Haddock's Columbus, GA. directory and general advertiser, containing a historical sketch, general and business city directory, city government, street directory, etc. [1873-1874]

Collection:
Columbus, Georgia City Directories
Title:
Haddock's Columbus, GA. directory and general advertiser, containing a historical sketch, general and business city directory, city government, street directory, etc. [1873-1874]
Creator:
Thos. Gilbert & Co.
Date of Original:
1873
Subject:
Columbus (Ga.)--Directories
Muscogee County (Ga.)--Directories
Location:
United States, Georgia, Muscogee County, Columbus, 32.46098, -84.98771
Medium:
city directories
Type:
Text
Format:
application/pdf
Description:
1873 city directory for Columbus, Georgia containing information that identifies Columbus residents, their occupations and local businesses.
Metadata URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/id:chat_ccd_dir-columbus1873-74
Digital Object URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/do:chat_ccd_dir-columbus1873-74
Language:
eng
Extent:
186 pages
Holding Institution:
Columbus Public Library (Columbus, Ga.)
Rights:

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Sterling Silver and Plated Ware.
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WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY REPAIRED
By competent' and experienced woi .men and ..

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A SPECIALTY.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. : I invite attention to my stock, and will show it with picture to
all, vOrcther purr1 :i- or u't.
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fi7 .Broad, corner Randolph st./ Columbus, Ga.

Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Sterling Silver
and Plated Ware,
.ALL OF THE LATEST MANUFACTURERS,
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S PECTACLES

Gold and Silver

, Eye-Glasses.

THIMBLES,

Ladies' and Gents' Chains, Plain and Fancy Gold - Rings of Beau

tiful Workmanship, and every Variety of Article

found in a First-Class Jewelry Store.

16 nt.,retoi^ has been purchased by us for CASH, and will be

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YORK COST till further notice.

Stencil Plates of every description cut at short notice.

(, L,B 'AGENTS for ^e celebrated Diamond Pebbled Specta tes and Eye-Glasses, and Agents for the Double-Sighted Spectacles.

Watchdock and Jewelry repairing in all its branches. Hair

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Patent Medicines,

Mystic or Female Regulator,

toilet Articles, Garden Seeds, Kerosene Oil, Lamp Goods, Ac.

FISHING TACKLE.

Large lot of celebrated Elder Flower Lotion for rough shin and chapped

hands, always for sale.

Agent for Wakefield & Kent's EARTH CLOSETS.

Ag t for Carrol s KINDLING COMPOUND, a cheap substitute for light wood.

Jobs Goods very closely to Country Merchants and others.

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J. M. BENNETT.

Southern Stove Works,

COLUMBUS,' GA.

J. W. DENNIS & CO.

We manufacture si good assortment of

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Dogs, Country & Stove Hollow-Ware.
-We guarantee our goods in every respect. We also furnish any
extra piece to anyT of our Stoves or ware at short notice.

J. M. BENNETT & CO. 131 BROAD ST., COLUMBUS, GA.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of .
House Furnishing Goods, Stove Grates, Hollow and Wooden Ware, Hardware and Cutlery.
We also manufacture all kinds of
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Work.
We call the attention of merchants particularly, to our assort ment of

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Tea^, Roasted and Ground Coffees, Ice, Fish, &c., &c.
Manufacturers of all grades 'of CIGARS.
Nos, 194 and 196 Broad Street, Columbus, Georgia.

L. PUTNEY,

ODD FELLOWS; HALL,

and STALLS No. 1 and 3, Vegetable Market.

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Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Garden Vegetables,

Fruits, and Market Supplies of every

description.

I have a largo Market Garden, and am prepared to serve my

customers with every thing in my line,

FRESH EVERY DAY.

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Contracts for

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F. J. SPRINGER, Proprietor,

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Flour,

All grades of ;

Sugars,

Coffee,

Teas,

Canned Goods,

Pickles,

Sauces.

Wines,

Liquor^, 'Porter, . Ale,

Cider, &c.

Also a large mid well selected stock of

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Imported and Domestic Cigars.

Crawford st., corner of Oglethorpe, SPRINGER OPERA HOUSE CORNER.

Prompt attention paid to filling orders from tlie Country I '

Trade.

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IOLUMBUS, GA
Teas, Sauces.
Cider, &c
Tobacco, igars.
CORNER. n the Country

DEALER IN.
0|d Colton, Hemp, Gunny Rope, Bagging, Factory Waste, Dry Hides, &c. Highest Price paid.
ALSO DEALEB IN'
and Wrapping Paper,
AND MACHINE MADE PAPER BAGS
A'"offi h"d S",e " Mi" PTMS' chM*. for rags.' Office corner Bridge and Oglethorpe sts. Columbus, Ga. "
H. Middlebrook, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Harness,
Valices.
Trimming
Saddlery and Harness Materials, Leather and Rubber Belting, Belt Rivets, Lace Leather,
ollars, Hames, Whips, Enameled Cloth of all kinds, Enameled Leather, Patent Leather. -'
No. 94 Broad st., Columbus, Ga.

66 Broad, corner Randolph st.

COLUMBUS, GA.

Rankin ITqiise '

Shaving and Hair Cutting Saloon,

Established Fifteen Tears,

FRONTING CRAWFORD ST., COLUMBUS, GA.

Entrance from Rankin House and from the Ruby Restaurant. Merchants will find it to their interest to patronize this Saloon.
A large force of first-class Artists in constant attendance. Cus tomers waited on with dispatch. ,

NOTICE THE REMARKABLY LOW RATES.

Shaving, Hair Cutting, Shampooing, and Hair Dressing, as often as desired,

at Two Dollars per month, or Six Tickets for One DoUar.

Each customer will be furnished with a private shaving cup and brush, and Bay Bum, Bose Water or Cologne, Tricopherous or Hair Oil, loithout ex tra charge.

I will also furnish Hall's Sicillian Hair Benewer, or Tibet* Physiological

Hair Begenerator to customers, without extra charge.

TEBMS, Two DoUars per Month in ADVANCE.



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general advertiser

CONTAINING

HISTORICAL SKETCH, GENERAL AND

CITg DIRECTOR*, tJITT HVERNM,

STREET DIRECT0RY, ETC.

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T. M. HADDOCK, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. D. C.

INTRODUCTORY.
Our citizens have long stood in need of a Directory op Colum bus and surroundings. We have been urged by our leading citi zens to take the matter in hand, how far we have been able to satisfy and supply their wants we leave to our friends and patrons to determine. It is impossible to bring a work of this character to perfection, its very nature precludes the idea, We do not claim to work impossibilities, but have devoted our whole time, energy and means to present to our patrons a work that would meet their ap proval.
Before closing, we desire to return thanks for the many favors and liberal patronage and assistance of our citizens in obtaining information so essential to the compilation of this work.
Trusting our^experience will enable us to improve in our future efforts:
Respectfully, &c. T. M. HADDOCK.

Index to Advertisements.

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ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS. Clark, A. T., (Business College,)

inside front cover St. Joseph's Academy, (sisters of
Mercy,).37

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.

Holstead & Co.,...

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BANKS AND BANKERS.

Eagle & Phenix,..88, 89

Georgia Home,..;.

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TAGE.
HIDES. Mehaffey, John, .. .colored paper front
HOUSE FURNISHING.
Bennett, J. M & Co., col'd paper front Robarts, Wm. H. & Co., ..,..34
INSURANCE. Georgia Home,.....77. LABOR EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
Smith, Wm.D.colored paper back

BARBERS.

MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

Clark. Joe & Son,........ i.......47 Chaffin, W. J.,

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Rogers, Shepherd, colored paper back Terry, W. Ed.,.. ..colored paper front

NEWSPAPERS.

BOOKS, STATIONERY, &c. Chaffin, W. J.,...68

BOOT AND SHOEMAKERS.

Tines, Wm. H., c,...

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The Columbus Enquirer, daily and Weekly,.100, 101
The Daily and Weekly Sun,._49, 50
OPERA HOUSE.

BUTCHERS. Patrick & Bro.colored paper back

CARRIAGE & WAGON MANUF'RS

Welch & Co., .

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CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. Brown, G. W. & Co., col'd paper front

COTTON MILLS, MANUFACT'RS. Clegg, A. & Co.,.. . ...107 Eagle and Phenix Mfg Co.88, 89

COTTON, WAREHOUSE A COM

Springer, F. J.colored paper front
PAINTERS, HOUSE, SIGN, Ac. Smith, Wm. D., .. .colored paper back
PAPER, PAPER STOCK, RAGS,&c. Mehaffey, John,,. .colored paper front
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. Williams, G. T.,..33
PRINTERS, BOOK AND JOB. Calhoun, A. R.,.. 100, 101 Gilbert, Thos & Co.,..........49, 50

MISSION MERCHANTS.

STOVE AND HOLLOW WARE

Allen, Preer & Illges,

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MANUFACTURERS.

Flournoy, McGehee & Co.,.53 Dennis, J. W. & Co., col'd paper front

DENTISTS.

STOVES, TIN WARE, Ac.

Fogle, W. J.,...:.53 Bennett, J. M. & Co., col'd paper front

Hentz, T. W., .... .^.vrrT..38 Robarts, W. H. & Co.,..34

1 igner. W. F.,.46 SADDLERY, HARNESS, &c.

DRUGGISTS.

Middlebrook, H ,. .colored paper front

Griffin, J. I.,.38

SEEDS. . :

Moffett, Dr. C. J.,.. .inside front cover Holstead & Co.,.67

DRY GOODS.

TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER

Blanchard, T. E.,. ...inside back cover

WORKERS.

Chapman & Verstille, ..78 Bennett, J. M. & Co., col'd paper front

Crigler, H. T,... .colored paper back Fee, Wm.,.j...:..43

Jones, J. S., ....colored paper front Robarts, W. H. & Co ,......34

FISH.

VEGETABLES, MARKET SUP

Brown, G. W. A Co., col'd paper front

PLIES, Ac.

GROCERS

Putney, L.,..... .colored paper front

Brown, G. W. & Co., col'd paper front WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c.

Hamilton, J. H., . .outside back cover Gutowsky, L.,.1.43

Kaufman, J. & J., colored paper back Spear, T. S..'. .outside front cove Springer, F. J., .. .colored paper front Wittich & Kinsel, . .1st p. col. fly leaf

tisements.
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HIDES. affey, John, .. .colored paper front
HOUSE FURNISHING. ett, J. M & Co., col'd paper front trts, ffm. H. F- J.colored paper front lINTERS, HOUSE, SIGN, &c. i, Wm. D., .. .colored paper back SR, PAPER STOCK, RAGS, &c. ffey, John,,. .colored paper front HOLOGRAPH GALLERY ams, G. T., ..33
SINTERS, BOOK AND JOB. un, A. R., ..100, 101 rt, Thos & Co.,..........49, 50 VE AND HOLLOW W\RE
MANUFACTURERS, s, J. W. & Co., col'd paper front STOVES, TIN WARE, &c. tt. J. M. & Co., col'd paper front ts, W. H. & Co.,.34 , rDDLERY, HARNF.SS, &c. ebrook, H ,. .colored paper front
SEEDS. !ad & Co.,. ^7
SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORKERS.
tt, J. M. & Co., col'd paper front Vm-.1..43 ts, W. H. & Co ..34
JETABLES, MARKET 8UPPLIES, &c.
!' A.colored paper front ATCHES, JEWELRY, &c. sky. L-, ..'.43 T. S..... --outside front cove h & Kinsel, . .1st p. col. fly Ieaf

General Index.

Title page...L.......! ..

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Introductory, A'......'...

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Historical Sketch of Columbus,.....

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Miscellaneous, Chuches, Societies, &c., ...... 6

General Directory, ...;.;.^

Business Directory,......

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Fire Alarms, ......

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Street Directory, .

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Abbreviations.

ab--above.

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hel--below.

cor--corner.

c--colored.

Co--Company.

M. & G. R.R.--Mobile and Girard Railroad.

Manuf--Manufacturer.

N--North.

N. E.--Northeast.

N. W.--Northwest.

N. d? Sr-R.R--North and South Railroad.

m--near.

opp--opposite.

1--resides. S.--South.

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S. E.--Southeast.

S. W.--Southwest. .

S. W. R.R.--Southwestern Railroad.

So. and A. Tel. Co.--Southern and Atlantic Telegraph Co.

W. U. Tel. Co.--Western Union Telegraph Co.

W. R.R.--Western Railroad.

The word street is not used, it being implied.

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COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. *

The City of Columbus is the county'seat of Muscogee county was laid out m 1828, and is situated at the foot of the falls on the
east bank of the Chattahoochee river, at the head of navigation and four hundred miles from the Gulf of Mexico. The river is navigable all summer for light draft steamers, and in winter for the largest boats.

Immediately in front of the town large rugged rocks rise over

the whole bed of the river, and convert it into a succession of

rapids. It is laid off in oblong squares of four acres, each divided

into eight square lots of half an acre. Parallel with the river its

length is one mile and a quarter; in breadth about three-quarters

of a mile. This is the city limits proper, and does not include

JN orthern Liberties, Linwood and other surroundings, so closely

built around the city, that to a stranger it naturally appears part

and parcel of the city.

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There are-a number of handsome and substantial bridges across
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MANUFACTURES AND WATER POWER CAPABLE OF RUNNING MILLION

OF SPINDLES.

. Columbus is destined to become one of the largest manufacturing cities in the South. The citizens are alive to a sense of their ad vantages, and have already invested and are still investing largely in manufactures. The effective fall of the Chattahoochee at Colum bus is 14 feet; the length of dam 500 feet, and its depth at low water mark 16 inches.

Columbus has, without doubt, the easiest controlled waterpower on this continent. From the northern limits of the Columbus

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^Factory property to the present dam, a distance of less than three

miles, the natural fall of the river is eighty-three feet. The factory

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dam in the city is of the capacity of four thousand horse power, or some two hundred thousand spindles. Rock channels have been completed and the proprietors are offering splendid water lots for sale. A distinguished engineer remarked there is hardly two miles between here and West Point, (thirty-eight miles,) where a cotton factory could not be easily built and operated. The city annually does a business of four million dollars, and warehouses *10,000 bales of cotton, of which our manufacturers take *7,000. Columbus is known as the chief manufacturing place in Georgia, and in point of cotton mills is the most important in the South. She is called the Lowell of the South; but if the pace of the last few years is kept up, Lowell may yet feel content to be called the Columbus of the North. We are in the middle of an extensive and never-failing cotton and grain producing region. Railroads branch in all direc tions, and we are contiguous to the richest coal, iron and miscella neous mineral region in the world. Our climate is pleasant, and the locality healthy. The summers are warm, but out-door work is never stopped on account of a ^ot sun, and sun strokes' are things unknown.

OVER THE NORTH

the South has every manufacturing advantage. The raw material is at our doors. We save transportation. Labor is as cheap as there. The temperature is more favorable to the working of the staple. Our winters are milder and our rivers never freeze. Days are longer and thus gas light is needless, and the weather being far more propitious, fires need not be so severe nor heat so great. A prudent manufacturer in the South would make money while he would starve North.
Since 1865, when four mills and sixty thousand bales of cotton were burned by the Federals, Columbus has averaged the erection
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A COTTON FACTORY EVERY YEAR

and it has been done almost exclusively with Southern money. Npw we have six of these establishments, running 32,000 spin
dles and 900 looms. More will be erected before 1875. Such has been the progress of a Georgia town with an immediate popu lation of 15,000 souls.

THE CAPITAL

of our present industrial establishments is about two and a half millions. Some two thousand people are supported by them either directly or indirectly.
A mile and a half above the city in a straight line is the Colum bus Factory. The scenery is of the most attractive and pictur esque description. The river is broad, and its surface dotted with multitudes of green islands. Tall bluffs, brightly wooded and flowered, inclose the stream and far away hill rises above hill.
Here in three-quarters of a mile the stream has a natural depres- , sion of 42-j^jj feet, and a little over a mile of 52Tg- feet. The"

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fall can be made available for a mile of contiguous factories having

anmLVer-a^e I at eaSt Slxteen feef head and ample water. a .T^e nve1'flows for a mi]e aild a half over a shallow rocky bed of live hundred to seven hundred yards wide

Nature has here prepared a natural tailway or channel close to the Georgia bank. It is lined with rock walls, and the bottom of it, while descending with the stream, is everywhere twenty to thir-

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lwr the bottom of the river opposite, which will average

a breadth of thirty times as great as this deep gorge. This suc

cession of islands, with foundations of rock, can be made portions

of a giieat w mg'dam extending the entire distance, rendering the main mer the head and the gorge the tail way, of as many enter prises as may be desired for a mile down the river. It is safe to

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ning 20,000 spindles can be obtained, and that without raising a

dam of over four feet high on the shoals between islands

Over thirty years ago the Columbus Factory, which owns"con-

Fldf*?neoon b,S! Va Ua?,e ProPertJ- bui5t a wooden dam, which cost *10,000, and controls a power to run 100,000 spindles, which nas not cost a cent of repairs since erection
On the Alabama side, a little lower down, the power is almost as good. The Federate burned a large paper mill which was located there.. The raer.when Controlled will run a million and a half of spindles.

BUILDING MATERIALS
of the most durable kind have been furnished by nature all along the river. All to be done is to remove the rock by derricks from the quarry to the walls of buildings. If brick be preferred, the best of earth for making them is close at hand
The present Eagle and Phenix Manufacturing Company since 1866, have erected and stocked with the finest machinery two of the largest mills in the South. Eagle and Phenix ~No '] built upon the site of the Eagle mill destroyed by Federal troops kt the close of the war Eagle and Phenix No. 2, on the same model as iso. 1, budtjiD the site of the old Howard mill. These two mills run Fy one company, constitute the largest and most imposing es tablishment m the Southern States, manufacturing from 15 to 100 styles of cotton and woolen goods --running 640 looms 21 000 spini,eTMd Se'en Sets of woo,en nnichinerv, they turn o'ut about 115,000 yards per week and give employment to about !00 hands they, in addition, also run a mill for the manufacture of cotton yarns capacity 2,000 spindles, turning out S50 pounds per day from A os. 8 to 14's. Their property is valued at upwards of one million dollars.
The Muscogee Mills, occupying the site of the old Coweta Mills was rebuilt in 1866-61. It runs 80 looms; J>,500 spindles in the manufacture of sheetings, shirtings, rope, &c.; turns out about .25,000 yards per week and 500 to 600 pounds of rope The com pany employs 90 hands.



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A. Clegg & Co. established in 1872 a cotton mill run by steam power; capacity, 30 looms; manufacture a variety of goods of su perior quality, such as cotton stripes, checks, ginghams, &c. They emplov from 30 bo 40 hands. The company consists of An thony Clegg, Chas. E. Dexter, John Mcllhenny and Robert S.

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The Columbus Manufacturing Company, is situated on the

river above the city near Columbus Factory Station on the ^vorth

and South R.R. This mill was originally built m 1838 by J. R.

Clapp, Stewart and Fontaine, and a few others, it was burned by .

Federal troops in 1865 and rebuilt in 18GG-'G7; runs 4,000 spindles

and 113 looms, for the manufacture of sheeting and shirtings of

fine quality, capacity 34,800 yards per week; also manufacture

jmrns, knitting, sewing thread, &c.; employ 125 hands, consume

1,300 bales of cotton annually. The Company owns 200 acres on

the banks of the Chattahoochee river, the best factory sites in the

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NEW MILLS-LARGE INVESTMENTS.

The Eagle and Phenix Manufacturing Company has already
ordered the flooring for mill No. 3. ^A year will be required to get it seasoned and worked up. Those concerned think there is no doubt that a building as large as either of the present ones will be erected next year. This is indeed a good prospect. This order

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The cotton mill which Mr. J. Rhodes Browne is principally

managing will be also erected next year on the site of the Palace

Mills,and there seems to be a certainty that the Columbus Manu

factory will have another new mill in operation by 1875.,

These enterprises will Invest in Colunibus and vicinity about

half a million of dollars, and increase the manufacturing capacity

to forty thousand spindles. A bright future is in store for the

"queen city of the Chattahoochee."

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If progress is made in the future as has been evinced in the last

six years_the establishment of 5,000 spindles per year--the earth

will not revolve around the sun many times before the whirl of one

hundred thousand spindles will mingle with the roar of our river.

Less than fifteen years are required. Onr factories now take yearly

seven thousand bales of cotton.

OCR INDUSTRIAL INTERESTS.

Besides cotton, we have grist, flouring and extensive wood works plow manufactories, iron and brass foundries and machine , works'_all founded upon the wrecks created by the Federal forces. It is said the South has no energy. The. manufacturers of Colum bus have built these industries with their own money arid the in

vestments of our own people. ,

`no taxes.

By our State and municipal'laws all taxes have been removed from manufactories for ten years.

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There are a tmruC is a large two --tort tiful square. It "-* sidereal one of the , recently it was surt taken down in 1-570, was likely to do the office purpose*, a , Chamber, police qu * repair and still i* an
The Jail, a larg*-
East Common. It j aV*ut the time of if of iron and ary n
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Harry J. DeLauney, Sergeant Major.

J. W Hinton Chaplain.



R. W. Denton, Quartermaster.

J. A Frazier, Commissary.

OFFICERS COMPANY A.

Robt. Thompson, Captain, afterw'ards promoted Colonel. Charles Phelps, 1st Lieutenant.

Wm. Howard, 2d Lieutenant, afterwards Captain. Jno. Klink, 3d Lieutenant, afterwards 1st Lieutenant.

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Laurence Wall, O. S., afterwards 3d Lieutenant.

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B. A Thornton, Captain.

Howard Johnson, 1st Lieutenant, promoted Major. Hamp Park, 2d Lieutenant.

Jno. Manley, 3d Lieutenant.

Thomas King, O. S. alterwards Lieutenant.

, OFFICERS COMPANY I. Jno. W. Hurt, Captain.
J S. Pemberton, 1st Lieutenant, af'erwards Captain. ; B. B. Fontaine, 2d Lieutenant, afterwards Captain. V, ! I Woolfolk VValker, 3d Lieutenant. James Dennis, O. S. afterwards Lieutenant. 1 < , .

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Columbus Guards, Co, G, 2d Ga, Regt.

The Columbus Guards were first organized and chartered by the legisla ture of Georgia, in 1834. Soon after its organization, the services of this

Company were engaged in the Indian War. It served during the entire war,

and in different engagements with the Indians in this portion of the State, and in Florida, with great valor.

When the call of the General Government was made on the States to furnish

volunteers for the Mexican War of 1848, this Company was among the first to

respond, and became a part of the 1st Ga. Regt. of Volunteers, serving with

distinction onp year. They teturned home, having lost heavily from fever

that attacked the soldiers in Mexico. In 1S60, the Chicago Zouaves challen

ged any Company m the United States to drill against them. The challenge

was accepted by this Company, and active preparations were being made to

meet, when the war between the North and South began. This Company for

a number of years maintained their well-earned reputation as the best drilled

Company m Georgia.

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, At the first tocsin of war, they offered their services to the Confederacy-

and on. the 16th of April, 1861, were ordered to Tybee Island There

they because Company G, of the 2d Ga. `Regt. Shortly afterwards they were

ordered to Brunswick, Ga., and thence in July, 1861, to the battlefields of

Virginia. This Company furnished from among its privates more officers

than any other Company, some of them rising to the position of Colonels.

In Virginia they wer attached to Toombs' Georgia Brigade. They partici-

pated in the following engagements, besides numerous skirmishes-.

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April 16, 1862, siege of Yorktown; June 27, 1862, Gurnet's Farm; July 1, 1862, Malvern Hill; Aug, 21), 1862, Thoroughfare Gap; Aug. 30, 1862, Second Manassas; Sept. 17, 1862, Sharpsburg; Dec. 13, 1862, Fredericksburg; May

3, 1863, Siege of Suffolk; July 2 and 3, 1S63; Gettysburg; July 25, 1863, Thornton River; Sept, 19, 20, 1863, Chickamauga; Oct. 28, 1863, Lookout Valley; Nov. 16, 1863, Campbell's Station; Nov. 18 to 30, 1863, siege of Knox

ville; Dec. 14, 1S63, Bean Station; Jan. 17, 1864, Dandridge; May 6, 1864, Wilderness; May 8th to 14th, 1864, Spottsylvania; May 23d to 26, 1864, Han over Junction; May 28th to 30th, 1864. Totopotomy; June 1st to 6th, 1864, Second Cold Harbor; June 17, 1864, Bermuda Hundreds; June 18th to 30th,

1864, siege of Petersburg; Aug. 14, 1864, Deep Botton); Aug. 16, 1864, Fus-

seU's Mills; Sept. 29, 1864, Fort Gilmer; Sept. 30, 1864, Fort Harrison; Oct.

7, 1864, Darbytown; Oct 13, 1864, Darbytown Road; April 2, 1865, Peters burg; April 9, 1865, Appomattox.

V hen the war closed, they were few in numbers, most of them having been killed, or difed in the service of their country.

In June, 1673, the Company re-organized and received arms from the

State, and are now well drilled and in good discipline. The officers elected

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are: W. S. Shepherd, Captain. ( N. Hawks, 2d Lieutenant. Thoi Grimes, 4th Lieutenant.

01 Capt. Paul J. Semms, elected Brigadier General December, '61. . , July, 1863.
Roswell Ellis, 1st Lieutenant, pi. , General of Brigade Dec., 1863.
W. O. Hodges, 2d Lieutenant, Lieutenant Colonel, 17th Georgia a-
W. G. Clemons, 3d Lieutenant, Gumming's Brigade March, 1863.
J. M. Everett, 4th Lieutenant, died in Columbus, summer, 1863.
J. S. Allen, jr., 1st Sergeant, pro 2d Georgia.
J. M. Denson,~2d Sergeant, proi: Van Marcus, 3d Sergeant, transft lnmbus. - * >.
R. Potter, 4th Sergeant, promote, J. D. Carter, jr., 1st Corporal. Wm. Redd, 2d Corporal, transfe ` tant. J. R. Sanders, 3d Corporal, pron j T. Chaffin, jr., 4th Corporal, pro;

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J. C. Apple; S. R. Andrews, jr., ;

G. H. Abercrombie; Wiley AberciY

meat to Gen. Canty's Brigade; O. 8

moted Lieutenant Colonel; T. M. 1

ant, killed at the Crater, Petersbu-'

moud; J. J. Bradford, transferred

Bradford,transferred aud promoted

killed aj Atlanta, July, 1864; E. Ba 1

Briggs, promoted Sergeant Major a

A. Bailey, killed at Gettysburg, Ju

J. R. Bedell; H. B. Beecher, Serge;

promoted Captain and transferred t

moted Lieutenant; D. B. Booher, p

Petersburg, 1864; Jos. D. Bethune,

Bcthune; Wm. A. Brown, trausferr.

ferred to Nelson Rangers: R. A. B;

graph Department; C. Coleman, tra

Coleman; T. M. Carter, transferred

ferred to Nelson Rangers; J. C. Ca

M.; J. A. Cody, transferred and prJ

J. J. Clapp: O. Cromwell; W. G. Oil

artill.-ry; J. H. Crowell, transferred

transferred and promoted T.i itee o

A. Daniel, transferred to N L ,n B

Richmond, Va., 1861; J. G DeVoti

jmd transferred to Com. Department

in Columbus, 1864; James DuBase:

wounds received at Chickamauga; J

tenant and killed in battle Wild eni

transferred and promoted Lieut.;

W. R. Houghton, promoted O. Sgt.;

Lieutenant; R. M. Howard; J. T. U

Hudson, transferred and promoted

are: W. S. Shepherd, Captain. Chas. H. 'Williams, 1st Lieutenant. Wm.

N. Hawks, 2d Lieutenant. Thos. W. Grimes, 3d Lieutenant. Cliff B.

Grimes, 4th Lieutenant.



OFFICERS.

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Capt. Paul J. Semins, elected Colonel 2d Georgia; May, '61, promoted

Brigadier General December, *61. died from wounds received at Gettysburg,

July, 1863. Roswell Ellis, 1st Lieutenant, promoted Captain May, 1861, and Adjutant

General of Brigade Dec., 1863.

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W. C. Hodges, 2d Lieutenant, promoted 1st Lieutenant May, 1861, and

Lieutenant Colonel, 17th Georgia and subsequently Colonel.

W. G. Clemons, 3d Lieutenant, promoted Adjutant April, 1862, and Maj.

Cumming's Brigade March, 1863.

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J. M. Everett, 4th Lieutenant, promoted 3d Lieutenant May, 1861, and

died in Columbus, summer, 1863. J. S. Allen, jr., 1st Sergeant, promoted to Lieutenant, 1862, and Adjutant

2d Georgia. J. M. Denson, 2d Sergeant, promoted 1st Lieutenant. Yan Marcus, 3d Sergeant, transferred to Quarter Master, Department Co-

R. Potter,,4th Sergeant, promoted" Lientenant and killed at Malvern Hill.

J. D. Carter, jr., 1st Corporal.

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Y7m. Redd, 2d Corporal, transferred and promoted Lieutenant and Adju

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PRIVATES. J. C. Apple; S. R. Andrews, jr., transferred to artillery; W. L. Anderson;

G. H. Abercrombie; Wiley Abercrombie, promoted Sergeant Major of Regi ment to Gen. Canty's Brigade; O. S. Acee; A. E. Acee; W. A. Barden, pro

moted Lieutenant Colonel; T. M. Barnard; J. F. Birch, promoted Lieuten ant killed at the Crater, Petersburg, 1864; John Ballard, died near Rich

mond- J. J. Bradford, transferred and promoted Major 37th Georgia; P. S. Bradford,transferred and promoted Lieutenant Co. B,37th Georgia; W. Banks

killed at Atlanta, July, 1864; E. Banks, killed at Resaca, July, 1864; E. B. Brio-os promoted Sergeant Major and Captain and aid to Gen. Semmes; C. A. Bailey, killed at Gettysburg, July, 1863; Wm. K. Bedell; J. G. Blalock; J. R. Bedell; H. B. Beecher, Sergeant Major, 2d Georgia; T. E. Blanchard,

promoted Captain and transferred to Co. B, 37th Georgia; T. M. Beasley, pro moted Lieutenant; D. B. Booher, promoted Lieutenant and killed at Crater,

Petersburg, 1864; Jos. D. Bethune, transferred to Nelson Rangers; Jno. G. Bethune- Wm. A. Brown, transferred to Nelson Rangers; W. B. Britt; trans ferred to Nelson Rafigers: R. A. Bacon; A. A. Coleman, transferred to Tele graph Department; C. Coleman, transferred and appointed drill officer; T. G.

Coleman; T. M. Carter, transferred to Nelson Rangers; A. A. Calhoun, trans ferred to'Nelson Rangers; J. C. Calhoun, promoted to Captain and Ass t Q.

M.; J. A. Cody, transferred and promoted Captain on Gen. Cummings staff; J. j. Clapp: O. Cromwell; W. G. Croft, transferred and promoted Lieutenant

artillery; J. H. Crowell, transferred and promoted Captain; W. S. Davis, transferred and promoted Lieutenant, killed at Spotsylvania; A. B. Davis; R.

A Daniel transferred to Nelson Rangers: S. M. Dixon; B. H. Dixon, died m Richmond, Va., 1861; J. G. DeVotie; G. W. Dillingham, promoted Captain and transferred to Com. Department, 1863; D. T. Dawson; M. D. Doney. died-

in Columbus, 1864; James DuBose; J. A. Dunn; Robt. Enderman, died from wounds received at Chickamauga; J. A. Fogle; T. T. Fogle, promoted Lieu tenant and killed in battle Wilderness; W. F. Fergusson; J. L Girdner,

transferred and promoted Lieut.; H. H. Hall; W. F. Hall; J. C. Hogan; W R Houghton, promoted O. Sgt.; R. N. Howard, transferred and promoted Lieutenant; R. M. Howard; J. T. Howard; A. Harris; J. W. Hodges; B H. Hudson, transferred and promoted Lieutenant; D. C. Henry, died m 1863,

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B. H. Holt, promoted Lieutenant Colonel; J. H. Hicks; W. N. Hawks, jr., transferred; W. N. Hutchins, transferred, promoted Captain and killed at Chickamauga; Harris Johnson, killed at Wilderness; Arthur Ingmire, acting Q. M. of Co.; J. T. Johnson, transferred, promoted and killed at Wilderness; L. Q. Johnson; W. E. Jones, jr., promoted Sergeant, May, 1861; Boykin Jones; W. Jones; L. Jones, transferred to navy and promoted Midshipman; J. E. King; W. I). Kyle, transferred and promoted Captain; B. C. Luckie; E. M. Luckie; J. L. Lindsay; J. B. Lindsay; James R. Lively; W. M. Moses; Allen Matthews; M. J. Moses, transferred and appointed surgeon; T. H. Muse, killed at Gettysburg; W. A. McDougald, transferred and promoted to Lieutenant; W. A. Martiniere, transferred to Nelson Rangers; J. R. Munn, died 1861; G. W. Mays, promoted Lieutenant and killed at Gettysburg; Etter Martin; C. McBride; T. J. Nuckolls, transferred and promoted Lieut.; J. S. Owens, promoted Lieutenant in Nelson Rangers; W. T. Patterson, pro moted Lieutenant and killed at Chickamauga; R. C. Pope; J. C. Perry, died 1861; W. H. Perrine; G. H. Peabody; T. G. Paine; J. T. Park, transferred and promoted Lieutenant; S. R. Pitts, transferred and promoted Lieutenant; George Phelps; T. F. Ridenhour; N. L. Redd, promoted Lieutenant; Wm. Redd, promoted Lieutenant: J. K. Redd, Jr., promoted aid to Gen. Sempies, raised a Company and was Captain, killed near Petersburg, 1864; N. B. Rob erts; G. G. Ragland, transferred and made Captain Nelson Rangers; A. E. Ragland, transferred and promoted Captain; O. S. Ragland, transferred and promoted Lieutenant; G. G. Rucker; Z. C. Rucker; R. M. Rutherford, trans ferred and promoted; A. H. Rutherford, transferred and promoted; C. R. Russell, transferred to Co. K., promoted Captain 1861; E. S. Shorter, trans ferred and promoted; L. G. Schuessler; 'C. V. Smith, transferred and pro moted in Wheeler's Cavalry; J. H. Sanders; J. H. Slade; killed at Sharpsburg; W. S. Shepherd, transferred, promoted Captain and Lieut-Colonel; E. G. Stewart, promoted Lieutenant and Adjutant; I. C. Spivey, killed at Sharpsburg; D. C. Seymour, transferred and promoted Captain; W. Walker, transferred; J. A. Weems; David Ware, transferred and promoted Lieuten ant; M. W. Wooten; C. H. Williams, transferred to 1st Ga.; M. A. Williams; John Wise; A. C. Wingfield, transferred; J. H. Ware, transferred and pro moted Lieutenant, killed at Mechanisville; Wm. A. Young, transferred.

The following is a List of the members of Columbus Guards present at thefinal surrender of the army by Gen. R. E. Lee, at Appomattox, G. II.: -
Thos. Chaffin, Jr. Captain. Eugene Stewart, Lieutenant. W. R. Houghton; J. C. DuBose; W. L. Anderson; T. G. Coleman; Martin Etter; j. G. Blaylock; W. F. Hall; G. G. Rucker; G. W. Dillingham; John O. Payne; W. M. Moses.

Columbus, Ga,, "City LighT Guards," Co. A, 2d Ga. Battalion.

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Chartered and organized in 1847.

Enlisted in the Southern Cause, April l'Jth, 1861, and were sent to Norfolk,

Virginia, while the Navy Yard was still burning. At Norfolk they became a

part of 2d Georgia Battalion of Infantry, and on 20th of May. 1861. were en

gaged from battery at Sewell's Point with the enemy's vessels Star of the West

and Steam Tug, carrying cannon. In this, the first engagement in Virginia,

ihev succeeded in disabling and driving off the vessels. Remaining at Norfolk

eleven months, they were ordered to Goldsboro and afterwards to Wilmington.

N. C Here they were re organized May, 1862, by the election of Lieutenant

C. J. Moffett, Captain, and were' ordered to Petersburg, Va., from that time

becoming part of the Great Army of Northern Virginia, taking part in the bat

tles around Richmond. Fredericksburg. Chancellorsville, Wilderness, Gettys-

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burg, Peternbu and finally ,wri T the first and tui = 1 between the t,;
reputation in tl ,
returned with i * active, Hefu| nf ' in their former
The City Li,

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burg, Petersburg, Farmville, &c., Jtc., suffering severely in every campaign, and finally surrendered with Gen. R. E. Lee, at the fatal Appomattox C. H., the first and only time the Company was surrendered during the entire war between the States. The members of this Company having gaineff an enviable reputation in the senice of their country, when the smoke of battle was over returned with equal energy to the quiet pursuits of life, and are all to-day active, useful members oj" society, endeavoring to place themselves and section in their lormer condition of prosperity.
The City Light Gards have re-organized since the war with the following

OFFICERS:

C. .f. ^loffett, Captain.

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W. H. Williams, 1st Lieutenant.

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G. J. Peacock, 2d Lieutenant.

F. M. Brooks, `zd Lieutenant.

OFFICERS ENLISTED APRIL 19, 1861:

P. H. Colquitt, Captain, afterwards Colonel of 46th Ga. Reg. 1st Infantry, and killed at Chickamauga.

Charles J. Moffett, 1st Lieutenant, elected Captain at the reorganization in 1862, promoted To Major 2d Ga. Battalion Infantry after battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

' J. A. Shingleur, 2d Lieutenant, in 1SG2 went upon staff of Gen. S. G. French, afterwards promoted to Major on staff.

F. S. Chapman, 2d Lieutenant, resigned 1861, raised a Company and joined Georgia Regiment.

H. M. Sapp, elected 1st Lieutenant at reorganization May, 1802, and sub

sequently Captain. *

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It. B. Lockhart, ensign.

Rev. Thos. H. Jordan, chaplain. V. H. Taliaferro, surgeon.

W. H. Williams, 1st Sergeant, promoted Brevt. 2d Lieutenant, May 1801.

A. M. Lnria, 2d Sergeant; promoted Lieutenant, and killed at battle Seven

Pines, June 1802. ' `

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E. Y. White, 3d Sergeant, promoted to engineer on steamer Merimac.

W. D. Mathews, Corporal.

J. J. McKendree, Jr., Corporal.

John Cook, Quartermaster, discharged from disability.

Geo. B. Young, Commissary, promoted Lieutenant of Artillery, Dec. 1861.

PRIVATES.

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S. W. Alexaiulerptramsferred; R. Bugg; H. Brown, killed at Chancellorsville, May 1803; J. G. Brown transferred; E. L. Bailey, killed near Gettys burg, July 1803: Scott Bussey, died in Richmond, Dec. 1802; G. M. Bryan, transferred; R. A. Chambers, promoted Adjutant 2d Ga. Battalion, after wards Capt., Gen'l Canty's staff; Henry W. Chapman; James Cargill, wounded at Petersburg, June 1864. O. C. Cleveland; James J. Carnes; H. H. Col quitt,, promoted to Lieutenant Gen'l, Colquitt's staff; C. C. Dunn, killed at Petersburg, June 1864; T. L. Devore, discharged from disability, Dec. 1801; G. W. Doles; Mark Daily, detailed to Q. M. department; T. Deaton, killed at Gettysburg, July 1803; T. T. Edmunds; Z. M. Estes, transferred to Q. M. department, Richmond; J. S. Esler, transferred to Q. M. department, Rich mond; W. S. Freeman, transferred to cavalry and promoted Sergeant; Jas. Fricker; Thomas J. Garrison; E. Goldman; J. D. Godwin; S. Lowther, wounded at Petersburg, June 1863; J. H. Loeb; C. C. McGehee, transferred .to Q. M. department, Columbus; M. Metz'ga, discharged by substitution; E. McDonald, discharged from disability; W. W. Martin; Z. N. Mayo, died since war; W. McKendree; J. B. O'Neill, killed at Fredericksburg, Dec. '02;

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Wm. Nesbitt, transferred to Ala. Regiment; J. B. Oliver, transferred to Q. M. department, Columbus; J. T. Odom, missing: Albert Porter, discharged; R. Z. Rucker; W. S. Robinson, promoted to Adjutant 2d Ga. Battalion; J. J. Reese; J. P. Ryan, discharged from wounds at Gettysburg; M. Riley; W. C. Seats, discharged; P. P. Schley, Jr.; Ed. B. Schley, detailed to surgeon department; G. P. Shepperson, missing; L. C. Strong, discharged from dis ability; Isaac Sterne; R. Sheridan; C. A. Shivers, transferred to Signal corps; G. E. Thomas, promoted to Ordnance Sergt., dept. Petersburg; H. M. L. Torbett, promoted Sergeant; C. F. Taliaferro, discharged from disability; V. H. Taliaferro, promoted to surgeon 2d Ga. Bat. May 1861, and Col. of Cavalry, 1862; M. Thweatt, discharged; S. T. Thweatt, died in Richmond, Dec. 1864, W. J. Underwood, transferred: D. D. Updegraff; W. C. Vincent, transferred; E. P. Wagner, killed at Culpepper C. H., Aug. 1863; T. Waldren, transferred to Signal corps; W. R. Wilkerson; A. M. Kimbrough, promoted 2d Lieutenant, died Jan'y, 1865; G. J. Peacock, promoted to 2d Lieutenant, March 1863; W. J. Mims; A. Young, promoted Captain of Artillery, 18G1; J. Adams, discharged from disability, since dead; -- Sullivan, transferred to artillery, killed; Henry Henes, transferred to scout duty: AV. J. Alston; J. C. Brown; J. C. Calhoun; James Davis; H. Fields; B. E. Ledbetter; George Stovall; D. Saxon; L. A. Roberts; R. Johnson; James Williams; -- Huff; C. C. Shepperson, promoted Sergeant; B. S. Shepperson; W. H. Mims; Ill os.

D. Threwitts, died since the war.-i;f

Roll present at surrender of Gen. R. E. Lee, Oth April, 18G;>:

Maj. C. J. Moffett, commanding 2d Ga. Battalion.

