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JOHN H. HOLLIDAY, Pres. 
ADDISON C. HARRIS, Vice-Pres. 
HENRY EITEL, 2d VIce-Pres. anclTrea.s. 
H. C. O. BALS, Sec'y. 



UNION TRU5T CO. 



CAPITAL, $600,000. 



SURPLUS, $60,000. 



^?\ 68 East Market Street. 

Authorized by law to receive and exet^ute trusts of every character, from Courts, Corporations 
and Individuals. Lends TAoney on Mortgages. Acts as Bnnd.<?Tnan in prabate business. 
Buys and Sells Securities. Interest ppjd on time deposits. 

Indiana Trust Co. 

CAPITAL, ^/, 000,000. OO- 

Offices, Indiana J rust ^Ug., Washington Street and Virginia Ave. 

UnjlBitalcBs TrustBBsniDs in EvBry Form 



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Y DEPOSIT VAULTS. 



Indianapolis Bosiness University 

ONLY COMMERCIAL SCHOOL EVER MADE PERMANENT AND RELKBLE HERE. 

I BRYANT & STRATTON, ^'"f^^t'" When Building, ?«"fAeir* 

BUSINESS WORLD SUPPUBD WITH H/FLP, 

OVER 10,0 0^ SPJ OFMS IN GQOP Sm J ATIO^S . 

Elevaor for Day and Nighi Sclso'-. 

TELEPHONE 49*»J! 
Call for Particulars. Se? Page 4. 



Klectrfc Fan? for Summer School. 

E. J. HEI 8, President. 



INDIflNfl JCREEN FACTORY 

W.'i^^COTT & SONS. 




SCOTT S SUPERIOR SLIDING- 



Window Screens and 
Screen Doors 



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STORE FIXTURES, BANK AND OFFICE FURNITURE. 
Telephone 1128. Centraf Ave. Near New 22d (Old 14th ) St 






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1897 3AAF, President. Frkd. Schmid. Secretary 

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INDIANAPOLIS 

ttENEAUOGY CQULECTION 

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Directors. 



FRED. DIEKMANN. 
CHARLES LAUER. 
CHRIST KARLE. 
HERMAN F. SPRANDEL. 
FRED. PRANQE. 



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Manufacturers of Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Mouldings, etc.. 

Flooring, Oiling, Rough and Dressed Pine, Poplar and Ash Lumber, Flooring 

Worked, Lumber Sawed and Dressed to Order. ALso Dealers in 



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



Tdcplionc 590 



Estimates Furnished. 



FACTORY AND OFFICE, 38. 40 AN D 42 
SOUTH NEW JERSEY STREET. 



INDIANAPOLIS. IND. 



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INTERIOR VIEW. INDIANAPOLIS BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, WHEN BUILDING. 

Showiniir HkyliRhf f.iix 14:i f<-<'t), court, lialcoiiios, bridRos, romodeled at an expoiiso of tens of thous- 
ands of dollars, mnkiiiK for tlin Uriivoriiity tlie flnost quai-terw of any Business School in the land. 

BUSINESS WORLD SUPPLIED WITH HELP 

Onr (craduates in demand. fJviir 10,(J<X) now in the host situations. Hundreds of the most prom- 
inent citiz^^DM (fraduuted here. Our course of training;; oi)ens the broadest avenue to immediate 
and jiennanent prosperity. Call for jxirsonal interview with 



ELEVATOR FOR DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL. 



E. J. HEEB, President. 



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ABEL & DOYLE 



Henry Abel. 
Frank J. Dotle. 




AGENTS FOR_ 



The Celebrated Peninsular 
Furnace 



AND MANUFACTURERS 
. OF . 



TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK 

Prompt attention Given to Job Work, Spouting and Guttering, Tin, 
Iron and Slate Roofi,ng, Hotel and Restaurant Utensils, 
• Copper Draining Boards, Etc. 

31 INDIANA AVENUE.' INDIANAPOLIS. 



M. S. HUEY & SON 

551 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

WOOD MANTELS 

KINK INTTKRIOR WOOD WORK 
551 Massachusetts Avenue 

MANTELS, TILING, GRATES, ETC., RETAILED AT FACTORY. 



SEEDS 



BULBS, GARDEN TOOLS, POULTRY 
SUPPLIES, LAWN GRASS SEED 
AND FERTILIZERS. 
We Carry the Most Complete Stock in the City*. 

HUNTINGTON & PAGE, Seedsmen 

Successors to The Huntington Seed Co. 

78 EAST MARKET STREET 

Write for Our Annual Catalogue. TELEPHONE NO. 129 

ENGRAVER AND DIE SINKER. 

GEO. J. MAYER 




MANUFACTURER OF 



Seals ^ Stencils 



Rubber Stamps, Steel Stamps, Badges, Checks, Burning Brands, Door Plates, Door 
Numbers, Check Protectors, Numbering Machines, Etc. 

TELEPHONE 123. CATALOGUE FREE. 

15 South Meridian Street, Ground Floor, Indianapolis, Indiana. 



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^ ^AYIXG had TWENTY YEARS' suc- 
(^^l^^J cessful experience in securing Letters Patent, 

-JL ■ and having also a thorough knowl- 

^•■-^^ edge of Mechanics as vrell as Patent 
Law, .1 continue to oflfer my services to Inventors 
and Owners of Patent Property, confident of my 
ability to give entire satisfaction to those who 
desire the best protection available for their 
inventions. 

I not only procure Patents, Trade Marks, 
Design Patents, Copyrights, Labels, and 
all forms of Protection granted by the 
United States and other Governments 
on works of Invention and Author- 
ship, but I act as Counsel in liti- / ^»s/ 
gated cases, or where litigation is / ^<^ ^ 
expected or threatened. I also / C^ ^y 
make investigations, when a / '^ /v 
determination of the validity / '^v \^ 
or scope of any existing / ^S^ ^^ & /^ -^ 
Patent is desired, upon / /yS' "7^/ ' 
which to base a pur- / t' ^ I ^ 

chase of such Patent, />Q^ ^ /If/^/ / ^^^1 from other por- 
or a decision as to / A/ ^ ^ ^ L^ */ ^^^^^^fl^^iJa^a and other 

H^ ^ K^ i^-^ / States, north, west and 




whether the man- 
ufacture or sale of 
the invention 
described in it 
can be safely 
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taken. 




The 

leading In- 
ventors and 
Manufactur- 
ers of Indianap- 
olis and vicinity 
are now and have 
been for years regu- 



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/V> Ci p '^H ^^/ south. I have a reliable CO r- 
S^ V o'/^ ^9 *'/ respondent whose office is op 
CJ ^ o' ^^ i -^1 P°^^*^® *^® Patent Office, 



"Washington, D. C, thus giving 
unsurpassed facilities. This ar- 
rangement gives my clients in this 
portion of the country the advantage 
of personal consultations with their 
attorney, and, when necessary, personal 
attention at the Patent Office, in the prose- 
cution of their cases. 

I refer to the banks, express companies, 
mercantile agencies and leading manufacturers 
of Indianapolis. Inventors will find it to their 
interest to consult me. Promptness and effi- 
ciency guaranteed. Call or write for pamphlet. 
Charges always reasonable 




Wm. LangsenKamp 

-^ -*- C oppersmith 

MANITFACTUEER OF 

BREW, JACKET AND CANDY KEHLES, DYE 

CYLINDERS, COILS, SODA 

FOUNTAINS, ETC. 

Also Dealer in Sheet Copper and Brass, 
and Copper and Brass Tubingand Rods 

ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

Corner Georgia and Delaware Streets 
Telephone lai 



HENRY LAN3SENKAMP. 



WILLIAM LANGSENKAMP, Jr. 



LAN6SENKAMP BROS' BRASS WORKS 



TEL. 121. 



FOUNDERS 1!I2 
FINISHERS 



HEAVY AND LIGHT CASTINGS IN BRASS, ZINC, WHITE 
METAL, ALUMINUM, PHOSPHOR BRONZE, ETC. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIR WORK. 

SHEET BRASS, BRASS TUBES AND RODS. 

90-92 E. Georgia St., near Delaware, Indianapolis. 



BABY SUPPLY MANUFAGT'G GO. 

No. 1 represents our Outing Canopy Hammock being carried on 
a Safety Bicycle. Just the thing for Bicychsts. 

No. 2 represents ovir Outing Hammock with 
person taking a refreshing rest after hunting or 
^^ fishing. These Hammocks can be tilt to any de- 
gree or arranged as desired, and are large enough 
for two persons to sleep in. When closed they 
are proof against flies and mosquitoes. 

No. 2. 
No. 3. Outing Hammock, being used as a Swinging Settee. 

256 South East St., Indianapolis. TH0MA5 NESOM, Manager 





No. 3. 



JNO. M. LILLY, 

HnRDWOOD MRNTELS, 



Latest Designs. 



^(^^ Open Fireplaces, Andirons, Qas Logs, Tile Floors of Every 
f ^^k Description. Bathroom Work a Specialty. 
^.Designs and Estimates Furnished. 

SOLE KCENT TT^VLOR GT^S GR75TES 



78-60 nfl55flCHUSETT5 AYE. telephone 207. 

B. J. SCHLANZER, 

Contractor and Builder 

...PLANING MILL... 




682 ChariBs Street, - liidianapolis, Ind. 

WOOD TURNING DONE TO ORDER. TELEPHONE 864. 

Columbian 

Feather (Cleaning & Dyeing 

Establishment, 

14r Massachusetts Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Peathers nnd Tins '^''"' ""<■ "juried equa l to new. 

HRST CLASS WORK. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 

ALBERT miNTER, 

MANUFACTunen of and 

DEALER IN 

Tiglit BarrelStaves 

-^^'^ South End California St. 

Circled Heads, Square Heading and Cooperage. telephone ess. 




MOFFRT & CO., 

402 LEMCKE BUILDING. 

BROKERS IN 

Glass House Supplies 

Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Supplies, 
Tin Plate Manufacturers' Supplies, 

ARSENIC, SODA ASH, NITRATE OF SODA. 
TIFFIN WOOD-BURNED LIME, GROUND AND BOLTED, 
LAGOS PALM OIL, 

MOUNT SAVAGE FIRE BRICK, SILICA BRICK. 



Estimates rurnished on Application, 



Long Distance telephone 1218. 



$100 



CARRIED IN POCKET ONE YEAR EARNS O. 
A DEPOSITED IN BANK ONE YEAR EARNS $4. 
USED AS PER THE W. E. FOREST 



"FLUCTUATION SYSTEM" 

EARNS AN AVERAGE OF 5 PER CENT A WEEK 

" SAFE AND SURE " ; requires no time on your part. GET YOUR CASH EVERY 
SEVEN DAYS. " System " FREE. Call or send for it. We only ask your unpreju- 
diced investigation to convince you that our claims are true. The W. E. FOREST CO. 

THOS. S. S. KERR, Gen. Agent, 77>^ E. Market St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

McNAMARA, KOSTER & CO. 

Founiliu and Pattern Stiop 

ALL KINDS OF HEAVY AND LIGHT GRAY IRON CASTINGS. 

Particular Attention Given to Job Pattern Wortc. 

212 TO 218 SOUTH PENNSYLVANIA STREET, 

TELEPHONE 1593. INDIANAPOLIS. 



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Wrought Iron Bridge Company 

W. W. WINSLOW, General Agent. 
Office, Room I Hubbard Block, S. W. Corner Washington and Meridian Sts. 



TEL. 1190. 



INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



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Builders of Steel, Iron, Wood and Combination 



RAILROAD AND HIGHWAY BRIDGES. 

VIADUCTS, GIRDERS, ROOF TRUSSES, GENERAL STRUCTURAL WORK, 

TURNTABLES, IRON WHARFS, ETC. DYE FORGES, EYE 

BARS AND UPSET RODS A SPECIALTY. 

The Fred Dietz Co. 

3r0-406 MADISON AVENUE. 



MANUFACTURERS OF- 



WOODEN Packing Boxes, 






Pat. .Jt;r-Y 2K, l««. 



Send for Catalogue. 



Factory 
^ and 
Warehouse 
Trucks. 



Tel. 654. 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

INDIANAPOLIS 

CITY DIRECTORY 

Kor 1897. 

EMBEACING 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, WEST INDIAN- 
APOLIS, AND MAPLETON 

TO WHICH IS ADDED ^• 

A REVISED MAP OF THE CITY AND SUBURBS 
WITH STREET GUIDE 

ALSO 

A Complete Classified Business Directory 

Volume XLIII. 




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

CARLON & HOLLENBECK, PRINTERS AND BINDERS. 
1897. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the Year 1897, by R. L. Polk & Co., in the oflico of the 
' Librarian of Congress at \V!isliiiitrtoii, 1). ('. 




FORTY-THIRD VOLUME. 

1897. : , 

1358771 



INTRODUCTORY. 

The publishers take pleasure in presenting to their patrons the forty-third 
annual volume of The Indianapolis City Directory. They offer it with the as- 
surance that it will equal former editions in completeness and accuracy. 

The territory embraced this year is the same as in the past, including, in ad- 
dition to the city proper. West Indianapolis, Irvington, Brightwood, Haughville, 
Mount Jackson, Mapleton, Woodside, Clifton-on-the-River, Marion Park and Em- 
erichsville. 

POPULATION. 

This volume contains 65,320 names. By using a multiple of 2%, a population 
of 179,630 is shown for the territory above mentioned. This multiple is used to 
include males under twenty years of age and females following no employment or 
living at home with their parents, many of whom have been included in former 
editions but excluded from this. In fixing the population of the city and suburbs 
at 179,630 it is believed that a just and fair estimate is given, and one which is 
borne out by the poll at the recent election, which gave the city over 41,000 voters. 
This would indicate a population of over 165,000 for that portion of the territory 
included within the city limits and about 15,000-for the above-named suburbs. 

NEW STREET GUIDE. 

The street guide given in the present work is entirely new and includes all 
the alterations in the names of streets contained in the ordinances recently 
passed by the city council. In this guide we have shown under the name of the 
old street its new name, and in the case of two or more streets of the same name, 
the ward in which each is contained. And under the new name has been in- 
cluded the names of the old street or streets which comprise that street under 
the new ordinance. 

RENUMBERING OF HOUSES. 

The city council has now under consideration the renumbering of houses on 
the decimal system, 100 to the block of the usual length, a system which is in 
vogue in nearly all large cities, and one that for simplicity and convenience can 
not be excelled. The number would indicate the exact number of blocks distant 
from the base or dividing line of the city. 

CITY MAP. 

In the revised edition of the city map, also presented by the publishers with 
this volume, all street changes have been made to accord with the city ordinance 
and our street guide above mentioned. At the foot of the map is also contained 
a street guide locating on the map by letter and figure the names of all streets. 
In this guide, also, the same rule has been followed in regard to the names of the 
old and new streets that we followed in our street guide referred to above. 

Changes found in a city directory from year to year surely indicate the life 
and activity of its inhabitants, and the statistics which our columns from time to 
time present are bases on which to estimate the city's growth and prosperity. 
As the city increases in population demands for more commodious offices cen- 
trally located increase, and as real estate in the heart of the city becomes more 
valuable old buildings are torn down to make place for new ones more modern in 
style and more commodious in arrangement. Each of these buildings has its 
numerous tenants and the proportion who move yearly can only be appreciated 
by comparing one of our editions with its previous one. These changes make the 
Directory an absolute necessity in every store and business man's office. 

In conclusion the publishers desire to thank their patrons for continued sup- 
port, and the public generally for courtesy extended to their agents in collecting 
the required data. Neither effort nor expense have been spared to make the 
work accurate and reliable. 

R. L. POLK & CO. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Abbreviations 139 

Additions and Removals opp 139 

Asylums, Hospitals, Etc Ill 

Bands of Music 125 

Banks and Bankers 112 

Board of School Commissioners 108 

Builders' Exchange 112 

Building Associations 113 

Cemeteries 115 

Churches and Sunday Schools 115 

City Officials 107 

Classified Business Director^' 941 

Clubs 119 

County Officers Ill 

Courts 120 

Federal Officers 121 

Fire Department 109 

General Directory 139 

Indiana State Government 107 

Insurance 121 

Labor Organizations 121 

Libraries 122 



Medical and Dental Colleges and Soci- 
eties '. 122 

Military 123 

Miscellaneous Information 107 

Miscellaneous Societies and Organiza- 
tions 123 

Musical Societies 125 

Newspapei's 12C 

Police Department 110 

Post Office 127 

Public Buildings, Halls, Etc 128 

Public Parks 131 

Public Schools 132 

Railroads 131 

Schools 132 

Secret and Benevolent Organizations 133 

Street and Avenue Guide 73 

Street Railways 132 

Supreme Court 107 

Township Officers Ill 

Trust Companies 112 

Ward Boundaries IO4 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Abel & Doyle 5 

Abraham & Fein 1011 

Adams Joseph R 1029 

Adams J Q & Co 1003 

Aldag Paint and Varnish Co The 1030 

American Detective Agency 975 

American Toilet Supply Co 1066 

P.aby Supply Manufacturing Co 7, 944 and 999 

P.aike & Krauss Co right bottom lines 

P.arton W E & Co right bottom cor cards 

Pates Charles Edgar 942 

Bauer H C E^ngraving Co opp 98^ 

Btjcker & Son right top linos 

Bell Thompson R 1031 

Benedict Geo H & Co 987 

Bird Frank TrarHfer Co.... 192. 1028 and 1067 

Block Wm H Co The 

right top and bottom lines 

Booth Benjamin left top llnoH 

Bowley George J 1072 

Boyd Alonzo 1043 

Bradford Chester 

left top cor cards, 6 and 1033 

Brinker & Ilabeney 955 

P.rubaker Samuel H 942 

Bruce Jamen P 945 

Burdsal A Co The right bottom cor cards 

Burford Wm B opp 230 



Burkhart Harvey A & Sons opp 232 

Butler College opp 235 

Byrd Joseph W opp 1018 

Capital City Steam Boiler and Sheet 

Iron Works 952 

Capital National Bank The 

backbone and left top cor cards 

Capital Rubber Stamp Works 

left bottom cor cards and 5 
("ai)ital Steam Carpet Cleaning Works 

Th(> right bottom lines and 962 

f^apitol Life Insurance Co of Indiana 

opp 243 

Carleton Thomas L 1044 

Carlon & Hollenbeck opp 244 

Cauldwell E H & Co 960 

Central Law Union The 96S 

Central Rubber and Supply Co. left top lines 

Chandler Henry C 986 

ChlcaKo Bridge and Iron Co 970 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Ry...opp 130 

Club Stabl<^s The 1017 

Collln.s Albert H left top lines 

Columbian Feather Cleaning and Dyeing 

Establishment 8 

Cooper & Wood 1015 

Cryan John 985 

Cycler Printing Co opp 1026 

Daggett R P & Co 942 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



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Dalton & Merrifield left top lines 

Dark Stephen C 942 

Dari-ow Ben L right side lines 

Day Thos C & Co right top cor cards 

T>ea,n Bros Steam Pump Works 3 

Dean E S Co The 957 

Dearinger Edward A 1031 

Diamond Wall Plaster Co 

right and left top lines and opp 941 

Diener August front edge and opp 1024 

Dietz Fred Co The right side lines and 10 

Dold Arnold F 1065 

East Stephen H right bottom cor cards 

Edwards D W 

right top lines, left top cor cards and opp 

334 
Edwardsport Coal and Mining Company 

left side lines and 967 

Ellis & Helfenberger riglit bottom lines 

Ensey Orvis B left bottom cor cards 

Ensign The opp 1026 

Enterprise Foundry and Fence Co 

right bottom lines 
Enterprise Odorless "Vault and Sink 

Cleaning Co 1069 

Ertel Steurn Laundry riglit side lines 

Estey-Camp Music House 1041 

Evans Ada P Mme 999 

Farrell J S & Co left bottom cor cards 

Fatout Harvey B 966 

Fay Henry H right top cor cards 

Fertig & Kevers 1029 

Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Co of 

Philadelphia left top lines 

Fidelity and Deposit Co of Maryland 

left top lines 

Fitzgerald & Delp 1035 

Foltz Herbert W 942 

Forest W E "Fluctuation System" 9 

Foster Lumber Co 1042 

Friedgen Cornelius left top lines 

Gardner Joseph left top cor cards 

Globe Accident Insurance Co back cover 

Grand Opera House Livery Stables 1017 

Greiner Louis A 1069 

Guarantee Roofing Co 1051 

Hadley Horace M left top cor cards 

Harmon Matthew H 948 

Hastings Samuel A 943 

Haughville Mineral Well and Bath 

House 948 

Haueisen & Hartmann 

right bottom cor cards 

Hay & Willits Manufacturing Co 

left bottom cor cards 

Heeb Emmett J 

front cover, right bottom lines and 4 

Herrington Frank L opp 450 

Hitz Baking Co The.. right bottom cor cards 

Hoffman C D & Co 985 

Hogan Transfer and Storage Co Tlie.. 

left top lines and 1067 

Home Laundry Tlie right side lines 

Hood H P & Son 1032 

Houghton Band and Orchestra 946 

Huey M S & Son 5 

Huntington & Page 5 

Hussey & Baker 1044 

Indiana Boston School of Elocution 138 

Indiana Electrotype Co left side lines 

Indiana Graphophone Co 1064 



Indiana Illustrating Co opp 986 

Indiana Screen Factory front cover 

Indiana Trust Co ; 

front cover and opp 487 and 1004 

Indiana Veterinary College 1089 

Indiana Woman The opp 987 

Indianapolis Bolt and Machine Works.. 985 
Indianapolis Bureau of Inquiry and In- 
vestigation 974 

Indianapolis Business University 

front cover, right bottom lines and 4 
Indianapolis Collecting and Reporting 

Agency opp 488 

Indianapolis District Telegraph Co The. 984 
Indianapolis Elevator and Machine Shop 985 

Indianapolis Infirmary 1063 

Indianapolis Manufacturers' and Car- 
penters' Union 2 

Indianaoolis Medical and Surgical In- 
stitute 1063 

Indianapolis Paint and Color Co 1030 

Indianapolis Pulley Mnfg Co 1047 

Indianapolis Steel Roofing and Corru- 
gating Works right side lines 

Indianaoolis Storage and Transfer Co.. 

back cover 

Indianapolis Veterinary Surgery 1069 

Iron Mountain Route opp 130 

Isensee Albert T 1016 and 1054 

Jacob & Co 1024, 1034 and opp 1034 

Jacobs Frank F 1002 

Jockey Club Shoeing Shop 1002 

Jones Horace B 1022 

Kennedy & Connaughton 952 

Kerr Thomas S S 9 

Kershner Bros left side lines and opp 1050 

Killinger George W 1055 

Kinklin Richard 972 

Kirkhoff Bros left top cor cards and 1045 

Kotteman Wm right top hnes 

Krauss . Charles right top lines 

Krumholz Lambert 1069 

Laing Samuel left side lines 

Lake Erie & Western Railroad 

opp inside back cover and opp 547 

Lambert Gas and Gasoline Co 

right top lines 

Lamson Consolidated Store Service Co.. 963 

Langsenkamp Bros' Brass Works 7 

Langsenkamp Wm 7 

Lawvers' Loan and Trust Co 

top edge and opp 5-55 

Lesley Daniel 956 

Levey Bros & Co opp 561 

Lieber H Co The right top cor cards 

Lilly John M 8 

Lockwood Virgil H 1032 

Long Steel and Iron Roofing Co 1051 

Lueders Misses 1060 

McGilliard Agency Co The 

backbone and opp 58S 

McKernan David S right bottom lineii 

McNamara, Koster & Co 

right top lines and 9 

McWorkman Willard left top cor cards 

Mack's Carpet and Rug Factory 962 

Major John L 1069 

Marion Trust Co back cover 

Massey M E 957 

Mayer Charles & Co opp 615 

Mayer George J 



left bottom cor cards and 5 



INDKX TO ADVKUTISEKS. 



Mayhew James X — rigrhi bottom cor cards 

Meck's Transfer Co lOtlT 

Medical and Surgical Register of the 
U S opp 131 

Meikel Charles W right bottom linos 

Merchants' and Manutacturei-s" Kx- 

chiinge left bottom cor cards 

Meridian Life and Trnst Company.. opp 620 

Meridian Livery and Boarding Stable lOl.'i 

Messenger W Horndon left bottom linos 

Metropolitan Cycle Co 9-lit 

Metzger A Agency left bottom lines 

Michie AlN^rt 970 

Michigan! Lumber Co 

emlHissed line back cover and oi>p lOlS 

Miller Oil Co 1028 

Miner Wm L opp 1034 

Minter Albert F S 

Missouri Pacitic Ry opj) 130 

Moffat <S- Co Jt 

Moore W Scott & Son 943 

Munter Kevi 1054 

National Malleable Castings Co 65S 

Xealy H D 1034 

Xelson Thomas H 1049 

Xesom Thomas 7, 944 and 999 

Xessler Frank & Co right top cor cards 

Xick the Tailor 1005 

Xoel Sylvester D right side lines 

Xordyke & Marmon Co inside back cover 

Xorth Side Laundry 1011 

Xuerge & Reinking 961 

Otto Gas Engine Works The 

left bottom lines 

Owen Bros & Co right top cor cards 

Palmer Thomas W 976 

Panden Bros' Orchestra 945 

Pangborn George AV left top lines 

Paramore Heber S 1034 

Parkhursi Bros & Co 985 

Parrott-Taggart Bakery of the U S 

Baking Co bottom edge 

Pleschner Charles 1000 

Plunkett Melanchthon D 

right bottom lines and 962 

Polk R L & Co back flyleaf 

Preaskr Guido R right bottom cor cards 

Provid<nt Life and Trust Co of Phila- 
delphia The 

right top lines, left top cor cards and 

opp 334 

Prunk Harriet Augusta Mrs 1.38 

Reeves Harry E embossed line front 

cover and 1035 

Review Publishing Co 975 

Richardson & McCrea right top cor cards 

Roch Tobla-s sS 

Rosebrock C Henry ba<k cover 

Roth & Young 1017 

fiunnelH Dr O S Sanatorium.... 1038 and 1039 

Saak Frank 989 

SallHbnry & Stanley right side lines 

Sanborn Electric Co 982 

Sanitary ftdorless Co 1069 

Hawyf-r Frank K left side lines 

Scharn & Rubush 943 

Schlanzer Benedict J 8 



Schmedel Hiram 95S 

Scott W A & Sons front cover 

Shaw Decorating Co 1070 

Sherman Restaurant 

left side lines and opp 1050 

Sloan & Matkins 1060 

Smith Collins H 976 

Smith Frank H opp 803 

Smith Harold V & Co 982 

Smith Thpodore \V 964 

Smithor Henry C 1053 

Smithor Theodore F right side lines 

Snow-Church Co The 968 

Spahr John H 1017 

Sptar &; Cq 1064 

Specialty Manufacturing Co 

1024, 1035 and opp 1036 

Staples Wm A 943 

Sullivan & Mahan left bottom lines 

Swift Elias B left bottom lines 

Taisey Fred R 963 

Takken Jacob E left bottom cor cards 

Teckenbrock J H 

right bottom lines and 1030 

Thurtle John G & Co 943 

Toledo Bridge Co The 956 

Traylor Marion H 943 

Tutewiler Henry W left bottom lines 

Tuttle & Seguin left bottom cor cards 

Twentieth Century Rug Co The opp 1054 

Union Co-Operative Laundry.. left side lines 

Union Transfer and Storage Co 

left side lines 

Union Trust Co The 

front cover and opp 867 and 1006 
United States Baking Co Parrott-Tag- 
gart Bakery bottom edge 

University of Indianapolis opp 235 

Vansyckle Advertising Co The 941 

Varney & McOuat 983 

Vonnegut Clemens left bottom lines 

Wachs Wm 1072 

Walk Julius & Son left bottom cor cards 

Wallace John left bottom lines 

Wasson W G Co The 

left bottom cor cards and 958 and 964 

Webb-Jamoson Co The 1004 

Webster Harry C 975 

Wenoll John A 1000 

West Disinfecting Co 976 

Wheelmen's Co right side lines 

Wheelmen's Gazette right side lines 

When Clothing Store — right top cor cards 

Wiegel Wm ...right side lines and 1059 

Williams Typewriter 

right bottom cor cards 

Wlnslow Wm W 10 

Winter Charles R 1044 

Winterrowd Thomas A 943 

Winters Archlas !•} opp 1026 

Wolf George 1049 

Wolf H S & Co 963 

Wood Ornament Co The 992 

Wood-Weaver Printing Co 1046 

Wfirthington Henry R left top lines 

Wrought Iron Bridge Co 10 

Zimmerman C & Sons left bottom lines 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Indianapolis City Directory. 



1897. 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



For List of Abbreviations see page 139. 



Abattoir — 

(W I), from White 
river w to Dover, 
first s of Morris 

Abbott— 

From 320 S Mis- 
souri w to West 

Abigail — 

From Naomi s to 
Oscar, first e of 
Shelby 

25 Beeclier 

50 Van Buren 

Adair— 

(B), from C C C & 
St L Ry n, first e of 
Bartholomew- 
Adams — 

From Thirtieth n 
to Howland, second 
e of Ralston av 

50 English 

Adaiits — 

(B), from Warren 
n, first e of Houston 

Addison — 

(4th Ward), see 
Twenty eighth 

Addison — 

(W I), from Wash- 
ington s, first w of 
Laura 

Jackson 

Adelaide — 

(Old Choptank al). 
from Walnut n to St 
Clair 

Adler— 

From Meridian e 
to Union, first n of 
Raymond 

Agnes — 

From 500 W New 
York n to Elizabeth 
03 Vermont 
112 Michigan 
IGS North 

Alabajna, A^ — 

From 1.52 E Wash- 
ington n to Thir- 
tieth, third e of Me- 
ridian 



100 
125 
1.50 
200 
256 
300 
352 



470 

500 

520 

574 

050 

715 

800 

900 

960 

1000 

1100 

1160 

1200 

1300 



Court 

Market 

Wabash 

Ohio 

Miami 

New York 

Vermont 

Michigan 

North 

Walnut 

St Clair 

Ft Wayne av 

Pratt 

St Joseph 

Tenth 

Eleventh 

Thirteenth 

Fifteenth 

Sixteenth 

Seventeenth 

Nineteenth 

Twenty first 

Twenty second 

Twenty third 

Twenty fourth 

Twenty fifth 

Twenty eighth 



Alabama, S — 

From 149 E Wash- 
ington s to Wyom- 
ing 

25 Pearl 

50 Maryland 

Virginia av 
100 Georgia 
150 Louisiana 
195 South 
225 Bane 
250 Garden 
296 Merrill 
360 Norwood 
McCarty 

Alb eniar le — 

See Hamilton av 

Albert— 

From 1)75 W Ver- 
mont n to North 
Michigan 

Aldricli — 

From Cannon e to 
Freeland, third s of 
English av 

Payne 

Crawford 

Canby 

Dupont 

Golay 

Alexander av — 



From Sherman 
Drive e to National 

av 
Southeastern av 

Alleg-lieny, E — 

From Meridian e 
to Delaware. bet 
Vermont and Michi- 
gan. 

Pennsylvania 

Alleglieny, W — 

From Meridian w 
to Senate av, bet 
Vermont and Michi- 
gan 

.50 Illinois 

100 Capitol av 

Allen— 

From Laurel sec- 
ond n of English av, 
w to Leota. 

All free — 

From W Twenty 
first n to Marlette 
Drive, second e of 
Northwestern av 

Alvord — 

From Malott av n 
to Twenty first, first 
e of Cornell av 
50 Thirteenth 

100 Fifteenth 

200 Sixteenth 

2o0 Seventeenth 

300 Nineteenth 

350 Twentieth 

409 Twenty first 

Amanda^ 

(B). from Morris e 
to Shade, first n of 
Twenty fifth 

Ella 

Anflerson- 

(1st Ward), see 
Twenty first 

Anderson — 

(3d Ward), from C 
C C & St L Ry w to 
Howard, first n of 
Fourteenth 

Andre-»vs — 

From Twenty sec- 
ond n to Twenty 



fifth, first w of Il- 
linois 
Twenty third 
Twenty fourth 

Annette — 

(N I), from Twen- 
ty fourth n to Thir- 
ty first, second w of 
Northwestern av 

Chicago 

Twenty fifth 

Twenty sixth 

Roache av 

Twenty seventh 

Twenty eighth 

Udell 

Twenty ninth 

Eugene 

Thirtieth 

Apple Tree Lane— 

From Hollis n to 
Stoughton av, first e 
of Sterling 

Appleg'ate — 

From low.a s to 
Raymond, third e of 
East 

50 Beecher 

100 Sanford 

Aqueduct- 

From Fall creek n. 
first w of the canal 

Arbor av — 

(W I), from Oliver 
av s to Woodburn av 
Cottage av 

AreU— • 

From Park av e to 
College av, first n of 
St Clair 

40 Broadway 

Arclier — 

See Highland av 

Arden — 

(B), from Shade e 
to Brightwood av, 
first n of Warren 

Lawn 

Depot 

Poplai- 

Arizona, E — 

From 679 S Merid- 
ian e to Chestnut 
Union 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



Aricona. AV— 

From 67S S Merid- 
ian w to Dakota 
50 Capitol av 
100 Carlos 
150 M"est 

Arlington nv — 

(14th Ward), see 
Van Buren 

Arlington av— 

From Thirtieth n 
to Howland. third e 
of L E & W R R 
50 Fleet 

100 Heath 

Armonr— 

From N Senate av 
w, second s of 
Twentv first 

50 Highland pi 

Armstrong:— 

(N I), see Thirtieth 

Arro'w a.v — 

(Old Clarke), from 
Hillside av n e to 
Valley av, first n of 
T^udlow av 

Nevada 

.4jsenal a.v, >' — 

From 752 B Wash- 
ington n to Michigan 
50 Market 
100 Ohio 
150 New York 
200 Vermont 
250 Sturm av 

Arsenal a,v, S — 

From 755 E W^ash- 
ington s to South- 
eastern av 

50 Williams 

Arthuir — 

From Cottage av s 
to Cypress, third e 
of Shelby 

Asbnry— 

From Cottage av s 
to Cypress, first e of 
State av 

Anh— 

From 309 Mass av 
n to city limits 

50 Pratt 

72 Tenth 
100 Eleventh 
200 Thirteenth 
23fi Fourteenth 
250 Fiftf enth 
.Wj Sixteenth 
350 Seventeenth 
4(X) Nineteenth 
480 Twentieth 
510 Twenty first 
550 Twenty second 
600 Twenty third 
«>5f) Twenty fourth 
700 Twenty fifth 
750 Twenty sixth 
800 Twenty seventh 

AMhland — 

(W I), from O'lver 
av n, third w of 
I trover 

Antnr— 

From Minkner e ^o 
Wilmot 



I At lion — 

j From Rhode Is- 
land n to Indiana 
i av, first w of Blake 

I 

I Atkinson— 

From Washington 
I n to Michigan, third 
] e of Sherman Drive 
I Ohio 

Atlantic— 

(S 1). from S Park 
av e to Aurora, first 
s of National av 

Girard av 

Penn av 

Atlas— 

(1st Ward), from 
Nowland av to C C 
C & St L Ry, see 
Steele 

Atlas — 

(1st Ward), from 
Nineteenth n to 
Belt R R, first e of 
Sheldon 

50 Twentieth 

74 Pike 
100 Twenty first 

Atlas— 

(S I), from Nation- 
al av s to State av 
Atlantic 
Pacific 

At-tvood — 

From Sanders n to 
Morris, first w of 
Shelby 

Auburn— 

From C, H & D 
R R s to city limits, 
fourth e of S State 
av 

50 Graydon 
100 Southeastern av 
150 English av 
200 Lester 
250 Woodlawn av 
300 Prospect 
Stanton 
Cypress 

Aurora av— 

(S I), from cor Na- 
tional av and Shelby 
s to State av 

Atlantic 

Pacific 

Austin- 
See Thirteenth 

Austin — 

(B), from C C C & 
St L. Ry n, first e 
of Waverly 

Glen Drive 

Auvergnc av^ 

(I), from Fletcher 
av s to Huron av, 
first e of Wor- 
cester 

Avon^ 

(S), from McPher- 
Hon n e to Stanton 
av 

Avondnio— ■ 

n^.rofiklyn H'ts), 
from Turner ;iv w to 
Fremont av 

LeGrand 

Cooper av 



Ayres— • 

(I), from Michigan 
and Star av e, first 
s of Long 

Kingbridge 

Temperance 

Hawkins 

Sugar 

Bacon- 

From Shelby w to 
Dexter 

Bailey— 

From Thirty fourth 
n to Thirty eighth, 
first w of Illinois 

Thirty fifth 

Thirty sixth 

Thirty seventh 

Balrd— 

(B), from C C C & 
St L Ry n, first e 
of Espy 

Baiter- 

(C R), from Cres- 
cent w to Flora, first 
n of Grand av 

Baltimore av — 

From Twenty third 
n to Howland, 
fourth e of Ralston 
av 

50 Twenty fourth 
100 Twenty fifth 
150 Twenty seventh 
200 Twenty eighth 
250 Twenty ninth 
300 Thirtieth 
400 English 

Bane— i 

From Delaware e 
to New Jersey, first 
s of South 

50 Alabama 

Barnes a-v^ 

(Old Emma, N I), 
from Twenty sev- 
enth n to Thirty 
first, first w of Clif- 
ton 

Twenty eighth 

Udell 

Twenty ninth 

Eugene 

Thirtieth 

Barnliill— 

From North n to 
Coe, seventh w of 
Blake 

50 Elizabeth 

Barrows- 
See Columbia av 

Barth av — 

From Sanders s to 
citv limits, first w 
of Shelby 

Orange 

Cottage av 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Naomi 

Beecher 

San ford 

Ii:irtliol<(iiin\v— 

(I'.), from •' r; C & 
St L Ity n, first e of 
Hare 



Bates — 

B'rom S Liberty to 
State av, bet Geor- 
gia and I^ouisiana 
Noble 
25 Concordia 
.50 Benton 
100 Pine 
200 Shelby 
28S Leota 
320 Oriental 
Quincy 
Warren 
Detroit 
Summit 

Bates alley — 

See Bates 

Baxter av— 

(N I), from Twen- 
ty second s, second 
w of Pall creek 

Bayard— 

(Old Detroit), from 
Madison av e to 
Garfield Park, sec- 
ond s of Raymond 

Bea>con — 

From Bloomington 
w to Miley av, third 
n of Washington 

Decatur 

Wilmot 

Minkner 

Richland 

Beaty — 

(Old Water), from 
90 Stevens s to Bu- 
chanan, first w of 
Virginia av 

50 McCarty 

Bedford av— 

See Sutherland av 

Beeeli — 

From Hillside av s 
e to Ingram, thence 
n e to Lawrence, 
first n of Eighth 

Ingram 

Valley Drive 

Gertrude av 

Langley av 

Beech— 

(B), from Bright- 
wood av e, first n 
of C C C & St L Ry 

Beeclier — 

From J M & I R 
R e to State a.v, first 
n of Belt R R 
East 
50 Singleton 

100 Gray 

150 Applegate 

200 New 

250 Napoleon 

300 Ringgold av 

350 I'.arth av 

4(i() Shelby 

450 Laurel 

500 Spruce 

.550 Draper 

COO St Elmo 

Boecliwood av— 

(I), from Grand av 
s e, first s of Oak 
av 

Bell— 

From Michigan n 
to St Clair, bet 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



Highland 
Oriental 
50 North 



and 



Belle- 
See Twenty eighth 

Belief on taine — 

From 370 Mass av 
n to city limits 
50 Tenth 
100 Eleventh 
200 Thirteenth 
250 Fourteenth 
300 Fifteenth 
350 Sixteenth 
400 Seventeenth 
500 Nineteenth 
550 Twentieth 
600 Twenty first 
650 Twenty second 
700 Twenty third 
750 Twenty fourth 
800 Twenty fifth 
850 Twenty sixth 
900 Twenty seventh 

Bellis — 

From Darwin n, 
first e of Hillside av 

Beluiont av, N— 

From W Washing- 
ton n to Michigan, 
at city lim.its west 

Belmont av, S — 

From W Wash- 
ington s to Mary- 
land 

Belmont av — 

(H), from White 
river s to city limits, 
first w of Sheffield 

Belmont av — 

(W I) from Mary- 
land s to Johnson. 

Belt— 

(W I), from Nor- 
dyke av s e, first w 
of York 

Lynn av 

Benliam av— 

From Wagner av 
s to Ainsworth, first 
w of University av 

Benton— 

From 401 E Wash- 
ington s to Harrison 

56 Maryland 

70 Meek 

99 Georgia 
125 Bates 
150 Louisiana 
175 Lord 

BentTvood — 

(B), from C C C & 
St L Ry n, first e of 
Morris 

Berlin av — 

From Fall creek n 
to Thirtieth, second 
w of Senate av 
Twenty third 
Twenty fourth 
Twenty fifth 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 

Berlin — 

(H), from Craw- 
fordsville Pike n, 
first w of Lafayette 

6 



Bertha — 

(W I), from Har- 
ris av w to Lincoln 
av, first s of Jackson 

Bethel av— 

From Auburn av 
and Cypress s e 
Calvin 
Luther 
Zwingley 

Beville av, X— 

From Washington 
n to Michigan, first 
e of Jefferson av 

Beville av, S— 

From Washington 
s, first e of Jefferson 
av 

Bicking- — 

From 408 S Dela- 
ware e to East, sec- 
ond s of McCarty 
38 Davis 

74 High 

100 New Jersey 

Bid die— 

From Pine e to C 
C C & St L Ry, first 
n of North 

Bircli av— • 

(W I), from Oliver 
av s w to Marion av, 
first w of Drover 

50 Cottage av 

Bird— 

From Ohio n to 
Vermont, bet Illinois 
an Meridian 

50 New York 

Birlcenmeyer— 

See Downey 

Bismareli— 

From 439 Virginia 
av w to Wright 

Bismai'ck av— 

(H), crossing Mich- 
igan n and s, first 
w of Sheffield av 

Bismarclc — 

(W I), crossing 
Morris n and s, first 
w of Sheffield av 

Black- 

(I), from Star av 
e to Temperance, 
third s of Engish av 

Kingbridge 

Blackford, N— 

From 346 W Wash- 
ington n to Indiana 
av 

25 Court 
50 Market 

100 Ohio 

150 New York 

206 Vermont 

260 Michigan 

308 North 

Blackford. S— 

(Old Helen), from 
349 W Washington s 
to Georgia 

25 Pearl 

50 Maryland 

75 Chesapeake 



Blaekmox-e — 

See Twenty third 

Blake— 

From 438 W Wash- 
ington n to Pratt 
50 Market 
100 Ohio 
152 New York 
206 Vermont 
252 Michigan 
310 North 
378 E.izabeth 
408 Rhode Island 
Indiana av 

Bloomington — 

From Washington 
n to White river, 
first w of Greely 

Market 

Beacon 

Blonnt av — 

(I), from Washing- 
ton av n, first e of 
National av 

Bloyd av — 

From ccr Hillside 
and Manlove avs to 
Rural, thence n e to 
Shade, first n of 
Lawrence 

Greenbrier lane 

Cooper 

Paw Paw 

Catharine 

Line 

Hazel 

Bodley 

Fountain 

Cushing 

Rural 

Bloyd av — 

(B), from School n 
e to Bartholoinew, 
first s of Willow 

James 

Harriet 

Morris 

Waverly 

Austin 

Stuart 

Bluff av— 

From S Meridian 
s w to city limits, 
first s of Grand av 

Bodley— 

From Bloyd av n 
to Fountain, third w 
of Rural 

Boland^ 

(N I), from Twen- 
ty fourth n to cor 
North western av 
and Twenty eighth, 
first e of Annette 

Chicago 

Twenty fifth 

Twenty sixth 

Roache av 

Twenty seventh 

Bond — 

. (N I), from Collett 
av n, first w of 
Franklin 
Hibberd 

Boone^ 

From Shelby e to 
State av, bet Pros- 
pect and Woodlawn 
av 



Boston — 

From Penn e, first 
n of Twenty first 
Talbott av 
Delaware 

BosTvell — 

From Twenty 
eig'hth n e to Belle- 
fontaine 

BOTT — 

From Larch e to 
Orchard av, first s 
of Coyner 

Boyd av— 

From Raymond s,, 
second e of Shelby 
Winchester 
Bryan 
Wade 
Bradbury 
Finley av 

Bradbury — 

From 744 Shelby e 
to State av 
Boyd av 

Bradley— 

From E Washing- 
ton n to Michigan, 
first e of Sherman 
Drive 

100 Ohio 

BradsikaTT — 

From 531 Virginia 
av w to Wright 
74 Holmes 

Brandt— 

From Shelby e to 
Churchman av, first 
s of Cameron 

Tindall 

Dietz 

Knox 

Brett— 

From cor Indi- 
ana av and Rem- 
brandt e to Fall 
oreek, see F o u r- 
teenth 

Brett— 

From N West w 
to Brooks, first n of 
Drake, see Thir- 
teenth 

Bridg-e— 

(W I), from Morris 
s, first w of Drover 
Nordyke av 
Lynn av 

Brig-lit— 

From Ohio n to 
Indiana av, third w 
of West 
150 New York 
208 Vermont 
266 Michigan 
North 
Center 
Elizabeth 

Brighton Boule- 
vard— 

(Old Floral av), 
from Holton pi n to 
Fall creek, first w 
of canal 

Bright-wood av — 

From Tenth n, 
first e of Ewing 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



BrljjhtTv-otMl av — 

(B), from Warren 
n, first e of Poplar 
Allien 
Brink man 
Willow 
Schofield 

Brinkninn — 

See Twenty fifth 

Broadv»-ay— 

From St Clair n { 
to Thirtieth, second | 
f of East 

25 Arch ■ 

•M Pratt 
110 Tenth I 
14S Eleventh 
1S4 Twelfth ; 

232 Thirteenth | 

2S2 Fifteenth I 

41)0 Sixteenth ' 

450 Seventeenth 
r><M.i Nineteenth 
:i50 Twentieth 
690 Twenty tirst 
750 T\senty second 
SOO Ti^enty third 
850 Twenty fourth 
900 Twenty fifth 

Sutherland av 

Brown 

Twenty eighth 

Twenty ninth 

Brook — 

(I>. from Washing- 
ton s to P C C & St 
L Ry. first e of Na- 
tional av 

Church 

BrooUer — 

(Old Brooker's al). 
from Thirteenth n 
to Sixteenth. bet 
Senate and Capitol 

JlVS 

no Fourteenth 
so Fifteenth 

Brooker's alley- 
See Brooker 

Brookland av — 

From Tenth n, first 
e of Rural 
Progress av 
Pope av 

Brookn — 

From cor Pratt 
and Tenth, n to Mc- 
lnt>Te 

Torbet 

Eleventh 

Darnell 

Thirteenth 

Brook Hide av— 

From cor High- 
land av and Tenth 
n e to Parker av 
TA Omer 

12C Stoughton av 
174 I^amUnh 
232 Newman 
300 Commerce 

Steele 

Centennial 

Samoa 

Jupiter 

Crown 

Lilly 

Valley av 

Ilur;il 

BrookMlde av, S — 

See Nowland av 



Brookville Road — 

From E Washing- 
ton s e to National 



av 



Thurman 
Sherman Drive 
Thomas 
Worcester 
Twenty second 

Broiise av — 

From Twenty lifth 
n to city limits, sev- 
enth e of Ralston av 

Twenty seventh 

Twenty eighth 

Twenty ninth 

BroT\n — 

From Broadway e 
to L E \: W R R. 
first n of Sutherland 
a^■ 

College av 

Sheridan 

Custer 

Alger 

Brown — 

(I), from Star av 
e. first s of Pure 
Kingbridge 
Temperance 

Bro^vn av— 

(ir.th Ward), see 
Bluft av 

BroT»-i> av — 

From W Twenty 
eighth n to Thirty 
second, first w of 
Indianapolis av 

Twentv ninth 

Thirtieth 

Thirty first 

Bruce- 
See Twenty third 

Brnsli — 

(Old Noble. 5th 
Ward), from Wash- 
ington n to White 
river 

Market 

Bryan — 

I From Shelby e to 
I State av. sixth s of 

Belt R R 
I Boyd av 
I Mattie av 

{ Bnclinnan— 
. I'-rom 508 S East e 
to Virginia av, first 
I s of McCarty 
I 36 Greer 
87 Beaty 

1.^5 Wrig-ht - 

j 175 Holmes * 

213 McKernan 

I Bnckeye — 

rN 1), from Thir- 
tieth n to Thirty 
first, fir.st e of canal 

! Badd— 

I From Ohio to Ver- 
mont, bet Alabama 
I and New Jersey 

30 Miami 

5fj New York 

I Barford — 

I From White river 

s to Ream 
I .'/) Romalne 
IW Carle ton 



Bnrsress av — 

(1). from National 
av e, first s of C II 
& D R R 

Burton av — 

(N 1). from Twen- 
ty fifth n to Udell, 
first w of canal 

Twenty sixth 

Roach e av 

Twenty seventh 

Twenty eighth 

Butler- 
See Twelfth 

Butler av— 

(1). from Burgess 
av n to P C C & St 
L Ry. first e of But- 
ler University 

Byrani Place — 

From Fifteentli to 
Sixteenth, bet Il- 
linois and Capitol av 

Cal)le— 

From W New York 
s. third w of White 
river 

Cairo— 

(O 1 d Fountain), 
from Floral av w, 
first s of Panzy 

Caldwell— 

From Michigan n 
to Elizabeth, first e 
of W'hite river 

Cale— 

From Brightwood 
av e to Mineral, 
third n of Tenth 

Callionn — 

(Old Oscar), from 
Shelby e, first s of 
Arlington (14th 
Ward) 

California, A — 

From 302 W W^ash- 
ington n to Indiana 
av, thence n w to 
First 

25 Court 
50 Market 
75 Wabash 
356 New York 
196 Vermont 
260 Michigan 
300 North 
.340 Indiana av 
418 St Clair 
472 Pratt 

California, S— 

From 299 W Wash- 
ington s to Georgia 
25 Pearl 
50 Maryland 

Calvin— 

From Bethel av s 
to Plea.sant av, first 
e of Knox 

Refonners av 

Cameron — 

From Shelby e. 
first s of McDougal 

Camp — 

From W St Clair 
n to Eleventh, first 
w of California 



50 Pratt 
100 Tenth 
150 Torbet 

Campbell — 

(.Sth Ward), see E 
North 

Campbell— 

(I), from Walnut 
av n. first e of 
Pleasant 

Canal Tlie— 

From cor St Clair 
and Missouri n w to 
city limits 

Canal — 

From Thirteenth n 
w to Fourteneth, 
first e of canal 

Canby — 

From English av s 
to Prospect, first e 
of Crawford 

Lester 

Woodlawn av 

Aldrich 

Cannon — 

From English av s 
to Prospect, first e 
of Auburn av 

Ijoster 

Woodlawn av 

Aldrich 

Capitol — 

See Kane 

Capitol av, X— 

From 100 W Wash- 
ington n to ' Thirty 
eighth 

50 Market 
78 W^abash 
lOO Ohio 
125 Miami 
lr.0 New York. 
200 Vermont 
225 Allegheny 
2o0 Michigan 
300 North 
350 Walnut 
410 St Clair 
454 Pratt 
528 Tenth 
579 Eleventh 
651 Twelfth 
(;96 Thirteenth 
718 Fourteenth 
776 Fifteenth 
800 Sixteenth 
834 Seventeenth 
900 Eighteenth 
9(;(» Nini'teenth 
9N2 Twentieth 
1100 Twenty first 
1150 McLean pi 
1175 Twenty second 
1275 Twenty third 
1.325 Twenty fourth 
1.350 Twenty fifth 
1450 Twenty seventh 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 
Thirtieth 
Thirty second 
Thirty third 
Thirty fourth 
Thirty fifth 
Thirty sixth 
Thirty seventh 

Capitol av, S — 

(Utah), from 99 W 
Washington s to 
Minnesota 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



77 



25 Pearl 

48 Maryland 

75 Chesapeake 

100 Georgia 

125 Mobile 

150 Louisiana 

200 South 

250 Garden 

300 Merrill 

325 Norwood 

400 McCarty 

505 Ray 

563 Wilkins 

575 Morris 
Kansas 
Wisconsin 
Arizona 

Cajrleton^ 

From Daisy w to 
White river, third s 
of Raymond 

Tassie 

Burford 

Oscar 

Dett 

Carlos — 

From Ray s to 
city limits, second w 
of Capitol av 
26 Wilkins 
Morris 
Wisconsin 
Arizona 
Shelby 

Caroline av— 

From. Hillside av n 
to Thirtieth, first e 
of Baltimore av 
Twenty fourth 
Twenty fifth 
Twenty seventh 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 

Carson— 

From Meridian e 
to Madison av, first 
s of Iowa 

Carter — 

(8th Ward), see 
Vermont 

Carter — 

From Thirty fourth 
n to Thirtieth, first 
w of Capitol av 

Thirty fifth 

Thirty sixth 

Thirty seventh 

Carter — 

(I), from Lena n 
to Pan Handle R R, 
first w of Dale 

Catalpa av— 

See Thirty second 

Catharine — 

See Norwood 

Caven— 

(Old Nevada), from 
J M & I R R e to 
EsLst, first s of Iowa 
(14th Ward) 

Cedar^ 

From cor Harri- 
son and Shelby s w 
to Virg-inia av 

103 English av 

155 Fletcher av 

173 Huron 
•181 Elm 

200 Hosbrook 



Centennial — 

From Bee Line Ry 
s to Nowland av, 
first e of Steele 

Brookside av 

Coyner 

Centennial— 

(H), crossing Mich- 
igan n and s, first 
w of Highland av 

Center — 

Prom Bright w to 
Douglass, first n of 
North 

Central av — 

From terminus of 
Ft Wayne av n to 
Twenty eigRth 
34 Eleventh 
78 Twelfth 
174 Thirteenth 
237 Fifteenth 
350 Sixteenth 
400 Seventeenth 
450 Nineteenth 
500 Twentieth 
550 Twenty first 
600 Twenty second 
650 Twenty third 
700 Twenty fifth 
750 Sutherland 
800 Twenty eighth 
850 Twenty ninth 
900 Thirtieth 
950 Thirty fourth 
1000 Thirty eighth 

Central av — 

(I), crossing Wash- 
ington av n and s, 
first e of Johnson 
av 

Centre — 

(I), from Line e, 
first s of Fourth 

Chad wick; — 

From W McCarty 
s to Morris, first e 
of West 

Ray 

Wilkins 

Chambers — 

(I), from Ritter av 
e to Campbell, n of 
Elm av 

Chapel — 

From 26 E St Clair 
n to Tenth, first e of 
Meridian 

50 Pratt 

100 St Joseph 

Charles — 

From 23 E McCar- 
ty s to Palmer 
Ray 
Wilkins 
Morris 
Downey 
Lockwood 

Chase— 

(W I), from Oliver 
av n, first e of 
Judge Harding 

South 

Cherry- 
See Tenth 

Cherry av— 

(I), from Washing- 
ton av s and e, first 
e of Downey av 



Chesapeake, E — 

From 75 S Meridi- 
an e to Delaware 
50 Pennsylvania 

Chesapeake, W— 

From 76 S Meridi- 
an w to Helen 
50 Illinois 
100 Capitol av 

Kentucky av 
150 Senate av 
175 Osage 
200 Missouri 
250 West 
300 California 

Chester — 

From North to 
Elizabeth, first w of 
Capitol av 

Chestnut— 

From 232 Madison 
av s to Lockwood 
264 Poplar 
280 Ray 
312 Wilkins 
340 Morris 
Downey 

Chestnut — 

(I), from Line e, 
first s of Washing- 
ton av 

Chicago — 

(N I), from Michi- 
gan Road w to C C 
C & St L Ry, first n 
of Twenty fourth 

Choptank alley — 

See Adelaide 

Christian — 

From Washington 
s to R R tracks, sec- 
ond e of Rural 

Christian av — 

See Eleventh 

Church — 

From McCarty s to 
Morris, first w of 
Capitol av 

McCauley 
Ray 
50 Wilkins 

Church — 

(I), from Brook e, 
first s of Washing- 
ton 

National av 

Churchman av — 

(Old Pleasant av), 
from Prospect s be- 
yond city limits, first 
e of Harlan 

50 Sycamore 

100 Cypress 
Knox- 

Cincinnati — 

From Michigan n 
to Walnut, bet Lib- 
erty and Noble 

50 North 

Circle- 
See Monument pi 

Clara— 

(N I), from Eight- 
eenth n, first w of 
Schurmann av 



Clark— 

From Harvey n, 
third e of Shelby 

Clark— 

(H), from Belmont 
av w, first n of Mick 

Clarke — 

See Arrow av 

Clay— 

(1st Ward), see 
Progress av 

Clay— 

(15 th Ward), see 
Schiller 

Clayton^ 

See Fifteenth 

Clermont — 

(Brooklyn Hgts), 
from C C C & St L 
Ry w to Fremont 
av, sixth n of Tilden 

Cleveland— 

(H), from Frazee 
n, first w of Holmes 

Clifford av— 

See Tenth 

Clifton— 

(Old Lulu, N I), 
from Twenty sixth 
to Thirty third, 
third w of North- 
western av 

Roache av 

Twenty seventh 

Twenty eighth 

Udell 

Twenty ninth 

Eugene 

Thirtieth 

Thirty first 

Congress av 

Thirty second 

Clinton— 

From 226 E Ohio 
n to Michigan, bet 
New Jersey and 
East 

25 Miami 
50 New York 
100 Vermont 

Clinton— 

(Brooklyn Hgts), 
from C C C & St L 
Ry w to Fremont 
av, first w of Tilden 

Clyde— 

(1st Ward), see 
Twenty second 

Clyde— 

From Spruce e to 
State av, first s of 
Willow 

Draper 

St Elmo 

Clyde av — 

(I), from Brook- 
ville Pike s to Hur- 
on av, first w of Na- 
tional av 

English av 

Fletcher av 

Coble— 

From Vermont s 
to New York, first e 
of Belt R R 



<s 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



Cobnrn— 

See Prospect 

Coe— 

From Hiawatha w 
to Baxnhill, flrst n 
of Elizabeth 

Maxwell 

Wilson 

Coffey— 

(,W I), from Oliver 
av n. first w of 
Shor\-er 

South 

Coleman a-r — 

(I), from Washing- 
ton s to P C C & St 
L Ry, first e of Na- 
tional av 

Colfacs— 

(Old Osage av), 
from Tenth n, first e 
of Lancaster av 

Progress av 

Pope av 

Colgro-re — 

See Raymond 

College av — 

From Mass av n 
to Thirtieth, first e 
of Broadway 
20 Arch 
50 Pratt 
100 Tenth 
150 Eleventh 
200 Twelfth 
250 Thirteenth 
300 Fourteenth 
350 Fifteenth 
400 Sixteenth 
450 Seventeenth 
500 Nineteenth 
550 Twentieth 
600 Twenty tirst 
650 T^-enty second 
700 Twenty third 
750 Twenty fourth 
800 Tw,-enty fifth 
850 Twenty sixth 
900 Twenty seventh 
950 Twenty eighth 
1000 Twenty i inth 

College av— 

(N of city limits), 
from Thirtieth n to 
Western av. first w 
of L. N A & C Ry 

Fleet 

College av — 

(I), n end of Cen- 
tral av 

College CIrele— 

(I;, Park enclosed 
by College av 

Collett av— 

(I), from Burgess 
av s, first e of Na- 
tional av 

Collett av— 

(S 1). from the 
canal w to Schur- 
mann av. second n 
of Twenty .second 

Franklin 

Bond 

CollinN— 

roid Race), from 
Thirteenth n to 
Fourteenth, first w 
of West. 



Colorado av— 

From Washington 
n to Michigan, sixth 
e of Sherman Drive 

Ohio 

Colnmltia— 

(5th Ward), see 
Market 

Colnnibia alley — 

See Toledo 

Colninbia av — 

(Sth W a r d), see 
Tecumseh 

Colanibia av — 

From e end Malott 
av n to Macy av, 
third e of L E & W 
R R 

26 Thirteenth 
120 Fifteenth 
150 Sixteenth 
200 Seventeenth 
250 Nineteenth 
,S00 Twentieth 
o50 Twenty first 
Twenty second 
Twenty third 
Davidge 
Twenty fifth 
Twenty seventh 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 
Thirtieth 

Commerce av— 

(Orange av and 
old Commercial av), 
f r om cor Hillside 
av and Ludlow lane 
s e to Brcokside av, 
thence e to Rural 

Pendleton Pike 
300 Brookside av 
Windsor av 
Larch 

Jefferson av 
Ramsey av 
Keystone av 
Eureka av 
Excelsior av 

Commercial av— 

(I), from Washing- 
ton s to P C C & St 
L Ry, second e of 
National av 

Irvington av 

Concord- 
See Oakland av 

Concord— 

(H), crossing Mich- 
igan n and s, first w 
of Haugh 

Concordia— 

From Maryland s 
to Harrison, first e 
of Noble 
5 Meek 
25 Georgia 
50 BatfS 
75 Louisiana 
100 I^ord 

CongrcHM av— 

(Old Walnut av, N 
I), from Northwest- 
ern av w to Clifton, 
first n of Rader 

Cook — 

From Maryland s 
to lyouisiana, bet 
East and Liberty 

50 Georgia 



Cooper — 

From Fernway n 
to Bloyd av, first e 
of Paw Paw 

Cooper av — 

(Brooklyn Hgts), 
from Lafayette 
Gravel Road n 

Cora — 

From Howard w to 
the canal, bet Thir- 
teenth and Four- 
teenth 

Coran» — 

From N Penn e to 
Talbot t av, first n of 
Sixteenth 

Cornell av — 

From cor Mass av 
and Cherry n to 
Thirtieth, first e of 
Bellefonlaine 
50 Eleventh 
150 Thirteenth 
200 Fourteenth 
240 Fifteenth 
314 Sixteenth 
374 Seventeenth 
410 Nineteenth 
500 Twentieth 
550 Twenty first 
600 Twenty second 
650 Twenty third 
700 Twenty fourth 
750 Twenty fifth 
S50 Twenty seventh 
900 Twenty eighth 
950 Twenty ninth 

Corral — 

(N 1), from Michi- 
gan Road w to 
Twenty fourth, first 
s of Chicago 

Cottage av — 

(Old Willow and 
Orphan), from East 
e to Graydon av 
Wright 
Shelby 
50 Olive 
100 Linden 
150 Arthur 
200 Laurel 
250 Spruce 
State av 
Asbury 

Cottage av — 

(W 1), from River 
av w, first n of 
W'oodburn 

Birch av 

Marion av 

Warren av 

Division 

Cottrell— 

From Georgia s to 
Louisiana, first w 
of Missouri 

Court, E— 

From Penn e to 
Noble, bet Washing- 
ton and Market 
96 Delaware 

127 Alabama 

200 New Jersey 

225 Clinton 

250 East 

275 Liberty 

Conrt, W— 

From Illinois w to 



Blackford, 


bet 


W a s h i n gton 


and 


Market 




100 Capitol av 




150 Senate av 




175 Osage 




200 Missouri 




250 West 




280 California 





Coyner — 

From Centennial e 
to Orchard av, first 
s of Brookside av 

Samoa 

Jupiter 

Cra-*vford — 

(5th Ward), see 
Elder av 

Cra'^vford — 

From English av 
s to Prospect, first 
e of Payne 

Lester 

Woodlawn av 

Aldrich 

Crescent — 

(C R), from North- 
western av n, opp 
Crown Hill Ceme- 
tery 

Grand av 

Baker 

Cress- 
See Thaddeus 

Cross — 

From Peru av e,. 
first s of Mass av 

CroTvn— ■ 

From Orchard av 
to Brookside av,. 
first w of Rural 

CroTvn Hill av— 

(N I), from Merid- 
ian w to Crown Hill 
Cemetery, first n of 
Thirty fifth 

Salem 

Illinois 

Bailey 

Capitol av 

Carter 

Crnse, N— 

From 600 E Wash- 
ington n to Market 

Crnse, S — 

From 600 E Wash- 
ington s to P C C & 
St L Ry 

Southeastern av 

Cnrtis— 

From Orchard av 
n to Lily, first e of 
Rural 

Cusliing — 

From Bloyd av n 
to Pruitt, first w of 
Rural 

Custer— 

From Twenty third 
to Brown, first e of 
Sheridan 

Twenty fourth 

Twenty fifth 

Cypress— 

From 275 Shelby e 
to city limits 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



79 



25 Young 
50 Olive 

Lockwood 
100 Laurel 
125 Seibert 

Arthur 

Thaddeus 
150 Spruce 
175 Draper 

St Elmo 
200 State av 

Harlan 
300 Churchman av 
350 Auburn 

HSISSY — 

(I), from Star av e, 
first s of Keightley 
Kingbridge 
Temperance 
Hawkins 
Sugar 

Daisy— 

From Raymond s, 
• second e of White 
river 
Norman 
Kelly 
Romaine 
Carleton 
Ream 

Dakota — 

From Ray s to 
city limits, f\rst w of 
West 

25 Vinton 

50 Wilkins 

75 Jones 

100 Morris 

150 Wisconsin 

250 Arizona 

Daly— 

(Old Wilson), from 
Benton e, first s of 
Washington (10th 
Vizard) 

Darnell^ 

From West w to 
Brooks, first n of 
Eleventh 

50 Oregon 

DarTTin— 

From Bloyd av n 
w to Hillside av, 
first n of Fernway 

Date— 

(I), from Lena n 
to Watkins, first w 
of National av 

Davidge — 

See Twenty fourth 

Davidson — 

From E Washing- 
ton n to Peru av. 
third e of Noble 
50 Market 
98 Ohio 
x54 New York 
184 Vermont 
250 Michigan 
299 North 

Davis — 

(4th Ward), see 
Tenth 

Davis — 

From Bicking s to 
Madison av, first e 
of Delaware (12th 
Ward) 



DaTv^son — 

(Old John), from 
Lexington av s to 
Orange, first e of 
State av (9th Ward) 

Woodlawn av 

Prospect 

Dayton — 

(I), from English 
av 3 to Huron av, 
first e of Earl av 

Fletcher av 

Dearborn — 

From E Washing- 
ton s, first e of 
Gray 

Decatur — 

From W Washing- 
ton n to Beacon, 
first "w of Richland 
Market 

90 Exeritt 

DelaT^'are, N— 

From 100 E Wash- 
ington n to Thirty 
eighth 

25 Court 
50 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 Tenth 
570 Eleventh 
675 Twelfth 
711 Thirteenth 
750 Fifteenth 
800 Sixteenth 
900 Seventeenth 
980 Nineteenth 
1000 Twentieth 
1050 Twenty first 
1100 Twenty second 
1130 Twenty third 
1150 Twenty fourth 
1200 Twenty fifth 
Twenty eighth 
Thirtieth 
Thirty second 
Thirty third 
Thirty fourth 
Thirty sixth 

Dela'n-are, S— 

From 99 E Wash- 
ington s to Madison 
av 

25 Pearl 

45 Virginia av 

50 Maryland 

96 Georgia 
150 Louisiana 
200 South 
225 Bane 
250 Garden 
300 Merrill 
365 McCarty 
389 Wyoming 
409 Bicking 

Deloss— 

From Shelby e to 
State av, first n of 
English av 
50 Olive 

100 Leota 

150 Laurel 

200 Spruce 



Denny— 

From Washington 
n to Michigan, sec- 
ond e of Sherman 
Drive 

New York 

Denny — 

(B), from James w 
to Rural, first n of 
Brinkman 

Depot — 

(B), from Warren 
n, first e of Lawn 

Depot av — 

(I), from Cherry 
av s w, first e of 
Central av 

Detroit — 

(14th Ward), see 
Bayard 

Detroit — 

(4th Ward), see 
Hobart 

Detroit — 

From Southeast- 
ern av s to Bates, 
first e of Warren 
(9th Ward) 

Detroit av— 

(I), from English 
av s to Huron, first 
e of Dayton av 

Dett— 

From Ream n, sec- 
ond e of White river 

Dexter— 

From Troy s to 
Martin 
Knox 
Bacon 
Perry 

Dexter — 

(N I), from W 
Eighteenth n to 
Twenty second, first 
w of Sugar Grove av 

Nineteenth 

Twenty first 

Diekson — 

From E Market n 
to Ohio, first e of 
Cruse 

Dietz- 

From Glen Drive n 
w to Sutherland, 
first e of Fountain 

Dietz— 

(S of city limits), 
from Brandt n, 
fourth e of Shelby 

Dillon- 
See Shelby 

Division — 

(B), from Rural e 
to Bloyd av, first s 
of Glen Drive 

James 

Harriet 

Wheeler 

Morris 

Waverly 

Austin 

Stuart 



Division'— 

(W I), from Oliver 
s to Morris, first w 
of "V^^arren 

Cottage av 

Woodburn 

Standard av 

Dora— 

(I), from Line e, 
first s of Tenth 
Leland 
Ray 
Euclid Drive 

Dorcas— 

From Henrietta w, 
first s of Washing- 
ton 

Dornian — 

From E New York 
n to Tenth, first w 
of Highland av 
50 Vermont 

100 Michigan 

173 North 

256 St Clair 

300 Pratt 

350 Polk 

Donskerty — 

From 540 S East e 
to Virginia av, first 
s of Buchanan 

133 Wright 

197 McKernan 

296 Hunter 

Donglass— 

From Market n to 
Indiana av, first a 
of Blake 

100 Ohio 

150 New York 

202 Vermont 

258 Michigan 

320 North 

350 Center 

400 Elizabeth 

Dovrney — 

(Old H a n w a y, 
Downey and Birken- 
meyer), from 633 S 
Meridian e to Edge- 
wood 

Charles 

Union 

Mulberry 

Chestnut 

Madison av 

Kennington 

New Jersey 

East 

Wright 

Downey av — 

(I), from Wash- 
ington av e to Bit- 
ter av, first e of Oh- 
mer av 

Do-tvning av — 

(H). from Michi- 
gan s to Vermont, 
first e of Concord 

Drake — 

From N West w 
to Brooks, first n of 
Twelfth 

50 Oregon 

Draper — 

(Old Draper and 
St Charles), from 
Clyde s to Van Bur- 
en* first e of Spruce 

Cypress 

Naomi 



so 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



DroT-er*— 

("U' I), from South 
s to Belt R R, tirst 
■w of White river 

Oliver av 

Cottage av 

"Woodburn av 

River av 

Morris 

Dngrdale — 

From Belt R R n, 
lirst e of Meridia.n 

Duncan- 
See Garden 

Dnnlop— 

From 543 Madison 
av e to East, third 
s of Morris 
40 Kennington 
80 S New Jersey 

Dnpont— 

From Southeast- 
ern av s to Pros- 
pect, first e of Can- 
by 

Lester 

Woodlawn av 

Aldrich 

Dye— 

From W Thirtieth 
n to Thirty second, 
first w of Brown 

50 Thirty first 

£arhart — 

From Prospect to 
Wallace, third e of 
Belt R R 

Earl— 

From Cypress s to 
Laura av. first w of 
Full en wider av 

Earl av— 

(I), from English 
av s to Huron, first 
w of Dayton av 

Ea.st, N— 

From 250 E Wash- 
ington n to Tenth 

25 Court 

50 Market 

82 Wabash 

98 Ohio 
125 Miami 
1.50 New York 
175 Lockerbie 

198 Vermont 
250 Michigan 
250 Alass av 
310 North 
356 Walnut 
402 St Clair 
452 Pratt 

Kant, S— 

From 249 E Wash- 
ington s to Garfield 
Park 

25 Pearl 
50 Maryland 
100 Georgia 

Bates 
150 I^uisiana 
IfiO Lord 

199 Virginia av 
199 South 

244 Stevens pi 
265 Warsaw 
2^)9 Merrill 
.'K9 Stevens 

Norwood 
399 McCarty 



475 Bicking 
506 Buchanan 
540 Dougherty 
578 Prospect 
600 Morris 
624 Sanders 
674 Downey 
680 Dunlop 
704 Nebraska 

Cottage av 
738 "Weghorst 
764 Lincoln 
784 Minnesota 
800 Iowa 
824 Caven 
860 Beecher 
900 Sanford 

Raymond 

East av — 

(I), from Grand av 
e. first s of P C C & 
St L Ry 

Eastern av — 

From Washington 
n to Michigan, first 
w of Temple av 

New York 

Eckert— 

From 279 K e n- 
tuckv av s to Mer- 
rill, first w of West 

Economy — 

From Biddle to St 
Clair, first e of Pine 

Eddy— 

From 75 W South 
s to Norwood 
50 Garden 
100 Merrill 

Eden Place — 

From 225 N Dela- 
ware e to Hudson, 
first n of Vermont 

Edge-tvood — 

From Sanders s, 
first e of Wright 

EdTf-ard — 

(B), from C C C & 
St L Ry n, first e of 
Lancaster 

Ed-ward — 

(W I), from Oliver 
av n, fourth w of 
Drover 

Eighteen til — 

(O 1 d Eighteenth), 
see Twenty sixth 

Eighteentli, E— 

(Old Ninth, from 
Meridian to Talbott 
av), from Meridian 
e to Talbott av. first 
n of Seventeenth 

Pennsylvania 

EtRhteenth, W— 

(Old Ninth, from 
Meridian to foot of 
Highland pi; old 
Tenth, from C C C 
& St L Ry to North- 
western av, and 
Vorster av, from 
Meridian w to city 
limits), first north of 
Seventeenth 

Illinois 

Hall pi 

Capitol av 



Senate av 

C C C & St L Ry 

Lenox 

Mill 

Northwestern av 

Canal 

Fall creek 

Milburn 

Montcalm 

Rembrandt 

Post av 

Gent 

Sugar Grove 

Dexter 

Schurmann av 

Eiglitli— 

See Seventeenth 

Eitel av— 

From Meridian e 
to Penn, first ,n of 
Thirty sixth 

Elfler av — 

From W'ashington 
n to Vermont, sec- 
ond w of Belt R R 

Eldridge— 

(14th Ward), see 
Laurel 

Eldridge— 

From Fall creek 
n, third w of canal 

Eleventh — 

(Old Eleventh), see 
Twentieth 

Eleventh, E— 

(Old Second, Mor- 
rison and Christian 
av), from 571 N Me- 
ridian to L E & W 
R R 

Penn 

Delaware 

Alabama 

New Jersey 

Central av 

Fort Wayne av 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

Eleventh, "W— 

From 570 N Meridi- 
an w to Fall creek 
50 Illinois 
100 Capitol av 
150 Senate av 

C C C & St L Ry 
218 Howard 
Fayette 
West 
Brooks 

Elgin — 

From North n to 
Elizaoeth, first w of 
Chester 

Elizabeth— 

Prom Bright w to 
citv lin-.its, first n of 
North 

48 Douglass 
82 Blake 

149 Agnes 

175 Locke 

204 I'attcr.son 

224 Hiawatha 

233 Maxwell 

2.'>0 Wilson 

300 Barnhill 

Elk- 
See Woodlawn av 



Ella— 

(B), from Brink- 
man n, first e of 
Waverly 

Ellen- 
See Bright 

Elliott— 

From Bloyd av n 
to Greenbrier lane 

Ellis— 

(14th Ward), see 
Swift 

Ellis— 

From Wiilard n to 
Tenth, first e of 
Watts 

Ellsnortli— 

From New York n 
to Vermont, first w 
of Senate av 

Elm— 

From Noble s e to 
Shelby, first n of 
Virginia av 
97 Pine 

175 Cedar 

225 Grove 

Elm— 

(B), from School e 
to Lancaster, first n 
of Willow 

Elm av — 

(I), from Washing- 
ton av n. first e of 
Blount av 

Elmira — 

(N I), from C C C 
& St L Ry n to 
Thirty first, fifth w 
of Northwestern av 

Twenty ninth 

Eugene 

Thirtieth 

Elnora — 

From Harvey n, 
first e of Shelby 

ElTvood — 

From North n to 
Elizabeth, first w of 
Caldwell 

Emma^ 

(N I), see Barnes 
av 

Emma av— • 

From Colgrove s, 
first e of Mattie av 
Winchester av 
Bryan av 
Wade 

Bradbury av 
Hunter 
Walker av 

Emmet — 

From N Illinois w 
to Capitol av, bet 
Walnut and Pratt 

Empire— 

From S Capitol av 
w to S Senate av, 
flrst s of South 

Em rich — 

(H), from Belmont 
av w, first n of 
Clara 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



81 



English— 

From Harrison av 
e to Line av, first 
n of Thirtieth 

Hamilton 

Adams 

Nicholas 

Baltimore av 

Hillside av 

Brouse av 

Knglisli a-v— 

From 71 Harrison 
s e to Shelby, thence 
to citv limits 
11 Pine 
100 Cedar 
139 Shelby 
200 Olive 
242 Leota 
276 Laurel 
320 Spruce 
450 State av 
Auburn av 
Southeastern av 

(I), a continuation 
of English av 
McPher&on 
Lake av 
Thomas 
Star av 
Kingbridge 
Temperance 
Earl 

Dayton av 
Detroit av 
Worcester av 
Clyde av 

Brie— 

(8th Ward), see 
Gray 

Erie— 

From Pearl s, first 
e of Alabama (10th 
Ward) 

Er-win — 

(H), from Michi- 
gan n, first w of 
Merrit 

Summit 

Grandview av 

Espy — 

(B), from C C C & 
St L Ry n, first e of 
Edward 

Bttel— 

From Twenty 
fourth n, first e of 
Northwestern av 

Ethel- 

(W I), from Oliver 
av n, first w of 
Drover 

Euclid a-v— • 

(4th Ward), see 
Moesch av 

Euclid av — 

From Washington 
n to Michigan, first 
e of Colorado av 

Ohio 

Euclid Drive — 

(I), from Clifford 
av s, third e of Line 
Dora 
Frank 

Eugenie— 

(N I), from North- 



v/estern av w to C 
C C & St L Ry, sec- 
ond n of Udell 

Annette 

Rader 

Clifton 

Barnes av 

Elmira 

Enrel^a av— 

From Michigan n 
to Orchard av, sec- 
ond w of Rural 

Tilden 

Pratt 

Tenth 

Progress av 

Commerce av 

Pope av 

Nowland av 

EutaTT— 

From Paca n w to 
Tenth, first n of In- 
diana av 

Everett— 

From Bloomington 
w, second n of 
Washington 

Decatur 

Wilinot 

Minkner 

Richland 

Evison— • 

From 251 Prospect 
s to Orange 

Ewing— 

Prom Willard n to 
Tenth, first e of Fay 

Excelsior av — 

See Temple av 

Fairvie'w — 

From Fall creek 
n, second w of the 
canal 

Fay— 

From Willard n to 
Tenth, first e of 
Ellis 

Fay— 

(W I), from Judge 
Harding w to Wil- 
liam, first s of Mor- 
ris 

Fayette— 

From North n w 
to Tenth, thence n 
to Thirteenth, first e 
of West 
56 Walnut 

192 St Clair 

198 Pratt 

225 Tenth 

252 Eleventh 

300 Twelfth 

F enii euian — 

Prom Palmer s to 
Minnesota, first w of 
Madison av 

FeruTi'ay — 

From Lawrence n 
e to cor Bloyd av 
and Fountain 

Cooper 

Paw Paw 

Katharine 

Hazel 

Fifteeuth— 

(Old Fifteenth), 
see Twenty third 



Fifteeutli, E— 

(Old Sixth and Lin- 
coln av), from 781 N 
Delaware e to Hill- 
side av 

Alabama 

New Jersey 

Central av 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

Ash 

Bellefontaine 

Garfield pi 

Cornell av 

L E & W R R 

Alvord 

Yandes 

Columbia av 

Martindale av 

Newman 

Sheldon 

Fifteeutli. AV— 

(Old Sixth and 
Clayton), from 778 
N Illinois w to cor 
Indiana and Post 
avs 
115 Capitol av 

Brooker 
170 Senate av 

C C C & St L 

220 Howard 
250 Mill 

Canal 

West 

Fall creek 

Milburn 

Montcalm 

Rembrandt 

Fifth- 

See Fourteenth 

Finley av— 

From Shelby e, 
first s of Bradbury 
Boyd av 

First- 
See Tenth 

Fitch— 

(B), from Lan- 
caster w to Pendle- 
ton Road 

Flack— 

(H), from Belmont 
av w, first n of 
Washington 

Muir av 

Fleet- 
Prom Western av 
e to Ralston av, first 
n of Thirtieth 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

Macy av 

Grand av 

Royal av 

Arlington av 

Fletcher av— 

From cor Noble 
and South s © to 
Shelby, thence e to 
city limits 
49 Pine 
98 Cedar 
150 Shelby 
200 Olive 
250 Laurel 
300 Spruce 
400 State av 
Harlan 
St Paul 



Fletcher av— 

(I), from Temper- 
ance e, first s of En- 
glish av 

Earl 

Dayton av 

Detroit av 

Worcester av 

Auvergne av 

Clyde av 

Flora — 

(C R), from Grand 
av n, second w of 
Crescent 

Floral av — 

(4th Ward), see 
Twenty first 

Floral av — 

(5th Ward), see 
Brighton boulevard 

Florence— 

(H), from Michi- 
gan n, first w of 
Erwin 

Sum^mit 

Grandview av 

Forest av, Bf — 

From W Washing- 
ton n to Michigan, 
first e of Keystone 
av 

New York 

Forest av, S— 

(Old Range), from 
W Washington s to 
P C C & St L Ry, 
first e of Keystone 
ay 

Fort Wayne av— 

From 300 N Penn 
n e to Central av 

48 Walnut 

88 St Clair 
120 Pratt 
150 St Joseph 
194 Tenth 

Foundry— 

(B), from Beech n, 
first e of Bright- 
wood av 

Fountain — 

(4th War d), see 
Cairo 

Fountain — 

Prom Lawrence n 
to Hillside av, sec- 
ond w of Rural 

Bloyd av 

Bodley 

Line av 

Sutherland 

Fourteenth— 

(Old Fourteenth), 
see Twenty second 

Fourteenth, E — 

(Old Fifth and Ir- 
win), from 710 N Me- 
ridian e to Delaware 
and from College av 
to L B & W R R 
50 Penn 
100 Delaware 
College av 
Ash 

Bellefontaine 
Cornell av 



82 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



Fonrteentli, "\V — 

(Old Fifth. Mcln- 
tyre and Brett), 
from 730 N Meridian 
w to Capitol av 
Rembrandt 
50 Illinois 
100 Capitol av 
125 Brooker 
153 Senate av 
173 C C C & St L Ry 
19S Howard 
265 Mill 
Canal 
West 
Oregon 
Collins 
Fall creek 
Trumbull 
Milburn 
Montcalm 

Fourth- 
See Thirtieth 

Fourth— 

(I), from Line e, 
first s of Third 

Fovrler^ — 

(Old Oxford), from 
N Pine e to L E & 
W R R, first n of 
St Clair 

Francis— 

(,4th Ward), see 
Twenty ninth 

Fraiici<»^ 

(W of city limits), 
from North av n. 
second w of Schur- 
mann av 

Frank — 

(9th Ward), see 
Nelson 

F rank- 
Between S Merid- 
ian and Union, s of 
Belt R R (15th 
Ward) 

Frank— 

(I), from Line e, 
.second s of Tenth 

F'ranklln— 

(14th Ward), see S 
New Jersey 

Franklin— 

(N I), from CoUett 
av n, second w of 
the canal 

Hibberd av 

Frnaice— 

(if), from Belt R 
U w, first n of 
Michigan 

F reel and — 

From Southenst- 
*-rn av s to Pros- 
pect, first e of Go- 
lay 

Lester 

Wood I awn av 

Aldrlch 

Fremont— 

(Brooklyn Hgt.s), 
from Monroe w to 
Avondale 

Fremont— 

(N I), from Schur- 



niann av e, first n 
of Twenty second 

French — 

See Twentieth 

Front — 

(S), from Twin 
Lake av n w to 
Avon av. w of Sher- 
man Drive 

Front— 

(W I), from Mor- 
ris s to Lambert, 
first e of Belmont av 

Fnlton— 

From 344 E Wash- 
ington n e to St 
Clair, first e of L E 
& W R R 
50 Market 

100 Ohio 

1.50 New York 

200 Vermont 

250 Michigan 

300 North 

Gale— 

(B), from Glen 
Drive n, first e of 
Shade 

Galena — 

From Raymond n, 
second e of Shelby 
Harvey 

Garden, E — 

(Old Duncan), 
from 250 S Meridian 
e to New Jersey 

Madison av 

Penn 

Delaware 

Alabama 

Garden, AV— 

(Old Henry), from 
250 S Meridian w to 
Kentucky av 
50 Illinois 
76 Eddy 
100 Capitol av 
125 Willard 
Senate av 
Missouri 
West 

Garfield av — 

From Washington 
n to Tenth, fourth e 
of Sherman Drive 

New York 

Michigan 

Byram 

Garfield I'lace- 

From Fifteenth n 
to Sixteenth, bet' 
Bellefontaine and 

Cornell av 

Garland— 

(W I), from Oliver 
av n, second w of 
Drover 

Gatl ins- 
See Barth av 

Geinendorflr- 

PYom 402 W Wash- 
ington n to New 
York 

50 Market 

100 Ohio 



Geneva — 

From Auburn w, 
first s of English av 

Geneva^ 

(H), from Lafay- 
ette w, first n of 
Plymouth 

Gent— 

(N I), from Eight- 
eenth n, first w of 
Post av 

Georg-ia, E — 

From 99 S Merid- 
ian e to Shelby 
50 Penn 
100 Delaware 
150 Alabama 
200 New Jersey 
250 East 
Cook 
300 Liberty 
350 Noble 
373 Concordia 
399 Benton 
439 Pine 

Georg^in, W' — 

From 100 S Merid- 
ian w to White river 

50 Illinois 

9S Capitol av 
159 Kentucky av 
150 Senate av 
175 Osage 
200 Missouri 
225 Cottrell 
250 West 
300 California 
350 S Blackford 

Gerniania av — 

(H), crossing Mich- 
igan n and s, first 
w of Tremont av 

Gertrnde av — 

From cor Beach 
and Valley av to 
Lawrence, third e of 
Hillside av 

Gilbert— 

(W I), from How- 
ard s to Miller, first 
e of Belmont av 

Giilard av— 

See Keystone av 

Gimbel — 

See Norwood 

Girard av — 

(I), from National 
av s to State av, 
second w of Aurora 
av 

Glad 14 tone siv — 

From E Washing- 
ton n to Tenth, fifth 
e of Sherman Drive 

New York 

Michigan 

Byram 

Glen av— ■ 

From Crawfords- 
vllle Road n, second 
w of Fall creek 

Twelfth 

Glen Drive— 

From cor Line av 
and Fountain e to 
Rural, n e to Mor- 
ris, s e to C C C & 
St L Ry 



James 

Harriet 

Wheeler 

Morris 

Waverly 

Austin 

Stuart 

Shade 

Gale 

Station 

Golay — 

From Southeast- 
ern av s beyond C 
C C & St L Ry, 
first e of Dupont 

Lester 

Woodlawn av 

Aldrich 

Prospect 

Good av — 

(I), from P C C & 
St L Ry s to East 
av, first w of Line 

Goodwin— 

From E Michigan 
s to Washington, 
first w of Belt R R 

Vermont 

New York 

Grace — 

From Washington 
s to Moore av, first 
e of Rural 

Graceland av — 

From W Thirtieth 
n to Thirty fourth, 
first w of Capitol av 
50 Thirty second 

100 Thirty third 

Graham— 

From Hillside av e 
to Gertrude av, first 
n of Valley av 

Thalman av 

Holloway av 

Grahapi — 

(I), from Walnut 
av n, first e of Max- 
well 

Grand av — 

From Thirtieth n 
to Heath, first e of 
L E & W R R 

Fleet 

Grand av— 

(C R, n w of city 
limits), from Cres- 
cent w, first s of 
Baker 

Grand av — 

(I), from Ritter av 
n e to Irving av, 
thence s e to Line, 
first s of University 
av 

Grand Vievr — 

From Sutherland 
av n to Thirtieth, 
second e of College 
av 

Grand Vlerv av— 

(H), from Lafay- 
ette Road w, fourth 
n of Michigan 

Grant— 

From 322 S West w 
to Rose 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



(Old Erie), from E 
Washington n to 
New York and s to 
P C C & St L, Ry, 
first e of Oxford 

Gray, S— 

From Gresham s 
to Raymond, second 
e of East 
50 Beecher 

100 Sanford 

Graydon— 

From Sycamore s, 
first e of Asbury 

Graydon — 

(W), from Auburn 
av e to Rural, first 
n of Southeastern av 

Sharpe av 

Greely— 

(Old State), from 
Washington n to 
White river, first w 
of Wallace 

Market 

Green av— 

From Auburn av s 
e to Profepect, first n 
of C C C & St L Ry 

Aldrich 

Green av — 

(I), from Cham- 
bers s to Elm av, 
second e of Ritter 
av 

Greenbrier lane — 

From Lawrence n 
e to Hillside av 
Bloyd av 

Greencastle — 

See Ninth. 

Greenfield — 

(I), from Ritter av 
e, first e of C H & 
D R R 

Greenwood — 

See Cornell av 

Greer— 

From 44 Stevens s 
to Buchanan 
50 McCarty 

Greer alley — 

See River 

Gregg- 
See Ninth 

Gresham — 

See Minnesota 

Grove— 

From 540 Virginia 
av n e to cor of 
Shelby and Fletcher 
av 

Hosbrook 

Elm 

Huron 

Grove — 

(N I), from North 
av n, fourth e of 
White river 

Grove av— 

(2d Ward), see Mac- 
Pherson. av 



Grover — 

(N I), from On- 
tario n to Roache 
av, second w of the 
canal 

Weils 

Gnffin— 

From Sixteenth n 
to Seventeenth, bet 
Bellefontaine and 
Cornell av 

Hadley— 

From Agnes w to 
Patterson, first n of 
North 

Hadley av — 

(W I), from Drov- 
er s w to Johnson, 
first s e of I & V 

Ry 

Morris 
York 
Stack 
Belt Ry 
Miller 

Hall— 

(8th Ward), see 
Olney 

Hall Place— 

From 74 W Six- 
teenth n to Twenty 
first, first w of Illi- 
nois 

50 Eighteenth 
100 Nineteenth 

Hamburg — 

(Old Leonard), 
from Raymond n to 
Harvey, first e of 
Shelby 

Hamilton — 

From Thirtieth n 
to Howland, first e 
of Ralston av 

English 

Hamilton av — 

(Old Johnson), 
from Washington n 
to Michigan, first e 
of Randolph 

Ohio 

Hamilton av — 

(O 1 d Albemarle), 
from Michigan n to 
Tenth, second e of 
Woodruff pi 

Tilden 

Hampton — 

From Tenth s, 
first e of Rural 

Hann— 

From Greenbrier n 
e to Fountain, first 
e of Hillside av 

Hanna — 

See Oriental 

Han-^vay— 

See Downey 

Hare — 

(B), from Bee Line 
Ry n, first e of 
Wood 

Harlan— 

See Twenty fourth 



Harlan — 

(Old Hester and 
Sylvan), from En- 
glish av s to Cy- 
press, first e of 
State av 

Spann av 

Fletcher av 

Hoyt av 

Lexington av 

Pleasant 

Woodlawn av 

Prospect 

Orange 

Sycamore 

Harmon — 

From 125 E South 
s to McCarty 
24 Bane 
47 Garden 
S9 Merrill 

Harriet — 

(B), from Bloyd 
av n, first e of 
James 

Harris — 

From North n to 
Elizabeth, first w of 
Blake 

Harris av— 

(W I), from Wash- 
ington s. first w of 
Ruth 

Jackson 

Bertha 

Ida 

Victoria 

Oliver av 

Harrison — 

From 176 S Noble 
e to Shelby 
20 Concordia 
46 Benton 
67 English av 

104 Pine 

160 Ittenbach 

Harrison av — 

See Ralston av 

Hart— 

(Old Herman. 14th 
Ward), from Nelson 
e, first s of Prospect 

Hartford— 

From Sanders s, 
first w of Edge- 
wood 

Harvey — 

(Old Le Grand av), 
from Shelby e to 
city limits, first n of 
Raymond 

Leonard 

Galena 

Clark 

Mabel 

Haugli — 

(H), from Ver- 
mont n to Summit, 
first w of Holmes 
av 

HaTvlvins — 

(I), from Huron 
av s to Ayres, first 
w of Sugar 

Keightley 

Daggy 

Long 

Hazel — 

From Valley av n 



to Bloyd av, first w 
of Fountain 
Lawrence 

Heatli- 

From Grand av e 
to Ralston av, sec- 
ond n of Thirtieth 

Royal av 

Arlington av 

Helen — 

See Blackford 

Helen— 

(H), from Michi- 
gan n, first w of 
Florence 

Summit 

Grand View av 

Hendricks — 

From Nebraska s 
to Lincoln, second e 
of Madison av 

Henriettai — 

From Washington 
s to Maryland, first 
w of White river 

Dorcas 

Henrys 

See Garden 

Herbert — 

See Twentieth 

Herman — 

See Hart 

Hermann — 

From 447 E Ohio s 
to Market 

Herron Place — 

See Twenty sixth 

Hester- 
See Harlan 

Hiatt— 

(W I), from Morris 
s to Miller, first e of 
Belmont av 

Lambert 

Howard 

HiaTvatba — 

From W Vermont 
n to Davis, fourth w 
of Blake 

Michigan 

North 

Elizabeth 

Rhode Island 

Margaret 

Hibberd av— 

(N I), from the 
canal w to Schur- 
mann av, first n of 
Collett av 

Franklin 

Bond 

High- 
Prom 184 E Mc- 
carty s to Prospect 
70 Bicking 

Highland av— 

(H), from Michi- 
gan n, first w of 
Concord 

Highland av— • 

From Washington 
n to Marlowe av, 
fourth e of Noble 
50 Market 

100 Ohio 



84 



TKKETS AND AVENUES. 



Hii^Iiland av— 

(4th Ward^. see 
Thirty first 

Hi$?blnud Place— 

From Xuieteenth 
n. first ■v\- of Senate 
av 

Armour 

Twentieth 

Twenty first 

Marlette Drive 

Fall creek 

Hlsh water — 

See Albert 

Hill— 

a4th Ward), see 
Lockwood 

Hill— 

From 691 S Merid- 
ian e to Chestnut, 
first s of Downev 
a5th Ward) 

Locust 

Union 

Hill a-v— 

(1st Ward), see 
Hillside av 

Hillside av — 

(Old Hill av). from 
Columbia and Thir- 
teenth n e to city 
limits 

Martindale av 

Newman 

Sheldon 

Arrow av 

Sixteenth 

Ingram 

Montana 

Seventeenth 

Beech 

Nineteenth 

Twentieth 

Bloyd av 

Twenty first 

Twenty third 

Baltimore av 

Caroline av 

Twenty fifth 

Twenty seventh 

Twenty eighth 

Twenty ninth 

Thirtieth 

Hinton— 

From Brightwood 
av e to Mineral, 
first n of Tenth 

Hobart — 

fOld Detroit), from 
Thirty eighth s, first 
w of Mrridian 

Hoef^en — 

(O 1 d Hoefgens"s 
lane), from S Me- 
ridian e to Madison 
av, first s of Pleas- 
ant run 

HoefKon'H lane — 

Seo Hoffgc-n 

Holborn — 

From Ififiwatha 
w, first s of Michi- 
gan 

HolllH— 

P^rom Sterling e 
to Tecumseh, first n 
of Tenth 



Hollo-»vay a.T- — 

From Beech n to 
Lawrence, first e of 
Thalman av 

Hollo-»vay av^ 

(I), from Brook- 
field av n to C H & 
D R R. third e of 
National av 

Holly av— 

(W I), from Oliver 
av s w. first w of 
Birch av 

Holiues — 

From Bradshaw s 
to Buchanan, first e 
of Wright 

Holmes av — 

(H). crossing Mich- 
igan n and s, first w 
of King av 

Holton Place- 

(Old Ninth), from 
first alley w of Sen- 
ate av w to North- 
western av. first n 
of Seventeenth 

Lenox 

Mill 

Home av — 

See Thirteenth 

Hooker — 

See Twelfth 

Hone— 

(B). from Beech n, 
first e of Foundry 

Hopkins av — 

(I), from Brook- 
ville Road n e to 
Holloway av 

Hosbrooli- 

From Cedar s e to 
Shelby, first n of 
Virginia av 

81 Grove 

Woodlawn av 

Houston — 

From Talbott av 
w, first s of Tenth 

Houston— 

(B), from Warren 
n to C C C & St L 
Ry, first e of Bent- 
wood 

Hovey — 

(Old .1 a c k s o n), 
from Belt R R n to 
Twenty fifth, first e 
of Sheldon » 

Twenty second 

Twenty third 

Twenty fourth 

Howard — 

From Tenth n to 
Sixteenth, first e of 
the canal 

iOh'A'enth 

102 Twelfth 

12S Smith 

1.50 Thirteenth 

184 Cora 

218 Fourteenth 
Fifteenth 

Howard — 

(W I), from Judge 



Harding w, second 
s of iMorris 

Williant 

Reisner 

McLain 

Lee 

Shepard 

Gilbert 

Belmont av 

HoTf laini— • 

From INIacy av e 
to National av. third 
n of Thirteenth 

Royal 

Van Buren 

Ralston av 

Hamilton 

Adams 

Nicholas 

Baltimore av 

Line av 

Brightwood av 

School 

Hoyt av — 

From Shelby e to 
St Paul, first s of 
Fletcher av 
50 Olive 

100 Laurel 

150 Spruce 

200 State av 

Hubbard — 

From Tent h s, 
first e of Hampton 

Hudson — 

From B Vermont 
n to Ft Wayne av. 
bet Delaware and 
Alabama 
126 Michigan 
North 
Walnut 

Humboldt — 

See Seventeenth 

Hunjboldt av — 

(B). from Howland 
s to Schofield, third 
e of University av 

Hunter — 

(Old Short), from 
2G9 Dougherty s to 
Prospect, first w of 
Virginia av 

Huntinstou— 

See W Eleventh 

Huron — 

From 250 Virginia 
av e to Noble, 
thence s e to Shelby 
10 Irving nl 
48 Noble 
89 Pine 
175 Cedar 
2.56 Grove 

Huron av — 

(I), from Temper- 
ance e, first s of 
Fletcher av 

Hawkins 

Sugar 

Worcester av 

Ida^ 

(W I), from Har- 
ris w, first s of Ber- 
tha 

Illinois. >'- 

From 4S W Wash- 
I ington n to Thirty 
I eighth 



.50 ]\lnrket 

75 Wabash 
100 Ohio 
150 New York 
200 Vermont 
250 Michigan 
300 North 
S50 Walnut 
400 St Clair 
4.50 Pratt 
500 St Joseph 

526 Tenth 
566 Eleventh 
630 Twelfth 
6S0 Thirteenth 
730 Fourteenth 
778 Fifteenth 

527 Sixteenth 
850 Seventeenth 
902 Eighteenth 
975 Nineteenth 

1024 Twentieth 
1100 Twenty first 
11.50 McLean Place 
1162 Twenty second 
1200 T^ventv third 
1250 Twenty fourth 
1300 Twenty fifth 
1350 Twenty sixth 
Twenty sev- 
enth 

Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 
Thirtieth 
Thirty second 
Thirty third 
Thirtv fourth 
Thirty fifth 
Thirty sixth 
Thirty seventh 

Illinois, S— 

From 49 W Wash- 
ington s to city lim- 
its 

26 Pearl 

50 Maryland 

75 Chesapeake 

100 Georgia 

125 Mobile 

150 Louisiana 

175 McNabb 

200 South 

250 Garden 

300 Merrill 

340 Norwood 

396 McCarty 

474 Ray 

527 Wilkins 

576 Morris 

600 Kansas 

650 Wisconsin 

Indiana av— 

From cor Ohio and 
Illinois n w to 
Eighteenth 
52 New York 
100 Vermont 
154 Michigan 
200 North 
252 California 
300 Blackford 
.314 Bright 
.340 Paca 
356 Douglass 
400 Blake 
428 Athon 

I.,ocke 

Tenth 

Milburn 

Montcalm 

Rembrandt 

Post 

Indianapolis av— 

From Northeastern 
av and Fall creek n 
to Thirty second, 
first w of Paris av 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



85 



Twenty third 
Twenty fourth 
Twenty fifth 
Twenty sixth 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 
Thirtieth 
Thirty first 

Iusra.in — 

From Hillside av 
n e to Beech, third 
n of C C C & St L, 
Ry (1st Ward) 

Nevada 

Ingrram — 

(14th Ward), see 
Vigo 

lOTva— 

From S Meridian e 
to Shelby, first s of 
Minnesota 

Union 

Madison av 

Singleton 

Gray 

Applegate 

New 

Napoleon 

Ringgold av 

Barth av 

Iron av— 

(N I), from Twen- 
ty second s to Twen- 
ty first, third w of 
Fall creek 

Irving av— 

(I), e end of Uni- 
versity av 

Irving- Place — 

(Old School), from 
329 E South s to Hu- 
ron 

Irvington av — 

(I), crossing Lake 
av e and w, first s 
of Washington av 

Ir-win^ 

See Fourteenth 

Isabella— 

(N I), from Twen- 
ty fourth n to | 
North western av, 
first e of Annette 

Isniond— 

(N I), from Eight- 
eenth n, first w of 
Mansfield av 

Ittonbaeli — 

Prom C C C & St 
L Ry s to Harrison, 
first e of Pine 

Lord 

Ivy— 

(Old Ivy lane), 
from Mass av s e 
to Taffe, first e of 
Rural 

Jackson — 

(W I), from Har- 
ris w. first s of Na- 
tional Road 

Jackson— 

(1st Ward), see 
Hovey 



Jackson— 

(4th Ward), see 
Twenty second 

Jackson Places 

From McCrea pi 
w to Illinois, first s 
of Georgia 

James— 

(B), from Bloyd ay 
n, first e of Rural 
Park 
Division 
Glen Drive 

JeAerson — 

(9th War d), see 
Woodlawn av 

Jeffers-on av— - 

From Washington 
n to Nowland av, 
third e of Woodruff 
Pl 

New York 

Michigan 

Tilden 

Pratt . 

Tenth 

Commerce av 

Jennison— 

(1st Ward), see 
Twenty seventh 

Jennison — 

(I), from Third n, 
first e of Line 

Jolin— 

(1st Ward), see 
Pratt 

John — 

(9th Ward), see 
Dawson 

Johnson^ 

From Brightwood 
av e to Mineral, 
fourth n of Tenth 

Johnson — 

(W I), from Judge 
Harding w to Bel- 
mont av, first s of 
Miller 

Reisner 

McLain 

Lee 

Johnson av^ 

(8th Ward), see 
Hamilton av 

Johnson av — 

(I), from Wash- 
ington av s e, first 
e of Ritter av 

Jones — 

(4th Ward), see 
Reno 

Jones— 

From S West w to 
White river, first n 
of Morris 

76 Dakota 

Jones.^ 

(I), crossing Cher- 
ry n and s, first e 
of Line 

Judge Harding — 

(W I), from W 
Washington s to 
Raymond, first w of 
Bloomington 



Oliver av 

Morris 

Lambert 

Howard 

Miller 

Johnson 

Julia — 

(N I), from North 
av n, third w of 
Schurmann av 

Julian av — 

(I), from Maple av 
e, first s of Wash- 
ington av 

Junction av — 

(I), from Ritter av 
s e to Central av, 
first w of C H & D 
R R 

Jupiter — 

From C C C & St 
L Ry s to Coyner, 
first e of Samoa 

Brookside av 

Kane— 

(Old Capitol. 5th 
Ward), from North 
n to Elizabeth, first 
w of Parkman 

Kankakee~- 

From Michigan n 
to North, first e of 
Capitol av 

Kansas— 

From 620 S Merid- 
ian w to Carlos 
50 Illinois 
100 Capitol av 

Kappus— • 

(W I), from Morris 
s to Miller, first w of 
Shepard 

Kathairine— 

From Peruway n 
to Bloyd av and s to 
Langley av, first e of 
Paw Paw 

Keaton — 

(I), from Line e, 
first n of Walnut av 

Keightley — 

(I), from Star av e, 
first s of Middle 
Kingbridge 
Temperance 
Hawkins 
Sugar 

Keith— 

From Stougliton 
av n to Louise, first 
e of Newman 

Kelly— 

(Old Spruce. 15th 
Ward), from Merid- 
ian w to Daisy, sec- 
ond s of Raymond 

Race 

Vine 

Bluff av 

Kennington^ 

From 168 E Morris 
s to Lincoln 
33 Sanders 
43 Downey 
66 Dunlop 
100 Nebraska 



Kentucky av— 

From cor Illinois 
and Washington s w 
to city limits 
54 Maryland 
100 Georgia 
150 Louisiana 
200 South 
Garden 
Eckert 
Merrill 
Sand 

Kenwood av — 

From W Twenty 
eighth n to Thirty 
eighth, first w of Il- 
linois 

Twenty ninth 

Thirtieth 

Thirty second 

Thirty third 

Thirty fourth 

Thirty fifth 

Thirty sixth 

Thirty seventh 

Ketcham^ 

From E Merrill s 
to Norwood, first e 
of S Alabama 

Ketchani— • 

(H), from Michi- 
gan s to Vermont, 
first w of Haugh 

Keystone av— 

(Old Gillard and 
Keystone av), from 
E Washington n to 
Nowland av, first e 
of Beville av 

New- York 

Michigan 

Tilden 

Pratt 

Tenth 

Progress 

Commerce av 

Pope av 

Keystone av — 

(Old Gillard av), 
from E Washington 
s to P C C & St L 
Ry, first e of Beville 
av 

King— 

From N Delaware 
w to Pennsylvania, 
first n of Thirteenth 

King— 

(5th Ward), see 
Minkher 

King— 

(Sth Ward), see 
Sturm av 

King av — 

(H), crossing Mich- 
igan n and s, first 
w of Germania av 

Kingbridge — 

(I), from English 
av s to Ayres, first 
w of Temperance 

Pure 

Brown 

Slack 

Middle 

Keightley 

Daggy 

Long 



86 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



Knox— 

From Shelby -w to 
Dexter, second s of 
Brandt 

Ivnox — 

S e of city limits, 
a continuation of 
Auburn from Bethel 
av s 

Reformers av 

Churchman av 

Raymond 

Wa'lker av 

Koerner— 

See Norwood 

Koller— 

See New- York 

Liafayette — 

From Tenth n to 
Sixteenth, first e of 
Howard 

Eleventh 

Twelfth 

Thirteenth 

Fourteenth 

Fifteenth 

r,afarette av— 

Continua t i o n of 
Bloomington n to 
limits, first w of 
White river 

ljafaT<?tte — 

(Brooklyn Hgts), 
from Turner av w 
to Fremont av. sec- 
ond n of Monroe 

I>afayette — 

(H), from Craw- 
fordsville Pike n. 
first w- of White 
river 

I>ake — 

See Twenty fourth 

I>a.ke av— 

(I), from Wash- 
ington av s. first e 
of National av 



e to Hazel, first n of 
Valley av 

Thalman av 

Gertrude 

Beech 

Lanssdale av— 

From Northwest- 
ern av w. second s 
of Fall creek 

Irfiporte av— 

(B) from How- 
land 's to Schofield, 
second e of Univer- 
sity av 

Larcli — 

From Commerce 
av n e, first w of Jef- 
ferson av 



La Salle— 

(4th Ward), see 
Montcalm. 

L.» Salle— 

(Old Watts and 
Lebanon). * "^ ° "J 

Wa.-^hington n. first 
e of Dearborn 

New York 

Michigan 

Wiilard 

Tenth 

Nowland av 

Ldiura— 

(W I), from Wash- 
ington s, first w of 
Belmont av 

Jackson 



l,ake av— 

(S) from English 
av n e to Thomas, 
first e of McPher- 
son _ . 

Sherman Drive 

l,ani1»ert — 

(W I), from Judge 
Harding w to Bel- 
mont av, first s of 
Morris 

William 

Reisner 

Me Lain 

Lee 

Shepard 

Kappus 

Lancaster— 

(B), from C C C & 
St L Ry n, first e of 
Adair 

LaneaMter av— 

From Tenth n. first 
e of La Salle av 
Progress av 
Pope av 

Iranjcley av— 

From Hillside av s 
€ to Beech, thence n 



L.aurel — 

(Old Linden ana 
Eldridge), from De- 
loss to Van Buren, 
first e of Leota 

English av 

Spann av 

Fletcher av 

Hovt av 

Lexington av 

Pleasant 

Woodlawn av 

Prospect 

Orange 

Smithson 

Cottage av 

Cypress 

Vigo 

Naomi 



Leeds— 

From Traub av w 
to Belmont av, first 
n of Washington 

L.e Grrand— 

(B H). from Mon- 
roe n to Avondale, 
second w of Turner 
av 

Le Grand av — 

(14th Ward), see 
Harvey 

Leland — 

(I), from Clifford 
av s, first e. of Line 

Lieniclce — 

From E Washing- 
ton s, third w of 
Belt R R 

Lena^- 

(I), from Worces- 
ter e to National av, 
first s of Watkinson 

Lenox— 

From Sixteenth n 
to Holton pi, first w 
of C C C & St L Ry 

Seventeenth 

Leon — 

From Michigan n 
to North, bet East 
and Liberty 

Leonard — 

From Colgrove n 
to Harvey, first e of 
Shelby (14th Ward), 
see Hamburg 

Leonard— 

From Cottage av 
s to Minnesota, 
third w of Shelby 
(14th Ward) 

Roll 

Leota^ — 

From 126 South- 
eastern av s to En- 
glish av 
50 Meek 
100 Bates 

C C C & St L 

Ry 

Deloss 



Liberty, N— 

From 300 E Wash- 
ington n to Mass av 

25 Court 

50 Market 

7S Wabash 
100 Ohio 
125 Miami 
150 New York 
166 Lockerbie 
213 Vermont 
248 Michigan 
296 North 

Liberty, S— 

From 299 E Wash- 
ington s to South 
50 Maryland 
75 Meek 
100 Georgia 
150 Louisiana 
Lord 

Lily— „ , 

From cor BrooK- 
side av and Crown e 
to Parker av, first n 
of Orchard av 

Rural 

Urbana 

Lincoln av — 

See Fifteenth 

Lincoln av— 

(W I), from Jack- 
son s to Victoria, 
first w of Harris 



Lawn — 

(B), from Warren 
n, first e of Shade 

Lawrence— 

From cor of Green- 
brier lane and Hill- 
side av s e to Rural 

Gertrude av 

Fernway 

Beech 

Hazel 

Fountain 

Lel»anon av— 

See La Salle 

(W I), from John- 
son n to Morris, 
third e of Belmont 
av 

Miller 

Howard 

Lambert 



Lester — 

From Auburn av e 
to Freeland, first s 
of English av 

Cannon 

Payne 

Crawford 

Canby 

Dupont 

Golay 

Lexington av— 

(4th Ward), see 
Sackville 

Lexington av— 

From Shelby e to 
city limits, first s Ol 
Hoyt av 
50 Olive 
KlO T^aurcl 
ir,i) Spruce 
20U State av 
220 Dawson 
270 Nelson 
Villa av 
Harlan 



Lincoln lane — 

See Lincoln 

Lincoln— 

(Old Lincoln lane), 
from Madison av e, 
fifth s of Morris 

Kennington 

Hendricks 

East 

Linden — 

(1st Ward), see 
Twelfth 

Linden— 

From Harrison s 
to Prospect, see 
Laurel 

Linden— 

From Prospect s 
to Cypress, second e 
of Shelby 

Orange 

Cottage av 

Swift 

Line — 

(I), crossing Wash- 
ington av n and s, 
first e of Maple av 

Line av— 

From Bloyd av n 
to Thirty eighth, 
third e of Hillside 

av 
Fountain 
Sutherland 
Twenty fifth 
Twenty seventh 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 
Thirtieth 
Howland 

Linwood av— 

From Washington 
n to Michigan, sev- 
enth e of Sherman 
Drive 

New York 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



87 



liOcke — 

From 175 Elizabeth 
n to Indiana av 
50 Rliode Island 
111 Margaret 
121 Maria 

Lockerbie — 

From East e to 
Noble, bet New 
York and Vermont 

50 Liberty 

L.ockTFOod — 

(O 1 d Hill), from 
Cypress s, second e 
of Shelby (14th 
Ward) 

liogan — 

From Plymouth s 
to Raymond, first w 
of East 

liOndon av^— 

From Fall creek n 
to Thirtieth, first w 
of Senate av 
• Twenty third 

Twenty fourth 

Twenty fifth 

Twenty eighth 

Twenty ninth 

Long — 

(I), from Star av 
e, first s of Daggy 
Kingbridge 
Temperance 
Hawkins 
Sugar 

Lord — 

From 163 S East e 
to Shelby 
Noble 
Concordia 
Benton 
Pine 
Ittenbach 

Liorra,iiie— 

Prom Langley av 
n to Lawrence, first 
w of Hazel 

Louise— 

From Newman n e 
to Commerce av, 
first n of Stoughton 
av 

Louise av — 

(I), from Worces- 
ter av s e to English 
av 

Louisiana, K— 

From 149 S Merid- 
ian e to Noble 
50 Pennsylvania 
100 Delaware 
150 Alabama 
200 New Jersey 
250 Bast 
275 Cook 
300 Liberty 

Louisiana, W— 

From 150 S Merid- 
ian w to Capitol av 
McCrea 
50 Illinois 

Lontliain— 

From Cottage av s, 
first e of Spruce 

Lq-w — 

(C R), from Grand 



av n, first w of 
Crescent 

Lo-well — 

(W I), from Bel- 
mont av w, first n of 
Morris 

Ludlo^v av— 

From Hillside av n 
e to Valley av, first 
e of Sheldon 

Nevada 

Lulu — 

See Clifton 

Lutlier — 

From Bothel av s, 
first e of Calvin 
Reformer's av 

Lynn— 

(11th Ward), see 
Oriental 

Lynn — 

From I D & W Ry 
n to Michigan, first 
e of Belmont av (oth 
Ward) 

50 New York 
100 Vermont 
130 Wilcox 

Lynn av^ 

(W I), from Bridge 
s w to Belt R R, 
first e of Nordyke 
av 

McCarty, E— 

From 399 S Merid- 
ian e to Virginia av 
31 Charles 

51 Union 

71 Mulberry 
81 Madison av 
C C C & St L Ry 

114 Delaware 

124 Harmon 

150 Alabama 

180 High 

258 New Jersey 

285 East 

327 Greer 

371 Beaty 

412 Water 

419 SuUivan 

McCairty, W— 

From 400 S Merid- 
ian w to White river 

37 Illinois 

76 Maple 

99 Capitol av 
123 Church 
133 McGinnis 
155 Senate av 
165 Meikel 
199 Missouri 
233 Chadwick 
247 West 

McCarty— 

(W I), from Bel- 
mont av w, first s of 
Oliver av 

MeCauley — 

From 450 S Capitol 
av w to Missouri, 
first s of McCarty 

19 Church 
McGill 

29 Meikel 

McCord— i 

From Shelby e to 



Dietz, third s of Fin- 
ley av 
Tindall 

McCorniick: — 

From Miley av o, 
second n of Wash- 
ington 

McCrea— 

From Georgia s to 
Louisiana, first w of 
Meridian 

McDonsal — 

From Shelby e, 
first s of McCord 

McGill— 

From 188 W Louis- 
iana s to South 

McGinnis — 

From W McCarty 
s to Ray, second w 
of Capitol av 

MeCauley 

Mclntire — 

(4th Ward), see 
Fourteenth 

McKenzie — 

See Armour 

McKernan— 

From 213 Buchanan 
s to Sanders, second 
w of Virginia av 

100 Dougherty 

150 Prospect 

200 Morris 

McKini av — 

From 729 E Wash- 
ington s to Williams, 
between Oriental 

and Arsenal av 

McLain, N— 

(W I), from Mor- 
ris n, first w of 
Reisner 

McLain, S — 

(W I), from Mor- 
ris s, first w of 
Reisner 

Lambert 

Howard 

Miller 

Johnson 

McLean Place — 

(Old Thirteenth), 
from Meridian w to 
Senate av. first n of 
Twenty first 

Illinois 

Capitol av 

McLene — 

(4th Ward), see 
Roach av 

McNabb— 

From 184 S Merid- 
ian w to Illinois 

McOuat— 

From 176 Patterson 
w to Hiawatha 

McPherson — 

(E of city limits, 
S), from English av 
n, second w of Sher- 
man Drive 

Twin Lake av 

Avon av 

Stanton av 



McRea — 

(14th Ward), see 
Napoleon 

Mabel — 

From Harvey n, 
fourth e of Shelby 

MacPlierson — 

(Old Grove av), 
from Twenty sev- 
enth n to Thirtieth, 
first e of Cornell av 

Macy — 

From Thirtieth n 
to Heath, first e of 
L E & W R R 

Madeira^— 

S e of city limits, 
from Prospect s, 
first e of Miami 

Madison — 

See Polk 

Madison av— 

Prom cor Meridian 
and South s e to 
Morris, thence s to 
city limits 
100 Merrill 
125 Union 
150 Norwood. 
187 McCarty 
195 Ray 
300 Delaware 
350 Wilkins 
400 Prospect 
410 Davis 
425 Morris 
485 Sanders 
500 Downey 
550 Dunlop 
582 Nebraska 

Palmer 
684 Lincoln av 
692 Minnesota 

Iowa 

San ford 

Raymond 

Ma 1 in da— 

From Kelly w 
first s of Smithson 

Malott av— 

From cor Eleventh 
and Cornell av n e 
to Columbia av 
Alvord 

64 Yandes 

Manchester — 

(1st Ward), see 
Thirtieth 

Manhattan av— 

(Brooklyn Hgts), 
from Smith av e 
first n of Tilden 

Mankedick— 

From Spruce e to 
State av, first s of 
Orange 

Manlove av— ^ 

From Hillside av n 
to Thirtieth, third e 
of Ralston av 

Long Branch 

Twenty third 

Twenty fourth 

Twenty fifth 

Twenty seventh 

Twenty eighth 

Twenty ninth 



88 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



Mansfield av— 

(N I>. from Eight- 
eenth 11, first w of 
Clara 

Maple — 

From 73 W McCar- 
tv s to Morris, sec- 
ond -v\- of Meridian 
94 Ray 

142 ^Yilkins 

Maple av— 

(I>. from Cherry 
av n. first e of Cen- 
tral av 

Margaret — 

From Rhode Is- 
land w to Hiawatha, 
fourth n of North 

25 Locke 

Maria — 

From Rhode Is- 
land w to Locke 

Marion av — 

(W I), from Oliver 
av s to Woodburn 
av, first e of War- 
ren av 

Cottage av 

Market, E— 

From Monument 
pi e to State av. 
first n of Washing- 
ton 

50 Penn 

100 Delaware 

150 Alabama 

190 New Jersey 

250 East 

300 Liberty 

350 Noble 

360 Spring 

366 Fulton 

396 Davidson 

450 Pine 

472 Hermann 

592 Highland av 
Oriental 

721 Arsenal av 

Market, "\V— 

(Old Market, Co- 
lumbia and Spring- 
field), from Monu- 
ment pi to Miley av, 
first n of Washing- 
ton 

50 Illinois 
75 Muskingum 
100 Capitol av 
150 Senate av 
175 Osage 
208 Missouri 
250 "U'est 
300 California 
a50 Blackford 
400 Geisendorff 
Blake 

White river 
Brush 
Wallace 
Greely 
Bloomington 
Decatur 
Wilmot 
Minkner 
Richland 

Markland— 

(I), from Fourth s, 
fir.st e of Jf;nnison 

Marlette Drive— 

FroTi N Senate av 
w to Northwestern 
av, fir.st s of Fall 
creek 



Highland Place 
Shriver 
AUfree 
Wendell 

Marlo-»ve av — 

A continuation of 
E Miami. from 
Preston e to Orien- 
tal, first n of Ohio 

Martba— 

(W I), from Bel- 
mont av w, between 
Howard and Miller 

Martin — 

From Shelby w to 
Dexter, fifth s of 
Brandt 

Martindale av — 

From Hillside av n 
to Thirtieth, first e 
of Columbia av 
60 Fifteenth 
132 Sixteenth 
160 Seventeenth 
210 Nineteenth 
276 Twentieth 
320 Twenty first 
Twenty second 
Twenty third 
Twenty fourth 
Twenty fifth 
Twenty seventh 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 
Thirtieth 

Maryland, E — 

From 49 S Merid- 
ian e to Alabama 
50 Pennsylvania 
100 Delaware 

Maryland, W— 

From 50 S Merid- 
ian w to city limits 
50 Illinois 
100 Capitol av 

Kentucky av 
148 Senate av 
166 Osage 
200 Missouri 
249 West 
300 California 
339 Blackford 

White river 

Henrietta 

Belmont av 

Mason — 

(9th Ward), see St 
Paul 

Mason — 

From Madison 
Road e, second s of 
Raymond 

Massaclinsetts 
av— 

From the cor of 
Ohio and Pennsylva- 
nia n e to L E & W 
R R 

r,(i New York 

]fjO Vermont 

].50 Michigan 

200 North 

2."0 Walnut 

30fJ St Clair 

?M College av 

314 Oak 

329 Fulton 

330 Ash 

370 Bellefontaine 
450 Cornell av 
500 Tandes 



550 Columbia av 
600 Martindale av 
650 Newman 
700 Sheldon 
750 Orange 
SOO Atlas 
850 Centennial 
900 Samoa 
950 Jupiter 
1000 Nowland av 

Mattie av — 

(S e of city), from 
Warren av n to Col- 
grove av, first e of 
Bloyd av 

Wade 

Bryan av 

Winchester av 

Maxfvell — 

From North n to 
Tenth, fifth w of 
Blake 

55 Elizabeth 

100 Coe 

Max^vell av— 

(I), from Walnut 
av n, first e of 
Greene 

Maylievr — 

See Twelfth 

MeadoTV— 

From Fall creek 
and Hooker n, sec- 
ond e of Glen av 

Meclianic — 

From E South s 
to Garden, between 
Meridian and Penn- 
sylvania 

Meek— 

From 64 S Liberty 
e to Leota 

49 Noble 

70 Concordia 
102 Benton 
152 Pine 
208 Shelby 

Meikel— 

From McCarty s 
to Ray, first w of 
Senate av 

50 McCauley 

Meridian, N— 

From 2 W Wash- 
ington n to city lim- 
its, dividing the city 
e and w 

22 Monument pi 
94 Ohio 
152 New York 
210 Vermont 
252 Michigan 
304 North 
350 Walnut 
410 St Clair 
4.50 Pratt 
500 St Joseph 
.528 Tenth 
.566 lOleventh 
(ISO Thirteenth 
700 Fourteenth 
SOO Sixteenth 
820 Seventeenth 
8.36 Eighteenth 
862 Nineteenth 
1000 Twenty first 
1028 McLean pi 
nOO Twenty second 
11.30 Twenty third 
119G Twenty fourth 
Twenty fifth 



Twenty eighth 
1700 Thirtieth 

Thirty second 
Thirtv third 
Thirtv fourth 
Thirtv fifth 
Thirty sixth 
Thirty seventh 
Thirty eighth 

Meridian, S— 

From 1 E Wash- 
ington s to city lim- 
its, dividing the city 
e and w 
25 Pearl 

49 Maryland 
57 Chesapeake 

99 Georgia 
135 Mobile 
149 Louisiana 
185 McNabb 
199 South 

225 Madison av 
249 Garden 
299 Merrill 
349 Norwood 
399 McCarty 
493 Ray 
543 Wilkins 
587 Morris 
620 Kansas 
633 Downey 
655 Wisconsin 

Palmer 
678 Arizona 

Minnesota 

Raymond 

Merrill, E— 

Prom 300 S Merid- 
ian e to Virginia av 

50 Madison 
Union 

50 Pennsylvania 

100 Delaware 
125 Harmon 
140 Ketcham 
145 Alabama 
200 New Jersey 
250 East 

Merrill, W— 

From 300 S Merid- 
ian w to Kentucky 
av 

50 Illinois 
75 Eddy 

100 Capitol av 

125 Willard 

150 Senate av 

200 Missouri 

250 West 

292 Eckert 

300 Rose 

Merritt — 

(H), from Michi- 
gan n, first w of La- 
fayette Road 

Summit 

Grand View av 

Miami, E-r- 

From N Meridian 
e to Noble and from 
Highland to Orient- 
al, bet Ohio and 
New York 

50 Pennsylvania 

100 Delaware 

150 Alabama 

200 New York 

225 Clinton 

250 East 

300 Liberty 

Highland av 
Oriental 

Miami, W— 

From Capitol av w 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



89 



to "West, bet Ohio 
and New York 
Roanoke 
50 Senate av 
75 Osage 
100 Missouri 
130 Toledo 

Miami — 

S e of city limits, 
from Prospect s to 
Wallace, first w of 
Madeira 

Micliigasi, E— 

From 249 N Merid- 
ian e to city limits 
50 Pennsylvania 
75 Susquehanna 
100 Delaware 
150 Alabama 
194 New Jersey 
250 Bast 
300 Liberty 
310 Cincinnati 
330 Noble 
380 Spring 
388 Fulton 
402 Davidson 
450 Pine 

C C C &StL Ry 
550 Dorman 
600 Highland av 
650 Bell 
675 Oriental 
700 My la av 
750 Arsenal av 
S50 State av 
Walcott 
Randolph 
Woodruff Place 

Columbia av 
1034 Hamilton av 
1050 Jefferson av 
1070 Ramsey av 

Keystone av 
1106 Forest av 
1112 Eureka av 
1118 Tacoma av 
1128 Excelsior av 
1134 Temple av 

Eastern av 

Rural 

La Salle 

Belt R R 

Sherman Drive 

Bradley 

Denny 

Atkinson 

Garfield av 

Gladstone av 

Colorado av 

Euclid av 



Micliigaai, \V— 

From 250 N Merid- 
ian w to city limits 
50 Illinois 
100 Capitol av 
150 Senate av 
200 Missouri 
250 West 
300 California 
348 Blackford 
366 Bright 
400 Douglass 
450 Blake 
475 Minerva 
571 Agnes 
595 Patterson 
604 Hiawatha 
050 Albert 

White river 

Blwood 

Caldwell 

Micliigan — 

(I), from Wallace 
e, second n of Wash- 
ington av 



Michigan av— 

(8 th and 9th 
Wards), see South- 
eastern av 

Micliigan road- 
See Northwestern 
av 

MicU— 

(H), from Belmont 
av w, first n of 
Grand View av 

Middle— 

From Senate av to 
Howard, between 

Tenth and Eleventh 

Middle- 
CD, from Star av e. 

first s of Slack 
King-bridge 
Temperance 

i Middle Drive— 

See Woodruff" Place 

Milbiini — 

1 From Indiana av 
1 n, first w of Trum- 
bull 

Miley av — 

(Old Miley av and 
Taylor), from W 
Washington n to 
Vermont, first w of 
Belt R R 

Market 

McCormick 

Decatur 

Beacon 

Astor 

New York 

Mill— 

From Fourteenth n 
to Eig"hteenth. sixth 
w of Meridian 
25 Fifteenth 

Sumner 
50 Sixteenth 
Seventeenth 



York, third w of 
Bloomington 

Market 

McCormick 

Beacon 

Astor 

Minnesota, E— 

(Minn esota and 
Gresham), from Me- 
ridian e to Shelby, 
first s of Palmer 

Union 

Chestnut 

J M & I R R 

Madison av 

East 

Gray 

New 

Leonard 

Ringgold av 

3Iinnesota, \V— 

From Meridian w 
to White river, first 
s of Palmer 

Illinois 

Capitol av 

Carlos 

Minter av — 

(C R). from North- 
western av w, first s 
of Grand av 

Mississippi, IV and 

S— 

See Senate av N 
and S 

Missonri, N — 

From 200 W Wash- 
ington n to Tenth 

25 Court 

50 Market 

75 Wabash 
100 Ohio 
125 Miami 
150 New York 
200 Vermont 
250 Michigan 
300 North 
350 Walnut 
500 St Clair 
616 Pratt 



Montana — 

From Sheldon e to 
Hillside av, first n 
of Sixteenth 

Montcalm — 

From Indiana av 
n to Shooting Park, 
first w of Milburn 

Fourteenth 

Fifteenth 

Sixteenth 

Seventeenth 

Eighteenth 

Monnment place- 
Formerly Circle 

Moore av— 

From Rural e to 
Grace, first s of 
Washington 

Morgan— 

(W I), from Mc- 
Lain w to Lee, first 
s of Miller 

aiorris, E — 

From 582 S Merid- 
ian e to McKernan 
22 Charles 
50 Union 
75 Mulberry 
S3 Chestnut 

J M & I R R 
150 Madison av 
283 East 
374 Wright 
Atwood 
McKernan 

Morris, 'W— 

From 588 S Merid- 
ian w to city limits 

53 Illinois 

61 Maple 
100 Capitol av 
172 Church 
200 Carlos 
253 West 
333 Dakota 
White river 



Miller— 

(W I), from Judge 
Harding w to Eagle 
creek, between How- 
ard and Johnson 

William 

Reisner 

McLain 

Lee 

Shepard 

Gilbert 

Hyatt 

Belmont av 

Miller— 

(4th Ward), see 
Nineteenth 

Mineral — 

From Tenth av n, 
first e of Brightwood 



Minerva— 

From New York n 
to North, first w of 
Blake 

70 Vermont 

140 Michigan 

Minlcner— 

(Old King, 5th 
Ward), from Wash- 
ington n to New 



3Iissonri, S — 

From 199 W Wash- 
ington s to Ray 
25 Pearl 
50 Maryland 
75 Chesapeake 

100 Georgia 

150 Louisiana 

200 South 

262 Garden 

280 Merrill 

320 Abbott 

347 Norwood 

399 McCarty 

494 Ray 

Mobile— 

From 124 S Merid- 
ian w to Capitol av 
50 Illinois 

Moesch — 

(Old Euclid av, N 
I), from cor Michi- 
gan Road and Ad- 
dison n e 
Monroe— 

(8th Ward), see 
Tilden 

Monroe— 

N e of city limits 
(Brooklyn Heights), 
from s end Turner 
av w to Fremont av 



Mox-ris — 

(B). from Bee Line 
Ry n, first e of 
Wheeler 

Park 

Division 

Twenty fifth 

Morris — 

(W I), a continua- 
tion of W Morris, 
from White river w 

Drover 

Bridge 

Nordyke av 

Hadley av 

River av 

Division 

Belt Ry 

Judge Harding 

Williams 

Reisner 

McLain 

Lee 

Belmont av 

Morrison — 

(2d Ward), see 
Eleventh 

3Iorton— 

See Iowa 

Mozart— 

From Madison av 
e to Chestnut, first 
n of Raymond 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



(H). from Wash- 
ington n. first w of 
Belmont av 

Flack 

Mullierry— 

From 69 E Mc- 
carty s to Morns 
Poplar 
Ray 
Wilkins 

Mulljerry Court- 
Between Meridian 
and Delaware, first 
n of Thirty fitth 

MTisUingnni— 

From Washington 
n between Illinois 
and Capitol av 

Myla. av— 

From Ohio to 
Michigan, first e of 
Oriental 

New York 

Vermont 

Myrtis— 

From Northwest- 
ern av e, first n of 
Fifteenth 

?faoini— 

From Shelby e to 
State av, fourth s of 
Prospect 

]L/aurel 

Spruce 

Draper 

Xapoleon- 

(Old McRea). from 
Iowa s to Raymond, 
fifth e of East 
50 Beecher 

100 Sanford 

Xationa.1 av — 

(I), from Washing- 
ton s to Ayres 
Church 
Lena 
Nora 
English av 
Fletcher av 
Huron av 



National av — 

(S I), from Shelby 
w to S Park av 

National road- 
gee W Washington 
av 

NebraMUa— 

From 'Al Madison 
av e to East. 
31 Kennington 

Hendricks 
50 S New Jersey 

Neil- 

From Washington 
s, sfccond w of Belt 
R R 

Nelson— 

(Frank and 
Quincf;), from I^ex- 
ington av s to Syca- 
more, second c of 
State av 

Woofllawn av 

Prospect 

Orange 



Nevada-- 

(14th W a r d), see 
Caven 

Nevada— 

From Mass av n e 
to Sheldon (1st 
Ward) 

Ludlow- av 

Arrow av 

Vigo 

Hillside av 

New — 

From Minnesota s 
to Raymond, fourth 
e of East 

Iowa 

Beecher 

Sanford 

New Jersey, N— 

From 200 E Wash- 
ington n to city lim- 
its 

25 Court 
48 Market 
76 Wabash 
96 Ohio 
125 Miami 
150 New York 
191 Vermont 
247 Michigan 
300 North 
352 Walnut 
400 St Clair 
449 Pratt 
489 Ft Wayne av 
491 St Joseph 
500 Tenth 
600 Eleventh 
700 Thirteenth 
770 Fifteenth 
800 Sixteenth 
870 Seventeenth 
960 Nineteenth. 
1000 Twentieth 
1050 Twenty first 
Twenty second 
Twenty third 
Twenty fourth 
Twenty fifth 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 
Thirtieth 
Thirty first 
Thirty second 



225 Clinton 
250 East 
299 Liberty 
350 Noble 
372 Spring 
384 Fulton 
393 Davidson 
406 Pine 

C C C & St L 

^y . 
550 Highland av 

Oriental 

Myla av 

Arsenal av 

N State av 

Walcott 

Randolph 

Hamilton av 

Jeft'erson av 

N Beville av 

Keystone av 

Forest av 

Tacoma av 

Temple av 

Eastern av 

Rural 

Oxford 

Gray 

LaSalle 

Belt R R 

Ne'^v York, AV— 

From 150 N Merid- 
ian w to city limits 
54 Illinois 
102 Capitol av 
150 Senate av 
174 Ellsworth 
212 Missouri 
225 Toledo 
254 West 
296 California 
352 Blackford 
384 Bright 
414 Douglass 
432 Blake 
472 Minerva 
500 Agnes 

White river 

Minkner 

Richland 

Cable 

Miley av 

Elder av 

Lynn 



New Jersey, S— 

(Old Franklin), 
from 199 E Wash- 
ington s to Ne- 
braska 
24 Pearl 
50 Maryland 
100 Georgia 
149 Louisiana 
199 South 
230 Bane 
250" Garden 
295 Merrill 
348 Norwood 
390 McCarty 
478 Bicking 
Prospect 
Sanders 
Downey 
Dunlop 

New York, E— 

(Old KolUr and 
old Ohio, from Ran- 
dolph <i to city lim- 
its), from 149 N Me- 
ridian e to city lim- 
its 

50 Pennsylvania 
98 Delaware 

150 Alabama 

175 Budd 

200 New Jersey 



NeTvman— 

From Tenth n to 
Stoughton, thence n 
w to Hillside av, 
thence n to Twenty 
fifth 

Brookside av 
Massachusetts av 
Hillside av 
Fifteenth 
Sixteenth 
Seventeenth 
Nineteenth 
Twenty first 
Twenty second 
Twenty third 
Twenty fourth 

Nevrport— 

(Old Smith), from 
39 Rhode Island n to 
Indiana av (4th 
Ward) 

42 Maria 

100 Rath bo no 

Nicholas— 

From English n to 
Thirty eighth, third 
e of Ralston av 

Howland 

Nineteenth— 

(Old Nineteenth), 
see Twenty seventh 



Nineteenth, E— 

(Old Tenth from 
P e n n s ylvania to 
Central av and old 
Ninth from Central 
av east), from Penn- 
sylvania e to Hill- 
side av, third n of 
Sixteenth 

50 Talbott av 
100 Delaware 
150 Alabama 
200 New Jersey 
250 Central av 
325 Ruckle 
350 Park av 
400 Broadway 
450 College av 
470 Ash 

500 Bellefontaine 
550 Cornell av 

L E & W R R 
600 Alvoid 
650 Yandes 
700 Columbia av 
788 Martindale av 
Newman 
Sheldon 
Atlas 

Nineteenth, W— 

(Old Tenth), from 
980 N Illinois w to 
Capitol av, third n 
of Sixteenth 

Nineteenth— 

(Old Miller av, N 
I), from Gent w, sec- 
ond n of Eighteenth 

Ninth— 

(From Central av 
n to Hillside av), see 
Nineteenth 

Ninth— 

(From gravel pit 
at foot of Highland 
Place to Talbott av), 
see Eighteenth 

Ninth— 

(From Northwest- 
ern av to first alley 
w of Senati av), see 
Holton Place 



Noble— 

(5th Ward), see 
Brush 

Noble, N— 

From 350 B Wash- 
ington n to cor Mas- 
sachusetts av and St 
Clair 

50 Market 

75 Wabash 

100 Ohio 

lliS Miami 

150 New York 

178 Lockerbie 

216 Vermont 

250 Michigan 

306 North 

389 St Clair 

Noble, S— 

From 351 E Wash- 
ington s to Virginia 
av 

50 Maryland 
64 Meek 

100 Georgia 

135 Bates 

150 Louisiana 

170 Lord 

177 Harrison 

200 South 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



91 



200 Fletcher av 

240 Huron 

275 Woodlawn av 

Nora — 

(I), from Parker e 
to National av, first 
s of Lena 

NordyUe av— 

(W I), from Morris 
s w to I U Ry, bet 
Hadley and Lynn 
avs 

Normau— 

From Daisy w, 
first s of Raymond 
Tassie 

Nortli, E— 

From 297 N Merid- 
ian e to Oriental 
50 Pennsylvania 
50 Ft Wayne av 
75 Susquehanna 
100 Delaware 
125 Hudson 
150 Alabama 
175 Tremont 
200 New Jersey 
250 Mass av 
250 East 
275 Leon 
300 Liberty 
318 Cincinnati 
350 Noble 
426 Spring 
434 Fulton 

Peru av 
452 Davidson 

Pine 

Dorman 

Highland av 

Nortli, W— 

From 300 N Merid- 
ian w to White 
river 

50 Illinois 
100 Capitol av 
150 Senate av 
175 Wood 
200 Missouri 
225 Fayette 
250 West 
291 California 
356 Blackford 
400 Bright 
428 Douglass 
450 Blake 
494 Minerva 
540 Agnes 

Patterson 
566 Hiawatha 

Maxwell 
604 Albert 

Wilson 

Barnhill 

Caldwell 

Elwood 

Porter 

Parkman 

Kane 

Chester 

Elgin 

Sherman Drive 



Nortli Broofeside 
av— 

See Brookside av 



mont av, 
Monroe 



first n of 



North av — 

(N I), from Schur- 
mann av w to White 
river, first n of 
Wells 

Clara 

Twenty ninth 

Julia 

White 

Grove 

Woodbine 

Vale 



NortliAvestern av— 

(Old Michigan 
Road), from cor 
West and Fifteenth 
n to Thirty eighth 

Sixteenth 

Seventeenth 

Eighteenth 

Nineteenth 

Twenty first 

Langsdale 

Wilmington 

Twenty third 

Twenty fourth 

Twenty seventh 

Twenty eighth 

Udell 

Twenty ninth 

Eugene 

Thirtieth 

Thirty first 

Norwooul, E— 

(Old Phipps, Koer- 
ner, Sinker and 
Gimbel), from 349 S 
Meridian e to Vir- 
ginia av 

Union 

Pennsylvania 

Madison av 

J M & I R R 

Delaware 

Harmon 

Alabama 

Ketcham 

New Jersey 

East 

Greer 

Beaty 

Nor-*vood, W — 

(Old Norwood, 
Catharine and Roe), 
from 48 Russell av 
w to city limits, first 
s of Merrill 

Illinois 

Capitol av 

Missouri 

Chadwick 

West 

Rose 

Dakota 

JfOTvland av — 

(Old S Brookside 
av), from cor Com- 
merce av and Wind- 
sor n e to Parker 
av, thence e to Col- 
fax 

Larch 

Jefferson av 

Ramsey av 

Keystone av 

Eureka av 

Temple av 

Rural 

Brookland av 

Parker av 

Oakland av . 

Waverly 

LaSalle 

Lancaster 



Oak— 

From Mass av n 
to Eleventh, first e 
of College av 

65 Pratt 

96 Tenth 

Oak— 

(B H), from Tur- 
ner av w to Fre- 



Oals- 

(I), from Walnut 
av n, first e of Line 

Oakland av— 

(Old Concord and 
Oakland av), from 
B Michigan n to 
Nowland av, first e 
of Hubbard 

Topp Place 

Tenth 

Progress av 

Pope av 

OakvFOod — 

From Hillside av e 
to Line, first n of 
Fountain 

Ohio, E— 

From 99 N Merid- 
ian e to Randolph 
50 Pennsylvania 
100 Delaware 
150 Alabama 
200 New Jersey 
224 Clinton 
250 East 
298 Liberty 
350 Noble 
360 Spring 
386 Fulton 
396 Davidson 
400 Pine 
450 Hermann 
600 Highland av 
645 Oriental 
675 Myla av 
700 Arsenal av 
760 State av 
Walcott 

Oliio, W— 

From 94 N Merid- 
ian w to city limits 
50 Illinois 
92 Capitol av 
150 Senate av 
196 Missouri 
2L3 Toledo 
248 West 

Blackford 
Geisendorff 
Douglass 
Blake 

Ohio— 

(From Randolph e 
to city limits), see 
New York 

Ohio— 

(I), from Wallace 
e, first n of Wash- 
ington av 

Ohmer av — 

(I), from P C C & 
St L Ry s w to Uni- 
versity av, thence s 
e to Downey, first e 
of Butler av 

Old Mill Race— 

From Maxwell w, 
n of West Washing- 
ton av 



Olin— 

From Ohio s, first 
e of La Salle 

Olive— 

From Harrison s 
beyond Cypress, 
first e of Shelby 



Deloss 
Englisli av 
Spann av 
Fletcher av . 
Hoyt av 
Lexington av 

50 Pleasant 

75 Woodlawn av 

100 Prospect 

200 Orange 

300 Cottage av 

Oliver av — 

(W I), from White 
river w, first s of 
South 

Drover 

Birch av 

Ethel 

Garland 

Ashland 

Marion av 

Edward 

Warren 

Osgood 

Division 

Shover 

Arbor 

Chase 

Judge Harding 

Belmont av 

Olney— 

(Old Hall), from 
Washington s, first 
e of Tuxedo 

Omer— 

From Brookside av 
e to Lambeth, first n 
of Tenth 

Ontario- 
See Twenty fifth 

Orange- 

From Edgewood e 
to city limits, first s 
of Prospect 

Ringgold av 

Barth av 

Shelby 

Olive 

Linden 

Laurel 

Spruce 

Evison 

State av 

Harlan 

Pleasant av 

Orange av— 

See Commerce av 

Orchard— 

(I), from Washing- 
ton av s, first e of 
Line 

Orchard av— 

From Nowland av 
n e to Parker av, 
first s of Brookside 
av 

Crown 

Eureka av 

Temple av 

Rural 

Orchard av— 

(N I), n e of city 
limits, from Schur- 
mann av w to White 
river, first n of 
North av 

Oi-egon — 

From Darnell n to 
Mclntyre, first w of 
West 

85 Mayhew 

100 Drake 



92 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



Orient — 

(N I), from North- 
western av w, first s 
of Lake 

Oriental, \— 

(Old Hanna). from 
Washington n to 
Tenth, first e of 
Hig-hland av 
50 Market 

100 Ohio 

Maj'lowe av 

150 New York 

200 Vermont 
Sturm av 

250 Michigan 

3(X) North 

r,o0 St Cliur 

400 Pratt 

450 Polk 

Orieutal. S — 

(Oriental and 
Lynn), from t)9:> K 
Washing ton s to 
Bates 

33 Williams 

Southeastern av 

itriole — 

From Nebi-aska to 
T^incoln. second w of 
Kast 

Orplian— 

See Cottage av 

Osag-e — 

N and s crossing 
Washington, first w 
of Senate av 

Osage alley — 

See Osage 

O.sagre siv — 

See Colfax 

O.sear — 

■ (14th Ward), see 
<_'aIhoun 

Oscar — 

Prom Ream n, 
third e of ^\'l^ile 
river (15th Ward) 

OttgooA — 

(W I), from Oliver 
av n, fourth e of 
Judge Harding 

O.tford— 

(2d Ward). see 
Fowler 

Oxford— 

From Washington 
n to New York, first 
(• of Rural 

I'lvcn. — 

l-'rom cor Indiana 
av and St (Jlair n to 
Tenth 

.50 Pratt 

I'acinc— 

(S I), from South 
Park av e to Aurora, 
second s of National 
av 

I'nimer — 

From 8:>3 S Merid- 
ian e to Madison av 
25 Charles 
50 Union 
Chestnut 



Fenneman 
J M & I R R 

Panisy — 

Fro m Brighton 
boulevard w to Fall 
creek, first s of 
Twenty first 

Paris av — 

From Fall creek n 
to Thirtieth, third w 
of Senate av 

Twenty third 

Twentv fourth 

Twenty fifth 

Twenty eighth 

Twenty ninth 

Park— 

(B). from Rural e 
to Morris, first s of 
Division 

James 

Harriet 

Wheeler 

Park av — 

From Massachu- 
setts av n to Thir- 
tieth, first e of Katt 
52 St Clair 
66 Arch 

103 Pratt 

120 Tenth 

159 Eleventh 

210 Twelfth 

24S Thirteenth 

336 Fifteenth 

400 Sixteenth 

450 Soventeentli 

500 Nineteentli 

550 Twentieth 

600 Twenty first 

650 Twenty second 

700 Twenty third 
Twentv fourth 
Twenty fifth 
Sutherland av 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 

Parlv Front— 

From Brookside av 
e to Lambeth, sec- 
ond n of Tenth 

Parker— 

(I), from Brook- 
ville av i., first w of 
National av 

Parker av— 

From Tenth and 
Massachusetts av n 
to C C C & St L Ry, 
first e of Brookland 
av 

Progress av 

Pope av 

Nowland av 

Orchard av 

Lily 

TJrbana 

Brookside av 

Parkinan— ■ 

From North n to 
Elizal)eth, first w of 
Porter 

Pa.tterHon — 

From Vermont n 
to I01izaV)eth, third 
w of Hlake 

](j6 Michigan 

162 North 

Patton— 

From Brightwood 



av e to Mineral, sec- 
ond n of Cale 

PaT»' Pa--»v — 

From Fernway n 
to Bloyd av, first e 
of Cooper 

Payne — 

From English av s 
to Prospect, first e 
of Cannon 

Lester 

Woodburn av 

Aldrich 

Pearl, B— 

From 24 S Merid- 
ian e to Pine 
50 Pennsylvania 
100 Delaware 
150 Alabama 
175 Erie 

200 New Jersey 
250 East 
400 Benton 

Pearl, W— 

From 25 S Merid- 
ian w to White river 
50 Illinois 
100 Capitol av 
150 Senate av 
200 Missouri 
2.50 West 
300 California 
350 Blackford 

Peek— 

F r om Nineteenth 
s, first w of Central 
av 

Penrtergas t— - 

From Concord w, 
first n of Michigan 

Pennsylvania, IV — 

From .50 E Wash- 
ington n to Thirty 
eightli 

24 Court 
50 Market 
75 Wabash 

100 Ohio 
149 New York 
199 Vermont 
258 Michigan 
298 North 
352 Walnut 
402 St Clair 
442 Pratt 
498 St Joseph 
570 Tenth 
612 Eleventh 
632 Thirteenth 
700 Fourteenth 
790 Sixteenth 
830 Seventeenth 
900 Nineteenth 
1000 Twenty first 
1100 Twenty second 
11.30 Twenty third 
1164 Twentv fourth 
1250 Twenty fifth 
Twenty eighth 
Thirtieth 
Thirty second 
Thirty third 
Thirty fourth 
Thirty sixth 
Eitel av 

l»ennsyl-»iinia, S— 

From 49 E Wash- 
ington H to Madison 
av 

25 Pearl 

49 Maryland 
75 (Chesapeake 
93 Georgia 



146 Louisiana 
200 South 
287 Merrill 

Pennsylvania, 
av^ 

(S I), from Nation- 
al av s to State av, 
first w of Aurora 

Perry— 

From Shelby w to 
Dexter, fourth n of 
Brandt 

Pern av — 

From cor of Ful- 
ton and North n e 
to Mass av 
25 St Clair 
40 Pratt 
100 Cross 

Pliipps — 

See Norwood 

Pliipps — 

(B), from Pendle- 
ton Road s, second 
w of Lancaster 

Pieken— 

From Nineteenth n 
to Belt R R, second 
e of Sheldon 

Twentieth 

Twenty first 

Pierce — 

See Wilmot 

Pike- 
Prom Sheldon e to 

Hillside av, first n of 

Twentieth 
Atlas 
Picking 
Tipton 

Pine, N — 

From 500 E Wash- 
ington n to Peru av 
50 Market 
103 Ohio 
150 New York 
204 Vermont 
254 Michigan 
304 North 
344 Biddle 
400 St Clair 

Fowler 

Pratt 

Pine, S— 

From 501 E Wash- 
ington s to Harri- 
son, thence s w to 
346 Virginia av 
Daly 
50 Mao'land 
55 Meek 

100 Georgia 

125 Bates 

150 Louisiana 

191 Lord 

195 Harrison 

200 English av 

268 Fletcher av 

300 Huron 

340 Elm 

Pleasant — 

From Shelby e to 
St Paul, second n of 
Prospect 
50 Olive 
100 Laurel 
150 Spruce 
200 State av 
Dawson 
Nelson 
Villa av 
Harlan 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



93 



Pleasant — 

(I), from Washing-- 
ton n to Michigan, 
first e of Summit 

Pleasant av — 

(14th Ward), see 
Churchman av 

Pleasant av — 

(I), from Walnut 
av n w, first e of 
Graham 

Plnm— 

From 539 W Wash- 
ington s, second w 
of White river 

Plnm a;lley— 

See Plum 

Plymouth — 

Prom Chestnut c 
to East, first n of 
Ravmond 

Webb 

Randell 

Logan 

Plymouth av— 

(H), from Lafay- 
ette w, first n Craw- 
fordsville pike 

Polk— 

(Old Madison), 

from C C C & St L 

By e to Oriental, 

second n of St Clair 

50 Dorman 

100 Highland av 

Pope av — 

From Keystone av 
e to Colfax, third n 
of Tenth 

Eureka av 

Temple av 

Rural 

Brookland av 

Parker av 

Oakland av 

Waverly av 

La Salle 

Lancaster 

Poplar — 

From Union e to 
Chestnut, first s of 
McCarty 

Mulberry 

Poplar>— 

(B), from Warren 
,n, first e of Depot 

Porter — 

From North n to 
Elizabeth, first w of 
Elwood 

Post av— 

From Crawfords- 
\ille Pike n to 
Eighteenth, first e of 
Schurmann av 

Indiana av 

Fifteenth 

Sixteenth 

Seventeenth 

Prairie — 

See Tacoma 

Pratt, E— 

(Old Pratt, Gregg, 
Vine, John and 
G r e e n castle av), 
from 455 N Meridian 
e to city limits 



Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Alabama 

Ft Wayne av 

New Jersey 

East 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

Oak 

Ash 

Bellefontaine 

Massachusetts av 

L E & W R R 

Dorman 

Highland Place 

Oriental 

U S Arsenal gr'nds 

Woodruff Place 

Tecumseh 

Hamilton av 

Jefferson av 

Ramsey av 

Keystone av 

Eureka av 

Temple av 

Pratt, W— 

From 456 N Merid- 
ian w to Paca, 
thence n w to Tenth 
50 Illinois 

100 Capitol av 

125 Roanoke 

150 Senate av 

C C C & St L Ry 

200 Missouri 

225 Fayette 

250 West I 

275 California 

312 Camp 

360 Paca 

400 Blake 

Preston — 

From Ohio to Mar- 
lowe av, first w of 
Highland av 

Progress av — 

(Old Clay), from 
Keystone av e to 
Colfax, first n of 
Tenth 

Eureka av 

Temple av 

Rural 

Brookland av 

Parker av 

Oakland av 

Waverly 

La Salle 

Lancaster av , 

Prospect — 

(Old Cotaurn), from 
Madison av e be- 
yond city limits, first 
n of Morris 

High 

New Jersey 

East 

Wright 

McKernan 

Hunter 

Virginia av 

Shelby 

Olive 

Linden 

Laurel 

Spruce 

Evison 

State av 

Dawson 

Nelson 

Villa av 

Harlan 

Churchman av 

St Paul 

St Peter 



Auburn av 

Cannon 

Payne 

Crawford 

Canby 

Dupont 

Golay 

Freeland 

Madeira 

Earhart 

Pure — 

(I), from Star av e, 
first s of English av 
Kingbridge 
Temperance 

Putnam— 

(B)), from Shade e 
to Brightwood av, 
first s of Pendleton 
Road 

Queen av— 

(Old Spring, N I), 
from Fall creek e, 
first s of Lake 

Q.nill— 

From Naomi s, 
first w of State av 

Quince- 
See Nelson 

Quincy — 

From Southeastern 
av to Bates, first e 
of Oriental 

Quincy— 

(I), from Washing- 
ton av n, first w of 
Summit 

Race — 

See Collins (4th 
Ward) 

Race — 

From Raymond s 
to Kelly, first w of S 
Meridian (15th Wai'd) 

Tabor 

Rachel— 

From W Maryland 
s to I U Ry, first w 
of Blackford 

Rader — 

(N I), from cor C 
C C & St L Ry and 
Twenty fourth n, 
third w of North- 
western av 

Chicago 

Twenty fifth 

Twenty sixth 

Roache av 

Twenty seventh 

Twenty eighth 

Udell 

Twenty ninth 

Eugene 

Thirtieth 

Thirty first 

Ethel av 

Congress 

Thirty second 

Railroad — 

(I), from Line av 
e to East 

Ralston av— 

(Old Harrison av), 
from Twenty first n 
to L E & W R R, 
fifth e of Columbia 
av 



Twenty second 
Twenty third 
Twenty fourth 
Twenty fifth 
Jennison 
Twenty seventh 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 
Thirtieth 
Fleet 
English 
Heath 
Howland 

Ramsey av— 

From Michigan n 
to Nowland av, 
fourth e of Wood- 
ruff pi 

Tilden 

Tenth 

Commerce 

Randolph— 

(1st Ward), see 
Ninth 

Randolph — 

From 900 E Wash- 
ington n to Michi- 
gan (8th Ward) 

New York 

Vermont 

Sturm av 

Range — 

See Forest av 

Ransdell — 

From Raymond n 
to J M & I R R, sec- 
ond e of Madison av 

Rathbone — 

From Newport w, 
fourth n of Eliza- 
beth 

Rit\>les av — 

(1). from Central 
av s e, first s of 
Beechwood av 

Ray. E— 

From 493 S Merid- 
ian e to Madison av 

25 Charles 

50 Union 

77 Mulberry 
100 Chestnut 

Ray, W— 

(Ray and Shearer), 
from 492 S Meridian 
w to White river 
50 Illinois 
75 Maple 
100 Capitol av 
125 Church 
McGill 
128 Meikel 
138 Carlos 
150 Missouri 
175 Chadwick 
West 
Dakota 

Ray— 

(I), from Clifford 
av s, second e of 
Line 

Raymond, E — 

(R a y m o n d and 
Colgrove), from S 
Meridian e to Knox, 
third s of Belt R R 

Chestnut 

Madison av 

Webb 

Ransdell 



94 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



J M & I R R 

Logan 

East 

Singleton 

Gray 

Applegate 

New 

Napoleon 

Ringgold av 

Barth av 

Shelby 

Hamburg 

GaJena 

Boyd av 

Mattie av 

Raymond, AV — 

From S Meridian 
w, third s of Belt 
R R 

Race 

Vine 

Bluff av 

Daisy 

Tassie 

"^ hite river 

Ream— 

From Daisy w to 
T\'hite river, fourth 
s of Raymond 

Yassie 

Burford 

Oscar 

Dett 

Ream — 

(Brooklyn Hgts). 
from C C C & St L, 
Ry w to Fremont 
av, fifth n of Monroe 

Reljecen — 

See Twenty ninth 

Reformer's av — 

From Knox e, first 
s of Bethel av 

Reich-*vein — 

From W Washing- 
ton s, first w of Belt 
R R 

Reisner, X^ 

(W I), from Morris 
n. first w of William 

Reisner, S — 

(W I), from Morris 
s, first w of William 
Lambert 
Howard 
Miller 
Johnson 

Rembrandt — 

From Indiana av 
n, first w of Mont- 
calm 

Reno— 

(Old Jones, N I), 
from Saekville w to 
Schurmann av, first 
n. of Jackson 



R€*at»en — 

From Kfichwein w 
to Helmont av, first 
s of Washington 

Neil 

Lf-mrrke 

Thompson 

Rey-noldH av— 

(U), from Grand 
View av n, first w of 
Lafayette Road 



Rbode Island— 

From 408 Blake w 
to Hiawatha 
25 Athon 
63 Newport 
75 Locke 

Rieliard — 

See Sixteenth 

Rieliland — 

(Old Wright), from 
Washington n, first 
w of King (oth 
Ward) 

Market 

Beacon 

Ringgold av— 

(Old W a 1 1 a c k,) 
from Sanders s to 
Raymond, second w 
of Shelby 

Orange 

Cottage av 

Roll 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Beecher 

Sanford 

Ritter av— 

(I), crossing Wash- 
ington av n and s, 
first e of Elm av 

River— 

From Missouri w 
to White river, first 
n of Merrill 

River— 

(N I), from North 
av n, first e of White 
river 

River av— 

(W I), from inter- 
section of Oliver av 
and White river s w 
to Morris 

Cottage av 

Woodburn av 

Standard av 

Division 

i Roache- 

I From Washington 
n, e of city limits, to 
New York, second w 
of Sherman Drive 

Roaclie av— 

(Old McLene, N I), 
from Northwestern 
av w to Schurmann 
av, fourth n of Chi- 
cago 

Annette 

Rader 

Clifton 

Burton av 

Grover 

Roanoke — 

From Walnut n to 
Tenth, between Cap- 
itol av and Senate 
av 

-,0 St Clair 

100 Pratt 



Rock— 

From S Meridian 
e to Madison av, sec- 
ond s of Bolt R R 

llock-»vood — 

(l?.th Ward), sec 
Lord 



Roe — 

See Norwood 

Roll— 

From Leonard e to 
Shelby, first s of 
Cottage av 

Ringgold av 

Barth av 

Romaine — 

From Daisy w to 
White river, second 
s of Raymond 

Burford 

Oscar 

Root— 

From 404 S West w 
to White river 

Root— 

(Brooklyn Hgts), 
from C C C & St L 
Ry n to Fremont av, 
fourth n of Monroe 

Rose — 

From Merrill s to 
Norwood, first w of 
West 

Grant 

Roseline — 

From Brookside av 
to Orchard av, first 
e of Jupiter 

Royal av— 

From Thirtieth n, 
second e of L E & 
W R R 

RncUer — 

Fi'om Ream n, 
first e of White 
river 

Rnckle — 

From E Seven- 
teenth n to Twenty 
first, first e of Cen- 
tral av 

Nineteenth 

Twentieth 

Rnddell— 

From N Illinois w 
to Capitol av, first n 
of Twenty seventh 



Rural, IV— 

From Washington 
n to city limits, first 
e of Eastern av 
New York 
Michigan 
Tenth 

Progress av 
Commerce av 
Pope av 
Nowland av 
Orchard av 
Lily 
Urbana 

Brookside av 

Massachusetts av 

C C C & St L Ry 

Lawrence 

Bloyd av 

Park 

Pruitt 

Division 

Glen Drive 

Twenty fifth 



P C C & St L Ry 

Southeastern av 

Rnss — 

From Brightwood 
av e to Mineral, sec- 
ond n of Tenth 

Russell av— 

From 30O S Illinois 
(cor Merrill) s e to 
McCarty 

61 Norwood 

Ruth— 

(W I), from W 
Wasiiington s, first 
w of Artdison 

Jacksoi. 