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G. J. Peacock, Lieutenant commanding.

H. M. L. Torbet. 3d Sergeant.

J. P. Parker, 3d Corporal.

Chas. E. Booher; Thos. F. Brown; Jas. I. Carnes; H. W. Chapman, John

M. Coleman; George W. Doles; P. J. Golden; Thomas M. Golden; Geo. W.

Henderson; J. E. Jenkins; B. E. Johnston; Grigsby T. Long; Uriah P..

Mitchell; Wesley A. Oliver; Ben. S. Shepperson; George W. Stovall; Charl

ton Thompson; W. R. Wilkerson.

Columbus Volunteers, Co. C., 17th Ga. Reet^
The Columbus Volunteers arrived with the regiment, (17th Ga.,) at Manas sas after the 1st battle of that memorable field, and went into camp near by. Soon after they went into Prince William Co. and there built winter-quarters. Early the Spring following they moved with the army of Northern Virginia before McClellan's advance, and pitched tents for some time at Orange C. H. Thence they were ordered to the Peninsula, passing through Richmond and taking steamer for King's Landing on the James. Here they confronted the enemy at Warwick river, and began one of the most severe campaigns in the History of the war, occupying during the day water-filled muddy trenches, and being relieved every other night, to rest a short distance awaj in the wet swamp. The retreat to Richmond shortly followed, and after a short respite before that city, occupying a portion of the time on Garnett s farm, occasion ally skirmishing with the enemy, and took part in the memorable and glori ous seven days battles. From this period the Company followed the fortunes of Gen. Longstreet's corps, taking part in battles, campaign and march, till at last the sad surrender of the gallant remnant was made by Gen Lee.
This Company was made up of young men from Columbus, Marion, Chat tahoochee and Upson; many of them are sleeping their last sleep on the
fields of hoflor in Virginia and Pennsylvania.

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F. S. Chapman, Captain.

J. J. Grant, 1st Lieutenant. =

J. R. Mott, 2d Lieutenant, pr

ning's staff.

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L. E. O'Keefe, brevt. 2d Lieu1

ment and promoted Captain an. IJ

A. D. Brown, 1st Sergeant. U

J. H. Brown, 2d Sergeant. J

W. H. Dickerson, 3d Sergean. t

S. R. Jaques, 4th Sergeant, p

Matt Underwood, 1st Corpora

Douglass Moore, 2d Corporal. <

James C. Jarrett, 3d Corpora

James G. Brown; AYm. S. B Beck; Isaac Beckwiths; N. 1 Bently; J. J. Boswell; Robert to Captain, lost leg and resign. Jeff. Culpepper; Joel Culpeppf ' killed at 2d battle Manasses; , Wm. J. Chaffin; C. Carpenter; t1 f p. geant; W. H, Dickey; M. Frai, AVm. Fickling, died; John Fief brick, died; James Hollinan; ' jor; Joshua Jones; W. B. Jo) died; J.AV.Jack; lolin Key: Hi promoted Sergeant; J. F. Low and promoted Hospital Stewar foot, missing; John Lindsay, k Moore, promot ed Major; I asp. killed at Fort Gilmore; Henry Munn, killed at Gettysburg; Martin; L. Meyer, discharged. Noles; Cyrus Northrop; J. H. Pope; Jack Pope; S. E. Robl Revier; Isaac Rice; Newton I L. Short, killed at Gettysburg Skinner, died; Isaac Simmons Sellars, promoted 1st Sergean lost arm and discharged; Alle: to engineer corps; Isaac AVine ness; Henly AVilliams, died; died; T. J. Young; A. Young

Company
Original mutter roll of Coni/' icards Company K. 37.7i It . into tervire for three years. o>
This Company was reduced of the many severe battles in to very nearly the maximum : engagements in the Western a

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, OFFICERS.

F. S. Chapman, Captain. J. J. Grant, 1st Lieutenant. J. It. Mott, 2d Lieutenant, promoted Adjt. and Capt. Chf. on Gen. Ben-

ning's staff.

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L. E. O'Keefe, brevt. 2d Lieut., transferred to Trains-Mississippi depart

ment and promoted Captain and Adjutant Lewis' Brigade.

A. D. Brown, 1st Sergeant. J. H Brown, 2d Sergeant. Missing. W. H. Dickerson, 3d Sergeant, promoted Lieut, and killed at Gettysburg.

S. R. Jaques, 4th Sergeant, promoted to Orderly.

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Matt Underwood, 1st Corporal, killed 2d battle Manasses. b '-.'**'

Douglass James C.

Moore, 2d Corporal, killed by R.R. accident Jarrett, 3d Corporal, promoted Sergeant.

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James G. Brown; Wm. S. Brown, killed at Gettysburg, July, 1864; lVm.

Beck; Isaac Beckwiths; N. Barrett; Wm. Bentley; Berry Bently; Mark Bently; J. J. Boswell; Robert Beeman, killed; Wm. C. Cousens, promoted to Captain, lost leg and resigned; W. D. Chapman; Henry Chapman, killed; Jeff. Culpepper; Joel Culpepper; John Culpepper, killed; Jasper Culpepper,

killed at 2d battle Manasses; Wm. Culpepper; Geo. Corbet: Martin Clark; Wm. J. Chaffin; C. Carpenter; James W. Dickey, promoted Commissary Ser geant; W. H. Dickey; M. Frank; C. C. Fickling, wounded and discharged; Wm. Fickling, died; John Fickling, died; James Gorham, killed; Wm. Har-

buck, died; James Hollman; T. B. Howard, transferred and promoted Ma jor- Joshua Jones; W. B. Johnston, died; Clark Jenkins; Lewis Jenkins,

died; J.W.Jack; John Key; Hugh Key, killed at Gettysburg; J. H. Lawrence promoted Sergeant; J. F. Lowe, killed at Manasses; H. C. Lowe, transfened and promoted Hospital Steward; Benj. Ledbetter, transferred; J. C. Light*,

foot, missing; John Lindsay, killed; A. C. McCord, promoted Captain; J. B. Moore, promoted Major; Jasper Majors; T. J. Majors, promoted Sergeant, killed at Fort Gilmore; Henry Moore, lost an arm and discharged; D. D. Mnnn, kiiKd at Gettysburg; J. McCulloch; Frank McGehee, died; Wm. Martin; L. Meyer, discharged; Valentine Martin, died; Wm. horton; Robt. Holes; Cyrus Northrop; J. H. Patterson; J. D. Patillo; - Pearce, died; Dan. Pone- Jack Pope; S. E. Robbinson, promoted Sergeant and Adjutant; Jacob

Sevier; Isaac Rice; Newton Royals; B. P. Shaw, killed at 2d Manassas; A. L. Short, killed at Gettysburg; Willis J. Skinner, killed at Gettysburg: John Skinner, died; Isaac Simmons; -- Snead, killed; John Sutton, died; J. A.

Sellars, promoted 1st Sergeant; T. J. Story; O. T. Thweatt; John Thom, lost arm and discharged,-Allen Talbot; H. Talbot: Joseph Terry, transferred

to engineer corps; Isaac Wineherger; S. F. Walker, killed at battle Wilder

ness; Henly Williams, died; E. L. Wells, promoted Sergeant; -- Watson,

died'; T. J. Young; A. Young, died.

Company H, 3d Georgia Battalion.
Original muster roll of Company H. 3d Georgia Battalion of Infantry, aftei- wards Company K, 37th Regiment of Georgia Volunteers, Infantry; mustered
into service for three years, or the war, Feb. L8G2, at Columbus, Ga.
This Company was reduced to a very few men several times as the results of the many severe battles in which it was engaged It was as often recruited ,o very nearly the maximum number. It was in all the principal battles and engagements in the Western army under Bragg, Kirby Smith, Gen. Joe John-

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son and Hood. The records of Company having been destroyed, many names

of recruits--brave soldiers, are, necessarily, and with much regret, omitted, as

they could not be collected by surviving members in the limited time allowed.

OFFICERS.

W. H. H. Phelps, Captain. P. H. Alston.. 1st Lieutenant, promoted to Captain in 1804. surrendered

April 1865 at Charlotte.

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J. S. Jones, 2d Lieutenant, promoted to 1st Lieutenant and Captain respec

tively. and assigned to staff duty as A. and J. Gen'l. Tyler s Brigade in 1864, in which capacity he served till close of the war; surrendered at Gieensboro,

April 26, 1865. G. W. Fisher, 3d Lieutenant, killed at the battle of Franklin, 30th Nov. 18M.

R. M. Gray, 1st Sergeant. .

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G A. Peabody, 2d Sergeant, promoted to Lieutenant, July 1S64.

E P. Du Bose, 3d Sergeant, promoted to 2d Sergeant, Jnly 1864.

Henry Chapman, 4th Sergeant, died at Cumberland Gap, April 1862.

W. W. Harris, 5th Sergeant, transferred to Reg. Band 37th Ga . 1864.

C. W. Peabody, 1st Corporal, promoted to Sergeant, lb64.

G. S. Wright, 2d Corporal, transferred to E-ufaula Lj^ht Artillery.

Jas. T. Gray, 3d Sergeant, transferred to Eufaula Light Artillery as Sergeant,

and promoted after to Sergt. Major., Wm. Burrus, 4th Corporal promoted to Sergeant, IS64.

S. B. Pritchard, Commissary.

PRIVATES.

John Baugh: Reuben Baugh, died at Cumberland Gap; Jas. Boyett, killed

at battle Peach Tree Creek, July 19, 1S64; Jas. Bullock. killed at V est Point; A. K. Crane; J. H. Cook; Seab Cook; W. H Coate: E. G. Chaffin: Thos V. Chaffin, promoted to Corporal, 1864; Thos Cureton; T. G Coulter; Jesse Clariday; Mike Clariday, died since war; Septimus Dalton, killed at Chickamauga. Sept. 19, 1S63; E. W Dowdy; John C Dozier, died in hospital at Beans Station, Tenn.; Robt. Donnelly; B M. Denson, promoted to Corporal and Sergeant, 1864, killed at Dallas, June 1864; W. B Diamond, died; A 11. Ellis, died at Cumberland Gap, April 1862; Wm. Edwards, surrendered April 26, 1865, at Greensboro; Jas. M Fulsome, surrendered April 26, 65, at Greens boro, N. C ; John S. Grant: Solomon Gordy, wounded; S J Hammock, died in Cumberland Gap; Geo. R Harris; John C. Hendricks; G. W. Hearn; W H. Hols ead, transferred to Band of 37th Georgia Regiment, surrendered at Greensboro, April 26, 65; R F. Hale; R. C. Jones, made Corporal and Ser geant of this Company, and Lieutenant of Company C Barnwell s Light Artil lery in 1S64, died May 3, 1872; Peter Ken-; Jas. M kelTy; John, J Kelly; R. P. Kelton, promoted to Corporal, 1864, died in Columbus. Ga.. 18/U; 1 at, ick Kennedy; S. M. LaHatt, died in Columbus since war; V H. Lay held; J. m. Layfield; G. W. Landres, died in hospital; John W McCarty; John W McDuffee, drummer of Co and Reg.; W. G. Mote; Wm Mansfield; Henry McCutchen, killed at Kennesaw Mountain, June '64; John W. .Moore, killed Dallas, June '64; Francis McArdle, made Sergeant in ISO 1. surrendered. Apn 26, '65, at Greensboro; George Nash; John O'Donnell; F. V\ Peaffi dy, made Corporal 1804, and Sergt. 1805, detailed as color guard of 3/th (ra ' Hegt K >4,
Sul 'i ndered at Green-boro. April 26, '65; David Patillo; E. H Patillo. Jas M Price: W. T Pool, killed at ba'tle Cliickamanga. Sept. 19. o.,; John T. Pbole, C W Ryals; Jas. M. Rentfroe, John T. Robinson; Perry Strickla .d, died at Cumberland Gap; Thos. B. Stubbs, died at Cumberland Gap I8"2: Mmhael Taylor, died in hospital; David. Turner; Miles W. Taylor Presley li leiy,

died at Cumberland Gap; James Trader; James 1 3 tekery, died in hospital in 1864- W. S Webb; Alex. Waymer, detailed regimental blacksmith. 8>G Elijah Wiggins: Elijah W. Williams: J. C. Wiggins, died in Columbus 1865;

Matthew Welch; Allen Pawn.

List of Recruits of Co. K, 37th ( ;|U'| Noah Vardaman; 1. W. Moore; ? ' surrendered at Greensboro. April 2ft,!;| Dec 16, '64; W. H. Elkins, killed a" : rendered at Greensboro. April 26, ' Kennesaw. W. R. Bedell, 2d Lieutenant, ap J. T. Daniel, 3d Lieutenant, pm1 dered in North Carolina April 26it Charles Xeuffer. 1st Sergeant, di Flovd. A J., Cd S. rgeant. J. W. Huff, 3d Sergeant, elected J S Acre, promoted to Licuten;, G G." Cartledge, promoted to Or ..
Iaham R. Brooks. 1st Corporal. J. R. McGee. Od Corporal. T. J. Skiui.er, 3d Corporal. Thom** Harrison, 4th Corj oral
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Allen. W. M ; Anthony, J. L.; . , died since war; Bedell, Hezekiah; R; Bize.C C , pr. moted Corporal killed 18(14; Brooks, John R.; Bro Wm.; Bllluty. John; Bussey, \\ Ill IP flee, J L., discharged 1861, Ed !
1844; English, A. j , Fleinirg.it
letchrr. J. F.; Fletcher, J M, p, | J H , Gammel, F. 31 , Hartong, j Horn. E. J , killed at Jackson .31 J.; Holt, J D .; Jones, E 1>. pt . King, Jeremiah, killed; 1 !. O. Langford. Wm ; Langf d, I a manga Sf*pt. 20, 1805, 1 '.ili'm. Long, Aaron; Lukey, V\ 1 31 T., McGehce L. J ; M'-- ,, charged 1864; Miller, N E, I Vatge-l 'ost arm; MeGuyrt J. i D . \lorioOB. J. H ; Mooney Jail' [ K, Parker, Win, Paikinan, H P i lips, .1 l'vd.ed; Phillips, F.. F , di

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List of Recruits, of Co. K, 37th Ga. Regiment, enlisted 1864--Robt. Bean' Noah Vardaman: I. W. Moore; Peter Curran; A. McClure; Henry Rainey' surrendered at Greensboro. April 26, '65; L. W. McDaniel, killed at Nashvi]le> Dec. 16, '64; W. H. Elkins, killed at Atlanta, July 22, 64; John Harrison, sur rendered at Greensboro. April 26, '65; M. Clariday; Arnold Tyson; Jas. Davis, surrendered at Greensboro, April 26, '65; Jas. M. Cobb; George Weatherby; Aaron Long, killed at Peach Tree creek, July 4, '64; Abraham Turner.



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Company C, 46th Georgia Regiment.

The above Company was organized as the Muscogee'Volunteers in this city,

February 1S62, and rendezvoused at Griffin, Georgia, and organized as Com

pany C, in the 46th Georgia Regiment; P. H. Colquitt elected Colonel of the

Regiment, a rising officer of this city, and killed 20th September, 1863, at the

battle of Chickamauga. With the small data at hand, this is an imperfect roll

of this Company.



OFFICERS.

A. H. Cooper, Captain, killed September 20. 1863, at Chickamauga.

F. C. Tillman, 1st Lieutenant, promoted Captain, killed June 20, 1864, at

Kennesaw.

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W. R. Bedell, 2d Lieutenant, appointed Adjutant 46th Ga. Regiment, 1862.

J. T. Daniel, 3d Lieutenant, promoted to Captain June 20, 1S64 and surren-

dered.in North Carolina April 26th, 1865.

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Floyd, A. J., 2d Sergeant. : . =

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J. W. Huff, 3d Sergeant, elected Lieutenant. J. S Acee, promoted to Lieutenant of Artillery, 1S64.



G G." Cartledge, promoted to Orderly Sergeant, and killed at Franklin, Ten

nessee, 1864. '

Isham R. Brooks, 1st Corporal, promoted.to Orderly Sergeant.

J. R. McGee, 2d Corporal.

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T. J. Skinner, 3d Corporal.

Thomas Harrison, 4th Corporal, promoted to Sergeant.

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Allen, W- M.; Anthony, J.,L.; Anthony, S. W., discharged;' Aldmond, J. F.,
died since war; Bedell, Hezekian; Banks, T. H.; Bartlett, J. H.; Bartlett, W. R ; Bize, C. C., promoted Corporal and killed 1864; Bize, D. R.; Boles, Thomas^ killed 1S64; Brooks, John R.; Brooks. R. C, died 1863; Bigers, P. J., Brown, Wm.; Bussey, Johnp-Bussey, Wm ; Champion, Wm., wounded .Taclcson, Miss.y
Duffee, J. L., discharged 1864; Edward, M. R; Edward. W. D., killed 22d July, 1S64; English, A. J.; Fleming, Henry; Fleming. John, discharged 1864;
letcher, J. F.; Fletcher, J. M, promoted to Sergeant; Ford, J. B; Galaway, J. H; Gammel, F. M.; Hartong, Joseph; Haynes, L. J.; Henderson, W. C.; Horn, E. J , killed at Jackson, Miss., 1863; Horn, West, died D>62; Horn. H.
J.; Holt, J. D.; Jones, E. D., captured at Chickamauga, 1863; Kennedy, Thos. King, . Jeremiah,, killed; Land, O. K., killed Chickamauga, Sept 20th ^1863; Langford. Wm.; Langford, E.; Lewis, P. L; Livingston, A J.. killed at Chick amauga Seph 20j 1863; Lockhart, James; Lockhart, Wm.; Long Henry; Long,
Julius; Long, Aaron; Lokey, W. H H.. killed at Nashville; Low, Jinks; Lynn,
M. T.; McGehee L. J.; Massey, J. W; McCrary, B F., wounded and dis charged 1864; Miller, N. E.; Miller. O. H,, discharged; McGuyrt, Silas, dis charged, lost arm; McGuyrt, John; Morrill, N. B.; Motley, Spencer; Moy, J. D.* Morrison. J. H.; Mooney, James; Myers, J. C.; Parker, J. A.: Parker, G Eq barker, Wm ; Parkman, H. P ; Peddy, Wm., killed; Phillips, Elisha; Phil
lips, J. P.. died; Phillips, E. P , died; Profumo, F. X.; Robison, W. H: H., died;

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Rogers, G. M., killed at Jonesboro, Ga.> 18G4; Rogers, John, died; Roberts, J.

L.; Russell, W. H.; Scott, F. P.; Shivers, C. A ; Shippey, J. H. B., discharged;

Simmons, H. T.; Skinner, D. A.; Skinner, J. W.; Sperlin-, C. B.; Spires, W. A.;

Thompson, J. M.; Thompson, J. N., deserted; Thompson, W. R., deserted;

Thompson. J. W . deserted; Schoonmaker, T. W., transferred to 32d Ga. Regt.,

1863; Hawking, John, transferred; Harvey, L. I., transferred; Motley, Robt.,

died 1863; Took, J. N.; Took,. J. J ; Treadaway, R C.; Turnage, James, died;

Waters, W. A.; Watkins, J. M., killed; Watson, Jonathan; Wilden, Simeon,

killed 1863; Willis, B. T.. killed 1864; Willis, N. C.; Willis, E. P.; Williams,

L J., killed 1863; Wiseman, G. W.; Wiseman, Robert; Wilkerson, Neal; Wil-

kerson, Wm ; Wilkerson. Lewisj died; Wragg, Wm.; Wynn, J. A.; Willis, T.

Jeff., promoted to Sergeant, and killed at Chickamauga 20th Sept. 1863. "

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Statement of Georgia Grays from date of leaving Columbus, Ga., May 7th,

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John F. Iverson, Captain, promoted Colonel in Dec. 1862.. W. E. Sandeford, 1st Lieutenant, resigned 1861. W. L. Salisbury, 2d Lieutenant, elected Major 11th May, 1861. L. M. Burrus, Bvt. 2d Lieutenant, promoted Captain 1862. W. J. Dillon, Sergeant, elected Lieutenant 1861, discharged May 1862.

W. R. Wood, Sergeant.

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J. N. M. Reese, Sergeant, elected Lieutenant 1861.

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A. T. Calhoun, Sergeant, elected Lieutenant 1862.

W. I. Strupper, Corporal, promoted 5th Sergeant 1861.

T. Ribero, Corporal, killed at Chickamauga, September 19, 1863.

John Barber, Corporal, discharged. M. V. Cook, Corporal, wounded at Murfreesboro.

PRIVATES.

Anthony, R.; Avery, John, missing; Averett, Eli M., elected Lieutenant

in 1862; Banks, G., wounded and discharged Dec. 31, 1862, at battle Mur freesboro; Banks, W.; Boland, A. J., transferred to 2d Ga. Battallion;

Brown, T., killed at Chickamauga, Sept. 19, 1863; Baxley, J.; Brannon, Richard; Carrol, T., discharged August, 1862; Chapman, J. P.; Carington,

W., discharged, lost leg at Murfreesboro; Courtney, J., discharged from wounds; Clark, Wm., discharged from wounds; Clay, Henry, discharged;

Crow, Sidney; Davies, J., transferred; Dennis, J. M.,-^discharged; Dever, Charles, discharged; Dukes, Thornton, died at Pensacola, Fla.; Ellis, --; Everit, John, wounded at Murfreesboro; Everett, Thomas, first killed from Columbus, Oct. 9, 1861 at battle Santa Rosa, Fla.; Fackler, George, dischar

ged from severe wounds at Murfreesboro, Dec. 31, 1862; Hammond, George, discharged; Hammock, --, died; Hoopaugh, Daniel, missing; Jepson, L. P., tranferred to artillery; Johnson, J. D., died at Tazewell, Tenn.; Johnson, A. S. , discharged; Jefferson, J., discharged; Jones, T. J., discharged; Jones, T. , discharged; Jones, J. W., discharged; Keenan, Jack, discharged; Kemp, --, died; Little Joseph, discharged; Long, Milton, died; Lapham, George, transferred; Leslie, J. C., transferred, and killed at Petersburg 1864; Lynch, Asa; Madden, P. H., discharged; Maddox, J., transferred to engineer corps;

McEachren, E., transferred; Marler, J., died; Nobles, Tom; Newman, Wm.; Ogletree, J. T., transferred to Co. A, 2d Battallion Sharp shooters, and pro moted 1st Lieutenant; Parkman, F. M.; Prager, Julius, missing; Quin, John, transferred to engineer corps; Riley, Martin, transferred to 2d Battallion Ga. Sharp Shooters; Robarts, W. H.; Robinson, J.; Robinson, T. C., discharged

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April 1862, and joined 1st Bat. G ' i ferred to Washington Artillery, Lewis, missing; Shearer, G. W., : ;

Short, James, killed at Chickaman: l.bjp Smith, J., missing; Smith, Jep, tr; ;e Y

Snell, George, discharged; Sturges,; :, /: Townsley, L. B.; Taylor, --,' transfi' Veasey, Barney, died at Chattanoov, |

derly to Gen. Hardee; Ward, W., k k'jii --, discharged; Wood, R. A., transf|;i r-

Wood, Joseph; Yarbrough, Jason, t Averitt, Needham; Aenchbacher, '1 n : Chickamauga, September 19, 1863;

discharged; Crouch, John; Henderf

J. H., died; Baskin, J. L, died; P -f.

Bradford, W. S., killed at Chickami. 2; r

S., died from wounds at Chickami) -i r

nard;,Davis, J. J.; Davis, A. L.; I i

Chickamauga Sept. 19, '63; Hannah

Lovelace, J. A.; McHugh, F. M.;

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Ogle, John, died; Pittman, J. D.; I I-T

E.; Stockwell, J. E.; Taylor, U. R.r I j Grand, wounded at Murfreesboro D

Colum
This Company was organized at C into service at Atlanta, Ga., on the 1 Bat. Artillery; were sent from thenc. year crossed the Cumberland Mount Kentucky campaign. After the battl eral Bragg from Kentucky, retreated mand to south western Virginia, \vl" May. 1863, were ordered to Knoxvil1 ; in defending the city against the ene Brownlow. In August of this year, Bragg, and participated in the opera Chickamauga. After the battle was composed the advance of our army | with Longstreet to East Tennessee Campbell't Station and the assault < Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, ' burg and assisted in defending that j ter, and after his repulse and retreat remained with Gen. Earley during Virginia, after which they were orde and surrendering with Gen. Lee's an lowing is an imperfect roll of the ec by an active member of the compat or 25 surrendered with the company

April 1862, and joined 1st Bat. Ga. Sharp Shooters; Robinson, J. M., trans

ferred to Washington Artillery, Feh. 1862; Rooke, Jasper, died; Sheline, Lewis, missing; Shearer, G. W.,' wounded at Murfreesboro, Dec. 81, 1862; Short, James, killed at Chickamauga, 19th Sept. 1863; Smith, G., discharged; Smith, J., missing; Smith, Jep, transferred to 2d Bat. Ga Sharp Shooters; Snell, George, discharged; Spurges, Larry, discharged; Surles, Martin, died;

Townsley, L. B.; Taylor, --/transferred to Sharp Shooters; Yandenberg,--,

Yeasey, Barney, died at Chattanooga 1863; Wagner, Hamp, transferred or

derly to Gen. Hardee; Ward, W., killed at Murfreesboro Dec. 31, '62; Willis,

---, discharged; Wood, R. A., transferred and elected Captain 41st Georgia;

Wood, Joseph; Yarbrough, Jason, transferred to 2d Ga. Bat. Sharp Shooters; Averitt, Needham; Aenchbacher, L. P., promoted Corporal, wounded at

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Chickamauga, September 19, 1863; Barnes, Joseph, deserted; Kendall, Chas.

discharged; Crouch, John; Henderson, John E. W.; Allen, A. H.; Almonds,

J. H., died; Baskin, J. L., died; Batchelor, Cornelius; Bradford, J., died;

Bradford, W. S., killed at Chickamauga 19th September, 1863; Brooks, A. J.

S., died from wounds at Chickamauga 19th September, 1863; Colley, May

nard; Davis, J. J.; Davis, A. L.; Freeman, J. K., Guthrie, U. L., killed at

Chickamauga Sept. 19, '63; Hannah, H. R.; Hem, R. L.; Jackson, W. A.;

Lovelace, J. A.; McHugh, F. M.; McKee, M. L.; Merck, John G., died;

Ogle, John, died; Pittman, J. D.; Rumsey, R.; Roe, T. J., died; Smith, J.

E.; Stockwell, J. E.; Taylor, U. R.; Taylor, J.; Widner, A. J.; Guerry, LeGrand, wounded at Murfreesboro Dec. 31,'62; Jones, A.; Gilbert, Wesley.

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This Company was organized at Columbus in April, 1862, and was mustered into service at Atlanta, Ga:,on the 19th of that month, as Company C. 9th Ga. Bat. Artillery; were sent from' thence to Abingdon, Va., and in the Fall of that year crossed the Cumberland Mountains at Pound Gap, and took part in the Kentucky campaign. After the battle of Perryville, and the withdrawal of Gen eral Bragg from Kentucky, retreated with General Humphrey Marshall's com mand to south-western Virginia, where they remained during the Winter. In May. 1863, were ordered to Knoxville, 'l'enri., and in June of that year assisted in defending the city against the enemy, under General Saunders and Col. John Brownlow. In August of this year, marched with Buckner's corps to join Gen. Bragg, and participated in the operations in McLemore's Cove and the battle oi Chickamauga. After -theTattle was placed in Gen. Wofford's brigade, which composed the advance of our army in the march on Chattanooga. Was sent with Longslreet to East Tennessee, and participated in the engagement at Campbell's Station and the assault on Knoxville. Passed the Winter in East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, and in June, 1S64, was ordered to Lynch burg and assisted in defending that place against the enemy under Gc-n. Hun ter, and after his repulse and retreat went with Earley's corps in pursuit and remained with Gen. Earley during his subsequent operations in the Valley ot Virginia, after which they were ordered to Richmond, taking part in its defense and surrendering with Gen Lee's army at Appomattox Court House. The fol lowing is an imperfect roll of the company as it is given wholly from memory by an active member of the company. Of the 95 or 100 members some 20 or 25 surrendered with the company at Appomattox Court House:

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OFFICERS.

Atkinson, George W., Captain, resigned in June, 1863, and was discharged

by substitution. Douglass, Thos. 0., 1st Lieutenant, resigned in May, 1863, on account oi

physical disability. ...

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rened at Appomattox Court House.

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Key, P. L., 3d Lieutenant, promoted to 1st Lieutenant in June, 1863, surren

dered at Appomattox Court House. Smith, Geo. A. B , 1st Sergeant, discharged in May, 1863, by substitution. Cargill, John S.. 2d Sergeant, promoted in May, 1863, to 1st Sergeant, after

wards Adjutant General.-

Hall, Wm., 3d Sergeant, promoted to 2d Lieutenant.

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Hellings, J. R., 4th Sergeant, surrendered at Appomattox Court House.

Busseyt B. F., 5th Sergeant, promoted to 1st Sergeant, surrendered at Appo

mattox Court House.

McElrath, James, 1st Corporal.

Barker, John F., 2d Corporal, dead.

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Conley, Luke, 3d Corporal.

Fassell, J. A., 4th Corporal, surrendered at Appomattox Court House,

Foran, Pat., 5th Corporal.

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John Allen, died in 1863; Frank Allums; B F. Barnes; B. F. Buttain; Wm.

Barker; E. C. Beers; H. Bussey, died in 1863; -- Brooks, died in 1862; John F.

Brown, discharged on account of disability; W. A. Bozeman, discharged by or

der President Davis; Robert Bozeman, discharged on account of disability; Al

fred Bennett; S. P. C. Clark, deserted in September, 1862; Jason Crawford;

David Crawford; Jno. T. Consford, detailed in Government works at Columbus;

W. C. Duffield; Nat. C Fergerson, promoted to Sergeant in 1863; John Fussell;

M W. Ford, promoted to 3d Lieutenant in 1863 and resigned; J. A. Foster;-

Wm Foster; Henry Foster; M. C. Gilbert, discharged by substitution in 1863;

John W. Gay; N. B. Gay; John G. Grant; John Henderson, Toney Henderson;

Wm. Hill; A. B. Hudson, dead; Robert Hudson; John A Johnson; L W. Keel

ing- Thos' Lasseter; James J. Littleton; Jas. R. Lawrence; John Landers, pro

moted to Corporal and discharged in 1S63; M. H. Lee, dischaiged by substitu

tion in i863; Jas F. Lewis; R. G. Lynn, wounded in hand and dischargedj Al

len Mann; James Mann, discharged'from disability in 1863; Wm. H. Morgan;

Thomas Morgan; Geo. M. Morgan, promoted to Corporal in 1863; Win. Mc-

Elrath; M. W. Murphy, promoted to Sergeant; one of the_bravest and most

effective runners in the battalion; Wm. Odom, transferred to 46th Georgia Reg

iment- Jas. Oswall, died in 1862; Leander Odom, promoted Corpora! in 1864;

D. M.' Posey, promoted to Sergeant in 1864; Wm. Price; Robert Powell; Reu

ben Powell, disabled by wound in hand and discharged; Wm. Reegan, deserted

in 1862- Wm. W. Ridenhour, promoted to Sergeant Major in 1862 and 1st

Lieutenant and Adjutant in 1863, died in September, 1863, of typhoid fever;

Jonas D. Russell, dead; James Russell; John R. Short, piomoted to Lieutenant

in 1865- Thomas J. Smith; Wm Smith; James Sanderlin; R. R. Sanderlin,

killed at Jeffersonville, Va, in 1863; J. M. Sizemore; B. G. Sikes; RicVd Sikes, died in 1862; Aaron Spilling; Wm. Tolson; Geo. W Tomberlin. discharged on

account of disability; J. W- Turnag^; L. S. Tumage, Thos. S. Turnage. Wm.

Tooke- Jas M. Williams, promoted to Sergeant in 1864, John Weldon, died in

1862- John C. Wallace; T. B. Wallace, died in 1S64; W. H Washington; W.

H. Webb, discharged by substitution in 1863; A J. Wood; R. W. White, pro

moted to Sergeant in 1863; Brad Wall, died in 1863; George W. Wall; .Tames

Wall; Nathan Young.

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ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS.
COLUMBUS BUSINESS COLLEGE. , A. T. Clark, Principal, 76 Broad.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, in charge of Sisters of Mercy, Troup, cor. ! Randolph.

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.

Blount & Haiman, Oglethorpe, bet.

Bridge and Franklin.

HOLSTEAD A CO., 132 Broad.

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Abercrombie. Nicholas L., 109 Broad.

Benning & Benning, Broad bel. Bryan.

Blandford, Mark H.. 97 Broad.

Burts, Duncan H., 95 Broad.

Chappell, Hon. A. H , 55 Broad.

Chappell. Thos. J., 55 Broad.

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Coleman, Chas., Broad, cor St. Clair. I

Crawford, B. H., 101 Broad.

Crawford, Reese. 101 Broad.

Downing, Lemuel T., 107 Broad.

Dozier, Alonzo A., 126 Broad.

Garrard, Louis F., 67 Broad.

Howard, Anderson, 109 Broad.

Howard, Nicholas L., 109 Broad.

Hatcher, Samuel B., 69 Broad.

Ingram & Crawford, 15 Broad.

Laney, S. Y,, 109 Broad.

Little, Wm. A., 95 Broad. McNeill, James M., 139 Broad.



Morton, Alex. C., 109 Broad.

Moses, R. J., Sr., 107 Broad.

Patterson, M. L., 109 Broad.

Peabody A Brannon. 95 Broad.

Pou, J F., 109 Broad.

Rtts-e 1! A Raiford, 126 Broad.

Spencer. Lambert W., Broad, cor. St.

Clair.

Thomas, Grigsby E., Jr., Broad, cor.

St. Clair.

Thornton, Cary J., 53 Broad.

Thornton A Grimes, Broad, cor. St.

Clair.

Williams, C. H., 70 Broad.

Williams, Wm. F., Broad cor St. Clair.

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ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS. j

AUCTIONEERS.

COLUMBUS BUSINESS COLLEGE. A. T. Clark, Principal, 76 Broad.

Ellis & Harrison, Broad, cor Randolph.

ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, in charge i BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.

of Sisters ol Mercy, Troup, cor. j Cadman, Anthony. 34 Broad.

Randolph.

Crichton, Charles, agt., 151 Broad.

Harrison, Aaron L., 101 Broad. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Layfield, James M., Oglethorpe, cor.

Blount & Haiman, Oglethorpe, bet. Crawford.

Bridge and Franklin. HOLSTEAD & CO., 139 Broad.

Profumo, Frank X., 80 Broad. Reynhart, Wm . 157 Broad. Robinson, W. T., 19S Broad.

ATTORNEYS AT LAW.

Stevenson, Henry, 36 Broad.

Abercrombie, Nicholas L., 109 Broad. Strupper, I. G , Randolph, ab Broad.

Benning & Benning, Broad bel. Bryan. Blandford, Mark H., 97 Broad. Burts, Duncan H., 95 Broad.
Chappell, Hon. A. H , 55 Broad. Chappell. Thos. J., 55 Broad.
Coleman, Chas., Broad, cor ScyClair. Crawford, B. H., 101 Broad.
Crawford, Reese. 101 Broad. Downing, Lemuel T., 107 Broad. Dozier, Alonzo A., 126 Broad. Garrard, Louis F., 67 Broad.
Howard, Anderson, 109 Broad. Howard, Nicholas L., 109 Broad. Hatcher, Samuel B., 69 Broad.
Ingram & Crawford, 15 Broad. Laney, S. Y,, 109 Broad. J Little, Wm. Arf&f Broad.
McNeill, James M., 139 Broad.

BANKS AND BANKERS.

Chattahoochee National of Columbus,

H. H. Epping, Pres., H. W. Ed

wards, Cashr., R. M. Mulford Asst.

Cashr.. 57 Broad.



GEORGIA HOME, and GEORGIA

HOME SAVINGS, J. Rhodes

Browne, Pres., Geo. W. Dillingham,

Treasurer, 118 Broad.

John King, 71 Broad, in liquidation.

Merchants and Mechanics, and M. and

M. Savings, W. L. Salisbury. Pres.,

A. O. Blackmar, Cashr., 110 Broad

SAVINGS DEPARTMENT EAGLE

AND PHENIX MANFG. CO,

Front, bet Randolph and Bryan, G.

Gunby Jordan, Secy, and Treas.'

Morton, Alex. C., 109 Broad.

BARBERS.

Moses, R. J., Sr., 107 Broad. Patterson, M. L., 109 Broad.

( LARK. JOE & SON, c, Randolph ah Broad

Peabody & Brannon. 95 Broad. Pou, J. F., 109 Broad.

Johnson. Gabl. L , e. Broad bel Craw ford.

Russell & Raiford, 126 Broad. Spencer, Lambert W., Broad, cor. St.
Clair.
Thome., Grigsby E., Jr., Broad, cor.

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Porter. Richard B., c. Oglethorpe bel Bryan.
ROGERS, SHF I'll CRD. c. Biyan cor Oglethorpe

St. Clair. Thornton, Cary J., 53 Broad.

Sandy A Henry, c, Randolph ab Broad. Simon & John, c, St. Clair ab Broad.

Thornton & Grimes, Broad, Clair.
Williams. C. H., 70 Broad.

cor.

Sti

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Tally, Hamp, c, Oglethorpe cor Bryan. 1 ERR\ . M. E , c, Crawford under
Rankin House.

Williams, Wm. F., Broad cor St. Clair. AVells, Louis, Broad, cor St. Clair.

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BILLIARDS AND BOWLING.

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Kroll, John, Crawford ab Broad. Lacome, Justin,Oglethorpe bel Bryan.

Jones & Boland, Crawlurd cor Ogle- Luke, William H.,c, Broad bel Craw

thorpe.

ford.

Lips, Theo. A. & Bro., St. Clair ab Meyer. F. &, Co , 130 Broad.

>

Broad.

McCulloch, Richard, c, Wynn's Hill.

Ryan, James W, Rankin House.

Reames, George, Warren ab Broad

BLACKSMITHS AND /JVHEEL- TINES, WM H , c, St. Clair ab Ogle



RIGH'I S.`

thorpe.

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Cargill, Edwin B, Girard, Ala. . Cary & Cogbill, St. Clair bel Jackson. Davis, R. A., Bryan ab Oglethorpe. Hall k Wray, Girard, Ala. Kennedy, Thomas, Troup bet Franklin
and Crawford. Littleton, David, Bryan ab Broad Taylor, Frederick, c, Oglethorpe cor
Bryan.

Yinan, James, Girard, Ala. Webeler, Wm, Oglethorpe bel Ran

dolph: * Webley, Wm., Crawford ab Broad. "

Wilding. F, St. Clair ab Broad.

Wilding, G. C., Randolph bel Ogle

thorpe. ' .

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Wilting, Chas., 32 Broad.

BREWERY. (

Terry, Thomas, c, Oglethorpe ab St. Newman, Tobias, Girard, Ala.

Clair.

BRICKMASONS & CONTRACTORS.

Thomas, Jesse, Randolph bel Ogle

thorpe. .-\ i;

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BLINDS, SASH, DOORS, &c.

Byrne, James, Oglethorpe, cor Bridge. Faber, E. A., Early, cor Oglethorpe. Coleman, B. F , Broad, cor Few.

Collins, Daniel, Front cor Thomas. WILLIAMS, JAMES, N. Liberties, t

Goetchius, R. R. & Co., St. Clair cor Jackson, BOOKS, STATIONERY, &c.
CHAFFIN, W. J,, 92 Broad. Pease, J. W. & Normanv76 Broad.

BROKERS, (STOCK, BONDS, &c.) Castleman H , St. Clair, ab Broad. Hawks, Wm. N,, 79 Broad.
BUTCHERS.

BOOK BINDERS. ; Calhoun, Alfred R ,Randolph bet Broad
and Oglethorpe. Gilbert, Thomas & Co., Randolph bet
Broad and Oglethorpe.

Cook, James T., Stalls 4, 15 and 17.

Huff. John A. & Son, Stalls No. 7 and

9.

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McKenzie & Arnold, Stalls Nos. 1. 14

and 16. O'Brien, Wm, Stafl No. 6. . .

BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS. Patrick & Bro , Stall 2.

Bedell & Ware, 148 Broad. '

Stephens, Henry, c, Stalls 10.and 18. .

Estes, Patterson & Co., 122 Broad.

Smith <3b Noble, Stall No. 12.

King, Joseph, 104 Broad.

Waters & White, Stalls 3 and o.

Wells & Curtis, 73 Broad.

Tolbert & Bro., Stalls 11 and 13.

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. CONTRACTORS, CARPENTERS

Austin, Thomas O., Girard, Ala.

AND BUILDERS.

Barris, Madison, c, 1S4 Broad.

Ashurst, Nelson W., Randolph bel

Crawford, Gordon, Randolph ab Ogle Jackson.

thorpe.

CHAMPAYNE, DAVID W , Ogle

Franklin, Leonidas W., Randolph bel thorpe bef Randolph.

Broad. Hill, John, c. St Clair ab Broad.

Corbally & Chalmers, 192 Broad. Snyder & Gifford, Oglethorpe bel Ran

Hoskins, William G., Broad bel

dolph.

Thomas.

Williams, James, Commerce cor Jack-

Hudson. Isaac E . St. C'air ab Broad.

son, N. Liberties.

Hunter, J. W, Randolph, bel Jackson. CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.

Jarrett, John, c, Randolph ab Ogler

thorpe.

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Jones, Andrew,c,Oglethorpe bel Bryan.

Jones, James c, Oglethorpe ab Craw

ford.

Amos, Wm, M., manufacturer,Wynn's
Hill. Cary & Cogbill, manufacturers. St.
Clair bel Jackson.

WTZ

Hicks. Thos. E.. agt, repository, (

thorpe bel Bryan.

If

WELCH k CO., manufacturers, I

an bet Broad and Oglethorpe. 6

Wynne, Thos. K, repository, <

thorpe cor Bryan. - ' - .