Saekville — 

(Old Lexington av, 
4th Ward, N I), 
from W Twenty first 
n to Twenty third, 
first w of Fall creek 

Salim — 

From Alabama e 
to Central av, first n 
of Pratt 

St. Cliarles — 

See Draper 

St. Clair. E— 

From 409 N Merid- 
ian e to Oriental 
50 Pennsylvania 
100 Delaware 
150 Ft Wayne av 

Alabama 
200 New Jersey 
250 East 

Park av 
300 Broadway 

College av 

Massachusetts 
av 

Spring 
424 Fulton 
465 Peru av 
553 Pine 

C C C & StL Ry 
600 Dorman 
650 Highland av 

St. Clair, W— 

From 41U N Merid- 
ian w to Indiana av 

25 Superior 

.50 Illinois 
100 Capitol av 
150 Senate av 
200 Missouri 
225 Fayette 
250 West 
270 California 
300 Camp 
350 Paca 

St. Elmo— 

From Naomi s to 
Van Buren, first w 
of State av 

St. Josepli, E— 

From 497 N Merid- 
ian e to Ft Wayne 
av 

50 Pennsylvania 

100 Delaware 

140 Alabama 



Rnral, S— 

From Washington 
s to English av, first 
e of Eastern av 

Moore 



St. Josepli, AV— 

From N Meridian 
w to Illinois, fourth 
w of North 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



95 



St. Marie av — 

See Wade 

St. Mary- 
See Tenth 

St. Paul— 

(Old Mason and St 
Paul), from South- 
eastern av s to 
Bethel av, second w 
of Auburn av 

English av 

Spann av 

Fletcher av 

Geneva 

Lexington av 

Pleasant 

Woodlawn av 

Prosppct 

Stanton av 

St. Peter— 

From C C C & St 
L Ry s to Prospect, 
first w of Auburn 
av 

Woodlawit av 

Salem— 

(Old Superior, 4th 
Ward), from W 
Thirty fourth n to 
Thirty sixth, first w 
of Meridian 

Samoa — 

From C C C & St 
L. Ry s to Coyner, 
first e of Centennial 

Sample — 

(W I), from Judge 
Harding e to Belt R 
R, first n of Morris 

Sand — 

From Kentucky av 
s e to McCarty, first 
s of Merrill 

Sanders— 

From Madison av 
e to Shelby, first s 
of Morris 

Kennington 

New Jersey 

East 

Wright 

Edgewood 

Ringgold av 

Barth av 

Sanford— 

From East e to 
ghelby. first n of 
Raymond 

Singleton 

Gray 

Applegate 

New 

Napoleon 

Ringgold av 

Barth av 

Sangster av — 

From Twenty first 
n to Thirtieth, sec- 
e of Ralston av 
Long Branch 
Twenty third 
Twenty fourth 
Twenty fifth 
Twenty seventh 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 

Scbofield— 

(B), con tinuation 
of Thirtieth from 



Morris to National 
av 

Shade 

Gale 

Station 

Brightwood av 

Foundry 

Hope 

School 

Wood 

Hare 

Bartholoinew 

Adair 

Lancaster 

Edward 

Espy 

Baird 

Seliofield av — 

From Twenty first 
n to Thirtieth, first 
e of Ralston av 
Twenty third 
Twsnty fourth 
Twenty fifth 
Twenty seventh 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 

School — 

See Irving pi 

School — 

(B), from Warren 
s, first e of Bright- 
wood av 

Schnrmann av— • 

(N I), from Indi- 
ana av n to junc- 
tion C C C & St L 
Ry and Thirtieth 

Eighteenth 

Nineteenth 

Twenty first 

Twenty second 

Fremont 

Collett av 

Hibbard av 

North av 

Roache av 

Orchard av 

Twenty eighth 

Udell 

Scioto — 

N and s crossing 
Washington, first e 
of Meridian 

Scott— 

Fi-om Tenth to 
Eleventh, bet Illi- 
nois and Capitol av 

Second— 

(Old Second), from 
Delaware w to Fall 
creek, see Eleventh 

Second — 

(Old Second), from 
Delaware w to Cen- 
tral av, see Twelfth 

Second— 

(I), from Line e, 
first s of P C C & 
St L Ry 

Senate av, IV — 

From 152 W Wash- 
nigton n to Thirty 
eighth 

25 W Court 
54 Market 
75 Wabash 
100 Ohio 
128 Miami 
152 New York 



200 Vermont 

225 Allegheny 

252 Michigan 

300 North 

364 Walnut 

400 St Clair 

476 Pratt 

526 Tenth 

576 Eleventh 

624 Twelfth 

670 Thirteenth 

724 Fourteenth 

764 Fifteenth 

822 Sixteenth 

850 Seventeenth 

900 Eighteenth 

964 Niaeteenih 
Twentieth 
Twenty first 
Twenty third 
Twenty fourth 
Twenty fifth 
Twenty sixth 
Twenty seventh 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 
Thirtieth 
Thirty first 
Thirty second 
Thirty third 
Thirty fourth 
Thirty fifth 
Thirty sixth 
Thirty seventh 

Senate av, S— 

From 149 W Wash- 
ington s to Merrill 

25 Pearl 

42 Maryland 
100 Georgia 
125 Mobile 
150 Louisiana 
200 South 
242 Garden 

Seventeenth — 

(Old Seventeenth), 
see Twenty fifth 

Seventeenth, E— 

(Old Eighth), from 
N Meridian e to Hill- 
side av, first n of 
Sixteenth 

Pennsylvania 

Talbott av 

Delaware 

Alabama 

New Jersey 

Central av 

Ruckle 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

Ash 

Bellefontaine 

Guffin 

L E & W R R 

Alvord 

Yandes 

Columbia av 

Martindale av 

Newman 

Sheldon 

Seventeenth, W — 

(Old Eighth and 
Humboldt), from N 
Meridian w to city 
limits, first n of Six- 
teenth 

Illinois 

Hall pi 

Capitol av 

Senate av 

C C C & St L Ry 

Lenox 

Mill 

Northwestern av 



Canal 

Fall creek 

Milburn 

Montcalm 

Rembrandt 

Post av 

Sugar Grove av 

Seventh — 

See Sixteenth 

Shade— 

(B), from Warren 
av n. first e of 
Adams 

Shank— 

(I), from Line av 
e, first s of Walnut 

Sharpe— 

(12th Ward), see 
Garden 

Sharpe av — 

From P C C & St 
L Ry s, first e of 
Auburn av (9th 
Ward) 

Southeastern av 



Sheai 

See Ray 

Sheffield— 

(W I), crossing 
Morris n and s, first 
w of Belmont av 

Sheffield av — 

(H), from Vermont 
n, first w of Belmont 
av 

Shelby— 

(Old Dillon and 
Shelby), from Meek 
s to city limits, first 
e of Pine 

Georgia 

Bates 

Lord 

Harrison 

Cedar 

Deloss 

English av 

Spann av 

Fletcher av 

Grove 

Hoyt av 

Huron 

Lexington av 

Elm 

Pleasant 

Hosbrook 

Woodlawn av 

Boone 

Prospect 

Virginia av 

Sanders 

Orange 

Cottage av 

Pleasant Run 

Twenty third 

Cypress 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Naomi 

Beecher 

Belt R R 

Van Buren 

Sanford 

Harvey 

Raymond 

Wincnester 

Bryan 

Wade 

Bradbury 

Finley av 



96 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



Sheldon— 

From Mass av n to 
city limits, first e of 
Newman 

C C C & St L Ry 

Hillside av 

Sixteenth 

Montana 

Seventeenth 

Nineteenth 

Twentieth 

Pike 

Twenty first 

Twenty second 

Twentv fourth 

Twenty fifth 

Shepard— 

(W I), from Lam- 
bert s to Miller, sec- 
ond e of Belmont av 

Sheridaai — 

(4th Ward), see 
Wayne 

Sherman Drive, K 

From E Washing- 
ton n to Tenth, 
fourth e of Belt R R 

Sherman Drive, W 

From E Washing- 
ton s to Churchman 
av, fourth e of Belt 
R R 

Shoemaker — 

See Twenty sev- 
enth 

Short— 

(13th Ward), see 
Hunter 

Short— 

From Walker av e, 
first s of Bradbury 
(14th Ward) 

Shover — 

(W I), from Oliver 
av n, third e of 
Judge Harding 

Shriver — 

From W Twenty 
first n to Fall creek, 
third e of North- 
western av 

Seibert- 

From Cypress n, 
first e of Olive 

Singleton — 

From Iowa s to 
Raymond, first e of 
East 

50 Beecher 

100 Sanford 

Sinlcer— 

See Norwood 

Sixteenth — 

(O 1 d Sixteenth), 
see Twenty fourth 

Sixteenth, E— 

fOld Seventh), 
from N Meridian e 
to Hillside av, first n 
of Fifteenth 

50 Pennsylvania 

Talbott av 
100 Delaware 
150 Alabama 
200 New Jersey 
2.50 Central av 



300 Park av 
350 Broadway 
375 College av 
400 Ash 

500 Bellefontaine 
550 Cornell av 

L, E & W R R 
543 Alvord 
560 Yandes 
5St) Columbia av 
64) Marlindale av 
670 Newman 
72S Sheldon 

Sixteentli, W— 

(Old Seventh and 
Richard), from N 
Meridian w to city 
limits, first n of Fif- 
teenth 

50 Illinoi'? 
Hall pi 
100 Capitol av 
150 Senate av 

C C C & St L 
Ry 

250 Lenox 
, 252 Howard 
260 Mill 

Northwestern 
av 

Canal 

Pall creek 

Milburn 

Montcalm 

Rembrandt 

Post av 

Indiana av 

Sixth- 
See Fifteenth 

Slaeli— 

(I), from Star av e, 
first s of Brown 
Kingbridge 
Temperance 

Smith— 

From N Illinois w 
to the canal, bet 
Twelfth and Thir- 
teenth (3d Ward) 
.50 Capitol av 
100 Senate av 

C C C & St L 

Ry 
Howard 

Smith— 

(1.3th Ward), see 
Alabama 

Smith- 

(5th Ward), see 
Newport 

Smith av— 

(Brooklyn Hgts), 
from Monroe n to 
Avondale, first w of 
Turner av 

SmithHon — 

From Laurel e to 
Spruce, first s of 
Orange 

South, E— 

From V.i'J S Merid- 
ian e to Noble 

49 Pennsylvania 

99 Delaware 
153 Alabama 
199 New Jersey 
249 East 
309 Irving pi 

Sonth, W— 

From 200 S Merid- 



ian w to Kentucky 
av 

50 Illinois 
75 Eddy 

100 Capitol av 

149 Senate av 

183 McGill 

195 Missouri 

249 West 

Sonth— 

(W I), from Drover 
w, first n of Oliver 
av 

Ethel 

Garland 

Ashland 

Edward 

Osgood 

Shover 

Coffey 

Chase 

Judge Harding 

Sonth av — 

(I), from Grand av 
s, first e of Central 



Sontli Broolcside 
o v^ 

See Nowland av 

Sontli Park av — 

(S I), from Nation- 
al av s to State av, 
fourth w of Shelby 

Southeastern av — 

From 503 E Wash- 
ington s e to Na- 
tional av 

Cruse 

Shelby 
128 Leota 
167 Oriental 
175 Quincy 
219 Warren 

McKim av 

Arsenal av 

Detroit 
2.33 Summit 
269 State av 

St Paul 

Auburn av 

Woodside av 

English av 

Canby 

Dupont 

Golay 

Freeland 

Sherman Drive 

Southern av — 

From S Meridian e 
to Shelby, first s of 
Hoefgen 

Madison av 

J M & I R R 

Bean creek 

Spann av — 

From Shelby, first 
s of English av, e to 
city limits 
.50 Olive 
100 Laurel 
1.50 Spruce 
State av 
Harlan 
St Paul 

Spencer av — 

(B), from Bright- 
wood av e to School, 
first n of Schofield 

Spice lane — 

From Glen Drive n 



to Sutherland, first 
w of Rural 

Spratt av— 

(I), from Ohmer n 
e, thence s e to 
Grand av, first s of 
P C C & St L Ry 

Downey av 

Ritter av 

Spring — 

(4th Ward), see 
Queen av 

Spring — 

From Market n to 
St Clair, first e of 
Noble 
50 Ohio 
100 New York 
150 Vermont 
200 Michigan 
250 North 
Walnut 

Springdale 
Place— 

From Oriental to 
Arsenal av, first n 
of Market 

Springfield- 
See Market 

Spruce — 

15th Ward), see 
Kelly 

Spruce — 

(Spruce and old 
Urbana, 14th Ward), 
from C C C & St L 
Ry e to Van Buren. 
third e of Shelby 

Deloss 

English av 

Spann av 

Fletcher av 

Hoyt av 

L<^xington av 

Pleasant 

Woodlawn av 

Boone 

Prospect 

Orange 

Mankedick 

Smithson 

Cottage av 

Clyde 

Cypress 

Naomi 

Belt R R 

Standard av — 

(W I), from River 
av w to Division av, 
first s of Woodburn 
av 

Stanton av — 

(S), from McPher- 
son e to Thomas, 
first s of C H & D 
R R 

Avon av 

Sherman Drive 

Star av— 

(I), from English 
av s to Ayres. first 
w of Kingbridge 

Pure 

Brown 

Slack 

Middle 

Keightky 

Daggy 

Long 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



97 



State— 


ley av s e to Nor- 


110 St Clair 


Taylor— 


(5th Ward), see 


dyke av, bet York 


150 Pratt 


(8th Ward), acv. 


Greely 


and I Tj Ry 


200 St .loseph 
228 Tenth 


Miley av 


State av, X— 


Stongliton av— 




Tecumseli — 


From 826 E Wash- 


From Brookrii.le av 


Susciuelianna— 


(Old Columbia av 


ington n to Michi- 


e, second n of Ter.th 


From New York n 


and Tecumseh, 8th 


gan 


Woodruff av 


to North, bet Penn- 


Ward), from E 


50 Market 


Newman 


sylvania and Dela- 


Michigan n to Com- 


100 Ohio 


Windsor 


ware 


merce av, first e of 


150 New York 


Sterling 


50 Vermont 


Woodruff pi 


200 Vermont 




100 Michignn 


Tilden 


225 Sturm av 


Stuart- 




Pratt 




(B). from Bloyd av 


Sutlierland- 


Tenth 


State av, S— 


n, first e of Austin 


From cor Fountain 


Hollis 


From 825 E Wash- 




and Line n e to cor 




ington s to city lim- 


Sturm av— 


of Rural and Twen- 


Temperance— 


its 


(Old King and 


ty fifth (1st Ward> 


(I), from English 


54 Williams 


Sturm av), from 




av s to Ayres, first 


88 C H & D R R 


Highland av e to 


Sutherland av — 


\v of Earl 


100 Southeastern 


Randolph, first s of 


(Old Bedford av). 


Pure 


av 


Michigan (8th Ward) 


from Central av n e 


Bro vvn 


Bates 


Oriental 


to Thirtieth, first n 


Fletcher av 


C C C & St L 


Arsenal av 


of Twenty fifth 


Slack 


Ry 


State av 


Park av 


Middle 


150 Deloss 


Walcott 


Broadway 


Huron av 


175 English av 




College av 


Keightley 


200 Spann av 


Sn^sii— 


Twenty eighth 


Daggy 


225 Flercher av 


(1), from Huron av 


Tworty ninth 


Long 


250 Hoyt av 


s to Ayres, first w of ■ 






275 Lexington av 


National av 


Swift— 


Temple av, IV— 


410 Pleasant 


Keightley 


(Old Ellis), from 


(Old Temple av 


550 WoocUawn av 


Daggy 


?,S\ Olive e to Linclon. 


and Excelsior av). 


Boone 


Long 


first s of Cottage av 


from E Washington 


600 Prospect 






n to Orchard av. 


700 Orange 


Sn^ar Grove av — 


Sycamore— 


first e of Taeoma 


725 Mankedick 


(N I), from Indi- 


From State av e to 


New York 


775 Sycamore 


ana av n to Twenty 


Churchman av, first 


Michigan 


825 Cottage av 


second, first w of 


s of Orange 


Tilden 


860 Clyde 


Post av 


Graydon 


Pratt 


900 Cypress 


Seventeenth 


Nelson 


'I'enth 


Naomi 


Eighteenth 


Villa av 


Progress av 


Beecher 


Herbert 


Harlan 


Commerce av 


Van Buren 


Nineteenth 




Pope av 


Harvey 


Twenty first 


Sycamore^ 


Nowland av 


Raymond 




(Brooklyn Hgts), 




Winchester 


Sullivan — 


from C C C & St L 


Temple av, S — 


Brvan 


See Wright 


Ry w to Cooper av. 


(Old Wood side). 


Wa.-lo 




third n of Monroe 


from V^ashington s 


Bradbury 


Summit, N— 




to Southeastern av. 


Finley av 


From E Ohio n to 


Sylvan^ 


first e of Taeoma 


Wa,lker av 


Vermont, bet Ar.sen- 


(14th Ward), see 


P C C & St L Ry 




al and State avs 


Ha.rlan 


Graydon 


State a\ — 


New York 






(S I), from South 




Tabor — 


Tennessee, N— 


Park av e to Aurora 


Summit, S— 


From S Meridian 


See N Capitol av 




From 817 E Wash- 


w, first s of Ray- 


Tennessee, S— 

See S Capitol av 


Station— 

(B). from Glen 


ington s to Bates 
Williams 


mond (15th Ward) 
Vine 


Drive n, first e of 


C H & D R R 


Race 




Gale 


Southeastern av 


Bluff av 


Tenth— 

(Old Tenth), from 


Steele— 


Summit— 




C C C & St L Ry w 


(Old Atlas), from 


(H). from White 


Taeoma, N— ■ 


to Northwestern av. 


No-^land av n w to 


river w, second n or 


From E Washing- 


see Eighteenth 


Mass av, first w of 


Michigan 


ton n to Michigan, 




Centennial 


Merritt 


third w of Rural 


Tenth— 


Brookside av 


Erwin 


New York 


(Old Tenth), from 




Florence 




Meridian e to Cen- 


Steplins— 


Helen 


Taeoma, S— • 


tral av and from 


From Tenth n to 




(Old Prairie), from 


Meridian w to High- 


Stoughton av, first e 


Summit—' 


E Washington s to 


land pi, see Nine- 


of Winsdor 


(I), from Washing- 


P C C & St L Ry, 


teenth 




ton av n, first w^ of 


third w of Rural 




Stevens — 


Pleasant 




Tenth— 


From 328 S East e 




Taffe— 


(Old Tenth), from 


to Virginia av 


Sumner^ 


Central av e to Mar- 


91 Beaty 
Stevens Place — 


From Howard w 
to Mill, first n of 
Fifteenth 


From Parker av n 
to Lily 
Orchard av 


t i n d a 1 e av, see 
Twentieth 


From 227 S New 






Tenth, E— 


Jersey e to East 


Superior^- 


Talbott av— 


(Old First, St 




(4th Ward), see 


From Sixteenth n 


Mary, Cherry and 


Stillwell— 


Salem 


to Twenty fifth, first 


Clifford av), from 


From Tenth s to 




e of Pennsylvania 


N Meridian e to city 


Polk, first e of Dor- 


Superior^- 


156 Nineteenth 


limits, tenth n of 


man 


From North n to 


250 Twenty first 


Washington 




Eleventh, first w of 


350 Twenty second 


Pennsylvania 


Stock— 


Meridian 


380 Twenty third 


Delaware 


(W I), from Had- 


50 Walnut 


420 Twenty fourth 


Alabama 



98 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



New Jersey 

East 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

Oak 

Ash 

Bellefontaine 

Cornell av 

Massachusetts av 

Dorman 

Stillv.-ell 

Brookside av 

Highland av 

Woodruff av 

Newman 

Windsor 

Sterling 

Tecumseh 

Hamilton av 

Jefferson av 

Ramsey av 

Keystone av 

Eureka av 

Temple av 

Rural 

Brookland av 

Parker av 

Oakland av 

Waverly av 

LaSalle 

Lancaster av 

BlUs 

Colfax 

Cleveland av 

Tentli, W— 

(O 1 d First and 
Davis), from 528 N 
Meridian w to city 
limits, tenth n of 
Wa,-=hii.gton 

Illinois 

Capitol av 

Senate av 

C C C & St L. By 

Howard 

Canal 

Fayette 

West 

California 

Camp 

Paca 

Pratt 

Brooks 

Indiana av 

Locke 

Maxwell 

Fall creek 

Sherman Drive 

Lafayette Road 

Grand View av 

Thaddeus— 

(Old Thaddeus and 
Cress), from Cypress 
s to Van Buron, first 
w of Spruce 

Vigo 

Naomi 

Thalman av— 

From Beech n e to 
Lawrence, first e of 
Hillside av 

Langley 

Thayer— 

(W I), from Na- 
tional Road s. first 
. of Kagle creek 



Tlilrteeiitli — 

(O 1 d Thirteenth, 
from Talbott av to 
Hillside av), see 
Twenty first 

Thirteentli— 

(O 1 d Thirteenth, 
from first alley e of 
Highland pi to Me- 
ridian), see McLean 
Pl 

Tliirteeiitli, E— 

(O 1 d Home av), 
from 632 N Pannsyl- 
vania e to Columbia 
av 



Third- 
See Twelfth 

Third— 

(I), from Line av 
fc, first s of Second 



ion Delaware 
i:mi Alabama 
200 New Jersey 
250 Central av 
322 Park av 
S33 Broadway 
3V0 College av 

Ash 

Bellefontaine 
500 Cornell av 

L E & W R R 

Alvord 

Yandes 

Thirteenth, W^— 

(Old Fourth, Brett, 
from West to Fall 
creek and Austin), 
from N Meridian w 
to Trumbull, first n 
of Twelfth 
112 Capitol av 
125 Brooker 
150 Senate av 

C C C & St L 
Ry ^ 
210 Howard 
225 Fayette 
West 
Brooks 
Fall creek 

Thirtieth— 

(Old Thirtieth), see 
Thirty eighth 

Thirtieth, E— 

(Old Twenty sec- 
ond and Manches- 
ter), from Meridian 
e to city limits, firs*^ 
n of Twenty ninth 
Pennsylvania 
Talbott av 
Delaware 
Alabama 
New Jersey 
Central av 
Park av 
Broadway 
College w 
Ash 

Bellefontaine 
Fleming av 
Fall creek 
Macy av 

Columbia av 

Martindale aV 

Grand av 

Ro/al av 

Arlington av 

Ralston av 

Schofield av 

Sangster 

Manlove av 

Baltimore av 

Caroline av 

Hillside av 

Brouse av 

Line av 



Thirtieth. W— 

(Old Twenty sec- 
ond and Armstrong), 
from Meridian w to 
city limits 

Illinois 

Kenwood av 

Capitol av 

Graceland av 

Senate av 

London av 

Berlin av 

Paris av 

Indianapolis av 

Brown av 

Dye 

Northwestern av 

Annette 

Rader 

Clifton 

Barnes av 

Elmira 

Schurmann av 

Thirty Eighth, E— 

(Old T h i r tieth), 
from N Meridian e, 
first n of Thirty sev- 
enth 

Fall creek 

Delaware 

Central av 

Thirty Eighth, W 

(Old T h i r tieth), 
from Meridian w to 
Northwestern av 
25 Detroit 
50 Illinois 
75 Kenwood 
100 Capitol av 
125 Carter 
150 Senate av 

Thirty Fifth— 

(Old Twenty sev- 
enth), from Illinois 
w to Senate av, first 
n of Thirty fourth 

Kenwood av 

Capitol av 

Graceland av 

Thirty First, E— 

(Old Twenty third), 
from Meridian e to 
Central av, first n 
of Thirtieth 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

New Jersey 

Thirty First, AV- 

(Old Twenty third 
and Highland av), 
from Meridian w to 
city limits, first n of 
Thirtieth 

Illinois 

Kenwood av 

Capitol av 

Graceland av 

Indianapolis av 

Brown av 

Dye 

Northwestern av 

Annette 

Rader 

Clifton 

Barnes av 

Elmira 



Thirty Fourth, W 

(Old Twenty sixth), 
from Meridian w to 
Senate av, first n of 
Thirty third 

Salem 

Illinois 

Kenwood av 

Capitol av 

Graceland av 

Thirty Second, E— 

(Old Twenty 
fourth), from N Me- 
ridian e to Central 
av, first n of Thirty 
first 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

New Jersey 

Thirty Second, W 

(Old Twenty fourth 
and C a t a 1 p a av), 
from N Meridian w 
to city limits, first n 
of Thirty first 
50 Illinois 
75 Kenwood av 
100 Capitol av 
125 Graceland av 
150 Senate av 
200 Indianapolis av 
250 Brown av 
275 Dye 

Northwestern 

av 
Rader 
CUfton 

Thirty Seventh— 

(Old Twenty ninth), 
from N Meridian w 
to Crown Hill Ceme- 
tery, first n of Thir- 
ty sixth 

Hobart 

Illinois 

Kenwood av 

Capitol av 

Carter 

Senate av 

Thirty Sixth, E— 

(Old Twenty 
eighth), from N Me- 
ridian e to Central 
av, first n of Thirty 
fifth 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Thirty Sixth, W— 

(Old Twenty 
eighth), from N Me- 
ridian w to Crown 
Hill Cemetery, first 
n of Thirty fifth 
25 Salem 
50 Illinois 
75 Kenwood av 
100 Capitol av 
125 Carter 
150 Senate av 

Thirty Third, E— 

(Old Twenty 
fifth), from N Merid- 
ian e to Delaware, 
first n of Thirty sec- 
ond 

50 Pennsylvania 



Thirty Fourth, E— 

(Old Twenty sixth), 
from Meridian e to 
Central av, first n of 
Thirty third 

Pennsylvania * 

Delaware 



Thirty Third, W— 

(Old Twenty 
fifth), from N Illi- 
nois w to Senate av, 
first n of Thirty sec- 
ond 

Kenwood av 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



99 



Capitol av 
Graceland av 

Tbomas — 

(15th Ward), see 
Wilkins 

Thomas— 

(S), from Brook- 
ville Pike s to En- 
glish av, tirst e of 
Sherman Drive 

Stanton av 

Twin Lake av 

Lake av 

Thompson — 

From VV Washing- 
ton s, fourth w of 
Belt R R 

Tlinrmaji— 

From Brookville 
Road e, first s of 
Washington 

Tilden— 

(Old Monroe), from 
Woodruff pi to Key- 
stone av, bet Michi- 
gan and Tenth 

Hamilton av 

Jefferson av 

Ramsey av 

Tilford av— 

(I), from Elm n, 
first e of Ritter av 

Tindall— 

From Brandt n. 
second w of Knox 

Tippecanoe al- 
ley — 

See Tippecanoe 

Tippecanoe— 

E and w. crossing 
Meridian, first n of 
New York 

Tipton — 

From Hillside av n 
to Belt R R, third e 
of Sheldon 

Toledo— 

(Old Columbia al), 
from Wabash n to 
Michigan, first w of 
Missouri ' 

12 Ohio 

25 Miami 

?,20 New York 

900 Vermont 

Tompkins — 

See Beecher 

Topp Place — 

From Temple av e 
to Rural, first n of 
Michigan 

Torheitt— 

From 512 N West 
w to city limits, bet 
Tenth and Eleventh 

Camp 

Brooks 

Traul> av— 

Prom W Washing- 
ton n, first e of Bel- 
mont av 

Leeds 

Tremont— 

From Michigan n I 



to Walnut, bet New 
Jersey and Alabama 

Tremont av — 

(H). from Vermont 
n, flrst w of Bis- 
marck av 

Tremont — 

(W I), from Morris 
s, first w of Bis- 
marck 

Troy- 

From Shelby w to 
Dexter, first south 
of Brandt 

Trnmbull — 

From Austin s, 
first w of Fall creek 
Hooker 



Turner av — 

(Brooklyn 
from Monroe 
Avondale 



Hgts), 
n to 



TntcTviler— 

From Morris s, 
first e of Madison av 

Tnxedo — 

From Washington 
s, first e of LaSalle 

Twelfth— 

(Old Twelfth), see 
Twenty flrst 

Twelfth, E— 

(Old Second and 
Butler), from Dela- 
ware e to College 
av, flrst n of Elev- 
enth 

Alabama 

New Jersey 

Central av 

Park av 

Broadway 

Twelfth, AV— 

(Old Third, May- 
hew and Hooker), 
from Illinois w to 
Indiana av, first n 
of Eleventh 

Capitol av 

Senate av 

C C C & St L Ry 

Howard 

The canal 

Fayette 

West 

Oregon 

Brooks 

Fall creek 

Trumbull 

Twentieth — 

(O 1 d Twentieth), 
see Twenty eighth 

Twentieth, E— 

(Old Eleventh, old 
Tenth fi'om Central 
av to Martindale av 
and French), from 
Talbott av e to Hill- 
side av, flrst n of 
Nineteenth 

Delaware 

Alabama 

New Jersey 

Central av 

Ruckle 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 



Ash 

Bellefontaine 

Cornell av 

L E & W R R 

Alvord 

Yandes 

Columbia av 

Martindale av 

Sheldon 

Atlas 

Picken 

Tipton 

TTventieth, W— 

(Old Eleventh and 
Herbert), from N 
Meridian w to High- 
land pi 
50 Illinois 

103 Capitol av 

150 Senate av 

Twenty Eighth — 

(Old Twenty 
eighth), see Thirty 
sixth 



T^venty Eighth, E 

(Old Twentieth and 
Belle), from N Me- 
ridian n to city lim- 
its, flrst n of Twenty 
seventh 

Pennsylvania 

Talbott av 

Delaware 

Alabama 

New Jersey 

Central av 

Park av 

Fleming av 

Sutherland av 

Ash 

Boswell 

Bellefontaine 

Cornell av 

MacPherson av 

L E & W R R 

Yandes 

Columbia av 

Martindale av ' 

Ralston av 

Schofleld av 

Sangster av 

Manlove av 

Baltimore av 

Caroline av 

Hillside av 

Brouse av 

Line av 

T^venty Eislith,\V 

(Old Twentieth and 
Addison), from N 
Meridian w to city 
limits. flrst n of 
Twenty seventh 

Illinois 

Kenwood av 

Capitol av 

Senate av 

London av 

Berlin av 

Paris av 

Indianapolis av 

Northwestern av 

Isabelle av 

Annette 

Rader 

Clifton 

Barnes 

The canal 

Burton av 

Sherman av 

Ttventy Fifth— 

(Old Twenty flfth), 
see Thirty third 



Twenty Fifth, E— 

(Old Seventeenth), 
from N Meridian e 
to city limits, flrst n 
of Twenty fourth 

Pennsylvania 

Talbott av 

Delaware 

Alabama 

New Jersey 

Central av 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

Ash 

Bellefontaine 

Cornell av 

L E & W R R 

Yandes 

Columbia av 

Martindale av 

Newman 

Sheldon 

Hovey 

Ralston av 

Schofleld av 

Sangster av 

Manlove av 

Baltimore av 

Caroline av 

Hillside av 

Brouse av 

Line av 

Twenty Fifth, W— 

(Old Seventeenth 
and Ontario), from 
N Illinois w to city 
hmits, flrst n ot 
Twenty fourth 

Andrews 

Capitol av 

Senate av 

London av 

Berlin av 

Paris av 

Indianapolis av 
. Ethel av 

Northwestern av 

Isabella 

Annette 

Rader 

CUftou 

C C C & St L Ry 

The canal 

Belt R R 

Burton av 

Franklin 

Grover 

Twenty First, E— 

(Old Twelfth, old 
Thirteenth e from 
Talbott av and An- 
dei-son). from Merid- 
ian e to Hillside av, 
first n of Twentieth 
50 Pennsylvania 

Talbott av 

Delaware 

Aianama 

New Jersey 

Central av 

Ruckle 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

Ash 

Bellefontaine 

Cornell av 

L E & W R R 

Alvord 

Yandes 

Columbia av 

Martindale av 

Sheldon 

Atlas 

Ralston 

Pickens 

Tipton 



100 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



Schofield av 
Sangster 

T-wenty First. W'-^ 

(Old Twelfth and 
Floral av. from ca- 
nal w). from Merid- 
ian w to city limits, 
tirst n of Twentieth 
50 Illinois 
100 Capitol av 
150 Senate av 
200 Highland pi 
250 Shriver 
300 Allfree 
350 Wendell 
400 Northwestern 
av 
Brighton boule- 
vard 
Sackville 
Iron av 
Post av 
White av 
Sugar Grove 
Dexter 
Schurmann av 

Tuventy Fourth— 

(Old Twenty 
fourth), see Thirty 
second 

T^renty Fonrtli, E 

(Old Sixteenth. Da- 
vidge and Harlan), 
from N Meridian e 
to Baltimore av. first 
n of Twenty third 

Pennsylvania 

Talbott av 

Delaware 

Alabama 

New Jersey 

Central av 

Park av 

Broadway 

College a-v 

Sheridan 

Ash 

Bellefontaine 

Cornell av 

Li E & W R R 

Columbia av 

Martindale av 

Newman 

Sheldon 

Hovey 

Ralston av 

Schofield av 

Sangster av 

Man love av 

T^venty Fonrth,\V 

(Old Sixteenth and 
I^ake), from N Me- 
ridian w to city lim- 
its, first n of Twen- 
ty third 

Ilhnois 

Andrews 

Capitol av 

Senate av 

Ijondon 

Berlin av 

Paris av 

Indianapolis av 

Ethel av 

Northwestern av 

Isabelle 

Annette 

Rader 

Canal 

Fairview 

Franklin 

T-wenty Ninth — 

(Old Twenty ninth), 
see Thirty seventh 



Twenty Ninth, E— 

(Old Twenty first 
and Rebecca), e 
from Central av to 
city limits, first n of 
Twenty eighth 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

Fleming 

Fall creek 

Sutherland av 

Bellefontaine 

Cornell av 

MacPherson 

L E & W R R 

Columbia av 

Martindale av 

Ralston av 

Schofield av 

Sangster av 

Manlove av 

Baltimore av 

Caroline av 

Hillside av 

Brouse av 

TT»enty ]Vinth,W— 

(Old Twenty first 
and Francis), from 
Meridian w to city 
limits, first n of 
Twenty eighth 
50 Illinois 
100 Capitol av 
150 Senate av 
200 London av 
250 Berlin av 
300 Paris av 
350 Indianapolis av 
400 Brown 

Northwestern 

av 
Annette 
Rader 
Clifton 
Barnes av 
Elmira 
The canal 

Twenty Second— 

(Old Twenty sec- 
ond), see Thirtieth 

Twenty Second, E 

(Old Four teenth 
and Clyde), from 
Meridian e to Rals- 
ton av 

Pennsylvania 

Talbott av 

Delaware 

Alabama 

New Jersey 

Central av 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

Bellefontaine 

Cornell av 

L. E & W R R 

Yandes 

Columbia av 

Martindale av 

Newman 

Sheldon 

Hovey 

T'wenty Second,W 

(O 1 d Fourteeenth 
and Jackson), from 
N Meridian w to 
city limits, first n of 
Twenty first 
.50 Illinois 
68 Andr.^ws 
100 Capitol av 
Senate av 
Fall creek 
Iron av 



Post av 
White av 
Sugar Grove av 
Dexter 
Schurmann av 

T-iventy Seventh — 

(Old Twenty sev- 
enth), see Thirty 
fifth 

TTf-enty Seventh, 

E— 

(Old Nine teenth 
and Jennison), from 
Sutherland av e to 
Line av, first n of 
Twenty sixth 

College av 

Ash 

Bellefontaine 

Cornell av 

L E & W R R 

Tandes 

Columbia av 

Martindale av 

Ralston av 

Schofield 

Sangster av 

Manlove av 

Baltimore av 

Caroline av 

Hillside av 

Brouse av 

TTFenty Seventli, 
W— 

(Old Nineteenth), 
from N Meridian w 
to city limits, first n 
of Twentv sixth 
50 Illinois 
100 Capitol av 
150 Senate av 
200 London av 
250 Berlin av 
300 Paris av 
3.50 Indianapolis av 
Northwestern 

av 
Isabelle 
Annette 
Rader 
Clifton 
Barnes a\' 
The canal 
Burton av 

Twenty Sixth— 

(Old Twenty sixth), 
see Thirty fourth 

Tvrenty Sixth, "\V— 

(O 1 d Eighteenth 
an^l Wells). from 
Meridian w to city 
limits, first n of 
Twenty fifth 

Illinois 

Capitol av 

Senate av 

Northwestern av 

Isabelle 

Annette 

Rader 

Clifton 

The canal 

Burton av 

Grover 

Schurmann av 

Twenty Thir«l— 

(Old Twenty third), 
see Thirty first 

Twenty Third, E— 

(Old F i f t e e nth, 
Bruce and Black- 
more), from N Me- 
ridian 8 to Hillside 



av, first n of Twenty 
second 

Pennsylvania 

Talbott av 

Delaware 

Alabama 

New Jersey 

Central av 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

Ash 

Bellefontaine 

Cornell av 

L E ,^ W R R 

Yandes 

Columbia av 

Martindale av 

Newman 

Sheldon 

Hovey 

Ralston av 

Schofield av 

Manlove av 

Baltimore av 

Twenty Thirdj'W— 

(Old Fifteenth and 
Jones), from N Illi- 
nois w to Schurmann 
av, first n of Twenty 
second 

Andrews 

Capitol av 

Senate av 

London av 

Berlin av 

Paris av 

Indianapolis av 

Northwestern av 

Fall creek 

Aqueduct 

Pair View 

T-»vin Lake— 

(S), from McPher- 
son n e to Sherman 
Drive, thence s e to 
Thomas 

Udell— 

(N 1), from North- 
western av w to 
Schurmann av, sec- 
ond n of Twenty 
seventh 

Annette 

Rader 

Clifton 

Barnes av 

Elmira 

Union— 

From cor of Madi- 
son av and Merrill s 
to city limits 
44 Norwood 
84 McCarty 

201 Ray 

229 Wilkins 

272 Morris 

325 Downey 

400 Lockwood 

450 Palmer 

480 Harvey 

University av — 

(I), from Butler av 
e, first s of P C C & 
St L Ry 

Urhana/— 

(14th War d), see 
Spruce 

Urhana — 

From Rural e to 
Parker av, first n of 
Lily 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



101 



Utah- 
See S Capitol av 

Vale — 

(N I), from North 
n to Orchard av, 
seventh w of Schur- 
mann av 

Valley— 

(13th Ward), see 
Warsaw 

Valley av— 

(Old Valley Drive), 
from cor Beech and 
Gertrude av e to 
Brookside av, second 
s of Lawrence 

Clark 

Ludlow lane 

Hazel 

Brookside av 

Van Buren — 

(Old Arlington av), 
from Shelby e to 
city limits, first s of 
Naomi 

50 Abigail 

74 Laurel 

100 Thaddeus 

124 Spruce 

150 Draper 

174 St Elmo 
200 State av 

Vermont, E — 

From 199 N Merid- 
ian e to Randolph 
50 Pennsylvania 
100 Delaware 
146 Alabama 
200 New Jersey 
250 East 
299 Liberty 
330 Noble 
422 Spring 
432 Fulton 
450 Davidson 
462 Pine 

L F &• W R R 
550 Dorman 
600 Highland av 
650 Oriental 

Arsenal av 

State av 

Walcott 

Vermont, W — 

From 200 N Merid- 
ian w to city limits 
50 Illinois 
104 Capitol av 
155 Senate av 

175 Ellsworth 
204 Missouri 
226 Toledo 
250 West 

290 California 
370 Blackford 
.374 Bright 
400 Douglass 

Blake 

Minerva 
600 Agnes 
637 Patterson 
680 Hiawatha 

White river 

Miley av 

Elder av 

Lyon 

Belmont av 

Victoria^ 

(W I), from Har- 
ris w, first s of Ida 

A'^igfo— 

(Old Ingram), from 



Abigail e, first n of 
Beecher (14th Ward) 

Villa av— 

(Old Villa av and 
William), from Lex- 
ington av s to Pleas- 
ant Run, third e of 
State av 

Woodlawn av 

Prospect 

Orange 

Vineennes — 

(W I), from Mor- 
ris n e, first w of 
Kentucky av 

Vine— 

(7th Ward), see 
Pratt 

Vine — 

From Raymond s 
to Kelly, second w 
of Meridian (15th 
Ward) 

Tabor 

Vinton — 

From 528 S West 
to White river 
Dakota 

Violet— 

From Wilmington 
n to Fall creek, first 
w of Northwestern 
av 

Virginia av — 

From cor of Penn- 
sylvania and Wash- 
ington s e to Pros- 
pect 

50 Maryland 

96 Georgia 

150 Louisiana 

199 South 
230 Huron 
250 Warsaw 
293 Merrill 
326 Pine 

330 Stevens 

Norwood 
430 Cedar 
450 McCarty 
450 Bismcirok 
519 Bradshaw 
528 Grove 
377 Buchanan 
600 Woodlawn av 
619 Dougherty 

Voight— 

(B), from Pendle- 
ton Road s to Fitch, 
first w of Lancaster 

Volney — 

Running north and 
south, first e of Min- 
eral 

Vorster av^ 

See Eighteenth 

\Vabaali, E— 

From Pennsyl- 
vania c to Noble, be- 
tween Market and 
Ohio 

50 Pennsylvania 

100 Delaware 

150 Alabama 

200 New Jersey 
225 Clinton 

250 East 
300 Liberty 



Wabash, W— 

From 70 N Illinois 
w to Blackford 
100 Capitol av 
ISO Senate av 
200 Missouri 

Toledo 
250 West 

Waelcer — 

(H), from Frazee n 
to Grand View av, 
first w of Summit 

Wade— 

(Old St Marie av), 
from Shelby e to 
State av, third s of 
Raymond 

Walker av 

Boyd av 

Mattie av 

Wagner av — 

(I), from Uni- 
versity av w, first w 
of Ainsworth av 

Walcott— 

From 842 E Wash- 
ington n to Michi- 
gan, first e of State 
av 

Ohio 

New York 

Vermont 

Sturm av 

Walker— 

(B), from Pendle- 
ton Road s to Fitch, 
third w of Lancaster 

Walker— 

(H), from Frazee 
n to Summit, first w 
of Haugh 

Walker av^ 

From Wade s e. 
thence e to Knox 
Bradbury av 
Short 
Finley av 

Wallace — 

From Washington 
n to White river, 
first w of Brush (5th 
Ward) 

Market 

Wallace — 

(I), from Washing- 
ton av n, first w of 
Quincy 

Wallack— 

See Ringgold av 

Walnnt— 

(15th Ward), see 
Tabor 

Walnut, E— 

From 350 N Me- 
ridian e to Noble 
(7th Ward) 

50 Pennsylvania 

100 Delaware 

100 Ft Wayne av 

150 Alabama 

200 New Jersey 

250 East 

300 Park av 

Walnnt, W— 

From 349 N Merid- 
ian w to West (6th 
Ward) 



25 Superior 

50 Illinois 

98 Capitol av 
150 Senate av 
175 Wood 
202 Missouri 
210 Fayette 

Walnnt av— 

(4th Ward), see 
Congress av 

AValnnt av— 

(I), from College 
av n e and e, first n 
of Washington av 

Warman av — 

(H), from I D & 
W Ry s to Vermont, 
first w of Holmes av 

Warren — 

From Southeastern 
av s to Bates, first 
e of Quincy 

Warren — 

(B), from Pendle- 
ton Road e, first s 
of Bloyd av 

Houston 

Adams 

Shade 

Lawn 

Depot 

Poplar 

Brightwood 

Warren — 

(I), from Washing- 
ton av s, first e of 
Orchard 

Warren av — 

(W I), from Oliver 
av s to Woodburn 
av, first w of Marie n 
av 

Cottage av 

WarsaTV — 

(Old Valley), from 
279 S East e to Vir- 
ginia av, bet South 
and Merrill 

Washington, E— 

From 1 N Meridian 
e to city limits, di- 
viding the city n 
and s 

50 Pennsylvania 

100 Delaware 

1.52 Alabama 

200 New Jersey 

224 Clinton 

2.50 East 

300 Liberty 

.348 Nol:)le 

406 Davidson 

432 Benton 

500 Pine 

501 Southeastern 

av 

600 Cruse 

620 Highland av 

6.50 Oriental 

7.30 McKim av 

762 Arsenal av 

800 Summit 

840 State av 

8.58 Walcott 

900 Randolph 
1008 Hamilton av 
1030 Jefferson av 
1100 Beville av 
1128 Keystone av 
11.32 Forest av 
1150 Tacoma av 



102 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



1164 Temple av 
1200 Eastern av 
1250 Rural 

Grace 

Oxford 

Gray 

Dearborn 

LaSalle 

Tuxedo 

"Wasliingtoii, AV — 

From 2 S Meridian 
w to city limits, di- 
viding the city n 
and s 

4S Illinois 
100 Capitol av 
152 Senate av 
200 Missouri 
252 West 
302 California 
346 Blackford 
402 Geisendorf 
43S Blake 
500 Wliite river 
Henrietta 
Plum 
736 Brush 
792 Wallace 
SOS Greely 
8S0 Bloomington 
900 Decatur 
Drake 
Wilmot 
Minkner 
998 Richland 
1003 Belt R R 
1036 Milev av 
1050 Elder av 
1080 Traub av 
1100 Belmont av 

Washington av — 

(I), from Wallace 
e, a continuation of 
E W'ashington 

Wasliingrton Bou- 
levard — 

See Delaware 

Water- 
See Bealy 

Water— 

(I), from Parker av 
n w, second n of 
Brookside Road 

AVatkins av — 

(I), from Worces- 
ter av e, first n of 
Lena 

Watts- 
See LaSalle 

Waverly — 

(B), from Bloyd av 
n to Twenty flfth, 
first e of Morris 

Division 

Glen Drive 

Waverly av — 

From Tenth n to 
Nowland av, fourth 
e of Rural 

Wayne— 

(O 1 d Sheridan), 
from Brooks w to 
Fall creek, first n 
of Eleventh 

Webb— 

From Belt R R s 
to Raymond, first e 
of Madison av 



Wegborst — 

From East e. first 
n of Lincoln av 

AVells— 

See Twenty sixth 

AVendell— 

From W Twenty 
first n to Fall creek, 
first e of Northwest- 
ern av 

Marlette Drive 

AVest, N— 

Prom 252 W Wash- 
ington n to Indiana 
av, thence n w to 
Tenth and w to Fif- 
teenth 
25 Court 
50 Market 
75 Wabash 
100 Ohio 
154 New York 
175 Miami 
205 Vermont 

250 Michigan 
300 North 
362 Walnut 
400 St Clair 
462 Pratt 

500 Tenth 

550 Eleventh 

600 Twelfth 
Thirteenth 
Fourteenth 

AVest, S— 

From 249 W Wash- 
ington s to city lim- 
its 

25 -Pearl 
50 Maryland 
75 Chesapeake 
94 Georgia 
150 Louisiana 
200 South 

Kentucky av 

251 Garden 
296 Merrill 
316 Abbott 
318 Grant 
362 Norwood 
38S McCarty 
404 Root 

49S Ray 

510 Vinton 

550 Wilkins 

560 Jones 

575 Morris 
Wisconsin 
Arizona 
White river 

AVest Drive — 

See Woodruff pi 

AVest AVasUinston 
av — 

(Old National 
Road, 5th W^ird), 
from Blackford w to 
White river, first n 
of Washington 

AVestern av— 

Continua t i o n of 
Sutherland av from 
Thirtieth n, thence 
e to L E & W R R 

Fleet 

Park av 

Broadway 

College av 

AVestern av — 

(I), from Washing- 
ton av s, first w of 
National av 



AVestfield— 

From Northwest- 
ern av e, first n of 
Thirtieth 

AVheatley— 

From McLain n to 
Murray, second e of 
Shelby 

W^beeler— 

(B), from Bloyd av 
n, first e of Harriet 
Park 
Division 
Glen Drive 

AVbite— 

(N I), from North 
av n, fourth w of 
Schurmann av 

AVbite av— 

(N I), from Eight- 
eenth n, first w of 
Ismond 

AVilcox — 

From Belmont av 
e, bet Vermont and 
Michigan 

Lynn 

AVilkins, E— 

From 544 S Merid- 
ian e to Madison av 

25 Charles 

50 Union 

75 Mulberry 
100 Chestnut 

AVilkins, AV— 

(Old Thomas), 
from 544 S Meridian 
w to Dakota 
50 Illinois 
75 Maple 
100 Capitol av 
Church 
Carlos 
Chadwick 
West 

AVillard— 

From Garden s to 
Merrill, first w of 
Capitol av (11th 
Ward) 

AVillard— 

(E of city limits), 
from LaSalle e to 
Ewing, first s of 
Tenth 

Ellis 

Fay 

AVilliam— 

(9th Ward), see 
Villa av 

AVilliam— 

(W I), from Morris 
n and s, first w of 
Judge Harding 

AVilliams — 

From 33 Oriental e 
to State av, first s 
of Washington 

50 Arsenal av 
Summit 

AVillow— 

(14th Ward), see 
Cottage av 

AVillow— 

(B), from Shade e 
of B a r t h olomew, 



first n of Twenty 
fifth 

Gale 

Station 

Brightwood 

Foundry 

Hope 

School 

Wood 

Hare 

AA'^ilniington av— 

From Northwest- 
ern av w, first s of 
Pall creek 

AVilmot— 

(Old Pierce), from 
W Washington n to 
Astor, first w of De- 
catur 

AVilson — 

(10th Ward), see 
Daly 

AVilson— 

From North n to 
Davis, fifth w of 
Blake (4th Ward) 

Elizabeth 

C06 

AVinchestei>— 

From Shelby e to 
State av, first s of 
Raymond 

Boyd av 

Mattie av 

AVindsor^ 

From Tenth n to 
Commerce, first e of 
Keith 

AVIsconsin— 

From 655 S Merid- 
ian w to Dakota, 
second s of Morris 
50 Illinois 
100 Capitol av 
Carlos 
West 

A\''ood — 

(9th Ward), see 
Woodlawn av 

AVood— 

From Michigan n 
to North, first w of 
Senate av, (6th 
Ward) 

AVood— 

(B), from Bee Line 
Ry n, first e of 
School 

AVoodbine — 

(N I), from North 
av n, third n of 
White river 

Woodburn av— 

(W I), from Drover 
w, first s of Cottage 
av 

River av 

Marion av 

Warren 

Division 

Arbor av 

AVoodla-wn av— 

(Old Elk, Wood- 
lawn av, Jefferson 
and Wood), from 360 
Shelby e to city lim- 
its 



STREETS AND AVENUES. 



103 



50 Olive 
100 Laurel 
150 Spruce 

State av 

Dawson , 

Nelson 

"Villa av 

Harlan 

St Paul 

St Peter 

Auburn 

Cannon 

Woodrufl av — 

From Tenth n to 
Brookside av, first w 
of Newman 

Woodruff Place- 
Bounded by U S 
Arsenal Grounds, 
Tenth, Tecumseh 
and Michigan 

Woodslde — 

See Temple av 

"Woodside av — 

from P C C & St 
Li Ry s to English 
av, second e of 
Auburn 



Graydon 
Southeastern av 

AVorcester av — 

(I), from C H & D 
R R s to Huron av, 
first e of Detroit av 

Watkins av 

Lena 

Young 

Brookville pike 

English av 

Fletcher av 

Wright— 

(5th Ward), see 
Richmond 

Wright- 

(Old Sullivan and 
Wright), from E Mc- 
Carty s to Cottage 
av, fourth e of East 

Bismarck 

Bradshaw 

Buchanan 

Dougherty 

Prospect 

Morris 

Sanders 

Downey 

Carroll 



Wyoming — 

From 37tj S Dela- 
ware e to East 
Delaware 
Alabama 
High 
'Nevr Jersey 

Yale— 

(N I), from North 
av n to Orchard av, 
second e of White 
river 

Yamdes — 

From Malott av n 
to Thirtieth, second 
eofLE&WRR 
Thirteenth 
Fifteenth 
Sixteenth 
Seventeenth 
Nineteenth 
Twentieth 
Twenty first 
Twenty second 
Twenty third 
Twentv fourth 
Twenty fifth 
Twenty seventh 
Twenty eighth 
Twenty ninth 



Yassie — 

From Raymond s 
to Ream, first w of 
Daisy 

Norman 

Romaine 

Carleton 



Yeiser— 

See Sanders 



York— 

(W I), from Had- 
ley av s e, first n of 
Stock 



Yoang— • 

(I), from. Worces- 
ter av s e to Parker, 
first n of Brookville 
pike 



ZTvingley— i 

From Bethel av s, 
first e of Luther 
Reformers av 



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DIRECTORY 
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■"^/^/^^E RECEIVE many complaints from our patrons to the eiFect that 

I I f 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 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 ^VARD— 

All of that part of said city bounded as 
follows shall be and constitute the First 
Ward: Commencing on the center line of 
Rural street at its intersection by the cen- 
ter line of Twenty-flfth street: thence 
south with the center line of Rural street 
to the center line of Tenth street; thence 
west with the center line of Tenth street 
to the center line of the Lake Erie & West- 
ern Railway tracks; thence north with the 
center line of the Lake Erie & Western 
Railway tracks to the center line of Elev- 
enth street; thence west with the center 
line of Eleventh street to the center line 
of Cornell avenue; thence north with the 
center line of Cornell avenue to the center 
line of Twenty-third street; thence east 
«\ith the center line of Twenty-third street 
to the center line of the Lake Erie & West- 
ern Railway tracks; thence north or north- 
easterly with the center line of the Lake 
Erie & Western Railway tracks to the 
city limits and city corporation line; thence 
east with the center line of Thirtieth 
street to the center line of Line avenue; 
thence south with the center line of Line 
avenue to the center line of Twenty-fifth 
street; thence east with the center line of 
Twenty-fifth street to the center line of 
Rural street, the place of beginning. 

SECOXD WARD— 

All that part of said city bounded as fol- 
lows shall be and constitute the Seconr. 
T\'ard: Commencing at Thirtieth street and 
the center line of the Lake Erie & Western 
Railway tracks; thence running south 
with said center line of said railway tracks 
to the center line of Twenty-third street; 
thence west with the center line of Twer.ty- 
third street to the center line of Cornell 
avenue; thence south with the center line 
of Cornell avenue to the center line of 
Eleventh street; thence west with the cen- 
ter line of Eleventh street to the center 
line of Central avenue; thence south with 
the center line of Central avenue to the 
center line of Tenth street; thence west 
with the center line of Tenth street to the 
center line of Alabama street; thence north 
with the center line of Alabama street to 
the south bank of Fall creek; thence north- 
easterly with the south bank of Fall creek 
to Thirtieth street; thence east to the 
place of beginning. 

THIRD AVARD— 

All that part of said city bounded as fol- 
lows shall be and constitute the Third 
Ward: Commencing at the intersection of 
the south bank of Fall creek by the cen- 
ter line of Alabama street; thence running 
south with the center line of Alabama 
street to the center line of Eleventh street; 
thence west with the center line of Elev- 
enth street to the center line of the canal; 
thence northerly with the center line of 
the canal to the center of Northwestern 
avenue; thence north with the center of 
Northwestern avenue to the south bank of 
Fall creek; thence easterly and northea.st- 
erly with the south bank of Fall creek, fol- 
lowing the meanderings of said stream to 
the place of beginning. 



FOURTH WARD— 

All of that part of said city bounded as 
follows shall be and constitute the Fourth 
Ward: Commencing at the intersection of 
the center line of Tenth street with the 
center line of the canal; thence running 
northerly with the center line of the canal 
to the center of Northwestern avenue; 
thence north with the center of Northwest- 
ern avenue, to the south bank of Fall 
creek; thence easterly and northeasterly 
with the south bank of Fall creek, fol- 
lowing the meanderings of said stream to 
a point in a line parallel with and three 
hundred and forty feet distant and east 
from the center line of Meridian street; 
thence north parallel with the center line 
of Meridian street, and three hundred and 
forty feet distant from said center line 
and north with the center line of Pennsyl- 
vania street to the center line of Thirty- 
second street; thence east with the center 
line of Thirty-second street to the center 
line of Delaware; thence north with the 
center line of Delaware street 
to the center line of Thirty- 
fourth street; thence west with 
the center line of Thirty-fourth street to 
the center line of Meridian street; thence 
north with the center line of Meridian 
street to the center line of Thirty-eighth 
street; thence west with the center line of 
Thirty-eighth street to the center 
line of Senate avenue; thence south 
with the center line of Senate 
avenue to a point on said city corporation 
line near the southeast corner of the Crown 
Hill cemetery; thence west with the city 
corporation line on the south of Crown Hill 
cemetery and following such corporation 
line to the center of Northwestern avenue; 
thence with the center of Northwestern 
avenue to the center of Thirty-second 
street, as shown by the plat of Keystone 
Park aa recorded in Plat Book ten. page 
123, in the office of the Recorder of Marion 
countv. Indiana, thence west on the cen- 
ter of Thirty-second street to the center 
of Clifton street as shown by the above 
mentioned plat; thence south with the cen- 
ter of Clifton street to the center of Thirty- 
first street as shown by plat of Armstrong's 
first addition to North Indianapolis, as re- 
corded in Plat Book seven, page 25, in the 
office of the Recoorder of Marion county. 
Indiana; thence west with the center of 
Thirty-first street to the center line of the 
canaf; thence southeast with the center line 
of the canal to the center line of Schurmann 
avenue; thence south with the center line 
of Schumann avenue to the east bank of 
White river; thence south with the bank 
of White river to the center line of Tenth 
street; thence east with the center line 
of Tenth street to the place of beginning. 

FIFTH ^VARD— 

All that part of said city bounded as fol- 
lows shall be and constitute the Fifth 
Ward: Commencing at the intersection of 
the center line of Tenth street by the cen- 
ter line of Paca street; thence running 
south with the center line of Paca street 
and the center line of Bright street to the 
center line of North street; thence east 
with the center line of North street to 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



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the center line of Blackford street; thence 
south with the center line of Blackford to 
the center line of Washington street; 
thence west with the center line of Wash- 
ing-ton street to the east bank of White 
river; thence south along the meander- 
ings of said east bank of White 
river to Maryland street and the 
city corporation line: thence west in a di- 
rect line with the city corporation line to 
west line of Belmont avenue; thence north 
on Belmont avenue and the said township 
line to Michigan street: thence due east 
along the center line of Michigan street to 
the east bank of White river; thence north 
in a direct line from Michigan street to 
the south line of section thirty-four, town- 
ship sixteen north, range threci east; thence 
east along said section line extended to the 
east bank of Fall creek; thence northeast- 
erly with the east bank of Fall creek to the 
center line of Indiana avenue: thence 
southeasterly with the center line of iridi- 
ana avenue to the center line of Tenth 
street; thence east with the center line of 
Tenth street to the place of beginning. 

There shall be excepted from this ward 
so much of the incorporated town of 
TIaughville as is embraced within the de- 
scription of this ward. 

SIXTH WARD— 

All that part of said city bounded as fol- 
lows shall be and constitute the Sixth 
W^ard: Commencing at the intersection of 
the center line of Tenth street with the 
canal; thence running northerly with the 
canal to the center line of Eleventh street: 
thence east with the center line of Eleventh 
street to the center line of Alabama street: 
thence south with the center line of Ala- 
"bama street to the center line of North 
street: thence west with the center line of 
North street to the canal; thence south 
with the canal to the center line of Ver- 
mont street: thence west with the center 
line of Vermont street to the center line 
of Blackford street: thence north with the 
center line of Blackford street to the center 
line of North street: thence west with the 
center line of North street to the center 
line of Bright street: thence north with the 
center line of Bright street and the center 
line of Paca street to the center line of 
Tenth street; thence east with the center 
line of Tenth street to the place of begin- 
ning. 

SEVENTH WARD— 

All that part of said city bounded as- fol- 
lows shall be and constitute the Seventh 
Ward: Commencing at the intersection of 
the center line of Alabama street by the 
center line of Tenth street: thence running 
east with the center line of Tenth street to 
the center line of Central avenue: thence 
north with the center line of Central ave- 
nue to the center line of Eleventh street; 
thence east with the center line of Eleventh 
street to the center line of Ash street; 
thence south with the center line of Ash 
street to the center line of Massachusetts 
n venue; thence southwest with the center 
line of Massachusetts avenue to the cen- 
ter line of St. Clair street: thence east with 
the center line of St. Clair street to the 
center line of Pine street: thence south 
with the center line of Pine street to the 
center line of Ohio street: thence west with 
the center line of Ohio street to the center 
line of Alabama street; thence north with 
the center line of Alabama street to the 
place of beginning-. 

EIGHTH AV ARD— 

All that part of said city bounded as fol- 
lows shall be and constitute the Eighth 



Ward: Commencing at the intersection of 
the center line of Eleventh street by the 
center line of Ash street; thence running 
east with the center line of Eleventh street 
to the center line of the Lake Erie & West- 
ern Railway tracks; thence south with the 
center line of the Lake Erie & Western 
Railway tracks to the center line of Tenth 
street; thence east with the center line of 
Tenth street to the center line of Rural 
street; thence south with the center line 
of Rural street to the center line of New 
York street; thence east with the center 
line of New York street to the west line 
of the Indianapolis Union Railway Com- 
pany's right-of-way: thence south with 
said west line of the Indianapolis Union 
Railway Company's right-of-way to 
the north line of the right-of-way 
of the Pittsburg. Cincinnati. Chi- 
cago & St. Louis Railroad Com- 
pany's railroad: thence west with the 
north line of said railway company's right- 
of-way to the center line of Pine street- 
thence north with the center line of Pine 
street to the center line of St. Clair street: 
thence west with the center line of St. Clair 
street to the center line of Massachusetts 
avenue: thence northeast with the center 
line of Massachusetts avenue to the cen- 
ter line of Ash street: thence north with 
the center line of Ash street to 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. 

NINTH AVARD— 

All that part of said city bounded as fol- 
lows shall be and constitute the Ninth 
Ward: Commencing at the intersection of 
the center line of the tracks of the Penn- 
sylvania Railroad Company by the center 
line of Pine street: thence running east 
with the. center line of the tracks 
of said railroad company to the 
center line of Rural street or 
said center line extended south across 
said track: thence south with the center 
line of Rural street and with the corpor- 
ation line to English avenue: thence west 
on English avenue to Auburn avenue: 
thence south on Auburn avenue to the 
center line of Prospect street: the^nce west 
with the center line of Prospect street to 
the center line of Virginia avenue: thence 
northwest with the center line of Virginia 
avenue to the center line of Cedar street; 
thence northeast with the center line of 
Cedar street to the center line of Fletcher 
avenvie: thence northwest with the center 
line of Fletcher avenue to the center line 
of Pine street: thence northeast and north 
with the center line of Pine street to the 
place of beginning. 

TENTH AVARD— 

All of that part of said city bounded as 
follows shall be and constitute the Tenth 
Ward: Commencing at the intersection of 
the center line of Ilunois street by the 
center line of Market street : thence run- 
ning ea^ with the center line of Market 
street and the center line of Monument 
place north of the monument, and the 
center line of Market street to the center 
line of Pennsylvania street: thence north 
with the center line of Pennsylvania street 
to the center line of Ohio street; thence 
east with the center line of Ohio street to 
the center line of Pine street; thence south 
and southwest with the center line of 
Pine street to the center line of Fletcher 
avenue; thence northwest with the center 
line of Fletcher avenue to the center line 
of South street; thence west with the 



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WARD BOUNDARIES. 



center line of South street to the center 
line of Illinois street; thence north with 
the center line of Illinois street to tlie place 
of beginning. 

ELEVENTH WARD— 

All of that part of said city bounded as 
follo-n-s shall be and constitute the Eleventh 
Waj-d: Commencing at the intersection of 
the center line of the canal with the center 
line of North street; thence running east 
with the center line of North to 
the center line of Alabama street; thence 
south with the center line of Alabama 
street to the center line of Ohio street; 
thence west with the center line of Ohio 
street to the center line of Pennsylvania 
street; thence south with the center line 
of Pennsylvania street to the center line 
of Market street; thence west with the 
center line of Marlcet street to the center 
of Monument place north of the monument, 
and the center line of Market street to the 
center line of Illinois street; thence south 
with the center line of Illinois street to 
the center line of Washington street; thence 
west with the center line of Washington 
street to the center line of Blackford street; 
thence north with tlie center line of Black- 
ford street to the center line of Vermont 
street; thence east with the center line of 
Vermont street to the center line of the 
canal: thence north with the center line 
of the canal to the place of beginning. 

TWELFTH AVARD— 

All of that part of the city bounded as 
follows shall be and constitute the Twelfth 
Ward: Commencing at the intersection of 
the east bank of White river by the cen- 
ter line of "U'ashington street; thence run- 
ning east with the center line of Washing- 
ton street to the center line of Illinois 
street; thence south with the center line 
of Illinois street to the center line of South 
street: thence east with the center line of 
South street to the center line of the tracks 
of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, 
Louisville division; thence south with the 
center line of the tracks of the Pennsyl- 
vania Railroad Company to the center Ime 
of McCarty street; thence west with the 
center line of McCarty street to the east 
bank of White river; thence north with the 
east bank of White river following the 
meanderings of said stream to the place 
of beginning. 

THIRTEENTH WARD— 

All of that part of said city bounded as 
follows shall be and constitute the Thir- 
teenth Ward- Commencing at the intersec- 
tion of the center line of the tracks of the 
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Louis- 
ville division, by the center line of South 
street; thence running east with the 
center line of South street to the 
center line of Fletcher avenue; thence 
southeast with the center line of Fletcher 
avenue to the center line of Cedar street; 
thence southwest with the center line of 



Cedar street to the center line of Virginia 
avenue: thence southeast with the center 
line of Virginia avenue to the center line 
of Prosnect street; thence west with the 
center line of Prospect street to the cen- 
ter line of Wright street; thence north with 
the center line of Wright street to the cen- 
ter line of Dougherty street: thence west 
with the center line of Dougherty street to 
the center line of East street; thcnre south 
with the center line of Prospect street to 
cener line of Prospect street; tlience vest 
with the center line of Prospect sireet to 
the center line of Madison avenue; thence 
northwest with the center Kne of Madison 
avenue to the center line of t;ie tracks of 
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, 
Louisville division; thence north with the 
center line of the tracks of said itiilroad 
company to the place of beginaing. 

FQURTEENTH WARD— 

All of that part of said city bounded as 
follows shall be and constitute the Four- 
teenth Ward: Commencing at the "nter- 
section of the center line of Madison avenue 
by the center line of Prospect street; thence 
running east with the center lin.; cf Pros- 
pect street to the center line of Rast street: 
thence north with the center line of East 
street to the center line of Dougherty 
street: thence east with the center line of 
Dougherty street to the center line of 
Wright street; thence south with the cen- 
ter line of Wright street to the cen<-er line 
of Prospect street: thence east w'th the 
center line of Prospect street to Virginia 
avenue and on east with the center line 
of Prospect street to Auburn avenue; 
thence south on Auburn avenue and to the 
south line of the Belt railroad: thence west 
along the south line of the Belt railroad to 
the line running north and south from the 
center of section eighteen, township fifteen 
north, range four east; thence south from 
said line to the center of section nineteen, 
township fifteen north, range four east; 
thence west in a direct line to the center 
line of Madison avenue: thence north with 
the center line of Madison avenue to the 
place of beginning. 

FIFTEENTH WARD— 

All of that part of said city bounded as 
follows shall be and constitute the Fif- 
teenth Ward: Commencing at the intersec- 
tion of the east bank of White river by 
the center line of McCarty street; thence 
running east with the center line of Mc- 
Carty street to the center line of the tracks 
of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. 
Louisville division; thence south with the 
center line of said railroad tracks to the 
center line of Madison avenue; thence 
southeast and south with the center line 
of Madison avenue to the south corporation 
line of said city; thence west with said 
corporation line to the east bank of White 
river; thence north with the east bank of 
White river following the meanderings of 
said stream to the place of beginning. 



R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Indianapolis City Directory. 



1897. 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



INDIANA STATE GOVERNMENT, 1807. 

Governor— James A. Mount. Term expires 

January, 1901. 
Lieutenant-Governor — Wm. S. Haggard. 

Term expires January, 1901. 
Secretary of State— Wm. D. Owen. Term 

expires January, 1899. 
Treasurer— Frederick J. Scholz. Term ex- 

Pebruary, 1899. 
Auditor — Americus C. Daily. Term expires 

January, 1899. 
Attorney-General— Wm. A. Ketcham. Term 

expires November, 1898. 
Superintendent Public Instruction— David 

M. Geeting. Term expires March, 1899. 
Chief of Bureau of Statistics of Indiana^ 

S. J. Thompson. Term expires November, 

1898. 
Clerk Supreme Court — Alexander Hess. 

Term expires November 22, 1898. 
Reporter Supreme Court— Charles F. Remy. 

Term expires January 13, 1901. 
Chief of Bureau of Geology— Willis S. 

Blatchley. Term expires November, 1898. 

APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR. 

Adjutant-General — James K. Gore. 

Quartermaster-General — Benjamin A. Rich- 
ardson. 

Governor's Private Secretary — Charles E. 
Wilson. 

APPOINTED BY TH^i LEGISLATURE. 

State Librariani — Emma L. Davidson. 
SUPREME COURT. 

Judges— Timothy E. Howard, James Mc- 
Cabe, James H. Jordan, Leonard J. Hack- 
ney, Leander J. Monks. 

APPOINTED BY THE SUPREME 
COURT. 
Librarian— John C. McNutt. 
Sheriff— David A. Roach. 

APPELLATE COURT, STATE HOUSE. 
Judges — Woodfin D. Robinson, Wm. J. 

Henley, James B. Black, Daniel W. Com- 

stock, Ulric Z. Wiley. 

STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 
John L. Haines, Lake; Mason J. Niblack, 
Vincennes; W. W. Stevens, Salem; J. W. 
Lagrange, Franklin; V. K. Offlcer, Volga; 
W. W. Hamilton, Greensburg; H. B. 
Howland, Howland ; Charles Downing, 
Greenfield; James M. Sankey, Terre 
Haute; John L. Davis, Crawfordsville; 
M. S. Claypool, Muncle; Wm. M. Black- 
stock, Lafayette; John L. Thompson, Gas 
City; Charles B. Harris, Goshen; Aaron 
Jones, South Bend; Jas. E. McDonald, 
Ligonier; Charles F. Kennedy, Secretary, 
14 State House. 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 
President, Douglas C. Ramsey, Mt. Ver- 
non; Secretary, John N. Hurty, Indian- 
apolis; L. L. Whitesides, Franklin; T. 
Henry Davis, Richmond; J. H. Forrest, 
Marlon. 

STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES. 

The Governor, President ex officio; John R. 
Elder, Demarchus C. Brown, Timothy 
Nicholson, Thomas E. Ellison, Mary 
Spink. Margaret F. Peelle; Ernest Bick- 
nell. Secretary, 52 State House. 

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 
President; The Governor, Presidents of 
State University, Purdue University and 
State Normal School; Superintendents of 
Schools of Indianapolis, Evansville and 
Ft. Wayne. 

BOARD OF REGENTS STATE SOL- 
DIERS' AND SAILORS' MONUMENT. 

President and Superintendent, Fred Knef- 
ler; G. V. Menzies, Jasper Packard; Ed- 
ward P. Thompson, Secretary, 93 State 
House. 

STATE BOARD OF TAX COMMISSION- 
ERS. 

The Governor, Chairman; Secretary of 
State,. Auditor of State. I. N. Walker and 
D. F. Allen. Commissioners; Secretary, 
Wm. H. Hart, 35 State House. 

STATE BUREAU OF PUBLIC PRINT- 
ING. BINDING AND STATIONERY. 

The Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor 
of State; Thomas J. Carter, Clerk, 3 State 
House. ' 

STATE DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY 

AND NATURAL RESOURCES, 

89 STATE HOUSE. 

State Geologist, Willis S. Blatchley; In- 
spector of Mines, Robert Fisher, Brazil; 
Supervisor of Natural Gas, J. C. Leach, 
89 State House; Supervisor of Oil, Chester 
F. Hall. 92 State House. 

STATE LIVE STOCK SANITARY COM- 
COMMISSION. 

George W. Hall, Raleigh; James M. San- 
key, Terre Haute; M. S. Claypool, Mun- 
cle; Mortimer Levering, Secretary, La- 
fayette; F. A. Bolser, Veterinarian, New 
Castle. 



CITY OFFICIALS. 

Offices — Basement Court House. 
Mayor — Thomas Taggart. 
Clerk to Mayor— Charles H. Spencer. 
City Clerk — Charles H. Stuckmeyer. 
Deputy City Clerk— August Tamm jr. 
Police Judge — Charles E. Cox. 



108 



CITY OFFICIALS BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS. 



Bailiff Police Court— John F. Kurtz. 

City Comptroller — Eudorus M. Johnson. 

Deputy City Comptroller— Martin J. Mur- 
phy. 

Clerks— Charles H. Adam, Arthur H. By- 
field. 

City Attorney — James B. Curtis. 

Deputy City Attorney — Joseph E. Bell. 

City Civil Engineer — Bernard J. T. Jeup; 
Chief Clerk. Miles Grant Hornaday. 

Assistant City Civil Engineers — J. H. 
Deane. J. H. Moore, Georg-e R. Boyce, 
Chai-les A. Brown. 

City Building- Inspector— George W. Bunt- 
ing. 

Foreman Street Repairs— George H. Her- 
pick. 

Assistant — Michael J. Burns. 

Clerk— John T. Brennan. 

Sweeping and Sprinkling Inspector — Charles 
A. Garrard. 

City Weighmaster — Thomas F. Harrold. 

City Veterinarian — Louis A. Greiner. 

Custodian City Hall— Michael Gantner. 
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. 

Members of the Board— Michael A. Down- 
ing-. Chairman; Martin C. Anderson, W. 
Scott Moore: Secretary, Bart Parker; As- 
sistant. John H. Reddington. 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY. 

Members of the Board— Charles Maguire, 
Chairman; Frederick J. Mack, Thomas 
J. Morse. Richard C. Herrick, Secretary; 
Thomas F. Colbert, Superintendent of 
Police; Thomas F. Barrett, Chief of Fire 
Department; George W. Bunting, Build- 
ing Inspector. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND 
CHARITIES. 

Frank A. Morrison, M. D., President. 

Martin H. Field, M. D. 

Lewis C. Cline, M. D. 

Edmund D. Clark, M. D., City Sanitarian. 

Wm. C. Ripley, Clerk. 

Henry F. Kline, Thomas H. Neilan, Wm. 
M. Arnold, A. G. Sanborn, Bernard Frey, 
Jeremiah Collins, George Woessner, San- 
itary Inspectors. 

City Hospital, cor. Locke and Margaret, 
Charles E. Ferguson, M. D., Supt. 

City Dispensary, 34 E. Ohio, Leonard Bell, 
M. D., Supt. 

BUREAU OF ASSESSMENTS. 

Wm. A. Hughes, Chief Clerk. 

Assistants— Hubert L. Schonacker, Michael 
F. Lahey, Levi E. Christy, John W. 
Pfaff, Thomas W. Cecil. 

COMMISSIONERS DEPARTMENT OF 
PUBLIC PARKS. 

Edward F. Claypool, President; Wm. E. 
English, Oran Perry, Sterling- R. Holt, 
Wm. H. Leedy; Wm. R. Hollo way. Clerk; 
J. Clyde Power, Engineer and Superin- 
tendent. 

COUNCILMEN AT LARGE. 

George J. Dudley, Thomas J. Montgomery, 
Albert E. Ranch, Robert M. Madden, 
John O'Connor, Edward Sherer. 

COMMON COUNCIL. 

l.st Ward— O. M. Murphy. 

2d Ward— John R. Allen. 

3d Ward— Gavin L. Payne. 

4th Ward- Mahlon P. Woody. 

5th Ward— Frank E. Wolcott. 

Gth Ward— John A. Puryear. 

7th Ward— George W. Shaffer. 

8lh Ward— Duncan Dewar. 

9th Ward— Frank S. Clark. 
10th Ward— Gf;orge R. Colter. 
11th Ward— Wm. H. Cooper. 
12th Ward— James H. Costello. 
13th Ward— John H. Kirkhoff. 
14th Ward— James T. Smith, 
l.^th Ward- John G. Ohleyer. 
James H. Costello, President. 



STANDING COMMITTEES. 
Aocounts and Claims— O'Connor, Wolcott, 

Allen. 
Contracts and Franchises— Montgomery, 

Smith, Ranch, Madden, Murphy, Shaffer, 

Colter. 
Elections— Dudley, Colter, Payne. 
Fees and Salaries — Madden, Ohleyer, 

Murphy. 
Finance — Wolcott. Dewar, Kirchoff, Clark, 

Ohleyer, Cooper, Allen. 
Judiciary— Raucli, Sherer, Cooper. 
Ordinances— Clark, O'Connor, Allen. 
Printing— Montgomery, O'Connor, Payne. 
Public Health— Dewar, Wolcott, Woody. 
Public Morals— Ohleyer, Ranch, Puryear. 
Public Property and Improvements — Kirk- 
hoff, Dudley, Cooper. 
Public Safety and Comfort— Sherer, Clark, 

Woody. 
Railroads— Smith, Colter, Shaffer. 
Rules— Costello. Dudley, Peryear. 
Sewers, Streets and Alleys— Montgomery, 

Dewar, Woody. 



BOARD OF SCHOOL, COMMISSIOINERS. 

1st— F. H. Blackledge, 634-635 Lemcke bldg. 
Term expires 1S97. 

2d— Wm. Scott, 48 S. Meridian. Term ex- 
pires 1897. 

3d— George W. Sloan, 22 W. Washington. 
Term expires 1899. 

4th— Henry Russe, 23 N. Capitol av. Term 
exoires 1898. 

5th— Michael J. Burns, 14 Basement Court 
House. Term expires 1899. 

6th— Herman E. Rinne. 182 W. Washing- 
ton. Term expires 1899. 

7th— Charles C. Roth, 62 Fletcher av. Term 
expires 1898. 

8th— Charles H. Adam, City Comptroller's 
Office. Term expires 1898- 

9th— Franklin Vonnegut, 184 E. Washing- 
ton. Term expires 1899. 

10th— H. C. Hendrickson, 681/2 E. Market. 
Term expires 1897. 

nth— John B. McNeely, Commercial Club 
bldg. Term expires 1897. 

Attorney of the Board— Wm. T. Brown, 
216-218 Indiana Trust bldg. 
Regular meetings of the Board at its 

rooms in the Library 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 — Wm. Scott. 

Secretary — John B. McNeely. 

Treasurer — George W. Sloan. 

Superintendent of Schools — David K. Goss. 

Assistant Superintendent— N. Cropsey. 

Assistant Secretary — Emma B. Ridenour. 

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

Office in Library Building, s. w. cor. Me- 
ridian and Ohio sts. Open from 7:30 a. m. 
to 6 p. m. 

COMMITTEES. 

Finance and Auditing — Blackledge, Rinne 
and Hendrickson. (Meets at office of 
Public Schools at 4:30 p. m., on first and 
third Fridays of each month.) 

Buildings and Grounds— Sloan, Roth and 
Blackledge. 

Furniture and Supplies— McNeely, Russe 
and Vonnegut. 

Supervision, Examination and Manual 
Training— Roth, Burns and Adam. 

Appointment of Teachers and Salaries — 
Adam, Vonnegut and Sloan. 

High School.s — Vonnegut, McNeely, Russe, 
Roth and Hendrickson. 

German, Music and Drawing — Rinne, Von- 
negut and Burns. 



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Heating-. Hygiene and Janitors — Russe, 
Hendrickson and McNeely. 

Judiciary, Districts and Boundaries — Burns, 
Blackledge and Rinne. 

Public Library — Russe, Adam, Hendrick- 
son, Sloan and Blackledge. 

Citizens' Advisory Library Committee — 
John B. Connor, Gavin L. Payne, Mrs. 
John Newman Carey, Miss Nebraska 
Cropsey. (Meets in the office of the Li- 
brarian on the Thursday preceding the 
first Friday of each month.) 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Headquarters — Corner 'Ne-w York and Mas- 
sachusetts av. 

Chief Engineer— Thomas F. Barrett. 

First Assistant Engineer— Charles E. Coots. 

Second Assistant Engineer— Gustave Ernst. 

Superintendent Fire Alarm Telegraph — 
George H. Holderman. 

Veterinary Surgeon — Louis A. Greiner. 

Engine Co. No. 1 — 147 Indiana av. ; James 
O. George, Captain. 

Engine Co. No. 2— Hillside av. and 7th; 
Ebenezer R. Leach. Captain. 

Engine Co. No. 3— Prospect, near Virginia 
av. ; John O'Brien, Captain. 

Engine Co. No. 4— Cor. Madison av. and 
Morris; John Keating, Captain. 

Engine Co. No. 5 — North Side Sixth, near 
Capitol av. ; John Fox, Captain. 

Engine Co. No. 6—273 W. Washington; Wal- 
ter Ripley, Captain. 

Engine Co. No. 7 — Headquarters; Wm. 
Gans, Engineer; Benedict Beck, Captain. 

Engine Co. No. S— Massachusetts av. near 
Noble St. ; Jacob Petty, Captain. 

Hose Reel Co. No. 9 — North Indianapolis. 

Hose Reel Co. No. 10 — Cor. Illinois and Mer- 
rill; John Glazier. Captain. 

Hose Co. No. 11 — Virginia av. near Huron; 
Wm. Arnold. Captain. 

Hose Co. No. 12 — Beville av. south of Michi- 
gan; Simeon Hoyl. Captain. 

Hose Co. No. 13 — North side Maryland east 
of Meridian; Benedict Beck, Captain. 

Hose Co. No. 14 — Twenty-second and Ken- 
wood av. ; Charles Wesby, Captain. 

Hose Co. No. 1-5—532 E Washington; John 
Loucks, Captain. 

Hose Co. No. 16 — Cor. Seventh and Ash; 
Thomas Howard, Captain. 

Hose Co. No. 17— Cor. MpCarty and West; 
Peter Delaney, Captain. 

Hose Co. No. 18— W. Washington, opp. 
Traub av. ; James Brannon, Captain. 

Chemical Co. No. 1— Cor. New York and 
Massachusetts av. ; Wm. Tobin, Captain. 

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

Chemical Co. No. 3— North side 6th near 
Capitol av; John Monaghan, Captain. 

Plook and Ladder Co. No. 1— North side 
Maryland east of Meridian; James M. 
Campbell, Captain. 

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

Hook and Ladder Co. No. 3— North side 6th 
near Capitol av. ; Thomas F. Quinn, Cap- 
tain. 

Hook and Ladder Co. No. 4—132 E. Wash- 
ington; Albert Meurer, Captain. 

Water Tower No. 1— Cor. New York and 
Massachusetts av. ; George Diller, Driver. 

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. 

10 Market and Pine. 
1—1 Vermont, bet. East and Liberty. 
1—2 No. 13 Engine House. 



Delaware and Walnut. 

New Jersey and i^'t. Wayne av. 

Peru and Massacliusetts av. 

Christian av. and Ash. 

Park av. and Butler. 

Columbia and Malott avs. 

Highland av. and John. 

No. 9 Hose House, Ash and Seventh. 

Alabama and Seventh. 

Central and Lincoln avs. 

Yandes and Lincoln av. 

Brookside av. and Jupiter. ^ 

Central av. and Eighth. 

Delaware and Tenth. 

Alabama and Moirison. 

Bellefontaine and Eighth. 

College av. and Tenth. 

Home av. and Delaware. 

Alabama and North. 

Atlas Works. 

College av and Irwin. 

Home and Cornell avs. 

Yandes and Ninth. ' 

Clifford and Highland avs 

Clifford av. and Tecumseh. 

Fourteenth and New Jersey. 

Hillside av and Clark. 

Eighth and Alvord. 

College av. and Twelfth. 

College av. and Eighteenth. 

Park av. and Fourteenth. 

L. E. & W. R. R. and Fifteenth. 

Clifford and Ramsey avs. 

Stoughton and Newman. 

Hillside and Bloyd avs. 

Illinois and St. Joseph. 

Pennsylvania and Pratt. 

Meridian and Second. 

No. 5 Engine House. 

Senate av. and St. Clair. 

Illinois and Michig-an. 

Pennsylvania and Fifth. ', 

Senate av. and Fourth. 

Capitol av. and Eighth. ; 

Pennsylvania and Michigan. 

Illinois and Eleventh. 

Colored Orphan Asylum. 

Pennsylvania and Fourteenth. 

Meridian and Seventh. 

Capitol av. and Eighteenth. 

Broadway and Cherry. ' 

Illinois and Thirteenth. 

No. 14 Hose Co. 

Illinois and Twenty-fifth. 

No. 9 Engine House. 

No. 1 Engine House. 

Meridian and Walnut. 

California and Vermont. 

Blake and New York. 

Indiana av. and St. Clair. 

City Hospital. : 

Blake and North. 

Michig^an and Agnes. 

West and Walnut. 

West and Third. 

Seventh and Howard. 

Torbet and Paca. 

Capitol av. and First. 

Northwestern av. and Twenty-first. 

Vorster and Gent. 

No. 6 Engine House. 

Geisendorff and Washington. 

Missouri and New York. 

Meridian and Washington. 

Illinois and Ohio. 

Capitol av. and Washington. 

Kingan's Pork House. 

Indianola, three squares from river. 

Missouri and Maryland. 

Senate av. and "V^'"abash. 

Capitol av. and Georgia. 

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

river. 
Insane Hospital. 
Miley av. and Washington. 
West Vermont and Belt R. R. 
Capitol av. and Ohio. 
No. 10 Hose House. 
Illinois and Louisiana- 
West and South. 



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FIRE DEPARTMENT POLICE DEPARTMENT. 



5 — I West and McCarty. 

6 — b Senate av. and Henry. 

5—7 Meridian and Ray. 

5— S No. 4 Engine House. 

5—9 Madison av. and Dunlop. 
5 — 1—2 West and Ray. 
»— 1— 3 Kentucky av. and Merrill. 
5—1^ — 1 Union and Morris. 
5 — 1 — (i Illinois and Kansas. 
5—1—7 Morris and Dakota. 
5 — 1— S Morris and Church. 
0—1—9 Capitol av. and McCarty. 
5-^—1 Meridian and Palmer. 
5— 2— o Pine and Lord. 
5 — 2 — 1 Madison av. and Lincoln lane. 
5—2—6 Meridian and Belt R. R. 
5 — ^2—7 Carlos and Ray. 
5— 2— vS No. 17 Engine House. 
5 — 2—9 Meridian and Raymond. 

6 — 1 No. 2 Hook and Ladder House. 

6—2 Pennsylvania and Madison av. 

«>— 3 Delaware and McCarty. 

6 — i East and McCarty. 

6 — 5 New Jersey and Merrill. 

6—7 Virginia av. and Bradshaw. 

6—8 East and Coburn. 

6—9 Picking and High. 
6—1—2 McKernan and Dougherty. 
6 — 1—3 East and Lincoln lane, 
6 — 1 — 1 East and Beecher. 
6 — 1—5 Wright and Sanders. 
6—1—7 McCarty and Beaty. 

7 — 1 No. 11 Engine House. 

7 — 2 East and Georgia. 

7—3 Cedar and Elm. 

7 — i Benton and Georgia. 

7—5 English av. and Pme. 

7—6 Dillon and Bates. 

7 — 8 No. 3 Engine House. 

7—9 Fletcher av. and Dillon. 
7—1—2 Spruce and Prospect. 
7—1—3 English av. and Linden. 
7—1-^ Olive and Willow. 
7—1— .5 Shelby and Beecher. 
7—1—6 State av. and Orange. 
7—1—8 Orange and Laurel. 
7—1—9 Barth and Cottage avs. 
7—2—1 Lexington av. and Linden. 
7—2—3 Fletcher av. and Spruce. 
7—2—4 State av. and Pleasant. 
7 — 2—5 Prospect and Pleasant av. 
7—2 — 6 Orange and Harlan. 
7—2—8 Indiana Bicycle Works. 

8—1 Market and New Jersey. 

8 — 2 Washington and Delaware. 

8—3 Washington and East. 

8 — 4 New York and Davidson. 

8—5 Deaf and Dumb Asylum. 

8—6 U. S. Ar.senal. 

8—7 Oriental and Washington. 

8 — 9 Female Prison. 
&— 1— 2 No. 8 Hose House. East Washington. 
8 — 1 — 3 Market and Noble. 
8—1—4 Ohio and Highland av. 
8—1—5 Michigan and Highland av. 
8 — 1— ^; Market and Arsenal av. 
8 — 2 — 1 Panhandle Railway Shops. 
8—2—3 Walcott and Carter. 
8—2^ State av. and Washington. 
8 — 2—5 Madden's Lounge Factory. 
8— 2— C Tucker & Dorsey. 
8—2—7 Washington and Beville av. 
8—2—9 No. 12 Hose House. 
8 — 3 — 1 Michigan av. and Woodside. 
8—3—2 Washington and Dearborn. 

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— G Headquarters. 

9—7 Grand Hotel. 

9—8 Capitol av. and Ohio. 

PRIVATE FIRE HYDRANTS. 

Balke-KrauKs (U> 1 

TJ. 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 

Dugdale Can Co 1 

Kingan & Co. (ltd) 1 

Citizens" Street Car Co 1 

Premier Steel Co 1 

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, fire out and hose reeled up. 
3 strokes calls off the Fire Pressure. 
3 — 3 calls for Fire Pressure without pull- 
ing a box. 
12 strokes at 12 m.. struck at tower. 

WEST INDIANAPOLIS BOXES. 
(Telephone 543). 
2 Car Works. 

4 Judge Harding and Vandalia Line. 

5 Indianapolis Stove Co. 

6 Indianapolis Furniture Co. 
S Wheel Works. 

15 York and Nordyke. 

21 William and Howard. 

22 Morris and Crawford. 

23 Morris and Hadley. 

24 Belt Railroad OfHce. 
27 Marion and Cottage. 
31 Howard and Lee. 

33 Oliver av. and Birch. 
35 Oliver and Osgood. 

41 Belmont and Lambert. 

42 Reisner and Miller. 

45 River av. and Woodburn. 

52 Morris and Reisner. 

63 River av. and Morris. 

72 Stock Yards. 

89 Harding and Oliver av. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Headquarters — Southeast cor. Pearl and 

Alabama, sts. 
Police Surgeon — Thomas E. Courtney, M. D. 
Superintendent — Thomas F. Colbert. 
Clerk to Superintendent— John E. Engle. 
Captains— James F. Quigley, Charles F. 

Dawson. 
Sergeants — John Lowe, John Corrigan, 

Christian Kruger, Leonard Crane, Miller 

J. Laporte, Frank Schwab, Martin J. Hy- 

land, Wm. F. Schweigert. 
Doormen — G. A. Taffe, John Long. 
Court Bailiff— John F. Kurtz. 

DRIVERS OF PATROL WAGONS. 
Charles Rogers, Albert Miller, John F. 

Loughlin, Joseph Steinruck. 

IMPOUNDING OFFICER. 
A. O. Robinson. 

PATROLMEN. 



Asch, Adolph. 
Barlow, George F. 
Bartleson, John A. 
Beckman, Wm. F. 
Bolen. Frank B. 
Boylan, John P. 
Bray, Edward S. 
Butcher. Daniel A. 
Byard, Jackson L. 
Caplinger, Daniel B. 
Carter, Daniel. 
Clarke, Nelson E. 
Conklin, Wm. H. 
Coulson, Joseph E. 
Cox, Wm. L. 
Crabtree, James. 
(.Yannon. Timothy. 
Cronin, James J. 
(.'urran, Patrick J. 
Dilts. George W. 
Dippel, Peter. 
Dugaii, Thomas F. 
Fickle. Albert. 



Gerber, Samuel S. 
Giblin, Frank. 
Grubb, Theodore. 
Guntz, Simon J. 
Hagerman, Green. 
Haley, Daniel F. 
Hanlon, Lawrence. 
Harris, Edward. 
Hart, Simpson T. 
Hauser, Conrad. 
Helm, John C. m 

Hite, Wm. D. 
Hoffbauer, Nicholas 

J. 
Hollahan, Jeremiah 

A. 
Holtz, Wm. A. 
Irish Samuel F. 
.lackson, Newton. 
Jones, Benjamin F. 
Jordan, Robert H. 
Konnaugh, Thos. C. 
Kimpel, John N. 



COUNTY OFFICERS TOWNSHIP OFFICERS ASYLUMS. 



Ill 



Rockafellow, C. W. 
Rogers, Charles. 
Rogers, Wm. 
Ross, Robert. 
Sangston, Wm. 
Schrader. Henry C. 
Scott, Lewis C. 
Seamans, Joseph R. 
Shaffer, Adolphus C. 
Slate, Henry. 
Smith, Allen F. 
Spearing, Frederick. 
Steinruck, Joseph. 
Stephans, Andrew J. 
Stevens. Bion R. 
Streit, Jesse M. 
Taffe. George A. 
Temple, Carter. 
Tieben, Garret H. 
Tomlinson, George 

H. 
Wallace. Harry R. 
Ward, Nathan T. 
Ware, Charles A. 
Warren, Calvin M. 
Weible, John. 
Wheeler, Edward. 
Wilson, James F. 
Winn, James W^. 
"Woodward, Wm. 
Woolley, Oliver W. 



Kitzmiller. John C. 
Knauss, Christian G. 
Koons, George B. 
Kurtz, Jacob D. 
Lancaster, David R. 
Leet, Ira L. 
Leppert, Samuel. 
Lous^hlin, John F. 
Lund, Perry. 
Lyons, Robert H. 
McMullen, Valentine 

S. 
Mackessey. Timothy. 
Mahoney, Martin F. 
Mathey. Alfred F. 
Mefford, James O. 
Milam. Wm. B. 
Miller, Albert. 
Monninger, Henry. 
Moore, Teri-ance M. 
Mulhall, Edward T. 
O'Brien, Patrick W. 
Panse, James B. 
Pope. Henry T. 
Pope, James P, 
Rader, John D. 
Raftery. Michael. 
Recer, Joseph H. 
Richardson, Jose- 

phus. 
Rinker, A. Dayton. 
Robinson, Albert O, 

DETECTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief — Timothy Splann. 

Detectives — Benjamin T. Thornton, John 
Kaehn, Jeremiah E. Kinney, Martin Mc- 
Guff, David S. Richards, Frank Wilson, 
Thomas L. Stout, John F. Manning. 

POLICE COURT. 
Court House. 
Police Judge — Charles E. Cox. 
Clerk — Charles H. Stuckmeyer. 
Deputy Clerk — August Tamm. 
Bailiff— John F. Kurtz. 

MERCHANT POLICE. 

Headquarters — 10 Odd Fellows" Bldg. 

Captain— Jasper N. Clary. 

Lieutenant — John H. Whitman. 

Secretary — Benjamin F. Wilson. 

Treasurer — Benjamin F. My^rs. 

Patrolmen — Nelson Daubenspeck, Robert D. 
Bacon, George W. Fess, Christian Cook, 
Thomas M. Kingsbury, David F. Clary, 
George W. Cheatham, Michael Smiley, 
Wilford Bristow, Ira Hadley, Samuel 
Hice, James Breen, Wm. Hillman, John 
L. Elliott, Samuel Dever, Thomas C. 
Moore, Harry J. Thrush, Thomas Morton, 
John M. Shulse, John Minor, Milton H. 
Miller, Bennett Campbell. John C. Bal- 
lard, Joseph O'Donnell, Charles F. Reno, 
George W. Hancock, Frank S. Littlejohn, 
Bowen F. Julian. Thomas B. Archer, Sam- 
uel J. McClure, John T. Borgmann, John 
C. Whittinghill, Alonzo Gates, Wm. H. 
Harwood, Henry P. Thomas, Christian 
Hansing, Cyrenius E. Porteus. Mark A. 
Smith, Benjamin A. Bell, John M. Spears, 
Isaac N. Williams, Frank A. Arnold, John 
C. Johnson. Charles H. Dongers, Herman 
F. Ropkey, Foster Cunningham. Wm. 
Smith, Warren G. McCain, John Foltzen- 
logle, Abraham C. Fouty. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk (ex-offlcio of all courts) — James W. 
Fesler. Term expires December, 1898. 
Deputy, Clinton L. Hare. 

Treasurer— Wm. H. Schmidt. Term expires 
September, 1899. Deputy, David Wallace. 

Auditor— Harry B. Smith. Term expires 
November, 1899. 

Recorder— ■V\''m. E. Shilling. Term expires 
December, 1898. Deputy, Benjamin Frank- 
lin. 



Sheriff— Thomas P. Shufelton. Term ex- 
pires December, 1898. 

Coroner — Alembert W. Brayton. Term ex- 
pires November, 1898. 

Commissioners— James E. Greer, term ex- 
pires November, ' 189S; John McGregor, 
term expires November, 1899; Henry 
Harding, term expires November, 1901. 

Assessor — Joseph E. Boswell. Term expires 
November, 1900. 

Surveyor — John V. Coyner. Term expires 
November, 1898. 

Superintendent of Schools — Wm. B. Flick. 
Term expires 1897. 

Judge Marion Circuit Court — Henry Clay 
Allen. Term expires November, 1900. 

Probate Commissioner — Gus O' Bryan. 51 
Court House. 

Judges Superior Court — Room 1— John L. 
McMaster. Term exiJires November, 1898. 
Room 2 — Lawson M. Harvey. Term ex- 
pires November, 1898. Room 3 — Vinson 
Carter. Term expires November 15, 1898. 

Judge Marion Criminal Court — Frank Mc- 
Cray. Term expires November, 1898. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Charles S. Wiltsie. 
Term expires November, 1898. ■ 

TOWXSHIP OFFICERS. 

Township Assessor— Eugene Saulcy. Term 
expires August 4. 1897. 

Deputies— M. L. Jefferson, Edward A. 
Bretz, Benjamin F. Conner, Wm. U. Gra- 
ham. James N. Shelton, John A. Porter. 

Justices of the Peace— Charles A. Clark, 
Frank M. Hay, John H. Herig (W. I.); 
Wm. S. Lockman, Ezra G. Martin (H.): 
Carl Habich, Luke Walpole, John W. 
Sears (B.); Wm. H. Nickerson, Elmer B. 
Pentecost (I.) 

Constables— A. A. Whitesell, C. J. White- 
sell. Joseph B. Shores, Wm. H. Huston, 
Frank L. Glass. Philip Marer, David J. 
Smock, John F. Henninger. 

Trustees— Center. Horace B. Makepeace. 
101/. E. Washington street; Franklin, Wm. 
B. "Pentecost; Perry. Benjamin M. Mor- 
gan; Pike, Sobiski Butler; Washington, 
Oliver J. Pursel; W^ayne. Francis M. 
Clark; Warren. John Kitley; Lawrence, 
Michael M. Hindman; Decatur. Thornton 
A. Mills. 

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



ASYLUMS, HOSPITALS, ETC. 

Alpha Home for Aged Colored Women- 
Darwin, near Hillside av. 

Asylum for Friendless Colored Children^ 
Southwest cor. Twelfth and Senate av. 
Mrs. Alice R. Taylor. Pres. 

Central Hospital for Insane— National road 
3 miles west of city. George F. Edenhar- 
ter, M. D.. Supt. 

City Dispensarv— .il East Ohio street. 
Leonard Bell, M. D.. Supt. 

Citv Hospital— Northwest cor. Locke and 
Margaret streets. Charles E. Ferguson, 
M. D.. Supt. 

County Infirmary— Indiana av., four miles 
northwest of city. Flavious J. Meyers. 
Supt. 

Friendly Inn— 290 West Market street. W^m. 
R. Moore, Supt. 

German Lutheran Orphans' Home— North- 
east cor. Washington and Watts. Wm. 
C. Jaeger, Supt. 

German General Protestant Orphan Asy- 
lum—South State av.. opp. Sycamore 
street. Henry F. Roesener. Supt. 

Guardians' Home— Southeast cor. Auburn 
av. and Prospect. 

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



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BANKS AND BANKERS TRUST COMPANIES BUILDERS EXCHANGE. 



Home of the Good Shepherd— 57 West Ray- 
mond. 

Indiana Institute for the Education of the 
BUnd— North side of North, between Me- 
ridian and Pennsylvania streets. Wm. H. 
Glascock, Supt. 

Indiana Institution for Educating the Deaf 
and Dumli— Southeast cor. Washington 
street and State av. R. O. Johnson. Supt. 

Indiana Reform School for Girls and Wom- 
an's Prison— Southeast cor. Michigan and 
Randolph streets. Sarah F. Keely. Supt. 

Indianapolis Home for Friendless Women- 
Corner Capitol av. and Eleventh street. 
Gertrude T. Marquess. Matron. 

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

Katharine Home— Southeast cor. Capitol 
av. and Eleventh street. Mary A. Hen- 
dricks, Supt. 

Marion County Jail- Southwest cor. Dela- 
wai-e and Pearl streets. Thomas P. Shuf- 
elton, Sheriff. 

Marion County Work House— South side 
Twelfth street, between Highland place 
and Northwestern av. Cornelius Mc- 
Groarty, Supt. 

Polyclinique in connection with Central 

. College of Physicians and Surgeons— 209 
South Pennsylvania. 

Protestant Deaconess Home— IIS North 
Senate av. Bertha Schneider, Matron. 

Rescue Home and Mission — 49 East South. 
Wm. V. Wheeler, Supt. 

St. Joseph's Home and Industrial School— 
397 South Alabama. 

^t. Vincent's Infirmary— Southeast cor. Del- 
aware and South streets. In charge of 
the Sisters of Charity. 



BAXKS AND BANKERS. 

Indianapolis Clearing House Association— 
8 Fletcher's Bank Bldg. Frederick Baggs, 
MngT. 

Capital National Bank— Commercial Club 

■ Bldg. Chartered 1S89. Capital, $300,000; 
surplus. $45,000; undivided profits, $12,000. 
Medford B. Wilson, Pres.; W. F. Church- 
man, Cashr. 

Indiana National Bank— Cor. Pennsylvania 
and Virginia av. Incorporated 1865. Capi- 
tal, $300,000; surplus and undivided profits 
$700,000. Volney T. Malott, Pres.; Edward 
L. McKee, Vice Pres. ; Edward B. Porter, 
Cashr.; M. W. Malott, Asst Cashr. 

•Indianapolis National Bank— 607 Indiana 
Trust Bldg. Edward Hawkins. Receiver. 

Merchants' National Bank The— Southwest 
cor. Washington and Meridian streets. 
Incorporated 1865; charter extended 1885. 
Capital, $1,000,000; surplus, $90,000; John P. 
Frenzel. Pres.; Otto N. Frenzel, Vice 
Pres. and Cashr.; Frederick Fahnley, 
Second Vice Pres.; Oscar F. Frenzel, 
Asst. Cashr. 

Fletcher's Bank (S. A. Fletcher & Co), 30, 
32 and .34 E. Washington street. Capital, 
ri,0f)0.000; surplus, $100,000. 

State Bank of Indiana— Northwest cor. 
Washington and Illinois. Incorporated 
1892. Capital, $200,000; surplus and un- 
divided profits. $25,000. Hiram W. Miller 
Pres.; David A. Coulter. Frankfort, Ind. 
Vice Pres.; James R. Henry, Cashr. 

'I RI'ST OOMI'AMKS. 

Indiana Trust Co.— Incorporated 189.3. Capi- 
tal, $].000,0f)0. Southeast cor. Virginia av. 
and Washington street. John P. Fren- 
zel, Pres.; John A. Butler, Sec. 

Lawyers' Loan and Trust Co.— Incorporat- 
ed 1895. Capital, $.300,000. ^SVz E. Market. 
W. F. Churchman, Pres.; H. F. Steven- 

• 3on, Sec. 

Marion Trust Co.— Incorporated 1895. Capi- 
tal, $?M.(0). Southeast cor. Market and 
M>>nument pi. Frank A. Maus, Pres • 
Wm. T. Noble, Sec. 



Union Trust Co.— Incorporated 1893. Capital, 
$600,000. 68 E. Market. J. H. Holliday. 
Pres.; Henry C. G. Bals, Sec. 



BUILDERS' KXCllANGE. 

—35 E. Ohio.— 

Meeting of members 10 o'clock a. m. daily. 

Meeting of Directors first Friday in each 
month. 

Officers — George W. Stanley, Pres. ; Stan- 
ton W. Hawkey, Vice Pres. ; Theodore P. 
Smither, Treas.; Charles Balke, Sec. 
MEMBERS. 

Adamant Wall Plaster Co. of Indiana. 

Adams Brick Co., brick mnfrs, box 151. 

Adams Henry C, stone quarry. 

Adams Joseph R., painter, box 5. 

Andrews George W., press brick, box 23. 

Archer Alexander M., wall plaster. 

Aufderheide Henry, genl contr, box 102. 

Bachman Frederick M., lumber. 

Balke & Krauss Co., lumber, box 117. 

Bender Conrad, genl contr, box 163. 

Bernhardt Lorenz, stone contr, box 91. 

Boring Ephraim, plastr, box 124. 

Brown-Ketcham Iron Works, box 64. 

Brown M. L., lumber. 

Bruner Anderson, sewer contr, box 56. 

Burnet & Lewis, box 121. 

Capitol Lumber Co, box 4. 

Clarke & Sons, plumbers, box 113. 

Clements George, carp, box 126. 

Clements Peter, carp, box 148. 

Coburn Henry, .lumber. 

Cochrane S. W., carp, box 8. 

Consolidated Coal and Lime Co, box 133. 

Dalton & Merrifleld, lumber. 

Diamond Wall Plaster Co., box 63. 

Dreier Ernest, brick contr, box i38. 

Eldridge E. H. & Co., lumber, box 75. 

Ernst Joseph, plastr, box 153. 

Fertig & Kevers, painters, box 114. 

Foster Lumber Co., box 3. 

Francke & Schindler, hardware. 

Eraser Bros. & Van Hoff, lumber, box 71. 

Fritz Peter, stone contr, box 105. 

Fulmer Leander A., excavator, box 46. 

Gardner Joseph, tinner, box 131. 

Greensburg Limestone Co.. box 64. 

Haugh-Noelke Iron Wks. box 22. 

Hawkey Stanton W., brick contr, box 104. 

Heintz Valentine, brick contr, box 13. 

Hetherington & Berner, box 141. 

Humphreys M. E. & Co., roof matrl, box 84. 

Indianapolis Manufacturers' and Carpen- 
ters' Union, lumber, box 34. 

Ittenbach G. «& Co., cut stone contrs, 
box 83. 

Jameson Thomas H., genl contr, box 95. 

Johnson Wm. A., painter, box 74. 

Kattau Wm. H., genl contr, box 15. 

Keller Julius, cement walks, box 132. 

Kirkhoff Bros., plumbers, box 31. 

Koehring & Son, hardware, box 32. 

Koss & Fritz, stone contrs, box 135. 

Kraas Wm., contr. box 42. 

Krauss Charles, pumps, box 25. 

Kruse & Dewenter, heating furnaces. 

Laakmann & Sherer, cement walks, box 35. 

Lauck John, contr, box 104. 

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

Lilly & Stalnaker, hardware, box 161. 

Long Steel and Iron Roofing Co., box 37. 

Luedeman Bros., brick mnfrs, box 21. 

McGauly James, plumber, box 116. 

Mc Workman W., tinner and roofer, box 67. 

Mack Frederick J., painter, box 145. 

Marion Brick Vv'orks, brick mnfrs, box 62. 

Martin John, brick contr, box 142. 

Meyer A. B. & Co., lime and cement, box 24. 

Michie Albert, bridge contr. 

Michigan Ijumber Co., box 54. 

Morse Thomas J., genl contr, box 61. 

Muecke Wm.. painter, box .36. 

Mueller J. A. D., stair builder, box 158. 

Noe Nicholas, brick contr, box 98. 

Nuerge & Reinking, genl contrs, box 66. 

Otto Gas Engine Co., John Wallace, agt. 



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Pangborn George W., real est. 
Pearce Charles, genl contr, box 72. 
Petrie Wm., stone contr, box 96. 
Pierson J. C. & Son, brick contrs, box 51. 
Pierson Levi S., brick contr, box 14. 
Pothast Christian, brick mnfr, box 27. 
Preusch J. F., carp, box 33. 
Pursell Peter M., heating- furnaces, box 137. 
Roberts Lemuel, stair builder, box 127. 
Russell Isaac, lumber, box 6. 
Salisbury & Stanley, genl contrs, box 65. 
Schmid J. C. & Sons, stone contrs, box 94. 
Schultz & Sommer. plasterers, box 147. 
Shellhouse & Co.. hardware, box 156. 
Sheridan Brick Works, box 151. 
Shover James E., genl contr, box 73. 
Shover Gran D., excavator, box 12. 
Schreiber Frederick, contr, box 82. 
Schumacher John A. & Co.. contrs, box 152. 
Sims J. A., gravel roofer, box 146. 
Smith George F.. contr, box 155. 
Smither Theodore F., roofer, box 85. 
Smock Ferdinand C carp, box 43. 
Spielhoff Henry & Son, genl contrs, box 103. 
Sullivan C. W., plasterer, box 101. 
Tielking Henry W., stone contr, box 44. 
Tall Wm R., plasterer, box 53. 
Thurtle J. G., architect. 
Twiname James E., brick mnfr, box 106. 
Twiname John J., brick contr, box 45. 
Van Camp Hardware and Iron Co. 
Vater Thomas J., brick contr, box 112. 
Vonnegut Clemens, hardware. 
Wallace John, Otto gas engines. 
"Weaver George, brick contr, box 144. 
Wehking Charles F.. brick contr, box 162. 



BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSO- 
CIATIONS. 

Acme Savings and Loan Association — W. 
H. String-er, Sec, 428 N. Senate av. 

Active Building Association— H. F. Shoe- 
maker, Sec. 4261/^ Mass. av. . 

Advance Saving and Loan Association- 
Frank M. Hueber, Sec, lOSVz E. Wash- 
ington. 

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

Alabama Street Building. Loan and Sav- 
ings Association — Wm. G. Holland. Sec, 
915 N. Capitol av. 

American Building- and Loan Assbciation— 
Jesse Summers, Sec, 42 Lombard bldg. 

American Loan and Savings Society— S. L. 
Doug-lass, Sec, 529 Lemcke bldg. 

American LTnion Savings Association — 
Jesse W. Brooks, Agt.. 44% N. Penn. 

Arsenal Building and Loan Association — 
James R. Scott, Sec, 75 E. Seventh. 

Atlas Saving's Association— Robert Martin- 
dale, Sec. 84 E. Market. 

Bee Hive Savings and Loan Association — 
Hugh Campbell, Sec, 641 Mass. av. 

Big Four Building Association— Samuel E. 
Ellerman. Sec. 68i/i E. Market. 

Blalfe Street Savings and Loan Association 
No. 4— Joseph Hoy, Sec. 454 Blake. 

Cabinet Makers' Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation — Gustav G. Stark, Sec, 436 E. 
Market. 

Capital City Building and Loan Association 
—Robert G. Brier. Sec, 78 N. Penn. 

Celtic Savings and Loan Association— John 
R. Welch. Sec, 34 Monument pi. 

Center Building and Loan Association — 
Samuel W. Wales. Sec. 387 Mass. av. 

Central Savings and Loan Association No. 
3— Theodore Stein, Sec. 229 Lefncke bldg. 

Citizens' Mutual Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation — Albert B. Carter. Sec, 29 Journal 
bldg. 

Citizens' Savings and Loan Association No. 
2— E. J. Hoffman. Sec, 161 Union. 

City Savings and Loan Association — Joseph 
Buennagel. Sec. 174 Duncan. 

College Avenue Saving-s and Loan Associa- 
tion—Fred C. Gardner, Sec, 292 Broad- 
way. 



Columbia Savings and Loan Association- 
James L. Kingsbury, Sec, 3014 N. Dela- 
■ware. 

Commercial Building and Loan Association 
—Levi Kennedy. Sec, 416 Indiana Trust 
bldg. 

Commonwealth Loan and Savings Associa- 
tion of Indianapolis— Charles E. Dark, 
Sec, 181^ Waverly bldg. 

Crescent Loan and Investment Company — 
James H. Lowes, Sec. 63 When bldg. 

Dime Savings and Loan Association— W. A. 
Rhodes. Sec. 2 Plymouth bldg. 

Dow-ney Street Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion Nos. 1 and 2— Peter Ohleyer, Sec, 
452 S. Meridian. 

Dwelling Building Association— J. E. Pierce, 
Sec, 24 S. Penn. 

East End Saving and Loan Association — 
L. D. Buenting, Sec, 27i4 S. Delaware. 

East Vv^ashington Street Building- and Loan 
Association— Emil C. Rassmann, Sec, 31 
Monument pi. 

Eastern Savings and Loan Association — 
Conrad Mueller, Sec. Merchants' Na- 
tional Bank. 

English Avenue No. 2 Building and Loan 
Association— J. F. Reinecke, Sec, 56 
Fletcher av. 

Economy Savings and Loan Association — 
M. Steinhauer, Sec, 201 Bates. 

Equitable Savings and Loan Association — 
L. G. Dynes. Sec. 245 E. Washington. 

Equitable State Building- and Loan Asso- 
ciation — H. D. Vories, Sec, 512 Indiana 
Trust Bldg. 

Eureka Saving and Loan Asociation — T. C. 
Whitcomb, Sec, 60 E. Market. 

Fidelity Building- and Savings Union Nos. 
1. 2. 3. 4 and .5— Edward J. Robinson. Sec, 
81 W. Market. 

Fidelity Savings and Loan Association — A. 
C. Simms. Sec. 184 Indiana av. 

Fletcher Avenue Building- and Loan Asso- 
ciation—Nelson Yoke, Sec. 131 Fletcher 
av. 

Fourteenth Street Saving and Loan Asso- 
ciation—Sidney M. Dyer, Sec, 31 Monu- 
ment pi. 

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

Fraternal Building and Loan Association — 
George "W. Powell, Sec, 51 Journal Bldg. 

Fraternal Building and Loan Association 
No. 2— George W. Powell, Sec, 51 Journal 
Bldg. 

Garfield Park Building and Loan Associa- 
tion—Joseph Ruff, Sec. 42 S. New Jersey. 

German-American Building- and Loan As- 
sociation A and B— G. W. Brown, Sec, 
100 N. Delaware. 

German-American Perpetual Saving and 
Loan Association— H. W. Aldag, Sec, 
Merchants' National Bank. 

German Home Building and Loan Associa- 
tion — H. W. Fechtman. Sec 

Globe Loan and Savings Association— Hen- 
ry Thienes, Sec. 204 Clifford av. 

Government Building- and Loan Institu- 
tion— H. E. Rose. Sec, 31 Journal Bldg. 

Government Building and Loan Institution 
No. 2 and 3— H. E. Rose, Sec, 31 Journal 
Bldg. 

Guardian Savings and Loan Association — 
Wm. H. Hobbs, Sec. 70 E. Market. 

Guarantee Savings and Investment Asso- 
ciation— S. D. La Fuze, Sec. 68 Lombard 
Bldg. 

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

Home Builders' Savings and Loan Asso- 
ciation—Hugo Wuelflng. Sec. 35 S. Me- 
ridian. 

Home Savings Association — Alice V. Men- 
denhall. Sec. 627 Lemcke Bldg. 

Hoosier Savings and Loan Association The 
—yv^. H. Stringer, Sec. 428 N Senate av. 

Ideal Society for Savings Association — G. 
L. Paetz. Sec. .36 Stevens. 



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and 
Kahlo. Sec, 



Loan 
!2 E. 



Building and Loan 
Kahlo, Sec, 32 E. 



Kahlo, Sec. 



Illinois and Seventh Street Savings and 
Loan Association No. 2— A. A. Young, 
Sec. 12 N. Meridian. 
Imperial Savings and Loan Association- 
George W. Ryan, Sec. 719 Lemcke Bldg. 
Independent Turners' Savings and Loan 
Association— August Doeppers, Sec, 700 
E. Market. 
Indiana Home and Savings Association— 

C. E. Galloway, Sec. 94 E. Market. 
Indiana Mutual No. 1 Building and Loan 
Association— Charles Kahlo. Sec, .'S E. 
Market. 
Indiana Mutual No. 2 Buildin 
Association — Charles 
Market. 
Indiana Mutual No. 3 
Association — Charles 
Market. 
Indiana Mutual No. 4 — Charle 

32 E. Market. 
Indiana Mutual No. .5— Charles Kahlo, Sec. 

32 E. Market. 
Indiana Savings and Investment Company 

— C. E. Holloway, Sec, 90 E. Market. 
Indiana Savings and Loan Association No. 

2— Jacob Buennagel. Sec, 387 S. East. 
Indiana Society for Savings — C. A. Book- 
waiter, Sec. 214 Lemcke bldg. 
Indianapolis Building and Loan Association 

— W. A. Rhodes. Sec, 72 E. Market. 
Indianapolis Savings and Investment Com- 
pany—George L. Raschig, Sec. 36 Monu- 
ment pi. 
Indianola Building and Loan Association- 
Frank B. Fowler, Sec, 601 Lemcke bldg. 
Industrial Alliance Building and Loan As- 
sociation— J. M. Heller, Sec. 35 Baldwin 
blk. 
Industrial Savings and Loan Association 
No. 3— Peter Ohleyer, Sec, 452 S. Merid- 
ian. 
International Building and Loan Associa- 
tion Nos. 1 and 2— Charles Schurmann, 
Sec. 83 E. Market. 
Interstate Building and Savings Associa- 
tion—John H. Furnas, Sec. 112 N. Penn. 
Knights of Labor Savings Association No. 
2— Theodore C. Hoffmann, Sec, Mer- 
chant.s' National Bank. 
Laborers' Savings and Loan Association 

No. 2— Frank H. Goheen, 348 Cotaurn. 
Laborers' Savings and Loan Association 
No. .3— L. D. Buenting. 271/2 S. Delaware. 
Lombard Building and Loan Association— 

A. L. Cook. Sec, 97 Lombard bldg. 
McCarty Street Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion—Rudolph P. Thiecke, 483 S, New Jer- 
sey. 
Madi.son Avenue No. 4 Building and r>oan 
Association — Jacob Buennagel, Sec. 3S7 S. 
East. 
Madi.son Avenue No. .") Building' and I^oan 
Association — Frank H. Goheen, Sec. 34.S 
Coburn. 
Madison Road Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion — John Brill, jr,. Sec, 425 Madison av. 
Madison Road Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion No. 2— John Brill, jr.; Sec, 425 Madi- 
son av. - . 
Marion County Savings and T^oan Associa- 
tion—Joseph Buennagel, Sec, 174 Duncan. 
Marion Trust and Loan Company— J. F. 

Fesler. Sec, 10 C'lay. 
Massachusetts Avenue and Michigan Street 
Building and T.,oan Association— E. M. 
Ogle, Sec, 400 N. Meridi;in. 
Mechanics' Mutual Building and Loan As- 
sociation-Albert Rabb. Assignee, 62 Lom- 
bard bldg. 
Mechanics' Mutual Building and I.,oan As- 
sociation No. 1— Albert Rabb, Assignee, 
62 Lombard bldg. 
Mechanics' Mutual Building find I^oan As- 
sociation No. 2— George L. Raschig. Re- 
ceiver, 36 Monument pi. 
Merrill Savings and Loan Association— Ja- 
cob Buennagel, Sec. 387 S. lOast. 



Monument Savings and Loan Association— 
H. F. Stevenson, Sec, 681/2 E, Market. 

Morris Street Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion No. 2— Charles W. Drewes, Sec, 265 
ITnion. 

Mutual Home and Savings Association— W. 

A. Rhodes, Sec. 72 E. Market. 

Mutual Savings Union and Loan Associa- 
tion—John Schley, Sec, 16 Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

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

New Massachusetts Avenue Savings and 
Loan— Wm. F. Wocher. Sec. 191/2 N. Penn. 

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

New Shelby Street Building and Loan As- 
sociation—Anton Schmidt, Sec, 362 Shelby. 

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

Noble Street Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion—Theodore Stein, Sec, 229 Lemcke 
bldg. 

North Bast Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion — Newton Todd, Sec, 7 Ingalls blk. 

North Side Savings and Loan Association 
— W. H. Stringer, Sec, 428 N. Senate av. 

Occidental Savings and Loan Association — 
C. H. Rosebrock, Sec, 19 Thorpe blk. 

Pan Handle Building, Savings and Loan 
Association — P. J. Landers, Sec, 774 B. 
Washington. 

Parnell Building and Loan Association — 
Jeremiah Collins, Sec, 373 S. Illinois. 

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

People's Mutual Savings and Loan — H. R. 
Martin. Sec, 25 Water. 

Personal Property Saving and Loan Asso- 
ciation — W. A. Zumpfe, Sec, 4 Lombard 
bldg. 

Phoenix Savings and Loan Asociation — C. 

B. Feibleman, Sec, 90 B. Court. 
Plymouth Savings and Loan Association — 

Edward Gilbert, Sec, 441/2 N Penn. 

Progress Savings and Loan Association — 
Peter Pfisterer, Sec, 1031/2 E. Washington. 

Prospect Savings and Loan Association- 
John Schley, Sec, 16 Masonic Temple. 

Provident Savings, Loan and Investment 
Assoeiiition — Arthur B. Grover, Sec, 4.36 
Lemcke Bldg. 

Prudential Depository, Saving and Loan 
Association— C. R. Jones, Sec, 30 Monu- 
ment pi. 

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

Reserve Fund Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion of Indiana— Charles H. Young, Sec, 
35 When blk. 

Royal Savings and Loan Association — How- 
ard Kimbal, Sec, 89 B, Market. 

Rural Savings and Loan Association — 
George H. McCaslin, Sec. 21/2 W. Wash- 
ington. 

Security Savings and Loan Association — 
Kenneth G. Reid, Sec, 42 N, Delaware. 

Southeastern Savings and Loan Association 
— C. H. Adam. Sec, 326 Orange. 

South Meridian Street No. 3 Savings and 
T..oan Association — J. G. Ohleyer, Sec, 29 
W. Washington. 

Standard Saving and Loan Association of 
Indianapolis- C. H. Rosebrock, Sec, S8i/^ 
E. Washington. 

Standard Savings and Loan Association of 
Indiana— George R. Root, Sec, 27 Thorpe 
blk. 

Star Savings and T^oan Association— H. H. 
Fay. Sec. 401/, 7,;; Washington. 

Slate Building and I-oan Association of In- 
diana Nos. 2 and .3— Frank H. Hovcy, 
Sec, 31 S. Penn. 

State Capitol Investment Company— John 
Furnas, Sec, 26-27 When Bldg. 



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State House Building Association — H. F. 
Hackedorn, Sec, 211-213 Indiana Trust 
bidg-. 

State House Dime Association — H. P. 
Hackedorn, Sec, 211-213 Indiana Trust 
bldg-. 

Sun Building-. Loan and Investment Com- 
pany—John Green, Sec, 12% N. Delaware. 

Sun Savings and Investment Company — L. 
G. Miller, Sec, 117 W. Georgia. 

Teutonia No. 4 Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion — Conrad Mueller, Sec, Merchants' 
National Bank. 

Thorpe Block Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion— J. K. Wright, Sec, 83 E. Market. 

Triennial Savings and Loan Association — 
E. J. Hoffman, Sec, 161 Union. 

Turner Building and Savings Association 
No. 2— Armin Bohn, Sec, 1060 N. Senate 
av. 

Union Mutual Building and Loan Associa- 
tion — James E. Franklin, Sec, 87 W. Mar- 
ket. 

LTnion National Savings and Loan Associa- 
tion The. Nos. 1 and 2 — Nicholas Ensley, 
Sec, 65 E. Ohio. 

United States Building and Loan Institu- 
tion—Caleb N. Lodge, Sec, 721 Lemcke 
bldg. 

L^nited States Savings Fund and Invest- 
ment Company— E. H. Hall, Sec, 42-44 
Lorraine bldg. 

Virginia Avenue Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation — Oswald Thau, Sec, 430 Virginia 
av. 

Washington Savings and Loan Association 
—John W. Hall, Sec, 18 Aetna bldg, igi/o 
N. Penn. 

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

West Market Exchange Building and Loan 
Association— W. H. Stringer, Sec, 428 N. 
Senate av. 

Western Savings and Loan Association — 
Theo. A. Pfafflin, Sec, 997 N. Senate av. 

World Building. Loan and Investment 
Company— Everett Wagner, Sec, 36V^ W. 
Washington. 

Young Men's Saving and Loan Association 
— H. A. Weber. Sec, 198 Virginia av. 



CEMETERIES. 

Crown Hill Cemetery — Incorporated 1863. 
Situated on Northwestern av, three 
miles north of the city, and comprises 
about 400 acres of land. Allen M. Fletch- 
er, Pres.; George P. Anderson, Sec; of- 
fice, 6 Ingalls blk. Frederick W. Chislett, 
Supt. ; office at cemetery. 

German Catholic Cemetery — Meridian 
street, south of city. 

German Lutheran Cemetery — Meridian 
street, south of city. 

Greenlawn Cemeterj' — West side Kentucky 
av., north of South street. 

Holy Cross Cemetery (Roman Catholic) — 
Bluff road, south of city. Rev. F. H. 
Gavisk, Pres.; J. R. Welsh, Sec; office. 
34 Monument pi. Jeremiah Egan, Supt. 

Jewish Cemetery — Spruce and South Me- 
ridian streets. Owned by the Indianapo- 
lis Hebrew Congregation. 

Mount Jackson Cemetery — Mount Jackson. 
Wm. H. Speer, Mngr. 



CHURCHES AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

ADVENTISTS. 

Seventh Day Adventlst Church— 175 Cen- 
tral av. Rev. Wm. A. Young, pastor. 
Services Saturdays. 3:30 p. m.. Sunday 
evening 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School (Satur- 
day), 2:30 p. m. 

BAPTIST. 

Brightwood Baptist Church — Northwest 
cor. Bloyd av. and Stuart. Rev. Lee 
Fisher, pastor. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 
p. m.; Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. 



College Avenue Baptist Church— Northeast 
cor. College and Lincoln avs. Rev. (Jalvin 
A. Hare, D. D., pastor. Services 10:45 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

First Baptist Church — Northeast cor. Penn- 
sylvania and New York streets. Rev. 
Daniel J. Ellison, pastor. Services 10:45 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

First Baptist Church (Haughville)— Rev. C. 
H. McDowell, pastor. Services 10:45 a. m.; 
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. 

Garden Baptist Church— 168 Bright street. 
Rev. Charles L. Berry, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7 p. m. : Sunday School, 2 p. m. 

German Baptist Church— Northwest cor. 
North and Davidson streets. Rev. Andrew 
H. Freitag, pastor. Services 10 a. m., 7 
p. m. ; Sunday School, 2 p. m. 

River Avenue Baptist Church (West In- 
dianapolis)— Southwest cor. River and 
Standard avs. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 
p. m. ; Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. 

Second Baptist Church (Irvington)— Serv- 
ices 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 
9:30 a. m. 

South Street Baptist Church— Southwest 
cor. South and Noble streets. Rev. 
Charles E. W. Dobbs, pastor. Services 
10:45 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 
a. m. 

University Place Baptist Church— South- 
east cor. Meridian and Twenty-fifth 
streets. Rev. C. H. McDowell, pastor. 
Services 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 10 
a. m. 

Woodruff Place Baptist Church— Southwest 

cor. Michigan and Walcott streets. Rev 

Adrian D. Berry, pastor. Services 10:30 

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

BAPTIST COLORED. 

Antioch Baptist Church— Cor. Fourth and 
Howard streets. Rev. J. M. Morton, pas- 
tor. Services 11 a. m., 8 p. m. ; Sunday 
School. 9 a. m. 

Corinthian Baptist Church— Southwest cor. 
North and Fulton streets. Rev. John J. 
Blackshear. pastor. Services 10:30 a. m. 
7-M p. m.; Sunday School, 9 a. m. 

Evergreen Baptist Church — 161 Shelby 
street. Rev. James Parker, pastor. Serv- 
ices 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 
9 a. m. 

First Baptist Church (Irvington) — Rev. 
Ephraim Tyler, pastor. Services 11 a. m 
7:30 p. m. : Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. 

First Baptist Church (North Indianapolis) 
—Rev. Anderson Simmons, nastor Serv- 
ices 10:,30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 
9:30 a. m. 

First Baptist Church (West Indianapolis)— 
Cor. Reisner and Johnson av. Rev. Mar- 
cellus Elzy. pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m.; Sunday School. 10 a. m. 

Garfield Missionary Baptist Church— Per- 
kins pike, near Bethel av. Rev. Robert 
H. Sample, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 9 a. m. 

Mount Carmel Baptist Church— Southwest 
cor. James and Bedford av., Brightwood. 
Rev. John F. Broyles, pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 
a. m. 

Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church— West side 
of Olive 1 n of Pleasant Run. Rev. James 
C. Harrison, pastor. Services 11 a. m. 
7:30 p. m.: Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. 

Mount Zion Baptist Church— Cor. Second 
street and Big Four R. R. Rev. Benja- 
min Farrell, pastor. Services 11 a. m., 3 
and 8 p. m. ; Sunday School 9 a. m. 

New Bethel Baptist Church— S3 Martindale 
av. Rev. Nathaniel Seymore, pastor. 
Services 11 a. m.. 7 p. m.; Sunday School 
9:30 a. m. 

Olive Baptist Church— Cor. Coburn and Mc- 
Kernan. Rev. Thomas Byrd. pastor. Serv- 
ices 11 a. m.. 7 p. m. ; Sunday School 9 
a. m. 



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St. James Baptist Church — Haughville, 
Tremont av., bet. Mick and Grandview 
avs. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday 
School, 9 a. m. Rev. ' Nathan Payne, 
pastor. 

Second Baptist Church— North side Michi- 
gan, east of West. Rev. James W. Carr, 
pastor. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sun- 
day School. 9 a. m. 

South Calvary Church— Cor. Maple and 
Morris streets. Rev. C. F. Williams, pas- 
tor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sun- 
day School. 9 a. m. 

Third Baptist Tabernacle — 130 Rhode Island 
street. Rev. Christopher C. Wilson, pas- 
tor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sun- 
day School, 9 a. m. 

FREEWILL BAPTIST. 
Freev>-in Baptist Church— Cor. Rhode Is- 
land and Smith streets. Rev. OIlie S. J. 
Granderson, pastor. Services 11 a. m., 3:30 
p. m. ; Sunday School, 2 p. m. 

CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF VINCENNES. 

The southern half of the State of Indiana, 
including- Marion county, is the Diocese 
of \ incennes. so called because the for- 
mer Bishops lived at Vincennes. 

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

Vicar General— Rt. Rev. Mgr. August Bes- 
sonies. 

Vicar General— Very Rev. Anthony Sch&id- 
eler. 

Chancellor— Very Rev. D. O'Donaghue. 

Offices— St. John's Clergy House, 76 W. 
Georgia. 

Church of the Assumption — William street, 
West Indiana,polis. Rev. Joseph F. Web- 
er, rector. Mass, 7:30 and 9:30 a. m. ; Ves- 
pers, 3 p. m. 

Holy Cross Church — Southeast cor. Hanna 
and Ohio streets. Rev. Denis McCabe. 
rector. Mass, 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vespers, 
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. 

Sacred Heart Church— Cor. Union and 
Palmer streets Rev. Francis Haase, rec- 
tor. Mass. 5:30 a. m., 7:30 a. m. and 10 a. 
m. ; Vespers, 2:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 
2:30 p. m. 

St. Anthony's Church — Southeast cor. War- 
man avenue and New York, Haughville. 
Rev. Francis B. Dowd, rector. Mass, 8 
and 10 a. m.; Sunday School, 2 p. m. ; Ves- 
pers, 2:30 p. m. 

St. Bridget's Catholic Church— Northeast 
cor. West and St. Clair streets. Rev. 
Daniel Curran, rector. Mass, 8 a. m. and 
10 a. m. ; Sunday School and Vespers, 2:.30 
p. m. 

St. Francis De Sales— Brightwood. Rev. 
Simon Schwarz, rector. Mass, 10 a. m. ; 
Vespers, 3 p. m. ; Sunday School, 3 p. m. 

St. John's Church — East side of Capitol av., 
between Georgia and Maryland. Clergy 
House, 76 W. Georgia street. Rev. Fran- 
cis Henry Gavisk. rector; Revs. James 
A. O'Brien and Victor .1. Brucker, assist- 
ants. Sunday services: JTass, 6, 7:30, 9 
a. m.; High Mass, 10 a. m. Sermon at 
each mass. Sunday School. 2:30 p. m. ; 
Society meetings, 4 p. m. ; Vespers, 3 p. 
m. Mass daily, 6 and 8 a. m. 

St. Joseph's Church — Southwest cor. No- 
ble and North streets. Rev. H. Alerding, 
rector: Rev. George J. Lannert. assist- 
ant. Mass, 6 a. m., 8 a. m., 10 a. m. Ves- 
pers, 3 p. m.; Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. 

St. Mary's Catholic Church— South side 
Maryland, west of Delaware street. Very 
Rev. Anthony Scheideler, rector; Rev. 
Adam Kohlm;jnn, assistant rector. Mass, 
6:.30, 7:30 and ]0 a. m.; Sunday School, 2:.30 
p. m. ; Vespers, 3 p. m. 

St. Patrick's Church— Southwest cor. 
Dougherty and Short streets. Very Rev. 
D. O'Donaghue, rector; Rev. Wm. A. Ma- 
her, a.ssi.stant rector. Mass, 6 a. m., 8 a. 



m., 10 a. m. ; Sunday School, 2:30 p. m., 
and Vespers, 3 p. m. 

SS. Peter and Paul Cathedral— Cor. Me- 
ridian and Fifth. Right Rev. Francis S. 
Chatard, Riglit Rev. August Bessonies 
and Rev. Joseph Chartrand. Mass, 6, 8, 
10 a. m. ; Vespers, 3 p. m. 
CHRISTIAN. 

Central Christian Church— Northeast cor. 
Delaware and Fort Wayne av. Rev. John 
E. Pounds, pastor. Sunday services, 10:45 
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 
a. m. 

Englewood Christian Church — 40 N. Rural. 
Rev. Asa L. Orcutt, pastor. Services, 
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 
9:30 a. m. 

Fourth Christian Church — 449 N. West. 
Rev. G. H. Clarke, pastor. Services, 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. 

Haughville Christian Churcli — Haughville. 
Rev. Frank Findly, pastor. Services, 
10:30 a. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

Hillside Avenue Christian Church — East 
side Hillside av., between French and 
Ninth streets. Rev. W. C. Payne, pastor. 
Services, 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. 

Irvington Christian Church — Southeast cor. 
Downey and Houston avs., Irvington. 
Rev. E. P. Wise, pastor. Services, 10:45 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:15 
a. m. 

Olive Branch Christian Church— 556 S. Me- 
ridian. Rev. James C. Burkhardt. pastor. 
Services, 10:45 a. m., 7:45 p. m. ; Sunday 
School, 3 p. m. 

Second Christian Church (colored) — North- 
west cor. Fourth and Howard. Rev. 
Mansfield F. Womack, pastor. 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. m. 

Seventh Christian Church— Cor. Udell and 
Annette streets. North Indianapolis. 
Rev. Robert W. Clymer, pastor. Serv- 
ices, 11 a. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

Sixth Christian Church — Southeast cor. 
Elm and Pine streets. Rev. D. R. Lucas, 
pastor. Services, 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; 
Sunday School, 9:15 a. m. 

Third Christian Church— 433 Home av. 
Rev. Burris A. Jenkins, pastor. Services, 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9 
a. m. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST. 

First Church of Christ— 136 E. New York 
street. Mrs. A. Dorland, reader. Serv- 
ices, 10:30 a. m. 

CHURCH OP CHRIST. 

North Indianapolis Church of Christ — Rev. 
John W. Vandivier, pastor. Services, 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. 

West Indianapolis Church of Christ— Rev. 
Alvin M. Morris, pastor. Services, 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. 

CHURCH OF GOD. 

Church of God— Cor. Le Grand av. and 
Leonard. Rev. John Vinson, pastor. 
Services, 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday 
School, 9:30 a. m. 

CONGREGATIONAL. 

Brightwood Congregational Church — Rev. 
Claude E. Grove, pastor. Services, 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

Fellowship Congregational Church— South- 
east cor. Broadway and Eleventh. Rev. 
Frank M. Whitlock, pastor. Services, 
10:45 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 
a, m. 

Mayflower Congregational Church— South- 
west cor. Delaware and Seventh streets. 
Rev. J. W. Wilson, pastor. Services, 10:45 
a. m.; Sunday School, 9:.30 a. m. 



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Northeast Congregational Church— Cor. 
Yandes and Eighth. Rev. George K. Mil- 
ler, pastor. Services, 10:30 a. m. 

People's Congregational Church — South- 
west cor. Michigan and Blackford. Rev. 
Oren D. Fisher, pastor. Services, 10:45 a. 
m., 7:30 p. m. : Sunday School. 11:45 a. m. 

Pilgrim Congregational Church — Cor. 
Woodburn and Warren av.. West Indian- 
apolis. Rev. Andrew F. Ayres, pastor. 
Services, 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School, 9:30 a. m. 

Plymouth Congregational Church — South- 
east cor. New York and Meridian streets. 
Frederic E. Dewhurst, pastor. Services, 
10:45 a. m., 7:45 ,.p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 
a. m. 

South Side Congregational Church — 464 Vir- 
ginia av. Re\^ Franklin E. Jeffery, pas- 
tor. Services, 10:45 a. m., 7:45 p. m.; Sun- 
day School, 9:30 a. m. 

Union Congregational Church — Cor. La 
Salle and Richard streets, Marion Park. 
Rev. Oren D. Fisher, pastor. Services. 3 
p. m. ; Sunday School, 4 p. m. 

EPISCOPAL, DIOCESE OF INDIANA. 

Bishop— Rt. Rev. John Hazen White, D. D., 
242 N. Penn. street. 

Secretary— Willis D. Engle, 432 Talbott av. 

Treasurer — Charles E. Brooks. 

Chancellor— Wm. Mack, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Trustees— Aquilla Q. Jones, Lewis B. Mar- 
tin, Edward Olcott, Nathan F. Dalton. 

Christ Church — Northeast cor. Monument 
place and Meridian. Rev. Andrew J. Gra- 
ham, pastor. Services 7:30 and 10:30 a. m. 
and 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:15 a. m. 

Holy Innocents' Church— Northeast cor. 
Fletcher av. and Cedar. Rev. Edwin G. 
Hunter, rector. Services 7:30 and 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. 

Grace Cathedral— Southeast cor. Central 
av. and Seventh. Rev. Edgar F. Gee, 
rector. Holy communion every Sunday at 
7:30 a. m. ; service and celebration 10:30 
a. m. ; evening service 7:30; Sunday 
School, 3 p. m. 

Grace Cathedral Mission — Cor. Illinois and 
Twenty-second streets. Services 4 p. m. ; 
Sunday School 3 p. m. 

St. George's Chapel — Northwest cor. Church 
and Morris streets. Rev. Andrew J. Gra- 
ham, rector. Services every Thursday, 
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School. 2:30 p. m. 

St. Paul's Church— Southeast cor. New 
York and Illinois streets. Rev. Gustav 
A. Carstensen, rector. Services 10:45 a. m., 
7:45 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

Trinity Mission— Southeast cor. East and 
Lincoln lane. Rev. Andrew J. Graham, 
rector. Services second • Sunday each 
month at 3:30 p. m. 

EVANGELICAL CHURCH. 

St. John's Evangelical Chiu-ch— Northwest 
cor. East and Dunlop. Rev. Theodore 
Schorg, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 
p. m. ; Sunday School, 9 a. m. 

St. Paul's German Evangelical— Southeast 
cor. of Columbia av. and Eighth. Rev. 
Henry F. Frigge, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:3U p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:20 a. m. 

Zion's German Evangelical Church — Cor. 
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 Church— Southeast cor. 
of New York and East streets. Rev. Fred- 
erick G. Schweitzer, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:.30 p. m.; Sunday School, 9 a. m. 

Second Evangelical Church— Northeast cor. 
Wilkins and Church streets. Rev. Joseph 
Fenkbeiner. pastor. Services 10 a. m., 7:.30 
p. m. ; Sunday School, 2:15 p. m. 



FRIENDS. 

Friends' Church— Southeast cor. Alabama 
and Home av. Rev. Thomas C. Brown, 
pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:45 p. m. ; 
Sunday School, 9:15 a. m. ; Wednesday 
10:30 a. m. 

Friends' Mission Church— Haughville, Fra- 
zee, near King av. Sunday, 10:30 a. m., 3 
and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

Friends' River Side Church — West Indian- 
apolis, southeast cor. Division and Stand- 
ard av. Services 10:30 a. m. ; Sunday 
School, 9:30 a. m. 

REFORMED CHURCH IN THE U. S. 

Church of Hope, German Reformed— Clif- 
ford av., bet. Waverly and Oakland avs. 
Rev. Julius Grauel, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m. ; Sunday School, 9 a. m. Services 
at Brightwood, 2::30 p. m. 

First German Reformed Church — Cor. No- 
ble and Ohio. Rev. John G. Steinert, pas- 
tor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sun- 
day School, 9 a. m. 

Fourth German Reformed Church— 75 N. 
Belmont a v. (H). Rev. Frederick Kalb- 
lleisch. pastor. Services 10:30 a. m. ; Sun- 
day School, 9 a. m. 

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

Third (Immanuel) German Reformed 
Church — Northeast cor. Coburn and New 
Jersey streets. Rev. Alvin G. Gekeler, 
pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; 
Sunday School, 9 a. m. 

HEBREW. 

Congregation Indianapolis — South side of 
Market, west of East street. Rev. Meyer 
Messing, rabbi. Services 7:30 p. m. Fri- 
day, 10 a. m. Saturday. 

Congregatioii Kennesses Israel — Northeast 
cor. Merrill and Eddy. Services Saturday 
7:30 a. m., Friday 7:30 p. m. 

Congregation Sharah Tefilla— 552 South Me- 
ridian. Services 7:30 ,a. m. Saturday, sun- 
down Friday. 

Congregation Hungarian Ohew Zedeck — 
Southwest cor. Louisiana and Virginia av. 
Ellas Klein, rabbi. Services Friday at 
sunset. Saturday 8 a. m. 

LUTHERAN. 

Danish Evangelical Lutheran Trinity 
Church— Southeast cor. of McCarty and 
Beaty streets. Rev. G. A. Christensen, 
pastor. Services Sunday 10:30 a. m., 7:30 
p. m.; Sunday School, 12 m. 

First (English) Lutheran Church— North- 
east cor. Walnut and Penn. streets. Rev. 
David L. Mackenzie, pastor. Services 10:45 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

St. John's German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church— Haughville, Bismarck av.. near 
Frazee. Rev. George Gotsch, pastor. 
Services 10 a. m. : Sunday School 11 a. m. 

St. Paul's German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church— Northeast cor. New Jersey and 
McCarty streets. Rev. Frederick Wambs- 
ganns, pastor; Rev. J. G. Kunz and Rev. 
P. Eickstaedt, assistant pastors. Services 
10 a. m., 7:30 p. m. 

St. Peter's German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church— Southeast cor. Brookside av. and 
Jupiter streets. Rev. Charles W. Giese, 
pastor. Services 10 a. m., 8 p. m. ; Sun- 
day 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. 

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



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METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

Barth Place M. E. Church— Northwest cor. 
Shelby and :Martin streets. Rev. Manuel 
Noble, pastor. Services 7:30 p. m. : Sun- 
day School. 2 p. m. 
Blackford Street M. E. Church— Southeast 
cor. Blackford and Market streets. Rev. 
Charles W. Crooke. pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. ni. : Sunday School, 2 p. m. ; 
prayer meeting: Thursday. 7:30 p. ni. 
Brightwood M. E. Church — Rev. Warren 
W. Reynolds, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. : Sunday School, 9 a. m. 
Broadway il. E. Church— Cor. Broadway 
and Twelfth. Rev. L. F. Dimmitt. pas- 
tor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sun- 
day School. 2:30 p. m. : prayer meeting 
Thursday. 7:30 p. m. 
California Street M. E. Church— Southwest 
cor. North and California streets. Rev. 
Wm. S. Biddle, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m.. 7:30 p. m. : Sunday School, 2 p. m. 
Central Avenue M. E. Church — Northeast 
cor. Central av. and Butler street. Rev. 
Charles C. Lasbv. D. D.. pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m.. 7:30 p. m.: Sunday School. 2:30 
p. m. 
East Park M. E. Church— 1090 E. Ohio 
street. Rev. Elbert L. Wimmer, pastor. 
Services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. : Sun- 
day School, 2:30 p. m. 
Edwin Ray M. E. Church— Southwest cor. 
Woodlawn av. and Linden street. Rev. 
Edwin B. Rawls. pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m.. 7:30 p. m. : Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. 
First German M. E. Church— Southwest 
cor. New York and New Jersey streets. 
Rev. Wm. F. Griewe. pastor. Services 
10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. : Sunday School, 9 
a. m. Prayer meeting Thursdav evening, 
7:30 p. m. 
Fletcher Place M. E. Church— Cor. South 
street and Virginia av. Rev. Robert Rob- 
erts. D. D., pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m.: Sunday School. 2 p. m. Prayer 
meeting Thursdav evenings. 
Furnas Place M. E. Church— Southwest 
cor. Keystone and Clifford avs. Rev. 
James T. 0"Neal. pastor. Services 10:,30 
a. m.. 7:30 p. m. : Sunday School, 9 a. m. 
Grace M. E. Church— Northeast cor. East 
and Market streets. Rev. Hickman N. 
King, pastor. Services 10:.30 a. m.. 7:30 
p. m.: Sunday School, 2:15 p. m. 
Hall Place M. E. Church— Northeast cor. 
Seventh street and Hall place. Rev. 
James A. Sargent, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 2 p. m. 
Prayer meeting Thursdav evenings. 
Hyde Park M. E. Church— Twentv-second, 
near Illinois. Rev. Robb E. Zaring, pas- 
tor. Services 10:.30 a. m.. 7:30 p. m. ; Sun- 
day School. 9 a. m. 
Irvington M. E. Church— Rev. Thomas G. 
Cocks, pastor. Services 10:.3O a. m. 7:30 
p. m. ; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. 
Haughville M. E. Church— King av. 
Haughville. Rev. A. W. Wood, pastor. 
Services 10:30 a. m,. 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School. 2:.30 p. m. » 

Lincoln Avenue M. E. Church— Cor. Lin- 
coln av. and Newman. Rev. Stephen W. 
Troyer. pastor. Services 10:.30 a. m.. 7:30 
p. m.: Sunday School, 2:1.". p. m. 
Madison Avenue M. E. Church— Cor. Mad- 
ison av. and I'nion street. Rev. W. M. 
Whitset, pastor. Services 10:.30 a. m. 7:30 
p. m.: Sunday School. 9:4.5 a. m. 
Mapleton M. E. Church— Rev. Thomas W. 
Northcott. pastor. Services 10:30 a. m ; 
Sunday School, 3 i). m. 
Meridian Street M. E. Church— Southwest 
cor. New York and Meridian streets. Rev. 
Charles N. Sims, D. D.. pastor. Services 
10:45 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School. 9:30 
a. m. 
Nlppert Memorial German M. E. Church- 
Northwest cor. Clifford and Keystone avs 



Rev. Henry R. Bornemann, pastor. Serv- 
ices 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday 
School. 2:30 p. m. 
North Indianapolis M. E. Church— Rev. 
Madian H. Appleby, pastor. Services 7 
p. m.; Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. 
Oak Hill M. E. Church— Cor. Lawrence and 
Fountain. Rev. Benjamin F. Morgan, 
pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; 
Sundav School. 2:30 p. m. 
Roberts Park M. E. Church— Northeast cor. 
Delaware and Vermont streets. Rev. T. 
I. Coultas. D. D., pastor. Services 11 
a. m.. 7:30 p. m. : Sunday School, 10 a. m. 
Second German M. E. Church— Northeast 
cor. Prospect and Spruce. Rev. August 
F. Zarwell. pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School. 9 a. m. 
Simpson Chapel— Cor. Howard and Second 
streets. Rev. Louis M. Hagood. pastor. 
Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday 
School, 9 a. m. 
Third German M. E. Church — Cor. Morris 
and Church streets. Rev. Matthias 
George, pastor. Services 10:30 a, m., 7:30 
p. m. ; Sunday School. 9 a. m. 
Trinity M. E. Church— Division street. West 
Indianapolis. Rev. John W. J. Collins, 
pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; 
Sunday School. 2:30 p. m. 
West Indianapolis M. E. Church— William, 
street. West Indianapolis. Rev. J. Wes- 
ley Maxwell, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. : Sunday School. 3 p. m. 
Woodside M. E. Church— Woodside. Rev. 
Merritt Machlan, pastor Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. 