CIGAR MANUFACTURER: (

BROWN, G. W. FURNITURE. .!

1 FFlleettcchheerr,. Jjoohrn niiRFrn.,,,rmTrsoup( ,rcawo^forhi do,macoar

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EtoSTr, 68 Broad. ~

| Gibson, Hiram A., Browneville, -

Giddons A Reid, Girard, Ala. Heidemann, Jacob, Troup, cor Few. ; Holland & Baker, Marshall, Ala. Ivey A Co., Crawford, bel Oglethorpe JohnsAn, O. C., 75 Broad. Johnston, J., A Sons, 147 Broad. Jones, John, N. Liberties. Jones, Thomas, Girard, Ala. Lewis, Joseph H., Randolph cor Ogh '
thorpe. ;: Ligon, John, Crawford hel Oglethorp*: McAdam, Thos. J., 190 Broad. McArthur, Green, c, 178 Broad. McCook, Matthew, Oglethorpe b<
Bridge and Franklin. McCook, Wm. M., N. Liberties. Mayer, Moses, 153 Broad. . Metts, Leopold, Wynn's Hill. Metz Solomon, N. Liberties. Moreland, Robert H., cor Wayne ar
Broad, Girard, Ala. Moore, Wm, R., Broad cor Thomas. Monroe, P. a, N. Liberties. Names, Thomas, Crawford ab Ikon Needham, Wm. S., Broad cor Brya O'Connor, Martin, Dillingham b
Broad. Tabuer, Win., Broad ab Thomas. Ridenhour, John I)., Wynns Hill. Roper, Samuel T., Forsyth, bel Bal
win. Sandeford, Wm. E., Crawford, l
Oglethorpe. Sheppard, George W., Girard, Ala. Simons, Aaron, Girard, -Ala. Simons, Moses, Crawford, cor Merc*' Sterne, Abraham, Oglethorpe, c
Bridge. Stem, Joseph, McIntosh, cor Thom. Stem, Seigmund, 133 Broad. TLvreatt, M. W., Oglethorpe, bel Re
dolph. WeJey, Dempsey G., Dillingham, 1
Broai
Whitley, Washington, c, Crawfoi bel Broad. :
Young, T. S., A Co., Oglethorpe, c Washington.
GKOt b.US (Wholesale and Retai
Aminas, George E., 146 Broad. Audi, as, J. C., A Co., 132 Broad. Aviritt, David, 162 Broad. Barnurd, E. A Co., 53 Broad. ! BROWN, G. W. A 0,191-196 Bn Clement*, John W., Ill Broad. HAMILTON, JOHN H., junction
Franklin, Warren and Oglethorp Job nut on, A. F. A Co., 169 Broad. Kaufman, J. A J., 14 and 16 Broad.

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Giddons & Reid, Girard, Ala.

McNeill, John A., 155 Broad.

Heidemann, Jacob, Troup, cor Few. Preer, Illges & Co., 119 Broad..

Holland & Baker, Marshall, Ala.

Radcliff & Lamb, 124 Broad.1

Ivey & Co., Crawford, bel Oglethorpe. Redd, James K. &Co., 55 Broad.

Jolins&n, O. C., 75 Broad.

Redd, C. A. et St.
Clair and Randolph.

PHOTOGRAPH GALLERIES.

Moore, T. T., 69 Broad.

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WILLIAMS, GILES, 81 Broad.

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Munday, Wm., Oglethorpe, bet St.

PHYSICIANS.

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Clair and Crawford. Thompson, Robert, Oglethorpe, ab
Randolph. ;

Austin, S. J., Crawford, bel Clglethorpe.
Bacon, John E., 107 Broad.

LUMBER YARD.

Carriger, John H,, Randolph, below

Dudiey, Thomas J., Mercer, ab Ran dolph. , ; ' , ', t7 - MARBLE WORKS.
McCauley, Henry, 40 Broad.

Oglethorpe. Chafin, Thos. P., 107 Broad. Col/.ey, E. F., 70 Broad. DeGraffenreid, Edwin F., Oglethorpe, .
bel Randolph.

MILLINERY AND FANCY .GOODS. Flmvelleu, Wm. W., 93 Broad.

Beck, Mrs. C. M., Oglethorpe, bet Bridge and Franklin.

Ford, -Tames M., Randolph bel Broad. Grimes A Grimes, 97 Broad.

Colvin & Donnelly, 78 Broad. Dessau, Mrs. R., 108 Broad. Hodge, Rhoda E., 102 Broad. Howard, Mrs. M. R., Randolph,
Broad. Kennedy, Mrs. E. A.., 60 Broad.

ab

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Jeter, H. M., 106 Broad. Law, Samuel B., Broad, cor St.
Mason A Johnson, 135 Broad.
Pitts, Jas. W., 101 Broad, Schley, Edward B., 116 Broad. Schley, Wm. K., 26 Broad.

Clair.

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Stanford, Broad.

Frar

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Teny, Carlisle,

Tuggle, Thos. ! and Baldwin.

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Urquhart, J oh]

Broad.

Word. T. J., 81 !

PRINTERS'
CALHOUN, Al. f l bet Broad an ;
GILBERT, T1 dolph, bet B

RA
Mobile and G Randolph.
North and Sout i, son and Ogle
South Western ; j dolph.
Western, of Air ' J

REAL E`1 Hawks, Wm. h :.
SADDLER Crane, Wm , R | Kent, W. R., ] ' MIDDLEBllOl

SAnderson, Ale 1
ab Oglethoq Bane, Wash, c.
dolph. Holbrooks, Chi
Broad. Joines, E. W., Lips, Theodore
ab Broad. McLeod, Murd
Randolph. Reich, F., 112 Willett, E., N.
SALOONS Ai
Blakely, John . Crowell, Frank
site Market 1 Hawkins, Barn
Broad. Heiman, Cliarl Jones A Boland
thorpe. Klink, A. B., 1 Murphy, E. M
Clair. Newman, Tobi Ryan, James V

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Stanford, Francis A., Randolph, ab Broad. ;'j ' 3
Terry, Carlisle, 107 Broad. Tnggle, Thos. S., Broad bet Thomas
and Baldwin.
Urqnhart, John A., Randolph, below

SAW AND PLANING MILL.

Dudley, T. J., Mercer ab Randolph.

Goetehius, Jackson.

R.

R.

A

Co.,

St. '

Clair,

co r

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SEEDS. ,

Broad. Word. T. J., 81 Broad.
PRINTERS, (Book and Job.)
CALHOUN, ALFRED R., Randolph, bet Broad and Oglethorpe: 9,.' ' '
GILBERT, THOMAS, A CO., Ran dolph, bet Broad and Oglethorpe.

HOLSTEAD A CO., 139 Broad.

SEWING MACHINES.

Howe, James F. Reese, agt., Ran

dolph, ab Broad. ' l ntfti

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Singer, J. H. Bramhall, agt. 99 Broad.

Wheeler A Wilsoh, W. B. Orr, agt.,

Randolph, ab Broad.

RAILROADS.

(Wilson,) Baldwin A Undenvood, agts.

Mobile and Girard, depot head of 62 Broad.

Randolph.

SODA'WATER MANUFACTURER.

North and South, depot head of Jack-

son and Oglethorpe. `

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South Western, depot head of Ran

dolph. ` '

Ryan, John, (Early Slaughter,'agt.)

Oglethorpe, bet Bridge and Frank

lin.

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Western, of Ala., depot head of Bryan.-

STEAMBOATS.

REAL ESTATE AGENT. Hawks, Wm. N., 79 Broad.1

Jnlia St. Clair, Bandy Moore, New Jackson, J. A. Farley; Samuel J. Whiteside, gen'l agent, Wm. John

SADDLERY, HARNESS, Ac.

son, Freight and Local agent, Craw

Crane, Wm.,Randolph ab Oglethorpe. ford, bet Broad and Oglethorpe. ' ,

Kent, VV. R., 102 Broad.

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MIDDLEBROOK, H., 94 Broad.

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District

No.

4.

sion then strike slowly the number of the District, then general alarm as

! above then number of Distinct, an

so on The Alarm Bell after each

'general alarm, will always^e the

ao

number of District in which the tire

'occurs.

G.T.
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81 Broad
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f.i
Tictures of every styl size, on Paper, Canvass, most durable manner, a Water colors.
Not only from life, but deceased relatives, and ei as if taken from life, by Complexion.
Eighteen years practic knowledge of that portioi turc taking, in its variou those calling on me for is capable of producing.
Pictures taken regardl Call and examine spec j Gallery 81 Broad stre Georgia. Oval and square Frau size, on band and made Also, Albums and Fa

Pictures' of every style, from the smallest miniature to life size, on Paper, Canvass, Porcelain or Tin, finished in the best and most durable manner, and colored in Crayon, Pastal, Oil and Water colors.
Not only from life, but from any kind of OLD PICTURES of deceased relatives, and enlarged to any size, and colored as good as if taken from life, by giving color of the Eyes and Hair, and Complexion.

Eighteen years practical experience, combined with a thorough

knowledge of that portion of chemistry applied in the art of pic

ture taking, in its various branches, is a sufficient guarantee that

those calling on me for Pictures will secure the best that the art

is capable of producing.'

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Pictures taken regardless of the weather.

Call and examine specimens and be your own judge.

Gallery 81 Broad street, over Carter's Drug Store, Columbus,

Georgia.

Oval and square Frames, Mouldings and Frame Fixtures, any

size, on hand and made to order, at the lowest prices.

Also, Albums and Fancy Picture Cases.

G. T. WILLIAMS, Prop'r.

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109 Broad Street, COLXJMBUS, GrIEO. SOLE AGENTS EOR FILLEY| CELEBRATED
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We can always supply, extra plates or repairs foi an}

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Manufacturers and Jobbers in

Plain and Stamped Tin Ware,

Importers and Dealers in

Table and Pocket Cutlery, Scissors, &c.

' Keep always on hand a large and complete assortment o

t

,, TTfOVn

Japanned are,

Toilet Sets,

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Bath Tubs, , . . t' ' A

Tea Tia} s,

i

Buckets

Water Coolers,

t'vT

Silver Plated and Britannia Spoons,

-- Pushes '.

Castors, I)Tl,(;rs-

Brooms,
Baskets,

Hardware, Crockery, Glass Wave, ke. ire.

njs|,i

And all other goods usually kept m Mst class .o s, stores, at wholesale and retail.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work

Of every description, done at short notico, 4 sat.sfacnou guar-

"""`prices as low as any Louse in the State.

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COLUMBTIU
ABBETT, HENR'i Abbott, Frank G.,
sytb, bet Cra Abbott, Hawkins J
Oglethorpe, Abell, H. F. & Co
strasser), far Abell, Henry F., o Abercrombie, Jamc
Ala. Abney, Fanny, lab Abney, Cynthia, fa Abney, Roseanna, Acee, Fielding W.
Bryan, bet ' Acee, John S., of . ACEE & MURDO j
docli, Jr.,) 1 Adams, Mrs. Ann Adams, Geor Se= 11 Adams, James F.
bet Crawfot Adams, Nathan, e
Thomas. Adams, James, ve
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HADDOCKS

COLUMBUS, GA., DIRECTORY

1873,-'74.,

ABBETT, HENRY M., clirf clerk, W, R.R., r Linwood. Abbott, Frank G-., salesman with Geo. E. Andrews, r For
syth, bet Crawford and Thomas.
Abbott, Hawkins J., salesman with Preer, Illges & Co r Oglethorpe, bet Baldwin and Few. '
Abell, H. F. & Co.', (Henry F. Abell and Chas. E. Hochstrasser), family grocers, 116 Broad, corner St? Cl'air
Abell, Henry F.,_of H. F. Abell & Co., r Broad, ab Few Abercrombie, James J., atVy at law, 109 Broad, r Opelika'

Abney, Fanny, laborer E. and P. Factory, r Girard, Ala.

Abney, Cynthia, factory hand E. and P. F r Girard Ain

Abney, Roseanna, Girard, Ala.

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Acee, Fielding- W7, salesman with Thomas & Prescott r Bryan, bet Troup and Forsyth.

Acee, John S., of Acee & Murdoch, r Randolph bel Broad

ACEE & MURDOCH, (John S. Acee and Robt. B Mur doch, Jr.,) dry goods, 103 Broad.

Adams, Mrs. Ann, r Jackson, hot Thomas and Baldwin Adams, George, laborer E. and P. Fa, lory, Mai shall Ala. Adams, James F. salesman with J. J. Whittle, r Broad
bet Crawford and Thomas.

Adams, Nathan, c, well digger, r Forsyth, bet Baldwin and

Thomas.

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Adams, James, vegetables, stall 9 market, r Wynnton

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Adams, Toney, c, ' blacksmith with Blount & Haiman, r

Bridge, ah Oglethorpe.

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Adams, Mrs. Rachael, Broad, bet Franklin and Bridge.

Aencbbacher, Louis P., tailor, with G. A. Kcebne, r Ogle

thorpe, ab Bryan.

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Afflick, Mrs. Margaret 0., I Troup, bet Baldwin and Thomas.

Afflick, William D., clerk with Jacob Joseph, r Troup, et

Baldwin and Thomas.

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Alderman, Isaac, carpenter, Oglethorpe, bet Bridge an

Franklin.

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Aldvrorth, Mrs Lucy, r Troup bet St. Clair and Craw or .

Alderman, Mrs Mary E,, r Oglethorpe bel Bridge

Alexander, Albert, c, laborer, with F. Crowell,
bet Baldwin and Few.

Alexander, Green, c, shoemaker, with Hill & Alexander, r

Wynns Hill.

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Alexander, Hepry, c, carpenter, r Wynns Hill.

Alexander, Henry, c, of Sandy & Henry, r Alexander, John L., c, laborer, r Thomas, bet.McIntosh

Alexander, London, c, blacksmith at E. and P>

Trout) bet Few and Early.

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Alexander^Lucius, c, trunk maker, with W. Korner, r .

Jackson, hel Baldwin.

Alexander, Mattie, c, washerwoman, r w. St. John .

Alexander*/Bobfc c, trunk maker with W. Korner, r JackAlexandt^t'o" Bandy & Henry, r Bandolph nr

AieiBdw*w2*H? salesman with F. C. Johnson & Co.,

Alfred clrofinMeacher, Clafflin school, r nr Cemetery. Alford, Leonidas, clerk with 0. J. Moffett, r Oglethorpe,

Albrecht/ John* C., machinist, S. W. R.B., shop, r Front,

bet Thomas and Baldwin.

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The Pf
This Institution, uj retired and healthy ,.
Parents may rest: ` firm but mild goverj at this Institution, those principles of no undue influence j ever, for rhe mainti ternal discipline of ,
The Scholastic Ct ate, and the Senior, are comprised all cation.
The services of a , for those who pref . taught without eat'..
Entrance Fee. Hoard and Tuition.; Use of bed and be Washing, per aunt Stationery,. Pocket money, (o Dav Scholars, Sem
.i Into ,1 " Prii
ing, pe Painting. Water C
Pastel, Oil, per;1 Piano, per aiinnn Tiano, when taug: Use of Instrument Vocal Music, in < Uatin, per annmi No extra charge All payments i the u-ual rate of
Consisting <>f t on the doth of .1 who enter after of it as may re. the withdrawal illness or dir ini-
Pupils arc roc. Ucttcrs of ini The Terms of

St. Joseph's Academy,

COLUMBUS, GA.

The Parent House of the Branch at Macon,

This Institution, under the charge of the Sisters of Mercy, is situated in a most

retired and healthy part of the City of Columbus.

Parents may rest satisfied that every attention consistent with the spirit of a

firm but inild government, will be paid to the comfort of the young ladies placed

at this Institution. While the utmost care will be taken to nourish in their minds

those principles of virtue and religion which alone can render education profitable,

no undue influence will be exercised over the religious opinions of any pupil; how

ever, for the maintenance of good order, all will be required to conform to the ex

ternal discipline of the house.

The Scholastic Course embraces three departments: the Primary, the Intermedi

ate, and the Senior. Each department has two or more divisions. In this system

are comprised all the studies that constitute a thorough and an accomplished edu

cation.



The services of a distinguished Professor are secured in the Musical Department,

for those who prefer a master. All kinds of useful and ornamental Needlework are

taught without extra charge.

TERMS:

Entrance Fee,.

.. --...-- $5 00

Board and Tuition, payable half yearly in advance, per annum.200 00

Use of bed and bedding, per annnm .... .. 10 00

Washing, per annum.......... .. 10 00

Stationery,......... 4 00

Pocket money, (optional,) per annum....... 5 00

Day Scholars, Senior Class, per quarter... :... 18 00

"

Intermediate Class, per quarter..,. 15 00

<< " Primary Class, per quarter... 12 00

EXTRA CHARGKES.

Drawing, per annum......'...$30 00

Painting, Water Colors, per annum..... 30 00

" Pastel, per annum._...................'..

--.... 40 00

* Oil, per annum,,..

--... A.......... 00 00

Piano, per annum

i........... 50 00

Piano, when taught by Professor, per annum......

100 00.

Use of Instrument, per annum..... 10 00

Vocal Music, in class, per annum.,..... 10 00

Latin, per annum.... ... 30 00

No extra charge for French.

All payments must invariably be made in advance; and when not paid punctually

the usual rate of interest will be added.

The Scholastic Year,
Consisting of ten months, commences on the first Monday of September, and ends on the 30tll of June. It is divided into two sessions of live months each. Pupils who enter after the comm "n einent of a session will be charged only such portion of it as may remain. No deduction, however, will be made for partial absence, or the withdrawal of a pupil before the expiration of a session, unless in case of serious
illness or dismissal. Pupils are received at any time. Letters of inquiry must be addressed to the Directress of the Academy. The Terms of the Academy in Macon are the same as above.

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T. W. HENTZ,

RESIDENT

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Columbus, Ga.

Office, 69 Broad Streep over Joseph & Bro's Store.

Residence, Forsyth, above Randolph st.

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DW. CHAMFAYNE

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Oglethorpe 2d door ahov.e Randolph, East f^e, Columhus. Ga.
Stores arid Offices fitted op with neatness and despatch. , Repans ol at
prompt!}' attended to.

j. I. GRIFFIN,

106 BROAD St., COLUMBUS, %

1 IMPORTER,

tx

jf Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
And Sole Agent for
Eppino-'s Extract Buchu.
This Store open^ll night. Sign of the Crystal Mortar.

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Allen, Andersor, , r O giethci1 \!W5 I F'
Allen, Augustu > Freer &
Allen, Charles, Bridge. ' '
Allen, Chas. H, Alien, Frederic
thorpe.
Allen, George, i ip
Allen, George, Allen, James B U
het Frar Alien, Mrs. Jc*
ALLEN, PRE' 1 j-
Preer, a < mi. si. on r , ; Alleter, John, Allison, John, | Amos, Willian_ . , Wynns AmyetjWm. 1 ington i A my et & Co., Grocer 8 Andersop, Alt Anderson, Get Lihertit Anderson, Isa ford. Anderson, Jol ford. Anderson, Mi
Andrews, All
Andrews, Geo Andrews, lift
Bay, n
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Allen, Anderson W., manufacturer of Allen's So! Liniment, r Oglethorpe, ab BryanJ | f f.' y- gf .
Allen, Augustus M., of Preer, Illges & Co., and of Allen,

ah

IllgeS' r TronP> bet Bl.van and Franklin.-

Allen, Charles, c, laborer with J. L. Hogan, r Troupe, cor.

Bridge.

Allen, Chas. H., cotton buyer. Front, cor. St. Clair.

Alien, Frederick J., carpenter, r Early, bet Broad and Ogle

thorpe.

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Allen, George, c, laborer,' r Wynns Hill.

Allen, George, labor, Oglethorpe, r N. Liberties. .

Allen, James B., salesman, with Joseph and Bro.,;'r Forsyth

bet Franklin and ^Bryain

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Allen, Mrs. John'S., r Forsyth, bet Franklin and Bryan.'

ALLEN, PREER & ILLGES, (Augustus M. Allen, Peter Preer, and Abraham Illges), cotton factors and comrnision merchants, Front, corner St, Clair.
Alleter, John, clerk with F. Reich, r Broad,_ Allison, John, laborer, r Jackson, bet Fulton'and Covington. Amos, William M., carriage and wagon manufacturer, r
Wynns Hill.
Amyet, Wm. D., of Amyet & Co., r Oglethorpe, bet Wash ington and Bridge.
Amyet & Co., (Wm. D. Amyet, Absalom 0. Young,) family
Grocers, Oglethorpe, bel Washington.
Andersop, Alexander, c, saloon, Randolph, ab Oglethorpe.
Anderson, George, c, laborer, Commerce, corner Troup, N. Liberties.
Anderson, Isa, c, laborer, r Mercer, bet Thomas and Craw ford.
Anderson, John, c, laborer, r Front, bet Thomas and Craw ford.
Anderson, Michael, keeper city hospital, Covington. Andrews, Allan, c, carpenter, r Oglethorpe, N. Liberties. Andrews, George E., wholesale and family grocer, 146 Broad. Andrews, Harrison, c, porter with H. F. Abell & Co r
Bay, nr E. and P. Mills. ,, -

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Andrews, Jackson, c, nighi-watchman at Dudley's lumber yard, r Forsyth, bel Bryan.
Andrews, J. C. & Co., (Joseph C. Andrews and Mary A. Rag land), wholesale and family grocers, 132 Broad.
Andrews, J. C.,of J. C. Andrews & Co., r Jackson, bet

St. Clair and Crawford.

Andrews, Phelston, c, carpenter, r McIntosh, bet Thomas

and Baldwin.

Andrews, Tom, c, porter Southern Express Co., r Jackson,

bel Crawford.

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Andrews, Wilson, c, carpenter with Corbally & Chalmers,

r Forsyth, corner Covington. 1

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Andrews, Lucius, c, laborer with T. J. Dudley, r Mercer,

:

ab Randolph.

Andrews, Moses, c, laborer with T. J. Dudley. ' Anthony, Willis, c, store, Oglethorpe, bet Randolph and

Bryan, r nr Opelika depot. Appier, David W., cashier S. W. R.R., r Crawford, bet

Troup and Forsyth. Appleyard, John, dyer E. and P. Mf'g Co., r Troup, bet

Bridge and Washington. Appleyard, Thos. J., foreman printer with Columbus En

quirer, r Troup, bet Bridge and Washington.

Appling, Wm., c, carpenter with D. W. Champayne, r

McIntosh, bel Thomas. Armstrong, David, c, messenger_Ga;, Home Ins. Co., rFor-

syth, ab Covington. Armstrong, Minerva, c, washerwoman, Girard, Ala.

Armstrong, Reuben, c, Girard, Ala. Arnold, John W.,mail agent M. &. G. R.R., r Oglethorpe,

corner St. Clair. ASHURST, NELSON W., c, carpenter, Randolph, bel
Jackson, and pastor of Liberty Hill Baptist Church,

Browneville, Ala., r Marshall, Ala. Austin, Seborn J., physician,,r Crawford, bel Oglethorpe. Austin, Smith, c, city expressman, r Forsyth bet Baldwin

and FeV.

AUSTIN, TH(!H!

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Averett, David.

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Babbett, Emm Back, Abrahar Back & Newm,
ties doll Bacon, James if
Raudol] ) Bacon, John F BACON, R. / Baggage, BetsBailey, Doug
Tines, i Bailey, Ricba:
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Babbett, Emma, E. and P. Factory band, r Girard, Ala.

Back, Abraham, of Back^cfe Newman,.r Rankin House.

Back & Newman, (Abraham Back, Louis Newman,) varie

ties dollar store, 77 Broad.

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Bacon, James A., clerk W. R.R., r Troup, bet Bryan and

Randolph.

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Bacon, John E., physician, 109 Broad, r Troup ab Randolph.

BACON, R. A., agent W. R.R., r Troup, ab Randolph.

Baggage, Betsy, c, cook, r Girard, Ala.

Bailey, Douglass W. C., c, shoemaker with Wm. H.

Tines, r Mercer, corner Franklin.

Bailey, Richard B., pastor African Methodist Church, r

Oglethorpe, N. Liberties.

Bailey, Wm. c, employee with Sun Office, r McIntosh ab

Few.

Bailey, Mrs. Frances, r Troup, bet Bridge and Franklin.

Bailey, Henry C., conductor S. W. R. R., r Troup, bet

Bridge and Franklin.

Bailey, Elizabeth H., teacher female academy, r Troup, het

Bridge and Franklin.

Baine, Wash, c, carpenter with D. W. Champayne, and

saloon, Oglethorpe, ab Randolph, r McIntosh, bel

Thomas.

Baird, Lucius, c, laborer, r Troup, bel Washington.

Baird, -- tinner writh J. M. Bennett & Co. , r Marshall, Ala.

Baker, Bryant, c, laborer, r Forsyth, bet Baldwin and

Thomas.

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Baker, James M.j of Holland & Baker, r Brodnax, Girard,

Ala.

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Baldwin, Eliza, of Baldwlh & Benson, r Mercer, bet Craw

ford and St. Clair.

Baldwin, Isaac, c, laborer, r Forsyth bet Crawford and

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Baldwin, Louis J., engineer M. & G. R. R., r Forsyth, bet

Crawford and Thomas.

Baldwin, Mrs. Martha, r Girard, Ala.

Baldwin, Sam'l R., of Baldwin & Underwood, and of Bald

win & Co., r Girard, Ala.

Baldwin S. R. & Co., (Sam'l R. Baldwin and YVm. S. Poer)

. family Grocers, Broad, corner Bryan.

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Baldwin, William A., watchman at Ranh.in House, r Broad,

bet Crawford and St. Clair.

Baldwin & Benson (Eliza Baldwin and Emma Benson),

dress-makers, 108 Broad.

BALDWIN & UNDERWOOD, (Sam'l R. Baldwin and

Joshua H. A. Underwood), agents Wilson Sewing

Machine, 02 Broad.

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. -t Noah, c, blacksmith, r Girard, Ala.
Bell, Mrs Sarah M., Oglethorpe; above St. Clair/V BeUow, John E., salesman, Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma
chine, r Jackson cor early.

Bellow, Mrs Mary J., dressmaker, r Jackson cor Early. : Bennefield, Elizabeth, factory hand E and P. F. r Browne-
ville. Ala.

Bennefield, Martha, factory hand E.' and P. F., r Browne

ville, Ala.



Beiinefield, Mary, factory hand E. and P. F. r Bxowneville.

Bennefield, Needham, E and P. F., r Browneville.

Bennefield, Stephen, laborer, E. and P. F., r Browneville.

Bennett, Chas., c, harness-maker with H. Middlebrook, r

nr St. John's c. Church. |

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BBNNEU, JAMES M., of J. W. Dennis Ss (Id., and of

James M. Bennett & Co., r Forsyth bel Crawford.

Bennett, Jessee N., tinner with J. M. Bennett & Co., r

Browneville, Ala.

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BENNEJI, J. M. & CO., [James M. Bennett and L. E.
J. Milford,] stoves, tin ware and house furnishing,
tin roofing, &c., 131 Broad.

Bennett, Mingo, c, laborer, w. Marshall st. Girard, Ala. Penning, Henry L., of Penning & Penning, r Broad bet
Franklin and Bridge.

Penning, Patrick, c, carpenter with D. W. Champayne, r McIntosh, bel Thomas. -

Benning, Sam, .Oj porter with J. H. Hamilton, r Marshall Ala.

Benning, Seaborn J., ot Benning & Benning, r Broad, bet Franklin and Bridge.

BENNING & BENNING, [Henry L. and Seaborn J.,] attorneys at law, Broad, bel Bryan.
Benny, Sam, c, laborer, Marshall, Ala.

Benson, Emma, of Baldwin & Benson, r Girard, Ala. Benson, Henry, laborer S: W. R. R. shop, r Forsyth, bet
Franklin and Bryan.

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Broad, cor Franklin.

Beauregard, Lucien, c, vegetables, stall 6 market.

BERRY, WILLIAM W., brick manufacturer, nr W. R.R.

r Russell co., Ala.

Betz, Alice, saleslady with J. G. Strupper, r Troup, corner

Baldwin.

Betz. Mary Ella, seamstress, bet Troup and Forsyth.

Betz, Mrs. Emma, seamstress, r cor Troup and Baldwin.

Betz. Miss Emma, dressmaker, r Troup cor Baldwin.

Bickers, John, of Simon & John, r Troup, bet Few and

Early.

Biehler, Louisa, saleslady with Mrs. M. R. Howard, r Front,

bet Thomas and Baldwin.

Biehler, Mrs. Margaret, midwife and nurse, r Front, bet

Thomas and Baldwin.

Biehler, Peter, shoemaker with J. Kroll, r Front, bel

Thomas.

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shall, Ala. Boyd, Robert W., carpe Boyd, -- fireman N. an< Boykie, Charlton, c, lab Braden, Jeff, machinist 1
bet Front and Br Bradford, George A., cl
cor Crawford. Bradford, James A., of
1 i ford. Bradford, Jessee J., cl,
Baldwin and Fe\, , Bradford, Mark A., cleim
Crawford. Bradford, PleasantS., (
bet St. Clair and BRADFORD & CO., (
house, sign anc Oglethorpe. Brady, Mrs. Bridget, f; Brady, Charles, police Baldwin. Brady, John, policema ; Brain, John C., rnamfi
BRAMHALL, JOSDj
and watchmakei St. Clair.
B RANNON, ALEX A
Troup, bet St. t BRANNON, WM. H
bet St. Clair am Brantley, Amos W., b
Broad, cor Ram

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Bowers, L. G., cotton merchant, r Wynnton. Boyd, Alexander, engineer, N. & S. R.R., r Browneville. Boyd, Amelia, dressmaker with Mrs. L. P. Smith, r Browne

ville, Ala. Boyd, Bertha, dressmaker, with Mrs. L. P., Smith, r Mar

shall, Ala. Boyd, Robert W., carpenter, r Browneville, Ala.,. Boyd, -- fireman N, and S. R.R., r Girard, Ala. Boykie, Charlton, c, laborer, old field N. Liberties. Braden, Jeff, machinist Columbus Iron Works, r Thomas
bet Front and Broad. Bradford, George A., clerk with A. M. Brannon, r Troup,

cor Crawford. ; Bradford, James A., of Bradford & Co., r Troup, cor'Craw-

ford.v ;./>

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Bradford, Jessee j., clerk Superior Court, r Broad, bet

Baldwin and Few. / Bradford, Mark A., clerk with W. R. Kent, r Troup, cor

Crawford.

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Bradford, Pleasant S., ofiFrank C. Johnson & Co., r Troup,

bet St. Clair and Crawford. BRADFORD &CO., (James A. Bradford and Wm. Snow)
house, sign and ornamental painters, St. Clair, ab

Oglethorpe. Brady, Mrs. Bridget, family grocer, Crawford, ab Front. *
Brady, Charles, policeman, r McIntosh, bet Thomas and

Baldwin.

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Brady, John, policeman,"r Crawford, bet Broad and Front.

Brain, John C., manufacturer, r Front, cor Baldwin.

BRAMHALL, JOSEPH H., agt. Singer sewing machine,

and watchmaker and jeweler, 99 Broad, r Troup, cor

St. Clair.

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BRANNON, ALEXANDER 31., druggist, 135 Broad, r

Troup, bet St. Clair and Randolph. -

BRANNON, WM. H., of Peabody & Brannon, r Troup,

bet St. Clair and Randolph.

Brantley, Amos W., bookkeeper with Preer, Illges & Co., r

Broad, cor Randolph.



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WELCH & 0.
Carriage and Wagon Manufacturing and Repair Works,

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Bryan st., Between Broad and Oglethorpe, Columbus, Ga.

Country orders promptly filled. and warranted.

All work neatly Terms Cash.

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Being all practical workmen, and fully understanding our

business, we can guarantee the best of woikat the lowest

prices.



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COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

Fontaine Warehouse,

COLXJMBTJS, GEORGIA.

Liberal Advances made on Cotton in store or for

shipment.

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Brantley, John ji i Brasch, Chas kA
Bray, George, mack Hi
Bray, George, Bray, Henry, V
St. Clai : Bray, Jennie,
St. Clai ( Bray, Solomon
' cor Brif ljl Brennan, Ami i; Brewster, Wil f,i
Browne Bridwell, Mar ' ;
Bryan. ' Bridwell, Mrs j: ' Brigman, Sark
Randol Brinkley, Job ,
Ala. Brittain, Join Brittain, Mar Brittain, L., Brittain, Nan Brittingham,
Liber ti Brittingham, Brittingham,
Ala. Brittingham,
BRITTON.
thorpe Britton, Jam
Girarc Brohen, Mrs. Brock, John
ville.

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Brantley, John B., painter, C. R.R. depot, r Marshall, Ala.

Brasch, Chas. E., conductor M. and G. R.R., r Girard. Bray, George, drayman with Blount & Haiman, r Wo

mack Hill.
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Bray, George, r Oglethorpe, cor Bridge.

Bray, Henry, weaver with A. Clegg & Co., r Jackson, cor

St. Clair.

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Bray, Jennie, winder with A. Clegg & Co., r Jackson, cor

St. Clair.

Bray, Solomon, wagon yard and cattle dealer, r Oglethorpe,

cor Bridge.

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Brennan, Ambrose, r Girard, Ala.

Brewster, William, overseer loom room E. and P. F., r

' Browneville, Ala. Bridwell, Martha, weaver E. and P. F., r Oglethorpe bet

Bryan.

Bridwell, Mrs. Sophia, Oglethorpe ab Bryan.

Brigman, Sarah, winder with A. Clegg & Co., r Broad, bet

Randolph and Bryan.

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Brinkley, John, painter with S. W. R. R., r Browneville,

Ala. Brittain, John, laborer E. and P. factory, Girard, Ala.

Brittain, Mary L., E. and P. Mills, r Girard, Ala.

Brittain, L., laborer, r Girard, Ala. Brittain, Nancy, widow, Girard, Ala. Brittingham, James, E. and P. Mills, r Oglethorpe st., N.

Liberties^^J.-- Brittingham, Mrs. Lucinda, r Oglethorpe st., N. Liberties.

Brittingham, Nelson, supervisor M. and G. R.R., r Girard,

Ala. Brittingham, Mrs. Saleda, r Girard, Ala. BRITTON, JAMES, family grocer, 10 Broad, r Ogle
thorpe, bel Washington. Britton, Janies L., cabinet maker with Meyer & Busch, r

Girard, Ala. Broben, Mrs. Lucy, r Girard, Ala. Brock, John F., printer with Columbus Enquirer, r. Browne
ville.

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Brock, Pleasant, spinner E. and P. F., r Browneville. Brock, Sarah Anne, trimmer E. and P. F,, r Browneville Brockway, Chas., steamboat capt., r St.. Clair, cor Ogle

thorpe.

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Brodnas, James Jr,, clerk with W. J. Chaffin, r Front, bet

Early and Few. ,

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Brodnax, James, moulder, r Front, bet Early and Few.

Brooks, Chas., r Front, cor St. Clair. ' *
Brooks, Dr. Francis L., prescription druggist with Dr. It

A. Ware, r Front, cor Randolph.
Brooks, Florance B., machinists, r Columbus Iron Works.
BROOKS, FRANCIS M., Judge Ordinary Muscogee Co.,

r F 'ont, cor Randolph. Brooks, Jack, c, porter with Bedell & Co., r N. Liberties.

Brooks, John, c, laborer, r Troup, nr Bryan.

Brooks, John, engineer with S. W. R R., r Mercer, bet

Thomas and Crawford.
Brooks, John W., druggist, 10T Broad. '

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Brooks, Stephen S., pattern maker Columbus Iron Works,

r Broad, cor Early. Brooks, Wm. fireman with S. W. R.R., r Bryan, bet Mein-

tosh and Forsyth. Brooks, Willis, c, gardener, r Oglethorpe st N. Liber les.
Broom, James, fireman with W. R.R., r Mercer, cor S .

Clair.
Brown, Agnes, c, washerwoman, Marshall, A .
Brown, Alexander B,, mechanic, cor Troup st. N Liberties.
Brown, Alex., c, carpenter with Snyder & Gifford, r Bald

win, cor Troup. Brown, Allen, c, laborer, with C. Salvo & Co., r Forsyth,
cor Covington. Brown, Amelia, c, washerwoman, r Marshall, Ala. Brown, Annie, milliner with Mrs L. A. Lee, r 89 Bioad. Brown, Burrill, c, hostler with Disbrow & Co r Girard. Brown, Calvin, policeman, r Forsyth, bet Early and Few. Brown, Frank W., salesman Singer sewing machine, r coi

Troup, N. Liberties.

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Brown, George W., of G. Vji bet Baldwin and Few |
BROWN, GEO. W. & CG\
E. Costan,) family gi 194 and 196 Broad. > Brown, Henry, wool sorte ' Thomas and Baldwin Brown, Jesse, c, fireman on Brown, John, c, blacksmith Ala. Brown, John W., manager1 Mf'g Co. Brown, Mary, weaver E. a Brown, Rachael, c, washer Brown, Robert, E. and P. Brown, Roht. c, shoemake^
Clair and Randolph j ,
BROWN, WM. R., Pres|
r Broad, bet Thoma , Brown, Willis, c, ditcher,
BROWNE, J. RHODES :
Home Savings Ban' j cor St. Clair, r Jac | Browning, Amos, c, mil. Forsyth, bet Crawl Browning, Edward, car rard, Ala. 1 Browning, Fanny, c, sc I Forsyth, bet Craw Bruce, Henry, book-keep< Clair, cor Front. Bruce, Marion, carpenti
Thomas. Bruce, William W., en
Forsyth and JifeL Bryant, August, c, expr
ties.

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Brown, George W., of G. W. Brown & Co., r Oglethorpe,

bet Baldwin and Few.

BROWN, GEO. W. & CO., (Geo. W. Brown and Martin

E. Cos tan,) family grocers and fish and ice dealers,

194 and 196 Broad.

Brown, Henry, wool sorter, E. and P. Mills, r Front het

Thomas and Baldwin.

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Brown, Jesse, c, fireman on steamboat.

Brown, John, c, blacksmith with E. B. Cargill, r Marshall,

Ala.

Brown, John W., manager ginning department E. and P.

Mf g Co. Brown, Mary, weaver E. and P. F., Browneville, Ala. Brown, Rachael, c, washerwoman, commons N. Liberties. Brown, Robert, E. and P. F. r Browneville, Ala. j' ,, h Brown, Roht. c, shoemaker with J. Jones, r Broad, het St.
Clair and Randolph. BROWN, WM. R., president Columbus Iron Works Co.,
r Broad, het Thomas and Crawford. Brown, Willis, c, ditcher, r Girard, Ala. BROWNE, J. RHODES, President Ga. Home Bank, Ga.
Home Savings Bank, and Ga. Home Ins. Co. Broad, cor St. Clair, r Jackson, cor Franklin. Browning, Amos, c, mill hand with G. W. Browning, r

Forsyth, het Crawford and Thomas. Browning, Edward, car inspector with S. W. R.R., r Gi

rard, Ala. Browning, Fanny, c, school teacher Temperance Hall, r
Forsyth, het Crawford and Thomas. Bruce, Henry, book-keeper with E. and P. Mf g Co. r St.
Clair, cor Front. Bruce, Marion, carpenter, r McIntosh, het Crawford and

Thomas. Bruce, William W., engineer S. W. R.R., r Bryan, het
Forsyth and McIntosh. Bryant, August, c, expressman with Pridgeon, r N. Liber

ties.

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Bryant, Mary Jane, seamstress, Girard, Ala. Bryant, Thomas M., pilot r Broad, bet Early and Few. Bryant, Thomas, farmer, Girard, Ala.
Buchanan, Cicero, machinist with S. W. RB., r Browne-
ville, Ala. Buchanan, John F., carpenter with S. W. R.R., r Browne-
ville, Ala. . Buchanan, Mrs. Maria, r Browneville, Ala. Buchanan, Samuel W., machinist, Browneville, Ala. Buchanan, Thomas, carpenter with R. R. Goetchius & Co.
r Browneville, Ala. Bufoot, Philip, c, laborer, r Forsyth, cor Covington: BUHRER, JACOB, bridge builder, r Thomas, bet Broad
and Front. Bunnel, John, family grocer, r Baldwin, bet' Forsyth and
McIntosh. Burke, Henry, tin smith with S. W. R.R., r McIntosh ab
Baldwin. Burn, Boston, c, carpenter, r Girard, Ala. Burney, Jackson, c, bricklayer, r Troup, bet Early and
Fulton. Burns, Mrs. Margaret, milliner with Mrs. L. A. Lee, r
Thomas, cor Forsyth. Burns, Peter, bricklayer,*r cor Forsyth and Thomas. Burrus, Jacob G., 1amily grocer, Broad, cor Crawford, r
McIntosh, bet St. Clair and Crawford. Burrus, George J., book-keeper with F. J. Springer, r Ogle
thorpe, bet Few and Early. Burrus, Laurence M., o(' Burrus & Williams, r Broad, bet
Baldwin and Few. Burrus, William, of Frederick & Burrus, r Crawford, cor
McIntosh. BURRUS & WILLIAMS, (Laurence M. Burrus and Geo.
M. Williams,) cotton factors and commission mer
chants, Front, bel St. Clair. Burton, Wm, W., r Baldwin, bet Mclutosh and Mercer. BURLS, DUNCAN R., attorney at law, 95 Broad, r Troup
bet Bridge and Franklin.

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Busch, John G., of Meyers > ,, a .d. Crawford. j:
Bush, Calvin, carder, E. and 1 Bush, Joel, clerk with W. E.
Thomas and Crawford j 1 Bush, Mary, carder, E. and 1 ' Bush, Robert, stainer and va Bush, Thomas, cotton buyer.
Thomas. Bush, Tile, baker with W. I 1 Bussey, Henry C., supply cl<
ton, .cor Troup.
BUSSEY, Dr. NATHAN
r Washington, cor Tr Bussey, N. J. Jr., traveling ,'
Co., r Washington, mj Butch, Philis, c, waslierwon ' ,
Butler, Nathan, c, porter wif
Butler, Nathan, c. cotton sa,. Fulton.
BYRNE, JAMES,' brick ij,,1
thorpe, cor Bridge.
Cadenhead, Eliza, spinner Ala.
Cadenhead, Lorenzo, E. am Cadenhead, L., factory hai
Ala. Cadenhead, William, labor
ville, Ala. Cadman,' Alfred, gunsn\it
Broad. Cadman, Anthony, gun ai
fectioner, 34 Broad.

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Busch, John G., of Meyers & Busch, r Broad, bet Thomas

a .d Crawford.

Bush, Calvin, carder, E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Bush, Joel, clerk with W. E. Sandeford, r Forsyth, bet Craw-

Thomas and Crawford.

Bush, Mary, carder, E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Bush, Robert, stainer and varnisher, Broad, r Girard, Ala.

Bush, Thomas, cotton buyer, r Forsyth, bet Crawford and

Thomas.

Bush, Tile, baker with W. Ryneliart, r 157 Broad.

Bussey, Henry C., supply clerk E. and P. Mf., r Washing

ton, cor. Troup.

BUSSEY, Dr. NATHAN J., president E. and P. Mf. Co.,

r Washington, cor Troup.

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Bussey, X. J. Jr., traveling salesman with E. and P. Mf.

Co., r Washington, cor Troup.

Butch, Philis, c, washerwoman, Broad, r Girard, Ala.

Butler, Nathan, c, porter with Chattahoochee Nat. Bank.

Butler, Nathan, c. cotton sampler, r Jackson bet Early and

Fulton.

BYRNE, JAMES,' brick mason and contractor, r Ogle

thorpe, cor Bridge.

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Cadenhead, ElizST'spinner E. and P. F., r Browneville,

Ala.

Cadenhead, Lorenzo, E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Cadenhead, L., factory hand E. and P. F., r Browneville,

Ala.

Cadenhead, William, laborer E. and P. Factory, r Browne

ville, Ala.

Cadman, Alfred, gunsnyith with Anthony Cadman, r 34

Broad.

Cadman, Anthony, gun and locksmith, and baker and con

fectioner, 34 Broad.

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CALHOUN, ALFRED R., publisher and proprietor Daily

and Weekly Columbus Enquirer, Randolph, bet

Broad and Oglethorpe, r McIntosh, cor Randolph.

Calhoun, George, laborer E. and P. Factory.

Calhoun, James A., clerk with Rooney & Warner, r Jack-

son, hel Thomas.

Calhoun, Mrs. N., of Phelps & Calhoun, r Jackson, hel

rTmhomas.

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Callier, Wesley, c, hostler with' A. Gammel, r McIntosh,

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' bet Randolph and St. Clair.' Calvin, Mrs. Elizabeth, r Girard, Ala. Calvin, Wm. W., laborer, r Girard, Ala. Cantrell, Terrell L., salesman with J. King, r Randolph,

cor Forsyth.
Cargill, Edwin B., blacksmith with Edwin F. Cargill, Gi

rard, Ala. Cargill, Edwin F., family grocer, Girard, Ala. Cargill, James, salesman with E. and P. Mf g Co., r Front,

cor S. Clair. Cargill, John W., of Cargill & Daniel, r Crawford, bet For

syth and Troup. Cargill & Daniel, (John W. Cargill and James T. Daniel),
family grocers, Crawford, cor Oglethorpe. Carlson, John A., machinist with S. W. R.RV r McIntosh,

hel Crawford.



Carnes, James J., book-keeper banking-housepf. John King,

r Jackson, bet Franklin and Bridge. Carpenter, Mrs. Catherine, factory hand E. and P. F., r

Browneville, Ala. Carpenter, Dolly, factory hand E. and P. F., r Browneville.
Carpenter, Edward, fisherman, 12 Broad. CARRIGER, JOHN H., physician, Randolph nr Ogle

thorpe, r Russell co., Ala. Carson, John M., Editor Columbus Enquirer, r Rankin

House. Carson, Robt. A., clerk with A. M. Brannon, r Broad, cor

St. Clair.

In ; CARTER, JAMES D.,
son, bet Bryan and 1

Carter, John D., clerk witl Jackson, bet Bryan t,

Carter, Robt., Druggist, 8 j

Carter, Robt. E., clerk wit Carter, Stephen, blacksmit.

cor Crawford.

Carter, Thomas, train han .

Carter, Thomas B., cigar i:

r 18 Broad. '

Cary, Edward, laborer E. j

Baldwin and Thom:

Cary, Isaac F., of Cary &

Cary & Coghill, (Isaac F manufacturers of vj

hel Jacksou.

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Casey, Barnard D., const:'

Casey, Mrs. Hepsey, r Try

Cash, .Wm., captain policy,

Cash, Mrs. Caroline S., r

Cash, Edwin L., blacksmij Casstlehury, James, hoc:

Franklin, hel Ogh

Castleman, Humphreys,

Clair, ah Broad, r

Ceaser, Doc., c, porter

Intosh.

Central Hotel, Mrs. F. IV

Chaffin, George D., fam

Thomas.

CHAFFIN, THOMA!'
Merchants Buildi

St. Clair. Chaffin, Thomas, Sr., r

CHAFFIN, WM, J.,
ments, &c., 92 B

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CARTER, JAMES D., liats, caps, &c., 87 Broad, r Jack-

son, bet Bryan and Franklin.
Carter, John D., clerk with banking bouse of John King, r

Jackson, bet Bryan and Franklin, n

Carter, Robt., Druggist, 81 Broad, r Wynnton..

Carter, Robt. E., clerk with Robt. Carter, r 81 Broad.

Carter, Stephen, blacksmith with S. W. R.R., r McIntosh,

cor Crawford.

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Carter, Thomas, train hand, W. R.R., r Bryan cor Broad.

Carter, Thomas B., cigar maker with Geo. W. Brown & Co.

r 18 Broad.

Cary, Edward, laborer E. and P. M., r Short at river, bet

Baldwin and Thomas.

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Cary, Isaac F., of Cary & Cogbill, r Baldwin, cor Front.

Cary & Cogbill, (Isaac F. Cary and Leonidas H. Cogbill,)

manufacturers of wagons, carriages, &c., St. Clair,

bel Jackson. -

Casey, Barnard D., constable, r 52 Broad.

Casey, Mrs. Hepsey, r Troup, cor Covington;

Cash, .Win., captain police.

Cash, Mrs. Caroline S., mattress maker, 24 Broad.

Cash, Edwin L., blacksmith with David Littleton, r 24 Broad.
Casstlebury, James, book-keeper with J. H. Hamilton, r

Franklin, bel Oglethorpe.

Castleman, Humphreys, stock and provision broker, St.

..

Clair, ab Broad, r Wynnton.

Ceaser, Doc., c, porter with R. S. Crane, r Bryan, cor Mc

Intosh.

Central Hotel, Mrs. F. M. Gray, prop's, 140 and 142 Broad.

Chaffin, George D., family grocer, Broad, bet Crawford and

Thomas.

^

CHAFFIN, THOMAS, Jr., insurance agent, and pres.

Merchants Building and Loan Association, Broad cor

St. Clair.

Chaffin, Thomas, Sr., r Thomas, cor Jackson.

CHAFFIN, WM, J., books, stationery, musical instru

ments, &c., 92 Broad, r Thomas cor Jackson;-

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CHAFIN, THOS. P. physician, 109 Broad, r Forsyth ab

Randolph. Chafin, Edward, clerk with Sun office, r Forsyth bet Ran-

!

dolph and Bryan.

.

| Chalmers, George, mechanic at Columbus Iron Works, r Gi

rard Ala.



Chalmers, John G., of Corbally & Chalmers, r Oglethorpe,

bet Few and Early.

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Chambers, Edward P., salesman with Estes, Patterson &

Co., r Broad, bet St. Clair and Randolph.

Chambers, James H., of Redd, Chambers & Banks, Lowell

-

Warehouse.

Chambers, Wiley, c, Blacksmith with E. and P. F., r

Wynns Hill.

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Chambers, William H., of Redd, Chambers & Banks, r

Russell co., Ala.

1 ; '

Chambers, William, civil engineer, Memphis and Savannah

R.R., r Broad st., Girard, Ala.

! CHAMPAYNE, DAVID W., carpenter, contractor and

builder, Oglethorpe, ab Randolph, r Troup, bel

Thomas.

.<

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CHAPMAN, FOSTER S., druggist, Randolph, ab Broad,

r St. Clair, ab Troup.

L-

e ..

Chapman, Thomas, of Chapman & Yerstille, r Troup, cor

Randolph.
CHAP MAN & VERSTILLE, (Tlios. Chapman and Henry
W. Yerstille) dry goods and notions, clothing, &c.,

90 Broad. Chappell, James, fireman M. & G. R.R., r Mercer, bet

Crawford and St. Clair. Chappell, John G., fireman S. W. R.R. Chappell, Hon. A. H., a tty. at law, r Rose Hill. Chappell, Lucius IL, clerk with H. Castleman, r Rose Hill. ! Chappell, Tlios."J., atty. at law, and Justice of the Peace,

55 Broad, r Rose Hill. Charleston, Daniel, o, tinner with N. Crown, r nr Wynnton.

Chase, George W., professor of music, r Troup cor Crawford.

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CHATTAHOOCHE

BUS, 57 Bro :

Cheatham, Elizabetl '

CHENEY, DR. & . Crawford, bet \

Cheney, John C., of

and CrawTord ,

Cheney, Dr. John 1

Thomas and ;

Cherry, Samuel, col *

i * St. Clair.

CHILTON, R. H. i

Factory.

CHIPLEY, W. D."

tendent. N. a<

Christian, Dan, c, f.

Christian, Rev. The/ .

) r Forsyth, be

Christian, William y

St. Clair.

Clapp, Julius J., elk

cor Broad.

Clapp, Julius R., j

Clareddy, George, :,

Clareddy, Michael,

ville, Ala.

Clareddy, Nancy A CLARK, ALBER\

lege, 76 Bro

Clark, Elijah, c, be Few and Eo

Clark, Gabriel, c,

I

thorpe, N.

Clark, Henry, c, h*

Clark, John, c, of

and Crawfu

Clarke, Joseph, c,

A r~V

i

65

CHATTAHOOCHEE NATIONAL BANK OF COLUM

BUS, 51 Broad.

.

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Cheatham, Elizabeth, E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. `

CHENEY, DR. & SON, (John L. and John C.) druggists,

Crawford, bet Broad and Oglethorpe.
Cheney, John C., of Dr. Cheney & Son, r Troup, bet Thomas

and Crawford. Cheney, Dr. John L., of Dr. Cheney & Son,-r Troup, bet

Thomas and Crawford.

',

Cherry, Samuel, cotton buyer, r Troup, bet Randolph and

St Clair.
CHILTON, R. H., Pres. Columbus Factory, r Columbus

Factory.

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CHIPLEY, W. D., Secretary and Treasurer, and Superin-

. . 1 tendent N. and S. R.R., r head of Broad.'

Christian, Dan, c, fireman on steamboat Baudy Moore. -

Christian, Rev. Thomas D., presiding elder Co.umbus Dis
r Forsyth, bet Randolph and St. Clair

Christian, William, c, shoemaber, Mercer, bet Crawford an

St

*

Clapp, Julius J., clerk with S.vift, Murphy & Co., r Bryan,

Clapp JulfrE., of Boatrite & Clapp, r Columbus Facfy. Clareddy, George, mill hand E. and F. K r BTM-ev,lleClareddy, Michael, night-watchman E. and P. M., Bro

spooler, E. and P. F r Browneville '
CLARK ALBERT T. principal Columbus business
love 76 Broad, r Jackson, bo. St. Clair and Crawford

Clark, Elijah, c, boot and shoe maker, Broad, r Forsyth, bet

Few and Early.

.

Clark, Gabriel, c, preacher Af. Methodist Church, r Ogle

thorpe N. Liberties. Clark, Henry, c, laborer, r Old field, Oglethorpe N Libel^

Clark, John, c, of Simon & John, i Jackson,

and Crawford.

T

Tjmi

Clarke, Joseph, c, barber, of J. Clark & Son, r Wynns

.

mm

66

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CLARK, JOSEPH, Ac SON, c, (Joe. and John,) barbers,

Randolph ab Broad.

,

Clark, John, c, of Joe. Clark & Son, r nr S. W. R.R. depot.

Clark, Mrs. Sarah, r. Oglethorpe^ cor Washington.

Clarke, Peter J., clerk, r Crawford, bet Broad and Front. Clark, Simon, c, of Simon & John Clark, r Jackson, bet St.
Clair and Crawford.

Clark, Solomon, c, boot and shoe maker, Broad, bel Craw

ford, r Girard, Ala. CLARK WM. L., Supt. M. and G. R.R., and Gen'l Agt.

S. W. R.R., r Troup, het Randolph and Bryan.

Clay, Edward, mechanic, r Jackson, bet Few and Early.

Claystelly, Henry, house painter, r Girard, Ala.

Claystelly, James P., house painter, r Girard, Ala.

Clegg, Anthony, of A. Clegg & Co., r Oglethorpe, . cor

--r-- Commerce, N. Liberties. CLEGG, A. & CO., [Anthony Clegg, Chas. E. Dexter,
John Mcllhenny, and Robt. S. Stockton,] manufactu

rers of checks, ginghams, stripes, &c., St. Clair, cor

Jackson. Clegg, E. F., blacksmith with S. W. R.R.

Clegg, John, dray line, r Oglethorpe, N. Liberties.

Clegg, Ogden, foreman stripe weave room No. 2, E. and P.

Mf. Co., r Browneville, Ala.

Cleghorn, Sam'l B., r Perry House.

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It
r Willis S. Holstead.
Cotton Gins, C

Willis S. Holstead.

Laurence E. O'Keefe

Commission Merchants.

m It

DEALERS IN

Cotton Gins, Cotton Presses. Cotton Planters
-- ...... -STEAM EATOTNES TTORSE POWERS.

1 'Jr No. 92 Byroad street:. C'ol'um&us, Georgia,
DEALER IN*
Books
Writing Desks, Bibles and Hymn Books,
Picture Frames 'i Mouldings,
Blank Books and Writing Paper,

Coart, Win. C.,':;

son, bet

Cobbs, Daniel,

Cobb, James Mr

Cobb, Solon Mc| _

Cobb, Mrs. Jai ;

Cobb, Winters, .

Cocliran, Peter .

Crawfor xj
Cody, James A ,



Clair ai# f

CODY, J. A.I;

wbolesHfj

168 Brj ,

Cody, Wm. H:

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Clair a*;.

Coffield, W. I

Cogbill, Join Girard '

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a



Cogbill, LeotI|I : r

Cogbill, Mrs ji i

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Cole, Ezekiel

Cole, Rebecct|

Coleman, Ad^ i Clair, L

Coleman, Be [

Coleman, Cl i Broad

Coleman, Cl

Coleman, T1 ,

and I

Coleman, A

Mein

Collee, Men Collier, Lou ,

<

cor 1

r

69

Coart, Win. C., accountant with Ga. Home Ins. Co r Jack-

son, bet Franklin and Bridge.

Cobbs, Daniel, c, laborer, r Front, bet Few and Early.

Cobb, James M., laborer E. and P. F., r Girard, Ala.

Cobb, Solon Monroe, laborer E. and P. F., r Girard, Ala.

Cobb, Mrs. Jane, r Girard, Ala.



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Cobb, Winters, laborer, r Girard, Ala.

Cochran, Peter J., foreman machinist with S. W. R.R., r Crawford, cor Forsyth.

Cody, James A., of J. A. & W. H. Cody, r Front, bet St. Clair and Crawford.

CODY, J. A. & W. H., (James A. and William H.)

wholesale and family grocers, plantation supplies, 168 Broad, cor Crawford.

Cody, Wm. H., of J. A. & W. H. Cody, r Front, bet St.

Clair and Crawford, v, '

}

CofSeld, W. I., miller, r Oglethorpe, N. Liberties.

Cogbill, John W., carpenter, at Columbus Iron Works, r

, . Girard, Ala.

Cogbill, Leonidas H., of Cary & Cogbill, r Girard, Ala. Cogbill, Mrs Mary H., r Girard A1

Cole, Ezekiel, carpenter, r Browi

Cole, Rebecca, spinner E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Coleman, Adolphus, A., operator W. U. Telegraph, St. Clair, cor Broad.

Coleman, Benjamin F., bricklayer, r Broad cor Few.

Coleman, Charles, attorney at law, Broad, cor St, Clair, r

Broad, cor Few.

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Coleman, Clifford, r St, Clair, cor Jackson.

Coleman, Thomas G., brick manufacturer, r Few bet Front

and Broad.

J

Coleman, Wesley, c, pressman with Columbus Enquirer, r

Collier, Louis A., clerk with Gawley and Lewis, r Baldwin

cor Troup.

Collier, Louis M., blacksmith with S. W. R.R., r Troup, cor

Baldwin.; ,

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Jollin^ham, John, "brick mason, r Girard, Ala. lollins, Chas. cabinet maker with Daniel Collins, r Girar ,

^OLLINS, DANIEL, manufacturer of furniture, blinds, doors, &c., and turning, Front, cor Thomas, r G -
rank Ala. Collins, Ed. c, laborer with T. J. Dudley. - _^ Collins, James, cabinet maker with Daniel Collins,

Collins" Jerry ^ fireman with G. W. Woodward.

Collins, John, expressman with A. D.

,

shall, Ala.

.

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r

Collins, United S,, cabinet maker w.th Danrel Coll,ns,

Col 1 ins^William]llresser with Muscogee Manfg Company,

killing fTB ftman with 8 W. Mo *^ard, Ala.

lolton, Joe, c, plasterer, r Oglethorpe st .

iolumhus Ice Manfg Company, a5'>

r

lolnmhus, Iron Works Co thorny oor Bay.^ .

lolumhus Manufacturing CoO'I'O'iy,

pj

3olvi, John A., conductor W B.B-, r

;

Jolvin, Mrs. Mary, of Con

, y Donnelly),

Jolvin & Donnelly, (Mary ColTM. and Ann V. l

.

P*53T*! BW^St. Clair, cor

ConneirCXnie, dressmaker with Baldwin * Benson,



r jThWof rj H. Connor & Co., r Thomas, bet

Conuor, John ti., oi o.

Broad and Front.

in McGovern")

p nr t u & Co , (John H. Connor and W in McGover ;

Conway, James H., salesman
Cooke,Ribald, M. 40.B.,r ^B^nevUle,' Ala. SokI', CtiaW^^t a^.

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>*' Cj -o -

Cooke,

Cibal,

c,

shoemaker

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Cooke, Wm. H., clerk vvitl

Cook, James T., butcher, Oglethorpe, bet St.

,.i.(

Cook, Van, Supt. Thread

Cooke, Wm. A., clerk, r (

Cooper, Wm. B., section

of Randolph.

Coulter, Thomas, dresser '

Ala. Cook, Zibo, c, boot and fl;
dolph and Bryan,

Cooper, Henry, c, brickie

COOPER, ISHAM, c, f

thorpe.

Cooper, Joe, laborer, Gii

Cooper. Julia, c, w a shell

Cooper, Sarah, c, Washi

Cooper, Thomas, baggag' bet Forsyth and I;
Copeland, Joseph B., d" } Copland, Mary, weaver . T

Corbally, John A., ofC
thorpe and Jacks
cORB ALLY & OHA
John G. Chalme

tors, 192 Broad.

Corbert, Frank, steam!

Coicoran, Charles W.,

Corcoran, Emma E., F|

Corcoran, John It., hi

Corcoran, Thomas, cat

shall, Ala.

Corlee, Mrs. Eli/ V |

Corlee, Merriday, be :

Corlee, John, factory

Corlee, Lurani, spool

Cormack, Amanda M

71

Cooke, Cibal, c, shoemaker, r Oglethorpe st. N. Liberties.

Cooke, Wm. H., clerk with C. E. Booher, r Girard, Ala; '

Cook, James T., butcher, stalls, Nos. 15 and 17 market, r Oglethorpe, bet St. Clair and Crawford.

Cook, Van, Supt. Thread Mills, E. and P. Mf'g Co.

Cooke, Wm. A., clerk, r Girard, Ala.

Cooper, Wm. B., section overseer with S. W. R.R., r head

of Randolph.

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Coulter, Thomas, dresser with Muscogee Mf'g Co. r Girard,

Ala... i

ti

Cook, Zibo, c, boot and shoemaker, Oglethorpe, bet Ran

dolph and Bryan, r old field.

Cooper, Henry, c, bricklayer, nr branch, N. Liberties.

COOPER, ISHAM, c, family grocer, Randolph, bel Ogle

thorpe.

,

Cooper, Joe, laborer, Girard, Ala.

Cooper, Julia, c, washerwoman, Washington, nr cemetery.

Cooper, Sarah, c, Washington, ab Randolph.

Cooper, Thomas, baggage master M. and G. R.R., r Thomas,

bet Forsyth and McIntosh. '

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Copeland, Joseph B., dealer in Wood, r Browneville, Ala.

Copland, Mary, weaver E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Corbally, John A., ofCorbally & Chalmers, r Few bet Ogle

thorpe and Jackson.

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CORBALLY & CHALMERS, (John A. Corbally and

John G. Chalmers,) carpenters, builders and contrac

tors, 192 Broad.

Corbert, Frank,'steamboat engineer Julia St. Clair.

Coicoran, Charles W., E. and P. Factory, r Marshall, Ala.

Corcoran, Emma E., E. and P. F., Marshall, Ala.

Corcoran, John H., laborer E. and P. F., r Marshall, Ala.

Corcoran, Thomas, carpenter Columbus Iron Works, r Mar

shall, Ala.

Corlee, Mrs. Elizabeth, r Browneville, Ala.

Corlee, Merriday, factory hand E, and P. F., r Browneville.

Corlee, John, factory hand E. and P. F., r Bowneville.

Corlee, Lurani, spooler E. and P. F., r Browneville.

Cormack, Amanda M., spinner E. and P. F., r Browneville.

72'-

Cormack, N., weaver, E. and F. F., r Browneville.' _ v Cormack, Elizabeth, weaver, E. and P. F., r Browneville. Cormack, James A., carder, E. and P. F,, r Browneville.

Cormack, John, laborer, E. and P. F. r Browneville. Cormack, John T., warper E. and P. F., r Browneville.

Cormack, Mrs.. Martha, r Browneville. / ' Cormack, Melissa, weaver, E. and P. F., r Browneville.
Costan, Martin E., of G. W. Brown & Co., r Jackson, bet

Few and Early.

COSTELLO, JAMES D., clerk with T. M. Haddock, r

bet Crawford and Thomas,

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Couch, Charles M., express messenger M* and G. R.RV r

Broad, bet Few and Early. Couch, Eli, fisherman, r Girard, Ala. Couch, Mrs. Elizabeth J., r Broad, bet Few and Early. Couch, Frank, dyer with A. Clegg & Co , r Girard, Ala. Couch, Mrs Rachel, weaver with A Clegg & Co., r Guard.
Coulston, Jacob, c, laborer with Jas Lee, r Girard, Ala. Coulter, Bang, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Coulter, Georgia Ann, weaver E. and P. F., r Browneville. Coulter, Henry H., butcher with Pierce Coulter, r Browne

ville, Ala.

v

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Coulter, Levi, butcher, Girard, r Browneville.

Coulter, Pierce, butcher, r Browneville.

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Coulter, Susan, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville.

Courtney, Thomas, baker with A. Cadman,_j 34 Broad.

Cowdery, Claudius L., clerk with F. Landon & Co., r 91

Broad. COWDERY, LESTER L., crockery, china and glass
ware, and house furnishing goods, Ga Home Build

ing 120 Broad, bel St. Clair, r Rose Hill. Cowdery Lester L. Jr., clerk with L. L. Cowdery, r Rose Hill.

Cox, Green, c, fisherman, i: N\ Liberties. Crabtree, Elias, quiller E. and P. F., r Browneville. .

Crabtree, Mrsv Mary, r Browneville. ^

Craggs, Luke A., c, miller at City Mill, r Ogletorpe st. N.

Liberties.

Crane, Robt. S., family thorpe bet Few a,

Crane, Samuei, book-ke

CRANE, WILLIAM, d ab Oglethorpe, ri j '

CRA WFORD, BENN r Troup, cor Brj.

Crawford, Gordon, c, b Og1 lethorpe. 1 \

Crawford, John, c, sab

.Hill.



Crawford, Louis, c, laly

Mercer.

J

Crawford, Martin J., ( '

Jackson.

Crawford, Martin J. J

& Illges, r Bry Crawford, Mary, weav

ington.

Crawford, Moses C., if

CRAWFORD, REES bel Franklin.

Crawford, Mrs. Sarah i

Crawford, Sarah C., 1 rard, Ala.
Crenshaw, Mrs. Rose i

CRICHTON, CHAR
fectioner, 151

Crigler, Henry T., ol dolph and St.

Crigler, Mary, widov 1

CRIGLER A CORl
C. Gordon,] d

Croft, Henry, liarne ',

etery. \Progan, Patrick, ma
dolph, cor Tr

73

Crane, Robt. S., family grocer, Broad cor Randolph, r Ogle

thorpe bet Few and Early.

:

Crane, Samuel, boolc-keeper with R. S. Crane, r Bealwood.

CRANE, WILLIAM, saddle and harness maker, Randolph,

ah Oglethorpe, r Forsyth, ah Bridge.

CRA WFORD, BENNETT H., attorney at law, 101 J3road,

r Troup, cor Bryan.

Crawford, Gordon, c, hoot and shoe maker, r Randolph hel

Oglethorpe.

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Crawford, John, c, saloon at S. W. R.R. depot, r Wynns

.Hill.

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Crawford, Louis, c, laborer, r Baldwin, bet McIntosh and

Mercer.

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Crawford, Martin J., of Ingram & Crawford, r Bryan, cor

Jackson.

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Crawford, Martin J. Jr., shipping clerk with Allen, Preer

& Illges, r Bryan cor Jackson. '

Crawford, Mary, weaver E. and P. Mills, Troup, cor Cov

ington.

1

ban '.3, t&ttitfil

Crawford, Moses C., farmer, r Girard, Ala.

CRAWFORD, REESE, atty. at law, 101 Broad, r Troup,

hel Franklin.

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.

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Crawford, Mrs. Sarah, r Troup, cor Covington.

Crawford, Sarah C., dressmaker, nr M. and G. R.R., Gi

rard, Ala. ; | ; 7

Crenshaw, Mrs. Rosetta, c, Bridge.

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CRICHTON, CHARLES, agt., Columbus bakery and con

fectioner, 151 Broad.

Crigler, Henry T., of Crigler & Gordon, r Front, bet Ran

dolph and St. Clair.Crigler, Mary, widow, r Girard, Ala. CRIGLER & GORDON, [Henry T. Crigler and Melville
C. Gordon,] dry goods and notions, 70 Broad. > Croft, Henry, harness maker with W. R. Kent, r nr cem

etery. Crogan, Patrick, marble worker with H. McCauley, r Ran

dolph, cor Troup.

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Cromby, Kildare, c, r Girard, Ala. CRONIN, DENNIS E., dealer in pictures, looking glasses
and clocks, Front, next Empire Mill. . Aj CRO WN NATHAN, stoves, tin, sheet iron and copper ware,
and roofer, Randolph, het Broad and Oglethorpe, r
Jackson, het Franklin and Bridge. Croken, Mrs. Bridget, r Forsyth, cor Randolph. Croken, Patiick, stonecutter with McCauley, r Forsyth, cor

Randolph.

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Cropper, Allen, c, blacksmith with Blount & Haiman, r

Mercer het Baldwin and Early.

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Crouch, George W., foreman spinning room No. 1 E. and P.

Factory,r Jackson, N. Liberties.

CROWELL FRANK, c, saloon and restaurant, r Ogle

thorpe, opposite market house. Crump, Erasmus, laborer, r Troup, het Few and Early. Crump, Richard, c, drayman with R. Deignan, r Troup,

het Few and Early.

;

Cullen, Mrs. Mary Jane, weaver E. and P. F., r Browne-

ville, Ala.

T

Ururnby, Charles H., c, barber with W. E. Terry, r I\ c n-

tosh, het Thomas and Baldwin.

Cunegam, Augustus, c, carpenter, r Wynnton. i

Cunningham, Washington, c, carpenter, cor McIntosh an

Few. Cupper, Geo. W., weaver E. and P. Factory^
Cupper, Mrs. Matilda, Girard, Ala. Cupper, Nancy, spinner E. and P. F r Guard Ala Cupper, P. Anne, spinner E. and P K,, r G.rard Ala. Cupper, Reenie, weaver E. and P. F., r Guard, Ala. Cufran; Peter, family grocer, r Crawford, bet Broad and

Curtis, Norris N,, of Wells & Curtis, r Broad cor Baldwin.

Curry, James T., engineer with M. and G. R.R.,

tosh, ah Cushman, Mr rs.

TJ-hraonme_ aqbs..,

music

tteeaacchneerr,

r

cor

McTIntiosrh

anda

Randolph.

.

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Daniel, Asa B., salesmg

Broad, hel St. Cl 4

Daniel, James T., of Ca |

ford and Thomas :

Daniel, Lunsford, carrie `

son, het Randolp i :

Daniel, Thomas H., pril r ,

ins-

.

Dann, Robert E., print" ; .

thorpe, het Bald

Darling, Albert, c, trai

ties.

!J

Darnell, Mrs, Mary, r

Davenport, Floyd, c, 1;' |

win, het Forsvtl '

David, David, commiss ;

St. Clair and Ci

Davidson, E. L. brick

Davidson, Frank, prin ,

Davidson, Stillman, ca^ ^

ties.

Davis, Allen, c, lahol

Liberties.

1

Davis Alphonzo, hla

r Baldwin, het! (

Davis, Andrew, c, car 1

Davis, Mrs. Anna M.,

Davis, Augusta, r Gi

Davis, Edmund, c, t 1

Forsyth, het C,

Davis, Eliza, factuiy

Davis, Mrs. Em in
Davis, Frank, c, ai,

Davis, Gabriel, c, slu

Davis, George, labort

Davis, Gus., c, porfcei

y D

Daniel, AsaB., salesman with Chapman & Verstille, 128 Broad, hel St. Clair.

Daniel, James T., of Cargill & Daniel, r Forsyth, bet Craw

ford and Thomas.

<

Daniel, Lunsford, carrier with Columbus Enquirer, r Jack-

son, hel. Randolph and St. Clair.

''

Daniel, Thomas H., printer with Sun office, r at office build ing.

Dann, Robert E., printer with Columbus Enquirer, r Ogle thorpe, bet Baldwin and Few.
Darling, Albert, c, train hand N. and S. R.R., r N. Liber ties.
Darnell, Mrs, Mary, r Browneville, Ala. Davenport, Floyd, c, laborer Columbus Iron Works, r Bald
win, bet Forsyth and McIntosh.

David, David, commission grocery merchant, r Jackson bet

St. Clair and Crawford.

Davidson, E. L. brick mason, r Girard, Ala.

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Davidson, Frank, printer with Sun office, r N. Liberties.

Davidson, Stillman, carpenter with S. W. R.R., r N. Liber

ties.

Davis, Allen, c, laborer with Swift, Murphy & Co. r N.

Liberties.

Davis Alphonzo, blacksmith striker with S. W. R.'R.,

/ *

r Baldwin, bet Forsyth and McIntosh.

Davis, Andrew, c,^carpenter with Corbally and Chalmers.

Davis, Mrs. Anna M., r Jackson, cor Fulton.

Davis, Augusta, r Girard, Ala. ?

Davis, Edmund, c, carpenter with D. W. Champayne, r

Forsyth, bet Crawford and Thomas.

Davis, Eliza, factory hand E. and P. F., r Browneville.

Davis, Mrs. Emmeline, r Browneville.

Davis, Frank, c, carpenter, r Forsyth, bet Few and Early.

Davis, Gabriel, c, shoemaker, r nr A. M. E. Church.

Davis, George, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville.

Davis, Gus., c, porter with J. I. Griffin, 106 Broad.

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. 7' 6~ s : iff $ | i ! r f i ^ ' t | . :

- Davis, Henry, ^ laborer/r Troup, bet Early and Fulton.

Davis, Henry, c, shoemaker with R. C. Pope, r Oglethorpe,

bet Randolph and Bryan. . ,

Davis, Hudson, c, porter with Bedell & Ware, r N. Liber

ties. Davis, Jas., c, laborer, r Baldwin bet McIntosh and Mercer.
Davis, James, c, cook, r Bridge, bel Oglethorpe. Davis, James E., clerk with Mrs. L. A Lee, r Baldwin, cor

Forsythe.-

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Davis, James R., salesman with Peacock & Swift, r, 117

Broad. Davis, John, c, carpenter with Corbally and Chalmers. Davis, Joe, c, laborer, r Water st. N. Liberties. Davis, Lucinda, factory hand E. and P. F. r Browneville. Davis, Paul, c, laborer, r Troup bet Bridge and Washington. Davis, Price, tinner with J. M. Bennett & Co., r Troup, bet
Crawford and Thomas. ' DAVIS, RANSOM A., wheelwright, Bryan, ab Oglethorpe,

r Marshall, Ala. Davis, Mrs. Susan, r Girard, Ala. Davis, Virgil, laborer with E. and P. F., r Girard, Ala. Davis, William, card grinder with E. and P. F., r Browne

ville, Ala. Davis, William, of LaHatt & Co., r Broad, ab Crawford.

Davis, William S., bookkeeper, r Jackson, cor Fulton sts.

Davison, John, wood dealer, Girard, Ala.

Dawson, Elijah, c, brickmason, r Troup st N. Llbei_tiesDawson, Lizzie, c, washerwoman, w St. John s (col) Chuic 1.
Dawson, William, vegetables, Stall No. 11.

Day, Ewell J., laborer E and P. F,, r Browneville, Ala

Day, Henry E,, of F. Landon & Co., r Montgomery, Ala.

Day, Mrs. Mary A., dressmaker, Warren, cor Broad

Dean, John T., blacksmith, with S. W. R. R-, r 184 Bloa

Dean, Mary E., tobacconist, r 184 Broad.

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Deaton, James E., of L. D. Deaton & Son r 129 Br0*d-
Deaton, Lorenzo D., of L. D. Deaton & Son, r 129 Broad.
Deaton, L.D.& Son, (Lorenzo D. and James E.) house

furnishing, dry goods, grocers, &c., 129 Broad.

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J. RHODES BROWN:"

Pre. . t . * Receives Depos:' -

wards, allowing in.

annum, compound1 T i

By the terms of the A- \
the Company, and tt ; pledged for the obliga I

SAX e

a; IN

CO
CAPITAL, '
J. RHODES BROWN!t7 1 GEO,, i
Offers indemnity' insura1 1
LOSSES PAI
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CO LJ ; J. RHODES BROWS
GENE? ^
Buys and sell -,' Collections made made, without char

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COLUMBUS, GA

J. RHODES BROWNE,

GEO. W. DILLINGHAM,

President.

Treds'r.

Receives Deposits in sums of One Dollar and up

wards, allowing interest at the rate of 7 per cent, per

annum, compounded Four Times a Year.

Ifythc terms of the Company's Charter, the entire property of the Company, and the private property of the Stockholders, is pledged for the obligations of the
HAVINGS BANK.

INCORPORATED 1859.

COLUMBUS, GA.

CAPITAL AND ASSETS $500,000 00.

J. RHODES BROWNE, Pres.

D, F. WILLCOX, Sec'rv.

GEO. W. DILLINGHAM, Treasurer.

Offers indemnity against loss by fire on all classes of

insurable risks, at adequate rates.

LOSSES PAID IN 14 YEARS, $950,000 00.

GEORGIA HOME BANK
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA.
J. RHODES BROWNE, Pres. . GEO. W. DILLINGHAM, Cashr. A TRANSACTS
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS,
Receives Deposits.
Buys and sells Exchange, Bonds, Stocks, and Coin. Collections made on all accessible points, and immediate returns made, without charge beyond the current rate of Exchange.

90 Broad street, Columbus, Ga.

We keep our Stock replenished with the Choicest, Best and Leading Brands of all the various lines

Staple, Fancy, and Domestic

known to the Trade, which we sell at Lowest Prices, to

meet the wants of consumers at all seasons.

Thos. Chapman.

H. W- Verstille.

1 Decke' r, Andrew, c :
j DeGraffenreid, Ed

dolph.

Deignan, Patrick,,,

Front

Deignan, Richard . ford.
i
Deignan, Thomas, .

ah Few.

DeLauney, Gusta

Dennis, Frank, cl|

Ala.

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Dennis, James W (
bet Bridge J DENNIS, J. W, j

M. Ben net:. 1

low ware, ,,

Dennis, Leroy, c,

Few.

Dennis, Thomas,.

Denson, James IVjc

Works Co.

Dessau, Moses Id

Dessau, Mrs. Rel (

Devir, Hugh, fai t
DeVOTIE, J. G

Clair.

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Devore, Thomas

dolph, hot

Devore, Walter (

Dewherry, Willi

Ala.

DeWolf, W. S.,

bel Hand* ,
Dews, George M ,
het Bryan

Dexter, Amory,

bet Randt

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f t 79~ ? T'T l.TJW frK,* iC,' is'n,

Decker, Andrew, carder, E. and P. F., r Brownevule, Ala.

DeGraffenreid, Edwin F , pliysician, r Oglethorpe, bel Ran

dolph. Deignan, Patrick, family grocer, r Crawford, bet Broad and

Front Deignan, Richard, dry goods and groceries, Front cor Craw

ford. Deignan, Thomas M., clerk with R. Deignan, r Oglethorpe,

ah Few.

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DeLauney, Gustavius, office at Ennis', r Linwood.

Dennis, Frank, clerk with Swift, Murphy & Co., r Girard,

Ala. Dennis, James W., of J. W. Dennis & Co., r Oglethorpe,
bet Bridge and Franklin. DENNIS, J. W., & CO., (James W. Dennis and James
M. Bennett,) manufacturers of stoves, grates and hol low ware, Oglethorpe, het Bridge and Franklin. Dennis, Leroy, c, porter with Estes & Bro., r Jackson, bel

Few.,

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Dennis, Thomas, carpenter, r Girard, Ala.

Denson, James M., secretary and treasurer Columbus ron

Works Co.', r BrOad, cor St. Clair.

Dessau, Moses H., r 108 Broad.

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Dessau, Mrs. Rebecca, millinery and fancy goods, 108 Broad.

Devir, Hugh, family grocer, r cor Baldwin and Mercer.

DeVOTIE, J. G., city editor Daily Sun, r Broad, cor St.

Clair. Devore, Thomas J, crockery, china and glass ware, Ran
dolph, bet Broad and Oglethorpe, r TO Broad.
Devore, Walter A., clerk with T. J. Devore, r TO Broad
Dewberry, William, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville,

DeWolf, W. S., book-keeper with Daily Sun, i Foisyth,

bel Randolph. Dews, George M., superintendent public schools, r Forsyth,

het Bryan and Randolph.

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Dexter, Amory, of Chas. E. & Amory Dexter, r Borsyth,

bet Randolph and St. Clair.

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DEXTER, CHAS. E., of Chas. E. & Amorv Dexter, and Treas'r Columbus Gas L. Co., and of A. Clegg & Co. r Forsyth, bet Randolph and St. Clair.
DEXTER, CHAS. E. & AMORY, cotton buyers and com. merc'ts, Front, bet St. Clair and Crawford.
Dickens, D., speeder, E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Dickens, Mrs. Effie, r Browneville, Ala. Dickens, He ny, factory band, E. and P. F., r Browneville,

Ala. Dickens, Hedocia, reeler, E. and P. F., Browneville, Ala. Dickerson, Joseph, baggage master W. R. R , r Oglethorpe,

cor Fulton.

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Dickens, William, factory hand, E. and P. F., r Browne

ville, Ala. Dickerson, Stephen, upholsterer, r Broad, cor Franklin. Dickinson, Laura, c, washerwoman, Marshall, Ala. Dickinson, Rose, c, washerwoman, Marshall, Ala. Digges, Reuben, c, carpenter, Brodnax st, Girard, Ala. Dillard, Mrs. Sarah J., r cor Oglethorpe and Few. DILLINGHAM, GEO. W., Cashier Ga. Home Bank,
Treas'r of Ga. Home Savings Bank and Ga. Home Ins. Co., Broad, cor St. Clair, r Broad, bet Few and

Early.

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Diman, Joseph K., vegetables, Stall No. 27.

Dinkins, Alpha, foreman wool weave room, E. and P. F.,

r Marshall, Ala. ( Disbrow, John, of Disbrow & Co., r Bryan, cor Oglethorpe. Disbrow & Co., (John Disbrow), livery, sale and feed sta
bles, Oglethorpe, bet Bryan Randolph. Dishroon, James, c, laborer, S. W. R. R , r nr St. John's

col Church. Dixon, Chas. F., prescription clerk, with C. J. Moffett, r
Troup, bet Randolph and St. Clair. Dixon, Clara, winder, with A. Clegg & Co., Warren, bet

Broad and Oglethorpe. Dixon, Mrs. Harriet, seamstress, r Front, bet Thomas and

Baldwin.

Dixon, Margaret, quillet!'. and Baldwin. -
Dixon, Mrs. Mary, r OgDixon, Wash, c, waiter;
Randolph .and St. A, Dodd, John, groceries, i! Dolan, Mrs. Bridget, r 1
ford and Thomas ; Doles, George W., faini lj| Doomsday,_ Stephen, his
tosh and Crawfor* Donnelly, Ann V., of
bet Few and Bal 1 Donnelly, Francis X., 1
tliorpe, Let Bald' | Donnelly, John, of J. <
Baldwin and Fef 1
DONNELLY, J. d I
grocers and dry 1 Dorass, John, fireman,' i Dorn, Maier, cigar mai1 Dorsey, Georgia, seam:; Doudy, Austin, c, laho Douglas, Geo. C., spei1
cor St. Clair. I
Douglass, Thos. 0., s rj| Dove, Mrs. Sarah, r G 1
DO WNING LENDEl
harts & Co., 10 Baldwin.
DOZIER, ALONZO
Hotel. Dozier, John, c, sh< n Dozier, Dan'l P., salcji
70 Broad. Drayton, Jake, c, lal>< Dredgers, Mrs. Amai
Ala.