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 
Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church — Broadway, 
near Cherry street. Rev. Abraham L. 
Murray, pastor. Services 10:45 a. m., 7:30 
p. m. ; Sunday School, 2 p. m. 
Barnes Chapel" A. M. E. Church— Ontario 
street. North Indianapolis. Rev. Thomas 
R. Prentiss, pastor. Services 11 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. : Sunday School. 2 p. m. 
Bethel A. M. E. Church — Northeast cor. 
Vermont and Columbia streets. Rev. 
David A. Graham, pastor. Services 10:45 
a. m., 7:45 p. m.; Sunday School. 2 p. m. 
St. Paul's A. M E. Church— Manlove av., 
near Brinkman street. Rev. George R. 
Collins, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 
p. m. : Sunday School. 2:15 p. m. 
South Mission A. M. E. Church— West Mc- 
Carty street, near Pogues run. Rev. Wm. 
C. Irvin, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 
p. m. : Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. 
Trinity A. M. E. Church— 56S Virginia av. 
Rev. Wm. Williams, pastor. Services 10:45 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. 

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL 
ZION. 

Jones Tabernacle A. M. E. Zion Church — 
Northwest cor. Blackford and North 
streets. Rev. Adam "^"akefield, pastor. 
Services 10:.30 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School. 9:30 a. m. 

Penick Chapel A. M. E. Zion Church— Ear- 
hart street, near Prospect street. Rev. 
Junius J. Kennedy, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:,30 p. m. ; Sundav School, 2 p. m. 

Walters Chapel A. M. E. Zion Church— Cor. 
Barth av. and Sanders street. Rev. 
George B. Lynch, pastor. Services 11 
a. m.. 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 2 p. m. 
METHODIST PROTESTANT. 

First Methodist Protestant Church— South- 
east cor. Dillon street and Hoyt av. Rev. 
Hugh Stackhouse, i)astor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m.: Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 
MORAVIAN. 

Moravian Church— Cor. Seventeenth and 
College av. Rev. Wm. H. Vogler, pastor. 
Services 10:45 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday 
School, 9:30 a. m. 



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PRESBYTERIAN. 

East Washington Street Presbyterian 
Church— South side Washington, near 
State av. Rev. Frank C. Hood, pastor. 
Services 10:45 a. m , 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday 
School, 9:15 a. m. 

First Presbyterian Church— Southwest cor. 
Penn. and New York streets. Rev. Mat- 
thias 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. 

Fourth Presbyterian Church — Northwest 
cor. Tenth and Alabama streets. Rev. G. 
L. Mackintosh, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 2:15 p. m. 

Mayer Presbyterian Chapel— Northeast cor. 
Catharine and West streets. Rev. Edward 
Baech, pastor. Services 7:30 p. m. ; Sun- 
day School. 2:30 p. m. 

Memorial Presbyterian Church— Northwest 
cor. Christian av. 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 (Colored)— 
Northeast cor. Capitol av. and Michigan 
street. Rev. Oscar A. Williams, pastor. 
Services 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday 
School, 2:30 p. m. 

Olive Street Presbyterian Church— East 
side Olive, north of Willow street. Rev. 
J. T. Orton, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m., 
7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 2::]0 p. m. 

Prospect Mission— East side Miami, first 
south of Prospect. Services 7:30 p. m. ; 
Sunday School. 2:15 p. m. 

Second Presbyterian Church — Northwest 
cor. Vermont and Penn. streets. Rev. 
Joseph A. Milburn, pastor; Rev. Edward 
Baech, associate pastor. Services 10:45 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. 

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

Sixth (Olivet) Presbyterian Church-rNorth- 
east cor. McCarty and Union. Rev. Eli 
A. Allen, pastor. Services 10:45 a. m., 7:30 
p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

Tabernacle Presbyterian Church— North- 
east cor. Second and Meridian streets. 
Rev. J. Cumming Smith, pastor; Rev. 
Warren B. Dunham, associate pastor. 
Services 10:30 a. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 
a. m. 

Tabernacle Chapel— Cor. Washington and 
Miley av. (W. I.) and Tabernacle Chapel, 
Mount Jackson. Services 10:30 a. m.. 7:.30 
p. m. ; Sunday School, 2:15 p. m. Rev. 
Warren B. Dunham, pastor. 

Twelfth Presbyterian Church— 269 W. 
Maryland. Rev. Wm. A. Hendrickson. 
pastor. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sun- 
day School, 9:30 a. m. 

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN. 

First United Presbyterian Church— Cor. 
East and Massachusetts av. Rev. Joseph 
Littell, pa.stor. Services 10:30 a. m.. 7:30 
p. m. ; Sunday School, 2:30 p. m. 

Woodruff Avenue United Presbyterian 
Church— Woodruff av., near Stoughton. 
Rev. J. P. Cowan, D. D., pastor. Serv- 
ices 10:30 a. m.. 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School. 
2:30 p. m. 

SPIRITUALISTS. 

First Spiritualist Church— Southwest cor. 
Alabama and New York streets. Services 
10:45 a. m., 7:45 p. m. 

SWEDENBORGIAN. 

New Church Chapel— 333 North Alabama 

street. Rev. Willis L. Gladish, pastor. 

Services Sunday 10:45 a. m. ; Sunday 
School, 9:30 a. m. 



UNITED BRETHREN. 

First United Brethren Church — East side 
Oak, bet. Vine and Cherry streets. Rev. 
James E. Shannon, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:15 a. m. 

Second U. B. Church — Rural street, bet. 
Clifford and Brookside avs. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 2 p. m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7 p. m. 

UNIVERSALIST. 
Central Universalist Church— Cor. Sixth 
and New Jersey. Rev. Thomas S. Guth- 
rie, pastor. Services 10:45 a. m., 7:45 p. m. ; 
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 



CLUBS. 



(See also Miscellaneous Societies.) 

Albemarle Club — Cor. Ray and Church, 
John F. Barrett. Pres.; Wm. L. Rice, Sec. 

Alhambra Club- 2OI/2 S. New Jersey. Henry 
Homer, Pres. ; John Willmann, Sec. 

American Whist Club — Thomas L. Sullivan, 
Pres.; Charles E. Coffin, Sec; Charles E. 
Holloway, Treas. Meets every Tuesday 
night at The Denison. 

Americus Club — Meets at Amuricus Club 
Hall, 116 N. Alamaba. C. B. Feibleman, 
Sec. 

Augsburg Society Club— 278 Cedar. 

Boys' Club— 64-66 E. Court. Mrs. Ed J. 
Foster, Pres. 

Century Club— Meets Tuesday evenings at 
The Denison. Ernest P. Bicknell, Pres.; 
Herbert W. Foltz, Sec. 

Cleveland Club— 841/2 W. Washington. 

Clio Club— Meets every first and third Fri- 
day of each month at St. John's Hall, 
cor. Capitol av. and Georgia. John M. 
Sullivan, Pres.; M. P. Grady. Sec. 

Columbia. Club— 73 Monument pi. M. G. Mc- 
Lain, Pres. ; Horace F. Wood. Sec. ; 
Charles H. Rouzer. Supt. 

Commercial Club — Meets Second Monday of 
each month in Commercial Club bldg. 
Daniel P. Erwin. Pres. ; Wm. Fortune, 
First Vice-Pres. ; Jacob P. Dunn. Second 
Vice-Pres. ; A. B. Gates, Treas. ; Evans 
Woollen, Sec. 

Congregational Club— Rev. E. D. Curtis, 
D. D., Pres.; L. H. Wales, Sec. Meets 
second Tuesday in January. March. May 
and November. 

Contemporary Club— Meets at Propylaeum 
fourth Wednesday of each month. J. E. 
Cleland, Pres.; George T. Porter, Sec. 

Country Club— Joseph K. Lilly, Pres.; 
Charles M. Reynolds, Sec. Office at Cap- 
ital National Bank 

Deutscher Klub— Herman Lieber. Pres. ; 
Theodore C. Stempfel. Sec. Meets at 
Deutscher Haus. 

Dramatic Club— Meets at Propylaeum bldg. 
W. J. Brown, Pres.; Miss Louise Gar- 
rard, Sec. 

Fairbanks C. W. Republican Club— 3.37 Dil- 
lon. H. W. Denny. Sec. 

Fortnightly Club— Meets every other Tues- 
day at St. Paul's Church parlor. 

Franco-American Club— 625 N. Meridian. 
Arthur D. F. Jaillet, Pres. 

Hendricks Club— Organized December 29, 
1885, 191/0 N. Meridian. 

Herculean Club— 139 Indiana av. S. A. Fur- 
niss, Pres. ; Charles Stapp, Sec. 

Hoosier Kennel Clulj— Albert Lieber, Pres. ; 
Harrv F. Hildebrand. Sec. 

Indiana Whist Club— Charles E. Coffln, 
Pres. ; Dr. H. E. Green, Sec. ; Edward B. 
Porter, Treas. 

Indianapolis Baseball Club— 13 When blk. 

Indianapolis Caledonian Quoiting Club — 
Meets .36 W. Washington, second and 
fourth Tuesdays in each month. John A. 
McGaw. Pres.; John M. Clark, Sec. 

Indianapolis Engineering Club— Charles C. 
Brown, Cor. Sec. 204 I^emcke bldg. 



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CLUBS COURTS. 



Indianapolis Flower Mission— Meets in 
Room 1. Plymouth bldg, weekly. Alma 
W. Wilson, Sec. 

Indianapolis Literary Club— Plymouth bldg. 
Rev. M. L. Haines, Pres. ; Louis How- 
land, Sec: John N. Hurty, Treas. 

Indianapolis Local Council of Women- 
Meets at Propvlaeum first Tuesday in 
everv month. Mrs. Emil Wulschner, 
Pres".: Mrs. S. E. Perkins, Sec. 

Indianapolis Press Club— Meets at The 
Denison. Arthur C. White, Pres.; Miss 
Laura A. Smith, Sec, 

Indianapolis Science Club— Meets at The 
Denison. 

Indianapolis Shakspeare Club— Meets on 
call. Mrs. Charity Dye, Pres.; Mrs. W. 
H. Cook. Sec. 

Indianapolis Single Tax Club— 68 Lombard 
bldg. Meets monthly. John H. Bishop, 
Pres.: Conrad Rust, jr.. Sec. 

Indianapolis Whist Club— Meets at Com- 
mercial Club bldg. Frederick M. Herron, 
Pres.; Albert Daller, Sec. and Treas. 

Indianapolis Women's Club— Meets first 
and third Fridays at Propylaeum. Mrs. 
Henry D. Pierce, Pres.; Mrs. Wm. L. 
Elder, Sec. 

Indianola Athletic and Outing Club— 906 W. 
Washington. 

Limited Gun Club— 27 Baldwin blk. Royal 
Robinson, Sec. 

Lyra Casino Club— 122 N. Meridian. 

McCullough Club— Meets at Plymouth bldg. 
Charles S. Lewis, Pres.; Harry C. Hen- 
drickson. Sec. 

Magazine Club— Blind Asylum. Adelaide 
Carman, Pres. 

Marion Clul>— 2.5 E. Ohio. L. G. Rothschild, 
Pres.; S. P. Wellman, Sec. 

Matinee Musicale— Mrs. A. M. Robertson, 
Pres. : Mrs. W^. C. Lynn, Sec. Meets at 
Propvlaeum fortnightly. 

Montauk Club— 5721/2 Virginia av. Charles 
Ruschaupt, Pres.; Edward Walsman, 
Sec ' 

Nauvoo Club— 10 Blackford blk. 

North Side Republican Club— 424 College av. 
W. M. Gerard, Pres.; John R. Allen, Sec. 

Over The Teacups— Meets every two weeks, 
S2S N. Penn. Mrs. D. "W. Marmon, Pres. 

Parlor Club— Meets semi-monthly. Eliza- 
beth Nicholson. Pres.; Susan E. H. Per- 

Portfolio Club— Meets at School of Music 
every other week. Herbert Foltz, Sec. 

Progress Club— Meets at Mansur Hall ev- 
ery Sunday 3 p. m. Samuel D. La Fuze, 
Pres.; J. Howard Springer, Sec. 

Pythagoras Athletic Club— F. G. Castor, 
Sec. Bellefontaine Hall. 

Rosemary Club— Miss Anna L. Carter, 
Pres.; Miss Elizabeth K. Hough, Sec. 
Meets fortnightly, Saturday afternoon, at 
Propylaeum. 

South Side Republican Club— 32.3 E. Merrill. 
Wm. H. Leedy, Pres.; Frank Diller, Sec. 

Tenanahaf Club— C. S. Carleton, Pres.; 
Guy A. Boyle. Sec. 

Washington Club— Alexander Jackson, 
Pres. ; John Woods, Sec. 

White Cycle Club— 332 E. Market. Joseph 
Pfleger, Pres.; Burt Gadd, Sec. 

Willard Deaf Mute Clulj— 10 Stewart pi. 
Harry C. Anderson. Pres. 

Young Men's Gray Club— 451/2 N. Capitol av. 
Meets every Friday evening. John W. 
Kealing. Pres. 

Zig-Zag Cycle Club— Meets at 84 N. Dela- 
ware. F. W. Erdelmeyer, Pres.; Oliver 
Light, Sec. 

COURT.S. 

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 Justice 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 are held in Indian- 
apolis, New Albany, Evansville and Fort 
Wayne. The district is attached to the 
Seventh Judicial Circuit, which comprises 
the States of Wisconsin, Illinois and In- 
diana. 
The United States Courts of the District of 
Indiana are organized as follows: 

CIRCUIT COURT. 
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court — 

Hon. Henry B. Brown. 
Circuit Judges— Hon. Wm. A. Woods, Hon. 

James G. Jenkins, Hon. John W. Showal- 

ter. 
Clerk— Noble C. Butler. 

Master in Chancery— Wm. P. Fishback, Cir- 
cuit and District Courts. 
Deputy Clerk— Willard C. Nichols. 
United States District Attorney— Frank B. 

Burke. 
Assistant U. S. District Attorney— Edwin 

Corr. 
United States Marshal — Wm. H. Hawkins. 
Terms of Court- First Tuesdays in May and 

November, in the Circuit Court Room, 

PostofRce bldg. 

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 

Circuit Court. 

SUPREME COURT OF INDIANA. 

Judges— Timothy E. Howard, Leonard J. 
Hackney, James McCabe, James H. Jor- 
dan, Leander J. Monks. 

Clerk — Alexander Hess. 

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

APPELLATE COURT OF INDIANA. 

Judges— Woodfln D. Robinson, Wm. J. Hen- 
ley, James B. Black, Daniel W. Comstock, 
Ulric Z. Wiley. 

Clerk— Alexander Hess. 

Terms of Appellate Court— Fourth Monday 
in May and fourth Monday in November. 

MARION CIRCUIT COURT. 

Judge — Henry Clay Allen. 

*Clerk— James W. Fesler. 

Probate Commissioner— Gus O'Bryan. 

Terms of Court— Second Monday in Febru- 
ary, first Monday in May, fourth Monday 
'n August and first Monday in December. 

*The Clerk of the Circuit Court is ex officio 
Clerk of all the Courts. 

MARION CRIMINAL COURT. 

Judge— Frank McCray. 

Prosecuting Attorney— Charles S. Wiltsie. 

SUPERIOR COURl-. 

Judges— John L. McMaster, Room 1; Law- 
son M. Harvey, Room 2; Vinson Carter, 
Room 3. 

Terms of Superior Court— This court is tn 
session at all times, except during the 
months of July and August. 



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FEDERAL. OFFICERS. 

Circuit Justice of the Seventh Circuit and 
Associate Justice United States Supreme 
Court — Henry B. Brown, Postoffice bldg. 

Judges United States Circuit Court — Hon. 
Wni. A. Woods, Hon. James G. Jenliins 
and Hon. John W. Showalter. 

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

OtRcial Reporter — Rowland Evans, Post- 
offlce bldg. 

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

Deputies — Willard C. Nichols, Edward Mc- 
De\-itt. 

United States District Attorney — Frank B. 
Burke, Postoffice bldg. 

Assi:-itant United States District Attorney — 
Euwin Corr, Postoffice bldg. 

United States Marshal — Wm. H. Hawkins, 
291^ N. Penn. 

Chief Deputy — John E. Foley. 

Deputies — Jerome C. Foley, Charles P. Tay- 
lor. 

United States Pension Agent— M. V. B. 
Spencer, 67 W. Maryland. 

Chief Clerk— Joseph Reiley. 

Special Examiners Pension Bureau — H. L. 
McC. Taylor, W. L. Brooke, F. H. 
Austin. 

United States Board of Pension Examiners 
— Wm. J. Browning, M. D., E. C. Reyer, 
M. D., R. French Stone, M. D. 

Surveyor of Customs — Third floor Postoffice 
bldg. George G. Tanner. 

Deputy — Austin H. Brown. 

Inspector of Customs — Wm. K. Sproule. 

Clerk — Alfred H. Johnson. 

Warehouseman — Jeremiah Hollihan. 

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

Deputies — Postoffice bldg: P. J. Ryan, John 
P. Franz, John P. Schiltges. 

Gauger — Jacob W. Hollenbeek. 

Postmaster — Albert Sahm, Postoffice bldg. 

Assistant Postmaster— W. O. Reveal, Post- 
office bldg. 

United States Commissioners — Henry Doug- 
las Pierce, 18^/2 N. Meridian; Harold Tay- 
lor, 302 Indiana Trust bldg; Wm. A. Van 
Buren, 18i/^ N. Penn. ; Charles W. Moores, 
602 Lemcke bldg; Nathan Morris, 138 Com- 
mercial Club bldg; Alexander C. Ayres, 
500 Indiana Trust bldg. 

Bureau of Animal Industry — Joseph C. Rob- 
erts, inspector in charge, Kingan & Co. 

Supervisor of Elections — Wm. A. Van Bu- 
ren, chief, 18i?2 N. Penn. 

United States Secret Service — Thomas B. 
Carter, chief. 291/2 N. Penn. 

Weather Bureau — Charles F. R. Wappen- 
hans. Rooms 905-907 Majestic bldg. 

United States Railway Mail Service — 
Charles D. Rogers, chief elk, Postoffice 
bids. 



INSURANCE. 

Columbian Relief Fund Association — 409-410 
Lemcke bldg. Wm. H. Latta, Pres. ; Ever- 
ett Wagner, Vice-Pres. and Treas. ; C. H. 
Brackett, Sec. 

Commercial Travelers' Mutual Accident As- 
sociation of Indiana— 20-21 When bldg. 
Carey McPherson, Pres.; Benjamin H. 
Prather, Sec. and Treas. 

German American Savings Life Association 
— 718 Lemcke bldg. James W. Hess, Pres.; 
Austin T. Quick, Sec. ; J. R. Henry, Treas. 

German Fire Insurance Co. of Indiana — 27- 
33 S. Delaware. Theodore Stein, Pres.; 
Lorenz Schmidt, Sec. ; Theodore Reyer, 
Treas. 

Globe Accident Insurance Co. — Aetna bldg, 
191/2 N. Penn. Albert Sahm, Pres.; Wm. A. 
Walker, Sec; Union Trust Co., Treas. 

Home Benefit Association of Indianapolis — 
67 Ingalls blk. Louis S. Smith, Pres.; 



Joseph B. Classick, Vice-Pres.; Samuel 
L. Morrow, Sec. and Treas. 

Indiana Association of Underwriters— 4 
Hartford blk. John B. Cromer, Pres. - 
Isaac C. Hays, Sec. and Treas. 

Indiana Insurance Co. of Indianapolis— 83-85 
E. Market. Chartered 1851. Reorganized 
1875. Capital $150,000. M. V. McGilliard 
Pres.; J. Kirk Wright, Sec; E. G. Corl 
nelius, Treas. 

Indiana League of Fire Underwriters- 
Spencer House. D. A. Rudy, Pres.; John 
R. Engle, Sec. and Treas. 

Indiana Millers' Mutual Fire Insurance Co 
—32 Board of Trade bldg. Incorporated 
1S89. M. S. Blish, Pres.; E. E. Perry Sec 
and Treas. 

Indianapolis German Mutual Fire Insurance 
Co.— 156% E. Washington. Incorporated 
1884. Frank A. Maus. Pres.; Charlotte 
Dinkelaker, Sec; Albert H. Krull, Treas 

Industrial Life Association of Indianapolis! 
Ind.— 1 Hartford blk. Incorporated 1877* 
John O. Cooper, Pres.; J. W. Morris Sec! 
and Treas.; John O. Copeland, Genl. Supt 

Masonic Mutual Benefit Society of Indiana 
—291^ B. Market. R. S. Robertson, Pres • 
Harold C. Megrew, Sec. 

Masons' Union Life Association— 8-9 Mason- 
ic Temple. N. R. Ruckle, Pres.; James S 
Anderson, Sec. 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Indiana— 30i^ 
N. Delaware. Incorporated February, 1882 
Wm. R. Myers, Pres. ; Henry Malpas, Sec. 
and Treas. 

Odd Fellows' Mutual Aid Association of In- 
diana— 2 Odd Fellows' Hall. Organized 
Nov. 21, 1872. John F. Wallick. Pres.- Da- 
vid B. Schideler, Sec; Charles P. TuUev 
Treas. 

Old Wayne Mutual Life Association— 52-62 
Commercial Club bldg. Reincorporated 
May, 1SS3. L. C. Stewart, Pres.; C. C. Gil- 
more, Sec. ; John Furnas, Treas. 

Railway Officials' and Emploves' Accident 
Association— 25-32 Ingalls blk. Chalmers 
Brown, Pres.; Wm. K. Bellis. Sec. and 
Genl. Mngr. ; Samuel Bellis, Asst. Sec 
and Treas. 

State Life Insurance Co.— 515-520 Lemcke 
bldg. Andrew M. Sweeney, Pres.; Wilbur 
S. Wynn, Sec. • 

Vernon Insurance and Trust Co. of Indian- 
apolis— McGilliard Agency Co., 83-85 E- 
Market. 



LABOR ORGANIZATIONS. 

American Hod Carriers' Union No. 1— Meets 
at Colored Odd Fellows' Hall, Indiana 
avenue, first and third Mondays. 

Architectural Iron Workers— Meets at 76i/^ 
S. Delaware, first and fourth Saturdays. 

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

Barbers' Union— Meets at 27 W. Pearl. 

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

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

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

Bricklayers' Union— 78% W. Washington. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, In- 
dianapolis Division No. 11— Meets at Wal- 
lace blk every second and fourth Sun- 
days. Auxiliary meets first and third 
Thursdays at Wallace Hall. 

Brotherhood of Painters and Decorators, 
Local No. 47— Meets at 66% N. Penn. Tues- 
day evenings. 

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

Carpenters' District Council— Meets every 
Thursday evening at 18% S. Delaware. 

Carpenters' Local Union No. 60— (German) 
—Meets at 27% S. Delaware every Satur- 
day night. 



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LABOR ORGANIZATIONS LIBRARIES MEDICAL . 



Carpenters' Local Union No. 446— Meets at 

ISV2 S. Delaware Tuesdays. 
Carpenters' Union No. 157— Meets at Haugh- 

ville every Wednesday night. 
Carpenters' Union No. 2S1— Meets Wednes- 
days at ISii: S. Delaware. 
Central Labor Union — Meets second and 
fourth Monday evenings at 66% N. Penn., 
Edgar A. Perkins, Sec. 
Cigar Makers' Local Union No. 33— Meets 
in Bricklayers' Hall the tirst Wednesday 
of each month. 
Cooper's International Union, Local No. 25 
— Meets at 66V2 N. Penn. Friday evenings. 
Furniture Workers' Local Union No. 36— 
Meets at Mozart Hall first and third 
Tuesday nights. 

Garment Workers' Union — Meets in Mansur 
Hall. 

Indiana Federation of Trade and Labor 
Unions — Edgar A. Perkins, Pres., Indian- 
apolis; Robert E. Groff, Sec, Indianapolis. 

Indianapolis Division 103, Order of Railway 
Conductors— Meets at 94 N. Meridian first 
and third Sundays of each month. 

Indianapolis Musicians' Protective Associa- 
tion — Meets Mozart Hall every Sunday. 

International Typographical Union— 2914 E. 
Market. Wm. B. Prescott, Pres. ; John W. 
Bramwood, Sec and Treas. ; Hugo Miller, 
German Sec. 

Iron Molders' No. 17 of N. A.— Meets Brick- 
layers' Hall Tuesdays. 

Journeyman Bakers' and Confectioners' Lo- 
cal Union No. 18— Meets at Mozart Hall 
lirst and third Saturday nights. 

Laundry Workers' Union No. 5254— Meets 
Griffith blk second and fourth Wednes- 
day evenings. 

Local Union No. 56 Iron Molders of North 
America— Meets in Carpenters' Hall, 181/^ 
S. Delaware, Friday evenings. 

Locomotive Engineers. L. A. Thomas Di- 
vision No. 492— Meets Sundays at Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, Virginia av. 

Locomotive Firemen's Brotherhood — Meets 
Griffith blk. Tuesday evenings. 

Metal Polishers' LTnion— Meets in Central 
Labor L^nion Hall. 

National Alliance Theatrical Stage Em- 
ployes, Local No. 30— Meets at 661/2 N. 
Penn. second and fourtli Sunday every 
month. Charles I. Burgan, Mngr. 

National Brotherhood of Electrical Work- 
ers of America, Union No. 10 of Indian- 
apolis — Meets in Cyclorama pi. 

Operative Plasterers' International Asso- 
ciation, Local No. 46 — Meets Thursday 
evenings at 6614 N. Penn. 

Order of Railway Telegraphers — Meets at 
When blk. second and fourth Thursdays. 

Order of Railway Conductors— Meets in 
Wallace Hall first and third Sundays. 

Paper Hangers' Union— Meets at 27 W. 
Pearl. 

Patternmakers' National League of North 
America — Meets at corner of Penn. and 
Maryland every Friday. 

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

Reed and Rattan Workers' Union— Meets 
first Tuesday in every month at Mozart 
Hall. 

Retail Clerks' National Protective Associa- 
tion, Local No. 1— Meets at 661,^ N. Penn. 
first and third Wednesday evenings every 
month. C. Hoover, Sec. 

Reform Club No. 1— Meets first and third 
Thursdays in DeSoto blk. 

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

Stationary Engineers' No. io—^lVz E. Wash- 
ington. 

Stonecutters' Association of North Amer- 
ica. rnd!rin;ipolis Branch — Meets at Grif- 
fith blk. first and third Friday nights. 

Stone Masons' and Hnrd Stont' Cutters' 
Union— Meets at 761/2 S. Delaware second 
and fourth Monday nights. 



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

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

Tin, Sheet Iron and Cornice Workers' Lo- 
cal Union No. 44 — Meets at Iron Hall 
Monday night of each week. 

Typographical Union No. 1— Meets at Grif- 
fith blk. first Sunday in each month. C. 
E. McKee, Sec. 

Typographical Union No. 14 — Meets first 
Tuesday in every month and first Sunday 
in January and July at Mozart Hall. 

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

Upholsterers' Union — Meets at 27 W. Pearl. 



L.IBRAIIIES. 



Agricultural Library of the Indiana State 
Board of Agriculturer— 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 pi. 

Haughville Reading Room — East side Ger- 
mania av., between Michigan and Frazee, 
Haughville. 

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

Indianapolis Bar Association Library — 57 
Court House. Established 1880. Contains 
4,000 volumes. 

Marion County Library — Court House. Es- 
tablished 1844. Contains 5,000 volumes. 
Open on Saturday from 9 to 12 a. m. and 
2 to 5 p. m. 

Public Library and Reading Room — South- 
west cor. Meridian and Ohio. Established 
1873 and maintained under the authority 
of the Board of School Commissioners, 
for which purpose it is authorized to levy 
a tax each year of not exceeding four 
cents on the hundred dollars of taxable 
property assessed for city taxes. Contains 
65,000 volumes and 6,000 pamphlets. Open 
daily 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. Eliza G. Brown- 
ing, Librarian. Branch Libraries: No. 1, 
cor. Udell and Clinton, North Indian- 
apolis, Belle Abrams, Librarian in charge. 
No. 2, 48 Clifford av., Mary F. Algire, Li- 
brarian in charge. No. 3, 100 Woodlawn 
av.. Alma W. Wilson. Librarian in 
charge. No. 4. 528 S. Meridian, Gustav C. 
Jose. Librarian in charge. 

St. Aloysius Library— Northeast cor. Cap- 
itol av. and Georgia. 

St. Cecilia's Library of the St. Cecilian So- 
ciety—South side of Maryland, east of 
Capitol av. Contains 800 volumes. 

State Law Library — Separated from State 
Library 1867. Contains 35,000 volumes. 
Rooms 64-65 State House. John C. Mc- 
Nutt, Librarian. 

State Library— Established 1825. Contains 
25,000 volumes. Emma L. Davidson, Li- 
brarian, 47 State House. 

West Indianapolis Library— Opposite City 
Hall (W I). Gertrude Hilligos, Librarian. 

Young Men's Christian Association Read- 
ing Room and Library— 33 N. Illinois. 



MEDICAL, AND DENTAL, COLLEGES 
AND SOCIETIES. 

American Medical College— Southeast cor. 
Indiana av. and California. J. C. Hamil- 
ton, M. D.. Pres.; Wm. H. Shackelton, 
Treas.; Russell C. Kelsey, M. D., Sec. 

Central College of Physicians and Surgeons 
— Southeast cor. Penn. and South. Or- 
ganized 1879. Joseph Eastman, M. D., 
Pres.; Samuel E. Earp. M. D.. Sec; John 
L. Masters, M. D., Treas.; Thomas B. 
Eastman, M. D., Asst. Sec. 



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Indiana Academy of Medicine— J. D. 
George, M. D., Pres.; R. C. Kelsey, M. 
D., Sec. 

Indiana Dental College The— Incorporated 
1879. 89 E. Ohio. George B. Hunt, Sec. 

Indiana State DentaJ Association— Next 
meeting at Ft. Wayne, Ind. W. S. Rawls, 
Pres. ; W. A. Mason, Ft. Wayne, Sec. 

Indiana State Medical Society— Meets an- 
nually. Next meeting at Terre Haute, 
Ind., May, 1897. J. H. Ford, Pres., Wa- 
bash, Ind.; F. C. Heath, Sec. 

Indiana State Physio-Medical Association 
— Meets at Physio-Medical College. Rob- 
ert Smith, M. D., Pres.; Amos W. Fisher, 
M, D., Sec. 

Indianapolis Odontological Society— Meets 
at Indiana Dental College. Merit Wells, 
Pres.; John Q. Byram. Sec. and Treas. 

Indianapolis Physio-Medical Society — Meets 
first and third Thursday evenings of 
each month. J. J. Baker, M. D., Pres.; 
Amos W. Fisher. M. D., Sec. 

Indianapolis Society of Hygiene — 334 N. 
New Jersey. Rachel Swain, Pres. ; Grace 
J. Clarke, Cor. Sec. 

Marion County Medical Society— Meets ev- 
ery Tuesday evening in Criminal Court 
Room. H. M. Lash, Pres.; T. B. Noble, 
Sec. 

Medical College of Indiana— Northwest 
cor. Senate av. and Market. Incorporated 
1878. Annual session from October to 
March. Joseph W. Marsee, M. D., Dean. 

Physio-Medical College of Indiana — North- 
west cor. North and Alabama. Incorpo- 
rated 1873. Collins S. T. Bedford, Sec. 



MILITARY. 



James K. Gore, Adjutant-General. 

Benjamin A. Richardson, Quartermaster- 
General. 

First Brigade Indiana National Guard— 
Brigadier-General W. J. McKee, Com- 
manding, Indianapolis; Lieutenant Colonel 
F. W. Frank, A. Adjt.-Gen., Anderson; 
Lieutenant Colonel Wm. M. Wright, Med. 
Director, Indianapolis; Major W. W. Rob- 
bins, A. D. C, Indianapolis; Major Geo. 
W. Keyser, Chief Q. M., Indianapolis; 
Major H. O. Eagle. Chief Com. Sub., 
Indianapolis; Major Charles T. Mclntire, 
Chief Sig. Officer, Indianapolis; Captain 
David I. McCormick, I. S. A. Prac, In- 
dianapolis; First Lieutenant Henry W. 
Hageman, Aide-de-Camp, Fort Wayne; 
First Lieutenant Frank E. Strouse, Aide- 
de-Camp, Rockville. 

First Regiment Infantry, Indiana National 
Guard— George H. Pennington, Col., New 
Albany; G. W. McCoy, Lt. Col., Vin- 
cennes; Lieutenant E. L. Dishmaii, Adjt., 
New Albany; T. F. Stunkard, Surgeon, 
Terre Haute; Edward Bierhaus, jr., Quar- 
termaster, Vincennes; T. J. Louden, Batt. 
Major, Bloomington; D. McAuliff, Batt. 
Major, Brazil; J. F. Fee, Batt. Major, 
Greencastle. 

Second Regiment Infantry, Indiana Na- 
tional Guard — James R. Ross, Col., Indi- 
anapolis; H. B. Smith, Lieut. Col., Indi- 
anapolis; George W. Powell. Adjt., Indi- 
anapolis; F. R. Charlton, Surgeon, Indi- 
anapolis; Oliver T. Logan, Asst. Surgeon, 
Indianapolis; John A. Conlen. Quarter- 
master, Indianapolis; Rev. G. A. Car- 
stensen. Chaplain, Indianapolis; Edwin P. 
Thayer, Batt. Major, Greenfield; Charles 
B. Rockwood, Batt. Major, Indianapolis; 
W. S. Rich, Batt. Major, Indianapolis. 

Company A, Indianapolis — Hall, 121 E. 
Pearl. H. C. Castor, Capt. ; James Little, 
1st Lieut.; Webb Irvin, 2d Lieut. 

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

Company H, Indianapolis— C. S. Tarleton, 
Capt.; Harry Mahan, 1st Lieut.; C. B. 
Carr, 2d Lieut. 

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First Separate Company, Indianapohs— 
John J. Buckner, Capt.; John Edlin, 1st 
Lieut.; Jesse H. Ringgold, 2d Lieut. 

Second Separate Company Infantry, In- 
diana National Guard— Sidney Moore, 1st 
Lieut.; Powell James, ;^d Lieut. 

First Regiment Light Artillery, Indiana 
National Guard— Captain J. B. Curtis, 
Com.; Lieutenant C. A. Garrard, Adjt.; 
Bert B. Adams, Quartermaster, Indian- 
apolis. 

Battery A, Indianapolis— Charles A. Gar- 
rard, Senior 1st Lieut. Com. ; Edward 
Johnson, Junior 1st Lieut. ; H. C. Cullen, 
2d Lieut. Armory, corner 7th and Senate 
av. 

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

Albert Lieber Zouaves — Jacob Fox, Capt.; 
Carl Mueller, Sec. 

Hibernian Rifles — Wm. J. Welsh, Capt. ; 
James Manley, 1st Lieut.; Wm. Carson, 
2d Lieut. 



MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES AND OR- 
GANIZATIONS. 

Badischer Benevolent Association — Meets 
third Sunday in each month at 2:30 p. m., 
at Columbia Hall. 

Bakers' Mutual Benefit Association — Meets 
first Sunday in every month at 10 a. m., 
at Mozart Hall. 

Baptist Ministers' Conference for Indian- 
apolis and Vicinity — Meets second Mon- 
day of each month at First Baptist 
Church. Rev. Larkin W. Bicknell, Sec. 

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

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

Boys' Home and Employment Association — 
64 E. Court. Thomas C. Day, Pres.; Miss 
Graydon, Supt. 

Brewers' Benevolent Association — Meets 
first Sunday in every month at Columbia 
Hall. 

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

Bureau of Justice — 6Si/^ E. Market. Henry 
C. Long, Pres.; Samuel B. Ashby, Attor- 
ney. 

Burford, Wm. B. Relief Association— 21 W. 
Washington. A. W. Applegate, Pres. ; 
James B. Thale, Sec; Henry H. Thale, 
Treas. 

Butchers' Association of Marion County — 
Meets first Thursday in each month at 8 
p. m., at 113 E. Washington. 

Catholic Ladies' Temperance Society — 
Northeast corner Georgia and Capitol av. 

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

Christ Church Guild — Meets every Tuesday 
in Guild Rooms. Mrs. A. A. Cady, Pres.; 
Mrs. Mary F. Love, Sec. 

Christian Church Union— George Fate, Sec. ; 
meets at Central Christian Church first 
Friday of each month. 

Christian Mothers' Society of the Sacred 
Heart Congregation— Meets second Sun- 
day every month, at St. Cecelia Hall. 

Christian Science — 136 E. New York. 

Christian Woman's Board of Missions of 
Christian Church— Mrs. O. A. Burgess, 
Pres.; Lois A. White, Sec, 160 N. Dela- 
ware. 

Colored Benevolent Society of Indianapo- 
lis—Meets last Thursday of each month, 
at Plymouth Church. B. J. Morgan, Pres.; 
S. A. Fletcher, Sec. ; Jacob Porter, Treas. 

Commercial Travelers' Association of In- 
diana—Thomas P. Swain, Pres. ; W. F. 
Henley, Sec. ; S. Meridian. 



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Convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph— Cor. 
Palmer and IMeridian. 

Deutsche!- Frauen Unterstuetzung Verein— 
Meets the first and third Fridays of every 
montli at 2 p. m., at Deutsche Haus. 

Door of Hope Rescue Home— 84 N. Ala- 
bama. 

Eastern Indiana Fair Circuit— 15 State 
House. 

Epworth League Union of Indianapolis — 
Solomon M. Hoff. Pres. : Wm. L. Steeg, 
Sec. 19 Pembroke Arcade. 

Flower Mission— 1 Plymouth bldg. Alma 
W. Wilson. Sec. 

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

Fresh Air Mission— 1 Plymouth bldg. C. S. 
Grout. Sec. 

Friends" Boarding Home for Young Ladies 
—1.55 N. Illinois. Rachel E. Clark. Matron. 

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. Ohio and Penn. J. A. Shoemaker, 
Pres. ; Thomas H. Jameson. Sec. 

German American Democratic Club— Meets 
third Thursday in every month, at Mozart 
Hall. 

German House— Southeast cor. New Jersey 
and Michigan. 

German Ladies" Benevolent Society of In- 
dianapolis—Meets at Socialer Turnverein 
Hall every Tuesday at 2 p. m., cor. Michi- 
gan and New Jersey. 

German Ladies' Mutual Benefit Society No. 
1— Meets second and fourth Thursdays in 
every month, at 2 p. m.. at Mozart Hall. 

German Ladies" Mutual Benefit Society No. 
25— Meets last Friday of every month, at 
Mozart Hall. 

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. 

German Veterean Association — Meets every 
Sunday of each month, at 2 p. m., at 
Deutsche Haus. 

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

Independent Gymnastic Association— North- 
east cor. Illinois and Ohio. 

Independent Turnverein Hall Association 
of Indianapolis — Northeast cor. of Illinois 
and Ohio. 

Indiana Association of Short Horn Breed- 
ers — State House. Organized May, 1872. 
E. C. Thompson, Sec. and Treas., Irving- 
ton. 

Indiana Bee Keepers' Association — State 
House. Organized 1879. E. S. Pope, Sec, 
Indianapolis. ' 

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

Indiana Children's Home Society— Rev. 
Willis D. Engle, Sec, 46 Coffin blk. 

Indiana Farmers' Reading Circle — St^e 
House. H. F. McMahan, Sec, FairfieTO, 
Tnd. 

Indiana Horticultural Society— 11 State 
House. Organized 1842. Prof. James 
Troop, Sec, Lafayette, Ind. 
Indiana Humane Society — 46 I.iombard bldg. 

Incorporated 1882. D. W. Coffin, Sec 
Indiana Jersey Cattle Club — State House. 
Organized January, 1883. W. S. Budd, 
Sec, Indianapolis. 
Indiana Master Plumbers' Association— 84 
N. Illinois. John S. Farrell, Pres.; W. W. 
Wilcex, Sec. 
Indiana Retail Merchants' Association— 46 
Board of Trade bldg. W. Marshall 
Thomas, Sec 
Indiana State Dairy Association— H. C. 
Eeckman, S^c, Brunswick, Ind. 



Indiana State Florists" Association — State 
House. Organized 1887. Stuart Anderson, 
Pres. ; Robert McKain, Sec. 

Indiana State Liquor League — Meets at 39 
Lorraine bldg. 

Indiana State Poultry Association — Meets 
in State House. Wm. Tobin, Pres.; 
Thomas W. Pottage, Sec. 

Indiana State Sunday School Association — 
C. D. Meigs, State Supt., 61 Central av. 

Indiana Swine Breeders' Association — State 
House. Organized January, 1877. Harry 
Nowlin. Sec, Lawrenceburg, Ind. 

Indiana Tract Society — John W. Moore, 
Sec, 175 Central av. 

Indiana Wool Growers' Association — State 
House. Organized October, 1876. J. W. 
Robe, Sec, Greencastle. 

Indianapolis Art Association — May Wright 
Sewall. Pres. ; Mrs. Addison C. Harris, 
Sec. Pictures, property and meetings at 
Propylaeum. 

Indianapolis Bar Association — Meets first 
Monday of each month at 55 Court 
House. Edward Daniels, Pres.; Jesse H. 
Blair, Treas. ; Ernest R. Keith, Sec. 

Indianapolis Benevolent Society — 1 Ply- 
mouth bldg. Charles 'W. Moo-res, Sec. 

Indianapolis Board of Trade — Board of 
Trade bldg. Justus C. Adams, Pres. ; H. 
E. Kinney, Vice-Pres. ; John Osterman, 
Treas. : Jacob Vv'. Smith. Sec. 

Indianapolis Christian Ministers' Associa- 
tion — "VV'. E. Payne, Sec. and Treas. Meets 
third Monday of each month at 2 p. m. 

Indianapolis Driving Club — T. S. Graves, 
Sec. Union Stock Yards (W. I.) 

Indianapolis German Park Association — 
Northwest cor. Washington and Merid- 
ian. Otto Frenzel. Pres.; Paul H. 
Krauss, Sec ; Christ Off, Treas. 

Indianapolis Industrial Union — 135 N. Penn. 

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 Judische Bruder Verein — 
Meets first Sunday in every month at 
Plungarian Jewish Church. A. Rosen- 
feldt, Pres. ; Joseph Winkler. Sec 

Indianapolis Master Plumbers' Association 
-84 N. Illinois. James McGauley, Pres.; 
W. W. Wilcox, Sec. 

Indianapolis Ministerial Association — J. W. 
Cowan. Sec. Meets 10 a. m. first Monday 
of each month at Y. M. C. A. Hall. 

Indianapolis News Mutual Relief Associa- 
tion — John Skidmore, Pres. ; E. F. White, 
Sec. 

Indianapolis Passenger Association — South- 
west cor. Washington and Noble. John 
S. Ijazarus, Chairman; Robiscm M. Case, 
Sec 

Indianapolis Propylaeum Association — 25 E. 
North street. May Wright Sewall, Pres. ; 
Margaret D. Chislett, First Vice-Pres.; 
Carrie F. Robertson. Second Vice-Pres. ; 
Eliza G. Wiley, Sec; Elizabeth V. Pierce, 
Treas. ; Louise Garrard. Curator. 

Indianapolis Young Men's Christian Asso- 
ciation— 29-37 N. Illinois. Wm. T. Brown, 
Pres.; O. H. Palmer, Sec; G. V. Woolen, 
Treas. 

Indianapolis Schweizerbund — Meets second 
Monday in each month at 113 E. Washing- 
ton. 

Indianapolis Target Shooting Association — 
Twelfth street west of Fall creek. Philip 
Zapf, Pres.; Ed Bretz, Sec. 

Indianapolis Wholesale Confectioners' As- 
sociation — Meets first and third Fridays in 
every month, 8 p. m.. at Mozart Hall. 

Institute of Psychology and Progressive 
Sciences — Office llZli> E. Washington. Irene 
W. Atkinson, Supreme Scribe. 

Italian Mutual Benefit Society — Meets first 
Sunday in every month. 2 p. m., at 18% 
S. Delaware. Domenico Montani. Pres. 



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League of American Wheelmen — 29 S. Dela- 
ware. 

Librai-y Association of Indiana— Meets an- 
nud,lly at State House last week in De- 
cember. Elizabeth D. Gwan. Pres., La- 
fayette, Ind. ; J. N. Leach, Vice-Pres., Ko- 
komo, Ind. ; Mary E. Ahern, Sec. and 
Treas. 

Liederkranz Gesang- Verein — Meets second 
Sunday in every month at 2 p. m. at Mo- 
zart Hall. 

Local Council of Women of Indianapolis, 
Branch National Council of Women — 
Meets 25 E. North monthly. Mrs. J. S. 
Jenckes, Sec. 

Local Freight Agents' Association — Meets 
Board of Trade bldg. J. B. Eckman, Sec. 

L'Union Fraternelle Francais — Meets first 
Monday in each month at 10% E. Wash- 
ington. Leon Boyer, Pres.; Alexander 
Chabloz, Sec. 

Marion County Agricultural and Horticul- 
tural Society — 14 State House. Ida F. 
Richardson, Sec. 

Marion County Druggists' Association — 
Meets first Friday of each month at 
Board of Trade bldg. A. Timberlake. 
Pres.; M. Schwartz, Sec. 

Masonic Burial Ground Association — 86 W. 
Second. Rev. Willis D. Engle, Sec. 

Masonic Relief Board— 86 W. 2d, Willis D. 
Engle, Sec. 

Master Steam and Hot Water Fitters' As- 
sociation — 84 N. Illinois. John S. Farrell, 
Vice-Pres. ; James M. Haley, Sec. 

Methodist Ministerial Association — Meets at 
Meridian Street M. E. Church at 10 a. m. 
every. Monday, except first Monday of the 
month. Rev. W. M. Whitset, Sec. 

Murphy Gospel Temperance League — Meets 
every Sunday at 3 p. m. and every 
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m., at G. A. R. 
Hall, 271/2 N. Delaware. 

Pentecost Bands — 52 S. State av. Thomas 
H. Nelson, Supt. ; Wm. S. Craig and Flora 
B. Nelson, Asst. Supts. ; George^ E. Bula, 
Treas. 

Pfaelzer LTnterstuetzungs Verein — Meets the 
first Sunday of every Month at 2' p. m.. 
Turn Halle, cor. Ohio and Illinois. 

Plymouth Institute — Mary F. Allgire, Sec. 
Office Plymouth bldg. 

Princely Knights of Character Castle — 629 
Lemcke bldg. Rev. J. R. Lucas, Pres. ; 
Rev. Samuel M. Conner, Sec. ; Rev. Cin- 
cinnatus H. McDowell, Treas. 

Prussian Benefit Association — Meets last 
Sunday of every month at 2 p. m. at Co- 
lumbia, Hall. Wm. Kattau, Pres.; John 
Hoffmark, Sec. 

Ramabai Circle — Mrs. May Wright Sewall. 

Pres. 345 N. Penn. 
Rescue Mission Home — 49 E. South. Mrs. 

Zerua J. P. Jaynes, Matron. 
St. Aloysius Young Men's Society — Meets 

every Wednesday at St. Cecilia Hall. 
St. Boniface Benevolent Society — Meets 

m.onthly at St. Mary's Hall. 
St. Cecilia Men's Society — Meets Fourth 

Sunday of everv month in St. Cecilia 

Hall. 
St. Clare's Young Ladies' Society— Meets 

third Sunday of every monfli at St. Ce- 
cilia Hall. 
St. Francis Mutual Aid Society— Meets first 

Sunday of every month in Sacred Heart 

Church. 
St. Joseph's Benevolent Society — Meets 

monthly at St. Mary's Hall. 
St. Vincent de Paul Men's Benevolent So- 
ciety—Meets every fourth Sunday at St. 

Aloysius Library Hall, corner Capital av. 

and Georgia. 
Salvation Army— 84 W. Washington. 
Schwaben Benefit Association — Meets every 

third Sunday at 2 p. m. in Mozart Hall. 
Schweizer Bund — Meets first Sundav in 

every month, 2 p. m., at Mozart Half. 



Single Tax League— Meets at 68 Lombard 
bldg. J. M. Hislop, Pres.; Conrad Rust, 
jr., Sec. 

Social Turnverein of Indianapolis^South- 
east cor. Michigan and New Jersey. 

South Side Turnverein— Henry Victor, PreS., 
s. s. Morris near Meridian. 

Summer Mission for Sick Children— 1 Ply- 
mouth bldg. C. S. Grout, Sec. 

Sydenham Society of the Medical Society 
of Indiana— Meets every Saturday night' 
at college. D. S. Wiggins, Pres.; A. W 
Bloxsom, Treas.; W. F. Wittmer, Sec. • , 

Theosophical Society— Meets at Propylaeiim 
every Sunday at 7:33 p. m. ' 

Training School Board— City Hospital. '" 

Unabhaeniger Turnverein— Meets every sec- 
ond Wednesday in each month at Turn 
Halle, northeast cor. Ohio and Illinois 
streets. '' ' 

Volunteers of America— 3.31/^ S. Illinois. 

Woman's Exchange— 125 N. Penn. Mrs.'E 
F. Hodges, Pres. 

Woman's Sanitary Association— Meets .first 
and third Tuesday mornings of 'ea"ch 
month at Plymouth Church. Mrs. Mary 
A. Gregory. Sec. 

Women's Industrial Association for Prac- 
tical Progress— Room 6, 1.56y2 E. Washing- 
ton. Mrs. L. L. Lawrence. Pres. ; Miss 
Elsie Collins, Sec; Mrs. Mary Wilson, 
Supt. 

Young Men's Christian Association— 33 N. 
Illinois street. Wm. T. Brown, Pres.'; 0- 
H. Palmer. Sec; T. A. Hildreth, Genl. Sec. 

Young Women's Christian Association— 139 
N. Meridian. Mrs. F. F. McCrea, Pres.; 
Miss Susan M. TVhite, Genl. Sec. 

Zweiundzwanziger Unterstuetzungs Vere'ih 
—Meets first Sunday in each quarter at 10 
a. m.. at Mozart Hall. 



MUSICAL, SOCIETIES. 

Apollo Zither Club— Meets every Thursday' 
evening, at 262 S». Illinois. Miss Bertha 
Freiberg, Sec. 

Crescendo Club— Meets monthly, at 134 N.' 
Illinois. Miss Bessie Beck, Sec. 

Concordia Society— Meets at Reichwein's' 
Hall the first Sunday of each month. 
Eugene J. Hoffman, Sec. 

Harugari Maennerchor— Meets every Sun- 
day morning, 27 S. Delaware. Otto Isen-, 
thai. Sec; Ernst F. Knodel, Musical Di- 
rector. 

Indianapolis Choral Union— Meets every 
Saturday evening at Second Presbyterian 
Church. F. A. McBride, Pres. ; Andrew 
Smith, Sec; F. X. Arens, Conductor. 

Indianapolis Liederkranz— H. Zwicker, Sec, ; 
Ernst F. Knodel, Musical Director. Meets 
in Mozart Hall every Wednesday night. 

Indianapolis Mandolin Club— 545 N. Illinois. , 
Frank Z. Maffey, Pres. 

Indianapolis Maennerchor — Rehearsals 

Tuesday and Friday evenings at Maen-. 
nerchor Hall. Rudolph M. Mueller. Sec,;" 
Alexander Ernestinoff, Director. 

Ladies' Matinee Musicale— Mrs. Carrie F. . 
Robertson, Pres. Meets first and third 
Wednesday afternoons in each month, 
from October to May, at 25 B. North. 

Socialistischer Saengerchor— Meets at Co- 
lumbia Hall. 

BANDS OF MUSIC. 

Hart's Orchestra— 623 N. Capitol av. Henry . 
V. Hart, Manager. 

Houghton's Military Band and Orchestra- 
Alfred Houghton, Director; 383 E. New . 
York. 

Independent Veteran Drum Corps— 91 1/^ E. 
Court. George W. Glessner, Leader. 

Indianapolis Military Band — 72 E. Court. . 

Montani Bros.' Orchestra— 168 N. Alabama. 

Oak Hill Brass Band— Brightwood. J.ohiin . 
H. Fisse, Leader. 

Panden Bros.' Orchestra— 168 N. Alabapia. 



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Union Band — 135 E. McCarty. Robert A. 

W. Dehne. Leader. 
WTien Band— TQi-i E. Court. George E. 

Mills, Leader. 
Zumpfe's Orchestra — 1 Lombard Bldg. Wm. 

A. Zumpfe, Leader. 



NEWSPAPERS. 

Agricultural Epitomist (monthly)— 2IV2 W. 
Washington. Epitomist Publishing Co., 
pubs. 50 cents per annum. 

American Nonconformist The (weekly)— 70 
E. Ohio. Est. 1879. Cuthbert Vincent, 
pub. $1 per annum. 

American Tribune (weekly)^6 Journal 
bldg. American Tribune Co., proprs. $1 
per year. 

Awakener The (monthly)— 61 Central av. 
Charles D. Meigs, pub. 50 cents per an- 
num. 

Butler Collegian The (monthly)— Education- 
al. Est. 1886. Published by the faculty of 
Butler University, Irvington. 

Catholic Record The— lOO W. Georgia. 
Alexander Chomel. editor and propr. Is- 
sued every Thursday. $2 per annum. 

Church Worker The (monthly)— 279 Cedar. 
Episcopal. Rev. E. G. Hunter, pub. 50 
cents per annum. 

Clay-Worker (monthly)— 5 Monument pi. 
T. A. Randall & Co., proprs. $2 per year. 

Commercial Current (monthly)— 82 When 
bldg. Indianapolis Business University, 
pub. 

Courier The (weekly)— 94 W. New York. 
Charles H. Stewart, pub. ; $1.50 per annum. 

Daily Reporter The (daily)— 271/2 S. Dela- 
ware. Reporter Pub. Co., pubs. $13 per 
year. 

Drainage and Farm Journal (monthly)— Est. 
1879. J. J. W. Billingsley. pub., 19 Talbott 
bik. $1 per year. 

Eastern Star The (monthly)— Published by 
•Ransford & Metcalf, 5 Windsor blk. $1 
per annum. 

Ensign The (weekly)— 33 Talbott blk. A. E. 
Winters, editor. $1 per annum. 

Fanciers' Gazette (monthly)— Est. 1896. 
Fanciers' Gazette Co., pubs., 49 Virginia 
av. 50 cents per annum. 

Farm Record (monthly)— Cuthbert Vincent, 
pub., 70 E. Ohio. 50 cents per annum. 

Freeman The— Published every Saturday by 
George L. Knox, 57y2 Indiana av. $1.50 per 
year. 

German Telegraph— Est. 1864. Published 
daily by the Gutenberg Co., 27 S. Dela- 
ware. $6 per annum. 

Hotel and Sample Room The (monthly)— 
Devoted to the interests of the Indiana 
State Liquor League. F. J. Callen, pub., 
83 E. Court. $1 per annum. 

Independent The (weekly)— Est. 1882. Pub- 
lished every Saturday by Sol. P. Hatha- 
way, 19 Miller blk. $2 per year. 

Indiana Baptist (weekly)— Indiana Baptist 
Pub. Co., pubs., 68 Baldwin blk. $1.50 per 
annum. 

Indiana Boy.s' Brigades (monthly)— Frank 

R. Hale, pub., 321/2 Clifford av. 
Indiana Farmer— A weekly journal of the 
farm, home and garden. Indiana Farmer 
Co., proprs., 30% N. Delaware. $1 per an- 
num. 

Indiana Journal of Commerce— Est. 1870. 
Wm. H. Drapier, pub., 12'/2 N. Delaware. 

Indiana Labor Leader (weekly)— Hannegan 
& White, pubs, 25 S Delaware. $1 per 
year. 
Indiana Medical Journal (monthly)— 18 W. 
Ohio. Est. 1882. Indiana Medical Journal 
Pub. Co., proprs. $1 per year. 
Indiana Newspaper Record The— Published 
at 32 W. Court. Indiana Newspaper 
Union, proprs. 
Indiana Pharmacist (monthly)— Est. 1881. 
Indiana Pharmacist Pub. Co., 107 E. Ohio. 
H per year. 



Indiana School Journal (monthly) — Est. 1856. 
W. A. Bell, editor, 66V2 N. Pennsylvania. 
$1.50 per year. 

Indiana State Journal (Republican)— Est. 
1824. Published every Wednesday by the 
Indianapolis Journal Newspaper Co., n. 
e. cor. Monument pi. and Market. $1 per 
year. 

Indiana State Sentinel (Democratic) — Est. 
1822. 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 Woman (weekly) — Published every 
Saturday by E. E. Stafford, 47-49 N. Illi- 
nois. 

Indianapolis Bulletin (weekly) — 84 E. Court. 
T. G. Harrison, propr. 50 cents per year. 

Indianapolis Daily Live Stock Journal The 
(daily)— The Indianapolis Daily Live Stock 
Journal and Printing Co., proprs.. Union 
Stock Yards (W. I). 

Indianapolis Journal (Republican) — Est. 
1824. Office, northeast cor. Monument pi. 
and Market. Indianapolis Journal News- 
paper Co., pubs. Issued daily and Sun- 
day. Daily, $8 per year; weekly, $1 per 
year; Sundays, $2 per year. 

Indianapolis News The (Independent)— 32 
W. Washington. Est. 1869. Charles R. 
Williams, editor; Wm. J. Richards, 'man- 
ager. Published every afternoon except 
Sunday. $5.20 per annum by carrier or 
mail; 2 cents per copy. 

Indianapolis Sentinel (Democratic) — Est. 
1822. Published daily by the Indianapolis 
Sentinel Co., 21 N. Illinois. Daily, $6; 
including Sunday edition, $8 per year. 

Indianapolis Trade Journal (weekly)r— W. 
H. Robson, pub., 35 Commercial Club 
Bldg. $1 per vear. 

Indianapolis World (weekly)— 381/^ S. Illi- 
nois. Alexander E. Manning, pub. $1.50 
per annum. 

Inland Poultry (monthly)— O. L. Magill, 
pub., 10% N. Delaware. 25 cents per 
year. 

Inter-State and Indiana Official Railway 
Guide— 126 W. Maryland. Journal Job 
Printing Co., pubs. 

Ishmaelite The — Published by Mount Nebo 
Press, 35 Commercial Club Bldg. $1 per 
annum. 

Jersey Bulletin (weekly)— 76 S. Illinois. Est. 
1883. D. H. Jenkins, pub. Issued every 
Wednesday. $2 per j'ear. 

Little Folks (monthly)— Little Folks Pub- 
lishing Co., pubs, 5, 42 W. Market. 

Marion County Gazette (weekly)— Est. 1890. 
S. J. MacDonald, pub.. 22 Pembroke Ar- 
cade. 

Masonic Advocate (monthly)— Martin H. 
Rice, editor and pub., 14 Masonic Temple. 
$1 per year. 

Medical Epitomist (quarterly)— Russell C. 
Kelsey, pub., 109 E. Ohio. 

Medical Free Press The— Russell C. Kelsey, 
editor, 105 E. Ohio. Terms. $1 per year. 

Missionary Tidings— Published monthly by 
the Christian Woman's Board of Missions. 
.50 cents per. year. 160 N. Delaware. 

Municipal Engineering— Est. 1890. Munici- 
pal Engineering Co., pubs., 84 Commer- 
cial Club Bldg. Terms. $2 per year. 

National Detective and Police Review 
(monthly) — Circulation, 20,000. 961/0 E. 
Market. Review Publishing Co., pubs. $2 
per annum. 
Octographic Review (religious weekly)— 454 
W. Udell (N. I). Rev. Daniel Sommers, 
pub. $1.50 per annum. 
Odd Fellows' Talisman (monthly)— 3 Odd 
Fellows' Hall. John Reynolds, pub. $2 
per year. 
Organizer The (semi-monthly)— Organizer 
Pub. Co., pubs., 661/2 N. Penn. Est. 1882. 
SI per annum. 



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Patriot Phalanx (weekly) — Wm. F. and 

Wm. F. Clark, jr., pubs., 25 Cyclorama 

pi. $1 per year. 
Pen The (monthly)— M. W. Carr, pub., 251/2 

W. Washington. $l.-50 per year. 
People The (weekly)— James B. W^ilson, 

propr., 3714 Virginia av. Est. 1870. 
Pentecost Herald (semi-monthly) — Est. 

April 1, 1894. Pentecost Bands, pubs., 52 S. 

State av. 
Physio-Medical Journal (monthly)— George 

Hasty, editor and propr., 35 W. Ohio. $1.50 

per annum. 
Pythian Journal (monthly)— Est. 1874. A. M. 

Preston, pub., 398 S. Alabama. $1.50 per 

annum. 
Reporter Daily The— Est. 1895. Reporter 

Publishing Co., pubs., 519 Indiana Trust 

bldg. $13 per year. 
Rough Notes The (monthly)— Est. 1878. 

Published by the Rough Notes Co., 79 W. 

Market. $2 per vear. 
Silent Spectator (fortnightly)— Mansfield & 

Davis, pubs. 50 cents per annum. 
South Side Sunday Mirror The (weekly)— 

Frank S. Blunk, pub., 37 Virginia av. $1 

XDer annum. 
Spottvogel (German)— Published every Sun- 
day by the Gutenberg Co., 27 S. Delaware. 

$2 per year. 
Sun The— 79 E. Ohio. The Sun Publishing 

Co., proprs. Published every afternoon, 

except Sunday. $3 per annum by mail; by 

carrier, 6 cents per week. 
Sunday Journal— Northeast cor. Monument 

pi. and market. Published every Sunday 

by the Indianapolis Journal Newspaper 

Co. .$2 per year. 
Sunday Sentinel— 21 N. Illinois. Published 

every Sunday by the Indianapolis Sentinel 

Co. $2 per year. 
Swine Breeders' Journal (semi-monthly) — 

467 S. Illinois. Morris Printing Co., pubs. 

$1 per year. 
Typographical Journal The— John W. Bram- 

wood, pub., 291/^ E. Market. 25 cents per 

year. 
Volksblatt (German weekly)— Published by 

the Gutenberg Co., 27 S. Delaware. $2 per 

year. 
West Side Herald (weekly)— 291 River av. 

(W. I). Brown & Smith, proprs. Terms, 

$1 per year. 
"Western Horseman— 49 Monument pi. Pub- 
lished every Friday by Western Horse- 
man Co. $2 per annum. 
Wheelmen's Gazette (monthly)— Est. 1883. 

Ben. L. Darrow, pub., 31 W. Ohio. 50 

cents per year. 
Wood Worker— Est. 1882. Southeast cor. 

Meridian and Monument pi. S. H. Smith, 

propr. Published monthly. $1 per year. 
World The (weekly) — Alexander E. Man- 
ning, pub., 4OV2 S. Illinois. $2 per year. 
Young People's Journal — George F. Bass, 

editor, 132 Commercial Club bldg. Terms, 

$1 per year. 
Zig Zag Cycler (weekly) — Cycler Printing 

Co.. pubs., 30 Talbott blk. $1 per annum. 



POST OFFICE. 

Government Building — Southeast corner 
Penn. and Market streets. 

Postmaster — Albert Sahm. 

Assistant Postmaster — "W. O. Reveal. 

General Offices — East end of vestibule. 

Office hours from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Sun- 
day from 9 to 10 a. m. 

Depot Branch — T. G. Hedian. Supt. 

MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent— John L. F. Steeg. 

Clerks— Charles W. Byfleld, E. F. C. Bec- 
hert, O. A. Keely. John A. Hoffman, Liz- 
zie Jeup. 

Entrance to Money Order Office — East end 
of vestubule, cor. of Penn. and Market 
streets. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 



REGISTERED LETTER DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent— B. C. Shaw. ' '■ 

Registry Clerk— Lee S. Nicholson. ' 

Depot Registry Clerks— Wm. J. Butler, 

Henry H. Harvey, James W. Mardich, 

Arthur M. Potts. Depot office open ddy 

and night. 

MAILING DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent of Mails— Wm. O. Patter- 
son. 

Assistant Superintendent of Mails — Robert 
B. Mundelle. 

Clerks— Charles H. Baughman, John E. 
Clinton, Wm. Curley, Charles E. Dynes, 
Walton L. Dynes, Walter P. Hanna, John 
T. Hedges, George McNutt, Virgil O. 
Moon, Allison B. Mundelle, Simpson P. 
Myers, Frank L. Rumford, Eugene M. 
Wilson, Wallace Buchanan. 

CITY DELIVERY DEPARTMENT. '. 

Superintendent— James H. Deery. 

Assistant Superintendent — Edwin C. Weir. 

GENERAL DELIVERY DEPARTMENT. 

Clerks— Joseph H. Howes, John G. Ed- 
munds. This department is open for busir 
ness from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m., and on Sun- 
day from 9 to 10 a. m. 
SPECIAL DELIVERY DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent— Henry L. Canary. 
STAMP DEPARTMENT. 

Clerk— Wm. E. Miller. 

CLERKS. 

Distributing Department — George T. Cor^- 
leyon, Charles E. Cosier, John A. Lane, 
John H. McCloskey, Wm. R. Carson, 
Charles P. Sample, Joseph E. Tarkington, 
Raphael D. Van Wie. 

Canceling Department — Charles G. Keiser, 
Harry B. Phillips, James M. Eades, Wnv 
H. Furniss, Julius R.-» Cox, Jesse: A; 
Avery, Thomas C. Kelly, Charles E. Con- 
nor, Sampson R. Keeble. 

Directory Department — B. L. Smith, Alva 
W. Gulley. ' .: 

Dispatching Department — John F. Brasier, 
Louis J. Dochez, Wm. J. Jennings, Jajqes 
E. Lackey, Frank W. Williams, Bertrand 
L. Smith, Stephen R. Buck, Charles E. 
Finney. 

Box Department— W. W. Jackson. 

Cashier Second-class Mail — John F. Mullen. 

Finance Clerk— David M. Elliott. 

Night Superintendent — Clinton W. Parrjsh. 

Messenger— Fred C. Vogt. 

Timekeeper— Carlisle M. Smith. , 

Stenographer— Edna P. McGinnis. ^' 

Janitor— Conrad Beck. 

LETTER CARRIERS. , ;; 

District No. 1 — John H. Garver. > 

District No. 2— Ellis W. Crane. 

District No. 3— Robert H. McGinnis. 

District No. 4— Sanford S. Tolin. 

District No. 5 — John P. Cochrane. 

District No. 6 — Walter N. Leonard. ' '• 

District No. 7 — James L. Moore. 

District No. 8 — Wm. Darby. ■ > 

District No. 9 — Frank H. Faris. : • 

District No. 10 — Jefferson D. Porter. 

District No. 11— Omer Loyd. : 1 

District No. 12— Robert S. Cochrane. 

District No. 13— Wm. R. Williams. 

District No. 14 — Alex. H. Arbuckle. '' 

District No. 1.5 — Jacob Mathias. 

District No. 16— Frank A. Meredith. : 

District No. 17— Charles F. Doran. 

District No. 18 — Niels Jensen. 

District No. 19— James K. Barnhill. r. 

District No. 20— Wm. S. Warner. 

District No. 21 — Jacob C. Brown. ,' 

District No. 22— Frederick Ward. 

District No. 23— Robert L. Maze. 

District No. 24 — Alexander McNutt. 

District No. 25— Charles A. Boyl. :. 

District No. 26— George W. Reid. 



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District No. 27— Joe A. Downey. 

District No. 28— Walter W. Wilson. 

District No. 29— John J. Turner. 

District No. 30— Harry K. Milliouse. 

District No. 31— James Leary. 

District No. 32— Martin W. Healey. 

District No. 33— Wm. W. Hall. 

District No. 34 — George W. Sulgrove. 

District No. 35— Wm. C. Weber. 

District No. 36 — Benjamin J. Lanlz. 

District No. 37 — Isaac N. Smock. 

District No. 38 — Edward L,. Crawley. 

District No. 3fl — 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. 46— R. Douglas Wadsworth. 

District No. 47 — Wm. E. Jones. 

District No. 48 — Grant Smithson. 

District No. 49— Wm. J. HufCord. 

District No. 50— Frank L. Stilwell. 

District No. 51— Isaac Doll. 

District No. 52— Alfred A. Taylor. 

IJistrict No. 53 — Frank C. Rogers. 

District No. 54— Albert E. Bragdon. 

District No. 55 — V/m. Kirschmeier. 

District No. 56— Will S. Mitchell. 

District No. 57 — Aaron Stern. 

District No. 58— Samuel M. Wallace. 

District No. 59— Lewis W. Parrish. 

District No. 60— George T. Nickerson. 

District No. 61— Charles V. Hoover. 

District No. 62— Charles Burris. 

District No. 63— Albert M. Magley. 
, District No. 64— Henry M. Trimpe. 

District No. 65 — George Worthington. 

District No. 66— James L. Tipton. 

District No. 67— Charles W. Ensley. 

District No. 68— C. Wm. Kuetemeier. 

District No. 69 — Andrew J. Wells. 

District No. 70— Alonzo B. Clapp. 

District No. 71— Richard O. Shimer. 

District No. 72— Joseph M. Taylor. 

District No. 73 — James E. Cantlon. 

District No. 74 — Matthew A. Lockwood. 

Substitute Carriers — John F. Qulnn, Clar- 
ence E. Hibbs, Albert H. Tolin, Wm. F. 
Kiesle, George Deming, Joseph E. Carska- 
don, Michael E. Bradley, Robert S. Coxe, 
John C. Dehn, Wm. E. Pellett, James E. 
Nutt, Wm. H. Cobb, Wm. F. Hatfield, 
Jacob F. Poe, Oscar A. Soper, Leroy J. 
Silver. 



PUBLIC BLILDINGS, HALLS, ETC. 

Abbett's Building— 31 Virginia av. 

Adler Block— 176-186 Virginia av. 

Aaena Building — 19 N. Penn. 

Alpha Home — Darwin, near Hillside av. 

Altman's Hall— 618 S. Meridian. 

Association Hall— Y. M. C. A. bldg, 33 N. 
Illinois. 

Asylum for Friendless Colored Children— 
S. w. cor. Senate av. and Twelfth. 

Athon Block — N. e. cor. Capitol av. and 
New York. 

Bacon Block— 122 Ft. Wayne av. 

Baldwin Block— S. w. cor. Market and Del- 
aware. 

Bates House Block — N. w. cor. Washington 
and Illinois. 

Bnck Block— 263 Mass. av. 

Bellefontalne Hall— Cor. Mass. av. and 
IJellefontaine. 

Blacherne The— N. w. cor. Meridian and 
Vermont. 

Black's Block— 51 Russell av. 

Blackford Block— S. e. cor. Meridian and 
Wa-shington. 

Blake Block— S. w. cor. Washington and 
Kentucky av. 

Blind Asylum — North side North, bet. Me- 
ridian and Penn. 

Board of Trade — S. e. cor. Maryland and 
Capitol av. 



Bonanza Block— Cor. Washington and 
West. 

Boyds Block— 193 S. Illinois. . 

Braden Block — 77 S. Illinois. 

Bradshaw & Ayres Block— 33 W. Washing- 
ton. 

Brandon Block — S. w. cor. Delaware and 
Washington. 

Brenneke Building — N. w. cor. North and 
Illinois. 

Bretz Block — S. w. cor. Illinois and Georgia. 

Bricklayers' Hall— 78i^ W. Washington. 

Brightwood Association Hall — Brightwood. 

Bristor Block — 559 Virginia av. 

Brown's Building— N. w. cor. Pennsylvania 
and Washington. 

Builders' Exchange — 35 E. Ohio. 

Burford Building— 23-25 Pearl, bet. Meridian 
and Illinois. 

Burns Hall — .336 Indiana av. 

Buschmann Block — Cor. Ft. Wayne av. and 
St. Mary. 

Butler University — Irvington. 

Caffee Block— Cor. Pendleton and Clifford 
avs. 

Campbell Block — 23 Indiana av. 

Carlisle Block— N. w. cor. West and Wash- 
ington. 

Carisenters' Hall— 18i/^ S. Delaware. 

Catterson Block — 22-30 Kentucky av. 

Celtic Hall— 2861/2 S. West. 

Centennial Block— 188 S. Meridian. 

Central Black— 60 E. Market. 

Central Hospital for Insane — National road, 
3 miles w. of city. 

Central Station— S. e. cor. Alabama and 
Pearl. 

Chalfant The— N. w. cor. Penn. and Michi- 
gan. 

Chamber of Commerce — S. e. cor. Maryland 
and Capitol av. 

Chatham Place Block— Cor. Mass. and Park 
avs. 

Chislett Block — N. w. cor. Illinois and Sev- 
enth. 

City Dispensary — 34 E. Ohio. 

City Hay Market— 450 E. Washington. 

City Hospital — N. w. cor. Locke and Mar- 
garet. 

Claypool Block — N. e. cor. Illinois and 
Washington. 

Cleaveland Block — S. w. cor. Capitol and 
Kentucky avs. 

Coffin Block— 90 E. Market. 

Coffman Block — N. w. cor. Washington and 
Delaware. 

Columbia Block— 259 W. Washington. 

Columbia Hall — 401 S. Delaware. 

Commercial Block— N. w. cor. Washington 
and Kentucky av. 

Commercial Club Building— 26 S. Meridian. 

Condit Block— N. e. cor. Meridian and 
Pearl. 

Conduitt Block— 136 S. Meridian. 

Cook's Hall— 116 Hadley av (W. I.) 

Cordova Block— 2,'. W. Washington. 

Corinthian Hall— N. w. cor. Central av. and 
St. Mary. 

Council Chamber— Court House. 

County Infirmary — Indiana av. 4 miles n. w. 
of city. 

Court House— North side Washington bet. 
Delaware and Alabama. 

Cyclorama Building — North side Market, 
bet. Illinois and Capitol av. 

Danforth Block— South side Washington w. 
of Senate av. 

Das Deutsche Haus— N. e. cor. Michigan 
and New Jersey. 

Deaf and Dumb Institute— N. e. cor. Wash- 
ington and State av. 

De Soto Building— 29 E. Market. 

Door of Hope— 84 N. Alabama. 

Druid Hall— 124 E. Maryland. 

East End Block— N. w. cor. Was'hington 
and East. 

East Market House— Northside Market, 
east of Delaware. 

Elks' Hall— 112 N. Meridian. 



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Elliott Block— 20 W. Maryland. 

Emerald Hall— 2S4 S. West. 

Empire Block— N. e. cor. Alabama and 

Mass. av. 
Empire Theater— N. w. cor. Wabash and 

Delaware. 
English Block— N. w. cor. Washing-ton and 

Noble. 
English's Opera House — West side Monu- 
ment pi. between Market and Me- 
ridian. 
Exchange Block— S2 N. Penn. 
Fair Block — Jackson pi. 
Female Reformatory — S. e. cor. Michigan 

and Randolph. 
Fletcher's Bank Building — 30 E. Washing- 
ton. 
Franciscan Convert — Cor. Union and Pal- 
mer. 
Frank Block — S. w. cor. California and In- 
diana av. 
Franklin Fire Insurance Co.'s Building — 

S. e. cor. Monument place and Market. 
Franklin Life Insurance Building — S. w. 

cor. Illinois and Kentucky av. 
Friendly Inn— 290 W. Market. 
Gallup's Block — S. e. cor. Market and Cap- 
itol av. 
Gaston Block— 101 N. Delaware. 
Gem Block — 37 Indiana av. 
Geological Museum — 126 State House. 
German General Protestant Orphan Asy- 
lum — S. State av. opp Sycamore. 
German House— S. e. cor. Michigan and 

New Jersey. 
German Lutheran Orphans' Home — N. e. 

cor. Washington and Watts. 
German Mutual Insurance Block — 29 S. Del- 
aware. 
Giezendanner Block — N. e. cor Vermont and 

Senate av. 
Gramling Block— North side Washington, 

west of Penn. 
Grand Opera House and Block — 69 N. 

Penn. 
Griffith Block — North side of Washington, 

east of Illinois. 
Guardians' Home — S. e. cor. Prospect and 

Auburn. 
Halm's Building — 17 E. Washington. 
Halcyon Block — N. w. cor. Delaware and 

New York. 
Hall Block— 240 E. Washington. 
Hammond Block — S. e. cor. Mass. av. and 

New York. 
Hartford Block— 84 E. Market. 
Harugari Saenger Hall— 29 S. Delaware. 
Haueisen Block— 27 W. Pearl. 
Haughville Reading Room — Germania av., 

near Michigan (H). 
Healey Hall— S. e. cor. McCarty and Maple. 
Hendricks Block— S. w. cor. Market and 

Monument pi. 
High School Building No. 1— N. e. cor. 

Michigan and Penn. 
Home for Aged Poor — Vermont, e. of East, 
Home for Friendless Women — Cor. Capitol 

av. and Eleventh. 
Home of the Good Shepherd— 57 W. Ray- 
mond. 
Hord Block — 18 Indiana av. 
Howe Block— S. e. cor. Illinois and Geor- 
gia. 
Hollywood Block— 88 S. Illinois. 
Holt Block— 71 N. Illinois. 
Hubbard Block— S. w. cor. Washington and 

Meridian. 
Hutchings Block— N. w. cor Ohio and Penn. 
Independent Turnverein Hall— 101 N. Illi- 
nois. 
Indiana Dental College Buildins-- S. w. cor. 

Delaware and Ohio. 
Indiana Institute for the Blind— North bet. 

Meridian and Penn. 
Indiana Institution for the Deaf and Dumb 

— S. e. cor. Washington and State av. 
Indiana Reform School for Girls and Wom- 
an's Prison— S. e. cor. Michigan and Ran- 
dolph. 



cor. Washington and 



Indiana Trust Building— S. e. cor. Washing- 
ton and Virginia av. 
Indianapolis Home for Friendless Women— 

Cor. Capitol av. and 11th. 
Indianapolis Light Artillery Armory— N w 
cor. Senate av. and 7th. 

Indianapolis Orphan Asylum— N. e. cor. Col- 
lege and Home avs. 

Industrial Training School Building— Madi- 
son av.. Meridian and Merrill. 

I. O. a F. Building— N. e, cor. Washington 
and Penn. 

I. O. O. F. Halls— 4621/2 Virginia av. and s. 
w. cor. Central and Railroad (I) 

Ingalls Block— S. w. cor. Washington and 
Penn. 

Insane Asylum— Washington st., 2 miles 
west of city. 

Iron Block— South side Washington st., west 
of Meridian. 

Johnson Block— N. w. cor. Washington and 
East. 

Journal Building— N. e. cor. Monument pi 
and Market. 

Judah Block— South side Washington st. 
east of Delaware. 

Katherine Home— N. e. cor. Capitol av. and 
11th. 

Kealing Block— N. 
Cruse. 

Keeling's Building— Cor. Maryland and Vir- 
gmia av. 

Keller's Block— Cor. Bast and Coburn. 

Kenmore Block— 183 Mass. av. 

Kerr's Block— Washington, bet. Senate av 
and Missouri. 

Kessler Block— N. w. cor. Mass. av. and St 
Clair. 

Knights of Labor Hall— 11.5 E. Washington 

Knights of Pythias Hall— Talbott blk. 

Knodel's Hall— 113 E. Washington. 

Koerner Block— N. w. cor. Delaware and 
Koerner. 

Kregelo Block— 52 Indiana av. 

Lake Erie & Western Railroad Co.'s Build- 
mg— S. w. cor. Washington and Noble. 

Lemcke Building— N. w. cor. Penn. and 
Market. 

Library Building— S. w. cor. Meridian and 
Ohio. 

Lillian Hall— 3.591/2 Virginia av. 

Lintner Block— 184 Indiana av. 

Littler's Hall— S. e. cor. Washington and 
Eastern av. 

Lombard Building— 24 E. Washington. 

Lorraine Building— S. w. cor. Washington 
and Capitol av. 

Ludwig Block— 162 E. Washington. 

Lyra Hall— 86 W. Washington. 

McDonald & Butler Block— IS N. Penn 

McDougall Block— 62 S. Illinois 

McGinnis Block— 280 E. Washington 

M. E. of N. A. Hall-921/2 E. Washington. 

Macy Block— South side Market, bet Illi- 
nois and Monument ul. 

Maennerchor Hall— 181 'e. Washington 

Majestic Building— N. e. cor. Penn and 
Maryland. 

Mansur Block— N. e. cor. Washington and 
Ala.bama. 

Mansur Block— N. e. cor. Illinois and Mai'- 
ket. 

Marion Block— N. w. cor. Ohio and Me- 
ridian. 

^^'^''L°'i. '^°""'y Jail-N. w. cor. Alabama 
and Maryland. 

Marmont Hall— S. w. cor. Georgia and Illi- 
nois. 

Marquette Block— 26-34 Indiana av 
Masonic Hall— S. e. cor. Washington and 

Capitol av. 
Masonic Temple— S. e. cor. Washington and 

Capitol av. 
Massachusetts Avenue Depot— S w cor 

Mass. and Clifford avs. 
Maus Block— 168 E. Washington. 
Mayhew Block— 27 Monument pi 
Meikel Block— 12 W. Washington 
Meridian Building— 114 N. Meridian. 



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PUBLIC BUILDINGS, HALLS, ETC. 



Mick's Hall— N. w. cor. Illinois and 
Twenty-second. 

Miller's Block— N. w. cor. Illinois and Mar- 
ket. 

Mihigan Block— 289^7^ Mass. av. 

Milton The— 30 E. Pratt. 

Mohs Block— S. e. cor. Shelby and Pros- 
pect. 

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. 

Morgan Block— 163 Mass. av. 

Mozart Hall— 37 S. Delaware. 

Murphy Temperance League Hall— 252 Co- 
lumbia av. 

National Hall— 502 E. Washington. 

Neerman Block— 267 Mass. av. 

New Block— 84 N. Illinois. 

New Denison House Block — S. e. cor. Penn. 
and Ohio. 

Oakland Flats— 239 N. Delaware. 

Occidental Hall— 488 Virginia av. 

Old Library Building — S. w. cor. Penn. and 
Ohio. 

Odd Fellows' Hall— N. e. cor. "Washington 
and Penn. 

Old Sentinel Building— S. w. cor. Monument 
pi. and Meridian. 

O. I. H. Building— 30 Monument pi. 

Park Theater— N. e. cor. Washington and 
Capitol av. 

Parnell Hall— 73 W. McCarty. 

Patriotic Sons of America Hall— 921^ E. 
Washington. 

Pembroke Arcade — Washington to Virginia 
av.. w. of Delaware. 

Pfatnin Block— Cor. Senate and Indiana 
avs. 

Phoenix Block — N. w. cor. Market and 
Delaware. 

Phoenix Hall— 590 S. Meridian. 

Piel Block— 291/2 W. Ohio. 

Pierce Block — See Stout Block. 

Plaza The— 18 Monument pi. 

Plymouth Building — S. e. cor. New York 
and Meridian. 

Poole's Hall — N. e. cor. Illinois and Twenty- 
second. 

Post Hall (G. A. R.)— 30% N. Delaware. 

PostofRce Building — S. e. cor. Market and 
Penn. 

Press Building— S. e. cor. Monument pi. 
and Meridian. 

Pressley Flats— 175 N. Penn. 

Protestant Deaconess Home — 118 N. Senate 
av. 

Propylaeum Building — 25 E. North. 

Ran.sdell Block — 2.57 Mass. av. 

Reaume Block— Maryland, between Capitol 
av. and Senate av. 

Reichwein's Hall — S. w. cor. Market and 
Noble. 

Rescue Home — 49 E. South. 

Rhodius Block— 35 N. Capitol av. 

Rialto Building— 16-22 N. Penn. 

Riley "Block— N. e. cor. California and 
Washington. 

Ripley Block — 155 Indiana av. 

Rowley Block— 37 Kentucky av. 

Royal Arcanum Hall — S. w. cor. Illinois and 
7th. 

Ryan Block— N. w^ cor. Capitol and Indiana 
avs. 

St. Aloysius Library Hall— N. e. cor. Capi- 
tol av. and Georgia. 

St. Cecilia Hall— N. w. cor. Union and 
Palmer. 

St. George's Hall— SeVg E. Washington. 

St. John's Hall— Cor. Capitol av. and Geor- 
gia. 

St. Joseph's Hall— S. w. cor. North and 
Cincinnati. 

St. Joseph's Home— 397 S. Alabama. 

St. Mary's Hall— 82 S. Delaware. 



St. Patrick's Hall — Dougherty, w. of Vir- 
ginia av. 

St. Vincent's Infirmary — S. e. cor. Delaware 
and South. 

Sayles B.ock— 18 E. Ohio. 

Scholl Block — 31 Indiana av. 

Schrieber Block — N. w. cor. Coburn and 
Virginia av. 

Scott B.ock— S. e. cor. Phipps and Meridian. 

Scottish Rite Building— 29-37 S. Penn. 

Sentinel Building— 21 N. Illinois. 

Sentinel Printing Co. Building— 77 W. Mar- 
ket. 

Shea Hall — Cor. Belmont and Lambert (W. 
I). 

Shiel Block — Cor. Indiana av. and Illinois. 

Shiel The— 120-122 N. Illinois and 25 Indiana 
av. 

Sixth Street Station— North side Sixth, e. 
of Capitol av. 

Smith Block — 27 Virginia av. 

Smith's Block— S. e. cor. Delaware and 
Ohio. 

Snow Block — 17 Virginia av. 

Social Turnverein Building — Cor. Michigan 
and New Jersey. 

South Meridian Hall— Cor. S. Meridian and 
Kansas. 

South Side Turnverein Hall— S. s. Morris, 
near Meridian. 

Spades P;ace — 231 Mass. av. 

Staley's Block — N. w. cor. Virginia av. and 
McCarty. 

State Fair Grounds— Four miles n. e. of 
Monument pi. 

State House — West side Capitol av., bet. 
Washington and Ohio. 

State Museum— Dept. Geology and Natural 
History, 126 State House. 

Stechhan Block— N. w. cor. Alabama and 
Pearl. 

Sterling Block— Cor. Louisiana and Vir- 
ginia av. 

Stevenson Building— 15-23 E. Washington. 

Stewart Block— S. w. cor. Seventh and Il- 
linois. 

Stewart Place— S. e. cor. Illinois and Ohio. 

Stock Yards— Hadley av. and Belt Railroad 
crossing (W. I.) 

Stone Block— 14-16 W. Ohio. 

Stout Block— 62-76 Mass av. 

Sturm Place— E. Michigan, bet. Arsenal and 
State avs. 

Surgical Institute Building— N. w. cor. Ohio 
and Capitol av. 

Talbott Block— N. w. cor. Market and Penn. 

Talbott & New's Block— Bast side Penn., s. 
of Market. 

Telephone Building— S. w. cor. Illinois and 
Ohio. 

Templeton Hall— 361/^ W. Washington. 

Thompson's Block— S. w. cor. Ohio and Il- 
linois. 

Thorpe Block— 83 E. Market. 

Tomlinson Block— N. w. cor. Ohio and In- 
diana av. 

Tomlinson Hall— N. e. cor. Market and Del- 
aware. 

Trade Block— 15 McCrea. 

Turne Hall— N. e. cor. Illinois and Ohio. 

Union Building— 67 W. Maryland. 

Union Carpenters' Hall— 251/2 S. Meridian. 

Union Hall— 139 E. Washington. 

Union Station — Cor. Illinois and Jackson pi. 

U. S. Arsenal— North end of Arsenal av. 

Vajen's Block— 66 N. Penn. 

Van Sickle's Hall— 321/2 Clifford av. 

Van Vorhis Block— 2.33 Mass. av. 

Vinton Block— S. w. cor. Market and Penn. 

Von Hake Block— 30 N. Delaware. 

Voss Block— Cor. 1st and Illinois. 

Wachstetter's Hall-199 S. Capitol av. 

Wallace Block— 50 S. Delaware. 

Wallace Block— S. e. cor. Mass. av. and 
New York. 

Washington Hall— 84 W. Washington. 

Water Works Bailding— Bast bank White 
river, s. of Washington. 



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ST. LOUIS, MO. 



10th YEAR OF PUBLICATION . 

R. L. POLK & CO.'S 

Medical ^'"^ Surgical Register 

OF THE UNITED STATES. 

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medical profession regard tl^e REGISTER as a staqdard 

book of reference which ougl^t to be in every physician's 

library. 
Tl^e Register is designed to so completely cover tl^e medical 

directory field that further investment in that line will be 

unnecessary. 
If you want to know the COLLEGE STANDING of the 

physicians you come iq coqtact with, you will find it in 

the Register. 
The Register will enable you to locate a LOST FRIEND if he 

is practicing aqywhere in tlqe Uqited States. 
The FOU Rl H ED !T !0N '.vill be revised to the latest possible date aqd will 

coritain : 
List of Physicians and Surgeons, arranged by States, giving Postoffice 

P\ddre3S. with Population and Locatioq of eacl^ place. 
The School practiced. 
Coi'ege and Class of Graduation. 
P^l! the Existing and Extinct Medical Colleges in thje Uqited States and 

Canada, with Location, Faculty, etc. 
Th|e various '\/ledical Societies, Medical Jourrials, f^ospitals, Sanitariums. 

P^sylunqs, and other Medical ir^stitutions 
Boards of Health, 

f\ Synopsis of thje Laws for regulating the Practice of Medicine ir] each State. 
Medea' Departn^erits of the U.% Army, Navyand Mjariqo Hospital Servce. 
Roster of Exanqining Surgeoqs of tl^e U S. Pension Department 
A Descriptive Sketch] of each State and Territory. 
Climato'ogica' Statistics. 

T\r\e Na.Ties aqd Location of Prominent N/jiqeral Springs, 
General Alphiabetical list of Physicians, and reference to rqedical standing. 

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PUBLIC PARKS RAILROADS. 



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Waverly Building— S. w. coi". Meridian and 
Monument pi. 

Wesley Block— Indiana av., bet. Illinois and 
Capitol av. 

Wheatley Block— N. e. cor. New Jersey and 
Ohio. 

When Building— 26-40 N. Penn. 

White's Block— 106 N. Meridian. 

Wiley Block— N. w. cor. Penn. and Wash- 
ington. 

Wilson Block— S. e. cor. Illinois and Market. 

Windsor The — S. w. cor. Illinois and Mar- 
ket. 

Workhouse— South side Twelfth, bet. High- 
land pi. and Michigan rd. 

Wright's Market Street Block— 66 E. Mar- 
ket. 

Wright's Pennsylvania Street Block— See 
Exchange Block. 

Wyandot Block— N. e. cor. Ohio and Mass. 
av. 

Yandes & Malott Block— East side Illinois, 
bet. Georgia and Louisiana. 

Y. M. C. A. Building— 33 N. Illinois. 

Yohn Block — N. e. cor. Meridian and Wasli- 
ington. 



PUBLIC PARKS. 

Armstrong Park — North Indianapolis. 

Fairview Park— Seven miles n. of city on 
the canal. 

Garfield Park— South end of East. 

Germania Park — Floral av. w. of canal. 

Indianapolis Base Ball Park— E. Ohio, bet. 
Hanna and Arsenal av. 

Irvington Park — Irvington. 

Military Park— South side of New York, 
bet. Blackford and West. 

Monument Place — Crossing Meridian and 
Market. 

St. Clair Park— Meridian, Penn. and St. 
Clair. 

University Square— West side Penn., bet. 
New York and Vermont. 

West Indianapolis Park— Bet. Birch and 
Marion avs (W. I). 

Wildwood— S. w. cor. Meridian and Seven- 
teenth. 

Woodruff Place— East of United States Ar- 
senal, bet. Clifford av. and Micliigan. 



RAILROADS. 

Belt Railroad and Stock Yards Company— 
W. P. Ijams, Pres. ; Michael A. Downing, 
Vice-Pres. ; John H. Holliday, Sec; H. D. 
Lane, Auditor; Harry C. Graybill, Trafftc 
Mngr. Office Union Stock Yards (W. I.) 

Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad — 
From Indianapolis to Cincinnati, 123 
miles; Cincinnati to Toledo, 202 miles. M. 
D. Woodford, Pres.; C. G. Waldo, Genl. 
Mngr. General offices, Cincinnati, O. In- 
dianapolis offices, 2 W. Washington. H. 
G. Stiles. Genl. Agt, Freight Dept. ; 
George W. Hayler, Dist. Pass. Agt. 

Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis 
Railway (Big Four) — Total number of 
miles operated, 2,347. General offices, Cin- 
cinnati and Cleveland, O. M. E. Ingalls, 
Pres. ; E. O. McCormick, Pass. Traffic 
Mngr. ; D. B. Martin, Genl. Pass. Agt. ; 
J. Q. Van Winkle, Genl. Supt. ; Ford 
Woods, Genl. Freight Agt. P. & E. Ry. ; 
George W. Bender. Supt. Chicago Divis- 
ion; J. A. Barnard, Genl. Mngr. P. & E. 
Division; J. W. Riley, Supt. P. & E. 
Division ; Henry S. Frazer, Genl. Agt. ; W. 
A. Sullivan, Freiglit Agt. ; H. M. Bronson, 
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt. ; 1 E. Washington 
street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Cincinnati, Wabash & Michigan Railway — 
For general offices see Cleveland, Cin- 
cinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway. 

Indiana, Decatur & Western Railway — 
From Indianapolis to Decatur, 153 miles. 
M. D. Woodford, Pres.; R. B. P. Pierce, 
Genl. Mngr. ; George H. Graves, Supt. ; 
J. S. Lazarus, Genl. Freight and Pass. 



Agt.; J. W. Connaty, Master Mechanic; 
George W. Lishawa. Auditor; F. H. Slaort, 
Treas. ; George H. Graves, Supt. ; George 
R. Balch, Purchasing Agt. General of- 
fices. Commercial Club bldg. 

Indianapolis Union Railway Co. Lessees 
Belt Railroad— James McCrea, Pres. ; W. 
N. Jackson, Sec. ; W. T. Cannon, Treas. 
and Purchasing Agt.; C. A. Vinnedge, 
Auditor; A. A. Zion, Supt. Offices, Union 
Station. 

Pennsylvania Lines — Indianapolis to Colum- 
bus, O., ISS miles. Louisville Division, In- 
dianapolis to Louisville, Ky., 110 miles. 
Vincennes Division, Indianapolis to Vin- 
cennes, 116 miles. General offices, Pitts- 
burg, Pa.; George B. Roberts, Pres., 
Philadelphia, Pa.; E. A. Ford, Genl. Pass, 
and Ticket Agt., Pittsburg, Pa.; John F. 
Milier, Genl. Supt., Columbus, O.; F. G. 
Darlington, Supt., Indianapolis. Indian- 
apolis offices. Union Station. Oran Perry, 
Local Freight Agt. ; S. F. Gray, Genl. 
Western Freight Agt. ; George E. Rock- 
well, D. P. A.; George Rech, City Ticket 
Agt. Offices, n. e. cor. Illinois and Wash- 
ington streets. 

Lake Erie & Western Railway Co.— Gen- 
eral offices, cor. Washington and Noble 
sts., Indianapolis, Ind. From Sandusky, 
O., to Peoria, 111., 416 miles; from Indian- 
apolis to Michigan 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; total, 721 miles. C. S. Brice, 
Pres., New York; L. M. Schwan, Vice- 
Pres.. New York; George L. Bradbury, 
Vice-Pres. and Genl. Mngr., Indianapolis, 
Ind.; Samuel B. Sweet, Genl, Freight Agt., 
Indianapolis, Ind.; Charles F. Daly, Genl. 
Passenger Agt., Indianapolis, Ind.; A. G. 
Young, Asst. Genl. Freight Agt., Indian- 
apolis, Ind.; D. S. Hill, Genl. Supt., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. ; H. F. Bickell, Asst. Genl. 
Supt., Indianapolis, Ind.; T. H. Perry, 
Chief Engineer and Purchasing Agt., In- 
dianapolis. Ind.; W. E. Hackedorn, Genl. 
Solicitor, Indianapolis, Ind. ; John B. Cock- 
rum, Genl. Attorney, Indianapolis, Ind.; 
A. D. Thomas, Asst. Treas., Indianapolis, 
Ind. ; W. A. Wildhack. Auditor. Indian- 
apolis. Ind. ; E. N. Hicks, Trav. Pass, 
Agt., Indianapolis, Ind.; T. O. Baker, 
Trav. Freight Agt., Indianapolis, Ind. 
City ticket office. 26 S. Illinois. Local 
freight office, 51 S. Alabama street. 

Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railway 
(Monon Route)— From Indianapolis, Ind., 
to Chicago, 111., 183 miles; from Indianapo- 
lis, Ind., to Michigan City, Ind.. 154 miles; 
from Monon. Ind., to Louisville, Ky., 229 
miles; branch from Orleans to French 
Lick Springs, 18 miles; from Bedford to 
Switz City, 41 miles. Samuel Thomas, 
Pres.. New York City: W. H. McDoel, 
Vice-Pres. and Genl. Mngr., Chicago; J. 
L. Doherty, Asst. Auditor; Frank J. Reed, 
Genl. Passenger Agt., Chicago; E. C. 
Field, Genl. Solicitor, Chicago; A. J. 
O'Reilly, Genl. Agt., 1 Board of Trade 
bldg., Indianapolis, Ind.; George W. Hay- 
ler, District Passenger Ag't., Indianapolis, 
Ind. Local ticket office, 2 W. "Washington 
street. Local freight, corner New Jersey 
and Pearl. 

Ohio, Indiana & Western Railway— For 
General Offices see Cleveland, Cincinnati, 
Chicago & St. Louis Railway. 

Terre Haute & Indianapolis Railroad— In- 
dianapolis to St. Louis, Mo., 240 miles. 
General Offices, Terre Haute, Ind. V. T. 
Malott, Receiver, Indianapolis, Ind. : J. J. 
Turner, Vice-Pres. and Genl. Mngr.. St. 
Louis, Mo.; George E. Farrington, Genl. 
Agt. and Sec; R. B! Thompson. Treas., 
Terre Haute, Ind. ; E. A. Ford, Genl. 
Ticket and Passenger Agt. ; W. F. Brun- 
ner, Asst. Genl. Passenger Agt., St. Louis, 



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Mo.: George E. Rockwell, District Pas- 
senger Agt.: A. D. Penuleton, Commercial 
Agt. Indianapolis OtRces. northeast cor. 
Illinois and Washington streets. 
RAILWAYS— STREET. 

Citizens' Street Railroad Co.— Augustus L. 
Mason, Pres. ; Wm. L. Elder. Vice-Pres. ; 
Wm. F. Milholland. Sec. and Treas. ; Mil- 
ler Elliott. Supt.. 750 W. Washington. 

Indianapolis and Broad Ripple Rapid Tran- 
sit Co.— Robert C. Light, Pres. and Genl. 
Mngr.. 1-2 Lombard bldg. 

Indianapolis. Greenwood & Franklin Elec- 
tric Line — From Indianapolis to Green- 
wood. 30 miles. J. A. Polk, Greenwood, 
Pres. : Henry L. Smith. Genl. Mngr. Gen- 
eral Offices. 731 Lemcke bldg. 



SCHOOLS. 



MISCELLANEOUS SCHOOLS. 

Admire & McVeigh, li/4 E. Washington. 

Assumption School — William, n of Morris 
(W. I.), in charge of Sisters of St. Bene- 
dict. 

Boys' Classical School — 783 N. Delaware. L. 
H. Baugher, Principal. 

Butler College — Irvington, Ind. Scot Butler, 
President. A. M. Chamberlain, Sec. of 
Board. 

Convent of the Good Shepherd— S. s. Ray- 
mond, w. of Meridian. 

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

Duthie Lawson A.— 11% N. Meridian. 

German Evangelical Lutheran Schools— 
387 S. New Jersey, cor. Pleasant and 
Spruce and Jupiter, near Brookside av. 

German Lutheran Mission School — Cor. 
Jefferson and Orange avs. 

German Lutheran School— 481 E. Market. 
Adolphus C. F. Paar, Principal. 

Girls' Classical School^26 N. Penn. May 
W'right Sewall, Principal. 

Holy Cross School — S. e. cor. Hanna and 
Ohio. In charge of Sisters of Providence. 

Independent Turn Verein School of Indi- 
anapolis — Adolph Mols, Instructor. Cor. 
Illinois and Ohio. 

Indiana Boston School of Elocution and 
Expression of Indianapolis — Established 
1879. Mrs. Hariet Augusta Prunk, Prin- 
cipal. 368 W. New York. 

Indiana Law School — 71 W. Market. 

Indiana Kindergarten and Primary Nor- 
mal Training School — Margaret, opp. City 
Hospital. Eliza A. Blaker, City Supt. 

Indiana School of Art — N. w. cor. Monu- 
ment Place and Market. Established 1889. 
Hilton U. Brown, Pres.; Carl H. Lieber, 
Sec; Charles E. HoUenbeck, Treas. 

Indiana School of Nursing (attached to City 
Hospital.) 

Indianapolis Academy for Boys — 498 N. 
Penn. 

Indianapolis Business University — When 
bldg. Established 1850. Incorporated 1886. 
Emmett J. Heeb, Pres. 

Indianapolis College of Music— Cor. Monu- 
ment Place and Market. James M. Dun- 
gan. Mngr. 

Industrial School for Colored Children— 
Jaillet Arthur. D. F., Ninth Presbyterian 
Church. 222 Keystone av. 

Johnson John D.— l.o6i/i E. Washington. 

Kindergarten No. 1—321 W. Pearl. 

Kindengarten No. 2—68 Yandes. 

Kindergarten No. 3 — Margaret, opp. 
Hospital. 

Kindergarten No. 4 — 644 S. Illinois. 

Kindf-rgarten No. 5—10 N. Liberty. 

Kindergarten No. 6 — Cor. Catharine 
Missouri. 

Kindergarten No. 7—560 W. North. 

Knickerbacker Hall The— Diocesan School 
for Girls, cor. 7th and Central av. 

Metropolitan School of Music- 134 N. Il- 
linois. Franz X. Arens, Pros.; Oliver W. 
I'ierce, Sec. 



City 



and 



Nurses" Training School— 735 N. Meridian. 

St. Agnes Academy— 702 N. Meridian. In 
charge of Sisters of Providence. 

St. Ann's School (colored)— S. w. cor. Pratt 
and Fayette. In charge of the Sisters of 
St. Francis. 

St. Anthony's School for Boys and Girls- 
East side of W^arman av., 2 south of Ver- 
mont (H). In charge of Sisters of Provi- 
dence. 

St. Bridget's School— N. e. cor. West and St. 
Clair. In charge of the Sisters of St. 
Francis. 

St. John's Academy and Boarding School 
for Girls— South side of Maryland e. of S. 
Capitol av. In charge of the Sisters of 
Providence. 

St. John's German Evangelical Lutheran 
School — Bismarck av., near Frazee (H). 

St. John's School for Boys— 74 W. Georgia. 
In charge of the Brothers of the Sacred 
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 the Sisters 
of Providence. 

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

St. Joseph's School (for boys)— 321 E. North. 
B. W. Bernhard Kingston, Principal. 

St. Mary's School (for boys)— Rear 75 E. 
Maryland. Joseph P. Pfelffer. Principal. 

St. Mary's Academy and School (for girls) — 
South side Maryland w. of Delaware. In 
charge of the Sisters of St. Francis. 

St. Patrick's School (for boys) — North side 
Dougherty w. of Virginia av. In charge 
of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart. 

St. Patrick's Academy (for girls) — South 
side Dougherty w. of Short. In charge 
of the Sisters of Providence. 

St. Peter and Paul School for Boys — In 
charge of Sisters of Providence. 672 N. 
Penn. 

Sacred Heart School (for girls)— Cor. Me- 
ridian and Palmer. Mother Lidwina, Su- 
perior. 

Sacred Heart School (for boys) — Cor. LTnion 
and Palmer. 

Select Kindergarten — 19 W. St. Joseph. Jen- 
nie M. Moore, Principal. 

Select Kindergarten — 571 N. Capitol av. 
Catherine O'Neill, Principal. 

Select Kindergarten — 435 Ash. 

Shorthand Training School — 49-55 Thorpe 
blk. 

Sisters of the Good Shepherd— South side 
Raymond, near city limits. 

University of Indanapolis — Meets at As- 
sembly rooms. Commercial Club. Allen 
M. Fletcher, Pres.; George E. Hunt, Sec; 
Herman Lieber, Treas. 

University Extension, Indianapolis Center — 
Gustave A. Carstensen, Pres. ; Harriet E. 
Jacobs, Sec. 

Winona Assembly and Summer School — 36 
When bldg. Rev. S. C. Dickey. 
PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Superintendent of Schools— D. K. Goss, Li- 
brary bldg. 

Assistant Superintendent— Miss N. Cropsey 
-Office house, 4:30 to 5 p. m., Monday. 
Library bldg. 

Clerk of Sui)erintendent— Clara Stonebarger, 
Library bldg. Office hours of Super- 
intendent, from 4:30 to 5:30 p. m. each 
week day, except Wednesday. Office hours 
of clerk, from 8:30 to 3 i). m. 

Special Teachers— Wilhelmina Seegmiller, 
Supervisor of Drawing; Robert Nix, 
Supervisor of German; Perle Wilkison, 
Supervisor of Music; J. H. Woodruff. 
Supervisor of Penmanship: Curt Toll and 
Adolph Mols, Supervisors of Physical Cul- 
ture. Office, l^ibrary bldg. 

Normal School— Tn High School bldg. No. 
1. Mary E. Nicholson, Principal. 



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HIGH SCHOOL NO. 1. 

Corner Pennsylvania and Michigan. George 
W. Hufford, Principal. 

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SCHOOL. 
Corner Meridian and Merrill and Madison 
av. Charles E. Emmerich, Principal. 

PRIMARY GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 
No. 1— Cor. New Jersey and Vermont. Ida 

M. Andrus. Principal. 
No. 2— Cor. Delaware and Walnut. Mar- 
garet Hamilton, Principal. 
No. 3— Meridian, bet. Ohio and New York. 

M. Selma Ingersoll, Principal. 
No. 4— Cor. Michigan and Blackford. Fran- 
ces M. Brunton, Supervising Principal. 
No. 5— Cor. Washington and California. 

Anna Courtney, Principal. 
No. 6— Cor. Union and Phipps. Mary L. 

Colgan, Principal. 
No. 7— Cor. Bates and Benton. Nelson 

Yoke, Supervising Principal. 
No. 8— Oak Hill, northeast of Atlas Works. 

Georgia Alexander, Principal. 
No. 9 — Cor. Vermont and Davidson. Hen- 
rietta Schrake, Principal. 
No. 10 — Cor. Ash and Home av. Henrietta 

Colgan, Supervising Principal. 
No. 11— Cor. 4th and Capitol aw Clara 

Washburn, Principal. 
No. 12— Cor. West and McCarty. Mary H. 

Ingersoll. Principal. 
No. 13— Cor. Buchanan and Beaty. Emma 

Donnan. Supervising Principal. 
No. 14 — South side Ohio, east of Highland 

av. Rauma W. Wales. Principal. 
No. 15 — Cor. Michigan and Keystone av. 

Sarah McFarland, Principal. 
No. 16 — Cor. Blomington and Springfield. 

Eliza M. Hopkins, Principal. 
No. 17— Cor. West and 2d. Lavinia McFar- 
land, Principal. 
No. IS — Yandes, bet. Home and Lincoln avs. 

Victoria A. Willson, Principal. 
No. 19 — Shelby, south of Prospect. Marcel- 

lus Neal, Principal. 
No. 20 — Spruce, south of Prospect. Sadie L. 

Kirlin, Principal. 
No. 21 — Michigan av., s. e. of Institute for 

Deaf and Dumb. Florence Fay, Principal. 
No. 22— Cor. Chestnut and Hill. Ada Duzan, 

Principal. 
No. 23. — Cor. Fourth and Howard. Mary E. 

Willson, Principal. 
No. 24— Cor. North and Minerva. John T. 

Smith, Principal. 
No. 25 — Cor. New Jersey and Merrill. Mary 

A. McKeever, Principal. 
No. 26 — Martindale av., bet. Lincoln av. and 

Seventh. Mary B. Knowlton, Principal. 
No. 27 — Cor, Park av. and Eighth. Mar- 
garet V. Marshall, Principal. 
No. 2S — Fletcher av., bet. Dillon and Cedar. 

Etta L. Miller, Principal. 
No. 29 — Cor. College av. and Elleventh. Jane 

W. Bass, Principal. 
No. 30— Elder av. Martha Allgire, Teacher. 
No. 31 — Lincoln lane. Helen Hickey. Princi- 
pal. 
No. 32— Cor. Twelfth and Illinois. Cora M. 

Day. Principal. 
No. 3.3 — Cor. Sterling and Stoughton av. 

Kate Robson, Principal. 
No. 34— Shelby, s. of Belt R. R. E. S. Skil- 

len. Principal. 
No. 3.5— Madison road, s. of Belt R. R. Flora 

Harvey, Principal. 
No. 3C — Cor. Capitol av. and Twentieth. 

Mary D. Stillwell, Principal, 
No. 37 — Seventeenth, e. of Baltimore av. 

James H. Young, Principal. 
No. 38- Cor. Bloyd av. and Paw Paw. Mary 

A. Hancock, Principal. 
No. 39 — Cor. State and Lexington avs. Helen 

R. Lang, Principal. 
No. 40— Cor. Penn. and North. Ella M. 

Christy, Principal. 



No. 41 — Cor. Armstrong and Rader (N. I.) 

Robert A. Smith, Principal. 
No. 42— Cor. Wells and Rader (N. I.) Wm. 

M. Lewis, Principal. 
No. 43 — Mapleton. Alice O'Hair, Principal. 
No. 44— Cerealine Works. Elizabeth Miller, 

Teacher. 



SECRET AND BENEVOLENT ORGAN- 
IZATIONS. 

MASONIC. 

A. and A. Scotish Rite. 

Indiana Sovereign Consistory — Jacob W. 
Smith. 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. H. A. Sampsell, W. 
M. ; Willis R. Miner, Sec. 

Capital City Lodge No. ,312— Meets first 
Tuesday of each month in Claypool blk. 
H. B. Fatout, W. M.; Thomas Oddy. Sec. 

Center Lodge No. 23— Meets first Monday in 
each month in Claypool blk. C. C. Gil- 
more, W. M.: Albert Izor, Sec. 

Grand Commandery K. T.— Meets third 
Wednesday of April. 

Grand Lodge— Meets annually fourth Tues- 
day in May, hall southeast cor. Washing- 
ton and Capitol av. Wm. H. Smythe. 
Grand Sec. 

Indianapolis Chapter No. 5— Meets first Fri- 
day of each month in Claypool blk. Hugh 
J. Drummond, Sec. 

Indianapolis Council No. 2— Meets in Ma- 
sonic Temple. Henry Rebesberger, I. M. ; 
Hugh J. Drummond, Recorder. 

Keystone Chapter No. C— Meets third Tues- 
day of each month in Masonic Temple. 
Hugh O. McVey, H. P. ; J. W. Smith, Sec. 

Logan Lodge No. ,57.5— Meets first Monday 
of each month in Claypool blk. Hiram D. 
Harris, W. M. ; John Schley, Sec. 

Marion Lodge No. 3.5— Meets third Wednes- 
day of each month in Masonic Temple. 
Jacob Watts. 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- 
]5le. Lewis E. Morrison, W. M. ; Willis D. 
Engle. Sec. 

Oriental Lodge No. 500— Meets cor. Central 
av. and St. Mary street. Albert T. Isen- 
see, W. M. ; Howard Kimball, Sec. 

Pentalpha Lodge No. .564— Vestal W. Wood- 
ward, W. M. ; Wm. H. Smythe, Sec. Meets 
first Thursday of each month in Masonic 
Temple. 

Raper Commandery No. 1— Meets second 
Tuesday in each month in Masonic Tem- 
ple. Wm. S. Rich, Eminent Commander^ 
Wm. H. Smythe, Treas. ; Jacob W. Smith, 
Recorder. 

O. E. S. 

Queen Esther Chapter No. 3— Mrs. Clara 
Holderman, W. M. ; E. Nettie Ransford. 
Sec. ; Masonic Temple. 

Naomi Chapter No. 131 — Mrs. Wilhelmina 
Brattain, W. M. ; Aurelius Smith. Sec. 
Masonic Temple. 

MASONIC (COLORED). 

Central Lodge No. 1, F. and A. M.— Meets 
first Thursday of every month at north- 
east cor. Washington and Meridian. Jacob 
Porter, W. M.: Don Wells, Sec. 

Waterford Lodge No. 13, F. and A. M.— 
Meets second Wednesday of every month 
at northeast cor. Washington and Me- 
ridian. Lawson Seaton, W. M. ; Henry 
Terry, Sec. 

Trinity Lodge No. 18. F. and A. M.— Meets 
first Wednesday of every month at north- 
east cor. Washington and Meridian. B. B. 
Biggins, W. M. ; Thomas Bransford, Sec. 



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SECRET AND BENEVOLENT ORGANIZATIONS. 



CjTus Chapter No. 15. R. A. M.— Meets first 
Tuesdav of every month at northeast cor. 
Washington and Mei-idian. A. J. Thomp- 
son. H. P. : Charles Chavis, Sec. 

Zerubbabel Commandery No. 14, K. T.— 
Meets second Tuesday of every month at 
northeast cor. Washington and Meridian. 
Valuce Sanders, E. C. ; Henry Moore, Re- 
corder. 

A. and A. Scotish Rue. 

Constantine Consistory — Meets second 
Thursday in every month at nortlieast 
cor. Washington and Meridian. John J. 
Buckner. Commander-in-chief; Henry 
Moore. Sec. 

Persian Temple. A. A. O. N. M. S.— Meets 
fourth Thursday in every month at north- 
east cor. Washington and Meridian. Hen- 
ry Moore. Potentate; Wm. T. Floyd, Re- 
corder. 

O. E. S. (COLORED). 

Union Chapter No. 1. O. E. S.— Meets first 
Monday of every month at northeast cor. 
Wasliington and Meridian. Roxabell 
Jones. R. M. ; Etta Lewis, Sec. 

Leah Chapter No. 2, O. E. S.— Meets second 
Monday in every month at northeast cor. 
Washington and Meridian. Fannie La- 
nier, R. M. ; Jennie Lewis, 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. G. L. Reinhard, 
Grand Master; R. P. Davis, Deputy Grand 
Master; O. N. Cranor, Grand Warden; 
W. H. Leedy, Grand Sec. ; James A. Wild- 
man, Grand Treas. Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Grand Encampment — Annual Communica- 
tion meets the third Tuesday in Novem- 
ber. J. E. Bodine, Grand Patriarch; J. I. 
McCoy, Grand High Priest; J. F. Mann, 
Grand Senior Warden; J. N. Nuzum, 
Junior Warden; W. H. Leedy, Grand 
Scribe; John Reynolds, Grand Treas. 

Department Council Patriarchs Militant- 
Meets third Monday in November. J. E. 
Bodine, Pres. ; Anderson McCrary, Clerk. 

Samaritan Encampment No. 241 (West In- 
dianapolis) — Meets second and fourth 
Monday. Edward H. Rose, Sec. 

Metropolitan Encampment No. 5 — Meets 
first and third Mondays in each month. 
George Rubush, Scribe. 

Capitol Lodge No. 124- Meets every Friday 
evening in Grand Lodge bldg. Jacob 
W. Smith, Sec. 

Mt. Jackson Encampment No. 231— Meets 
second and fourth Thursday. Samuel 
McBroom, Sec. 

Center Lodge No. 18 — Meets every Tuesday 
evening in Grand Lodge bldg. John 
H. Ttckenbrock, Sec. 

Germania Lodge No. 129— Meets every 
Thursday evening in Grand Lodge bldg. 
Henry Thorns, Sec. 

Indianapolis Lodge No. 46.5— Meets every 
Friday evening at 467 Virginia av. H. J. 
Jacobson, Sec. 

Meridian Lodge No. 480— Meets every 
Wednesday evening in Geizendanner Hall. 
H. C. Osborne, Sec. 

Mozart Lodge No. 531— Meets every Friday 
evf-ning at 27V^ S. Delaware street. John 
Df-itz, Sec. 

Philoxenian Lodge No. 44 — Meets every 
Wednesday evening in Grand Lodge bldg. 
Benjamin Franklin, Sec. 

Puritan No. 678— Haughville. C. F. Child- 
ers, Sec. Meets every Friday. 

Brightwood No. 6.55— Brightwood. W. Cold- 
ridge, Sec. Meets every Monday. 

Samaritan No. 6.58— West Indianapolis. O. 
C. Chamber.s, Sec. Meets every Thursday. 

Harris No. 644— Samuel McBroom. Sec. 
Meets every Monday at Mount Jackson. 



Mapleton No. 690— Meets every Friday at 
Mapleton. Lewis G. Aiken, Sec. 

Mapleton Encampment No. 209— Mapleton. 
L. G. Aiken, C. P.; Frank Jones, Sec. 
Meets second and fourth Monday. 

Canton Indianapolis No. 2, P. M. — Meets ev- 
ery Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' 
Hall. Commander, J. E. Bodine; Lieuten- 
ant, Albert Lowes; Clerk, Edward Hoffer. 

Canton Capital No. 42, P. M.— Meets every 
Tuesday evening, at 661/2 E. Washington. 
Charles Westover, Clerk; E. L. Strong, 
Commandant. 

REBEKAH DEGREE, I. O. O. F. 

Olive Branch Lodge No. 10 D. of R.— Meets 
second and fourth Saturday evenings of 
each month at Grand Lodge Hall. S. O. 
Sharpe, Sec. 

Indianapolis Lodge No. 520 D. of R. — Meets 
second and fourth Monday nights in 
Grand Lodge Hall. Jennie Condell, Sec, 
27 Monument pi. 

Fidelity Lodge No. 227 D. of R.— Meets ev- 
ery second and fourth Monday evening 
of each month at 467 Virginia av. 

Myrtle Lodge No. 326 D. of R.— Mount Jack- 
son. 

Neolo Lodge No. 362 D. of R.— Brightwood. 

Progress Lodge No. 395 D. of R.— Haugh- 
ville. 

Silvia Lodge No. 441 D. of R.— Mapleton, 
Ind. 

West Indianapolis Lodge No. 418 D. of R. — 
Mrs. O. McGrew, Sec. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 
Grand Lodge of Indiana. 

Headquarters, Rooms Talbott blk., north- 
west cor. Penn. and Market. Annual 
convocation first Tuesday in June. Frank 
Bowers, G. K. of R. S. 

Marion Lodge No. 1— Meets Castle Hall, 
Talbott blk., every Wednesday evening. 
J. H. Moore, K. R. S. 

Olive Branch No. 2— Meets Castle Hall, Tal- 
bott blk., every Saturday evening. A. H. 
Arbuckle, K. R. S. 

Star Lodge No. 7— Meets Castle Hall, Tal- 
bott blk.. every Tuesday evening. F. A. 
Blanchard. K. R. S. 

Excelsior Lodge No. 25 — Meets Castle Hall, 
Talbott blk., every Friday evening. W. 
W. Davy, K. R. S. 

Indianapolis Lodge No. 56— Meets Castle 
Hall, Talbott blk., every Thursday even- 
ing. George T. Breunig, K. R. S. 

Capitol City Lodge No. 97— Meets every 
Monday evening, 414 E. Washington. W. 
S. Gordon, K. R. S. 

Center Lodge No. 216— Meets I. O. O. F. 
bldg., Virginia av., every Tuesday even- 
ing. C. P. Balz, K. R. S. 

Pythagoras Lodge No. 380— Meets every 
Monday evening in hall southwest cor. 
Mass. av. and Bellefontaine. Maurice 
Roche, K. R. S. 

Damascus Lodge No. 384— Meets every 
Thursday evening in hall southwest cor. 
Illinois and 7th. W. D. Hoskins, K. R. S. 

Arborvitae Lodge No. 318— Meets every 
Monday evening in Brightwood. George 
A. Sites, K. R. S. 

Irvington Lodge No. 324— Meets every Fri- 
day evening. T. W. Wonnell, K. R. S. 

West Indianapolis Lodge No. 244— Meets in 
Spencer Hall, West Indianapolis, every 
Wednesday evening. T. A. Schureman, 
K. R. S. 

Arion Lodge No. 254— Meets in Haughville 
every Monday night. J. M. Brown, K. 
R. S. 

General Relief Committee— Meets the first 
Thursday of each month in Castle Hall, 
Talbott "blk. 



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UNIFORM RANK. 

Headquarters Uniform Rank, K. of P. — 
James R. Carnahan. Major-General Com- 
manding-; Will J. McKee, A. G., Room 54 
Journal bldg-., northeast cor Market and 
Monument pi. t 

Indiana Brigade U. R. K. of P. — James R. 
Ross, Brig.-Gen. Commanding; Prank 
Bowers, A. A. G. Headquarters Journal 
bldg. ■ 

Indianapolis Division No. 2, U. R. K. of P. 
— Armory, Bricklayers' Hall. Meets every 
Friday evening. C T. Bishop. 

Excelsior Division No. 4.3. — Meets every 
Wednesday evening in aiTnory, 121 E. 
Pearl. 

Olive Branch Division No. 48— Meets every 
Thursday evening in armory, Court 
House. 

Indiana Division No. 56— Meets every Fri- 
day in armory, Masonic Hall. 

Pettibone Division No. 72— Meets every 
Friday evening in Spencer Hall, West In- 
dianapolis. 

RATHBONB SISTERS. 

Grand Lodge Rathborne Sisters— Meets an- 
nually first Tuesday in June. Mabel 
Teague, G. M. of R. and C. 

Myrtle Temple No. 7— Meets every Tuesday 
evening cor. Mass. av. and New York. 
Anna Kirkwood. M. B. C. ; Hattie Ryder, 
Sec. 

Brightwood Temple No. 79— Meets second 
and fourth Saturday evenings in Bright- 
wood. Maggie Murray, Sec. 

Banner Temple No. 37— Meets every Tues- 
day in Knights of Pythias Hall (W. I). 
Belle Salconbury, Sec. ; Augusta Hagedon, 
M. of R. and C. 
ANCIENT .ORDER HIBERNIANS. 

County Headquarters — S. w. cor. Georgia 
and Illinois sts. James McBride, C. P.; 
.Jeremiah Kelly, C. S.; P. H. McNeils, C. 
T. 

Division No. 1— Meets first and third 
Wednesday evenings of each month at 
Parnell Hall, 73 W. McCarty. Jeremiah 
Kelly, Sec. 

Division No. 2— Meets S. w. cor. Illinois and 
Georgia first and third Monday evenings 
of each month. Thomas Brennan. Sec. 

Division No. 3 — Meets first and third Tues- 
days of each month at 3591^ Virginia av. 
Patrick J. Griffin, See. 

Division No. 4 — Meets first and third Thurs- 
day, Town Hall at Haughville. Jeremiah 
O'Connor, Sec. 

Division No. 5 — Meets cor. Rhode Island 
and Blake first and third Friday evenings 
of each month. Daniel O'Donnell, Sec. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORK- 
MEN. 
Prospect Lodge No. 45— Meets Baldwin blk. 
Monday evenings. 

BENEVOLENT PROTECTIVE ORDER 
OF ELKS. 

Indianapolis Lodge No. 13 — Meets in Elks' 
Hall, 112 N. Meridian, every Friday even- 
ing. H. S. Beissenherz, Sec. 

GERMAN ORDER OF HARUGARI. 

Hall. 271/2 S. Delaware. 

Harmonic Lodge No. 632 — Meets every Tues- 
day evening. Carl Ziegler, Sec. 

Hertha Lodge No. 43 — Meets second and 
fourth Sundays of every month. Anna 
Pflueger, Sec. 

Wodan Manie No. 42 — Meets every Sunday. 
Carl Ziegler, Sec. 

Schiller Lodge No. .381— Meets first and third 
Mondays of each montli. Carl Waechter, 
Sec. 

UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS. 

Hall, 124 E. Maryland. 

Bos Chapter No. 5 — Meets every first and 



third Sunday in each month, at 124 B 

Maryland. 
Capital City Grove No. 17— Meets at 41 N 

Illinois every Thursday evening. 
Germania Circle No. 1— Meets at 124 E 

Maryland second and fourth Sundays of 

each month. 
Humboldt Grove No. 8— Meets every 

Wednesday 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 second and last Sunday in each 

month. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

Department Headquarters— Room 25 State 
House. Department Officers. 

Department Commander— Henry M. Caylor 
Post No. 133. Noblesville. 

Sr. Vice Dept. Commander— Elmer Crock- 
ett, Post No. 8, South Bend. 

Jr. Vice Dept. Commander— John E. Har- 
rison, Post No. 59, Converse. 

Medical Director— John H. Rerick, Post No. 
104, Lagrange. 

Chaplain— R. J. Parrett, Post 65, Frankfort. 

Asst. Adjt.-General and Asst. Quartermas- 
ter General— R. M. Smock, Post No. 17, 
Indianapolis. 

Department Inspector— C. J. McCole, Post 
No. 133, Noblesville. 

Judge Advocate— C. M. Travis, Post No. 7, 
Crawfordsville. 

Chief Mustering Officer— H. H. Woods, Post 
No. 77, Martinsville. 

George H. Thomas Post No. 17— Meets first 
and third Tuesdays of each month at 
G. A. R. Hall, cor. Court and Delaware. 
C. S. Boynton, Commander; Wm. B. 
Downey, Adjutant; M. R. Smock, Quar- 
termaster. 

Martin R. Delaney Post No. 70— Meets first 
and third Thursdays of each month at 
Odd Fellows' Hall, Indiana av. Robert 
B. Bagby, Commander; Charles Brown, 
Adjutant; Henry Seaton, Quartermaster. 

John F. Ruckle Post No. 165— Meets every 
Saturday evening, cor. Mass. av. and 
Bellefontaine. Thomas S. Lineger, Com- 
mander; John H. Kille, Adjutant; E. I. 
Saverage, Quartermaster. 

George H. Chapman Post No. 209— Meets 
every Saturday evening in hall 6614 E. 
Washington. A. J. Buchanan, Command- 
er; A. R. Seward, Adjutant; I. P. Ted- 
rowe. Quartermaster. 

Joseph R. Gordon Post No. 281— Meets 
every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows' 
Hall, Virginia av., near McCarty. A. C. 
Staneart, Commander; John W. Scott, 
Adjutant; M. A. Daugherty, Quartermas- 
ter. 

Major Robert Anderson Post No. 369— 
Meets Mansur Hall every Saturday night. 
Wm. H. Lester, Commander; Wm. H. 
Calvert, Adjutant; A. D. Miller, Quarter- 
master. 

Phil H. Sheridan Post No. 539— Meets Man- 
sur Hall second and fourth Friday every 
month. John C. Hamilton, Commander; 
James C. Slatery, Adjutant; C. S. Darnell, 
Quartermaster. 

Alvin P. Hovey Post No. 559, West Indian- 
apolis — Meets every Thursday evening 
at Spencer Hall, West Indianapolis. 
Abner D. Crull, Commander; Henry 
Hagerdorn, Quartermaster. 

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLU- 
TION. 

Headquarters— 602 Lemcke bldg. S. B. 
Brown, M. D., Pres., Fort Wayne; 
Charles W. Moores, Sec. 



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SECRET AND BENEVOLENT ORGANIZATIONS. 



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REV- 
OLUTION. 
Chapter Regrent— Mrs. Charles P. Sayles. 
CaroUne Scott Harrison Chapter— Mrs. E. S. 
Perkins. Sec. 

WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS. 

National Headquarters — Room 41 When 
bldg. Mrs. Agnes Hitt, National Pres.; 
Mrs. Ida S. McBride. National Sec. 

Major Robert Anderson Corps No. 44 — -Meets 
afternoon of tirst and third Mondays of 
each month at Mansur Hall. Mrs. Jtilia 
Tincher. Pres. 

Phil H. Sheridan Corps No. 16S— Meets 
Wednesday afternoons at Mansur Hall. 
Mrs. Louisa Byrkit Pres. 

George H. Chapman Corps No. 10— Meets 
Tuesdays at UCi-. E. Washington. Mrs. 
Mollie Post. Pres. 

Joseph R. Gordon Corps No. 43 — Meets the 
first and third Wednesday afternoons of 
each month in Odd Fellows" Hall. Vii- 
ginia av. Mrs. Dosia Dougherty. Pres. 

John F. Ruckle Corps No. 40 — Meets every 
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Belle- 
fontaine Hall. Mrs. Laura Merritt. Pres. 

George H. Thomas Corps No. 20— Meets aft- 
ernoons first and third Tuesdays of each 
month at G. A. R. Hall, cor. Court and 
Delaware. Mrs. Margaret Sulgrove, Pres. 

Martin R. Delaney Corps No. 118 (colored) — 
Meets at 1S4 Indiana av. Rosa Hamonds, 
Pres. 

Alvin P. Hovey Corps No. 196 — Meets second 
and fourth Wednesday afternoons of 
every month at G. A. R. Hall. West In- 
dianapolis. Miss Augusta Hagedorn. Pres. 

HEBREW SOCIETIES. 
Independent Order B'nai Brith. 

Abraham Lodge No. 58 — Meets first and 
third Sunday evenings of each month in 
Hebrew Temple. I. N. Helms, Pres. ; A. 
Weiler, Treas. : Robert Stern, Sec. 

Esther Lodge No. 323 — Meets second and 
fourth Sunday evenings in each month at 
Americus Club Rooms. Isadore Feible- 
man, Pres, ; Louis Efroymson, Sec. 

Order Kesher Shal Barsel. 
Indianapolis Lodge No. 149 — Meets second 
and fourth Sunday afternoons at Hebrew 
Temple. Ed Ducas, Sec. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF HEPTASOPHS. 

Indianapolis Conclave No. .347 — Meets first 
and third Wednesdays of each montli in 
Iron Hall bidg. N. G. Smith. Archon; 
Bert A. Boyd, Sec. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Hall in Griffith blk, 861/2 W. Washington. 

Great Council Improved Order of Red 
Men — Annual session third Tuesday in 
October. Charles R. McLeland, Madison, 
Ind.. G. S. ; Thomas G. Harrison, G. C. 
of R. 

Comanche Tribe No. 128— Meets Tuesday 
nights in Red Men's Hall (W. I.) David 
Allen, C. of R. 

Hiawatha Tribe No. 7.5 — Meets every Tues- 
day evening in Red Men's Hall. R. E. 
Hopkins, C. of R. 

Minnewa Tribe No. 38 — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening in Red Men's Hall. Henry 
Wirtz, C. of R.; George Miller, S. 

Newasa Tribe No. 190— Meets every Tuesday 
fvening at Bellefontaine Hall. Frank G. 
Castor, C. of R. 

Polmete Tribe No. 17 (German)— Meetf? ev- 
t-ry Monday i-venlng at 124 E. Maryland. 
Herman Schlender, C. of R. 

Red Cloud Tribe No. 18 — Meets every 
Wednesday evening in Red Men's Hall. 
Edward Moriarty, Sachem, Wm. Buehrig, 
C. of R. 

Tish-i-Mingo Tribe No. 210— Meets every 
Wednesday evening. S. A. Ogle, C. of R. 



Wichita Tribe No. 139 (H.)— Meets every 
Wednesday evening in Red Men's Hall, 
Haughville. Charles F. White, C. of R. 

D. OF P. 

Great Council Degree of Pocahontas— 60 
Fletcher av. Hattie M. Hopkins, G. K. 
of R. 

Alfarata Council No. 5 — Meets first and 
third Friday night of each month at 
Red Men's Hall. Hattie M. Hopkins, 
K. of R. 

Comanche Council No. 47 — Meets every Fri- 
day night at K. P. Hall, W'est Indian- 
apolis. Katie Tinsley, K. of R. 

Kolola Council No. 70 — Meets every Wednes- 
day night, at I. O. O. F. Hall. West In- 
dianapolis. Nellie Colvin. K. of R. 

Mineola Council No. 31 — Meets second and 
fourth Friday night of every month at 
Red Men's Hall. Mabel Teague, K. of R. 

Winema Council No. 88- Meets every Sat- 
urday night at I. O. O. F. Hall. Bright- 
wood. Daisj' Partlow, K. of R. 

UNITED ORDER GOLDEN CROSS. 

Capital Commandery No. 46(5 — Meets over 34 
W. Washington second and fourth Mon- 
day evenings of each month. C. A. White, 
Noble Commander; Mrs. C. V. Bell. Keep- 
er of Records. 

Acme Commandery No. 537 — Meets Wednes- 
day nights at Flaskamp's Hall. E. A. 
Cole, N. C. : Mrs. Ellen M. Wimmer, -K. 
of R. and S. 

Star Commandery No. 586 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening in Mansur Hall. George 
M. Duncan. Noble Commander; Jennie 
Matthews. Keeper of RecoVds. 

Independent Commandery No. 611 — Meets 
every Thursday night at 36114 Virginia av. 
Ora Overhizer, K. of R. and S. 

KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR. 

Supreme Lodge Officers — Meets biennially 
second Tuesday in September. C. W. 
Harvey, Supreme Sec. ; C. F. Dudley, 
Supreme Treas.. 624 Lemcke bldg. 

Grand Lodge of Indiana — Meets first Tues- 
day in October. George F. Lawrence, 
North Vernon, Ind.. G. P.: A. S. Lane, 
G. S. 

Compton Lodge No. 1137— Meets every 
Wednesday evening in Iron Hall bldg. 
Mary E. Weber. Sec. 

Elizabeth Lodge No. 498 (German)— Meets 
every Friday evening at 124 E. Maryland. 
Charles G. Coulon, Sec. 

Ethel Lodge No. 1936— Meets every Tuesday 
at Brightwood. 

Garland Lodge No. 2010— Meets every Fri- 
day at cor. 8th and Hillside av. in Flas- 
kamp's Hall. Jessie Prosser. Sec. 

Hope Lodge No. (5 — Meets Mansur Hall 
every Wednesday evening. Mrs. M. H. 
Greenwood, Sec. 

Indianapolis Lodge No. 1900— Meets every 
Thursday at Moh's Hall. Wm. Trefz, 
Sec. 

Martha Lodge No. 236 (German)— Meets 
every Tuesday evening in hall, 371^ S. 
Delaware. Adolph Wald. Sec. 

Olive Branch No. 1868— Meets every Friday 
at New Hall. J. S. Thomas, Sec. 

Phoenix Lodge No. 1.337— Meets Van Sickle 
Hall every Tuesday evening. John E. 
Morris. Sec. 

Washington Lodge No. 1.352— Meets every 
Monday evening, cor. Senate av. and Ver- 
mont. 

Pleasant Lodge No. 13.38— Meets K. of H. 
Hall. Brightwood. A. L. Huff, Sec. 

Gage Lodge No. 1163— Meets Mansur Hall 
second and fourth Mondays each month. 
Emma Boyd, Sec. , 



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MILITARY ORDER LOYAL LEGION 
U. S. 

Headquarters 41 When bidg. Commander 
Gen. Lew Wallace; Bvt. Col. Z. A. Smith, 
Recorder. Meets second Friday in Feb- 
ruary, May, October and December. 

KNIGHTS OF THE ANCIENT ESSENIC 
ORDER. 

Indianapolis Senate — Hugh S. Byrkit, Sec. 
Meets 66% E. Washington Wednesday 
evenings. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

Supreme Lodge — Meets in May annually, 
next meeting in St. Louis, Mo. B. F. Nel- 
son, Supreme Sec. 

Grand Lodge — Meets the last Tuesday in 
February, bienniallj', Jeffersonville, Ind. 
J. W. Jacobs, Sec. 

Eureka Lodge No. 24 — Meets every Friday 
evening, 60 E. Market. 

Germania Lodge No. 2634— Meets 271/2 S. 
Delaware every Thursday. Albert Groen- 
woldt. Sec. 

Schiller Lodge No. 40 — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening-, Druid Hall, E. Maryland. 
Gustav Thau, Pres.; Fred Weiffenbach, 
Sec. 

Victoria Lodge No. 22— Meets every Monday 
evening. Red Men's Hall. H. T. Sinks, 
Dictator; J. W. Hosman, Reporter. 

KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES. 

Indianapolis Tent No. 35 — Meets in Druid 
Hall, 39 N. Illinois, every Wednesday 
evening. C. W. Baird, Condr. ; J. S. 
Dougherty, Record Keeper. 

LADIES OF THE MACCABEES. 

Indianapolis Hive No. 1 — Meets every Tues- 
day afternoon in Iron Hall bldg. Frances 
Graham, L. C. ; Norah Worden, L. R. K. 

NATIONAL UNION. 
Meridian Council No. 155 — Meets first and 

third Friday of each month at Iron Hall 

bldg. C. J. Droege, Sec; Charles E. 

Kershner, Treas. 
Indianapolis R. R. Council No. 690— W. F. 

Goltra, Pres.; W. F. Fox. Rec. Sec; H. 

L. Peck, Fin. Sec; Ed Graham, Treas. 

Meets second and fourth Friday nights in 

each month at Iron Hall bldg. 
Hoosier Council No. 700 — Ezra Eaton, Pres. ; 

H. H. Hadley, Rec. Sec; W. L. Hereth, 

Fin. Sec. Meets second and fourth 

Wednesday nights in each month at Iron 

Hall bldg. 

CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA. 
Branch No. 80— Meets at Sacred Heart 

Church first and third Monday every 

month. 
•Branch No. 563— Meets at St. Patrick's Hall 

second and fourth Sunday every month. 

KNIGHTS OF FATHER MATHEW. 
Bessonies Commandery No. 3— Meets every 
Sunday at 2 p. m. at n. e. cor. Georgia 
and Capitol av. J. V. Scanlan, C. S. K. 

KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN OP NORTH 

AMERICA. 

Fourth District Commandery— Meets cor. 

Georgia and Capitol av. W. A. Kreber, 

Colonel; W. T. McHugh. Adjutant. 
St. John's Commandery No. 175— Meets n. 

e. cor. Georgia and Capitol av. John 

F. Lavery, Sec. 
St. Joseph's Commandery No. 191— Meets 

St. Joseph's Hall. John H. Reddington. 

Sec 
St. George's Commanders' No. 192— Meets 

cor. Union and Palmer. Oscar Wuensch, 

Capt. 
St. Francis De Sale's Commandery No. 273— 

Meets at Brightwood. P. S. Lavelle, Sec. 



YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE. 

Brownson Council No. 272— Meets at St. 
Joseph's Hall second and fourth Fridays 
of every month. J. H. Spellmire, Sec. 

Weber Council No. 274— Meets at Wulf's 
Hall, West Indianapolis, John Britz, Sec. 

Capitol Council No. 276— Meets at St. Pat- 
rick's Hall first and third Mondays of 
every month. 

Wayne Council No. 2SS— Meets at Reading 
Room, Haughville; Anthony Gallagher. 
Sec 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FOREST- 
ERS. 

Court Indianapolis 1820— Meets every fourth 
Friday night at northeast cor. Mass. av. 
and New York. Wm. M. Blythe, H. C. D. 

Court Oak No. 1149— Meets at 36i/2 E. Wash- 
ington. 

ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS. 

Supreme Council— Meets third Monday in 
September, 1897. Office, 53 and 54 Commer- 
cial Club bldg. 

Grand Council— Meets third Wednesday in 
March, 1897. E. A. Campbell, G. C. ; W. 
S. Lockman, G. R. Oflice, 34 N. Delaware. 

Alpha Council No. 1— Meets every Thursday 
evening in True Friends' Hall, southwest 
cor. New York and Alabama. R. L. Mar- 
rer. Councilor. 

Crescent Council No. 8— Meets every 
Wednesday evening, southwest cor. New 
York and Alabama. W. A. Early, Sec, 
1025 W. Washington. 

Delta Council No. 2— Meets every Saturday 
evening in Equity Hall. John W. Byrkit, 
Sec, 11 Edwards (W I). 

True Friend Council No. 23— Meets Tues- 
day evenings, southwest cor. New York 
and Alabama. A. Thompson, Councilor; 
Charles Jordan, Sec. 

Union Council No. 15— Meets every Friday 
evening in K. of H. Hall, Brightwood. 
John Bradshaw, Sec. Brightwood. 

Universal Council No. 28- Meets every Sun- 
day afternoon at 3 o'clock, southwest cor. 
New York and Alabama. C. B. Feible- 
man, Councilor; M. Emden, Sec, 257 N. 
Liberty. 

Venus Council No. 7— Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 621/2 S. Illinois. F. H. Pillet, 
Sec, 55 Commercial Club bldg. 

ORDER OF EQUITY. 
Supreme Council. 

Supreme Sec. Office, Suite 7, I561/2 E. Wash- 
ington street. Biennial session first Tues- 
day in October. Officers of the Supreme 
Council 1893-1897- Charles R. Jones, Su- 
preme Councilor; Frank Bowers, Su- 
preme V. C. ; Wm. F. Lander, Supreme 
Sec; Granville S. Wright, Supreme 
Treas.; James H. Taylor, M. D., Supreme 
Med. Dr.; J. H. Blair, Supreme Adjuster; 
Mrs. Emma J. Lander, Supreme Chaplain; 
J. H. Chamberlain, of Frankfort, Ind.. Su- 
preme Marshal; Mrs. A. B. Copeland, of 
Logansport, Supreme Guardian; E. A. Fa- 
cer, of Chicago, 111., Supreme Sentry. 

Supreme Trustees — James C. Dickson, 
Chairman; Fred A. Lander, Sec, John 
Moore. 

Committee on Laws and Supervision — 
Frank Bowers. George O. Lemming, Chi- 
cago, 111.; Hon. J. B.Cheadle, Frankfort, 
Ind. 

Committee on Finance and Accounts — Wm. 
A. Ball, Chicago, 111.; J. H. Chamberlain. 
Frankfort, Ind.; J. A. Swartzel, M. D., 
Vincennes, Ind. 

SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 

Officers elected annually in December. 

Indianapolis Council No. 1 — Meets second 
and fourth Monday evenings, 30 Monu- 
ment pi. Fred A. Lander, Sec 

Equitas Council No. 2 — Meets first and 
third Mondays. J. C. Ruckelhaus, Sec 



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SECRET AND BENEVOLENT ORGANIZATIONS. 



Taylor Council No. 3 — Meets first and third 
Friday evenings at 30 Monument pi. J. 
H. Orndorft". Sec. 

South Side Council No. i — Meets first and 
third Mondays at 30 Monument pi. Earl 
Colden. Councilor: D. K. Partlow, Sec; 
Charles R. Jones. Treas. 

Hoosier Council No. 20.^Meets first and 
third Tuesdays in each month at 30 
Monument pi. Mrs. Sarah M. Frank. 
Sec. 

ORDER OF MIZPAH. 

Supreme Lodare — IIU N. Meridian. Carlisle 
Gatewood. Supreme Sec. : T. B. Payton, 
Supreme Pres. : A. Alcorn, Supreme 
Treas. Meets every five years. 

Oak Lodge No. 2— Meets every second and 
fourth Monday nights at Iron Hall bldg, 
Monument pi. J. W. Haughey, Sec. 
ORDER OF GOLDEN CHAIN. 

Hoosier Lodge No. 17 — Meets second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings in each 
month at 110 English av. W. A. Rhodes, 
Commander; Milton H. Daniel, Sec. and 
Treas. 

ORDER SONS OF ST. GEORGE. 

Mayflower Lodge No. 324— Meets at 361-2 E. 
Washington every Wednesday evening. 
Joseph Laycock, Pres.; Samuel Morgan, 
Sec. 

PATRIOTIC ORDER SONS OF AMERICA. 

Washington Camp No. 5— Meets every Fri- 
day evening, 92U E. Washington. 

Oriental League Supreme Council — Meets 
SSiA E. Washington. 



ROYAL ARCANUM. 

Grand Council — Meets first Thursday in 
April. 1S97, at Indianapolis, Ind. J. F. 
Elder, Grand Regent. Richmond, Ind.; 
Edward E. Schroer, Grand Sec, 43 Thorpe 
blk.. Indianapolis, Ind.; N. S. Byram, 
Grand Treas., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Indiana Council No. 128 — Meets every second 
and fourth Monday evenings each month 
in Griffith blk. B. H. Eldridge. Regent; 
J. A. Ehrensperger, Sec. 

Indianapolis Council No. 32S — Meets every 
second and fourth Tuesday evenings each 
month in Royal Arcanum Hall. cor. Illi- 
nois and 7th. Edward E. Schroer, Regent: 
A. B. Clark, Sec. 

Hoosier Council No. 394 — Meets every second 
and fourth Monday evenings each month 
in Royal Arcanum Hall, cor. Illinois and 
7th. J. Burgess Brown, Regent; W. H. 
Webb, Sec 

Marion Council No. 399 — Meets every second 
and fourth Fridav evenings each month 
in Griffith blk. H. J. Craig, Regent; 
Frederick Poehler, Sec. 

UNION VETERAN LEGION. 

Encampment No. 80— Meets at G. A. R. Hall 
second Friday evening of each month. 
J. M. Paver, Colonel; W. B. Downey, Ad- 
jutant; A. D. Miller. Quartermaster. 

Ladies Auxiliary— Meets at G. A. R. Hall 
second Friday afternoon of each month. 
Jennie Miller, Pres. ; Lillie Gilbreath, 
Treas. ; Emma Wilson, Sec. 



Established 1879. 

INDIMMM 

Boston School of Elocution i Expression 

01= INDIMNKPOLIS. 
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 Physical and Vocal Culture, Expressive Reading and Oratory. 
Stammering and Defect.s of the Vocal Organs a specialty. A Special Course in- 
tended for Teachers, Ministers and Law Students, in Bible, Oratorical and Shake- 
sperean Studies. Essays revised. (Summer Term especially adapted to the wants 
of Teachers, Students and those unable to attend at other seasons of the year.) 

Particular attention -..riven in this school to the training of persons desirous 
of booming PUBLIC REVDKRS or STUDENTS of the DRAMATIC ART. Also 
DIALECT or CHARiCTER IMPERSONATIONS and THE ART of FEXCING. 
Pupils can enter at any time. Boston and New York Methods used and varied 
to suit individual needs. DRAMATIC CLUBS rehearsed and directed. For fur- 
ther information call on or address 

368 W. New York St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Blake Street Cars Pass the School. Mrs. Harriet Augusta Prunk, Principal. 



Additions, Removals, Etc., 

Received Too Late for Rearnljir Insertion. 



Aldrich Mary C. dancing academy. The 
Propylaeum. r 2 The Wyandot. 

Allen David E. pres Ind Spoke Co and West 
Tenn Spoke and Lumber Co, 658 N Ala- 
bama, h same. 

Allman Haman B. saloon, 67 Russell av, h 
372 S Meridian. 

AMERICAX BREAVIXG CO. Joseph C 
Sebaf Pre.s. Herman Hnliieli See, 
BreT»-ers and Bottlers, 175-197 AV 
Ohio. Tel 935. 

AMERICAN DETECTIA'E AGENCY, 
Harry C AVebster Geiil Mns'r. Rooms 
ia-15, OGio E Market (Phoenix BlU). 
(See a«lv in eiassilied Detective 
Agencies.) 

Ansley Wm W, detective American Detect- 
ive Agency, r 96V2 E Market. 

ARMSTRONG AA'M H & CO (AA'm H Arm- 
strong-). Snrgieal Instrnment Mnfrs, 
77 S Illinois. Tel 92S. 

Aydelotte Wm M, lawyer, 504 Lemcke bldg, 
b 233 N Delaware. 

Beebe Albert (Beebe & Brown), h 485 Cen- 
tral av. 

Beebe & Brown (Albert Beebe. Gilbert H 
Brown), auctioneers, 132 Commercial Club 
bldg. 

Biddle Wm S Rev. pastor California street 
M E Church, h 440 N California. 

Blackshear John J Rev, pastor Corinthian 
Baptist Church, b 42(3 W Pratt. 

Blair & Vazeille (Jesse H Blair, Etienne R 
Vazeille), lawyers, 112 Commercial Club 
bldg. 

Booth John L. mngr Elite Cafe, 120-122 S 
Illinois, h same. 

Bramwood John W, pub The Typographical 
Journal, 7 DeSoto blk, h 271 W Michigan. 

Bridges Charles W, real est, 202 Lemcke 
bldg. h 442 Ash. 

Brown Gilbert H (Beebe & Brown), h s e 
cor N New Jersey and llth. 

Bryan David C, investment banker, pres 
Union Construction Co and Indiana Land 
Co, 236 Lemcke bldg, h 18 W North. 

Bullock Henry W, h 454 N California. 

Bullock Jesse B, h 454 N California. 

Callen Frank J, pub, 83 E Court, h 24 Mc- 
Kim av. 

Carter Fletcher, architect. 427 Lemcke bldg, 
b 473 Central av. 

Central Iron Works, Quincy. Ill, passenger 
and freight elevator mnfrs. James M 
Woods representative, 221-222 Lemcke 
bldg. 

CENTRA I., i,0.\> CO. Anson B \Viltse 
Mn^r, Rooms 7-M Talliott Blk. 

Chapman Wm, jailer Marion County Jail, h 

279 Douglass. 
Clark Edmund D, phys, 22 E Ohio, and 

City Sanitarian, 10 Court House, h 401 N 

East. 
Clarke Wm B, phys, 645 N Senate av, h 

same. 
Coleman Henry, saloon, 723 N Senate av, h 

same. 
Conlen Patrick, pawnbroker and jeweler. 14 

Pembroke Arcade, h 246 Excelsior av. 



Dedmon James E, phys, 327-329 The Shiel, h 
same. 

Dreher Mathias, r 127 E Washington. 

Edson Hanford A Rev. h 442 N Penn. 

Elliott Larkin V, tel mnfr, 690 N (7apitol av, 
h same. 

Epworth League Headquarters, 19 Pem- 
broke Arcade. 

Falender Julius, saloon, .300 S Illinois, b 126 
Maple. 

Fitzgerald & Ruckelshaus (Frank N Fitz- 
gerald, John C Ruckelshaus), lawyers, 
37-40 Journal bldg. 

Fox Oliver A, shoes, 68 E Washington, res 
Chicago. 111. 

Garver John J, phys, 14 W Ohio, h 888 N 
Penn. 

Gee Harry F, trav agt Simmons Hardware 
Co, S3 Baldwin blk. 

Habich Herman, sec American Brewing 
Co. h 269 N California. 

Hannemann Albert, livery, rear 137 E Pratt, 
h 329 N Alabama. 

Harger Frank D, sec Meridian Life aad 
Trust Co, res Columbus, Ind. 

Harrod Joel E. dressmkr, 9 Pembroke Ar- 
cade, h 14 Temple av. 

Holtzman John W (Holtzman & Leathers), 
h 33 The Blache^rne. 

Imperial Savings and Loan Assn. 719 
Lemcke bldg. 