81

Dixon, Margaret, quiller Clegg Mills, r Front, Let Thomas

and Baldwin. -

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Dixon, Mrs. Mary, r Oglethorpe, bel Randolph.

Dixon, Wash, c, waiter, with B. Hawkins, r Front, bet

Randolph and St. Clair.

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Dodd, John, groceries, &C., cor McIntosh and Early.

Dolan, Mrs. Bridget, r Front, cor Dillingham, bet Craw

ford and Thomas.

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Doles, George W., family grocer, Marshall, Ala. *

Doomsday^ Stephen, blacksmith, S. W. R. R-, r cor McIn

tosh and Crawford.

Donnelly, Ann V., of Colvin & Donnelly, r Oglethorpe,

bet Few and Baldwin.

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Donnelly, Francis X., of J. & F. X. Donnelly, r Ogle thorpe, bet Baldwin and Few.

Donnelly, John, of J. & F. X. Donnelly, r Oglethorpe, bet

Baldwin and Few.

DONNELLY, J. & F. X., (John & Francis X.,) family

grocers and dry goods, 163 Broad.

Dorass, John, fireman, with S. W. R. R.

Dorn, Maier, cigar manuf'r, Broad, cor St. Clair, r same.

Dorsey, Georgia, seamstress, cor McIntosh and Baldwin.

Doudy, Austin, c, laborer, r Jackson, bet Baldwin and Few.

Douglas, Geo. C., special agt Ga Home Ins Co, r Broad,

cor St. Clair. ,

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Douglass, Thos. 0., salesman, with J. Ennis, r 97 Broad.

Dove, Mrs. Sarah^.r Girard, Ala.

DOWNING LEMUEL T., att'y-at-law, and of Win. H. Ro-

barts & Co., 107 Broad, r Broad, bet Thomas and

Baldwin.

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DO/IhR, ALOEZO A., att'y-at-law, 126 Broad, r Central Hotel.

Dozier, John, c, shoemaker, old field, N. Liberties..1

Dozier, Dan'l P., salesman, with John McGough & Co., r

70 Broad.

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Drayton, Jake, c, laborer, r Forsyth, bet Few and Baldwin.

Dredgers, Mrs. Amanda, weaver, E. and P., Browneville,

Ala.

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Dredgers, Clara, weaver, r Brovvneville, Ala.

Duck, Chas., laborer, E. and P F., r Browneville, Ala.

Ducket, Dennis, c, mill hand, with G. W. Woodruff:

Duck, Janies P., carpenter, r Browneville, Ala.

Duck, Georgiana, weaver, E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Duck, Mary E,, weaver, E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Dudley, Charles H., Supt, with T. J. Dudley, r Troup, bet

Randolph and Bryan.

DUDLEY, THOMAS J., saw and planing mill and lum

ber yard, Mercer, ab Randolph, r Troup bet Ran

dolph and Bryan..

Duffy, Henry S , moulder, cor McIntosh and Thomas.

Dukes, David, c, drayman, with R. R. Thweatt, Front, bel

St.Clair. ;

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Duncan, Joel H., operator at Rankin House of So. and A.

Tel. Co., r Rankin House,

DUNCAN JOHN, family grocer, Warren, bet Broad and

Oglethorpe, r Oglethorpe, bel bridge.

Dunham, John L., of J. L. Dunham & Co., r Rankin

House. :

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Dunham, J. L. & Co., (John L. Dunham), com. merc'ts,

Front, bel St. Clair.

Dunwooddy, James, c, blacksmith, helper, with Cary & Cog-

bill, r McIntosh', cor Covington.

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Durkin, John, family grocer, r cor Troup and Few. -

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EAGLE AND PHEN1X MANUFACTURING COM

PANY, Mills Front, from Randolph to Bryan.

Eason, William, c, carpenter, r McIntosh, bet Thomas and

.Baldwin. Eatonton. Jordan, c, carpenter, r McIntosh, bet Bryan and

Franklin.

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Edgar, Peter, K., carriage maker with Welch & Co., r

Broad, cor Franklin;

EDMUNDS, TURNER T, furniture dealer and uphol

sterer, 98 Broad, r Rankin House.

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Edwards, Berry L., laboii:

Ala.

.a ;;[

Edwards, Christopher C.,

Girard, Ala.

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Edwards, Henry,, labo

;_ Browneville, Ala. ;

ED WARDS, HEZEKL -

tional Bank of Co:

Randolph.

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Edwards, James M., E. )

Edwards, L., laborer E. j

Edwards, Mary L., fact< ;

ville, Ala.-

i

Edwards, Suphrans, fact J

ville, Ala.

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Edwin, John, factory ha. Eifler, Philip, gun and'

Crawford, bel Br

Eiland, Andrew W., g<

and M. and G. B \

'ex

Thomas.

r

Elliott, Maria, c, seams;

Mercer.

Ellis, Mrs. Abney, r Br `

Ellis, Davenport P., of

Crawford and T1 f

Ellis, Davenport P.,jr`

r Oglethorpe, be

Ellis, Elizabeth, weave

Liberties.

Ellis, Frank S., book-1

r Broad, cor Ru

Ellis, Geo. 0., cash eh thorpe, bet Cra

Ellis, Granville, clerk '

bet Randolph ai

Ellis, James, foreman

Broad, bet Rrid

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Edwards, Berry L., laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville Ala. i/v Y.r . .'

Edwards, Christopher C., painter with Bradford & Co , r

Guard,

.

-Edwards, Henry, laborer with E. and P. Factory r

Browneville, Ala.

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EDWARDS, HEZEKIAH IF, cashier Chattahoochee Na tional Bank of Columbus, r McIntosh, bet Bryan and Randolph.

Edwards, James M,, E. and P. F., r Browneville Ala Edwards, L., laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Edwards, Mary L., factory hand E. and P. F.. r Browne
ville, Ala.

Edwards, Suphrans, factory hand E. and P. F., r Browne

ville, Ala.

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Edwin, John, factory hand, r Girard, Ala.

Eifler, Philip, gun and locksmith, and sporting goods r

Crawford, bel Broad.

.

Eiland, Andrew W., general baggage master S. W. R.R.,

and M. and G. R.R., r McIntosh, bet Crawford and

. ih Thomas.

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Elliott, Maria, c, seamstress, r Crawford, bet McIntosh and

Mercerv

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Ellis, Mrs. Abney, r Browneville, Ala. . [r ? , Ellis, Davenport P., of Ellis & Harrison, r Oglethorpe, bet
Crawford and Thomas.

Ellis, Davenport P., jr, salesman, with Crigler & Gordon, r Oglethorpe, bet Crawford and Thomas.
Ellis, Elizabeth, weaver, E. and P. F., r Oglethorpe st N. Liberties.

Ellis, Frank S., book-keeper, with John McGough & Co., r Broad, cor Randolph.

Ellis, Geo. 0., cash clerk, with Crigler & Gordon, r Ogle

thorpe, bet Crawford and Thomas.

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Ellis, Granville, clerk, with Wm. N. Hawks, r Jackson,

bet Randolph and St. Clair.

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Ellis, James, foreman spinner, with Muscogee M'fg Co., r Broad, bet Bridge and Franklin. /

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Ellis, James, printer, r Browneville, Ala.

Ellis, James, spinner, E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Ellis, Mary Ann, weaver, E. and P. F., r Oglethorpe st, N.

Liberties.

Ellis, Phoebe, seamstress, r Browneville, Ala. :

Ellis, Mrs. Rebecca, Oglethorpe, st, N. Liberties. ' .. Ellis, Roswell, r St. Clair ab. Troup.

Ellis, Robt. printer, with Columbus Enquirer, r Browneville

AlaEllis, Rose, weaver E. and P, F., r Browneville, Ala.

Ellis, Sarah, weaver E. and P. F., r Oglethorpe st. N. Lib

erties.

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Ellis, Sophronia, weaver E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.
ELLIS & HARRISON, (Davenport P. Ellis and Chas. S.
Harrison,) auctioneers and commission merchants, Broad, cor Randolph.

Ely, Harry, c, porter with M. Mayer, r N. Liberties. Ely, Sander, c, porter with J. A. McNeill, r N. Liberties. Embry, Sarah, winder with A. Clegg & Co., r Crawford,
bet McIntosh aud Mercer.

Embry, Ellen, winder with A. Clegg & Co., r Crawford,

bet McIntosh and Mercer. .

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Emrich, Julius, dry goods and clothing, 17 Broad. A \

ENGLAND REUBEN H., superintendent with D. W;

Champayne, r St. Clair, bel Oglethorpe. .

B

Ennis, David, carpenter with S. W. R.R., r N. Liberties.

ENNIS JAMES, hardware and agricultural implements,

95 and 97 Broad, r Beallwodd.
Ennis, Robt. A., salesman with J. Ennis, r Broad, cor St. Clair.

EPPING, HENRY H , of Flournoy, McGehee A Co., and president Chattahoochee National Bank, r Broad, bet Bryan and Randolph.
Epstall, Mrs. Sarah, r Girard, Ala.

Epps, Anthony, c, carpenter, r Forsyth, ab Few. Estewood, Manda, laboring, E. and P. F., r Marshall, Ala.

Estes, Henson S., of Estes & Brother, and of Estes, Patter son & Co., r Broad, bet Randolph and Bryan.

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Estes, Joel D, book-keepc-' Columbus, r Broad
Estes, Patterson & Co., (, Madison L. Patters! j and shoe findings, .
Estes, Richard, clerk with and Randolph.
Estes, Richard H;, of Est & Co., r Broad, be',
Estes & Bro., (Henson S. ^ tus R. Wilkerson,) meats, 113 Broad.
Etheridge, Chas. A., ins i St. Clair, r Front,
Evans, Aaron, c, porter, \ erties.
Evans, Emma, c, washer-; ; Evans, J. S., conductor,
Thomas. Evans, Richard, c, labore Everidge, Joseph, laborer Everett, George, c, labor* E VERE1T, HENR Y F
St. Clair, cor Ogle i Ewart, Wylje H-, salesm .
Front, bet Few an I Eyles, William, store anr
R. R,, r McIntosh
Faber, Edward, briekht Broad and OgL-flu
Fagan, John, family gr. ij Fagan, John, policeman, j! Fair Ground, e. of Mclnf Fallon, Abbe, weaver E.

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Estes, Joel D, book-keeper at Chattahoochee Nat'] Bank, of

Columbus, r Broad, bet Bryan and Randolph. Estes, Patterson & Co., (Joel M. and Henson S. Estes and

Madison L. Patterson), dealers in boots, shoes, leather

and shoe findings, 122 Broad.

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Estes, Richard, clerk with Estes & Bro.. r Broad, bet Bryan and Randolph.

Estes, Richard H., of Estes & Bro., and of Estes, Patterson & Co., r Broad, bet Randolph and Bryan.
Estes & Bro., (Henson S. and Richard H. Estes and Augus

tus R. Wilkerson,) hardware and agricultural imple ments, 113 Broad.

Etheridge, Chas. A., ins agt and cotton buyer, Front, cor

Stf Clair, r Front, bet St.' Clair and Randolph.

Evans, Aaron, c, porter, with Preer, Illges & Co.,r N. Lib

erties.

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Evans, Emma, c, washerwoman, Girard, Ala.

Evans, J. S., conductor, M. & G. R, R., r McIntosh, ab Thomas,

Evans, Richard, c, laborer, A. and M. R. R., r Girard Ala. Everidge, Joseph, laborer, Girard, Ala.

Everett, George, c, laborer, r Front, bet Baldwin and Few.

sag*

EVEREIT, HENRY F., family grocer, dry goods, &c.,

St. Clair, cor Oglethorpe, r Oglethorpe, cor Thomas.

Ewart, Wylie H., salesman, with Chapman & Yerstille, r

Front, bet Few and Early.

Eyles, W illiam, jstore and time-keeper, M. & G. and S. W. R. R,, r McIntosh, bel Randolph.

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Faber, Edward, bricklayer and contractor, r Early, bet Broad and Oglethorpe.
Fagan, John, family grpcer, r cor McIntosh and Baldwin. Fagan, John, policeman. Fair Ground, e. of McIntosh and Covington. Fallon, Abbe, weaver E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala..

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Fallon, Joseph, wool sorter E. and P. F., r Browneville,

Ala. FAULKENBERRY, JOSEPH, engineer with R. R.

Goetchius & Co., r Girard, Ala. Faulkenberry, William, carpenter with D. W. Champayne,

r Oglethorpe, bet Early and Fulton.

FEE, WILLIAM, manufacturer tin, sheet iron and cop

L'

per ware, 174 Broad, r Broad, bet Few and Early.

Felton, Miles, c, carpenter with D. W. Champayne, r nr

cemetery.

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Female Academy, cor Forsyth and St. Clair. ' .

Fennell, Mary Jane, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville,

Ala. Ferguson, Alexander, c, r Oglethorpe, cor commerce, N.

Liberties.

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Ferguson,* Chas. R., farmer, r cor Jackson st. N. Liberties.

Ferguson, Mrs. Henrietta, c, washerwoman, Bryan, bet
Troup and" Forsyth. Ferguson, John R., salesman, with Joseph & Bro., r McIn

a\i

tosh, bet Bryan "and Randolph.

Ferguson, John W., machinist, with S. W. R. R., r McIn

tosh, ah Baldwin.''

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Ferguson, Sarah E., dressmaker, r McIntosh, bet Thomas

and Baldwin.

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Ferrell, Hugh B., salesman, with Chapman Verstille, r

111 Broad.

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Ferris, William, tinner, r Front, cor Baldwin. `

Fields, James, shoemaker, with F. Meyer & Co., r Girard,

Ala. Fields, Mrs. Jane E., Marshall, Ala. Fields, John, laborer, r Troup, bet Few and Baldwin. Fields, Joseph A., laborer, E. and P. F., r Marshall, Ala. Fields, William H., laborer, E. and P. F., r Marshall, Ala.

Fish, Mark, c, laborer, N. Liberties. Finnegan, Ellen, weaver, E. and P, F., r Mercer, bet
Thomas and Crawford. Fisher, Jesse', c, carpenter, with D. W. Champagne, r Ran

dolph, bel Jackson.

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FI TZGIBB ONS, JOHN,

thorpe, bel Bryan,

Fleming, Allen, r Broad,

Fleming, Chas. C., teller r Broad, bet Early

Fleming, Goode H., clerl,

Early and Few. Fleming, Wm., cotton hr;

Fleming, Willis, c, labon 1

Fletcher, Mrs. Frances, r

Fletcher, John F., family

Fletcher, William, r Gir&k

Flewellen, Jeff., c, labon. |

Ala.

Flewellen, Philip, c, lahc;

.Few.

Flewellen, Wm. W., pi

Franklin and Bril'.

Flournoy, George R., boi

r Broad, bet Fultc -

Flournoy, John F., of F

bet Randolph and

FLOURNOY, McGEHl,

Christopher C. M(.

T. Hatcher,) cott 1

dolph, bel Broad, i

Fluker, Ned, c, carpente

Wood.

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Fogarty, Mrs. Clara F., i FOGARTY, NICHOLSj

FOGLE, WM. J., sur;

r Franklin, nr T

Fontaine, George, pl-.n ,

Fontaine, Theopplis A

thorpe.

Foran, Frank, laborer,

and Few.

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F1TZGIBB0NS, JOHN, hay, grain and produce, Ogle thorpe, bel Bryan, r same.

Fleming, Allen, r Broad, bet Few and Early.

Fleming, Chas. C., teller at hanking house of John King, r Broad, bet Early and Few.

Fleming, Goode H., clerk, with R. 0. Pope, r Broad, het Early and Few.

Fleming, Winf, cotton buyer, Front, bet St. Clair, r same.

Fleming, Willis, c, laborer, r Troup, bet Fulton and Early.

Fletcher, Mrs. Frances, r Browneville, Ala.

Fletcher, John F., family grocer, Troup, r cor Thomas. Fletcher, William, r Girard, Ala.

Flewellen, Jeff., c, laborer, with J. M. Bayfield, r Girard, Ala.

Flewellen, Philip, c, laborer, r McIntosh, bet Baldwin and Few.

Flewellen, Wm. W., physician, 93 Broad, r Forsyth, bet

Frauklin and Bridge.

Flournoy, George R., book-keeper, with Boatrite & Clapp, r Broad, bet Fulton and Early.

Flournoy, John F., of Flournoy, McGehee & Co., r Broad, bet Randolph and Bryan.

FLOURNOY, McGEHEE & CO.', (John F. Flournoy, Christopher C. McGehee, Henry H. Eppingand Benj.

T. Hatcher,) cotton factors and com. merc'ts, Ran dolph, bel Broad.

Fluker, Ned, c, carpenter, with D. W. Champagne, r Linn-

wood.

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Fogarty, Mrs. Clara F., dressmaker, `20 Broad. FOGARTY, NICHOLAS J., druggist, 26 Broad, r same. FOGLE, IVJI. J., surgeon dentist, Broad, cor. St. Clair,
r Franklin, nr Troup.

Fontaine, George, planter, r St. Clair, cor Oglethorpe.

Fontaine, Theopolis A., planter, r St. Clair, cor Ogle thorpe.

Foran, Frank, laborer, E. and Mills, r McIntosh, bet Early and Few.

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in wliich the following advantages are offered to Depositors of either large or small amounts: 1. PERFECT SECURITY. The assets of the Company were on 1st January, 1813,..$1,704,459 43 i
and arc steadily increasing. The Reserve Fund is....... 397,766 92 All of which property is specially pledged, by Act of the General Assembly, for the protection ol Depositors; and in addition, by the same Act, the Stockholders of the Company are made INDIVIDUALLY RESPONSIBLE in proportion to their shares, for the integrity of the Savings Department and its certificates of Deposit. 2. LIBERAL INTEREST. Rate allowed seven per cent, per annum; compounded four times a year. 3 DEI'l)SPi .> mu be withdrawn at any time without notice. Depositors residing out of the city can draw deposits

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ia which tue id lowing advantages are offered to Depositors of either large or small amounts:
1. PERFECT SECl KITY. The assets of the Company were on 1st January, 1878,.$1,704,459 43' anu are steadily increasing. The Reserve Fund is...... 397,7(16 92 All of which property is specially pledged, by Act of the General Assembly, for the protection of Depositors; and in addition, by the same Act, the Stockholders of the Company are made INDIVIDUALLY RESPONSIBLE.
9 'Wfo t0Jm'V' f.'V1.?'8' for'the integrity of the Savings Department and its certificates of Deposit. T nrmcer J^TERFST. Rate allowed seven per cent, per annum; compounded four times a year,
by `h ^ ^ CUa 1,0 " *^Jt*raAyn a^ any ^me'Without notice. Depositors residing out of the city can draw deposits

4. RULES A>i) REGULATIONS of this Department furnished upon'application, and all desired information given.

5. BOOKS CERTIFYING DEPOSITS given to Depositors.

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N- `-LrisKt. ALFRKI) L Y0UM;- ol' New York.

DIRECTORS:

W. H. YOUNG.

y ,/ W. E - I'ARRAMORE.

CHARLES GREEN, Pres, of Savannah Bank and Trust Company.

One Dollar. ii'O years at per cent, interest is..

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One Dollar, loo years at 0 per cent, interest is..*/.' .$340 |2

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ONE DOLLAR, loO years at seven per cent, interest is........ ... -

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In o years,... .$1,75 I 10.

A Deposit of #5 per week at 7 per cent, interest will produce

In 10 years,R . .$4,111 60

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Foran, James, cabinet mater, with Rooney and Warner, r

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Forsyth, bet Thomas and Crawford.

Foran, John, captain police'.-

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Foran, Patrick, watchman Empire Mills, r cor McIntosh and

Few.

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Ford, Cicero D., civil engineer, Girard, Ala.

Ford, Eli, dryer, E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Ford, James M., physician, r Oglethorpe, bet Bridge and

Franklin.

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Ford, Martha, weaver, E. and P, F., r Browneville, Ala

Ford, Mary . Jane, weaver, E. and P. F., r Brownoyi e,

Ala.

Ford, Mrs. j seamstress, 12 Broad.

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Ford, Sarah, C, candy store, r cor Forsyth and Ear v.

Forsyth, Robert E., farmer, Madison st, Girard, Ala.

Foster, Clias,, c, waiter, with B. Hawkins, r Jackson, be

Bryan and Randolph. Foster, Mrs. Elizabeth, mattress maker, 24 Broad. Foster, Mrs. Martha, factory hand, E. and P. F., r biowne

ville, Ala.

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Foster, Singleton, c, hostler, with Wm. Munday, r Ogle

thorpe, bel St. ('lair.

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Frampton, James II., salesman with Josep i yr >io., r

Troup bet Thomas and Baldwin, Francis, Albert K,, machinist S. W. B R, Mclntosb, bet

St. Clair and Crawford. Frank, Canard, c, deck hand steamboat Bandy Moore. Franlr, Charles, family grocer, r Front, bet Thomas ami

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Crawford,

j FRANKLIN, LKOMI)as W., boot and shoemaker, Ran

dolph, bel Broad, r Girard, Ala. Frazer, Becky, c, washerwoman, r Girard, Ala. Frazer, Billy, e, carpenter, r Girard, Ala. Frazier, Eugenie, Broad st. Girard, Ala.
ADazier, John A., tax collector. FRAZER JOHN M., secretary and treasurer, and agent
M. and G. R.R., r Front, bet Randolph and St, Clair.

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Frederick, Cbas. J., ol Fi bet St. Clair and Cr
Frederick, Frank M., clerk: bet St. Clair and Ci
Frederick & Burrus, {Cha family grocers, Cra;
Freeman, Anne, c, wash' Ala.
Freemah, Geo. c, laborer raid, Ala. ;
Freeman, Green, c, veget Freeman, Mrs. Matilda, r : Freeman, Peter, c, barbed
St. Clair. Freeman, Wesley S., clei
bet Baldwin and If French, Samuel G., major
cer. Freney, Mary J., c, wash. Frost, Mrs. Susan A., dy
Franklin. Fry, Heber A., pilot, r o:. Fry, Wm. A., steamboa Fuller, Caleb, c, porter, i Furd, Ed., c, laborer, w i
GAFFGRD, GEORGt;
thorpe, bel Rand Gaines, George P , c. |
Liberties. Gaines, Rbodee, c, -
house, r Ogle tin N Gaiues, George, c, stril Gaines, Lee, c, laborer Gam, Mrs. Zim, weave

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Frederick, Chas. J., of Frederick & Burrus, r McIntosh,

bet St. Cl&ir and Crawford,

Frederick, Frank M., clerk with H. F. Everett, r McIntosh,

bet St. Clair and Crawford.

Frederick & Burrus, (Chas. J. Frederick and Win. Burrus,)

family grocers, Crawford, cor Mercer.

Freeman, Anne, c, washerwoman, r Rabbit Hill, Girard,

Ala.

Freemah, Geo. c, laborer Columbus Ice Manf'g Co., r Gi

rard, Ala. *

Freeman, Green, c, vegetables, stall No. 13.

Freeman, Mrs. Matilda, r Browneville, Ala.

Freeman, Peter, c, barber, with L. Wells, r Jackson, bel

A St. Clair.

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Freeman, Wesley S., clerk, with W. L. Tillman, r Front,

het Baldwin and Few.

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French, Samuel G., major general, cor Randolph and Mer

cer.

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Freney, Mary J., c, washerwoman, Girard, Ala. 7

Frost, Mrs. Susan A., dressmaker, r Troup, bet Bridge and

: Franklin.

Fry, Heher A., pilot, r Jackson, het Crawford and Thomas.

Fry, Wm. A., steamboat clerk, r St. Clair, cor Front.

Fuller, Caleb, c, porter, with A. L'. Harrison, r 101 Broad.

Furd, Ed., c, laborer,
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GAFFO'KD, GEORGE W., house and sign painter, Ogle thorpe, bel Randolph, r Girard, Ala.
Gaines, George P , c, provision store, r Oglethorpe st, N. Liberties.
Gaines, Rhodee, c, school teacher at Ketchum's schoolhouse, r Oglethorpe st, N. Liberties. .
Gaines, George, c, striker, with Blount & Haiman.
Gaines, Lee, c, laborer, r McIntosh and Covington.-
Gam, Mrs. Zim, weaver, E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

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Gamble, John W., salesman, with John. McGough & Co.,

r Broad, bet .Randolph and St. Clair. Gammel, Abram, livery, sale and feed stables, Oglethorpe,

bet St. Clair and Randolph, r so. of Wynnton.

Gammel, Frank,carpenter, with E. and P. M. Co., r Troup,

bet Few and Early, t' Gammel, Francis M., cabinet maker, E. and P. F., r

Browneville, Ala.

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Gammel, Troup, c, hostler, r Oglethorpe, bel Randolph. -/

Gammon, J. E., clerk, with Muscogee Mfg Co., r Forsyth,

bet Thomas and Baldwin. Gammon, James T., salesman, with P. Spencer, r Forsyth,

bel Thomas and Baldwin.

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Gann, Henry, clerk Columbus Mfg Co., r Columbus factory.

Gardner, Chas.,, c, laborer, with Allen, Preer & IUges, r

Jackson, ab Covington. Gardner, Edmund, c, fisherman, r Short, bet Baldwin and

Thomas. Gardner, Jim, c, deck hand of steamboat Bandy Moore. Gardner, Julius, o, laborer, with Burrus & Williams,
r Troup, cor Fulton. Gardner, Howard, c, laborer, with Allen, Preer & IUges, r
Jackson, ab Covington. Gardner, Lewis, c, deck baud of steamboat Baudy Moore. Garnett, Louis, c, laborer, r Thomas, bet Front and Short. GARRARD, LOUIS F., atty. at law^67_Broad, r Wynn-

too.

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Garrett, E. F., carpenter E. and P. F., r !>irard, Ala.

Garrett, Henry, factory hand, r Girard, Ala. Garrett, John R., cotton shipper with Burrus & Williams,

r Girard, Ala.

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Garrett, Joseph S. of Bedell & Co., r Forsyth, bet St. Clair

and Crawford.
Garrett, Marcus E., boating, r Girard, Ala.

Garrett, Th is. J., tobacco dealer, r Central Hotel. Gartman, Jas. C., tinner with Nathan Crown, r Marshall,

Ala. Gawlev, David D., of Gawlev & Lewis, r Rankin House.

j Gawley & Lewis, (Davi :|
dry goods, 158 1 Gay, Thomas B., farm.
Ala. Geary, Benjamin, c, p: . Geitens, James, store-1; George, Alex., c, labo ; George, Amelia, weav . George, John, asst. E-pj; George, Josephine, sp
Ala. George, Mrs. Martha, r
George, Philip M., m i cor McIntosh. T :
GEORGIA HOME ,
Gerry, Richard, c, la! Geter, Harry, c, well'
win. Gibson, David N., fa!. Gibson, Edward D., \ Gibson, Hiram A., l
Browneville, ) Gibson, Mary, widov
Gibson, Moses, c, 11 Girard, Ala. 1
Giddens, James, of
Giddens & Reid, (J,1 grocers, Gira
Gideons, Mrs. Am:, and Few.
Gideons, Susan, dr*
Gifford, Benj. F., * |
Gifford, Chas. T.. ard, Ala. ,
Gilbert, Thomas, * Randolph.

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Gawley & Lewie, (David D. Gawley and James A. Lewis,) dry goods, 158 Broad.
Gay, Thomas B., farmer, and dealer in wood, r Browneville, Ala.
Geary, Benjamin, c, preacher First Methodist, Girard, Ala. Geitens, James, store-keeper, r Girard, Ala. George, Alex., c, laborer with T. Newman, r Girard, Ala. George, Amelia, weaver E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. George, John, asst. E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. George, Josephine, spinner E. and P. F., r Browneville,
Ala. George, Mrs. Martha, r Browneville, Ala.
George, Philip M., machinist with S. W. R.R., r St. Clair, cor McIntosh.
GEORGIA HOME BANK, Broad, cor St. Clair. Gerry, Richard, c, laborer, Washington st. Girard, Ala. Geter, Harry, c, welldigger, r Forsyth, bet Few and Bald-
. win. Gibson, David N., family grocer, 19 Broad, r 32 Broad. Gibson, Edward D., c, carpenter, r N. Liberties. Gibson, Hiram A., family grocer and dry goods dealer, Browneville, r Jackson, bet Franklin and Bryan. Gibson, Mary, widow, Girard, Ala. Gibson, Moses, c, laborer, with Allen, Preer & Illges, r Girard, Ala. Giddens, James, of Giddens & Reid, r Girard, Ala. Giddens & Reid, X'James K. Giddens, L. A. Reid,) family grocers, Girard, Ala. Gideons, Mrs. Amanda, dressmaker, r Forsyth, bet Early and Few. Gideons, Susan, dressmaker, r Forsyth, bet Early and Few.
Gifford, Benj. F., of Snyder & Gifford, r Girard, Ala.
Gifford, Chas. T., carpenter, with Snyder & Gifford, r Giard, Ala.
Gilbert, Thomas, of Thos. Gilbert & Co., r Jackson, ab
Randolph.

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GILBERT, THOMAS & CO., (Thos. Gilbert and Lhos. DeWolf,) proprietors and publishers of the Daily and Weekly Sun, and book and job printers and binders, Randolph, bet Broad and Oglethorpe,
Gilbert, Wesley, carpenter, r 52 Broad. Gilhooley, John M., grocer, r Crawford, bet Broad and

Front.

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Gill, John, laborer, with S. W. R. R-, r head of Broad.

Gillespie, Mrs. Fredrica, seamstress, r Front, bet Thomas

and Baldwin. Gipson, Lovick, ice manuf'r, at Columbus Ice Mfg Co. Gipson, Louisa, seamstress, r Front, bet Baldwin and Few Givens, Louis, c. carpenter, E. and P. Mills, r cor Fovsyt

and Few.

Glenn, Bashle, widow, Girard, Ala. Glenn, Gus, school teacher, Bryan, nr Forsyth. Glenn, Simon, c, baker with C. Crichton, r 151 Broad

Glenn, Mrs. weaver with A. Clegg & Co., r Girard, Ala. Glenn, Thomas, c, preacher First Baptist Church, r Jack-

son, bet Few and Early. .

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Glover, Tom, c, laborer with John King, Forsyth, cor Bald-

win. . GOETCHIUS, R. R-, & CO., (Richard R. Goetchius),
doors, sash, blinds, &c , iron railing and machinery,

Jackson, cor St. Clair.

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Goetchius, Richard R., of R. R. Goetchius & Co., r St.

Clair, cor Jackson.

Goins, Julius, duffer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Goins, Drury, carder E and P. F,, r Browneville, A a.

Joins, Drury, Jr., carder E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Joins, Ella, speeder E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

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Goldsmith, Austin, c, laborer, r Wynns Hill.

Goins, Emnnv spinner E. and P. F., r Browneville Ala

Goins, James>levater, E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Goins, Jones, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Golden, Frank, clerk with J. W. Ryan, Rankin House.

Golden, T. Mi, foreman Sun Office news room, r Rankin

House.

GOLDEN, GEO 1 Co., and C Clair and Crawford. Gordy, Mrs. Caroline, dressmaker, r cor McIntosh and Early. Gorton, William B. superintendent of Muscogee Mills, r
Oglethorpe, bet Bridge and Franklin. Goslin, Mrs. Elizabeth, milliner, with Mrs. Kennedy, r 12
Broad.

Goslin, Mrs. Sarah, r Girard, Ala.

Goulding, Thos. B., insurance agent, r JacTcson, bet Bridge and Washington.

Grammel, Chas.. c, waiter, with B. Hawkins, r Oglethorpe, ab Few

Grammar, Charles, c, waiter, r cor Few and Forsyth. Grant, John, laborer, r Marshall, Ala. Grant, Sandy, c, carpenter, r Forsyth and Covington. Gray, M. E., clerk-, W. R. R., r Forsyth, bet Franklin and
Bryan.

GRAY, MRS. M. E., proprietress Central Hotel, 140 and 142 Broad.

Gray, Fred., c, laborer, with T. J. Dudley, r Mercer, ab Randolph.
Gray, William, foreman wool finishing room E. and P. M. Co.
Gray, Wm. C., r Beallwood. Gray, Wm. C,, jr., book-keeper, withG.'W. Brown & Co.,
r Broad, bet Few and Earlv.

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GREEN, CHAS. A., fertilizers, 12 Broad, r Troup, cor

Franklin.

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Greefa, Henry D., book-keeper, with Win. H. Young, r

Troup, cor Franklin. Green, Joseph, c, carpenter, r Oglethorpe st. N_ Liberties Green, Mrs. Martha, weaver E. and P. F., r Browneville,



Ala.

Green, Mollie, factory hand, E. and P. F., r Browneville,

Ala.

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Green, Levi, c, laborer, r Girard, Ala.

Green, Munroe, c, blacksmith, r Girard, Ala:;-.

Green, Nancy, factory hand E. and P. Mills, YY^wneii e,

Ala. Green, Thomas, c, plasterer, r Forsyth, bet Few and Bald-

win. Green, Mrs. Rachel, r Girard, Ala.

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Green, William J., shoemaker with F. Meyer, & Co., r n

Girard, Ala. GREENE, WILLIAM S., civil engineer, r Crawford, cor

Jackson.

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Greenwood, Moses, clerk with L. Lowenthal & Co., r Craw

ford, bel Forsyth.

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Greggs, Charles, c, laborer, r McIntosh, bet Bryan and

Franklin.

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Grier, Robt. c, hostler with A. Gammel, r Oglethorpe, ah

Randolph.

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Grier, Robt. S., salesman with J. & J. Kaufman, r eicer,

bet Baldwin and Thomas. Grier, Thomas, mason and stone cutter, ry Mercer, he

Thomas and Baldwin.

Grier, William, welldigger, r Girard, Ala

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Grenage, Ji|i,c, blacksmith with Jesse Ihomas, r Bridge,

nr Forsyth.

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Griffin, Benjamin, c, laborer with Isaac Moses, r Guar ,

Ala- -

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GRIFFIN, JAMES I., druggist, 105 Broad.

Griffin, Queen, c, cook, with Yeles H. Wade, r Brownevil e,

Ala.

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Griffith, Jasper, facto,T

Griffith, Seaborn, fac

Grimes, Font S, com

Bridge.

Grimes, Cliff. B., no.:

Broad, bet Fr;

Grimes, George J., f

Jackson.

Grimes, Lucy, c, wa:/

River.

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Grimes, Thos. W.,

Jackson.

Grimes, Thos. W., ji

cor Jackson, 'j,

GRIMES & GRIM j.

cians, 97 Bro;

Griscom, Samuel, m: .

bel St. Clair.

GRUBER, A NTIK.

rard, Ala.
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Guerry, Wm., car1

dol p|?, bet F(

Guest, Wm. P.,bla

Gunby, Frank, salei

Gunby, Robt. M.,t

Broad and Fj(

GUTOWSKY, LO\

Troup, bet T

HADDOCK, Tim)
son, bel IV ' Haiman, Elias, ol Haiman, Mrs., Ros Hairston, Wm. R.
tosh, bel St.

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Griffith, Jasper, factory hand, r Oglethorpe, cor Bridge.

Griffith, Seaborn, factory hand, r Oglethorpe, cor Bridge.

Grimes, Font S, conductor N. and S. R. R., r Broad, cor

Bridge.

Grimes, Cliff. B., note clerk, banking house John King, r

Broad, bet Franklin and Bridge.

Grimes, George J., of Grimes & Grimes, r $t. Clair, cor

Jackson.

Grimes, Lucy, c. washerwoman, r Baldwin, bet Front and

River.

Grimes, Thos. VV.mes & Grimes, r St. Clair, cor

Jackson.

Grimes, Thos. W., jr, of T\>>rnton & Grimes, r St. Clair,

cor Jackson.

GRIMES & GRIMES, (Thos. W. and Geo. J.,) physi

cians, 97 Broad.

Griscom, Samuel, machinist, with S. W. R. R., r McIntosh,

bel St. Clair. ,

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GRUBER, ANTHONY, brewer, with T. Newman, r Gi

rard, Ala.

Guerry, Wm., carrier, with Columbus Enquirer, r Ran

dolph, bet Forsyth and McIntosh.

Guest, Wm. P., blacksmith, Forsyth, nr river,r Girard, Ala.

Gunby, Frank, salesman, r Front, cor St. Clair.

Gunby, Robt. M., grocer and provisions, St. Clair, bet

Broad and Front, r Front, cor St. Clair.

GUTOWSKY, Jj0UIS, watches and jewelry, 105 Broad, r

Troup, bet Thofnas and Crawford.

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HADDOCK, THOMAS M., publisher and compiler, r Jack-

son, bel Few.

Haiman, Elias, of Blount & Haiman, r Broad, bel Baldwin.

Haiman, Mrs., Rosalie, r Broad, bet Baldwin and Thomas.

Hairston, Wm. R., carpenter, with S. W. R. R., r McIn

tosh, bel St. Clair.

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Haley, J. W., machinist, with S. W. R.R.

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Hall, Alex., of Hall & Wray, r Girard, Ala.

Hall, Bedford, c, carpenter, >\ith Corbally & Chalmers, r

nr Girard, Ala.

Hall, Johnson, c, laborer, r Jackson st, N. Liberties.

Hall, William, laborer, Broad st, Girard, Ala.

Hq.ll & Wray, (Alex. Hall and Frank Wray,) wheelrights,

. Girard, Ala.

Hall, Simm, c, butcher, r Franklin, bet McIntosh and Mer

cer.

Hallenbeck, Mrs. Martha A., r McIntosh, bet Crawford and

Thomas.

HAMILOTN, JOHN H., wholesale and family grocer,

junction Franklin, Warren and Oglethorpe, r McIn

tosh, cor Bryan.

Hammon, William, laborer, with E. and P. F., r Girard,

Ala.

Hammond, Wm. M., machinist, with Muscogee Mfg Co., r

Girard, Ala.

Hancock, Jesse, c, 2d steward, steamboat Baudy Moore.

Handley, Aaron, c, laborer, r Forsyth, bet Few and Early.

Hansboro, Haywood, c, clerk, with Green McArthur, r For-

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sj'tb, ab Baldwin.

Hanserd, Joseph, of Epping &* Hanserd, r Broad, bet Bryan

and Randolph.

Hargraves, George, r St. Clair, ab Broad.

Harless, John B., carpenter, with S. W. R.R. "

Harley, William, machinist, with S. W. R.R., r St. Clair,

IxkffisMcIntosh and Mercer.

Harper, Wm., laborer at Muscogee Mills, r Broad, bet

Franklin and Bridge.

Harringford, Saudlord, c, laborer, with John Peabody, Gi

rard, Ala.

Harrington, Calahan, c, laborer, with John McCall, Somer

ville, Girard, Ala.

Harrington, Thomas, c, laborer, with Willialn Martin, Gi

rard, Ala.

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Harrington, Maria, c, wasp!

Harris, Abel, c, carpenter,

ties.

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Harris, Daniel, agent man

r Oglethorpe, bet Fi,

Harris, Dick, c, tinsmith, ' a

Harris, Edwin T., clerk w /

Harris, Alfred, c, laborer,

Harris, James, laborer E. .

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Harris, James, c, brakesn

bet Thomas and Crn \.

Harris, Jeptba C., salesmij

Russell co., Ala. C ,

Harris, John, laborer, r G .

Harris, John K., clerk wi

co., Ala.

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Harris, Joe, c, laborer, r r

Harris, Leffkowitz, dry g.

Oglethorpe, bet St.

Harris, Lorenzo, c, labore 1

Harris, Louis, policeman, .

Harris, Mrs. Mary, r Gira

Harris, Mrs. Mary, seamsli

Harris, Michael, blacksmu

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Harrison, Edmund W., clerk, with M. D. Hood, r Troup,

ab Randolph.

Harrison, James H., cotton buyer, Front, bel St. Clair, r

Broad, bet Baldwin and Few.

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Harrison, Mrs. Laura, dressmaker, r Jackson, bet Fulton

and Covington. ' '

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HARGRAVES, ALBERT, c, repairer and cleaner of cloth

ing, Randolph, bel Jackson, r Oglethorpe, bet Ran

dolph and Bn-an. Hargraves, Martha, c, seamstress, r nr Branch and Jack-

son, N. Liberties.Hargraves, Rose, c, washerwoman, r Oglethorpe, bet Ran

dolph and Bryan. Harkey, Lottie, weaver, E. and P. F., r Marshall, Ala. Harless, John, carpenter, r McIntosh, bet Early and Few. Harless, Mrs. Sarah, operator, with Howe Sewing Machine

Co., r McIntosh, bel Few.

Harman, James P., r Browneville, Ala.

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Harper, Martin, c, laborer, r Water st, N. Liberties.



Harrell, Oscar C., manager W. U. Tel., r McIntosh, bet

Crawford and Thomas.

Hart, Dan'l, c, laborer, with N. Crown. Hartis, Andrew S., carpenter, r Marshall, Ala. Hartman, William, c, laborer, r Mercer, bet Thomas and
Crawford. Hartman, Geo. N., marker, with Burrus & JWilliams, r N.