INDIANAPOLIS COLLECTING AND RE- 
PORTING AGENCA", John C Rnckel- 
sha.ns Pres, Frank N FitsKger;!!*! Sec 
and Treas, 39-40 Jonrn;>l Bnilding". 
(See adv opi) p 4S5.) 

Indiana Spoke Co, David E Allen pres, 638 
N Alabama. 

Jameson Walter (The Webb- Jameson Co), 
h 164 John. 

Kelsey Preston, h 481 N Penn. 

Lasby Charles C Rev, pastor Central Av- 
enue M E Church, h 365 College av. 

LITTLE FOLKS PIBLISHING CO, 
Charles A Suffrins Slngr, Pnblishers 
Little Folks, 5, 42 AA^ Market. 

McGroarty Cornelius, supt Marion County 
Workhouse. 

McPherson Wm R, architect, 26 Warman 
av (H). b same. 

Millner James W, restaurant, 35 E Market, 
h 95 W Vermont. 

Pich Alfred, h 424 Union. 

Prather Benjamin H. h 136 E North. 

Suffrins Charles A. mngr Little Folks Pub- 
lishing Co, h 36 Greer. 

Swain George B, sign painter, 21 S Me- 
ridian, b Sherman House. 

Sweetland Henry, transfer, 42 E Maryland, 
h 2.34 W 5th. 

Taylor Charles P, dep U S Marshal, b 187 
Broadway. 

Tilton Harry W, salesman, h 139 N Me- 
ridian. }, 

Stuart Romus F, lawyer, 202 Lemcke bldg, 
h 172 Huron. 

Womack Mansfield F Rev, pastor Second 
Christian Church, b 220 W 4th. 



R. L POLK & CO.'S 

Indianapolis City Directory. 



1897. 



^^]B:BI«E^^VIA.Tr01VS 



acct — accountant. 

adv— advertlsemeint. 

agt— agent 

al— alley. 

asst— assistant. 

assn— association. 

av — avenue. 

b — boards. 

(B)— BrigMwood. 

blksmith— black- 
smith. 

bet— between. 

bidg— building. 

blk— block. 

bkkpr — bookkeeper. 

cabtmkr — cabinet 
maker. 

carp — carpenter. 

car rep— car repairer. 

tashr — cashier. 

civ engr — civil engi- 
neer. 

elk— clerk. 

coUr— collector. 

com mer — commis- 
sion merchant. 

confr — confectioner. 

condr— conductor. 

contr — contractor. 

cor— corner. 



(C R)— Clifton on the 
River. 

dep— deputy. 

dept — department. 

e— east. 

(E)— Emrichville. 

engr — engineer. 

e s — east side. 

furngs — furnishings. 

h — house. 

(H)— Haughville. 

(I)— Ii-vington. 

Indpls — Indianapolis 

ins — insurance. 

insp — inspector. 

lab — laborer. 

la— lane. 

lithog— lithographer. 

mach — machinist. 

mach hd — machine 
hand. 

(M)— Mapleton. 

(M J)— Mount Jack- 
son. 

CM P)— Marion Park. 

mkr — maker. 

mnfg — manufactur- 
ing. 

mnfr — manufactur- 



mngr — manager. 

Mass av — Massachu- 
setts avenue. 

(N I)— North Indian- 
apolis. 

n— north. 

nr— near. 

n e — northeast. 

n s — north side. 

n w — northwest. 

opp — opposite. 

opr — operator. 

Penn— Pennsylvania 

photog— photogra- 
pher. 

phys — physician. 

pk — park. 

pi — place. 

plastr — plasterer. 

P O— Postofflce. 

pres — president. 

prin — principal. 

propr— proprietor. 

pub — publisher. 

r — ^rooms. 

rd — road. 

real est — real estate. 

Rev — Reverend. 

R M S — railway mail 
service. 



(S)— Stratford. 

(S I)— South Indian- 
apolis. 

solr — solicitor. 

s — south. 

s e— southeast. 

s s — southside. 

s w — southwest. 

sec — secretary. 

stenog— stenogra- 
pher. 

supt — superintend- 
ent. 

tel— telegraph or tel- 
ephone. 

tmstr — teamster. 

trav — traveling. 

treris — treasurer. 

uphlr — upholsterer. 

vet surg— veterinary 
surgeon. 

w — west. 

(W)— Woodside. 

(W I)— West Indian- 
apolis. 

(W P)— "Woodruff 
Place. 

whol— wholesale. 

wid— widow. 

w s — west side. 



C C C & St L Ry (Big Four) Cleveland, Cincinnati. Chicago & St. Louis 

C H & D R R Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton 

I C R R Illinois Central 

I D & W Ry Indiana, Decatur & Western 

I U Ry Co Indianapolis Union Railway Co 

I & V Ry Indianapolis & Vincennes 

J M & I R R (Penna Lines) Jeffersonville, Madison & Indianapolis 

L E & W R R Lake Erie & Western 

L N A & C Ry (Monon) Louisville, New Albany & Chicago 

N P Ry Co Northern Pacific 

Penna Lines Pennsylvania Lines 

P & B Ry (Big Four) Peoria & Eastern 

P C C & St L Rv (Pan Handle) Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis 

T H & I R R (Vandalia Line) Terre Haute & Indianapolis 

For additions and remoyals, see opposite page. 



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INDIANAPOLIS DIEECTORY. 



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139 



Aaron Mark, trav agt, b Circle Park Hotel. 
Abbett Archibald, h 282 S East. 
Abbett Caroline fwid John B), h 553 Shelby. 
Abbett Charles H, phys, Sl^/. Virginia av, 

h 82 W Vermont. 
Abbett Ernest L, bill elk C C C & St L Ry, 

b 82 W Vermont. 
Abbett Francis M, phys, 15% Virginia av, 

r 227 The Shiel. 
Abbett George W, elk, b 896 S Meridian. 
Abbett John A, elk County Recorder, h 81 

Woodburn av (W I). 
Abbett John W, h 199 Bright. 
Abbett Joseph S, tmstr, b 896 S Meridian. 



Abbett Oliver H P Rev, h 277 S New Jersey. 

Abbett Wm H, contr, 896 S Meridian, h 
same. 

Abbitt Ora J. lab, b 368 W Maryland. 

Abbitt Margaret M (wid Louis), h 368 W 
Marvland. 

Abbitt Wm H, lab, b 36S W Maryland. 

Abbott Adam, tmstr, b rear 117 Minerva. 

Abbott Albert L, phys, 252 Bright, h same. 

Abbott Alexis, lab, h 94 Bloomington. 

Abbott Catherine E (wid Wm W), b 326 W 
1st. 

Abbott Delia (wid Wm F), h 298 W Mary- 
land. 



BUSINESS EDUGHTION H NECESSITY. 

TIME SHORT. DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL. 

SUCCESS CERTAIN AT THE PERMANENT. RELIABLE 

10 



B Indianapolis \# 
USINESS UNIVERSITT 



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HENRY R. WORTHINGTON 



JET and SURFACE CONDENSERS 

64 S. PENN. ST. 

Long Distance Telephone 284. 



ABB 



HORACE M. HADLEY 

INSURANCE AND 
LOANS 

66 E. Market Street, Basement 



TELEPHONE 1540. 

(wid Isaac), b 50 Rhode 



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J ^ to 

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O ■< ^ Abbott Diana 
s ,-» ui Island. 
a S 5F Abbott Ji;ii, carp, li e s Bradley 4 n of Ohio, 
w 3 rt Abbott George, vault cleaner, h 171 S Ala- 
O O bam a. 

^ 00 ? Abbott Georg-e L, b 702 Park. 
* fO ?: Abbott Gertrude (wid Frank H), r 271/0 Vir- 
5 -^ y ginia. 

"-' . u Abbott James W, lab, h 575 W Michigan. 
52 Z. Abbott John, butcher, b 13 Shan:>e. 
O Abbott John E, barber, h 473 Charles. 
^ Abbott John W, foreman, h 33 Carson. 
Abbott John W, lab, h 50 Rhode Island. 
'■^'t^^ Abdon John, lab, b 57 Elm. 

Abeck Catherina (wid Bernard), h 40 Ari- 
zona. 
Abel, see also Apel and Ebel. 
Abel Alexander, lab, li 344 W North. 
Abel Alice (wid John), b 74 Dugdale. 

QAbel Edward W, molder, h 65 Smith. 
Abel Frederick H, boilermkr, b 258 Lafay- 
i-y ette av. 

^ . Abel Henry (Abel & Doyle), h 401 E New 
^Z^ York. 

" ) Abel John T, barber, r 26 Grand Opera 
*^ House blk. 

.^T Abel Mark M, elk, b 545 N Alabama. 
^^ «. Abel Wm, lab, h 142 Patterson. 



INDIANAPOLIS DIRECTORY. 



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ABEL, & DOYLE (Henry Abel, Frank 
J Doyle), Tin, Copiier and Sheet Iron 
AVorks; also Fnrnaces, 31 Intliana 
av. (See adv i» 5.) 

Aber Darius, lab, h 249 Alvord. 

Aber Eva. dressmkr, b 249 Alvord. 

Abercrombie Wm H, lab, b 11 Geneva. 

Abernalhey Almon, caiT>, h 81 W Walnut. 

Abernathey Martha (wid Josiah), b 81 W 
Walnut. 

Abernathey Richard, carp, h 141 N Ala- 
bama. 

Abernathy Justus, plastr, 29 Palmer, h 
same. 



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n^ S Abernethy George, lab, h 200 W Ray. 
T*^ Q Abner John V, painter, h 656 S Illinois. 



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AVmey James W, stairbldr, h 29 Alvord. 
Aliraham Albert J, lab. b 181 English av. 
Ilj Abraham August, lab, h 16 Arthur. 
Abraham Henry, lab, h 16 Arthur. 



COL-LECTIONS 



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MERCHANTS' AND 

MANUFACTURERS' 

Will give you good service. EXCH AN G E 

J. E. TAKKEN, Hanager, 

I Union Building, over U. S. Pen.sion Office. 

73 West Maryland Street. 



Abraham Herman L, h 181 English av. 
Abraham John B (Abraham & Pein), h 

SS7 N Senate av. 
Abraham Wm, lab, h 12 Arizona. 

ABRAHAM & PEIN, Froprs Nortli Side 
Lanndry, 51-53 W 7tli. (See adv in 
elassified Lanndx'ies.) 

Abrams Allen F, motorman, h 26 Byram pi. 
Abrams Benjamin F, carp, h 464 W Eugene 

(N I). 
Abrams Chester, porter, b 313 W North. 
Abrams George, lab, b 27 Hosbrook. 
Abrams John T, painter, b 437 N Senate 

av. 
Abrams Lee, cook, r 18 S Senate av. 
Abrams Lorenzo D, carp, h 437 N Senate 

av. 
Abrams Max, tailor, h 15 Mulberry. 
Abrams Milton, engr, h 91 Ash. 
Abrams Nelson, lab, h 1476 Schurmann av 

fN I). 
Abrams Perry A, blksmith. h 285 S Penn. 
Abright Charles F, wagonmkr, 211 W Ver- 
mont, h 1100 N Meridian. 
Abright Lena (wid August), h n s Grand 

View av, n end Germania av (H). 
Abright Katherina. notions, 139 E Mkt 

House, h 1100 N Meridian. 
Abromet Annie L, bkkpr State Life Ins 

Co. b 488 N Illinois. 
Abromet Elizabeth (wid Adolphus) h 488 N 

Illinois. 
Abromet John C, trav agt, b 488 N Illinois. 
Abromet Lizzie C, bkkpr State Life Ins Co, 

b 488 N Illinois. 
Abstine Israel, clothing, 239 E Washington, 

h same. 
Abstome Wm, janitor, h 207 Alvord. 
Achenbach Sadie C, dressmkr, 66 W New 

York, h same. 
Achey Louis, lab, 327 W Market. 
Achey Mary, h 327 TV Market. 
Achgill Andrew F, driver, h 165 Prospect. 
Ackelow Herman, saloon, 269 Hadley av 

(W I), h same. 
Acker, see also Aker. 
Acker Joseph, brewer, h 72 High. 
Acker Peter, painter, r 131i/^ E Washington. 
Ackerman Frank, lab, b rear 512 S West. 
Ackerman Frederick, salesman, h 726 N 

Capitol av. 
Ackerman Howard U, trav agt, h 558 W 

22d (N I). 
Ackerman John J, printer, b rear 179 N 

California. 
Ackerman Kate, h rear 512 S West. 
Ackermann Andreas, h w s Belmont av 2 n 

of Morris (W I). 
Acklin Samuel J, elk Stockton, Gillespie & 

Co, h 43 S McLain (W I). 
Ackman Andrew, carp, b 125 E Washing- 
ton. 
Ackmann Charles W, elk Levey Bros, h 

63 Wyoming. 
Ackworth James H, fireman, h 27 N Sta- 
tion (B). 
ACME CLOAK AND SUIT CO, H L. 

WoelsB Mngr, 6 Indiana av. 
Acme Milling Co, Daniel C Robinson pres, 

Harvey Mullins sec and treas, 352 W 

Washington. 
Acme Oil Co, Wm H Dye mngr, 401 Lemcke 

bldg. 
ACME STEAM LAUNDRY, Mead & 

AdaniN Proprs, Office 13 N Illinois; 

Tel GOG; Works s w cor Gtli and C C 

C & St L, Ry. 



CLEMENS VONNEGUT 

1S4, ISe mnd 19SS K« Wasblnvton St. 



PqiLDERS' H/IRDW/IRE, 

Bnildii Paper. Duplex Joist Hanprs 



THE WM. H. BLOCK CO. t °^.y„/?°°?«' 



7 AND 9 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. 



DRAPERIES. RUGS. 
WINDOW SHADES. 



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INDIANAPOLIS DIKECTOEY. 



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141 



Adail Elmer O, switchman, b 160 W Mary- 
land. 

Adair Charles A, condr, h 131 Yandes. 

Adair Horace, barber, 216 W Washington, 
h same. 

Adair Samuel S, carp, h 55 Columbia av. 

Adair Wm, carp, h 75 Louise. 

Adair Wm E, lab, h 333 Jackson. 

Adair Wm S, condr, b w s Union 2 s of 
Washington (M J). 

Adam Charles H, chief elk City Comptrol- 
ler, h 326 Orang-e. 

Adam Charlotte (wid Charles), b S5 War- 
ren av (W I). 

ADAM HERMAN F, Dealer in Fine Im- 
ported, Clear Havana and Domestic 
Cigars. Smokers' Articles. Etc, 15 N 
Illinois, li 345 Union. 

ADAM LOUIS, Mercliaait Tailor, 17 Vir- 
ginia av, Ii 260 S East. 

Adam Louis G. trav agt, b 529 Ash. 
Adam Philip, car rep, h 93 Decatur. 
Adam Rachel H (wid Francis), b 681 N 

Capitol av. 
Adam Wm A, elk, b 311 S Bast. 
Adam Wm C, special police Merchants' 

Nat'l Bank, h 311 S East. 

ADAMANT WALL PLASTER CO OF IN- 
DIAIVA. Alexander M Archer Pres, 
Martin T Olir Vice-Pres, Harry M Olir 
Sec and Treas. Charles G Root Genl 
Mngr, Office and Factory cor Phipi)s 
and J M & I R R; Tel 1513. 

Adams Albert, driver, r 502i/^ E Washington. 

Adams Alexander (Adams & Son), r 239 W 
Pearl. 

Adams Alonzo G, actor, b 23 Ludlow av. 

Adams Anna E (wid Wm D), h 52 Hos- 
brook. 

Adams Benjamin, lab, r 154 N Belmont av 
(H). 

Adams Bert B (Mead & Adams), gents fur- 
nishings, 13 N Illinois, h 765 N Alabama. 

ADAMS BRICK CO THE (Capacity 
50,000 pel" day), Jnstns C Adams Pres, 
Fred B Adams Sec. Rohert Davis 
Snpt, Office 2 Bnilders' Exchange, 35 
E Ohio; Tel 535; Yards Le Grande av 
e of Shelhy and Boyd and Finley av 
s e of Shelhy pike; Tel SS4. 

Adams Charles, molder, h 182 S Judge 
Harding (W I). 

Adams Charles O, lab, b 731 S East. 

Adams Charles S. cooper, h 4581^ W New 
York. 

Adams Charles W. painter, b 7 Peru av. 

Adams Clay F, saloon, 187 W 3d, h 160 
Howard. 

Adams Clifford C, lab, b 16 Haugh (H). 

Adams Clyde A, hostler, b 222 E Court. 

ADAMS C F CO, Edward E "Wiley Mngr, 
Installment Goods, 93 IV Illinois. 

Adams David, lab, b 178% Indiana av. 
Adams Douglass, car rep, h 56 N Station 

(B). 
Adams Edith, asst Public Library, b 211 

Park av. 
Adams Edward S, elk, b 40 Fletcher av. 
Adams Eleanor E, teacher Public School 

No 25, b s s Bethel av 3 e of Zwingley. 
Adams Eli S, molder, h 59 Sheffield (W I). 
Adams Elizabeth B (wid Kneeland T), b 211 

Park av. 
Adams Estella A, teacher Public School No 

6, b 98 Cypress. 




Adams Ewing, lab, b s s Bethel av 3 e of j 
Zwingley. 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO, John J Hender- 
son Agt, 25 S Meridian, Tel lOl; and 
147 S Meridian, Tel 332. 

Adams Fay J, elk, b 16 Arch. 

Adams Ferdinand L, broker, h 317 Ash. 

Adams Foster T, butcher, b 26 N Station 

(B). 
Adams Frank, elk The Adams Brick Co, 

h 58 Park av. 
Adams Frank, printer, r 77% S Illinois. 
Adams Fred B, sec The Adams Brick Co, 

h 926 N New Jersey. 
Adams George, tireman, h 23 Jefferson av. 
Adams George, lab, b 20 Mill. 
Adams George F (Adams & Williamson), 

h 148 E New York. 
Adams George F. broommkr, b 16 Arch. 
Adams George N, cupola tender, h 91 

Minerva. 
Adams George W, carp, h 731 S East. 
Adams George W, cooper, h 458 W New' 

York. 
Adams George W, driver, h 21 Yandes. 
Adams Hannah C (wid David M), b 1033 N 

New Jersey. 
Adams Harry, lab, b 19 Oxford. 
Adams Harry M, boilermkr, h 2 E Suther- 
land (B). 
Adams Harvey A (J D Adams & Co), res 

Rockville, Ind. 
ADAMS HENRY C, Propr St Paul Quar- 
ries and Agt Warren-Scharf Asphalt! 

Paving Co, 6 Builders' Exchange; 

Tel 970, h 633 N Alahama. 
Adams Henry C jr, elk, h 622 N Alabama. 
Adams Henry C, b 160 Howard. 
Adams Henry L, collr, h 16 Arch. 
Adams Horace F, mngr, b 939 N Penn. 
ADAMS H ALDEN, Physician (Eye, Ear 

and Nose), 21-23 W Ohio, h 311 Park 

av; Tel 731. 
Adams Ira B, cabtmkr, h 633 W Eugene' 

(N I). 

Adams Isaac (Adams & Son), r 239 W Pearl. 
Adams Isaac S, painter, h 101 N Noble. 



GUIDO R. PRESSLER, 

FRESCO PAINTER 

Churches, Theaters, Public Buildings, Etc., 
A Specialty. 

Residence, No. 325 North Liberty Street. 

IlS[DI75NKF>OI-IS, IND, 



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David S. McKernan, 

Rooms 2-5 Thorpe Block. 



REAL ESTATE AND LOANS 

Money to loan on real esta^. Special inducements 

offered those having money to loan. It will 

pay you to investigate. 



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W. McWORKMAN 



FIRE SHUTTERS, 
FIRE DOORS. 
METAL CEILINGS. 



^ 



930 W. WasDington St. Tel 1118. 



Adams Isabelle N (wid Samuel), h 277 N 

Delaware. 
Adams Jam^es, carp, b 35 E South. 
Adams James B, mngr A M Eyster, h 602 

N Senate av. 
Adams James E. carp, h 68 W McCarty. 
Adams James L, mach hd, h 520 W Addison 

(N I). 
Adams James M, mach. h 56 Hazel. 
Adams Jane, dressmkr, 267 N Noble, b 

same. 
Adams Jasper H, woodcarver, h 631 W 

Eugene (N I). 
Adams Jennie, h 126 N Missouri. 
Adams Jesse N, b 277 N Delaware. 
Adams John E, trav agt, b 7 Peru av. 
Adams John H, lab, h 24 John. 
Adams John J, lab, h 43 S Belmont av (W 

I). 
Adams John M, gardener, h s s Bethel av 

3 e of Zwingley. 
Adams John Q (J Q Adams & Co), h 455 N 

Capitol av. 
Adams John Q, lab, h 19 S Stuart (B). 
Adams John T, engr, h 94 Oliver av (W I). 
Adams Joseph, ins, 40y2 Kentucky av, h 8 

Wilcox. 
Adams Joseph D (J D Adams & Co), h 10.35 

N Alabama. 

ADAMS JOSEPH R, Painter, 177 Clin- 
ton, h 891 N Penn; Tel 909. (See adv 
in classified Painters.) 

ADAMS JUSTUS C, Pres Tlie Indpls 
Board of Trade and Tlie Adams Brick 
Co, li 750 Jf Delaware; Tel 680. 

ADAMS J D & CO (Joseph D and Har- 
vey A Adams), Sevrer Pipe, Stone 
Crushers, Road Graders and Iron 
Bridges, 30 Jachson PI, opp north 
entrance to Union Station; Tel 487. 

ADA3IS J Q, & CO (John Q, Atlams), 
Honse and Safe Movers, Office 36 Vir- 
grinia av; Tel 1217; Yards 311 E Mar- 
ket. (See adv in classified Honse 
Movers.) 

Adams J Will, lawyer, 76i^ B Washington, 
b s s Bethel av 3 e of Zwingley. 



GKO. J. NI AYER, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

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STENCILS, RUBBER STAMPS, CHECKS, 
BADGES, DOOR PLATES, ETC. 



j S. Meridian St., Ground Floor. 



Tel. 1386. 



Adams Levi F (L F Adams & Co), b 317 

Ash. 
Adams Llewellyn, b 221 Hoyt av. 
Adams Lou M, b 40 Fletcher av. 
Adams L F & Co (Levi F Adams), com 

mer, 36 S Delaware. 
Adams McClellan, boilermkr, h 2 Suther- 
land (B). 
Adams Mack, hostler s w cor Washington 

and Ritter avs (I). 
Adams Maggie E, dressmkr, 16 Haugh (H), 

h same. 
Adams Margaret E (wid Byron F), h 98 

Cypress. 
Adams Marion, plastr, h 619 W 22d (N I). 
Adams Martha J (wid Jesse J), h 31 Bis- 
marck. 
Adams Mary A, hairdresser, b 168 Agnes. 
Adams Mary F, h 212 S William (W I). 
Adams Mary F (wid Wesley M), h 40 

Fletcher av. 
Adams Mary M (wid Reuben), b 622 N Ala- 
bama. 
Adams May, h 21 N East. 
Adams Rachel J (wid Charles S), h 222 E 

Court. 
Adams Robert B, embalmer D Kregelo & 

Son, h 361 N California. 
Adams Robert H, solr N Y Life Ins Co, h 

482 College av. 
Adams Samuel, b 277 N Delaware. 
Adams Sarah (wid Ira B), h 619 W 22d 

(N I). 
Adams Saraii C (wid Stephen), h 7 Peru av. 
Adams Thomas, agt, h 440 W Addison 

(N I). 
Adams Thomas, lab, h 589 Virginia av. 
Adams Thomas F, butcher, b 26 N Station 

(B). 
Adams Thomas F 

Co, h 421 W 2d. 
Adams Thomas J, elk Indpls Light and 

Power Co, h 146 N Illinois. 
Adams Thomas J, engr, h 114 Dougherty. 
Adams Viletta (wid Alexander), b 221 Belle- 

fontaine. 
Adams Walter A, lab, b 731 S Bast. 
Adams Will H (Irvin & Adams), h 113 N 

Senate av. 
Adams Willard, lab, h 391 Newman. 
Adams Wm, lab, h 523 Mass av. 
Adams Wm, lab, h 528 N Meridian. 
Adams Wm, motorman, h 29 Tremont av 

(H). 
Adams Wm B, driver, b 16 Arch. 
Adams Wm C, cabtmkr, h 328 S State av. 
Adams Wm E, cooper, h 19 Blake. 
Adams Wm G, mach. h 19 Oxford. 
Adams Wm L, r 300 E South. 
Adams Wm L H, engr, h 322 Fletcher av. 
Adams Wm T P, paparhanger, b 328 E 

Washington. 
Adams Winnifred (wid Aaron), h 20 Mill. 
Adams & Son (Alexander and Isaac), horse- 
dealers, 239 W Pearl. 
Adams & Williamson (George F Adams), 

veneer mnfrs, s e cor Clifford av and Bee 

Line Ry. 
Adamson Dora, lab, b 359 S Illinois. 
Adamson George, lab, b rear 233 Fayette. 
Adamson John P, elk, b 500 N Alabama. 
Addington John, brakeman, h 144 Cornell 

av. 
Addington Warren B, lab, h 52 S California. 
Addison James H, lab, h 17 Lafayette. 
Addison Stanley L, dentist, 302^! N Senate 

av, r 28 Cincinnati. 
Addison Wm A, trav agt Charles Mayer & 

Co, h 526 Park av. 



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Ade Wm F, lab, h 825 S East. 

Adel John G, prin shorthand dept College 
of Commerce, h 559 Highland av (N I). 

Adel Mildred C, dressmkr, 559 Highland av 
(N I), h same. 

Adkins, see also Atkins. 

Adkins Albert F, mach, b 45 Hoyt av. 

Adkins Benjamin F, lab, h 437 W Addison 
(N I). 

Adkins Clarence F, musician, h 437 W Ad- 
dison (N I). 

Adkins George M, switchman, b 548 Chest- 
nut. 

Adkins George W, carp, h 614 W Washing- 
ton. 

Adkins Ira, brakeman, r n e cor Jefferson 
and Frank. 

Adkins James M, condr, h 45 Hoyt av. 

Adkins Josiah, lab, b n s Pansy 1 w of 
Floral av. 

Adkins Marcus G (Indiana Wall Paper Co), 
b .318 E McCarty. 

Adkins Martin V, elk, h 84 Bright. 

Adkins Riddle H, bkl'pr Hollweg & Reese, 
h 437 Addison (N I). 

Adkins Thomas A, jeweler Wm T Marcy, r 
179 N Alabama. 

Adkins Walter B, elk N T Store, h 347 N 
Delaware. 

Adkins Wm, carp, h 600 W Pearl. 

Adkinson, see also Atkinson. 

Adkinson Albert R, musician, b 472 N Ala- 
bama. 

Adkinson Alonzo M, lab. b 81 Spann av. 

Adkinson Eliza H (wid Wesley), h 616 
Broadway. 

Adkinson Herbert M (U S Artistic Co), 
b 616 Broadway. 

Adkinson John M, carp, h 81 Spann av. 

Adkinson Leonidas M, lineman, b 81 Spann 
av. 

Adkinson Mary A, h 472 N Alabama. 

Adkinson Omer E, barber, b 81 Spann av. 

Adkinson Thomas, salesman, h 280 Indiana 
av. 

Adkinson Wesley H, bkkpr. b 616 Broadway. 

Adkinson Wm P, lawyer, 113i/^ E Washing- 
ton, b 170 Maple. 

Adkinson Winthrop R (U S Artistic Co), 
b 616 Broadway. 

AdkisEon Elizabeth, W (wid John C), h 432 
Cornell av. 

Adler Catherine, h 760 Madison av. 

Adler Julius, h 423 N New Jersey. 

Adler Wolf (Gold & Adler), h 558 S Illinois. 

Admire Allen, lab. h 162% Indiana av. 

Admire Ephralm E (Admire & McVeigh), 
r 851/2 W Market. 

Admire Henry, lab, b 162V^ Indiana av. 

Admire James, housemover, h 322 N Lib- 
erty. 

Admire & McVeigh (Ephraim E Admire, 
Sherman McVeigh), business college, lYz 
E Washington. 

Adolay Edward A, ornamenter, b 475 S New 
Jersey. 

Adolay Frank M. elk Indpls Brewing Co, 
b 475 S New Jersey. 

Adolay Margaret J (wid Ernst E), h 475 S 
New Jersey. 

Adolph Jacob S, plumber, 175 College av, 
h 2131/2 Christian av. 

Adsit Jane M (wid Rev Samuel), h 861 N 
Meridian. 

Advance Mnfg Co, furniture, n e cor Shel- 
don and Pike. 

ADVANCE THRE.SHER CO, Michael H 
Snyder Genl Mngr, Office Room 3 Ma- 
sonic Temple; Tel 1615. 



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Rooms 325 to 330 Lemcke Bldg. 



Aebker Charles, hostler, h 74 E Wilkins. 

Aebker Christopher H, baker, 149 Prospect, 
h same. 

Aebker Dietrich, mach hd, h 951 Madison 
av. 

Aebker Henry C, lab, h 72 E Wilkins. 

Aebker Herman W, cabtmkr, b 624 E Ver- 
mont. 

Aebker Mary (wid Wm), h 624 E Vermont. 

Aebker Richard W, sawyer, h 951 Madison 
av. 

Aebker Wm, mach hd, b 72 E Wilkins. 

Aebker Wm jr, lab, b 624 E Vermont. 

Aetna Cabinet Co, Charles N Shockley 
pres, Victor H Rothley sec, furniture 
mnfrs, 168 W Georgia. 

AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO OF HART- 
FORD, CONN, R W Kemp.sliall & Co 
Mng^rs, James A Bncbanan Special 
Agrt, 214 LemcUe Blilgr; Tel 1517. 

AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO OF HART- 
FORD, CONN (Accident Dept), Prather 
& Ban^s Genl A^ts for Indiana, 
Rooms 30-31 When Bldg;. 

AETNA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA- 
TION, Howard Kimball Sec, 89 E 
Market; Tel 1494. 

Aftung Anton, h 14 Deloss. 

Agee Wm A, contr, n w cor Bismarck and 

Miller (W I), h same. 
Ager George, mach, r 76 S Illinois. 
Ager John, lab, b 73 Wheeler (B). 
Aggart, see also Eckert and Eggert. 
Aggart Ferdinand, lab, h 482 S Missouri. 
Aggart Otto P, lab, b 482 S Missouri. 
Agger Samuel, lab, b 275 N Noble. 
Aggert Frederick W, checkman, h 

Gresham. 

Agnes Gideon, hostler, r 83 E Wabash. 
Agnew Charles A, lab, b 358 Coburn. 
Agnew Edward, lab, r 164 W Maryland. 
Agnew John, lab, b 52i/^ S California. 
AGNEW JOHN T, Saloon, 53 S Illinois, 

li 213 W South. 
Agnew John W, lab, h 358 Coburn. 
Agnew Will M. bkkpr The Capital Natl 

Bank, b 1157 N Illinois. 



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_ Agricullural Epitomist, Epitomist Publish- 
Q ing Co pubs. 2IV2 W Washing-ton. 
Z Ahern Christina M (wid Christian), b 813 
< X Capitol av. 

Ahern James, engr. h 45 Jefferson av. 
V Ahem John F. blksmith, h 60 Warren av 
^ (W I). 

(0 Ahern Michael, lab. h 532 S Illinois. 
5 Ahem Wm, b 640 College av. 
^ Ahern Wm D, millwright, h 407 W Udell 
2 (N I). 

O Ahlbrand Martin H, blksmith, h 12 Union. 
OC Ahlders Ahlrich, notions, 539 S Meridian, h 
same. 
Ahlders Albert A, elk, b 539 S Meridian. 
Ahlders Bernard, bicycle rep, 539 S Me- 
ridian, b same. 
Ahle Charles H, cashr The Bates, h 125 W 

North. 
Ahlers Louis, carp, h 86 Chadwick. 
Ahnefeld Edward W, uphlr, b 49 Jefferson. 
Ahnefeld \\"m, cabinetmkr, b 664 Chestnut. 
Aholtz Everett, cook, r 230 N Senate av. 
Ahrens, see also Arens. 

Ahrens Charles N, mach hd, b 155 Eure- 
ka av. 
Ahrens Christopher, tmstr, h 437 N Pine. 
Ahrens Wm Rev, h 155 Eureka av. 
Ahrens Wm M H, mach, h 61 Eureka av. 
Aich, see also Eich. 
Aich Wm, lab. h 456 E Washington. 
Aichele, see also Eichel. 
Aichele Charles A, painter, h 543 Madison 

av. 
Aichele Charles G, elk U S Pension Agency, 

b 1.52 N Illinois. 
Aichele Emil, baggageman, h 127 Palmer. 
Aichele Eugene L, lab, b 44S Chestnut. 
Aichele Henry D, packer, b 44 Dunlop. 
Aichele Julius, brakeman, h 29 Haugh (H). 
Aichele Otto, lab, h 44 Dunlop. 
Aichele Wilhelmina (wid Emll E), h 448 

Chestnut. 
Aichhora Christian H, mach, b .339 E Mor- 
ris. 
Aichhorn Frederick A, molder, b 339 E 

Morris. 
Aichhorn Louis S, ironwkr, h 127 Cottage 
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Aichhorn Michael, patternmkr, ta 339 E 

Morris. 
Aichhorn Otto, mach, b 339 E Morris. 
Aichhorn Sophia D (wid Wm). h 339 E 

Morris. 
Aichhorn Wm, baker Insane Hospital, h 

24 Haugh (H). 
Aichinger Harley J, lab, h 19 Brett. 
Aiken, see also Akin. 
Aiken Daniel, boxmkr, h 958 Wilcox. 
Aiken Lewis C. dep County Assessor, 

Court House, h 1800 N Illinois. 
Aiken Milton A, boxmkr, li 70 Germania 

(H). 
Aikin George W, h 289 Davidson. 
Aikin Homer L, collr, h 287 Davidson. 
AIIvIlVS BRONTE M, Attorney at Lrfiw, 

425-426 LemeUe Bids, h 13 The 

Blaelierne: Tel 1847. 

Aikman Samuel S Rev, evangelist, h 721 
College av. 

Aikman Wm H. trav agt Diamond Wall 
Plaster Co, h 71 Adams. 

Ailiff Loury, tmstr, h 309 N West. 

Ainsworth Charles L, trav agt, r 50 

dricks blk. 
Ainsworth Frank B, ins agt, 35 Talbott blk, 
r same. 

Ainsworth Helen A, h 53 Hendricks blk. 
Aippersbach John C, stonecutter, h 9 Mar- 
garet. 

Aippersbach Wm, stonecutter, b 9 Marga- 
ret. 

Aird John, tailor, h 68V^ Mass av. 

Aisenbrey Charles W, meats, 25 Virginia 
av, h n e cor Raymond and Ransdell. 

Aitken David L, mach, h 70 Cornell av. 

Aitken Elizabeth, h 456 W 1st. 

Aitken James W, boilermkr, h 856 E Wash- 
ington. 

Akass Edward T A, elk L S Ayres & Co, 
h 1110 N Meridian. 

Aker, see also Acker. 

Aker Alice (wid J Theodore), h 609 W Pearl. 

Aker Charlotte E (wid ElUs L), h 156 Elm. 

Aker Lewis E, bookbndr, h 142 Elm. 

Aker Lillie (wid Luther), b 176 Elm. 

Aker Martin L, elk, b 156 Elm. 

Akers Bettie C, stenog, b 325 N Illinois. 

Akers David P, yardmaster, h 49 S Reisner 
(W I). 

Akers Francis E, bricklyr, h 992 Cornell av. 

Akers Peter C, elk R M S, h 372 Talbott av. 

Akes James J, cooper, h 249 S West. 

Akin, see also Aiken. 

Akin Asbury R, collr, b 104 S Belmont av 
(W I). 

Akin Frederick B, elk, b 1850 N Illinois. 

Akin Lewis G, h 1850 N Illinois 

Akin Murry, lab, h 104 S Belmont av 
(W I). 

Akin Wm B, b 28 Ft Wayne av. 

Akins David, lab, h 35 Church. 

Akins Oliver L, train desp I D & W Ry, h 
136 E St Clair. 

Akins Wm N. h 136 E St Clair. 

Albee Wm, foreman Knight & Jillson. r 
237 Mass av. 

Alber Charles L, engr, h 415 W New York. 

Alber Edward E, cigarmkr, h 87 S Liberty. 

Alber Noah T, hackman, r 171 W Market. 

Alber Thaddeus C, cigarmkr, b 87 S Lib- 
erty. 

Albers Charles H, lab, h e s Rural 3 s of 
Sutherland (B). 

Albers Sina L, tailoress, b 141 Woodlawn. 
av. 

Albershardt Anna L, b 326 E "Vermont. 



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Albershardt Augaist H, elk Consumers' 

Gas Trust Co. h ISO N Noble. 
Albershardt John F, elk, h 271 N Liberty. 
Albersmeier Henry, lab. h 274 S West. 
Albersmeier Mabel, teaeher Public Sehool 

No. 25, b 274 S West. 
Albersmeier Wm, b 274 S West. 
Albersmeyer Frances M (wid Daniel J), h 

172 Union. 

Albersmeyer Frank W H. carp, b 172 Union. 

Albersmeyer Louis H W, finisher, b 172 
Union. 

Albert Charles H, flier, h 255 Bates. 

.Albert Ephraim, h 382 Blake. 

Albert Jeremiah, lab, h 209 W Merrill. 

Albert John D, b 255 Bates. 

Albert John W, trimmer, b 341 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Albert Lawson H, baggageman, h 349 N 
California. 

Albert Lucy (wid Singleton), h 169 N Illi- 
nois. 

Albert Nichols, porter, h 58 John. 

Albert Ossian P, elk, b 382 Blake. 

Albert Vernon J, policeman, h 162 Brook- 
side av. 

Albertey Jesse, lab, r 23 N West. 

Albertsmeyer Amelia (wid Charles), h 593 
S Meridian. 

Albertsmeyer Charles H, saloon, 155 Pros- 
pect, h 157 same. 

Albertsmeyer Herman A, lab, b 341 E 
Morris. 

Albertsmeyer Herman C, barber, 153 Pros- 
pect, h 157 same. 

Albertsmeyer Wm C, varnisher, b 8 Wis- 
consin. 

Albertsmyer Wm D, switchman, h 1072 W 
New York. 

Albertson Alfred C, printer, h .552 E Ohio. 

Albertson James W, plumber, b 552 E Ohio. 

Albertson Jesse C, carp, h n s Willow 2 w 
of Brightwood av (B). 

Albin Anthony J, mach. h 380 S East. 

Albin Emma, dressmkr. 380 S East, b same. 

Albin Nicholas, lab, b 269 Kentucky av. 

Albin Peter, carp, h 269 Kentucky av. 

Albrecht Amelia (wid Louis), h 475 Stillwell. 

Albrecht Augustus W, asst supt H P Was- 
son & Co, b 475 Stillwell. 

Albrecht Babbette (wid Bernhard M). b 72 
W 1st. 

Albrecht Charles (Miller & Albrecht), h 19 
Camp. 

Albrecht Charles A, trav agt Indpls Cabinet 
Makers' Union, h 182 Davidson. 

Albrecht Ernest F, elk Sloan Drug Co, b 475 
Stillwell. 

Albrecht George A, treas Indpls Cabinet 
Makers' Union, b 182 Davidson. 

Albrecht George P, huckster, h 59 N 
Linden. 

Albrecht J Edward, elk Van Camp H and I 
Co. h 4751/g Stillwell. 

Albrecht Maurice, dentist. 61 Ingalls blk, 
h 78 Middle Drive (W P). 

Albrecht Richard, lab, h w s Manlove av 
2 s of 17th. 

Albright Charles, elk. r 209 W Ohio. 

Albright Charles M, lab. b Concord (H). 

Albright Charles W, elk. h 15 Ellsworth. 

Albright Edward, canmkr, h 23 Vinton. 

Albright Ernest C, observer U S Weather 
Bureau, b 794 E Washington. 

Albright Frank A, gasfltter, 60 S Judge 
Harding (W I), h same. 

Albrigrht John H, electrician, h 52 Lexing- 
ton av. 

Albright Perry J Rev, h 25S W St Clair. 



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Albright Robert B, painter, h 262 W Mich- 
igan. 

Albright Wm A, lab, h 10 Warman av (H). 

Albritton Wm, lab, h 2 Peck. 

Albro Frank T, candymkr, h 492 W New 
York. 

Albro Henry O, b 492 W New York. 

Albro Lorena S (wid Orville H). b 871 N 
Alabama. 

ALCAZAR. Cigars ami Tobaccos, Con- 
fectionery, Floral and Ton.sorial 
Depts, Soda Dispensary, 30 W^ Wash- 
ington; Tel 19. 

Aleon Albert, agt, r ll'/^ N Meridian. 

Aleon Caroline A, h 213 Ramsey av. 

Aleon Charles, stenog Morris, Newberger & 
Curtis, b 213 Ramsey av. 

Aleon Otto W, lab, b 213 Ramsey av. 

Aleon Watson W, condr, b 213 Ramsey av. 

Alcorn Charles, mach hd, b .541 Shelby. 

Alcorn Charles C, cooper, b 175 Michigan av. 

Alcorn Frank L, cooper, b 175 Michigan 
av. 

Aleorn James, lab, b 56 High. 

Alcorn Walter E, cooper, b 175 Michigan 
av. 

Aleorn Wm, cooper, h 175 Michigan av. 

Aldag- August, h 583 E Washington. 

Aldag Charles, h 644 E Washington. 

Aldag Charles M, vice-pres The Aldag 
Paint and Varnish Co, b 583 E Washing- 
ton. 

Aldag Frank O, h 655 E Market. 

Aldag Harry W. asst teller Merchants' 
Nat'l Bank, b 583 E Washington. 

Aldag John E, sec and treas The Aldag 
Paint and Varnish Co, h 59 N Arsenal av. 

Aldag- Louis, shoes, 679 E Washington, h 
same. 

ALDAG PAINT AND VARNISH CO THE, 
Willielni Aldag Pres, Cliarles M Al- 
dag A^ice-Pres, Jolin E Aldag Sec and 
Treas, Paint.s, Oils, Varnisli and 
Glass, 333 E Washington; Tel 334. 
(See adv in classified Paints and 
Oils.) 

Aldag Wilhelm, pres The Aldag- Paint and 
Varnish Co, h 456 E Market. 



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508 Indiana Trast Building. 



Alden Herman L. elk. b 322 N New Jersey. 

Alder John E, lab, b 231 Hadley av (W I). 

Alderson Dora, elk, b SSO N Senate av. 

Alderson George W, lab, h 546 W Washing- 
ton. 

Alderson James W, barber, 338 S West, h 
same. 

Alderson Lafayette, lab, h 538 W Washing- 
ton. 

Alderson Moses S, lab, h 536 W Washing- 
ton. 

Alderso:i Phoebe, h n s 8th 2 n of canal. 

Alderson Sarah J (wid Amos), h SSO N 
Senate av. 

Alderson Thomas M, lab, b 516 W Washing- 
ton. 

Aldred Frederick H, saloon, 38 W Market, 
r Slii same. 

Aldred Reuben R. janitor Public School No 
17, h n s 2d 1 w of West. 

Aldrich Albert J, elk Penna Lines, h 1115 E 
Michigan. 

Aldrich Charles O, painter, h 103 John. 

Aldrich David E, trav agt. h 127 Talbott av. 
,__--,^ Aldrich Frank, livery, 277 W Washington, 
®®®® h 426 Douglass. 

Aldrich James F. city fireman, b 20 Orange 

■ av. 

C3 Aldrich John D, elk, h 189 College av. 

.Aldrich Joshua H, loans, 25 Thorpe blk, r 
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•^^ « Aldrich Royal, b 187 College av. 

^—4 3 A'dridge, see also Eldridge. 

^^ o Aldridge Benjamin, b 17 Cherry. 

r^ a. Aldridge Henry H, ins agt, b 17 Cherry. 

tjJJ < Aldridge Hester A (wid Marcellus B), h 

CD * 67 Clifford av. 

CO r Aldridge Jacob B, b 17 Cherry. 

2 Aldridge John L. cigarmkr, b 17 Cherry. 

- Aldridge Joseph A. trav agt, b 17 Cherry. 
; Aldridge Melvina H (wid Worden A), b 81 

H N Capitol av. 

• Aldridge Oliver O. barber, b 274 W Wash- 

n ington. 

5 Aldridge Sarah C, h 251/2 Mass av. 

2 Aldridge Susannah (wid Henry H), h 17 

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Aldridge Winfield S, city agt, b 67 Clifford 

av. 
Aleg Nicholas E, lab, h 29 Downey. 
Alerding Bernard H, i)orter, h 75 High. 
ALERDIIVG HERMAN J REV, Rector St 

JosepU's ClmrcU, li 323 E Xortli. 
Alerding Leo, porter, b 75 High. 



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Alestock Walter, lab, 

Alexander Albert M, 
Jersey. 

Alexander Alexander, driver, h 91 Geisen- 
dorff. 

Alexander Alexander, lab, h 445 W 1st. 

Alexander Alice C, teacher Public School 
No 39, b 318 E Washington. 

Alexander Carrie (wid Philip), dressmkr, 
251/2 W W^ashington, h 1096 N Penn. 

Alexander Catherine, h 236 Clinton. 

Alexander Charles, lab, h rear 13S E St 
Joseph. 

Alexander Charles C, ironwkr, h 45 
Shaw. 

Alexander Coke, dist pass agt Mo Pac Ry, 
7 Jackson pi, h 129 E St Joseph. 

Alexander Cora M. stenog, b 399 N Penn. 

Alexander David S W, lab, b 323 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Alexarder Earl, i>ressman, b 27 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Alexander Elbridge G, tel opr C C C & St 
L Ry, h 733 N IlHnois. 

Alexander Emma B (wid James C), b 124 
Butler. 

Alexander Frank, lab, h 86 Yandes. 

Alexander Fred W (Alexander & Co), sec 
Union Ins Co, b 785 N Illinois. 

Alexander Frederick, porter, b 236 Clinton. 

Alexander Frederick W, uphlr, h 286 
Yandes. 

Alexander George, porter, b 293 Indiana av. 

Alexander George H, lab, h rear 626 Home 
av. 

Alexander George M, elk, h 184 Hoyt av. 

Alexander George W, trav agt, h 405 N 
Penn. 

Alexander Georgia A, prin Public School 
No 8, b 405 N Penn. 

Alexander Grace R, reporter, b 405 N Penn. 

Alexander Harry, lab. r 19 Cincinnati. 

Alexander Isadore, atttendant Insane Asy- 
lum. 

Alexander James, farmer, b n s Wolf pike 
1 e of School (B). 

Alexander James, house cleaner, h 309 E 
Court. 

Alexander James, janitor, b 26i^ Chapel. 

Alexander James, lab, h 28 Hadley. 

Alexander James L, stair bldr, h 335 Cornell 
av. 

Alexander James T, phys, I7514 Shelby, h 
328 sajne. 

Alexander Jefferson L, tmstr, h 10 Quince. 

Alexander John, coachman 163 Central av. 

Alexander John, lata, h 77 Nebraska. 

Alexander John B, engr, b 159 N Pine. 

Alexander John J, carp, h 429 W Eugene 
(N I). 

Alexander John R, lab, h 166 Yandes. 

Alexander John W, cabtmkr, b 291 S New 
Jersey. 

Alexander Joseph, lab, h .576 S Meridian. 

Alexander Joseph, lab, h 241 Orange. 

Alexander Joseph A, mach hd, h 120 Ram- 
sey av. 

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Alexander Joseph G, driver, h 43 Barth av. 
Alexander Joseph H, h 333 W Michigan 

(H). 
Alexander Joseph L, lab, h rear 18 Bis- 
marck. 
Alexander Julia, h 28 Chapel. 
Alexander Laura A, bkkpr, b 74 Lexington 

av. 
Alexander Laura B, teacher Public School 

No. 8, h 184 Hoyt av. 
Alexander Lawson, painter, h 180 Colburn. 
Alexander Lillian M, h SISV^ Mass av. 
Alexander Martha (wid Stephen), b rear 234 

W New York. 
Alexander Mary A (wid Joseph)^ h 74 Lex- 
ington av. 
Alexander Matthias, lab, b 183 Indiana av. 
Alexander May J (wid James), r II614 W 

New York. 
Alexander Milton K, bkkpr, h 124 Butler. 
Alexander Mitchel, cigarmkr, b 208 N Pine. 
Alexander Norton B (Alexander & Co), h 

785 N Illinois. 
Alexander Oscar, mer police, b 180 Cobum. 
• Alexander Rhoda (wid Green), b 241 Orange. 
Alexander Richard, lab, b 50 W 12th. 
Alexander Robert, agt, h 61 Hosbrook. 
Alexander Robert, dairy, n s Wolf pike 1 e 

of School (B), h same. 
Alexander Robert, lab, h 166 Yandes. 
Alexander Robert G, porter, h 320 W Courts 
Alexander Robert P, elk C P Lesh Paper 

Co, r 86 N Senate av. 
Alexander Rosanna E, b 164 Newman. 
Alexander Safe A, lab, b 174 Bismarck av 

(H). 
Alexander Samuel, lab, b 166 Yandes. 
Alexander Samuel B, cabtnikr, h 40 Stevens. 
Alexander Samuel M, tmstr, b 10 Quince. 
Alexander Stephen, ehgr, r 323 N California. 
Alexander Tubal, lab, b 1398 N Capitol av. 
Alexander Wm, lab, r 197 N Missouri. 
Alexander Wm F, tinner, h 212 River av 

(W I). 
Alexander Wm H, grocer, 451 W 1st, h 453 

W Pratt. 
Alexander Wm P, painter, b 518 Udell <N I). 
Alexander & Co (Norton E and Fred W 

Alexander), ins, 423 Lemcke bldg. 
Alford Ambrose A, cigars, 21 S Meridian, h 

491 Ash. 
Alford Cora J (wid Sigel), h 29 Standard av 

(W I). 
Alford Fremont (Alford & Pairlow), h 424 

Clifford av. 
Alford Leland B, mach, h .51 Virginia av. 
Alford Lurana E (wid Melvin Z), h 151 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Alford Tabitha (wid James R), b 1202 Morris 

(W I). 
Alford Thomas A, elk A Kiefer Drug Co, 

b 162 N Illinois. 
Alford Thomas G, salesman M O'Connor & 

Co, h 222 N Delaware. 
Alford & Partlow (Fremont Alford, i)avid 

K Partlow), lawyers, 37 Baldwin blk. 
Alforth Henry P, cook, h 349 S Bast. 
Alfreds Mortimer J, cementwkr, h 35 St 

Peter. 
Algeo Amy B, teacher Public School No 33, 

b 130 Brookside av. 
Algeo John, elk, h 306 Clifford av. 
Algeo Robert P, elk C H & D R R, b 306 

Clifford av. 
Algeo Samuel, grocer, 49 Clifford av. h 130 

Brookside av. 
Alger Joseph, brakeman, h 7 Lynn. 
Alhand John A, lab, h 125 River av (W I). 
Alhand John L, b 345 S Olive. 



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Alhand Mary (wid Lack), h 31 McCauley. 
Alig George, pres The Home Stove Co, h 430 

N New Jersey. 
Alisch Emilie, teacher German Public 

School No 28, b 48 Barth av. 
Alisch Herman O, car insp, h 35 Gatling. 
Alisch John A, carp, 136 Spann av, b same. 
Alisch Wilhelmina (wid Frederick L), h 48 

Barth av. 
Alisch Wm A, supt of circulation The Sun, 

h 48 Barth av. 
Alkire Christina (wid John W), boarding 75 

B Walnut. 
Allard Albert R, optician, h 1126 N Penn. 
Allardt Amanda J (wid Maximillian T), h 

43 Lord. 
Allardt Edwin W, bkkpr Postal Tel Cable 

Co, b 43 Lord. 
AUbright George, lab, h 279 W Washington. 
Allee Charles O, lab, h 214 Hoyt av. 
Alleman Leon S, elk, b 294i/^ Mass av. 
Alleman Martha N (wid Leonai-d), janitor, 

h 2941^ Mass av. 
Allen Addison B, barber, h 46 Stevens. 
Allen Albert, waiter, h 180 Muskingum al. 
Allen Alexander M, bartndr Hotel English, 

b same. 
Allen Alonzo G, painter, h 436 W Udell 

(N I). 
Allen Amanda M, b 273 River av (W I). 
Allen Amsa, car rep, h 279 Springfield. 
Allen Andrew, lab, h rear 430 Douglass. 
Allen Andrew C, student, b 300 River av 

(W I). 
Allen Andrew J, elk, b 19 N Arsenal av. 
Allen Anna (wid John W), b 463 S Meridian. 
Allen Arthur W, adv solr Indpls Journal, 

h 348 N New Jersey. 
Allen Bros (Burgess F and Layton), 

draughtsmen, 61 Baldwin blk. 
Allen Bryant D, carp, b 85 N Noble. 
Allen Burgess (Allen Bros), h 1121 N Dela- 
ware. 
Allen Burt, elk, b 299 Indiana av. 
Allen Catherine, stenog Kennedy & Con- 

naughton, b 184 Madison av. 
Allen Charles, messenger, b 167 Spring. 
Allen Charles, lab, h 154 Maple. 
Allen Charles E, horseshoer, b 65 Columbia 

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Allen Charles G, barber, r 15 Monument 

Pl. 
Allen Charles H. cook, r 255 N West. 
Allen Charles M, painter, h 361 English av. 
Allen Charles S. trav ag't, h 92 Harrison. 
Allen Charles W, city fireman, h 465 Belle- 

fontaine. 
Allen Charles ■^'. tmstr, h w s Gladstone 

av 1 n of Michigan. 
Allen Cyrus, janitor, h 372 W 2d. 
Allen David, roofer C Zimmerman & Sons. 

h n s Maryland 1 e of Oriental. 
Allen David D, ins agt, h 185 Oliver av 

(W I). 
Allen David E. h 658 N Alabama. 
Allen David S, farmer, h e s College av 1 

s of 31st. 
Allen Edward, foreman, h 513 S Illinois. 
Allen Edward, lab. h 121 Columbia al. 
Allen Edward H, lab, h 107 Division (W 

I). 
Allen Edwin G. stenog A B Meyer & Co. 

r 52I2 '^^ 7th. 
Allen Edwin T\^. bkkpr Pearson's Music 

House, h 870 N Delaware. 
Allen Eli A Rev. pastor Sixth Presbyterian 

Church, h 65 E McCarty. 
Allen Elizabeth A (wid Rev Archibald C), 

b 61 Central av. 
Allen Ella, dressmkr, 832 E 9th, b same. 
Allen Ellen (wid George W), chief cook 

Insane Hospital. 
Allen Elmer E. motorman, h 770 W Wash- 
ington. 
AWcn Emma, h 1389 Annette (N I). 
.Allen Ethelbert, elk, b 299 Indiana av. 
Allen Frank, engr. h 184 Madison av. 
Allen Frank, molder. h 64% N Illinois. 
.\llf-n Frank, phys. b 679 N Delaware. 
Allen Fredonia. teacher Girls' Classical 

School, b 824 N Meridian. 
-Mien George, lab. h rear 108 Ash. 
Allen George, lab, h 658 S Illinois. 
.Allen George, wood, h rear 310 E Washing- 
ten. 
-Allen George B. huckster, b 389 S Delaware. 
.Allen Georg'' W. foreman, h 167 Sjiring. 
.Allen GranV'ille G, vice-pres The A Burdsal 

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Allen Harriet, h 679 N Delaware. 

Allen Harry, lab. rear 119 Cornell av. 

Allen Henry, lab. b 564 W North. 

Allen Henry, switchman, h 3 Putnam (B). 

Allen Henry Clay, judge Marion County 
Circuit Court, 45 Court House, h 782 N New 
Jersev. 

Allen Horace R jr (The H R Allen Nation- 
al Surgical Institute), b 679 N Delaware. 

ALLEX H R XATIOXAt, SURGICAL IX- 
STITFTE THE. Honice R Allen Jr. M. 
D. Libert?- C MeLaiii, M D. ami H 
Ste^vart Ivr«s-, 31 D. Proprietors, 11 ■«- 
cor Oliio and Capitol av opp State 
Honse; Tel 22. 

Allen Isaac, lab. h 65 Columbia av. 

Allen Isaac, tmstr. h 198 W 2d. 

Allen Jacob, r 89 N Delaware. 

Allen Jacob H, lather, b 65 Columbia av. 

Allen James, h 84 Columbia al. 

Allen James, lab, b n s 8th 3 w of canal. 

Allen Jaspar, lab. r 710 N Delaware. 

Allen Jeremiah, porter, h rear 234 W New 

York. 
Allen Jessie, attendant Public Library, b 

249 S New Jersey. 
Allen John, carp, b 300 Ri.^er av (W I). 
Allen John, city fireman, h 555 E 7th. 
Allen John, driver, b rear 27 Cornell av. 
Allen John. lab. b 27 Center. 
Allen John, lab, b 242 W Maryland. 
Allen John lab. b 48 N West. 
Allen John, painter, r 190% S Illinois. 
Allen John D, barber. 322 Clifford av, h 

same. 
Allen John H, porter, h 48 Elizabeth. 
Allen John J, plastr, b 314 E Market. 
Allen John J, plumber, b 184 Madison av. 
Allen John R, pres Sensitive Governor Co. 

h 456 College av. 
Allen John W. real est. h 71% Lockerbie. 
Allen Joseph, carp, b 123 Clarke. 
Allen Joseph, silversmith, r 351 N Senate 

av. 
Allen Joseph H, lab. h 225 S McLain (W I). 
Allen Joseph M, steamfitter, h 472 Highland 

av. 
Allen Kate (wid Stephen), h 19 N Arsenal 

av. 
Allen Katherine M. stenog Ind Dental Col- 
lege, b 643 B Vermont. 
Allen Laban B, elk. h n e cor Illinois and 

29th. 
Allen Laura, h 99 Malott av. 
Allen Lay ton (Allen Bros), b 1121 N Dela- 
ware. 
Allen Lerov. tel opr W U Tel Co, h 463 W 

Eugene (N I). 
Allen Linton R (Shimer & Allen), h 285 N 

Noble. 
Allen Lucy, grocer, 300 River av (W I), h 

same. 
Allen Madge E. h 801 N Alabama. 
Allen Margaret A (wid Stephen), h 436 W 

IMell (N I). 
Allen Mary (wid Wm H), h 99 8th 1 w of 

canal. 
Allen Mary A (wid James S), h 249 S New 

Jersey. 
Allen Matthew B. gardener, h e s Central 

av 1 n of 15th. 
Allen Maud, h 171 W Washington. 
Allen Melvin S, opr W U Tel Co, h 3.50 Clif- 
ford av. 
Allen Moses, lab, r 18 I^afayette. 
Allen Nathan F, mach. h 299 Indiana av. 
Allen Oliver M. sec Sensitive Governor Co, 

b 4.56 College av. 



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Allen Otto G, student, b Tl^S Ivockerbie. 
Allen Powhattan, lab, h 1011 S Meridian. 
Allen Priscilla (wid Heni-y), h 376 W 2d. 
Allen Rachel, h 5 Wallace. 
Allen Rachel (wid Robert), h 270 N Noble. 
Allen Reuben C, lab, r 223 S Capitol av. 
Allen Robert S, barber, r 84 W Ohio. 
Allen Rose (wid George), b 16 Mill. 
Allen Russell G (The A Burdsal Co), b 609 

N Capitol av. 
Allen Samuel, lab, h 44 Mill. 
Allen Samuel J, express, h 10 Athon. 
Allen Sidney P, trav agt, b Enterprise 

Hotel. 
Allen Stephen T, live stock, Union Stock 

Yards (W I), h 67 Walcott. 
Allen Theodore T, mach hd, h 492 S West. 
Allen Thomas, h 1395 N Capitol av. 
Allen Thomas C, ins agt, b 643 College av. 
Allen Thomas W, elk R M S, b 378 N Ala- 
bama. 
Allen Wm, elk, b 304 N Delaware. 
Allen Wm, janitor, h 200 W 2d. 
Allen Wm, lab. h 20 Everett. 
Allen Wm A, engr, b 54 Tandes. 
Allen Wm C (Mansfield & Allen), h 2S0 N 

New Jersey. 
Allen Wm E, lab, h 5291/2 N Illinois. 
Allen Wm E, lab, b 215 Spring. 
Allen Wm H, student, b 236 E Vermont. 
Allen Wm J, lab, h 85 N Noble. 
Allen Wm P, phys, 297V> Mass av, h 57 Oak. 
Allender Wm, engr, h 574 y<T Michigan. 
Aller Benjamin, b 383 E New York. 
Allprdice Esther M, teacher High School, b 

226 Park av. 
Allerdice Joseph (Joeeph Allerdice & Co), 

pres Tndpls Abattoir Co, h 226 Park av. 
Allei'dice Joseph jr, auditor Indpls Abattoir 

Co, b 226 Park av. 
AL,L.KRDICE JOSEPH & CO (Joseph 

Allerdice), Hides, 13S Kentneky av; 

Tel 644. 
Allerman Henry, elk, b 200 Orange. 
Alley Basil, lab, h 529 W Wells (N I). 
Alley Prank B, engr, h n e cor 21th and 

Central av. 
Alley James I, fireman, b 25 Flet'.'her av. 
Alley Jesse L, electrician, b n e cor 24th 

and Central av. 
Alley Rankin W, lab, b 31 Jefferson av. 
Alley Walter R, helper, b 31 Jefferson av. 
Allfree Ethel G. stenog J B Allfree Mnfg 

Co, b 137 Highland pi. 
Allfree James B, vice-pres and genl rringr 

The J B Allfree Mnfg Co, h 137 Highland 

pi. 
ALLFREE J B MAIVITFACTITRIIVG CO 

THE, Robert Sliriver Pres. James B 

Allfree Viee-Pres and Genl Ulnsr, 

Joel AV Hadley See and Treas, Mill 

Pnrnisliers and Milling' Engineers, 

12tli and IVortli^vestern av; Tel 4i;{. 
Allgeier Simon, cabtmkr, h rear 92 English 

av. 

Allgire Augusta W M, dressmkr, 205 E Ohio, 
h same. 

Allgire Ethel O. teacher, b 66 Talbott av. 

Allgire James R, mach. h 73 Woodruff av. 

Allgire John R, veneerer, b 73 Woodruff av. 

Allgire Joseph B. elk, li 479 Central av. 

Allgire Martha C, teacher Public School No 
30, b 66 Talbott a v. 

Allgire Mary A (wid Amon R), h 66 Tal- 
bott av. 

Allgire Olive E, teacher Public School No 
16, b 66 Talbott av. 

Allgire Richard E, draughtsman J B All- 
free Mnfg Co, b 73 Woodruff av. 



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Allgood George W, hackman, h 20 E Morris. 
Alliga Erastus, cooper, h 1251/2 S Noble. 
Allinder Adelia, elk Old Wayne Mut Life 

Ins Co, b 165 Hadley av (W I). 
Allinder Charles E, mach, h 37 Standard av 

(W I). 
Allinder Margaret J (wid Abram), h 247 

Fletcher av. 
Allinder Maria, dressmkr, h 247 Fletcher av. 
Allinder Sarah B (wid Samuel), h 165 Had- 
ley av (W 1). 
Allis Tabor S. elk. h 38S N West. 
Allis Thomas, carp, h 243 Sheldon. 
Allison Charles H, lawyer. 214 Lemcke bldg, 

h s e cor Houston and Cherry avs (I). 
Allison Charles J, collr Jacob C Sipe, h 106 

Greer. 
Allison Charles M, photog, b 290 Christian 

av. 

ALLISOX COUPON COMPANY, Jolin S 
Berryliill Pres, "XV^allace S Allison 
See, Mannfaetnrers of Conpon Books. 
69 W Georgia; Tel 1299. 

Allison Deborah M, h 290 Christian av. 
Allison Dellmore C, foreman, h 382 E 17th. 
Allison Elmer, carp, h 11 Riley blk. 

ALLISOX-ENOS CO THE (Jolin. A Alii- I 
son, T H Iv Eno.s), Sunday School I 
Supplies, Books, Stationery. News I 
and School Books, 92 N 31eridian. 

Allison George M. mason, b 24 S West. 
Allison Granville B. h 313 N East. j 

Allison Harry, hackman. r 211 W Market. ' 
Allison Harry S, foreman, h 1054 E Mich- 
igan. I 
Allison Henry B, elk, r 100 S Illinois. 
Allison Herbert C. elk. b 768 Broadway. ' 
Allison, Herschel V, lab, h 369 Jackson. i 
Allison James, lab, b 25 S West. | 
Allison James, lab, h 73 Meikel. 
Allison James A, foreman, b 768 Broadway. , 

ALLISON JAMES A, Manufacturer of 
Allison's Perfection Fountain Pens, ' 
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Allison James B, photog', 113 Mass av, h 290 

Christian av. 
Allison James M, mngr Tonica Temple, 86 

N Penn, h 46 Tacoma av. 
Allison James W, stonecutter, b 24 S West. 
Allison John A (The Allison-Enos Co), b 

95 N Meridian. 
Allison John C. grocer, 1411 Annette, h 449 

W Eugene (N I). 
Allison John G, elk, b 24 S West. 
Allison John W, b 148 Woodlawn av. 
Allison Joseph E, contr, 148 Woodlawn av, 

h same. 
Allison Lawrence B, city agt Columbus 

Butter and Cheese Co, h 533 N Alabama. 
Allison Marie, bkkpr Allison-Enos Co, b 

15 The Plaza 
Allison Myra J (wid Noah), h 768 Broad- 
way. 
Allison Olive, teacher Public School No 27, 

b 734 College av. 
Allison Ora G, lab, h 55 Jones. 
Allison Oscar P, mach hd, b 24 S West. 
Allison Robert H, elk C C C «& St L Ry, 

b 232 Central av. 
Allison Wallace S, sec Allison Coupon Co, 

h 768 Broadwav. 
Allison Wm D (W D Allison Co), h 443 Park 

av. 
Allison Wm J, fruits, 266% W Washington, 

h 24 S West. 
Allison Wm P, plumber, b 3 Riley blk. 
ALLISON AV D CO (Wm D Allison), Phy- 

isieinns' Chairs, Tables and Cabinets, 

Invalids' Rolling and Parlor Reclin- 
ing Chairs, 85 E South: Tel 1176. 
AUman Haman B, saloon, 67 Russell av, h 

same. 
Allmeroth August, lab, h 412 Union. 
Allmeroth John, sawyer, b 412 Union. 
Alloways Anna L, elk Cathcart, Cleland 

& Co. b 109 E St Joseph. 
Alloways Claude F, elk C H & I R R, b 

109 E St Joseph. 
Alloways Ella C, r 2221/2 E Washington. 
Alloways James M (Alloways & Co), h 109 

E St Joseph. 
Alloways & Co (James M Alloways, Charles 

H Evans) shoemakers, 28 Mass av. 



J. S. FARRELL & GO, 

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CONTRACTORS 

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Allred Edward, foreman Tanner & Sulli- 
van, h 747 N Illinois. 

Allred Wm, tinner, h w s Meridian 2 n of 
29th. 

Allstatt John W, lab, h 48 Osgood (W I). 

Allstatt Wm D, lab, h 96 Bloomington. 

Almack, Essie, h 210 N Meridian. 

Almack Thomas S, b 97 Bright. 

Almond Arvel E, fireman, b 106 Woodbum 
av (W I). 

Almond Charles O, lab, b 332 W Vermont. 

Almond Edward J, elk, b 51 Stevens. 

Almond Enos A, trav agt,- h 332 W Ver- 
mont. 

Almond Etta J, stenog Milwaukee Har- 
vester Co, h 75 W 1st. 

Almond John, elk, b 500 N Alabama. 

Alph Wallace, lab, h rear 273 Christian av. 

Aired Jesse J, molder, b 24 Merrit (H). 

Aired Lafayette C, molder, b 24 Merrit (H). 

Aired Wm R, lab, h 24 Merrit (H). 

Alsman Harvey G, elk When Clothing 
Store, h 554 N Alabama. 

Alsmeyer Henry W, lab, h 183 S Linden. 

Alsop Harry J, motorman, h 398*/^ College 
av. 

Alsop Thomas V, painter, h 136 Lynn av 
(W I). 

Altenbach Ferdinand, framemkr, b 80 Oak. 

Altenbaugh Joseph H, fireman, h 27 N Gale 
(B). 

Altenberger Frederick W, paste mnfr, 137 
W Maryland, r same. 

Altenburg Eugene, student, b 173 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Altenburg John D, elk, b 922 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Altenburg Sarah C (wid Henry E), h 922 
N New Jersey. 

Althoff August, carp, b 630 S Meridian. 

Althoff Felix H, engr, h 50 Chadwiek. 

Althouse Ellen W (wid Isaac), h 293 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Altland Hiram, h 43 Cornell av. 

Altland Mary C, teacher Public School No 
2, b 901 N Alabama. 

Altland Samuel H, elk Dalton Hat Co, h 
103 Highland pi. 

Altland Sarah M, h 901 N Alabama. 

Altland Titus, pressman, b 901 N Alabama. 

Altland Wm H, lab, b 43 Cornell av. 

Altland Wm L, ins agt, h 781 B Washing- 
ton. 

Altman Lloyd P, painter, h 385 S State av. 

Altmann Charles, lab, h 84 Downey. 

Altmann Frank, lab, h 927 Madison av. 

Altmann Herman, saloon, 586 Morris (W 
I), h 23 Kansas. 

Altman Katherina (wid Herman), h 927 
Madison av. 

Altmeyer Wm, lab, b 285 S Capitol av. 

Alton Gustave, lab, b 297 W Merrill. 

Altschul Adolph, elk Nathan Kahn, r 40 
Nebraska. 

Altum Reana, h 335 E Wabash. 

Alums Frank, lab, h 327 S Delaware. 

Alverson Harlan, jeweler, 547 W 22d (N I), 
h n e cor Eugene and Rader (N I). 

Alvey James H, bkkpr Hendrickson, Lefler 
& Co, h 739 N Penn. 

Alvis, see also Elvis. 

Alvis James C, b 77 Middle Drive (W P). 

Alvis Luther M. condr, h 17 Division (W I). 

Alyea Ida B (W S Shellhouse & Co), b 
168 B Vermont. 

Alyea Jane M (wid John), h 168 B Vermont. 

Amacher John M, canmkr, b 35 Hendricks. 

Amacher Melchior, lab, h 35 Hendricks. 



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Amann Anna (wid Frederick G), b 377 S 

Capitol av. 
Amann Gustave, porter Circle Park Hotel. 
Amberg- George, pub, b 134 W Otiio. 
Ambrose Alvis D, fireman, b 176 S Senate 

av. 
Ambrose Hannah (wid Maurice), h 251 

Bates. 
Ambrose Margeret (wid George W C), h 

176 S Senate av. 
Ambrose Sylvester, engr, h 504 S Capitol 

av. 
Ambrose Wm,' condr, b 176 S Senate av. 
Ambuhl John F, blksmith, 125 W 18th, h 1345 

N Senate av. 
Amer Alfred E, carp, h 149i/^ English av. 
America Loan and Savings Society. J M 

Cropsey pres, S L Douglass sec, 529 

Lemcke bldg. 

AMERICAN BONDING AND TRUST CO 
OF BALTIMORE CITY, W E Barton & 
Co Genl Agts, 504 Indiana, Trnst 
Bldgr; Long Distance Tel 1918. (See 
riglit bottom cor cards.) 

AMERICAN BUILDING AND LOAN AS- 
SOCIATION OP INDIANA, Datid W 
Coffin Pres, Rollin H McCrea Vice- 
Pres, Jesse Summers See, Georg-e N 
Catterson Treas, Letvis C Walker At- 
torney, 42-43 Lombard Bldg;; Tel 88. 

American Buncher Mnfg Co, Arthur A Mc- 
Kain pres, Charles T Boyer vice-pres, 
Joseph K Sharpe jr sec, Abraham R Nich- 
olas treas, 212 S Penn. 

AMERICAN COLLECTING AND RE- 
PORTING ASSOCIATION, Wm H Groft" 
Mngrr, Room 41-43 Baldwin BlU. 

AMERICAN DETECTIVE AGENCY, Har- 
ry C Webster Snpt, Room 12-14, 96y2 
E Market. 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO, Josepli D 
Brovm Agent, Offices 5 E Washing- 
ton; Tel .376; and 145 S Meridian; Tel 
1400; Stables 172, 174 and 176 W 
Georgia. 

American Federation of Labor, Samuel 
Gompers pres, August McCraith sec, John 
B Lennon treas, 29% E Market. 

American Fruit Co, John Furnas pres, Wm 
H Cross sec, James H Smith treas, 36 
W Washington. 

American Hotel, Joseph C Drummond 
propr, 84 S Illinois. 

AMERICAN MEDICAL COLLEGE, a 
University of Medicine, J C Hamil- 
ton Pres, Russell C Kelsey, M D, Sec, 
Wm H Sbackleton Treas, s e cor In- 
diana a-^- and California; Tel 1544. 

AMERICAN NONCONFORMIST THE, 
Charles X Mathews Editor, 24 S Ala- 
bama. 



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American Paper Pulley 
Mnfg Co), 180 S Penn. 

AMERICAN PLATE GLASS CO, Charles 
T Doxey Pres, Daniel M Ransdell Sec 
and Treas, 65-68 When Bldg; Tel 
1822. 



American Press Assn, 
mngr, 67 W Georgia. 



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INVESTING AGENTS, 

TOWN AND FARM LOANS, 
Rooms 325 to 330 Lemcke Bid;. 



AMERICAN STEEL CO THE, Daniel 
G Reid Pres, Clayton H Garvey Vice- 
Pres, Engene J Bnffington Sec, Wm 
B Leeds Treas, Clifford P Garvey 
Mngr, Mnfrs of Steel Ingots, Billetn 
and Rails, Senate av and Merrill; Tel 
303. 

AMERICAN SURETY CO OF NEW 
YORK, Albert W Wishard 2d Res 
Vice-Pres, Ernest V Clark Res Asst 
Sec, Rooms 106-10S Commercial Clnb 
Bldg; Tel 1539. 

AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELE- 
GRAPH CO, Gonvernenr Calhoun. 
Mngr, George G Martin Asst Mngr, 14 
S Meridian and 131 W 22d. 

AMERICAN TIN PLATE CO THE, W B 
Leeds Pres, John F Hazen Vice-Pres, 
D G Reid Treas, Rooms 805, 806 and 
807 Majestic Bldg; Tel 73. 

AMERICAN TOILET SUPPLY CO, 
Charles A Sellars Mngr, 26 S Illinois. 
(See adv in classilled Toilet Sup- 
plies.) 

AMERICAN TRIBUNE, American Trib- 
une Co Publishers and Proprietors, 
46 Journal Bldg. 

AMERICAN TRIBUNE CO (Philander H 
Fitzgerald), Publishers and Propri- 
etors Americaji Tribune, 46 Journal 
Bldg. 

American Tribune Soldier Colony Co, P H 
Fitzgerald pres and treas, B W Fitch 
sec, 46 Journal bldg. 

American Truss Fence Co, Benjamin C 
Koch pres, Tremont, 111, Thomas C 
Greene vice-pres, Tremont. Ill, Louis A 
Kinsey sec and treas, 11 W Pearl. 

American Union Savings Assn, Sylvester 
Johnson pres, Jesse W Brooks agt, 44i^ 
N Penn. 

AMERICAN WRINGER CO, Frank E 
Fuller Mngr, 27 Indiana av. 

Amick Charles P, contr, 1202 Morris (W I), 
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Amick Charles, condr, b 180 Christian av. 

Amick David C. condr, h 502 E 9th. 

Amick George L. fruits, 143 E Mkt House, 

h 4SS N California. 
Amick Howard H (Mahoney & Amick), 

h ISO Christian av. 
Amick Louisa J, grocer, 1202 Morris (W I), 

h same. 
Amiet Werner, mngr Circle Park Hotel. 
Ammerman George L, lab, h 497 E 11th. 
Ammerman Isaac N. lab, h 414 Newman. 
Ammerman James W, lab, h 346 N Pine. 
Ammerman Stephen A P, mach, h 114 New- 
man. 
Ammerman Wm, hostler, b 346 N Pine. 
Ammeroth August,, paperhngr, 412 Union, 

h same. 
Ammeroth John, lab, b 412 Union. 
Amos Arthur, blksmith, b 131 Union. 
Amos Benjamin, lab, h 200 W 6th. 
Amos Bertram, tel opr, h w s Harris av 5 s 

of C C C & St L Ry (M J). 
Amos Henrv C. tailor, r 27 Stewart pi. 
Amos Henry J, feed. 21 Oriental, h 23 same. 
Amos Isaac N. plumber, h 59 Traub av. 
Amos Jacob H. elk. h 231 Christian av. 
Amos James A. cook, r 193 W Washington. 
Amos John, letter carrier P O. h 31 Wilcox. 
Amos John C. mach. h 258 Lafayette av. 
Amos Lewis, lab. h 9 W Chesapeake. 
Amos Lydia C (wid James), h 170 Beacon. 
Amos Samuel, mach, h 247 Sheldon. 
Amos Wm H, mason, h n s Prultt 1 e of 

Fountain. 
Amschler Frederick, lab, b 650 S Illinois. 
Amsden Frederick E, watchman, h 203 N 

Noble. 
Amschler Louisa, h 650 S Illinois. 
Amsden Anna M (wid George W), h 203 N 

Noble. 
Amsden George, engr. h 203 N Noble. 
Amsler Frederick, lab, r 914 Madison av. 
Amt Benjamin, lab. h lOOM; Downey. 
Amt George (Surbey & Amt). h 24 Sullivan. 
Amt Henry J, foreman, h 53 Hendricks. 
Amthor Edwin J, elk, h 533 E Ohio. 
Amthor Ida (wid Frederick), b 427 E 

Georgia. 
Amthor Kate E. h 4.54 Virginia av. 
Amthor Oscar W, elk, b 533 E Ohio. 



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AMTHOR WM L. Wall Paper, 454 Vir- 
Srinla av, Ii 533 E2 Ohio. 

Anacker Christopher, carp, h 135 Lj^nn av 
(W I). 

Anacker George, carp, h 139 Nordyke av 
(W 1). 

Anacker John, carp, h 195 Hadley av (W I). 

Anderberg Martin, tailor, 2914 N Penn, h 212 
N Noble. 

Anderberg Nils, tailor, 43 Hubbard blk, h 
same. 

Anderegg Christian, wheelmnfr, cor Osgood 
and Vandalia R R (W I), h 441 N Mer- 
idian. 

Anderegg Edward C, bkkpr, b 441 N Mer- 
idian. 

Anderegg John A, h 792 N Senate av. 

Anders George R, tmstr, h 73 Oliver av (W 
I). 

Anders Lank, lab. h 606 N West. 

Andersen Anton C, lab, b 60 Gresham. 

Andersen Lawrence A, elk. b 426 S East. 

Andersen Martin, carp, h 60 Gresham. 

Andersen Niels, coffee roaster, h 426 S East. 

Anderson Addison L, grocer, 113 Ft Wayne 
av. h HI same. 

Anderson Albert, tinner, h 652 N West. 

Anderson Albert C, engr, h 498 W Chicago 
(N I). 

Anderson Alfred, lab, h n w cor Miller and 
Sheffleld av (W I). 

Anderson Allen S, dynamo opr, r 86 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Anderson Alma H (wid Edward), b 892 W 
Morris (W I). 

Anderson Alvin C, molder, b 10 Minerva. 

Anderson Aquilla, b 74 Fulton. 

Anderson Arthur F, mach. h 645 Mass av. 

Anderson Arvine P, elk C C C & St L Ry, 
b 24 Miley av. 

Anderson August, brieklyr, b 39 N Ala- 
bama. 

Anderson Benjamin F, finisher, b 10 Min- 
erva. 

Anderson Caroline (wid Henry S), h 71 
Cornell av. 

Anderson Catherine (wid Abner), h 78S E 
Market. 

Anderson Charles, carp, 28 N New Jersey, 
h same. 

Anderson Charles G, butcher, b 34i^ Chad- 
wick. 

Anderson Clara, officer Indiana Reform- 
atory, b same. 

Anderson Clarence C, condr, h 98 Cliffcrd 
av. 

Anderson Clarence E, pressnian, h 2'> Nea-- 
man. 

Anderson C Wesley, student, h 42 Henry. 

Anderson David E, vet surg, 266 E Wash- 
ington, r 2621/^ same. 

Anderson Don A, phys, 402 Virginia av, h 
same. 

Anderson Edgar D, stenog C C C & St L 
Ry, b 286 Springfield. 

AXDERSOX ELI W, Dentist, 371/2 E 
AV^asliingrton (over Boyd, Besten & 
Lanjeren Co), h. 448 N Meridian; Tel 
1315. 

Anderson Emanuel, lab, r 3iy2 Columbia al. 
Anderson Emma, stenog, b 217 Park av. 
Anderson Fidelia, teacher High School, h 

.307 N Delaware. 
Anderson Prank, lab, h 222 Yandes. 
Anderson Frank, mach hd, h 43 Clifford av. 
Anderson George, carp, 180 E Court, h 185 

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Anderson George, lab, h rear 565 W Shoe- 
maker (N 1). 

Anderson George, lab, b 73 Woodburn av 
(W I). 

Anderson George, lab, b 100 Wright. 

Anderson George E, farmer, h 113 W 10th. 

Anderson George P, sec Crown Hill Ceme- 
tery, h 333 Michigan (H). 

Anderson Grant U, brakeman, b 74 Fulton. 

Anderson Hamilton, cook, b 270 Yandes. 

Anderson Hans, lab. h 991 S Meridian. 

Anderson Hans, molder, h 43 Haugh (H). 

Anderson Harry, cabtmkr. b 74 Fulton. 

Anderson Harvey, h 221 Pleasant. 

Anderson Plenry, collr, b 191 E Market. 

Anderson Henry, lab, r 32 N Senate av. 

Anderson Henry C. h 1(5G Pleasant. 

Anderson Ida (wid Thomas), h rear 135 E 
Pratt. 

Anderson Irvin E^ barber, r 128 W Vermont. 

Anderson James, dep constable, 20^^ N Del- 
aware, b 221 E Wabash. 

Anderson James, egg packer, b 191 E Mar- 
ket. 

Anderson James, lab, h 27 Meikel. 

Anderson James, lab, r 182 W Market. 

Anderson James B, lab, r 81 Muskingum al. 

Anderson James E, phys, 2 Grand Opera 
House blk, h 871 N Meridian. 

Anderson James G, plastr, b 66 Arbor av 
(W I). 

Anderson James S, collr, h 251 Blake. 

Anderson James S, sec Masons' Union Life 
Association, 8-9 Masonic Temple, h 980 N 
Illinois. 

Anderson James T, agt, h 437 Ash. 

Anderson James T jr, trav agt Van Camp 
H and I Co, h 794 N Capitol av. 

Anderson James W, mach opr Indpls Jour- 
nal, b 231 Hamilton av. 

Anderson John, lab, b 41 Guffln. 

Anderson John, lab, h 991 S Meridian. 

Anderson John, trav agt, r 161^/2 Mass av. 

Anderson John A. bartndr. h 269 N Noble. 

Anderson John C, lab, h 54 Mayhew. 

Anderson John C. lab, h 24 Miley av. 

Anderson John P, barber, 108 Ft Wayne av, 
h same. 

Anderson John H, h 181 Brookside av. 

Anderson John H, teacher Public School 
No 40. h 186 Minerva. 

Anderson John J, h 897 N Alabama. 

Anderson John S, lab, h 184 N Dorman. 

Anderson John W, cooper, h 10 Minerva. 

Anderson John W, lab, b 788 E Market. 

Anderson John W, switchman, h 311 N Pine. 

Anderson Joseph, lab, b 149 Geisendorff. 

Anderson Joseph, waiter, h 131 Douglass. 

Anderson Joseph, fireman, h w s Cushing 
1 s of 17th. 

Anderson Julia (wid Winfield S), b 317 Da- 
vidson. 

Anderson Leman C, notions, 177 W 12th, h 
same. 

Anderson Lewis J, fireman, h 81 N Gillard 
av. 

Anderson Lida M (wid James A), h 252% 
Mass av. 

Anderson Lou, waiter Ross House. 

Anderson Lucien, trav agt, r 45 Indiana av. 

Anderson L Emery, lab, h 511 Addison 
(N I). 

ANDERSON MADS P, Furniture, Stoves, 
Coal, Coke, Wood, ICindliug, Storage, 
Kurniture Paelccr and Transfer, JSSl- 
3S5 Cedar, h 387 S East. 

Anderson Margaret, stenog, b 217 Park av. 

Anderson Margaret (wid John), b 48 S Gale 
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Anderson Martha, h 31i/^ Virginia av. 

Anderson Martha E. teacher Public School 
No 42, b 49 Hosbrook. 

Anderson Martin, lab, h 210 Miller (W I). 

Anderson Martin C, contr, 41 Hoyt av, h 
same. 

Anderson Mary J (wid Elijah J), h 49 Hos- 
brook. 

Anderson Matthew H, mach, h 48 S Gale 
(B). 

Anderson Morton, coachman 1012 N Penn. 

Anderson Oliver P, plumber, h 304 S Penn. 

Anderson Oliver R. woodwkr, b 24 Miley 
av. 

Anderson Owen, carp, r 224 N New Jersey. 

Anderson Park, elk. b 24 Miley av. 

Anderson Peter, stairbldr, h 337 Picking. 

Anderson Reuben C, lab. b 312 E Court. 

Anderson Robert, cook Hotel English. 

Anderson Robert B, carp, h 1771/2 W 12th. 

Anderson Robert B, porter, h 600 W North. 

Anderson Robert G, h 5 Carlos. 

Anderson Rolla D, elk, b 980 N Illinois. 

Anderson Samuel, grocer, 97 Maple, h same. 

Anderson Sarah A (wid Isaac J), h 607 "W 
22d (N I). 

Anderson Sherman, mach hd, b 74 Fulton. 

Anderson Stephen, foreman, h 191 Hoyt av. 

Anderson Thomas, carp, h 635 N West. 

Anderson Victoria (wid John J), b 159 Bu- 
chanan. 

Anderson Walter, carp, h 441 W Addison 
(N I). 

Anderson "V^'illard C, cook, b 207 W 1st. 

Anderson Wm, b 191 E Market. 

Anderson Wm, coachman, h 5 Lafayette. 

Anderson Wm, cook Sherman House, b 27 
Meikel. 

Anderson "Wm, lab, h rear 227 Howard. 

Anderson ~WTn, pipefitter, h 58 Walcott. 

Anderson Wm, wagonmkr, h 265 English av. 

Anderson Wm A, lab. b 991 S Meridian. 

Anderson Wm E, carp, h 15 Hosbrook. 

Anderson Wm H, b 500 N West. 

Anderson Wm H, barber, r 175 W North. 

Anderson Wm O, cashr The McGilliard 
Agency Co. h 217 Park av. 

Anderson Willis, lab, h w s Caroline av 3 
n of 17th. 



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Co. b S62 Grandview av. 
Andies George, condr. b 678 W "Washington. 
Anding Charles, blksmith, b John H 

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h w- s Auburn av 6 s of English av 
Andler Frederick, carriage trimmer, h WVz 
E Washington. 

O Andler Rose A. h 316 E New York. 

S Andress John R, actor, h 1921/2 W Washing- 
^<^ ton. 

^ Andress Lan S, barber, s e cor 9th and 

j: Yandes, h same. 
2 Andrew Grant L. lab, h 7 Hill. 
Z. Andrew Grant W, elk, b 7 Hill. 

3 Andrew John B, real est, h 236 E Morris. 
Andrew Margaret, b 19S Blake. 
fl. Andrew Mary R (wid Wm), b 46 Spann av. 
^ Andrew Richard H, watchman, h 173 
Q Yandes. 

090 O Andre w-s Abram, waiter, h 88 N New Jersey. 
n Andrews Albert A, cigarmkr, h 50 Wallack. 
• Andrews Almin W, lab, b 127 E 8th. 

O Andrews Charles, cook, b 141 W Washing- 
ton. 
O Andrews Charles E, sawmkr, h 1674 N Penn. 
. Andrews Charles H, agt, b 80 W 5th. 
3tf Andrews Dora, motorman, h 321 S Dela- 
K ware. 
fy't O Andrews Dyke, porter, b 280 Fayette. 
fcij 5 Andrews Earnest L, painter, 70y2 E Court, 
^ Q h 629 Home av. 

r^ O AXDREAVS EDGAR C, Mannfactnrer of 

^^ "* Lanmlry and Toilet Soaps, Factory 

fr Drover ss of Morris Street Bridg'e 

(hM (W I), h 201 Eureka a.v; Tel 404. 

Andrews Edward, lab, b 631 W Michigan. 
• Andrews Edward G C, waiter, r 88 N New 
B Jersey. 

£ Andrews Emma M (wid Frank), r IIW2 E 
~ Washington. 

0) Andrews Frederick E, collr, b 261 Eureka 
— av. 

Andrews George, driver, h 73 Oliver av 






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Andrews John, lab, b w s Wheeler 1 n of 

Park (B). 
Andrews John T, carp, h 129i^ Newman. 
Andrews John W, cooper, h rear 669 E 

Washington. 
Andrews Josephine (wid Victor), h 127 E 

Sth. 
Andrews Katherine, elk V T Malott, b 872 
N Delaware. 

Andrews Maria (wid Solomon), b 292 Clif- 
ford av. 

Andrews Morgan, lab, h 319 W Morris. 

Andrews Phoebe (wid Julius), h 17 Hill. 

Andrews Richard H, watchman, h 173 
Yandes. 

Andrews Robert, lab, h 319 W Morris. 

Andrews Sarah B (wid Edwin H), r 444 N 
Meridian. 

Andrews Stella M, dressmkr, 45 Russell av, 
h same. 

Andrews The Tailor, Manny E Cohen 
mngr, s e cor Illinois and Washington. 

Andrews Thomas, driver, h 294 Highland 
av. 

Andrews Wm, lab, h w s James 2 n of 
Bloyd av (B). 

Andrews Wm, lab, b 23 N New Jersey. 

Andrews Wm A, painter, b 241 N Delaware. 

Andrews Wm H, mach, h 430 Martindale 
av. 

Andrews Wm H, soapmkr, h 45 Russell a\-. 

Andrews Wm W, elk Emil Wulschner & 
Son, h 162 Laurel. 

Andri Wilhelmina (wid John), h 326 E New 
York. 

Androvette Glass Co The, Edward Schur- 
mann mngr, 6 Odd Fellows' blk, tel 1679. 

Andrus Ida M, teacher Public School No 
1, b 39 Christian av. 

Andrus Matilda S (wid Reuben), r 39 Chris- 
tian av. 

Aneshaensel Adolph, mach, b 11 Carlos. 

Aneshaensel Charles, h 55 Union. 

Aneshaensel Charles jr (C Aneshaensel & 
Co), h 359 Park av. 

ANESHAENSEL C & CO (Charles An- 
eshaensel Jr), Plumbers, Steam and 
Gas Fitters. Marion BlU, 103 N Me- 
ridian; Tel 850. 

Aneshaensel Julius J, mach hd, h 11 Carlos. 

Aneshaensel Otto (Aneshaensel & Prinzler), 
h 552 E Market. 

Aneshaensel Walter, millinery trimmings, 
1431/2 S Meridian, h 75 W Vermont. 

Aneshaensel & Prinzel (Otto Aneshaensel, 
Louis V Prinzel) plumbers, 145 Virginia 
av. 

Ange Mary F (wid Theodore), b 477 N New 
Jersey. 

Anger Clara K, b 181 E South. 

Anger Henry L, tinner, h 181 B South. 

Angle Abel R, condr, h 23 W 1st. 

Angove John A, r 88 W Ohio. 

Angrick Andrew, butcher, b 326 Clifford av. 

Angrick Anton, lab, h 247 W Morris. 

Angrick August, lab, h 47 Vinton. 

Angrick Carl, lab, b 23 Thomas. 

Angrick Frank, lata, h 39 N Judge Harding 
(W I). 

Angus Henry, lab, b 889 Morris (W I). 

ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING ASSO- 
CIATION, Jacob L. Bieler Mnj?r In- 
dianapolis Branch, 454-458 E Ohio; 
Tel 1087. 

Anhier Anthony E, watchman, r 99 N New 
Jersey. 

Ankenbrock C Wm, grocer, 326 Clifford av, 
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Ankenbrock Frank G, driver, h 83 High. 

Ankenbrock Henry H, h 385 S Deleware. 

Ankenbrock Henry W, bartndr, h 233 E 
Louisiana. 

Ankenbrock Joseph P. trav agt, h 212 E 
Morris. 

Ankenbrock Peter S, printer, h 385 S Dela- 
ware. 

Ankeney Jacob, h 202 E Market. 

Ankeney Sarah, b 202 E Market. 

Annabil Anna M, h 79 N Alabama. 

Annabil Ira M, h 79 N Alabama. 

Annan Charles, lab 150 W Vermont. 

Ansburg Joseph, lab. h 242 Tremont av (H). 

Anschuetz Edward, cigarmkr, 548 Virginia 
av, b 7 Buchanan. 

Anschuetz Gustav. patternmkr, h 7 Bu- 
chanan. 

Anselm George G, molder, h 223 Bismajck 
av (H). 

Anselm John J, printer, h 125 Laurel. 

Anselm Mary A (wid Joseph F), h 6 Smith- 
son. 

Ansley Wm W, detective, r 17 Grand Opera 
House blk. 

Ante Jacob J, lab, h 437 Union. 

Ante Louis, painter, cor Meridian and Rus- 
sell av, h 572 S Illinois. 

Anterelli George L, paperhngr, h 3061^ E 
"Washington. 

Anterelli James, paperhngr, b 308 E Wash- 
ington. 

Anterelli Louis, confr, 308 E Washington, h 
same. 

Anthes Jacob, lab, h 500 S New Jersey. 

ANTHOKY EMANUEL,, Pliysician, 90 
Mass a,v, li 309 N IVe^v Jersey; Tel 
1403, 

ANTHOIVY E GROA^E, Physician (Eye. 
Ear, Nose and Tliroat), 93 Mass av, 
li 309 IV New Jersey; Tel 1403. 

ANTHONY JAMES R, Physician, 405 
College av, li same; Tels 1857 and 
263. 

Anthony Sarah M (wid Francis M), h 44 
Catharine. 

Anthony Virgil S T, elk, b 405 College av. 

Anton Wm, engr, b 1681/4 W Washington. 

Antrim Alfred W, bkkpr R W Furnas, h 
28 Newman. 

Antrim George D, buttermkr, h 99 N Beville 
av. 

Antrim Joel B, engr, h 84 N Dorman. 

Antrim Martin J, packer, b 167 B Vermont. 

Antrobus Charles, lab, h 417 S Missouri. 

Antrobus Elizabeth (wid John), b 417 S 
Missouri. 

Antrobus Frank, lab, b 417 S Missouri. 

Apel, see also Abel and Ebel. 

Apel Harry, sander, b 182 N Senate av. 

Apel Minnie, stenog H C Webster, b 210 
Lexington av. 

Apert Ellen (wid David), b 218 B Market. 

Apert Joseph, enameler, b 218 E Market. 

Appel Edward, bookbndr, r 382 N Senate 
av. 

Appel John J (Gregory & Appel), h 387 
Broadway. 

Appel Joseph S, elk. h ISO Mass av. 

Appel Lydia K, h 180 Mass av. 

Apperson Mary, b 95 N Meridian. 

Apple Anna L, confr, 750 N Senate av, h 
same. 

Apple Rebecca A (wid James M), b 189 
Columbia av. 

Apple Elmer, condr, r 8 Poplar (B). 

Apple Frank, switchtndr, b s s Pendleton 
av i/i mile e (B). 



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Apple Hervey, carp, h 128 Columbia av. 

Apple Silas W, motorman, h 750 N Senate 
av. 

Appleby Madian H Rev, pastor North In- 
dianapolis M E Church, h 509 W Eugene 
(N I). 

Appleby Sarah R (wid Robert), b 41 High- 
land pi. 

Appleby Wm J, paperhngr, h 406 W Pratt. 

Applegarth Susan W, b 172 E Ohio. 

Applegate Augustus W, supt Wm B Bur- 
ford, h 475 N Capitol av. 

Applegate Cassius M, lab, b 162 Harrison. 

Applegate David S, mail elk The Bates, r 



24 Stewart pi. 
Applegate Edgar T, 

484 N Senate av. 
Applegate Edwin D, 



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carp, h 245 N Liberty. 

Applegate George, carp, b 127 N Alabama. 

Applegate Harry R, student, r 124 N Me- 
ridian. 

Applegate Hiram, huckster, h 150 Evison. 

Applegate Ida M. bkkpr Elite Portrait and 
Frame Co, b 27 Hudson. 

Applegate John H, switchman, h 53 Taco- 
ma av. 

Applegate Kate (wid Isaiah), teacher Pub- 
lic School No 5, b 39 Christian av. 

Applegate Lauren F, com mer, 90 S Dela- 
ware, h 224 Muskingum al. 

Applegate Stella, nurse, h 276 N Illinois. 

Applegate "Wm A (W A Applegate & Co), 
h 28 Central av. 

Applegate Wm F, foreman, h 20 Woodside 
av. 

Applegate W A & Co (Wm A Applegate), 
mdse brokers, 32 S Meridian. 

Appleget Bert L, lab, h 65 Bismarck av 
(H). 

Applegett George W, lab, h w s Waverly 4 
n of Bloyd av (B). 

Appleton Pearl E, stenog, r 137% Mass av. 

Appleton James A, buyer D P Erwin & Co 
104 S Meridian, h 69 W 1st. 

Arantz Wm F, filer, h 167 Coburn. 

Arbaugh Archibald M, stenog Daniel Stew- 
art Co, h w s National av 3 s of P C C & 
St L Ry (I). 

Arbuckle Alexander H, letter carrier P O, 
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^ (D Arbuckle Alonzo A, elk "Ward Bros, h 155 
<< <^ Elm. 

"" Arbuckle Andrew L, blksmith, h 56 Hollo- 
© ^ wav av. 

■^ Z Arbuckle Bennett M (M Arbuckle & Son), 
■^ O h 323 Bellefontaine. 

^I Arbuckle Charles A, elk Ward Bros Drug 
2 Q. Co. h 155 Elm. 
^ U Arbuckle Edward L, blksmith, b 175 Law- 

. — ' rence. 
c/3 ^ Arbuckle Edward O, condr, b 69 W 13th. 
O *" Arbuckle Frank, finisher, b 16S Bright. 
g Arbuckle George W, blksmith, h 235 New- 
man. 
-~. Arbuckle James F, blksmith, s e cor Pen- 
dleton av and Rural, h 175 Lawrence. 
Arbuckle John W, painter, h 138 Lawrence. 
Arbuckle Matthew (M Arbuckle & Son), h 
ISl College av. 

ARBUCKLE M & SON (Mattliew and 
Bennett M), Real Estate and Loans, 
63 E Market; Tel 1680. 

Arbuckle Oscar A, lab, h 175 Lawrence. 

Arbuckle Samuel S, helper, h 168 Bright. 

Arbuckle Susannah S (wid Samuel), h 57 
Yandes. 

Arbuckle Walter E, elk M Arbuckle & Son, 
b 181 College av. 

Arbuckle Wm, brakeman, r 140 N East. 

Arbuckle Wm B, helper, b 57 Yandes. 

Archbold Charles E, music teacher, 25 N 
Spruce, h same. 

Archbold Edgar P, mach, b 25 N Spruce. 

Archbold John F, b 25 N Spruce. 

Archdeacon Wm, pickles, 248 S Meridian, 
h 106 Ruckle. 

Archdeacon Wm H, bkkpr, b 106 Ruckle. 

Archer Alexander M, pres The Adamant 
Wall Plaster Co, h 34 Brookside av. 

Archer Charles M, lab, h e s Baltimore av 
2 n of 17th. 

Archer Frank P, mngr Indianapolis Mort- 
gage Loan Co, 10 Thorpe blk, h w s Na- 
tional avlsofCH&DRR (I). 

Archer James C, condr, h 440 W Francis 
(N I). 

Archer Thomas B, m.er police, h 157 Har- 
rison. 



PERSONAL AND PROMPT 

ATTENTION GIVEN TO 
COLLECTIONS. 

ITlerchants' and inanufacturers' 
Exchange . 

J. E. TAKKEN, Manager, 

19 Union Building, T.i West Maryland Street. 



Archer Tunis V, teacher Deaf and Dumb 
Inst, b 714 E Washington. 

Archibald Garrett A (P B Ault & Co), h 
30 The Blacherne. 

Archibald Orson, teacher Deaf and Dumb 
Inst. 

Archibald Wm, brakeman, b 29 Madison av. 

Arens, see also Ahrens. 

Arens Frank J, saloon, 249 E Morris, h 37 
Coburn. 

Arens Franz X, pres Metropolitan School 
of Music, h 678 N Capitol av. 

Arens Hermon J, pressman, b 37 Coburn. 

Arens Samuel, elk, h 240 E Vermont. 

Arens Wm F, bottler, b 37 Coburn. 

Argadine Elmer C, real est, h 543 Jefferson 
av. 

Argue Mary J (wid John), b 928 N New 
Jersey. 

Arheim Mary (wid Bernhard), b 419 S Cap- 
itol av. 

Arington Samuel, lab, h 32 Becher. 

Armack Frederick, mach, b 5 S Station 
(B). 

Armaeost Sarah (wid Aaron, B), b 22 Lud- 
low av. 

Armborst Frank, lab, b 620 S West. 

Armbruster Eva M (Armbruster & Wind- 
horst), h 79 S West. 

Armbruster John J, h 79 S West. 

Armburster John J jr, molder, b 79 S West. 

Armbruster Julius, printer, b 74 Woodlawn 
av. 

Armbruster & Windhorst (Eva M Armbrus- 
ter, Anna M Windhorst), dressmkrs, 251/^ 
W Washington. 

Armel Albert, driver, h 76 S Spruce. 

Armel Charles, driver, b 76 S Spruce. 

Armel Clarence, shademkr, h 76 S Spruce. 

Armentrout George S, lab, h 252 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Armentrout James, b 33 W 22d. 

Armer Albert W, packer, h 754 Chestnut. 

Armer Austin, painter, b 754 Chestnut. 

Armer David S. h 754 Chestnut. 

Armer Flavins E, molder, b 754 Chestnut. 

Armer Harry W, painter, h 591i^ S Mer- 
idian. 

Armer Lester, baker, b 754 Chestnut. 

Armes Richard M, electrician, r 27 The 
Windsor. 

Armistead George, lab, r 167 E South. 

Armitage James E, bartndr, b 198% Mass 
av. 

Armitage James H, lab, h 198V^ Mass av. 

Armitage Wm, paperhngr, b 89 Indiana av. 

Armitage Wm H, bartndr, b 198i/^ Mass av. 

Armitstead Harry, carp, h 126 Clarke. 

Armitstead James C, grocer, 36 Malott av, 
h 88 Ludlow av. 

Armistead Mary E, dry goods, 36 Malott 
av, h 88 Ludlow av. 

Armond David, carrlagemkr, h 189 Highland 
av. 

Armstead Wm A, carp, h 425 Lafayette. 

Armstrong Albert A, lab, b 14 Concordia. 

Armstrong Alonzo, lab, h 176i^ Sheffield av 
(H). 

Armstrong Calvin C, engr, h 29 Blooming- 
ton. 

Armstrong Catherine E (wid Leander V), 
b 181 N California. 

Armstrong Charles L, fireman, b 1100 W 
Washingtoii (H). 

Armstrong Charles W, elk John A Craig, r 
84 W Vermont 

Armstrong Clarence M, drayman, h 84 
Fletcher av. 

Armstrong Dink, lab, b 32 Hiawatha. 



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Armstrong- Douglas K, teacher, h 916 Mor- 
ris (W I). 

Armstrong- Douglass J, brakeman, b 2-15 
W South. 

Armstrong Ed-win J (E J and J W Arm- 
strong), h 550 W 22d (N I). 

Armstrong Edwin J and James W, ice, 223 
W Walnut. 

Armstrong Fernando W, brakeman, h 216 
Bates. 

Armstrong Frank W, ins agt, h 396 Broad- 
way. 

Armstrong Fra.iklin P, condr, h 61 S Sum- 
mit. 

Armstrong George, elk Indiana Paper Co, 
b 310 S Penn. 

Armstrong George, lab. h e s Line 3 s of 
Washington av (I). 

Armstrong George C, elk McCormick H M 
Co. b 500 Ash. 

Armstrong George W (D H Baldwin & Co), 
r Cincinnati, O. 

Armstrong Harvey J. mach hd, h 664 E 
St Clair. 

Armstrong Hattie J (wld Thomas N), h 285 
Sheffield av (H). 

Armstrong Henry, collr, r 26 W New York. 

Armstrong Ira, mach, b 383 Martindale av. 

Armstrong James H, mach hd, h rear 664 
E St Clair. 

Armstrong James M, state mngr Covenant 
Mut Life Ass'n, 48 Journal bldg, h 194 N 
Delaware. 

Armstrong James W (E J and J W Arm- 
strong, h n s Highland av 1 w of North- 
western av (N I). 

Armstrong John N, carp, b n s Willow 1 e 
of Briglitwood av (B). 

Armstrong John T, barber, h 122 W New 
York. 

Armstrong John T, peddler, r 23 N West. 

Armstrong John W, lab. h 34 Roanoke. 

ARMSTRONG I^AUNDRY. Armstrong & 
Reamne Proprietors, 120-130 W 
Maryland, Office 70 S Illinois; Tel SOS. 

Armstrong Lucius, lab, h 22Si/^ Muskingum 

al. 
Armstrong Morrow P, h 60 W 5th. 
Armstrong Morton W, elk I D & W Ry, b 

60 W 5th. 
Armstrong Oscar G, engr, r 36 S Capitol av. 
Armstrong Richard F, trav agt Wm H 

Armstrong, b 373 N Delaware. 
Armstrong Robert B, helper, h 85 Cornell 

av. 
Armstrong Robert M, elk The Progress 

Clothing Co, h 93 N Arsenal av. 
Armstrong Royal O, elk Indiana Paper Co, 

b 310 S Penn. 
Armstrong Russell B, barber, r 1 Ryan blk. 
Armstrong Samuel C, lab, h 53 Tremont av 

(H). 
Armstrong Sarah (wid Robert), nurse, 261 

Mass av, h same. 
Armstrong Sig M (Armstrong & Reaume 

and Mather & Armstrong), h 331 E Mar- 
ket. 
Armstrong Thomas D, elk R M S, h 500 

Ash. 
Armstrong Thomas L (Armstrong & Car- 

mony), b 143 N Alabama. 
Armstrong Thomas P, carp, h 102 Bates. 
Armstrong Washington, lab, h 349 Colunabla 

av. 
Armstrong Wm, supt of bldg Indiana Trust 

Co, h 133 W 6th. 
Armstrong Wm H (Wm H Armstrong & 

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ARMSTRONG WM H & CO (Wm H Arm- 
strong, E^mil "Willbrandt), Snrgical 
Instrnment BInfrs, 77 S Illinois: Tel 
938. 

Armstrong Wm J, engr, r 315 E Ohio. 
Armstrong Wm M, lab, h 32 Hosbrook. 
Armstrong & Carmony (Thomas L Arm- 
strong, Fred Carmony), livery, 80 E Court. 

ARMSTRONG & REAUME (Sig 31 Arm- 
strong, Mrs John A Reanme), Proprs ' 
Armstrong La-undry, 126-130 W 
Maryland, Office 70 S Illinois; Tel 

SOS. 

Arn Kate M (wid Frederick J), h 623 E Mar- I 
ket. 

Arnald Thomas B, trav agt, h 351 Park av. 

Arndt August F, shoemkr, 217 E Morris, h 
same. 

Arndt Charles H, molder, b 889 Morris (W I 
I). ' 

Arndt Lillian M, teacher, b 894 Morris (W 
I). 

Arnett Wm N, elk, b 2 Hill av. 

Arnholter Edward F, harnessmkr, b 57S Vir- 
ginia av. 

Arnholter Henry, harness, 572 Virginia av, 
h 578 same. 

Arnholter Henry jr, grocer, 564 Virginia av, 
b 578 same. 

Arnholter Wm H, harnessmkr, b 578 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Arnold Abraham A, ironwkr, b 68 Yandes. 

Arnold Alvin, attendant Insane Asylum. 

Arnold Andrew, brakeman, h 175 Buchanan. 

Arnold Anna M, housekpr 1094 N Meridian. 

Arnold Arthur, engr, h 68 Miley av. 

Arnold Barbara (wid Peter), h 84 Bright. 

Arnold Benjamin F, student, r 367 N Ala- 
bama. 

Arnold Charles, mach hd, r 156 W Wash- 
ington. 

Arnold Charles, plastr, h 191 Yandes. 

Arnold Charles C, tmstr, h 188 Lexington 
av. 

Arnold Charles H, watchman, h 402 Clifford 
av. 

Arnold Charles P, lab, h 132 Winchester. 



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Arnold Elizabeth (wid Eugene), h 10 How- 
ard. 
Arnold Eugene E, coachman, h 10 Howard. 
Arnold Frances E, h 342 S New Jersey. 
Arnold Frances G (wid Charles B), music 

teacher 513 W McLene (N I), b same. 
Arnold Frank, lab, b 361 W Merrill. 
Arnold Frank A, mer police, h 133 Forest 

av. 
Arnold Franklin R, city fireman, b 227 

Blake. 
Arnold George, mach hd, b 271 N Noble. 
Arnold George C, mach hd, b 225 Clinton. 
Arnold George D, lab, b 116 Blackford. 
Arnold George N, jeweler, b 227 Blake. 
Arnold George S (Condit & Arnold), h 6 S 

Linden. 
Arnold George S. driver Am Ex Co, h 68 W 

6th. 
Arnold George W, lab, h 148 Martindale av. 
Arnold George W. lab, h 490 Sheldon. 
Arnold Harriet A, (wid Theodore W), h 

rear 274 N Alabama. 
Arnold Herman G, meats, 502 S Capitol av, 

h same. 
Arnold Jacob (Clifford & Arnold), h 651/2 In- 
diana av. 
Arnold Jane (wid Willis), b 93 N Arsenal 

av. 
Arnold John, bartndr, h 219 W Maryland. 
Arnold John, lab, h 586 Jefferson av. 
Arnold John, porter, b 25 S Delaware. 
Arnold John, well driver, b 191 Yandes. 
Arnold John B, expressman, b 233 Naomi. 
Arnold John D, b 402 Clifford av. 
Arnold John T. finisher, h 12 Ludlow av. 
Arnold John W, h 372 N New Jersey. 
Arnold Joseph, brakeman, h 1092 W New 

York. 
Arnold Joseph, motorman, h w s Gladstone 

av 2 n of Washington. 
Arnold Joseph C, ins agt, b 285 S Capitol 

av. 
Arnold Justin A, trav agt Hide, Leather 

and Belting Co, h 484 Central av. 
Arnold Louis, molder, h 306 S Meridian. 
Arnold Martitia C, produce, 39 E Mkt 

House, b 139 Davidson. 
Arnold Mary (wid Charles), b 26 Riley blk. 




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Arnold Mai-y E, h 116 Blackford. 

Arnold Mary E (wid Taylor), h 212 E Ver- 
mont. 

Arnold Michael F, city agt, h 227 Blake. 

Arnold Philip H, driver, h rear 29 Palmer. 

Arnold Richard C. janitor, h 102 Park av. 

Arnold Richard C jr, trav agt, h 442 Tal- 
bott av. 

Arnold Robert F, paperhngr, b 328 E Wash- 
ington. 

Arnold Thomas C, watchman, b 509 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Arnold Thomas J, huckster, b 139 Davidson. 

Arnold Wm, bricklyr, b 131 Columbia av. 

Arnold Wm A E, grocer, 534 Park av, h 
722 Ash. 

Arnold Wm E, capt Hose Co No 11, h 21" 
Fletcher av. 

Arnold Wm H, coremkr, h 34 Gresham. 

Arnold Wm M, city sanitary insp, h 217 
Keystone av. 

Arnouil Eugene, lab, b 247 W Morris. 

Arnouil Louis, saloon, 253 W Morris, h 247 
same. 

Arnouil Louis C, elk, b 247 W Morris. 

ARRICK CLIFFORD, Miigr Insurance 
Dept Union Trust Co and State Agt 
Washington Life Insurance Co of 
New York, 68 E Market, h 739 IV Dela- 
TFare; Tel 1576. 

Arrold Majtha (wid Wm), b 118 Woodlawn 
av. 

Arschafsky David, shoemkr, b 283 E Wash- 
ington. 

Arschafsky Harris, shoemkr, 283 E Wash- 
ington, h same. 

Arszman Henry J, solr, h 95 Minerva. 

Arterburn Anna C (wid Joseph), b 9 S Gale 
(B). 

Arthur Charles H, condr, h 328 E 12th. 

Arthur Eliza (wid Napoleon B), h rear 528 
Virginia av. 

Arthur Elizabeth, h rear 528 Virginia av. 

Arthur Elizabeth (wid Wm), h 319 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Arthur Frank W, elk, b 528 Virginia av. 

Arthur Hamilton, student, r 4 Miller blk. 

Arthur John, plumber, 238 Indiana av, h 
rear 319 N California. 

Arthur Wm, elk. h 14 Cincinnati. 

Artificial Ice and Cold Storage Co, Sterling 
R Holt pres, Mathias Garver vice-pres. 
Charles W Donson sec and treas, 197 W 
New York. 

Artis Calvin, janitor, h 125 Darnell. 

Artis Eli, barber, 145 W Merrill, h same. 

Artist Everett D, grocer, n s Sutherland 1 e 
of Rural (B), b e s James 3 n of Divi- 
sion (B). 

Artist Gray B, lab, h e s James 2 n of Di- 
vision (B). 

Artist Hannah (wid John), h e s James 1 
n of Division (B). 

Artist John, lab, b Margaret Artist. 

Artist Margaret (wid Jonathan), h e s 
James 2 n of Division (B). 

Artz Louis J C, mach hd, h 87 Wisconsin. 

Asbury Benjamin S, lab, h 82 Bates. 

Asbury John, lab, h 175 W 6th. 

Asbury John G, trav agt, ta 361 Ramsey av. 

Asbury Joseph, lab, h 395 Columbia av. 

Asbury Mary A, h 58 Thomas. 

Asch Adolph, patrolman, h 124 S Olive. 

Asch Louis, watchman, b 606i/^ Virginia av. 

Ash Frank, h 12 Henry. 

Ash Isaac, trav agt, h 544 Jefferson av. 

Ash John. lab. h 298 S East. 

Ash Richard, lab, h w s Miami 6 s of Pros- 
pect (N). 



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Ashbaugh Harry C, bra.keman, h 7 Depot 

CB). 
Ashbaugh John H. baggage master, h 161 

Christian av. 
Ashbaug-h Walter E, bkkpr, b 161 Christian 

av. 
Ashbey Jacob, hostler, b 195 Middle. 
Ashbrook Nellie P, teacher Public School 

No. 3, b 1008 N Delaware. 
Ashby Alice, nurse, r 147 N Penn. 
Ashby Daniel W, lab, h 322 Blake. 
Ashbv John H, elk Dye, Valodin & Co, b 

251 Howard (W I). 
Ashbv Samuel, lawyer, GSVz E Market, h 

1673 N Capitol av. 
Ashby Smith B, lab, b 322 Blake. 
Ashcraft Henry B, lab, h 174 Trowbridge 

(W). 
Ashcraft John M, lab, h 114 Trowbridge 

(W). 
Asher Delaney, elk, h 107 Oliver av (W I). 
Asher Lewis K, plumber, h 2% Fletcher av. 
Ashford Henry, lab, r 123 W Vermont. 
Ashinger Wm H, switchman, h 647 Marlowe 

av. 
Ashland J Harry, cook, b n e cor Bright- 
wood av and C C C & St L Ry (B). 
Ashley Anna C (wid Joseph L), b 136 W 

Michig-an. 
Ashley Charles J, tel opr P C C & St L, 

Ry, h 136 W Michigan. 
Ashley Julia E, teacher Public School No 

10, h 196 Ash. 
Ashley Marion, driver, h s w cor Waverly 

and Brookside avs. 
Ashley Martha W (wld Georg-e T), h 196 

Ash. 
Ashley Thomas, trav agt. h 72 Ruckle. 
Ashmead Seely W, engr. h .39 Brookside av. 
Ashton Arthur F, photog, b 216 N Pine. 
Ashton Harry B, photog. h 216 N Pine. 
Askren Emma F. h 872 N Delaware. 
Asmus Frederick, h 504 N West. 
Asmus George C. huckster, h 131 Locke. ' 
Asmus Louis, fruit, 2 E Louisiana, h 504 N 

West. 
Asmus Louis, lab, h 174 Fayette. 
Asmuessen Wm. lata, b 936 S East. 
Asperger Frederick G, marblecutter, h '45 

Ramsey av. 
Aspinwall Annie, dressmkr, 28^/^ Indiana av, 

r same. 
Aspinwall Frank P, elk Model Clothing Co, 

h 8 Water. 
Aspinwall John, r 28i/^ Indiana av. 
Astley Margaret, bkkpr, h 30 Hall pi. 
Astley Sarah J (wid Samuel C). h n s 

Washington 1 e of Gladstone av. 
Astlev Wm, lab. r 290 W Market. 
Atchison Han-y O, elk, b 234 W New York. 
Atchison James D, packer, h 234 W New 

York. 
Atchison Mame C. bkkpr Polar Ice Co, b 324 

N Delaware. 
Atchison Maude, opr C U Tel Co, b 2.34 W 

New York. 
Atchison Miranda V (wid John J), h .324 N 

Delaware. 
Atchison Oliver N. elk, b 234 W New York. 
Atchison Willis E, painter, b 234 W New 

York. 
Aten Commodore P, trav agt, h 70 W 11th. 
Atherton Alexander P, harnessmkr, h 136 

Columbia av. 
Atherton Charles H, cooper, h 141 New- 
man. 
Atherton Clura G. opr W U Tel Co, b 262 S 

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Atherton Emery A, engr, b 136 Columbia 

av. 
Atherton Ernest D, elk, h 131 W Ohio. 
Atherton James P, b 131 W Ohio. 
Atherton Jefferson, hostler, b 52 S Summit. 
Atherton Jesse, lab, h e s Chester av 1 n 

of Washington. 
Atherton Wm E, elk, b 131 W Ohio. 
Atherton Wm F. printer, h 131 W Ohio. 
Atherton Wm M, opr W U Tel Co, h 262 S 

East. 
Athey George R, lab, h e s Lincoln av 3 s 

of Jackson (M J). 
Athev Martha (wid James), h w s Harris 

av 2 s of W Washington (M J). 
Athey Preston G, molder, h 181 Blake. 
Athon James S, b 1030 N New Jersey. 
Athon Lavinia D. h 96 W New York. 
Atkins, see also Adkins. 
Atkins Albert L, eondr, h 172 Dougherty. 
Atkins Elias C, pres E C Atkins. & Co, h 666 

N Meridian. 

ATKINS E C & CO, Elias C Atkins Pres, 
Henry C Atkins Vice-Pres and Snpt, 
Wm H Perkins Sec. Merritt A Potter 
Treas, Proprietors Sheffield Saw 
Works, 303-216 S Illinois; Tel 55. 

Atkins George F, student, b 865 N Meridian. 
Atkins Henry C, vice-pres and supt E C 

Atkins & Co, b 699 N Meridian. 
Atkins Stephen, engr, h 234 Hamilton av. 
Atkinson, see also Adkinson. 
Atkinson Benjamin, engr, h 89 N Arsenal 

av. 
Atkinson Charles E, elk, h 36 Thalman av. 
Atkinson Charles E, printer. Indpls Sen- 
tinel, b 35 Highland pi. 
Atkinson David C (Atkinson & Knipp). h 

576 Central av. 
Atkinson Edwin L, real est. h 25 Pleasant 

av. 
Atkinson Elizabeth, laundress, r rear 77 W 

North. 
Atkinson Frank P. rate elk C C C & St L 

Ry, b 132 N Capitol av. 
Atkinson Harry N, driver, b 23 Keystone 

av. 
Atkinson James, fireman, h 10 Depot (B). 



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Atkinson James H, sawmkr, b 89 N Arsenal 

av. 
Atkinson John B, elk, h 153 S William (W 

I). 
Atkinson Josephus, elk, b 120 Oliver av 

(W I). 
Atkinson Mary (wid Henry), b 27 Hosbrook. 
Atkinson Mary, nurse City Hospital. 
Atkinson Newman, blksmith, 5 Hillside av, 

h 18 Holloway av. 
Atkinson Oren. lab. b 117 N Illinois. 
Atkinson Thomas E, h 117 N Illinois. 
Atkinson Thomas J, painter, h 23 Keystone 

av. 
Atkinson Wilbur, elk, b 153 S William (W 

I). 
ATKINSOX & KNIPP (David C AtUin- 

.son. Julias W Knipp), LaTFyers, 

Rooms 521-523 Lenicke BIdg. 

Atland Titus, pr-jssman, h 901 N Alabama. 

ATLAS ENGINE WORKS, Hagli H 
Hanna Pres, Robert M Coffln Sec, 
Julius F Pratt Treas, Matthew R 
Moore Supt, Manufacturers of Eii- 
g-ines and Boilers, n e cor 9tli and 
Martindale av; Tel 45. 

Aton Charles W, switchman, h 50 S Gale 

(B). 
Aton Thomas J, mach, b e s Miami 6 s of 

Wallace. 
Attorney General's Office. Wm A Ketcham 

atty genl, 19 State House. 
Atwood George C. lab, r 290 W Market. 
Atwood James K, cutter, b 25 Birch av 

(W I). 
Atwood Mary E (wid Robert), h 25 Birch 

av (W I). 
Aubert Charles W, lab, b 440 S Delaware. 
Aubrey Ella D. bkkpr, b 315 E St Clair. 
Aubrey Henry C, painter, h 315 E St Clair. 
Auch Andrew, finisher, h 78 N Dorman. 
Audi Charles, mach A T Isensee, h 78 N 

Dorman. 
Auch Henry, lab, b 78 N Dorman. 
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Auerbach Mark, cigar mnfr, 78 N Illinois, 
h 370 S Missouri. 

Aufderheide Benjamin D, plater, b 272 
Highland av. 

Aufderheide Charles G, painter, b 58 Hill- 
side av. 

Aufderheide Charles J, carp, b 234 N Pine. 

Aufderheide Gottfried, cigar mnfr, 52 Hill- 
side av, h 58 same. 

Aufderheide Henry, carp, 234 N Pine, h 
same. 

Aufderheide Gottfried, cigarmkr, 52 Hillside 
av. 

Aufderheide Henry C, bkkpr Michigan 
Lumber Co, h 407 S New Jersey. 

Aufderheide Heni-y E, painter, h 96 Hill av. 

Aufderheide John H (Aufderheide & 
Zumpfe), h 247 Central av. 

Aufderheide Joseph, carp, h 272 Highland 
av. 

Aufderheide Katherine (wid Ernst), b 318 N 
Delaware. 

Aufderheide Walter H, blksmith, b 272 
Highland av. 

Aufderheide Wm, agt, b 58 Hillside av. 

Aufderheide Wm, loans, 37i^ E Washing- 
ton, h 337 Central av. 

AUFDERHEIDE & ZUMPFE (Jolin H 
Aufderlieitle, Wm A Zumpfe), Real 
Estate and Investment Brokers, 
Room 4 Lombard Bldg. 

Aug Jacob, lab, b 14 Athon. 

Aughinbaugh Charles D, visitor Township 
Trustee's Office, h 1486 N Senate av. 

Aughinbaugh Charles P, confr, 8 Malott av, 
h same. 

Aughinbaugh Edward L, florist, 1572 N Me- 
ridian, h same. 

Aughinbaugh Mary L., teacher, b 1572 N 
Meridian. 

Aughinbaugh Sarah A (wid Henry P), b 
1572 N Meridian. 

Aughinbaugh Wm M, confr, 1149 N Ala- 
bama, h same. 

Augstein Charles H, trav agt M O'Connor 
& Co, b 119 N Dorman. 

Augstein Charles T, foreman, h 119 N Dor- 
man. 

Augstein Rudolph, elk, b 119 N Dorman. 

Augusta. Frederick, b 258 Alvord. 

Ault Adam, engr, b e s Lincoln av 2 s of 
Jackson (M J). 

Ault Percy B (P B Ault & Co), h 1104 N 
Penn. 

AULT P B & CO (Percy B Ault, Garrett 
A Arcliibald), Gents' Fnrnisbingr 
Goods, 38 E Washington; Tel 830. 

Aultman Co The, Edward T Kenney genl 
agt, agl implts, 3 Board of Trade bldg. 

Aultman, Miller & Co, Henry J Prier genl 
agt. Buckeye Harvesting Machinery, 75- 
77 W Washington. 

Aumann Charles P, sawmkr, h 19 Ketcham. 

Aumann Henry H, tailor, h 103 N Senate 
av. 

Auppely Conrad, lab, h 145 Sharpe av (W). 

Aurine John, lab. h 533 W Francis (N I). 

Austermlller Mary, bkkpr, b 142 N Senate 
av. 

Austermlller Philip, engr, h 20 McGill. 

Austermlller Wm, engr, h 157 W South. 

Austermuehle Charles A, lab, h 207 E Mor- 
ris. 

Austermuhle Albert C (Linton & Co), h 
1595 N Illinois. 

Austin Albert A, mngr Austin & Tripp, b 
23 S Summit. 



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Austin Algernon W, stenog-, b 174 Belle- 

fontaine. 
Austin Benjamin, mach, b 88 Benton. 
Austin Benjamin F. lab, h 61 S Noble. 
Austin Cassius M, bricklyr, b 215 Spring. 
Austin Catherine T (wid Algernon S), b 

174 Bellefontaine. 
Austin Charles D, carp, b 247 Huron. 
Austin Charles H, lab, r 4,514 Virginia av- 
Austin Charles S, b 174 Bellefontaine. 
Austin Charles S. contracting agt P C C 

& St L Ry, h 851 Ash. 
Austin Edward A (Austin & Son and Aus- 
tin & Tripp), h 23 S Summit. 
Austin Elizabeth A, dressmkr, 128 Nordyke 

av (W I), h same. 
Austin Ellen (wid John), h 276 Alvord. 
Austin Frederick H, special examiner U S 

Pension Bureau, b 129 N Illinois. 
Austin Gamaliel T, foreman, h 235 W Mar- 
ket. 
Austin George, painter, h 234 S Missouri. 
Austin Horace H, lab, b 171 W 5th. 
Austin James J, saloon, 199 W Merrill, h 

same. 
Austin Mary P, produce, 132 E Mkt House, 

h 215 Spring. 
Austin Napoleon B, h 215 Spring. 
Austin Richard J, mach hd, h 128 Nordyke 

av (W I). 
Austin Wm W. engr, h 13 Paca. 
Austin & Son (Edward A Austin), grocers, 

852 E Washington. 
Austin & Tripp (Edward A Austin, Albert 

B Tripp), driven wells, 31 W Maryland. 
Avant Wm H (Wm Laurie & Co), h 380 N 

Delaware. 
Avanthay Joseph, lab, b 164 W Maryland. 
Avels Edward H, paperhngr, h 123 Ken- 

nington. 
Avels George W, weighmstr, h 317 S Penn. 
Avels Henry, paperhngr, 359 S Alabama, h 

same. 
Avels Lulu, cashr George R Papp, b 317 

S Penn. 
Averdick Charles, bartndr, r 322 Clifford av. 
Averett James R, barber, h 3 Carter. 

AVERIL.L CHARLES E, Lawyer, 33-36 
Tliorpe Bllv, li 121 Riielile. 

Averill Joseph A, yardmstr Vandalia Line, 
h 82 W 10th. 

Averill Joseph T, elk, b 450 N East. 

Averill Willis E, elk, b 82 W 10th. 

Averitt T Alexander, carp, h 1379 N Senate 
av. 

Avery Albert E, b 719 N Illinois. 

Avery Catherine (wid Wm M), h 52 John- 
son av. 

Avery Edward E, printer, b 52 Johnson av. 

Avery Edwin L, painter, 167% W 1st, h 641 
N Illinois. 

Avery Elwood, real est, h 719 N Illinois. 

Avery Eugene O E, brakeman, h 221 En- 
glish av. 

Avery Frank, painter, h 123 Clinton. 

Avery Frank M, broommkr. b 56 Oak. 

Avery Frank R, lab, h 215 E Wabash. 

Avery George, lab, h 63 Camp. 

Avery Guy C, grocer, 13 E Mkt House, h 
164yc E ^^ashington. 

Avery Harry W, elk. b 719 N Illinois. 

Avery Herschel, broommkr, b 56 Oak. 

Avery Ida M, printer, b 52 Johnson av. 

Avery Jesse A. canceling elk P O, h 193 
Woodlawn av. 

Avery John F, fitter, r 13 S Station (B). 

Avery John L, b 449 N Bast. 

Avery John P, phys. h 449 N East. 



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Avery Leonard S, h 1197 N Capitol av. 
Avery Matthias V, lab, h 56 Oak. 

AVERY PLANTER CO, Frank Earn- 
liart Mngr, Mnfrs of Engines, SX. 
Threshers, Corn Planters and Cnlti- 
vators, 45 Kentneky av; Tel 933. 

Avery Ralph L, brakeman, h 33 Spann av. 

Avery Sarah A (wid Enoch), r 12 Roanoke. 

Avery Wm E, instructor Indianapolis Busi- 
ness University, When bldg, h 406 N 
Brookside av. 

Avery Wm H. lab. h rear 301 N Pine. 

Avey Harry, lab, b 117 N East. 

Axelson Louis J, tailor, r 55 Dearborn. 

Axman Louis H, jeweler, h 120 Mass av. 

Axt Wm G, sec Indpls Abattoir Co, b En- 
terprise Hotel. 

Axtell Adelbert, auctioneer, h 2321/2 S Me- 
ridian. 

Axtell Cleo C, h 341 Central av. 

Axtell Samuel P, cigars, 144 S Meridian, h 
399 N East 

Axum Albert B, lab, h 88 Meikel. 

Axum Wm, lab, h 88 Meikel. 

Ayers Abraham, lab, b 412 S West. 

Ayers Charles R, b 1190 N Illinois. 

Ayers Cornelius, butler 530 N Delaware. 

Avers Edward, lab, h 219 Buchanan. 

Avers Elizabeth A (wid Pleasant), h 228 N 
East. 

Ayers Fannie F, b 340 Cornell av. 

Ayers Fay, nurse City Hospital. 

Ayers Fenton E, molder. h 69 Haugh (H). 

Ayers Frank S, elk, h 103 S William (W I). 

Ayers George W, bartndr, b 412 S West. 

Ayers James C, grocer, n e cor Washington 
and Denny, h same. 

Ayers John C, lab, h 309 Tandes. 

Ayers John O, boxmkr. b 412 S West. 

Ayers John R, driver, b 1190 N Illinois. 

Ayers Leonore. supt newspaper dept Or- 
ganizer Pub Co, b 112 Park av. 

Ayers Levi, carp, h 412 S West. 

Ayers Morton G, carp, h w s Denny 2 n of 
Washington. 

Ayers Nathan J. driver, h 208 Douglass. 

Ayers Thomas E, watchman, h 61 Ludlow 
av. 



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D. W. EDWARDS, Gen. Agent, 

508 Indiana Trust Building. 

Aylward Ellen (wid Thomas), h 30 Poplar 
(B). 

Aylward James, lab, h 30 Poplar (B). 

Ayres Albert F, lawyer, h 515 N New Jer- 
sey. 

AYRES ALEXANDER C (Ayres & 
Jones). U 31 AVest Drive (AV P>. 

Ayres Andrew P Rev, pastor Pilgrim Con- 
gregational Church, h s w cor Cottage av 
and Marion (W I). 

Ayres A S (Brubaker & Ayres), h 179 N 
Alabama. 

Ayres Charles A, bricklyr. b 25S S Olive. 

Ayres David, woodturner, h 258 S Olive. 

Ayres Ella J, stenog, b 258 S Olive. 

Ayres Francis E, mach, h 217 Buchanan. 

Ayres Frank L, mach, b 72 Bradshaw. 

Ayres Frederick M, pres L S Ayres & Co, 
h 712 N Delaware. 

Ayres Ida G, stenog Ayres & Jones, b 31 
West Drive (W P). 

Ayres Jesse O, lab, h w s Harris av 8 s 
of C C C & St L Ry (M J). 

Ayres Julia E, stenog, b 2.58 S Olive. 

Ayres Lucetta, boarding 86 E Ohio. 

AYRES L. S & CO. Fre<lerick j>I Ayres 
Pres, "W'ni H Wlieeloek Vice-Pres, 
llarisi H Ayres Sec and Treas, Dry 
Goods, \otions, Dressniakinfi-, Mil- 
linery, Cloaks and Knr Goods, 33-37 
AV AA'asliington; Tel 1007. 

Ayres Maria H (wid Lyman S), sec and 
treas L S Ayres & Co, h 656 N Delaware. 

Ayres Mary E (wid Thomas), b 189 E Mar- 
ket. 

Ayres Sarah (wid Joseph), h 54 S Gale (B). 

Ayres Wm D W, mach hd, h 72 Bradshaw. 

Ayres Wm E. elk, b 79 Chadwick. 




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Baade Henry, blksmith. h 65 Germania av 
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Baar, see also Bahr, Barr, Bayer and 

Beyer. 
Baar Bernhard J, tailor, h 187 N Liberty. 
Baar George B, bartndr, b 187 N Liberty. 
Baar Gerhard L, foreman, h 731 S Meridian. 
Baar Joseph B, undertaker, r 276 E Market. 
Baar Joseph C, eabtmkr, b 731 S Meridian. 
Baar Leo A, tailor, b 187 N Liberty. 
Baar Wm C, bkkpr, b 731 S Meridian. 
Baas James W, huckster, h 138 Forest av. 
Baase Charles G, elk Taylor & Smith, h 138 

Dunlop. 
Baase Christian L, express, h 14 Hendricks. 
Baase Elizabeth M (wid Henry C), b 562 

Chestnut. 
Baase Henry C, foreman Outing Bicycle Co; 

h 244 Union. 
Baase Henry L, express, h 562 Chestnut. 
Baase Herman J, mach, b 14 Hendricks. 
Baase John, express, h 347 Union. 
Baase Wm, barber, h 26 Gresham. 
Baaske Charles T. saloon, 20 N Delaware, 

h 35 N Beville av. 
Babb Laurel V, teacher Public School No 

22, b 524 N Capitol av. 
Babb Robert A, collr, h 349 N Noble. 
Babbitt Franklin, lab, h 48 Bismarck 

(W I). 
Babbitt Isaac, mach, h 949 N Senate av. 
Babbitt O'Bannon, carp, h 10 William. 
Babbitt Wm A, lab, h 1183 Morris (W I). 
Babbitt Wm A, painter The Blacherne, h 

72 Fletcher av. 
Babcock Adrian, cigar mnfr, 105% Mass 

av, h 66 Clifford av. 
Babcock Albert, elk, b 40 College av. 
Babcock Charles E, elk The Indianapolis 

Journal, b 244 College av. 
Babcock Edward E, trav agt, h 244 College 

av. 
Babcock Frederick W, carp, h 62 lioyt av. 
Babcock Josephine (wid Wm M), h 40 Col- 
lege av. 
Baber Adin (A Baber & Co), res Kansas, 

111. 
Baber A & Co (Adin Baber, James B Sed- 

wick, Edwin Nichols), live stock. Union 

Stock Yards (W I). 
Baber Emma F, teacher Public School No 

4, b 307 N Senate av. 
BABY SUPPLY MANUFACTURING CO 

(Tlionias Nesoni), Mnfrs of Baby Snp- 

plies, Baby Hanintooks, Foldinjs Baliy 

Cabs and OntinR- Tents, 2.5G S East. 

(See adv i» 7; also classified Baby 

Bns'gries; also in Haiiiniock.s.) 

Bache Henry, molder, h 180 N Belmont av 

(H). 
Bacher Herman, saloon, 26 S Missouri, h 

same. 
Bachman David, lab, b e s Northwestern 

av 1 n of 30th. 
BACHMAN FREDERICK M, Lnmber, s e 

cor Madison av and Lincoln la, b 674^ 

N Meridian; Tel J»aO. 
Bachman Louis, mach hd, h 436 E "Ver- 
mont. 
Bachman Narcissa, b 117 St Mary. 
Bachman Thomas, tmstr, b 880 Milburn 

(M P). 
Bachman Valentine, flour mill, n w cor 

Madison av and Ray, h 287 Union. 
Backemeyer Charles H jr, driver, b 235 

Union. 
Backemeyer Frederick G, express, h 235 

Union. 
Backemior Charles H, grocer, 429 W Pratt^ 

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Backer Frederick, molder, h 105 Tremont 

av (H). 
Backer George, lab, h 1522 N Illinois. 
Backer John A, blksmith, b 33 Clay. 
Backley Leonard J, planer, h 139 Hajrison. 
Backley Susan (wid Isaac), h 425 Mus- 
kingum al. 
Backmann Bernard, gardener, h 865 Mad- 
ison av. 
Backmann Frederick J, hostler, b 264 E 

Wabash. 
Backmeyer Henry, produce. E Mkt House, 

h Madison rd 2 s of city limits. 
Backus Catherine (wid Wm), b 215 Blake. 
Backus Charles E, engr, r IS Miley av. 
Backus Frank, carp, b 140 Bellefontaine. 
Backus Mary (wid Thomas), h 215 Dough- 
erty. 
Backus Thomas, waiter, b rear 121 N Sen- 
ate av. 
Backus Victor M, contr, h 773 N Meridian. 
Bacon Bert, elk P L. Chambers, b 243 Al- 

vord. 
Bacon Duncan T, mngr Indiana Car Serv- 
ice Assn, Union Station, h 200 N Illinois. 
Bacoi Edgar H, r 9i/^ Fletcher av. 
Bacon Hattie C, phys, 9V2 Fletcher av, h 

same. 
Bacon Henry F, insp Cent U Tel Co, b 236 

N Illinois. 
Bacon Hiram, h 12 Ruckle. 
Bacon Jasper N, trav agt, b 162 N Illinois. 
Bacon Jennie, bkkpr Excelsior Laundry, 

b 236 N Illinois. 
Bacon John L, dresser, h 243 Alvord. 
Bacon Lambert L, elk, b 243 Alvord. 
Bacon Mary E (wid Wm M), h 236 N Il- 
linois. 
Bacon Robert D, mer police, h 608 E Wash- 
ington. 
Bacon Wesley C, tilemkr, b 608 E Washing- 
ton. 
Bacon Wm T, trav agt George W Stout, h 

471 Broadway. 
Bade, se also Baade. 
Bade Christina (wid Anthony F), h 209 S 

Alabama. 
Bade Edward F, waiter, b 194 E Washing- 
ton. 
Bade Emma L (wid Charles H), b 266 E 

Ohio. 
Bade George C, h 209 S Alabama. 
Bade Henry C, elk Charles J Kuhn Co, r 

691/2 W Market. 
Bade Henry F, checkman, h 136 E South. 
Bade Lewis A, tmstr, h 30 N Olive. 
Bade Wm F, supt Central Transfer Co, h 

338 S New Jersey. 
Bademan John, elk, r 75 Union. 
Baden Charles N, collr. h 21 Dearborn. 
Bader Albert, lab, b 42 Jones. 
Bader Anna B. r 23 Hutchings blk. 
Bader Edward W, mach hd. h 47 Iowa. 
Bader Elizabeth (wid Jacob), barber, 320 E 

Washington, h 30 Dickson. 
Bader Jacob, brewer, h 54 Morton. 
Bader Wm, tuner Pearson's Music House, 
h 14 Tuxedo. 

Bader Wm H, elk N Y Store, r 23 Hutch- 
ings blk. 
Badger Albert, barber, b 278 Howard (W I). 
Badger Charles H, pres and treas Badger 

Furniture Co, h 1160 N Alabama. 
Badger David H, student, b 88 Hadley av 

(W I). 
Badger Edward, sawmkr, h 278 Howard 
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Cliarle.s H Badger Pres and Treas. 
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peries, Upholstery, Etc, 75-77 E 
Washing-ton and 30-24 Virginia avs 
Tel 391. 

Badger John W, carver, b 88 Hadley av 
(W I). 

Badger M R, sec Badger Furniture Co, h 
1160 N Alabama. 

Badger Sarah (wid Wm), h 436 W Udell 
(N I). 

Badger Theodore, mach, h 
(W I). 

Badger Wm E, mach, b 
(W I). 

Badgley Richard, trav agt The H Lieber 
Co, b Spencer House. 

Baech Edward Rev, associate pastor Sec- 
ond Presbyterian Church, h 296 S Me- 
ridian. 

Baechler Jeremiah J, elk, b 83 N Noble. 

Baehning Charles W. mach hd, b 467 E St 
Clair. 

Baen Camille R, stenog Krag-Reynolds 
Co, b 23 Ft Wayne av. 

Baer Isaac, foreman, h 183 N Pine. 

Baer James H, messenger Am Ex Co, b 161 
Meek. 

Baerholdt Herman, hostler, b 43 Kansas. 

Bagby Robert B, dep County Clerk, b 289 
Blake. 

Baggerly Charles W. cigar mnfr. 78 W 
Maryland, h 299 Cornell av. 

Baggett Mary A (wid Wm), h 135 Agnes. 

Baggott Frederick, lab, h rear 291 W Mary- 
land. 

Baggott John, peddler, h 

Baggott John E, butcher, 

Baggott Thomas, grocer, 479 W Michigan, 
h 477 same. 

Baggs Charles A, trav agt, 
Jersey. 

Baggs Delbert K, elk. b 413 N New Jersey. 

Baggc Frederick, mngr Indpls Clearing 
House Assn, h 548 N Capitol av. 

Baggs Thomas B. bkkpr. h 167 E Walnut. 

Bagley Alta J t.wid Wm R), h 531/2 Russell 
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Foreign Exchange bought and sold. 

Interest paid on time deposits. 

Cheeks and drafts on all Indiana and Illinois 

points handled at lowest rates. 

No. 28 South Meridian Street. Cor. Pearl. 

Bag-lev Frank J, auditor, h 519 N Meridian. 

Baarley "^'m R, carp. ISO E Court, h 331 E 
New York. 

Basrlev Wm T. showman, h 53i'2 Russell av. 

Bagnelle Alfaretta, h 3S8 N Alabama. 

Bahle Herman H, carp, h 48 Sterling". 

Bahr, see also Baar. Barr. Bayer and 
Bever. 

Bahr Elizabeth {y;\A Bernhard), h 431 How- 
ard (W I). 

Bahr Elizabeth (wid Bernhard), h 403 Mad- 
ison av. 

Bahr Josephine, elk The Wm H Block Co, 
b 403 Madison av, 

Bahr Mary, elk Robert Keller, ta 403 Mad- 
ison av, 

Bahr Max A, phys City Dispensary, 32 E 
Ohio, b .572 E Washington. 

Bahr Michael, va^-nisher, b 403 Madison av. 

Bahr Paul, music teacher, 572 E Washing- 
ton, h same. 

Bahr ^^m J, varnisher, b 403 Madison av, 

Baier George, lab, h 70 Kansas. 

Bailev Allen H. actor, h 499 N West, 

Bailey Andrew J. real est, 941/2 E Washing- 
ton, h .54 William (W I). 

Bailev Charles, driver, h e s West 2 s 
of 1st. 

Bailey Charles, lab, b n s 8th 3 w of canal. 

Bailev Charles C, mach hd. h 227 Union, 

Bailey Charles H (Bailey Mnfg Co), h 
297 N Delaware. 

Bailey Charles H, elk, b 54 William (W I). 

Bailey Charles H, express, h 28 Oregon. 

Bailey Charles M, tmstr, h 120% Maple, 

Bailey Charles P, tmstr, h 9 Taylor av. 

Bailey Clara, b 58 Greer. 

Bailey Curtis, lab. b 494 S West. 

Bailey Doc, lab, h 10 Hiawatha, 

Bailey Etta (wid Benjamin), h 29 W Mich- 
igan. 

Bailey Francis M, elk, h 68 S McLain 
(W I). 

Bailey F^ank G, salesman, b 182 N Senate 
av. 

Bailey Frank M. candymkr, b 188 W Ver- 
mont. 

Bailey Frank P, vice pres L W Ott Mnfg 
Co, h 10.30 N Capitol av. 



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TUTTLE & SEGUIN, 

Agents for 

Fiielity ani Casnalty Co, of New Yorl 

$10,000 for $25. $5,000 for $12.50. 
TEL. Ilea. 



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Bailey Frederick T, tailor, b n w cor Mich- 
igan and State avs, 

Bailey Frederick W, lab, h 57 Drake, 

Bailey Grant, tmstr, b 273 S Capitol av. 

Bailey Harry, lab, h e s Perkins pike 2 s 
of C C C & St L Ry, 

Bailey Hassen E, packer, h 208 Lexington 
av. 

Bailey Haven M, brakeman, h 443 W Michi- 

Bailey Henry, lab, b 66 S California. 
Bailey Henry F, blksmith, h 414 Columbia 

av. 
Bailey Tola, stenog Horace McKay, b 293 

N Delaware, 
Bailey Jacob, lab, h 79 Columbia al. 
Bailey James, h 66 S California. 
Bailey James, mach, r 101 N New Jersey. 
Bailey James L, grocer, 326 S Olive, h 328 

same. 
Bailey James W. helper, h 350 S East. 
Bailey John C, driver, h n w cor 4th and 

Lafayette. 
Bailey John E, boarding n w cor Michigan 

and State avs. 
BAILEY JOHN M, Lawyer, Rooms 1-a, 

371/, E "W^ashington, h 233 Walcott: 

Tel 276. 

Bailey John T, switchman, h 260 Spring- 
field. 
Bailey John W, tmstr, h 275 Highland av, 

Bailey Joseph M, b 10.30 N Capitol av. 

Bailey Leon O (Kern & Bailey), b Grand 
Hotel. 

Bailey Lewis I, lab, h rear 468 Highland av. 

Bailey L Foster, mngr furnaces 33 W Mar- 
ket, h 4871/2 W Addison (N I), 

Bailey Manufacturing' Co (Charles H Bai- 
ley, Finley B Pugh), clothing- mnfrs, 196 
S Meridian, 

Bailey Mary (wid John), b 44 Leon, 

Bailey Mary A (wid Joel), h 273 S Capi- 
tol av, 

Bailey Mary A, b e s Capitol av 3 s of 30th, 

Bailey Mary F, cook, h 3O61/2 E Washington. 

Bailey Mary H (wid Alvin L), h 3441/2 E St 
Clair, 

Bailey Maud, h 123 Ft Wayne av. 

Bailey Michael, b 1030 N Capitol av. 

Bailey Oliver E, tinner, b I201/2 Maple. 

Bailey Otis, mach hd, b I201/2 Maple. 

Bailey Richard T, fireman, h 5 Traub av. 

Bailey Robert, tmstr, h 113 Patterson. 

Bailey Samuel C, tmstr, h w s Elwood 2 n 
of North. 

Bailey Walter C, carpetlayer, b 499 N West. 

Bailey Wiley, porter, h 210 Middle. 

Bailey Wm, agt, r 31% Virginia av. 

Bailey Wm, tinner, h 33 Fletcher av, 

Bailey Wm, trav agt, b 182 N Senate av. 

Bailey Wm E, lab, b 480 W 22d (N I), 

Bailey Wm E, lawyer, 20% N Delaware, b 
328 S Olive. 

Bailey Wm S, trav agt, r 209 W Ohio, 

Bailie Hamilton, coal, rear 148 S West, h 606 
W Vermont. 

Bailie Samuel F, grocer, 92 Agnes, h same. 

Baily Jesse S. dentist, IS E Ohio, h same, 

Baily Samuel, saloon, 164 Indiana av, h 
same, 

Baily Van Buren, lab, h 182 Lee (W I), 

Baily Warren D, lab, h 184 Lee (W I). 

Bain Catherine, stenog, b 434 Talbott av. 

Bain David Z. blksmith, h w s Station 3 n 

■ of Schofield (B), 

Biiin John, fireman, b .''.2 Jefferson av. 

Bain John, lab. b 328 E Washington. 

Bain John R, saloon, 101 S Noble, h same. 

Bain Karl J, stenog Francke & Schindler, 
b 434 Talbott av. 



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Bain Margaret M (wid Wm C), b 101 S 
Noble. 

Bain Patrick J, lab. b 271 W Market. 

Bain Phoebe A (wid John I), h 434 Talbott 
av. 

Bain Wm S, fireman, h 32 Jefferson av. 

Bain Wm S. truckman, h 92 Spring. 

Bainbridge Clinton, cigarmkr, b 82 Michi- 
gan av. 

Bainbridge James, turner, b 82 Michigan 
av. 

Bainbridge Lucien. helper, h 503 E Wash- 
ington. 

Bainbridge Margaret (wid Mahlon), h 82 
Michigan av. 

Baine Collins E, polisher, h 71 S Liberty. 

Baine Jennie E (wid Thomas), h 134 Doug- 
lass. 

Baine Ralph H, plumber, b 134 Douglass. 

Baine Thomas W, fireman, h 227 English 
av. 

Baine Wm W. agt, b 134 Douglass. 

Bainlng Charles, b rear .555 E St Clair. 

Bair Oliver P. mngr Warder, Bushnell & 
Glessner Co, 96 S Capitol av, h 94 Ruckle. 

Bair Priscilla C (wid David), b 353 N 
Illinois. 

Baird, see also Beard. 

Baird Amos B. lab. b 175 Vi North. 

Baird George W, cook, h s s Sturm av 1 e 
of N Arsenal av. 

Baird Janet (wid Hugh), h 30 Elder av. 

Baird Jeremiah W, waiter, r 175 W North. 

Baird John C, bkkpr The Bowen-Merrill 
Co, h 1208 N Illinois. 

Baird John W, lawyer, 19^^ N Meridian, 
h 33 Christian av. 

Baird Margaret A (wid TVm), b 721 N Illi- 
nois. 

Baird Samuel F. lab, h 62 S Arsenal av. 

BAIRD'S PHARMACY, Wm H Baii-d 
Propr, s e cor E Micliig,°an nncl Hig'Ii- 
land a.v. 

Baird Sarah A, h 108% Mass av. 

Baird Wm, brakeman. h 23 S Arsenal av. 

Baird Wm E, porter, h 504 W Chicago 

(N I). 
Baird Wm H, propr Baird' s Pharmacy, h 

222 Highland av. 
Baist John R, saloon, 2 Warman av (H), 

h same. 
Baity Carl, lab, b 146 S East. 
Baity Estol, mach hd, b 146 S East. 
Baity Henry R, brazier, h 146 S East. 
Bake Jacob, painter, r 89^2 N Delaware. 
Bake John F, driver, h 44 Bismarck. 
Bakemeier Charles H, collr Polar Ice Co, 

h 39 Sullivan. 
Bakemeier Emma, dressmkr, 475 Virginia 

av, h same. 
Bakemeier Mary (wid Henry), h rear 475 

Virginia av. 
Bakemeier Mary, b 475 Virginia av. 
Bakemeyer Andrew H, tinner, 359 Indiana 

av, h 13 Hamilton av. 
Bakemeyer Gertrude, bkkpr, h 41 Brad- 

shaw. 
Bakemeyer Harry, elk Frank K Sawyer, 

b 184 Broadway. 
Bakemeyer Henry C, salesman Geo W 

Stout, h 184 Broadway. 
Bakemeyer Henry F, foreman, h 41 Brad- 

shaw. 
Baker, see also Becker and Boecher. 
Baker Aaron C, lab, h 56 Hazel. 
Baker Albert (Baker & Daniels), h 760 N 

Penn. 



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Indianapolis, Ind. 



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Baker Albert J, barber, 508 E Washington, 
h 514 E Ohio. 

Baker Alden H (Hinshaw & Baker), b 208 
Ash. 

Baker Alice, b 350 Park av. 

Baker Alice I, b 367 N East. 

Baker Alvia, watchman, b rear 339 S Del- 
aware. 

Baker Amanda, b 60 S Noble. 

Baker Anna (wid Richard), b 119 N New -* 
Jersey. (O 

Baker Anna M (wid Isaiah), b w s Grand s 
av 4 s of University av (I). „ 

Baker Arthur J, carp, b s w cor Moore av J" 

Baker Asa T, lab, b 507 S Capitol av. p 

Baker Austin, porter, r 19 W Pearl. p 

Baker Bertha (wid Jesse A), milliner, 214 — 

E Washington, h same. 2 

Baker Braxton, pres Standard S and L O 

Assn. h 372 Park av. — 

Baker Bros (Omer G and Clarence I), fur- !fl 

niture, 141 Mass av. in 

Baker Carleton, stenog, b 136 W 1st. Zi 

Baker Charles, brakeman, h 204 S Pine. ■ 
Baker Charles, lab, h 174 Indiana av. 