Commons. Harvey, Jerry, blacksmith, shop Wynn's Hill, r N. Liber

ties. Harvey, L. I., clerk, with Bedell & Ware, r 148 Broad. HATCHER, SAMUEL B., atty-at-law, 6U Broad, r Jack-

son, bel Randolph. Hatcher, 1`enj. T , of Flournoy, McGehee & Co., r Ogle
thorpe, bet St. Clair Crawfo. d. ) HAWKINS, BARNEY, c, restaurant, St. Clair, ab Broad,
and boarding house, Oglethorpe, cor St. Clair. HAWKS, WM. N., stock broker, real festate insurance
agent, 79 Broad, r Troup, bet Franklin and Bryan.

j
Haywood, Chas., c, tinsmi r Crawford, cor Foi
Hecht., Mrs. Betty, r Trou Hecht, Jacob, of J. Hecht
Baldwin. Hecht, Joseph, of J. Hec
Baldwin. Hecht, J. & Bro., (Jacob
iug,159 Broad. Helms, Sam'L clerk, witl Henderson, John H., freip
son, bel Crawford Henderson, Mike, c, labo, Hendricks, Albert, clerk
tosh, ah Bridge. . Hendrix, Marion, r Brid Hendjix, Simeon, r Brid Hendrix, Simeon, jr., ek
cor Baj\ Henry, Primus, c, greety
and Franklin. Hertis, John, carpenter, Ilertis, Josephine, spini:
ville, Ala. Herz, Gastar, clerk witlj Heidemaun, Jacob, fainHendricks, Charles, c, 1 Hendricks, Chas. F., <
Bridge, cor McIk Henry, Rebecca, weave)
Bryan. HENTZ, THAI). W.,'
Bryan and Ram. Herring, Charles II., \\
bet Crawford an Hewston, Mrs., E. and. Hey man, Chas., of Ch;

103

Haywood, Chas., c, tinsmith, with Wm. H. Robarts & Co.,

l* Crawford, cor Forsyth. Hecht, Mrs. Betty , r Trou, bet Thomas and Baldwin. Hecht, Jacob, of J. Hech/& Bro.,r Troup, bet Thomas and

Baldwin.

.

Hecht, Joseph, of J. Hecht & Bro*., r Troup, bet Thomas

Baldwin. Hecht, J. & Bro., (Jacob & Joseph), dry goods and cloth

ing, 159 Broad. Helms, Sam'l, clerk, with J. & J. Kaufman, r 32 Broad. Henderson, John H., freight clerk So. Express Co,, r Jack-

son, bel Crawford. Henderson, Mike, c, laborer,' r Girard, Ala. Hendricks, Albert, clerk, with Green McArthur, r McIn

tosh, ah Bridge. Hendrix, Marion, r Bridge, bet Oglethorpe and Jackson. Hendjix, Simeon, r Bridge, bet Oglethorpe and Jackson. Hendrix, Simeon, jr., clerk, with J. Mehaffey, r Dillingham,

cor Bay. Henry, Primus, c, green grocer, r Broad, bet Bridge and

and Franklin. Hertis, John, carpenter, r Browneville, Ala. Iiertis, Josephine, spinner, with E. and P. M., r Browme-

ville, Ala. Herz, Gastar, clerk with Solomon Metz, r N. Liberties. Heidemaun, Jacob, family grocer, r cor Troup and Few.

Hendricks, Charles, c, laborer, cor McIntosh and Franklin.

Hendricks, Chas. F., clerk with Peabody & Brannon, r Bridge, cor Mclnto.sh.
Henry, Rebecca, weaver with A. Clegg & Co., r Broad, ab

Bryan. HENTZ, THAD. JV., dentist, office Broad, r Forsyth, bet

Bryan and Randolph. . Herring, Charles H., painter, of Welch & Co., r McIntosh,

bet Crawford and Thomas. Hewston, Mrs., E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Heyman, Chas., of Chas. Heyman & Co., r 136 Broad.

104

HEYHAN, CHARLES & CO., (C]ias. Heyman and El wood Kurniker,) tobacconists, saloon and restaurant, lo6

Broad. Hicks, Tbos. E., agt., carriage repository, Oglethorpe, bel
Bryan, r Oglethorpe, cor Bryan.

Hightower, Rohin, c, laborer E. and P. F,, r Franklin, bet

McIntosh and Forsyth.

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Hildreth, R. F., supt. Columbus Manuf'g Co., r Columbus

Factory.



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Hill, John, supt. woolen department E. and P, F., r Central

Hotel.

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Hill, John, c, boot and shoemaker, St. Clair, ab Broad, r

Troup, bel Early.

Hill, John, c, porter with F. J. Springer, r Oglethorpe, bel

Thomas.

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HILL, SAMUEL H., agt. So Expre>s Co., r Wynnton. ,

Hindley, John C., foreman dressing room Mill Ho. 2E. and

P. F.

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Hines, Bryant R,, farmer, r cor Troup and Crawtord.

Hines, DeWitt C., salesman with Watt & Walker, r Ciaw-

ford, bel Oglethorpe.

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Hinton, William, c, laborer, r,Crawford, bet McIntosh and

Mercer.

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j-.i , .b I 5.v-1 1 Jraji -H

Hines, -- clerk with Watt & Walker, r Crawford, bel Ogle

thorpe. " ; /'

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Hinlay, John C., warper E. and P. F., rBrowneville, Ala.

Hochstrasser, Chas. E., of H. F. Abell & Co., r Rankin

House. Hodge, Rhoda E., dressmaker, millinery and fancy goods,

102 Broad. Hodo, John W., of Williams, Pearce and llodo, r Jackson,
het Franklin and Bridge. Hofflin, Jacob, of Hofflin, Rich & Co., r Wilmington, co.,

Md. ,

.

110FFLIN, RICH & CO., (Jacob Hofflin, Israel Rich and

Meyer Rich,) clothing, and gents furnishing, 88

Broad. Hoffman, Sebastian, clerk with F. X. Profumo, r 80 Broad.

V, >

Hogan, Jacob, c, par

Thomas. Hogan, Jacob, c, porte.

bel Bryan.

,

HOGAN, JAMES C.,i ,

Troup.

HOGAN, JOHN L.,
r Troup, cor Br
HOGAN, THOMAS A , Holbrooks, Charles, c ,!j

Front. Holbrooks^ Jeff, c, blf
r cor Forsyth a.

Holden, Josephine, wj bet Front and |

Holeman, John, car

Hill. Holland, Dennis, c,
Front, bel St. Holland, James T., (

HOLLAND &RAF
Baker), famil Holley, Edward J.,

Co.,r Brown

Holloman. John, la

HOLMES, C. G. d
ton commissi

Holmes, Chas. T., Bridge.

Holmes, Chest-on Bridge.

Holt, Jack, e, dr i\

Hood, Dr. Er ' .s tary m> '

HOUR, MAIM i\ Randolph.

Holloway, Handy

105
Hogan, Jacob, c, painter, r Mercer, bet Baldwin and Thomas.
Hogan, Jacob, c, porter, with T. E. Hicks, r Oglethorpe, bel Bryan.
HOGAN. JAMES C., assistant postmaster, r Franklin, cor Troup.
HOGAN, JOHN L., fish and lake ice dealer, 79 Broad, ' r Troup, cor Bridge.
HOGAN, THOMAS M., postmaster, r Franklin, cor Troup, Holbrooks, Charles, c, saloon, r Crawford, bet Broad and
Front. Holbrooks^ Jeff, c, blacksmith, with Columbus Iron Works,
r cor Forsyth and Thomas. Holden, Josephine, weaver, with A. Clegg & Co., r Bryan,
bet Front and Broad. Holeman, John, carpenter, S. W. R.R. shop, r Wynn's
Hill. Holland, Dennis, c, laborer, with Burrus & Williams, r
Front, bel St. Clair. Holland, James T., of Holland & Baker, r Marshall, Ala. HOLLAND & BAKER, (James T. Holland and James M.
Baker), family grocers and dry goods, Marshall, Ala. Holley, Edward J., foreman wool card room, E. and P. M. `v Co., r Browneville, Ala. Holloman. John, liborer, with S. W. R. R. HOLMES, C. G. & CO., (Cheston G. and Chas. T.), cot
ton commission merchants, Broad, cor Randolph. Holmes, Chas. T., of C. G. Holmes & Co., r Troup, cor
Bridge. Holmes, Cheston G., of C. G. Holmes & Co., r Troup, cor
Bridge. Holt, Jack, c, drayman with Bedell & Co., r N. Liberties. Hood, Dr. Erastus C., chemist, and manufacturer proprie
tary medicines, 93 Broad, r Troup, ab Randolph. HOOD, MARTIN D., druggist, 93 Broad, r Troup ab
Randolph. Holloway, Handy, c, laborer, cor Forsyth and Covington.
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Holly, Edward, factory hand E. and P. F., r Browneville,

Ala. -



Holly, John, machinist. S. W. R.R., r St. Clair, bet McIn

tosh and Mercer.

Holmes, Tom, c, engineer with T. J. Dudley.

HOLSTEAD & CO., (Willis S. Holstead and Laurence E.

O'Keefe,) commission merchants, seeds and agricul

tural implements, 139 Broad.

Holstead, Willis S., of Holstead & Co., r Broad, cor St.

Clair.

Holt, John, c, drayman, r nr St. John's [col] Church.

Holton, Cornelius, factory hand E. and P. F., r Browneyille,

Ala.

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HOME HOUSE, 188 Broad.

Hook, William, bearner E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Hooper, Henry, c, drayman, r Wynn's Hill.

Hooper, Joe, c, porter, with T. T. Edmunds, r Randolph,

bet Jackson and Church.
IIcopes, Lloyd R., of E. Barnard & Co., r Broad, bet

Franklin and Bridge.

Hopper, Mrs. Sarah, seamstress, r Browneville, Ala.

Horn'e, George W , furniture dealer and cabinet maker,

Oglethorpe, bel Randolph, r Girard, Ala.

Hornes, Henry, c, laborer, r cor McIntosh and Early.

HOULDSWORTH, HENRY, dealer in cotton and woolen

waste and paper stock, 191 Broad, r 188 Broad. ",

Howard, Anderson, atty-at-law, 109 Broader Wynnton.

Howard, Anderson, c, green grocer, r Front, bet Thomas 1

and Crawford.

Howard, Aleck, c, drayman,' r Bryan, bet Troup and For

syth.

Howard, Chas.. book-keeper, with L. G. Bowers, r Central

Hotel.

Howard, Charles, c, drayman, r Baldwin, bet Jackson and

Troup.

Howard, Ervin, c, drayman, with R. R. Goetcliius & Co.,

r St. Clair, cur Jackson.

Howard, Henry, c, boat hand, r Troup, bet Few and Early.



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Howard, Homer M., chief of freight dept. S. W. R.R., r

Linwood.

Howard, James, laborer E. and P. F., r Girard, Ala.

Howard, James W., clerk with John Mehaffey, r Ogle

thorpe, hel Bridge.

Howard, Jasper, laborer E. and P. F., r Marshall, Ala.

Howard, John F., book-keeper with R. L. Mott, r Ran

dolph, ah Broad.

Howard, Joe, c, watchman with R. R. Goetchius & Co., r

St. Clair, cor Jackson.

Howard, Mrs. Lizzie, r Linwood.

HOWARD, MRS. MART R., millinery and fancy goods,

r Randolph, ah Broad.

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Howard^Nicholas L. atty. at law, 109 Broad, r Wynnton.

Howard, Samuel, c, manufacturer of tin ware, 187 Broad, r

Wynns Hill.

Howard, Mrs. Sarah, r Linwood.

Howard, Toombs C. S., abstract clerk, S. W. R.R., r Lin wood.
Howard, Wright, c, laborer, r Forsyth, bet Early and Few. HOWE MACHINE COMPANY, Randolph, ah Broad. Howell, Jordan L., collector, with Enquirer Office, r Front,
bet Thomas and Baldwin. Howell, Wm., laborer, with H. Houldsworth, Front, ah
Crawford. Hudson, Albert, c, carpenter, Troup, hel Crawford. Hudson, Mrs. David, Randolph, cor Jackson. Hudson, William, Randolph, cor Jackson. Hudson, Benj. H., book-keeper, with Burrus & Williams, r
Jackson, cor Bryan. Hudson, Isaac E., hoot and shoe maker, St. Clair, bet Broad
and Oglethorpe, r Forsyth, bet Baldwin and Thomas. Hudson, Westly, c, laborer, r N. Liberties. Hudson, Wm. F., foreman carder, with Muscogee Mfg Co.,
r Broad, ah Franklin. Huff, John A. & Son, butchers, Stall No. 7, r Linn wood. Huff, Wm. H., salesman, witfy T. E. Blanchard, r 123

Broad.

v

Huffine, James, factory cor Bridge.
Huffman, John, engir Thomas and Cra'
Huffman, Mrs. Sarah, .
wm. Hughes, James, r Troi Hughes, George P., c<
hel St. Clair. Hughes, Wm. II., cott .1
Randolph, hel I ' Hungerford, George, r
bet Crawiord an : Hunt, DanT J., sawy<
, Forsyth. Hunt, George, laborer Hunt, Thomas, iorem
Browneville, A Hunter, Green, c, car]
HUNTER, JOHN I
Randolph, hel 1 Hunter, Richard J., 1
r Forsyth, bet i Hunter, Sam, foremai Hunter, Rev. W. C.,
Clair. Hurt, Mrs. Frances, J Hurt, Joel E., farmei Hurt, John, c, labore
HOSKINS, WM. G
Crawford, r Jn
Hutchens, John, ass:
Ala. Hutchens, Pleasant,
ville, Ala. Hutchinson, Mrs. Me
ville, Ala.
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109 Huffine, James, factory liand, E. and P. F., r Oglethorpe,

cor Bridge: Huffman, John, engineer S. W. R. R., r Forsyth, het
Thomas and Crawford. Huffman, Mrs. Sarah, seamstress, cor McIntosh and Bald

win. Hughes, James, r Troup, cor Franklin. Hughes, George P., conductor with W. R.R., r Jackson,
hel St. Clair. Hughes, Wm. H., cotton factor and commission merchant,
Randolph, hel Front, r Rose Hill. ,, Hungerford, George, mailing clerk Post Office, r Jackson,
het Crawiord and St. Clair. Hunt, DanT J., sawyer with T. J. Dudley, r Randolph, hel

Forsyth.

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Hunt, George, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Hunt, Thomas, foreman dressing room E. and P. F., r

Browneville, Ala.

Hunter, Green, e, carpenter with Corhally & Chalmers.

HUNTER, JOHN WESLEY, c, hoot and shoemaker,

Randolph, hel Jackson, r Forsyth hel Thomas.

Hunter, Richard J., book-keeper with Swift, Murphy & Co.

r Forsyth, het Randolph and St. Clair.

Hunter, Sam, foreman mule spinner, r Girard, Ala.

Hunter, Rev. W. C., r Oglethorpe, het Crawford and St.

Clair. Hurt, Mrs. Frances,.rJWynnton.
Hurt, Joel E., farmer, r Wvnnton. Hurt, John, c, laborer, r Wynns Hill. HOSKINS, WM. G., c, hoot and shoe maker, Broad, hel
Crawford, r Jackson, het Fulton and Covington. Hutchens, John, assistant, E. and P. F., r Browneville,

A.1
Hutchens, Pleasant, waste picker, E. and P. I., r Browne

ville, Ala. Hutchinson, Mrs. Maggie, weaver, E. and P. F., r Browne

ville, Ala.

_-cl HU-_I--I

HO
Hyde, Wm., laborer, with H. Houldsworth, r Browneville,
Ala. Hyde, Wm., weaver, E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

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Illges, Abraham, of Preer, Illges & Co. and of Allen, Preer

& Illges, r Front, cor St. Clair.

.

Ingram, David, c, laborer, r McIntosh, bet Thomas and

Baldwin. Ingram, Porter, of Ingram & Crawford, r Linnwood.

Ingram, Wm., engineer, W. R.R., r Browneville, Ala.

Ingram & Crawford, (Porter Ingram and Martin J. Craw

ford,) attorneys-at-law, Broad, cor Bryan.

Ingmire, Arthur, engraver and jeweler, Oglethorpe, ab

Randolph.

Irvin, Sterling, c, laborer, r Wynn's Hill.

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Irving, Thomas, ship carpenter, r Thomas, bet Front an

Broad. Isbell, Lewis W., of Swift, Murphy & Co., r Forsyth, bet
Bryan and Franklin. Israel, Jim, c, laborer, r Marshall, Ala. Iverson, John F., Agent Mutual Life Ins. Co., N. Y., no
tary public and commissioner of deeds' for Alabama,

81 Broad.

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IVEY, HUGE G., County Sheriff, r Wynuton.

Ivey, James B., of Ivey & Co., r Crawford, bel Oglethorpe

IVEY & GO., (James B. Ivey and Robert J. Barbee),

family grocers, Crawford, bet Broad and Oglethorpe.



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Jackman, Hal, r Jackson, bet Thomas and Baldwin

Jackson, Andrew, c, carpenter, with Snyder & Gifford, r

Wynn's Hill.:

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Jackson, Benjamin, of Jackson & Pratt, r Troup, bet Craw

ford and Thomas.

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Jackson, John, c, laborer, r Jackson, John L., c, watchn
ham, bel Broad. Jackson, Henry, c, porter w
Crawford. Jackson, Martha, c, widow, | Jackson, Mary, c, nurse,
Thomas. Jackson, Munroe, c, laborei J Jackson, Richard, c, emplo;
Randolph.
JACKSON, THOMAS J.,
r Girard, Ala. Jackson, Wm., .c, porter I-
Front. Jackson, Wm. H., weight
Thomas, cor Mercei JACKSON & PRATT, (
Pratt), wholesale Broad. Jail, Mercer, bet Thomas James, Aaron, c, laborer, rard, Ala. James, --, bridge supt, r JAMES, WM. A., sec'y
and agt Patapsc r Wynnton. Jamison, Gilbert, c, labc Jarrett, John, c, boot ar. thorpe, r Mercer, Jaques, Richard W.,rf Jefferson, Creve, c, labo Jefferson, Joseph, milL county, Ala. Jefferson, Yok, c, labor Jenkins, Neal, c, mill 1 Jenkins, Sam, c, bar
House.

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Jackson, John, c, laborer, r Branch, N. Liberties.

Jackson, John L., c, watchman river steamboats, r Dilling

ham, bel Broad.

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Jackson, Henry, c, porter with C. J. Moffett, r Jackson, nr

Crawford.

Jackson, Martha, c, widow, cook, r Girard, Ala.

Jackson, Mary, c, nurse, r Front, bet Crawford and

Thomas.
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Jackson, Munroe, c, laborer, r Troup, N. Liberties.

Jackson, Richard, c, employee with Sun office, r Troup, hel

Randolph. JACKSON, THOMAS J., local editor Columbus Enquirer,

r Girard, Ala.

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Jackson, Wm.,.c, porter at Rankin House, r Thomas, hel

Front. Jackson, Wm. H., weigher, with Allen, Preer & Illges, r

Thomas, cor Mercer. JACKSON & PRATT, (Benjamin Jackson and Alexander

Pratt), wholesale liquor, tobacco and cigars, 142

,

Broad.



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Jail, Mercer, bet Thomas and Crawford.

James, Aaron, c, laborer, at Dudley's Lumber Yard, r Gi

rard, Ala. James, --, bridge supt, r Franklin, hel Oglethorpe.

JAMES, WM. A., sec'y and treas'r Spring Villa Mfg Co.,

and agt Patapsco Guano Co., St. Clair, ah Front,

r Wynnton.

Jamison, Gilbert, c, laborer, r Marshall, Ala.

Jarrett, John, c, hoot and shoe maker, Randolph, ah Ogle

thorpe, r Mercer, hel Crawford.

Jaques, Richard W., r Oglethorpe, ah Bryan.

Jefferson, Creve, c, laborer, r McIntosh and Covington.

Jefferson, Joseph, miller, with G. W. Woodruff, r Russell

county, Ala. Jefferson, Yok, c, laborer, r Forsyth, bet Early and Few.

Jenkins, Neal, c, mill hand, with Geo. W. Woodruff.

Jenkins,' Sam, c, barber, with W. E. Terry, r Rankin

House.

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Jenkins, Tony, c, carpenter, with D. W. Champayne, r

' Baldwin, bet Oglethorpe and Jackson.

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Jennett, Drayden, laborer, Girard, Ala. Jennett, Robert, laborer, E. and P. F., r Girard, Ala. Jepson, Alonzo, engineer, with M. and G. R.R. JEPSON, FRANCIS A., brick manufacturer, Thomas, bet

Troup and Jackson. JEPSON, LOVICK P., engineer, r Jackson, cor Few. Jerome, Tom, c, hostler, with Wm. Munday, Oglethorpe,

bel St. Clair. Jeter, Frank M., printer, with Columbus Enquirer, r St.

Clair, bet Troup and Forsyth. Jeter, Homer, clerk, with Jas. D. Carter, r Rose Hill. Jeter, Dr. H. M,, physician, office at Griffin's. Jewell, James, laborer, on M. and G. R.R., r Girard, Ala.

Jewell, Mary Anne, widow. Jewett, Henry R., salesman, with F. C. Johnson & Co., r

McIntosh, cor St. Clair. Jibson, Lucy, weaver, with A. Clegg & Co , r Forsyth, bel

Baldwin. Johnson, Acke, c, carpenter, r McIntosh and Covington. ' Johnson, Asbury F., grocer and dry goods, Broad, r cor

Bryan and Troup.

Johnson, Chas., c, porter, with Ellis & Harrison, r Bay, ab

Baldwin.



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Johnson, Charlie, c, laborer, r nr St. John's (col) Church.

Johnson, Cicero, c, gin maker, r Oglethorpe, cor Commerce,

N. Liberties. Johnson, Dan, c, laborer, E. and P. Mills, r Mercer, bet
Thomas and Crawford. Johnson, Edgar, printer with Sun Office, r Oglethorpe,

bet Baldwin and Few. Johnson, Edwin, r Girard, Ala. Johnson, Mrs. Emma, r Girard, Ala. Johnson, Frank, c, bar-keeper with

Wash

Bain, r east

common. Johnson, Frank C., of Frank C. Johnson & Co., r Wvnn-

ton.

Johnson, F. C., &

Bradford,) dr `

Johnson, Frank K.

Wynnton.

JOHNSON, GAB..,

ford and Th<

Johnson, George V

Girard, Ala

Johnson,
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Mrs.

Har

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Johnson, Henry, err

Browneville

Johnson, Henry, c

Johnson, Henry,

Thomas, co, ,

Johnson, Henry V

r Girard, A

Johnson, Isaac, < ,

Few.

JOHNSON, JA\

cor Mercer.

Johnson, James, <

Johnson, James 1

Randolph.

Johnson Jasper, A

rard, Ala.

Johnson, Jenny,

rard, Ala.

Johnson, John, 1

Johnson, John,c

Johnson, Lester

Thomas.

Johnson, Lewis,

cor Band* ,

Johnson, Mrs. L

Johnson, Lucy,

Johnson, Luke,

Ala.

Johnson, Nath a

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118

Johnson, F. C., & Co., (Frank C. Johnson and Pleasant S.

Bradford,) dry goods, 12 Broad.

Johnson, Frank K., salesman with F. C. Johnson & Co., r

Wynnton.

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JOHNSON, GABRIEL L., c, "barber, r Broad, het Craw

ford and Thomas.
Johnson, George W., c, blacksmith with Wm. P. Guest,

Girard, Ala. Johnson, Mrs. Harriet, Broad st. Girard, Ala. ' Johnson, Henry, carpenter with R. R., Goetchius & Co., r

Browneville, Ala.

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Johnson, Henry, c, laborer, N. Liberties.

Johnson, Henry, c, carpenter with Snyder & Gifford, r

Thomas, cor Forsyth. Johnson, Henry W., c, laborer with Swift, Murphy & Co.,

r Girard, Ala.

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Johnson, Isaac, c, laborer, r Forsyth, het Baldwin and

Few.

.

JOHNSON, JAMES, Judge Superior Court, r St. Uair,

cor Mercer.

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Johnson, James, c, laborer, Troup, N. Liberties.

Johnson, James D., supt. with A. Gammel, r Jackson, ab

Randolph.-'

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Johnson Jasper, spinner, E. and P. F., r creek branch, Gi-

rard, Ala.

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Johnson, Jenny, laborer, E. and P. F., r Lrherty Hill, Gi

Johnson, John, harness maker, with W. B. Kent, r Entaw.
Johnson, John, c, gardner, r nr Branch, N. Liberties. Johnson, Lester, e, laborer, r Mercer, bet Baldwin and

Johnson, Lewi's, c, painter, with Lymus Jones, r Forsyth,

cor Randolph.

.

Johnson, Mrs. Lucy, r Girard, Ala.

Johnson, Lucy, c, cook, r cor Troup and Fulton.

Johnson, Luke, c, servant, with Henry Murray, r Girard,

Ala. Johnson, Nathan, c, laborer, with Blount & Haiman._

114

Johnson, Nelly, widow, seamstress, Girard, Ala. Johnson, Orfile C., family and fancy grocer, 75 Broad, r

same.

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Johnson, Philo, moulder, Columbus Iron Works, r Girard,

Ala.
Johnson, Mrs. Rebecca, c, washerwoman, r Water st, N.

Liberties.

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Johnson, Robert, c, laborer, r Oglethorpe, N. Liberties.

Johnson, Tom. c, laborer, with Dan. Collins, r S. Com

mons. Johnson, Walter H., postoffice mailing clerk, St. Clair, cor

Mercer.

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JOHNSON, WILLIAM, local agent Central Line Boats,

Crawford, bet Broad and Oglethorpe, r Forsyth, hel

St Clair.

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Johnson, William, r Girard, Ala.

Johnson, William, c, clerk, r Crawford, bet Broad and

Front. Johnson, William, c, laborer, r McIntosh, bet Thomas and

Baldwin.

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Johnston, A. F. & Co., (Asbury F. and Chas. T.) grocers,

169 Broad.
Johnston, Asbury F., of A. F. Johnston & Co., r Bryan,

cor Troup. Johnston, Calvin E., of J. K. Redd & Co., r Linwood. Johnston. Chas. T., of A. F. Johnston & Co., r 169 Broad. JOHNSTON, DR. DAVID W., of. Mason & Johnston, r

Raokin House. Johnston, James D., of Johnston & Sons, r Jackson, cor

Baldwin. Johnston, James D. Jr., of J. Johnston & Sons, r Jackson,

cor Baldwin. Johnston, John H., of J. Johnston & Sons, r Jackson, cor

Baldwin. JOHNSON, J., & SONS, (James D., James D. Jr., and
John H.) dry goods and Groceries, 147 Broad. Johnston, Nathan, c, porter with A. F. Johnston & Co., r

Wynns Hill.

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Johnston, William I. Bryan, cor Tr. j
Joines, Edmund W.:, Jones, Aaron, c, gaij Jones, Aleck, c, brij|
Few. Jones, Alfred, c, lal Jones, Alonzo, c, P,
Baldwin. ; ^ Jones, Andrew, c, ;.i

Bryan.

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Jones, Chas., c, lab

Jones, Claiborn II.,

Jones, Daniel, c, la .

Jones, Edward, c, , -

hel St. Clair

Jones, Edmund, c, ,

Jones, Frank, c, fa|

Jones, George W.,

t Jones, Henry, c, cjfi;

, ville, Ala.

JONES, JAMES,
St Clair an

JONES, JAMES '
Randolph,

Jones, Jesse, e. eo ` Jones, John, c, la
son, ah Cov .

j | Jones, John, fami : Jones, John, c, Ik Jones, John J., 1 Jones, John W., thorpe.
;, Jones, Lymus,

Jones, Andrew, c, boot and shoemaker,- Oglethorpe bel

Bryan. Jones, Chas., c, laborer M. and G. R.R., nr Marshall, Ala.

Jones, Claiborn H., tailor, 102 Broad.

Jones, Daniel, c, laborer, r Girard, Ala. Jones, Edward, c, drayman with R. R. Thweatt, r Front,

bel St. Clair. Jones, Edmund, c, laborer, r Forsyth, bet Few and Early. Jones, Frank, c, family grocer, Oglethorpe, bel Bryan. Jones, George W., warper E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Jones, Henry, c, carpenter with N. W. Ashurst, r Browne-

, ville, Ala. JONES, JAMES, c, boot and shoemaker, Oglethorpe, het
St. Clair and Crawford, r nr cemetery. JONES, JAMES S., dry goods and notions, fifi Broad, cor

Raudolph, r Broad, ab Randolph. Jones, Jesse, c, cor McIntosh and Baldwin. Jones, John, claborer with Allen, Freer & lllges, r Jack-

son, ab Covington. Jones, John, family grocer, N. Liberties. Jones, John, c, boot and shoemaker, N. Liberties.

Jones, John J., 102 Broad. Jones, John W., of Jones & Boland, r Crawford c<>r Ogle

thorpe. Jones, Lyinns, c, painter, Oglethorpe, ab Crawford. Jones, Mpck, c, laborer, r McIntosh, bet Few and Baldwin. Jones, Mary, c, washerwoman, r N. Liberties. Jones, Maurice, c, laborer, r Fulton, bet Front and Broad.

Jones, Millett, c, washerwoman, Girard, Ala

116
Jones, Nancy, seamstress, Girard, Ala. Jones, Nathan, c, laborer, r Forsyth, bet Early and Few. Jones, Robt. c, porter with Rosette & Bawhon, r Oglethorpe,
bel Crawford. Jones, Robt. c, expressman, r Wynns Hill. Jones, Silla, c, washerwoman, r Troup, bet Early and Fulton. Jones, Stroter, c, laborer, Troup, bet Few and Early. Jones, Mrs. Susan, weaver E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Jones, Thomas, c, laborer with S. W. R. R., r McIntosh,
ab Bryan. Jones, Thomas, family grocer, r Girard, Ala. Jones, Yan, c, carpenter with Corhally & Chalmers, .r
Wynns Hill. Jones, William, c, blacksmith helper with F. Taylor, r
Wamocks Hill. .. Jones, William, c, laborer, r Jackson, bel Baldwin. Jones, VVm., c, porter with T. J. McAdam, r Jackson, bet
Baldwin and Few. Jones, J. Joseph, clerk with Dr. R. A. Ware, r Broad, bet
St. Clair and Randolph. Jones, Wm. B., money clerk Southern Express Co., r Rus
sell co., Ala. JONHS & BOLAND, (John W. Jones and Andrew J.
Boland,) saloon, restaurant and bowling alley, Opera House, Crawford, cor Oglethorpe. JORDAN, G. GUNBY, secretary and treasurer Eagle and Phenix Manufacturing Co., and agent Firemans Fund Insurance Company, r St. Clair, cor Front. JORDAN, JuHN L., druggist, 186 Broad, r Oglethorpe, bel Baldwin. JORDAN, OSCAR S., manager Thread Mills with E. and P. Mf g Co. r Forsyth, bel Randolph. Joseph, Isaac, of Joseph & Bro., r Broad, bet Thomas and Baldwin. JOSEPH, JACOB, dry goods and clothing, 138 Broad. Joseph, Moses, of Joseph & Bro., r Oglethorpe, bet Thomas and Baldwin.

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i JOSEPH dt BRO., !

i

Broad.

Judson, Lettie, school ||

Kaiser, Chas,. clerk, wi.)

Front.

>;.i

Kaufman, Jacob, of J. -

dolph and St. Cl;/: Kaufman, Julius, of J.

dolph and St. Cl ' KAUFMAN, J J J,

cers and plantat

Bryan.

;

Kaul, Samj, of Sam'l 1 ,

Kaul, Sam'l & Co., (Sk

goods, 167 Broad ; Karanagh, Mrs. Mary"

Keen, John F., machini

Randolph.

Kealy. Thomas, machini

Iveil, Manson, ice maker rard, Ala.

Keith, Daniel, consultin' . Kelly, Mrs. Ann, groc

Kelly, Elias, weaver, E. ,

Kelly. George, laborer, \

j Kelly, George, W.,jr., j Kelly, George W,, farm.

Kelly, Green, spinner, K

Kelly, Horace, laborer E

Kelly, James, laborer E.

Kelly. John, laborer E. ;

Kelly, Patrick, painter S

Crawford. Kelly, Mrs. Sarah E., se;

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117

i JOSEPH < BBO., (Isaac and Moses,) dry goods, 69

,

Broad.

Judson, Lettie, school teacher Claflin school.

K

Kaiser, Chas,. cleric, with Charles Heyman, r Crawford, ab Front.

Kaufman, Jacob, of J. & J. Kaufman, r Forsyth, bet Ran dolph and St. Clair.

Kaufman, Julius, of J. & J. Kaufman, r Forsyth, bet Ran dolph and St. Clair.

KAUFMAN, J. & J., (Jacob and Julius,) wholesale gro

cers and plantation supplies, 14 and 16 Broad, cor Bryan.

Kaul, Sam'l, of Sam'l Kaul & Co.

Kaul, Sam'l & Co., (Sam'l Kaul and J. Kernicker,) dry goods, 167 Broad.

Kavanagh, Mrs. Mary Ann, r Thomas, ab Front.

Keen, John F., machinist, with S. W. R.R., r Forsyth, ab

, Randolph.

1

Kealy, Thomas, machinist, r Thomas, bet Front and Broad.

Keil, Manson, ice maker with Columbus Ice Company, r Gi

rard, Ala.

Keith, Daniel, consulting engineer, r McIntosh, bel Thomas.

Kelly, Mrs. Ann, groceries, r Crawford, bel Broad.

Kelly, Elias, weaver, E. and P. F#, r Marshall, Ala.

Kelly, George, laborer, with E. and P. F , r Girard, Ala.

Kelly, George, W.,jr., laborer, E. and P. F., r Marshall.

Kelly, George W,, farmer, r Marshall, Ala.

Kelly, Green, spinner, E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Kelly, Horace, laborer E. and P. F., r Marshall, Ala.

Kelly, James, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Kelly { John, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Kelly, Patrick, painter S. W. R.R., r cor McIntosh and

Crawford.

Kelly, Mrs. Sarah E., seamstress, r Browneville, Ala.

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Keely, Thomas M., machinist Columbus Iron Works. Kendrick, Charles A., pastor First Baptist Church, r Craw
ford, bet Troup and Forsyth. Kendrick, Clark, c, barber with Joe Clark & Son, r nr S.

W. R.R. Kendrick, Samuel, weaver E. and P.. F., r Browneville, Ala. Kennedy, Mrs. Eliza A., millinery and fancy goods, 60
Broad, r Troup, bet Crawford and Thomas. Kennedy, Sarah, with Mrs. E. A. Kennedy, r Troup, bel

Thomas. Kennedy, Wm. S., clerk with Mrs. E. A. Kennedy, r Troup,

bel Thomas. KENNEDY, THOMAS, blacksmith, r Troup, bet Craw

ford and Thomas. Kennedy Thomas J., clerk with Swift, Murphy & Co., r
Troup, bet Crawford and Thomas. Kennedy, W. M., salesman Wilson Sewing Machine, r 153

Broad.

if

Kennington, James, painter, with Bradford, & Co., r Gi

rard, Ala. Kennington, Joseph, city canvasser, with E. S. Roberts,
Universal Life Ins. Co., r Girard, Ala. Kent, Frederick, agent -for Denis Cronin, r Front, bet
Thomas and Baldwin. Kent, Gilbert, painter, r irard, Ala. Kent, James, painter, with Geo. W. Gafford, r Girard, AlaKENT, WARNER 1saddlery, harness, &c.r-102 Broad,
Troup, bet'Crawford and St. Clair. Kern, Emanuel, of Kern & Koeb, r o9 Broad. Kern & Loeb, (Emanuel Kern and Solomon Loeb,) dry
goods and clothing, 59 Broad.' Kernicker, J., of Sam'l Kaul & Co. Ketchum, Frank, picker tender, with Muscogee Mfg Co.,
Broad, bet Bridge and Franklin. Key, Eliza, c, cook, with B. Hawkins, r Mercer, ab Craw

ford. Key, Joseph S , pastor St. Luke's Church, r cor St. Clair

and McIntosh.

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Keys, Glenn H., clerk, r 1 Keyle, Henry, c, laborer,
Oglethorpe. Kidd, Chas., turner, with g
thorpe, bel Ct Clair Kidd, Thomas, carpenter
Browmeville, Ala. Kilgrow, Joseph S., fireml
St. Clair. Kilpatrick, Mrs. Martha, \
dolph. Kimbrough, Alfred, paint
Ala. King, George, c, marbh ,
Front, bet Thomas , King. Isaac, c, laborer, r . KING, JOHN, banker, > .
Broad, r Broad, bet King, John E., painter \
Front. KING, JOSEPH, boot a 1
thorpe, cor Few. King, Marshall, c, cook,
Crawford. King, Mary, c, washerv King, Moses, c, laborer, r King, Zach T., collector b
bet St. Clair and C Kinsel, Chas. M., of Wit
thorpe and Broad. Kirks, Isham, c, laborer, Kirven, James, r Broad, Kirven, Joseph A., clerk
tosh, bet Randolph Kirven, Richard M., dra. Kleber, Madame Mary B. .Kiefbeck, --, coppersmit
Broad.

119

Keys, Glenn H., clerk, r Front, bet Crawford and Thomas. Keyle, Henry, c, laborer, with C. G. Bize, r Randolph, cor

Oglethorpe.

.

.

Kidd, Chas., turner, with R. R. Goetchius & ^o., r g e

thorpe, bel Ct Clair. Kidd, Thomas, carpenter, with .E. and P. F. s op, r

Browneville, Ala.
Kilgrow, Joseph S., fireman with W. R.R., r Mercer, cor

St. Clair. Kilpatrick, Mrs. Martha, hoarding house, Jackson, cor Kan

Kimbrough, Alfred, painter with Bradford & Co., r Girard,

King, George, c, marble polisher with H. McCauley, r Front, bet Thomas and Baldwin,
King. Isaac, c, laborer, r Jackson, bet Baldwin and Few KING, JOHN, hanker, and proprietor Thread Mills, 71
Broad, r Broad, bet Baldwin and Few.
King, John E,, painter with S. W. R.R., r Thomas, cor

Front.

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KING, JOSEPH, boot and shoe dealer, 104 Broad, r Ogle

thorpe, cor Few.

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King, Marshall, c, cook, with B. Hawkins, r Mercer, ab

Crawford.

.

1

Kin^, Mary, c, washerwoman, McIntosh, ab Early.

King', Moses, c, laborer, r Forsyth and Covington.

King, Zach T., collector banking house John King, r Troup,

bet St. Clair and Crawford. Kinsel, Chas. M., of Wittich & Kinsel, r Few, bet Ogle

thorpe and Broad. Kirks, Isham, c, laborer, r Girard, Ala. Kirven, James, r Broad, bet Thomas and Baldwin. Kirven, Joseph A., clerk with S. Landauer &Bro., r McIn
tosh, bet Randolph and St. Clair. Kirven, Richard M., dray line, r McIntosh, bel Randolp .
Kleber, Madame Mary B., cor Jackson and Bridge . Kiefbeck, --, coppersmith, S. W. R.R., r St. Clair, a

Broad.

.

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120

Klink, Chas. A., r Forsyth, bet St. Clair and Crawford. KLINK, A. B., saloon and restaurant, r 144 Broad. KLINK, HENRY G., club room, 144 Broad. Klinkerfuss, Frederick, boot and shoemaker, with F. Wild

ing, r Front, ab Early. KNARESBORO, REV. PATRICK JOHN, Catholic priest
and pastor ad interim, r Jackson, bet Baldwin and

Few. Knight, Billy, c, laborer, Marshall, Ala. Knight, Washington, c, laborer, r Fulton, bet McIntosh and

Mercer.

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Knowles, Frank, c, laborer, Columbus Iron Works, Broad,

Girard, Ala. Knowles, Franklin, machinist, r Girard, Ala. Knowles, John, machinist, r Girard, Ala. Knowles, Mrs. Mary, storekeeper, r Girard, Ala. KCEHNE, GUSTAVUS A., merchant tailor, 134 Broad,
r Front, bet Thomas and Baldwin. KORNER, WILLIAM, dealer in furniture, dry goods, and
manufacturer of trunks, 143 Broad. Krause, Wm., pastry cook at Rankin House, r Crawford,

bet Broad and Front. Kroll, George, c, laborer, r Girard, Ala. Kroll, John, boot and shoemaker, Crawford, bet Broad and
Oglethorpe, r Girard, Ala. Kurniker, Jacob, r Troup, bet Thomas and Baldwin. Kurniker, Elwood, of Chas. Heyman & Co., r 136 Broad. Kunsberg, Raphael, clerk, r Oglethorpe, nr St. Clair. Kyle, John H., of J. Kyle & Co., r Randolph, cor Mercer. j Kyle, Joseph, of J. Kyle & Co., r Randolph, cor Meicer. KYLE, J., & GO., (Joseph and John H. Kvle,) dry goods, j

hoots, shoes, &c., 100 Broad.

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Lacome, Justin,hoot and shoemaker, Oglethorpe, bel Bryan, r Forsyth, ah Covington.

LaHatt, Mrs. Elizabeth:

Broad.

.\

LaHatt, Julius II., of La:

LaHatt, Macon T., print|

Broad. LaHatt & Co.,\(Julius H. `
ily grocers, 149 Bi -

LAMAR, A. R., editor

Few.

|

Lamar, John E., county j Lamb, H. H., ofRadcli# Lamhertson, Mrs. Susan,

Lamhertson, Wm. T., e

Broad. Lamon, John, machinist

Early. Lancaster, Benjamin J., Landauer, Hermann, of Landauer, Sigmund, of !
Thomas and Bald

LANDAUER, S., & f
dry goods and no Landon, Frank, of F. L LANDON, F., & CO
Day,) hats, caps,

Lane, Henry H., c, hlr' field.

tLaney, S. V., atty. at 1 Langdon, Wm., hoolc-
Broad, bet Bahlv Langdon William P.,
Broad, bet BaMv

Langley, Mrs. Emily, Lansford, Mrs. Carolim

ville, Ala. Lansford, Fanny, tli..'

ville, Ala.

121

LaHatt, Mrs. Elizabeth J., Pulaski boarding bouse, 153

Broad. LaHatt, Julius H., of LaHatt & Co., r Broad, ab Crawford. LaHatt, Macon T., printer with Columbus Enquirer, r 153
Broad. LaHatt & Co.,\(Julius H. LaHatt and William Davis) fam

ily grocers, 149 Broad.

a

LAMAR, A. R., editor Savannah Advertiser, r Broad, cor

Few.

Lamar, John E., county surveyor. Lamb, H. H., of Radcliff & Lamb, r 124 Broad.

Lambertson, Mrs. Susan, seamstress, 38 Broad. Lambertson, Wm. T., engineer M. and W. P. R.R., r 38

Broad. Lamon, John, machinist with S. W. R.R. r Oglethorpe, bel
Early. Lancaster, Benjamin J., carpenter, Broad st. Girard, Ala. Landauer, Hermann, of S. Landauer & Bro., r 82 Broad.

Landauer, Sigmund, of S. Landauer & Bro., r Broad, bet Thomas and Baldwin.

LANDAUER, S., & BRO., (Sigmund and Hermann,)

dry goods and notions, 82 Broad.

Landon, Frank, of F. Landon & Co., r Montgomery, Ala.

LANDON, F., & CO., (Frank Landon and Henry E.

Day,) hats, caps, &c., 91 Broad.

Lane, Henry H., c, blacksmith with Welch & Co., r old

field.

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tLaney, S. V., atty. at law, r 109 Broad. Langdon, Wm., book-keeper with Wittich & Kinsel, r
Broad, bet Baldwin and Few. Langdon Will'am P., clerk with G. W. Brown & Co., r
Broad, bet Baldwin and Few.

Langley, Mrs. Emily, Broad st. Girard, Ala. Lansford, Mrs. Caroline, weaver E. and P. F., r Browne-

ville, Ala. Lansford, Fanny, thread hander E. and P. F., r Browne-

ville, Ala.

122

Larkin, Denis, r Jackson, bet Baldwin and Few.

Laurus, Eugene, cor McIntosh and Bryan.-

Law, Chas. H., salesman with- W. J. Chaffin, r Forsyth,

bet St. Clair and Crawford. LAW, SAMUEL B., physician, Broad, cor St. Clair, r

Forsyth, bet St. Clair and Crawford.

Lawhon, Sam'l, c, shoemaker with Wm. H. Tines, r Broad,

bet Bryan and Franklin. Lawhon, Samuel E., of Rosette & Lawhon, r Broad, cor St.

Clair. Lawrence, A. R., watchman with W. R.R., r McIntosh, cor

Bryan. Lawrence, James, billiard keeper with J. W. Ryan, r Gi

rard, Ala. Layfield, George M., baker with J. M. Layfield, r Ogle

thorpe, cor Crawford. LAYFIELD, JAMES M., confectioner and baker, Craw

ford, cor Oglethorpe.

J

Layfield, Robt. clerk with J. M. Layfield, r Oglethorpe,

cor Crawford. . Leary, Charles, c, wliitewasher, r cor McIntosh and Fulton;

Ledsmger, Robt. W., cotton buyer, Front bel St. Clair, r

Oglethorpe, bet St. Clair and Crawford.

Lee, David, c, laborer,;r Wynns Hill.

Lee, James C., farmer, and dealer in wood, Girard, Ala.

LEE, MRS. LIZZIE A., millinery and fancy goods, 89

Broad.

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-Lee, Michael H., merchant, 89 Broad.

Lemon, Emma E., millinery and fancy goods, Randolph,

ab Broad, r Jackson, bel Few.

Lenihan, Martin, rock mason aud gardner, r Crawford, bet

Broad and Front. Leon, Peter, clerk with S. Kaul & Co., r Troup, ab Bald

win. Lequin, Chas. H., watches and jewelry, 84 Broad, r St.

Clair, cor Oglethorpe. Lewis, George, c, barber with Shepherd Rogers, r Jackson

ab Bryan.

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Lewis, Georg , Bridge
Lewis, James Lewis, Jason,
LEWIS, JOA
thorpe,. Lewis, -- brie Lewis, Mack,
Mercer, f Lewis, Mrs. Mi
Fulton. Lewis, Thom a :
and Fu Lewis, Win. V.
LIU ON, JOB
r Forsy: Ligon, John V
Forsyth Liman, George
Baldwin 1 Linn, Moses, c
Browuex Lips, George V-
Broad. Lips, Theo. A.
Broad.
LIPS, THEOi
W.) sale Little, Mrs. Ma 1
Baldwin. little, II I/
Chat! ih. Bryan u
LITTLETON, \
bet Jacks Lize, George, Ja Lize, Wm., labc Lloyd, Chas. car



123

LemS' |?!rRC ^''JIerk w!th M- McCook, r Oglethorpe, bet

Bridge and Franklin.

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Lewie, James A., of Gawley & Lewis, r Rankin House.

LEWIS jlsEPN^ fakrn- be* CraWf0rd ""d fho" me ' ara'ly SrCer- Ba"d0,>)h- *'a-

l1w!s' Mach deSe C0ntract01'- r Fr""kli". M Oglethorpe.

Merti

reSTMa"' rFuH0D' bet McI"tos'> and

Lewis, Mrs,, Mine,wa, .seamstress, r McIntosh, bet Early and

^ "n ^ Early

Lewis, Wm. M,, painter, Broad st. Girard Ala

LIOON, JOHN, family grocer, Crawford! hel Oglethorpe

r Forsyth, cor St. Clair.

P'

L,g0n,Fo0rhsytr:' C'erk ""h ' Joh"S r

LlraSn,BaMwfn'C' Car|>enter' r ForeJth, bet Thomas and

Finn, Moses, carpenter with R. R. Goetchins & Co r

Browneville, Ala.

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Lips, George W,, f T. A. Lips & Br0 _ r Sf ^ a]>

LlPS' TBre,,adA' n'hed0re A- Li|'s * BTM-> t St. Clair, ab

LIPS, TlIEODOltE A. < RHO., (Then. A, and Geome
..... W ) saloon and billiards, St. Clair ab Broad.
L.ttle, Mrs Mary, seamstress, r Jackson, bet Thomas and Baldwin.

LITTLE, WM. .1, attorney a, law, and solicitor general

Chattahoochee Circuit, 95 Broad, r Jackson bet

Bryan and Randolph.

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LITTLETON DAVID, blacksmith and wbeelright, Bryan

bet Jackson and Oglethorpe, r 24 Broad

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l`Z' (t0ree: 'aborer E- and p- F-, t Browneville, Ala

T o d nr' rerE- and P' F-> r Browneville, Ala ' IJoyd, Chas. carpenter with Corbally * Chalmers.

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124

Lloyd, George I., harness maker with W. R. Kent, r Ogle

thorpe, nr Perry House. Lloyd, Mrs. Mary E., r Troup, bet Thomas and Baldwin.

Lloyd, Theodore A., messenger with Chattahoochee Nation

al Bank.
Lockett, Launton, c, porter with J. & J. Kaufman, r Gi

a',* . rard, ' Ala.

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Lockett, Mrs. Louisa, r Forsyth, ab Bryan.

*

i

Lockhart, Young, c, hostler with A. Gammell, r Ogle

thorpe, ab Randolph. Loeb, Aaron, dry goods and clothing, 64 Broad.

Loeb, Solomon, of Kern & Loeb, r 59 Broad. Long, Edgar T., salesman with Boatrite & Clapp, r Broad,

cor St. Clair. Long, Henry, fireman S. W. R.R., r Mercer, bet Thomas

and Crawford. Long, James W., cotton shipper with Redd, Chambers

Banks, r Troup, cor Bryan. Long, N. W., farmer, r Troup, bet Franklin & Bryan.

Lopez, Cayetans, cigar manufacturer, Broad, ab Thomas. Loudonbar, Frank, cigar maker, r Forsyth., bet Bryan and

Randolph. Love, Booker, c, laborer, r McIntosh, bet Baldwin and Few. Love, Isaac, c, laborer with C. E. & A. Dexter, r cor Mer

cer and St. Clair. Love, Jubilee, c, drayman with T. J. Dudley, r Forsyth,

ab Baldwin.. Love, Washington, c, cotton sampler with C. E. & A. Dex

ter, r cor Mercer and St. Clair.

Lovelace, Joseph, fireman W. R.R., r R.R. yard.

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Low. Isaac, engineer, r Oglethorpe, bet Randolph and

Bryan. Lowe, Aleck, c, blacksmith, r cor Thomas and Forsyth. Lowenthal, Leopold, of L. Lowenthal Co., r Crawford,

bel Forsyth. .Lowenthal, L. & Co., (Leopold Lowenthal and Moses Si
mons,) dry goods, clothing, &c., 166 Broad.

Luckie, Cornelius B., (

r 169 Broad. J

Luckie, Mark, c, por

Fulton.

i

Luke, William H.. cl .

Crawford and

Lumford, Octavia, C '

Oglethorpe, Ik.'

Lyle, Geo. W., E..an'J| >

Lyle, Warren F., lali'1

Lyle, William, labor?' i

Lynah, James M., ci'

Lynch, Charles, pain

Lynch, Louis M., sal `

Forsyth.

Lynn, Mrs. Susan, \\

Few and Early.

Lyon, Cautious C., it :

Lyon, John, of Web

Baldwin.

125
Luckie, Cornelius B., salesman with A. F. Johnston & Co. r 169 Broad.
I Luckie, Mark, c, porter with R. M. Gunby, r Forsyth, ah Fulton.
i Luke, William H., c, hoot and shoemaker, j Broad, het Crawford and Dillingham.
Lumford, Octavia, c, repairer -with Albert Hargraves, r Oglethorpe, bet Randolph and Bryan.
Lyle, Geo. W., E.and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Lyle, Warren F., laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Lyle, William, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Lynah, James M., city sexton, r Bridge. Lynch, Charles, painter, r Forsyth bel Baldwin. Lynch, Louis M., salesman with L. Harris, r St Clair, nr
Forsyth. Lynn, Mrs. Susan, weaver, E. and P. F.? r Mercer, bet
Few and Early. Lyon, Cautious C., mechanic, r Oglethorpe, N. Liberties. Lyon, John, of Welch & Co., r Jackson bet Thomas and
Baldwin.



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McAdam, Thomas J., family grocer, 190 Broad, r 188

Broad. '

McAfee, James,-c,"'porter with Cargill & Daniel, r McIn

tosh, bet Few and Early.

McAlister, Wm. J., architect with E. and P. F., r Front,

bel Baldwin.

McArdle, Francis, of C. Salvo & Co., Oglethorpe, bet Ful

ton and Covington.

McArthur, Dan'l, of McNeill & McArthur, r Broad, cor St.

Clair.



McArthur, Green, c, 'family grocer, 118 Bioad, and pastor

First Baptist Church, r Forsyth ab Baldwin.

McBride, James H., factory hand E. and P. F., r Browne

ville, Ala.

W

,

r

126
McBride, Joseph A., weaver E. and P. F., r Jackson, cor

Early. McCahey, Michael, Justice of Peace, 126 Broad,r Oglethorpe,

cor Baldwin. McCann, Mrs. Martha, Oglethorpe, bel Bridge.

McCarter, Wru. E., machinist S. W. R.R., r cor Troup and

Baldwin. McCarty, John, r Jackson, bet Baldwin and Few.

McCaston, William, c, carpenter, r Troup, N. Liberties.

McCauley, Henry, marble works, undertaker, 40 Broad, r

Summerville, Ala. McCauley, Henry, c, butcher with Patrick & Bro., r Jack-

son, bel Baldwin. McClellan, Wesley, blacksmith with David Littleton, r

Jackson, cor Bridge.

McCloud, John, engineer W. R.R., r Rankin House.

McCook Matthew, family grocer, r Oglethorpe bet Bridge

and Franklin. McCook, William M., family grocer, r N. Liberties.

McCormick, Henry, ship carpenter, r Front bet Few and

Early. * McCoy, Simon, c, laborer, Girard, Ala.

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McCracken, Bell, in harness shop E. and P. F., r Browne-

ville, Ala. McCracken, Mrs. Mary E., r Browneville, Ala.

McCrea, Mrs. Martha, r Marshall, Ala.

McCulloch, Richard, c, boot and shoe maker, r Wynns Hill.

McCubbins, John W., poultry dealer, r Front, bel Baldwin.

McDaniel, Juliet, dress maker, r 85 Broad.

McDaniel, Mrs. Tiney, r Girard, Ala. McDonnell, Hugh, engineer M. and G. R.R., r Forsyth, cor

Thomas. McDonough, Chas., laborer E. and P. F., r Girard,'Ala.

McDonough, John, laborer, r Girard,.Ala.

McDoodle, Mrs. Frances, r cor McIntosh and Randolph.

McDongald, Mrs. Anna Eliza, r Perry House. McDOUGALD,v WILLIAM A., president N.'and S. R.R.,

r Perry House.

127 |

McDowell, John, c, laborer with

,

Mercer, ab Thomas.

McDuffey, John, laborer, r Forsyt

lin.

McDuffey, Mrs. Sarah, r Forsyth,

McEachren, Edward S., of T. S.

thorpe, bel Washington.

McEachren, Thomas, policeman, r .

McElrath, Mrs. Martha, weaver E.

Ala.

McElvy, William, family grocer,

rard, Ala.

McGahey, John, dealer in wood, r

McGee, Garret, c, saloon, r Front, . McGehee, Allen C., cotton buy

Jackson, cor Washington.

McGehee, Christopher C., of Flo ;

Forsyth, het Bryan and Ra

McGoff, John, watchman N. and l McGoff, Mary, milliner with Mrs. McGough. Mrs.'Eliza, factory h
thorpe, bet Randolph and McGough, George L., of John Mc(
bet Front and Broad. McGough, John, of John McGoi: :
' Ala. McGOUGH, JOHN & CO. (John
dry goods, shoes, &c., 115 McGovern, Ja's, tin smith with
bet Thomas and Crawford. McGovern, Win., of J. H. Con
Few and Baldwin. McGraw, Mrs. Rhoda Ann, b
Thomas and Crawford. McGuirt, Silas G., night watch m .. McILHENNY, JOHN, Mayor ot
Columbus Gas Light Co. Jackson, bel Crawford.

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McDowell, John, c, laborer with Allen, Preer & Illges, r
Mercer, ab Thomas. McDuffey, John, laborer, r Forsyth, bet Bryan and Fran -

McDuffey, Mrs. Sarah, r Forsyth, bet Bryan and Franklin. McEachren, Edward S., of T. S. Young & Co., r Ogle

thorpe, hel Washington. McEachren, Thomas, policeman, r Troup, hel Baldwin. McElrath, Mrs. Martha, weaver E. and P. F. r Browneville,

Ala. McElvy, William, family grocer, Marshall, r Broad st. Gi-

rard, Ala.
McGahey, John, dealer in wood, r Marshall, Ala.
McGee, Garret, c, saloon, r Front, bet Crawford and Thomas.
McGehee, Allen C., cotton buyer Planters warehouse, r

Jackson, cor Washington.
McGehee, Christopher C., of Flournoy, McGehee & Co., r
Forsyth, bet Bryan and Randolph. McGoff, John, watchman N. and S. R. R-, r Girard, Ala. McGoff, Mary, milliner with Mrs. L. A. Lee, r Girard, Ala. McGough, Mrs.-Eliza, factory hand E. and P. F., r Ogle
thorpe, bet Randolph and Bryan. McGough, George L., of John McGough & Co., r Randolph,

bet Front and Broad. McGough, John, of John McGough & Co., r Glennville,

Ala.

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McGOUGH, JOHNj& GO. (John and George L. McGough)

dry goods, shoes, &c., 115 Broad. I McGovern, Ja's, tin smith with C. Salvo & Co., r Front,
bet Thomas and Crawford. McGovern, Wra., of J. H. Connor & Co., r Jackson, bet

Few and Baldwin.
McGraw, Mrs. Rhoda Ann, boarding house, r Front, bet

Thomas and Crawford. McGuirt, Silas G., night watchman W. R.R., r R.R. Yard. McILHENNY, JOHN, Mayor of Columbus, superintendent
Columbus Gas Light Co., and of A. Clegg & Co. r

Jackson, bel Crawford.

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McINTOSH, REV. JOHN R., principal Columbus select school, r Jackson bet Franklin and Bridge.
McJUNKIN, JOHN I)., mattress maker and upholsterer, r Broad, cdr Franklin.
McKee, John G., carriage repository, Oglethorpe, r For syth, bet Franklin and Bridge.
McKendree, Edward, clerk with John J. McKendree, r Jackson, bet Bridge and Washington.
McKENDREE, JOHN J., grain, hay, produce, &c., 137 Broad, r Jackson, bet Bridge and Washington.
McLaughlin, Stephen, Watchman at W. R.R. bridge, r N. Liberties.
McLEOD, MURDOCH D., saloon, Oglethorpe ab Ran- dolph.

McMichael, Wm. S., constable, 55 Broad, r Broad, bel Franklin.

McNaughton, Walter S., cotton sampler, r Front, bet

Thomas and Baldwin.'

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McNealy, Charles, laborer E. and P. F. r Marshall, Ala.

McNeil, Malcom F., engineer, r Forsyth, bet Early and Few.

McNeil, Mrs. M. F., dressmaker, r Forsyth, ab Early. McNEILL, JAMES M.^ attorney at law, and Justice of
'Peace, 139 Broad, r Forsyth, bel Crawford. McNEILL, JOHN A., wholesale and family grocer, and
plantation supplies, 155 Broad, r Rankin House. McNeill, Joseph, c, laborer, r Jackson, bet Few and Early. McNeill, Markham, tinsmith with C. Salvo & Co., r For
syth, bet Few and Early.

McNeill, Rory, of McNeill & McArthur, r St. Clair, cor

Oglethorpe.

McNeill & McArthur, (Rory McNeill and Dan'l McArthur)

hay, grain and provisions, St. Clair, cor Oglethorpe.

McOllister, William, foreman card room No. 1, E. & P. F.,

r Browneville, Ala.

McPbail, John D., machinist S. W. R. R., r Troup cor

Franklin.

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3f(jSHEEHAN, PATRICK, machinist E. and P. F.

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Madden, P*^ric(

Hoc. '

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Meyer, William, of F. Meyer & Co., r Few, bet Broad and

Oglethorpe.

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METER & BUSGB, (Louis F. Meyer and John G. Busch)

manufacturers and dealers in furniture, Thomas,

MIDDLEBROOK, HIRAM, saddles, harness, shoe find

ings, &c. 94 Broad.

,

Milford, Laura E. J,, ot J. Mi Bennett* On., r Troup, het

Crawford and Thomas. Milford, Robt. W., agt., with J. M. Bennett & Co., r ioup,

het Crawford and Thomas. ;

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Miller, Bennie, quiller B. and P. F,, r Bjowneville, Ala.

Miller, Chas. F., machinist with S. W. R. > r lca

.

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Clair.

.

Miller, Cornelius, c, laborer, r cor Thomas and Mercer.

r.

jMuuiller,, Mrs. Cyn'thia, spooiletr ?E. oarnrrdl PP. Fr., r Marshall,

Miller, Mrs. Elizabeth, dressmaker, r nr Troup, N. Liber

||0g

Miller, Frank, machinist with S. W.

r^Wynnton.

Miller, George T., watchman with b. W. H R-

Miller, Gustav A., machinist with S. W. R. .,

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Broad.



Miller, Mrs. Mary, r Baldwin, bet Troup and Forsyth

Milton, Moses, c, laborer Dudley's lumberj-ard, r Mercer,

bet Randolph and Bryan.

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Miller, Robt. G , salesman with J. A. &

0 y'

Girard, Ala.

Miller, William, fireman SI and G. R.B. Minter, Mathew 0,, salesman with John McGough & ho.,

r 115 Broad. Mitchell, Henry, c, laborer, N. Liberties.
Mitchell, Henry, vegetables, stall No. 7. Mitchell, Holland, c, cotton sampler with Allen, Preer

Illges, r Troup, N. Liberties.

Mitchell. Isaac, r cor Forsyth and Franklin.

,

Mitchell. Hiker, c,hostler, with A. Gatnmel, McIntosh, ah

Bryan.

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Mitchell, Robt. G., poli

ford.

ji

Mitchell, Sarah, school

Mitchell, Warren H., v

Mitz, S., family grocer,

Moate, Jesse, moulder i

Moate, John J., boot ai

Moate,7 M* ario\n,1 moulde1{ win, bel Ogletho

Moate, Mrs. frilly, sear

Moate, Simeon, carpeni

Mobile and Girard R..R

MOFFETT, Dr. CHA

ton.

Moffett, Henry P., boo

cor St. Clair.

Molander, Morris, m;

Broad.

Moline, Mrs. U., r Og

Monroe, George W., \

Montague, James, c, 1

Montgomery, doseph,

MONTI, JACOB G.

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cor Franklin.

Moukers, --, with E.

Monroe, P. L., c, fan

Moore, George T., cl

cor Randolph.

Moore, Henry D., of

Moore, Jim, c, carpo

svth, bel Tln.'i

Moore, Joe, c, citrpen

MOORE, MON TAG

bet Baldwin

Moore, Raudolph B.

bet Early and

Moore, Robt., carpei

Browneville,

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Mitchell, Robt. G., policeman, r cor McIntosh, and Craw

ford.

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Mitchell, Sarah, school teacher, r Forsyth cor Franklin.

Mitchell, Warren H., vegetables stall No. 5.

Mitz, S., family grocer, N. Liberties, r same.

Moate, Jesse, moulder with J. C. Porter.

Moate, John J., boot and shoe maker,-r Wynns Hill.

Moate, Marion, moulder at Columbia Iron Works, r Bald^

win, hel Oglethorpe. Moate, Mrs. Sally, seamstress, r Marshall, Ala. Moate, Simeon, carpenter, r Baldwin, ah Oglethorpe. Mobile and Girard R..R. office and depot head of Randolph. MOFFETT, Dr. CHAS. J"., druggist, 74 Broad, r Wynn-

ton. Moffett, Henry P., book-keeper with T. J. Dudley, r Broad,

cor St. Clair. Molander, Morris, machinist, S. W. R.R , r St. Clair ah

Broad. Moline, Mrs. U., r Oglethorpe ab Bryan. Monroe, George W., vegetables stall No. 8. Montague, James, c, laborer, r Front, hel Thomas. Montgomery, Joseph, dyer at E. and P. F., r Browneville. MONTI, JACOB ., tailor, Randolph, ah Broad, r Broad



cor Franklin.

Moukers, --, with E. and P. F., r Oglethorpe ab Bryan.

Monroe, P. L., c, family grocer, N. Liberties.

Moore, George T., clerlTwith H. Middlehrook, r firoad,

cor Randolph. Moore, Henry D., of Moore & Boring, r Broad, cor Bryan. Moore, Jim, c, carpenter with D. W. Champayne, r For

syth, bel Thomas. Moore, Joe, c, carpenter with N. W. Ashurt, r N. Liberties. MOOR F, MONTAGUE M., clerk City Council, r Broad,
bet Baldwin and Few. Moore, Randolph B., with Wm. R. Moore, r Oglethorpe,

bet Early and Fulton.
Moore, Robt., carpenter with R. R. Goetchius & Co., r

Browneville, Ala.

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Mount, William C., m;

Troup.

]

Mulford, David, book-k

Franklin.

MULFORD, RANDOj

cliee National Ba

lin.

Mullin, Mrs. Mary, r M

Munn, John, cotton b

Clair, cor Mclntc

Munn, William S., boc

Clair, cor Mclritu

MUNDAY, WM., liver

bet St. Clair and;

Murdoch, Robt. B., g*

Bridge, cor Troi Murdoch, Robt. B. Jr ;

Bridge.

Murdoch, Sam'l S., spcy

Co., r Troup, co),

MURPHY, EZEKTEl Clair.

MURPHY MATTHE:
Forsyth and Mcl

Murphy, Samuel G.,.olt

Franklin.

Murphy, William, c, lr Murray, Alfred, bill pc

Murray, Dan'l, c, gin i:

r St. Clair, cor .

Murray Henry, c, farm

Girard, Ala. *

Murray, John P., gnu dolph, r Og!i Pm

Muscogee Manuft

Musgrove, Edward If bel Randolph.

Mustian, John L., r Bi

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Mount, William C., machinist with S. W. R.R`.5 r head of

Troup.

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Mulford, David, boot-keeper city flour mills, r Broad, cor

Franklin. MULFORD, RANDOLPH M., asst, cashier Chattahoo
chee National Bank of Columbus, t Broad, cor Frank-

, lin. Mullin, Mrs. Mary, r Marshall, Ala. Munn, John, cotton buyer, Randolph, bel Broad, r St.

Clair, cor McIntosh. Munn, William S., book-keeper with John Munn, r St.

Clair, cor McIntosh. MUNDAY, WM., livery, feed and sale stables, Oglethorpe,

bet St. Clair and Crawford. Murdoch, Robt. B., gen'l insurance agent, 92 Rroad, i

Bridge, cor Troup. Murdoch, Robt. 3. Jr., ot Acee & Murdoch, r Troup cor

Bridge. Murdoch, Sam'l S., special agent Georgia Home Insurance

Co., r Troup, cor Bridge.' MURPHY, EZEKIEL M., saloon, Oglethorpe, bel St.

Clair.

.

MURPHY MATTHEW Wcity Marshal, r Baldwin, bet

Forsyth and McIntosh. Murphy, Samuel G., of Swift, Murphy & Co., r Front, cor

Franklin. Murphy, William, -o, laborer, r cor Forsyth and .Covington.
Murray, Alfred, bill poster, r Baldwin, bel Forsyth. Murray, Dan'l, c, gin maker with R. R. Goetchius & Co.,
r St. Clair, cor Jackson. Murray Henry, c, farmer, and dealer in wood, Broadnax st.,

Girard, Ala. ' Murray, John P., gun and lock smith, Oglethorpe bel Ran
dolph, r Oglethorpe, bel Thomas. Muscogee Manufacturing Co., Front, Cor Franklin. Musgrove, Edward H., delivery clerk W. R.R., r Forsyth

bel Randolph. Mustian, John L., r Broad, cor Few.

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Myers, Mrs, Almeda, seamstress, r McIntosh, bel Early. Myers, John, mechanic, r Troup, N. Liberties. Myer, Lazaar, Thomas, cor Troup. Myers, John, carpenter with S. W. R.R.

NALL, JAMES H., pastor Presbyterian church, r Jackson,

bet Crawford and Thomas.

Nance, Stephen, c, ditcher, r Oglethorpe, ah Bryan.

Nance, Thomas, farmer, r Forsyth, bet Franklin and Bryan.

Nance, Thomas, clerk, with R. Thompson.

Names. Thomas, family grocer, r Crawford, bet Broad and

Front.

Names, Th'omas, Jr. clerk, with T. Names, r Crawford, bet

Broad and Front.

Nathan, Abraham, clerk, with M. Moses, r Front, cor Bald

win.

Needham, Richard, clerk, with Wm. S. Needham, r Broad,

cor Bryan.

Needham, Wm. S., wholesale and family grocer, Broad, cor

Brvan, r same.

.

Neilly, George H., book-keeper, with G. W. Woodruff, r

,, Wynnton.

Neivels, John, painter with'Bradford & Co., r Girard,`Ala.

Nelson, Charles, printer, with Enquirer Office, r Oglethorpe,

bet Baldwin and Few.

Nelson, John L., printer, with Columbus Enquirer, r Ogle

thorpe, bet Baldwin and Few.

Newman, Louis, of Back & Newman, r Rankin House.

Newman, Matilda, ot Newman & Goldshy, r 1S8 Broad.

NEWMAN TOBIAS, lager beer brewery, Girard, Ala.,

and saloon and restaurant, 58 Broad, r Forsyth, bet

Baldwin and Thomas.

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NEWMAN & GOLDSBY, (Matilda Newman and Georgia

Goldshy,) propr' Home House, 18S Broad.

Newman, William, carpenter, r Girard, Ala.

Newsom, Esi Newsom, Jail !
r Girs Newsonr, .Jai [ Newsom, Jos'
ville, \ f< Newsom, Wi; Nix, Arnbros*

K. R.,: .
Nix, Geo a.1

Norman, r;c;

bet Cr (

Norris, John

T roup.!?

I

Norris, Geo. \

Norris, Willi

Northon, Car !

Ballwj

Northrop, \

NuckolL Th at, I \V
Nunn, It.Vrt|l syth an
Nunnelee, WV
Ha, bcl

Oates, Ja S
cx-r
O'Bann : O'Brien O'Brien O'Brien,
O'Connor ' h^Ti t,

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Newsom, Ese M., dyer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Newsom, James, dresser with Muscogee manufacturing Co.,

r Girard, Ala. Newsom, James, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Newsom, Josephine, factory hand E. and P. F., r Browne

ville, Ala. Newsom, William, r Browneville, Ala. Nix, Ambrose J., master carpenter M. and G. and S. W.

R. R., r Girard, Ala, Nix, Geo. A./carpenter with S. W. R.R., r Girard, Ala. Norman, Richard M., of J. W. Pease & Norman, r Broad,

bet Crawford and Thomas. Norris, John W., millwright, r Few, bet Jaclrson and

Troup. Norris, Geo. A , r Crawford, bel Oglethorpe. Norris, William, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Northon, Cary, c, painter with Lymus Jones, r Mercer, ah

Baldwin. Northrop, Cyrus, clerk with J. W. Pease & Norman, r

Oglethorpe, bet Baldwin and Few. Nuckolls, Thomas J., attorney at law, r Troup, bet Bridge

and Washington. Nunn, Robert, c, drayman with R. R. Thweatt, r cor For

syth and Covington.

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Nunnelee, Walter F., clerk with J. H. Hamilton, r Frank-

lin, bel Oglethorpe.

o
Oates, Jacob, c, blacksmith, with Blount & Haiman, r Mer cer, bel Crawford.
O'Bannon, Wm. S., carpenter, r Girard, Ala. O'Brien, John, policeman, r Mercer, bel Fulton. O'Brien, John M., of Bedell & Co., r Jackson, bel St. Clair. O'Brien, William, cattle dealer, r Troup, bel St. Clair. O'Connor, Martin, family grocer, r Bridge Row or Dilling
ham st, bet Thomas and Crawford.

138

Odom, Abram, expressman, r Oglethorpe^ hel Bridge.

Ogletree, Mrs. seamstress, r 12 Broad.
O'Keefe, Laurence E., of Hoi stead & Co., r Jackson, bet

Crawford and St. Clair.

O'Neal, Wm. L., salesman, with John. McGough & Co., r

115 Bread.



O'Neil, Nelson, c, carpenter, r Commerce st, N. Liberties.

O'Pry, Hugh, jail guard.

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(jRR, WM. B., Agent Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine,

84 Broad, r St. Clair, cor Front.

Osborn, Wm., c, laborer, with W-

r railroad yard.

Ounell, James, butcher, stall in market, r Troup, ab Fulton.

Outler, Robt. A., book-binder, with Sun Office, r Browne-

ville, Ala. Owens, Chas., c, porter, with Williams, Pearce & Iiodo, r

Browneville, Ala. Owens, Henry T., beamer, E. and P. F.,r Browneville, Ala. Owens' John B., wood dealer, r Browneville, Ala. Owens, Melvina, school-teacher, r Browneville, Ala.



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Pace, George W., gardn.er, r Girard, Ala. ^

Pace, James C., engineer thread mills, r N. Liberties

Pace, Louisa, saleslady with Mrs. L. A. Lee, r Girard Ala..

Pacetty, Alexander, blacksmith striker with S. W. R. .

Palmer, Chas. B , druggist, Broad, ab Thomas, r Ogle

thorpe, bet Baldwin and Thomas. Palmer, Edward B., clerk with J. C. Andrews & Co., r

Oglethorpe, bet Thomas and Baldwin.

Palmer, Herndon L , clerk with Thomas & Prescott, r Oglethorpe, bet Baldwin and Thomas.

Palmer, John H., canvasser Singer Sewing Machine, r

Baldwin, bet Jackson and Troup.

Palmer, W., family grocer, Broad, ab Thomas, r Ogle

thorpe, bet Baldwin and Thomas.

Park Hampton S., cotton buyer and commission merchant,

' Broad, bel Randolph, r Jackson, bet Randolph and

Bryan.

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Parks, Millard, wood p

Parks, Wm. V., car in 1

Parraraore, William E

and Bryan.

Pastor, Charlie, c, swit

Patrick, David W., of '

Clair and Crawf

Patrick, James W., of (

Clair aud Crawf

Patrick, Mrs. Sarah, r '1

Patrick, Western, dres;

PATRICK & BROT1(

stalls 2 and 12 1

PATTEN, MRS. MAP
cor Front.

Patterson, Madison L.,

Mitchell, Russel '

Patterson, Madison L.,

county, Ala.

PEABOD\ Y, ELBER'i Broad, r Ogletln

Peabody, George A..

Life Ins. Co., r J

"Peabody, John, of Pea

win.

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V PEABODY & BRAD

Brannon),'attorr1

Peacock, Gideon J., of

Peacock, Oliver, sales -

Broad.

PEACOCK & SWIFT
S. Swilt), dry gi

Pearce, Edward L, c, i

cor Bridge.

Pearce, Roderick C., sa

Clair, bel Broad

Pearce, Tlios. J., of A

cor Bridge. x 1

140
Ppase, J. W., of J. W. Pease & Norman, r Broad, bet Crawford and Thomas.
PEASE, J. W., & NORMAN, (John W. Pease and Richard M. Norman,) books, stationery, musical in
struments, &c., 16 Broad. Peddy, David, beamer, with E. and P. F., r Brownevtlle,

Peddy, George, heainer, with E. and P. F., r Browneville,

A.1 Pender, Richmond, c, carpenter with Snyder & Gifford, r

Thomas, cor McIntosh. Pendley, William, laborer, r Crawford, bet McIntosh and



Mercer.

Pekins, Roht. r Girard} Ala.

Perrine, Wm. IT., foreman with R. R. Goetchius & Co., r

Jackson, hel St. Clair.

Perry House, Oglethorpe, cor Bryan.

Perry, Samuel, vegetables, stall No. 12.

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Perry, Mrs. Sarah, seamstress, r Baldwin, bet McIntosh and

Mercer. Perryman, James G , clerk with J. S. Jones, r Broad, cor

Randolph.



Persons, John W., salesman with Boatrite & Clapp, r Jack-

son, cor Few. PERSONS, MRS. MARY, hoarding house, Franklin, bel
Oglethoipe.
Pew, Harry, c, striker S. W. R. R., r Mercer, hel Baldwin.
Pfeffer, Leonard, clerk with F. Reich, r Broad, ah Coving-

Phelps, Mrs. E., of Phelps & Calhoun, r Jackson, cor Bald

win. Phelps, Mrs. Elizabeth & Mrs. N mnie Calhoun, dressma

kers, 16 Broad.

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PHELPS, GEORGE, surgeon dentist, 10 Broad, r fet.

Clair, bet Oglethorpe and Jackson.

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Philiphin, John, family grocer, r Dillingham, hel Broad

Phillips, Charles, operator W. U. Tel. Co., at W. R.R. e-

pot, r Rose Hill.

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Phili]
Phili, j
Phili
Pickt
Pick<
Pier<
Pike Pine
Pitt;
Pitt
Pitt
Pitt
Pitt PI a PI a Poe Poe
IV I
P. i IV
I\
Pol Pol

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philips, Charles, factor, hand, E. and P. F,, r Brownsville,

Philip^Miley, expressman, with McEaclrreo & Young,

PhmWWrnh>th Mug' Mfg Co., r Broad, ah Frank-

Pickett/Robt , foreman dyer, with A. Clegg & Co., r Oi-

FicketC Wm!-, watchman, at M. and G. B.B., Girard.

Pierce,Ocellus A., conductor M. and G. B.B., r Girard,

Ala "

.

Pike, Mrs.' Esther, nurse r old flehi N. Lihe.m,
Pinolrard, Griffin, c, porter with, T1 08. JX. vv,

thorpe, het Brjan and Man. in.

airard

Pittman, Noah W,, with Columbus Ice Mfg Co., r Gira ,

Pittman,'SauPl, laborer, with 8. W.'b.B.., Browneville,

Pittman! fc, clerk, with L. Putney, r Bridge, het Ogle-

Pitts, ZZw! "n, 10. Broad, r Oglethorpe, he,

Thomas. . Pitts, Mrs. Mary, r Front, cor Dillingham -
Plant, Paul J., school teacher, r Girard, A .

Planters Hotel 122 B*>h ^ &

' MarBlalvme, Ala.

P^e Ja^A., laborer, E. and P. Mfg Co., r Washing-

PointerTllrm Nancy, dressmaker, r Girard, Ala.

Si * Gordon, r Front,

cor St. Clair.

., q w RR

Pomeroy, Frederick M,, pattern maker, with S. W. K. .,

r Jackson, cor Few.

Pond, Asa, r Jackson bet Crawlo' an Pond, George Y., clerk, r Jackson,

) wford and

Thomas. '

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Pool, William, surgeon dentist, 101 Broad, r Franklin, bel

Oglethorpe.

Pope, Robt. C., boot and shoe dealer, 78 Broad, r Broad,

cor Bridge.



PORTER, DAVID S., foreman job printing, with Sun, r

Oglethorpe, cor Few.

; PORTER, EDWARD B., foreman press room Sun office, r

Oglethorpe, cor Few.

Porter, Ennis, c, shoemaker, with J. Jones, r Girard, Ala.

PORTER. JOSIAH 0., foundry and machinist, foot Bald-

j,

win, r Early, bet Oglethorpe and Jackson.

PORTER, RICHARD B,, c, barber, Oglethorpe, bet Ran

dolph and Bryan, r same.

Postoffice, Oglethorpe, cor Randolph.

Potts, Joseph, c, gardner, r Mercer, bel St. Clair.

POU, JOSEPH F., attorney-at-law, 109 Broad, r Wynn-

ton.

Powell, Isaac, c, carpenter, r McIntosh, bet Bryan and

Franklin.

: Prather, A. Clark, clerk for Watt & Walker, r Crawford,

bel Oglethorpe.

Pratt, Alexander, of Jackson & Pratt, r Muscogee Home.

PREER, ILLGES & CO., (Peter Preer, Abraham Illges

and Augustus M. Allen), wholesale and family gro

cers, 119 Broad, cor St. Clair.

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Preer, Peter, of Preer, Illges & Co., and of Allen, Preer &

Illges, r Bridge, cor Broad.__-

j Presbyterian Church, Oglethorpe, cor St. Clair.

Preston, Edruun, c, porter, with P. Spencer, r nr S. W. R.

R. shops.

! Price, Peter, c. laborer, with Burrus & Williams, r Front, hel St. Clair.
, Proffet.t, Louis R., car oiler, with S. W R., r Wynnton.
Profumo, Frank X , confectioner and fancy goods, 80 Broad, r same.
'Preddy, Thomas, wool spinner, E. and P. F., r Browneville Ala.

Prescott, Alfred, Bridge.
Pridgen, Thomas Prince, Mrs. Bari PRYOR, PHIL] Pryor, Pink, r W Purcell, Mrs. Ma '
Bridge am PUTNEY, LEW
Hall and S Pyle, James P., si
Quinn, Mrs. Elle Quin, John, r Tr i Quinn, James C.
Rad cl iff, George RAD CLIFF & :i
kiah H. L Broad. Ragland, Dr. A. Ragland', Dick, c thorpe, be Ragland, G. Gib Ragland, Henry, Ragland, Mrs. V son, bel S Rahm, Augustus Raiford, E. G., and Rand' Randall, Robt., Brownevi! ^Ramsey, John A Broad. Randolph, Ming*

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Prescott, Alfred, of Thomas & Prescott, r Forsyth, bel Bridge.
Pridgen, Thomas C, r Jackson, ab Bridge. Prince, Mrs. Harriet, r Browneville, Ala. PRYOR, PHILIP W., farmer, r Wynnton Hill. Pryor, Pink, r Wynns Hill. Purcell, Mrs. Mary E., boarding house, r Oglethorpe, bet
Bridge and Franklin. PUTNEY, LEWIS, vegetables, poultry, &c., Odd Fellows'
Hall and Stalls 1 and 3 Market. Pyle, James P., salesman, with J. Kyle & Co.,r 100 Broad.
Q Quinn, Mrs. Ellen, r Broad, cor Bryan. Quin, John, r Troup, bet Baldwin and Few. Quinn, James 0., clerk with J. I. Griffin, r 106 Broad.
Radcliff, George W., of Randcliff & Lamb, r Bealwood. RADCLIFF & LAMB, (George W. Radcliff and Heze-
kiah H. Lamb,) wholesale and family grocers, 124 Broad. Ragland, Dr. A. E., r Wynnton. Ragland^ Dick, c, porter with J. & J. Kaufman, r Ogle thorpe, bel Baldwin. Ragland, G. Gilmorey-r Wynnton. Ragland, Henry, c, laborer, r Few, bet Troup and Forsyth. Ragland, Mrs. Mary A., of J. C. Andrews & Co., r Jackson, bel St. Clair. i Raluu, Augustus, tailor with .G. A. Keehne, r Home House. Raiford, E. G., of Russell & Raiford, r Forsyth, bet Bryan and Randolph. Randall, Robt., planer with R. R. Goetchius & Co., r Browneville, Ala. Ramsey, John A., salesman with Preer, Illges & Co., r 119 Broad. Randolph, Mingo, c, plasterer, r Troup, bel Early.

144

Rankin House, J. W. Ryan, propr. Broad, cor Crawford.

Rankin, James, r Jackson, cor Bridge. Ray, Henry, c, cotton sampler, r McIntosh, bel Thomas Rayford, Stephen, c, laborer with Gifford & Snider, r Gi

rard, Ala. Reames, George, boot and shoemaker, Warren, ah Broad, r

Front, ab Crawford. Reames, James A., hoot and shoemaker, with Z. Cook, r

Oglethorpe, ah Bryan. Redd, Chas. A., of C. A. Redd & Co., and of Redd, Cham
bers & Banks, r Oglethorpe, ah St. Clair. REDD, C. A. & CO., (Chas. A. and William Redd and
John P. Manley,) wholesale and family grocers, hay,

grain, &c., 128 Broad. REDD, CHAMBERS & BANKS, (Chas. A. Redd, Wm.
H. and James H. Chambers and George Y. Banks,) cotton factors and commission merchants, foot of Ran

dolph. Redd, James K., of* J. K. Redd & Co., r Troup, bet Ran

dolph and Bryan. Redd, Frank, c, porter, with John Mehaffey, r Oglethorpe,

^

cor Bridge.