BAKER CHARLES, Pnblislier Grand, 
Englisli's and Park; Theater Pro- .^ 
g-raninies, 39 Virginia av, li 24-25 m 
Wyandot Blk; Tel 1220. |- 

Baker Charles E D. janitor, b 5 Taylor av. 
Baker Charles F, hostler, h 184 Bates. -^ 

Baker Charles W. cooper, b 125 N West. "^ 
Baker Charlotte F (wid Conrad), h 350 Park 0> 

av. <D 

Baker Christian H. lab, h 78 Arizona. 
Baker Clarence I (Baker Bros), b 367 N 

East. 
Baker Daniel, r 100 N Senate av. 
Baker David F. mason, h 135 Martindale av. 
Baker David M, barber Hotel English, b 367 

Blake. 
Baker Donnie, b 147 W South. 
Baker Dora, h 89 N Delaware. 
Baker Doras J, grocer, n w cor Washington 

and Crawfordsville rd (M J), h same. /— 
Baker Edgar J (Baker & Flechart). h 245 

Fletcher av. 



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FURNITURE, 

Carpets, 
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TiD, GFanite and China Wares, Oil Cloth and Shades 



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HOUSE FURNISHINGS 
AND CROCKERY. 



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Geo. W. Pangborn, Gen. Agent, 704-706 Lemcke BIdg. Telephone 140. 



(Ltd.) All forms of ^liability Insur- 
ance, Workmen's Coilectivt Insur- 
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Baker Edward, lab. b Exchange Hotel (W 
I). 

Baker Edward, waiter, r 103 W South. 

BaJier Edward R, condr, h 269% E Washing- 
ton. 

Baker Edward S, printer, h 21V2 W Wash- 
ing-ton. 

Baker Elbert M. tel opr. b 25 Miley av. 

Baker Elma M. nurse, r 149 N Penn. 

Baker Elmer A. grocer, 303 Shelby, h same. 

Baker Elmer C, stairbuilder, h 32 Marion 
av (W I). 

Baker Elmer E, varnishmkr, h 33 Grant. 

Baker E Brown, civ engr Central Engineer- 
ing Co, 22.5 Lemcke bid?" b 29 Butler. 

Baker Frank F, lab, b 530 S New Jersey. 

Baker Frank P, carp, h n w^ cor Broadway 
and 22d. 

Baker Frank P. student, h 411 Coburn. 

Baker Frank W, phys, 31 W Market, h 812 
N Meridian. 

Baker Frederick, plastr, b 201 E Washing- 
ton. 

Baker Garrett, r 190i^ S IlUnois. 

Baker George B H, piumber, b 520 College 
av. 

Baker George E, elk, b 303 Shelby. 

Baker George P, cooper, h rear 194 Dough- 
erty. 

Baker George W. h e s Addison 1 s of 
Washington (M J). 

Baker George W, carp, h 50 Paw Paw. 

Baker Georgia, dressmkr, 51% W Washing- 
ton, h same. 

Baker Hat tie (wid Henry), h 17 Center. 

Baker Henry W. lab, h 11 Dawson. 

Baker Hugh, b 190yo S Illinois. 

Baker Jacob, cigar mnfr, 195 Virginia av, 
r ZlVz W Market. 

Baker Jacob E. bartndr, h 411 Coburn. 

Baker Jacob P. lab, b 117 Lincoln la. 

Baker James C, elk, r 127 W Maryland. 

Baker James G, barber, h 239 S Senate av. 

Baker James L, barber, b 105 N Alabama. 

Baker James L, lab. b n w cor Glen Drive 
and Station (B). 

Baker James M, lab, h 47 Michigan (H). 

Baker James P, lawyer, 29-31 Thorpe blk, 
h 109 Central av. 

Baker James T, barber, h 85 Park av. 



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STEAM AND HOT WATER 

HEATING FOR STORES, OFFICES, 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, 

PRIVATE RESIDENCES, 

GREENHOUSES, ETC. 

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Baker Jason E (Ritter & Baker), h w s 
Grand av 4 s of University av (I). 

Baker Jennie (wid Henry), h rear 318 In- 
diana av. 

Baker Jennie (wid Joseph), h w s Gale 3 n 
of Willow (B). 

Baker Joel A, h 259 River av (W I). 

Baker John, elk R M S, h 23 Ruckle. 

Baker John, mach, r 23 N West. 

Baker John A. lab, b 1541 N Capitol av. 

Baker John H, carp, h 367 N East. 

Baker John H, judge U S District Court, 
b The Denison. 

Baker John J, phys, 371/. y^ Market, h 20S 
Ash. 

Baker John M (Hussey & Baker), h 520 Col- 
lege av. 

Baker John P, foreman, h 1094 E Ohio. 

Baker John W, express, h rear 643 N Sen- 
ate .T.V. 

Baker Joseph, lab, h rear 1867 E Washing- 
ton. 

Baker Joseph C, cooper, b n w oor Mich- 
igan and State avs. 

Baker Joseph F, mngr, h 177 College av. 

Baker Joseph L, cooper, b 67 S California. 

Baker Joseph T, carp, 30 Tacoma av, h 
same. 

Baker Julia B, h 120 W Maryland. 

Baker J Corry, elk, r 82 W Ohio. 

Baker Leo. barber, b 154 E Ohio. 

Baker Louisa B, h 233 N Delaware. 

Baker Lucy A (wid John), h 344 W North. 

Baker Mamie, h leiVg W Washington. 

Baker Mamie -C (wid Alvla), stenog Tute- 
wiler & Shideler, b 267 N New Jersey. 

Baker Manville W, artist, 265 N New Jer- 
sey, h same. 

Baker Margaret (wid Charles), h rear 612 
N West. 

Baker Margaret (Baker & Hartbeck), b 444 
N New Jersey. 

Baker Mary (wid Charles C), h 361 Cornell 
av. 

Baker Milledge A (West Side Planing 
Mills), h 30 Coble. 

Baker Nancy (wid George W), h 187 Brook- 
side av. 

Baker Noah P, lab, b 507 S Capitol av. 

Baker Obadiah. lab, h 61 Catharine. 

Baker Omer G (Baker Bros), h 367 N East. 

Baker Oro E, packer, h 5671^ Virginia av. 

Baker Peter, foreman, h 5 Morgan (W I). 

Baker Richard, lab, h 411 Coburn. 

Baker Robert A, grocer, 71 Pendleton av 
(B), h same. 

Baker Rosa (wid Santiago), h rear 472 W 
New York. 

Baker Sarah, h 17 N East. 

Baker Sarah E, h 85 Park av. 

Baker Sarah E, h 239 S Senate av. 

Baker Sarah E (wid Isaac), h 474 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Baker Saran M (wid Edward P), h 5 Taylor 
av. 

Baker Sophia H (wid Stephen), h 520 Col- 
lege av. 

Baker Thaddeus R, elk, b 350 Park av. 

Baker Thomas E, carp, h rear 137 Martin- 
dale av. 

Baker Thomas J, foreman, h 507 S Capitol 
av. 

Baker Thomas M, elk The Gordon-Kurtz 
Co, h 2.33 N Delaware. 

Baker Thomas O, trav agt, r 378 N Mer- 
idian. 

Baker Thornton T. elk, b 303 Shelby. 

Baker Victor W, pressman, h 431 S State 
av. 



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Baker Wm, canmkr, b 869 S Meridian. 
Baker Wm, lab, b 12 Eldridge (N I). 
Baker Wm, mach, b 361 Cornell av. 
Baker Wm E, carp, h s w cor Moore av 

and Grace. 
Baker Wm H, lab, h 327% E Washington. 
Baker Wm H, propr Enterprise Hotel, h 

191 N Delaware. 
Baker Wm L (Baker & Thornton), h 440 

Park av. 
Baker Wm M, bottler, b 367 N East. 
Baker Wm M. lab. h 84 Yandes. 
Baker Wm W (B'air, Baker & Walter), h 

1496 N Illinois. 
Baker Winfield S, bartndr, h 587 Marlowe 

av. 
BAKER & DANIELS (Albeit Baker, Ed- 

Tvard Daniels), La-wyers, 9, lO and 11 

In^alls Blls; Tel 106. 

Baker & Fleehart (Edgar J Baker, James E 
Fleehart), tinners. 141 Ash. 

Baker & Hartbeck (Margaret Baker, Emma 
Hartbeck), milliners, 378 S East. 

BAKER & THORNTOIV (Wm L Baker, 
Henry C Thornton), Stationers, 
Bl£(,nk: Book Mnfrs, Printers and 
School Goods, 38 S Meridian; Tel 
1777. 

Balay Etta (wid Benjamin C), h 15 E New 
York. 

Balch John A, agt, h 56 Central av. 

Balch Percy, barber, 287 Mass av, h 90 
Ramsey av. 

Balcom Otis J, trav ag-t, h 49 Beaty. 

Balcom Stephen P, civ engr, h 449 N Senate 
av. 

Baldock Elizabeth J (wid Wm), b 225 
Eureka av. 

Baldock Wm S, carp, h 225 Eureka av. 

Baldon Lun, lab, b 46 Jones. 

Baldon Stephen, lab, h 46 Jones. 

Baldridg-e Jane (wid Charles), h 271 Lafay- 
ette. 

Baldus Caroline (wid John), grocer, 42 
Pendleton av (B), h same. 

Baldua George P, lab, h 316 Excelsior av. 

Baldus Henry P, helper, h n w cor Gale and 
Willow (B). 

Baldus Ignatz P, engr, b 42 Pendleton av 
(B). 

Baldus John J, elk, b 42 Pendleton av (B). 

Baldus Joseph, saloon, .250 N Noble, h same. 

Baldwin Amos J, fireman, b 287 Fletcher 
av. 

Baldwin Benjamin, tmstr, h n w cor Berlin 
av and 20th. 

Baldwin Benjamin jr, lab, b n w cor Ber- 
lin av and 20th. 

Baldwin Celia, h 51 Rhode Island. 

Baldwin Dwight H (D H Baldwin & Co), 
r Cincinnati, O. 

BALDWIN D H & CO (Dwight H Bald- 
win, Lneien Wnlsin, George W Arm- 
strong, Albert A VanBnren, Clarence 
Wnlsin), Pianos and Organs, 95-99 
N Penn; Tel 47. 

Baldwin Ebenezer, boarding 1 S Gale (B). 

Baldwin Edward, tmstr, h 237 S Reisner 
(W I). 

Baldwin Esther (wid Louis H), h 33 Tacoma 
av. 

Baldwin Frank M, mnfrs agt, 83 Baldwin 
blk, h 1090 N Penn. 

Balc^win George A, metalwkr Indpls Pat- 
tern Wks, b 184 E Vermont. 

Baldwin Greene, lab, h 8 Hazel. 

Baldwin Isaac D, r 23 Brandon blk. 



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Baldwin James H, office 83 Baldwin blk, h 

.385 N Penn. 
Baldwin Jesse, brakeman, h 33 Tacoma av. 
Baldwin John, lab, b 19 Woodburn av (W 

I). 
Baldwin Lewis L, elk R M S, b Sherman 

House. 
BALDWIN, MILLER & CO (Silas Bald- 

Trin, Enri«xne C Miller, Joseph E 

Reagan), Wholesale AVatches, Clocks 

and Je-welry, 31-34 Commercial Clnb 

Bldg; Tel 932. 

Baldwin Robert W, fireman, b 30 Oliver av 

(W I). 
Baldwin Silas (Baldwin, Miller & Co), b 318 

N Meridian. 
Baldwin Stephen, lab, h 46 Jones. 
Baldwin Thomas, lab, h 1373 N Capitol av. 
Baldwin Thomas L, fireman, h 57 Pierce. 
Baldwin Wm, lata, h 525 W Wells (N I). 
Baldwin Wm R, brakeman, r 101 Bates. 
Bales Arthur S, brakeman, h 49 S Gale (B). 
Bales Berton B, elk Hord & Perkins, b 1105 

N Senate av. 
Bales Mack C. fireman, b 90 N Senate av. 
Bales Otho D, elk When Clothing Store, b 

1105 N Senate av. 
Bales Solomon D, broker. Union Stock 

Yards ('W I), b 94 S Reisner (W I). 
Bales Walter, brakeman, b 23 Poplar (B). 
Bales Wm P, elk Original Eagle, h 1105 N 

Senate av. 
Balfe John, elev condr Murphy, Hibben & 

Co, b 350 E Morris. 
Balfe Josephine C. takkpr Acme Steam 

Laundry, b 350 E Morris. 
Balfe Vitahs C (wid John;, h 350 E Morris. 
Balfour Alexander C (Balfour, Potts & 

DooUttle), h 124 Highland pi. 
Balfour Charles O, elk Indiana Bicycle Co, 

b 290 Dillon. 
Balfour James M (Balfour & Prasse), h 

290 Dillcn. 
Balfour, Potts & DooUttle (Alexander C 

Balfour, Edward G Potts, Edwin P Doo- 
Uttle), butter, 28 S Delaware. 
Balfour & Prasse (James M Balfour, 

Christian Prasse), saloon, 559 Virginia av. 




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Established 1876. TELEPHONE 168. 

CHESTER BRADFORD, 

Solicitor ob" Patents, 
ayo covissel i!s patent causes. 

(See adv. page 6.) 

Office:— Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S.W. 

Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Balk Lizzie E. cigars, SO E Market, b 223 W 
South. 

Balk Wm A. h 308 Tandes. 

Balke Charles R, pres Balke & Krauss Co, 
h 27S N Senate av. 

Balke Louisa (wid Charles), ta 278 N Sen- 
ate av. 

BALKE & KRAUSS CO, Chaj-les R 
Balke Pres, Henry Griffltlis Vice- 
Pres. Herniaii H Schnlz Sec and 
Treas, Lumber, Lime and Coal and 
Planing" Mill, cor Market and Mis- 
souri: Tel lOSl. (See right bottom 
lines.) 

Ball Addison W, phys, 132 Columbia av, h 

same. 
Ball Albert J, elk R M S, b 327 N Illinois. 
Ball Chauncey, lab, h w s James 1 n of 

Division (B). 
Ball Courtland, r 37^ W Market. 
Ball Cutler T (Ball & Maple), h 1609 N 

Illinois. 
Ball Edward C, trav agt, h 39 Eastern av. 
Ball Ellen, h 172 Blackford. 
Ball Elmer M, architect, r 205 S Pine. 
Ball Frank, lab, h 39 Brett. 
Ball Frank W, printer, b 106 Oliver av 

(W I). 
Ball George, r 212y, S Meridian. 
Ball James T, flagman, h 240 W Market. 
Ball Jeremiah C, hostler, r 120 E Wabash. 
Ball Jessie M (wid Jerome C), boarding 

68 S State av. 
Ball John C, shoemkr, r 154 Madison av. 
Ball John E, tel opr, b 74 W New York. 
Ball John S, lab, h w s James 1 n of Di- 
vision (B). 
Ball Leila R, b 1609 N Illinois. 
Ball Lily V, elocutionist, b w s Ritter av 

6 n of Washington av (I). 
Ball May, mngr Willcox & Gibbs Sewing 

Machine Co, 108 N Penn, r 124 E Ohio. 
Ball Napoleon D, trav agt, h w s Ritter 

av 6 n of Washin^on av (I). 
Ball Nathan, carp, h 98 Paca. 
Ball Orlow B, city circulator The Indpls 

News, h 17 Hoyt av. 
Ball Rinaldo L, polisher, b 495 E 9th. 



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Ball Susan A, h 63 Lexington av. 

Ball Thomas, lab, r 355 S Capitol av. 

Ball Wm, carp, b 240 W Market. 

Ball Wm T, agt, h 55 Ellen. 

Ball Wm T, tailor, h 39 Eastern av. 

BALL & MAPLE (Cntler T Ball, Alfred 
L Maple), Proprs Electro Cure Insti- 
tute, Rooms 1-3, 291/2 W Ohio. 

Ballance Robert J, mach, h 871 Cornell av. 

Ballard Austin, engraver, h 52 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Ballard Celeste G, stenog Secretary of 
State, b 159 N Illinois. 

Ballard Charles B (Russie & Ballard), h 44 
Stevens. 

Ballard David F, huckster, h 3 Hill. 

Ballard Frank L F, gateman, h. 1775 Grace- 
land av. 

Ballard Frank O Rev, pastor Memoria,! 
Presbyterian Church, h 401 Ash. 

Ballard Granville M, real est, 19 Talbott 
blk, h 293 N Meridian. 

Ballard Harrison W, h 287 N Meridian. 

Ballard Harry C. elk. "Van Camp H and I 
Co, h 152 Dougherty. 

Ballard Henry, lab, h w s Caroline av 3 
n of Hillside av. 

Ballard Henry C, plastr, h. 44 Stevens. 

Ballard H Wilfred, designer Indiana Illus- 
trating Co, b 31 Dickson. 

Ballard Isaac A, painter, b 168 E North. 

Ballard James W, stonecutter, h 38 Henry. 

Ballard James W, barber, 108 Michigan 
(H), h same. 

Ballard Jane (wid Levering), b 158 Spring. 

Ballard John C, mer police, h 333 W 2d. 

Ballard John T, huckster, h 201 Union. 

Ballard John W, cabtmkr, h 35 King av 
(H). 

Ballard John W, cigarmkr, b 20 N West. 

BALLARD JOSEPH H, Physician, 
Hours 8-10 A M, 3-4 and 7-8 P M, 108 
Hill av: Tel 617; h 75 Woodruff a v. 

Ballard Judson, lab, h 410 N Brookside av. 
Ballard Kate, h 142 Indiana av. 
Ballard Levi C, elk, h 1059 N Senate av. 
Ballard Luella, h 137 Downey. 
Ballard Mabel, printer, b 165 N Capitol av. 
Ballard Mary M (wid Jehu), r 296 Virginia 

av. 
Ballard Myrtle, forewoman, r 187 E Ohio. 
Ballard Nancy A (wid Wm), h 3071/2 N 

W^est. 
Ballard Nellie (wid Wm O), r 296 Virginia 

av. 
Ballard Nellie, teacher Public School No 1 

(H), b 333 W 2d. 
Ballard Orion C, h 416 Cornell av. 
Ballard Ruth A (wid Cornelius W), b 158 

Spann av. 
Ballard Thomas, lab, h 142 Indiana av. ^ 
Ballard Walter M, bkkpr Indpls Abattoir 

Co, h 413 Ash. 
BALLARD WM H, Ice Cream Mnfr, 103 

IV Delaware, h 364 College av; Tel 

410. 
Ballard Wm J, wirewkr, h 213 S Linden. 
Ballard Wm P, agt, h 416 Cornell av. 
Ballenger Carl C, cashr Nieoll The Tailor, 

b 204 Huron. 
Ballenger Prank W, lawyer, b 273 Park av. 
Ballenger Harvey, lab, h 204 Huron. 
Ballenger Jennie L (wid Charles), h 530 Col- 
lege av. 
Ballenger Luther H, carp, h 18 Wheeler. 
Ballenger Walter S, mngr The Holt Ice 

and Cold Storage Co, b 530 College av. 



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Ballenger V/m T, barber, r 229 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Balling-er Elijah M, carp, h 76 Yandes. 

Ballinger John W, car rep, h 17 S Waverly 
(B). 

Ballinger Marion P, carp, h 205 E Market. 

Balling-er Nellie J (wid Jesse), h 426 Fulton. 

Ballinger Linnie A, boarding 205 E Market. 

Ballinger Wm S, broommkr, h 354 Ramsey 
av. 

Ballinger Winston, motorman, h 99 Oliver 
av (W I). 

Ballman Ernest, chairmkr, h 868 S Me- 
ridian. 

BAL-LMAIVN J HENRY, Hon.se, Sign and 
Fresco Painter, 60 E Oliio, li 426 N 
New Jersey; Tel 757. 

Ballnow Frank, mach. ta Germania House. 

Ballou Charles A, elk Board of State Char- 
ities, r 51 State House. 

Ballou Frank, piano tuner Emil Wulschner 
& Son, b 136 N Penn. 

Ballow Alice E (wid George S), b 232 S Cap- 
itol av. 

Ballow George F, lab, h 232 S Capitol av. 

Ballweg Alfred E, framemkr, h 1142 N Ala- 
bama. 

Ballweg Amalie (wid Ambrose), h 17i Madi- 
son av. 

Ballweg Charles F, picture framemkrt 109% 
E Washington, h rear 120 Wright. 

Ballweg Clara, b 695 S Meridian. 

Ballweg Frederick W (Ballweg & Co), h 
695 S Meridian. 

Ballweg Louis E, supt Ballweg & Co, b 695 
S Meridian. 

BALLWEG & CO (Freelericlv W Ball- 
Tpeg, Wni Blizard), Box Mnfrs, cor 
Willcins and Pogne's rnn; Tel 903. 

Balph Benjamin P, carp, h 449 W McLene 

(N I). 
Bals Anthony H, h 892 N Senate av. 
Bals Anthony H jr, elk, h 52 Sullivan. 
Bals Christian F, h 950 N Capitol av. 

BALS HENRY C G, Secretary Union 
Trnst Co, 68 E Market, li 310 Col- 
lege av. 

Bals Henry F, elk, h 892 N Senate av. 

Baltimore & Ohio Express Co, 23 S Merid- 
ian; tel 378. 

Baltutis Alfred A, cook, h 192 N Senate av. 

Balz Charles P, elk Indpls Dist Tel Co, h 
412 Cornell av. 

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, 
h 509 N Senate av. 

Balz Frederick G, elk Indpls Millinery Co, 
h 72 W 9th. 

Balz John F, elk Lilly & Stalnaker, b 398 
N West. 

Balz John M, meats, 60 W 7th, h 72 W 9th. 

Balz Lulu C, teacher Public School No 17, 
b 509 N Senate av. 

Balz Peter, h 72 W 9th. 

Balz Peter F, mngr Danbury Hat Co, h 334 
Orange. 

Balz Philip H, butcher, h 509 N Senate av. 

Bamberger Edwin L, lawyer, 37 Journal 
bidg, b 321 N Alabama. 

Bamberger Herman, trav agt Indpls Brewg 
Co, h 321 N Alabama. 

Bamberger Isaac, b 5 Ft Wayne av. 

Bamberger Michael, trav agt, b 204 N Illi- 
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Bamberger Ralph, lawyer 11 Aetna bldg, 
b 321 N Alabama. 

Bandemer Albert O, lab, h 322 Columbia 
av. 

Bandy Haskell R, polisher, h 321 Hillside 
av. 

Bandy James E, motorman, h 69 W 6th. 

Bandy Jonathan W, steamfitter, h S 
Cooper. 

Bandy Wm E, bkkpr, h 8 Cooper. 

Bandy Wm V, polisher, h 321 Hillside av. 

Bane Jane, confr, 6141/2 S East, h same. 

Bane John, lab, r 328 E Washington. 

Bane Wm M, iab, h 6141/2 S East. 

Banes Henry C, elk R M S, h 268 Brook- 
side av. 

Bangs Wendell O (Prather & Bangs), b 
119 N lUinois. 

Banier Anna M (wid Basil H), h 348 Union. 

Baning Barbara (wid Jacob), b 55 Foun- 
dry (B). 

Banke Elizabeth (wid John H), dressmkr, 
21s S Olive, h same. 

Banke Frederick H, mach, b 218 S Olive. 

Bankert Ella, laundress, h 235 Muskingum 
al. 

Bankert Jacob K, brakeman, b 1127 E 
Washington. 

Bankett Theophilus. coachman 272 N Penn. 

Banks Alfred, bartndr, h 445 N California. 

Banks Andrew M, h 106 Columbia av. 

Banks Bud, lab, h 124 N Missouri. 

Banks Edward, lab, h 29 Maxwell. 

Banks Eric Z, carp, h 131 Dougherty. 

Banks Harry E, peddler, h 123 Newman. 

Banks Irvin, blksmith, r s e cor Washing- 
ton and National avs (I). 

Banks Isaiah, lab, h 119 Newman. 

Banks Isaiah jr, lab, b 119 Newman. 

Banks James, lab, h 204 Middle. 

Banks John, cook, h 329 W North. 

Banks John, lab, b 119 Newman. 

Banks John, lab, r 20 N West. 

Banks Martha (wid John), h 518 W Mary- 
la.nd. 

Bank3 Melvin, tinner, b 1655 Graceland av. 

Banks Morris, porter Ross House. 

Banks Reuben, farmer, h s s Washington 
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Banks Silas, lab, b 119 Newman. 

Banks Warren, hostler, b 131 Columbia al. 

Banks WaiTen. lab, h 119 Newman. 

Banks Wesley, lab, h 75 Torbet. 

Banks Wesley S, restaurant. 31 Kentucky 
av. h same. 

Banks Wm, ianitor, h 294 Alvord. 

Banks Wm H. lab, h n s Pendleton pike 1 
mile e of (B). 

Banks Wm M. cashr. b 112 Division (W I). 

Banks M'm W, carp, b 85 Birch av (W I). 

Banks Wvatt, porter N Y Store, h 285 Fay- 
ette. 

Bannan Michael J, h 31 Vinton. 

Bannan Richard, boarding 171 E Court. 

Banner Hermann, lab, b 146 Michigan (H). 

Banner John. lab. b e s Temperance 2 s 
of English av (I). 

Banner Moses, lab, h e s Temperance 2 s 
of English av (I). 

Banner Rudolph, porter, h 217^4 W Mary- 
land. 

Banner Frank, gilder, h 59 Dunlop. 

Banning James H. trav agt. h s s Univer- 
sity av 1 e of Ritter av (I). 

Bannon Andrew J, mach, h 21 Brett. 

Bannon George (Bannon & Co), h 206 
Dougherty. 

Bannon John, car rep, h 74 N Gillard av. 

Bannon Michael, lab. h 1861.4 Virginia av. 

Bannon Thomas, barber, h 274 Lincoln la. 

Bannon Wm R, student, b 206 Dougherty. 

Bannon & Co (George Bannon, Michael K 
Stack), notions, 26 N Illinois. 

Bannwarth Albert S, tel opr L W Louis, b 
14.55 E Ohio. 

Bannwarth Benedict, h 175 Davidson. 

Bannwarth Ben.iamin. elk, b 175 Davidson. 

Bannwarth Carrie E, bkkpr, b 175 Davidson. 

Bannwarth Charles E (O D Weaver & Co), 
h 1.58 N Pine. 

Banse Theresa (wid Wm), h 195 S East. 

Banta Dallas F, driver, h 58 S Judge Hard- 
ing (W I). 

Banta Florence, h 70 Buchanan. 

Banta Horton F, elk, b 70 Buchanan. 

Banta Isaac V, molder, h 38 Warman av 
(H). 



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Banta Louisa J, dressmkr. 43 Bates, b 
same. 

Banta Robert A, agt, h 216 Dougherty. 

Banta Samuel, lab, h 43 Bates. 

Bantz Jacob, stable boss, b 450 S Delaware. 

Bany Adam, elk Indpls Drug Co, h 729 S 
Meridian. 

Bany Bros (Henry A and Frank S), bar- 
bers, 97 E South. 

Bany Edmund, barber, 105 Harrison, h 110 
Cook. 

Bany Frank A, driver, b 694 E Market. 

Bany Frank S (Bany Bros), h 424 Union. 

Bany Henry, driver, h 55 Yeiser. 

Bany Henry A (Bany Bros), b 55 Yeiser. 

Banv Peter, saloon, 257 E Washington, h 
694 E Market, 

Bany Philip, engr, h 17 Agnes. 

Bany Simon, shoemkr, 832 E Market, h 
same. 

Bany Simon jr, bartndr, h 87 Yeiser. 

Banzhef Martin J, mach, h 74 Eastern av. 

Banzing Charles, cigarmkr, b 630 S Mer- 
idian. 

Baptist John H, contr, 61 Yandes, h same. 

Baptist Outlook The, Indiana Baptist Pub- 
lishing Co pubs. 68 Baldwin blk. 

Barasch Leon, cigar mngfr, 233 E Washing- 
ton, h same. 

Barbee Harry C. mach, h 130 E Merrill. 

Barbee Henry C, lab, h 168 W 2d. 

Barbee James, lab. b rear 258 S Illinois. 

Barbee Milton C. car rep, h 24 Hadley. 

Barbee Robert B, wagonmkr, h 363 Orange. 

Barber Angeline E (wid Luman), b n e cor 
Excelsior and Pope avs. 

Barber Edward A, mach hd, h n e cor Ex- 
celsior and Pope avs. 

Barber Elma E (wid Edwin), h 354 Talbott 
av. 

Barber Emmons, lab, h 365 W North. 

Barber Harry, mach, h 130 E Merrill. 

Barber Harry R, insp Am Tel and Tel Co, 
h 381 N Delaware. 

Barber Jackson, lab. r 338 Superior. 

Barber James H, lab. h 178^^ Indiana av. 

Barber Johanna, b 346 Talbott av. 

Barber Odie. lab, b 91 Locke. 

Barber Lewis, lab, b 72 Oscar. 

Barber Pell, lab, b 109 Kappus (W I). 

Barber Simon, lab, h 91 Locke. 

Barber Sarah (wid Milton C), h 24 Hadley. 

Barber Sonnv, lab, h 193 Patterson, 

Barber Thonias, lab, b 109 Kappus (W I). 

Barber Virgil, lab, h 109 Kappus (W I). 

Barber Wm B, architect, h 293 N Senate 
av. 

Barbour Ann (wid Edmund), b 119 W 6th. 

Barbour Burr, lab, h 148 Lennox. 

Barbour Charles, h 148 Lennox. 

Barbour Edward E, student, h 150 E North. 

Barbour Elizabeth (wid Thomas), h 64 W 
1st. 

Barbour Frederick J, lab, b 51 Brett, 

Barbour George R. elk E C Atkins & Co, 
h 36 The Plaza. 

Barbour Harriet (wid Samuel), b 597 N 
Capitol av. 

Barbour Hough, lab, b 148 Lennox. 

Barbour Isaac, driver, b 3.30 Douglass, 

Barbour Jacob, lab, b 148 Lennox. 

Barbour John M, mach hd, h 1410 North- 
western av. 

Barbour Randolph E, barber, r 45 Brett. 

Barbour Shadrach H, lab, h 90 W 8th. 

Barbour Susan W, teacher Public School 
No 2, b 409 N Penn. 

Barbour Thomas, lab, h 51 Brett. 

Barbour Walker, lab, h 51 Howard. 



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Barckdall Daniel, confr, h 666 W Washing- 
ton. 

Barckdall George S, lab, b 67 Drake. 

Barckdall Percival, city agt Gray & Grib- 
ben, h 67 Drake. 

Barclay Isa.bella, housekpr, h n s Bedford 
av nr Park av. 

Barcus James Q. mngr Northern Indiana 
N Y Life Ins Co, h 381 Broadway. 

Barcus Joshua E, bkkpr, b 27 S McLain 
(W I). 

Barcus Wm A, molder, b 27 S McLain 
(W I). 

Bard Colbert A, elk R M S, h 247 N Capi- 
tol av. 

Bareswilt Daniel, helper, b 21 Hope (B). 

Barfield Isaac, lab, h 90 Newman. 

Barge Gurley L, nailer, b 216% S Meridian. 

Barge Lewis S, elk, h 2161/2 S Meridian. 

Barger George T, blksmith, 1352 N Senate 
av, h same. 

Barger John G, student, h 420 S Illinois. 

Barger Martin, lab, h e s Miami 4 s of 
Prospect (N). 

Barger Milton E, bicyclemkr, b 1352 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Bargholt Frederick, news agt, r n w cor 
Union and Palmer. 

Bario Lina. h 432 Talbott av. 

Barkalow Albert V, furnishings, 20 Pem- 
broke Arcade, b 203 N West. 

Barkalow George, elk, b 203 N West. 

Barkalow John W, bkkpr, h 523 Park av. 

Barkau Wm, lab, Ij n s Rowland av 2 w of 
Orchard. 

Barkdall Wm A. turner, h 632 W Wells 
(N I). 

Barker Averitte A, carp, b n w cor Floral 
av and Fountain. 

Barker Bud, lab, h 86 S Bast. 

Barker Charles S, elk E C Atkins & Co, 
h 145 Woodlawn av. 

Barker Claude, boxmkr, b 75 Lockerbie. 

Barker De Moss, weaver, b 105% Broadway. 

Barker Doctor, lab, h 568 W McLene (N I). 

Barker Ellen M (wid Harry), b 211 Key- 
stone av. 

Barker Franklin H, carp, h 585 W Francis 
(N I). 

Barker George, h 50 N William (W I). 

Barker Harold, lab, b 1051/2 Broadway. 

Barker Homer R, student, b 425 Talbott av. 

Barker Jefferson B, waiter, r 75 Adams. 

Barker John, waiter The Denison. 

Barker John H, carp, h 555 W McLene 
(N I). 

Barker John V, cashr, h 117 E Michigan. 

Barker Joseph F, carp, h 538 W Shoe- 
maker (N I). 

Barker Lewis C, trav agt, h 1672 Kenwood 
av. 

Barker Lydia J (wid Daniel), h 105% 
Broadway. 

Barker Nellie, seamstress Asylum for 
Friendless Colored Children. 

Barker Oliver, brickmkr, h 103 Colgrove av. 

Barker Peter F, fireman, b 568 McLene 
(N I). 

Barker Robert P, carp, h 297 S Missouri. 

Barker Sarah (wid Samuel), h 268 W Ver- 
mont. 

Barker Sarah J, b 75 Lockerbie. 

Barker Simeon, lab, b 65 Huron. 

Barker Thomas J, plumber, h 289 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Barker Wm, driver, h 71 Maxwell. 

Barker Wm H, painter, h 69 Sheffield (W I). 

Barkes Obadiah T, foreman, h 1006 W 
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Barkes Sarah E (wid Wm), h 56 N Senate 
av. 

Barkhau Agnes (wid Charles), h 432 S Mer- 
idian. 

Barkhurst Drusilla (wid Wm), h n s Or- 
chard av 3 w of Roseline. 

Barkley John D, b 251 N Meridian. 

Barkley Merrill B, b 251 N Meridian. 

Barkley Minor, elk C C C & St L Ry, h 82 
E North. 

Barkley Wm S, h 251 N Meridian. 

Barley John, carp, r 157 E Ohio. 

Barley John, cooper, h 121 Haugh (H). 

Barley Wm H, pressman, b 379 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Barlow George F, patrolman, h 137 E South. 

Barlow Harriet H (wid Frederick H), nurse, 
r 133 N Penn. 

Barlow James M, ins agt, h 217 S New Jer- 
sey. 

Barlow Jane J, milliner, b 137 B South. 

Barlow John F, city fireman, h 18 Athon. 

Barlow Raymond, brakeman, b 44 Lord. 

Barlow Willard L, finisher, b 137 B South. 

Barmeier Henrietta, music teacher, 867 N 
New Jersey, b same. 

Barmfuhrer Charles, lab, h 325 S Olive. 

Barmfuhrer Christian, lab, h 428 S State av. 

Barmfuhrer Frederick, elk George's Hotel. 

Barmfuhrer John J, cigarmkr, b 428 S State 
av. 

Barmm Charles E, drugs, 452 Mass av, h 
same. 

Barnaby George M, lab, h 2 Coe. 

Barnaby Thomas J, lab, h 2 Coe. 

Barnaby Wm O, foreman, h 241 Elizabeth. 

Barnard, see also Barnhart and Bernhardt. 

Barnard Frederick, shoes, 3 S Illinois, b 1733 
N Illinois. 

Barnard Henry, h 473 S Illinois. 

Barnard Herman J, lumber inspr, h 71 
Woodruff av. 

Barnard Ida M, cashr C S Warburton, b 33 
Newman. 

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>:; (0 Barnard J Ott, barber, r 213 W Ohio. 

<i; N Barnard Mary J (wid Wm D), h 33 New- 

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O U Barnard Nelson P, b 33 Newman. 
"^ Z Barnard Perry M, elk, b 146 Clifford av. 
■^ O Barnard Warren G. elk. r 132 W Vermont. 
-^I Barnard & Leas Mnfg- Co. T M Van Horn 
S IL mngr, contrs, 49 Board of Trade bldg. 
^ bl Barneclo Frank E. night foreman Frank 
. . J Bird Transfer Co, h 149 S Noble. 
C/5 '•' Barneclo Henrv D, molder, h 366V2 Blake. 
Q •" Barneclo Henry H, engr. h 84 Park av. 
2 Barneclo Oliver M. grinder, h 22 Lord. 
^^ Barnell Oris P, city salesman Benjamin R 
-v-^ Smith, h 109 Sanders. 

Barner Caroline, laundress, h 173 E Court. 
Barnes Albert A, woodenware mnfr, n w 
cor Addison and Emma (N I), h 850 N 
Meridian. 
Barnes Albert H, lab, b 504 W Shoemaker 

(N I). 
Barnes Alfred A. salesman Fahnley & Mc- 

Crea, b 1063 N Illinois. 
Barnes Andrew J, sec and treasurer Col- 
lege of Commerce, h 41 Huron. 
Barnes Bert, bricklyr, h 884 Milburn (M P). 
Barnes Catharine (wid James), h 17 Lock- 
erbie. 
Barnes Curtis E, carp, h 179 W 9th. 
Barnes Dawson E, phys, 3 West Drive (W 

P). h same. 
Barnes Douglass A, h 29 S California. 
Barnes Edwin J, city fireman, h 1033 W 

Washington. 
Barnes Frank, brakeman, r 39 N State av. 
Barnes Frank, tailor, b 214 Middle. 
Barnes Frank P, blksmith, h 88 S Shade 

(B). 
Barnes George H, carp, h 95V2 N Delaware. 
Barnes George H, condr, h 178 Brookslde 

av. 
Barnes Granville, genl mngr The Newark 
Machine Co, 5 Board of Trade bldg, r 173 
E Vermont. 
Barnes Hamilton P, mach, h 57 Columbia 

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Barnes Henry F, phys, 1215 N Penn, h 

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Barnes Hugh, bartndr, h 89 Giesendorff. 



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Barnes Jesse, tinner, h 228 W Ohio. 

Barnes John, condr, h 502^^ College av. 

Barnes John A, mngr, r 51 The Chalfant. 

Barnes C F, carp, h 37 Samoa. 

Barnes John E, electrician, h 17 Lockerbie. 

Barnes John N, lab, b rear 518 Virginia av. 

Barnes Jonas W, lab, h 115 Mulberry. 

Barnes Laura A (wid Alfred R), h 1063 N 
Illinois. 

Barnes Martin R, miller, b 19 Minerva. 

Barnes Morris M, carp, b 37 Samoa. 

Barnes Richard H, pres The Indpls Book: 
and Stationery Co, h 454 Broadway. 

Barnes Richard N, molder, h 154 Sheffield 
av (H). 

Barnes Riley P, b 95% N Delaware. 

Barnes Sarah A (wid George D), h 416 W 
Addison (N I). 

Barnes Solomon, waiter 400 N Illinois. 

Barnes Turner, toolmkr, h 164 N Noble. 

Barnes W^alter, driver, b 574 N Penn. 

Barnes Wm, lab, b 512 S Meridian. 

Barnes Wm, lab, b 553 Virginia av. 

Barnes Wm, lab, ta 1 Willard. 

Barnes Wm A, lab, r 1661/^ W Washington. 

Barnes Wm H, undertaker, b 3 West Drive 
(W P). 

Barnes Wm J, saloon, 353 W Washington, 
h same. 

Barnes Wm T, elevator opr State House, b 
416 W Addison (N I). 

Barnes Wm T. sec and treas Vanguard 
Cycle Co, r 453 N Penn. 

Barnett, see also Barnitt and Burnett. 

Barnett Agnes, teacher Public School No 
15. b 210 Randolph. 

Barnett Benjamin B, lab, h 50 Thomas. 

Barnett Bennett, h 288 N Liberty. 

Barnett Charles L, trav agt, h 66 W Wal- 
nut. 

Barnett Edward J, lab, h 260 W Pearl. 

Barnett Emma, hairdresser, b 123 W Ver- 
mont. 

Barnett Elizabeth (wid Daniel), h 131 N 
State av. 

Barnett E Vawter (wid Wm H), b 43 Chris- 
tain av. 

Barnett Frank M. engr, h'41 Camp. 

Barnett George W, blksmith, h 173 Colum- 
bia av. 

Barnett Hattie (wid Wm), h 286 E Ver- 
mont. 

Barnett James, coachman 808 N Meridian. 

Barnett James H. condr, h 194 Spann av. 

Barnett James T. salesman The Bowen- 
Merrill Co, b 210 Randolph. 

Barnett Joel N, mach. h 185 Johnson av. 

Barnett John F (Bsrnett & Weisenberger), 
h 1132 N New Jersey. 

Barnett John M, elk R M S. b 276 N Penn. 

Barnett Julia, costumer, 288 N Liberty, h 
same. 

Barnett Lorena J (wid Nathaniel H), h 
27 Johnson av. 

Barnett Moses D, lab, b 142 Eddy. 

Barnett Peter W, lab. h 356 Douglass. 

Barnett Roscoe, painter, r 17 Franklin 
Life Ins bldg. 

Barnett Salem C, yardmaster, b 130 S Judge 
Harding (W I). 

Barnett Stewart W, car rep, h 75 Sheffield 
av (H). 

Barnett Thomas, watchman Indiana Re- 
formatory, h 210 Randolph. 

Barnett Virginia, seamstress, h 294 N 
Liberty. 

Barnett Wm. peddler, h 142 Eddy. 

Barnett & Weisenberger (John F Barnett. 
Frank Weisenberger). livery, rear 478 N 
Penn. 



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Barney Amanda M (wid Chester), b 308 
Home av. 

Barney George L, mngr, h 28 West Drive 
(W P). 

Barngrover Georg-e H, filer, b 130 N East. 

Barngrover Hattie (wid Louis C), h 130 N 
East. 

Barnhart, see also Barnard and Bernhardt. 

Barnhart Alice, teacher Indiana Reforma- 
tory, b same. 

Barnhart Charles E. finisher, h 27i/. Athon. 

Barnhart Emily (wid David), b 27i/^ Athon. 

Barnhart Emma, music teacher, 220 E 
Louisiana, b same. 

Barnhart Joel L, trav agt George W 
Stout, h 1359 N Illinois. 

Barnhart John, electrician, b 220 E Louis- 
iana. 

Barnhart Joseph A, flagman, h 132 New- 
man. 

Barnhart Philip A, elev opr, h 62 Traub av. 

Barnhart Wm, baggageman, h 220 E Louis- 



BAHNHART WM H, Carriage and 
Wag-onmalcer, Repairs of All Ivinds, 
479 S DelaTvare, li 134 Chnrcli. 

Barnhart Woodson G, lab. h 142 Church. 
Barnhill Charles A, student, b w s Central 

av 2 s of "Washington av (I). 
Barnhill Jacob W, carp, 200 W Pearl, h 173 

E Louisiana. 
Barnhill James K, letter carrier P O, h s 

e cor Michigan and Auburn av. 
Barnhill John C. h s s Washington av 2 e 

of Johnson av (I). 
Barnhill John C jr, phys, h n s Central av 

2 s of Washington av (I). 

BARNHILiIi JOHN F, Physician, Lim- 
ited to Nose, Tliroat and Ear, 516- 
518 Infiia.ua Trust Bids, r SI W Ver- 
mont. 

Barnhill Morton O, driver, h 560 W Francis 
(N I). 

Barnhill Samuel, news agt, b 173 E Louis- 
iana. 

Barnhizer Martin N, elk, b 431 College av. 

Barnitt, see also Barnett and Burnett. 

Barnitt Anna J (wid Thomas), h 390 N Sen- 
ate av. 

BARNITT JAMES L, Insurance, Real 
Estate and Loans, 31 Lomltard Bldg, 
b 513 N West. 

Barnitt Thornas. bkkpr Kingan & Co ltd, 
h 513 N West. 

Barnum George P, mach, b 143 N Alabama. 

Barnum Pandora L, elk, h 190 E Market. 

Barnum Wm W, grocer, 200 E Market, b 
190 same. 

BARON BROS (Charles F and Jacob J), 
Druggists, 703 E Washington; Tel 
845. 

Baron Charles F (Baron Bros), b 703 E 
Washington. 

Baron George M, h 28 N Gillard av. 

Baron Henry H, painter, h 57 Johnson av. 

Baron Jacob, mach hd, h 34 Yeiser. 

Baron Jacob J (Baron Bros), h 34 S Sum- 
mit. 

Baron John G, tailor, h 703 B Washington. 

Baron John U, b 703 E Washington. 

Baron Wm H, b 703 E Washington. 

Barr, see also Baar, Bahr, Bayer and 
Beyer. 

Barr Andre A, foreman, h 1161 N Capitol 
av. 

Barr Anna (wid John H), h 217 Buchanan. 



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Work House, h 72 Chadwick. 
Barr Emmet, lab, h 284 W 6th. 
Barr Frank J, trav insp Joint Rate Assn. 

h 177 N Liberty. 
Barr Jackson, lab, b 117 W 4th. 
Barr Mary H (wid Jacob), b 577 Ash. 
Barr Mary L (wid Rufus), h 1422 N Capitol 

av. 
Barr Walter A, b 1422 N Capitol av. 
Barr Wm D, train baggageman C C C & 

St L Ry, r 8, lOVg E Washington. 
Barr Wm H, elk, h 1527 N Meridian. 
Barr Wm H, switchman, b 176 S New Jer- 
sey. 
Barr Wm H, shoes, 228 E Washington, h 

68 Middle Drive (W P). 
Barre John S, cashr, r 106i/^ N Meridian. 
Barrett Andrew J, mach, h 174 Meek. 
Barrett Ann V (wid Henry), h 6 Haugh 

(H). 
Barrett Anthony, lab, h 408 Columbia av. 
Barrett Bridget (wid John), h rear 577 Si 

East. 
Barrett Bridget (wid Richard), h 333 N 

Pine. 

Barrett Catherine (wid Patrick), b 175 Dun- 
can. 
Barrett Charles, stenog, b 93 E South. 
Barrett Charles E (Holstein, Barrett & 

Hubbard), h n w cor 18th and Ash. 
Barrett Clinton T, harnessmkr, h 153 

Buchanan. 
Barrett Cyrus A, timekpr, b 228 Lexing- 1 

ton av. 

Barrett Edmund M, tel opr, b 6 Haugh (H). 
Barrett Ernest C, bkkpr, h 867 N Delaware. 
Barrett Haiman, second hd goods, 272 and 

281 E Washington, h 272 E Washington. 
Barrett Harry, elk, b 272 E Washington. 
Barrett Harry, solr, b 103 W South. 
Barrett James, lab, b rear 577 S East. 
Barrett James, lab, b S46 N Pine. 
Barrett James W, h 68 Cornell a,v. 
Barrett James W, mach, b 174 Meek. 
Barrett Jesse S, contr, 379 Ash, h same. 
Barrett John, fireman, b n w cor Michigan 

and State avs. 
Barrett John, lab, h rear 577 S East. 



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RooFiNQ ^ Cornice 
— -Works, 

930 W. Washington St. Tel. 1 1 1 8. 

Barrett John, lab, b 333 N Pine. 

Barrett John A, car rep, h 34 Elder av. 

Barrett John F, boilermkr, b 11 McGinnis. 

Barrett John M, city fireman, h 228 Lexing- 
ton av. 

Barrett John T, elk, h 80 Chadwick. 

Barrett Julia, cook The Denison. 

Barrett Margaret (wid Edward), h 304 S 
Illinois. 

Barrett Martin E, lab, b 11 McGinnis. 

Barrett Mary A (wid Edward), h 11 Mc- 
Ginnis. 

Barrett Mary E (wid James E), h 35 
Broadway. 

Barrett Michael J, baker Parrott & Tag- 
gart, b 11 McGinnis. 

Barrett Oliver O, elk Frank Bird Transfer 
Co. h 184 Blackford. 

Barrett Patrick, lab, h 174 Meek. 

Barrett Patrick, peddler, b rear 577 S East. 

Barrett Patrick J, opr W U Tel Co, b 
174 Meek. 

Barrett Philip, helper, b 333 N Pine. 

Barrett Raymond, mach, b 1100 W Wash- 
ington (H). 

Barrett Richard, lab, b 56 McGinnis. 

Barrett Richard J, carp, h 38 Michigan av. 

Barrett Robert V, elk. r 209 W Ohio. 

Barrett Roger, lab, b 56 McGinnis. 

Barrett Rose (wid James), h .56 McGinnis. 

Barrett Samuel, elk, b 272 E Washington. 

Barrett Sarah E, dressmkr, 34 Elder av, h 
same. 

Barrett Simpson K, h 499 E 7th. 

Barrett Solomon, cigars, 93 E South, h 
same. 

Barrett Thomas, paperhngr, h 72 Chad- 
wick. 

BARRETT THOMAS F, Chief Fire De- 
partment, Offloe H -sv cor Mass av and 
New York, J» 281 E Merrill. 

Barrett Thomas K, h 2.32 W Georgia. 

Barrett Walter T, checkman Frank Bird 
Transfer Co, b 38 Michigan av. 

Barrett Wm H, stenog, b 272 E Washing- 
ton. 

Barrick John R, bartndr, r 143 N Penn. 

Barrick Kate, housekpr The Denison. 



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Barrick Valentine P, brakeman, b 28 S 
State av. 

Barringer Samuel, mach, h n w cor Brown 
av and 22d. 

Barrow George, plater, h 230 Dougherty. 

Barrow James, lab, h 61 Beaty. 

Barrow Maria O (wid Henry), h 667 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Barrows Charles L, spinner, h 41 Birch av 
(W I). 

Barrows Edward H, driver, h 252 N Senate 
av. 

Barrows Edward W, foreman, b 1700 N Il- 
linois. 

Barrows Frances J (wid Frederick A), h 
2 Edgewood. 

Barrows Wm F, pres Equitable Savings 
and Lioan Assn, vice-pres Indiana Farmer 
Co, h 1700 N Illinois. 

Barry Charles L, elk, h 20 Traub av. 

Barry Edward, elk, b 209 W South. 

Barry Ellen (wid Richard), b 209 W South. 

Barry Ellen R (wid Charles L), h 281 N 
Liberty. 

Barry Felix, coachman, b 225 W Vermont. 

Barry George W, tinner, h 515 Armstrong 
(N I). 

Barry John, tailor, 29 Indiana av, h 177 W 
Vermont.. 

Barry Josephine E, teacher, b 234 N Senate 
av. 

Barry Mary (wid Edward), h 209 W Souih. 

Barry Maurice J, mach, h 20 Traub av. 

Barry Michael, engr, b 209 W South. 

Barry Orla C, barber, b 289 Virginia av. 

Barry Patrick, b 234 N Senate av. 

Barry Paul, driver, b 1225 N Capitol av. 

Barry Richard M, lab, b 209 W South. 

Barry Samuel, sawmkr, r 256 S Delaware. 

Barry Thomas, lab, h 12 Chadwick. 

Barry Thomas G, asst mngr Daniel Stew- 
art Co, h 553 N Meridian. 

Barry Wm B (W B Barry Saw and Supply 
Co), h 224 College av. 

BARRY \V B SAW AND SUPPLY CO 
(Wm B Barry), 132-134 S Penn; Tel 
638. 

Barsbier Wm H, helper, h 26 N Rural. 

Bartel Celia, elk, b 206 E Morris. 

Bartel John, paternmkr, h 97 Germania av. 

(H). 
Bartel Samuel G, architect, 88 Germania 

av (H), h same. 
Bartels Andrew, wheelmkr, h 352 S Olive. 
Bartels Christian, lab, h 202 Highland av. 
Bartenick Wm H, carp, h 40 S Stewart av, 

(B). 
Barter Wm, lumberman, b 432 E Vermont. 
Barth Charles H, collr, h 78 W 1st. 
Barth Clayton A, bkkpr, h s w cor 24th and 

Central av. 
Barth George W, trav agt, h 572 N Penn. 
Barth Jacob S, bkkpr Scofleld, Shurmer & 

Teagle, h s w cor Central av and 25th. 
Barth John, mach, h 239 Blackford. 
Barth John H Rev, h 161 Cottage av. 
Barth John W, trav agt Clemens Vonne- 

gut, h 385 N West. 
Barth Mellville F, bkkpr, b 161 Cottage av. 
Barth Ray M, elk P B Ault & Co, b 572 N 

Penn. 
Barth Richard C, elk, h 30 S Senate av. 
Barth Sebastian C Rev, h 387 N West. 
Barth Wm, insp, r 18 Union. 
Barthel Albert, meats, 754 B Washington, h 

same. 



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BARTHEL, BROS (Gustav, Oscar B and 
Franlc), Grocers and Meat Market, 
540 E Washington; Tel 1182. 

Barthel Frank (Barthel Bros), b 540 E 
Washington. 

Barthel Gustav (Barthel Bros), h 540 E 
Washing-ton. 

Barthel Johanna M (wid Bernhardt F W), 
h 540 B Washington. 

Barthel Oscar B (Barthel Bros), b 540 E 
Washington. 

Bartholomew Charles, h 277 E Washington. 

Bartholomew Charles A, tagger Bureau 
Animal Industry, h 946 Ash. 

Bartholomew Charles L, cushionmkr, b 58 
Athon. 

Bartholomew Clayton, engr, h 626 N West. 

Bartholomew Deborah S (wid Harris), Em- 
ployment Agency 30i^ N Delaware, h 831 
N Capitol av. 

Bartholomew Edward W, waiter, b 58 
Athon. 

Bartholomew Ernest F, packer, b 58 
Athon. 

Bartholomew George H, cooper,' h 7 Fay 
(WI). 

Bartholomew Harry M, r 152 N Illinois. 

Bartholomew John W, lab, b 277 E Wash- 
ington. 

Bartholomew Leila I, r 831 N Capitol av. 

Bartholomew Lester C, barber, b 34 N New 
Jersey. 

BARTHOLOMEW PLINY W, Lawyer. 
Ex-Judge Superior Court, 11-12 
Baldwin Blk, li 526 College av. 

Bartholomew Silas T, second hd store 255i/^ 
and 277 E Washington, h 255i/^ same. 

Bartholomew Thomas S, cooper, h 58 Athon. 

Bartholomew Thomas W, ins agt, b 262 S 
Missouri. 

Bartholomew Walter T, agt, b 58 Athon. 

Bartholomew Washington I, trav agt, h s s 
University av 1 w of Grand av (I). 

Bartholomew Wm M, lab, b 255i^ E Wash- 
ington. 

Bartle Frank H, mach, b 92 S Wheeler (B). 

Bartleson John A, waiter, h 283 E Court. 

Bartlett Arthur F, collr, h 205 E Morris. 

Bartlett Cyrus, sawmkr, h 221 Sheldon. 

Bartlett Edward H, lab, r 190 B Market. 

Bartlett Franklin B, lab, h 130 Baltimore av. 

Bartlett George, coachman 940 N Penn. 

Bartlett George C, driver, h 53 Ellen. 

Bartlett George E, lab, r 200 E Market. 

Bartlett Harriet (wid Richard), h 39 Ellen. 

Bartlett Harrison, janitor, b rear 123 Co- 
lumbia al. 

Bartlett Harry F, coachman 862 N Me- 
ridian. 

Bartlett Jacob D, lab, h 18 Nordyke av 
(W I). 

Bartlett James, lab, r 323 Clinton. 

Bartlett James A, driver, h s e cor Man- 
love av and 17th. 

Bartlett John, lab, h 100 Torbet. 

Bartlett John, C. peddler, h 521 "W Maryland. 

Bartlett John W. coremkr, h 14 Elliott. 

Bartlett Joseph, lab, b rear 123 Columbia al. 

Bartlett Joseph, lab. h 202 Elizabeth. 

Bartlett Lydia (wid David), h rear 123 Co- 
lumbia al. 

Bartlett Nancy (wid Abraham), b 136 Co- 
lumbia al. 

Bartlett Phoebe (wid George), h 166 W 2d. 

Bartlett Rena A (wid Matthew), h 332 S 
State av. 

Bartlett Samuel E, lab, h 101 Maple. 

Bartlett Stewart L, sawmkr, h 60 E Merrill. 



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Rooms 325 to 330 Lemcke Bldjr. 



Bartlett Susan (wid Charles), b 69 N Olive. 
Bartlett Viola (wid Lee), h 395 Blackford. 
Bartlett Wm H, driver, h 1391 N Capitol av. 
Bartley Charles, lab, b 139 Fayette. 
Bartley James M, carp, h 206 Hoyt av. 
Bartley John B, fireman, h 100 Torbet. 
Bartley Joseph, lab, b 389 Blackford. 
Bartley Virgil B, lab, b 139 Fayette. 
Bartling Wm F, driver, h 224 Cedar. 
Bartlow John W, carp, h 8 N Dorman. 
Bartmess Zora. teacher, r 155 N Illinois. 
Bartol Harry B, route agt Am Ex Co, h 

407 Talbott av. 
Bartolles Mary A (wid Wm), b 1122 N Penn. 
Barton Bridget, h 26 Chadwick. 
Barton Charles A, trav agt. r 39i^ Indiana 

a v. 
Barton Daniel, lab. b 26 Chadwick. 
Barton David C. millwright, h 958 Sugar 

Grove av (MP). 
Bai-ton Frank, plumber, 15 Edward (W I), 

h same. 
Barton George N. condr. b 123 N Illinois. 
Barton Grace, h 33 N Noble. 
Barton Ida M. b 45 Birch av (W I). 
Barton James, lab, h 299 Blake. 
Barton John R, stonecutter, h 217 River av 

(W I). 
Barton Jones, lab, b 203 W 4th. 
Barton Mary M (wid John), h 260 Roanoke. 
Barton Patrick, lab, b 284 W Maryland. 
Barton Sarah B, h 72 W Ohio. 
Barton Wm B, carp, h 44 S Belmont (W I). 
Barton Wm E (W E Barton & Co), b 404 

N Delaware. 
Barton Wm H. syrup refiner. 501 W Wash- 
ington, h 273 River av (W I). 
Barton Wm R, musician, r 87 E South. 
Barton Wm T, blksmith, h 402 B Market. 

BARTON W E & CO (W^m E Barton, 
Miles G O'jVeall), Genl Agts American 
Bonding and Trust Co of Baltimore 
City and Union Casualty aind Surety 
Co of St Louis, Mo, 504 Indiana Trust 
Bldg; Long Distance Tel 1918. (See 
riglit bottom cor cartls.) 

Bartsch Frank, blksmith, h 36 N Belmont 
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Bartz Albert H, sawyer, b 314 Martindale 
av. 

Bartz Charles P, mach. h 314 Martindale av. 

Baruch Simon S, clic The Wm H Block Co, 
b 267 N New Jersey. 

Barus Carl, music teacher, 243 N East, h 
same. 

Barwise Richard M, elk Indiana Bicycle 
Co, b 433 N Illinois. 

Base Ernest W, lab, h 63 Germania av (H). 

Basey Andrew H, finisher, r 528 E Wash- 
ington. 

Basey Edward W H, mach, b 166 Harrison. 

Basey Fannie (wid Andrew H), b 82 Michi- 
gan av. 

Basey Frederick C, lab, h 324 E Vermont. 

Basey Frederick H, mach, b 166 Harrison. 

Basey Henry-, carp, b 166 Harrison. 

Basey Louis C, mach, b 324 E Vermont. 

Basey Otto F, uphlr, h 287 Spring. 

Basey Wm, lab, h 48 Michigan av. 

Bash Hannah (wid Smith), h 1691 N Illi- 
nois. 

Bash John F, mach hd, b 73 Tandes. 

Bash Wm E, h 1691 N Illinois. 

Bashford Harriet (wid Henry), h 13 Riley 
blk. 

Basker\ille Robert, mach, h 32 Standard av 
(W I). 

Baskett John S, lab, has Muskingum al, 
3 n of 1st. 

Baskin Harry, produce, E Mkt House, h 117 
Eddy. 

Bason Alfred H. elk W U Tel Co, b 203 
Douglass. 

Bason Robert, mach, h 203 Douglass. 

Bass Charles H, barber, r 128 W Vermont. 

Bass Charles O, broom mnfr, 516 Ash, li 
same. 

Bass Claude, lab, b 212 W St Clair. 

Bass Edward, lab, b w s Graceland av, 2 
s of 29th. 

Bass Elia.s, condr. h 15 Shriver av. 

Ba.ss p:ila, h 212 W St Clair. 

Bass Eugene, waiter, b 26 W 1st. 

Bass Florence, teacher Public School No 
27. b 516 Ash. 

Bass Frank, elk Cerealine Mnfg Co, r 220 
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Bass George P. editor Young People's Jour- 
nal, h 674 Bellefontaine. 

Pass George W, barber, h I871/2 W 3d. 

Bass Herbert L, draughtsman H C Hen- 
drickson, b 674 BeJIefontaine. 

Bass Jane (wid Lovell), b 191 W 4th. 

Bass Jane W. prin Public School No 28, b 
555 College av. 

15ass Kate W, teacher Public School No 3. 
b 144 Bellefontaine. 

Bass Leonard, laundryman The Bates. 

Bass Mary J (wid Thomas W), b 516 Ash. 

Bass Walter G, insp, b 674 Bellefontaine. 

Bass Wm H, teacher Industrial School, b 
555 College av. 

Bass Wm M, porter, h 208 W Ohio. 

Bassett Edward E, b Enterprise Hotel. 

Bassett Edward W (Bassett & Co), h 56 
Bellefontaine. 

Bassett George T, r 60 The Windsor. 

Bassett Harry W, bookbinder, b 648 E Ohio. 

Bassett Hiram H, agt. h 648 E Ohio. 

Bassett Homer D, elk Navins' Pharmacv 
No 2, b 648 E Ohio. 

Bassett John A, elk L S Ayres & Co, b 426 
E 17th. 

Bassett Ludlum G, trav agt, h 74 Tacoma 
av. 

Bassett Samuel L, elk, h 4 HoUis. 

Bassett Sarah M (wid Thomas M), h 599 
N Penn. 

Bassett Van G, elk, b Enterprise Hotel. 

Bassett Walter B, mnfrs' agt, ISVa N Me- 
ridian, h 1016 N Capitol av. 

Bassett Walter M, plumber, b 648 E Ohio. 

Bassett Wm E, ins agt, h 50 Osgood. 

Bassett & Co (Edward W Bassett), grain, 
33 Board of Trade bldg. 

Basso Philip G, reedworker, h 95 Yeiser. 

Baster Wm E, electrotyper, h 102 Fayette. 

Bastian Willits A, lawyer, 57 Journal bldg, 
h 1039 N Alabama. 

Basye Otto, ins agt Coe & Roach, r 155 N 
New Jersey. 

Batchelder Charles, carp, b 30 N West. 

Batchelder Wm P, elk R M S, h 887 Belle- 
fontaine. 

elk H P Wasson & Co, 



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Batcheler John J, 

b 83 N Noble. 
Batchelor Dora 

Washington. 
Batchelor George 

blk, b 191 Park 
Batdorf Oliver C, uphlr, b 351 S New Jer 

sey. 
Bateman Harriet, steno 

Assn, b 82 N East. 
Bateman John W, elk Francke & Schind- 

ler, r 75 Union. 
Bateman Louis E, elk. r 164 E New York. 
Bates Albert, lab, h 1075 W New York. 
Bates Carl A, student, b 326 Mass av. 
Bates Catherine (wid Wm A), h 111 Yandes. 
Bates Charles A. ins agt, 19 Monument pi, 

r 167 N Capitol av. 
BATES CHARLES EDGAR, Arcliitect. 

.32.3-324 LeincUe Bid;;, li 583 Ash. 

(See adv in claNsified Areliitects.) 
Bates Edna H, stenog, b 199 Woodlawn av. 
Bates Eliza E, music teacher, 182 Brook- 
side av, b same. 
Bates Elizabeth C (wid Daniel T), h 199 

Woodlawn av. 
Bates Emery, r 6OV2 W Maryland. 
Bates Frank P, pres Indpls Drop Forging 

Co, h 193 Prospect. 
Bates Franklin P, baggageman, h 58 Mich- 
igan av. 
Bates Frederick C, mach, b 193 Prospect. 



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Bates Harvey, pres Indpls Hominy Mills 

and Romona Oolitic Stone Co, h The 

Rates. 
Bates Hervey jr, sec and treas Romona 

Oolitic Stone Co and Indpls Hominy 

Mills, h 623 N Penn. 

BATES HOUSE PHARMACY, Deutsche 
ApotheUe; Open all Night; 54 W 
Washington; Tel 964. 

Bates Jacob L, painter, b 326 Mass av. 

Bates James C, b 583 Ash. 

Bates James E. engr, h 48 Cherry. 

Bates John, h 95 Middle Drive (W P). 

Bates John H, engr, h 48 Cherry. 

Bates Marietta (wid Wm P), h 182 Brook- 
side av. 

Bates Maude B, stenog C C C & St L, Ry, 
b 199 Woodlawn av. 

Bates Ralph O, lecturer, h 154 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Bates Raymond B, butcher, b 26 S Station 
(B). 

Bates Rice T, salesman A B Meyer & Co, 
b 182 Brookside av. 

Bates Samuel, lab, b 24 Sheffield av (H). 

Bates The, Louis Reibold propr, n w cor 
Illinois and Washington. 

Batley Celia D, confr, e s Lulu 4 n of Udell 
(N I), h 8 Madison. 

Batley George C, condr, h 21 Russell av. 

Batley Wm, h 16 Brookside av. 

Batley Wm E, electrician, b 76 N Senate 
av. 

Batliner -Jolin, patternmkr, h 53 Vine. 

Batliner Josephine, dressmkr, 53 Vine, h 

Batliner Otillia, elk, b 53 Vine. 

Batly Grant, lab, b 7.50 N Senate av. 

Batsel John, lab, h 489 S Capitol av. 

Batt Horace M, ins agt, 31i/^ Virginia av, 
h same. 

Battaw James V, tailor, r 284 E Michigan. 

Battaw Mary (wid Isaac), h 30 Leonard. 

Battey Robert C, lab, r 184 Indiana av. 

Battle, see also Beattie. 

Battle Willard, filer, h 75 Birch av (W I). 

Battle Harriet, h 84 Maple. 

Battle Isaac, lab, h 115 Kappus (W I). 

Battley Robert S, lab, h 29 Mlley av. 

Batty Burn W (Batty & Co), b 1241 N Illi- 
nois. 

Batty Edith (wid Robert P). h 1382 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Batty Edwin, carp, h 127 W 5th. 

Batty Mary E (wid George W), h 1241 N 
Illinois. 

Batty Robert, carp, r 184i/^ Indiana av. 

Batty & Co (Burn W Batty, Homer M 
Smock), coal, 301 Indiana Trust bldg. 

Bauchle Charles F, meats, 429 Madison av, 
h same. 

BAUCUS WM I, Mngr The Wm H Block 
Co, h 1 Pressley Flats. 175 N Penn. 

Bauer, see also Baur and Bower. 
Bauer Albert, butcher, h 18 Dawson. 
Bauer Albert, lab, b 175 TV 9th. 
Bauer Anna (wid Adolphus). r 5 Ryan bik. 
Bauer Charles, produce. 130 High, h same. 
Bauer Charles W, lab, h 243 Blake. 
Bauer Charles W, lab, b 78 Wallack. 
Bauer Conrad V, grocer, 148 N Capitol av, 

h same. 
Bauer Elizabeth, elk John Wocher, b 435 

Broadway. 
Bauer Emil H, mach, b 243 Cornell av. 
Bauer Ferdinand, mach. b 243 Cornell av. 
Bauer Frank, bicycle rep, b 643 N Senate av. 



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Bauer Frank, elk, b 84 W 10th. 

Bauer Frank J, bartndr, b 207 Blake. 

Bauer Frederick, lab, h n w cor Burton av 
and Shoemaker (N I). 

Bauer Frederick, mach hd, b 100 Bernard av 
(N I). 

Bauer Frederick M, filer, b 512 S Illinois. 

Bauer Frederick W, engr, h 78 Wallack. 

Bauer George (Kothe, Wells & Bauer), h 
1532 N Illinois. 

Bauer George, lab, h 74 Patterson. 

Bauer George, lab, b 243 Blake. 

Bauer George, uphlr, b 586 Morris (W I). 

Bauer George H, filer, h 84 Benton. 

Bauer George H, lab, h w s Burton av 3 
s of McLene (N I). 

Bauer George W, trav agt Indpls Cabt- 
mkrs' Union, b 470 B Market. 

BAUER HARRY C (The H C Baner En- 
graving Co), 23 W Washington, h 
549 E Market. (See adv bpp classi- 
fied Engravers.) 

Bauer Henry, engr, h 219 N Beville av. 

Bauer Henry, pres Indpls Cabinetmakers' 
Union, h 470 E Market. 

BAUER H C ElVGRAVIKG CO THE 
(Harry C Baner), Designers and 
Wood Engravers, Half-Tone Engrav- 
ing and Zinc Etching, 33 W Wash- 
ington. (See adv opp classified En- 
gravers.) 

Bauer Jacob, h 22 Kansas. 

Bauer Jacob, lab, h 95 N Dorman. 

Bauer John, lab, b 310 Bismarck (H). 

Bauer Joseph, coachman, r rear 643 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Bauer Joseph J, collr The Home Brewing 
Co, h 330 E South. 

Bauer JosT>ehine K, teacher Public School 
No. 10, b 243 Cornell av. 

Bauer Katie, h 207 Blake. 

Bauer Leona, h 669 Madison av. 

Bauer Louis G, uphlr, h 27 Peru av. 

Bauer Mary, elk Charles Mayer & Co, b 
4.35 Broadway. 

Bauer Mary S (wid George), h 435, Broad- 
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Bauer Peter, lab. h 167 Sheffield av (H). 
Bauer Peter, mach. h 243 Cornell av. 
Bauer Peter, molder, r 29 Warman (H). 
Bauer Philip, butcher, h 49 Bridge (W I). 
Bauer Rosa, dressmkr, 22 Kansas, b same. 
Bauer Rosetta (wid John G), h 292 S East. 
Bauer Rudolph F. sawmkr. h 37 Holly av 

(W I). 
Bauer Rudolph J, mach. b 243 Cornell av. 
Bauer Theodore, saloon. 298 W Washington, 

b 207 Blake. 
Bauer Valentine, blksmith. h 669 Madison 

av. 
Bauer Wm A. agt. b 197 W Vermont. 
Bauer Wm C. bkkpr N Y Store, h S4 W 10th. 
Bauerle Joseph, lab. b 17 Oriole. 
Baugh James C. packer, h 11 Garland (W I). 
Baugh Thomas, lab. h 355 S Capitol av. 
Baughan Charles J. switchman, h 371 N 

Noble. 
Baugher Legh R. teacher, h 783 N Dela- 
ware. 
Baughman. see also Bauman and Bowman. 
Baughman Carrie P, drugs. 500 N Alabama. 

h same. 
Baughman Catherine, teacher Public School 

No 24, b 50 Bradshaw. 
Baughman Charles P, mach hd. b 310 

Yandes. 
Baughman Charles H. mailing elk P O, b 

50 Bradshaw. 
Baughman Herschel R A. b 292 Fletcher av. 
Baughman Jacob A. carp, b 127 Winchester. 
Baughman John, h 95 Geisendorff. 
Baughman John. engr. h 127 Winchester av. 
Baughman John U (John Baughman & Co), 

h 27s Douglass. 
Baughman John & Co (John U Baughman, 

Wm C Holtsclaw). drugs. 248 Mass av. 
Baughman Joseph S. porter, b 50 Bradshaw. 
Baughman Leonard, carp, h 50 Bradshaw. 
Baughman Wm H, h 118 W A'ermont. 
Baughn Anna, seamstress, b 209 Alvord. 
Bauka Anton, driver, h 337 Fletcher av. 
Baum Amon Z. molder. b SO E New York. 
Baum Lewis (Baum Pickle Co), h 233 E 

New York. 
BAIM PICKLE CO (Lewis Danni). 

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Baum Samuel M. elk The Wm H Block Co, 
r 18;^ S Ohio. 

Bauman, see also Baughman and Bowman. 

Bauman Jacob M. mach hd, b w s James 3 
n of Bloyd av (B). 

Bauman Joseph H, lab, b 1378 N Capitol av. 

Bauman Laura (wid Constantine), h 329 Co- 
lumbia av. 

Bauman Louis, lab. h 27 Warman av (H). 

Bauman Wm M, carp, h 329 W Vermont. 

Baumann Adam. lab. h 196 S Spruce. 

Baumann Albert, carp, h 18 Singleton. 

Baumann Charles H, mach, h 65 Wallack. 

Baumann David, baker, 365 Indiana av, h 
same. 

Baumann Eliza (wid Henry), h 76 Morton. 

Baumann George H, leader of orchestra 
Empire Theater, b 135 W New York. 

Baumann Henry, tmstr, h 935 S East. 

Baumann John, car rep. h 74 N Gillard av. 

Baumann Laura (wid Konstantine), grocer 
449 Columbia av, h same. 

Baumann Louisa (wid Henry), h 76 Morton. 

Baumann Peter F, baker, rear 336 Indiana 
av, h same. 

Baumann Sarah, clothing, 166 W Washing- 
ton, h 280 N East. 

Baumann Sebastian P, bottler, h 110 Dough- 
erty. 

Baumbach Christian, elk, b 80 McGinnis. 

Baumbach Christian F, packer, h SO Mc- 
Ginnis. 

Baumbauer Albert, student, h 164 Davidson. 

Baumgart Henry F, lab, h 182 Coburn. 

Baumgart Gustave, baker, h 59 Leota. 

Baumgart Wm, bartndr, b 59 Leota. 

Baumgartner 'Wm H, vice pres Ind Paint 
and Color Co, h 1190 N Meridian. 

Baumhoefer Matilda, dressmkr, 796^2 N Ala- 
bama. 

Baumhofer Bros (F Henry and Otto), 
grillewks, 163 Lambert (W I). 

Baumhofer F Henry (Baumhofer Bros), h 
42 S Reisner (W I). 

Baumhofer Henry, carp, h 188 S William 
(W I). 

Baumhofer Otto (Baumhofer Bros), h 163 
Lambert (W I). 

Baur, see also Bauer and Bower. 

Baur Adolph J, painter, b 55 High. 

Baur Adolph J G, printer, h 55 High. 

Baus Adam J, condr, h 71 Lexington av. 

Baus Mary (wid John), b 177 Hoyt av. 

Baus Simon, engr, h 235 English av. 

Baus Rosa (wid Oliver), h 1137 Northwest- 
ern av. 

Bausch Frederick J V, butcher, b 764 S 
Meridian. 

Baxley George, lab, b 159 W Merrill. 

Baxter Armstead, lab, h 34 Howard. 

Baxter Arthur R. collr. b 186 N Capitol av. 

Baxter Charles N B. lab. h 1.57 W Merrill. 

Baxter Edmund, driver, h 342 N Missouri. 

Baxter Emory, b 186 N Capitol av. 

Baxtel Ethel, bkkpr. b 332 W Washington. 

Baxter Frank M. switchman, b 256 S Cap- 
itol av. 

Baxter George W. foreman, h 365 S Olive. 

Baxter G Harvey, bkkpr. b 108 Brookside 
av. 

Baxter Jaccb V. tmstr. h 2 Sylvan. 

Baxter James B, tmstr. h 4 Sylvan. 

Baxter James T. boilermkr, 332 W Wash- 
ington. 

Baxter Joseph W, driver, h 104 Shelby. 

Baxter Mary L (wid John N), h 108 Brook- 
side av. 

Baxter May, teacher Public School No 8, 
b 365 S Olive. 



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Baxter Oliver R, carp, h 1 Bates al. 

Baxter Samuel C, cashr C C C & St L Ry, 
b 293 N Delaware. 

Baxter Sarah E (wld Wm A), h 123 St 
Marie. 

Baxter Wm A, stock insp, b 123 St Marie. 

Baxter Wm D, carp, h 1 Bates al. 

Bay Alice M, teacher Public School No 7, 
b 314 E Ohio. 

Bay Charles T, elk, b 314 E Ohio. 

Bay Israel, trav agt, h 314 E Ohio. 

Bayer, see also Baar, Bahr, Barr and 
Beyer. 

Bayer Anton, packer, h n e cor Bluff rd 
and Raymond. 

Bayer Frederick, h 925 S Meridian. 

Bayer Harry, fruits, E Mkt House, b 365 
E McCarty. 

Bayer Ignatz, peddler, h 365 E McCarty. 

Bayer Joseph, molder, h 35 Depot (B). 

Bayless Minnie, dressmkr, h 19i/^ N Me- 
ridian. 

Bayless Wm, carp, r 22S N Capitol av. 

Bayliss Edwin L, carp, h 76 Springfield. 

Baylor Rachel M (wid James J), h 29 
Holmes av (H). 

Baylor Wm J, toolmkr, h 163 Church. 

Bazeille Etienne R, mngr. b 125 Fayette. 

Bazel Cyrus, porter, h 145 Agnes. 

Bazel Ford M, elk, r 175 W North. 

Bea Charles, baggageman, h 406 S Dela- 
ware. 

Beabar Wallace, b 131 N East. 

Beach Arthur, driver, r 488^4 E Washing- 
ton. 

Beach Charles, brakeman, b 656 S Illinois. 

Beach Charles F Rev, h 1534 N Capitol av. 

Beach Charles H. condr, r 199 W South. 

Beach Joseph F, mach, b 471 S Illinois. 

Beach Louis J, driver, h 471 S Illinois. 

Beach Mark A, lab, b 471 S Illinois. 

Beach Olive, h 30iy2 E Washington. 

Beach Olive F. dressmkr, r 227 E Market. 

Beach Oscar, hostler, r 488% E Washing- 
ton. 

Beach Samuel, lab, h 241 S Capitol av. 

Beach Wm G, r lOVa E Washington. 

Beacham, see also Beecham. 

Beacham Arthur B, h 83 Bismarck av (H). 

Beacham Harry G, lineman, h 325 S East. 

Beacham James H, trav agt, h 232 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Beacham Mack, elk H P Wasson & Co, b 
232 N Senate av. 

Beacham Margaret (wid Noah), b 83 Bis- 
marck av (H). 

Beachbard Thomas S, condr, h 501l^ Belle- 
fontaine. 

Beachman Preston, waiter, r 104 S Illinois. 

Beade Lee L, barber, h 424 College av. 

Beadle Frank, printer, h 309 N Alabama. 

Beal Arthur W, elk, h 74 W 10th. 

Beal Joshua, paperhngr, h 517 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Beal Joshua jr. paperhngr, h 227 W 1st. 

Beale Erastus H, carp, h 134 Fletcher av. 

Beale James, porter, h 427 Muskingum al. 

Beale James H, agt, h liWz Oliver av 
(W I). 

Bealer John A, b 150 Bates. 

Beall Balcom, insp, h 269 River av (W I). 

Beall David S. real est, h 25 Eureka av. 

Beall Roscoe S, elk, b 220 E Walnut. 

Beam George W, foreman Henry Coburn, 
h 274 N California. 

Beam John, tuner Emil Wulschner & Son, 
h 77 E Walnut. 

Beam Mary A (wid Wm), h 3031/2 E Wash- 
ington. 



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Beam Robert, trimmer, b California House. 

Beam Wm H, painter, h 259 Prospect. 

Beaman Ora F, sander, b 621 Armstrong 
(N I). 

Beamer Ezra, hostler, b 206 E Market. 

Beamer Milo H, lab, b 326 W Vermont. 

Beamouth Fanando A, phys, 123 W Ver- 
mont, b same. 

Bean Arthur J, teacher Industrial School, 
h 1013 N Senate av. 

Bean Robert, b California House. 

Bean Wm F, doorkpr, r 19 Grand Opera 
House blk. 

Beaning Henry, lab, h 72 Chadwick. 

Beaning Wm, b 80 W 9th. 

Beans Timothy S, carp, h 268 Bright. 

Bear Ira, painter, h 188 River av (W I). 

Beard, see also Baird. 

Beard Alfred, porter The Bates. 

Beard Alfred E, fruits, E Mkt House, b 70 
S Pine. 

Beard Alvin G, carp, 950 Ash, b same. 

Beard Amos, lab, b 89 Camp. 

Beard Anna (wid Harry), h 423 Clinton. 

Beard Arthur L. teacher Indpls College of 
Music, b 1095 N Senate av. 

Beard Charles A, paperhngr, b 123 N Illi- 
nois. 

Beard Edgar C, agt, h 1095 N Senate av. 

Beard Edward, porter, h 504 Chicago (N I). 

Beard Edward O, b 123 N Illinois. 

Beard Elisha, phys, 31^/^ Virginia av, h 
same. 

Beard Elwood A, peddler, h 145 W North. 

Beard Frank, trav agt, h 1133 N Delaware. 

Beard George, lab, r 133 Allegheny. 

Beard Hermann, brakeman, b 54 Belmont 
av (H). 

Beard James, lab, h 411 Excelsior av. 

Beard Jane, h w s Auburn av 2 s of English 
av. 

Beard John A, h 467 S Missouri. 

Beard John M, oashr local freight office 
L E & W R R, h 306 E South. 

Beard Joseph E, tmstr, h 243 Eureka av. 

Beard L Jennie, laundress, h 206 E Market. 

Beard Rachel E (wid Wm M), h 257 W 5th. 

Beard Samuel, lab, b 119 Ft Wayne av. 

Beard Theodore G, b 113 Highland pi. 



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Beard Urbana C (wid John O), dressmkr, 

123 N Illinois, h same. 
Beard Walter R (W R Beard & Co), h 114 

Lincoln av. 
Beard Wilbin E, h 336 S State av. 

BEARD AV R & CO (Walter R Beard) 
Asts' Specialties, JJO S Alabajiia; Tel 
1122. 

Beaslev David K, car rep. h 1279 Morris 
(W I). 

Beasley Ellen (wid James), h 23 Hadley. 

Beasley Georgia A, b 23 Hadley. 

Beasley Henry, restaurant, 155 Indiana av, 
h 306 Blackford. 

Beasley James H, lab, h 226 E Pearl. 

Beasley James J, salesman Clark, Wysong 
& Voris, h 78 S William (W I). 

Beasley John, condr, h 538 W Udell (N I). 

Beasley Lewis, lab, b 135 Lambert (W I). 

Beasley Rosa (wid Wm S), b 31 Garden. 

Beason, see Beeson. 

Beattey James L, elk, h 329 W 1st. 

Beattey James L, elk, h 132 W 1st. 

Beattey Jesse H. lab. h 303 Shelby. 

Beattey Joseph S, h 338 W 1st. 

Beattey W^m, saloon, 541 Shelby, h same. 

Beattie, see also Battle. 

Beattie John M. carp, h 386 E Market. 

Beatty Albert J, horseshoer, 675 N Senate 
av. h 38 Catling. 

Beatty Anna, cashr Great Atlantic and 
Pacific Tea Co, b 5 Broadway. 

Beatty Charles E, foreman, h 543 W 22d 
(N I). 

Beatty Charles M, horseshoer, r 128 W 5th. 

Beatty Edward, lab, h .31 Blake. 

Beatty Joseph, h 4 Jupiter. 

Beatty Kate (wid Jonathan), h 5 Broad- 
way. 

Beatty Samuel L, porter 125 W Washing- 
ton. 

Beaty Catherine (wid John S), h 273 N Cal- 
ifornia. 

Beaty John, peddler, h rear 4S2 S West. 

Beaty John R, confr, 207 Virginia av, h 
same. 

Beauchamp Charles L, brakeman, h 81 Da- 
vidson. 



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Beauchamp James M, elk Penna Lines, b 

162 N Illinois. 
Beaupre Charles, shoemkr, h 17 S Senate 

av. 
Beaupre James, shoemkr, 291 Prospect, h 

same. 
Beaupre Louis, vice-pres Pink Shoe Mnfg 

Co, h 188 E Morris. 
Beaupre Macy A, restaurant, 141 W Wash- 
ington, h 17 S Senate av. 
Beaupre Sarah A (wid Frank X), h 253% 

S Delaware. 
Beaver, see also Beever and Bever. 
Beaver Albert C. pair ter, b 110 Chadwick. 
Beaver Charles H, lab, b 57 Peru av. 
Beaver Daniel, painter, h 215 N Noble. 
Beaver Horace, lab, b 215 N Noble. 
Beaver John H, h 559 S New Jersey. ■ 
Beaver Joshua A, engr, h 57 Peru av. 
Beaver Joseph A, lab, h 75 Montana. 
Beaver Milton S, printer, h 462 W Francis 

(N I). 
Beaver Thomas F, lab, b 57 Peru av. 
Beazell Harrj- W, trav agt, b 47 Hall pi. 
Beazell Harvey T, trav agt, h 47 Hall pi. 
Bebinger, see al&o Biebinger. 
Bebinger Charles, mach, b 140- Naomi. 
Bebinger Oliver P, mach, h 392 Newman. 
Becherer Constantine H, elk Charles 

Mayer & Co, b 33 King. 
Becherer Julius, elk Charles Mayer & Co, 

b 33 King. 
Becherer Maria (wid August), h 33 King. 
Bechert Christian W, elk. b 296 S West. 
Bechert Edward T C, M O elk P O, b 121 

E New York. 
Bechert Ferdinand W, grocer, 296 S West, 

h same. 
Bechert Fred C, lab, b 210 W McCarty. 
Bechert Frederick, junk, 210 W McCI^arty, h 

same. 
Bechert Henry, elk, b 210 W McCarty. 
Bechold Frederick, engr, h 508y2 E 9th. 
Bechtel Jacob, restaurant, 328 E Washing- 
ton, h same. 
Bechtel John, mill hd, ta 187 S Capitol av. 
Bechtel Laura, r 32 Hutchings blk. 
Bechtel Wm, bartndr, b 448 S West. 
Bechtell Charles F, mach hd, h 1161/2 W 

New York. 
Bechtell Harry J, butcher, r II61/2 W New 

York. 
Bechtol Elmer G, mach hd, h 340 Bellefon- 

taine. 
Bechtold Elizabeth (wid George), h 272 W 

Merrill. 
Bechtold George, plater, b 272 W Merrill. 
Beck Alexander, bkkpr Indpls Paint and 

Color Co, r 101 N New Jersey. 
Beck Benedict, capt Hose Co No 13, h 540 

Chestnut. 
Beck Benedict, engr, h 516 Union. 
Beck Benedict C, engr, b 516 Union. 
Beck Bessie, h rear 240 E Market. 
Beck Clemens (F J Mack «fe Co), h 49 Dun- 
lop. 
Beck Conrad, baker, 671 E Washington, h 

same. 
Reck Conrad, janitor P O, h 95 Dunlop. 
Beck Edward, brakeman, r 233 Cedar. 
Beck Edward, baker, b 222 W Washington. 
Beck Eliza C (wid Henry), h 240 Oliver av 

(W I). 
Beck Ella, b 1311/2 E Washington. 
Beck Eman L, student, b 863 N Meridian. 
I'.eck Frank, butcher, r 174 E Pearl. 
Beck Frank A, propr Palace Stables, 25-27 

W St Clair, r 771/2 E Market. 
Beck Frederick, h 756 S Meridian. 



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Beck Frederick, brewer, h 83 Lincoln la. 

Beck Frederick D, baker, 34 E Mkt House 
and 311 Mass av, h 311 Mass av. 

Beck George, lab, h 8 Gresham. 

Beck George A, elk, b 635 N Meridian. 

Beck George C, live stock purchasing agt. 
Union Stock Yards (W I), h 635 N Mer- 
idian!. 

Beck Harry, baker, b 671 B Washington. 

Beck Henry, grocer, 280 S Olive, h same. 

Beck Henrv A. lawver, 420 Lemcke bldg, b 
863 N Meridian. 

Beck James A, elk, h 28 S Reisner (W I). 

Beck Jesse M, tiremkr, b rear 306 E Louisi- 
ana. 

Beck John, watchman, h 28 Downey. 

Beck John C. trav agt, h 132 Oliver av (W 
I). 

Beck John M, motorman, h 108 Chadwick. 

Beck Joseph L, painter, h 65 Dunlop. 

Beck Joseph 'W. elk Van Camp H and I Co, 
b 548 N Capitol av. 

Beck Julius, lata, h 72 Nebraska. 

Beck Mary C (wid George W), h rear 306 
E Louisiana. 

Beck Otto C, grocer. 94 Indiana av, h 185l^ 
N Senate av. 

Beck Peter, shoemkr, h 34 N Sheffield (W 
I). 

Beck Philomena (wid Charles), h 80 Greer. 

Beck Ray M. storekpr, b 619 N Meridian. 

Beck Roy, photog, h 378 Martindale av. 

Beck Sabina (wid Frederick), b 461 Union. 

Beck Samuel T, jeweler, r 91 S Illinois. 

Beck Wm, carp, h 109 Fletcher av. 

BECK WM, Meat Market, 187 E Wash- 
ington and 78-80 E Mlit House; Tel 
568, h 1350 E Washington. 

Beck Wm M, waiter, r 10 Columbia blk. 

Beck Wm O, undertaker Collier & Murphy, 
h 59 W Maryland. 

Beck Wm S, phys, 42 W Market, h 863 N 
Meridian. 

Becker, see also Baker and Boecher. 

Becker Barbara, dressmkr, 305 S Penn, h 
same. 

Becker Barbara (wid Frederick), b 621 S 
Meridian. 

Becker Caroline (wid John), b 759 S East. 

Becker Charles (Becker & Son), b 180 N 
New Jersey. 

Becker Charles, produce. E Mkt House, h 
cor 32d and Meridian. 

Becker Charles A, patternmkr, h 180 S Lin- 
den. 

Becker Charles C, turner, h 68 N Liberty. 

Becker Charles F, grinder, h 46 Dunlop. 

Becker Charles T, barber, 548 S East, h 
same. 

Becker Conrad, horseshoer, h 305 S Penn. 

Becker David, peddler, h 422% S Meridian. 

Becker Edward, elk P O, r 160 S New Jer- 
sey. 

Becker Edward J, barber, 760 S East, b 47 
Iowa. 

Becker Ernest R, elk, h 8 Stoughton av. 

Becker Frank A, bicycle repr, h 448 Indiana 
av. 

Becker Frank C, phys, 592 Morris (W I), h 
same. 

Becker Frederick, elk, h 102 Keystone av. 

Becker George P, cooper, h rear 194 Dough- 
erty. 

Becker Henry, janitor, h 118 Dunlop. 

Becker Jacob, h 180 N New Jersey. 

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Becker Jacob, lab, h 81 S Reisner (W I). 
Becker John H, lab, h 887 S Meridian. 
Becker Joseph, h 401 N Delaware. 
Becker Julius D, grocer, 679 S East, b 20 

Kansas. 
Becker Louis, uphlr, h 5891/2 S Meridian. 
Becker Robert, teacher German Public 

School No 27, h 271 N Alabama. 
Becker Tobias, lab. h 27 Centennial (H). 
Becker Wilhelmina (wid Henry J), h 20 

Kansas. 
Becker Wm, elk Ger Fire Ins Co of Indi- 
ana, b 621 S Meridian. 
Becker Wm, lab, b 47 Iowa. 
BECKER WM L,, Druggist, Pine Cigars 

and Toilet Goods; Prescriptions 

Carefully Compounded; cor Hadley 

av and York (W I); h same; Tel 1333. 
BECKER & SON (Charles and Jaeoh 

Jr), Merchant Tailors, 31 N Penn; Tel 

934. (See right top lines.) 
BECKERICH BROS (Wm P. Frank J 

and George), Grocers, 648 College av. 
Beckerich Frank J (Beckerich Bros), b 601 

Bellefontaine. 
Beckerich George (Beckerich Bros), b 601 

Bellefontaine. 
Beckerich Wm P (Beckerich Bros), h 601 

Bellefontaine. 
Beckett Wymond J, lawyer, 68% E Market, 

h 726 Ash. 
Beckham Wesley, lab, b 16 Mill. 
Beckley Fannie, h 75 Chapel. 
Beckley Leonard J, lab, h 139 Harrison. 
Beckley Martha A (wid George W), h 36% 

W Washington. 
Beckley Susan (wid Wm), h 425 Muskingum 

al. 
Beckman Charles, lab, b 312 W Merrill. 
Beckman Francis J, elk Am Ex Co, h 186 

W Vermont. 
Beckman Frank, driver, r 21 Catterson blk. 
Beckman Frank H, elk Hide, Leather and 

Belting Co, h 180 Brookside av. 
Beckman Fred, lab, b 312 W Merrill. 
Beckman Henry, mach, b 119 Gillard av. 
Beckman Hester (wid Wm), b 38 Ashland 

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CORNICES and SKYLIGHTS. 

Metal Ceilings and Siding. 
Tin, Iron, Steel and Slate Roofing. 

37. 39 & 4^ KENTUCKY AVE. Telephone 323. 



Beckman jason A, lab, b 368 Dillon. 
Beckman Laura, r 155 N Illinois. 
Beckman Louis, lab, h e s Woodside av 1 

s of Washington. 
Beckman Wm C, trav agt Holweg & Reese, 

h S76 N Penn. 
Beckman Wm F, patrolman, h 497 Mulber- 
ry. 
Beckmann Albert, lab, h 695 Chestnut. 
Beckmann Emilia, b 106 Wisconsin. 
Beckner Ethelbert, carp, h 11 S Senate av. 
Beckner Henry W, farmer, h 1000 Grove 

av. 
Beckner Iley H, elk, r Commercial blk. 
Beckner John H, carp, b 1000 Grove av. 
Beckner Van Amberg, plumber, b 206 W 

Walnut. 
Becks John, lab, h 386 Clinton. 
Becks John N, barber, h 233 W Ohio. 
Becks John T, lab, b 386 Clinton. 
Becks Osborn C, lab, b 386 Clinton. 
Beckstedt George H, mach, h 860 E Wash- 
ington. 
Beckton Edward, elk, 156 N Illinois. 
Beckwith Alexander, lata, h 240 Alvord. 
Beckwith Alfred J, mach, b 46 Standard av 

(W I). 
Beckwith Frank, plastr, h 94 Martindale 

av. 
Beckwith J Frederick, mach, h 129 Fletcher 

av. 
Beckwith Wm R, elk C C C & St L Ry, b 

129 Fletcher av. 
Bedell Andrew, h 90 W 1st. 
Bedell George V, Gustav A Neerman assig- 

ree. planing mill, 399 E Market, h 468 

Highland av. 
Bedell Leonard J, elk, b 90 W 1st. 
Bedell Marguerite A, stenog, b 90 W 1st. 
Bedell Paul P. elk, h 38th cor Central av. 
Bedford Archibald C, painter, b 319 N St 

Clair. 

BEDFORD COLLINS T. Wholesale and 
Retail Ttruf^^iHt, 2 Indiana av; Tel 
125S, Sec Physio-3Iedical College of 
Indiana, Physician, 185 Mass av; Tel 
S«7, li «.">! Broadway; Tel 1S37. 



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Bedford George T, mngr Collins T Bedford, 

2 Indiana av, h 481 Broadway. 
Bedford Indiana Stone Co, Allen W Con- 

duitt pres, Harry G Coughlen sec and 

mngr, 26 Baldwin blk. 
Bedford John H, h 319 W St Clair. 
Bedford Thomas W E, h 2 S Waverly (B). 
Bedford Wm L, painter, h 430 Indiana av. 
Bedunnah John, driver, h 532 Chestnut. 
Bee Hive Paper Box Co, Samuel H Richey 

pres, Charles F MofRtt sec and treas, 78i^ 

W Washington. 
Beeber John H, h 206 S East. 
Beech, see Beach, 
Beecham, see also Beacham. 
Beecham Charles H, porter, h rear 117 St 

Mary. 
Beecham Ella, laundress, h 321 E Court. 
Beecham Fletcher L, waiter, h 272 Fulton. 
Beecham Isabel (wid Wm), h 444 E 7th. 
Beecham Maria A (wid Josiah), b 184 

Minerva. 
Beecham Wm, lab, b 415 Excelsior av. 
Beechler James J, carp, b 70 Columbia av. 
Beechler Laura, b 586 Broadway. 
Beeks Cornelia C (wid Greenbury C), h 269 

N Senate av. 
Beeks Wm L, city agt, h 269 N Senate av. 
Beelar Josephine (wid Benedict), b 68 W 

South. 
Beeler, see also Bieler and Buehler. 
Beeler Fielding, dep County Clerk, h Moors- 

ville pike nr May^ood. 
Beeler Frederick T, waiter Roosevelt 

House. 
Beeler James, painter, ta 8 Lawn (B). 
Beeler Oscar B, elk, r 80 E Ohio. 
Beeler Thomas, lab, b 26 Minerva. 
Beeler Thomas J, carp, h 349 S Penn. 
Beeler Willard D, plumber, h 74 Yandes. 
Beem Cornelius L, mach, h 25 Bates. 
Beem Jennie, stenog, b 102 N Capitol av. 
Beem Phoebe (wid Henry), b 28 Warman 

av (H). 
Beerbower Anna M (wid Edgar), h 105 N 

Linden. 
Beerbower Charles, stonecutter, b 175 Mass 

av. 
Beerbower Edgar P, b 5 Vine. 
Beerbower Edgar S, elk, b 105 N Linden. 
Beerbower Ella M (wid James), h 175 Mass 

av. 
Beerbower Mary E, dressmkr, 11 Broadway, 

h same. • 
Beerbower Matilda L (wid E John), h 5 

Vine. 
Beerbower Robert W, elk C C C & St L 

Ry, b 105 N Linden. 
Beerbower Stephen R, bicycle rep, h 11 

Broadway. 
Beerman August, carp 102 Dunlop, h same. 
Beermann, August, bricklyr, b 38 Davis. 
Beermann Henry B D, h 201 Minnesota. 
Beermann Henry, car insp, h 441 E Mc- 
carty. 
Beermann Henry L, elk, b 405 S New Jer- 
sey. 
Beermann Louis, contr, 38 Davis, h same. 
Beermann Louis jr, carp, b 38 Davis. 
Beermann Wilhelmina (wid Henry), h 405 

S New Jersey. 
Beers John P, marble cutter, h 208 Clif- 
ford av. 
Beesley Shadrach B, elk C C C & St L Ry, 

b .302 N Delaware. 
Beeson, see also Beason. 
Beeson Jehu W, b 1183 N Illinois. 
Beeson Martha A, milliner, b 1183 N Illi- 
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Beeson Wm D, pres Indpls Tobacco Works, 
h 243 Fletcher av. 

Beeson Wm. M, boilermkr, h 48 Martin. 

Beever, see also Beaver and Bever. 

Beever Anna (wld Richard), h 380 N West. 

Beff Bessie, stenog, b 166 N Alabama. 

Begemann Adolph, sculptor, h 88 Benton. 

Begemann Frederick, fireman, b 88 Benton. 

Begemann Oswin, mach, b 88 Benton. 

Beggs James M, engr, h 72 Hoyt av. 

Beggs John J, lab, h 165 Beacon. 

Beher Edward D, barber, r 85 N Alabama. 

Behmer August E, stereotyper The Indpls 
Sentinel, h 118 High. 

Behning August, baker, h 419 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Behning August jr, trav agt, b 419 N New 
Jersey. 

Behning Edwin F A, cigarmkr, b 419 N New 
Jersey. 

Behnke Charles, propr Marion Park Hotel, 
cor Vorster and Post avs (M P). 

Behnke Herman, lab, h 333 Columbia av. 

Behnke Herman H, lab, h 324 Hillside av. 

Behnke Marie P (wid Carl), b 338 Columbia 
av. 

Behr Lena, grocer, 139 Cornell av, h same. 

Behrendt Albert W, elk, h 59 High. 

Behrendt Anna L, dressmkr, 59 High, b 
same. 

Behrendt Rudolph, mach hd, b 59 High. 

Behrens Louisa (wid Henry), h 25 Villa av. 

Behrens Wm, car rep, h 23 Villa av. 

Behrent Charles F, express, 199 Harrison, 
h same. 

Behrent Frederick A, bkkpr Paul H 
Krauss, h 173 Fletcher av. 

Behrent Henry, hackman, h 173 Harrison. 

Behringer Emmett E, printer F H Smith, 
h 1122 N Penn. 

Behringer Joseph (Groenwoldt & Behr- 
inger), h 150 Bates. 

Behrmann Herman D, lab, h 38 Stevens. 

Behrmann Wm F, express, h 132 Lexington 
av. 

Behymer Belle, teacher Public School No 1 
(H), h 108 Frazee (H). 

Behymer Clement F, helper, h 183 Cblum- 
bia av. 

Behymer Frank, grocer, 302 Tandes, h 310 
same. 

Behymer, Lilian, teacher Public School No 
1 (H), b 108 Frazee (H). 

Behymer Omer T, elk L S Ayres & Co, b 
n s Eastern av 1 e of Good av. 

Behymer Simeon, trav agt, h n s Eastern 
av 1 e of Good av (I). 

Behymer Sylvester, lab, h 248 Martindale 
av. 

Behymer Thomas, carp, h 108 Frazee (H). 

Beiersdorf Clara, elk, b 194 N California. 

Beiersdorf Helen (wid Leon), h 194 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Beiersdorf Ida, stenog W D Allison Co, b 
194 N California. 

Beierstorfer Leonhardt, elk, b 389 N West. 

Beigang Charles E, carp, h 253 Jefferson av. 

Beinberg Edward B, plumber, b 990 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Beinberg Frederick, mach hd, b 990 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Beinberg Louis H, plumber, b 990 N Sen- 
ate av. 
Beinberg Wm H, plumber, h 174 W 9th. 

Beindel John B, tailor, h 393 E Michigan. 

Beine Frank A, gardener, h 1450 Schur- 

man av (N I). 
Beine Louisa (wid Charles), b 1450 Schur- 
man av (N I). 



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Beinke Christian F, tmstr, h 11 s Lily 1 e 
of Rural. 

Beirbusse Carl, elk, b 143 E Washington. 

Beisel John J, lab, h 26 Lee (W I). 

Beiser Edward, cabtmkr, b 70 High. 

Beiser Henry, musician, h 745 Chestnut. 

Beiser Katherine (wid August), b 70 High. 

BBISSENHERZ HENRY D, Masic 
Teacher, 529 N Alabama., li same. 

Beissenherz Henry S, music teacher, b 529 
N Alabama. 

Beith James B, stenog P & E Ry, b 187 W 
New York. 

Belcher Ralph E, elk. b 147 N Penn. 

Belcher Thomas W S, music teacher. 147 
N Penn, h same. 

Belck Charles F, b rear 540 S East. 

Belck Frederick C, h rear 540 S East. 

Beldy Adam, lab, h 85 Lee (W I). 

Beletzke Frank M, bartndr, b 342 E Morris. 

Beletzke Joseph A, lab, h 342 E Morris. 

Belk Sa.rah, nurse City Hospital. 

Belke Wm C, carp, h 10 Eureka av. 

Belknap James, millwright, h 158 S Linden. 

Belknap James B, student, b 158 S Linden. 

Bell Alma C, milliner, 172 Columbia av, h 
same. 

Bell Anna L, h 427 Muskingum al. 

Bell Benjamin A, mer police, h 162 Lex- 
ington av. 

Bell Benjamin M, mach, h 73 Hudson. 

Bell Bertha C, stenog, b 27 E 2d. 

Bell Bessie, h 293 E Court. 

Bell Catharine (wid James M), h 306 E 
South. 

Bell Charles A, barber, r 127 W McCarty. 

Bell Charles A, lab, h n e cor Brookside 
av and Jupiter. 

Bell Charles C, brakeman, h 48 N Rural. 

Bell Charles H, h 11/2 Wood. 

Bell Charles M, brakeman, h 464 Highland 
av. 

Bell Charles W, mngr M S Huey & Son, b 
322 N New Jersey. 

Bell Cora, stenog, b 459 Broadway. 

Bell Cora C, bkkpr, b 107 Oliver av (W I). 

Bell Cornelia V (wid James H), h 73 Hud- 
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Solicitor of^ F'a.tents, 
a>d cou^sel /,v patent causes. 

(Bee adv. page 6.) 
Office :— Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S. W. 

Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Bell David, porter, b 289 Indiana av. 

Bell Edward, elk, h 51 Minnesota, 

Bell Edward E. foreman Outing Bicycle 
Co. h S54 Rembrant (M P). 

Bell Edward J. trav agt, r 28 Stewart pi. 

Bell Eliza, cook, h rear 310 E Washington. 

Bell Elizabeth, h 272 W Court. 

Bell Emma, r 5^^ Indiana av. 

Bell Espy L, plastr, h 461 W Francis (N I). 

Bell Esther R. sec Household Loan Assn, 
stenog George N Catterson, b 483 N Capi- 
tol av. 

Bell Frank, lab, r 66 N Missouri. 

Bell George, lab, b 167 Elm. 

Bell George B, waiter, h 24 Seibert. 

Bell George W, express, h 21 Mill. 

BELL. GriDO, Plxysician, s tf cor N 
East and E Obio, h same; Tel 181. 

Bell James, lab. h 436 W Chicago (N I). 
Bell James A. lab, h 179 Minnesota. 
Bell James M, surX'eyor, h 44 Tecumseh. 
Bell James W, elk, r 1008 Majestic bldg. 
Bell James W mach hd, h 461 W Francis 

(N I). 
Bell Jessie L, bkkpr The Only Mnfg Co, 

r 52 Virginia av. 
Bell John, coachman 660 N Meridian. 
Bell John, lab, b 224 W 8th. 
Bell John, lab, b 182 Muskingum al. 
Bell John, lab, b rear 612 N West. 
Bell John V,", lab, h 105 Martindale av. 
Bell John W, mach, h 20 Spann av. 
Bell Joseph, lab, b 25 S Gale (B). 

BELL, JOSEPH E, Lawyer and Asst City 
Attorney, 77-78 Lombard Bldg:, b 35 
AV Pratt. 

Bell Joseph S, pipefitter Sanborn Electric 
Co, b 48 Buchanan. 

Bell Leonard, supt City Dispensary, 32 E 
Ohio, b s w cor East and Ohio. 

Bell Margaret G (wid Boaz), h 459 Broad- 
way. 

Bell Marshall, lab, h rear 42 Mill. 

Bell Martha E (wid Henry W), h 27 B 2d. 

Bell Mary H (wid James), h 837 N Capitol 
av. 

Bell Mattie, h 210 W Court. 

Bell Miletus, phys, h 172 Columbia av. 



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Bell Miletus F, grocer, 349 Yandes, li same. 

Bell Morris B, mach hd, b 73 Hudson. 

Bell Nancy A (wid Thomas), b 462 Indiana 
av. 

Bell Orlando C, barber, b 72 S West. 

Bell Oscar, lab, r 130 Alleglieny. 

Bell Prudence T (wid Wiley G), b 184 
Broadway. 

Bell Roxie (wid Wm A), b 289 Bright. 

Bell Sarah (wid Peter), h 167 Elm. 

Bell Sarah E (wid Wm J), h 38 College av. 

Bell Squire, h 140 Hosbrook. 

Bell Squire T, lab, b 140 Hosbrook. 

Bell Stanley G, finisher, h rear 227 Virginia 
av. 

BELL THOMPSON R, Patent SoHcitor, 
64 Ingalls Blls, b 53 Andrews. (See 
adv in classified Patent Attorneys.) 

Bell Wm, lab, h 141 Elizabeth. 

Bell Wm, mach, r 32 N Senate av. 

Bell Wm A, pub Indiana School Journal, 
661/2 N Penn, h 223 Broadway. 

Bell Wm E, cutter, b 118 Blackford. 

Bell Wm P Q, janitor, h 497 N West. 

Bell Wm O, insp Cent U Tel Co, b 27 Hen- 
ry. 

Bell Zachariah, barber, r 30 Columbia al. 

Bellack Wm, violin teacher, r 39i/^ Indiana 
av. 

Bellemore Charles L, cooper, h 374 S West. 

Bellemore Scott A, baggageman, h 490i/^ S 
West. 

Bellemore Wm H, cooper, h 517 S West. 

Belles Alfred G, finisher, h 43 Buchanan. 

Belles John J, trav agt, h 25 Fletcher av. 

Bellew Frank, piano tuner, r 136 N Penn. 

Bellis Cycle Co, Chalmers Brown pres, Wm 
H Schmidt vice-pres, Wm K Bellis sec, 
Benjamin L Webb treas, Elmer E Ruef 
supt, oflace 27 Ingalls blk, factory 124 S 
Penn. 

Bellis John R, city fireman, h 71 Elm. 

Bellis Samuel, asst sec and treas Railway 
Officials' and Employes' Accident Assn, 
b 564 N Meridian. 

Bellis Wm, mach, h 557 N Illinois. 

Bellis Wm K, sec Bellis Cycle Co, sec and 
genl mngr Railway Officials' and Em- 
ployes' Accident Assn, h 564 N Meridian. 

Bellis Wm W, mach, h 66 Andrews. 

Bellman Joseph, lab, b 235 S Alabama. 

Bellman Virginia M (wid James C), h 134 
S Linden. 

Belmont Blanche, h 1591/2 W Washington. 

Belsier Joseph, brakeman, b e s Brightwood 
av 7 s of Willow (B). 

Belt Joseph, lab, h rear 33 Columbia al. 

BELT RAILROAD AND STOCK YARDS 
CO, Wm P Ijams Pres, Micbael A 
Downing Vice-Pres, Jobn H Holliday 
Sec, Harry D Lane Anditor, Harry C 
Graybill Traffic Mngr, Union Stock 
Yards (W I); Tel 196. 

Belton Charles H, agt, h 5 Stoughton av. 
Beltz Frank P (F P Beltz & Son), carriage- 

mkr, 100 W Market, h 457 N California. 
Beltz Frank R (F P Beltz & Son), h 185 W 

New York. 
Beltz P P & Son (Prank P and Frank R). 

cigars, 29 S Illinois. 
Beltz Jacob, plastr, 85 Stevens, h same. 
Belzer Otto, custodian Military Park, h 341 

N California. 
Bemcr Ezra, hostler, b 260 E Market. 
Bemis Albert T, pres The Standard Dry 

Kiln Co, h 37 W Vermont. 
Bemis Charles A, mach, b 357 S Illinois. 



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Bemis George W, patternmkr, h 357 S Illi- 
nois. 

Bemis Stephen A, pres Indpls Bleaching Co, 
res St Louis, Mo. 

Bemis Thomas, pres Specialty Mnfg Co, 
b 357 S Illinois cor Norwood. (See adv 
opp classified Photographers.) 

Bemis Wm F, elk H P Wasson &" Co, r 
146 N Illinois. 

Benbow Miles M, painter, h 163 Columbia 
av. 

Bence Caroline (wid Robert F), b SO Ash. 

Bence Edwin C, elk The Wm H Block Co, 
h 799 N Illinois. 

Bence Frank S, elk, h 1001 W Vermont. 

Bender Charles W, basketmkr, h 40 De- 
troit. 

Bender Conrad, contr, ISO W 5th, h 80 W 
9th. 

Bender Conrad S, carp, h 724 S East. 

Bender Edward, cigarmkr, b 40 Detroit. 

Bender George W, supt Chicago div C C C 
& St L Ry, n e cor Delawaie .and South, 
h 330 N Capitol av. 

Bender Guy, tallyman, b 330 N Capitol av. 

Bender Re, receiving elk C C C & St L Ry, 
b 330 N Capitol av. 

Bender Robert, driver, h 26 Oriole. 

Bender Samuel, engr, b 72 Elm. 

Bene Philip, lab, h 17 Agnes. 

Benedict Arthur C, insp Indpls Gas Co, h 
97 Highland pi. 

Benedict Charles A, carp, b 200 Columbia 
av. 

Benedict Charles P (Benedict & Benedict), 
b 1091 N Meridian. 

Benedict Dorothy A (wid Levi J), b 75 Shef- 
field av (H). 

Benedict Jacob, lab, h 307 Columbia av. 

Benedict James, lab, r 290 W Market. 

Benedict John L (Benedict & Benedict), 
h 1091 N Meridian. 

Benedict Olive (wid John A), b 1091 N Me- 
ridian. 

Benedict Samuel A, h 200 Columbia av. 

Benedict Samuel R, carp, b 77 Centennial. 

Benedict Wm H, bkkpr, h 26 Tecumseh. 

BENEDICT & BENEDICT (Jolin L. and 
Charles P), L.aTvyers, 33-34 L,oinbar<I 
Bldg-; Tel 130. 

Beneflel George F, lab, h 272 Union. 

Benefiel Samuel M, b 325 S Meridian. 

BENEPE JOHN L, Physician, Oiflce 
Honrs 9-11 A M and 2-4 P M. 209-310 
Lemcke Bldg; Office Tel 453, r 10 
The Blacherne; Tel 1616. 

Benham Prancelia N, h 134 Spring. 
Benham John P, phys, 914 Morris (W I), h 
same. 

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Benham Mary 
39 Broadway. 

Beniger Ernest, 
of Raymond. 

Beninger John, 



lab, b e s Appelgate 1 n 



carp, h 54 Yandes. 

Benjamin Aaron, proofreader, b 11 Union. 

Benjamin Eliza T, h 73 W 7th. 

Benjamin George, b 136 W 1st. 

Benjamin Samuel, tailor, b 23 Douglass. 

Benner Arthur U, lab, h 327 W 23d. 

Benner Henry, stonecutter, h 1S7 Elm. 

Benner John M, supt, h n crossing of Belt 
Rv and Judge Harding (W I). 

Benner Wm J, coal, 1S5 W 7th, b 327 W 23d. 

Bennerscheidt August C, elk Consumers' 
Gas Trust Co, h 280 E North. 

Bennerscheidt Carl, cabtmkr, b 39 N Ala- 
bama. 



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Bennett Allan L, elk Indpls Fire Inspection 
Bureau, r 326 N Illinois. 

Bennett Allen, carpetlyr, h 125 Allegheny. 

Bennett Allen, carp, b 21 Grant. 

Bennett Allen E, engr, h 48 Belmont av 
(H). 

Bennett Alonzo L, brakeman, h 196 Fletch- 
er av. 

Bennett Carl II, elk, r 8, 161i^ Mass av. 

Bennett Catherine (wid Abraham), h 113 



driver, b 344 Fletcher 
barber, b 36 S Station 



Blake. 
Bennett Charles E, 

av. 
Bennett Charles P, 

(B). 
Bennett Daniel M, condr, h 474 E 9th. 
Bennett David T, mngr South Bend Chilled 

Plow Co, h 231 S Olive. 
Bennett Edward H, lab, h 21 Grant. 
Bennett Elbert F, lab, h 22 Grace. 
Bennett Ellen, stenog Kingan & Co (ltd), 

b 113 Blake. 
Bennett Eliza L (wid George W), h 137 E 

Vermont. 
Bennett Emery H, painter, h 41 Roe. 
Bennett Ernest A, plumber, h 312 Cornell 

av. 
Bennett Eunice, stenog Williams Bros, b 

325 N Ilhnois. 
Bennett Floyd E, millwright, h 21 Traub 

av. 
Bennett Frederick, tel opr, b 294 Columbia 

av. 
Bennett George, molder, r 58 Nordyke av 

(W I). 
Bennett George H, electrician, h 16 Nor- 
dyke av (W I). 
Bennett George W, contr, 509 Talbott av, 

h same. 
Bennett Gilbert H, driver, h 250 W Market. 
Bennett Harry, lab, h 51 Brett. 
Bennett Hattie E (wid John K), b 264 W 

Michigan. 
Bennett Henry W, pres The Indpls Stove 

Co, h 567 N Delaware. 
Bennett Horace T, pres Capitol Lumber 

Co, h 123 E Pratt. 
Bennett Ira H, carp, h 166 Laurel. 
Bennett Isaac, lab, b 67 S Noble. 



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u U Bennett James B, carp, h 72 Fulton. 

C t Bennett James E, foreman The J B AU- 
2 free Mnfg Co, h 601 N West. 

K Bennett John B, lab, h S63 S Meridian. 

t- j~ Bennett John J, lab, h 58 Greshajn. 
w*" i ri Bennett John W, mach hd, h 45 Nordyke 
^Em av (W I). 
CCo Bennett J Wesley, photog, 38% E Washing- 

Oton. h 762 N Senate av. 
^ Bennett Lida C, elk King-an & Co (ltd), b 
^5 113 Blake. 
^^ Bennett Loren, engr, h 40 Lord. 

. Bennett Melissa J (wid Tarleton), h 15 
0) Maple. 

W Bennett Montague G, grinder, h 488 W 
H Eugene (N I). 

5 Bennett Nannie J (wid Harvey), h 175 Bane. 
Bennett Omer, lab, b 176 Patterson. 
Bennett Philander L, car rep, h 144 Taco- 

ma av. 
Bennett Robert B 

(W I). 
Bennett Robert H 
^^ Bennett Robert N, 
C 3 h 536 Broadway. 

O^^ BEWETT ROBERT R, Broker, 44 Lom- 
, bard BIdgr, li 429 IV Meridian. 

Stf Bennett Sallie. h s s 8th 5 w of canal. 

■e Bennett Solomon F, lab. b 136 W 1st. 
(J^ O Bennett Susannah (wid Joseph T), b 166 
mmm 5 Laurel. 

^ -J Bennett Theodore, condr, h 50 Cherry. 
UiM Jr Bennett Warren G, undertaker, 20 Michigan 
•v^ ^ (H), h 88 Tremont av (H). 
^^ Bennett Wm, h 5 Wallace. 

H Bennett Wm A, cutter Gem Garment Co, 
h 16S9 Kenwood av. 
^^ Bennett Wm G. trav agt, h 452 N West. 

Bennett Wm H, sec and treas The Indpls 

Stove Co. h 431 N Meridian. 
Bennett Wm R, barber, b 863 S Meridian. 
f — Bennett Wm S. driver, h 51 S Spruce. 
mmm ■ Eennewitz George A, elk, b Hotel English. 
fc ^ i2 Benney Wm C, bkkpr, h 468 W Addison (N 
\J J I). 

f^yt O P.enninger Frank, engraver, b 563 S East. 
Ml ft. Benninger John, lab, b 42 Mclntyre. 
^^ < Benor Louis, elk, b 360 E New York. 
^J Z Benor Morris, h 360 E New York. 



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Benowitz George, cIk, b Hotel English. 
Benson Adelbert S (Middlesworth, Benson, 

Nave & Co), h 814 N Delaware. 
Benson Annie (wid John A), h s s Washing- 
ton 5 w of Harris av (M J). 
Benson Edward J, lab, h 18 Wilcox. 
Benson Hannah (wid Aaron), h 123 Eddy. 
Benson Harry L. elk Order of Chosen 

Friends, h 115 Ash. 
Benson Hiram P. coachman 79 E Pratt. 
Benson Jane (wid Jeffrey), h rear 21 Cen- 
ter. 
Benson John J, carp, h 184 Eureka av. 
Benson Johnson, lab 400 Broadway. 
Benson Joseph, tinner, h 213 S Reisner (W 

I). 
Benson J Milton, texcher Public School No 

24. b 109 Agnes. 
Benson Luther, lecturer, h 873 N Delaware. 
Benson Mabel, teacher Public School No 2. 

b 138 S William (W I). 
Benson Margaret A (wid Julius L), b 75 

Lockerbie. 
Benson Mary L. b 477 N Meridian. 
Benson Moses D, stenog L E & W R R, b 

183 N Noble. 
Benson Naphtali H, stenog L E & W R R. 

h 2S2y2 S Illinois. 
Benson Nathan H. elk. b 477 N Meridian. 
Benson Sarah, stenog, b 183 N Noble. 
Benson Susan M (wid James S), h 138 S 

William (W I). 
Benson Theresa (wid David S), h 183 N 

Noble. 
Benson Wm W. agt, b 229 N Penn. 
Bentel Lewis D, fireman, h 56 Spann av. 
Benthuysan George, lab. b 73 N Alabama. 
Bentley Caroline (wid Albert), h 4 Willard. 
Bentley George P. barber, 104 Mass av, h 

same. 
Bentlev James D, b 530 E "Washington. 
Bentlev Robert, lab, b 28 Water. 
Bentley Robert F, fireman, h 16 Depot (B). 
Bentley Rose C (wid David E), h 58 S Gale 

(B). 
Benton Allen R, LL D, prof Butler College, 
h w s Downey av 1 s of University av (I). 
Benton Charlotte (wid Horatio), b 77 

Adams. 
Benton Delia H, cashr Mass Mut Life Ins 

Co, h 90 E Pratt. 
Benton Eliza, teacher Girls' Classical 

School, h 90 E Pratt. 
Benton George, lab. h 32 N Senate av. 
Benton G-eorge, waiter, r 77 Adams. 
Benton George W, elk Penna Lines, h 127 

E 6th. 
Benton George W. teacher High School, h 

898 Broadway. 
Benton Howard A, mnfrs' agt, 86 Lombard 

bldg, h 855 N Meridian. 
Benton Justin W, bicvcle rep, 86 E Georgia. 

h 86 Paca. 
Benton Minnie E, stenog Parry Mnfg Co. 

b 221 Union. 
Benton Rachel A (wid Joel C). h 221 Union. 
Benton Walter P, ins, 7 Ingalls blk, h 3-52 

C^ollege av. 
Bentz August, mach, b 888 Madison av. 
Bentz Barbara (wid Nicholas), h 888 Mad- 
ison av. 
Benz Wm, lab, h 109 Eureka av. 
Benzel George, lab, h 149 N Dorman. 
Henzel Henry, mach, b 149 N Dorman. 
Benzing Charles W, cigar mnfr, 66614 S Me- 
ridian, b 630 same. 
T'.eiizinger August, mason, b 813 Chestnut. 
Beplay Charles F, basketmkr, b 396 E Ohio. 
Beplay Frederick W, engr, h 812 Cornell av. 



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Beplay John McG, engr. h 396 E Ohio. 
Berauer Joseph M, phys, 557V2 Madison av, 

r same. 
Berberich John L. driver, h 531 E Ohio. 
Berch Wm E, packer, h 49 Garland (W I). 
Berdel Barbara, h 45 Beaty. 
Berdel Carl, paperhngr, 45 Beaty, b same. 
Berdel John, shoemkr, 269 W McCarty, h 

same. 
Berdel Louis J,' elk When Clothing Store, h 

560 S New Jersey. 
Berdel Nellie, elk, b 45 Beaty. 
Bereman Ernest, coremkr, b SS Holmes (H), 
Beretta Andrew, lab, h 242 S Alabama. 
Berg Albert, teacher and librarian Deaf 

and Dumb Inst, h 65 Walcott. 
Berg Augusta M S (wid Charles L), tail- 

oress, b 332 E Wabash. 
Berg Augustus, engr, h 342 S West. 
Berg Charles L. lab. b 325 W Pearl. 
Berg Flora, h 172 N Delaware. 
Berg Frederick W, pressman, b 382 E New 

York. 
Berg Fredericka (wid Charles), b 3S2 E New 

York. 
Berg George F, pressman, h 382 E New 

York. 
Berg George F jr, elk, b 382 E New York. 
Berg Henrietta L (wid Henry L). h 456 N 

California. 
Berg Jacob, filer, h 135 E New York. 
Berg John F, mach, b 547 W Addison (N I). 
Berg Michael, lab, b 160 W Maryland. 
Berg Michael, shoemkr, 370y2 S West, b 22 

Lynn av (W I). 
Berg Wm L, shoecutter, h 328 W Pearl. 
Bergan, see also Burgan. 
Bergan Frank, elk, b 528 E 9th. 
Bergan Frederick J, lab, h 148 Carlos, 
Bergan John F, mach, b 148 Carlos. 
Bergan Wm F, asst bkkpr Charles Maver 

& Co, b 148 Carlos. 
Bergen Daniel, lab, b 62 Columbia av. 
Bergen Edward W, lab, b 62 Columbia av. 
Bergen Frank, lab, b 62 Columbia av. 
Bergen Patrick, lab, b 62 Columbia av, 
Bergen Wm P, stonecutter, h 62 Columbia 

av. 
Bergener Emma (wid Herman), h 30 W 

Vermont. 
Bergener Gustav J, house phys City Hos- 
pital, b 30 W Vermont. 
Berger, see also Burger. 
Berger Alfred, mach, h 9 Wendell. 
Berger Ernest, elk, h 107 S Noble. 
Berger Frank, mach hd, b 9 Wendell. 
Berger Franz E, mach hd, b 9 Wendell. 
Berger Fred T, with Charles Mayer & Co, 

h .324 N Capitol av, 
Berger Henry G, mach, b 9 Wendell. 
Berger Laura E (wid Michael R), h 17 The 

Blacherne. 
Berger Peter, lab, h 103 Malott av. 
Bergman, see also Borgman and Burgman. 
Bergman John, architect, b 325 E Ohio. 
Bergman John A, motorman, h 568 W 

Washington. 
Bergmann Caroline (wid Francis), b 251 W 

Morris. 
Bergmann Charles A, driver, b 484 S New 

Jersey. 
Bergmann Elizabeth H, tailoress, h 100 

Bradshaw. 
Bergmann Francis J, soap mnfr, 251 W 

Morris, h 574 Bellefontaine. 
Bergmann George A, bartndr, b 61 E South. 
Bergmann Wm, driver, h 139 High, 
Bergquist Edward, tailor, r 55 Dearborn. 



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Bergquist John G, tailor, h 1221/4 Ft Wayne 
av. 

Bergundthal David C, sec and treas Van 
Camp H and I Co, h 313 N Capitol av. 

Berkholz Charles D, drayman, h 32 Smith- 
son. 

Berkle Charles, butcher, h 30 Oxford. 

Berkley Albert, lab, b 210 Hamilton av. 

Berkley James, lab, h 210 Hamilton av. 

Berkley Jennie (wid James), h 216 S Me- 
ridian. 

Berkowitz Armin, saloon, 484 E Washing- 
ton, h same. 

Berkowitz Bert, bartndr, b 484 E Washing- 
ton. 

Berkowitz Ignatz, saloon, 1102 E Washing- 
ton, b 484 same. 

Berkowitz Naithan. elk, b 290 Virginia av. 

Berkshire Harry W. elk I D & W Ry, h 
1059 E Michigan. 

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GenI Agt, 207-308 Lemcke Bldg. 

Berlet Christian, lab, h 8 Lynn av (W I). 
Berlin Carl, lab, r 166% W Washington. 
Berlin James T, carp, h 120 Indiana av. 
Berlt Charles A, elk, h 35 W Vermont. 
Bernard Brother, teacher, b cor Coburn 

and Short. 
Bernard Lydia A (wid Nelson), b 1259 N 

Penn. 
Bernauer Charles, mach hd, r 2 Spann av. 
Bernauer Charles A, bartndr, h 341 S Del- 
aware. 
Bernauer Edward E, saloon, 430 Virginia 

av, h 216 E Morris. 
Bernauer Joseph, b 174 Laurel. 
Bernauer Joseph, bartndr, h 410 Pleasant. 
Bernauer Ursulla (wid Benedict), b 450 S 

Delaware. 
Bernd Bros (Daniel and Peter), wagon 

mkrs, 71 W Morris. 
Bernd Charles, painter, h 575 S Capitol av. 
Bernd Daniel (Bernd Bros), h 63 W Morris. 
Bernd George P, blksmith, h 618 S East. 
Bernd George P M, wagonmkr, b 63 W 

Morris. 
Bernd Peter (Bernd Bros), h 566 S Illinois. 



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;^ O 111 Berndt Augnst F, cabtmkr, h w s Oakland 

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Berndt Harry O, mach, b 180 Hillisde av. 

Eerner Charles F, lab, h 254 Blake. 

Berner Frederick, vice-pres Hetherington 
& Berner Co, h 40 Union. 

Berner Frederick jr, treas Hetherington 
Berner Co, h 290 S Meridian. 

Berner Gottlieb, h 21 Peru av. 

Berner Louis E, elk, b 40 Union. 

Berner Wm E, elk, b 254 Blake. 

Bernhamer Louisa (wid Wm), b 997 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Bernhardt, see also Barnard and Barnhart. 

Bernhardt Anna (wid Wm), h 220 Pleasant 
av. 

Bernhardt Benjamin, butcher, h 149 Eddy. 

Bernhardt Charles E, sawmkr, h n s 
Washington 3 e of Quincy. 

Bernhardt Ernest, lab, h 120 W Morris. 

Bernhardt Frank, elk, r 20l^ N Delaware. 

Bernhardt George, dairy, 60 W Raymond, 
h same. 

Bernhardt John, driver, h e s Tremont av 
1 n of Grandview av (H). 

Bernhardt John C, elk, h 75 Shelby. 

Bernhardt John C jr, elk, b 75 Shelby. 

Bernhardt Lorenz, mason, 49 Wallack, h 
same. 

Bernhardt Lorenz C, gilder, b 75 Shelby. 

Bernhardt Olof L, painter, b 405 Coburn. 

Bernhardt Wm, lab, b e s Tremont av 1 
n of Grandview av (H). 

Bernhart Frederick, saloon, 76 S Dela- 
ware, h same. 

Bernhart John, saloon, 423 S Meridian, h 
340 S New Jersey. 

Bernhart John L, grocer, 38 Dunlop, h 

• tame. 

Berninger Clarence O, student, r 367 N Ala- 
bama. 

Bernloehr Charles, boxmkr, h 97 Chad- 
wick. 

Bemloehr Christopher, jeweler, 324 S Me- 
ridian, h same. 



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Bernloehr George, barber, 1 English av, h 
same. 

Bernloehr John, baker, r 2621^ E Washing- 
ton. 

Bernloehr John, janitor Court House, h 
153 Meek. 

Bernloehr John A, bkkpr, h 43 Russell av. 

Bernloehr Lena (wid Jacob), b 39 Yeiser. 

Bernloehr Margaret, midwife, 153 Meek, h 
same. 

Berns Augustus F, m.usic teacher, b 304 N 
New Jersey. 

Bern* George, carp, h 96 Oriole. 

Bernstein, see also Borinstein. 

Bernstein Jacob, elk, b 425 S Illinois. 

Bernstein Joseph, furniture, 187 W Wash- 
ing-ton, stoves, 235 E Washington, junk, 
1S9 Indiana av, h 425 S Illinois. 

Bernstein Moses Z, elk, b 425 S Illinois. 

Bernstein Nathan, elk, b 425 S Illinois. 

Beronson Bernard, carver, b Illinois House. 

Berringer John R, lab, h 42 Mclntyre. 

Berringer Wm H (Smock & Berringer), r 
5S Hendricks blk. 

Berringer Wm H, agt, h 36 N East. 

Berry Abram S, mason, h 60 Johnson av. 

Berry Adrian D Rev, pastor Woodruff 
Place Baptist Church, h 216 Randolph. 

Berry Alice, h 4 Sheldon. 

Berry Ann (wid Jeremiah), r 356 N Noble. 

Berry Benjamin F, carp, h 9 Warren av 
(W I). 

Berry Bros (John J and James E), plumb- 
ers, 374 Shelby. 

Berry Bros (Madison N and Luther L), 
barbers, 205 Indiana a v. 

Berry Catherine (wid Michael), h 89 Buch- 
anan. 

Berry Charles, lab, b w s Sherman Drive 
2 n of Michigan. 

Berry Charles L, pastor Garden Baptist 
Church, b 228 W New York. 

Berry Charles S, lab Spencer House. 

Berry Clara J, b 27 Vine. 

Berry Corinthia A (wid Frank), laundress,, 
h 275 E Wabash. 

Berry David L, carp, h 101 Geisendorff. 

Berry Edward, carp, h 24 Mayhew. 

Berry Edward C, mach, h 781 N Illinois. 

Berry Eli, carp, h 529% N Illinois. 

Berry Eli F, blksmith, h 5291/2 N Illinois. 

Berry Elizabeth M (George D Jones & Co), 
b 439 S Illinois. 

Berry Ellen (wid George), h 298 S Capitol 
av. 

Berry Frank D, elk, b 187 Buchanan. 

Berry George, lab, h 298 S Capitol av. 

Berry George H, cook, h 102 Hosbrook. 

Berry George W, boarding, h 176 S New- 
Jersey. 

Berry Harry M, printer, b 5291/^ N Illinois.. 

Berry Henry M, molder, h 188 S Senate av. 

Berry Isaac N, brakeman, b 176 S New 
Jersey. 

Berry Isaiah, waiter, b 156 Michigan av. 

Berry James, lab, h 65 Fayette. 

Berry James, tmstr, b e s Baltimore av 2' 
n of 22d. 

Berry James A, carp, 1 Hester, h same. 

Berry James E (Berry Bros), b 89 Bu- 
chanan. 

Berry James B, dry goods, 201 Hoyt av, h 

same. 
Berry Jane (wid Benjamin), h s e cor Capi- 
tol av and 30th. 
Berry John, r 251 S Meridian. 
Berry John, lineman fire dept, b 364 S Il- 
linois. 
Berry John, gasfitter, h 140 Madison av. 



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Berry John J (Berry Bros), b 89 Buchanan. 

Berry John M, brakeman, h 178 Hoyt av. 

Berry Luther L (Berry Bros), h 386 N West. 

Berry Lydia S, dressmkr, b s e cor Capitol 
av and 30th. 

Berry Madison N (Berry Bros), b 386 N 
"West. 

Berry Marion, millwright, h 179 N Noble. 

Berry Mary, h 3 Bates al. 

Berry Michael, eng-r, h 299 E Merrill. 

Berry Omer P, finisher, h 232 Douglass. 

Berry Robert C, mach, h 361 Fletcher av. 

Berry "Vernon, printer, b 46 S Capitol av. 

Berry "Walter, lab, h 10 Vine. 

Berry Walter J, carp, h 180 Douglass. 

Berry Wm, h 310 E Georgia. 

Berry Wm A, lab, h 226 Summit (H). 

Berry Wm F, mach, h 301 Alvord. 

Berry Wm H, carp, h 187 Buchanan. 

Berry Wm H, porter, h 40 GufRn. 

Berry Wm J, printer, b 140 Madison av. 

Berry Wm M, painter, b 4 Sheldon. 

Berryhill John S (Knefler & Berryhill), 
pres Allison Coupon Co, h 937 N Alabama. 

Berryman Bert, collr The Indpls News, b 
366 Cornell av. 

Berryman Edward, lab, h 179 N Dorm an. 

Berryman Nellie B, bkkpr, b 366 Cornell av. 

Berryman Presley, blksmith, h 129 Madison. 

Berryman Wm, b 28 Eastern av. 

Berryman Wm H, basketmkr, b 129 Madi- 
son. 

Berryman Wm H, cooper, h 366 Cornell av. 

Bersch George W, trav agt Schrader Bros, 
h 205 Bellefontaine. 

Bert MolHe, r 307 The Shiel. 

Bertel John, shoemkr, 269 W McCarty, h 
same. 

Bertels Frank, baker, h 50 Paca. 

Bertels Frank G, mason, b 107 Lexington 
av. 

Bertels George, carp, 107 Lexington av, h 
same. 

Bertelsman Charles, cigar mnfr, 264 Mass 
av, h 49 Windsor. 

Bertelsman Henry W, storekpr, h 84 
Stoughton av. 

Bertelsman Lilly, agt, 262 Mass av, b 84 
Stoughton av. 

Bertelsman Wm, news, 264 Mass av, h 
same. 

Bertermann Benedict, mech engr, b 244 N 
Bast. 

BERTERMANIV BROS (Jobn and ^Vm 
G), Florists, 85 E "Washington (30 
Pembroke Arcade); Tel 840; Green- 
house, 1370 E Washington; Tel 198. 

Bertermann Edward J, florist Bertermann 

Bros, h 80 Lockerbie. 
Bertermann Irwin, student, b 1374 E Wash- 
ington. 
Bertermann John (Bertermann Bros), h 

1374 E Washington. 
Bertermann Walter, elk b 80 Lockerbie. 
Bertermann Walter H, florist Bertermann 

Bros, b 1374 E Washington. 
Bertermann Wm G (Bertermann Bros), h 

244 N East. 
Berth August, carp, h n s Michigan 2 e 

of Belt R R. 
Berting Joseph F, train disp P C C & St L 

Ry, b 277 N Capitol av. 
Bertram Sallie B (Union Co-Operative 

Laundry), r 5 Wyandot blk. 
Bertram Wm, molder, b 52 Michigan (H). 
Bertrand Charles, cook The Denison. 
Bertsch Edward S, brakeman, b 779 B 

Washington. 




Beschnack Franz, lab, h 353 S Capitol av. 

Beskin Henry, grocer, 118 Indiana av, h 
same. 

Bess Milton, waiter The Bates. 

Bess Wm H, lab, r 283 Chapel. 

Besse Henry, lab, r 130 Allegheny. 

Bessel John B, baker, r .'88 "Virginia av. 

Besser Eliza, r 178 S New Jersey. 

Bessonies August Right Rev, vicar genl 
Diocese of "Vincennes, h s e cor 5th and 
Meridian. 

Best Isaiah, lab, h 34 Bates al. 

Bast John, car rep, h 351 Jefferson av. 

Best Laura, h 167 W Maryland. 

Best Mary (wid George), h 30 Bales al. 

Best Wm J, lab, h 145 High. 

Beston Michael, h s w cor Pine and Noble. 

Beswick Ann T (wid Philip I), b 1007 N Cap- 
itol av. 

Beswick Frank M, condr, h 22 Johnson av. 

Beswick James H, carrier, b 270 S Dela- 
ware. I 

Beswick Margaret (wid James W), h 270 S 
Delaware. 

Beswick Newton B, express, h 28 Wallace. 

Betcone Donald S, trav agt, h 39 N Arsenal 
av. 

Bethmann Louis F, lab, h 33 Holly av (W I 
I). 

Bethuram Alpha, mach hd, h Maywood, 
Ind. 

Bettcher Elizabeth, teacher Public School 
No 1, b 204 N Illinois. 

Bettcher Henry, tmstr, h 247 Lincoln la. 

Bettcher John, car insp,' h 249 Lincoln 
la. 

Petter Rudolph, harnessmkr, h 818 S East. 

Bettes Mattia E, teacher Indiana Reforma- 
tory, b same. 

Betts Howell T, tinner, rear 457 W Eugene, 
h 489 Francis (N 1). 

Betz Christian F, printer, h 28 Garland 
(W I). 

Betz Lawrence, plumber, h 119 John. 

Betz Wm B, foreman Allison Coupon Co, 
b 28 Garland (W I). 

Betzler Charles W, carp, b 30 N West. 

Betzner Charles A, condr, b 299 Columbia 
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Betzner Edward N, molder, h 299 Columbia 

av. 
Beulah Log-an, lab, b IGtj Osage. 
Beumer Henry, carp, h 136 Windsor. 
Bevan John, trav agt, h ESS Ash. 
Bevell Allen A, painter, h 1064 W Vermont. 
Bevell Christian A, carp, h 490 W 1st. 
Bever, see also Beaver and Beever. 
Bever Charles M, elk Wm H Rolls' Sons, r 

347 N Delaware. 
Bever Ellsworth, elk, b 347 N Delaware. 
Bever Fremont E, elk, b 340 N Meridian. 
Bever Stallard J, elk, r 451 N Capitol av. 
Beverly Battle, coachman, h 112 Roanoke. 

BEVERIDGE ALBERT J, Lawyer, 
Rooms 1-4, ISVa N Penn, li 451 N Dela- 
ware; Tel 1184. 

Beveridge Henry L, sec and treas Beve- 

ridge Paper Co, h 732 N New Jersey. 
Beveridge Paper Co, Isaac V Stuphen pres, 

Henry L Beveridge sec and treas, cor 

Maryland and Geisendorff 
Beverlin John, carp, h n s Oakwood 2 e of 

Hillside av. 
Beville Burton L, elk, b s s E Washington 

1 e of Belt R R. 
Beville Henry H, real est, 2i/^ W Washing- 
ton, h s s E Washington 1 e of Belt R R. 
Beville Henry M, elk, b s s E Washington 

1 e of Belt R R. 
Bevington Samuel, fireman, r 104 English 

av. 
Bevington Wm. engr, r 104 English av. 
Bevis Andrew J, produce, E Mkt House, h 

n s Michigan 1 e of Belt R R. 
Bevis Clemence V, painter, h w s Bradley 

3 n of Ohio. 
Bevis John A, painter, h w s Bradley 5 n 

of Ohio. 
Bevis Stewart, painter, b e s Sherman 

Drive 1 n of Ohio. 
Beyea Alfaretta J (wid Harrison G), b 

424 Ash. 
Beyer, see also Baar, Bahr, Barr and 

Bayer. 
Beyer Anna, opr Cent U Tel Co, b 402 N 

California. 
Beyer Caroline (wid Carl), b 48 Barth av. 



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Beyer Clara P (wid Christian), r 14 Stew- 
art pi. 

Beyer Edmund A, foreman Kahn Tailoring 
Co, r 12 Stewart pi. 

Beyer Edward L, foreman, b 402 N Califor- 
nia. 

Beyer Elizabeth (wid Julius), h 610 S Me- 
ridian. 

Beyer Francis A, coachman, h 175 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Beyer Frank J, lab, h 16 Maple. 

Beyer Gustav, cabtmkr, b 402 N California. 

Beyer John, meats, 414 W North, h 416 same. 

Beyer Katharina, b 669i/^ Madison av. 

Beyer Max, produce, E Mkt House, h 213 
Elm. 

Beyer May (wid Frederick), h 331 E Geor- 
gia. 

Beyer Otto E, lab, b 610 S Meridian. 

Beyersdorfer John, bartndr, h 565 E 7th. 

Bibbs Elizabeth, h e s Race 4 s of Ray- 
mond. 

Bice Otis, tel opr, b 100 Camp. 

Bichel Louis, brewer, b 476 E Washington. 

BICKEL. HARRISON C, Lawyer, Rooms 
9-10, 821^ E Wasbin^ton, li 228 Hoyt 
av. 

Bickel John E, student, b 8 Detroit. 

Bickel Michael T, mach, h 8 Detroit. 

Bickel Milton O, switchman, h 287 Fletch- 
er av. 

Bickell Harvey F, asst genl supt L E & W 
R R, s w cor Washington and Noble, h 
357 N New Jersey. 

Bicker Frank A, mach, h 448 Indiana av. 

Bickers John, millwright, h rear 67 Mi- 
nerva. 

Bickett Augusta, bkkpr Samuel Kealing, 
b 30 N West. 

Bickett John, lab, b 83 Geisendorff. 

Bickett Martha A (wid John E), r 30 N 
West. 

Bicknell Andrew J, painter, b California 
House. 

Bicknell Ernest, sec Board of State Chari- 
ties, 52 State House, h 64 Ruckle. 

Bicknell Larkin W Rev, h 218 E South. 

Bicknell Myron D. lab, r 232 S Capitol av. 

Biddinger James H, engr, h 28 School. 

Biddinger James H jr, elk Kingan & Co 
(ltd), b 28 School. 

Biddle Charles C, molder, b 224 Blake. 

Biddle Frederick S, photog, 16y2 E Wash- 
ington, h same. 

Biddle Henry P, millwright, h 224 Blake. 

Biddle Horace P, elk, b 519 N Alabama. 

Biddle Stephen V, music teacher, h 519 N 
Alabama. 

Biddle Wm P, packer, b 224 Blake. 

Biddle Wm S Rev, pastor California Street 
M E Church, h 221 Douglass. 

Biddy James M, janitor High School, h 298 
N Capitol av. 

Biddy Lemuel F, elk, r 298 N Capitol av. 

Bidwell Charles W, carp, h 24 Pleasant av. 

Bidwell Elizabeth, dressmkr, 24 Pleasant 
av, h same. 

Bidwell Harry M, elk C H & E H Schra- 
der, b 24 Pleasant av. 

Biebinger, see also Bebinger. 

Biebinger Jacob, grocer, n s 30th 2 e of 
Illinois, h s w cor Capitol av and 30th 
(M). 

Biebinger Mary A, dressmkr, 94 N East, r 
same. 

Biedenmeister Charles A, h 265 E New 
York. 

Biedenmeister Charles A jr, elk Daggett 
& Co, h 271 S Senate av. 



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Biedenmeister Daisy, teacher Public Sciiool 
No 15, h 265 B New York. 

Biedenmeister Mary J. teacher Public 
School No 14, b 265 E New York. 

Biegler Geor<?e Q, register elk C C C & St 
L, Ry, b 175 Hoyt av. 

Biegler Portia E (wid John C), h 175 Hoyt 
av. 

Biehl Nicholas, lab, h 673 Union. 

Bieler, see also Beeler and Baehler. 

Bieler Charles L, cashr D P Erwin & »\i, 
h 41 West Drive (W P). 

BIELKR JACOB I., Mngr Indianapolis 
Brancli Anlienser-Bnscli Brevrins' As- 
sociation. 454-458 E Oliio: Tel 1687; 
li 1053 Jf Alabama. 

Biertier Martin, blksmith, h 52 Division 
(W I). 

Bier Charles E, tinner, h 32 Temple av. 

Bier John W, tinner, h 34 Temple av. 

Bierhaus Henry, teacher Deaf and Dumb 
Inst, h 610 E Washing-ton. 

Bierman, see Beermann. 

Biffel Isom, lab, h rear 29 Cornell av. 

BIG FOUR BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 
John H Furnas Pres, Samuel E Eller- 
nian See, Rooms 11-13, 68% E Market. 

BIG FOUR ROUTE (C C C & St L R> ), 
Henry M Bronson Asst Genl Pass Agt, 
Henry S Eraser Genl Ag-t Freiglit 
Dept, "\V A Sullivan Commercial Ag't, 
Benjamin C Kelsey City Ticket Agt, 
AVriglit S Jordan Trav Pass Agt, 1 E 
W'asliin|!;ton: Tel 374: Samuel M Hice 
Ticket Agt, 36 Jackson PI; Tel 388. 

Bigelow David, mach hd, b 739 E Michigan, 

Bigelow Eliza J (wid James F), b 69 N East. 

Bigelow George W, mach hd, h 318 Martin- 
dale av. 

Bigelow Ira G, tinner, h 157 Yandes. 

Bigelow Isaac, cigarmkr, b 90 Sheldon. 

Bigelow Isaac K, plastr, h 157 Yandes. 

Bigelow Isaac M, tinner Van Camp H and I 
Co, b 157 Yandes. 

Bigelow John, mach hd, b 739 E Michigan. 

Bigelow John S, plastr, h 90 Sheldon. 

Bigelow Wm H. mach hd, h 739 E Michi- 
gan. 

Bigger Richard F (R H & R P Bigger), 
phys, 102 N Alabama, h same: tel 1023. 

Bigger Robert H (R H & R F Bigger), 
phys, 429 Virginia av, h 102 N Alabama; 
tel 1023. 

BIGGER R H & R F (Robert H and 
Ricbard F>, Physicians and Sxir- 
g'cons, 439 Virginia av; Tels Office 
1090, Res 1033. 

Bigger Wm H, insp City Engineer, r 127 
N Alabama. 

Biggins Benjamin B, lab, h 4 Arthur. 

Biggins Hugh, porter, h 605 W Vermont. 

Biggins James M, phys, 1171% W Washing- 
ton, h same. 

Biggs Wm F, cooper, b 18 Caldwell. 

Bigham Alice K (wid Hayden S). h 171 
Park av. 

Bihlmaier Frank, driver, h 381 W Wash- 
ington. 

Bilby Elmer W, lab, h 219 Hoyt av. 

Bilger Grace (wid Joseph), h 240 Spring. 

Bilger Nellie (wid John), b 316 Spring. 

Billeter Francis E, driver, h 567 E Wash- 
ington. 

Billeter Zora, engr, b 75 River av (W I). 

Billger W^m, carp, h 20 Merrit (H). 

Billhauser Sophia (wid John), h 2 Hanway. 



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Rooms 325 to 330 Lemcke Building. 

Billigheimer Lee "W, elk Elite Portrait and 

Frame Co, r 28V2 Indiana av. 
Billing Augusta (wid Andrew), h 30 Yeiser. 
Billing Gustav, elk, b 30 Yeiser. 
Billing Oscar J, elk C C C & St L Ry, b 30 

Yeiser. 
Billings Albert H, elk McCormick H M Co, 

b 179 E St Clair. 
Billings Frederick H, elk Parry Mfg Co,, 

b s s Oak av 2 e of Central av (I). 
Billings George M, trav agt, h s s Oak av 

2 e of Central av (I). 
Billings Henry M, painter, h 128 Walcott. 
Billingsley Alexander D, b w s Orchard 1 

n of Howland av. 
Billingsley Denton F (T A Randall & Co), 

h 622 E Washington. 
Billingsley James H (D A Williams & Co), 

elk Penna Lines, h 910 Broadway. 
Billingsley John J W, pub The Drainage 

Journal, 19 Talbott blk, h w s Orchard 1 

n of Howland av. 
Billingsley Joseph, blksmith, b 150 Cypress. 
Billingsley, Judson J W, dairy, w s Or- 
chard 1 n of Howland av, b same. 
Billingsworth, John W, peddler, h 1696 N 

Senate av. 
Billman Gustus S, phys, 643 Virginia av, h 

same. 
Billman Joseph, lab. b 235 S Alabama. 
Billmau Nicholas, motorman, r 22 Columbia 

blk. 
Billmire Claude L, lab, b 693 W Udell (N I). 
Billmire Dalzell, cabtmkr, b 693 W Udell 

(N I). 
Billmire Elizabeth (wid Charles W), h 693 

W Udell (N I). 
Billo Julius, cabtmkr, r 428i^ Virginia av. 
Bills Ella, music teacher, b s e cor 24th 

and Central av. 
Bills Harry G, bkkpr Nelson Morris & Co, 

b 309 Fletcher av. 
Bills James T. bicycle rep, h rear 175 S 

East. 
Bills Nelson M, car insp, h 2 B Willow (B). 
Bills Ora E, salesman Emil Wulschner & 

Son, h 243 Shelby. 
Bills Sylvester, lab, h 155 Locke. 



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Bills Thomas, lab, h 42 Athon. 
Bills Thomas, lab, h rear 175 S East. 
Biltimier Carrie R (wid Henry A), elk, b 

434 Cornell av. 
Binager Bruce J, billposter, h 36 Garfield 

Pl. 
Binager George T, agt, h 22 Sterling. 
Binager Vintzson B (Binager & Reinert), 

h 324 N Alabama. 
Binager & Reinert (Vintzson B Binager, 

John G Reinert), broom mnfrs, n e cor 

St Clair and Bee Line Ry. 
Binan James, lab, h 42 S Liberty. 
Binger Henry, butcher, h 141 S Summit. 
Binger Otto, butcher, b 141 S Summit. 
Bingham Edmund H, railroad editor The 

Indianapolis Sentinel, r 546 N Meridian. 
Bingham Francis L, elk, h 32 W St Joseph. 
Bingham George U, elk, h 146 East Drive 

(W P). 
Bingham Harriett A (wid Wm P), b 110 

Middle Drive (W P). 
Bingham Joseph J, h 546 N Meridian. 
BiJigham Pearl W, barber, h 166 W Mich- 
igan. 
Bingham Wheelock, fireman, b 17 McKim 

av. 
Binkley Benjamin R, mach, h 14S Elm. 
Binkley Carra A, elk Am Detective Agency, 

b 45 Warren. 
Binkley Edward H, finisher, b 148 Elm. 
Binkley Emma (wid John), h 45 Warren. 
Binkley Joshua, b 148 Elm. 
Binkley Ruth A, stenog, b 45 Warren. 
Binkley Wm H. sawyer, b 148 Elm. 
Binnlnger Christian, lab, h e s Applegate 

2 n of Raymond. 
Binninger Ernst, lab, h e s Applegate 2 n 

of Raymond. 
Binninger Frank, lithog, b 563 S East. 
Binninger Freda (wid John), h 563 S East. 
Binninger Wm, lab, h e s Applegate 2 n 

of Raymond. 
Binsac Anna (wid Wm), h 68 N Noble. 
Binsac Emma C, elk, b 68 N Noble. 
Binzer Henry E, coachman 803 College av. 
Binzer Michael, trav agt, h ZSIV2 N Noble. 
Binzer Solomon, dry goods, 286 S Illinois, 

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Birch Mary (wid James), h 82 Torbet. 

Birch Rebecca (wid Wm). h 466 W 2d. 

Birch Richard E, h 178 Broadway. 

Birchard Sarah C (wid Plaudin), b 704 Ash. 

Birchfield James W, mngr, h 16 Stoughton 
av. 

Birchman Wm, confr, 36 Hill av, b 24 Co- 
lumbia av. 

Birck John C, grinder, h 192 Nebraska. 

Birck Nicholas, lab, h 25 Carson. 

Birck Peter A, driver, h 366 N West. 

Bird, see also Byrd. 

Bird Ann M (wid Abraham), h 32 The 
Windsor. 

Bird Asa, blksmith, h 164 Vv^ Maryland. 

Bird Edward F, lab, h 95 Bradshaw. 

Bird Elmer E, plumber, h 114 Fayette. 

Bird Eugene E, mach, h 323 Columbia av. 

Bird Frank, pres Frank Bird Transfer Co, 
h 683 N Illinois; Tel 258. 

BIRD PRANK TRANSFER CO, Framlc 
Bird Pres, George B Gaston See and 
Treas, General Office 24 Pembroke 
Arcade; Tel 534; Branch Offices, 115 
N Dela-tvare; Tel 444; Bates Honse 
and Union Sta.tion. (See adv in 
classified Omnibus Lines; also Trans- 
fer Companies.) 

FRANK BIRD TRANSFER CO. 

General Office, 24 Pembroke Arcade. 

{Union Station. 
115 North Delaware and Bates 
House. 
Stable, 115 North Delaware. 

Order by I Baggage Checked I Carriages for Par- 
Telephone at ties, Weddings, 
Day or Night. Kesidence [ Depot, etc. 
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Bird Gustav A, huckster, h 230 S Olive. 

Bird Henry, lab, h 624 Home av. 

Bird James, lab, h rear 606 N West. 

Bird James A, lab, b 235 Mass av. 

Bird James D, foreman, h 561% Virginia av. 

Bird John, tmstr, b 297 W Merrill. 

Bird Mary C (wid Wm A), h 155 Cornell av. 

Bird Oliver, lab, h 398 Yandes. 

Bird Richard, h 297 W Merrill. 

Bird Stanton, lab, b 297 W Merrill. 

Bird Thomas V, lab, b 230 S Olive. 

Bird Wm C. blksmith, r 235 Mass av 

Bird Wm M jr (W M Bird jr & Co), 
W Vermont. 

BIRD W M JR & CO (Wm M Bird Jr. 
John C Test), Rambler Bicycles, 
Densmore Typewriters, 29 E Market; 
Tel 1549. 

Bireley Harvey F. condr, h 66 Tacoma av. 

Birge James A, flagman, h 174 Davidson. 

Birge Otis A, elk, ta 174 Davidson. 

Birge Warren A, lab, h 408 Dillon. 

Birk, see also Burk. 

Birk Andrew W, car rep, b n w cor Bright- 
wood av and Wolf pike (B). 

Birk Christian, engr, h 313 W Morris. 

Birk Harry A, student, b 294 N West. 

Birk Martin, h 294 N West. 

Birk Martin J, meats, 298 N West, b 294 
same. 

Birk Otto E (Frenk & Birk), b 294 N West. 

Birk Wm M, pharmacist Sloan Drug Co, 
b 294 N West. 

Birket Charles T, phys, 1S7 Columbia av, 
b same. 



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Blrket Margaret J (wid Charles W), h 187 
Columbia av. 

Birkner George H, lab, h 307 Columbia av. 

Birkner Peter, lab, h 277 Yaiides. 

Birming-ham Thomas, lab, h 44 Geisendorff. 

Birr Herman, blksmith. h :'.01 ■ iray. 

Birrell James, hostler 215 Dougherty. 

Birt, see also Burt. 

Birt Henry W, waiter, r 25 S West. 

Birt John J, finisher, h 379 S East. 

Birtch Stephen, lab, h 40 Summit (H). 

Bischel Louis, brewer, b 476 B Washington. 

Bischoff George (Bischoff & Fisse), h e s 
Rural 3 n of Belt R R (B). 

Bischoff George, butcher, b 112 Chadwick. 

Bischoff & Fisse (George Bischoff, John H 
Fisse), feed, s e cor Rural and Belt R R 
(B). 

Bisese Michael, peddler, h 222 S East. 

Bish Philippa (wid Victor), h 807 N Me- 
ridian. 

Bishoff Jacob (Wulf & Bishoff), res Au- 
gusta, Ind. 

Bishop Aaron, mach, b 289 W Merrill. 

Bishop Benjamin F, lab, h 231 Huron. 

Bishop Charles T (Koehler & Bishop), h 
564 E Vermont. 

Bishop Edward, carp, h 612 W Washington. 

Bishop Edward F, carp, h 239 Kentucky av. 

Bishop Elias C, attendant, h n s W Wash- 
ington 3 w of Insane Hospital gate (M J). 

Bishop Ellsworth D, bkkpr Reeves & Co, 
h 152 E New York. 

Bishop George W, cooper, r 45 Helen. 

Bishop Harry E, musician, b 38 E 24th. 

Bishop Henry H, jeweler, 580 Virginia av, 
h 151 Cottage av. 

Bishop James, lab, b 234 Muskingum al. 

Bishop James D, driver, r 580 N Senate av. 

BISHOP JAMES L<, Mngr Indianapolis 
Calcinni Light Co, rear 126 W Mary- 
land and 127 W Pearl, li 38 E 24th. 

Bishop Joel C, carp, h 147 River av (W I). 
Bishop John E, motorman, h ISO N Mis- 
souri. 
Bishop Lewis P, well driver, 391 N New 

Jersey, h same. 
Bishop Mary, h 70 S Senate av. 
Bishop Nona M, h 151 N Alabama. 
Bishop Samuel, lab, h 145 Miller (W I). 
Bishop Sarah, dressmkr, 373 W Vermont, 

h same. 
Bishop Wm 13, polisher, b 110 Bates. 
Bishop Wm J, lab, b 4021/2 College av. 
Bishop Wm M, porter, h 149 Geisendorff. 
Bisig Andrew J (Bisig & Lange). h e s 

Sherman Drive 1 s of Brookville rd (S). 
Bisig Andrew J, mach hd, h 74 Laurel. 
Bisig & Lange (Andrew J Bisig, Edward 

F Lange), dairv, e s Sherman Drive 1 s 

of Brookville rd (S). 
Bismarck John, lab, r 144 N Capitol av. 
Bisplinghoff Susannah (wid Herman), h 10 

Beecher. 
Bisselberg, see Buesselberg. 
Bissell Charles J, gasfltter, h 284 W St 

Clair. 
Bissell Daniel P, h 73 Lockerbie. 
Bissell Frank P, salesman Central Cycle 

Mnfg Co, h 279 E Vermont. 
Bissell Frederick L, bicycle rep, h 404 W 

Pratt. 
Bistline Arvilla M, phys, 394 N New Jer- 
sey, b same. 
Bistline Henry E, grocer, 187 S Illinois, h 

11641/2 E Washington. 
Bittinger Jesse W, collr Albert Gall, h 850 

N New Jersey. 
Bittner Wm A, lab, h 220 W Merrill. 



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Bittrich Wm S, meats, 56 E Mkt House, 

res Maywood, Ind. 
Bitzer Conrad S, trav agt, h 770 N Senate 

av. 
Bius Reece, condr, b 678 W Washington. 
Biven Anthony, lab, h rear 738 N West. 
Biven George, lab, r 187 Indiana av. 
Bivens Ellen S (wid John), h w s Miami 9 

s of Prospect. 
Bivens Melissa (wid Wm), h 30 Drake. 
Bivens Reuben A, finisher, h s s Prospect 

1 e of Madeira. 
Bivins Hampton S, lab, h n w cor Mill and 

9th. 
Bixby Allan S. supt Metallic Mnfg Co, h 

301 Cornell av. 
Bixby Burton L, b 92 Bellefontaine. 
Bixby Charles W, trav agt Moline Plow 

Co, h 92 Bellefontaine. 
Bixby Jennie M, teacher, b 92 Bellefontaine. 
Bixler Edward J, watchman, h 24 Hope 

(B). 
Bixler Henry W, lab, h 26 Hope (B). 

BLACHERNE THE, Henry L Wallace 
Agt, Joseph W Netliery Snpt, n -w cor 
Meridian and Vermont; Tel 1183. 

Black August, b 483 E Georgia. 

Black Austin, fireman, h 32 Hoyt av. 

Black Burton, lab, b 205 W 2d. 

Black Carl S, motorman. b 563 W Francis 
(N I). 

Black Charles C, lab, h 337 N Noble. 

Black Chaj-les H, carriage mnfr, 44 E 
Maryland, h 274 E Ohio. 

Black Charles S, barber, 206 S Meridian, 
h same. 

Black David M, janitor, h 296 Fayette. 

Black Drew, student, b 403 Cornell av. 

Black Elizabeth (wid Bernard), b 37 East- 
ern av. 

Black Frank B, messenger, b 255 S Penn. 

Black Frank J, mach, h 11 Temple av. 

Black Frank M, elk H P Wasson & Co, 
b 325 Home av. 

Black George, engr, b 942 Gent (M P). 

Black George W (Warman, Black, Cham- 
berlain & Co), res Greencastle, Ind. 



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Black Georg-e W, filer, h 1400 Northwest- 
ern av (N I). 

Black George W, trav agt. h 325 Home av. 

Black Grace, teacher Public School No 3S, 
b 403 Cornell av. 

Black Hannah M (wid Samuel), milliner, 
23I2 W Washington, h same. 

Black Helen (wid Charles), h 571 Mass av. 

Black James B (Black & Pugh), Judge 
Appellate Court of Indiana, 98 State 
House, h 397 N Penn. 

Black James O, lab, b 23 S Arsenal av. 

BLACK JAMES S, Vocalist. Voice 
Builder, Musical Director, Teaclier 
of Vocal Teeliniaue, Eiii^'lisli and 
Italian Singring-; Pupils Q.ualilied for 
Teacliers, Clinrcli and Concert Sing- 
ers, 10 E 7tli, li sjinie. 

Black Jennie M (wid Robert), h 403 Cornell 

a v. 
Black Jeremiah, carp, h 410 Blake. 
Black John, art stained g-lass, 159 Mass av, 

h 1112 N Meridian: tel 1074. 
Black John, lab, h 346 W North. 
Black John A (The Grocers' Mnfg Co), h 

23 Gregg. 
Black Kimball, waiter, b 219 N West. 
Black Lydia A (wid George H), h 86 N Lib- 
erty. 
Black Marcus, uphlr, h 14 Germania. av 

(H). 
Black Napoleon R, carp, h 563 W Francis 

(N I). 
Black Oscar E, filer, h 188 S Senate av. 
Black Robert, lab, h 1476 Schumann av 

(N I). 
Black Robert H, polisher, h 178 Harrison. 
Black Ruth A (wid Washington), b 32 Hoyt 

av. 
Black Thomas P, carp, h 255 S Penn. 
Black Warren P. fireman, h 42 Harrison. 
Black Wm, mach, h 5101/2 E 9th. 
Black Wm A. mach. h 22 Lawn. 
Black Wm H, tinner, h 1016 E Washing-ton. 

BLACK & PUGH (James B Blaclc, Ed- 
%vin B Pn^li). La^vyers, 57-J58 Loui- 
I»ard Bids; Tel 1773. 

Blackburn Albert, lab, b .342 N Missouri. 



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Blackburn Cassius, lab, r 424 Muskingum 
al. 

Blackburn Eugene, elk R M S, h 117 S Illi- 
nois. 

Blackburn Frederick H, porter, b 55 Tor- 
bet. 

Blackburn George, lab, h 55 Torbet. 

Blackburn George jr, nurse, b 55 Torbet. 

Blackburn Grace V, teacher Knickerbocker 
Hall, b e s Central av nr 7th. 

Blackburn John C, porter, b 55 Torbet. 

Blackburn Roderick, lab, h 382 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Blackburn Wm, port&r, b 354 W 2d. 

Blacker Marshall D, carp, h 820 E 9th. 

Blacketter Georg-e E, elk, r 42 Hendricks 
blk. 

Blackford Clarence, waiter, h 18 S Senate 
av. 

Blackford George, lab, r 480 W Lake (N I). 

Blackford Wm, lab, r 354 W 2d. 

Blackledge Albert S, vice-pres and treats 
The Mullen-Blackledge Co, b 975 N Merid- 
ian. 

Blackledg-e Frank H (Blackledge & Thorn- 
ton), h 205 N Bast. 

Blackledge Irene L, teacher Girls' Clsissi- 
cal School, b 975 N Meridian. 

Blackledge John W, trav ag-t Mullen-Black- 
ledge Co, b 975 N Meridian. 

Blackledge Mame S, stenog Williams Bros, 
b 131 W St Clair. 

Blackledge Susan K (wid Thomas G), h 975 
N Meridian. 

BL,ACKLEDGE & THORNTON (Frank: H 
Blackledge, Wni W Tliornton), Law- 
yers, 634-035 Lemcke Bldg-; Tel 1580. 

Blackman Eliza (wid John L), h 65 Bu- 
chanan. 

Blackman Joseph B, meats, 19 E Mkt 
Hoiuse, h 133 Dougherty. 

Blackman Joseph B, elk, b 133 Dougherty. 

Blackman Lloyd J, meats, 95 B Mkt House, 
b 133 Doug-herty. 

Blackman Wm W, carp, h 42 Woodlawn av. 

Blackmeier Henry C, collr, r 100 N Ala- 
bama. 

Blackmore Charles, lab, b 466 Indiana av. 

Blackwell Albert, lab, b 319 Alvord. 

Blackwell Bernard F, mach, b 25 Carlos. 

Blackwell Charles, molder, h 2 Draper. 

Blackwell Elmer W, elk, b 987 N Dela- 



ware. 
Blackwell 

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b 25 Carlos, 
h 29 Athon. 
h w s Earhairt 



George W, tmstr, 
deus 1 s of Cypress. 

Bleckwell Henry, lab, 
e of Belt R R. 

Blackwell Henry, lab, h n s Finley av 6 e of 
Shelby. 

Blackwell James, 

Blackwell, Jesse, 

Blackwell John 
s of Prospect. 

Blackwell John I, huckster, h 479 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Blackwell John J (Renihan, Long & Black- 
well), h 216 N West. 

Blackwell John W, ag-t, b 912 S Meridian. 

Blackwell John W, lab, h e s Waverly av 
3 n of Clifford av. 

Blackwell Julius, porter, h 483 W Ontario 
(N I). 

Blackwell Nathan, lab, h s e 
and Barnhill. 

Blackwell Nathaniel, lab, b 
(W I). 

Blackwell Nelson J, porter, h 157 Alvord. 



cor Elizabeth 
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Blackwell Otis L,, bookbndr, b 1109 B Wash- 
ington. 

Blackwell Peter, lab, b 29 Athon. 

Blackwell Roten M (Blackwell & Gates), h 
987 N Delaware. 

Blackwell Thomas, h 25 Carlos. 

Blackwell Thomas F, mach, b 25 Carlos. 

Blackwell Wm H, lab, h 319 Alvord. 

Blackwell & Gates (Roten M Blackwell, 
Peter M Gates), grocers, n e cor Dela- 
ware and 10th. 

Blades Bert J, pressfeeder, r 27 Ft Wayne 
av. 

Blaes .John G, mach, h 96 Eureka av. 

Blalch Catharine (wid Wm F), b 127 W St 
Clair. 

Blaich Lydia R, critic Public School No 28, 
b 232 Fulton. 

Blaich Martha K, teacher, b 232 Fulton. 

Blaich Mary (wid Gottlieb F), h 232 Fulton. 

Blaich Mary S, stenog. b 232 Fulton. 

Blaine Charles H. plumber, h 214 N Pine. 

Blaine Mary (wid John), h 227 Bright. 

Blaine Samuel N, dentist, r 29V2 S Illinois. 

Blair Aaron H (Blair & Failey), h 581 N 
Delaware. 

Blair Amelia (wid John R). h 28 Cornell av. 

Blair Andrew J, porter, h 179 Muskingum al. 

Blair, Baker & Walter (Willet B Blair, Wm 
W Baker, James P Walter), live stock 
com. Union Stock Yards (W I). 

Blair Benjamin L (B L Blair & Co), r 23 W 
Maryland. 

BLAIR B L, & CO (Benjamin L, Blair), 
County and Township Supplies, State 
Agts Austin Road Good.s, 3S W Mary- 
land; L>on^ Distance Tel 1501. 

Blair Cornelius A, tmstr, h 2 Reynolds av 
(H). 

Blair Esther M (wid Solomon), h 868 N Del- 
aware. 

Blair Flora A. dressmkr, 197 N Illinois, h 
same. 

Blair Frank W, . elev opr. b 120 S Olive. 

Blair George W, paperhngr, h 302 Yandes. 

Blair Harry H. lab. b 120 S Olive. 

Blair Jesse H. lawyer, 112 Commercial Club 
bldg. h 1023 N New Jersey. 

Blair Joseph, lab. h 21 Center. 

Blair Joseph L, trav agt, b 276 N New 
Jersey. 

Blair Willet B (Blair. Baker & Walter), h 
226 Randolph. 

Blair Wm, boilermkr, b 2S5 S Capitol av. 

Blair Wm H, collr A Metzger As-ency, h 120 
S Olive. 

Blair Wm M, mach, b 28 Cornell av. 

Blair & Failey (Aaron H Blair. James F 
Failey), heading mnfrs, 2 Ingalls blk. 

Blaisdell Charles C, claywkr, b 13 Coble. 

Blaisdell Elijah, watchman, h 13 Coble. 

Blaisdell Guy C, lab, b 13 Coble. 

Blaisdell Leonard C, lawyer, h 1695 N 
Illinois. 

Blaisdell Walter E. tmstr. b 13 Coble. 

Blaisdell Wm F, lab, b 13 Coble. 

Blaize Rose, governess Indpls Orphan 
Asylum, n e cor College and Home avs. 

Blake Albert E, checkman. b 67 Madison av. 

Blake Augustus, fitter, h 130 Church. 

Blake Edward L, cigarmkr, b n e cor Cen- 
tennial and Coynei-. 

Blake Frederick, lab, h 269 Coburn. 

Blake Frederick jr, lab. b 269 Coburn. 

Blake Henry, lab, h 115 Wisconsin. 

Blake James, mach hd, h 737 N Senate av. 

Blake John, stonecutter, h 175 S New Jer- 
sey. 



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Blake John S, tilesetter. b 741 N Senate av. 

Blake John W, h 513 W McLene (N I). 

Blake Josephine, h VaV-k W McCarty. 

Blake Laura, h 20 N West. 

Blake Laura F (wid John A), h 421 N Pine. 

Blake Lulu, photog, b 88 Hillside av. 

Blake Marshall H, salesman, h 200 S Wil- 
liam (W I). 

Blake Myra (wid Francis), h 20 N vVost. 

Blake Solomon E, hatter, b 200 N Capitol 
av. 

Blake Zachariah T, driver, h 270 E Miami. 

Blakeman Andrew W, carp, h 232 North- 
western av. 

Blakeman Colby C. fireman, h 61 Tacoma 
av. 

Blakeman Grant, lab. b rear 218 Charles. 

Blakeman Grant, molder. h 20 Oriole. 

Blakeman John, lab, h w s James 2 n of 
Sutherland (B). 



BliAKEMAlV ROBERT I, Dentist, 3-G 
Marion Blk, li 305 Broadway. 

Blakemore Edward G, mason, b 171 W 5th. 

Blakemore Harvey, barber, 169 "Virginia av, 
h 126 Hudson. 

Blaker Eliza A, city supt Indpls Free Kin- 
dergarten, office Margaret opp City Hos- 
pital, h 1196 N Meridian. 

Blaker Louis J. agt White Line Fast 
Freight, 1 E Washington, h 1196 N Mer- 
idian. 

Blakey Chapman J, porter, h 382 Clinton. 

Blakey Wm. barber, b 122 Osage al. 

Blakie Joseph, barber, h 134 Columbia al. 

Blalock-Jones Matilda J (wid Stephen), 
dressmkr, 2171/4 Mass av, h same. 

BLANCHARD PRANK A, Undertaker 
and Enibalnier, 99 IV Delaware; Tel 
411; li 394 IV Meridian; Tel 659. 

Blanchard Ida M, flour mill, e s Highland 
av 1 s of Clifford av, b 51 Clifford av. 

Blanchard James R, painter, b 419% Indi- 
ana av. 

Blanchard June L, mach, b 273 N Noble. 

Blanchard Louisa, h 4191^ Indiana av. 

Blanchard Mary A (wid Edward), h 51 Clif- 
ford av. 



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M. B. Wilson, Pres. W. F. CntTKCHMAN, Cash. 

THE CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Make collections on all points in the States of 

Indiana and Illinois on the most 

favorable rates. 

Capital, - - $300,000 
Surplus and Earnings, 50,000 

No. 28 S. Meridian St.. Cor. Pearl. 

Blanchard Thomas G, mattressmkr, b 4191^ 
Indiana av. 

Blanchard Wm H, elk. b 419y,. Indiana av. 

Blancher Isaac, lab, b 381 W 1st. 

Blanchfield Joseph P, molder, r 71% N Illi- 
nois. 

Blanck Richard, butcher, h 58 Wisconsin. 

Bland VTm I. ins agt, 42 W Market, r 226% 
W Washing-ton. 

Blandford Bertha, printer, 40% S Illinois, 
b w s Sherman Drive 3 s of Brookville 
rd (S). 

Blandford Henry S, printer, h w s Sherman 
Drive 3 s of Brookville rd (S). 

Blandford Henry S jr, lab, r 86 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Blandford Raymond, lab, b 289 Indiana av. 

Blank Adolph G, painter, h 38 Langley av. 

Blank Caspar, farmer, b 966 N Delaware. 

Blank Ida M (wid Maximillian), h 431 Home 
av. 

Blank Richard, butcher, h 58 Wisconsin. 

Blankenship Charles, lab, b 252 E Wash- 
ington. 

Blankenship Elmina (wid George), b 18 
Seibert. 

Blankenship Walter, lab, h 113 Harrison. 

Blankinship Elulia (wid James O), b 134 
X Liberty. 

Blankinship Mary (wid Frank), h 263 Lafa- 
yette. 

Blanker Charles J, finisher, b 274 E Court. 

Blanton Emma M (wid Alexander), b 596 N 
Penn. 

Blanton Llewellyn H, pres Blanton Milling 
Co, h 596 N Penn. 

BL,A\TO\ MILLING CO. Llewellyn H 
Blanton Pres. Henry D Yoder Sec and 
Treas, 200 AV Maryland; Tel 331. 

Blaschke Joseph, lab, h 59 Sheffield (W I). 
Blase Frederick, mach, b 169 L^nion. 
Blase Henry, porter, h 169 Union. 
Blase Henry F, salesman Indpls Fancy 

Grocery Co, b 169 Union. 
Blasengym "V\^alter, mngr Gerrone W 

Bums, r 24 N Delaware. 
Blaseng-yn Wm, welldriver, h 82 S West. 



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[ Biasing-ham Edward, watchman, r 80 W 
Market. 

Blatchley Willis S, State Geologist, 89 State 
House, h 492 Broadway. 

Biatz Helena (wid John), b 232 N Califor- 
nia. 

Blatz Leo A, elk, h 440y2 S Illinois. 

Blauvelt George W, lab, h 52 Carlos. 

Blauvelt James A, car rep, h 59 S Arsenal 
av. 

Blauvelt Jane E (wid Alexander), h 375 E 
Ohio. 

Blauvelt Jane J (wid Charles S), h 23 Wil- 
liams. 

Blaydes Robert B. carp, b 31 Ashland 
(W I). 

Blaylock Samuel J, cook, h 383 W 1st. 

Bleck August, b 483 B Georgia. 

Bleck August C, drayman, h 385 Union. 

Bleck Frederick W, drayman, h 215 E Mor- 
ris. 

Bledsoe Elizabeth F, h 203 Alvord. 

Bledsoe James P, collr, h 395 Cornell av. 

Bledsoe Louis, switchman, b 203 Alvord. 

Bledsoe Thomas T, condr, b 203 Alvord. 

Bleistein Adam, cigar mnfr, 128 N Noble, 
h 541 E Ohio. 

Bleistein Regina (wid Peter), h 541 E Ohio. 

Bleistein Wm H, cigarmkr, b 511 E Ohio. 

Blemer Frederick W, mach. b 11 Torbet. 

Blemer Henry, molder, b 175 Meek. 

Blenker Charles J, finisher, h 274 E Court. 

Bless Frank, tmstr, h 454 Martindale av. 

Blessing Walter, student, r 320 N Delaware. 

Blettner George T, h 284 E Louisiana. 

Blettner John, printer, h 270 S East. 

Blettner Kate, b 329 E Louisiana. 

Blettner Mary (wid John), h 329 E Louisi- 
ana. 

Ble\'ins Oscar, lab, b 54% S California. 

Blevins Sarah M, h 54% S California. 

Blew Wm C, trav agt, h 88 Stoughton av. 

Blickenstaff Harry, driver, b 27 Lynn av 
(W I). 

Bliss George W (Bliss, Swain & Co), h 284 
N Meridian. 

Bliss Henry R, sec and treas The Sinker- 
Davis Co, 112-150 S Missouri, h 16 West 
Drive (W P). 

BLISS, SWAIX & CO (George AV Bliss, 
Tliomas A S^valn), Proprs Tlie Prog- 
ress Clothing Co, 6-8 AV AVashington; 
Tel 1630. 

Blizard Wm (Ballweg & Co), b 920 N Illi- 
nois. 

Blizzard Charles T, elk, b 219 Huron. 

Blizzard James Ij. salesman Krag-Rey- 
nolds Co, h 219 Huron. 

Blizzard Omer C. elk, b 219 Huron. 

Blizzard Silas W, flagman, h 41 Elm. 

Block Clara A, teacher German Public 
School No 9. b 189 N East. 

Block Edward, r 59% N Illinois. 

Block Henry W, foreman, h 341 N Pine. 

Block Samuel H, trav agt, b 414 S Illinois. 

BLOCK AA'M H (TUe AV^m H Block Co), 
h 957 N Penn. 

BLOCK AVM H CO THE (Vi^m H Block), 
Dry Good»i, Millinery, Cloaks :iud 
Honse Furnishings, 7-J) E AV^asliing- 
ton; Tel 1921. (See right top and 
bottom lines.) 

BLOnAU ROBERT P, Druggist and 
Mnfr of Blodan's Specialties, Cocoa 
Almond Cream, Corn Remedy, Head- 
ache Po-»vders, Etc, 102 Indiana av; 
Tel 1092, h 235 N Senate av. 



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Blodel Ann (wid Albert), b 90 Indiana av. 
Blodgett Frederick, supt Elevator "A", h 

1022 N Senate av. 
Blodg-ett Wm G, carp, b 1725 N Illinois. 
Blodgett Wm H, reporter The Indpls 

News, h 17 Hall pi. 
Bloemker Ernst W, grocer, 602 E New York, 

h same. 
Bloemker Frederick W, elk, b 602 E New 

York. 
Bloess Theodore H, bkkpr Jung Brewing 

Co. h 78 Lexington av. 
Blohm John W F, b 101 Lincoln la. 
Blomberg Ernst F W, lab, h 347 English 

av. 
Blomever Henry, fireman, h 957 Morris (W 

I). 
Blonda Harrison C, cigarmkr, b 324 N Ala- 
bama. 
Blood Lillian, bkkpr, b 173 Bellefontaine. 
Bloom, see also Blume. 
Bloom Edward, elk, b n w cor School and 

Spencer (B). 
Bloom^ Elizabeth (wid Conrad), h n w cor 

School and Spencer (B). 
Bloom Ernest, lab, b n w cor School and 

Spencer (B). 
Bloom Harry H. tailor 
Bloom Henry, engr, h 
Bloom John, blksmith, 

of School (B). 
Bloom Joseph, barber. 
Bloom Samuel, grocer 

26 same. 
Bloom. Samuel, trav 

blk. 

Bloomer Abram, lab, h 90 Cypress. 
Bloomer Isaac L, lawyer, 33-34 Baldwin blk, 

h 457 N Penn. 
Bloomer John J, watchman, b 296 Black- 
ford. 
Bloomer Lewis H, grocer, 68 N Delaware, 

h 1401 B Washington. 
Bloomer Mary E, dressmkr, 296 Blackford, 

h same. 
Bloomer Susan (wid James), h 499 Virginia 

av. 
Blosier Harry, brakeman, res Brightwood 

av 8 s of Willow (B). 
Blossom Dallas E, tinner, b 345 Yandes. 
Blossom Jeremiah A. elk, h 345 Yandes. 
Blough Albert R, polisher, b 254 E Geor- 
gia. 
Blough Simon D, carp, h 254 B Georgia. 
Blount Barzillai M Rev, h n s Washington 
' av 1 w of Maple av (I). 
Blount David D, trav agt, h 11 S Senate 

av. 
Blount Eli J, h 325 S Alabama. 
Blount Grace D, teacher, b n s Washington 

av 1 w of Maple av (I). 
Blount Homer S, elk, b n s Washington av 

1 w of Maple av (I). 
Blount Marvin E, elk. b n s Washington 

av 1 w of Maple av (I). 
Blount May L. dressmkr, 11 S Senate av, 

h same. 
Blount Rollin A, elk. h 72 W 6th. 
Blount Sarah "W (wid Robert S), h n w cor 

Ritter and Univers'.ty avs (I). 
Blu Uriah L, phys, 65 Indiana av, h 117 N 

Senate av. 
Blue Albert (Blue Bros), h cor Illinois and 

38th. 
Blue Alice M, cashr, h 33 Hadley av (W I). 
Blue Augustus M, lab. b 185 N Liberty. 
Blue Blanche 3, teacher Public School No 

41, b Elizabeth F Blue. 



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'xTallois 

56 East Market St. (Lemcke Building), 

iNniANAPOLIS. iND. 



Blue Bros (Albert, Cortez D and George 

T), fruit growers, cor Illinois and 38th. 
Blue Charles A, mach, h 64 Birch av (W I). 
Blue Charles B, mach, b 894 W Washington. 
Blue Charles G, gasfitter, b 185 N Liberty. 
Blue Cortez D (Blue Bros), h cor Illinois 

and 38th. 
Blue Edward, lab, b e s Sangster av 2 s 

of 17th. 

Blue Edward, lab, r 1065 W Washington. 
Blue Edward F, stenog The Indiana Mnfg 

Co, r 1065 W Washington. 
Blue Elizabeth (wid Cyrus B), h 185 N 

Liberty. 
Bule Elizabeth F (wid Peter), h cor Illinois 

and .38th. : 

Blue Flame Oil Burner Co, David Fitz 

Gibbon pres, Harry C Hornish vice-pres 

and mngr, George W Weir sec, 87 N Del- 
aware. 
Blue George, condr, b 75 W 13th. 
Blue George T (Blue Bros), h cor Illinois 

and 38th. 
Blue George W, fruit grower, h n w cor 

Illinois and 35th. 
Blue Gerard, h 498 N Illinois. 
Blue Hiram, coachman, h 195 W 4th. 
Blue Irving P, student, b n w cor Illinois 

and 35th. 
Blue James C, tmstr, b 69 Quince. 
Blue John, city agt C F Adams & Co, h 108 

Woodburn av (W I). 

BLUE LINE, Channcey R Watson Agt, 

1 Board of Trade Bids; Tel 255. 

Blue Peter F, bkkpr, b 128 W Ohio. 

Blue Rose (wid John), h e s Sangster av 

2 s of 17th. 

Blue Susan (wid Charles C), h 69 Quince. 
Blue Thomas, lab, h 759 Brooker's al. 
Blue Thomas, lab, h 190 W 3d. 
Blue Wm G, farmer, h e s Nicholas 3 n of 

English av. 
Blue Wm S, hostler, b 20 Bismarck av (H). 
Bluemel Ernst, lab, h 128 S Summit. 
Bluemel Gustav C, lab, b 128 S Summit. 
Blum, see also Bloom and Blume. 
Blum John, lab, h 595 Madison av. 



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Hot Air Furnaces 

With Combination Gas Burners for 
Burning: Ga5 and Other Fuel at the Same Time. 

37» 39 & 41 KENTUCKY AVE. Telephone 322. 

rardener. h rear 1023 S Me- 
Charles H, watchman, h 203 Na- 



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Ernest, tmstr, h 42 Barth av. 
John, com mer, 133 B Maryland, 
h S6 Prospect. 

Blumberg- Samuel, finisher, b 203 Naomi. 

Blumberg Theodore, driver, b 203 Naomi. 

Blumberg- Wm F, milk, b 203 Naomi. 

Blume. see also Bloom and Blum. 

Blume Edward D, elk. b 494 N West. 

Blume Guy E, barber, 64 Michigan (H), h 
same. 

Blume Guy E, ins agt, h 114 Michigan (H). 

Blume Herman A, carpet cutter, h 65 Shel- 
don. 

Blume John L. elk, b 130 W Vermont. 

Blume Rufus B. elk. b 494 N West. 

Blume Rufus N, h 494 N West. 

Blume Samuel, trav agt. h 202 S Meridian. 

Blume Sophia C (wid Hans), h 142 Buch- 
anan. 

Blume T\"m, pressman, b 5S Sinker. 

Blume Wm C, car rep, h 2S6 E Merrill. 

Blume & Co (Edward M Wood), com mers, 
52 Virginia av. 

Blumlein Adolph, baker, h 126 N Dorman. 

Blumlein Louis P (Blumlein & Roach), h 
615 Marlowe av. 

Blumlein Otto H, b 295 S Missouri. 

Blumlein & Roach (Louis P Blumlein, 
Michael R Roach), barbers, s e cor Wash- 
ington and Illinois. 

Blunk Frank S. printer, h 164 Coburn. 

Blunk Margaret S, cashier R M Foster, 
r 143 N Penn. 

Blurock Carl, b s e cor Rural and Pope av. 

Blurock Charles P, cabtmkr, b 32 Leon. 

Ely David, tmstr, h 155 English av. 

Bly Ellsworth M. bartndr, h 1.37 Davidson. 

Ely John, condr, h 49 Harlan. 

Elv John S, lab, h n s Highland av 1 e of 
canal (N I), 

Elv Mary (wid Oliver H P), b 191 E Mar- 
ket. 

Elv Mathilda C (wid John), b 49 Harlan. 

Elvthe Daniel, lab, b 468 N Capitol av. 

Elythe Harry F, meats, 58 E Mkt House, 
b 1.31 S East. 



J. S. FARRELL & CO. 

Plumbing 

Natural and .Artificial Oa.s Fitting. 

84 N. ILLINOIS STREET. 

Telephone 382. 



Blythe Wm M, h 287 N Pine. 

Boals, see also Boles and Bowles. 

Boales Thomas, condr, b 75 W 13th. 

Board Ambrose, lab, h 121 Clinton. 

Board Clarence, lab, b 121 Clinton. 

Board James, mach, h 39 Harris. 

Board John E Rev, b n w cor Nicholas and 
BngUsh. 

BOARD OF CHILDREN'S GUARDIANS, 
Rev Nathaniel A Hyde Pres, Julia H 
Goodliart Sec and Treas, 400 Pros- 
pect; Tel 1398. 

BOARD OF COUIVTY COMMISSIONERS, 

43 Conrt House. 
BOARD OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND 

CHARITIES, Wm C Ripley Clk, lO 

Basement Court House; Tel 538. 
BOARD OF PUBLIC SAFETY, Richard 

C Herrick: Sec, 2 Basement Court 

House; Tel 1390. 
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, Bart 

Parker Sec, 5 Basement Court House; 

Tel 1789. 

Board of Regents State Soldiers' and Sail- 
ors' Monument, 93 State House. 

BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS. 
Emma B Ridenour Asst Sec, City Li- 
brary Bld^; Tel 203. 

BOARD OF TRADE, Jacob W^ Smitb 
Sec, s e cor Capitol av and Maryland; 
Tel 340. 

Boardman Elbert S, real est, h 178 E Wal- 
nut. 

Boardman Lillie, r 155 N Illinois. 

Boardman Rebecca (wid David), b 989 N 
Alabama. 

Boarman Sarah, h 86 Maple. 

Boatman Prank J, elk, b 299 N New Jersey. 

Boatman Prank P, supt, h 299 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Boatright Wm, attendant Insane Asylum. 

Boatright Wm W (Carter & Boatright), b 
90 N Dorman. 

Boaz AureHus, peddler, h 40 S Belmont 
(W I). 

Boaz Burling, elk R M S, h 323 S Penn. 

Boaz Charles G, elk R M S, h 360 E Mc- 
carty. 

Boaz Charles W, teacher Industrial School, 
b 360 E McCarty. 

Boaz Edwin, polisher, b 40 S Belmont (W I). 

Boaz Mary J (wid Wm), h 321 S Penn. 

Boaz Robert L, piano tuner, b 40 S Bel- 
mont (W I). 

Boaz Wm M, elk L E & W R R, h 910 N 
New Jersey. 

Bobbs' Free Dispensary, n w cor Senate 
av and Market. 

Bobbs John A, b 810 N Delaware. 

Bobbs Wm C, sec The Bowen-Merrill Co, 
h 810 N Delaware. 

Bobolz Herman! cook, b 251 E Washington. 

Bobson Charles H, waiter, h 25 Roanoke. 

Bobson Ernest, waiter Kershner Bros, r 23 
Chapel. 

Bock Anton C, lab, h 207 Newman. 

Bock Christian, carp, h 476 N East. 

Bock Frank, soldier, h 116 Clarke. 

Bock George W, carp, b 476 N East. 

Bock John E, mason, b 476 N East. 

Bock Louisa (wid Henry), h 283 Davidson. 

Bockhelt Wm P, framemkr, h 135 N Noble. 

BOCKHOFF BROS (Wm F and Louis 

F>, Sales Asts Tlie National Cash 

ReKister Co, Grand Hotel Blk, 65 S 

Illinois: Tel 418. 



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Bockhoff Ella, bkkpr Bockhoff Bros, b 15 

West Drive (W P). 
Bockhoff Louis F (Bockhoff Bros), h 364 

Clifford av. 
Bockhoff Wm F (Bockhoff Bros), h 15 West 

Drive (W P). 
Bockstahler Alma R, music teacher, 410 S 

Illinois, h same. 
Bockstahler Charles F, carp, h 49 Weg- 

horst. 
Bockstahler Sophia (wid Martin), h 410 S 

Illinois. 
Bockstahler Wm H, elk Belt R R and 

Stock Yards Co, h 939 Ash. 
Bockus Charles L, supt, h 515 W Eugene 

(N I). 
Bockus Merton B, toolmkr, b 515 W Eugene 

(N I). 
Boclair Oscar, lab. b 430 Blake. 
Boda Orvill S, ins agt, h 126 E 14th. 
Bode Charles H, cigarmkr, r 58 Roanoke. 
Bodenmiller Frederick L, elk C C C & St L, 

Ry, b 303 E St Clair. 
Bodenmiller Louisa (wid Leonard), b 303 

B St Clair. 
Bodine Alva A, painter, h w s Bradley 1 

n of Washington. 
Bodine Elizabeth E (wid John), b 922 N 

New Jersey. 
Bodine James E (J E Bodine & Co), h 943 

N New Jersey. 
Bodine J E & Co (James E Bodine), dental 

depot, 27 Monument pi. 
Bodkin Elizabeth H (wid Wm A), b 343 

Cornell av. 
Bodtke Albert, harnessmkr, h 256 Roanoke. 
Body Wm, driver, b 250 W 3d. 
Boecher Henry, meats, 549 N West, h same. 
Boecher Oscar H, musician, b 495 N West. 
Boeckling Amos J, elk Albert Gall, h n s 

Ohio 4 e of Rural. 
Boeckling Anton, h 52 Highland pi. 
Boeckling Anton R (A R Boeckling & Co), 

b 52 Highland pi. 
Boeckling Arthus A, bicj^cle rep, 65 W 7th, 

b 52 Highland pi. 
Boeckling A R & Co (Anton R Boeckling), 

real est, 60 When bldg. 
Boeckling George A, real est, 59 When bldg, 

b 52 Highland pi. 
Boehm August, elk Power & Drake, r 239 

W Market. 
Boehm Caroline (wid John), h 42 liOrd. 
Boehm Charles, cabtmkr, b 42 Lord. 
Boehm Frank, h s s Ohio 4 e of Rural. 
Boehm Henry G, sawmkr, b s s Ohio 4 e 

of Rural. 
Boehm John, baker, h 1019 E Washington. 
Boehm Joseph P, lab, b 1019 E Washington. 
Boehm Joseph F, boilermkr, h n w cor 

Rural and Pope av. 
Boehm Raymond F, sawmkr, b s s Ohio 4 

e of Rural. 
Boehm Raymond M, carp, b 42 Lord. 
Boehrnloehr George, baker, b 421 S Meri- 
dian. 
Boekenkroeger Charles H, cabtmkr, h 51 

Arbor av (W I). 
Boeldt August C, car rep, h 205 Orange. 
Boeldt Charles W, carp, h 68 Dunlop. 
Boeldt Elizabeth M (wid Henry), b 111 

Orange. 
Boeldt Frederick, car rep, h 857 Cornell av. 
Boeldt Henry F, lab, h 111 Orange. 
Boeldt Joachim, drayman, h 67 Downey. 
Boeldt Wm G, driver, h 71 Downey. 
Boeling Ferdinand P, h 484 W 1st. 
Boeling Peter, b 442 W 1st. 



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Boerstler Frank, carp, h 22 Lynn av (W I). 

Boerswill Daniel, lab, b 32 Hope (B). 

Boerswill Jacob, lab, h 32 Hope (B). 

Boerum Mary (wid Joseph S),) h 414 N Del- 
aware. 

Boesche Christian, watchman, h 246 River 
av (W I). 

Boese, see also Boose and Bose. 

Boese Edward W H, mach, b 166 Harrison. 

Boese Frederick, lab, b 166 Harrison. 

Boese George W, lab, h 124 Douglass. 

Boese Henry, car rep, h 166 Harrison. 

Boese Henry C, driver, h 267 N Liberty. 

Boeseke Edgar A, mech engr, b 106 Nor- 
dyke av (W I). 

Boetcher Augustus W, mach hd, h 524 W 
Francis (N I). 

Boethel Wm P, gilder, h 132 Spring. 

Boettcher Frederick, meats, 77 E Mkt 
House, h 150 Randolph. 

Boettcher John, mach hd, h ■ 

Boettcher Rudolph, butcher 
son. 

Began Addie, h 53 Brett. 

Began Charles E, lab, h 21 Sumner. 

Began Wm, porter, h 33 Howard. 

Bogardus Arthur B. finisher, b 241 Buch 
anan. 

Bogardus Charles H. butcher, 
av (W I). 

Bogardus Edward D. foreman 
bott av. 

Bogardus Walter, bookbndr, h 241 Buch- 
anan. 

Bogardus Wm A, solr Frank K Sawyer, 
b 373 Talbott av. 

Bogardus Wm B, h 241 Buchanan. 

Bogert Charles C, grocer, 26 Minerva, h 
same. 

Bogert Jacob A (James Bogert & Sons), h 
364 N Seiate av. 

Bogert James & Sons (Jacob A and W 
James Bogert), trunks, 40 W Washington. 

Bogert Ralph E, salesman Indpls Abattoir 
Co, h 513 Ash. 

Bogert Stephen T, trav agt, li 1179 E Wash- 
ington. 

Bogert W James (James Bogert & Sons), 
h 1125 E Washington. 



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BogglaJio Antonia, confr, 190 S Illinois, h 
same. 

Boffgiano Louis, b 190 S IIUhoIs. 

Boiis Anna M (wid Wm A), b 735 N Penn. 

Bogg-s Charles E. tmstr, b 26 S Summit. 

Boggs Charles H, lab, b 5 Minerva. 

Boggs Curtis, engr, b 28 Eastern av. 

Boggs Henry, painter, h 287 W Pearl. 

Boggs Henry C, lab, h 5 Minerva. 

Boggs Henry C, painter, 177 Clinton, h 
316 W Pearl. 

Boggs John A L. fireman, h 26 S Summit. 

Boggs Mahlon, elk, h 28 Eastern av. 

Boggs Martha (wid Peter M), h 383 S Del- 
aware. 

Boggs Newton E, engr Indpls Light and 
Power Co. h 467 S Capitol av. 

Boggs Orlando, lab, b 160 W Maryland. 

Boggs Peter E, fireman, h 27 S Summit. 

Boggs Thomas J, lab, h 383 S Delaware. 

Boggs Wm A, elk Ellen Donlon, b 952 N 
Senate av. 

Bogle Frank L, elk, h 184 Dearborn. 

Bogle Wm. condr, b 419 W Eugene (N I). 

Bogren John C, lab, h 182 Cleveland. 

Bohannon Ambrose G, livery, 855 E Michi- 
gan, h 23 Woodlawn av. 

Bohannon Edmund, lab, h 57 Bismarck 
(W I). 

Bohdenberg Wm, drayman, h 316 Bates. 

Bohl Adam, painter, h w s Madeira 4 s of 
ProsDGct. 

Bohlen Andrew J, mach hd, h 1 Geneva. 

BOHL.EN D A & SON (Oscar D Bohlen, 
Hn^o A Zisrosser), Architects, 16-17 
Brandon Blk, 95 E Wa.shington; Tel 
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Bohlen Oscar D (D A Bohlen & Son), h 
3.50 Broadway. 

Bohlen Ursula F (wid Diedrich A), h 412 
Broadway. 

Bohllnger Joseph, lab, h 234 S West. 

Bohm, see Boehm. 

BOHMIE JOHN M, Carriage and Wagon 
Mnfr, 180 E Pearl, h 99 Highland PI. 

Bohn Armin, salesman, h 1060 N Senate av. 

Bohn Arthur (Vonnegut & Bohn), h 294 E 
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Bohn George, trav agt, b 258 W Michigan. 
Bohn Joseph, saloon, n s Grandview av n 

end Germania av (H), h 169 Grandview 
av (H). 
Bohn Julia (wid Gustav), h 295 S Alabama. 
Bohne Charles W A, gardener, h 750 

Shelby. 
Bohne Louisa (ynA Henry), h 750 Shelby. 
Bohnstadt Cliarles, porter, h 29 Carlos. 
Bohnstadt Charles J, oik R M ' S, h 310 

Fletcher av. 
Bohon Daniel V, elk The Wm H Block Co, 

r 169 N Illinois. 
Bohren Frank C, printer, b 136 Oliver av 

(W I). 
Bohrmann Frederick, lab, b 122 S Noble. 
Bohrmann Louisa (wid Henry), h 122 S 

Noble. 
Boice, see also Boyce. 

BOICE AUGTJSTIN, Lawyer, ISVa N Me- 
ridian, Tel 562; to 275 N DelaTvare. 

Boice Mary (wid Wm), h 433 N Illinois. 
Boice & Dark (Augustine Boice, Charles E 

Dark), real est, 18i^ N Meridian. 
BoicO'Urt Beverly S, plastr, h 1202 Morris 

(W I). 
Boicourt Charles, city mngr The McGil-- 

Hard Agency Co, h 299 Bellefontaine. 

BOICOURT, TYNER & CO (Zachariah T 
Boicourt, Frank Tyner), Monuments, 
121 N Delaware. 

Boicourt Zachariah T (Boicourt, Tyner & 

Co), h 182 E North. 
Bokeloh Ada (wid John F), h 112 Spann av. 
Bokeloh Henry, engr, h 4 Hoyt av. 
Bolan John, lab, b 39 N Alabama. 
Bolan Thomas, lab, b 359 S Illinois. 
Bolander Alma B, barber, 628 E 9th, b 75 

Hill av. 
Bolander Charles, lab, h 29 Quince. 
Bolander Charles N, tailor, r 55 Dearborn. 
Bolander George W, carp, h 75 Hill av. 
Bolander Samuel P, grocer, 398 College av, 

h 460 Ash. 
Bold Fannie (wid James), h 52^^ S Cali- 
fornia. 
Bolden Lincoln, lab, h rear 102 Howard. 
Bolden Thomas, lab, h 66 Mankedick. 
Bolder Henry, lab, h rear 610 N Penn. 
Boldt George J, lab, h 438 S State av. 
Boldt Henry, lab, h 1029 N Senate av. 
Bolen Belle (wid Wm), h 194 N Delaware. 
Bolen Daniel W, real est, 38 When bldg, h 

e s Kenwood av 1 n of 22d. 
Bolen Frank B, patrolman, h 276 Douglass. 
Bolen George W, lab, h 227 S Capitol av. 
Bolen Leroy, electrician, b e s Kenwood 

av 1 n of 22d. 
Bolen Wm, cook, h 169 W Wabash. 
Bolen Wm N, printer, b 194 N Delaware. 
Boler Henry, hostler, h rear 610 N Penn. 
Boles, see also Boals and Bowles. 
Boles Alexander, polisher, h 321 E Merrill. 
Boles James, tmstr, h 10 St Paul. 
Boles Sidney, tmstr, b 10 St Paul. 
Bolg John M, dyer, h 212 E Vermont. 
Bolger Wm T, h 59 W 14th. 
Bolin George, grocer, 101 Shephard (W I), 

h 105 same. 
Bolin Margaret E (wid John), grocer, 1173 

E Washington, h 1169 same. 
Bolin Roger M, grocer, 552 S West, h 

same. 
Bolin Sidney J, shoes, 509i^ S West, h same. 
Boling Peter, b 442 W 1st. 
Bolinger John C, watchman, h 48 Gresham. 
Boll Andrew, elk C Maus Branch Indpls 

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Boll George, lab, b 333 W Morris. 

Boll John P. shoemkr, h 57 Kansas. 

Bollen Wm T, lab, h n s Lake 5 e of C C C 
& St L, Ry (N I). 

Boiler George, lab, b 61 Paw Paw. 

Boiler George, painter, b 282 N Pine. 

Boiler Mary, h 5 Leota. 

Boiler Peter, painter, 282 N Pine, h same. 

Boiler Thomas, lab, h 66 Mankedick. 

Bollier Adolph G, uphlr, h 841 S East. 

Boiling Richard, porter, r 14 Michigan (H). 

Bollinger George A, molder, b 413 E Mc- 
Carty. 

Bollinger Harry P, driver, b 413 E Mc- 
Carty. 

Bollinger Henry M, insp, h 413 E McCarty. 

Bollinger John, watchman, h 48 Gresham. 

Bollinger Mamie J, milliner, 89 Mass av, b 
413 E McCarty. 

Bollinger Sadie M, milliner, b 413 E Mc- 
Carty. 

Bollnow Christopher, mach, r 27 Coburn. 

Bolman Albert P, cigarmkr, h 760 S Me- 
ridian. 

Bolser Charles, elk, r 31, 113 S Illinois. 

Bolser Francis A, painter, h 274 S Noble. 

Bolser Frank, painter, b 274 S Noble. 

Bolser George, agt, r 31, 113 S Illinois. 

Bolser George A, b 413 E Pearl. 

Bolser Gilbert, saloon, 251 Columbia av, h 
same. 

Bolser Horace A, condr, h 413 E Pearl. 

Bolser Jane (wid Samuel L), h 113 S Illi- 
nois. 

Bolser John W, grocer, 113 River av (W I), 
h same. 

Bolt Marv D (wid Michael), h 73 Gimbel. 

Bolte Henry, lab, h 277 N Noble. 

Bolte Henry F, sawmkr, h 331 E Michigan. 

Bolte Wm C, mach hd, b 277 N Noble. 

Bolton Ella (wid Leon), b 167 River av 
(W I). 

Bolton Frank T, real est, 36 N Delaware, 
h 17 Eureka av. 

Bolton Isaac P, r 23 Brandon blk. 

Bolton James P, yard master, h 43 N Judge 
Harding (W I). 

Bombarger David B, h 82 Camp. 

Bombarger Jacob E, mngr The Indpls Dist 
Tel Co, h 46 Camp. 

Bombei John, driver, h 24 Thomas. 

Bome Abraham L, cook, r 108 Eddy. 

Bomer Robert, lab, h 629 W Michigan. 

Bomgardner Emsley E, lab, h 560 W Shoe- 
maker (N I). 

Bomgardner Isaac, farmer, h 560 W Shoe- 
maker (N I). 

Bomstrup Wm, painter, h 279 Bates. 

Bonar Sarah I (wid Matthew L), h 130 S 
Judge Harding (W I). 

Bond Charles, plumber, b 71 S Summit. 

Bond Frederick T, car rep, h 71 S Summit. 

Bond George T, lab, h 78 S Missouri. 

Bond Henry P, tailor, b 71 S Summit. 

Bond Jesse, lab, h 278 Fulton. 

Bond John, lab, r 24 Willard. 

Bond Leo A, dist land agt I C R R Union 
Station, b Spencer House. 

Bond Mary E, stenog, b 105 Huron. 

Bond Pleasant, ins, 412 Indiana Trust bidg, 
h 446 Park av. 

Bond Sarah L (wid Riley), h 203 Newman. 

Bond Stephen D, elk U S Pension Agency, 
r 400 N Illinois. 

Bond Thomas J, barber, 1560 N Illinois, h 
31 Howard. 

Bond Wm E, tmstr, h 211 E Washington. 

Bone Anna, ensign, b 380 S Delaware. 



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Bone Charles, elk Buddenbaum Bros, b 117 
Lexington av. 

Bone Charles A, stage carp, \> 264 Indiana 
av. 

Bone Edward E, stage hd, b 264 Indiana av. 

Bone Frederick W, elk, b 78 W 19th. 

Bone George W (W H Roberts & Co), h 
84 W 14th. 

Bone George W, elk, h 117 Lexington av. 

Bone Henry W, porter, h 27 Center. 

Bone James M, trav agt, h 407 Indiana av. 

Bone James S, painter, b 264 Indiana av. 

Bone Lena (wid Wm), h 264 Indiana av. 

Bone Wm M, trav agt, h 78 W 19th. 

Bonesteel Wm C, barber, 606 S Meridian, h 
same. 

Bonham Alfred N, phys, 201 The Majestic, 
h 96 Ash. 

Bonham Charles O, laundryman, h 4 Rose- 
line. 

BONHAM EVAN A, State Mngr Pre- 
ferred Accident Insurance Co of NeT»' 
York, Rooms 15-16 Hartford Blk, 84 
E Market, li 69 Fletcher av. 

Bonham Nettie M, dressmkr, 236i^ S Me- 
ridian, h same. 
Boniface John, lab, h w s Baltimore av 1 

n of 17th. 
Bonifleld Frank, motorman, b 1063 N Capitol 

av. 
Bonke Charles F, lab, h 92 W Morris. 
Bonke Robert R, grocer, 152 Church, h 

same. 
Bonn Barbara (wid Philip), h 132 Ruckle. 
Bonn Emma, seamstress, b 132 Ruckle. 
Bonn George, lab, b 114 Buchanan. 
Bonn Peter J, elk When Clothing Store, h 

604 Central av. 
Bonn ±"niliD, mach, b 132 Ruckle. 
Bonnell Margaret, h 199 E Washington. 
Bonnemeyer Henry, driver, b 125 Kenning- 

ton. 
Bonner Frederick E, lab, b 108 S McLain 

(W I). 
Bonner Paul, saloon, 201 W South, h 220 S 

Missouri. 
Bonner Wiley D, foreman, h 64 Smith. 
Bonner Wm S, mach, h 108 S McLain (W I). 



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i H Bonneville S Earl, elk The Denison, b same. 
5 Bonniwell TVm A. dentist, 661/2 N Penn, r 
gr same. 

uf- Bonowski Felix, lab. h 141 High. 
®W Bonsall Nathaniel, b 170 Fayette. 

Bonseck John R, carp, h 96 Cornell av. 

Bonta Nettie, h 76 W South. 

Booan Jennie, h 232 W North. 

Booker Isaac, porter, b 216 W Chesapeake. 

Booker John, lab, h 42 Lincoln la. 

Booker Nellie F (wid Wm). r IVo Wood. 

Bookwald Henry, watchman, h 459 W 
Francis (N I). 

Bookwalter Charles A (Hanaway, Book- 
waiter & Co), sec and treas Indiana So- 
cietv for Savings, h 1656 N Illinois. 

Bookwalter Sarah A (wid John), b 180 E 
North. 

Boone Charles, lab. b 267 Spring. 

Boone Frank M. furniture, 141 E Washing- 
ton, b 79 Torbet. 

Boone Frank P. carp, b 77 N Alabama. 

Boone Gabriel, lab, h 265 Shelby. 

Boone James A, carp, h 838 E Market. 

Boone Mollie A, dressmkr, 210 Madison av, 
h same. 

Boone Peter, carp, h e s Garfield av 3 n of 
Washington. 

Boone Ralsemore M, h 48 N Haugh (H). 

Boone Susan H (wid Francis M), b 79 
Torbet. 

Boone Willis N, engr. h 85 Bradshaw. 

Boos David C, engr, b 38 S State av. 

Boos Maurice. cooi>er, b 38 S State av. 

Boose, see also Boese and Bose. 

Boose Charles E, condr, h 409 Lexington av. 

Boose Daniel M. lab, h s w cor Brookside 
av and Roseline. 

Boote Daniel, reporter R G Dun & Co, h 340 
E 10th. 

Boote Fannie M, stenog Indiana Bicycle 
Co, b 340 E 10th. 

Bootes Jesse B, dentist, b 117 N Senate av. 

Bootes Ralstone D, mach hd, b 117 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Bootes Wm E, furnacewkr, b 117 N Senate 
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BOOTH BENJAMIN, Public Accountant, 
Room 18, 82^/^ E Wasbingrton, li same. 
(See left top lines.) 

Booth Benjamin, trav agt, h 78 W 5th. 
Booth Edwin, foreman, h 96 Decatur. 
Booth Elbert L, window decorator N Y 

Store, r 38 The Windsor. 
Booth Erastus L, phys. b 453 N Senate av. 
Booth George W, decorator, h 49 Arch. 
Booth Jennie M. h 38 The Windsor. 
Booth John jr, supt Herman Lauter, h 616 

Bellefontaine. 
Booth John L, restaurant, 122 N Illinois, h 

453 N Senate av. 
Booth John S (Booth & Johnson), lawyer, 

77% E Market, h 31 Park av. 
Booth Joseph P, carp, h 33 Samoa. 
Booth Mary F (wid Elijah), bkkpr, b 317 

E St Clair. 
Booth Minnie, dressmkr, 122 Indiana av, h 

same. 
Booth Robert, woodturner, h 59 Pierce. 
Booth Robert H, wood turner, b 59 Pierce. 
Booth & Johnson (John S Booth, Wm M 

Johnson), real est, 77% E Market. 
Boothby Arthur, draughtsman Dean Bros' 

Steam Pump Works, h 1713 N Penn. 
Boots Benjamin F, bartndr, r 67 N Ala- 
bama. 
Boots Michael, trav agt. b 411 B Pearl. 
Boots Wm, lodging 27 N New Jersey. 
Boots Wm H, grinder, r 133 King av (H). 
Booz Edward G. bkkpr Frank G Kamps, 

h 128 W New York. 
Booz J Jordan, phys, 128 W New York, h 

same. 
Bopp Emma, teacher German Public 

School No 2, b 120 E 6th. 
Bopp Lena (wid Christian), teacher Ger- 
man Public School No 11, h 120 E 6th. 
Borchardt Albert, propr Mueller's Hotel, 

213 S Alabama. 
Borchardt Louis, lab, b 213 S Alabama. 
Borcherding Henry, carp, h 55 S Arsenal 

av. 
Borchers Edward E, elk, b 346 N Senate av. 
Borchers Herman, carp, h 346 N Senate av. 
Borchert August, saloon, 425 S Delaware, 

h same. 
Borchert Augusta (wid Frederick), h 63 

Dunlop. 
Borchert Charles, porter, b 324 S Delaware. 
Borchert Clara W, h 605 N Senate av. 
Borck Valentine, lab, h 14 Wilcox. 
Borde Philip, peddler, h 4341/2 S Capitol av. 
Bordenkecher Andrew, finisher, res Malott 

Park, Ind. 
Bordenkecher Charles T, insp Indiana Bi- 
cycle Co, h 186 Spann av. 
Bordenkecher George J, driver, h 334 

Spring. 
Borell Louis C, lab, h 254 W Pearl. 
Boren Edwin D, bkkpr D P Erwin & Co, 

h 47 Chadwick. 
Boren Wm A, elk Parry Mnfg Co, b 47 

Chadwick. 
Borger Conrad W, elk, b 191 Orange. 
Borger John H, carver, b 191 Orange. 
Borger John W, tmstr, h 191 Orange. 
Borger John W jr, uphlr, b 191 Orange. 
Borgerding Frank H, shoemkr, 356 S New 

Jersey, h same. 
Borgerding Henry F, elk, b 356 S New 

Jersey. 
Borgert Anna (wid Anthony), h 744 S Me- 
ridian. 
Borgert Edward J, uphlr, b 744 S Meridian. 
Borgert Henry A, elk The H Lieber Co, b 
744 S Meridian. 



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Borgert Wm, tailor, h 744 S Meridian. 

Borgmann, see also Bergman and Burg' 
man. 

Borgmann Frederick F, lab, 

Borgmann Frederick J H, 
Pleasant av. 

Borgmann Henry, lab, h s 
e of Zwingley. 

Borgmann Herman, driver, h 724 Shelby. 

Borgniann John T. mer police, h 125 Chad- 
wick. 

Borgmann Wm, mason, h 237 English av. 

Borgmann Wm, saloon, 359 Virginia av, b 
same. 

Boring Edward E, plastr, 400 W 1st, h 
same. 

Boring Ephraim. plastr, 345 N West, h 
same. 

Boring Jennie, grocer, 400 W 1st, h same. 

Borinstein, see also Bernstein. 

Borinstein Abraham, clothing, 233 E Wash- 
ington, h same. 

BORIIVSTEIIV A, Dealer in Ra^s, Paper 
Stock, Old Metal, Rubber, Scrap Iron, 
Etc, 109-115 S East; Tel 586; h 314 S 
Illinois. 

Borinstein Joseph, junk, h 314 S Illinois. 

Borinstein Moses, elk A Borinstein, h 377 
S Illinois. 

Borinstein Samuel, peddler, h 132 Maple. 

Borinstein Wm, carver, h 536 S Capitol av. 

Borkin Wm, painter, h 29 Shover (W I). 

Borman Charles E, trav agt, h 577 Charles. 

Borman Engel S (wid Ernest), h 252 Union. 

Borman Wm E C, sawmkr, b 252 Union. 

Borman Wm F, checkman, h 110 W Ray. 

Born Charlotte (wid Nicholas), h 122 
Yandes. 

Born Frank S, bkkpr, b 121 W 7th. 

Born Frederick, grocer, 3 Shelby, h 21 same. 

Born Frederick W, cooper, h 261 S West. 

Born George, polisher, b 114 Buchanan. 

Born Harry L, elk, h 28 S LaSalle. 

Born Henry, lab, r 158 Madison av. 

Born Jacob, switchman, h 23 Bloomlngton. 

Born John, h 251 S West. 

Born Joseph, foreman Rockwood Mnfg Co, 
h 146 Lexington av. 

Bom Valentine, furniture, 62 E Washing- 
ton, h 121 W 7th. 

Bornemann Charles H, lab, h 380 Martin- 
dale av. 

Bornemann Frederick, b 43 Wright. 

Bornemann Henry R Rev, pastor Nippert 
Memorial German M E Church, h 394 
Clifford av. 

Bornemann Rudolph, h 394 Clifford. 

Bornemeier Herman, grocer, 157 High, h 
same. 

Bornemeier Herman B, elk, h 242 Minne- 
sota. 

Bornemeier Herman B, cabtmkr, h 799 S 
East. 

Bornkamp Caroline (wid Wm), b 69 Chad- 
wick. 

Bornkamp Christopher P, sawmkr, h 69 
Chadwick. 

Bornkamp Wm F, elk E C Atkins & Co, h 
20 Division (W I). 

Bornman Henry L, foreman E C Atkins & 
Co, h 739 S Meridian. 

Borsheim Alfred P, jeweler George G Dy- 
er, b 570 Park av. 

Borst Albert W, mach, b 76 Kansas. 

Borst Emil H, h 71 Wisconsin. 

Borst Frederick J, butcher, h 76 Kansas. 



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BORST GEORGE F, Drags, Paints, Oils, 
Stationery, Etc, cor Meridian and 
Russell av; Tel 640; h same. 

Borst Harry J, elk George F Borst, b 76 

Kansas. 
Borst Joseph B, lab, b 125 W Washington. 
Borst Matilda M, stenog Indpls Mnfg Co, b 

Bortlein John, lab, h 68 Hadley av (W I). 
Bortlein John B, lab, b 68 Hadley av (W I). 
Borton Emmor, turner, h 458 N New Jer- 
sey. 

BOS JACOB, Wholesale Wines and 
Liqnors. 35-37 S Delaware; Tel 1669; 
b 896 N Capitol av. 

Bosan Shelby, lab, h 252 W 6th. 

Bosard Edgar M, photog, 164 Virginia av, h 

256 W St Clair. 
Bosart Timothy L, sec, h n s Washington 

1 e of Linwood av. 
Bosdorfeir Emilie (wid George), b 198 

Shelby. 
Bosdorfer Wm, cigarmkr, r 27% Virginia av. 
Bose, see also Boese and Boose. 
Bose Henry A, driver, h 461 S Illinois. 
Bose Henry A, solr, h 516 S Capitol av. 
Bose Mary C (wid Wm H), b 280 E Market. 
Bosler Emily (wid Joseph), b 587 Park av. 
Bosler Prank A, mngr, h 587 Park av. 
Bosler Frederick J, h 968 N Delaware. 
Bosley Thomas J, elk R M S. h 196 Hoyt av. 
Boss Adolph, barber, 356 Dillon, h 61 Bu- 
chanan. 
Boss Albert J, tinner, h 444 Charles. 
Boss John A, barber, h 87 Buchanan. 
Bosserman Charles H, condr, h 42 Eastern 

av. 
Bossert Conrad, bartndr, h 54 Dougherty. 
Bossert Wm, contr, 7 Pembroke Arcade, h 

128 W 2d. 
Bosson Thomas M, lumber, h 675 College av. 
Bosson Wm, lawyer, 83 Lombard bldg, h 

w s Illinois 1 s of 35th (M). 
Bost John, car rep, h 351 Jefferson av. 
Bostic Elmer, painter, r 423 W 2d. 
Bostic Franklin J, painter, b 49 Wyoming. 
Bostic John S, cooper, b 806 W Washington. 



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Bostic Rose, r 423 W 2d. 

Boswell Charles E, die cutter, h 440 Cornell 
av. 

Boswell David A, medicines, b e s Suther- 
land av 1 n of 20th. 

Boswell Frank W, porter, h 147 Huron. 

Boswell Georg-e G F, inventor, h n w cor 
16th and Bellefontaine. 

Boswell James F, phys, e s Sutherland av 
1 n of 20th, b same. 

BOSWELL, JOSEPH E, Assessor Ma- 
rion County, 35 Court House; Tel 
912; li e s Sutlierland av 1 n of SOtli. 

Boswell Samuel, farmer, h 652 W Washing- 
ton. 

Boteler Edward M, condr, h 124 Spann av. 

Botkin Seymour H, lab, h 87 Chadwick. 

Botkin John. lab. h 106 S Linden. 

Botscheller Valetine, baker, h 318 E Miami. 

Bott Conrad, uphlr N T Store, h s w cor 
Orange av and Larch. 

Bott Edward D, produce, 35 E Mkt House, 
b 439 S Delaware. 

Bott Henry, carp, h 216 Hamilton av. 

Bottin Herman, lab, h 43 Detroit. 

Bottler Julius, saloon, 233 S Delaware, h 
559 Madison av. 

Bottler Rudolph, b 559 Madison av. 

Bottom Bluford, lab, r 191i/^ Indiana av. 

Bottom Georg-e, lab, r 191i/i Indiana av. 

Bottom Henry, lab 413 N Capitol av. 

Bottom Henry, janitor, r 291/2 B Market. 

Bottom Thomas, lab, r 191% Indiana av. 

Bottome Turner D, pres The Paradizer Co, 
b 371 E 19th. 

BottorfC James H. carp, h 670 Chestnut. 

Bottorff John L, elk Indpls Gas Co, h 2 
Andrews. 

Botts Charles, lab, b 59 Superior. 

Boucher Michael, lab, b 196 W Merrill. 

Bouchle Lida C, h 301i^ E Washington. 

Boughner Sarah (wid John H), b 49 Arch. 

Boughton John, cabtmkr, b 313 W Wash- 
ington. 

Boughton Wm C, paperhngr, h n w cor 8th 
and Lennox. 

Bouldin Frederick, sawmkr, h 113 Huron, 



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Bouncer Hattie A (wid Wm C), h 127 N 
Alabama, 

Bounsell George W, mach, h 434 Martin- 
dale av. 

Bourdalme August, lab, h 254 W Ray. 

Bourgonne Charles L, elk Otto Schopp, b 
441 Charles. 

Bourgonne Otto S, drugs, 399 S Capitol av, 
b 441 Charles. 

Bourgonne Stephen B, cigar mfr, 140 
Union, b 441 Charles. 

Bourne Samuel S, condr, b 792 W Washing- 
ton. 

Bourne Wm A, lab, h 118 Deloss. 

Bouslog Charles, trav agt, b 475 E Market, 

Bousum Abraham L, brakeman, h 121 Bis- 
marck av (H). 

Boury John L, coppersmith, b 319 Cobum. 

Bourv Julius H, tinner, 533 Virginia av, h 
328 Cobum. 

Bowe James C, painter, 32 S Meridian, h 
1729 N Meridian. 

Bowen Albert A, grainer, h 152 Michigan 
av. 

Bowen Albert D, cutter, h 684 Broadway. 

Bowen Ann (wid John), h 514 N West. 

Bowen Anthony W, r 70 W New York. 

Bowen Ara H, carp, h 93 Fayette. 

Bowen Benjamin, porter, h 187 W 3d. 

Bowen Benjamin F, painter, h 1385 N Sen- 
ate av, 

Bowen Charles, waiter, r 16 Commercial 
blk. 

Bowen Cora B (wid John), h 1861/2 W Wash- 
ington. . 

Bowen Curtis J, hostler, h 33 N Olive. 

Bowen George E (Bowen & Secrest), res 
Carmel, Ind. 

Bowen Harry, tmstr, b 1350 N Senate av, 

Bowen Harry B, trimmer, h 41 Stevens. 

Bowen James, b 270 Bates. 

Bowen James A, mach, b 20 Traub av. 

Bowen John, call boy, b 20 Traub av. 

Bowen Josephine (wid George), b n s 
Washington 1 w of Maple av (I). 

Bowen Katherine, usher Insane Hospital. 

Bowen Laura E (wid Silas T), h 44 W 
North. 

BOWEN-MERRILL, CO THE, Wm H 
Elvin Pres, W^m C Bolibs Sec, Charles 
MV Merrill Treas, John J Curtis Supt, 
Publishers, Booksellers, Stationers 
and Paper Dealers, 9-11 W W^ashing- 
ton and 10-12 W^ Pearl; Tel 1779. 

Bowen Thomas, lab, b 130 Allegheny. 
Bowen Wm, painter, b 229 W Washington. 
Bowen Wm E, restaurant 1085 E Washing- 
ton, h same. 
Bowen Wm W, mach, b 33 N Olive. 
Bowen & Secrest (George E Bowen, 

Charles R Secrest, real est, 17 Fair blk. 
Bowens Adrian, drugs, 316 S West, h same. 
Bowens George W, lab, h 420 Superior. 
Bow^ens Lee, porter, r 113 Indiana av. 
Bower, see also Bauer and Baur. 
Bower Catherine B, h 444 N New Jersey. 
Brower Louis, peddler, h 450 S Capitol av. 
Bower Louise, h e s Baltimore' av 3 n of 

22d. 
Bower Mahala C, h e s Baltimore av 3 n 

of 22d. 
Bower Rose, teacher Public School No 1 

(H), b 63 Germania av (H). 
Bowers Albert, lab, b n e cor 7th and 

Lenox. 
Bowers Albert A, h 233 S Spruce. 
Bowers Bena (wid John), housekpr 434 S 

Ilhnois. 



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Bowers Benjamin, brakeman, r 839 E Wash- 
ing-ton. 

Bowers David, lab, b 79 Lee (W I). 

Bowers Emma A P (wid Isaac S), b 683 N 
Delaware. 

Bowers Ethelinda J (wid John P), h 803 
E Washing-ton. 

Bowers Prank. Grand K of R and S 
Knig-hts of Pythias and treas Praternal 
B-L Assn, 49 Journal bldg-, h 309 College 
av. 

Bowers Frank, mach, h 5V2 Brookside av. 

Bowers Prank J, condr, h 61 N Gale (B). 

Bowers Preeman, carp, h 79 Lee (W I). 

Bowers George B, lawyer, h 93 Yandes. 

Bowers Henry, barber, 205 E Washington, 
b 124 N Liberty. 

Bowers Hugh T, grinder, h 180 E South. 

Bowers Isaac H, phys, 803 E Washington, 
b same. 

Bowers James C, japanner. r 217i^ E Wash- 
ington. 

Bowers James M, h 491 Highland av (N I). 

Bowers Jesse H, tel opr, h 16 Tacoma av. 
H, weighmaster, b 803 E 



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Bowers Jonas 

Washington. 
Bowers Joseph 
Bowers Levi B, 

ington. 

Bowers Mary (wid John), h 69 Yandes. 
Bowers Thomas L, coremkr, b 153 Newman. 
Bowersmith Charles B, painter, h 127 N 

State av. 
Bowersmith Wm C, elk Dalton Hat Co, b 

127 N State av. 
Bowes Henry J, lab, h 358 W 1st. 
Bowie Alexander, carp, b 43 S West. 
Bowie Walter, millwright, b 43 S West. 
Bowlby Edward, engr, b 55 English av. 
Bowlby Elmer T, treas Grand Opera House, 

b 67 Union. 
Bowlby John H, solr, h 67 Union. 
Bowlby John W, electrician Eng-lish Opera 

House, o 37 Hudson. 
Bowlby Sarah T (wid Abner P), b 527 E 

8th. 
Bowlby Walter G, asst treas Eng-lish Opera 

House, b 67 Union. 
Bowlby Wm W, painter 
Bowlen Charles R, carp 
Bowlen Leonidas, carp, 

Rtiral, h same. 
Bowler George, lab, h 61 Paw Paw. 
Bowler John C, printer, b 72 Morton. 
Bowler Thomas E, lab, h 66 Smithson. 
Bowler Wm H, flagman, h 16 N State av. 
Bowles, see also Boals and Boles. 
Bowles Burkley C, cook, h 274 W North. 

BOWLES DUANE H, Lawyer, 625-626 
Lemcke Bld^; Tel 1886; 1» 493 N Me- 
ridian. 

Bowles Elvira (wid Frank), h 44 Warman 

av (H). 
Bowles Jesse R, lab, h 129 Walcott. 
Bowles John A, eng-r monument, h 182 

Yandes. 
Bowles John H. waiter, h 226 W Vermont. 
Bowles Kate M (wid Thomas H), h 493 N 

Meridian. 
Bowles Osbourne, elk Indiana Mutual B 

and L Assn, b 493 N Meridian. 
Bowles Thomas, driver, r 340 Superior. 

BOWLEY GEORGE J, Deiti^ner and 
Wood Engraver, Room 14 Yolm Blls, 
n e cor Meridian and Wasliinjsfton. 
b. 319 N Noble. (See adv in classified 
Wood Engravers.) 




Bowling- Casinda (wid Ormstead), h 228 

Howard. 
Bowling- John H, carp, 176 Spann av, h 

same. 
Bowlus Elmer, condr, b 75 W 13th. 
Bowlus George W, foreman, h 174 Pleasant. 
Bowlus John W, lawyer, 26 N Delaware, 

h 1508 N Meridian. 
Bowlus Walter J, elk C C C & St L Ry, b 

174 Pleasant. 
Bowman, see also Baughman and Bau- 

man. 
Bowman Abraham, stenog Schnull & Co, 

b 451 S Capitol av. 
Bowman Albert, lab, h 226 W Market. 
Bowman Almon L, elk Van Camp H and 

I Co, h 568 E Washington. 
Bowman Alonzo A, painter, h 26 Dearborn. 
Bowman Anna L, stenog-, b 132 Christiaji 

av. 
Bowman Archibald, express, r 165 Indiana 

av. 
Bowman Archibald P, driver, b 63 John. 
Bowman Benjamin A, packer, b 63 John. 
Bowman Byron L, candymkr, b 10 Lord. 
Bowman Charles J, salesman, b e s Dow- 
ney av 3 s of Houston av (I). 
Bowman Charles P, painter, h 636 W Udell , 

(N I). 
Bowman Charles P, trav ag-t, h 50 W St 

Joseph. 
Bowman Clinton D, winder, h w s Downey 

av 2 s of Washington av (I). 
Bowman Clyde E, barber, b 921 Bellefon- 

taine. 
Bowman Ella, milliner, 28 S Illinois, h 18% 

N Penn. 
Bowman Pranklin A, lab, b 177 Blake. 
Bowman -Frederick, cutter, b 122 S Noble. 
Bowman Frederick, waiter, r 32 Grand Op- 
era House blk. 
Bowman Frederick L, cook, b w s Downey 

av 2 s of Washington av (I). 
Bowman George, lab, h 28 Holbom. 
Bowman George W, mach, h 30 Clark. 
Bowman George W, solr N Y Life Ins Co, 

h 96 Lexington av. 
Bowman Harry, insp City Engineer, b 236 

Virginia av. 



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Bowman Harry C, fireman, h w s Walker 

2 s of Pendleton av (B). 

Bowman Henry, baker, b 320 S Missouri. 
Bowman Ida M (wid Frederick E), b 24 

Broadway. 
Bowman Isaac M, huckster, h 381 W North. 
Bowman Jacob, trav agt, h 236 Virginia av. 
Bowman James, elk, b 290 E Washington. 
Bowman James H, collr, b 542 W Addison 

(N I). 
Bov/man Jeremiah, lab, h 486 W Francis 

(N I). 
Bowman John, carp, h 359 S West. 
Bowman John, whitewasher, h 10 Mulberry. 
Bowman John A, carp, h 40^^ Grant. 
Bowman John B, agt, h 58 Roanoke. 
Bowman John C, brakeman, h 129 Hoyt av. 
Bowman Levi, sawyer, h 328 Yandes. 
Bowman Louis, bkkpr Indiana Car Service 

Assn, b 451 S Capitol av. 
Bowman Louisa (wid Henry), h 122 S Noble. 
Bowman Lucius S, bkkpr, h e s Downey av 

3 s of Houston av (I). 

Bowman Martin G, elk, b 451 S Capitol av. 

Bowman Mary F (wid Andrew J), h 320 S 
Missouri. 

Bowman Mary F (wid Wm), b 198 W 1st. 

Bowman Moses, stenog, b 451 S Capitol av. 

Bowman Nathan, peddler, h 451 S Capitol 
av. 

Bowman Nellie M, teacher Public School 
No. 28, b 132 Christian av. 

Bowman Oliver, fireman, b 124 English av. 

Bowman Oliver F, collr H T Conde Imple- 
ment Co., h 28 Hall pi. 

Bowman Owen M, h 39 Wyoming. 

Bowman Richard, lab, b 451 S Illinois. 

Bowman Robert, tmstr, h 516 W Shoemaker 
(N I). 

Bowman Rolla F, tmstr, h 516 W Shoe- 
maker (N I). 

Bowman Sarah N, h 20 N West. 

Bowman Simeon C, cabtmkr, h 507 Sheldon. 

Bowman Thomas, lab, h 20 Brett. 

Bowman Wm, janitor, b 11 S Gillard av. 

Bowman Wm, lab, h e s Bismarck 2 s of 
Grandview av (H). 

Bowman Wm, lab, b 326 W Maryland. 

Bowman Wm F, butcher, h 41 Rockwood. 



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Bowman Wm F, elk, b 367 S East. 

Bowman Wm H, carp, 132 Christian av, h 
same. 

Bowman Wm H, lab, h 380 N California. 

Bowman Wm H, painter, h e s Burton av 
1 s of McLene (N I). 

BOWMAN WM H, Architect, 13-14 In- 
stalls Blk;; Tel 747; 1» e s Downey av 
3 s of Houston av (I). 

Bowman Wm S, elk N A Moore & Co, h 

577 W 22d (N I). 
Bowman Willis M, cabtmkr, h 63 John. 
Bowne Albert P, lab, h 51 Arch. 
Bowne Nathan B, lab, h 779 E Market. 
Bowser Adeline (wid Andrew), h s s Wal- 
nut 1 w of Sherman Drive. 
Bowser Allen A (Prather & Co), state agt 

Daugherty Typewriter, 225-226 Lemcke 

bldg, b 121 E New York. 
Bowser Harry, lawyer, 46 Lombard bldg, h 

996 N Delaware. 
Bowser Jacob, engr, h 629 S East. 
Bowser Jerome, lab, b s s Walnut 1 w of 

Sherman Drive. 
Bowser Levi C, watchman, h 59 Woodlawn 

av. 
Bowser Thomas A, supt Outing Bicycle Co, 

h 624 Miller av (M P). 
Bowsher George W, lineman, h 508 N West. 
Bowsher Samuel, foreman Cent U Tel Co, 

h 282 W Michigan. 
Bowsher Wm A, lab, h 258 Douglass. 
Bowyer Wm T, huck3ter, h 5 Wendell av. 
Boxley George, lab, h 33 Hosbrook. 
Boxley George W, lab, b 33 Hosbrook. 
Boyce, see also Boice. 
Boyce Ellis W, janitor State House. 
Boyce George C, tinner, b 265 Lincoln la. 
Boyce George R, asst City Engr, h 71 Tal- 

bott av. 
Boyce James E, lab, b 265 Lincoln la. 
Boyce John E, grocer, 265 Lincoln la, h 

same. 
Boyd Adam R, farmer, h 424 W Udell (N I). 
Boyd Addison, cook, r 79 W Wabash. 
Boyd Addison E, shoemkr, 144 Howard (W 

I), h 445 same. 
BOYD ALiONZO, Plumber, 816 N Illinois; 

Tel 1618; h 767 N Capitol av. (See 

adv in classilied Flnmbers.) 

Boyd Amanda J, h 493 N New Jersey. 

Boyd Anna B (wid Augustus), h- 330 La- 
fayette. 

Boyd Augustus, genl agt J I Case Thresh- 
ing Machine Co, h 250 N Senate av. 

Boyd Aura, second asst State Librarian, b 
280 N Penn. 

Boyd Bert, lab, b 175 Woodlawn av. 

Boyd Bert A, bkkpr P P Rush & Co, h 
1526 N Capitol av. 

BOYD, BESTEN & LANGEN CO, Henry 
Besten Pres, E O Iiangen Sec and 
Treas, Walter H Boyd Mngfr, Cloak 
Dealers and Fnrriers, 39 E Washing- 
ton; liong; Distance Tel, 1912. 

Boyd Catherine, b 367 English av. 

Boyd Clyde R, lab, b 549 E Michigan. 

Boyd Edward H, bartndr, r 3 Cleaveland 
blk. 

Boyd Edwin S, elk, r 68 W New York. 

Boyd Elizabeth, r 223 N Alabama. 

Boyd Elmer H, carp, h 697 W Udell (N I). 

Boyd Emma F, elk K and L of H, b 238 N 
West. 

Boyd Evelyn H (wid Augustus), h 619 N 
Meridian. 



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Boyd Felix, lab. h rear 422 N East. 
Boyd Frances (wid Wm). h 34 Guffln. 
Boyd Francis, elk Kingan & Co (ltd), h 238 

N West. 
Boyd Frank, elk, r 92 N Illinois. 
Boyd Frank A, elk, h 74 Ft Wayne av. 
Boyd James, maeh. h rear 344 Blake. 
Boyd James G. coppersmith, b 198 Bates. 
Boyd James M. engr, h 198 Bates. 
Boyd James T, phys, 76 E Ohio, h 957 N 

Alabama. 
Boyd James T, waiter, h 168 Muskingum al. 
Boyd Jasper N. elk Am Ex Co, h 73 W 12th. 
Boyd John, lab, b 210 W Ohio. 
Boyd John M, blksmith, 3 N Judge Hard- 
ing, h 445 Howard (W I). 
Boyd Joseph W, helper, h 126 Trowbridge 

(W). 
Boyd Lewis O, baggageman, h 355 English 

av. 
Boyd Margaret A, teacher Public School No 

2, b 424 E Udell (N I). 
Boyd Martha, h 175 Woodlawn av. 
Boyd Martindale, pumps, 45 Mass av. h 324 

E 17 th. 
Boyd Mary L, music teacher, 238 N West, 

b same. 
Boyd Olin S, bkkpr D H Baldwin & Co, r 

282 N Senate av. 
Boyd Richard M, lab, h 325 W Morris. 
Boyd Robert B, barber, 814 E Washington, 

h same. 
Boyd Robert G, lab, h 463 Sheldon. 
Boyd Robert H, b 957 N Alabama. 
Boyd Thomas M (Gage & Boyd), res Ham- 
ilton, O. 
Boyd Walter H, mngr Boyd, Besten & 

Langen Co, b 376 Park av. 
Boyd Wm B (Boyd & Miller), h 323 Park av. 
Boyd Wm H, agt Lake Shore-Lehigh Val- 
ley Route, n e cor Delaware and South. 

h 18 E Vermont. 
Boyd Wm H, loans, 63 Baldwin blk, h 717 

N Capitol av. 
Boyd Wm H, plumber, h 442 Chestnut. 
Boyd Wm K, condr, h 24 S Judge Harding 

(W I). 
Boyd Wm R, ins agt, h 195 Prospect. 
Boyd Wm R. lab, h w s Burgess av 4 s of 

C H & D Ry (I). 
Boyd Zoreldah M (wid James W), h 376 

Park av. 
Boyd & Miller (Wm E Boyd. J Martin 

Miller), loans, 63 Baldwin blk. 
Boyden David E, flagman, h 48 Sycamore. 
Boyer Adam B, carp, h e s Guffln 1 n of 

8th. 
Boyer Byron J, carp, h 318 Tandes. 
Boyer Carroll C, elk I & V R R, b 906 

Broadway. 
Boyer Charles B, lab, h 109 Wright. 
Boyer Charles T, genl mngr Am Buncher 

Mnfg Co, h 303 E McCarty. 
Boyer Emma (wid Thomas B), h 110 S 

Noble. 
Boyer Isaac S. baggage agt, h 906 Broad- 
way. 
Boyer James, lab, h 228 Muskingum al. 
Boyer James A, elk, h e s Rural 3 n of 

Clifford av. 
Boyer John S, carp, h 169 N East. 
Boyer Leon, lab, h 54 Hosbrook. 
Boyer Martha J (wid Jacob), h 104 Park av. 
Boyer Otis W, mailing elk Indpls Daily 

Live Stock Journal, b 82 S Reisner (W I). 
Boyer Richard A, printer, h 303 S East. 
Boyer Samuel A, cook, h 485 Lafayette. 
Boyer Thomas B, pressman P H Smith, h 

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Rooms 325 to 330 Lemcke Bldg. 



Boyer Walter L, lab. b 228 Muskingum al. 
Boyers Martha J (wid Jacob), h 104 Park 

av. 
Boykin Wm. finisher, h 29 Shover (W I). 
Boyl Baird J, mach, b 6 Lord. 
Boyl Charles A, letter carrier P O, b 6 

Lord. 
Boyl James H, h 6 Lord. 
Boyl Louis, b 6 Lord. 
Boylan John P, patrolman, b 392 S Capitol 

av. 
Boylan Michael T, saloon, 300 S Capitol av, 

b 392 same. 
Boylan Patrick, h 392 S Capitol av. 
Boylan Thomas, grocer, 53 Church, h same. 
Boylan Thomas P, mach, r 29 Holmes av 

(H). 
Boyle Bernard, lab Insane Hospital. 
Boyle Charles E, mach opr The Indpls 

Sentinel, h 125 Pleasant. 
Boyle Elisha E, elk. b 133 Michigan av. 
Boyle Guy A, elk. b 422 Talbott av. 
Boyle John J, head porter The Bates. 
Boyle John M, molder, h 27 Catharine. 
Boyle John T, carp, h 133 Ft Wayne av. 
Boyle Joseph P, bookbndr, h 5% Wilcox. 
Boyle Patrick, lab, b 252 B Washington. 
Boyle Wm H, gas insp, h 422 Talbott av. 
Boyles Ellen, teacher Public School No 14, 

b e s Grand av 3 s of University av (I). 
Boyles Francis K, h e s Grand av 3 s of 

University av (I). 
Boyles Michael W, real est, 98 E Market, 

r 36 Ash. 
Boynton Charles S, phys, 164 E New York, 

h same. 
Boys Gilbert J. h 571 E Market. 
Bozell Arthur L, lab, b 1125 E Michigan. 
Bozell Jennie (wid Joseph), b 1125 E Michi- 
gan. 
Bozell Walter V, elk Geo W Stout, h 204 

Wright. 
Bozzart Conrad, bartender, b 252 S Pine. 
Brace Minta (wid Oscar B), milliner, 39 W 

Washington, r 16 Halcyon blk. 
Bracken Albert N, ins agt, r 229 B Market. 
Bracken Allen, lab, h 19 Springfield. 
Bracken Elnner N, lab, h 476 Union. 
Bracken John C, ins agt, r 229 B Market. 



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CHESTER BRADFORD, 

Solicitor ok Pa^xenxs, 

AyO COUfiSEL IN PATENT CAUSES. 

(See adv. page 6.) 

Office :— Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S. W. 

Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 

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Bracken John S, lab, h 1541^ Martindale av. 

Bracken Wm H, collr Internal Revenue, 
P O bldg. res Lawrenceburg-, Ind. 

Brackensiek Caspar H, cigarmkr, b 201 E 
Washington. 

Brackett Charles H, sec Columbian Relief 
Fund Assn. h 199 Cornell av. 

Brackett Mary, h 40 Chadwick. 

Brackin Thomas R, lab, h 156 Elm. 

Bracking Frt.nk, trav agt, h 30 E Pratt. 

Brackmeier Adolph H, driver, b 180 Virgin- 
ia av. 

Brackmeier George O, baker, 180 Virginia 
av, h same. 

BRACKNEY GEORGE H. Genl Solicitor 
The Central Lia.Tr Union. 425-426 
Lemeke BIdgr, li 223 E North. 

Bradburn Charles E, motorman, h 263 S 

East. 
Bradburn Homer, blksmith, b 54 Belmont 

av (H). 
Bradburn Sarah A (wid Isaac), b 263 S 

East. 
Bradburn Wm A, carp, h w s Sheffield av 

1 n of Clark (H). 
Bradburv Daniel M, lawyer, 403 Lemcke 

bldg. li 273 Park av. 
Bradbury Edward A, opr W U Tel Co, h 

439 E St Clair. 
BRADBIRY GEORGE L, Viee-Pres and 

Genl Mngr L, E & W R R. s vr cor 

Washinf^rton and Noble, b The Deni- 

Non. 
Bradbury Henry, lab, b 1-30 Allegheny. 
Bradbury Henry R. sec Warren-Scharf 

Asphalt Paving Co. res New York City. 
Bradbury James, barber, b -323 N Liberty. 
Bradbury Walter H, engraver, r ll^^ N Me- 
ridian. 
Bradbury Wm. painter, b 799 N Illinois. 
Braddock Newton A, sawmkr. h 219 Bright. 
Brade Otto, furniture, 486 Virginia av, h 

10^ Spann av. 
Bradehaft Annie, news, h 260 Shelby. 
Bradehaft Louis, driver, h 260 Shelby. 
Brademeyer Ann C (wid John F). h 59 N 

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Brademeyer Christopher C, condr, h 172 N 
Dorman. 

Braden David, trav agt, h 978 N Capitol av. 

Braden Eben D, salesman Wm B Burford, 
h 1106 N Senate av. 

Braden Hervey B, elk, b 978 N Capitol av. 

Braden James, h n e cor Houston and 
Downey avs (I). 

Braden Mary C (wid Whitson), h 174 Mass 
av. 

Braden Robert B, real est, 77 E Market, 
h 1144 N Alabama. 

Braden Ruth (wid Hugh), h 27 Hall pi. 

Bradford Algernon, dairy, 72 Michigan (H), 
b same. 

Bradford Clarence U, mach hd, b 635 Madi- 
son av. 

BRAXJFORD CHESTER. Patent Law- 
yer and Solicitor. Established 1876, 
Rooms 14-16 Hnbbard Blk, s tt cor 
AVashin^ton and Meridiaji. Tel 168; 
b loss N Illinois. Tel 217. (See left 
top cor cards, p 6 and opp classified 
Patent Solicitors.) 

Bradford Clifford C, lab, b 635 Madison av. 

Bradford David B, lab, h 428 Lafayette. 

Bradford Edward T, cashr, b 80 Fletcher 



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printer, 92 E Court, h 
473 E Market. 

Bradford Hunter jr, printer, b 473 E Mar- 
ket. 

Bradford James M, cigars. Commercial 
Club bldg, h 80 Fletcher av. 

Bradford Jesse G, painter, h 426 W 2d. 

Bradford John, lab, h 246 Lafayette av. 

Bradford Joseph L, lab, b s s Washington 
1 e of Sherman Drive. 

Bradford Joseph S. printer, b 1095 W Mich- 
igan. 

Bradford Louis A, lab. r 540 Superior. 

Bradford Margaret (wid Sidney), h 13 Mill. 

Bradford Margaret T (wid John), h 1095 
W Michigan. 

Bradford Oliver R, salesman Wheeler 
Dressed Beef Co, h 58 River av (W I). 

Bradford Ira G, molder, b 635 Madison av. 

Bradford Otto M, lab, h 72 W Michigan 
(H). 

Bradford Sarah E (wid Oscar), h 91 Hadley 
av (W I). 

Bradford Sidney, lab, r 169 W Wabash. 

Bradford Theodore A, b 982 N Delaware. 

Bradford Ward, lab, b 428 Lafayette. 

Bradford Wm, dairyman, h e s Denny 3 n 
of Washington. 

Bradley Andrew J, lab, b 175 River av 
(W I). 

Bradley Anthony T, janitor, h 71 Martin- 
dale av. 

Bradley Charles, lab 808 Park av. 

Bradley Charles P. lab. h 563 E St Clair. 

Bradley Edward G, lab, b 10 W Morris. 

Bradley George F. lab, b 53 Buchanan. 

Bradley Giles S (Bradley & Denny), h 612 
College av. 

Bradley Homer, farmer, h 1740 N' Capitol 
av. 

Bradlev James K, lab, h 472 Clifford av. 

Bradley James L, h 494 N Capitol av. 

Bradley James N, b 175 River av (W I). 

Bradley Jasper, lab, h 458 Charles. 

Bradley John R, molder, h 85 Tremont (H). 

Bradley Leland J. carp, h 485 Bellefontaine. 

Bradley Logan L. attendant Insane Asy- 
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h 73 Sheffield av 



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teacher, h 171 W 



Bradley Michael E, sub letter carrier P O, 

b 53 Buchanan. 
Bradley Richard A P, engrraver, b 53 Bu- 
chanan. 
Bradley Thomas J, blksmith, h 175 River 

av (W I). 
Bradley Wm, bartndi-, r 153 N "West. 
Bradley Wm, fireman, b 124 English av. 
Bradley Wm, plumber, h 71 Martindale av. 
Bradley Wm F, pressman, h 929 N Senate 

av. 
Bradley Wm J, lab, b 53 Buchanan. 
Bradley Wm M. condr, h 22 Randolph. 
Bradshaw Adeline, pres Board of Mngrs 

Indpls Orphan Asylum, h 26 E Vermont. 
Bradshaw Alice (wid John W), h 174-176 N 

Illinois. 
Bradshaw Charles, lab, b 35 Athon. 
Bradshaw Frank, lab 416 N Illinois. 
Bradshaw George, driver, h 574 E St Clair. 
Bradshaw Harmon, bkkpr,. b 18 W New 

York. 
Bradshaw James, cook Roosevelt House. 
Bradshaw Jeremiah, lab, h 35 Athon. 
Bradshaw John A, elk, b 2 N Brightwood 

av (B). 
Bradshaw John A, live stock, h 26 E Ver- 
mont. 
Bradshaw John 'W, restaurant 56 S Illinois, 

h 18 W New York. 
Bradshaw Julia, seamstress, b 64 Talbott 

av. 
Bradshaw Melville H, b 
Bradshaw Oran, molder, 

(H). 
Bradshaw Oran, molder, 
Bradshaw Owen, music 

5th. 
Bradshaw Samuel, elk, b 2 N Brightwood 

av (B). 
Bradshaw Wm A, elk, h 571 Bellefontaine. 
Bradshaw Wm A, grocer, 2 N Brightwood 

av (B), h same. 
Bradshaw Wm A jr, elk, b 2 N Brightwood 

av (B). 

BRADSTREET COMPANY THE. Im- 
proved Mercantile Ag^ency. H X Cas- 
tle Supt, n TT cor Meridiau and 
Wasliing^ton; Tel 305. 

Bradway Angelina (wid Wm L), b 100 

Eureka av. 
Bradway Archibald L, lab, h 274 S William 

(W I). 
Bradway Charles O, insp, h 141 Forest av. 
Bradway Olna H, trav agt, h 100 Eureka av. 
Bradwell Isaac N, lawyer, 32 Thorpe blk, h 

386 N New Jersey. 
Brady Bert, elk Indpls B and S Co, b 1133 E 

Michigan. 
Brady Catherine (wid James), b 131 Michi- 
gan av. 
Brady Charles H, meats, 104 E Mkt House, 

h 263 N Noble. 
Brady Charles J, mach hd, b 470 Stillwell. 
Brady Edward, lab, b 594 Morris (W I). 
Brady Edward, tmstr, h 15 Chadwick. 
Brady Florence M (wid Calvin C), h 460 N 

New Jersey. 
Brady Frank, gasfitter, r 60 S Delaware. 
Brady George, coremkr, h II4I/2 Hill av. 
Brady George W, welldriyer, 473 Lincoln 

av, h same. 
Brady James, boilermkr, b 47 Empire. 
Brady James A, molder, h 266 W Vermont. 
Brady James J, dry goods, 911 S Meridian, 

h same. 
Brady James T, lab, b 71 Peru av. 
Brady Jane (wid John), h 47 Empire. 



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Brady Jeremiah, lab, b 13 Chadwick. 

Brady John, trav agt, b 53 Central av. 

Brady John J, mach, b 157 Sheldon. 

Brady John M, lab, b 51 Roller. 

Brady John P, bricklayer, h 172 Fayette. 

Brady John R, mach, h 65I14 E Michigan. 

Brady Joseph, distributer, b eoVo S Dela- 
ware. 

Brady J Wm, trav agt M O'Connor & Co, 
r 30 W Vermont. 

Brady Margaret (wid Patrick H), h GOVs 3 
Delaware. 

Brady Martin, soldier, h 51 N Summit. 

Brady Matthew J, bricklyr, b 717 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Brady Mary A (wid Henry), b 601 N Dela- 
ware. 

Brady Michael A, lab, h 333 W Morris. 

Brady Peter D, tinner, b 242 English av. 

Brady Richard, blksmith, h 87 Newman. 

Brady Stephen, lab, h 193 W 9th. 

Brady Thomas J, barber, 304 Blake, h same. 

Brady Wm, cook, h 119 W Vermont. 

Brady Wm F, painter, b 600 Ash. 

Brady Wm R, painter, h 1133 E Michigan. 

Braendlein Charles J, carver, b 376 Coburn. 

Braendlein Henry J, carpet weaver, 376 Co- 
burn, h same. 

Braendlein Henry M, designer, h 426 S 
State av. 

Braendlein Louis F, cashr Francke & 
Schindler, b 376 Coburn. 

Braendlein Martin, florist, e s Senate av 
2 s of 26th, h same. 

Braendlein Paul, meats, 38 Gresham and 91 
E Mkt House, h 38 Gresham. 

Braffett Voiney M, ins, h 430 College av. 

Bragdon Albert E, letter carrier P O, h 86 
Clark 

Bragg Stokely S, elk, h 81 Pleasant. 

Bragg Thomas F, lawyer, 10% N Delaware, 
h same. 

Braham James A, lab h 180 W 2d. 

Brake John B C, driver, b 180 Bates. 

Brake Thomas, lab, h 33 Vinson. 

Braley Charles H, chiropodist, 77 W Ohio, 
b same. 

Bramblett Charles C, peddler, b s e cor 
LaSalle and Richard (M P). 



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D. W. EDWARDS, General Agent, 

508 Indiana Trust Building. 

Bramblett Elmer A, peddler, b s e cor La- 
Salle and Richard (M P). 

Bramblett Nancy (wid John), h s e cor La- 
Salle and Richard (M. P). 

Bramblett Perry E, peddler, h 167 Elizabeth. 

Bramblett Wm A, lab, h rear 333 S Ala- 
bama. 

Bramkamp Wm H, barber, 146 Fletcher av, 
h 16 Dawson. 

Bramwell Albert A,»engr, h 48 Randolph. 

Bramwell Wm A, carp, h 1655 Graceland 
av. 

Branch John, lab, h 619 W Pearl. 

Brand, see also Brandt and Brant. 

Brand Georgre P, blksmith, h 618 S East. 

Brand Hattie W (wid John), b 309 Ash. 

Brand Michael, blksmith, h 307 W Morris. 

Brand Rebecca M, printer, r 87 The Wind- 
sor. 

Brandenburg- Charles, harnessmkr, h 235 S 
Alabama. 

Brandenburg Sadie, watchwoman Deaf and 
Dumb Inst. 

Brandenburg- Thomas E, condr, h 305 Blake. 

Brandenburger Adolph (Brandenburger 
Bros), b 65 S Linden. 

Brandenburger Bros (Charles and Adolph), 
photogs. 65 S Linden. 

Brandenburger Charles (Brandenburger 
Bros), b 65 S Linden. 

Brandenburger Elizabeth (wid Ludwig), h 
65 S Linden. 

Brand'^nburger John, photog, b 65 S Linden. 

Brandenburger Martin, tinner, b 65 S Lin- 
den. 

Brandes Benjamin H, mach hd, h 257 S 
Penn. 

Brandes Bernhard J, mach, b 257 S Penn. 

Brandes George J, tailor, b 257 S Penn. 

Brandes Henry N, lab, b 257 S Penn. 

Brandes Herman F, grocer, s e cor Ma- 
deira and Prospect, h same. 

Brandes John E, city fireman, h 502 Mad- 
ison av. 

Brandon Alonzo D, brakeman, h 56 S Sum- 
mit. 

Brandon Calvin F, salesman C A Heath, 
b 177 Christian av. 

Brandon Eugene E, painter, h 331 Bates. 



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Brandon James A, elk, h 124 Blackford. 

Brandon Joseph H, bartndr. h 185 Coburn. 

Brandon La.vinia (wid Marshall), b 56 S 
Summit. 

Brandon Thcmas L, mach, h 225 W South. 

Brandon Victor J, student, b 330 Broadway. 

Brandon Wm, lab, h 482 Chapel. 

Brandstetter Anthony, carp, h 119 Palmer. 

Brandt, see also Brand and Brant. 

Brandt Adolph G (A G Brandt & Co), b 
182 E McCarty. 

Brandt Albert H (A G Brandt & Co), b 
182 E McCarty. 

Brandt A G & Co (Adolph and Albert H 
Brandt), bookbndrs, 64 S Pern. 

Brandt Bertha (wid Herman T), h 182 E 
McCarty. 

Brandt Charles, lab, h e s Auburn av 3 s 
of Bethel av. 

Brandt Christian F W, grocer, 543 E Wash- 
ington, h 52 Michigan av. 

Brandt Dederich H, carp, h 349^^ S Me- 
ridian. 

Brandt Edward, florist, b 421 Belief on tain e. 

Brandt Frank F, cutter Kahn Tailoring Co, 
b 424 N Illinois. 

Brandt Fred, saloon, 44 W Washington, h 
424 N Illinois. 

Brandt Frederick, car insp, h 205 Fletcher 
a.v. 

Brandt Frederick W, boxmnfr and cooper,. 
85 California, h 80 Vine. 

Brandt Henry, uphlr, b 421 Bellefontaine. 

Brandt Henry A, elk, b 52 Michigan av. 

Brandt Henry F, carp, b 303 English av. 

Brandt Henry G, lab, h 37 Parker. 

Brandt Julius, uphlr, h 421 Bellefontaine. 

Brandt Louis C, carp, h 186 Pleasant. 

Brandt Oscar P, agt John Wocher, b 182 
E McCarty. 

Brandt Wm, lab, h 114 S Summit. 

Brandt Wm F, elk, h 7 Allfree av. 

Brandt Wm F, lab. h 24 Dawson. 

Brandt Wm F C, elk, h 173 Madison av. 

Branham Adeline N (wid George F), h 39& 
N Penn. 

Branham Bush, lab, h 134 Lee (W I). 

Branham Cynthia A (wid David C), b 22 
Lockerbie. 

Branham Edward, r 334 N Illinois. 

Branham Edward T, trav agt McKee Shoe 
Co, h n e cor Arlington and Walnut 
avs (I). 

Branham Elizabeth N (wid Charles E), elk, 
b 548 Chestnut. 

Branham Ernest J, salesman, b 45 S Arse- 
nal av. 

Branham George B, car rep, h 134 Lee 
(W I). 

Branham George E, contr, h 399 N Penn. 

Branham George T (Branham & Lowther), 
r 2151/2 E Washington. 

Branham Jennings W, baggageman, h 45 S 
Arsenal av. 

Branham Kate V, cataloguer Public Li- 
brary, r 334 N Illinois. 

Branham Lynn C, fireman, h 35 N Station 
(B). 

Branham Nannie E, teacher Indpls College 
of Music, b 139 E 12th. 

Branham Priscilla A (wid Joseph W), h 110 
Shelby. 

Branham Wm, engr, h 138 Lee (W I). 

Branham & Lowther (George T Branham, 
Nimrod R Lowther), tinners, 294 E Wash- 
ington. 

Branneman Wm C, carp, h n s Brookside 
av 3 e of Jupiter. 



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Brannen Elizabeth (wid Thomas), r 70 W 
11th. 

Brannen Wm, lab, b 207 W 4th. 

Brannen Wyatt, lab, h 207 W 4th. 

Brannig-an Frank, butcher, b 125 N West. 

Brannon, see also Brennan. 

Brannon James, capt Engine Co No 3, h 
30 Prospect. 

Brannon Thomas L, policeman Union Sta- 
tion, h n e cor 17th and N Senate av. 

Bransford Hazy, waiter, b 176 Patterson. 

Bransford Thomas, lab, h 27 Howard. 

Bransford Thomas H, coachman 366 N 
Capitol av. 

Bransford Wm, lab, b 289 Tandes. 

Branson Joseph W, motorman, h w s Har- 
ris av 4 s of W Washing-ton (M J). 

Branson Walter E, driver, h 126 N Dorman. 

Branson Walter B, driver, b 127 N East. 

Branson Wm, mach, h 17 Bridge (W I). 

Brant, see also Brand and Brandt. 

Brant Henry, lab, b 23 Helen. 

Brant John P, lab, b 23 Helen. 

Brant Margaret (wid Robert), h 23 Helen. 

Branthoover Bertha M, tel opr, b 78 Park 
av. 

BRANTHOOVER FRANK M. Attorney 
at Law, 87 Baldwin Blk; Tel 1923, r 
same. 

Brantlinger Theodore E, foreman, h 84 S 
Shade (B). 

Brantlinger Wm H, cigarmkr. b 181 S New 
Jersey. 

Bramwood John W, sec-treas International 
Typographical Union, pub Typographical 
Journal, 291/2 E Market, h 271 W Michigan. 

Branyan James A, city fireman, h 35 Car- 
los. 

Brash Samuel J, condr, h 576 College av. 

Brasher Florence, b 222 Lexing-ton av. 

Brasher Mary (wid John), b 222 Lexing-ton 
av. 

Brasier John F, dispatching elk P O, h S35 
N Liberty. 

Brathuer Wm, lab, b 141 Wisconsin. 

Brattain Amanda E (wid Henry), h rear 
195 Buchanan. 

Brattain Edgar H, bkbinder, b rear 195 
Buchanan. 

Brattain Earl J, elk, b 66 Huron. 

Brattain Frank D, elk, b 172 N Senate av. 

Brattain Georg-e A, bookbndr, b rear 195 
Buchanan. 

Brattain John W, grocer, 414 W New York, 
h same. 

Brattain John R, elk, h 172 N Senate av. 

Brattain Mary E (wid Wm J), b 263 N 
California. 

Brattain Omer, painter, b rear 195 Bu- 
chanan. 

Brattain Russell H, elk, b 414 W New York. 

Brattain Silas H, city fireman, h 66 Huron. 

Brande Benjamin, elk, b 398 S Illinois. 

Braughton Frederick L, tinner, b n w cor 
Clifford and Brookland avs. 

Braug-hton Guy A, condr, b n w cor Clifford 
and Brookland avs. 

Braughton Harry D, condr, h n e cor 
Parker and Clifford av. 

Braughton McCuUough A, tinner, b n w 
cor Clifford and Brookland avs. 

Braughton McCullough C, tinner, 250 Mass 
av, h n w cor Clifford and Brookland avs. 

Braun, see also Brown. 

Braun Albert E, cabtmkr, h 762 Chestnut. 

Braun Bertha, elk Robert Keller, b 105 Bu- 
chanan. 

Braun Charles S, lithog, b 105 Buchanan. 



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Braun Ernest J, 

Braun Frank C, 
av. 

Braun, Franz, cabtmkr, h 76 Weghorst. 

Braun Frederica (wid John), h 774 Charles 

Braun, George A, lab, h 5 S Beville av. 

Braun Henry W, plumber, b 22 Wyoming. 

Braun Joseph, lab, b 1640 N Illinois. 

Braun, Joseph, tailor, b 300 S Meridian. 

Braun Julius, printer, 149 Virginia av, b 105 
Buchanan. 

Braun, Louis B, lab, h 1129 E Washington. 

Braun Mary (wid Paul), b 427 Union. 

Braun Peter, lab, h 38 Fenneman. 

Braun Reinhard, gasfitter, h 857 S East. 

Braun Sophia, h 141 B South. 

Braun Wilhelmina (wid Albert), h 22 Wy- 
oming. 

Braun Wm, mach, b 173 B Market. 

Braun Wm B, lab, h 105 Buchanan. 

Braun Wm D jr. mach, b 105 Buchanan. 

Braune Paul, elk, b 163 Central av. 

Braune Paul G, packer, h 165 Central av. 

Brauntz Elizabeth (wid Louis), h 125 Blake. 

Braudigam Charles, lab, h 97 Weghorst. 

Braudigam Charles C, pictureframer, b 97 
Weghorst. 

Brautigam Edward F, canmkr, b 11 St 
Charles. 

Brautigam Elias C, miller, h 11 St Charles. 

Brautigam John M, tailor, 149 Mass av, h 
386 E Michigan. 

Brautigam Martin C, gunsmith, h 319 E 
Merrill. 

Braxton Harvey L, attendant Insane Asy- 

' lum. 

Bray Alfred J, flier, h 320 S Illinois. 

Bray Anna, h 382 Union. 

Bray Augustus, carp, r 277 W Washing- 
ton. 

Bray David B, mach, b 501 Ash. 

Bray Delbert S. mach, b 501 Ash. 

Bray Edward S, patrolman, h 501 Ash. 

Bray Edward W, r 96 N Alabama. 

Bray James C, lab, h 248 Alvord. 

Bray John, lab, b 372 S Capitol av. 

Bray Mary E (wid Peter L), h 250 N East. 

Bray Oliver P. condr, h 326 E 12th. 



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Bray Redding, bridgebldr. h w s Grand 
av 1 s of University av (I). 

Bray Thomas A. steelwkr, h 372 S Capitol 
av. 

Bray Wm L, tel opr, h IS Temple av. 

BRAYTOX ALEMBERT AV. Pliysician, 
2«i2 E Ohio. Tel 1231: and Coroner 
Marion County, Coroner's Office, 59 
Conrt Honse. li 615 Broadvray. Tel 
1279. 

Brayton May, teacher Public School No 29, 

b 615 Broadway. 
Brayton Nelson D, student, b 615 Broad- 
way. 
Brazington Wm C, artist, 53 Ingalls blk, b 

1S6 N Delaware. 
Breach Charles K, plastr, h 47 Dunlop. 
Breadheft Henry D, dry goods, 319 Clifford 

av. h same. 
Brearley Charles W, student, r 391/2 Indiana 

av. 
Breckenridge Charlotte, h 237 E Michigan. 
Breckenridge Gabriel, lab, b 296 Blake. 
Brecount Edward, stenog, b 23 Poplar (B). 
Brecount Eveline (wid Nimrod D), boarding 

23 Poplar (B). 
Bredell George W. elk, h 52 Bismarck. 
Bredell Jesse B, driver, b 52 Bismarck. 
Bredewater George H, bartndr. h 599 W 

Michigan. 
Breeden Edwin W, polisher, h 19 N Sheffield 

(W I). 
Breeding Harry E, ins agt, b 433 Dillon. 
Breeding James A. barber. 64 N Illinois, h 

s e cor Chester av and Ohio. 
Breeding John H, lab, h 217 W 3d. 
Breeding Martha J (wid Alexander), b 412 

N New Jersey. 
Breeding Sherman, lab. b 451 S Illinois. 
Breedlove Berrvman E, car rep, h 110 S 

William (W I). 
Breedlove Earl L. stockkpr, b 130 Bates. 
Breedlove Maybel E, teacher, b 131 S Reis- 

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Breedlove Samuel M. brazier, b 130 Bates. 
Breedlove Stephen H, filer, h 1.30 Bates. 
Breedlove Thomas J. agt, h 131 S Reisner 

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Breedlove Wm B, waiter, b 226 W Vermont. 
Breedlove Wm J, car rep, h 71 S McLain 

(W I). 
Breedon Wm. brakeman, h 44 Martin. 
Breen Bridget (wid Dennis), b 45 Michigan 

(H). 
Breen Edward F, tinner, h 45 Michigan (H). 
Breen Ellen (wid Martin), b 49 N Dorman. 
Breen James, mer police, h 318 S Illinois. 
Breen James A, switchman, h 52 N Gale 

(B). 
Breen James E, packer, h 19 Agnes. 
Breen Johanna (wid James), h 339 N Pine. 
Breen Michael E, lab, b 339 N Pine. 
Breen Patrick, lab, b 55 Gatling. 
Breen Patrick J, lab, b 339 N Pine. 
Breen Timothy F, foreman, b 339 N Pine. 
Brees Isaac, carp, b 506 E Georgia. 
Brees James, insp City Engineer, r 50!ji^ E 

Washington. 
Breese Winfield S, salesman, h 35 N Beville 

av. 
Brehm Bernhard, drugs, 400 Mass av, b 34 

Bellefontaine. 
Brehm Otto, barber, h w s Burton av 2 s 

of McLene (N I). 
Brehmer John J, carp, h 211 Hadley av (W 

I). 
Brehob Christian N, driver, h 181 Wright. 
Breil John. lab. h 93 Fremont av (H). 
Breithaupt John, lab, h 211 Hamilton av. 
Breithaupt Wm, finisher, h 45 Davis. 
Brelsford Charles L, lab, h 85 Lord. 
Bremer Frederick, brick mnfr, e s Sherman 

Drive 2 s of Prospect, h same. 
Bremer Harmon J, lab, has Zwingley 1 s 

of Bethel av. 
Bremer John D, bartndr, h 100 Laurel. 
Bremer Wm. tmstr, b e s Sherman Drive 2 

s of Prospect. 
Bremer Wm M. express, h 785 Mass av. 
Bremerman Charles E, packer, h 525 W 22d 

(N I). 
Bremerman Frank B, guitarmkr, h 560 W 

Eugene (N I). 
Bremerman Frederick, mining, h 293 N 

Alabama. 
Bremerman Wm, packer, r 15 The Chalfant. 
Brendel Charles R, lab, h 544 W Shoemaker 

(N I). 
Breneman Sarah A (wid Henry), b 29 New- 
man. 
Breneman Walter, lau. h 29 Newman. 
Breneman Wm T, mach, b 29 Newman. 
Brenham John, foreman, b 294 Christian av. 
Brenizer George W, mall driver, h 57 

Laurel. 
Brenn Eliza (wid Frederick E), h 49 Brad- 

shaw. 
Brennan. see also Brannon. 
Brennan Catherine (wid Richard), h 30 S 

Dorman. 
Brennan Edward E, student, b 240 N Cap- 
itol av. 
Brennan Edward J, phys, 240 N Capitol av, 

h same. 
Brennan James, engr, b 173 E Market. 
Brennan James, lab, b 320 W Maryland. 
Brennan James M, plumber, h 5 Shriver av. 
Brennan James P, lab, r 405 Madison av. 
Brennan James P, weighmaster, b 320 W 

Maryland. 
Brennan Johanna (wid Donald), h 27 

Thomas. 
Brennan John, city fireman, h 1361 N Cap- 
itol av. 
Brennan John, lab, b 117 Kappus (W I). 
Brennan John D, lab, h 321 S Missouri. 
Brennan John T, elk Board of Public Wks, 

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Brennan John V, plumber, h 44 Fayette. 

Brennan Joseph, mach, b 188 S Senate av. 

Brennan Joseph, contr, h 883 N Senate av. 

Brennan JuUa (wid Patrick), h 304 V/ 7th. 

Brennan Lawrence A, janitor Court House, 
h 218 Elm. 

Brennan Lawrence M, plumber, h 463 S Del- 
aware. 

Brennan Louis, foreman, r 168i/^ E Wash- 
ington. 

Brennan Mary (wid Thomas), h 320 W 
Maryland. 

Brennan Michael, mason, h 252 W 7th. 

Brennan Michael, lab, h 173 Johnson (W I). 

Brennan Michael, janitor Public School No 
28, h 115 Fletcher av. 

Brennan Michael A, cashr Indpls Gas Co, 
h 56 Woodruff av. 

Brennan Patrick, grocer, 326 S State av, h 
same. 

Brennan Patrick, h 188 Woodlawn av. 

Brennan Richard A, elk, b 30 S Dorman. 

Brennan Thomas, butcher, b 320 W Mary- 
land. 

Brennan Thomas E, cabtmkr, b 23 Grant. 

Brennan Thomas J, lab, h 33 Carlos. 

Brennan Vincent G, phys, 240 N Capitol av, 
b same. 

Brennan Wm, foreman, b 132 Michigan (H). 

Brennan Wm, lab, b 86 N East. 

Brennan Wm, winder, b 188 Woodlawn av. 

Brennan Wm H, sawnakr, h 278 S Senate 
av. 

Brenneke David B, dancing academy, n w 
cor Illinois and North, r 199 N Penn. 

Brennen John, lab, b 294 Christian av. 

Brennen Robert J, student Finch & Finch, 
b 583 College av. 

Brenner Harry D, tel opr, b 120 Yeiser. 

Brenner Minerva (wid George W), h 120 
Yeiser. 

Brentlinger Wm H, b 181 S New Jersey. 

Brenton George, lab, b 827 S East. 

Brenton John E, lab, b 827 S Bast. 

Brenton Robert C, laborer, h 827 S East. 

Bresett Marshall H, trav agt, h 174 Brook- 
side av. 

Bresinger Frank, lab, h 107 Sheffield av 
(H). 

Bresnahan Edward J, cooper, h 206 W Mc- 
Carty. 

Bresnahan John P. lab, h 273 W Merrill. 

Bresnahan Michael F, uphlr, b 273 W Mer- 
rill. 

Bresnan, see also Brosnan. 

Bresnan Ellen (wid Mark), h 251/2 Chad- 
wick. 

Bresson Apollinaire J, carp, h 504 E 9th. 

Brester John, gardener, h e s Ransdell 2 
s of Southern av. 

Brester John H, wiper, b 91 Weghorst. 

Brester Wm, carp, h 91 Weghorst. 

Brester Wm F, molder, b 91 Weghorst. 

Bretney Eugene, vice-pres Crystal Ice Co, 
h 242 W New York. 

Bretney Harry R, lab, b 242 W New York. 

Bretz Adam, grocer, 106 S Illinois, h 825 N 
Capitol av. 

Bretz Adolph J, elk, r 1061/2 S Illinois. 

Bretz Arthur G, b 825 N Capitol av. 

Bretz Edward A, elk Township Assessor, h 
31 W St Joseph. 

Bretz Otto, elk, r 102 S Illinois. 

Bretzloff Adolph H, driver, h 129 W 2d. 

Bretzloff Theodore R, gardener, b s s E 
Washington 2 e of Belt R R. 

Breuer Kleues, carp, b 286 W Washington. 

Breunig Charles, coachman 575 N Penn. 



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Breunig George T, bkkpr S A Fletcher & 

Co, h 241 Park av. 
Breunig LeRoy C, elk S A Fletcher & Co, 

b 241 Park av. 
Breuninger August H, agt, h 81 Elizabeth. 
Breuninger Carl G, elk Clemens Vonnegut, 

b 81 Elizabeth. 
Breuninger Gustav, baker, b 81 Elizabeth. 
Brewer Albert C, trav agt Jacob Metzger 

& Co, b 213 Buchanan. 
Brewer Albert H, barber, 75 N Alabama, 

h 38 Sullivan. 
Brewer Alfred (A Brewer & Son), h 114 

Hoyt av. 
Brewer Alvin E, filer, h 307 N Delaware. 
Brewer A & Son (Alfred and Calvin L), 

carps, 114 Hoyt av. 
Brewer Calvin L (A Brewer & Son), b 114 
Hoyt av. 

Brewer Charles L, carp, h 126 Yandes. 
Brewer Edward, barber, h 439 Lincoln av. 
jr, barber, b 439 Lincoln 



oarp, h 219 Alvord. 
elk, r 36 Hendricks blk. 
A, lithog, h 364 N Cali- 



Brewer Edward 

av. 
Brewer Edward, 
Brewer Edward, 
Brewer Edward 

fornia. 

Brewer Fielding, bricklyr, h 135 Elm. 
Brewer Gurley, teacher, b 439 Lincoln av. 
Brewer Harry, plumber, b 32 S Linden. 
Brewer Hubbard Rev, b 439 Lincoln av. 
Brewer James A, bkkpr, h 36 Warren av 

(W I). 
Brewer Jesse M (wid John H), b 32 S Lin- 
den. 
Brewer John A, engr, h 567l^ Virginia av. 
Brewer John C, elk, h 23 Traub av. 
Brewer Marie S (wid Ambrose), dressmkr, 

364 N California, h same. 
Brewer Thomas F, elk, h I37I/2 Mass av. 
Brewer Walter R, chief elk R G Dun & Co, 

b 135 Elm. 
Brewin Anna E (wid Dillard A), b 165 S 

Alabama. 
Brewster Charles J, engr, b 40 English av. 
Breyer Avon, axtor, h 44 Barth av. 
Breyer Margaret (wid John F), h 44 Barth 

av. 
Brian, see also Bryan and O'Brien. 



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Brian Eveline (wid James M), milliner, 5S 
N Illinois, r 212 The Shiel. 

Brice Sarah E. h 25 Helen. 

Briceland Howard M, tel editor The 
Indpls Sentinel, h 359 N Illinois. 

Briceland Joseph N, elk John G Williams, 
b 225 N Delaware. 

Brick Marg-aret (wid Patrick), h 293 S Ala- 
bama. 

Senah E (wid David P), b 71 



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Frank B, elk A Kiefer Drug Co, 
b 530 N Illinois. 
Brickley Marg-aret (wid David E), h 640 

Ericklev Patrick, lab, h 416 S Capitol av. 

Brickley Wm, lab. h 416 S Capitol av. 

Bricmont Frank, tile setter, b 46 S Capitol 
av. 

Briddell Sidney L, lab, h 4 Pleasant. 

Bridenbaugh Anna E (wid David), h Valley 
Drive nr Ludlow la. 

Bridenbucher George (C H Johnson & Co), 
h Cambridge City, Ind. 

Bridenstein D.aniel, cook, r 67 N Alabama. 

Bridge Catherine, h 182 E Court. 

Bridge Henry, porter, b 182 E Court. 

Bridge Thomas W, condr, h 28 Randolph. 

Bridges Alvin D, tmstr, h- s s Clifford av 
1 e of Watts. 

Bridges Benjamin S, lab, h 121 Newman. 

Bridges Charles, produce, h 999 W Vermont, 

Bridges Charles M, waiter, r 26 Roanoke. 

Bridges Charles W. real est. h 442 Ash. 

Bridges D Alexander, cook 771 N Alabama. 

Bridges Emiline (wid Richard), b 121 New- 
man. 

Bridges Emily (wid David), b rear 102 How- 
ard. 

Bridges Frank, coachman 251 Broadway. 

Bridges George C, solr, b 74 W New York. 

Bridges George W, carp, h 632 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Bridges Henry E, lab, h 43 Hosbrook. 

Bridges James K, condr, r 175 S Illinois. 

Bridges John W, paperhanger, h rear 304 
College av. 



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Bridges Marvin, lab, b rear 102 Howard. 

Bridges Mary E (wid Isham V), h 10 Hu- 
ron. 

Bridg-es Philip, lab, b 173 Harmon. 

Bridg-es Rebecca (wid Wm), h 328 Lincoln 
av. 

Bridges Robert, lab, b 6 Emerson pi. 

Bridges Thomas, lab The Bates. 

Bridges Thomas J, tel opr, r 137 W New 
York. 

Bridges Walter, mach, b 328 Lincoln av. 

Bridgewater Samuel I, agt, h 15 Central av. 

Bridgewater Thomas, lab, h rear 324 W 2d. 

Bridgewater Wm H, lab, h 112 Shepard 
(W I). 

Bridgins James H, driver, h 130 W 5th. 

Bridwell George W, painter, h 344 English 
av. 

Bridwell Sarah J (wid Wm S), h 299 Spann 
av. 

Bridwell Wm, painter, b 299 Spann av. 

Briean Ella, dresmkr L S Ayres & Co, b 
95 N Meridian. 

Brier Edwin C, student, b 419 N East. 

Brier Robert G. bkkpr Emil Wulschner & 
Son, h 112 Talbott av. 

Briese Herman, elk A Kiefer Drug Co, b 
3914 Indiana av. 

Brigg-s Carrie M (wid Andrew J), h 116 In- 
diana av. 

Briggs Erastus M, oontr, r 130 W Vermont. 

Briggs Frank J, lab, b 17 Paca. 

Briggs Harriet (wid Wm), h ISO^s Indiajia 
av. 

Briggs Harry, elk, h 232 S Capitol av. 

Briggs Harry, mill hd, r 76 W South. 

Briggs James B, lab, h 18 Wilcox. 

Briggs John R, beamer, h 266 River av (W 
I). 

Briggs John W, lab, h 17 Paca. 

Briggs Mary H (wid John G), b 918 N New 

Briggs Robert, lab, b 272 W Maryland. 

Briggs Wm G, contr, h 126 W 9th. 

Briggs Wm L, tmstr, h 473 Martindale av. 

Brigham Charles E, elk Wm B Burford, 
h 945 N Senate av. 

Brig-ham Charles F, elk, b 945 N Senate av. 

Brigham Edwin B, phys, 153 Columbia av, 
h 385 Martindale av. 

Brigham Lou, b 945 N Senate av. 

Brig-ht Charles, lineman, b 127 N East. 

Brig-ht Chester W, lineman, h 49 S Gale 
(B). 

Brig-ht David L, b 48 Edward (W I). 

Bright Edward, elk, h 48 Edward (W I). 

Bright Henry J, lab, h 27 Biddle. 

Bright Louis G, sign writer, r 174 W Wash- 
ington. 

Bright Marshall E, elk, h 48 Edward (W^ I). 

Bright Martha, r 149 N Penn. 

Bright Wilson, lab. h 34 St Paul. 

Brighton Walter, mach. h 122 S Pine. 

Brill Albert, shoes and furngs, 314 E Wash- 
ington, h same. 

BRILL. JAMES H, Pliysioian, 310 IV New 
Jersey, li same; Tel 1135. 

Brill Jennie, h 18 Columbia al. 

Brill John C, dyer, 95 N Illinois and 38 Mass 
av, h 86 Greer. 

Brill John C, tmstr, h w s Sherman Drive 
2 n of Michigan. 

BRILUHART CLAUD I, Contractor for 
All Kinds of Sewers, 130 Micbigaott 
av, b same. 

Brillhart George A, foreman Claud I Brill- 
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Brimm Sallie H (wid George M), dressmkr, 
170 Madison av, h same. 

Brindley Henry G, foreman, h 339 S Ala- 
bama. 

Briner Ellen, b 474 Bellefontaine. 

Bringham Margaret (wid John), h 170 
Dougherty. 

Brinicombe Harry, mach, h 438 Cornell av. 

Brininstool Carrie, milliner, 1556 N Illinois, 
h same. 

Brininstool Joseph L, solr N Y Life Ins Co, 
h 1556 N Illinois. 

Brink August W, tailor, h 733 E 7th. 

Brink Caroline (wid Wm), h 504 S East. 

BRINK CHRISTIAN, Trust Officer Tlie 
Indiana Trnst Co, h 333 N Capitol av. 

Brink Frederick W, h 451 Madison av. 
Brink Frederick W jr, mach hd, b 451 Mad- 
ison av. 



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Brink Henry P, 

Brink Henry W, 
and Raymond. 

Brink Lina, dressmkr, 504 S East, b same. 

Brink Louis H, cutter Wm Schoppenhorst, 
h 14 Barth av. 

Brink Wm F, uphlr, h w s Wallack 2 n 
of Raymond. 

Brink Wm H, cabtmkr, b 563 Madison av. 

Brinker August, h 174 W New York. 

Brinker Frederick W, elk, b 1098 N Merid- 
ian. 

Brinker Frederick W, mach hd, b 174 W 
New York. 

Brinker Henry C (Brinker & Habeney), h 
1098 N Meridian. 

BRINK:E}R & HABENEY (Henry C 
Brinker, Henry F Habeney), Mnfrs 
of Cigar Boxes and Dealers in Cigar 
Mnfrs' Supplies, Labels, Ribbons. 
Flavors, Etc, 174-lSO W Court; Tel 
1685. (See adv in classified Box 
Manufacturers — Cigar.) 

Brinkley Jonas P, elk, h 31 
Brinkman Anton C, grocer, 

same. 
Brinkman Catherine, seamstress, b S e cor 

Mass av and Atlas. 
Brinkman Catherine (wid Frederick J), h 

277 Keystone av. 
Brinkman Catharine M (wid Joseph H), h 

48 S Stuart (B). 
Brinkman Charles F, car rep, h 178 Jeffer- 
son av. 
Brinkman Charles F jr, pressfeeder, b 178 

Jefferson av. 
Brinkman Charles H, watchmkr, b 526 E 

Ohio. 
Brinkman Charles O, mach, b 48 S Stuart 

(B). 
Brinkman Christian, lab, b 128 Blake. 
Brinkman Christian F, elk, b 765 S Bast. 
Brinkman Frank F, gasfitter, b 526 B Ohio. 
Brinkman Frank H, carp, h 526 E Ohio. 
Brinkman Frederick, carp, 229 Keystone av, 

h same. 
Brinkman Herman H, foreman E C Atkins 

& Co, h 273 Jefferson av. 
Brinkman John, lab, h 829 B 9th. 
Brinkman John C, boilermkr, h 42 S Stuart 

(B). 
Brinkman John H, bricklyr, h 264 S Ala- 
bama. 
Brinkman Joseph, lab, h 6 Roseline. 
Brinkman Joseph H, saloon, 195 Shelby, h 

33 Willow. 
Brinkman Louis P, presser, h 44 S Shade. 
Brinkman Samuel, lab, h 128 Blake. 



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Brinkman Wm F. cigarmkr, h 161 Laurel. 
Brinkmann Arnold H, cigarmkr, h 573 E St 

Clair. 
Brinkmann Christian F, carp, h n e cor 

Jefferson and St Peter. 
Brinkmann Mary S L (wid Christian), h 191 

Lincoln la. 
Brinkmeyer Edward G F, bkkpr Woodford 

& Po'hlman, h 636 E Ohio. 
Brinkmeyer Frederick J, trav agt J C Perry 

& Co, b 240 Davidson. 
Brinkmeyer George C (J C Perry & Co), h 

640 N Penn. 
Brinkmeyer Gustave H, bkkpr J C Perry & 

Co, b 240 Davidson. 
Brinkmeyer John F, elk Woodford & Pohl- 

man, h 234 Davidson. 
Brinkmeyer John H, pres Pioneer Brass 

Works, h 630 E Ohio. 
Brinkmeyer Louis G, janitor, b 48 Randolph. 
Brinkmeyer Mary C (wid George H), h 240 

Davidson. 
Brinnick Wm E, switchman, h 168i/^ N Pine. 
Brisbin George, molder, b 337 Elizabeth. 
Brisbin Jefferson M, lab, h 28 Morton. 
Brisbin Robert S, tmstr, h 337 Elizabeth. 
Brisbin Timothy, mach hd, h 339 Elizabeth. 
Briscoe John, lab, b 330 Douglass. 

Briscoe John W, lab, h 37 Eastern av. 

Briscoe Jordan, express, r 318 B Court. 

Briscoe Thomas J, driver, h 330 Douglass. 

Briscoe Wm, lab, r 374 Muskingum al. 

Brisentine Edmond, mach hd, b e s Rural 
2 s of Park (B). 

Brisky Moses L, shoemkr, 29 W Ohio, r 187 
S Illinois. 

Brison Martin, elk Original Eagle, h 28 Bis- 
marck av (H). 

Bristol Charles, fireman, b 55 English av. 

Bristol Charles W, foreman, h 293 N Lib- 
erty. 

Bristor Wm A, h 95 Highland pi. 

Bristor Wm A, h 536 N Capitol av. 

Bristow David H, carp, h 154 Shelby. 

Bristow Frank W, tmstr, b 244 Coburn. 

Bristow George V, elk, h 422 Central av. 

Bristow Joseph, h 422 Central av. 

Bristow Joseph A, painter, h 58 Mayhew. 

Bristow Lew C, waiter, b 194 B Washington. 



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Bristow Thomas J. tiler, b 303 S Meridian. 
Bristow Wilford, mer police, h 244. Coburn. 
Bristow "\Vm. motorman, h 216 Ash. 
Bristow Wm. lab. h 550 N Missouri. 
Bristow "\Vm M, painter, h 170 W Market. 
Britan Willis W. printer, h 13S S Summit. 
Briit Jerome J. sawver. h 133 Fulton. 
Britt Peter H. elk. h 308 Shelby. 
Brittain James F. lab, b 623 W Vermont. 
Brittenback J Wm, carp, h cor Russell av 

and S Illinois. 
Britton Arthur A, carp, h 582 W Pearl. 
Britton Artie A, lab, h 260 W Washington. 

BRITTOX CHARLES O, Funeral Di- 
rector and Enibalmer, 51 Indiana av, 
cor Capitol av, Tel 1579; h 114 Cbad- 
■wick. 

Britton Charles O, loans, 12 Fletcher Bank 

bldg, b 115 E Michigan 
Britton George, lab, h 191 W 9th. 
Britton George, lab, h 24 Tacoma av. 
Britton George P, carp, h 156i^ Martlndale 

av. 
Britton George P, carp, h 484 W Ontario 

(N I). 
Britton John F, mach hd, h 103 Birch av 

(W I). 
Britton Martin L, trav agt Ry Officials' and 

Employes' Accident Assn, h 243 N Dela- 
ware. 
Britton Mary, h 243 N Delaware. 
Britton Oscar F, dentist, 281/2 B Ohio, h 115 

E Michigan. 
Britton Theodore, mach, b 103 Birch av (W 

Britton Wm M, lab, h 242 W 22d. 

Britz John, elk Nordyke & Marmon Co, h 
194 Nebraska. 

Broader Lew, brakeman, b 13 Belmont av. 

Broadhurst Joseph H, painter, b 101 Shelby. 

Broadie George, cook, h 224 W Wabash. 

Broadnax Wm H, porter, r 350 Superior. 

Broadstreet George F, lab, h s s 6th 1 e of 
Capitol av. 

Broadus Philip, porter Kahn Tailoring Co, 
h 163 Alvord. 

Broady George A, supt South Side Dis- 
pensary, h 588 Virginia av. 



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Brochhausen Anna M, critic Public School 
No 4, b 174 Madison av. 

Brochhausen Peter J, h 174 Madison av. 

Brochhausen Swebert J, saloon, 2 Buchan- 
an, b 174 Madison av. 

Brochhausen Wm R, stereotyper, b 174 
Madison av. 

Brock Charles A, elk, b 1094 W Vermont. 

Brock Claude, lab, b 120 Duncan. 

Brock Benjamin, foreman, b 86 E Ohio. 

Brock Edward, lab, b 90 W McCarty. 

Brock Elizabeth (wid James), h 395 S Cap- 
itol av. 

Brock Elizabeth S (wid Gaines R), music 
teacher, 23 Hosbrook, h same. 

Brock George H, carp, h w s Arlington av 
1 n of W^alnut av (I). 

Brock Henry L, lab, h 137 King av (H). 

Brock John W, motorman, h 1094 W Ver- 
mont. 

Brock Joseph, foreman, b 86 E Ohio. 

Brock Thomas, livery, 407 Virginia av, h 264 
Huron. 

Brocking August E, cabtmkr, h 234 Hoyt 
av. 

Brocking Carl L, elk, b 43 Wyoming. 

Brocking Ernest D, drayman, h 43 Wy» 
oming. 

Brocking Henry, pressfeeder, b 43 Wy- 
oming. 

Brockmeler Charles, gardener, b s w cor 
Raymond and Ransdell. 

Brockway Asahel, carp, b 477 Charles. 

Brockway Charles A, helper, b 420 N Pine. 

Brockway Henry R, lab, h 420 N Pine. 

Brockway Osmer C, h 1055 N Capitol av. 

Brockway Wm H, elk, h 76 W Walnut. 

Brodbeck Harry C (H C Brodbeck & Co), 
h 923 N Alabama. 

Brodbeck H C & Co (Harry C and Town- 
send C Brodbeck), mnfrs' agts, 146 S Me- 
ridian. 

Brodbeck Percy R, elk, b 923 N Alabama. 

Brodbeck Townsend C (H C Brodbeck & 
Co), b 923 N Alabama. 

Broden Fannie K, elk, b 379 Beville av. 

Broden Frank J, pressman, b 379 Ramsey 
av. 

Broden James, mach, h 50 Sinker. 

Broden James, molder, h 271 E New York. 

Broden James jr (M O'Connor & Co), h n 
w cor 10th and Alabama. 

Broden James F, tel opr Indpls Brewg Co, 
b 122 High. 

Broden Michael J, printer, h 379 Ramsey 
av. 

Broden Thomas J, molder, h 122 High. 

Broden James, lab, h 633 W Vermont. 

Broderick Daniel J, lab, h 41 Davis. 

Broderick Daniel, lab, b 179 W South. 

Broderick James, bartndr, b 220 S Missouri. 

Broderick John, coremkr, b 25 Holmes av 
(H). 

Broderick John, driver, b Enterprise Hotel. 

Broderick Martin, lab, b 25 Holmes av (H). 

Broderick Mary A (wid Michael), h 13 Gar- 
land (W I). ' 

Broderick Michael, lab, b 58 Church. 

Broderick Michael, lab, h 25 Holmes av (H). 

Broderick Michael jr, molder, b 25 Holmes 
av (H). 

Broderick Michael H, lab, b 13 Garland 
(W I). 

Broderick Patrick, lab, b 179 W South. 

Broderick Patrick H, bartndr, b 25 Holmes 
av (H). 

Broderick Thomas, lab, b 179 W South. 

Broe Andrew, sawmkr, b 298 S Capitol av. 

Broecker Paul, butcher, b 326 W Vermont. 



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Brocking Augusta (wid Christian), b 144 

Union. 
Broeking Charles D, elk Francke & Schind- 

ler, h 246 Bellefontaine. 
Broeking Edward D, finisher, b 168 Huron. 
Broeking Frank A, elk Francke & Schin- 

dler, h 143 Union. 
Broeking Frederick H, lab, h 16S Huron. 
Broeking Louis F, mach, b 168 Huron. 
Brogan Anna (wid Patrick), b 24 Jones. 
Brogan Ellen (wid Dennis), b 28 Abbott. 
Brogan James M, collarmkr, h 157 Wood- 
lawn av. 
Brogan Richard, lab, b 28 Abbott. 
BROICH CHARLES H, Drngrgist, 588 S 

Itferidian, li 326 Union, Tel 380. 
Broich Max, driver, b 514 E Washington. 
Brokaw Isaac E, bkkpr, h 576 Bellefontaine. 
Brokaw Samuel H, condr, r 591/2 N Illinois. 
Bromberger Maurice, agt, b 505 S Capitol 

av. 
Bromley, see also Bru.nley. 
Bromley Charles D, elk, h 954 W Vermont. 
Bromley Wm J, ins, b 123 E Michigan. 
Bromm Christian, baker, 17 Shelby, confr, 

20 E Mkt House, h 17 Shelby. 
Brommer Frederick, painter, rear 524 E 

Washington, h same. 
Brommer Frederick jr, city fireman, h 524 

E Washington. 
Brommer Wm F, bartndr, b rear 524 E 

Washington. 
Bromstrup Henry, lab, h 279 Bates. 
Bromstrup Wm C, painter, b 279 Bates. 
Bromwell Harry P, lab, b 275 E Ohio. 
Bronaugh John W, elk, b 247 N West. 
Bronk Eugene, elk, r 171 W Ohio. 
Bronner Lawson, lab, h i86 Miami. 
Bronson, see also Brunson. 
Bronson Bessie, stenog, b 1696 N Illinois. 
Bronson Charles S, supt E C Atkins & Co, 

h 63 Middle Drive (W P). 
Bronson Eveline A (wid Reese H), b 102 

Park av. 
Bronson Frank, sawyer, h 440 Chestnut. 
Bronson Frank F, teacher Industrial 

School, b 225 N Capitol av. 
Bronson Harry B, bridge carp C C C & St 

L. Ry, h 261 English av. 

BRONSOIV HENRY M, Asst Genl Pass 
Agt C C C & St Li Ry (Big Four 
Route), 1 E Washington, Tel 374; li 
325 N Capitol av. 

Bronson Mary, r 26 Ryan blk. 

Bronson Mary (wid Ely M), h 517 N New 
Jersey. 

Bronstein Jacob, h 96 Eddy. 

Brooke Thomas H C, h 308 W Michigan. 

Brooke Wm L, special examiner U S Pen- 
sion Bureau, h 61 Ash. 

Brookman Wm, motorman, b 770 W Wash- 
ington. 

Brooks Albert S, lab, b 229 W Washington. 

Brooks Alice D (wid Bennett), h 30 S Gale 
(B). 

Brooks Anna (wid Peter), b 94 N Judge 
Harding (W I). 

Brooks Archibald C, coachman 374 College 
av. 

Brooks Arthur J, lumber, r 75 E Ohio. 

Brooks Bartholomew D, planing mill, N 
Judge Harding nr Morris, h 94 N Judge 
Harding (W I). 

Brooks Burrell, lab, b 2291/2 E Washington. 

Brooks Calvin F, barber, h 30 Chapel. 

Brooks Charles E, asst treas Natl Mallea- 
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Brooks Clementine, h s e cor Schofield av 

and Belle. 
Brooks Daisy, teacher Public School No 9. 

b 131 N New Jersey. 
Brooks David J, temperer, h 400 S East. 
Brooks Edmund P, elk L E & W R R, h 

154 Randolph. 
Brooks Edward, bricklyr, b 477 S Meridian. 
Brooks Edward, lab, b 132 W Ohio. 
Brooks Edward, carp, b George Brooks. 
Brooks George, carp, h w s Judge Hard'ng 

1 s of Washington (W I). 
Brooks Harriet (wid Samuel), h 99 Divi- 
sion (W I). 
Brooks Harry, motorman, b 1063 N Capitol 

av. 
Brooks Horatio M, policeman Insane Hos- 
pital, h e s Laura 2 s of Washington 

(MJ). 
Brooks Jacob R, engr, h 437 E Washmgton. 
Brooks James W H, driver, h 30 N Judge 

Harding (W I). 
Brooks Jeremiah, lab, h w s Burgess av 1 

s of C H & D Ry (I). 
Brooks Jesse, painter, 325 N Noble, b same. 
Brooks Jesse W, agt, r 564 N Meridian. 
Brooks John, h 325 N Noble. 
Brooks John, agt, h w s Schurman av 3 s 

of Wells (N I). 
Brooks John W, bricklyr, h 291 Broadway. 
Brooks John W, lab, b 48 Vincennes (W I). 
Brooks Joseph E, bricklyr, r 268 S Illinois. 
Brooks Laura (wid Samuel), h e s Miami O 

9 s of Prospect. B 

Brooks Leroy D, fireman, h 55 Foundry (B). g 
Brooks Louis C, cook, b 139 B Washington. * 
Brooks Margaret M (wid Frank), h 800 E g 

Market. ~ 

Brooks Noah, brick mnfr, w s Sherman ^^ 

Drive 1 s of Clifford av, h e s Ellis 1 s of g g 

Clifford av. ^ p 

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Walter C Davisson Sec and Treas, ^ m S 

488 E Michigan, Tel 460. ^ ^ (J) 

Brooks Orion W. fireman, h 855 Cornell av. c) "Q 
Brooks Porter D, fireman, h 283 Fletcher <^ Q 

av. w 3 

Brooks Sabie J (wid Nathan), h 87 Spring- • (fi 

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Brooks Salena (wid John), h 477 S Merid- 
ian. 

Brooks Thomas, bookbndr Wm B Burford, 
h 112 Shelby. 

Brooks Thomas E, brakeman, h 14 Detroit. 

Brooks Violet (wid Henry), h rear 422 N 
East. 

Brooks Warren, lab, b 55 Foundry (B). 

Brooks Willard M, lab, h 631 S West. 

Brooks Wm E, finisher, h 110 River av 
(W I). 

Brooks Wm S, lab, b e s Perkins pike 2 s 
of C C C & St L Ry. 

Brookshire Frederick, drugrgist Henry J 
Huder, r 150 N Illinois. 

Brooksmith George, elk N Y Store, r 131 W 
Ohio. 

Brooksmith Louis, b 168 Fletcher av. 

Broom John E, h 223 W South. 

Brophy Peter, watchman, b Senate Hotel. 

Broshear Ephraim, lab, h 29 Poplar. 

Brosius Georg-e W, lab, h 299 N Pine. 

Brosnan. see also Bresnan. 

Brosnan Bros (John D and Daniel D), dry 
goods, 39 S Illinois. 

Brosnan Daniel D (Brosnan Bros), h 745 N 
Delaware. 

Brosnan Dennis, polisher, b 272 W MerrilL 

Brosnan Frederick, h 310 N Noble. 

Brosnan James T, cloaks, 52 N Illinois, h 
495 N West. 

Brosnan John D (Brosnan Bros), h 749 N 
Delaware. 

Brossel Hubert, shoemkr, 78 N Illinois, h 
same. 

Brothers Charles H, waiter, r 222 W Mary- 
land. 

Brothers of the Sacred Heart, s w cor Co- 
burn and Short. 

Brough Andrew, sawmkr, b 298 S Capitol 
av. 

Brough Benjamin F, trav agt, h 284 E Ohio. 

Brough John G, agt, b 284 E Ohio. 

Brough John W, r 27 Brandon blk. 

Broughton Moses T, huckster, h 102 Chad- 
wick. 

Broughton Perry, lab, h 95 S William (W I). 

Brouhard John A, lab, h 543i^ W Udell 
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Brouhard Lote, lab, r 163 W Washington. 
Brounley Florence A (wid Bassett B), r 29 

W Vermont. 
Brouse Charles W (Charles W Brouse & 

Co), h e s Ritter av 2 s of University 

av (I). 
Brouse Chaj-les W & Co (Charles W Brouse, 

Wm H H Graham), real est, 961/2 E 

Market. 
Brouse David W, asst undertaker F A 

Blanchard, h 391 N East. 
Brouse Elmer M, driver, h 1536 N Meridian. 
Brouse, Hattie E, cashr, b 391 N East. 
Brouse Louise, teacher, b e s Ritter av 2 

s of University av (I). 
Brouse Mary T, teacher Public School* No 

6, b e s Ritter av 2 s of University av (I). 
Brouse Thomas W, h 72 Broadway. 
Brouse Wm. A, bkkpr, b 391 N Bast. 
Browder Cornelius D (Browder & Shover), 

h 390 Ash. 
Browder Daniel, lab, h 1659 N Senate av. 
Browder Wilbur F (Clifford, Browder & 

Moffett), h 358 Talbott av. 
Browder & Shover (Corneluis D Browder, 

Amos P Shover), contractors, 54 Ingalls 

blk. 
Brower Abraham G (Brower & Love Bros), 

res Utica, N Y. 
Brower Daniel W, agt, h 443 E Ohio. 
Brower Ellen M, dressmkrs, 443 B Ohio, h 
. same. 

Brower Henry, r 268 W Merrill. 
BROWER & LOVE BROS (Abram G 

Brower, Jolin R and Hng:b M liove), 

Proprs Indiana Warp Mills, e bank 

of Wbite River n of National road. 

Tel 623. 
Brown, see also Braun. 
Brown Aaron, lab, b 119 Martindale av. 
Brown Aaron, carriagemkr, h 223 E Ver- 
mont. 
Brown Ada B, asst bkkpr Globe Accident 

Ins Co, b 383 N Alabama. 
Brown Adelene C (wid Erbin H), b 516 Park 

av. 
Brown Adam, cook, b 214 Middle. 
Brown Agnes C (wid James W), h cor 

Broadway and Bedford av. 
Brown Albert, butcher, r 117 Lincoln la. 
Brown Albert, carp, h 503 B Uth. 
Brown Albert, carp, h 21 Sharpe. 
Brown Albert, lab, r 1661/2 W Washington. 
Brown Albert, photog, 72i/^ E Washington, 

h same. 
Brown Albert, waiter, r 293 E Miami. 
Brown Albert, weaver, b 14 Stoughton av. 
Brown Albert C, painter, b 163 W South. 
Brown Albert F, lab, h 15 McCauley. 
Brown Albert G, butter, h 184 Bellefon- 

taine. « 

Brown Albert H, sander, b 226 Lexington 

av. 
Brown Albert J, teacher, h s s University 

av 4 w of Central av (I). 
Brown Albert L, barber, r 105 B Washing- 
ton. 
Brown Alexander, bellboy The Denison. 
Brown Alexander, hostler, h 40 Paca. • 
Brown Alexander G, mach hd, h 524 E 

Ohio. 
Brown Alexander M, trav agt McKee Shoe 

Co, r 102 S Meridian. 
Brown Alfred B, salesman Indpls Abattoir 

Co, h 38 Hoyt av. 
Brown Alfred M, cabtmkr, h 226 Fayette. 
Brown Alonzo C, elk, h 226 N Illinois. 
Brown Alonzo F, lab, b S30 N California. 



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Brown 'Alonzo P. mach, h s s Pendleton 

av 2 w Brig-htwood av (B). 
Brown Alonzo F C. lab, b 226 N Illinois. 
Brown Alvin, carp, h 134 Lynn av. 
Brown Alvin W, elk, b 31 Fletcher av. 
Brown Amanda, h 17S E Washington. 
Brown Amanda M, janitress, h 1171 North- 

t; astern av. 
Brown Andrew, lab, ta 91 Woodruff av. 
Blown Andrew, lab, b 466 W 2d. 
Brown Andre .v O, driver, h 6SiA Mass av. 
Brown Anna (wid Antonio), h 297 Alvord. 
Brown Anna M (wid Charles), h 402 Talbott 

av. 
Brown Artie W (wid Henry J), h 28 W New 

York. 
Brown Arthur G, elk, b 411 Park av. 

BROWIV ARTHUR V, Lawyer, 12-13 
Fletcher's Bank Bldg^, li 399 N Me- 
ridian, Tel 1470. 

Brown Asbury C, carp, h 430 Cornell av. 
Brown August, bartndr, b 64 Shelby. 
Brown August J. student, b 227 E Vermont. 
Brown Agusta, stenog. b 304 N Delaware. 
Brown Austin, lab. h 100 E Campbell. 
Brown Austin H, dep Surveyor of Customs 

P O bldg-, b 316 N Meridian. 
Brown A Swan, pres Pettis Dry Goods Co, 

res New York City. 
Brown Bedford, lab, h 347 S Brookside av. 
Brown Benjamin, lab The Bates. 
Brown Benjamin A, phys, 59 E Sutherland 

(B), h 15 same. 
Brown Benjamin F, lab, h 384 S Capitol av. 
Brown Benjamin W, elk Bellis Cycle Co, 

r 2 Stewart pi. 
Brown Bert, g-ardener, b 1052 W Vermont. 
Brown Bessie, elk, h 19i/^ N Meridian. 
Brown Brazelton T, supt. h 39 E South. 
Brown Brice P, trav agt Indpls Fancy Gro- 
cery Co, h 120 Spann av. 
Brown Calvin S, lab, h 567 W Shoemaker 

(N I). 
Brown Carl M, photog-, h 29 Harlan. 
Brov/n Caroline (wid Henry), h 157 Agnes. 
Brown Carrie (wid George), h rear 23 W 

Ohio. 
Brown Carrie P, b 300 W Addison (N I). 
Brown Cary H. elk, h 491 Broadway. 
Brown Cassander (wid Alexander), b 525 

N Alabama. 
Brown Chalmers, pres Railway OfHcials' 

and Employes' Accident Assn and pres 

Bellis Cycle Co, h 72 The Blacherne. 
Brown Charles, barber, 342 E Washington, 

h same. 
Brown Charles, buyer, h 32 N Reisner (W 

I). 
Brown Charles, photog-, 121 W Washington, 

r 413 N Illinois. 
Brown Charles, plastr, b 93 Division (W I). 
Brown Charles, porter, h SSVz S Illinois. 
Brown Charles, tel opr, b n s Prospect 1 

e of Belt R R. 
Brown Charles A, asst City Engineer, h 163 

Hoyt av. 
Brown Charles B, waiter, r 190 E Market. 
Brown Charles C, collr O J Conrad, h 158 

E St Joseph. 
Brown Charles C, consulting- engr Central 

Engineering Co, 225 Lemcke bldg, h 525 N 

Delaware. 
Brown Charles E, lab, b 26 McCauIey. 
Brown Charles F, cabtmkr, h 374 Orange. 
Brown Charles H, elk, h 292 N California. 
Brown Charles H, cutter Grafftey, Ault & 

Co, b 413 N Illinois. 
Brown Charles H, mach, h 1105 E Ohio. 



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Brown Charles J, switchman, h 305 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Brown Charles W, barber, h 289 Blake. 

Brown Charlotte (wid Oliver J), b 536 Col- 
lege av. 

Brown Christopher C, barber, 441 W Mich- 
igan, h 146 Minerva. 

Brown Clara, h 123 Yandes. 

Brown Clark Rev (Brown & Smith), h 92 
Division (W I). 

Brown Danforth, ins agt, h 1124 N Meridian. 

Brown Daniel H, student, b 458 N Califor- 
nia. 

BROWIV DANIEL. L., State Mngr Massa- 
cliusetts Benefit Life Association, 
Rooms 9-10 Baldwin Blk, li 249 N 
Delaware. 

Brown Daniel L jr, student, b 249 N Del- 
aware. 

Brown Darwin, collr C F Adams Co, b 205 
Dougherty. 

Brown David, lab, h 307 Fayette. 

Brown David M, carp, r 351 N Senate av. 

Brown Delia, teacher, h 33 Rockwood. 

Brown Demarchus C, librarian and prof 
Butler College, h s w cor Washington and 
National avs (I). 

Brown Dennis, cooper, h 228 Hamilton av. 

Brown Dora W, b 141 Locke. 

Brown Drucy, h e s Auburn av 6 s of Beth- ' 
el av. 

BROWN EDGAR A, Lawyer, 8S-90 Lorn- ; 
bard Bldg:, Tel 1527; li 200 Broadway." 

Brown Edgar B, m.older, h 10 Belmont av 
(H). 

Brown Edgar M, trav agt, b 1020 N Capitol 
av. 

Brown Edward, lab, b 142 Lynn av (W I). 

Brown Edward A, student, r 106i/> E New 
York. 

Brown Edward F, b 24 S Summit. 

Brown Edward G, mach hd, ta 202 W Wal- 
nut. 

Brown Edward J, tmstr, ta Jacob Brown. 

Brown Edward L, barber, r 128 Indiana av. 

Brown Edward L, fireman, h 256 Huron. 



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Brown Edwin R, porter, r 139 W Washing- 
ton. 
Brown Eleanore (wid Wm L), attendant 

Insane Hospital. 
Brown Eli F, phj-s. 296 E Michigan, h same. 
Brown Eli P (Eli P Brown & Co), h 1187 

N Illinois. 
Brown Eli P & Co (Eli P Brown), brokers, 

25 Board of Trade bldg. 
Brown Elijah P, editor, h 220 Ash. 
Brown Elisha M, mach hd, b 115 River av 

(W I). 
Brown Eliza, h 2271/2 Muskingum al. 
Brown Eliza (wid Abram), h IS N Rural. 
Brown Eliza J (wid Thomas D), r 61% N 

Penn. 
Brown Elizabeth (wid George P C), h 383 

N Alabama. 
Brown Elizabeth (wid Levi), b 38 Arbor av 

(W I). 
Brown Elizabeth (wid Louis), h 125 Blake. 
Brown Ellis, cooper, h 5 Bates al. 
Brown Elmer, coachman, h rear 811 N Me- 
ridian. 
Brown Elmer E, sewing machines, 194 Vir- 
ginia av, r 381^ Kentucky av. 
Brown Elmer W, chemist, b 360 S New 

Jersev. 
Brown Emma V (wid Wm H), teacher 
Public School No 23, h 215 Northwestern 
av. 
Brown Emory F, brakeman, h 1608 N 

Illinois. 
Brown Ernest, filer, b 22 Wyoming. 
Brown Ernest F, elk Brown-Ketcham Iron 
' Wks. b 280 N Meridian. 
' Brown Ernest M, dairy, n w cor 22d and 
Baltimore av, h same. 
Brown Ethan A, storekpr, h 132 Bellefon- 
I taJne. 

. Brown Everett, molder, h 105 Germania av 
; (H). 

i Brown E Walker, b 24 S Summit. 
• Brown Fanny (wid Wm). b 1125 N Meridian. 
' Brown Fanny (wid John), b 30 Hiatt (W I). 
I Brown Flora (wid Henry), b 750 N Illinois. 
I Brown Francis M, engr, h 170 Columbia av. 
. Brown Frank, coachman 960 N Penn. 
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Brown Frank, driver, h 190 E Ohio. 
Brown Frank, lab, r 175% E Washington. 
Brown Frank D, brakeman, h 238 Brookside 

av. 
Brown Frank E, shoes, 156 E Washington, 

b 82 N East. 
Brown Frank F, h 200 E St Joseph. 
Brown Frank L, driver, h 190 E Market. 
Brown Frankland T, lab, h 37 N McLain 

(W I). 
Brown Frederick, elk, h 414 W Udell (N I). 
Brown Frederick L, elk, h 14 S Gillard av. 
Brown Garrett, lab, h e s Rural 7 s of 

Sutherland (B). 
Brown Garrett A, salesman Indpls Abattoir 

Co, b 437 Central av. 
Brown George, baker, b 77 Columbia av. 
Brown George, bellboy The Denison. 
Brown George, lab, h 26 Leon. 
Brown George, lab, b 227% Muskingum al. 
Brown George, lab, b 382y2 E 9th. 
Brown George, lab, b IH Roanoke. 
Brown George, lab, b 21 Sharpe. 
Brown George, lab, b 381 N Senate av. 
Brown George, marshal, h 226 Lexington av. 
Brown George H, engr, h 185 Brookside av. 
Brown George O, h 127 W Michigan. 
Brown George P, h s s Railroad 1 w of Cen- 
tral av (I). 
Brown George R, stenog Ferdinand Winter 

and notary public, b 200 Broadway. 
Brown George T, dairy, n s Bethel av 1 e 

of Auburn av, h same. 
Brown George T, painter, h 370 Orange. 
Brown George W, h s w cor University and 

Downey avs (I). 
Brown George W, boarding 76 E New York. 
Brown George W^, in charge of salesmen 

Nordyke & Marmon Co, h 120 Middle 

Drive (W P). 
Brown George W, lab, h 341 W Market. 
Brown George W, lab, h 1180 Northwestern 

av (N I). 
Brown George W jr, lab, h 1176 Northwest- 
ern av (N I). 
Brown George W, painter, h w s Addison 2 

s of Washington (M J). 
Brown George W, painter, 29 Keith, h same. 
Brown George W, salesman Indpls Abattoir 

Co, h 437 Central av. 
Brown George W, sec Ger Am Bldg Assn, 

h 375 N Alabama. 
Brown Georgiana, b rear 226 E Washington. 
Brown G Charles, saloon, 66 Shelby, h 64 

same. 
Brown Grace C (wid Nicholas H), bkkpr, 

h e s Butler av 1 s of P C C & St L Ry (I). 
Brown Grant, lab, b 137 Broadway. 
Brown Gussie F, attendant Public Library, 

b 132 Bellefontaine. 
Brown Guy C, collr, b 1308 N Capitol av. 
Brown Harmon, lab, b 71 Minerva. 
Brown Harold C, printer, b 1308 N Capitol 

av. 
Brown Harriet (wid Ellison), h 414 W Udell 

(N I). 
Brown Harrison, lab, h 30 St Peter. 
Brown Harry, lab, h 881 Mass av. 
Brown Harry, mach hd, b 58 Temple av. 
Brown Harry E, rep, b 308 N Pine. 
Brown Harry G, reporter The Indpls Sen- 
tinel, h 42 The Blacherne. 
Brown Harry S (Reagan & Brown), r 76 W 

North. 
Brown Harry T, lab, b 37 N McLain (W I). 
Brown Harry W, lab, b 344 W North. 
Brown Henry W, plumber, b 22 Wyoming. 
Brown Helena C (wid Adrian D), drugs, 

1310 N Capitol av, h 1308 same. 



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Brown Henry, carp, h 25 Palmer. 
Brown Henry, lab, b 114 Roanoke. 
Brown Henry E, molder, h 36 Bismarck 

av (H). 
Brown Henry H, polisher, h 80 Weghorst. 
Brown Henry L, cashr Daniel Stewart Co, 

h 286 Lincoln av. 
Brown Henry L, grocer, 356 Indiana av, 

h same. 
Brown Henry O, stenog. b 227 B Vermont. 
Brown Herbert P, lawyer, 720 Lemcke bldg, 

r 421 Broadway. 
Brown Herman, lab, h 71 Minerva. 
Brown Hilton U, city editor The Indpls 

News, h s w cor National and Washing- 
ton avs (I). 
Brown Hiram, chief elk Thomas C Day & 

Co, h 520 Central av. 
Brown Horace G, r IBTV2 Mass av. 
Brown Hubert, elk, b 203 N West. 
Brown Hugo R, elk, b 276 Spring. 
Brown Ignatius (I & L M Brown), r 23 

Baldwin blk. 
Brown Irving S, asst supt N Y Store, h 

805 N Meridian. 
Brown Isaac B, lab, h 152 Lee (W I). 
Brown Isaac I, plastr. h 359 S East. 
Brown Isaac L, carp, h e s Brightwood av 

7 s of Willow (B). 

BROWN I <& L M (Igna,tins and Lynd.. 
say M), Abstracts of Titles, 66 E Mar- 
ket. 

Brown Jacob, farmer, h e s Lincoln av 2 
s of C C C & St L Ry (M J). 

Brown Jacob C, letter carrier P O, h 120 
Weghorst. 

Brown Jacob M, elk, h 159 Michigan (H). 

Brown Jacob P, electrician, r 8 Grand Op- 
era House blk. 

Brown James, carp, h s e cor Davidge and 
Sheldon. 

Brown James, lab, b 82 Yandes. 

Brown James, lab The Bates. 

Brown James, lab, b n s Bethel av 1 e of 
Auburn av. 

Brown James, plastr, b 86 Martindale av. 

Brown James A, barber, 174 Virginia av, 
h same. 

Brown James A, driver, h 33 Rockwood. 

Brown James A, lab, b 384 S Capitol av. 

Brown James B, plastr, h 1354 N Capitol 
av. 

Brown James D, paperhngr, b 132 E Wal- 
nut. 

Brown James E, coachman, h 200 Middle. 

Brown James B (Brown & Jones), h 448 
Park av. 

Brown James H, foreman, h 11 S Gale (B). 

Brown James M, assembler, h 202 W Wal- 
nut. 

Brown James O, lab, b 26 Eastern av. 

Brown James W, brakeman, h 3 Taylor av. 

Brown James W, la,b, h 13 Prazee (H). 

Brown James W, lab, h 71 Hazel. 

Brown Jeanette, stenog McKee Shoe Co, b 
312 College av. 

Brown Jennie M, nurse Asylum for Friend- 
less Colored Children. 

Brown Jeremiah, h 450 N West. 

Brown Jesse C, janitor Public School No 
25, h 272 S New Jersey. 

Brown Jesse H, h 421 Broadway. 

Brown John, h 347 S State av. 

Brown John, elk H P Wasson & Co, r 291 
B New York. 

Brown John, lab, b 199 W 3d. 

Brown John, lab, b 326 W Maryland. 

Brown John, lab, r 190 E Market. 



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Brown John, plastr, h 229 Mass av. 

Brown John, sawmkr, h 430 S Illinois. 

Brown John, waiter, b 307 Payette. 

Brown John A, blksmith, h 150 Lee (W I). 

Brown John D, carp, 824 College av, h same. 

Brown John E, horseshoer, b 174 Talbott av. 

Brown John G, h 304 N New Jersey. 

Brown John H, car rep, b 35 Spann av. 

Brown John H P, tinner, h 205 Dougherty. 

Brown John J, lab, h 26 McCauley. 

Brown John L, elk, b 125 Lynn av (W I). 

Brown John O, fireman, b 3 N Gale (B). 

Brown John R, phys, 8 Sterling, h same. 

Brown John S, elk, h 33 Rockwood. 

Brown John T, bartndr, h 45% Virginia av. 

Brown John W, appraiser Ger Am Bldg 
Assn, h 82 N East. 

Brown John W, fireman, h 1 Taylor av. 

Brown John W, harnessmkr, h 180 Elm. 

Brown John W, ironwkr, r 94 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Brown John W, janitor Wilson blk, h same. 

Brown John W, shoemkr, h lli^ W Wash- 
ington. 

Brown John W jr, coUr People's Outfitting 
Co, b 111^ W Washington. 

Brown Joseph, elk Exchange Hotel (W I). 

Brown Joseph, lab, h 82 Adams. 

Brown Joseph, tmstr, b 222 W 8th. 

Brown Joseph A, checkman, h 1125 B Mich- 
igan. 

Brown Joseph B, carp, b 29 Nebraska. 

Brown Joseph B, lab, h 7 Hillside av. 

BROWN JOSEPH D, Agt American Ex-' 
press Co, 5 E Washington, li 1125 N 
Meridian; Tel 376. 

Brown Joseph P, dep County Clerk, h 92 
N State av. 

Brown Joseph H, cementer, r 1901/^ S Illi- 
nois. 

Brown Joseph H, elk, h 420 W Michigan. 

Brown Joseph H, tinner, 18 Prospect, h 
43 Woodlawn av. 

Brown Joseph P, h 1058 N New Jersey. 

Brown Josephus, hostler, h 226 W Vermont. 

Brown Julia, h 177 N West. 

Brown J Burgess, h 1501 N Illinois. 

Brown J Burgess jr, b 1501 N Illinois. 



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Brown J Wylej', plastr, h 192 Hillside av. 

Brown Kate (wid Anderson T), b 378 La- 
fayette. 

Brown Katherine W (wid George), h 12 The 
Blacherne. 

BROW'X-KETCHAM IRON WORKS 

THE, AVni H Brown Pres, Jolin L 
Ketcliani Sec aud Treas, Wm R 
Brown Snpt, Michigan, Hanghville; 
Tel 5. 

Brown Laura S, h 20^^ N Delaware. 

Brown Leathey (wid Wm D), h 229 E Mar- 
ket. 

Brown Leonard H, county rd supervisor, h 
e s Baltimore av 2 n of 22d. 

Brown Leroy, elk P C C & St L Ry, h 14 
S Gillard av. 

Brown Lewis, barber, h 173 W North. 

Brown Lewis J, collr Indpls Abattoir Co, 
b 437 Central av. 

Brown Lot H, elk H P Wasson & Co, h 1112 
N Penn. 

Brown Louis, overall mnfr, 82 N Liberty, 
h same. 

Brown Louis jr, elk, b 82 N Liberty. 

Brown Louisa K (wid Henry T), h 227 E 
Vermont. 

Brown Louise S (wid Frank), h 499 E 9th. 

Brown Lourie O, elk, h 33 Roekwood. 

Brown Lucia L, teacher Public School No 
39, b 347 S State av. 

Brown Lucille (wid Benjamin M), h 116 
Spann av. 

Brown Lulu, stenog Kingan & Co ltd, b 
257 N Illinois. 

Brown Lundy J, lab, b 168 Martindale av. 

Brown Lydia F, teacher Public School No 
3, b 437 Central av. 

Brown Lyndsay M (I & L M Brown), r 
276 N Alabama. 

Brown L Elmer, elk Ry Officials' and Em- 
ployers' Accident Assn, r 2 Stewart pi. 

Brown Mahlon S, salesman Daggett & Co, 
h 2.34 Brookside av. 

Brown Malcom C, elk, b 296 E Michigan. 

Brown Malitha A (wid Elisha W), fitter, b 
291/2 Mulberry. 

Brown Mamie I, teacher Public School No 
23, b .349 Columbia av. 



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15 S. Meridian St. 
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Brown-Manly Plow Co, Isaac B Pickett agt, 
170 S Penn. 

Brown Marcus L, mnfrs' agt, 6 Builders' 
Exchange, h 1020 N Capitol av. 

Brown Margaret (wid Robert L), laun- 
dress, h 312 B Court. 

Brown Margaret E, dressmkr, 26314 N New 
Jersey, h same. 

Brown Maria J (wid John), b 289 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Brown Marion L, stenog, b 304 N Dela- 
ware. 

Brown Martha E (wid Emanuel), h 181, East 
Drive (W P). 

Brown Martha L (wid Wm), h 3 N Gale 
(B). 

Brown Mary (wid Alvin M), h 341 W Mary- 
land. 

Brown Mary (wid Henry), b 158 Sheldon. 

Brown Mary (wid Kinzey), h 370 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Brown Mary (wid Matthew), h 341 W Mary- 
land. 

Brown Mary (wid Nicholas), h 215 Doug- 
lass. 

Brown Mary (wid Richard), b 118 N East. 

Brown Mary A, stenog Griffiths & Potts, 
b 438 Central av. 

Brown Mary A, b 470 Stillwell. 

Brown Mary A (wid Samuel), b 139 Wood- 
lawn av. 

Brown Mary C, stenog H T Conde Imple- 
ment Co, b 210 Broadway. 

Brown Mary E, b 565 S Meridian. 

Brown Mary H (wid Wm), h 1680 Kenwood 
av. 

Brown Mary I, teacher Public School No 
13, b 203 E South. 

Brown Mary J, h 115 Darnell. 

Brown Mary W (wid Benjamin F), b w s 
Grand av 3 s of University av (I). 

Brown Mason P, plumber, b 308 N Pine. 

Brown Maurice H, elk Erie Despatch, h 
204 Fayette. 

Brown May, b 229 B Market. 

Brown May (wid Joseph), h rear 384 In- 
diana av. 

Brown Merritt, lab, b 312 B Court. 

Brown Michael, waiter, h 50 Mayhew. 

Brown Minnie (wid Albert), h 22 Wyoming. 

Brown Mittie (wid Elisha), h 158 Chestnut. 

Brown Nancy A, dressmkr, 484 W North, 
h same. 

Brown Nancy L (wid Walter S), h 346 N 
Delaware. 

Brown Nancy T (wid Ryland T), h 13 
Central av. 

Brown Nathaniel J, engr, h 208 Fayette. 

Brown Nellie A, opr C U Tel Co, b 1354 N 
Capitol av. 

Brown Nicholas, lab, b 498 Chestnut. 

Brown Oliver W, chemist, b 35 Morrison. 

Brown Oscar A J, cigarmkr, h 176 Spring. 

Brown Oscar H, filer, b 87 N Noble. 

Brown Owen A, baggageman, h 470 Still- 
well. 

Brown Patrick, janitor, h 498 Chestnut. 

Brown Patrick jr, lithog Empire Theater, 
b 498 Chestnut. 

Brown Percy G, b 1680 Kenwood av. 

Brown Peter G, candy, b 332 E Washing- 
ton. 

Brown Pius B, carp, h 332 Spann av. 

Brown Rebecca (wid Edward), b 27 S Sta- 
tion (B). 

Brown Reuben T, lab, h 150 Bloyd av. 

Brown Richard, driver, h 4 Yandes. 

Brown Richard, foreman Mads P Anderson, 
h 70 Quince. 



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Brown Richard H, city fireman, h 255 S 

New Jersey. 
Brown Richard H, trav agt, b 118 N East. 
Brown Robert, lab, b 26 Church. 
Brown Robert, lab h 86 Martindale av. 
Brown Robert, waiter, r 4 Sterling blk. 
Brown Robert A, dep Sec of State, 2 State 

House, h 911 N Capital av. 
Brown Robert A, horseshoer, 29 Bird, h 174 

Talbott av. 
Brown Robert D, motorman, h 139 Tacoma 

av. 
Brown, Robert J, elk, r 143i/^ Virginia av. 
Brown Robert P, cigars, 137 River av (W I), 

h 115 same. 
Brown Robert W, baggagemstr, h 53 Omer. 
Brown Roy D, mach hd, b 115 Dunlop. 
Brown Rudolph A, car rep, h 276 Spring. 
Brown Samuel, lab, b Jacob Brown. 
Brown Samuel, porter, h 458 N California. 
Brown Samuel E, trav agt, h 1080 N Capitol 

av. 
Brown Samuel H, fireman, h 140 Cypress. 
Brown Samuel L, brakeman, h 315 Fletcher 

av. 
Brown Samuel T, mngr pork dept Indpls 

Abattoir Co, h 735 N New Jersey. 
Brown Sarah, hairdresser, h 289 Blake. 
Brown Sarah (wid James), h 230 W 3d. 
Brown Sarah A (wid John W), b 71 Louise. 
Brown Sarah A W (wid George), b 1015 N 

Penn. 
Brown Sarah E, housekpr 134 Spann av. 
Brown Scott, driver, h 277 Fayette. 
Brown Scott, lab, h rear e s Woodside av 

1 s of Washington. 
Brown Sidney V, cashr, r 115 N New Jer- 
sey. 
Brown Solomon, lab, b 127 E Ohio. 
Brown Spencer, lab, b 65 S East. 
Brown Straw Binder Co, Albert Izor pres, 

Eli L Segar se2, George H Bryce treas, 

39-41 E South. 
Brown Taylor, carp, b 5 S Station (B). 
Brown Theodore E, livery, 163 W Washing- 
ton, h 38 N West. 
Brown Thomas, lab, b 82 Yandes. 
Brown Thomas B. boarding 127 E Ohio. 
Brown Thomas C Rev, pastor Friends 

Church, h 35 Morrison. 
Brown Thomas F, lab, b 498 Chestnut. 
Brown Thomas F, painter, h rear 226 Park 

av. 
Brown Thomas L. lab, b 520 N California. 
Brown Thomas W, cashr Indpls Brewing 

Co, h 45 Ruckle. 
Brown Tunstall O, music teacher, 169 W 

5th, h same. 
Brown Turner, driver, h 150 Bloyd av (B). 
Brown Vallorus J, painter, h 172 N Mis- 
souri. 
Brown Walker, coachman, h 19 Maria. 
Brown Walter, mach. h 111 Walcott. 
Brown Walter S, barber, h 91 Howard. 
Brown Walter W, engr. h 33 Rockwood. 
Brown Warren, lab. h 119 Allegheny. 
Brown Wheeler, lab, b 348 TV 2d. 
Brown Wm, barber, b 237 W Michigan. 
Brown Wm. buyer The Wm H Block Co, 

h 321 N Illinois. 
Brown Wm, hostler, r 52% Indiana av. 
Brown Wm, lab, b 33 Howard. 
Brown Wm, lab, h 119 Martindale av. 
Brown Wm jr. lab, b 119 Martindale av. 
Brown Wm, lab, b 182 Muskingum al. 
Brown Wm, lab, b 1180 Northwestern av 

(N I). 
Brown Wm, lab, b 21 Sharpe. 
Brown Wm. lab, b 776 E 10th. 



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Brown Wm A, draughtsman, r 217 N Cap- 
itol av. 



Brown Wm C, 
Brown Wm E, 
Brown Wm E, 
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Brown Wm G, 



waiter, h 574 N Senate av. 
elk, h 218 Spann av. 
lab, b 175 W McCarty. 
lab, r 139 W Washington, 
phonographs, 26 Pembroke 
Arcade, b 92 N State av. 

Brown Wm H, architect, b 422 N Illinois. 

Brown Wm H, bkkpr, h 18 Stuart (B). 

Brown Wm H, collr, h 139 Woodlawn av. 

Brown Wm H, insp, h 26 King av (H). 

Brown Wm H, painter, b 5 Bates al. 

Brown Wm H, pres Brown-Ketcham Iron 
Works, h 280 N Meridiato. 

Brown Wm H, trav agt, h 41 The Bla- 
cherne. 

Brown Wm J, agt, h 257 N Illinois. 

Brown Wm J, barber, h 176 W 2d. 

Brown Wm J, fireman, b Jacob Brown 
(M J). 

Brown Wm J, vice-pres The Indpls Stove 
Co, h 499 N Delaware. 

Brown Wm L,, grocer, 125 Lynn av (W I), 
h same. 

Brown Wm M, carp, h 114 Pleasant. 

Brown Wm P, h 685 N Capitol av. 

Brown Wm R, supt Brown-Ketcham Iron 
Works, h 859 N Penn. 

Brown Wm S, b 702 E 9th. 

Brown Wm T, car rep, b 5 S Station (B). 

Brown Wm T, elk, b Stubbins Hotel. 

BROWN WM T, Laiwyer, 216-218 In- 
diiina Trust Bldg^, Tel 1208; li 291 
Psirk; siv. 

Brown Winfleld S, carp, h 51 Oriental. 

Brown Winfleld S, cigarmkr, b 330 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Brown W Dayton, elk R M S, h 225 N Lin- 
den. 

Brown Zachariah, lab, h 12 Barrows. 

Brown Zachariah A, carp, r 139% E Wash- 
ington. 

Brown & Jones (James B Brown, W 
Franklin Jones), livery, 278 E Washing- 
ton. 

Brown & Smith (Rev Clark Brown, Wm 
J Smith), pubs West Side Herald, 291 
River av (W I). 




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A!SD COV^SEL /> P^irCAT CAUSES. 

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Browne Joseph J. bkkpr Evans Linseed Oil 

Works, h 43 West Drive (W P). 
Brownell Charles C, feed, 148 Blake, h 451 

W New York. 
Brownell Walter H. bkkpr. h 121 St Mary. 
Browntield James S. elk, b 312 E North. 
Brownfield John, ironwkr, b 285 S Capitol 

av. 
Browning Belle, h 121 Agnes. 
Browning Blanche, h 27 N East. 
Browning Cyrene T (^nd Robert), r 448 N 

Meridian. 
Browning Edgar N, lab, h 25 Maria. 
Browning Eli W, trav agt, h 294 Union. 

BROW NIXG ELiiZA G, ^Librarian and 
Sec Indianaiiolis Public Librarv, Tel 
202 : b 605 X Capitol a v. 

Browning Elizabeth A (wid John A), b 216 

W McCarty. 
Browning Frank, trav agt A Kiefer Drug 

Co. h 299 N Alabama. 
Browning Harry S, fireman, h s s Bloyd 

av 2 e of Morris (B). 
Browning Henry L, sec C B Cones & Son 

Mnfg Co, h 605 N Capitol av. 
Browning John W, condr, h 80 W St Clair. 
Browning Mary A (wid Woodvill), b 605 

N Capitol av. 
Browning Mary S, housekpr Wyandot blk, 

r .38 same. 
Browning Narmie, housekpr 327 Jefferson 

av. 
Browning Reson, lab, h 136 Church. 
Browning Robert C (Browning & Son), h 

n e cor Washington and Central avs (I). 
BrowTiing Thomas, b 135 Tacoma av. 
Browning Thomas C, bkkpr Govt B and L 

Inst, h 82 E Vermont. 
Browning Wm J, phys, 19 W Ohio, b 605 N 

Capitol av. 
BROAVMXG & SON ^Robert C Brown- 

infT). Druggists, 15 W AVasbington, 

Tel 823. 

Erownlee Ray (Daglish & Brownlee), b 137 

Woodlawn av. 
Brownlee Rolla A, driver, h 36 Union. 
Brownlee Thomas, carp, h 137 Woodlawn 

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Broyles Frances E (wid Moses), h 258 Al- 

vord. 
Broyles George, lab, b 199 S Capitol av. 
Broyles George W, lab, b 9 Henry. 
Broyles Joseph H, elk County Recorder, h 

412 Blake. 
Broz Frank, gilder, b 431 Madison av. 
Broz Joseph, framemkr, b 431 Madison av. 
Broz Mary (wid Frank), h 431 Madison av. 
Brubaker Arthur, student, b 368 N New 

Jersey. 
Brubaker A Grant S, phys, b 527 College av. 
Brubaker A S (Brubaker & Ayres), h 527 

College av. 

BRUBAKER SAMUEL, H, Architect, 
371/^ E Wasbingtou, h 672 Park av. 
(See adv In classified Arcbiteets.) 

BRUBAKER & AYRES (A S Brubaker, 
A 31, M D, A S Ayres, M D), Pbysicians 
and Surgeons, 1-5 Fair Blk, opp 
Union Station. 

Bruce Alexander, b 598 Virginia av. 

Bruce Andrew J, h 224 Michigan (H). 

Bruce Augusta G (wid James A), b 564 
Broadway. 

Bruce Bella, teacher Blind Institute. 

Bruce Chajrles L, student, b 700 College av. 

Bruce Charles M, lab, h 411 S State av. 

Bruce David K, h 411 S State av. 

Bruce Ella F, matron Indiana Reform- 
atory. 

Bruce Frank A, shadecutter, h 414 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Bruce George Q, student, b 700 College av. 

Bruce George W, claim agt, h 73 Wood- 
lawn av. 

Bruce Green, lab, h 63 Maxwell. 

Bruce Ida B, dressmkr, 173 Hadley av (W 
I), h same. 

BRUCE JAMES P, Baker and Confec- 
tioner, 598-600 Virginia av, b same. 
(See adv in classified Bakers.) 

Bruce James W, mach, h 924 Gent (M P). 

Bruce John W, h 701 Ash. 

Bruce Joseph G, driver Adams Ex Co, h 122 
Woodlawn av. 

Bruce Louis G, lab, h 63 Maxwell. 

Bruce Margaret (wid James A), h 700 Col- 
lege av. 

Bruce Melissa H (wid Isaac N), h 15 Cen- 
tennial (H). 

Bruce Robert, elk, b 73 Woodlawn av. 

Bruce Robert, mach, h s s Bloyd av 1 e 
of Morris (B). 

Bruce Thomas, lab, h rear 68 S State av. 

Bruce Thomas, mach, b s s Bloyd av 1 e of 
Morris (B). 

Bruce Wallace, baker, h 19 Iowa. 

Bruce Wilbert A. plastr, b 25 Elm. 

Bruce Wm A, civil engr Indpls Water Co, 
h 701 Ash. 

Bruce Wm F. porter, h 132 Spann av. 

Bruce Wm J, baker, h 173 Hadley av (W I). 

Bruck John, brewer, h 26 Deloss. 

Brucker Victor J Rev, asst rector St John's 
Catholic Church, h 76 W Georgia. 

Bruckman Wm, motorman, b 770 W Wash- 
ington. 

Bruckmann George W, lab, h w s Line 1 s 
of Grand av (I). 

Bruder Charles A, painter, h 198 W Merrill. 

Bruder Ignatius, huckster, b 44 Athon. 

Bruder Jacob, huckster, h 127 Elizabeth. 

Brueckner Frederick C, brewer, h 488 S New 
Jersey. 

Brueckner Mary (wid Robert), h 25 Davis. 



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Bruenhoefer Christopher, bricklayer, b 199 
Lincoln la. 

Bruenhoefer Sophia (wid Christopher), h 199 
Lincoln la. 

Bruening Henry, carp, b 415 S Delaware. 

Bruening- John F, h 415 S Delaware. 

Bruer John, lab, h e s Colorado av 1 n of 
Ohio. 

Brus-gner Blasius, finisher, b lOlS S Me- 
ridian. 

Bruggner John, lab, b 1018 S Meridian. 

Bruggrer Joseph, varnisher, h 1018 S Me- 
ridian. 

Bruhm August D, porter, b 96 Hendricks. 

Bruhm Mary A (wid August), h 96 Hen- 
dricks. 

Bruhn Wm C, lab, h 6 Iowa. 

Brumbaugh David E, barber, r 69 E Wash- 
ingto-n. 

Brume David L, switchman, h 50 N Bel- 
mont av (H). 

Brumfleld Carl, lab Deaf and Dumb Inst. 

Brumfield Elizabeth J, b 12 Hiawatha. 

Brumfleld Martha (wid Samuel H), dress- 
mkr, 266 Indiana av, h same. 

Brumfleld Ferry W, carp, h 497 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Brumit Robert, carp, h 24 S Rural. 

Brumit Wm, carp, h 79 Cornell av. 

Brumley, see also Bromley. 

Brumley Nancy C (wid John A), h 140 Elm. 

Brumley Wm F, lab, b 140 Elm. 

Brummell Anna L, dressmkr, 53 Fayette, h 
same. 

Brummell Edward, barber, b 238 S Reisner 
(W I). 

Brummell Robert D, barber Union Stock 
Yards (W I), h 2.38 S Reisner (W I). 

Brummer Robert, finisher, b 356 S New Jer- 
sey. 

Brundage Edgar, elk, h 225 English av. 

Brundage John E, opr W U Tel Co, h 23 
McKim av. 

Brundage Samuel M, elk When Clothing 
Store, h 1226 N Penn. 

Brundy Mattie E, r 565 S Meridian. 

Brune August, molder, h 66 Fayette. 

Brunehler Charles, filer, h 174 Church. 

Brunell August, driver, h 128 N Pine. 

Bruner Abraham, driver, b 46 Torbet. 

Bruner Alphonse, stonecutter, h 1323 N Ala- 
bama. 

Bruner Anderson, sec The Diamond Steam 
Laundry and Toilet Supply Co, b 399 N 
New Jersey. 

Bruner Augustus, pres The Diamond Steam 
Laundry and Toilet Supply Co, h 399 N 
New Jersey. 

Bruner Blanche E, elk, b 64 Ludlow av. 

Bruner Charles A, contr, h 43 Park av. 

Bruner Elias D, carp, h 64 Ludlow av. 

Bruner Harry H, brakeman, r 19, 113 S 
Illinois. 

Bruner Henry E, baker. 94 W 7th, h same. 

Bruner Henry L, prof Butler College, b 
same. 

Bruner Jacob M, foreman C C C & St L Ry, 
h 111 Oak. 

Bruner Orlando, elk, b 399 N New Jersey. 

Bruner Thomas R, lab, h 313 N East. 

Bruning Carl, harnessmkr, h 558 Muskin- 
gum al. 

Bruning Mary H (wid J Frederick), h 439 S 
Meridian. 

Brunnemer George C, city fireman, h 59 
Rockwood. 

Brunner Albert S, baker, b 14 Ketcham. 

Brunner Bertha, h 173 W Court. 

Brunner Frederick, foreman, h 38 Smithson. 



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Brunner John J, elk, b 14 Ketcham. 
Brunner Samuel G, mach, h 85 Yeiser. 
Brunner Wm (Reinhardt & Brunner), h ISS 

W Court. 
Brunning Charles E, phys, 101 Coburn, h 

same. 
Brunning Charles J, pump cleaner, b 101 

Coburn. 
Brunning George, b 101 Coburn. 
Bruns Charles, driver, r 224 S Delaware. 
Bruns Charles H, bricklayer, h 25 Yeiser. 
Bruns Frederick D, lab, h 118 Downey. 
Brunsma John H, foreman, h 24 Auburn av. 
Brunson, see also Bronson. 
Brunson Benjamin R, boxmkr, b 1528 N Me- 
ridian. 
Brunson Charles M, b 1528 N Meridian. 
Brunson George R, live stock dealer. Union 

Stock Yards, h 472 Broadway. 
Brunson Henry C (H C Brunson & Co), 

h 1528 N Meridian. 
Brunson H C & Co (Henry C Brunson), 

box mnfrs, s e cor St Clair and canal. 
BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO 

THE, Emile Lang and FranU S Butt- 

weller A«tm, 138-140 S Illinois. 
Brunswick Maurice (Brunswick & Kahn), 

b 128 N East. 
Brunswick & Kahn (Maurice Brunswick, 

Eli Kahn), clothing, 3 E Washington. 
Brunton Frances M (wid Parker S), prin 

Public School No 4, b 489 Broadway. 
Brush George E, elk When Clothing Store, 

h 1500 N Senate av. 
Brush John T (Owen Bros & Co), h s s 

E Washington 2 e of Belt R R. 
Biuton Edward, molder, h 221 Hadley av 

(W I). 
Bryan, see also Brian and O'Brien. 
Bryan Albert, student, b 748 N Illinois. 
BRYAN ALMA L. MRS, Teacher of Ste- 

nograpliy and TypeTvrlting; Individ- 
ual Instrnction; 135 E Pratt, li same, 
Bryan Annie E, h 94 W 1st. 
Bryan Bertha M, teacher Public School No 

28, b 616 Virginia av. 
Bryan Charles O, elk Dean Bros Steam 

Pump Works, b 1369 N Capitol av. 



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The Provident Life and Trust Co. 

Of Philadelphia. 
D. W. EDWARDS, Gen. Agent, 

508 Indiana Trust Building. 

Bryan David C, real est, h 18 W North. 

Bryan Dennis (D Bryan & Sons), h 990 S 
Meridian. 

Bryan Dennis F (D Bryan & Sons), b 990 
S Meridian. 

Bryan D & Sons (Dennis, Dennis F, Ed- 
ward and Patrick H), wliol meats, Indpls 
Abattoir. 

Bryan Edward (D Bryan & Sons), b 990 S 
Meridian. 

Bryan Edward, b 432 N East. 

Bryan Elmer B, prof Butler College, h 779 
N New Jersey. 

Bryan Felix A. h 185 N Alabama. 

Bryan Franklin A, supt Kingan & Co (ltd), 
h 1104 N Senate av. 

Bryan Harry, elk Union Line, b 166 E 
Michigan. 

Bryan Harvey A, lab, h 14 Minerva. 

BRYAX JAMES W, Driij^gist, n e cor 
Illinois and Jackson PI, U 74S N Illi- 
nois. 

Bryan John, molder, h 26 Nordyke av (W 

I). 
Bryan John A, elk R M S, b Circle Park 

Hotel. 
Bryan John M, druggist, h 630 N Capitol 

av. 
Bryan John S, barber, h 251 N West. 
Bryan John T, watchman, h 1369 N Capitol 

av. 
Bryan Lewis, helper, h 119 River av (W I). 
Bryan Jjouis, lab, h 13 Sharpe. 
Bryan Louisa (wid Wiley), b 390 N Cali- 
fornia. 
Bryan Martha (wid Joseph T), h 18 Villa 

av. 
Bryan Maud L, teacher, b 18 W North. 
Brj'an Patrick H (D Bryan & Sons), b 990 

S Meridian. 
Bryan Philip L. butcher, h 134 Bright. 
Bryan Rachel, h 101 Douglass. 
Bryan Rebecca J (wid Joseph), h 75 Wilson. 
Bryan Samuel, butcher, b 43 S West. 
Bryan Solon L, lab, h 616 Virginia av. 
Bryan Thomas J, lab, b 134 Bright. 
Bryan Thomas N, phys, 346 E South, h 

same. 



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Bryan Will E, elk C C C & St L Ry, h 18 
Villa av. 

Bryant Amanda (wid David), h 58 Min- 
erva. 

Bryant Benjamin, lab, h 123 E McCarty. 

BRYAjVT'S business C0L,L,EGE, Con- 
solidated Indianapolis Business Uni- 
versity, When Bldg-, N Penn, Tel 4»9j 
E J Heel> Propr. (See front cover, 
right bottom lines and p 4.) 

Bryant Charles R, hostler, h 447 E Ohio. 

Bryant David C, photog, h 1306 N Penn. 

Bryant Edwin D, elk City Comptroller, h 
126 W Michigan. 

Bryant Emanuel, lab, h 1224 Northwestern 
av (N I). 

Bryant Frank L, jeweler, 89 Mass av, h 
176% N Alabama. 

Bryant Frank U, lab, h 415 N East. 

Bryant Frances V, elk, b w s Euclid av 
1 n of Washington. 

Bryant Harry, switchman, h 995 W Ver- 
mont. 

Bryant John W, reporter The Bradstreet 
Co, b 405 N Illinois. 

Bryant Joseph, lab, b 58 Minerva. 

Bryant Kate, photog, 88 S Illinois, h 1306 
N Penn. 

Bryant Laura (wid Lewis), h 160 Howard. 

Bryant Mary A (wid Aaron), h 128 Ander- 
son. 

Bryant Milus J, propr Roosevelt House, 
80 E Ohio, h same. 

Bryant Nellie, h 289 E Court. 

Bryant Rachel, h 101 Douglass. 

Bryant Richard, engr, h 415 S Delaware. 

Bryant Rose, opr Cent U Tel Co, b 58 Mi- 
nerva. 

Bryant Thomas M, lab, h rear 165 Minerva. 

Bryant Wm, lab, b 128 Anderson. 

Bryant Wm E, carp, h w s Euclid av 1 n 
of Washington. 

Bryant Wm H, lab, b 23 Athon. 

Bryant Wm H, plastr, h 2241/2 W Washing- 
ton. 

Bryant Wm L, woodwkr, b 186 W Merrill. 

Bryant Willis, elk The Webb-Jameson Co, 
h 18 Bismarck. 

BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COL- 
LEGE, Consolidated Indianapolis 
Business University, When Bldg, N 
Penn. Tel 499; E J Heeb Propr. (See 
front eovei", right bottom lines and 
P 4.) 

Bryce George H, propr Commercial Club 
Restaurant, treas Brown Straw Binder 
Co and mngr Peter F Bryce, h 285 E 
South. 

Bryce John K, driver, h 110 Yeiser. 

Bryce Patrick, lab, b 107 W South. 

BRYCE PETER F, Baker, 14-lG E 
South, Tel 370; Res Chicago, 111. 

Bryce Robert J, driver, h 31 N Olive. 

Brydon Reuben S, lab, b 103 Geisendorff. 

Bryles George, lab, b 9 Henry. 

Bryson Rachel A, phys, 431 Mass av, h 
same. 

Bryson Robert H, mngr Fleisehmann & 
Co, h 1279 N Meridian. 

Buch Henry, trav agt, h 717 E Ohio. 

Buch Nelson C, foreman, h 906 S Meridian. 

BUCHANAN ALBERT E, Dentist, :ia-.33 
When Bldg, b 933 N Delaware. 

Buchanan Andrew J, mach hd, h 64 Hoyt 
av. 

Buchanan Anna C W (wid James), h 502 
Ash. 



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Buchanan Annie, police matron, h 344 S 
Olive. 

Buchanan Benjamin, hostler, r 475 Su- 
perior. 

Buchanan Benjamin F, lab, h 310 Fayette. 

Buchanan Charles B, b 64 Hoyt av. 

Buchanan Charles E, brakeman, h e s 
Gale 6 n of Glen Drive (B). 

Buchanan Charles E, cook, h 552 E Mar- 
ket. 

Buchanan Charles J (Flanner & Buchan- 
an), h 922 N Delaware. 

Buchanan Edward A, dentist, b 952 N Del- 
aware. 

BuchaJian Eli, policeman (W I), h 53 Shef- 
field av (W I). 

Buchanan Elizabeth S (wid Royal D), h 
349 N New Jersey. 

Buchanan Fletcher W, elk, b 349 N New 
Jersey. 

Buchanan Fred H, mach, r 174 S Capitol 
av. 

Buchanan Frederick N, flagman, b 22 S 
State av. 

Buchanan George H, lab, h 27 Wilcox. 

Buchanan George W, condr, r 4 S Station 
(B). 

Buchanan Gertrude J, stenog, b 64 Hoyt av. 

Buchanan Harry S, paperhgr, h 169 W Ohio. 

Buchanan Howard W, weigher, h 29 Wil- 
cox. 

Buchanan James, cook, r 52i/2 Indiana av. 

BUCHANAJV JAMES A. Special Agt 
Aetna Life Insarance Co of Hartford, 
Conn, 214 Lemcke BIdgr, Tel 1517; h 
95 Middle Drive (W P). 

Buchanan James M, engr Indiana Reform- 
atory, h 210 Walcott. 

Buchanan John C. millwright, h 530 Broad- 
way. 

Buchanan Joseph F, insp, h 631 E Vermont. 

Buchanan Joseph W, wagonmkr, 302 E 
Washington, h 128 Fletcher av. 

Buchanan Mary (wid John), b 530 Broad- 
way. 

Buchanan Melvin R, elk, b 64 Hoyt av. 

Buchanan Nancy (wid Andrew A), h 190 
Woodlawn av. 

Buchanan Nancy A (wid Ezra), h 42 Te- 
cumseh. 

Buchanan Orrie E, elk F M Hay, b 64 Hoyt 
av. 

Buchanan Richard T, reporter The Sun, r 
355 N Illinois. 

Buchanan Sarah J (wid Oliver H), h 169 
W Ohio. 

Buchanan Warren, lab, b 552 E Market. 

Buchanan Wallace W, mailing clerk P O, 
b 42 Tecumseh. 

Buchanan Wm T, barber, 1 Michigan (H), 
h 29 Wilcox. 

Buchanan Wm W, elk, h 876 N Delaware. 

Buchel Otto G, bkkpr, b 14 Bedford av. 

Bucher August, brewer, b 40 Nebraska. 

Buchhorn Albert W, b 114 S Noble. 

Buchhorn Christian, b 47 Buchanan. 

Buchhorn Edward H, caxver, b 114 S Noble. 

Buchhorn Frederick W, driver, h 199 N 
Pine. 

Buchhorn Frederick W jr, driver, h 843 E 
Michigan. 

Buchhorn John C, mach, b 114 S Noble. 

Buchhorn Sophie L (wid Christian), h 114 
S Noble. 

Buchhorn Walter, elk, b 199 N Pine. 

Buchmeier Michael, tailor, h 109 N State av. 

Buchner Augustus J, plumber, 62 Virginia 
av. h 267 Prospect. 



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Buchner Mamie, bkkpr, b 267 Prospect. 

Butchtel S Ellsworth, elk The Indpls Milli- 
nery Co, b Enterprise Hotel. 

Buchter Mary (wid Theodore), h 506 W Ad- 
dison (N I). 

Buck Almira F (wid Thomas H), h 13iy2 E 
Washington. 

Buck Cassius C, carp, h e s Bond 3 n of 
Chicago (N I). 

Buck Cora A (wid Adolphus), b 86 Park av. 

Buck George, bartndr, b 129 S Noble. 

Buck Grant, driver, h 391 N West. 

Buck Hiram F. painter, b 63 Yandes. 

Buck Jesse D, axle setter, h 56 Sinker. 

Buck Jesse T, painter, h 170 E Michigan. 

Buck John P, h 550 W Francis (N I). 

Buck John W, lumber, h 494 College av. 

Buck Louie, teacher Public School No 41, 
b 550 W Francis (N I). 

Buck Minnie C. stenog John S Spann & 
Co, b 33 College av. 

Buck M Elizabeth (wid John A), h 227 E 
Court. 

Buck Rebecca E (wid Philip), h 33 College 
av. 

Buck Robert A, carp, h 542 W McLene (N 
I). 

Buck Sander J H, h 133 E St Joseph. 

Buck Stephen R, mailing clerk P O, h 340 
Cornell av. 

Buck Sylvester T, confr, 60 Indiana av, h 
same. 

Buck Wm F, elk, b 133 E St Joseph. 

Buckdall Wm, lab. h 632 Wells (N I). 

Bucker Henry, horseshoer, 18 Cherry, h 486 
N East. 

Buckingham Edward D, ins agt, h 57 Cath- 
arine. 

Buckingham Sarah (wid Thomas), b 219 W 
Ohio. 

Buckler Elizabeth A (wid Greene B), h 
284 River av ("^V I). 

Buckler Frank P, lab, b 284 River av (W I). 

Buckles James S, lab, h 20 Roanoke. 

Buckley Anne, nurse, r 84 E New York. 

Buckley Edward E, motorman, h 362 Ful- 
ton. 

Buckley Hannah (wid John).h 32 Lord. 

Buckley James J, elk, b 32 Lord. 



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INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Banking business in all its branches. Bonds and 

Foreign Exchange bought and sold. 

Interest paid on time deposits. 

Checks and drafts on all Indiana and Illinois 

points handled at lowest rates. 

No. 28 South Meridian Street. Cor. Pearl. 

Buckley Jay J, mach. b 90 S Wheeler (B). 

Buckley Jeremiah, b 259 River av (W I). 

Buckley John M, foreman, h 90 S Wheeler 
(B). 

Buckley Mary E, teacher Public School No 
20. b 32 Lord. 

Buckley Nellie J, laundress, b 165 Meek. 

Buckley Patrick, lab, h 96 Sharpe av (W). 

Buckley Patrick J, lab, h 237 Huron. 

Buckner Alexander, barber, 206 W Wash- 
ington, h same. 

Buckner Aylett, lab, h 51 Sheffield (W I). 

Buckner Daniel, porter, r 37^4 Virginia av. 

Buckner Edwin, polisher, b 51 Sheffield 
(W I). 

Buckner Prank, waiter, r 38i/2 S Illinois. 

Buckner George, coachman 410 Park av. 

Buckner George, lab, r 323 N California. 

Buckner George H, lab, h 301 N California. 

Buckner Horace, polisher, h 46 Sheffield (W 
I). 

Buckner Isaac B, lab, h 149 Patterson. 

Buckner James, A, carp, h 84 Dougherty. 

Buckner John, lab, h 217^/2 Indiana av. 

Buckner John J, porter, r 35V^ Kentucky av. 

Buckner Mary, cook, h rear 25 Center. 

Buckner Nathaniel, waiter, r 371/2 Virginia 
av. 

Buckner Robert, cupolatndr, h 16 Mill. 

Buckner Simeon, lab, r 422 Superior. 

Bucksot Charles A, truckman, h 140 Laurel. 

Bucksot George P, molder, h 125 Shelby. 

Bucksot Henry F, carp, h 23 Columbia av. 

Bucksot Sina (wid Frederick), h 17 Hamil- 
ton av. 

Bucksot Walter, sawmkr, b 23 Columbia av. 

Bucksot Wm, molder, b 125 Shelby. 

Bucy Carl E, ironwkr, b 144 Columbia av. 

Bucy Lydia P (wid Hartwell), h 144 Colum- 
bia av. 

Budd David S (J R Budd & Co), b 364 Park 
av. 

Budd Frank, locksmith, 321 Clifford av, h 
same. 

Budd George W, elk, h 541 Central av. 

Budd Jacob E, trav agt, b 449 S Capitol av. 

Budd John R (J R Budd & Co), h 364 Park 
av. 

Budd Joseph E, b 45 S Capitol av. 



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Budd J R & Co (John R and David S Budd), 
poultry, 283 W Washington. 

Budd Mary (wid Casper), h 449 S Capitol 
av. 

Budd Wm S, ice, n w cor 6th and canal, h 
274 Central av. 

Budde Frederick H, car rep, h 122 Spring. 

BUDDENBAUM BROS (John A and 
Frederick;), Grocers, 2 Fletcher av. 

Buddenbaum Charles H (Buddenbaum & 
Heller), h 97 Prospect. 

Buddenbaum Frederick 
Bros), h 4 Fletcher av. 

Buddenbaum Harry E (F 
b 390 S East. 

Buddenbaum John A (Buddenbaum Bros), 
h S3 S Noble. 

Buddenbaum Louis G (Buddenbaum Lum- 
ber Co), b 96 N Arsenal av. 

BUDDENBAUM LUMBER CO (Wm C and 
Liouis G Buddenbaum), Building Ma- 
terial, Roug^h and Dressed Liumber, 
Doors, Sash and Blinds, s e cor New 
York and Pine, Tel 353. 

Buddenbaum Mary C (wid Henry), b 96 N 
Arsenal av. 

Buddenbaum Wm C (Buddenbaum Lumber 
Co), h 96 N Arsenal av. 

BUDDENBAUM & HELLER (Charles H 
Buddenbaum, Ells-»vorth H Heller), 
Grocery and Meat Market; Free De- 
livery; 33J7 Prospect. 

Budenz Henry J, paying teller The Capital 
Natl Bank, h 581 Shelby. 

Budenz Julia A (wid Henry), b 581 Shelby. 

Budenz Louis, tailor, h 229 Union. 

Budenz Louis A, elk The Capital Natl 
Bank, h 51 Highland pi. 

Budweitsky Joseph, clothing, 293 E Wash- 
ington, h same. 

Budwig Edwin J, trav agt, h 240 Cornell av. 

Buechsenmann Martin, saloon, 288 W 6th, 
h same. 

Buechert Frederick, junk, 212 W McCarty, 
h same. 

Buechert Frederick C, agt, b 212 W Mc- 
Carty. 

Buecker Adolph, lab, b 159 Hoyt av. 

Buecker Dora (wid Wm). b 159 Hoyt av. 

Buecker John, brass finisher, b 185 W Wash- 
ington. 

Buehler Anna M (wi^ George), h 20 Downey, 

Buehler Eugene, student, b 856 N New 
Jersey. 

Buehler George C, painter, b 26 Buchanan. 

Buehler Jacob, supt Indiana Lying-in Hos- 
pital, phys, 120 E McCarty, h same. 

Buehler John, mach, b 20 Downey. 

Buehler John, painter, h 329 Clifford av. 

Buehler John, supt The H Lieber Co, h 633 
S Meridian. 

Buehler John H, mach, b 329 Clifford av. 

Buehler Josephine (wid John), h 32 Wy- 
oming. 

Buehler Maximilian, trav agt The H Lieber 
Co, h 856 N New Jersey. 

Buehler Rudolph, carp, h 12 Allfree av. 

Buehrig Rebecca (wid Henry E), b n e cor 
8th and Lennox. 

Buehrig Wm T, h 768 N Capitol av. 

Buell Caroline Y (wid Chester H), h 17 
Omer. 

Buell Jared R, b 392 S Delaware. 

Buell Wm H, b 17 Omer. 

Buenamann Herman W, tailor, h 468 S Mis- 
souri. 

Buennagel Charles W, sawyer, b 70 Sanders. 



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Buennagel Charles W, mason, h 364 S East. 

Buennagel Elizabeth (wid Frederick), h 70 
Sanders. 

Buennagel Frank J, packer, b 174 Duncan. 

Buennagel George J, printer, %V2 E South, 
b 70 Sanders. 

Buennagel Jacob (Paetz & Buennagel), h 
387 S East. 

Buennagel John J, mach hd, b 70 Sanders. 

Buennagel Joseph, foreman, h 174 Duncan. 

Buenting Gerhard C, tinner Christian Off 
& Co, h 4851/2 Stillwell. 

Buenting Lueppo D, lawyer, 27i/^ S Dela- 
ware, h 216 Ramsey av. 

Buergelin Fred T, blksmith, b 1349 Isabella 
(N I). 

Buergelin Willis E, blksmith. 1364 North- 
western av, h 1349 Isabella (N I). 

Buesking, see also Busking. 

Buesking Frederick, lab, b 78 N Gillard av. 

Buesselberg Christian F, sweeper, h 123 
"Williams. 

Bufflngton Eugene J, sec American Steel 
Co, res Anderson, Ind. 

Bufkin Samuel, b 408 N Delaware. 

BUGBEE IRA B, Dealer in Lumber, 
Sliing-les, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mould- 
ings, Etc, s e eor Lincoln a,v a.nd 
L, E «& W R R, Tel 1186; b 579 Col- 
lege av. 

Bugbee Sarah H (wid John), h 434 College 
av. 

Bugbee S Carrol, chief asst Theodore Stein, 
b 434 College av. 

Bugby Parker E, engr, h 103 Cornell av. 

Bugg Susan (wid Samuel), h 276 E Court. 

Bugg Wm H (Bugg & Mays), h 276 E 
Court. 

Bugg & Mays (Wm H Bugg, Wm C Mays), 
coal, 294 E Washington. 

Bugh Harry, brakeman, r 21 S Station (B). 

Buhneing Ernest, vault cleaner, 32 N Del- 
aware, h 87 Meikel. 

Buhr Herman F. bartender, h 18 Shelby. 

Buhr John H, painter, h 425 Highland av. 

Buhrlage Albeirt J, elk, h e s Western av 4 
n of 22d. 

BUILDERS' EXCHANGE OF INDIAIV- 
APOLIS, George W Stanley Pres, 
Stanton ^V Ha-^vkey Vice-Pres, 
Cliarles R Ba.lke See, Theodore F 
Sniitber Treas, Charles A Richart 
Snpt, 35 E Ohio, Tel 535. 

Buis Walter, condr, b 1063 N Capitol av. 

Bula George E, mngr The Pentecost Her- 
ald, b 52 S State av. 

Bula Rolla W, phys, 33 W Ohio, h 284 N 
Senate av. 

Buley Nathan, lab, b 21 Alvord. 

Bull Fannie N (wid George W), h 234 W 
New York. 

Bull George W, elk T C Potter, r 300 N 
Penn. 

Bull Wm C, trav agt, b 333 Michigan (H). 

Bullard Charles, overseer George Merritt 
& Co, h 93 Blake. 

Bullard Emily (wid Charles G), b 117 John. 

Bullard John D, carder, b 93 Blake. 

Bullen Wm H, lithog, 23 Keith. 

Bullett Wm. lab, b 36 Rhode Island. 

Bullington Frank L, drugs, n s Washington 
1 e of Sherman Drive, b same. 

Bullington Harvey H, h n s Washington 
1 e of Sherman Drive. 

Bullitt Mary R (wid WilUtt), b 364 N New 
Jersey. 



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56 East Maeket St. (Lemcke Building), 
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Bullock Burford, r 18 W Michigan. 

Bullock Harriet N, teacher Public School 
No 5, r 18 W Michigan. 

Bullock Henry J, millwright, h 18 Dough- 
erty. 

Bullock Henry W, lawyer, 95 E Washing- 
ton, h 53 Keystone av. 

Bullock Jesse R, b 448 Blake. 

Bullock Onslow L, carp, h S2 Sheldon. 

Bulmahn Charles (Hartman & Bulmahn), , 
h 149 Harrison. , 

Bulmahn Edward C F, blksmith, b 149 Har- . 
rison. 

Bumb Charles H, produce, E Mkt House, I 
h 92 Nordyke av (W I). 

Bumgardner John, herbalist, 108 E Mkt ! 
House, h 714 S Chestnut. j 

Bumgardner John J, wheelwright, b 714 ■ 
Chestnut. 

Bunce Charles D, mach hd, h 66 Warren av i 
(W I). 

Bunce James R, mach, h e s Bond 2 n of 
Chicago (N I). ^ 

Bunce John S, lab, h 65 King. 

Bunce Thomas b 20 Roe. 

Bunce Wm R, mach, h 65i/4 King. 

Bunch Albert N, carp, h 264 Alvord. 

Bunch Perry J Rev, h 381 S Olive. 

Bundchu, see also Pundchu. ' 

Bundy Albert W, fireman, h 50 Cornell av. ' 

Bundy Benjamin F, carp, h 38 N Olive. ! 

Bundy Charles E, barber, 197 W Washing- 
ton, h 27 Ingram. 

Bundy Charles H (C P Lesh Paper Co), b ! 
22 Sterling. , 

Bundy Charles V, jeweler, b 38 N Olive. 

Bundy Edward, engr, r 209 W South. 

Bundy John P, carp, h 121 Ash. 

Bundy John R, carp, h 54 Hoyt av. 

Bundy Luther, lab, h 195 Bismarck av (H). 

Bundy Morris E, engr, h 111 Ash. 

Bundy Samuel E, barber, h 37 Harris. 

Bundy Simon, bartndr. r 25 Kentucky av. 

Bundy Wm, lab, h 1203 Indianapolis av. 

Bunger John W, trav agt Clemens Vonne- 
gut. h 416 College av. 

Bunger Joseph F, elk Indpls CofRn Co, b 
416 College av. 



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HOT AIR FURNACES. 

37» 39&4t KENTUCKY AVE. Telephone 322. 



Bunker Mary E (wid Robert A), b 338 W 
New York. 

Bunnell Anna (wid Wm>, h 651 E Market. 

Bunnell Catherine A (wid Charles H), b 79 
E Vermont. 

Bunnell Charles D, lab, h 153 Hillside av. 

Bunnell Frederick, elk, b 651 E Market. 

Bunnell Julius C, dairy, s e cor Wolf pike 
and Baltimore av. h same. 

Bunte Anna E. h 579 N Senate av. 

Buntel Charles, trav agt Charles Mayer 
& Co, r 473 N Senate av. 

Bunten Oscar H, tinner, b 31 Ashland 
(W I). 

Buntin Davis C (Buntin, Shryer & McGan- 
non), b The Denison. 

Buntin. Shrver & McGannon (Davis C 
Buntin. Mark H Shryer, John R Mc- 
Gannon). curbing. 421 Lemcke bldg. 

Bunting Charles, engr, b n w cor Michi- 
gan and State avs. 

Br\TIXG GEORGE W', Bnilding In- 
spector. 2 BiiAeinent Court House, Ii 
180 >" AVest, Tel 1.3S)0. 

Bunting George W jr, architect, b 180 N 
West. 

Bunting Wm P, lab, h 7 Grove. 

Bunty Simon, lab, b 25'/^ Kentucky av. 

Burbank Henry H, engr. h 148 N Illinois. 

Burbank Lizzie L, boarding 148 N Illinois. 

Burbridge Benjamin, lab, h 40 Lincoln la. 

Burbridge James S, lab, h 426 Clinton. 

Burbridge John W, lineman, h 88 Shelby. 

Burbridge Wm A, lab. b 9 Center. 

Burch Albert L, switchman, h 1083 W New 
York. 

Burch Emmerson. lab, h 342 Yandes. 

Burch Hampton J. mach, r 256 S Delaware. 

Burch John A, plastr, 200 St Marie, h 
same. 

Burch Oscar, painter, h 400 S West. 

Burch Theodore, lab. h 616 W Eugene (N I). 

Burch Wm, contr, h 342 Yandes. 

Burcham Charles E, coffee roaster, h 183 
Hoyt av. 

Burcham Frank E, shoemkr, b 95 Hoyt av. 

Burr-ham James H, oils, h 14 Marion (W I). 

Burcham Joseph E, shoemkr, 163 Virginia 
av, h 95 Hoyt av. 



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STEA.W AND HOT WATER 

HEATING FOR STORES, OFFICES, 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, 

PRIVATE RESIDENCES, 

GREENHOUSES, ETC. 

84 North Illlnoln St. TnlnnhnnA ^H9,. 



Burchett Douglas, fireman, r 219 Fletcher 
av. 

Burchett Lindsay L. engr. h 106 Spann av. 

Burck Jacob, lab, h 135 Weghorst. 

Burckhardt Louis, phys, 18 E Ohio, h 400 
S Alabama. 

Burckle George, coflinmkr, h 654 N West. 

Burd, see also Bird and Byrd. 

Burd Andrew C, fireman, h. 126 River av 
(W I). 

Burden Clark, bartndr, r 236 W Wabash. 

Burden Wm, waiter, r 20 W Michigan. 

Burdett Mary A (wid Ulysses), h 24 S 
Beville av. 

Burdette Wm C, trav agt, h 230 N Liberty. 

Burdge Margaret (wid Jonathan), b 112 
Blackford. 

Burdlow August, lab, h rear 498 S West. 

Burdsal Alfred, pres The A Burdsal Co, 
h 454 N Capitol av. 

BURDSAL, A CO THE, Alfred Burdsal 
Pres, Grnnville C Allen Viee-Pres, 
Wm H Meier Sec and Treas, Mnfrs 
Paints and Varnishes, Wholesale 
Dealers Painters' Supplies, Glass, 
Etc; Office 34-36 S Meridian, Factory 
241-253 S Penn; Tel 709. (See right 
bottom cor cards.) 

Burdsal Huldah H (wid Thomas C), h 545 
N Meririan. 

Burdsal Olive S, h 545 N Meridian. 

BUREAU OF ASSESSMENTS, Wm A 
Hughes. Chief Clk, Room 12 Base- 
ment Court House. 

Bureau of Public Printing, Binding and 
Stationery, 3 State House. 

Bureau of Statistics, 33 State House. 

Burford Ernest H, collr, b 700 N Meridian. 

Burford John T, phys, h 498 N Capitol av. 

Burford Miles W, with Wm B Burford, b 
700 N Meridian. 

Burford Wesley B, b 498 N Capitol av. 

BURFORD WM B, Lithographer, En- 
graver, Printer, Bookbinder, Etc, 21 
W Washington, Tel 310; h TOO N Me- 
ridian. (See adv opp.) . 

Burgan, see also Bergan. 

Burgan Charles I (J C Burgan & Co), h 
312 Spann a v. 

Burgan Harvey H, lab, h 86 Lexington av. 

Burgan James H, tel opr, b 29 N State av. 

Burgan John C (J C Burgan & Co), h 1726 
N Capitol av. 

Burgan J C & Co (John C and Charles I 
Burgan). wagonmkrs, 114 E Ohio. 

Burgan Tranum A, blksmith, h 1771^ In- 
diana av. 

Burgat Magdelena. (wid Peter), h 22 
Dougherty. 

Burge Elizabeth (wid Thomas), b rear 111 
Minerva. 

Burger, see also Berger. 

Burger Charles B, elk, h 564 Broadway. 

Burges Edward, painter, 325 Davidson, h 
same. 

Burges Elliott E, uphlr, h 215 N Pine. 

Burges George S. peddler, b 169 N Noble. 

Burges Mary A (wid Cornelius N), board- 
ing 169 N Noble. 

Burgess Alvin B, grocer, 252 N Noble, h 
same. 

Burgess Anne J (wid Caleb C), h 1029 N 
Capitol av. 

Burgess Benjamin P, grocer, 143 Newman, 
h same. 

Burgess Clyde, lab, h 289 Kentucky av. 

Burgess Everett E, cigarmkr, h 49 Wright. 



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Burgess James C, h 86 Bradshaw. 

Burg-ess Nancy J (wid Otis A), h 366 Belle- 
fontaine. 

Burgess Samuel, lab, h 125 Spring. 

Burgett Aaron J, carp, h 215 Bismarck av 
(H). 

Burgett Enoch D, boarding 36 S Capitol av. 

Burgett Wm O, lab, h 210 Sheffield av (H). 

Burgett Liouisa H (wid Washington), b 86 
Hoyt av. 

Burgheim Charles, jeweler, r 353 N Illinois. 

Burgheim Henry D, jeweler, 41 W Wash- 
ington, h 452 S West. 

Burgheim Louis, jeweler, h 625 N Meridian. 

Burgin Isam S, hostler, r 290 W Pratt. 

Burgman, see also Bergmann and Borg- 
mann. 

Burgman Frederick, h rear 64 Shelby. 

Burgman Frederick H, carp, h 198 Shelby. 

Burgman Louis, driver, h 266 Olive. 

Burgner John, mason, h 303 E St. Clair. 

Burgoyne Frank, notions, 5 Madison av, 
h same. 

Burgoyne Mary L, h e s Butler av 1 s of 
P C C & St L Ry (I). 

Burgoyne Wm, engr, h 171 Spann av. 

Burk Anna (wid John), h 429^4 S Meridian. 

Burk Annis, reporter The Indpls Sentinel, 
h 159 E Ohio. 

Burk Bridget (wid Martin), b 613 W Ver- 
mont. 

Burk Caroline (wid Louis), h 16 Sharpe. 

Burk Charles, cigars, h 145 E Merrill. 

Burk Edgar H, paperhanger, h 21 High- 
land av (H). 

Burk Frances (wid John), b 63 Middle 
Drive (W P). 

Burk George, b 23 Russell av. 

Burk George, butcher, h 44 Clark. 

Burk Henry, condr, h 35 Hudson. 

Burk Jacob E, driver, h 33 Coburn. 

Burk James M, lab, h 19 Vinton. 

Burk Jesse A, lab, r 3361/2 E Washington. 

Burk John, sawmkr, b 429^4 S Meridian. 

Burk John E, shoes, 102 S Reisner (W I), 
h 100 same. 

Burk John L, lab, h 40 Russell av. 

Burk Joseph, lab, b 14 Wilcox. 

Burk Joseph F, shoemkr, h 116 N Pine. 

Burk Katharine (wdd George W), h 159 E 
Ohio. 

Burk Lemuel, live stock, h n s Amanda 1 
w of Shade (B). 

Burk Lewis C. lab, h 472 Stillwell. 

Burk Lizzie, b 176 Douglass. 

Burk Luke, driver, r 286 Douglass. 

Burk Oliver, porter Insane Hospital. 

Burk Patrick, lab, h 36 W Vermont. 

Burk Philip, lab, h 51 Maple. 

Burk Raymond E, elk Am Press Assn, b 
35 Hudson. 

Burk Stephen, lab, b 59 Peru av. 

Burk Wm, h 59 Peru av. 

Burk Wm, watchman, h 138 Fayette. 

Burk Wm A, lab, h 21 Vinton. 

Burk Wm H, lab, r 336% E Washington. 
Burkam Joseph K, condr, h 1093 W Michi- 
gan. 
Burke Amanda (wid Ulich G), h 79 E 15th. 
Burke Anna, cook The Denison. 
Burke Bridget (wid Martin), b 218 Bates. 
Burke Christopher, stoker, h 211 Union. 
Burke Clemens, bkkpr, 24 W Maryland. 
Burke Clement P, lab, b 79 E 15th. 
Burke Corinne (wid John), dressmkr, h 61 

Cornell av. 
Burke Eliza (wid James), h 40 English av. 
Burke Frank B, U S district attorney P O 
bldg, h 356 N Alabama. 



THOS. C. DAY iL CO. 

Financial Agents and Loans. 
We have the experience, and claim 
to be reliable. 

Rooms 325 to 330 Lemcke Bldg. 



Burke Franklin, lab, b 272 W Maryland. 

Burke Frederick M, elk, h 55 Woodruff av. 

Burke Henry, h 388 S Delaware. 

Burke James, boilermkr, b 267 W Mary- 
land. 

Burke James, lab, r 82 Cleaveland blk. 

Burke James A, porter R M S, h 186 Fay- 
ette. 

Burke John, lab, h 206 Bates. 

Burke John, lab. h 218 Bates. 

Burke John A, fireman, b 207 Meek. 

Burke Joseph, brakeman, b 40 English av. 

Eurke Marcus, lab, b 272 W Maryland. 

Burke Mary, dressmkr, 5I/2 Blackford, h 
same. 

Burke Mary E (wid John J), b 290 E St 
Clair. 

Burke Mary J, teacher Shorthand Training 
School, b 48 W St Joseph. 

Burke Michael J, lab, h 79 Leota. 

Burke Nellie L, elk, b 138 Fayette. 

Burke Orin T, lab, b 79 E 15th. 

Burke Owen, motorman, h 169 Johnson av. 

Burke Patrick, lab, h 205 Meek. 

Burke Thomas, fireman, b 21 Miley av. 

Burke Thomas P, lab, h 366 W Maryland. 

Burke Wm, bricklyr, h 786 S East. 

Burke Wm H, salesman Louis G Deschler, 
h 34 Hall pi. 

Burke Wm T, caster Am Press Assn, b 
211 Union. 

Burkett Henry, lab, b 1052 S Meridian, 

Burkett Wm, tmstr, h 924 Madison av. 

Burkhalter Abraham, brakeman, b 99 Lex- 
ington av. 

Burkhalter John J, mach, h 33 Smithson. 

Burkhard Henry, dynamo tndr, r 86 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Burkhard Jacob, mach, r 118 Blackford. 

Burkhard Adam, turner, h 127 E South. 

Burkhardt Alexander, mach, h 100 Downey. 

Burkhardt Edward E, lab, h 6 Ingram. 

Burkhardt Ellsworth, trav agt, h 122 Pleas- 
ant. 

Burkhardt George W, lab, h 459 Charles. 

Burkhardt James C Rev, pastor Olive 
Branch Christian Church, h e s Ritter 
av 2 n of University av (I). 




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CARPETS CLEANED LIKE NEW. TELEPHONE 8i8 
CAPITAL STEAM CARPET CLEANING WORKS 



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CHESTER BRADFORD, 

Solicitor ok Patents, 
ayo colwsel i\ patest cavses. 

(See luiv. p:ij;e 6.) 

Office :— Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S.W. 

Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



Burkhardt John J, shoemkr, 104 N Noble, 
h 3;?3 Jt^fferson av. 

Burkhardt S;unuel, lab. b 333 Jefferson av. 

Burkhardt Thomas, baker, r 323 W Wash- 
ington. 

Burkhart James P, elk, b 248 N Senate av. 

Burkhart James H, polisher, b 320 E Louis- 
iana. 

Burkhart John, bartndr, b 1 Madison av. 

Burkhart Joseph, polisher, h 74 Dug-dale. 

Burkhart Joseph S, h 567 Union. 

Burkhart Julius C, trav agt, h 24 S Pine. 

Burkhart Louis, saloon, 1 Madison av, h 
same. 

Burkhart Susan E (wid Andrew J), h 248 
N Senate av. 

Burkher Louis, attendant Insane Hospital. 

Burking Harrj-, lab, h 245 Orange. 

Burkle Charles H, butcher, r 187 E Wash- 
ington. 

Burkley James, porter, r 35^^ Kentucky av. 

Burkline John, helper, b 12 S Gale (B). 

lUirkline John C, postmaster Brightwood, 
h 12 S Gale (B). 

Burks Cora, dressmkr, n w cor Michigan 
and Bismarck av (H), h same. 

Burks David C. mach hd, h 282 Howard. 

Burks James, trav agt McKee Shoe Co, h 
1044 N Alabama. 

Burks John R, janitor, b 399 W North. 

Burks Silas, lab. h rear 77 W North. 

Burks Thomas L, watchman, h 913 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Burleson Dempsy D, plastr, h n s Scho- 
field 1 w of School (B). 

Burleson Elmer E, plastr, h w s Morris 4 
s of Division (B). 

Burleson George S, patternmkr, h 170 King 
av (H). 

Burley Andrew L, porter, h 235 W Michi- 
gan. 

Hurley John, lab, b 235 W Michigan. 

Burlf-y Sarah A (wid Conrad), h 83 Howard. 

Burlington John W. lab, h .368 Newman. 

Burlington Naomi (wid Wm), b 398 Colum- 
bia av. 

Bumf^l John H, brakeman, b 4 Walcott. 

Burnell Wm E, lab, h 493 W Francis (N I). 

Humet George, lab, b 47 Agnes. 



Metal Ceilin gs and all kinds of Go ppej^ 
Tin and Sheet Iron work. 

•^O. B. EN5ET. 

Ml TtLtPHONE 1 562. 

T"" CORNER 6th AND ILLINOIS STS. 



Burnet Harry B (Burnet & Lewis), h 463 

Park av. 
BITRAET &. LEWIS (Harry B Burnet, 

Tlioniiis R Lewis), Liumber and Mill 

AVorli; Office anfl Yard 553 Dillon, 

Tel 530. 

Burnett Arthur, wireman Sanborn Electric 
Co. b 71 Kansas. 

Burnett Bros (James A and Wm M), groc- 
ers, 138 W Michigan (H), h 104 King 
av (H). 

Burnett Caroline (wid Peter), b 169 Min- 
erva. 

Burnett Charles, caller, h 40 Warman av 
(H). 

Burnett Charles, lab, b 1075 W Washington. 

Burnett Charles B, elk, b 266 S Penn. 

Burnett Daniel L, contr, h 288 B Market. 

Burnett Dora M, dressmkr, 266 S Penn, h 
same. 

Burnett Edward, lab, h 22 McCauley. 

Burnett Frank, driver, h 281 Chapel. 

Burnett Frank R, cashr, b 82 E Vermont. 

Burnett Frederick, elk, b 266 S Penn. 

Burnett George C, plastr, 266 S Penn, h 
same. 

Burnett Henry N, driver, h 538 S Illinois. 

Burnett Homer, porter, b 147 Minerva. 

Burnett James A (Burnett Bros), b 104 King 
av (H). 

Burnett John A, shoemkr, rear 271 Minerva, 
h 104 King av (H). 

Burnett John W, lab, h 1075 W Washington. 

Burnett John W, mach, b 65 Oak. 

BURNETT LEE, Propr Park Theater 
Resta.urant, Lnncli Room and 
Bakery; Open all IVig^ht, lOO W Wash- 
ing^ton, r Senate Hotel, Tel 1361. 

Burnett Levi M, grocer, 71 Minerva, h 
same. 

Burnett Maria (wid John), h 40 Lincoln la. 

Burnett Mary (wid James), b 20 Pleasant 
av. 

Burnett Mary L (wid Levi L), h 77 W Mich- 
igan. 

Burnett Omer, porter, b 147 Minerva. 

Burnett Oren E, shoemkr, h 71 Kansas. 

Burnett Ozro H, polisher, b 320 B Louis- 
iana. 

Burnett Peter M, cigarmkr, b 20 Pleasant 
av. 

Burnett Samuel C, trav agt Parrott-Tag- 
gart Bakery, r 215 N Illinois. 

Burnett Seth, plastr, h 105 N Gillard av. 

Burnett Thomas, lab, b 22 McCauley. 

Burnett Wm M (Burnett Bros), b 104 King 
av (H). 

Bumey Michael, lab, b 293 Blake. 

Burnham George M, driver, h 76 S Missouri. 

Burnham Gilbert L, baggageman, h 90 Clif- 
ford av. 

Burns Alexander, mach hd, h 140 N Pine. 

Burns Anna (wid Dorris), h 83 W Walnut. 

Burns Augustine J, uphlr, b 110 Church. 

Burns Charles, tmstr, h w s Daisy 1 n of 
Ream. 

Burns Charles E, miller, b 110 Church. 

Burns Charles E, watchmkr, b 447 N Senate 
av. 

Burns Charles T, bkkpr, b 204 Douglass. 

Burns Chemical Co The (Harvey D Bums, 
Levi Sutherland), polish mnfrs, 24 S New 
Jersey. 

Burns Christine, dressmkr, 577 W Mich- 
igan, h same. 

Burns Christopher, lab, h 250 N Liberty. 

Burns Cornelius, lab, h 250 Springfield. 



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Burns Daniel M, jeweler, b 252 Blake. 
Burns Edward R, lab, h 110 Church. 
Burns Edwin A, tailor, b 43 S Summit. 
Burns Elizabeth (wid Thomas J), dressmkr, 

187 Hoyt av, h same. 
Burns Emma, h 260 W Washington. 
Burns Emma R, housekpr, r 17 N East. 
Burns Prank, lab, b 204 Douglass. 
Burns Frank, roofer, h 12 Elizabeth. 
Bums George, lab, h 232 W Wabash. 
Bums George W, cigarmkr, r 8 Indiana av. 




Harvey A. Burkhart & Sons 

492 SOUTH MERIDIAN STREET, 



Residence, Three Miles South of City. 



DEALERS AND GROWERS 0F_ 



TREES AND PLANTS 

Also Agents for the HOME NURSERIES 

We will keep this ispring, a Full Line of Fruit and Ornamental Trees 
COR. eF WASHINGTON AN© ALABAflA STREETS 



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Burns Wm w, engr, u ±o^ i>i k^Lo,..^. 

Bums Wm L, trav agt The Bowen-Merrill 

Co, r 16 Wyandot blk. 
Burns Wm R, porter, r 18 Tohn blk. 
Bums Wm W, messenger Am Ex Co, h 52 

Traub av. 
Burnside Andrew D, elk Prancke & Schin- 

dler, h 308 Clifford av. 
Burnside Lily L,, laundress, h rear 66 E 

Michigan. 
Burr Jesse T, h 7 Wendell av. 



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Manufacturers of 

STEAMBOAT COLORS 

BEST HOUSE PAINTS MADE, 

Wholesale and Eetail. 

34 AND 36 South Meridian Street. 



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Off ic« :— Rooms 14 and 16 Hubbard Block, S.W. 
Cor. Washington and Meridian Streets, 

TNnTATJAPf»T.TH TWHTAXTA 



Burnet Harry B (Burnet & Lewis), h 463 
Park av. 

BURIVET & LEWIS (Harry B Burnet, 
Tliomns R Lewis), Lumber and Mill 
AVork; Office and Yard 553 Dillon, 
Tel 530. ' 

Burnett Arthur, wireman Sanborn Electric 

Co. b 71 Kansas. 
Burnett Bros (James A and Wm M), groc- 

ers.^^SS W Michigan (H), h 104 King- 



Tin and Sheet Iron work. 



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jisurns unaries J^;, miller, b 110 Church. 

Burns Charles B, watchmkr, b 447 N Senate 
av. 

Burns Charles T, bkkpr, b 204 Douglass. 

Burns (jhemical Co The (Harvey D Bums, 
Levi Sutherland), polish mnfrs, 24 S New 
Jersey. 

Burns Christine, dressmkr, 577 W Mich- 
igan, h same. 

Burns Christopher, lab, h 250 N Liberty. 

Burns Cornelius, lab, h 250 Springfield. 



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Burns Daniel M, jeweler, b 252 Blake. 

Burns Edward R, lab, h 110 Church. 

Burns Edwin A, tailor, b 43 S Summit. 

Burns Elizabeth (wid Thomas J), dressmkr, 
187 Hoyt av, h same. 

Burns Emma, h 260 W Washington. 

Burns Emma R, housekpr, r 17 N Bast. 

Burns Frank, lab, b 204 Douglass. 

Burns Frank, roofer, h 12 Elizabeth. 

Bums George, lab, h 232 W Wabash. 

Bums George W, cigarmkr, r 8 Indiana av. 

Burns Gerrone W, cigarmnfr, 252 Blake, 
saloon, 24 N Delaware, h 252 Blake. 

Burns Harrison, lawyer, 42 W Market, r 19 
Wyandot blk. 

Burns Harry, h 191 W Market. 

Burns Harvey, tmstr, h s © cor Yassie and 
Carlton. 

Burns Harvey D (The Burns Chemical Co), 
h 230 Tandes. 

Bums Herman, ieweler, r 8 Indiana av. 

Burns Homer, lab, b 385^; E 7th. 

Burns Hugh, bartndr, h 89 Geisendorff. 

Burns James, molder, h 44 Sheffield (W I). 

Bums James (McNeils & Burns), saloon, 
263 Hadley av (W I), h same. 

Burns James A, polisher, b 110 Church. 

Burns James D, brakeman, h 9 Warren 
av (W I). 

Burns Jedidiah W (Indpls Suspender Co), 
bkkpr The Capital Nat'l Bank, r 74 W 
Vermont. 

Burns John, lab, b 300 W Maryland. 

Burns John, lab, r 152 W Washington. 

Burns John, shoemkr, b 58 Beaty. 

Burns John B, engr, h 1050 W Washington. 

Bums John F, blksmith, h 627 Mass av. 

Bums Joseph, lab, h 15 Bismarck (H). 

Burns Kate, grocer, 184 Fayette, h same. 

Burns Louis G, candymkr, b 187 Hoyt av. 

Burns Louisa (wid Henry), h 25 Villa av. 

Burns Margaret (wid Le Roy), h 54 Dough- 
erty. 

Burns Margaret L, milliner, b ISO E North. 

Burns Margery (wid Michael), b 1101 N Me- 
ridian. 

Burns Mary A (wid John V), h 43 S Sum- 
mit. 

Burns Michael, lab, b 250 N Liberty. 

Burns Michael J, agt, r 23 Stewart pi. 

Burns Michael J, asst foreman street re- 
pairs, h 798 W Washington. 

Burns Oscar, lab, b 140 N Pine. 

Burns Patrick, lab, h 204 Douglass. 

Burns Peter, elk, h 184 Fayette. 

Burns Peter, lab, h 255 W McCarty. 

Burns Robert E, waiter, r 191 W Market. 

Burns Robert T, candymkr, b 187 Hoyt av. 

Bums Sarah W (wid Wm V), h 46 Henry. 

Burns Theodore, driver, b 140 N Pine. 

Burns Theresa (wid Edward), h 241 W 
Maryland. 

Burns Wm, brakeman, h 1081 W New York. 

Burns Wm, lab, b 337 W Maryland. 

Burns Wm, tmstr, b 860 E Washington. 

Bums Wm C, lab, b 668 Park av. 

Burns Wm F, jeweler and cigar mnfr, 8 In- 
diana av, h 447 N Senate av. 

Bums Wm G, engr, b 182 N State. 

Burns Wm L, trav agt The Bowen-Merrill 
Co, r 16 Wyandot blk. 

Burns Wm R, porter, r 18 Yohn blk. 

Bums Wm W, messenger Am Ex Co, h 52 
Traub av. 

Bumside Andrew D, elk Francke & Schin- 
dler, h 308 Clifford av. 

Burnside Lily L, laundress, h rear 66 E 
Michigan. 

Burr Jesse T, h 7 Wendell av. 



Burr Nathaniel B, h 169 N Senate av. 
Burrage Charles R, drugs, 131 Mass av, 

same. 
Burrell Alcid C, teacher Hig'h School, r 156 

E Michigan. 
Burrell Wm B, lab, h 493 W Francis (N I). 
Burris Abram L, lab, h 134 Patterson. 
Burris Albert H, mach, h 48 Buchanan. 
Burris Albert J, h rear 63 N East. 
Burris Alice M (wid Luke), b 961 N New 

Jersey. 
Burris Anna, h 23 Detroit. 
Burris Charles, lab, r 374 Muskingum al. 
Burris Charles, letter carrier P O, h 141 

Agnes. 
Burris Charles T, ins agt, b 31 Fletcher av. 
Burris Erie A (wid Jacob), b 7 Stoughton 

av. 
Burris Harry C, mach, h 48 Buchanan. 
Burris Henry J (Thomas Burris & Son), h 

125 E Washington. 
Burris John S, painter, h 521 W Addison (N 

I). 
Burris Thomas (Thomas Burris & Son), h 

127 Meek. 
Burris Thomas & Son (Thomas and Henry 

J), restaurant, 125 B Washington. 
Burris Thompson, lab, h 141 Agnes. 
Burris Walter M, driver, h 91 Decatur. 
Burris Wm R, lab, b 33 Bloomington. 
Burris Wm W, lineman, h 91 Decatur. 
Burroughs Catherine (wid James), b 537 

Virginia av. 
Burroughs Elkanah, b 523 Central av. 
Burroughs George F, mngr furnishing dept 

When Clothing Store, h 1662 N Illinois. 
Burroughs John A (Peebles & Burroughs), 

r 48 The Chalfant. 
Burrows Brie A (wid Jacob), b 7 Stoughton 

av. 
Burrows Walter, sawmkr, h 961 N Senate 

av. 
Burrows Wm H, painter, 176^/^ N Missouri, 

h same. 
Bursott John W, feed, 263 Indiana av, h 362 

N California. 
Burt Albert, trav agt, h 317 S Alabama. 
Burt Alphonso S, h 48 English av. 
Burt Gustav, electrician Indpls Dist Tel Co, 

b 17 S Senate av. 



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Burt Harry L. tel opr P C C & St L Ry, h 
S5 English av. 

Burt James C Rev. h 56 Lexington av. 

Burt J Francis, pres Brooks Oil Co, h 47 
West Drive (W P). 

Burtin Louis F, carp, h rear IS Prospect. 

Burting Joseph, tel opr, b 1S7 N Alabama. 

Burton Anna L, teacher Public School No 
13. b 2S5 E South. 

Burton Charles F, buyer N Y Store, h 215 
Hamilton av. 

Burton Charles F. engr, h 18 Hoyt av. 

Burton Clark, porter, r 236 W Wabash. 

Burton Daniel, cooper, h 129 W New York. 

Burton Doc, lab, b rear 608 N West. 

Burton Edgar, collr The Bowen-Merrill Co, 
b 74 W 5th. 

Burton Edward C. route agt Am Ex Co, h 
n s 11th 4 e of College av. 

Burton Eliza (wid Thornton), b 955 N New 
Jersey. 

Burton Ellen M (wid Wm W), r 253 Mass 
av. 

Burton Elmer, trav agt, h 494 Bellefontaine. 

Burton Frank C, cooper, b 129 W New York. 

Burton Frederick, mach, h 45 Arizona. 

Burton Frederick C, sawmkr, b 45 Arizona. 

Burton George, tmstr, h 16 Svlvan. 

Burton George jr, engr, b 16 Sylvan. 

Burton George, motorman, b 490 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Burton George W, driver, b 111 Sanders. 

Burton Isaac, carp, h 490 Bellefontaine. 

Burton James M, mnfrs' agt, V/n E Wash- 
ington, h 74 W 5th. 

Burton James W. elk. h 300 Fletcher av. 

Burton John C, oils, h 524 W 22d (N I). 

Burton John J, condr, b 1063 N Capitol av. 

Burton Joseph E, plastr, h 612 W Eugene 
(N I). 

Burton J Wesley, tmstr, h e s Caroline av 2 
n of 17th. 

Burton Martin, h 1096 N Capitol av. 

Burton Nellie M, dressmkr, b 2.53 Mass av. 

Burton Phoebe, dressmkr, b 253 Mass av. 

r.urton Sadie, h 208 N Illinois. 

Burton Samuel C, baker, h rear 63 Wy- 
oming. 



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Burton Thornton, lab, b e s Caroline av 2 
n of 17th. 

Burton Wesley, lab, h 503 Jones (N I). 

Burton Wm, elk, r 323 W North. 

Burton Wm H, cooper, 487 W New York, h 
462 same. 

Burton Wm I, meats, 158 E 7th, h 494 Belle- 
fontaine. 

Burton Zania, lab, h 278 Alvord. 

Busald George F, carp, h 211 Minnesota. 

Busas August, mach, h 332 Hillside av. 

Busby Charles B (Patterson & Busby), h 
340 Central av. 

Busch, see also Bush. 

Busch Benjamin F, gasfitter, h 222 B Mer- 
rill. 

Busch Charles A, shoemkr, 495 College av, 
h e s Addison 3 s of Washington (M J). 

Busch Christian, shoemkr, s s Washington 
17 w of Harris av (M J), h same. 

Busch Emma S (wid Charles), h 13V^ S Ala- 
bama. 

Busch George, elk, b 174 W Ohio. 

Busch George C, painter, h 1 N Dorman. 

Busch Herman, lab, h 29 Weghorst. 

Busch Johanna D (wid Jacob), b 233 N No- 
ble. 

Busch John A, carp, h 22 Iowa. 

Busch Joseph C, foreman Natl Malleable 
Castings Co, b s s Washington 17 w of 
Harris av (M J). 

Busch Wm C, molder, h 93 Weghorst. 

Buscher Edward F, policeman, h 749 N Illi- 
nois. 

Buscher Henry H, elk, b 282 Virginia av. 

Buscher Sophie (wid Henry), r 282 Virginia 
av. 

Buscher Wm, elk, h 177 St Mary. 

Busching G Otto, elk Merchants' Natl 
Bank, b 250 N East. 

Buschman Charles L (Lewis Meier & Co), 
h 1152 N Penn. 

Buschman Edward, ins agt, r 289% Mass 
av. 

Buschman Louis P (Lewis Meier iS; Co), h 
776 N New Jersey. 

BUSCHMANN AUGUST, Groceries and 
3Ieat.s 148-150 College av, Tel 973; li 
193 Broad-^vay. 

Buschmann August W (Wni Buschman & 
Co), b 150 Central av. 

Buschmann Emma W, h 150 Central av. 

Buschmann Ernest P, bartender, b Circle 
Park Hotel. 

Buschmann Ernest H, car rep, h 178 S Lin- 
den. 

Buschmann George H, elk, b 150 Central 
av. 

Buschmann Harry C, elk, b 150 Central 
av. 

Buschmann Henry H, gilder, b 178 S Lin- 
den. 

Buschmann Wm P (Wm Buschmann & 
Co), h 150 Central av. 

BUSCHMANN WM ♦& CO (Wm F and 
Anffnst AV Buschmann), Dry Goods, 
Notions, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, 
Meats, Hardware, Qneens-ware and 
Bicycles, 192-200 Ft Wayne av, Tel 
201. 

Buschor Julius, mach, h 1143 E Washing- 
ton. 

Buselmyer John, blksmlth, h 115 Meek. 

Buser Charleg O, grocer, 250 Yandes, h 223 
same. 

Buser Daniel T, meats, 392 College av, h 394 
same. 

Buser Jacob, lab, r 19 Russell av. 



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Buser John P, cig-armkr, 142 River av (W 

I), h same. 
Buser Olive, milliner, r 9 Stewart pi. 
Buser Wm S, molder. h 123 River av (W I). 
Bush, see also Busch. 
Bush Ada E, stenog- The Gordon-Kurtz Co, 

b 8 Eden pi. 
Bush Annie (wid Jeremiah), h 408 N Pine. 
Bush Calvin W, foreman, h 10 S Station 

(B). 
Bush Charles, janitor, b 548 N Missouri. 
Bush Dennis B. boilermkr, b 408 N Pine. 
Bush Edward T, trav agt, r 334 N Illinois. 
Bush Ellen (wid Michael), h 17 S Pijje. 
Bush Fannie, h 15 Anderson. 
Bush Hannah, h 296 N Liberty. 
Bush Irvin, lab, h 639 E 8th. 
Bush John, lab, h rear 636 Home av. 
Bush John, saloon, 172 W Washington, h 

same. 
Bush John H, switchman, h 147 W Morris. 
Bush John "W, teacher, h e s Commercial 

av 8 s of Washington av (I). 
Bush Lyman P, engr, h 34 S State av. 
Bush Michael, engr, b 296 N Liberty. 
Bush Morton, hostler, h 15 N New Jersey. 
Bush Nelson, h 906 S Meridian. 
Bush Rebecca (wid Calvin), h 15 Mill. 
Bush Thomas N, trav agt, b 328 W New 

York. 
Bush Wm C, waiter, b 126 Duncan. 
Bushnell Paul F, trav agt. h 199 E Morris. 
Bushong Charles D, bkkpr, b 47 Fayette. 
Bushong Deniza, grocer, 225 W Walnut, h 

47 Fayette. 
Bushong Frank B, gardener, h s s Shearer 

pike 1 e of Belt R R (B). 
Bushong George L, elk, h 47 Fayette. 
Bushong John A Rev, h e s Watts 1 n of 

Michigan. 
Bushong Wm L, draughtsman, h 50 Fay- 
ette. 
Bushrod Thomas W, barber, h 115 W 6th. 
Buskel James H, carp, h 450 Newman. 
Buskel Robert G, carp, b w s Bailey 3 s of 

30th. 
Buskel Wm, h w s Bailey 3 s of 30th. 
Buskin Thomas, elk Supervisor C C C & St 

L Ry, b 6 Henry. 
Busking, see also Buesking. 
Busking Charles G, lab, b 154 Huron. 
Busking Edward, patternmkr, b 144 Huron. 
Busking Ellen (wid Wm F), h 144 Huron. 
Busking Frank, mach, b 144 Huron. 
Busking Henry C, h 154 Huron. 
Busking Henry F, foreman Sinker-Davis 

Co, h 469 Park av. 
Busking Wm, carp, h rear 526 S Meridian. 
Busking Wm F, lather, b 154 Huron. 
Buskirk Edward C, lawyer, h 116 Ruckle. 
Buskirk Elizabeth (wid Peter Y), h 38 S 

Judge Harding (W I). 
Buskirk Florence W (wid John), elk U S 

Pension Agency, b 325 N Noble. 
Buskirk Frank, elk, h 371^ W Market. 
Buskirk George A, elk Union Trust Co, 

h 1002 N Capitol av. 
Buskirk Horace O, tel opr, r 35 Hendricks 

blk. 
Buskirk Joseph L, condr, h 249 Blake. 
Buskirk Roscoe W, tel opr, h 38 S Judge 

Harding (W I). 
Bussell Louisa (wid Erastus T), h 780 N 

Illinois. 
Bussell Wm J, mach opr Indpls Journal, r 

11 E New York. 
Busselle Elmer T, electrician, b 487 N Illi- 
nois. 
Busselle Kate (wid Rue), h 487 N Illinois. 



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Busselle Mary A (wid Wm), h 157 Fayette. 
Busselle Ruby, trimmer New York Store, b 

487 N Illinois. 
Busselle Viola F, teacher Public School No 

4, b 157 Fayette. 
Busselle Wm L, bookbinder, b 157 Fayette. 
Bussey Beulah (wid John), b 467 "Virginia 

av. 
Bussey Emma (wid Jesse G), h 29 Highland 

pl. 
Bussey Frank, lab, b 67 Malott av. 
Bussey John W (Bussey & Deitz), b 29 

Highland pl. 
Bussey Moses, lab, h 149 Hillside av. 
Bussey & Dietz (John W Bussey, Oscar 

Dietz), meats, 903 N Senate av. 
Buswell Agnes (wid John), b 116 Lexington 

av. 
Butcher Daniel A, patrolman, h 219 Blake. 
Butcher Edward, lab, b w s Elm av 1 n of 

Washington av (I). 
Butcher Ellen, florist, 84 E Mkt House, h n 

end Maxwell av (I). 
Butcher George L, gardener, h s s Walnut 

av 2 w of Maple av (I). 
Buthe Aug-ustus L, saloon, 171 W Wash- 
ington, h w s Graceland av 2 n of 26th. 
Butler Alexander L, janitor Public Library, 

h 389 S Delaware. 
Butler Andrew, driver, h 191 W 2d. 
Butler Andrew jr, lab, b 191 W 2d. ■ 

Butler Annie, cook Hotel English. 
Butler A Ellsworth, foreman Western 

Horseman, h 33 Highland pl. — 

Butler Bsnjamin F, molder, h 129 Shepard — 

(W I). 
Butler Catherine M (wid Daniel K), h 25 ^ 

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Butler Charles A, elk, b 495 B 9th. © 

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Butlei- Darwin W, live stock agt C H & 

D R R Union Stock Yards (W I), h 115 

Park av. 
Butler Edwin, painter, b 193 Elm. 
Butler Ellen (wid Michael), b 534 S Illinois. 
Butler Ernest J. distributer, b 41 Vine. 
Butler Evelyn M. asst preparatory school 

Butler College, b w s Downey av 3 s of 

Washington av (I). 
Butler Frank D, huckster, b 33 W Morris. 
Butler George W, carp, h 343 Alvord. 
Butler Hampton, lab, h 30 N Cruse. 
Butler Harry C, plumber, h 77 E Walnut. 
Butler Henry M, trav agt, b Grand Hotel. 
Butler Houston, lab, b 232 W 5th. 
Butler Ida C (wid James), h 2101/2 S Merid- 
ian. 
Butler James, lab, b 410 S Capitol av. 
Butler James H, lab, h 280 Howard (W I). 
Butler Jennie, h 135 Allegheny. 
Butler Job, well driver, 171 S Reisner (W I), 

h same. 
Butler John A, mach, h 36 Standard av 

(W I). 
BUTLER JOHN A, Sec The Indiana 

Trust Co, li 700 N New Jersey. 
Butler John H, b 210 Park av. 
Butler John H, fireman, h w s McPherson 

1 n of English (S). 
Butler John H, hostler, h 41 Vine. 
Butler John S, student, b w s Downey av 

3 s of Washington av (I). 
Butler Lulu, elk. b 79 W Morris. 
Butler Mahlon D, mngr W U Tel Co, 19 S 

Meridian, b 159 Christian av. 
Butler Mary, h 654 N Alabama. 
Butler Mary, b 359 Blake. 
Butler Mary (wid Michael), h 410 S Capitol 

av. 
Butler Mary J (wid Joseph), b 120 Ruckle. 
Butler Michael F, sawmkr, b 410 S Capitol 

av. 
Butler Nancy L. b 448 College av. 
Butler Noble C, elk U S Courts P O bldg, 

h 210 Park av. 
, Butler Noble C jr, elk, b 210 Park av. 

Butler Oscar, painter, b 193 Elm. 
' Butler Ovid D (Elliott & Butler), h 67 The 
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Butler Randall, driver, h 23 Mill. 
Butler Reuben J, h 193 Elm. 

Butler Robert, farmer, h w s Barhart 3 s of 
Prospect. 

Butler Robert, lab, h 227 W 3d. 

Butler Samuel, tmstr, h 76 S Belmont av 
(W I). 

BUTLER SCOT, A M, Pres Faculty and 
Treas Board of Directors Butler Col- 
legre, li tt s Do^vney av 3 s of Wasli- 
ing-ton av (I). 

Butler Stephen H, elk, b 45 Bradshaw. 

Butler Susan W (wid John M), h 166 N Me- 
ridian. 

Butler Thomas, lab, b 337 W Maryland. 

Butler Thomas H, trav agt, h 404 N Dela- 
ware. 

Butler Thomas L, h 654 N Alabama. 

Butler Timothy W, barber, b 40 Howard. 

Butler Wm, broommkr, h 268 N Noble. 

Butler Wm, lab, h s s Pansy 4 w of Floral 
av. 

Butler Wm F, phys, 599 N Senate av, h 
same. 

Butler Wm J, registry elk P O Depot 
Branch, h 25 School. 

Butler Wm T, draughtsman Brown- 
Ketcham Iron Wks, r 378 N Meridian. 

Butler Willis, bricklayer, h 210 W 10th. 

Butler Winifred E, stenog J D Adams & Co, 
b 410 S Capitol av. 

Butner Alonzo M, condr, h 218 Blake. 

Butsch Frank G, nailer, b 507 S West. 

Butsch Frank J, salesman Jacob Metzger 
& Co, b 118 Greer. 

Butsch George W, mach, h 537 S Capitol av. 

Butsch John, salesman, h 538 S East. 

Butsch Joseph, h 789 N Delaware. 

Butsch Mary (wid Peter), n 118 Greer. 

Butsch Philip L, mach, h 436 S State av. 

Buttel Morris, lab, b 224 W Maryland. . 

Butterfleld Albert F, mach, h 76 Arbor av 
(W I). 

Butterfleld Caroline (wid Abram), b s w cor 
University and Downey avs (I). 

Butterfleld Cyrus S, printer, h 790 N Illinois. 

Butterfleld Edward T, printer, r 146 W Ver- 
mont. 

Butterfleld Manly, carp, h 538 W Wells (N 

I). 

Butterfleld Thomas M, carp, h 462 Shoe- 
maker (N I). 

Butterfleld Tvranis P, carp, h 538 W Wells 
(N I). 

Butterfleld Velorus, elk Knight & Jillson, 
h 1119 E Michigan. 

Butterfleld Wm A, baker, b 287 S Penn. 

Butterworth Charles W L, tailor, h 116 Lex- 
ington av. 

Butterworth Elizabeth (wid Charles), h 78 
Hoyt av. 

Butterworth G Clarence, tailor, h s s Wolf 
pike 2 e of Baltimore av. 

Butterworth James H, trav agt, h 483 Still- 
well. 

Butterworth John E, tailor, h 289 Huron. 

Butterworth Lyda, h 371/2 W Market. 

Buttler Joseph (Ruemmele & Buttler), h 171 
S Reisner (W I). 

Button Lewis B, lab, h 47 Depot (B). 

Butts Charles S, roadmaster, h 446 W 
Francis (N I). 

Butts Frank C, well builder, 133 Indiana 
av, h 35 Ellsworth. 

Buttweiler Frank S, agt The Brunswick- 
Balke-Collender Co, 138 S Illinois, b 28 
Ft Wayne av. 

Buttz Henry, plumber, h 141 S Olive. 

Butlz John W. h 357 N East. 



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Buttz John W, g-asfitter, h 396 W Pratt. 
Buttz Pearl D, milliner, 54 Mass av, b 357 

N East. 
Butzke Paul E, packer, h 830 Rembrandt. 
Buzan Mollie A, manicure, 25i/^ W Wash- 
ington, r same. 
Buzan Rex, printer, b 25i/^ Mass av. 
Buzatt Carey, mngr Bicycle Academy 

Cyclorama bldg-, r 104 S Noble. 
Buzatt Joseph, elk, r 104 S Noble. 
Buzatt Walter, lab, b 191 N New Jersey. 
Buzzard Wm D, condr, h 533 College av. 
Byard Jackson L, patrolman, h 164 Coburn. 
Bybee Addison, pres Mnfrs' Bldg and 

Power Co, r 60 The Blacherne. 
Bybee Cornelius, lab, b 184 Howard. 
Bybee Frank, house mover, h 318 E Court. 
Bybee Rhyul H, lab. h 211 "W 3d. 
Bye Benjamin P, phys, 170 N Illinois, h 130 

W 2d. 
Bye Charles E, phys, 170 N Illinois, h 410 

E McCartv. 
Bye David M, phys, 170 N Illinois, h 492 N 

Capitol av. 
Bye George, ins agt. h 485 Highland av. 
Bye Wm O, phys, 170 N Illinois, b 492 N 

Capitol av. 
Byer August, cabtmkr, b 402 N California. 
Byer Edward, elk, b 402 N California. 
Byer Margaret (wid Lawrence), h 402 N 

California. 
Byers, see also x^aar, Bahr, Barr, Bayer 

and Beyer. 
Byers Augusta, seamstress, r 5% Indiana 

av. 
Byers Clarence H, motorman, b 533 College 

av. 
Byers Daniel H, switchtndr, h 345 English 

av. 
Byers David A, engr, h 179 N California. 
Byers Frank C, photog, h 260 W Washing- 
ton. 
Byers Herbert, coachman 493 N Capitol av. 
Byers Joseph H, trav agt, h 518 N Illinois. 
Byers Noah L, barber, b 371 English av. 
Byers Wm J, baggageman, h 24 S Dorman. 
Byers Wm J, blksmith, h 50 Fletcher av. 
Byers Wm L, painter, h 324 W Pearl. 
Byers Wm O, supt Inquiry Dept Indpls 

Bureau of Inquiry and Investigation, h 181 

N Alabama- 
Byfleld Arthur H, bkkpr City Comptroller's 

Office, b 909 N Illinois. 
Byfield Charles H, stair builder, h 458 High- 
land av. 
Byfleld Charles W, M O elk P O, b 909 N 

Illinois. 
Byfield Delilah E, elk 198 Virginia av, h 271 

English av. 
Byfleld Harry W, printer, b 86 Union. 
Byfleld Henry N, elk Knight & Jillson, b 

909 N Illinois. 
Byfleld Jessie M (wid Cass), h 909 N Illinois. 
Byfleld Louise G, bkkpr G W Pangbom, 

b 86 LTnion. 
Byfleld Vincent D, molder, h 271 English av. 
Byfleld, Whitcomb, janitor Public School 

No 6, h 86 Union. 
Bynum James, lab, b rear 119 Meek. 
Bynum Thomas, lab, h 286 Alvord. 
Bynum Wm D, lawyer, 534-535 Lemcke bldg, 

h 527 Ash. 
Byram, Cornelius & Co (Norman S Byram, 

Edward G Cornelius), loans, 15 Thorpe 

blk. 
Bynum Henry G, pres Cleaveland Pence Co, 

h 21 W 12th. 
Byram John, engr, h 558 Union. 



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Byram John Q, dentist, n w cor Central av 
and P C C & St L Ry (I), h w s Ritter 
av 2 s of Washington av (I). 

Byram. Norman S (Byram, Cornelius & Co), 
sec and treas Cleaveland Fence Co, h 956 1 
N Illinois. 

Byram Norman S jr, trav agt, b 956 N Il- 
linois. 

Byram Oliver T, b 956 N Illinois. 

Byram Perry M, prin High School (I), b, 
w s Ritter av 2 s of Washington av (I). 

Byrd, see also Bird and Burd. 

BYRD JOSEPH W, Lumber. SbingleB, 
Sasb, Doors and Blinds, 323 Liemclse 
Bids', Tel 1740; h Lake av nr Wash- 
ington (I). (See adv opp Lumber 
Mnfrs and Dealers.) 

Byrd Lewis, elk. h 130 St Mary. 

Byrd Thomas Rev, pastor Olive . Baptist 
Church, h 412 S State av. 

Byrket Walter, fireman, r 12 N State av. 

Byrkit Albert, engr, h 24 Garland (W I). 

Byrkit Anna M (wid Davis Y), h 169 Ash. 

Byrkit Davis Y, draughtsman C C C & St 
L Ry, b 169 Ash. 

Byrkit Edwin A, opr W U Tel Co, b 1182, 
N Illinois. 

Byrkit Elizabeth P (wid Martin), h 42 Ma- ' 
rion av (W I). 

Byrkit Frank, molder, h 39 W Morris. 

Byrkit Henry, candymkr, h 4 Spann av. 

Byrkit Hiram R, supt, h 75 W 2d. 

Byrkit Hugh S, asst sec The Indpls Board ' 
of Trade, b 169 Ash. 

Byrkit John W, elk Henry Coburn, h 11 
Edward (W I). 

Byrn James C, motorman, h 76 Holmes av , 
(H). 

Byrn Wm O, copycutter The Indpls News, 
h 87 W 20th. 

Byrne Christopher, h 250 N Liberty. 

Byrne Cornelius, boilermkr, b 250 N Liber- 
ty. 

Byrne Ella, b 474 College av. 

Byrne Frank, mach, b 213 S Alabama. 

Byrne Joseph J, contr agt Nickel Plate 
Line, b 138 Mass av. 

Byrne Michael, finisher, b 250 N Liberty. 



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Bvrne Patrick, lab, h 4 Hadley av (W I). 

Byrne Stephen T, furnacefltter, b 215 S Ala- 
bama. 

Byrum Mary R (wid Thomas M), b 184 
Hoyt av. 



Cabalzer Joseph C, driver, h 114 Bright. 

Cabbell George, lab, h 8 Wallack. 

Cabbell Henry, hostler s w cor Washington 

and National avs. 
Cable George W, elk R M S, h 246 N Cali- 
fornia. 
Cable Mary E, teacher Public School No 

19, 2-!6 N California. 
Cabman Ernest, peddler, r 266 W Court. 
Cade John D, civil engr, h 5 Birch av (W 

I). 
Cade Thomas B, boilermkr, h 872 Cornell 

av. 
Cadres Edmund A, painter, b 30 McGill. 
Cadwallader Adoniram E, tiremkr, b 170 

Harrison. 
Cadwallader Duke, packer, b 86 Downey. 
Cadwallader Smith, baker, h 170 Harrison. 
Cadwallader Wm. carp, b 23 Helen. 
Cadwell Charles R, molder, h 158 Nordyke 

av (W I). 
Cady Abigail A (wid Charles W), b 627 N 

Illinois. 
Cady David, elk George J Marott, h IO241/2 

N Meridian. 
Cadv Elmer, b 1024^^ N Meridian. 
Cady Frederick W, lawyer, SVz N Penn, h 

903 Broadway. 
Caesar August, baker, h 50 Morton. 
Caesber Frank A, mach, b 2V2 Shriver av. 
Caesber Jesse H, mach, b 2i/^ Shriver av. 
Caesber John S, millwright, h 2i^ Shriver 

av. 
Caffee, see also Coffay. 

Caffee Amos H, student, h 186 N Senate av. 
Caffery Mary, laundress, h 309 E Court. 
Caffrey John A, trav agt, b Grand Hotel. 
Caffrey John J, electrician, h w s Addison 

3 s of Washington (M J). 
Caffyn Ellsworth, h 289 Union. 
Caffyn Frank B, b 271 Union. 



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SEALS 

STENCILS, RUBBER STAMPS, CHECKS, 
BAJJGES, DOOR PLATES, ETC. 

16 8. Meridian St.. Ground Floor. Tel. 1386. 



Caffyn John, circulator, r 220i^ S Meridian. 

Caffyn Sarah J (wid James W), h 271 
Union. 

Cage John, lab, h 330 W 2d. 

Cahalane Cornelius C, insp, b 252 Bates. 

Cahalane Hanora (wid Patrick J), h 252 
Bates. 

Cahalane John F, mach, b 252 Bates. 

Cahalane Michael S, fireman, b 252 Bates. 

Cahalane Patrick J, engr, b 252 Bates. 

Cahalane Thomas B, insp, b 252 Bates. 

Cahill Alfred, blksmith. h 4621/2 N West. 

Cahill Bartholomew, lab, b 11 Meikel. 

Cahill Daniel, mach, h 416% S Meridian. 

Cahill George W, plumber, b 603 N West. 

Cahill Henry P, b 323 Fletcher av. 

Cahill Hiram J, carp, h 603 N West. 

Cahill James B, foreman Sentinel Printing 
Co, h 430 S Meridian. 

Cahill James R, glazier, b 323 Fletcher av. 

Cahill John, lab, h 16 Meikel. 

Cahill John, h 323 Fletcher av. 

Cahill John S, uphlr, b 323 Fletcher av. 

Cahill Joseph, spinner, h 347 W Washing- 
ton. 

Cahill Kate (wid John), h 3 Riley blk. 

Cahill Lillie, cashr, b 462y2 N West. 

Cahill Martin, lab, b 271 W Market. 

Cahill Mary, dressmkr, 414 S Meridian, r 
same. 

Cahill Mary (wid John T), h 106 Agnes. 

Cahill Mary A (wid John), dressmkr, 217 
W Michigan, b same. 

Cahill Patrick, b 160 Fletcher av. 

Cahill Sadie (wid Dudley F), h 440i^ S Me- 
ridian. 

Cahill Thomas, lab, h 17 Meikel. 

Cahill Thomas B, artist, 619 Virginia av, h 
same. 

Cahn, see also Kahn. 

Cahn Felix R, solr R L Polk & Co, 23-24 
Journal bldg. 

Cain, see also Kahn, Kane and O'Cain. 

Cain Absalom F, lab, b e s Cornelius 1 n 
of Carlton (M). 

Cain Edward M, cooper, h 47 Edward (W 
I). 

Cain Frank T, motorman, r 19314 S Illinois. 

Cain Hulda M (wid Marion), b 55 S Califor- 
nia. 

Cain James, b 47 Edward (W I). 

Cain James, peddler, r 23 N West. 

Cain John A, lab, h 170 S Judge Harding 
(W I). 

Cain John C, waiter, b 130 Columbia al. 

Cain John C, phys, 57 King av (H), h 
same. 

Cain Joseph D, student, h 464 N West. 

Cain Luke T, lab, b 262 S Missouri. 

Cain Martin, lab, b 399 S Missouri. 

Cain Mary A, b 464 N West. 

Cain Michael-, h 399 S Missouri. 

Cain Michael D, agt, h 143 W Morris. 

Cain Michael H, chief engr Stat© House, 
h 905 N Capitol av. 

Cain Nathan, lab, h e s Cornelius 1 n of 
Carlton (M). 

Cain Samuel, b 46 Stevens. 

Cain Sarah E, nurse, 28 Evison, h same. 

Cain Taylor R, druggist, h 39 Hudson. 

Cain Thomas, lab, b 29 Blackford. 

Cain Thomas C, asst engr State House, h 
25 Paca 

Cain Winifred (wid Michael), b 356 S Illi- 
nois. 

Caine James H, elk Wm Laurie & Co, r 
357 S Alabama. 

Caird Robert N (Caird, Vial & Co), b 145 
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Caird, Vial & Co (Robert N Caird, James 
M Vial), bicycles, 16 Monument pi. 

Cairns James, lab, h 79 E McCartv. 

Caito Michael, peddle fruits, h 21S S East. 

Calbert, see also Colbert. 

Calbert Felix M, oil, h 22 Excelsior av. 

Calbert General F, oil, h 88 Keystone av. 

Calbert James N, brakeman, b 124 Eng-lish 
av. 

Calderhead James, baker, 343 W Vermont. 

Calderhead Margaret S, asst cashr, b 343 
W Vermont. 

Caldo Maria (wid Perry), h 220 W Wabash. 

Caldwell, see also Cadwell, Cauldwell, Cold- 
well and Colwell. 

Caldwell Albert, elk Parry Mntg Co, b 156 
N Illinois. 

Caldwell Andrew J, bartndr, h 23 Bryan pi. 

Caldwell Anna (wid Wm), h 86 W 8th. 

Caldwell Arthur B, cashier Van Camp H 
and I Co, b 785 N Penn. 

Caldwell Arthur C, elk, b 537 E Ohio. 

Caldwell Austin, engr, b 211i/^ E Washing- 
ton. 

Caldwell Benjamin P, grocer, 188 W 7th, h 
8801/2 N Senate av. 

Caldwell Charles, bartndr, r 252 S Capitol 
av. 

Caldwell Charles C, elk HoUweg & Reese, 
h 785 N Penn. 

Caldwell Edmund J, elk When Clohing 
Store, b 1110 N New Jersey. 

Caldwell Edward E, elk ^' U Tel Co, h 
1182 N Illinois. 

Caldwell Elizabeth (wid Thomas G), h 169 
W New York. 

Caldwell Emma, h 211^^ E Washington. 

Caldwell Frank W, mngr, h 530 W Francis 
(N I ). 

Caldwell Harry, porter, h 202 Agnes. 

Caldwell James, h rear 175 N West. 

Caldwell James, grocer, 65 E 14th, h 1110 N 
New Jersey. 

Caldwell Jane (wid Henry), h 46 Vincennes 
(W I). 

Caldwell Jefferson, real est, h 1059 N Dela- 
ware. 

Caldwell Jesse, custodian, r 36 Bird. 

Caldwell John, bartndr, b 771 N Senate av. 

Caldwell John B, lab, b 269 W Market. 

Caldwell John P, carp, h 791 E Market. 

Caldwell Joseph W, painter, h 738 E 8th. 

Caldwell Marion (Caldwell & Deacon), r 171 
N Capitol av. 

Caldwell Nelson, lab, h 94 Fayette. 

Caldwell Oscar, tailor, SOVz S Illinois, b 771 
N Senate av. 

Caldwell Sarah (wid John), b 1007 N Capi- 
tol av. 

Caldwell Sarah (wid Nelson), b 94 Payette. 

Caldwell Wm L, trav agt, h 976 N Capitol 
av. 

Caldwell Wm P, claim elk C C C & St L 
Ry, h 154 Lexington av. 

Caldwell Wilson, trav agt, h 537 E Ohio. 

Caldwell W Hampton, phys, 143 N Penn, h 
same. 

Caldwell & Deacon (Marion T Caldwell, 
Alfred L Deacon), real est, 52 Journal 
bldg. 

Cale David H, student, b 111 Ruckle. 

Cale Franklin N, carp, h 144 Martindale av. 

CAL,E HOAVARD, Lawyer, Room 24, 
681^ E Market, li 111 RxicUle, Tel 824. 

Cale Robert F, h 142 Martindale av. 

Cale Wm D, lab, h 150 Martindale av. 

Calef Lizzie R (wid Arthur), b 23 Division 
(W I). 

Calhoun Frank, switchman, b 182 Meek. 



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Calhoun Franklin J, condr, h 4 S Sta- 
tion (B). 

Calhoun Gouverneur, mngr Am Tel and Tel 
Co, h Cincinnati, O. 

Calhoun Pamelia (wid Wm), b 4 S Station 
(B). 

Calhoun Robert, lab, h 331 W Maryland. 

Calhoun Wm A. fireman, h 353 English av. 

California House, 184-186 S Illinois. 

Calkins, see also Caulkins. 

Calkins Mary I, h n e cor Downey and Uni- 
versity avs (I). 

Calkins Philip L, carp, h 26 Sheldon. 

Call Clarence A, elk, h 18 Osgood (W I). 

Call Dominick F, elk, b 116 Oak. 

Call Mary H (wid Hugh), h 116 Oak. 

Call John J, mach, b 116 Oak. 

Callaghan Daniel, lab, h 229 W Merrill. 

Callaghan Jeremiah M, lab, b 229 W Merrill. 

Callahan Albert L, condr, h 66 N Seville av. 

Callahan Charles F. blksmith, h 335 W 2d. 

Callahan Daniel, lab, h 77 Meek. 

Callahan Daniel W, horseshoer, b 31 Oliver 
av (W I). 

Callahan Dennis, fireman, r 83 English av. 

Callahan Elmer E, lab, h 89 Paca. 

Callahan Frank B, elk. h 113 Lexington av. 

Callahan George F, lab, b 106 Church. 

Callahan James, lab, h 482 S West. 

Callahan James, elk, b 70 Fayette. 

Callahan James B, mach hd, h 233 English 
av. 

Callahan James H, carp, h 70 Fayette. 

Callahan James M, sawyer, h 376 N Mis- 
souri. 

Callahan Jeremiah, lab, h 16 Minerva. 

Callahan Jeremiah F, mach, h 305 Cornell 
av. 

Callahan John, grocer, 152 Johnson (W I), 
h same. 

Callahan John, lab, b 70 Fayette. 

Callahan John, lab, h 31 Oliver av (W T). 

Callahan John P, grocer, 109 Lexington av, 
h same. 

Callahan John R, grocer, 101 S Reisner (W 
I), h same. 

Callahan Judson E, elk, b 563 Broadway. 

Callahan Louis A, printer, h 59 Willow. 

Callahan Mary A (wid Wm), b 283 B Geor- 
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Callahan Michael, h 202 W Walnut. 

Callahan Michael, elk, h 36 Lord. 

Callahan Michael, firemaji. b 106 Church. 

Callahan Michael H, molder, h 325 W 2d. 

Callahan Morris, lab, b 77 Meek. 

Callahan Patrick, lab, b 532 S Capitol av. 

Callahan Shafer, mach, b 36 Lord. 

Callahan Thomas, elk, h 174 Bird. 

Callahan Thomas M, mach, b 305 Cornell av. 

Callahan Timothy E, condr, h 92 Bates. 

Callahan Timothy E, molder, h 71 Paca. 

Callahan Wm H, finisher, b 163 S Linden. 

Callahan Wm J, ins agt, b 152 Johnson 
(W I). 

Callaway Frank B, r 115 N New Jersey. 

Callaway Thomas, lab, h 631/2 Superior. 

Callaway Wm J, elk Belt R R and Stock 
Yards Co, h 215 N Illinois. 

Callen Prank J, pub. h 24 McKim av. 

Callender Amanda (wid Isaac), b rear 626 
Home av. 

Galley Alexander, foreman, h 607 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Callis Hampton, carp, h 73 Minerva. 

Callis Joseph, grocer, 183 Elizabeth, h same. 

Callis Theodore O, mngr Enterprise Hotel, 
b same. 

Gallon Frank T, plumber, b 197 N Noble. 

Gallon Harry A, plumber, b 197 N Noble. 

Gallon James F, plumber, h 197 N Noble. 

Galloway Ida. h rear 309 E Washington. 

Calloway Thomas, lab, r 10 Roanoke. 

Caltrider Kate, seamstress, h 193^/^ E Wash- 
ington. 

Calvelage August H, foreman Natl Malle- 
able Castings Co, h 112 King (H). 

Calvelage George B, molder, b 112 King (H). 

Calvelage Louis B, asst foreman Natl 
Malleable Castings Go, b 112 King (H). 

Calvelage Robert H, lab, b 112 King (H). 

Calvert Belle C (wid David H), h 11 The 
Blacherne. 

Calvert Frederick, chef The Bates. 

Calvert George C, lawyer, 18i/4 N Penn, r 11 
The Blacherne. 

Calvert Mary E, dressmkr, 195 Bellefon- 
taine, h same. 

Calvert Wm H, elk Mut Life Ins Co of Ind, 
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Calvin, see also Colvin. 

Calvin Charles H, molder, h 237 Columbia 

av. 
Calvin Elizabeth (wid Joseph A), b 237 Co- 
lumbia av. 
Calvin Otha F, grocer, 203 W Washington, 

h 239 W Market. 
Calvin Peter, lab, b 178 S Illinois. 
Calvin Wm J, molder, b 69 Yandes. 
Cambridge Charles M, farmer, h e s Daisy 

1 n of Ream. 
Cambridge James, lab, h 16 N McLain (W 

I). 
Camden James O, lab, h 533 W 22d (N I). 
Camden Wm T, lab, b 533 W 22d (N I). 
Cameron Carl W, musician, b 26 SchooL 
Cameron Clare G, elk The Progress Cloth- 
ing Co, b 26 School. 
Cameron Elizabeth F, r 1061/^ N Meridian. 
Cameron James D, well driver, h 200 E St 

Joseph. 
Cameron John B, elk engr m of w G C C 

& St L Ry, b 173 E Vermont. 
Cameron John D, blksmith, h 1821 N Senate 

av. 
Cameron Joseph B, salesman Emil Wulsch- 

ner & Son, h 26 School. 
Cameron Margaret (wid John), h 200 E St 

Joseph. 
Cameron Sarah E, dressmkr, 200 E St 

Joseph, b same. 
Cameron Wm H H, trav agt, b 422 N 

Illinois. 
Gamp, see also Kemp. 

Gamp Clayton E, car rep, h 31 S Stuart (B). 
Gamp David, lab, h e s Waverly 1 n of 

Division (B). 
Gamp David E, condr, h 58 Russell av. 
Camp Edward, elk Commercial Hotel, r 285 

S Capitol av. 
Camp George T, lather, b 24 Brett. 
Camp Joseph D, lab, h 24 Brett. 
Gampau Henry L, trav agt, r Grand Hotel. 
Campbell Ada (wid John), b 74 W New 

York. 
Campbell Adam, lab, h 118 N Belmont av 

(H). 
Campbell Addie (wiu John D), h 130 W New 

York. 
Campbell Albert, condr, b 105 Minerva. 
Campbell Albert, fireman, b 377 English av. 
Campbell Albert B, lab, h ISO Douglass. 
Campbell Albert E, lab, b 264 W Michigan. 
Campbell Alexander, lab, h 92 N Dorman. 
Campbell Amanda (wid Wellon), h 72 

MartindaJe av. 
Campbell Amaziah, carp, h 105 Newman. 
Campbell Andrew, lab, h e s Hampton 1 s 

of Clifford av. 
Campbell Andrew jr, lab, h w & Hampton 3 

s of Clifford av. 
Campbell Arthur B, cigars, 2 Malott av, b 

579 E St Clair. 
Campbell Belle, housekpr Blind Inst. 
Campbell Benjamin J, elk Postal Tel Gable 

Co, b 794 E Washington. 
Campbell Bennett, mer police, h 615 W 

Pearl. 
Campbell Catherine, actress, b 243 Alvord. 
Campbell Catherine (wid Dennis), h 106 

Cherry. 
Campbell Catherine (wid Edward), h 1065 

W Michigan. 
Campbell Charles, engr, h 229 English av. 
f';impl)f'll Charles A, lab, h 44 N Rural. 
C'iimplxll Charles B, carp, h 210 W 6th. 
Cami)l^ill Charles W, condr, h 83 Pleasant. 
Campbell Chester E, grocer, 59 Howard, h 

same. 



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Campbell Clayton C, elk, b 66 Yeiser. 
Campbell Clyde C, foreman, h 617 W Mich- 
igan. 
Campbell Cornelius, molder, b 8 Yandes. 
Campbell Daniel, saloon, 471 E St Clair, h 

469 same. 
Campbell Daniel A, fireman, b 8 Yandes. 
Campbell Daniel B, plumber, h 244 W Mc- 

Carty. 
Campbell David, lab, b rear 232 S Missouri. 
Campbell Eddy Morris (Campbell, Wild & 

Co), h 107 Middle Drive (W P). 
Campbell Edward, paperhng-r, b 1065 W 

Michigan. 
Campbell Edward H, engr, h 374 Fulton. 
Campbell Edward R, lab, h 654i^ Virginia 

av. 
Campbell Elizabeth A (wid James S), h 227 

E New York. 
Campbell Elizabeth J (wid Wm), h 84 W 

Ohio. 
Campbell Emma, h 282 W Market. 
Campbell Ezra N, foreman, h 58 Randolph. 
Campbell Flora, h w s Auburn av 2 s of 

Bethel av. 
Campbell Prank, lab. h 330 Indiana, av. 
Campbell Frank, painter, b 55 Dougherty. 
Campbell Frank E, lab, b 615 W Pearl. 
Campbell Frank O, engr, h 361 S Delaware. 
Campbell Frederick G, elk G W Stout, b 

471 Broadway. 
Campbell Frederick M, brickmason, b 641 

Mass av. 
Campbell George, brakeman, h 800 E Mar- 
ket. 
Campbell George D, mngr The Geo D 

Campbell Co, h 89 N State av. 

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Campbell Mngr, Mnfrs of Pickles, 
Preserves, Fruit Butter, CIiot*' ChoTv, 
Mustard, Vinegar, Sauces, Etc, 593- 
599 E Wasliington. 

Campbell George H, mach hd, h e s Sher- 
man Drive 1 n of Washington. 

Campbell Godfrey J, barber, r 141 W Wash- 
ington. 

Campbell Guy, lab, b 452 Chicago (N I). 

Campbell Harrison, lab, h e s Baltimore av 
2 n of Hillside av. 

Campbell Henry, houseman, h 170 Bird. 

Campbell Henry C, real est, 435 Lemcke 
bldg, h 1065 N Illinois. 

Campbell Herbert J, elk, b 227 E New York. 

Campbell Hester (wid Jacob), b 315 Fletcher 
av. 

Campbell Hezekiah, carp, h 54 Carlos. 

Campbell Hugh, carp, h 641 Mass av. 

Campbell Irene (wid James D), b 73 Colum- 
bia av. 

Campbell James, carp, b 55 Dougherty. 

Campbell James, lab, h 124 W Miami. 

Campbell James E, molder, b 1065 W Mich- 
igan. 

Campbell James K, mach hd, h 10 Lynn av 
(W I). 

Campbell James M, city fireman, b 54 Car- 
los. 

Campbell Jennie (wid Laury), h 10^^ Clif- 
ford av. 

Campbell Jeremiah R, carp, h 55 Dougherty. 

Campbell John F, fireman, b 115 Meek. 

Campbell John H, carp, h 503 Martindale 
av. 

Campbell John J, bookbinder, b 106 Cherry. 

Campbell John W, trav pass agt Penna 
Lines, h s e cor Cherry and Houston avs 
(I). 

Campbell Joseph, lab, h 41 Church. 



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Campbell Joseph, tmstr, h 243 Eureka av. 

Campbell Joshua T, h 155 Hoyt av. 

Campbell Kate (wid Henry C), h 25i^ Mass 
av. 

Campbell Kate L (wid Thomas S), h 327 N 
Illinois. 

Campbell Kate M (wid Allen), h 270 Fletch- 
er av. 

Campbell Len, barber, 115% Mass av, r 24 
Empire blk. 

Campbell Leonard L, student, b 107 Middle 
Drive (W P). 

Campbell Lester E, trav agt, b 808 Park av. 

Campbell Levi S, phys, 65 Indiana av, r 73 
same. 

Campbell Louis, elk, h 431 Ash. 

Campbell Lucinda (wid James E), h 594 E 
10th. 

Campbell Luther T, engr, h 424 E Georgia. 

Campbell Marcia (wid Joseph), h .105 Min- 
erva. 

Campbell Mary (wid Morris), h 8 Yandes. 

Campbell Mary A (wid Reuben), boarding 
29 Madison av. 

Campbell May, bkkkpr Frank M Dell, b 309 
E Ohio. 

Campbell Milton T, jeweler, 134 Mass av, h 
754 Nevada. 

Campbell Morris, lab, b 8 Yandes. 

Campbell Newton M, engr, h 127 Fletcher 
av. 

Campbell Ora A (wid Patrick), b 278 Michi- 
gan (H). 

Campbell Orlando G, b n s Brookside av 
1 e of Rural. 

Campbell Patrick, elk, b Roosevelt House. 

Campbell Prudence (wid James), b 212 N 
West. 

Campbell Richard H, waiter, h 81 Muskin- 
gum al. 

Campbell Richard W, carp, b 610 S Mer- 
idian. 

Campbell Robert, policeman, h 84 Harrison. 

Campbell Robert W, molder, h 18 Highland 
av (H). 

Campbell Rose (wid Andrew), b 471 Broad- 
way. 

Campbell Ruth A (wid Joseph), h 794 E 
Washington. 






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I 3 and Trust Company 

"« . I Of Philadelphia. 

TjUJ ^ Grants Certificates of Exteusion to Policyholders 
be - C who are temi)orarily unable to pay their premiums 



be C ^ Campbell Samuel L, bookbndr, b 327 N Illi- 
C CO nois. 

j; ij X. Campbell Sarah, seamstress, b 8 Indiana 
■g O C av. 

iSOtS Campbell Simeon, lab, h 27 Springfield. 
^ -"Tj Campbell Susan G (wid James M), b 61 
- S ffl Hig-hland pi. 

^ u Campbell Thomas, ballplyr, b 105 Newman. 
•" i- u Campbell Thomas C, broommkr, h 651% E 
^ O Michigan. 

ig > Campbell Thomas D, cabtmkr, h n s Brook- 
1, . side av 1 e of Rural. 

^ Campbell Thomas H, lab, h 238 Keystone 
bC ^ av. 

C ^ Campbell Thomas R, fireman, b 794 E 
•« Washington. 

« Campbell Thomas W, driver, h 225 W Wal- 

S9 nut. 

Campbell Walter, lab, h 20 Ludlow av. 
•> Campbell Walter, waiter, r 275 Chapel. 

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Campbell, Jolm F AVild). Bsi.nli;er.>*, 
Municipal and Corporation Bonds 

^^^.^ Bon^ht and Sold, Room 205 Indiana 

^Xsmi> Trust Bld^, Tel 1S80. 

Campbell Wm, fireman Insane Hospital, r 
- 61 Nordyke av (W I). 

C3 Campbell Wm, molder, b 1065 W Michigan. 

r^ Q Campbell Wm, tmstr, h 569 Mass av. 

2 Campbell Wm jr, mach hd, h 61 Nordyke 

>.^. - av (W I). 

^^ „ Campbell Wm B, elk H E Kinney, h 18 

^J - Grace. 

ri ^ Campbell Wm B, feed, 2 Malott av, h 11 

S^j 0. Ludlow av. 

^■^■^ < Campbell Wm E, b n s Brookside av 1 e 

[ " 2 of Rural. 

CA^ - Campljell W'm P, condr, h 77 Lexington av. 

^^ Q Campbell Wm S, elk, h 66 Yeiser. 

^^^ 5 Campfleld George W, carp, h 49 Leota. 

VO ~ Camphausen Gottlieb, mach, h 81 W Mor- 

^- ^ J ris. 

EjC w Camphausen Louisa (wid Emil), grocer, 53 

ry-1 River av (W I), h same. 

mS " Camplin Charles, brakeman, h 25 Belmont 

U't* O av. 

CZU 5 Camplin Richard S, shoes, 71 B Washing- 

g^n -• ton, h s s Washington nr Belmont av. 

\ M-^ d Canaan Prank, b 71 Hoyt av. 

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Canaan George B, engr, b 71 Hoyt av. 

Canaan John J, engr. h 71 Hoyt av. 

Canaan Wm H, fireman, b 71 Hoyt av. 

Canada James P, mach, b 390 W 1st. 

Canada James L, b e s Northwestern av 1 
n of 24th. 

Canada Mattie (wid Wm), h 390 W 1st. 

Canady Daniel, lab, h 180 Bismarck av (H). 

Canady Harvey, barber, r 175 N West. 

Canady Perry W, mach hd, h 164 Davidson. 

Canan Alice L (wid John T), h 519 N Ala- 
bama. 

Canan Wm S, boxmkr, h 136 Madison av. 

Canary Abraham L, foreman, h 72 Lexing- 
ton av. 

Canary Arthur B, printer, b 108 Hosbrook. 

Canary Byron E, elk, b 1139 E Michigan. 

Canary Henry L, supt special delivery 
P O, b 1139 E Michigan. 

Canary Peter A, tra.v agt, h 1139 E Michi- 
gan. 

Canary Wm S, bricklyr, h s w cor Michigan 
and Auburn avs. 

Canatsey Allen S, checkman, h 612 S Merid- 
ian. 

Canatsey, Andrew J, carp, h 111 Sanders. 

Canauer Otto, lab, b 66 Geisendorff. 

Canavan Martin, gasfltter, b 157 E Ohio. 

Canfield Benton V, phys, 325 Virginia av, r 
same. 

Canfield Byron W, bkkpr L S Ayres «& Co, 
h 955 N Senate av. 

Canfield Charles, painter, b s s Sturm av 
1 e Arsenal av. 

Canfield Hamilton A, lab, b 522 E Ohio. 

Canfield Harry B, printer, b s s Sturm av 
1 e Arsenal av. 

Canfield John M Rev, h 61 Ft Wayne av. 

Canfield Warren, painter, h s s Sturm av 
1 e Arsenal av. 

Canfield Wm S, printer, 31 Virginia av, b 
61 Ft Wayne av. 

Canfield Woods P, ins agt, 155 Michigan 
(H), h same. 

Cangany Patrick, carp, h 19 Meikel. 

Canine Blanche, teacher Public School No 
11, b 113 Highland pi. 

Canine Elizabeth (wid James F), b 861 N 
Illinois. 

Canine Fred L, lawyer and mngr collection 
dept 11-12 Baldwin blk, b 160 Hoyt av. 

Canine Hal B, trav agt Woodford & Pohl- 
man, b 861 N Illinois. 

Canning Mary (wid John), h rear 296 S 
West. 

Canning Patrick H, lab, b rear 296 S West. 

Cannmann Edward H, draughtsman, h 1016 
N Senate av. 

Cannon Conrad, lab, b 26 Clay. 

Cannon Cornelius, lab, h 52 W Raymond. 

Cannon George, mach hd, r 319 E Washing- 
ton. 

Cannon Harriet, b 826 College av. 

Cannon Harry M, cigarmkr, h Mapleton, 

Ind. 
Cannon John, painter, h 83 Bradshaw. 
Cannon Martha (wid George), b 826 College 

av. 
Cannon Patrick, lab, h 26 Clay. 
Cannon Thomas L, carp, h 28 S Ijinden. 
Cannon Wm T, sec Railroadmen's Building 
and Savings Assn, Union Station, h 826 
College av. 
Cantay Edward, lab, h 342 E New York. 
Cantlou James E, letter carrier P O, h 1012 

E Washington. 
Canllon John, lab, b 228 S West. 
Cantlon I'atrick, lab, b 98 Fayette. 



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GREAT COMBINATION POLICY. 

Settlements are made within -^ i HniirQ 
and claims paid at sight by ^t" 111/1113 

Qirlf T1PCC ^^ indemnified for in sums of $i to $12 a 
iJALiV 11^33 week regardless of occupation. Benefits 
take effect immediately on prepaid premium 
policies; on ordinary policy, ninety days after 
date of policy. No arbitrary restrictions; a 
fair, clear and concise contract. 

A rfirlPTltC covered by any other accident company 
iiC^AU^lAl.3 g^j.g indemnified for by our policy in 
sums of $1 to $12. All adjustments promptly 
and fairly made. No quibbling or delays. 

T^PCltll Insurance against death in sums from $20 to 
U\^illii» $5 000. Cost, five cents and upward. 

PQLJQJgg PLAIN Company also issues ordinary life, ten, 

CONDITIONS FAIR. ITlsltTZZ 'Z^Z^ °'''" 

policies at natural premium rates. 

PLANS MODERN. 

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Cantlon Thomas, h, 98 Fayette. 

Cantlon Thomas B, trav agt, b 424 W New 
York. 

Cantlon Wm B, plumber, b 98 Fayette. 

Cantrell Augustin, lab, b 34 Torbet. 

Cantrell Daniel M, printer, r 7514 Mass av. 

Cantrell Nelson, hostler, r 36 W Ohio. 

Cantrell Reuben, lab. b 34 Torbet. 

Cantrell Sallie (wid Nelson), h 34 Torbet. 

Cantrell Sarah (wid Reuben), h 173 W 5th. 

Cantwell Edward J, opr "W U Tel Co, h 132 
N Pine. 

Cantwell Thomas B, opr W U Tel Co, h 21 
Eureka av. 

Canty Ellen, cook, r 13 Fair blk. 

Capen Philip M B C, painter, b 110 Ludlow 
av. 

Capen Phoebe A (wid Nathan B), b 116 
Bright. 

CAPITAL, CITY STEAM BOILER AND 
SHEET IRON WORKS, Keiinetly & 
ConnaugUtoii Proitr.s, 307-209 S Illi- 
nois, Tel 174S. (See aclv in clnssifled 
Boilermakers.) 

Capital House, Carlin Hamlin propr, 193 W 

Washington. 
Capital Live Stock Commission Co The, 

John W Fort pres, Robert P Helm, treas, 

Harrison E Lfewis sec, Union Stock Yards 

(W I). 

CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK THE, Med- 
ford. B "Wilson Pres, "Wm F Clinrcli- 
uia.n Cashier, Commercial Club Bldg, 
Tel 328. (See backbone and left top 
cor cards.) 

CAPITAL RITBBER STAMP WORKS. 
Georg-e J Mayer Propr, 15 S Me- 
ridian, Tel 13S6. (See left bottom 
cor cards and p 5.) 

CAPITAL STEAM CARPET CLEANING 
AVORKS THE, 31 D Plnnkett Propr. 
cor 9th and Lennox (Big- Four R R). 
(See rig-lit bottom lines and classi- 
fied Carijet Cleaners.) 

Capito Anna B, elk, b 50 S West. 

Capito Harry A, propertyman, r 116i/^ W 
New York. 

CAPITOL LIFE INSURANCE CO OF IN- 
DIANA, Henry Seyfried Pres, John 
AVagner Vice-Pres and Treas, John 
AV Kriclv Sec, Dudley M Culver Medi- 
cal Director, 29 N Penn. (See adv 
opp.) 

CAPITOL, LUMBER CO, Horace T Ben- 
nett Pres, Milton S Huey \'ice-Pres, 
John R Hussey Sec and Treas, 331- 
335 3Iass av, Tel 721. 

CAPITOL PAA^ING AND CONSTRUCTION 
CO, AV A\^ AVinslow Pres, Charles L 
James A'iee-Pres and Supt, R A Lloyd 
Sec and Treas, Room 1 Hubbard Blk, 
s w cor AVashington and Meridian, 
Tel 1190. 

Caplinger Daniel D, patrolman, h 102 Shel- 
by. 

Capllnger Jacob, tmstr, b Paul Caplinger. 

Caplinger James B, tmstr, h w s Laura 2 
s of "Washington (MI). 

Caplinger Paul, h e s Laura 3 s of Wash- 
ington (M J). 

Caplinger Robert, b 24 William. 

Caplinger Robert F, carp, h 82514 N Illi- 
nois. 



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Caplinger Thomas A, lab, h w s Addison 4 

s of Wasnir.'gton (M J). 
Capner Jeremiah, lab, h s 

Floral av. 
Caraway Samuel H, phys 

and Humboldt av. 
Carbary Edward, sergt U S Arsenal. 
Carbaugh Wm L, lab, b 529 W Eugene 

(N I). 
Carbee Wm H, messenger Am Ex Co, h 122 

College av. 
Carbox George, lineman, h 218 Yandes. 
Card Arthur R, lab, b 229 N Penn. 
Card Johi agt, h 274 W New York. 
Carder Harry, elk "\^an Camp H and I Co, h 

351 N Senate av. 
Cardon Joseph E, h 19 Russell av. 
Cardon Wm, lab, h 41 Grant. 
Carehoof Lafayette F, filer, b 325 E Ohio. 
Carey, see also Cary. 

Carey Ada M (wid Jason S), h 675 N Dela- 
ware. 
Carey Adam, lab, r 12i/4 Indiana av. 
Carey Angeline P, teacher High School, bo p g 

34 W St Joseph. == -g, 

Carey Benjamin F, sewing mach, 211 CO vf\^ 

"W Washington, h 53 Brookside av. ^ 5' 2 

Carey Bertha, elk, r 1.55 N Illinois. ^ 

Carey Beverly, lab, r 277 Bright. r* 

Carey Charles C, engr, r 37 Bloomington. -^ 
Carey Elizabeth A (wid Samuel W), h 514 g^ 

Brookside av. S 

Carey George A E, phys, 413 College av, h S 

same. S 

Carey Harriett, h 201 Belmont av (H). g 

Carey Hubbard, lab, b 183 Tremont av (H). =: 
Carey John, lata, h 136 W 6th. Y^ 

Carey John, pensioner, h 199y, Bates. — , 

Carey John N (Daniel Stewart" Co), h 660 N g. 

Meridian. . 

Carey Lowe, ice, h 34 W St Joseph. 
Carey Mary A (wid James), h 33 Buchanan. , 
Carey Mary N (wid Harvey G), h 48 W 
North. 

Carey Michael, lab, h 171 English av. 
Carey Nellie (wid Michael), h 171 English 

av. 
Carey Patrick, b 38 N William (W I). 









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M. B. Wilson, Pies. W. F. Churchman, Cash. 

THE CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK, 

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Our Specialty Is handling all Country Check* aod 

Drafts on Indiana and neighboring States at 

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Carey Rachel (wid Benjamin W), b 10 
Woodruff av. 

Carev Samuel, lab. r lS2y2 E Washing-ton. 

Carey Samuel C (Layman & Carey Co), h 
600 N Delaware. 

Carev Simeon B (Layman & Carey Co), 
h 325 X Penn. 

Carev Thomas, elk The Denison. 

Carey Wm. shoemkr, 52 W Georgia, h 166 
Doiighvss. 

C;u-ey Wm G. trav agt G W Stout, h 44/ 
Park av. 

Carey Wm J (Holmes & Carey), b 33 Bu- 
chanan. 

Carev Wm M, lab. b 166 Douglass. 

Carev Wm R, collr, h 280 Bright. 

Carfield John R, horseshoer, 210 S Meridian, 
h same. 

Cargett Johanna (wid Jacob), h 362 Co- 
burn. 

Carico Nancy E (wid John M), h 53 Dough- 
ertv. 

Cariekro Wm, lab. h rear 643 N Senate av. 

Carini Louis, mosaicwkr, b 214 E Washing- 
ton. 

Carle, see also Karle. 

Carle Lowden H, bkkpr. b 271 Virginia av. 

Carle Lucy T, teacher Public School No 
7, b 271 Virginia av. 

Carle Mar>', stenog, b 271 Virginia av. 

Carle Pearl, lab, b 23 Woodlawn av. 

rarle Wm H, h 271 Virginia av. 

Carlee Wm. brakeman, b 131 S East. 

<"arleson Nicolie. lab, b 1016 N Penn. 

('arleton Charles W, r 63 N East. 

Carleton Claude M, gasfitter, b 1501 N 
Capitol av. 

Carleton George T, bkkpr Wm B Burford, 
h 735 N Penn. 

fARL,P:T()\ THOM.\S I,, Sanitary 
I'iuiiiliiiiK:. it Central av, Tel 2<>1; Ii 
I.IOI \ (°a|iitnl av. (See adv in class- 
ified I'liiiiilierH.) 

Carleton Willington J, vulcanizer, h 136 

Park a v. 
'''arlin, .s«?e also Carlon. 
Carlln Charles, barber, b n w cor Floral av 

and Fountain. 



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'^^ 28 E. Market St. Ground Floor. 

:: COLLECTING RENTS AND 
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A SPECIALTY. 

Teleplione 1161. 



Carlin Frank J (Carlin & Lennox), h 776 
N Penn. 

Carlin Harry M, lab, h 1122 N Rural. 

Carlin James, sawmkr, h 371 S East. 

Carlin Job D, student, b n w cor Floral av 
and Fountain. 

Carlin Martha E (wid John D F), h 1122 N 
Rural. 

Carlin Robert L. trav agt Emil Wulschner 
& Son. h 499 Ash. 

Carlin Wm M (Carlin & Lennox), b 130 
Christian av. 

Carlin Wm R, tmstr, h n w cor Floral av 
and Fountain. 

CARLIIV & LENNOX (Frank J and Wm 
>! Carlin, Edwin Li liennox). Pianos 
an«l Mnsical Mereliandise, 31 E Mar- 
ket. 

Carlisle Burford, enamler, b 509 Talbott av. 

Carlisle Daniel, bkkpr John Ranch, r 404 N 
Illinois. 

Carlisle Harry, lab, r 93 Cleaveland blk. 

Carlisle James R, painter, h 93 Geisendorff. 

Carlisle Margaret, teacher Public School 
No 36, r 404 N Illinois. 

Carlisle Mary J (wid Wm), produce, 103 E 
Mkt House, h 66% N Delaware. 

Carlisle Mason B, lab, b 509 Talbott av. 

Carlisle Robert E, carp, h rear 470 E Wash- 
ington. 

Carll Charles P, printer, b 168 B North. 

Carll Clarence A, bkkpr Standard Oil Co, 
h ISS Elm. 

Carll Samuel P, carp, h 412 E McCarty. 

Carll Wm, elk, h 412 E McCarty. 

Carlon, see also Carlin. 

Carlon George T, bkkpr Carlon & Hollen- 
beck, b 79 W North. 

Carlon John (Carlon & Hollenbeck and 
Welch & Carlon), h 79 W North. 

Carlon Joseph M, elk, b 79 W North. 

Carlon Patrick J (Harrington & Carlon), 
h 79 W North. 

CARLON & HOLLENBECK (John Car- 
lon, Cliarles E Hollenbeck), Book 
and Job Printers, Bookbinders and 
Publishers, s e cor Monnnient PI and 
Meridian, Tel 267. (See adv opp.) 

Carlsen Carl, bricklayer, h 197 Michigan 
(H). 

Carlson Gustav, tailor, 27 Commercial blk, 
r same. 

Carlstedt Alvin, gardener, h w s Schurman 
1 n of Fremont (N I). 

Carlstedt Everett A, elk, b 416 Indiana av. 

Carlton, see Carleton. 

Carlue Wm H, butcher, h 32 Carlos. 

Carmack Harry W, brakeman, h 285 Huron. 

Carman Adelaide, teacher Blind Institute. 

Carman Eliza A (wid Abraham), h 35 Di- 
vision (W I). 

Carman Frank, elk, r 222 S Meridian. 

Carman Oscar M, lineman, b 35 Division 
(W I). 

(wid Henry), b 162 How- 



H, electrician, h 35 Di- 



Carman Rosa A 
ard. 

Carman Victor 
vision (W I). 

Carman Wm E, molder, h Haugh (H). 

Carmichael Fernando W, harness cutter, 
h 9 Fletcher av. 

Carmichael James I.,, hostler, b 19 Maria. 

Carmichael John, lab, h 521 Mass av. 

Carmody Michael A, lab, h 416 S Delaware. 

Carmony Daniel, lab, b 127 W Maryland. 

Carmony Fred (Armstrong- & Carmony), b 
75 Highland av. 

Carmony Montgomery Z, bartndr Ex- 
change Hotel (W I). 



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Camagey John W, elk, b 145 Dougherty. 

Carnag-ey Wm H, finisher, h 145 Dougherty. 

Carnagua James W, sawyer, h 470 W Chi- 
cago (N I). 

Carnagua John W, painter, h 470 W Chica- 
go (N I). 

Carnahan James R, lawyer, 54 Journal blag, 
h S West Drive (W P). 

Carnes Lewis C, elk, r The Plaza. 

Carney, see also Kearney. 

Carney Amos M, carp, h 14 Cooper. 

Carney Bros (Wm M and George S), meats, 
773 N Illinois. 

Carney George S (Carney Bros), h 773 N 
Illinois. 

Carney James R, tinner, b 77 Columbia. 

Carney John A, lab, h 50 Foundry (B). 

Carney Joseph E, tmstr, has Madeira 2 s 
of Prospect. 

Carney Patrick, watchman, h 488 S Mis- 
souri. 

Carney Patrick, ins agt, h 294i/^ Mass av. 

Carney Thomas S, blksmith, h 371 E Mc- 
Carty. 

Carney Wm H, lab, h cor Kentucky av and 
White river. 

Carney Wm M (Carney Bros), h 773 N Il- 
linois. 

Carnine Louisa (wid Nelson), h 79 Norwood. 

Carnine Obie A, elk C H & D R R, b 79 
Norwood. 

Carnine Wm, lab, h 75 Norwood. 

Carny Mary E, h rear 1 Rathbone. 

Carothers L May, elk Knight & Jillson, h 
860 N New Jersey. 

Carothers Milton, lab, h 243 Orange. 

Carothers Wm M (Wm M Carothers & Co), 
h 860 N New Jersey. 

Carothers Wm M & Co (Wm M Carothers, 
Flora Nelson), plumbers, 62 W 7th. 

Carpenter Addison H, elk Natl Malleable 
Castings Co, b Laura H Carpenter. 

Carpenter Arthur, wheeltruer, b 430 E Mc- 
Carty. 

Carpenter Clarence, student, r 308 N Il- 
linois. 

Carpenter Clark, saloon, 86 W Market, h 150 
W New York. 

Carpenter Claude, mach, h 97 Bright. 

Carpenter Conrad P, painter, h 171 Hoyt av. 

Carpenter Edwin T, condr, h 118 Wright. 

Carpenter James A, lab, b 351 S New Jer- 
sey. 

Carpenter Jessie A, stenog The Hay & Wil- 
lits Mnfg Co, b 171 Hoyt av. 

Carpenter Jessie L, stenog Richardson & 
McCrea, b 30 Garfield pi. 

Carpenter John I, fiagman, h 229 Virginia 
av. 

Carpenter Laura H (wid Henry W), h s e 
cor Harris av and W Washington (M J). 

Carpenter Louis, tinner, r 113 Indiana av. 

Carpenter Morell, lab, h 50 MeGinnis. 

Carpenter Olive A, h 229 Fayette. 

Carpenter Ophelia (wid Anthony), h 90 Tor- 
bet. 
Carpenter Perry, barber, 299 W Washing- 
ton, h same. 
Carpenter Peter, lab, b 90 Torbet. 

Carpenter Ransom A, lab, h 53 Athon. 

Carpenter Thomas J, carp, 891 Bellefon- 
taine, h same. 

Carpenter Walter N (Garber & Carpenter), 
h 51 West Drive (W P). 

Carpenter Wm, engr, h 97 Bright. 

Carpenter Wm A, painter, h 1098 W Ver- 
mont. 
Carpenter Wm H, lab, h 13 Fayette. 
Carr, see also Kerr. 



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Indianapolis, Ind. 



Carr Ada, nurse 583 E St Clair, h same. 
Carr Albert D, hostler, h 19 S Alabama. 
Carr Albert W, driver, b 583 E St Clair. 
Carr Amanda (wid Robert), h 130 Allegheny. 
Carr Arthur E, condr, r 212 E Ohio. 
Carr Attie G, teacher Public School No 12, 

b 530 Ash. 
Carr Carroll B, bkkpr Mas Mut Ben Soc, 

h 370 N Meridian. 
Carr Charles, lab Insane Hospital. 
Carr Charles W, bricklyr, h 274 E Louis- 
iana. 
Carr Christian F, tmstr, h Michigan av 

(W). 
Carr Cornelius, lab. h 436 E 7th. 
Carr Edward, elk. b 274 E Louisiana. 
Carr Edward M, jeweler, h e s Rural 6 n of 

Clifford av. 
Carr Erskine. mach, h 56 Randolph. 
Carr Essex, lab, h rear 115 W 6th. 
Carr Frank, bkkpr, h 24 Church. 
Carr Prank, tmstr, h 415 Excelsior av. 
Carr Hannah (wid Thomas), grocer, 296 S 

Missouri, h same. 
Carr Harry C, dentist Lida Pursell Page, b 

281 N Liberty. 
Carr James, b 111 N Dorman. 
Carr James, lab, b 107 W South. 
Carr James A, bookbndr, r 158 E Michigan. 
Carr James P. plastr, h 48 Stevens. 
Carr James W Rev, pastor Second Baptist 

Church, h 259 N West. 
Carr John, plastr, r 821/2 E Washington. 
Carr John A, draughtsman, h 250 N Pine. 
Carr John E, asst supt Prud Ins Co, h 113 

Dougherty. 
Carr John J, steelwkr. h 36 Henry. 
Carr John T, lab, h 224 W Merrill. 
Carr Joseph, b 44 Grant. 
Carr Martin, elk, b 40 S West. 
Carr Martin C, foreman Kingan & Co, h 607 

W Vermont. 
Carr Mary (wid Alexander C), h n w cor 

Brookside and Waverly avs. 
Carr Mary A (wid Richard), h 530 Ash. 
Carr Mary J (wid Thomas), b 221 Christian 

av. 
Carr Michael W, editor and pub The Pen, 

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Tin, Iron, Steel and Slate Roofing. 

37. 39 & -41 KENTUCKY AVE. Telephone 322. 



Carr iMoses. lab, h 256 W 7th. 

Carr Nathan, watchman, h n s 23d 2 e of 

Northwestern av. 
Carr PaU-ick. lab, b 111 N Dorman. 
Carr Roland S, agt John Wocher, r 34 The 

Windsor. 
Carr Roland T, elk Louis S Stockman, h 8 

Eden pi. 
Carr Samuel J, elk, r 31 N New Jersey. 
Carr Sylvanus, lab, h 21 Hill. 
Carr Thomas, fireman, r 22 S State av. 
Carr Thomas, lab, h 181 Elm. 
Carr Thomas M, driver, h 138 Prospect. 
Carr Wm A, lab, h 172 Buchanan. 
Carr Wm M, chemist, b 1226 N Illinois. 
Carr Wm S, wheelmkr, h 15 Woodburn av 

(W I). 
Carrick Malachi, lab, h 277 W Maryland. 
Carrico Frank D, millwright, b 50 Elizabeth. 
Carrico George, lab, b 138 W 9th. 
Carrico Sarah H (wid John), h 50 Elizabeth, 
Carrigan Ellen (wid James), b 32 S McLain 

(WI). 
Carrigan Thomas C, elk, r 30 W Vermont. 
Carriger John J, real est, h 67 Central av. 
Carriger Theodore M, real est, h 608 Central 

av. 
Carroll Artemisia E, b 38 S State av. 
Carroll Arthur L, tmstr, b 197 Bates. 
Carroll Bell, teacher Board of Children's 

Guardians, b 467 Broadway. 
Carroll Charles C, foreman, h 356 Union. 
Carroll Charles P, lawyer, 12 Fletcher's 

Bank bldg, h 276 S Meridian. 
Carroll Charles W, plastr, h 14 Torbet. 
Carroll Edward, lab, b 79 Fayette. 
Carroll Edward M, switchman, h 333 

Fletcher av. 
Carroll Elmer, lab, h 558 E 12th. 
Carroll George J, brakeman, b 685 E Wash- 
ington. 
Carroll George W, elk Schrader Bros, b 

Stubbins Hotel. 
Carroll James, plastr, h 232 S Olive. 
Carroll James B, plastr, b 210 Douglass. 
Carroll James H (Carroll •& Copeley), h 299 

S Missouri. 
Carroll James P, tinner, h 212 Buchanan. 
Carroll James W, huckster, h 176 Laurel. 



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Carroll Jennie D (wid Patrick P), h 178 East 
Drive (W P). 

Carroll Jeremiah, lab, h 223 Dillon. 

Carroll John, checkman, h 457 Park av. 

Carroll John, city fireman, b 188 W Merrill. 

Carroll John, lab, h 305 S West. 

Carroll John S, lab, b 340 Superior. 

Carroll Laura, teacher, r 57 The Windsor. 

Carroll Margaret, b 1360 Indianapolis av. 

Carroll Margaret (wid Maurice), h 224 W 
Maryland. 

Carroll Margaret A, teacher Public School 
No 4, b 224 W North. 

Carroll Michael, watchman, h 409 S Mis- 
souri. 

Carroll Michael F, lab, h 224 W Maryland. 

Carroll Patrick, lab, h 188 W Merrill. 

Carroll Patrick, repairman Insane Hospi- 
tal. 

Carroll Richard, lab, h 340 Superior. 

Carroll Robert J, phys, 276 S Meridian, h 
same. 

Carroll Roger, ship elk, b 73 W Georgia. 

Carroll Thomas, steelwkr, b 46 S Capitol 
av. 

Carroll Thomas P, elk, b 188 W Merrill. 

Carroll Wm, foreman, h 202 W McCarty. 

Carroll Wm J, stenog Fitzgerald & Delp, b 
409 S Missouri. 

Carroll & Copeley (James H Carroll, Henry 
Copeley), real est, 299 S Missouri. 

Carrothers Thomas, plastr, b 863 S Meri- 
dian. 

Carruthers Minnie, h 230 W Ohio. 

Carskadon James, U S mail eontr, h 866 
S Meridian. 

Carskadon Joseph B, sub letter carrier P 
O, b 866 S Meridian. 

Carson Calvin, saloon, 176 Elizabeth, h 
same. 

Carson Carl, foreman, b 167 N Capitol av. 

Carson Charles C, painter, r 314 N Bast. 

Carson Edgar M, elk, b 156 Hoyt av. 

Carson Edward, lab, h Vmh Ft Wayne av. 

Carson Elhanan L, lab, h 9 Grove. 

Carson Francis P, elk, b 144 Gillard av. 

Carson Frank, lab, b 176 Elizabeth. 

Carson Frank T, elk, b 121 Dougherty. 

Carson George A, mach, b 609 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Carson Harry, hostler, r 239 W Washing- 
ton. 

Carson Helen P (wid John B), h 1106 N 
Capitol av. 

Carson James I, collarmkr, h 76 Laurel. 

Carson Jessie, bkkpr U S Encaustic Tile 
Wks, b 1106 N Capitol av. 

Carson John F (Carson &, Thompson), h 
831 N Penn, Tel 492. 

CARSOIV JOHX H, Pliysician and Drng- 
Ki.st, eor Illiiioi.«i and 30tli, Tel 1265, 
li 1777 N Illinois. 

Carson John W, watchman, h 61 Laurel. 

Carson Joseph O, bicycle rep, b 609 Belle- 
fontaine. 

Carson Lafayette S, brazier, h 121 Dougher- 
ty. 

Carson Laura (wid John), b 259 Lincoln la. 

Carson Margaret D, asst supt Door of 
Hope, 84 N Alabama. 

Carson Mary (wid Peter), h 534 S Capitol 
av. 

Carson Melvina (wid Alfred), b 18 Brett. 

Carson Oliver H, lawyer, 88 Lombard bldg, 
h 1122 N Delaware. 

Carson Parker S, h 156 Hoyt av. 

Carson Robert J, driver, h s s Jackson 4 w 
of Lincoln av (M J). 



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Carson Samuel J, millwrig-ht, h 126 Dun- 
can. 

Carson Wni, lab, h 436 S Missouri. 

Carson Wm A, patternmkr, h n s Jackson 
2 w of Lincoln av (M J). 

Carson Wm L, ins agt, b 61 Laurel. 

Carson Wm R, city dis elk P O, b 156 Hoyt 
av. 

CARSOIV & THOMPSOIV (Jobn F Carson, 
Charles N Tliompson), La-tvyers, 525- 
528 Lemcke Bids', Tel SIO. 

Carstan Mads, patternmkr, h 26 Miley av. 
Carstan Tor\'al, mach hd, b 26 Miley av. 
Carstensen Christian, carp, h 29 S Gale (B). 

Carstensen Gustav A Rev, rector St. Paul's ^ 

Episcopal Church, b 77 W North. 

Carter Alice L (wid Henry C), h 42 Ruckle. 
Carter Ann (wid John A), h 107 Highland pi. 
Carter Anson B, b 765 N New Jersey. 
Carter Arlando B, mason, h 823 E Market. 
Carter Beatrice, b 215 W Maryland. 
Carter Beedy, cook, r 215 W Maryland. 
Carter Benjamin F, ins agt, h SS Cornell av. 
Carter Benjamin T, tmstr, h IS Hill. 
Carter Chapin, porter, h 41 Roanoke. 
Carter Charles A, phys, 122 W Maryland, h 

same. 
Carter Charles C, tinner, h 90i^ Bright. 
Carter Charles E, confr, 59 N Illinois, h 

same. 
Carter Charles H, lab, h 738 N West. 
Carter Charles P, lab, h 146 Miami. 
Carter Charles W, ironwkr, h 83 Cornell av. 
Carter Daniel, hatter, h 17 Woodburn av 

(W I). 
Carter Daniel, patrolman, h 85 N Dorman. 
Carter Delphia C. paperhngr, h 222 W 4th. 
Carter Douglas, lab, h 115 Shepard (W I). 
Carter Edward, lab, h w s Northwestern av 

5 s of 30th (N I). 
Carter Edward P, elk, b 68 N East. 
Carter Esther N, bkkpr, b 765 N New Jer- 
sey. 
Carter Fannie, h 559 E Walnut. 
Carter Fanny D, teacher Public School No 

37, b 107 Highland av. 
Carter Fletcher, architect, b 473 Central av. 
Carter Frank H, drugs, 298 Mass av, h 391 

Broadway. 
Carter Frank L, elk, b 765 N New Jersey. 
Carter Frederick L (Carter, Lee & Co), b 

1574 N Illinois. 

CARTER GEORGE, Lawyer, 941/2 E 
Wasliington, li 72 W 2*. 

Carter George A, lab, h 174 John. 

Carter George H (Carter, Lee & Co), h 

1574 N Illinois. 
Carter George W, carp, h 446 W 1st. 
Carter Grace S (wid Alpha L), elk State 

Board of Health, h 430 The Shiel. 
Carter Gray W, carp, h 485 W Walnut av 

(N I). 
Carter Harlen W, drugs, n e cor Hillside av 

and Clarke, h same. 
Carter Harriet D (wid Edward), h 742 N 

Senate av. 
Caxter Harry, elk, r 381 N Senate av. 
Carter Harry, lab, h 117 Mulberry. 
Carter Hattie, dressmkr, 25 Elm, b same. 
Carter Henry, lab, b 230 Clinton. 
Carter Henry, lab, b 129% W McCarty. 
Carter Henry, lab, h S3 Rhode Island. 
Carter Henry J, lab, b 106 Agnes. 
Carter Herbert R, elk, b 122 Christian av. 



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Carter Indiana H (wid James W), h e s 

Grand av 1 s of University av (I). 
Carter Isaac, waiter, h 29 Roanoke. 
Carter Jacob, lab, h 427 W Chicago (N I). 
Carter James, lab, b 391 W 2d. 
Carter James, phys, 210 Prospect, h 19 

Dawson. 
Carter James D. express, h 42 Henry. 
Carter James E, hatter, b 479 S Capitol 

av. 
Carter James F, confr, h e s Watts 1 n of 

Ohio. 
Carter James W, h 442 N Illinois. 
Carter Jesse, bartndr, r 300 S Illinois. 
Carter John, h 10]S E Washington. 
Carter John, lab, b 75 Chapel. 
Carter John, lab, h rear n s Ohio 8 e of 

Rural. 
Carter John A, produce, b 107 Highland 

pi. 
Carter John H, elk, h 179 Patterson. 
Carter John V, h 325 N Illinois. 
Carter John W, hardware, 296 Mass av, h 

122 Christian av. 
Carter John W, janitor, h 28 Rhodes av. 
Carter Joseph B, lab, b 75 Chapel. 
Carter Joshua, lab, r 26iy, Mass av. 
Carter, Lee & Co (George H and Fredertek 

L Carter, Frank J Lee), lumber, 995 W 

Washington. 
Carter Levi, lab. h rear 330 Broadway. 
Carter Linden, lab, b 159 W Merrill. 
Carter Louis, lab, h 75 Chapel. 
Carter Louis, lab, h 230 Clinton. 
Carter Louis, lab, b rear 127 E St Joseph 
Carter L Jay (Carter & Boatright), b 189 

N Noble. 

Carter Margaret (wid Stephen), h 25 Elm. 
Carter Margery A (wid John E), h 103 Gei- 
sendorff. 

Carter Mary (wid John), h 765 N New 
Jersey. 

Carter Mary, h 188 Agnes. 

Carter Mary B, h 415 Bellefontaine. 

Carter Mary G, teacher Public School No 

24, b 107 Highland pi. 
Carter Mattie (wid Daniel), dressmkr, 306l^ 

E Washington, h same. 




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GALVANIZED IRON 

CORNICES and SKYLIGHTS. 

Metal Ceilings and Siding. 
Tin, Iron, Steel and Slate Roofing. 

37, 39 & 41 KENTUCKY AVE. Telephone 322- 



Can- Moses, lab. h 256 W 7th. 

Carr Nathan, watchman, h n s 23d 2 e of 

Northwestern av. 
Carr Pau-ick. lab. b 111 N Dorman. 
Carr Roland S, agt John Wocher, r 34 The 



elk Louis S Stockman, h 8 



Windsor. 
Carr Roland T, 

Eden pi. 
Carr Samuel J, elk, r 31 N New Jersey. 
Carr Svlvanus. lab, h 21 Hill. 
Carr Thomas, fireman, r 22 S State av. 
Carr Thomas, lab. h ISl Elm. 
Carr Thomas M. driver, h 13S Prospect. 
Carr Wm A, lab, h 172 Buchanan. 
Carr Wm M. chemist, b 1226 N Illinois. 
Carr Wm S. wheelmkr, h 15 Woodburn av 

(W I). 
Carriek Malachi. lab, h 277 W Maryland. 
Carrico Frank D, millwright, b 50 Elizabeth. 
Carrico George, lab, b 138 W 9th. 
Carrico Sarah H (wid John), h 50 Elizabeth. 
Carrigan Ellen (wid James), b 32 S McLain 

(W I). 
Carrigan Thomas C, elk, r 30 W Vermont. 
Carriger John J, real est, h 67 Central av. 
Carriger Theodore M, real est, h 608 Central 

av. 
Carroll Artemisia E, b 38 S State av. 
Carroll Arthur L. tmstr, b 197 Bates. 
Carroll Bell, teacher Board of Children's 

Guardians, b 467 Broadway. 
Carroll Charles C. foreman, h 356 Union. 
Carroll Charles P. lawyer, 12 Fletcher's 

Bank bldg, h 276 S Meridian. 
Carroll Charles W, plastr, h 14 Torbet. 
Carroll Edward, lab, b 79 Fayette. 
Carroll Edward M, switchman, h 333 

Fletcher av. 
Carroll Elmer, lab, h 558 E 12th. 
f'arroll George J, brakeman, b 685 E Wash- 
ington, 
•"".arroll George W, elk Schrader Bros, b 

Stubbins Hotel, 
r-arroll James, plastr, h 2.32 S Olive. 
'"arToll James E, plastr, b 210 Douglass, 
f'arroll James H (Carroll & Copeley), h 299 

S Missouri. 
Carroll James P, tinner, h 212 Buchanan, 
f'arroll James W, huckster, h 176 Laurel. 



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Carroll Jennie D (wid Patrick F), h ITS East 
Drive (W P). 

Carroll Jeremiah, lab, h 223 Dillon. 

Carroll John, checkman, h 457 Park av. 

Carroll John, city fireman, b ISS W Merrill. 

Carroll John, lab, h 305 S West. 

Carroll John S, lab, b 340 Superior. 

Carroll Laura, teacher, r 57 The Windsor. 

Carroll Margaret, b 1360 Indianapolis av. 

Carroll Margaret (wid Maurice), h 224 W 
Maryland. 

Carroll Margaret A, teacher Public School 
No 4. b 224 W North. 

Carroll Michael, w^atchman, h 409 S Mis- 
sou 

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tal. 

Carroll Richard, lab, h 340 Superior. 

Carroll Robert J, phys, 276 S Meridian, h 
same. 

Carroll Roger, ship elk, b 73 W Georgia. 

Carroll Thomas, steelwkr, b 46 S Capitol 
av. 

Carroll Thomas P, elk, b 188 W Merrill. 

Carroll Wm, foreman, h 202 W McCarty. 

Carroll Wm J, stenog Fitzgerald & Delp, b 
409 S Missouri. 

Carroll & Copeley (James H Carroll, Henry 
Copeley), real est, 299 S Missouri. 

Carrothers Thomas, plastr, b 863 S Meri- 
dian. 

Carruthers Minnie, h 

Carskadon James, U 
S Meridian. 

Carskadon Joseph E, sub letter carrier P 
O, b 866 S Meridian. 

Carson Calvin, saloon, 
same. 

Carson Carl, foreman, b 167 N Capitol av. 

Carson Charles C, painter, r 314 N Bast. 

Carson Edgar M, elk, b 156 Hoyt av. 

Carson Edward, lab, h 122% Ft Wayne av. 

Carson Elhanan L, lab, h 9 Grove. 

Carson Francis P. elk, b 144 Gillard av. 

Carson Frank, lab, b 176 Elizabeth. 

Carson Frank T, elk, b 121 Dougherty. 

Carson George A, maeh, b 609 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Carson Harry, hostler, r 239 W Washing- 
ton. 

Carson Helen P (wid John B), h 1106 N 
Capitol av. 

Carson James I, eollarmkr, h 76 Laurel. 

Carson Jessie, bkkpr U S Encaustic Tile 
Wks, b 1106 N Capitol av. 

Carson John F (Carson & Thompson), h 
831 N Penn, Tel 492, 

CARSOIV JOHN H, Physician and Drng- 
Kist. COP Illinois and 30tli, Tel 1365, 
h 1777 N Illinois. 

Carson John W, watchman, h 61 Laurel. 

Carson Joseph O, bicycle rep, b 609 Belle- 
fontaine. 

Carson Lafayette S, brazier, h 121 Dougher- 
ty. 

Carson Laura (wid John), b 259 Lincoln la. 

Carson Margaret D, asst supt Door of 
Hope, 84 N Alabama. 

Carson Mary (wid Peter), h 534 S Capitol 
av. 

Carson Melvina (wid Alfred), b 18 Brett. 

Carson Oliver H, lawyer, 88 Lombard bldg, 
h 1122 N Delaware. 

Carson Parker S, h 156 Hoyt av. 

Carson Robert J, driver, h s s Jackson 4 w 
of Lincoln av (M J). 



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Carson Samuel J, millwrig-ht, h 126 Dun- 
can. 
Carson Wni, lab, h 436 S Missouri. 
Carson Wm A, patternmkr, h n s Jackson 

2 w of Lincoln av (M J). 
Ca.rson Wm L, ins ag-t, b 61 Laurel. 
Carson Wm R, city dis elk P O, b 156 Hoyt 

a.v. 
CARSON & THOMPSON (.Tolin F Carson. 

Charles N Tliompson), Lawyers, 525- 

528 Leinclce Bldg, Tel 810. 
Carstan Mads, patternmkr, h 26 Miley av. 
Carstan Torval, mach hd, b 26 Miley av. 
Carstensen Christian, carp, h 29 S Gale (B). 
Carter Albert B (Ralph & Carter), sec 

Citizens' Mutual B and L Assn, h 68 N 

East. 
Carter Albert H, elk, b 122 Christian av. 
Carter Alice E, h s w cor Illinois and 29th. 
Carter Alice L (wid Henry C), h 42 Ruckle. 
Carter Ann (wid John A), h 107 Hig-hland pi. 
Carter Anson B, b 765 N New Jersey. 
Carter Arlando B, mason, h 823 E Market. 
Carter Beatrice, b 215 W Maryland. 
Carter Beedy, cook, r 215 W Maryland. 
Carter Benjamin F, ins agt, h 88 Cornell av. 
Carter Benjamin T, tmstr, h 18 Hill. 
Carter Chapin, porter, h 41 Roanoke. 
Carter Charles A, phys, 122 W Maryland, h 

same. 
Carter Charles C, tinner, h 9014 Bright. 
Carter Charles E, eonfr, 59 N Illinois, h 

same. 
Carter Charles H, lab, h 738 N West. 
Carter Charles P, lab, h 146 Miami. 
Carter Charles W, ironwkr, h 88 Cornell av. 
Carter Daniel, hatter, h 17 Woodburn av 

(W I). 
Carter Daniel, patrolman, h 85 N Dorman. 
Carter Delphia C, paperhngr, h 222 W 4th. 
Carter Douglas, lab, h 115 Shepard (W I). 
Carter Edward, lab, h w s Northwestern av 

5 s of 30th (N I). 
Carter Edward P, elk, b 68 N East. 
Carter Esther N, bkkpr, b 765 N New Jer- 
sey. 
Carter Fannie, h 559 E Walnut. 
Carter Fanny D, teacher Public School No 

37, b 107 Highland av. 
Carter Fletcher, architect, b 473 Central av. 
Carter Frank H, drugs, 298 Mass av, h 391 

Broadway. 
Carter Frank L, elk, b 765 N New Jersey. 
Carter Frederick L (Carter, Lee & Co), b 

1574 N Illinois. 

CARTER GEORGE, Lawyer, 94i^ E 
Washington, h 72 W 2d. 

Carter George A, lab, h 174 John. 

Carter George H (Carter, Lee & Co), h 

1574 N Illinois. 
Carter George W, carp, h 446 W 1st. 
Carter Grace S (wid Alpha L), elk State 

Board of Health, h 430 The Shiel. 
Carter Gray W, carp, h 485 W Walnut av 

(N I). 
Carter Harlen W, drugs, n e cor Hillside av 

and Clarke, h same. 
Carter Harriet D (wid Edward), h 742 N 

Senate av. 
Carter Harry, elk, r 381 N Senate av. 
Carter Harry, lab, h 117 Mulberry. 
Carter Hattie, dressmkr, 25 Elm, b same. 
Carter Henrv, lab, b 230 Clinton. 
Carter Henry, lab, b 1291/2 W MeCarty. 
Carter Henry, lab, h 83 Rhode Island. 
Carter Henry J, lab, b 106 Agnes. 
Carter Herbert R, elk, b 122 Christian av. 



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Carter Indiana H (wid James W), h e s 

Grand av 1 s of University av (I). 
Carter Isaac, waiter, h 29 Roanoke. 
Carter Jacob, lab, h 427 W Chicago (N I). 
Carter James, lab, b 391 W 2d. 
Carter James, phys, 210 Prospect, h 19 

Dawscn. 
Carter James D, express, h 42 Henry. 
Carter James E, hatter, b 479 S Capitol 

av. 
Carter James F, eonfr, h e s Watts 1 n of 

Ohio. 
Carter James W, h 442 N Illinois. 
Carter Jesse, bartndr, r 300 S Illinois. 
Carter John, h IMS B Washington. 
Carter John, lab, b 75 Chapel. 
Carter John, lab, h rear n s Ohio 8 e of 

Rural. 
Carter John A, produce, b 107 Highland 

pi. 
Carter John H, elk, h 179 Patterson. 
Carter John V, h 325 N Illinois. 
Carter John W, hardware, 296 Mass av, h 

122 Christian av. 
Carter John W, janitor, h 28 Rhodes av. 
Carter Joseph B, lab, b 75 Chapel. 
Carter Joshua, lab, r 261% Mass av. 
Carter, Lee & Co (George H and Frederick 

L Carter, Prank J Lee), lumber, 995 W 

Washington. 
Carter Levi, lab, h rear 330 Broadway. 
Carter Linden, lab, b 159 "W Merrill. 
Carter Louis, lab, h 75 Chapel. 
Carter Louis, lab, h 230 Clinton. 
Carter Louis, lab, b rear 127 E St Joseph. 
Carter L Jay (Carter & Boatright), b 189 

N Noble. 
Carter Margaret (wid Stephen), h 25 Elm. 
Carter Margery A (wid John E), h 103 Gei- 

sendorff. 

Carter Mary (wid John), h 765 N New 

Jersey. 
Carter Mary, h 188 Agnes. 
Carter Mary B, h 415 Bellefontaine. 
Carter Mary G, teacher Public School No 

24, b 107 Highland pi. 
Carter Mattie (wid Daniel), dressmkr, 306% 

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Carter Oliver L. elk The Indpls Journal, b 
765 N New Jersey. 

Carter Orlando M, carp, h 10 Elliott. 

Carter Otto E, carp, h 763 N Senate av. 

Carter Patrick, h 479 S Capitol av. 

Carter Philip, lab, b 33 Athon. 

Carter Rachel, h 84 S East. 

Carter Robert, student, r 83 E Michigan. 

Carter Thomas B, U S Treasury Ag-t, 29i^ 
N Penn, h 134 B North. 

Carter Thomas J. elk State Board of Pub- 
lic Printing, 3 State House, h 69 W 2d. 

CARTER VINSON, Jndge Superior 
Court Room 3, Court House, h. 583 
X Penn. 

Carter "Walker J, carp, h 290 Union. 
Carter Walter, lab, h 6 Lafayette. 
Carter Wm. fireman, b 291 Miller (W I). 
Carter Wm, lab, b 390 N California. 
Carter Wm, lab, h 235 Clinton. 
Carter Wm, lab, r 381 N Senate av. 
Carter Wm E, livery, 233 W Maryland, r 

same. 
Carter Wm P, painter, h 9 Oxford. 
Carter Wm H, painter, h 452 E Georgia. 
Carter Wm M, barber, h 751 Brookers al. 
Carter Wm P (Carter & Vetter), h 124 W 

Maryland. 
Carter Wm W, elk The Progress Clothing 

Co, b 247 N Meridian. 
Carter & Boatright (L Jay Carter, Wm W 

Boatright), real est, 13 Baldwin blk. 
Carter & Vetter (Wm P Carter, John J 

Vetter), auctioneers, 252 E Washington. 
Cartheuser Christian, driver, h 54 Morton. 
Cartheuser Louis P, brewer, h 109 Gray. 
Cartman Joseph, lab, b IXiVz E Washing- 
ton. 
Cartmill Emma, h 402 Blackford. 
Carton Anna, elk, b 520 S Capitol av. 
Carton John H, lab, b 520 S Capitol av. 
Carton Wm T, boilermkr, h 520 S Capitol 

av. 
Cartwright Frederick, boarding 132 W Ohio. 
Cartwright Jesse D, elk P C C & St L Ry, 

h 158 Pleasant. 
Carty Wm. lab, h 121 Rhode Island. 
Caruso Angelo, fruits, h 268 S East. 



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Caruso Antonio, fruits, h 268 S East. 

Carver Alfred, carp, h 17 Dawson. 

Carver Charles G, ironwkr, b 17 Dawson. 

Cai-v-er Charles W, real est, h 490 W Shoe- 
maker (N I). 

Carver David K, real est, h w s Downey 
av 2 s of Washington av (I). 

Carver Edwin A, agt, h 31 Maxwell. 

Carver John A, cooper, h 172 Lexington av. 

Carver Wm, cupola tndr, b 107 W South. 

Carvin Ella, h 412 N New Jersey. 

Carvin Frank A, uphlr, b 473 Stillwell. 

Carvin Frank F, salesman Wm L Elder, h 
553 Central av. 

Carvin Hannah E (wid Armel A), dressmlcr 
473 Stillwell, h same. 

Car\nn James M, phys, 113 S Illinois, h 397^4 
Bellefontaine. 

Carvin OrvUle O, trav agt The Indpls Mil- 
linery Co, h s s Washington 2 w of Bit- 
ter av (I). 

Carvon Wm. watchman, r 120 E Wabash. 

Gary, see also Carey. 

Gary Charles M, lab, h 367 Fletcher av. 

Gary Elmer E, phys, 151 N Illinois, h same. 

Gary Kittie I, artist, 151 N Illinois, h same. 

Gary Wm I, ins agt, r 28 W Vermont. 

Casad Walter S, carp, b 620 Bellefontaine. 

Casady, see also Gassady and Cassidy. 

Casady Elmer O, plater, b Robert Casady. 

Casady Herbert, finisher, b Robert Casady. 

Casady Horace G, lab, b Robert Casady. 

Casady Robert, dairy, n w cor Clifford and 
Waverly avs, h same. 

Casanova John, repairer, b 675 Union. 

Case Alice T, dressmkr, 32 S Spruce, h 
same. 

Case Creacy, laundress, h 331 Superior. 

Case David H, r 13 Catterson blk. 

Cose EugeAe, elk H P Wasson & Co, r 93 
N Alabama. 

Case Florence B, b 235 E South. 

Case Frank M, tinner, h 7 Cottage av 
(W I). 

Case George A, lab, h 611 W Pearl. 

Case Hiram M, driver, h 58 Andrews. 

Case Horace A, elk, h 235 E South. 

Case John, lab, b 394 Blackford. 

Case J I Threshing Machine Go, R B 
Coleman agt, 42 Kentucky av. 

Case J Wylie, printer, h 32 Spruce. 

Case Lester W, elk W H Block Go, b 235 E 
South. 

Case Martha A (wid Berrien L), h 56 N 
State av. 

Case Mary A (wid John L), h 32 S Spruce. 

CASE ROBISOX M, Chief Cleric Genl 
Pass Dept L. E «fc W W R R, s -w cor 
Wasliington and Noble, and Sec In- 
dianapolis Pass Assn, b 322 Asb, Tel 
1472. 

Case Sarah A (wid John B), h 50 Concordia. 

Case Wm. helper, b 221 W Pearl. 

Casebeer Jacob B, phys, 173 Bellefontaine, h 
same. 

Casey Bridget (wid Patrick), b 37 King av 
(H). 

Casey Catherine (wid Michael), h 174 N 
Dorman. 

Casey Charles A, lab, b 43 S West. 

Casey Cornelius, lab, h 416 Highland av. 

Casey Daniel, lab, b 126 Blackford. 

Casey Daniel, lab, b 174 N Dorman. 

Casey Dennis, lab, h rear 501 E Georgia. 

Casey Dennis, lab, h 15 Sharpe. 

Casey Dennis, lab, b 17 Spann av. 

Casey Ellen (wid John), h 274 W McGarty. 

Casey Ellen (wid Patrick), h 278 W McCar- 
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Casey George, lab, h 611 W Pearl. 
Casey Herman, lab, h 20 Hill. 
Casey James, lab, b 274 W McCarty. 
Casey Jeremiah, lab, b 174 N Dorman. 
Casey Jeremiah, lab, b 416 Highland av. 
Casey John, lab, b 185 Meek. 
Casey John A, plumber, b 237 W Maryland. 
Casey John E, route agt Am Ex Co, h 676 

Broadway. 
Casey John P, lab, b 278 W McCarty. 
Casey Kate, governess Blind Institute. 
Casey Mary, (wid Michael), b S3 N Gillard 

av. 
Casey Mary (wid Patrick), h 185 Meek. 
Casey Michael A, helper, b 416 Highland av. 
Casey Michael M, condr, h 650 E 8th. 
Casey Patrick J, lab, h 193 S Pine. 
Casey Robert, lab, h 8 Douglass. 
Casey Robert A, plastr, h e s Rural 4 s of 

Clifford av. 
Casey Thomas, fireman, b 115 Meek. 
Casey Thomas M, elk R M S, h 101 N New 

Casey Wm, lab, r 249 W 3d. 

Casey Wm, station agt Consumers' Gas 
Co, b 197 W Maryland. 

Casey Wm H, towerman, b 237 W Mary- 
land. 

Casey Wm M, printer, b 221 W Pearl. 

Cash Allison O, carp, 108 Jefferson av, h 
same. 

Cash Dudley O, trav agt, b 255 N Alabama. 

Cash George T, driver, h 46 Oliver av (W I). 

Cash Glenn A, student, b 180 Jefferson av. 

Cash Hugh M (L E and H M Cash), r 853 E 
Michigan. 

Cash John, lab, h 369 Lafayette. 

Cash Lawrence E (L E and H M Cash), h 
853 E Michigan. 

Cash L E & H M (Lawrence B and Hugh 
M), medicine mnfrs. 853 B Michigan. 

Cash Milton, elk Rich & McVey, b 283 W 
Michigan. 

Cash Mina, teacher Public School No 4, b 
283 W Michigan. 

Cash Richard M, carp, h 351 N California. 

Cash Willard. lab, h 412 E Pearl. 

Cash Wm P, carp, h 102 Warren av (W I). 

Cashman Daniel W, gas inspr, b 90 Belmont 
av (H). 

Cashman George, lab, b 90 Belmont av (H). 

Cashman Jacob, lab, h 312 W Merrill. 

Cashman John, lab, b 90 Belmont av (H). 

Cashman Timothy, shoemkr, h 90 Belmont 
av (H). 

Caskey Alice E (wid James), b 54 N Sta- 
tion (B). 

Caskey EfRe M, elk J B Caskey & Son, b 9 
N Station (B). 

Caskey Jacob B (J B Caskey & Son), b 9 N 
Station (B). 

Caskey James B, engr, . h 9 N Station (B). 

CASKEY J B & SON (Jacob B and Wal- 
ter L), Druggists,' 1 N Station (B). 

Caskey Walter L (J B Caskey & Son), b 9 

N Station (B). 
Caskey Wm G, lab, b 36 Henry. 
Gasman George, fireman, r .34 N East. 
Casner Edward, tiremkr. b 235 S Noble. 
Cass Alice (wid Keirn G), h 150 Union. 
Cass John F, wheelmkr, b 150 Union. 
Cass Ray D, barber, 29 N Illinois, h 344 N 

Alabama. 
Cass Sara A, teacher Public School No 22, 

b 150 Union. 
Cass Wm H, wheelmkr, b 150 Union. 
Cassady, see also Casady and Cassidy. 
Cassady George D, porter, h 337 Coburn. 



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Cassady James J, b 371 E McCarty. 

Cassady James S, city fireman, h 312 E 
North. 

Cassady Ulysses G, designer, h 773 E Wash- 
ington. 

Cassatt Frank, butcher, h 74 Bradshaw. 

Cassatt Mary (wid Higgins), b 74 Brad- 
shaw. 

Cassel Charles, carp, b 216 Ash. 

Cassel Chester R, driver, b 14 Park av. 

Cassel Earl R, brakeman, b 14 Park av. 

Cassel Jefferson M, bkkpr, h 14 Park av. 

Cassell Harry L (Cassell & Karnatz), b 83 
Greer. 

Cassell Henry, h 15 Morrison. 

Cassell Roy O, driver, b 14 Park av. 

Cassell Winfield S, tel opr, h 83 Greer. 

Cassell & Karnatz (Harry L Cassell, Jesse 
F Karnatz), adv agts, 52% S Illinois. 

Casserly John, motorman, h rear 256 Blake. 

Casserly Michael, lab, b 279 W Pearl; 

Casserly Patrick, lab, h 671 W Vermont. 

Casserly Thomas, b 279 W Pearl. 

(Cassidy, see also Casady and Cassady. 

Cassidy Anna (wid Wm), b 11 McGinnis. 

Cassidy Clinton W, engr, b 99 Lexington av. 

Cassidy Edward A, blksmith, b 225 E Mar- 
ket. 

Cassidy Joseph, ironwkr, b 285 S Capitol av. 

Cassidy Katherine (wid James), chief cook 
Insane Hospital. 

Cassidy Louis B, carp, h 325 E Merrill. 

Cassidy Patrick, lab, b 246 W Washington. 

Cassidy Peter L, brakeman, h 287 N Noble. 

Cassidy Richard T, fireman, h 294 Spring- 
field. 

Cassidy Wm, sawyer, h 272 S West. 

Cassiero Frank A, fruits, h 118 N Capitol 
av. 

Cassin Michael, lab, b 107 High. 

Cassius Brother, teacher, b n w cor Coburn 
and Short. 

Castello Maria (wid Charles), h 161 Bu- 
chanan. 

Castenholz Richard C, h 335 B Morris. 

Caster, see also Castor and Costor. 

Caster Wm M, lab, h 191 Huron. 

Castetter Hiram D, lab, h 65 Ruth (M J). 

Castle Charles B, lata, h 10 Michigan (H). 






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(D;i;0 THE LARGEST LINE IN THE CITY. 

5 1b 102-104 SOUTH PENNSYLVANIA ST. 

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p H Castle Charles L, en^, h 29 Decatur. 
"^ < Castle Ernest V, electrician, b 206 S East. 
., ^ Castle Frank B. confr, b 6 Cornell av. 
t H Castle Georg^e, lab, b 10 Michigan (H). 
$ to Castle Harry T, painter, b 66 Cornell av. 
Castle Henry N, supt The Bradstreet Co, 

h 15 Morrison. 
Castle James F, elk, b 66 Cornell av. 
Q^ Castle Mary J (wid James), h 66 Cornell 

^ <, Castle Oilver H, ice machinery, 19 W 
^ South, b 311 N Alabama. 

Castle Otto W, paperhanger, b 206 S East. 

Castle Richard C. carp, h 10 Michigan (H). 

Castle Robert E, b 66 Cornell av. 

Castle Wm M, lab, h 206 S East. 

Castleman David M, lab, h 320 Michigan 
(H). 

Castleton George, lab, r 66 N Missouri. 

Castor Lewis, b 5S3 N Rural. 
• ••O CASTOR BROS (Frank G Castor), Book 
™ and Job Printers, 77 3Iass av, Tel 
• 124. 

C_P Castor Frank G (Castor Bros), b 72 Cornell 
^^ av. 

rj Castor Gertrude, h 139 N Gillard av. 
^^ ' Castor Harry G, cabtmkr, h 480 Brookside 



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CASTOR HIRAM C, Physician and Snr- 
f^eon. 288 Mass av. Tel 235; li 91 
Brookside av, Tel 60S. 

Castor Jesse W, printer, b 72 Cornell av. 

Castor John W, fireman, b 504 Virginia av. 

Castor Mary, r 175 E Louisiana. 

Castor Samantha W (wid Edwin A), h 72 
Cornell av. 

Caswell Omer H, decorator N Y Store, b 
31 N Liberty. 

Caswell Wm H, plumber, 305 E Washing- 
ton, h 31 N Liberty. 

Catalani Frank, barber, 48 W Washing- 
ten, h 115 W New York. 

Catalano John, musician, h 4941/4 Virginia 
av. 

Catalano Mary (wid Nicholas), h 494% Vir- 
ginia av. 

Catellier Didier, shoecutter, h 1 Putnam 
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Catellier Leda, milliner, 1 Putnam. (B), h 

same. 
Gates John M, carp, h 195% E Washington. 
Gates John W, real est, h 47 Frank. 
Gates Wm. brakeman, b 23 Poplar (B). 
Cathcart Albert E, collr, b 21 Cherry. 
CATHCART, CLELAXD & CO (Robert 

W Cathcart, Jobn E Cleland, Wm F 

Conglilen), Books, Stationery and 

Wall Paper, 6 E Wasbingrton, Tel 

330. 
Cathcart John W Rev, h 21 Cherry. 
Cathcart Kate, teacher Industrial School, 

b 439 N Penn. 
Cathcart Robert W (Cathcart, Cleland & 

Co), h 439 N Penn. 
Cathcart Wm, elk, b 21 Cherry. 
Gather Dana G, hostler, r Union Stock 

Yards. 
Gather Wallace E, condr, b 351 Mass av. 
Catherwood Ellen (wid Joseph), b 128 E St 

Joseph. 
Catherwood Frederick B, elk, h 258 Talbott 

av. 
Catherwood Lilly (wid Albert S), r 71 The 

Windsor. 
Cathiser James K, mach hd, b 58 Thomas. 
Cathiser Louis A, lab, b 58 Thomas. 
Catholic Record The, Alexander Chamel 

pub, 100 W Georgia. 
Cathro David R, elk, h 579 N West. 
Cathro Elizabeth, dry goods, 579 N West, 

h same. 
Catlin Mary J (wid Harry), h 386 N New 

Catlin Mary J (wid Wm W), h 1099 N Penn. 

Cato Mack, lab, h 90 Bradshaw. 

Caton Andrew P, lab, h 360 S Delaware. 

Caton John, lab. h 176 Harrison. 

Caton Edward G, meats, 102 E Mkt House, 
h 40 Kappus (W I). 

Caton Peter A, sawmkr, b 360 S Delaware. 

Catt Joseph L, elk, h 466 S Illinois. 

Catt L A (L A Catt & Co), h 150 N Sen- 
ate av. 

CATT L, A & CO (L, A and "Wilson Catt), 
Dealers in Flour and Feed; also 
Boarding- Stable, 192-194 AV Mary- 
land and 193-195 W Pearl, Tel 770. 

Catt Omer L, elk, b 466 S Illinois. 

Catt Sarah, dressmkr. 466 S Illinois, h same. 

Catt Wm F, elk, b 466 S Illinois. 

Catt Wilson (L A Catt & Co), h 150 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Catterson Charles C, painter, b 40 Bis- 
marck. 

Catterson Elizabeth A (wid Robert W), h 
266 Union. 

Catterson Frank, waiter, h 73 N Alabama. 

Catterson George E, elk. b 40 Bismarck. 

Catterson George N (R F Catterson & Son), 
h 808 N Meridian. 

Catterson Missouri (wid Abel), h 40 Bis- 
Txi3<rck 

Catterson Robert F (R F Catterson & Son), 
r 1 Catterson blk. 

CATTERSOX R F •$: SON (Robert F and 
Georg-e N). Real Estate. Loans and 
Rents, 24 Kentucky av, Tel 359. 

Caudell Eli N, lab, h 943 Mass av. 
Caudell Elijah W, lab, b 99 N Rural (B). 
Caudell Henry J, lab, h 99 N Rural (B). 
Caudell Jacob W, helper, h 30 Gushing. 
Caudell John F, lab, h 103 N Rural (B). 
Caudell Marion O, lab, b 103 N Rural (B). 
Caudell Otto B, lab. b 103 N Rural (B). 
Caughlin, see also Coughlln. 



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Caughlin Ella D, dressmkr, r 63 W Ohio. 

Caughthran David B, trav a.gt, h 520 N 
Seriate av. 

Cauldwell, see also Caldwell. 

Cauldwell David J, h 61 Camp. 

CAUIiDWELL, E H & CO (Edward H 
CanldTFell), Contractors and Build- 
ers, Screen Doors, 147 Asli. (See adv 
in classified Carpenters, Contractors 
and Builders.) 

Cauldwell Susan A (wid Jasper), b 213i/4 
Christian av. 

Cauley Edward, lab, h 53 Maple. 

Cauley Michael, lab, h 39 Williams. 

Cauley Wm, lab, b 53 Maple. 

Caulkins, see also Calkins. 

Caulkins Aloe M, druggist, 109 E Washing- 
ton, r IO0V2 same. 

Cavaliero Nicholas, fruits, h 411 E Pearl. 

Cavanaugh Joseph R, supt car service dept 
C C C & St L, Ry, h 734 N New Jersey. 

Cavanaugh Bartholomew, lab, b 271 W 
Market. 

Cavanaugh Catherine (wid Edward), h 241 
W Maryland. 

Cavanaugh Ella (wid Wm), r 120 S Noble. 

Cavanaugh Irvin, wheelmkr, b 108 S Judge 
Harding (W I). 

Cavanaugh James, cook, h 23 Shelby. 

Cavanaugh James, lab, b 342 W 1st. 

Cavanaugh James J (McCaslin & Cavan- 
augh), h 428 N California. 

Cavcnaugh John, b 342 W 1st. 

Clavanaugh John, lab, h 405 W New York. 

Cavanaugh John, wheelmkr, b 108 S Judge 
Harding (W I). 

Cavanaugh Lawrence, lab, b 107 Eddy. 

Cavanaugh Margaret (wid Joseph), b 29 
Oxford. 

Cavanaugh Margaret 'w'd Matthias), h 107 
Eddy. 

Cavanaugh Patrick, lab, b 271 W Market. 

Cave Clarissa (wid Jonas), b 36 N Gale (B). 

Cave George W, foreman, h 40 N Gale (B). 

Cave John D, foreman, h 36 N Gale (B). 

Cave Omer, barber, 123 Ft Wayne av, h 
same. 

CAVEN JOHN, Vice-Pres Indianapolis 
Light an«l Power Co, Suite 3-4, SI1/2 \V 
Market, b Circle Parle Hotel. 

Cavender Frank P, tel opr, b 287 Lincoln 
av. 

Cavender Harry H, elk When Clothing 
Store, b 287 Lincoln av. 

Cavender Harvey J, carp, h 287 Lincoln a.v. 

Cavett Alven, elk Exchange Hotel (W T). 

OAVETT HENRY, Propr Excliange Ho- 
tel, Union Stock Yards (W I). 

Cavin Michael, lab, h 502 E Georgia. 

Cavin Wm J, mach, b 502 E Georgia. 

Cavolt George E, lab, h 553 S lUinGis. 

Cawby James W, tinner, h s e cor Eliza- 
beth and Caldwell. 

Cawby Martin, b 297 N California. 

Caylor, see also Kaler, Kaylor, Koehler and 
Kuler. 

Caylor Allen, h 460 N West. 

Caylor Edward A, dairy, s w cor Brook- 
side and Lebanon avs, h same. 

Caylor Elizabeth S, mach opr The Indpls 
News, b 315 Mass av. 

Caylor Henry, lab, h 318 W Pearl. 

Caylor Jefferson, trav agt Hendricks & 
Cooper, h 276 Bellefontaine. 

Caylor Oliver P, elk, h 156 John. 

Caylor Rachel W (wid George), h 31514 Mass 
av. 



Henf y H- Fay, 

40J E. WASHINGTON ST., 

AGENT FOR 

Insurance Co. of North America, 
Pennsylvania Fire Ins. Co. 



Caylor Susan E, printer, b 315i/^ Mass av. 

Cazat Warren, r 42^/^ Mass av. 

Cebulla Sebastian P Rev, asst Sacred 
Heart Church, h n w cor Union and 
Palmer. 

Cecil Thomas W, elk Assessment Bureau, 
h 176 E St Clair. 

Cedan Annie, h 139 Eddy. 

Cedan Frank, bartndr, b 139 Eddy. 

Cedan Thomas, lab, b 139 Eddy. 

Cederholm Charles A, mach, h 236 N Pine. 

Cella John A (Cella & Gels), b 74 N Illinois. 

(I)ella .fe Gels (John A Cella, Jacob J Geis). 
mantels, 23 W Ohio. 

CENTER TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR'S OF- 
FICE, Eugene Sa.ulcy Assessor, 35 
Court House, Tel 913. 

CENTRAL. ADVERTISING CO (Mayne 
C P Parker, Georg-e B Swain), Ad- 
vertisers' Ag'ts, Advertising Special- 
ties and Novelties; Display and 
Scenic Signs a Specialty, S3 W 
Georg'ia. 

Central Chair Co, Thomas L Thompson 
pres, Charles F Woerner vice-pres, B 
Frank Schmid sec and treas, s w cor 
Georgia and Missouri. 

CENTRAL, CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Rev 
Jolin E Pounds Pastor, n e cor Wal- 
nut and Ft Wayne av. 

Central College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, Joseph Eastman pres, John L Mas- 
ters treas, Samuel E Earp dean and sec, 
Thomas B Eastman asst sec, s e cor 
Penn and South. 

CENTRAL CYCLE MANUFACTURING 
CO, Lucius M Wain-*vriglit Pres, Al- 
bert D Johnson Sec and Treas, Bi- 
cycle Mnfrs and Retail Dealers; 
General Office and Factory 338-340 S 
Meridian, Tel 1636; Retail Store 53 
N Penn, Tel 1846. 

CENTRAL ENGINEERING CO, Charles 
C Brown Consulting Engineer, E 
Bro-wn Baker Civil Engineer, 335- 
336 Lemcke Bldg. 



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Employers', Public, General, Teams and Elevator 
Liability ; also Workmen's Collective, Steam Boi- 
ler, Plate Glass and Automatic Sprinkler Insur- 
ance. 

W. E. BARTON & CO., General Agents, 

504 Indiana Trust Building. 

Long Distance Telephone 191S. 



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CENTRAL. INDIANA HOSPITAL, FOR 
THE INSANE, George F Btlenliarter. 
M D, Snpt, National road 3 miles -west 
of city, Tel 3S9. 

CENTRAL LAW INION THE (Bronte 
M Aikins, Salem P AVelmam, Georg-e 
H Brnekney). Law and Collections. 
425-426 Lemcke Bldg^, Tel 1S47. (See 
n<Iv nnder classified Collection 
Agents.) 

CENTRAL LOAN CO. Anson B AViltse 
Mngr, Room 5 Yolin Blk. lH/o N Me- 
ridian. 

CENTRAL PRINTING CO, Saner & Con- 
ner Proprs, Book and Job Printers, 
83 E Conrt. 

CENTRAL RIBBER AND SUPPLY CO 
THE. Edward C Deardorff Pres, The- 
odore H Deardorff Sec and Treas. 
AVholesale and Retail Dealers in 
Rubber Goods, Belting, Packing, Mill 
and Railroad Supplies, 79 S Illinois, 
Tel 922. (See left side lines.) 

CENTRAL STATES DISPATCH FAST 
FREIGHT LINE, Thomas H Noonan 
GenI Mngr, Lynn E Stone Agt, Rooms 
1-10 Lorraine Bldg, Tel 1,396, 

CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE CO. 
Wm AV Rider State Supt, Tel 43; Na- 
thaniel G Warth Asst State Supt, Tel 
43; Walter L Hill Exchange Mngr. 
Tel 1 (or 319), s tv cor Illinois and 
Ohio. 

CEREALINE MANUFACTURING CO 
THE, Thomas T Gaff Pres, Joseph F 
Gent Vice-Pres, Richard Thomas Sec 
and Trea«, 950 Gent (M P); Tel Office 
1460, 

Chabloz Alexander, lab, h 58 Jones. 
Chadwell Harry, coachman 854 N Penn. 
Chadwlck James F, stonecutter, h 380 S 

West. 
Chadwlck Levi, carp, h 314 E Georgia. 
Chadwlck Wm, carp, b 158 S William 

(W I). 



]VIerGhants'and]VIanufaetaFePs 
Make ^^v.Exehange 

Collections and 

Commercial Reports 

J. E. TAKKEN, Managee, 
19 Union Building, 7.3 West Maryland Street 



Ohafee Wm T, trav agt Fahnley & McCfea, 
h 179 N State av. 

Chaine Emerson W, student, b 241 Cornell 
av. 

Chaille Uriah M, treas Ind Bap Pub Co, h 
241 Cornell av. 

Chalfant The. n w cor Penn and Michigan. 

Chalk John R, bkkpr, h 228 Prospect. 

Challenger Frank C. elk, b 288 E Market. 

Chalmers Allen, lab, h 31 Bismarck av (H). 

Chalmers James H, solr, h 21 Laurel. 

Chalmers Mary (wid Andrew), h 242 Indi- 
ana av. 

CHAMBERLAIN ALBERT M, Sec Board 
of Directors and Genl Representa- 
tive Butler College, h -»v s Doivney a.v 
1 s of AVashington av (I). 

Chamberlain Jenner H (Warman, Black, 
Chamberlain & Co), b 99 Highland av. 

Chamberlin Andrew B, tile setter, h 239 
Blake. 

Chamberlin Clarence O, lab, h 48 Coffey 
(W I). 

Chamberlin Hannah J, grocer, 242 Oliver av, 
h 22 N Judge Harding (W I). 

Chamberlin James F, saloon, 1321 North- 
western av. h same. 

Chamberlin John F, elk, b 323 TV Michigan. 

Chamberlin John L, carp, h 327 E Wabash. 

Chamberlin Wm H. h 323 W Michigan. 

Chamberlin Wm H jr, scale rep, b 323 W 
Michigan. 

Chambers Avery St C (Chambers Bros), b 
915 Morris (W I). 

CHAMBERS BROS (Oscar C and Avery 
St C), Druggists, 199 Howard <\V I), 
Tel 1387. 

Chambers Ferdinand, lawyer, I814 N Penn, 
b 399 N Alabama. 

Chambers James, novelties, 159 E Washing- 
ton, h 427 Bellefontaine. 

Chambers James H. lab, h 50 Springfield. 

Chambers John W, lab, b 427 Bellefontaine. 

Chambers Joseph M, express, h 40 Oliver 
av fW I). 

Chambers Martha (wid John), h 404 N 
West. 

Chambers Nancy J (wid George), h w s 
Euclid av 2 n of Ohio. 

Chambers Nellie (wid John), h 604 N New 
Jersey. 

Chambers Oscar C (Chambers Bros), b 915 
Morris (W I). 

CHAMBERS PERLEE L, Wholesale and 
Retail Dealer in Cigars, Tobacco 
and Smokers' Supplies, 56 W Wash- 
ington and 59 N Penn, Tel S3; h 399 
N Alaltama.. 

CHAMBERS, PICKENS & MOORES 
(Smiley N Chambers, Samuel O Pick- 
ens, Charles W Moores), LaTvyers, 
602-610 Lemcke Bldg, Tel 787. 

Chambers Smiley N (Chambers, Pickens & 

Moores), h 294 College av. 
Chambers Thomas J, driver, r 138 E New 

York. 
Chambers Wm, foreman, b 646 Herbert 

(M P). 
Chambers Vance Z, porter, r 90 S Illinois. 
ChamnesR Dayton C, lab, h 92 Woodburn 

av (W I). 
Chamness James A, molder, h 26 Germania 

av (H). 
Chamness Luke B, lab, h 193 Belmont av 

(H). 
Chamness Mary, r 21 Bismarck av (H). 



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Chamness Rufus E, student, r 140 N Ala- 
bama. 

Champe Charles G, painter, b 293 Virginia 
av. 

Champe Eliza P (wid John L), h 293 Vir- 
ginia av. 

Champe Wm E, checkman, h 329 Virginia 
av. 

Champion Coffee and Spice Mills, 31-33 E 
Maryland, see Krag-Reynolds Co. 

Champion Edwin M, pressman, b 221 E 
Georgia. 

Champion Elizabeth A, h 83 W Michigan. 

Champion George, pressman, b 474 N Ala- 
bama. 

Champion Isaac N, carp, h 101 Hoyt av. 

Champion John A, printer, b 221 E Geor- 
gia. 

Champion Joseph B, stenog, h 105 N New 
Jersey. 

Champion Thomas, lab, b 287 E Georgia. 

Champion W^m, foreman, h 221 E Georgia. 

Champion Wm H, b 221 B Georgia. 

Chance Frank S, sec Chance Matthews 
Printing Co, h 41 Colorado av. 

Chance George, lab, h 7 Church. 

Chance John W. lab, h 496 S Capitol av. 

Chance Matthews Printing Co, E Edwin 
Matthews pres, Frank S Chance sec, 
Henry W Paine treas, 2 News bldg. 

Chandler, see also Chantler. 

Chandler Albert G, printer, b 51 Greer. 

Chandler Arthur B, elk, b 30 Park av. 

Chandler Charles, elk, r 90 N New Jersey. 

Chandler Charles, cook, b 93 Columbia al. 

Chandler Edward M, millwright, b 571 
Broadway. 

Chandler Elias, lab, r 66 N Missouri. 

Chandler Eliza (wid Sylvester), h 54 Rock- 
wood. 

Chandler Emma K (wid Hadley), b 160 
Broadway. 

Chandler Frank, bartndr, h 567 N West. 

Chandler George M. sec and purchasing 
agt Chandler & Taylor Co, b 350 College 
av. 

Chandler George R, printer, h 51 Greer. 

Chandler Harry A, engraver, h 429 N Senate 
av. 

CHANDLER HEIVRY C. Wood En- 
graver, Rooms 13-14, 471^ N Illinois. 
s e cor Market, Tel 1077; li 378 W 
Vermont. (See adv in classified En- 
gravers.) 

Chandler Isaac, lab, h 37 Elizabeth. 

Chandler Isabella (wid Wm), h 755 Bookers 
al. 

Chandler Jacob, lab, h 18 Cora. 

Chandler James H, cook, r 251 E Wash- 
ington. 

Chandler James L D, treas The Indpls 
Millinery Co, b 603 Broadway. 

Chandler John H, mach, b 571 Broadway. 

Chandler Lillian, stenog, b 160 Broadway. 

Chandler Lora B (wid Wm). h 30 Park av. 

Chandler Louis, elk, h 133 Highland av. 

Chandler Mark, elk Roosevelt House. 

Chandler Martha A (wid James W), h 161 
Osage. 

Chandler Mary, h 93 Columbia al. 

Chandler Olive K, stenog, b 429 N Senate 
av. 

Chandler Pearl, b 143 N West. 

Chandler Theodore R, diesinker, h 443 
Union. 

Chandler Thomas, inspr, r 23 N West. 

Chandler Thomas E, pres Chandler & Tay- 
lor Co, h 284 W Vermont. 




Chandler Thomas B, student, b 571 Broad- 
way. 

Chandler Walter, elk, b 30 Park av. 

Chandler Wm E, millwright, h 571 Broad- 
way. 

Chandler Wm G, millwright, b 571 Broad- 
way. 

Chandler Wm G, supt N Y Store, r 400 N 
Illinois. 

CHANDLER & TAYLOR COMPANY 
Thomas E Chandler Pres, Wm Ml 
Taylor Vice-Pres and Treas, George' 
M Chandler Sec and Pnrchasing Agt, 
Engines and Sa^v Mill Machinery, 
.370 W AVashington, Tel 320, 

Chaney, see also Cheney. 

Chaney George F, elk, b 58 Highland pi. 

Chaney Mary (wid Wm), b 650 Madison av. 

Chaney Phoebe E (wid Fernando C)., h 58 
Highland pi. 

Chaney Stewart H, carp, h 555 W Addison , 
(N I). 

Chaney Wm A, train disp. h 58 Highland pi. 

Chaney Wm H, carp, b 555 W Addison (N 
I). 

Chantler, see also Chandler. 

Chantler Mary A (wid Thomas), b 66 Oak. 

Chantler Stephen, ins agt, b 177 Columbia I 
av. 

Chapel Anna, dressmkr, 158 N Senate av, b 
same. 

Chapin Edward J, tool mnfr, 500 W Wash- , 
ington. h 204 Blackford. 

Chapin Elijah, lab, h rear 163 St Mary. 

Chapin Frances M, retoucher, b 204 Black- 
ford. 

Chapin George W, condr, h 949 Wilcox. 

Chapin James W, h 405 Central av. 

Chapin Wm G, cashr freight office C C C I 
& St L Ry, h 275 W Michigan. 

Chaplin Edward, meats, 78 B Mkt House, h 
101 Pleasant. 

Chaplin Vincent H, butcher, b 101 Pleasant. 

Chapman Alfred P, engr, h 57 Jones. 

Chapman Alonzo B, engraver Julius C ' 
Walk & Son, h 483 N Capitol av. 

Chapman Anna L (wid John S), h 46 Lex- 
ington av. 



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Chapman Blanche, stenog- Old Wayne Mut 

Life Assn. b 20S Spann av. 
Chapman Carev. fireman, b 308 S Illinois. 
Chapman Carey E, elk, b 217 Huron. 
Chapman Charles E, decorator, h n s Ohio 

av 1 w of Elm av (I). 
Chapman Elizabeth (wid Nathan), r 213 S 

Pine. 

Chapman Erastus P, insp, h 49 Thomas. 
Chapman Harry, barber, 325 E Washington, 

b 20S Spann av. 
Chapman Harry C, engr, h 69 Agnes. 
Chapman James, porter R M S, b 46 Lex- 
ington av. 
Chapman John, hostler, b 32 Byram pi. 
Chapman John F, switchman, h 463 Still- 
well. 
Chapman John W, guard Marion County 

Workhouse, h 10 Allfree av. 
Chapman Maria, b 95 .n Meridian. 
Chapman Mary E (wia Samuel), h 208 

Spann av. 
Chapman Page, elk S A Fletcher & Co, b 

n e cor Senate av and 30th (M). 
Chapman Samuel B, decorator, h n s Ohio 

av 1 w of Elm av (I). 
Chapman Thomas S, carp, 38 Camp, h 

same. 
Chapman Tracy J, millwright, h 217 Huron. 
Chapman Wm D, bkkpr Indpls Dist Tel 
Co, b w s Linwood av 4 n of Washington. 
Chapman Wilson, lab, h 105 Locke. 
Chappell Dorothy, b 51 Sullivan. 
Chappell Holly F, carp, b 144 N Senate av. 
Chappie Walter A, hostler, h 17 Douglass. 
Chappie Wm, carp, h 407 Coburn. 
Chappie Wm T, propertyman, h 120 Hos- 

brook. 
CHARITY ORGANIZATION SOCIETY 
ciiarles S Gront GenI Sec, 1 Plymoufli 
Bldg-, s e COP NcTT York and Me- 
ridian, Tel 613. 
Charles Aaron B, paperhngr, h 188 Fayette. 
Charles Abraham B, carp, h 311 N West. 
Charles Abraham L, painter, h 187 Doug- 
lass. 
Charles Benjamin, h 41 Brett. 
Charles Charles J, h 836 S Meridian. 
Charles Fannie, b 57 Drake. 



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Charles George, waiter, r 163 Bird. 
Charles Henry, waiter, r 66 N Missouri. 
Charles Horace H, paperhngr, b 311 N 

West. 
Charles Joseph, b 41 Brett. 
Charles Louis J, foreman, h 137 N State av. 
Charles Marion E, b 311 N West. 
Charles Mary (wid Thomas), h 109 S Noble. 
Charles Peter, lab, h 179 W 7th. 
Charleston Thomas, lab, h 289 Yandes. 
Charlton Arthur, carp, b 244 Huron. 
Charlton Frederick R, phys, 16 E Ohio, r 

same. 
Charpie Avery B Rev, h 17 Keystone av. 
Charpie Leonard S, stenog Indpls Foundry 

Co, b 17 Keystone av. 
Charron Claude, agt, h 15 W North. 
Chartrand Joseph Rev, asst S S Peter and 
Paul Cathedral, h s e cor 5th and Meri- 
dian. 
Chase Clarence J, ins agt, h 612 E Wash- 
ington. 
Chase Elmer, lab, b 17 Deloss. 
Chase Hiram H, stonecutter, h 220 Fulton. 
Chase Nina H, bkkpr, b 612 E Washington. 
Chase Wm H, engr, h 225 N Noble. 
Chase Wm P, mach, h 56 Thalman av. 
Chastain Charles, lab, b 60 Hazel. 
Chastain Edward, lab, h 52 Hazel. 
Chastain John A T, poultry, E Mkt House, 

h 60 Hazel. 
Chasteen Samuel W, cooper, h 35 Beacon. 
Chasteen Wm, cooper, h Ida (M J). 
Chastine Charles, driver, b 211 W Market. 
Chastine Clyde P, lab, b 1360 Indianapolis 
av. 

CHATARD FRANCIS SILAS RIGHT 
REV, Bisliop of Vincennes, li s e cor 
5tli and Meridian. 

Chatfield George L, mach, b Illinois House. 

Chatman George H, lab, b 613 Miller av 
(M P). 

Chatman George W, peddler, h 354 N Pine. 

Chatman John, lab, b 72 Harlan. 

Chatman Wm, lab, b 154 Hosbrook. 

Chatten Charles M, finisher, h 38 Camp. 

Chavis Charles, elk, r 300 E North. 

Chavis Wm M, phys, 187% Mass av, h same. 

Chawner Chalmers, driver, r 27 Grand Op- 
era House blk. 

Cheatham Charles, cook, r 285 Chapel. 

Cheatham Charles, porter, h 57 Mayhew. 

Cheatham George W, mer policeman, h 525 
N Senate av. 

Cheatham Nancy J (wid John E), b 850 N 
Penn. 

Cheatham Richard M, barber, r 35i^ Ken- 
tucky av. 

Cheatham Thomas W, lab, h 140 Harlan. 

Cheatham Wm, plastr, h w s Madeira 8 s 
of Prospect. 

Cheek Bond, lab, h. n e cor Hazel and Law- 
rence. 

Cheek John, student, r 71 Madison av. 

Cheek John W, engr, h 251 Fletcher av. 

Cheek Wm, lab, h w s Rural 2 n of Brook- 
side av. 

Cheely Edward W, patternmkr, b 41 Bel- 
mont av. 

Cheely George W (Cheely & Son), tobacco 
mnfrs, 41 Belmont av, h same. 

Cheely Harry (Cheely & Son), b 41 Belmont 
av. 

Cheely & Son (George W and Harry), 
grocers, s e cor Washington and Addison 
(M J). 

Cheeseman Henry, lab, b 27 Woodlawn av. 



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Cheeseman Sarah A (wid John), h 27 Wood- 
lawn av. 

Cheeseman Thomas, lab, b 27 Woodlawn 
av. 

Cheezum Wm W, printer, h 256 S West. 

Cheney, see also Chaney. 

Cheney George M, civil engr, h 241 Ram- 
sey av. 

Cheney Marvell C, blksmith, b 201 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Chenkey Andrew, polisher, h 947 Madison 
av. 

Chenoweth Daniel A, office 66 E Market, h 
441 N Delaware. 

Chenoweth James C, motorman, h 142 Co- 
lumbia av. 

Chenoweth Jennie, boardinig 181 N Dela- 
ware. 

Cherdron Charles, sawyer, b 217 N Pine. 

Cherdron Frank, tel opr, b 217 N Pine. 

Cherdron Henry, lab. b 217 N Pine. 

Cherdron Martha E (wid Charles), h 217 
N Pine. 

Cherdron Oscar L, elk C Friedgen, b 217 N 
Pine. 

Cherry David, lab, b 166 Osage. 

Cherry Horace O, elk, b 235 Broadway. 

Cherry James P, printer, h 497 N Senate 
av. 

Cherry Mary M (wid Andrew O), h 235 
Broadway. 

Cherry Wm C, insp Indpls Fire Insp Bu- 
reau, b 235 Broadway. 

Cherry Wm M, lab, h 380 N Brookside av. 

Cheseldine Anna (wid Andrew), h 36 
Stevens. 

Cheslyn John W, finisher, h 37 Brett. 

Chester Albert A, carp, h 38 Eureka av. 

Chester Charles N, mach hd, h 19 Keith. 

Chester Dick H, mngr Henrv R Worthing- 
ton, 64 S Penn. b 185 N Delaware. 

Chester James, tel opr, r 211 N Illinois. 

Chester Oil Co, George C Webster pres, 
Ernest W Dawson sec, 51 Lombard bldg. 

Chester Ola (wid Thomas E), b 22 Oriental. 

Chester Oriel E, carp, h 107 Malott av. 

CHESTER PIPE AND TUBE CO THE 
(Jolin H DiIIv$;>, 203 Majestic Bldgr- 

Chesterfield Oscar, attendant Insane Hos- 
pital. 

Chestnutt John, sec Moore & Co, auditor 
Kingan & Co, h 814 N Alabama. 

Chestnutt John W, elk Kingan & Co, b 370 
N Meridian. 

Chet ester Barbara (wid George), h 101 Ne- 

CHEVaLiER PERCY R, Propr Lion 
Mantel anfl Grate House, 114 X Dela- 
Tvare, Tel 1437: li 57 Ruckle. 

Cheyne Frederick H, electrician, h 219 Cor- 
nell av. 

Chicago Belting Co, Harry L Whaley agt, 
38 Kentucky av. 

CHICAGO BRIDGE AND IRON CO, Al- 
bert Micliie AjBft, Engineers and Con- 
tractors, Office Room 6 Builders' Ex- 
cliange, 35 E Ohio, Tel 970. (See adv 
in classified Contractors — Bridg,"^-) 

Chidester Daniel, lab, b 129 S Reisner (W I). 

Chidester Wm J, trav agt, h 196 N Dela- 
ware. 

Child Harry H. mngr Fairbanks, Morse & 
Co, b 265 N Illinois. 

Childers Alonzo, b 127 Hoj't av. 

Childers Calvin F. foreman Natl Malleable 
Castings Co, h 68 Germania (H). 

Childers Edward H, agt, b 66 Wallack. 



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Childers Frank R, collr, b 66 Wallack. 
Childers Harry R, mach, h 9 Frazee (H). 
Childers James, switchman, b 183 Yandes. 
Childers James P, city salesman Nelson 

Morris & Co, h 127 Hoyt av. 
Childers John R, solr, h 66 Wallack. 
Childers Joshua F, lab, h 2o5i/^ E Washing- 
ton. 
Childers Perry P. lab. 65 N New Jersey. 
Childers Robert S, drayman, h 1 Gatling. 
Childers Stephen L, city fireman, h 278 N 

Liberty. 
Childers Wm, welldriver, h e s Nicholas 2 

n of English av. 
Childers Wm H, carp, h 66 Wallack. 
Childress Andrew, lab. h 12 Sheridan. 
Childress Charles, lab, h 179 W 5th. 
Childress Mary G (wid Albert), b 128 W 

North. 
Childs George, painter, b 65 Ludlow av. 
Childs Joseph, lab, b 324 W 2d. 
Childs Leroy, lab, h 1387 N Capitol av. 
Childs Peter, lab. h 324 W 2d. 
Childs Roy, h 197% Christian av. 
Childs Wm, lab, b 33 Willard. 
Childs Wm. lab, b 324 W 2d. 
Chill Albert L, student, b 169 Yandes. 
Chill Anna M (wid Charles W), b 169 

Yandes. 
Chill Annie E, teacher, b 169 Yandes. 
Chill Ida E, nurse, b 48 Cornell av. ' — '^~~» 

Chill Julia, h 62 Jefferson. S C3 

Chill Thomas M, h 169 Yandes. «=> ^ 

Chillson Marshall D, h 43 Morrison. Sg x^ 

Chilton Margaret (wid Thomas L), h 121 J3 b* 

Frazee (H). j-'H * 

Chinn Maria (wid John H). h 140 Agnes. ^ 
Chipman John W, sec Wanamaker Car - 

Scale Co, h 23 Home av. ' " y —' 

Chipwood Wm, barber, r 193i/^ E Washing- ^g q^ 

toil- S S 

Chrisholm Robert C, lab, h 3521/2 W North. 5S. 52- 

Chislett Frederick V. vice-pres and treas ^^ ^ 

Indpls Warehouse Co, h Crown Hill Ceme- ^ »^ 

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Chislett John, asst supt Crown Hill Ceme- 
tery, h same. 

Chism Clinton, cook, h S3 Fayette. 

Chlsman James M, fireman, h 59 S Belmont 
av (W I). 

Chittick Barnard F, mach opr Indpls Jour- 
nal, b 132 W Ohio. 

Chitwood George R, phys, 31 N East, h 
same. 

Chitwood Joseph D, painter, h 52 Poplar 
(B). 

Chitwood Maria J, dry goods, 241 English 
av. h same. 

Chitwood Martha (wid Elisha), b 53 N 
Brightwood av (B). 

Chives Enos B, shoemkr, 19 Clifford av, h 
318 N Liberty. 

Chives James A, shoemkr, 247 Indiana av, 
h 3181/2 same. 

Chomel Alexander, pub The Catholic Rec- 
ord, 100 W Georgia, h same. 

Chomel Alexander jr, foreman The Catholic 
Record, b 100 W Georgia. 

Chomel Anselm J, student, b 100 W Geor- 
gia. 

Chomel Wm J, printer, b 100 W Georgia. 

Chowning Emmett, porter, r 135 Allegheny 

Chowning Frank, tmstr, h 216 W Chesa- 
peake. 

Chowning Louis, lab, b 216 W Chesapeake. 

Chnsman James W, bartndr, h 177yo In- 
diana av. 

Christ, see also Crist. 
Christ Anna, r 649i/^ Virginia av. 
Christ Charles, lab, r 129 Virginia av. 
Christ Ernest, student, r 585 N Senate av. 
Christ Harry, peddler, r 166y2 W Washing- 
ton. 

Christ Henry, butcher, h 152 Harlan. 

Christena George E, cabtmkr. h 424 E Ohio. 

Chrlstena John, cabtmkr, h 324 Spring. 

Christena Wesley C, carp, h 32 King. 

Christena Wm H, cabtmkr. h 34 King. 

Christensen Christian, tailor, mV2 Mass av, 
h same. 

Christensen Frederick P, lab, h 425 W Mc- 
Lene (K I). 

Christensen Gustavus A Rev, pastor Dan- 
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Christensen Hans, 

(H), h 82 same. 
Christensen Hans, hostler, - 
Christensen Louis G, elk, 

(N I). 
Christensen Mathew, driver, h 1202 Faii*- 

view (N I). 
Christenson Gunder K, shoemkr, h 354 CUn- 

ton. 
Christenson Thomas W, brickmason, h n e 

cor Mill and 9th. 
Christian Elizabeth (wid Wilson), h 424 I.,a- 

fayette. 
Christian Eugene, foreman, b 237 W Mary- 
land. 
Christian Frederick E, civil engr, 364 Ram- 
sey av, h same. 
Christian Harry A, lab, h 59 Kansas. 
Christian Harry E, insp, b 206 N Alabama, 
Christian John E (J E Christian & Co), h 

137 B Pratt. 
Christian Joseph C, barber, 78 E Ohio, h 

320 N Delaware. 
Christian J E & Co (John E Christian), 

lumber, 475 E Michigan. 
Christian MarJ^ b 113 Dunlop. 
Christian Theodore R, architect, 364 Ramsey 

av, h same. 
Christian Thomas J, lumber, 71 Alvord, h 

78 W North. 
Christian Wilmer F, farmer, h 206 N Ala- 
bama. 
Christian Wilmer F jr, phys City Hospital, 

b 206 N Alabama. 
Christie, see also Christy. 
Christie Charles B, mach, b 104 Spring. 
Christie Frank D, b 29 Hall pi. 
Christie George W, elk, h 29 Hall pi. 
Christie John L, switchman, b 124 Trow- 
bridge (W). 
Christie John W, carp, h 1103 N New Jersey., 
Christie Joseph, brakeman, b 22 S State av. 
Christie Thomas E, h 124 Trowbridge (W). 
Christie Thomas E jr, elk, b 124 Trow- 
bridge (W). 
Christison Hadley, lab, b 150 Elm. 
Christison Linda (wid David), h 150 Elm. 
Christison Orlando H, nailer, b 150 Elm. 
Christison Wm F, lab, b 150 Elm. 
Christman Wm C, porter, h 278 Chapel. 
Christofferson Christian A, supt, h 466 W 

New York. 
Christoph Wm F, cigar mnfr, 85 Kansas, h 

same. 
Christy, see also Christie. 
Christy Cora L, teacher Public School No 

24. b 367 Blake. 
Christy Ella M, pHn Public School No 40, 

r 99 Yandes. 
Christy Frank W, plater, b 136 S East. 
C'hristv Israel, lab, h 195 Agnes. 
Christy Jacob H, 106 Shepard (W I). 
Christy James F, h 391 S Missouri. 
Christy Jennie, tailoress, h 27i/^ Monument 

pi. 
Christy John, lab, b 34 S West. 
Christy Levi, elk Assessment Bureau, h 

99 Yandes. 
Christy Rachel C (wid John), h 136 S East. 
Christy Samuel A, news dealer, 259 Mass 

av, h same. 
Christy Walter W, porter, h 356 Clinton. 
Christy Wm W, laundry, 367 Blake, h 

same. 
Chryst John W, stereotyper, h 29 Traub av. 
Church Andrew S, architect, 352 Ramsey 

av, h same. 
Church Barbara E (wid Joseph H), h 166 
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Church Edward 
bama. 

Church Frank L, 
(M P). 

Church Georg-e, lab, r 659i^ Virginia av. 

Church Henry S, lab, h H Minerva. 

Church Ida (wid Zenus K), h 22 Jefferson 
av. 

Church John D, bkkpr, h 872 N Delaware. 

Church Joseph A. h 274 N Alabama. 

Church Luretta M, music teacher, 137 N 
Arsenal av, b same. 

Church Richard H, painter, h 137 N Arse- 
nal av. 

Church Sherman T, miller, b 274 N Ala- 
bama. 

Church Wm A, mattressmkr. b 378 Blake. 

Churchill Albert A, dentist, r 18 Grand 
Opera House blk. 

Churchill Alexander, lab, b 287 W North. 

Churchill Alfred, lab, b 287 W North. 

Churchill Cadd, lab, b 287 W North. 

Churchill Charles D. foreman, r 76 N East. 

Churchill Charles E, basketmkr, h 86 N 
East. 

Churchill Charles J, blksmith, b 71 Min- 
erva. 

Churchill Daniel J, elk Morrow & McKee, b 
314 N Alabama. 

Churchill Henry, paperhngr, b 71 Dearborn. 

Churchill John W, lab, h e s Race 4 s of 
Raymond. 

Churchill Joshua, lab, h 71 Dearborn. 

Churchill Morton C, lab, h 31 Traub av. 

Churchill Richard, lab, h 287 W North. 

Churchill Richard jr, lab, b 287 W North. 

Churchman Edward M, sec The Mullen- 
Blackledge Co, 62 S Alabama, h 618 N 
Penn. 

Churchman Frank F (Jeffery, Fuller & 
Co), h Churchman pike 6 miles s e of city 
limits. 

CHURCHMAN WM F, Cashier The Cap- 
ital National Bank, h Churchman 
pilse 6 niile.s s e of City. 

Ciato Michael, fruits, h 218 S Bast. 
Ciener Isaac, liquors, 167 W Washington, 
h 215 W New York. 

CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTOIN 

R R, Georg-e W Hayler District Pass 

Agt, EdTrard R Ingersoll City Ticket 

Agft, Henry G Stiles Genl Ag-t Freiglit 

Dept, a W AVashington, Tel 737. 

Ciphers, see also Cyphers. 

Ciphers Wm L, waiter, r 128 W Ohio. 

CIRCLE PARK BARBER SHOP. George 
Fate MngT, 15 Monument PI. 

Circle Park Hotel, Mrs Mary Rhodlus 

propr, 13 Monument pi. 
CIRCLE TRANSFER CO (Isom C Hall. 

Thomas H Tanner, Albert Smith). 90 

W Market, Tel 1569. 

Clriakolias John, candymkr, r 17 Kentucky 

av. 
Cissell Felix W, wagonmkr, h 65 W McCar- 

ty. 

Citizens' Mutual Building and Loan Assn, 
Wm Downey pres, Albert B Carter sec, 
Wm H Latta treas, 29 Journal bldg. 

CITIZENS' STREET RAILROAD CO 
THE, Augustus L Mason Pres, Wm L 
Elder Vice-Pres, Wm F Milliolland 
See and Treas, Miller Elliott Supt, 
750 W^ Washington, Tel 85. 



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REAL ESTATE, LOANS, 
AND RENTAL AGENTS. 
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CITY BOARD OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND 
CHARITIES, Wm C Ripley Clerk, 
Room 10 Basement Court House, Tel 
538. 

CITY BOARD OF PUBLIC SAFETY, 
Richard C Herrick Sec, Room 2 
Basement Court House. Tel 1390. 

CITY BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, Bart 
Parker Sec, Room 5 Basement Court 
House. 

CITY BUILDING INSPECTOR'S OFFICE, 
George W Bunting Inspector, Room 
2 Basement Court House, Tel 1390. 

CITY CIVIL ENGINEER'S OFFICE, 
Bernard J T Jeup City Civil En- , 
gineer, Rooms 13-15 Basement Court 
House, Tel 512. 

CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, Charles H 
Stuckmeyer Clerk, Room 6 Basement 
Court Hou.se, Tel 542. 

CITY COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, Eu- 
dorus M Johnson City Conii>troller. 
Room X Ba.sement Court House, Tel ►•> 
1890. ^ 

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«fc Co Publishers, 23-24 Journal Bldg;3 
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City Police 

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Uc u Claffey Charles C 

0*0 Vermont. 

2 tj v» Claffey Christian C 

•*-> O e Pleasant. 

£03 Claffev Conrad, h 91 English av. 

O .S Claffev Edward L, mach, h 12S N Gillard 



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Claffey Edward W. lab, b PI English av. 






Bj"Ji Claffev Frederick, carp, h e s Hope 2 s of 
" Willow (B). 

Claffev Frederick, mach, b 91 English av. 
"" Claffey George C, glasscutter, h 1102 E 
^ Michigan. 

« Claffev John W, elk Model Clothing Co, b 
Z 79 S Linden. 

Claffev Lewis F, driver, h 443 S State av. 
Claffey Wm, blksmith, h 79 S Linden. 
Claffey Wm C, blksmith, b 79 S Linden. 
Claffey Wm F, packer, h 91 English av. 
Claiborne, see also Claybourne. 
Claiborne Leonard A, trav agt, h 201 N 

State av. 
Clair James, lab, h 74 Benton. 
Claman Eugene B, mach hd, b 136 W Ver- 
®®®® mont. 

Claman Isaac, h 136 W Vermont. 
Claman Wm R, elk, b 136 W Vermont. 
f_: Clampitt Charles F, elk, h 114 Willow (B). 
^^ . Clancy Benjamin M, uphlr, b 11 Tecumseh. 
CJ O Clancy Charles L, livery, rear 224 N Me- 

Z ridian. h 32 Johnson av. 
S^^ - Clancy Ella F (wid Wm W), h 53 Lexington 
"^^ M av. 

^•^ 3 Clancy James, buyer N Y Store, r 279 N 
Q^ O Capitol av. 

m ■ *• Clancy James, lab, h 102 S Linden. 
pIZl i Clancy John D, lab, h 11 Tecumseh. 
^3 5 Clancy John J, bookbinder, b 11 Tecumseh 
CO 5 av. 

2 Clancy John J, brakeman, b 102 S Linden. 
CiQ — Clancy Leslie D, elk, b 53 Lexington av. 
; Clancy Thomas, ear rep, h 48 N State av. 
r^, t- Clapp Alonzo B, letter carrier P O, h 501 
5j^ •• N Alaljama. 

gM « Clapp Charlotte (wid George W), b 20 
PQ Q Leonard. 

rr^ Z Clapp Herbert E, watchman, h 28 Yandes. 
f'*-' 2 Clapp Jennie B (wid Thomas H), h .531 N 

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Clapp Roger O, elk Union Trust Co, b 531 

N Delaware. 
Clapp Thomas C, coUr, h 144 Ft Wayne av. 
Clapp Wm H, bkkpr Richardson & Mc- 

Crea, b 531 N Delaware. 
Clare John, lab, h 151 Bates. 
Clare Wm, poultry, E Mkt House, b 414 

Newman. 
Clark, see also Clarke. 

Clark Alexander N, real est, h 239 N Cap- 
itol av. 
Clark Alfred, h 266 N West. 
Clark Alfred, trav agt, h 247 N Delaware. 
Clark Alfred jr, stenog Parry Mnfg Co, b 

247 N Delaware. 
Clark Alice J, dressmkr, 244V2 E Washing- 
ton, h same. 
Clark Alice M, dressmkr, 47 Peru av, h 

same. 
Clark Alonzo B, trav agt, h 1483 N Illinois. 
Clark Alonzo E, tireman, h 186 S Judge 

Harding (W I). 
Clark Alvin T, trav agt, h 1211 N Capitol 

av. 
Clark Andrew J, mach, b 312 S West. 
Clark Andrew J, phys, 338 N New Jersey, 

h same. 
Clark Anna, matron Asylum for Friendless 
.Colored Children, s w cor Senate av and 

12th. 
Clark Ansel C, b 71 Birch av (W I). 
Clark Benjamin A, engr, h 8 N Station (B). 
Clark Benjamin F, real est, h 487 W Udell 

(N I). 
Clark Benjamin T, lab, h 5 Jefferson. 
Clark Bradley, bricklayer, b 29 Madison av. 
Clark Carev E, lab, b 97 N Beville av. 
Clark Catherine M (wid James B), h 181 W 

Vermont. 
Clark Charles, lab, h 21 Downey. 
Clark Charles, packer, b 297 N California. 
CLARK CHARLES A, Justice o£ tlie 

Peace, SSYz E WasUington, li 183 

Belief oiitaiiie. 
Clark Charles E, feedmaster, h 210 W 

South. 
Clark Charles F, brakeman, h 71 Lord. 
Clark Charles J, elk, h 23 Church. 
Clark Charles L, grocer, 4 N Station (B), 

b S same. 
Clark Charles L, trav agt, h 906 N New 

Jersey. 
Clark Charles W, mach, b 66 S West. 
Clark Charlotta (wid John T), b 12 Minne- 
sota. 
Clark Chauncey H (Stockton, Gillespie & 

Co), h 239 N Capitol av. 
Clark Clarence E, electrician, h 223 W New 

York. 
Clark Cyrus J (Clark, Wysong- & Voris), h 

461 Walnut av (N I). 
Clark Daniel W, electrician, r 351 N Senate 

av. 
Clark David H, carp, b 291 Miller (W I). 
Clark Ed2:ar H, pagre Superior Court No 3, 

b 600 Ash. 
Clark Edmund D, phys, 14 W Ohio, and. 

City Sanitarian, 10 Court House, h 401 N 

Ea.st. 
Clark Edward, cook, h 325 E Court. 
Clark Edward, lab, h 209 Minnesota. 
Clark Edward, packer, ta Marion Park 

Hotel (M P). 
Clark Edward A, cigars, 150 Mass av, h 164 

N Alabama. 
Clark Edward J, lab, h 59 Germania av (H). 
Clark Edward J, mach, b 524 Jefferson av. 
Clark Edward S, photog, r 66 E Washing- 
ton. 



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Clark Edward W, circulator Patriot Pha- 
lanx, b 95 N Meridian. 

Clark Elisha A, lab. r 439 E Washington. 

Clark Eliza J (wid Samuel), h s e cor Fern- 
way and Catharine. 

Clark Elizabeth, h 2 W Miami. 

Clark Elizabeth (wid Timothy J), h 105 
Bates. 

Clark Elizabeth E (wid George M D), h 
1374 N Senate av. 

Clark Elliott D, saloon, 274 W Washing- 
ton, h same. 

Clark Ellsworth E, elk, h 938 N Alabama. 

Clark Elmer H, ironwkr, h 71 Birch av 
(W I). 

Clark Elmer J, lab, b 675 Mass av. 

Clark Emma (wid Harry), notions, 17 Hill- 
side av, h same. 

Clark Ephraim, farmer, h 291 Miller (W I). 

CLARK ERNEST V, Re.s Asst Sec Amer- 
ican Surety Co of New Yorlt, 106-lOS 
Commercial Club Bltlg^, Tel 1539, li 
678 Broadway. 

Clark Ewing P, supt agts Commercial B 

and L Assn, h 277 E Miami. 
Clark Fannie, h 327 B New York. 
Clark Frances G, propr White Ribbon 

House, 95 N Meridian. 
Clark Frank U, trav agt, h 447 N East. 
Clark Frank S, engr, h 211 Huron. 
Clark Frank W, lab, h 483 Union. 
Clark Franklin, lab. h 108 Bright. 
Clark Frederick, fireman, h 27 N Gillard 

av. 
Clark Frederick A (Clark & Roberts), b 856 

N MeT-idian. 
Clark George, b 956 Grove av. 
Clark George, cook, b 191 N New Jersey. 
Clark George, lab, h 37 Gatling. 
Clark George H, city fleman, h 131 Huron. 
Clark George L. engr, h n s Sutherland 1 

w of Station (B). 
Clark George M, elk, r 252 Mass av. 
Clark George W, engr, h 12 N Station (B). 
Clark Grace, b 1374 N Senate av. 
Clark Harry F, elk R B Grover & Co, b 229 

Coburn. 
Clark Harry R, painter, h 610 W Eugene 

(N I). 
Clark, Hattie (wid Charles), dressmkr, 252 

E Washington, b same. 
Clark Henry H, welldriver, 136 Martindale 

av, h same. 
Clark Henry T^ elk. h 8 Shriver av. 
Clark Henry W, lab, h 66 S West. 
Clark Herschel G. student, b 401 N East. 
Clark Hiram, painter, b 402 B Market. 
Clark Horace A, barber, 357 Virginia av, h 

same. 
Clark Hugh, carriagemkr, h 233 W Mich- 
igan. 
Clark Isaac, janitor Public School No 40, 

h 297 N Penn. 
Clark James, brakeman, b 162 Harrison. 
Clark James, painter, b 402 E Market. 
Clark James, trav agt, h 202 Lincoln la. 
Clark James F, mach hd, b 312 S West. 
Clark James H, lab, h 963 S Meridian. 
Clark James H, photog, 66 E Washington, 

h 1014 N Senate av. 
Clark James H, umbrellas, 11 Indiana av, 

h 80 Mayhew. 
Clark James M, waiter, h 9 Fayette. 
Clark James, miller, h 327 E New York. 
Clark John, b 579 N Penn. 
Clark John, agt, r 77V> S Illinois. 
Clark John, carp, h 421 W Addison (N I). 
Clark John, mach, h 32 Cincinnati. 



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Clark John, molder, h 271 W Market. 

Clark John C. cabtmkr, h 675 Mass av. 

Clark John C, elk S F Muhl, r 523 N Illi- 
nois. 

Clark John E, harnessmkr, b Germania 
House. 

Clark John E, painter, b 437 N Senate av. 

Clark John F, elk, b 105 Bates. 

Clark John J, trav agt, h 175 Pleasant. 

Clark John S, bricklayer, h 484 Chestnut. 

Clark John T, horseshoer, 98 Kentucky av, 
h 2 Short. 

Clark John W, driver, h 223 B Wabash. 

Clark John W, lumber, 79 Alvord, h 
N Penn. 

Clark Jonathan M, bkkpr Krag-Reynolds 
Co, h 279 N Capitol av. 

Clark Joseph, lab, h 42 Chadwick. 

Clark Joseph H, grain agt, h 288 N Liberty. 

Clark Joseph H, real est, h 856 N Meridian. 

Clark Joseph W, tmstr, h 24 Hamilton av. 

Clark Josephine B, teacher, b n e cor N Me- 
ridian and 24th. 

Clark Joshua J. elk, h 164 N Alabama. 

Clark Jossius M, agt, h 40 Drake. 

Clark Katherine C. librarian Indpls Bar 
Library Assn, b 105 Bates. 

Clark Laura (wid Richard), h 444 W Wash- 
ington. 

Clark Laura R, h 240 S Capitol av. 

Clark Leander C, lab, h 190 Virginia av. 

Clark Levi, elk, b 184 B Vermont. 

Clark Levi, grain, h 229 Coburn. 

Clark Levi, janitor, h 88 S Reisner (W I). 

Clark Lewis A, carp, h 100 Kappus (W 

Clark Lucy J, h 193 W Ray. 
Clark Luther R, fruits, 73 E Mkt House, h 
442 W Michigan. 

Clark Margaret A, stenog, b 105 Bates. 
Clark Margaret B (wid Charles), h 299 

Bates. 
Clark Margaret T (wid Reuben O), b 479 N 

Illinois. 
Clark Mary M (wid Orrin B). matron Girls' 

Classical School, h 345 N Penn. 
Clark Michael, h 312 S West. 
Clark Michael F, lab, b 312 S West. 




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THE CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK, 

lUDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Make collections on all points in the States of 

Indiana and Illinois on the most 

favorable rates. 

Capital, - - $300,000 
Surplus and Earnings, 50,000 

No. 28 S. meridian St.. Cor. Pearl. 



Clark Miles E, mach, h s w cor Elizabeth 
and Caldwell. 

Clark Millie, housekpr 224 S West, 

Clark Milton, lab, b 154 N Belmont av (H). 

Clark Milton C, driver, b 136 Martindale av, 

Clark Nannie A, dressmkr, 306 N Delaware, 
h same. 

Clark Nelson E, policeman, h 39 Mayhew. 

Clark Noah A, engr, r 315 Mass av. 

Clark Oliver, lab, b 183 Blake. 

Clark Oliver, porter 206 N Alabama. 

Clark Orian W, driver, h 787 N Senate av. 

Clark Otis G, del elk Insane Hospital. 

Clark Perry, mach, h 68 S Spruce. 

Clark Purdue R, trav agt Pearson & Wet- 
zel, b 275 N New Jersey. 

Clark Rachel E, matron Friends' Boarding 
Home for Young- Ladies, h 155 N Illinois. 

Clark Richard, lab, b 169 W 5th, 

Clark Richard, plastr, r 53 S California, 

Clark Rilla, waiter, r IO81/2 Mass av. 

Clark Robert, mach hd, h 324 Mass av. 

Clark Robert, solr N Y Life Ins Co, h 115 
Ruckle. 

Clark Robert L, ins agt, 20i^ N Delaware, 
h 84 N New Jersey. 

Clark Samuel D, motorman, h 516 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Clark Samuel J, carp, h 243 Huron, 

Clark Sarah, h IO81/2 Mass av. 

Clark Sarah A, boarding- 184 E Vermont. 

Clark Sarah H (wid Benjamin F), h 600 
Ash. 

Clark Stephen A, trimmer, h 215 N New Jer- 
sey. 

Clark Thomas F, flagman, h 224 S West. 

Clark Thomas J, sawmkr, h 105 Fayette. 

Clark Thomas W, plastr, b 135 N Illinois. 

Clark Wallace H, foreman, h 646 B Market. 

Clark Walter E, blksmith, h 643 E 7th. 

Clark Willard, harnessmkr, r 1721/2 E Wash- 
ington. 

Clark Wm, b 233 W Michigan. 

Clark Wm, carp, b 201 E Washington. 

Clark Wm, lab, h 245 S Spruce. 

Clark Wm A, painter, h 64 Camp. 

Clark Wm F, uphlr, h 286 Fletcher av, 

Clark Wm F (Wm F and Wm F Clark 
jr), b 95 N Meridian. 



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Clark Wm F jr (Wm F and Wm F Clark 
jr), b 95 N Meridian. 

Clark Wm^ F and Wm F jr, pubs Patriot 
Phalanx, 25 Cyclorama pi. 

Clark Wm H, phys, 27i^ Monument pi, h 
same. 

Clark Wm J, carp, h 2441/^ E Washington. 

Clark Wm J, mach, b 105 Bates. 

Clark Wm L, engr, h 142 Lexington av. 

Clark wm M, poultry, 178 E Wabash, h 384 
Blake 

Clark Wm P, carp, h 505 E 11th. 

Clark Wm R, lab, h 182 Columbia av. 

Clark Wm T, painter, h 225 Naomi. 

Clark Wilson, agt, h 184 E Vermont. 

Clark. Wysong & Voris (Cyrus J Clark, 
Benjamin F Wysong, Wm C Voris), live 
stock, Union Stock Yards (W I). 

Clark & Roberts (Frederick H Clark, Rich- 
ard B Roberts), phys' chairs, 114 N Dela- 
ware. 

Clarke Catherine (wid Michael F), h 160 
Fletcher av. 

Clarke Charles A, lab, b e s Sherman 
Drive 1 s of Washington. 

Clarke Charles B (Means & Clark), h e s 
Central av 2 s of Washington av (I). 

Clarke Frank J, janitor, h rear 52 Pros- 
pect. 

Clarke George H Rev, pastor Fourth 
Christian Church, h 337 W 2d. 

CLARKE GOOD H, Restaurant, 98 N 
Illinois, Ii 80 N Illinois. 

CLARKE HENRY P, Physician and 
Surgreon, 2 Mansnr Blk, cor Wash- 
ington and Alabama, h 28 Ft Wayne 
av. 

Clarke James E, engr, h 462 S Illinois. 

Clarke Jennie E, midwife, 462 S Illinois, h 
same. 

Clarke John C, lab, b 540 W Washington. 

Clarke John E, plumber, b 160 Fletcher av. 

Clarke John G, engr, b rear 29 Cornell av. 

Clarke Joseph D. elk C C C & St L Ry, h 
119 Broadway. 

Clarke Joseph H, fireman, h, 206 English av. 

Clarke Katie L, bkkpr, b 160 Fletcher av. 

Clarke Mary A (wid Alfred D), h 801 N 
New Jersey. 

Clarke Sarah M, microscoptst, b 801 N New 
Jersev. 

Clarke Thomas J (Clarke & Sons), h 160 
Fletcher av. 

Clarke Wm H, lab, h 70 S William (W I). 

CLARKE & SONS (Thomas J Clarke), 
Plnmbers, Steam and Gas Fitters, 98 
N Delaware, Tel 1401. 

Clarkson Clyde, carp, b 408 S Meridian. 

Clary, see also Cleary. 

Clary Alonzo E, druggist, 102 Hoyt av, h 
same. 

Clary Ara G, elk, h 172 Hoyt av. 

Clary David F, mer police, h 291 S Ala- 
bama, 

Clary Grafton A, farmer, h 20 Shelby. 

Clary Jasper N, capt mer police, h 291 S 
Alabama. 

Clary Kate, seamstress, b 7 Detroit. 

Clary Oliver E, elk, b 171 Fletcher av. 

Clary Worthington J P, h 171 Fletcher av. 

Class, see also Klass, 

Class Christopher, furnacewkr, h 17 Keith. 

Class Michael, furnacewkr, h 46 Newman. 

Classick James, lab, h 16 Chadwick. 

Classick James A, wheelmkr, b 16 Chad- 
wick. 



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Classick Joseph B, vice-pres The Home 
Benefit Assn, b 16 Chadwlck. 

Claudius Brother, teacher, b cor Cobum 
and Short. 

Clavehn Victor, lab, h 1049 S Meridian. 

Clawson Edwin M, buyer W H Messenger, 
h 140 B St Joseph. 

Clawson Frederick, lab, b 889 Morris (W I). 

Clawson James G, carp, b 336 W 1st. 

Clawson John, lab, b 397 Yandes. 

Clawson John B, mailer The Indpls Senti- 
nel, h 1299 N Penn. 

Clawson John W, tmstr, h 308 Lambert 
(W I). 

Clawson Thomas A, condr, h 5 Coble. 

Clay Aaron, lab, r 236 E Wabash. 

Clay Andrew J, grocer, 549 Shelby, h same. 

Clay Charlotte (wid John H), h 647 E 7th. 

Clay Edward, foreman, b 549 Shelby. 

Clay Eliza (wid Coleman C), h 233 W 3d. 

Clay Ella, teacher Public School No 24, b 
434 Blake. 

Clay Frederick, cooper, h 25 Grant. 

Clay Grant H, dentist, h 433 Blake. 

Clay Henry, lab, h 19 Torbet. 

Clay Henry, lab, h 742 N West. 

Clay Henry W, janitor, h 329 W North. 

Clay Herbert J, lab, b 321 Blake. 

Clay Hilliary, ins agt, r 84 W Ohio. 

Clay Ira, shoemkr, h 16 Elizabeth. 

Clay James, cooper, h 93 Lord. 

Clay Jordan, lab, h 189 W 9th. 

Clay Joseph, lab, b 25 Grant. 

Clay Joseph F (Stockton, Gillespie & Co), 

h 426 Ash. 
Clay Maria B (wid Henry), h 46 Brett. 
Clay Mary J (wid Henry), h 201 W 4th. 

Clay Mathew, lab, h 186 Meek. 
Clay Oliver S, lab, b 647 E 7th. 
Clay Richard, hostler, h 28 Columbia al. 
Clay Shing-le Co, John R Elder pres, Ed- 
ward C Elder sec, 1 Ingalls blk. 
Clay Solomon, watchman, h 166 Ft Wayne 

av. 
Clay Thomas, lab. h 106 Howard. 
Clay Wm O, carp, h 16 Leonard. 
Clay Worker The, T A Randall & Co 

proprs, 5 Monument pi. 
Clay Zina (wid Benjamin), h 321 Blake. 
Clayborn Albert G, barber, r 299 Bright. 
Claybourne, see also Claiborne. 
Claybourne Colin W, h 948 N New Jersey. 
Claybourne Wm F. b 948 N New Jersey. 
Claybrook Moses, janitor, h 141 S Linden. 
Claycomb Samuel, driver, h 111 Malott av. 
Claycraft Los, watchman King'an & Co, r 

same. 
Claypool Edward F, h 182 N Meridian. 
Claypool Jefferson H, lawyer, 14 Talbott 

blk, h 663 N Meridian. 
Claypool John W (Claypool & Claypool), b 

1088 N Illinois, tel 217. 
Claypool Solomon (Claypool & Claypool), h 

1088 N Illinois, tel 217. 

CLAYPOOL. & CLAYPOOL, (Solomon and 
John W), Lawyers. Rooms 1-3 Black- 
ford Blk, s e cor W^ashington and 
Meridian, Tel 780. 

Clayton Amos, lab, h rear 125 E Pratt. 

Clayton Anna E (wid John W), h 127 N 
East. 

Clayton Charles J, carp, h 105 Bradshaw. 

Clayton Henry, coachman 268 Park av. 

Clayton Hiram, cook 268 Park av. 

Clayton John P, baggageman, h 31 Sulli- 
van. 

Clayton Joseph S, paperhngr, h 291 Cornell 



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Clayton Leonidas W, trav agt The Indpls 

Stove Co, h 275 Broadway. 
Clayton Thomas H, engr, b 340 S Meridian. 
Clayton Wm W, trav agt The Indpls Stove 

Co, h 424 Central av. 
Clear John. lab. h 151 Bates. 
Clearwater Harry S, h 1106 N Delaware. 
Clearwater Hiram R, h 173 Pleasant. 
Cleary, see also Clary. 
Cleary Andrew F, lab, h 254 Douglass. 
Cleary Benedict, lab, b 390 Coburn. 
Cleary Elmer S. elk, b 232 Huron. 
Cleary John W, electrical engr, h 232 

Huron. 
Cleary May C, nurse, r 133 N Penn. 
Cleary Michael D, contr. b Grand Hotel. 
Cleary Patrick, watchman, h 523 N West 
Cleary, Wm F, elk, ta 232 Huron. 
Cleary Wm L, elk, h IO81/2 Mass av. 
Cleaveland, see also Cleveland. 
Cleaveland Calvin C, painter, 15 S Meridian, 

h 445 S Delaware. 
Cleaveland Charles F, phys, 425 N Capitol 

av, h same. 
CLEAVELAND FENCE CO. Henry G 
Byrani Pres. Norman S Byram Vice- 
Pres, Sec and Treas; Office 21 Biddle. 
Factory 18-22 Biddle: Tel 32S. 
Cleaveland John B, mngr The Wire Fence 

Supply Co, h 351 Clifford av. 
Cleaveland Wm V, painter, b 445 S Dela- 
ware. 
Cleaver Charles E, bricklyr, b 109 Highland 

pl. 
Cleaver Jefferson, bricklvr, h 371 E Ohio. 
Cleaver John D, tile setter, b 371 E Ohio. 
Cleaver Mary E (wid John W), b 109 High- 
land pl. 
Cleaver Wm T, trav agt, h 109 Highland pl. 
Cleckner Eliza T (wid Simon S), h 260 S 

Capitol av. 
Clee Frank W, barber, h 405 Indiana av. 
Cleet James, lab, h 510 S West. 
Cleet Joseph F, helper, h n e cor English 

av and Belt R R. 
Cleet Soloman, lab, h n s English av 2 w 

of Auburn av (W). 
Clegg Clarence W, motorman, h 27 Beacon. 



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Cleg-g John, lab, h 640 N Senate av. 

Clegs John M, contr, h 1745 N Penn. 

Clegg Owen E, carp, h 1680 Kenwood av. 

Clegg- Wm H, carp, h n s 30th 2 e of Il- 
linois. 

Cleland John E (Cathcart, Cleland & Co), 
h 32 W St Clair. 

Clem Aaron, grocer, 86 Christian av, h 256 
same. 

Clem Edwin A, elk, b 256 Christian av. 

Clemens Henry D, mach, h 127 John. 

Clemens Wm E, elk, b 939 N Alabama. 

Clemens W Frank, bicycles, 36 Mass av, h 
107 Ft Wayne av. 

Clement John, carp, h 10 Harrison. 

Clements Charles I, lab, h 601 W Shoe- 
maker (N I). 

Clements Charles J, naotorman, b 120 W 
Maryland. 

Clements Christian, b 679 Madison av. 

Clements Cyrus, lab, r 23 N West. 

Clements Eliza E (wid Wm A), h 126 
Bright. 

Clements Flora J (wid Thomas L), h 1081/2 
Mass av. 

Clements Frank, barber, b 323 Clifford av. 

Clements George, carp, 494 Madison av, h 
same. 

Clements Harry B, painter, 194 Davidson, 
h same. 

Clements Horace, waiter, r 287 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Clements John B, dairy, 30 W 20th, h same. 

Clements John J. agt, h 1660 Graceland av. 

Clements John R, flagman, h 348 N Pine. 

Clements Jo'hn S, fireman, h 206 Spann av. 

Clements Michael, carp, h 131 High. 

Clements Michael E, lab, h 37 S California. 

Clements Milton H, packer, r 23 N West. 

Clements Nicholas J, lab, h 1261 Morris 
(W I). 

Clements Oren R, elk Parry Mnfg Co, h 251 
S Alabama. 

Clements Peter, carp, 679 Madison av, h 
same. 

Clements Robert B, lab, b 126 Bright. 

Clements Silas, lab, h e s Orchard 3 n of 
Howland av. 



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Clements Theodore, 
Maryland. 

Clemmer Eugene P, 
Illinois, h same. 

Clemmer Ferd O, phys, 130 N Illinois, 
same. 

Clendening Albert S, carpetlayer W H Mes- 
senger, h 297 E Georgia. 

Clendening Annie, h 403 W 2d. 

Clendening Franklin H, lab, h 297 E 
Georgia. 

Clendening Thomas J, carp, h 
Washington. 

Clette James J, lab, h 456 S West. 

Cleveland, see also Cieaveland. 

Cleveland Charles, molder, h w 
Drive 1 s of C C C & St L Ry. 

CLEVELAND, CIIVCIIVNATI, CHICAGO & 
ST LOUIS RY (Big Four Route), 
Henry M Bronson Asst Gen Pass Agt, 
Henry S Eraser Gen Agt J reiglit 
Dept, W A Sullivan Commercial Agt, 
Benjamin C Kelsey City Ticlset Agt, 
Wright S Jordan Trav Pass Agt, 1 E 
Wasliiugton, Tel 374; Samuel M Hiee 
Ticket Agt, 36 Jackson PI, Tel 388. 

Clevenger Harriet H, reader, r 78 E North. 

Clevenger Oscar F, agt, r 42 S Capitol av. 

Clevenger Viola (wid Oscar), h 231 W Ver- 
mont. 

OLEVEIVGER WM P, Physician (Prac- 
tice Limited to Throat, Nose and 
Ear), 19 E Ohio, h same, Tel 44. 

Click Jesse D, lab, h 229 Buchanan. 

Click John, saloon, 349 English av, h same. 

Click Nettie (wid Nathan), b 105 English 
av. 

Clickard George, lab, h 77 Drake. 

Clidenc© John, lab, b e s Brown 2 n of 23d. 

Clifford Alfred S, porter, b 200 Virginia av. 

Clifford Amos, h 374 N West. 

Clifford Bernard, lab, b 2681/2 W Washing- 
ton. 

CLIFFORD. BROWDER & MOFFETT 
(Vincent G Clifford, Wilbur P Brovr- 
der, Wintield S Mottett), Lawyers. 
721/3 E Washington, Tel 1314. 

Clifford Edward H, reporter, b 270 N West. 

Clifford Harry C, lab, h 340 Coburn. 

Clifford John C, lab, h 3491/2 S Meridian. 

Clifford John F, brakeman, b 18 N Gale 
(B). 

Clifford Mary (wid Bernard), b 230 W Mary- 
land. 

Clifford Michael L, bartndr, b 251 B Wash- 
ington. 

Clifford Patrick, carp, h 144 N Dorman. 

Clifford Vincent G (Clifford, Browder & 
Moffett), h 174 Bellefontaine. 

Clifford Wm, carp, h 493 N Senate av. 

Clifford Wm L (Clifford & Arnold), h 487 
N Senate av. 

Clifford & Arnold (Wm L Clifford, Jacob 
Arnold), plumbers, 67 Indiana av. 

Clift Frances (wid John M), b 2701/2 W 
Washing'toin. 

Clift Mahala J (wid Wm), b rear 265 Mass 
av. 

Clifton Arthur J, lab, h 13 Sample (W I). 

Clifton Benjamin, grocer, 355 Indiana av, 
h same. 

Clifton Charles S, carp, h 317 Fletcher av. 

Clifton Charles W (John G Clifton & Son 
and C W Clifton & Co), b 80 Ft Wayne 
av. 

Clifton C W & Co (Charles W and John G 
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Clifton John G (John G Clifton & Son and 
C W Clifton & Co), h 80 Ft Wayne av. 

Clifton John G & Son (John G and Charles 
W), produce, 94 B Mkt House. 

Clifton Nelson, lab, h 15 Sample (W I). 

Clifton Oliver, lab, b 15 Sample (W I). 

Clifton Stephen A, agt, h 7 Ludlow av. 

Climax Baking Powder Co, Alfred B Gates 
pres, Harry B Gates sec, Wm N Gates 
treas, 124 B Maryland. 

Cline, see also Klein and Kline. 

Cline Abraham, collr, b 395 B McCarty. 

Cline Albert, real est, b 852 Cornell av. 

Cline Benjamin F, carp, 573 Broadway, h 
same. 

Cline David C (Smith, Curtis & Co), h 1003 
B Washington. 

Cline Edward H, lab, h 57 Hosbrook. 

Cline Edward S, lab, h 110 Tandes. 

Cline Frederick, real est, b 852 Cornell av. 

Cline Henry, lab, h 140 Martindale av. 

Cline Henry, peddler, h 433 S Capitol av. 

Cline Jacob W, engr, h 10 N Dorman. 

Cline James H, painter, b 619 N Capitol av. 

Cline James W, condr, h 17 Henry. 

Cline John, driver, r 114 N Meridian. 

Cline John C, mngr A J Conroy & Co, 23 
Indiana av, h 58 Warren av (W I). 

Cline Joseph M, b 146 W Vermont. 

Cline Julia, h 202 W Maryland. 

CLINE LEWIS C, Physician (Limited 
to Throat, Nose and Ear), 43 E Ohio, 
h 862 N Meridian. 

Cline Margaret (wid David), h 72 Bu- 
chanan. 

Cline Martha, h s w cor Baltimore av and 
17th. 

Cline Martin L, real est, h 576 W 22d (N I). 

Cline Mary A (wid Isaac H), h 619 N Capi- 
tol av. 

Cline Noah A, driver, b 1055 W Michigan. 

Cline Samuel, lab, h 572 W Washington. 

Cline Walter, lab, b 140 Martindale av. 

Cline Wm, h 64 S Summit. 

Cline Wm, real est, 121/2 N Delaware, h 852 
Cornell av. 

Cline Wm jr, real est, h 51 Bellefontaine. 

Clinebick, Louis, cook, r 19 Russell av. 

Clingerman Charles H, lab, h 63 Ft Wayne 
av. 

Clingler Albert G, bicycle rep, 63 Indiana av, 
h 180 Elizabeth. 

Clingler Henry S, finisher, h 180 Elizabeth. 

Clingman Alexander, lab, b 381 W 1st. 

Clingman August, lab, b 87 Rhode Island. 

Clingman John A, lab, h 542 Chestnut. 

Clingman Junius, driver, h 396 S Delaware. 

Clingman Rufus A, lab, h 87 Rhode Island. 

Clingman Wm, lab, h 79 W North. 

Clinkert Wm C, plumber, h 39 Oliver av 
(W I). 

Clinton Emma L, elk Probate Commission- 
er, b 736 N New Jersey. 

Clinton George B, trav agt, h 307 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Clinton John E, mailing elk P O, b 548 E 
Ohio. 

Clinton John R, dep elk Marion County, h 
548 E Ohio. 

Clinton Moses M, boys' supervisor Deaf and 
Dumb Inst, h 27 Walcott. 

Clinton Nellie (wid James), h 393 W 2d. 

Clinton Otis, packer, b 124 E North. 

Clinton Wharton R, bkkpr, b 736 N New 
Jersey. 

Clippinger Wm H, elk The H Lieber Co, h 
75 Fletcher av. 

elites Willard K, trav agt, h 74 Highland 
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Cloak Albert, baggageman, h 1 Jefferson. 

Clodfelter Noah J, h 140 East Drive (W P). 

Cloe Freeman M, driver, h 75 Rockwood. 

Clore Albert, lab, ta 29 College av. 

Clore James A, lab, b 382 B Michigan. 

Close George A, printer, h 187 N Pine. 

Closser Louise M (wid Joseph A), h 409 N 
Delaware. 

Closson Charles P, h 329 N Illinois. 

Cloud Albert D, carp, h 40 Standard av 
(W I). 

Cloud Bruce R, engr, b 67 Minerva. 

Cloud Charles E, elk Henry F Cloud, r 115 
Bryan. 

Cloud Charles F, switchman, b 421 Broad- 
way. 

Cloud Charles O, lab, b 9 Cleveland (H). 

Cloud Dudley T (Cloud & Co), h 158 Pros- 
pect. 

Cloud Edward, lab, h 32 N McLain (W I). 

Cloud Emmett, molder, r 85 Holmes av 
(H). 

CLOUD HENRY F, Dealer in Coal. 
AVood, Coke, Flonr and Feed, 587 W 
McLene (N I), h 115 Bryan. 

Cloud John W, barber, b 32 N McLain 

(W I). 
Cloud Jonathan, carp, 40 Standard av (W 

I), b same. 
Cloud Luther L, carp, h 159 Osage. 
Cloud Margaret L, nurse, 18 Cornell av, b 

same. 
Cloud Owen, hostler, r 181 Virginia av. 
Cloud Peter, b 59 Bridge (W I). 
Cloud Robert T S, b 158 Prospect. 
Cloud Wm E, tmstr, b 115 Bryan. 
Cloud Wm H, painter, h 76 Thalman av. 
Cloud & Co (Dudley T Cloud, George P 

Gaddis), contrs, 246 Virginia av. 
Clouds George C, gateman Union Station, h 

124 Brookside av. 
Clough John L, bkkpr, h 236 Clifford av. 
Clough Susan N (wid Wm), h 236 Clifford 

av. 
Clouse Wm, lab, b 324 E Michigan. 
Clover Samuel, engr, b n w cor Michigan 

and State avs. 
Clow Anna (wid Charles L), h 32 Chad- 
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Cluckner Martha (wid John), h 13 N Cali- 
fornia. 

Clune James M. 2d hd goods, 209 E Wash- 
ington, h 1S6 College av. 

CLl XE JOHX. Propr World's Fair, lOl- 
113 AV AViishingrton and Ladies' 
Home, 11-13 E W HSliinston, Tel 
1296: li 1054 X Alabama. 

Clune Joseph, elk, b 186 College av. 

Clune Michael, furniture mnfr, 700 S Merid- 
ian, h 619 N Penn. 

Clune Patrick, b 186 College av. 

Clune Wm J, bkkpr, b 619 N Penn. 

Clune Wm P, elk, b 186 College av. 

Clymer Anna, h 10 S Gillard av. 

Clymer Henry F, agt, h 194 N Beville av. 

Clymer Robert W Rev. pastor Seventh 
Christian Church, h 442 W Shoemaker 
(N I). 

Coan, see Coen and Cohen. 

Coates Clinton T, blksmith, h 94 S Shade 
(B). 

Coates Leander D, brakeman, r 57 English 
av. 

Coatney Benjamin H, photog, h 161^4 Jeffer- 
son av. 

Coats Francis E. teacher Girls' Classical 
School, b 345 N Penn. 

Coats Jesse, condr, h 71 Hill av. 

Cobb Amos B, porter, b SO Elizabeth. 

Cobb Arthur W. paymaster Udell Wooden- 
ware Works, h 612 Miller av (M P). 

Cobb Campbell H, bkkpr, b 324 Park av. 

Cobb Carroll C, cashr Central Union Tel 
Co, h 443 Talbott av. 

Cobb David, hostler, r 23 Monument pi. 

Cobb Edgar M, mach hd, h 131 Oliver av 
(W I). 

Cobb Harriet M, b 324 Park av. 

Cobb Henry, mach hd, h 131 Oliver av (W 
I). 

Cobb Jane E (wid John W), h 584 W Addi- 
son (N I). 

Cobb John M, salesman BockhofE Bros, h 
139 E 12th. 

Cobb Julia B (wid Edward A), b 324 Park 
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Cobb Reuben R, b 12 W North. 



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Cobb Samuel H, h 22 Lockerbie. 

Cobb Thomas A, lab, h 54 Sheffield av (H). 

Cobb Thomas R, b 1699 N Illinois. 

Cobb Wm A, mach hd, b 131 Oliver av (W 

I). 
Cobb Wm F, chief carp Insane Hospital. 
Cobb Wm H, sub letter carrier P O. 
Cobbs Stephen, lab, b 85 Howard. 
Coble George jr, saloon, 52 Pendleton av 

(B), h 5 Poplar (B). 
Coble Harry, lab, b 103 Blake. 
Coble John, b s s Walnut 2 w of Sherman 

Drive. 
Coble Laura A, elk, b 383 W New York. 
Coble Margaret (wid David), h 198 Bright. 
Coble Mary (wid Daniel), h 115 Hosbrook. 
Coble Mary A (wid George), h 383 W New 

York. 
Coble Preston T, watchman, h 900 Morris 

(W I). 
Coble Wm H, carp, b s s Walnut 2 w of 

Sherman Drive. 
Coble Wm O, elk, h w s Sherman Drive 1 

n of Michigan. 
Cobler James L, driver, h 158% W Wash- 
ington. 
Cobler Jesse, stable foreman Frank Bird 

Transfer Co, h 226y2 E Washington. 
Cobler Lawrence, mach hd, b 888 S Noble. 
Cobler Marshal F, h 355 E Market. 
Cobler Milton, lab, h 88 S Noble. 
Cobler Ora, elk George J Marott, h 87 W 

McCarty. 
Cobler Sherman C, b 88 S Noble. 
Cobler Wm, car rep, h 106 Deloss. 
COBIRN ArCrllSTUS, Mngr Michigran 

Lumber Co, 436 E North, b 887 N 

Penn. 
Coburn Frederick E, fireman, h 244 Huron. 
Coburn George E (Holmes & Co), b 264 Tal- 
bott av. 
COBURX HENRY, Vice-Pres Consum- 
ers' Gas Trust Co, Lumber ITard aJid 

Planing Mill, cor Kentucky av and 

Georgia, Tel 612; b 751 N Penn. 
Coburn Henry, wireman Sanborn Electric 

Co, b 935 Morris (W I). 
Coburn Henry P, elk Henry Coburn, b 751 

N Penn. 
Coburn Henry R, electrician, b 30 S Mc 

Lain (W I). 
Coburn John, mach hd, h 1 Clinton. 
Coburn John, lawyer, 531 Lemcke bldg, h 

40 Hendricks, tel 1163. 
Coburn Joseph A, lab, h 28 Thomas. 
Coburn Minerva (wid Willard H), b 818 N 

Delaware. 
Coburn Lvdia C (wid James F), h 30 S 

McLain (W I). 
Coburn Walter F, lab, b 30 S McLain (W 

I). 
Coburn Willard H (Coburn & Weelburg), 

h 818 N Delaware. 
Coburn Wm H, mngr Henry Coburn, b 

779 N Penn. 
Coburn & Weelburg (Willard H Coburn, 

George F Weelburg), live stock. Union 

Stock Yards (W I). 
Coby Joseph, watchman, r 31 Garden. 
Cocanaugher Joseph, janitor, h 60 Dawson. 
Cocherl Dora J (wid Wm S), h 268 W 6th. 
Cochran Alexander, elk, b 31 Fletcher av. 
Cochran Andrew J, supt industrial dept 

Blind Institute, h 43 Highland pi. 
Cochran Andrew J jr, elk C C C & St L Ry, 

h 170 E Merrill. 
Cochran Cerilda (wid Thomas), h 2241/2 W 

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Cochran Charles, lab, h 165 Sheffield av 
(H). 

Cochran Eck, druT elk. b 31 Fletcher av. 

Cochran Effie N, boarding- 1139 N Illinois. 

Cochran Eli. carp, r 1-56 W Washington. 

Cochran PJllen (wid Thomas), b 33 Bloom- 
ington. 

Cochran Ford, lab, h 5641/4 W Washing- 
ton. 

Cochran Joseph, motorman, h 1139 N Illi- 
nois. 

Cochran Robert, pottery, 564 W Washing- 
ton, h same. 

Cochran Wm A, cashr The Grand Hotel, r 
151 N Alabama. 

Cochran Wm A, contr, 322 Union, h same. 

Cochran Wm C, huckster, h 217 B Wash- 
ington. 

Cochran Wm E, trav agt Elmer E Nichols 
Co, 74 S Meridian. 

Cochran Wm M, h 304 College av. 

Cochrane Arthur, motorman, r 23 N West. 

Cochrane George W, carp, b 424 N Senate 
av. 

Cochrane Jean M, cashr, b 415 N Illinois. 

Cochrane John, carp, h 415 N Illinois. 

Cochrane John P, letter carrier P O, h 190 
Lexing'ton av. 

Cochrane Katrina, teacher Public School 
No 32, b 415 N Illinois. 

Cochrane Robert S, letter carrier P O, b 415 
N Illinois. 

Cochrane Samuel W, contr, h 424 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Cochrane Wm T, city fireman, h 481 Still- 
well. 

Co'Ckburn Henry D, trav agt Emil Wulsch- 
ner & Son, h 117 E Vermont. 

Cocke John S, lab, h 960 N New Jersey. 

Cockerell Marshall H, carp, h 469 W Eu- 
g-ene (N I). 

Cockley Jacob, r 146 S Noble. 

Cocks Thomas G Rev, pastor Irvington M 
E Church, h n s Maple av 2 e of Central 
av (I). 

COCKRUM JOHN B, General Attorney 
IjE&AVRR, sw cor Wasliing-ton 
a.nd Noble, Tel 1472; li 311 College 
a.v. 

Codori Charles, mach, b 292 E South. 

Cody Albert E, bkkpr, h 532 W Addison 
(N I). 

Cody Edward, waiter, r 225 W Washington. 

Cody James, h 499 E Georgia. 

Cody James P, lab, h 20 Poplar (B). 

Cody John J, mach hd, b 499 E Georgia. 

Cody Minnie B, milliner, 46 N Illinois, h 
532 W Addison (N I). 

Coe Edwin H, bkkpr Schnull & Co, h Rit- 
ter av (I). 

Coe Adellah W (wid Charles B), h 110 Tal- 
bott av. 

Coe Henry (Coe & Roache), r 277 N Dela- 
ware. 

Coe James M. mach hd, b 18 Allfree. 

Coe Joseph E, crater, h 438 Charles. 

Coe Katharine, h 80 E New York. 

Coe Marion, lab, h 217 Minnesota. 

Coe Matilda F (wid Orris K), b 182 S New 
Jersey. 

COE & ROACHE (Henry Coe, AAdison 
1/ Roache Jr), Loans and In.sura.nce, 
300 Indiana Trust Bids, Tel 501. 

Coen Frank, carp, b 143 E Washington. 
Coen John J, grocer, 50 S Capitol av, h 5014 

S Illinois. 
Coen Robert J, lab, b 187 S Capitol av. 



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Coen Samuel B, trav agt, h 888 Bellefon- 
taine. 

Coerper Henry J, trav agt, h 1064 N Dela- 
ware. 

Cofer Albert C, lab, r 141 W Washington. 

Coffay, see also Caffee. 

Coffay Eleanor W (wid John), b 1101 N 
Penn. 

Coffay Emily, teacher Public School No 17, 
b 1101 N Penn. 

Coffelt Carl F, pressman, b Enterprise 
Hotel. 

Coffelt Carl L, checkman, b 137 Martin- 
dale av. 

Coffelt Wm. A, mach, h rear 137 Martin- 
dale av. 

Coffey, see also Coffy. 

Coffey David, lab, h 283 E Court. 

Coffey James W, drayman, 177 E Washing- 
ton, h 319 E Wabash. 

Coffey Michael, lab, h 114 Meek. 

CofTie Cornelia, h rear 18 W Michigan. 

Coffie Lafayette, la,b, h e s Auburn av 4 
s of Bethel av. 

Coffield Thaddeus, painter, h 198 Walcott. 

Coffin Abraham. P, tmstr. h 195 S Pine. 

Coffin Albert W (Coffin, Fletcher & Co), h 
393 Park av. 

Coffin Arthur, elk. h 355 Bellefontaine. 

Coffin Bessie C, elk, b 76 W Walnut. 

Coffin Carrie E (wid Erastus K), h 431 
Home av. 

Coffin Charles E (C E Coffin & Co), pres 
Indiana Savings and Investment Co, b 
The Denison. 

COFFIN CHARLES F, Lawyer, Rooms 
15-19 Aetna Bldg^, 191/2 N Penn, Tel 
1161, h 3S2 Broadway. 

Coffin Charles P, polisher, b 195 S Pine. 

Coffin Charles Z, teller Indiana Natl Bank, 
h 93 Prospect. 

COFFIN C E & CO (Charles E Coffin, 
Charles E Hollovray), Investment 
Bankers, Brokers and Dealers in 
Real Estate, Mortgagre Loans, Fire 
Insurance, 90 E Market, Tel 518. 

Coffin David W, pres Am Bldg and Loan 
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Coffin, Fletcher & Co (Albert W Coffin, 

Lafayette W and Samuel H Fletcher), 

pork packers, n s Ray w of West. 
Coffin Frank M, gas insp, h 556 N Alabama. 
Coffin George, trav agt, r 146 N Illinois. 
Coffin George W, butcher, h 135 Fletcher av. 
Coffin Jennie (wid Junius M). b 510 S "West. 
Coffin Lydia B (wid Robert), b 356 Belle- 

fontaine. 
Coffin Maggie, governess Asylum for 

Friendless Colored Children. 
Coffin Mary E, nurse 124 N Alabama. 
Coffin Olga, student, b 1306 N Delaware. 
Coffin Robert K, mach, b 355 Bellefontaine. 
Coffin Robert M, sec Atlas Engine Works, 

h .356 Bellefontaine. 
Coffin Thomas W, h 75 Cornell av. 
Coffin Wm J, cigar mnfr, 72 Frank, h same. 
Coffin T\'m N, engr, h 556 Broadway. 
Coffin Zeno W, h 93 Prospect. 
Coffiand Harry E, lineman, h 43 W Morris. 
Coffman, see also Kauffman. 
Coffman Catherine (wid George A), b 281 

W 16th. 
Coffman Charles, hostler, b State Fair 

Grounds. 
Coffman Ella, buyer N Y Store, b 348 N Illi- 
nois. 
Coffman Harry E, pressman, b 267 S New 

Jersey. 
Coffman Henry C, salesman George Hitz 

& Co. h 123 Prospect. 
Coffman Jackson D, carp, h 323 N Liberty. 
Coffman Jacob, drugs, 540 S East, h 542i^ 

same. 
Coffman Jerome B, driver, h 235 Hoyt av. 
Coffman John S, carp, h 119 Buchanan. 
Coffman Joshua S. salesman Indpls Drug 

Co, h 267 S New Jersey. 
Coffman Ralph B, mach, h 281 W 16th. 
Coffman Walter M, mach, h 1700 Graceland 

av. 
Coffman Wm F, wirewkr, b 103 N Senate 

av. 
Coffy, see also Coffey. 
Coffv Adelbert B, coffees, 130 Mass av, h 

29 Garfield pi. 
Cogan James, flagman, r 771 N Senate av. 
Coghill Thomas S, carp, r 528 N Meridian. 



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Cogle John H, foreman, h 240 English av. 
Cogswell Anna P, elocutionist, 283 Douglass, 

b same. 
Cogswell Malcolm W, elk, b 283 Douglass. 
Cogswell Stacy H, carp, h 283 Douglass. 
Cohee Morris M, elk, r 51 Indiana av. 
Cohee Wm H, trav agt, h 1436 Rader (N I). 
Cohen Abraham, h 157 N East. 
Cohen Abraham, peddler, h 274 S Illinois. 
Cohen Abraham B, solr New England Mut 

Life Ins Co, b 156 N East. 
Cohen Alexander, junk, 359 W Washington, 

h 307 S Meridian. . 
Cohen Benjamin B, bartndr, b 284 E New 

York. 
Cohen Bros (Isaac and Herman), dry goods, 

228 W Washington. 
Cohen David, peddler, h 441 S Illinois. 
Cohen Harris, junk, 291 W Washington, h 

132 Eddy. 
Cohen Harry, bkkpr, b 307 S Meridian. 
Cohen Henry E, elk, b 156 N East. 
Cohen Herman (Cohen Bros), h 73 Madison 

av. 
Cohen Hyman, pawnbroker, 31 S Illinois, h 

156 N East. 
Cohen Isaac (Cohen Bros), h 223 E Ohio. 
Cohen John, lab, r 30 Roanoke. 
Cohen Joseph, barber, 306 S Illinois, h 517 

S Capitol av. 
Cohen Joseph, bkkpr, b 307 S Meridian. 
Cohen Louis, elk, h 418 S Delaware. 
Cohen Louisa (wid Wm), b 401 N New Jer- 
sey. 
Cohen Manny E, mngr Andrews The Tailor, 

b Circle Park Hotel. 
Cohen Marcus, grocer, 127 Eddy, h same. 
Cohen Simon, clothing, 592 Virginia av, h 

same. 
Cohen Thomas, cutter, h 293 E Washington. 
Cohn, see also Kahn. 

Cohn Abraham, elk, h 497 N Capitol av. 
Cohn Albert W, elk, b 221 Hadley av (W I). 
Cohn Fabian, agt, h 20 Cornell av. 
Cohn Isaac, tailor, h 470 N New Jersey. 
Cohn Michael, h 87 N East. 
Cohn Morris F, trimmer Kahn Tailoring 

Co, b 497 N Capitol av. 
Cohn Myer, mngr Santa Clara Wine Co, 33 

W Ohio, h 410 N Delaware. 
Coine Michael, lab, h 54 Minerva. 
Coit George F, tel opr. h Grand av (I). 
Cokayne Edwin S, elk, h 81 College av. 
Cokefair Edgar O, carp, b 115 High. 
Cokefair Sophia O, h 115 High. 
Colbert, see also Calbert. 
Colbert Dennis J, elk R M S, h 29 Coburn. 
Colbert John H, ron hd, r 78 W Georgia. 
Colbert John J, steelwkr, h 29 Church. 
Colbert Joseph, porter, h rear 632 N Penn. 
Colbert Patrick, lab, h 438 S Illinois. 
Colbert Thomas F. supt of police Police 

Station, s e cor Alabama and Pearl, h 449 

N California. 
Colbert Wm A, elk, b 438 S Illinois. 
(ZIolburn Wm, ironwkr, r 164 W Maryland. 
Colby Elmira (wid Jonas), h 140 St Mary. 
Colclazier George W, painter, h 134 N Lib- 
erty. 
Cololazier Mary, dressmkr, 134 N Libertj% 

h same. 
Colclazier Thomas J, lab, h 1155 Michigan 

av. 
Cololazier Wm L, painter, h % Cornell av. 
Golden Earl, elk, b 824 College av. 
Coldo James, lab, h 19 Roanoke. 
Coldo Maria (wid Perry), b 442 Superior. 
Coldwell, see also Caldwell, Cauldwell and 

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Coldwell Horace G (H G Coldwell & Co), 

h 147 East Drive (W P). 
Coldwell H G & Co (Horace G Coldwell, 
Prank Woodbridg-e), contrs. 74 E Market. 
Cole, see also Kahl and Kohl. 
Cole Abraham, lab, h 4 Wisconsin. 
Cole Albert B, elk, b 528 Broadway. 
■Cole Albert B, lawyer, 17 Thorpe blk, r 516 

N New Jersey. 
■Cole Albert M, phys, 173 N Penn, h same. 
Cole Allen, lab, h 80 Arizona. 
■Cole Ambrose E, fireman, h 228 Newman. 
Cole Anna (wid Henry), h rear 249 W South. 
Cole Barton W (Cole & Pease), h 221 Chris- 
tian av. 
Cola Charles, huckster, b 358 S Delaware. 
Cole Charles B, insp, h 402 N East. 
Cole Charles M, wagonmkr, h 358 S Dela- 
ware. 
Cole Clarence I, cai-p, h 588 W Eugene (N 

I). 
Cole Dock, lab, h 2i,2,V2 W North. 
Cole Elizabeth (wid Thomas K), h 33 Hud- 
son. 
Cole Ernest B, elk R M S, h 528 Broadway. 
Cole Prank L, carp, h 119 Ramsey av. 
Cole P M, sec to genl frt agt L, E & W R 

R, h 402 N East. 
Cole George, trav agt, h 609 N West. 
Cole Isaac C, carp, h 588 W Eugene (N I). 
Cole Isabel, dressmkr, 507 E Market, h 

same. 
Cole James A, carp, 148 Harlan, h same. 
Cole James E, barber, b 1373 N Senate av. 
Cole James H. medicines, 71 Indiana av, h 

271 W Vermont. 
Cole James J, phys. 507 E Market, b same. 
Cole Jennie (wid James), h 63 Rhode Isl- 
and. 
Cole Joseph, lab, h 6 Drake. 
Cole Joseph E, lab, h 438 Charles. 
Cole Lee, coachman 98 W Vermont. 
Cole Mary (wid Emery), h 111 Locke. 
Cole Mary C (wid Albert M), b 440 Park av. 
Cole Pasquale, huckster, b 336i/2 E Wash- 
ington. 
Cole Ross E, painter, h Union (M J). 
Cole Samuel C, ydmaster, h 1085 W New 

York. 
Cole Seth M, elk P B Ault & Co, b 82 E 

Vermont. 
Cole Thomas, lab, b 14 Willard. 
Cole Thomas A, trav agit, h 507 E Market. 
Cole Wm H, printer, 801/2 E Market. 
Cole Wm S, bartndr, r n e cor Rural and 

Bloyd av (B). 
Cole & Pease (Barton W Cole, Theodore W 

Pease), real est, 18 Baldwin blk. 
Colebrook Edward W, janitor Crown Hill 

Cemetery, h 251 W 23d. 
Colebrook Frederick J, lab, h 371 Cornell 

av. 
Coleman, see also Cullmann and Kuhl- 

man. 
Coleman Abig-ail B (wid Harvey B), b 1021 

N Alabama. 
Coleman Abraham L, lab, h 53 Wallack. 
Coleman Albert, finisher, b 267 N Pine. 
Coleman Albert S, b 629 N Senate av. 
Coleman Alphonsus L, mach hd, b 267 N 

Pine. 
Coleman Alvey, lab, b 53 Wallack. 
Coleman Anson D, elk, b 1164 E Washing- 
ton. 
Coleman Arthus R, b 18 Columbia al. 
Coleman Benjamin F, painter, h 304 Vir- 
ginia av. 
Coleman Benjamin F, switchman, h 203 
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Coleman Cassius M, printer, h 709 N Sen- 
ate av. 

Coleman Celia, h 259 E New York. 

Coleman Charles, lab, h rear 738 N West. 

Coleman Charles, lab, b 16 Columbia al. 

Coleman Charles F, soldier U S Arsenal. 

Coleman Clark, lab, h 420 W 2d. 

Coleman Columbus, lab, h 420 W 2d. 

Coleman Eli, lab 512 N Illinois. 

Coleman Eli, tmstr, h 210 St Mary. 

Coleman Elias, lab, b 230 Roanoke. 

Coleman Prances, tailoress, h 133^^ Martin- 
dale av. 

Coleman Frank G, painter, h 304 Virginia 
av. 

Coleman Georg'e, waiter, r 356 Douglass. 

Coleman Georg-e W, lab, h 297 N Senate av. 

Coleman Georgia, b 90 Stevens. 

Coleman Helen M (wid James P), h 170 
Deloss. 

Coleman Henry, h 883 Morris (W I). 

Coleman Henry, lab, h 420 S Olive. 

Coleman Henry, lab, r 48Si^ E Washington. 

Coleman Henry, meats, 402 S West, h 308 
same. 

Coleman Henry, soldier U S Arsenal. 

Coleman Herbert B, mnfrs' agt, 503 Lemcke 
bldg, h 1021 N Alabama. 

Coleman Isabella (wid Thoma's J), h rear 
21 Cornell av. 

Coleman James, elk, b 11641/4 B Washington. 

Coleman James, lab, h w s Caroline av 2 
n of Hillside av. 

Coleman James, tmstr, h e s Milburn 1 n 
of Indiana av (M P). 

Coleman James M, phys, 187 Shelby, h 277 
Virginia av. 

Coleman James T, b 189 S Illinois. 

Coleman John, bartndr, r 224 E Market. 

Coleman John, lab, h 391 Clinton. 

Coleman John A, monuments, h 366 N Ala- 
bama. 

Coleman John C, lab, r 66 N Missouri. 

Coleman John G, h 378 Blake. 

Coleman John L, lab, b 203 Belmont av (H). 

Coleman John T, lab, h 408 W North. 

Coleman John W, lab, h 1014 N Senate av. 

Coleman Joseph, lab, b rear 21 Cornell av. 



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^ ^ «) Coleman Julia (wid Elias). r 136 N Penn. 
O <3 5!! COLEMAN LE\VIS AUSTIN, Lawyer. 81 
a ^ U Bald^vin Blk. r 294 N Cniiitol av. 

^ •^ Z Coleman Lewis H, porter, h ISl W 2d. 
2^0 Coleman Louisa (wid Charles), b 403 W 
1, .^j North. 

g * Q_ Coleman Martin, boilermkr, b 267 N Pine. 
O 1I2 ui Coleman Mary (wid Martin), h 267 N Pine. 
H. -I Coleman Mary E (wid Wm P), h 90 Stev- 
5/5 Id ens. 

Q I- Coleman Matthew P, boilermkr, h 141 
^ Yandes. 

'^ Coleman Milton H, agt. h 76 Michig-an (H). 
v^npiv^^ Coleman Myrtle, teacher Liberty Street 
Free Kinderg-arten, b 277 "Virginia av. 
Coleman Naldo R, barber, 96 Russell av, h 

same. 
Coleman Nancy (wid John), h rear 135 E 

Pratt. 
Coleman Nicholas, mach, b 267 N Pine. 
Coleman Patrick A, saloon, 59 Beacon, h 

same. 
Coleman Richard M (Haughey & Coleman), 

b lis W Vermont. 
Coleman Rome B, agt J I Case Mach Co, 

42 Kentucky av, r same. 
Coleman Samuel J, lab, b rear 21 Cornell 

av. 
Coleman Thaddeus, h 26 Hill. 
Coleman Thomas, lab, h 9 Mclntyre. 
Coleman Thomas A, painter, b 26 Hill. 
Coleman Walter, polisher, b e s Milburn 1 

n of Indiana av (M P). 
Coleman Wm, lab. b 615 N Senate av. 
Coleman Wm, h 82 Ft Wayne av. 
Coleman Wm H, h 34 W 2d. 
Coleman Wm S, lab, h 150 Maple. 
Coleman Willis, lab, h 176 Agnes. 
Coleman Willis R, lab, h .37 W McCarty. 
Coleman Woodson J. h 629 N Senate av. 
Colerick B Fenwick, journalist, b Hotel 

English. 
Coles George A, blksmlth, h 1147 B Wash- 
ington. 
Coles Josie, b 867 S Meridian. 
Coles Peter R, tmstr, b 22 Woodside av 

(W). 
Colestock Frank E, lab, h 161% Mass av. 



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J. E. TAKKEN, flanager, 

Union Building, over U. S. Pension Office. 
73 West Maryland Street. 



Colestock George, bookbndr, r 71^^ N Illi- 
nois. 

Colestock Wesley S, carp, r 95V^ N Dela- 
ware. 

Coley Grant G, h 10 Howard. 

Coley Richard, carp, h 202 W 1st. 

Coley Wm B, restaurant, 191 W Washing- 
ton, h 2321^ same. 

Colgan Henrietta, prin Public School No 
10, h 298 Park av. 

Colgan Mary E, teacher Girls' Classical 
School, b 298 Park av. 

Colgan Mary L, prin Public School No 6, 
b 298 Park av. 

Colgrove Charles H, tel opr, b 36 Dickson. 

Colgrove Oscar, collr J S Farrell & Co, h 36 
Dickson. 

Colin August, bartender, r 220i/^ S Meridian. 

Colip Erastus H, fireman, h 362 Cedar. 

Coll Dennis C, horseshoer, b 432 S Illinois. 

Coll Dominick, elk, h 116 Oak. 

Coll John J, mach, b 116 Oak. 

Coll Mary A (wid Dominick), h 432 S Il- 
linois. 

Coll Marv H (wid Hugh), b 116 Oak. 

Coll Wm J, lit'hog, h 143 Ft Wayne av. 

Collamore Edward W, trav agt, b 64 
Cherry. 

Collamore Wm A, watchman, h 64 Cherry. 

COLLEGE AVENUE PHARMACY, Siiiitb 
H Mai>es Proijr, 501 Colleg-e av. 

Collester Clara A. bkkpr Thomas H Nel- 
son, b 63 Tremont av (H). 

Collester Franklin, lab, h 60 Tremont av 
(H). 

Collett John, geologist, h 601/2 N Illinois. 

Collett Wm A, foreman, h 449 Ash. 

Collette Harry S, tel opr, r 348 N Illinois. 

Colley Charlesi A, coachman 25 Monument 
Pl. 

Colleys Henry E, cooper, h 29 N Dorman. 

Colleys Nicholas, cooper, b 29 N Dorman. 

Collier Bertha E, h 171 W Ohio. 

Collier Charles R. mach, h 420 S Bast. 

Collier Edward, brakeman, b 648 Marlowe 
av. 

Collier .Tames (Collier & Murphy), h 501 S 
Capitol av. 

Collier James, switchman, b 201 B Wash- 
ington. 

Collier James L, lab, h 24 Crawford. 

Collier Joseph, lawyer, 215 Indiana Trust 
bldg, h 648 Marlowe av. 

Collier Louisa, teacher Public School No 

30, b IS Temple av. 

Collier Mary E (wid Thomas), h 56 S Sum- 
mit. 

Collier Mary L, asst prin Public School No 
6. b 1227 N Illinois. 

Collier Nancy E, teacher Public School No 

31, b 1227 N Illinois. 

COLLIER PETER P, BooU Publislier. 
93 IV Dela-»vare, Res NeTV York City. 

Collier Wm H, painter, r 16 Ryan blk. 
Collier Wm S. real est, h 1227 N Illinois. 

COLLIER & MURPHY (James Collier 
Martin J Miirpliy), UndertaUers ami 
Eml>aJiiiers, .5!) AV Maryland, Tel 439. 

Collinge Robert, boarding 88 W Ohio. 
Collings Franklin C, money elk U S Exp 

Co, h 59 Hoyt av. 
Collings George J, h s s Moore av 1 w of 

Dearborn. 
Collins Absalom, lab, h e s Calvin 1 s of 

Bethel av. 



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COLLINS ALBERT H, Sta.te Mngr Fi- 
delity Alutnal Life Insurance Co of 
Phila^lelpliia, 53 Baldwin Blk, l» 77fi 
N Penn. (See left top lines.) 

Collins Albert N, phys City Dispensary, 32 

E Ohio. 
Collins Anna B, teacher, b e s Denny 2 n 

of Washington. 
Collins Anna M, boarding- 28 S State av. 
Collins Augustus F, watchman Marion 

County Workhouse, h 13 Shriver av. 
Collins Charles S, b 60 Oak. 
Collins Charles S, driver, h 138 Lexington 

av. 
Collins Cornelius, lab, h 145 Geisendorff. 
Collins Daniel, h 2291/2 E "Washington. 
Collins David, trav agt McCormick H M 

Co, h 92 W 7th. 
Collins Edgar W, agt, h 271 W Michigan. 
Collins Edward H, uphlr, b 123 Davidson. 
Collins Elisha J, carp, h 8 Emerson pi. 
Collins Eliza, h 315 W Maryland, 
Collins Elizabeth A, teacher Public School 

No 8, b 31'3 N New Jersev. 
Collins Elizabeth E, h 88 S Senate av. 
Collins Elsie, sec Women's Industrial 

Assn for Practical Progress, b 73 Division 

(W I). 
Collins Emanuel, cigars, 179 Indiana av, h 

2291/2 E Washington. 
Collins Frederick L, elk, b 477 N Alabama. 
Collins George R Rev, pastor St Paul's A 

M E Church, h e s Manlove av 2 s of 

17th. 
Collins Gilbert, lab, h 230 W Chesapeake. 
Collins Harry, engr, h 79 Hoyt av. 
Collins James A, elk, h 103 N Gillard av. 
Collins James L, baggageman, h 3 Empire, 
painter, h 92 Columbia av. 
city sanitary inspr, r 185 



Collins James M, 
Collins Jeremiah 

Meek. 
Collins Jeremiah 
Collins Jesse 
Collins Jesse 
Collins John, 
Collins John, 
Collins John, 



elk, b 373 S Illinois, 
lab, h 571 Shelby, 
lab, h 130 Winchester av. 
carp, h 373 S Illinois, 
lab. b 150 Belmont av (W I), 
lab, b 124 S Pine. 

Collins John F. insp, h 43 Vinton 

Collins John W (Weser & Collins), h 92 
Ramsey av. 

Collins John W, butcher, h 491 N California. 

Collins John W J, pastor Trinitv M E 
Church, h 15 Division (W I). 

Collins Joseph, waiter 400 N Illinois. 

Collins Joseph C, fireman, b 803 E Wash- 
ington. 

Collins Joshua, porter, h rear 166 E Michi- 
gan. 

Collins Laura A (wid John W), h 123 Da- 
vidson. 

Collins Levi, tmstr, b 247 Bates. 

Collins Librain H, mach, h 535 College av. 

Collins Lida E, h 334 E Ohio. 

Collins Luman J. photog, b 3 Empire. 

Collins Mahlon V, cabtmkr, h 351 S Brook- 
side av. 

Collins Major, pres Indiana Car and Foun- 
dry Co, res Brazil, Ind. 

Collins Malachi, condr, b 1139 N Illinois. 

Collins Malachi P. taartndr, h 281 W Pearl. 

Collins Margaret (wid Thomas E), h 235 E 
Michigan. 

Collins Marion, lab, b 40 Athon. 

Collins Martha (wid Henry), h 114 Roanoke. 

Collins Martin, lab, b 51 Blake. 

Collins Martin F, printer, h 138 Lynn av 
(W I). 

Colhns Mary (wid Wm F), nurse Orphans' 
Home. 




Collins Mary F (wid Edward), b 1542 N 
Senate a v. 

Collins Mayberry L, pressman, b 12 N State 
av. 

Collins Michael J, b 469 W Shoemaker (N I). 

Collins Oran P, fireman, h 28 S State av. 

Collins Orrie M (wid Hiram), b 283 Hillside 
av. 

Collins Patrick, b 412 Indiana av. 

Collins Patrick, lab, b 520 W Marylaijd. 

Collins Patrick H, tailor, I491/2 E Washing- 
ton, h 113 N Dorman. 

Collins Robert, butcher, b 520 W Maryland. 

Collins Robert, lab, h 60 Oak. 

Collins Robert, lab, b 4-34 W 2d. 

Collins Robert K, h 12 N State av. 

Collins Sallie E (wid Wm A), h 477 N Ala- 
bama. 

Collins Samuel E, photog, h 73 Division (W 
I). 

Collins Sarah (wid Wm H), h 316 W Court. 

Collins S Herbert, pres U S Lounge Mnf g 
Co and propr Natl Saw Guard Co, h 128 [ 
N Meridian. 

Collins Thomas, porter Blind Inst. 

Collins Thomas E, drugs, 52 Indiana av, r 
7 Halcyon blk. 

Collins Wm, carver, b Illinois House. 

Collins Wm D, mach hd, h 665 W Eugene I 
(N I). 

Collins Wm G, trav agt, r 19 Stewart pi. 

Collins Wm H, painter, h 455 S Missouri. 

Collins Wm R, bartndr, b 12 N State av. 

Collins Willis, waiter 400 N Illinois. 

Collmann George, lab, h 423 S State av. 

Collmann Wm, lab, b 423 S State av. 

Colly Charles, driver, r 23 Monument pi. 

Colman Samuel A, artist, 3021/2 N Senate av, 
h same. 

Colon August P. bartndr, r 222 S Meridian. 

Colon Nicholas, bartndr. r 51/2 Madison av. 

Colson Charles A, lineman, h 331 W Mich- 
igan. 

Colson Charles H, lab, h 548 Chestnut. 

Colson Elnora, dressmkr, 548 Chestnut, h 
same. 

Colter, see also Coulter. 

Colter Andrew, wheelmkr. b 140 Madison av. 

Colter Andrew J, mach, b 361 E McCarty. 



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Churches, Theaters, Public Buildings, Etc., 
A Specialty. 

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Colter George R, cigar mnfr, 139 Virginia 
av, h 172 E South. 

Colter John A, city fireman, h 256 S Dela- 
ware. 

Colter Mamie, cashr. b 361 E McCarty. 

Colter Margaret (wid Archibald), h 256 S 
Delaware. 

Colter Nellie, cashr, b 361 E McCarty. 

Colter Richard S. h 361 E McCarty. 

Colter Richard S, lineman, b 140 Madison 
av." 

Colter Charles E, painter, b 120 Hosbrook. 

Colter Edward, elk, r 169 N Illinois. 

Colton Elizabeth (wid Elijah), b 120 Hos- 
brook. 

Colton Elizabeth, teacher Public School No 
6, b 76 Vine. 

Colton John, lab, b 407 Coburn. 

Coltrain Bay, blksmith, b 162 Madison av. 

Coltrain Jarrett N, confr, 15 Madison av, 
h 162 same. 

COl/UMBIA CLUB, Charles H Rouzer 
Supt, 73 Monnmeiit PI, Tel 5G. 

COLUMBIAN FEATHER CLEANING AND 
DYEING ESTABLISHMENT, Samuel 
HeatU Mngr, 147 Mass av. (See aav 
P 8.) 

COLUMBIAN RELIEF FUND ASSOCIA- 
TION, Will H Latta Pres, Everett 
AVagner Viee-Pres and Treas, C H 
Brackett See, 409-410 LemcUe Bldg. 

COLUMBUS BUGGY CO, Albert H Snider 
State Agt, 13-14 Moniiinent PI. 

Colver Mary L. (wid Hiram W), b 359 N 
Penn. 

Colvin, see also Calvin. 

Colvin Alexander, h 59 Dougherty. 

Colvin George T, car rep, h 134 S Judge 
Harding (W I). 

Colvin Henry, porter, ta 154 W North. 

Colvin Horace G, carp, h 6 Standard av 
(W I). 

Colvin Jeremiah, engr, h 322 Union. 

Colvin Rachel (wid Scott), h 154 W North. 

Colvin Thomas S, lab, b 75 Centennial. 

Colvin Wm H, lab, h 180 Anderson. 

Colwell, see also Caldwell, Cauldwell and 
Coldwell. 



OKO. J. MAYER, 

MANUFACTTJREE OF 

SEALS 

STENCILS, TIUBBKR STAMPS, CHECKS, 
BADGES, DOOll PLATES, ETC. 

„ S. Meridian St.. Ground Floor. Tel. 1386. 



Colwell Albert, elk, r 156 N Illinois. 
Colwell Andrew J, elk, h 23 Byram pi. 
Colwell David H, lab, b 413 Howard (W 

I). 
Colwell Faires, horseshoer, 424 Mass av, h 

27 Orange av. 
Colwell Mary (wid Lucas), h 225 Elm. 
Colwell Wm F, carp, h 413 Howard (W 

I). 
Coman Charles, lab, h rear 740 N West. 
Combs, see also Coombs. 
Combs Ambrose (Combs & Triggs), h 619 S 

Meridian. 
Combs Charles, lab, b 997 W Vermont. 
Combs Edward, brakeman, b 54 Belmont av 

(H). 
Combs Elias A, elk, h 27 Sheffield av (H). 
Combs Francis C, h 253 Huron. 
COMBS GEORGE W, Pliysleian, 30 E 

Ohio. 1> The Denison, Office Tel 968, 

Res Tel 1484. 
Combs John H, carp, h 629 Madison av. 
Combs Julia (wid Jerome F), h 200 W New 

York. 
Combs Newton, coachman, h 16 Leon. 
Combs Olin, mach, h 997 W Vermont. 
Combs Rolley, lab, b 27 Sheffield av (H). 
Combs & Triggs (Ambrose Combs, James 

M Triggs), hardware, 496 Madison av. 
Comer Georgle L, stenog C C C & St L Ry, 

b 192 Bellefontaine. 
Comer Jeannette (wid George), h 192 Belle- 
fontaine. 
Comer John C, h 180 Ash. 
Comer Martha H, bkkpr J A Lemcke, b ISO 

Ash. 
Comer Martin J, butcher, h 29 Yandes. 
Comer Mary E (wid Jonathan), dressmkr,