REDD, J. K. & Co., (James K. Redd, Calvin E. Johnston

and Nicholas L. Redd,) wholesale and retail grocers,

55 Broad. Redd, Joseph E., laborer, E and P. MfgHo., r Browneville

Ala. Redd, Nicholas L., of J. K. Redd & Co., r McIntosh, bet

Randolph and Bryan. Redd, Soule, salesman, with J. K. Redd & Co., r Troup,
bet Randolph and Bryan. Redd, Wm., of C. A. Redd & Co., r Jackson, ah Bryan. Redd, William, jr., agent N. and S. R.R., r Wynnton.

Reddy, Nelson, c, laborer, r Troup, bel Few. Reed, Harrison, c, carpenter, r N. Liberties. REEVES, JAMES F., manager for the Howe Sewing Ma
chine Co. Randolph, h Broad, r Lin wood.

i"

Reea, Lewis, clerk, i

Reese, James T., mo

Reese, John, tinsmit, t

Baldwin and ;

Reese, Thomas, c, la,

Reese, Wm., c, labo

HEIGH, FREDER

r Front, cor 1

Reid, Francis W., c.

kin House. t

Reid, Mrs. Jane, r I,

Reid, L. A., of Gidr

Reilly, Henry, r Brc

Reilly, John, with I,

Reilly, Peter, folder

Reilly, Sam, c, well

Remington, John, s

N. Liberties.

Rentfrow,' James H.(? Rentfrow, James K.

E. and P. F.

Rhodes, Thomas, c,

McIntosh, he|

Rice, William W.,

Baldwin.

Rich, Israel, of Hofl

Rich, Meyer, of Hot

Richardson, James,

r Mercer, cor

Richardson, Raphae ,

Richardson, Raywo<

Early.

,1

Rickley, C. E., ma

Ridenhour, John D

ROB A RTS, JVM.

Lemuel T. D

tin ware, hoi

Broad.

145
Reea, Lewis, clerk, r Girard, Ala, Reese, James T., moulder, r Crawford, ab Troup. Reese, John, tinsmith with C. Salvo & Co., r Front, bet
Baldwin and Thomas. Reese, Thomas, c, laborer, r Troup, bet Early and Fulton. Reese, Win., c, laborer with T. J. Dudley. REICH, FREDERICK, tobacconist and saloon, 112 Broad,
r Front, cor Fulton. Reid, Francis W;, cotton buyer, Front, cor St. Clair, r Ran
kin House. Reid, Mrs. Jane, r McIntosh, cor Few. Reid, L. A., of Giddens & Reid, r Girard, Ala. Reilly, Henry, r Browneville, Ala. Reilly, John, with E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Reilly, Peter, folder E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Reilly, Sam, c, well digger, Marshall, Ala. Remington, John, supt. beddle department E. and P. F., r
N. Liberties. Rentfrow, James H., carpenter r Oglethorpe, N. Liberties. Rentfrow, James K., foreman spinning room Mill No. 2,
E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Rhodes, Thomas, c, harness maker with H. Middlebrook, r
McIntosh, bel Thomas. Rice, William W., clerk with W. Rynehart, r Jackson, cor
Baldwin. Rich, Israel, of Hofflin^Rich & Co., r Rankin House. Rich, Meyer, of Hofflin, Rich & Co., r Baltimore, Md. Richardson, James, c, carriage painter with Welch & Co.,
r Mercer, cor Few. Richardson, Raphael, c, bricklayer, r McIntosh, cor Early. Richardson, Ray wood, c, plasterer, r Troup,'bet Few and
Early. Rickley, C. E., machinist with E. and P. F. Ridenhour, John D., family grocer, r Wynns Hill. ROB ARTS, .WM. H., & CO., (Madison L. Patterson,
Lemuel T. Downing and William H. Roharts) stoves, tin ware, house furnishing goods, hardware, &c., 109 Broad.


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146

Robarts, William H., of Wm H. Robarts & Co., r Craw ford, cor Forsyth.
Robert, James A., policeman. Roberts, Edward S., gen'l agent Universal Life Ins. Co.,
Randolph, bel B'.oad, r Girard, Ala. Robinett, Ella, dressmaker with Carrie Brown, r Girard,

Ala. Robinett, Mildred E., dressmaker with Mrs. Fogarty, r Gi

rard, Ala. Robinett, Thomas, c, painter, r Front, cor Thomas. Robinson, Christopher, c, plasterer, r Oglethorpe, bel Bryan.

Robertson, Mrs. Elizabeth, r Browneville, Ala. Robinson, Hartley, c, plasterer, r Troup, N. Liberties. Robinson, Isaac, c, bricklayer, r cor Forsyth and Fulton. Robinson, Madison, c, brickmason, r NT. Liberties. Robinson, Mrs. Sarah, seamstress, r Marshall, Ala. ' Robinson, Thomas C., clerk, with A. Gammel, r Jackson,

bel Fulton. Robinson, William, r Crawford, bet Forsyth and McIntosh. Robinson, Wm. L , deputy marshal, r toot Dillingham,

lower bridge. ROBINSON, WM. T., confectionery and fancy groceries,
198 broad, r Front, bet Baldwin and Few. Rodgers, Alban, c, janitor Claflin school-house, r ur` ceme

tery. Rodgers, George W., laborer, E. and P. F., r Girard, Ala. Rodgers, John, c, blacksmith, with T. Terry, r Mercer, bel

Randolph. Roe, Jane, factory band, E. and P. Mfg Co., r Browneville,

Ala 1 Rogers, Andrew, c, laborer, with Swift, Murphy & Co
Rogers, Mrs. Caroline, carder, E. and P. Mills, r Crawford,

bel Broad.

.

Rogers, John, c, blacksmith,r Mercer, bel Bryan.

ROGERS, SHETltlERD, c, barber, Perry House, r Jack-

son, ab Bryan. Roland, Geotge W., clerk W. U. Telegraph, r Oglethorpe,

bel Few., i - A. V,

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;

Roland, Jacob A., m Telegraph Co.,'
Rolen, John T., clerk Franklin.
Rooks, Chas., laborer Rooney, Lawrence, of, Rooney & Warner, (I
ner,) furniture. Roper, J. C., machini ( Roper, Joshua S., pol, Roper, Kirt, Machini.-
cer. Roper, Samuel T., gn Rosecrans, Edwin H.
Troup, ab Bridt Rosette, George W.,
St. Clair.
ROSETTE & LA W1
E. Lawhon), w tion supplies, I, Ross, Donald, laborer Ross, Jerry, c, black Randolph. Ross, Mrs. Jessie, fan, Ross, Thomas N. ca Ala. Ross, Thomas, c, phis, Rounds, Mrs. Susan Rowre, Mrs. Mary, r I RowTell, John, c, lab Rowell, Mrs. Martha dolph. Rowland, Mrs. Namy, Rumsey, James, r Br Rumsey, John H., m< rard, Ala. Rumsey, Zach T., r 1

147
Roland, Jacob A., messenger with Southern and Atlantic Telegraph Co., r Oglethorpe, bel Few.
Rolen, John T., clerk with Chas. Coleman, r Broad, cor Franklin.
Rooks, Chas., laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Rooney, Lawrence, of Rooney and Warner, r Linwood. Rooney & Warner, (Lawrence Rooney and Lemuel P. War
ner,) furniture, 83 and 85 Broad. Roper, J. C., machinist with E. and P. F. Roper, Joshua S., policeman Oglethorpe, bel Fulton. Roper, Kirt, Machinist E. and P. F., r St. Clair, cor Mer
cer. Roper, Samuel T., groceries, r Forsyth, bel Thomas. Rosecrans, Edwin H., adjuster Singer Sewing Machine, r
Troup, ab Bridge. Rosette, George W., of Rosette and Lawhon, r Broad, cor
St. Clair. ROSETTE & LAWHON, (George W. Rosette and Samuel
E. Lawhon), wholesale and family grocers, planta tion supplies, Broad, cor St. Clair. Ross, Donald, laborer, r Forsyth, cor Few. Ross, Jerry, c, blacksmith, with T. Terry, r Mercer, bel Randolph. Ross, Mrs. Jessie," family grocer, r cor Forsyth and Early. Ross, Thomas N. carpenter with S. W. R. R., r Girard, Ala. Ross, Thomas, c, plasterer, r Troup, cor Fulton. Rounds, Mrs. Susan M., r Troup, cor Franklin. Rowe, Mrs. Mary, r Franklin, cor Forsyth. Rowell, John, c, laborer, i McIntosh, bel Thomas. Rowell, Mrs. Martha W., seamstress, r McIntosh, bel Ran dolph. Rowland, Mrs. Nancy, r Perry House. Rumsey, James, r Browneville, Ala. Rumsey, John H., merchant with Ellis and Harrison, r Gi rard, Ala. Rumsey, Zach T., r Broad, bel Crawford.
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148

Russell, Chas. R., attorney at law, 106 Broad, r Jackson, cor Bryan.

Russell, James M., attorney at law, 128 Broad.

Rutherford, Chas., c, porter with Flournoy, McGehee & 'Co.

r Jackson ah Washington. BYAN, JAMES W., prop'r Rankin House, and of Mad

den & Ryan, Broad, cor Crawford.

Ryan, John, manufacturer soda water, Oglethorpe, bet

Franklin and Bridge, r Savannah, Ga.

Ryder, Benjamin, laborer Columbus Iron Works, r Girard,

^

Ala.

Ryder, Jesse, repairer of gin mills, r Girard, Ala.

Rynehart, Mrs. Mary A., dressmaker, r Jackson, cor Bald win.

Rynehart, William, baker and confectioner, 157 Broad, r

Jackson, cor Baldwin.

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SALISBURY, WM. L., president Merchants and Mechan ics Bank, pres't Fair Association, pres't Columbus Ice Co., and Mechanics' Building and Loan Associa tion, J10 Broad, r Front, bet St. Clair and Crawford.
Salvo, Christopher, of C. Salvo & Co., r Thomas, cor Forsyth.
SALVO, C. (fe CO., (Christopher Salvo and Francis McAr-
dle,) tin, sheet iron and copper workers, Oglethorpe, I, ah Crawford. SANDEFoRD, WM. E^ family grocer, Crawford, bel Oglethorpe, r Craw ord, cor McIntosh. Sanders, John Isam, cabinet maker, with T. 'I'. Edmunds, r Front, bel Crawford. SANDY & HENRY, c, ' (Sandy and Henry Alexander,) barbers, Randolph, bel Oglethorpe. Sankey, Nathan, c, r Girard, Ala. SARTWELL, SIMON, famil v grocer. Broad, cor Warren, r Marshall, Ala.

Sauls, William H r 202 Broa
Saunders, James, McIntosh, ,
Saunders, John R Saunders, Wm. A
House. Scarbrough, Lemr
111 Broad. SCHLEY, ED W.
cor St. Cla SCHLEY, WM.
i
Forsyth. Schnell, John, de Schober, Wm., gi Schomburg, Chas
tral Hotel. Schonewitz, Mrs.
ville, Ala. Schubinsky, Ceasi,
bet St. Cla Schubinsky, Simo Schuessler, Lewis
cor Jacksoi Scott, Geo., at E. Sealy, John, r Br Searcy, James, ft
Co., r Bror Sedberry, Henry
McCauley, Selden, Dr. Chav
Wynn ton. SELLARS, JOS j Sells,' Thos. R., p Sells, G. T., beau Sells, Leander. fit
Front.

149

Sauls, William Ii., cigar maker, with G. W. Brown & Co., r 202 Broad.
Saunders, James, c, pressman, with Columbus Enquirer, r

McIntosh, bet Randolph and Bryan. Saunders, John R., carpenter, r Front, bel Crawford. Saunders, Wm. A,, engineer, M. and G-. R R., r Rankin
House.

Scarbrough, Lemuel A., salesman, with J. W. Clements, r 111 Broad.
SCHLEY, EDWARD B., homeopathic physician, Broad, cor St. Clair, r McIntosh, cor St. Clair.
SCHLEY, WM. K., physician, 26 Broad, r Crawford, nr Forsyth. ...
Schnell, John, deputy clerk Superior Court, r Few. Schober, Wm., gun and locksmith, Randolph, ab Broad. Schomburg, Chas., watches and jewelry, 134 Broad, r Cen
tral Hotel. Schonewitz, Mrs. Louisa, weaver E. and P. F., r Browne-
ville, Ala.

Schubinsky, Ceaser, salesman with L. Harris, r Oglethorpe,

bet St. Clair and Crawford.

Schubinsky, Simon, dry goods and clothing, 54 Broad.

Schuessler, Lewis G., salesman with Wm. Beach, r Thomas,

cor Jackson.

Scott, Geo., at E. and P. F., r 30 Broad.

A

Sealy, John, r Broad, cor Covington.

Searcy, James, foreman weaver Muscogee Manufacturing Co., r Broad, bet Franklin and Bridge.

Sedberry, Henry R., foreman marble works, with H. McCauley, r Girard, Ala.
Selden, Dr. Chas., supt. Spring Villa Manufacturing Co., r Wynnton.

SELLARS, JOHN A., business manager Central Hotel. Sells/ Thos. R., printer with Sun office, r Bryan, cor Broad. Sells, G. T., beamer E. aud P. F., r Bryan, cor Front. Sells, Leander, factory hand E. and P. F.-, r Bryan cor
Front.

150

Sewell, Mrs. Elizabeth, r Broad, bel Few. Sharpe, Jessie, r Washington, bet Oglethorpe and Jackson. Sharpe, William L., weaver E. and P. F., r Washington,
bet Oglethorpe and Jackson. Sharpe, Sarah, spinner, r Washington, bet Oglethorpe and

Jackson. Sharpe, John L., laborer, E. and P. F., r Washington, bet
Oglethorpe and Jackson.
SHEHAN, PATRICK, machinist, with E. and P. M. Co.
Shepherd, John, c, porter, with F. S. Chapman, r Ogle thorpe, bel St. Clair.
Shepherd, Edward A., clerk, with C. E. & A. Dexter, and collector Columbus Gas L. Co., r Wynnton.
Sheppard, Geo. W , family grocer, Girard, Ala. Shepperson, Clement C., salesman, with Crigler & Gordon, j
r Jackson, bet St. Clair and Crawford.
Sheridan, George W., tinsmith, with C. Salvo & Co., r
Oglethorpe, bet Bridge and Franklin. Sherman, Michael, clerk, with Wm. S. Needham, r Broad,
cor Bryan. k Sherwood, Geo. C., accountant, with Ga. Home Ins. Co., r
St. Clair, cor Forsyth. Shipp, Thomas J., wool sorter, E. and P. F.', r Browneville,

Ala.

Shirling, Mrs. Mary A., seamstress, r Broad, bet Franklin

and Bridge.

Shivers, Thomas B., clerk, with Columbus Iron Works Co.,

r Troup, cor Bridge.

SHIVERS, THOMAS J., Notary Public and ex-officio j

Justice of

109 Broad, r Troup, cor Bridge.

Shorter, Reuben, c, steward, steamboat Baudy Moore.

Simmons James R , cabinet maker, with Rooney & Warner,

r Girard, Ala. Simmons, P. N., printer, with Sun Office, r at office build

ing.

.

'

Si mins, Joseph, c, whitewasher, r Jackson, cor Early.

' J SIMON & -JOHN, c, (Simon Clark and John Bickers,)

barbers, St. Clair, ab Broad.

_

Simons, Aaron, famil Simon, Moses, of L.
Mercer, cor Crr Skinner, Emma A., d Skinner, Hester J., be Skinner, Joseph, clerl Skinner, Louis D., ci
Ala. Skipper, Isaac B., lal Skipper, William, ck Slade, Thomas B., bo
r Troup, bet B Slade, Jerry J., scho> Slaughter, John, pin
Front, bel Tin
SLAUGHTER, EAl
manufacturer. Smart, Abin, c, barb
Baldwin and > Smith, Alsop, c, bar1
R.R. Smith, Ben, Justice Smith, Dempie, dr
Baldwin. Smith, Erasmus, cle
ab Randolph. Smith, Mrs. Eugenie Smith, George, c, ca
Clair. Smith, Henry N., st Smith, Isham, c, pa Smith, Israel, c, bo Smith, John, cvlton
Bridge. Smith, John II., cai
rard, Ala. Smith, John M., m.
cor Forsyth.

151

Simons, Aaron, family grocer, r Girard, Ala.

Simon, Moses, of L. Lowenthal & Co., and family grocer,

Mercer, cor Crawford.

Skinner, Emma A., dressmaker, r cor St. Clair and Mercer.

Skinner, Hester J., boarding house, St. Clair, cor Mercer.

Skinner, Joseph, clerk with W. T. Robinson, r Girard, Ala.

Skinner, Louis D., carpenter with S. W. R. R. r Girard,

Ala.

Skipper, Isaac B., laborer E. and P. F.

skipper, William, clerk E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Slade, Thomas B., book-keeper with Allen, Preer & Illges,

r Troup, bet Bryan and Randolph.

**

Slade, Jerry J., school teacher, r Wynnton.

Slaughter, John, planer with R. R. Goetchius & Co., r

Front, bel Thomas.

SLAUGHTER, EARLY, agent for John Ryan, soda water

manufacturer, r Oglethorpe bel Bridge.

Smart, Abin, c, barber with W. E. Terry, r Forsyth, bet

Baldwin and Few.

Smith, Alsop, c, barber, with Joe Clark & Son, r nr S. W.

R.R.

Smith, Ben, Justice of Peace, r Marshall, Ala.

Smith, Dempie, dressmaker, r Jackson, bet Thomas and

Baldwin.

Smith, Erasmus, clerk, with R. Thompson,'r Oglethorpe,

ab Randolph.

Smith, Mrs. Eugenie, r Front, cor Early.

Smith, George, c, carpenter, r Mercer, bet Crawford and St.

Clair.

Smith, Henry N., storekeeper, Girard, Ala.

Smith, Isham, c, pastor Methodist Church, r N. Liberties. '

Smith, Israel, c, boot and shoemaker, N. Liberties.

Smith, John, cotton spinner, r Broad, bet Franklin and

Bridge.

Smith, JohnH., canvasser Singer Sewing Machine, r Gi

rard, Ala.

Smith, John M., machinist, with S. W. R.R., r Crawford,

cor Forsyth.

i.

152

smith, James, carpenter, with S. W. "Railroad, r Oglethorpe

bel Fulton.

,



SMITH, JAMES M., attorney at law and Governor

Georgia, r Rankin House. ' ?mith, Joseph M,, painter, r Jackson, bet Few and Early.
Smith Kelly, laborer, with T. Newman, r Girard, Ala. Smith! Mrs. Lucinda P,, dressmaker, Randolph, cor Broad,

r Marshall, Ala. Smith, Mrs. Mary, r Oglethorpe, hel Bridge. Smith Mrs. Mary, seamstress, r Front bel Thomas. Smith, Mrs. Minerva, factory hand E. and P. F,, r r

Smith,'palfCmachi,,ist Columbus Iron Works, r Girard,

Smith, Robert J,, machinist Columbus Iron Works, r (ii-
Smith.'si.oTM* machinist Columbus Iron Works, r Girard,

Smith, Thomas C., laborer, r Broad, bet Franklin and

SMITH, WHITFIELD, policeman, r Baldwin, bet Jack-
SMIltwTT!c, labor and intelligence office and
Zul, sign and ornamental painter, Randolph, bel

Smith,'WnfiXbutcher with Waters & White, r Mein-

tosh hel St. Clair.

Snead, Hen'ry, c, dray,nan with R. R. Thweatt, r Front,

SNIDER^MRS, IDA

proprietress Planters Hotel.

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SEWER, WM. F., cotton buyer Alabama Warehous ,

Planters Hotel. Snow Wm,, of Bradford & Co., r N. liberties.
Snyder, Jesse, of Snyder & Gifford, r Jackson, cor

wm

SNYDER cl GIFFORD, (Jesse Snyder and Benj . G

ford), carpenters, contractors and Buildeis, 0

thorpe, hel Randolph. Southern Express Co., office 39 Broad._A__

SOUTHERN AND J

dolph, ah Bi

Sparks, McCurdy, t

Broad.

Sparks, John, c, slip.

Liberties.

SPEAR, THOS. Linwood.

Spencer, Aaron, c,

lin, bet Earl,

r

'

Spencer, Daniel, r 1

Spencer, George H

ah Bridge.

Spencer, Henry P.

Troup, ah B

Spencer, Lambert,

SPENCER, LAX

tor for Com -

lin, cor For

Spencer, Perry, wl

Linwood. -i
; Spivey, John, Far

Spivey, Robert, ch

SPRINGR, FRA

. Springer 0

r Linwood. I

Spiro, Joseph, cle

Thomas am

Stanford, Alex, c,

ah Bridge.

STANFORD, F>

Broad and |

Stanford, Green.

Broad.

Stapler, William

Starr, Mrs. E. A.

i Starr, J. A. D., a

ab St. Clai

153

SOUTHERN AND ATLANTIC TELEG HAP H CO., Ran

dolph, ah Broad.

Sparks, McCurdy, salesman, with J. W. Clements, r 111

Broad.

Sparks, John, c, shoemaker, r nr branch and railroad, N.

Liberties.

SPEAR} I'HOS. S., watches, jewelry, &c., 99 Broad, r

Lin wood.

Spencer, Aaron, c, porter, with J. K. Redd & Co., r Frank

lin, bet Early and Few.

Spencer, Daniel, r Jackson, cor Washington.

n

Spencer, George H., book-keeper, with P. Spencer, r Troup,

ab Bridge.

Spencer, Henry P., salesman, with Acee & Murdoch, r

Troup, ab Bridge.

Spencer, Lambert, r Jackson, cor Washington.

SPENCERy LAMBERT, W., attorney at law and solici

tor for County Court, Broad, cor St. Clair, r Frank

lin, cor Forsyth.

Spencer, Perry, wholesale and family grocer, 126 Broad, r

Lin wood.

Spivey, John, Farmer, Brodnax st, Girard, Ala.

Spivey, Robert, clerk, with J, S. Jones, r 55 Broad.

SPRINGR, FRANCIS J., wholesale and family grocer,

. Springer Opera House, cor Oglethorpe and Crawford,

r Lin wood.

.

Spiro, Joseph, clerk with S. Landauer & Bro., r Broad, bet

Th"unas and Baldwin.

Stanlord, Alex, c, laborer with N. and S. R. R. r Broad,

ab Bridge.

STANFORD, FRANCIS A., physician, r Randolph, bet

Broad and Oglethorpe.

Stanford, Green, c, bar-keeper with A. B. Ivlink, r 144

Broad.

Stapler, William L., at City Mills, r Front, cor Few.

Starr, Mrs. E. A., r McIntosh, ab St. Clair.

Starr, J. A. D., at So. and A. Telegraph office, r McIntosh, ab St. Clair.

154

Stein, Sigmond, dry goods, Thomas, cor Troup. Stephens, Henry, c, butcher, stall No. 18, r Mercer, he

Baldwin. Stephens, Thomas J., mechanic, r Jackson, N. Liberties.
Stergers, Mrs Mary, seamstress, r Front, bet Baldwin and

Few. Stern, Joseph, family grocer, r McIntosh, cor Thomas. Stern, Siegmund, dry goods; and family grocer, 133 Broad,
r Thomas, bet Troup and Jachson. Sterne, Abraham, family grocer, Oglethorpe, cor Bridge. Stetham, Robert, dyer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. STEVENSON, HENRY, baker and confectioner, 36 Broad. Stevens, Walter, c, laborer, Columbus Iron Works, r Gi

rard, Ala. Steward, Jackson, c, eating house, N. Liberties. Steward, John, c, laborer, Empire Mills, r Troup, bel Ful

ton. Stewart, David, delivery clerk So. Express Co., r Ogle

thorpe, bel Thomas. Stewart,x Freeman, machinist, with Columbus Iron Works

r Girard, Ala. Stewart, Henry L., painter, with Welch & Co., r Bryan,
bet Broad and Front. Stewart, John, c, carpenter, with D. W. Champayne, r nr

cemetery.

*

Stewart, John B., clerk, with F. Landon & Co., r Troup,

ab Jackson. ST JOSEPH ACADEMY, in charge of Sisters of Mercy.

Troup, cor Randolph. Stockton, Robt. S., of A. Clegg & Co., r Front, bet Few

and Early.

,,

i Stock well, Richard, shoemaker, with Bedell & Ware, r 6 or-

syth, bel St. Clair. ' Stokes, Dan'l c, grocer, Oglethorpe, ab Bryau. 1 Stolz, John E., tailor, Oglethorpe, bel St. Clair. !: Stolz, Wm. C., clerk, with C. E. & A. Dexter,r Oglethorpe

bet St. Clair and Crawford. Strange; Mrs. Mary, factory hand,,r Girard, Ala. , ,_

Straus, Abe, clerk, with t Straus, Jacob, family gr Strause, Myer, cutter, w
ab St. Clair. Strause, Simon, of Strai i, Strause & Goldsmith, (1
smith,) clothing, Stringfellow, Mary Jam Strong, Ed., c, laborer
Franklin and Br,, Strupper, Ignatius G., 1
ab Broad. Stiupper, Wm. I., blac
bel Few. STUART, J. S., job pr
St Clair and Cn Sturges, Lawrence, paii
Ala. STUGIS, THAD. C.,
cor Oglethorpe. Sullivan, Mrs. Ann, r Sullivan, Michael, c>nr
bet Few and Eai Swift, E. S., of Peacoc
SWIFT, GEO P., off
cogee Mfg Co., i | Swift, Geo. P., jr., of
Bryan and Ram
SWIFT, MURPHY A
Geo. P. Swift, b tors and cornu, and Front. SWIFT, WILLIE A. r Randolph, cor
Taliaferro, C. B., sal Co., r McIntosh

156
Taliaferro, 0. F., cotton buyer, Randolph, bel Broad, r Mc
Intosh, bel Bryan. Taliaferro, Robt., c, laborer, Columbus Iron Works, r Gi
rard, Ala. Tallman, Richard P., clerk, with Joseph H. Lewis, r Jack-
son, bel Tbomas. Tally, Hamp, c, grocery and barber, Oglethorpe, cor Bryan. Tandy, Beverly, c, carpenter, with D. W. Champayne, r
Browneville, Ala. Tansley, J,, c, carpenter, Marshall, Ala. Tapper, Mrs. Clarisse, r Front, bet Thomas and Baldwin. Tarver, John, c, bricklayer, r Forsyth, bel Early. TAYLOR, FREDERICK, c, wheelright and blacksmith,
Oglethorpe, cor Bryan, r Browneville, Ala. Taylor, John, c, striker, with Blount and Haiman, r Ful-
ton, nr Mercer. Taylor, Henry, c, grocer, r Wynnton Hill. Taylor, George, c, bricklayer, r McIntosh, cor Covington. Taylor, Green, c, hostler, with A. Gammel. Taylor, Thomas, c, cotton sampler, r Front, bel Crawford. Taylor, Wm, c, fireman, with R. R. Goetchius & Co., r
Girard, Ala. Teasdale, Chappell B., clerk, with H. F. Everett, r Jack-
son, bet St. Clair and Crawford. Teel, Manston, laborer Columbus Iron Works, r Broad st.
Girard, Ala. Temples, Bennett, engineer, r Girard, Ala. Temples, George, machinist, r Girard, Ala. Temples, Ransdom, rock blaster, r Girard, Ala. TERRY, CARLISLE, physician, 109 Broad, r Crawford,
bet Jackson and Troup. Terry, Charles, c, barber, r McIntosh, bel Few. Terry, M., dressmaker, r 20 Broad. TERRY, THOMAS, c, blacksmith and horseshoer, Ogle
thorpe, ab St. Clair, r Wynnton. TERRY, W. EDWARD, c, barber, Crawford, bet Broad
and Oglethorpe, r Forsyth, bet Baldwin and Few.

Theus, Benj. 0., boiler 1

tosh, bel Randolp'

Thomas, Alfred, c, carpi v ,

son, ab Franklin. '

Thomas, Edmund, clerk o

bel Randolph.

Thomas, Edward, c, brie

THOMAS, MRS. ELL

<5

St. Clair and Rai

Thomas, E. William, oi;

r Oglethorpe, ab '

Thomas, F. M., pattern

bet McIntosh an<

Thomas, Grigsby E., o'

I

Franklin and Br

THOMAS, GRIGSBY

St. Clair, r Wyr !

Thomas, Homer, c, dri\ ;

Liberties.

Thomas, Henderson, c,1

Thickhill, Isam, c, car}

THOMAS, JESSE, <

thorpe, r Jackso

Thomas, Major, c, labo`

Thomas, Robt. B., r B

Thomas, Wm., c, portt 1

ties.

Thomas,`Wm. H., inv

Randolph, cur T

THOMAS & PRESC< Alfred Prescott

goods, 125 Broa

Thompson, James M.,

and P. Mfg Co. L

Thompson, Moses, c,i

Thompson, Lewis, c, r,

Front, cor Bald

157

Theus, Benj. 0., Boiler maker with S. W. R.R., r McIn tosh, bel Randolph.
Thomas, Alfred, c, carpenter with N. W. Ashurst, r Jackson, ab Franklin.
Thomas, Edmund, clerk with M. W. Thweatt, r Oglethorpe, bel Randolph.
Thomas, Edward, c, bricklayer, r Troup, bel Early. THOMAS, MRS. ELLEN, c, dressmaker, r Forsyth, bet
St. Clair and Randolph. Thomas, E. William, omnibus conductor with A. Gammel,
r Oglethorpe, ab Randolph. Thomas, F. M., pattern maker with S. W. R.R., r St. Clair,
bet McIntosh and Mercer. Thomas, Grigsby E., of Thomas & Prescott, r Troup, bet
Franklin and Bridge. THOMAS, GRIGSBY E., Jr., attorney at law, Broad, cor
St. Clair, r Wynn ton. Thomas, Homer, c, driver, with H. F. Abell & Co., r N.
Liberties. Thomas, Henderson c, farmer, r Oglethorpe, X. Liberties. Thickhill, Isam, c, carpenter, r McIntosh, cor Covington. THOMAS, JESSE, c, blacksmith, Randolph, ab Ogle
thorpe, r Jackson, bel Franklin. . Thomas, Major, c, laborer, r Troup, bet Early and Few. Thomas, Robt. B., r Randolph, bet Jackson and Troup. Thomas, Wm., c, porter with C A. Redd & Co., r N. Lib-

ties.

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Thomas,`Wm. H., invoice clerk, with E. and P. Mfg Co., r

Randolph, cor Troup.

THOMAS & PRESCOTT, (Grigsby E. Thomas, sr., and

Alfred Prescott,,) clothing and gents' furnishing

goods, 125 Broad.

Thompson, James M., foreman cotton finishing room, E.

and P. Mfg Co.

Thompson, Moses, c, laborer, r Baldwin, bel Front.

Thompson, Lewis, c, marble polisher, with II. McCauley, r

Front, cor Baldwin.

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THOMPSON, ROBERT, livery, sale and feed stables, Oglethorpe, ab Randolph, r Oglethorpe cor Franklin.
Thornton, Beverly A., of Thornton & Gnmes r Wynnton THORNTON, GARY J., attorney at law, oS Broa ,

Wynnton, ThorntoD, Pleasant i c, laoorer,

Murphy &

On -r N. Liberties

,

THORNTON & GRIMES, (Beverley A. Thornton air

Thos. W. Grimes,) attorneys at law, Broa , cor

Threlkeld, Thomas, r Crawford, bel Oglethorpe. Thweatt, Kirichen, c, hoarding and eating house, roa ,
Thweatt-CT., clerk with C. G. Holmes * Co., r Plan-

Thweatt,'8MicIjth W,, receiver of tax returns, office 791

Broad, r Planters Hotel. ^

,,

Thweatt, Milton W., family grocer, Oglethorpe, e an-

doiph, r Jackson, cor Few

' williams r

Thweatt Roht. R., dray line at Burras & Williams,

Front, hel St. Clair. Tice, Ward, laborer with Muscogee Mills, r Broad,be ran -

lin and Bridge.

. 0 ,,,

T1GNER, WESLEY F., surgeon dentist, Randotp ,

Tillman

l`""tortwith W. L. Tillman, r 156 Broad.

r Oglethorpe, bel Few.

--156 Bro"d'

Tillinghast, G. W., printer with Sun office, r

TINES, WM. H,, c, boot and 8lioemaker St Cffi G
Oglethorpe and Jackson, r b rout, bet St. Clan and

TOLBERT '&BRO., (James J,, and William C ) butch
ers, stalls 11 and 13, r Oglethorpe, cor Early. Tompkins, Mrs. E' r Jackson, bet Early and Fulton Took, Mrs. Mary A., school teacher, r cor Troup, N. tuber

ties.

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Took, Mary A., dress# Trammell, John, eng
Crawford. Treadaway, James, cl

Ala.

Treadaway, John 0., '

Ala.

Treadaway Mrs. Mart-

Trice, James, laborer

Mercer.

Tucker, Edmund, c, c\

Few.

Tuggle, Mott, r Broac

1 Tuggle, Thomas, labo 1

i TOGGLE THOMAS

! Turneg, Larkin S., fa

,

ville, Ala.

Turner, Alonzo, carp*

Turner, Barnard, lab<

Turner, Joe, c, barb*

Crawford.

Turner, Wm. 0., pri

kin House.

Turner, Wm. P., gei

106 Broad, r ^

Turnidge, Caroline, i

Turnidge, Ceily, labr

Turnidge, William,

Tyler, Andrew, r Gii

Tyler, Andrew J., b

rard, Ala.

Tyler, Charles, c, p1

Tyler, John A., gr0<

bet Broad and

Tyree, Thomas M., 1

son, bet St. C

r

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159

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Took, Mary A., dressmaker, r cor Troup, N. Liberties.

Trammell, John, engineer S. W. R.R.^ r McIntosh, hel

Crawford.

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Treadaway, James, clerk, with James Britton, r Girard, i Ala.

Treadaway, John C., warper E. and P. F., r Browneville,

Ala.

Treadaway Mrs. Martha, r Oglethorpe, N. Liberties'.

Trice, James, laborer M. and G. R.R., r cor Fulton and

Mercer.

>tr.{

Tucker, Edmund, c, carpenter, r Jackson, bet Baldwin and

Few.



Tuggle, Mott, r Broad bel Thomas.

Tuggle, Thomas, laborer with S. W. R.R.

TUGGLE THOMAS S., physician, r Broad, bel Thomas.

Turneg, Larkin S., factory hand, E. and P. F., r Browne-

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ville, Ala.

Turner, Alonzo, carpenter, r Oglethorpe, ab Early.

Turner, Barnard, laborer, r Bay, foot of Dillingham.
<
Turner, Joe, c, barber with L. Wells, r Oglethorpe, bel

Crawford.

Turner, Win. C., printer, with Columbus Enquirer, r Ran

kin House.

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Turner, Wm. P., general agent Globe Mutual Life Ins. Co.

106 Broad, r McIntosh cor Bryjm.

Turnidge, Caroline, r Marshall, Ala.

Turnidge, Ceily, laborer E. and P. F., r Marshall, Ala.

Turnidge, William, laborer E. and P. F., r Marshall, Ala.

Tyler, Andrew, r Girard, Ala.

Tyler, Andrew J., harnessmaker with W. R. Kent, r Gi-

.

rard, Ala.

Tyler, Charles, c, plasterer, r Oglethorpe, N. Liberties.

Tyler, John A., grocer and commission merchant, tit. Clair,

bet Broad and Front, r Franklin, cor Forsyth.

Tyree, Thomas M., book-keeper with Bedell & Co., r Jack-

son, bet St. Clair and Crawford.

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Underwood, Mrs. Anne, r Girard, Ala. Underwood, John, carpenter with D. W. Champayne, r S .

Clair cor Jackson. Underwood, Joshua H. A., of Baldwin and Underwood, r

Girard, Ala. Upsher, John, c, eating louse, r Crawford, bet Broad Front.
Upton, John J., miller, r Broad cor Franklin. UBQUHART, JOHN A., physician, Randolph bel Broad,

r Troup, ah Bryan.

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Valentine, George, machinist with S. W. R.R., r St. Clair,

cor Mercer.

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Vandenberg, Berta, milliner with Mrs. L. A. Lee, r For-

svth ah Bryan. Vandenberg, Edmund B,, clerk with T. T. Edmunds, r St.
Clair bet Broad and Oglethorpe. Velati, Angelo, vegetables, stall 16, Market. - VENABLE, GEORGE if.,, bookbinder with Sun office, r

Oglethorpe ab Bridge. Vernoy, Alfred A., clerk with John L. Hogan, r Ogle

thorpe cor Baldwin. Vernoy, James H., clerk with Wm. Munday, r Oglethorpe

cor Baldwin.

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Vernoy, James, r Oglethorpe cor Baldwin.

Verstille, Henry W,, of Chapman & Verstille, r Troup cor

Randolph. Vicars, Boston, c, laborer E. and P. Mfg Co,, r Troop bel

Few. Vickery, James, carriage painter with Welch & Co., r . nr-

sliall, Ala. * Vickery, Mrs. Rebecca, reeler, E. and P. Mfg Co.,r Browne-

ville, Ala. Viuan, James, hoot and shoemaker, r Girard, Ala.
Vonze, Wm., laborer N. and S. R.R., r Marshall, Ala.

Waddell, George H., clerk ! tosh, bet Randolph a
Wade, Nelson, c, laborer' Thomas.
Wade, Yeles H., carpenter Wadsworth, William, c, c.:i
Few. Wagner, Marcus W., prin
Oglethorpe, bet Bah Wagner, Tobias, printer, 1
Few. Walker, Aleck, c, hoot anc
Jackson and Troup. Walker, Erasmus, c, porter
wood. Walker, James, quiller E. Walker, Joel A., of Watt < Walker, Joshua, hoot an
Front. Walker, Matt, c, carpenter Walker, Milton J., freight
McIntosh, bel St. Cl Walker, Sanders W., eng
McIntosh, ah Craw:
Walker, Sim A., school ter I
rard, Ala.
Wall, Cornelius D., maste '
S. W. R.R., r Trou Wall, David, carder E. to Wall, George J., spinner I Wall, John H., laborer, E|
Ala. Wall, Hillery, machinist, Wall, Louis A., bolt cuttei
Franklin.

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r

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w

Waddell, George H., clerk with Thos. K. Wynne, r McIn

tosh, bet Randolph and Bryan.

Wade, Nelson, c, laborer, r Front, bet Crawford and

Thomas.

Wade,, Yeles H., carpenter, r Browneville, Ala.

Wadsworth, William, c, carpenter, r Troup, bet Early and

. Few.

Wagner, Marcus W., printer with Columbus Enquirer, r

Oglethorpe, bet Baldwin and Few.

Wagner, Tobias, printer, r Oglethorpe, bet Baldwin and

Few.

Walker, Aleck, c, boot and shoemaker, r Covington, bet

Jackson and Troup.

Walker, Erasmus, c, porter with F. J. Springer, r Lin-

wood.

Walker, James, quiller E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Walker, Joel A., of Watt & Walker, r Troup, cor St. Clair.

Walker, Joshua, boot and shoemaker, r Dillingham, ab

Front.

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v.

Walker, Matt, c, carpenter, r Troup, N. Liberties.

Walker, Milton J., freight delivery clerk S. W. R.R., r

McIntosh, hel St. Clair.

Walker, Sanders W., engineer with M. and G. R.R., r

McIntosh, ah Crawford.

1

Walker, Sim A.* school teacher Girard High School, r Gi

rard, Ala.

Wall, Cornelius D., master machinist M. and G. R.R. and S W. R.R., r Troup, ab Bridge.
Wall, David, carder E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Wall, George J., spinner E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala. Wall, John H., laborer, E. and P. F., r 90 Browneville,
Ala. Wall, Hillery, machinist, E. and P. F.,r Browmeville, Ala. Wall, Louis A., bolt cutter with S. W.R.R., r Forsyth, hel
Franklin.

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Watt, Mrs. Then Watt, William J
Clair.
WATT & WALT
wholesale ;, Waymar, Adam, Weaver, Lucius
Oglethorpt Webeler, Wm., t
dolph. Webley, Wm., b Webster, James ]', Weeks, Andrew,
ville, Ala. Weeks, Jerry, c,
Bryan. Weems, Oliver, c,,
son. .Weir, Robt. G., v Wellborn, Richai
Baldwin b Wellborn, John,
cor Broad. Welch, Andrew * Welch, Dan'l, be '
lin. Welch, John B.,
and Thom;
WELCH & CO.
DeLesl ie I wagon ma thorpe. Weldon, Mrs. N 1 Wells, Aleck, c, Baldwin, ' Wells, Edward R cor Mercer

163
Watt, Mrs. Theresa, r Troup, ab Bridge. Watt, William J., of Watt & Walker, r Troup, cor St.
Uiair. WATT & WALKER, (Wm. J. Watt and Joel A Walker,)
wholesale and family grocers, 152 Broad Waymar, Adam, c, carpenter, r N. Liberties. Weaver, Lucius R., c, porter, at Postoffice, r Bridge cor
Oglethorpe. Webeler, Wm., boot and shoemaker, r Oglethorpe bel Ran
dolph. Webley, Wm., hoot and shoemaker, r Crawford ah Broad. Webster, James M., conductor W. R.R., r Linwood. Weeks, Andrew, c, blacksmith, with F. Taylor, r Browne-
ville, Ala. . V Weeks, Jerry, c, porter with W. S. Needham, r Broad cor
Bryan Weems, Oliver, c, barber with L. W ells, r Baldwin ab Jack-

Weir, Robt. G., book-keeper with J. Kyle & Co.

Wellborn, Richard, c, porter with G. W. Brown & Co., r

Baldwin bet Jackson and Oglethorpe.

Wellborn, John, driver with G. W. Brown & Co., r Bryan,

t

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cor Broad.

Welch, Andrew J., millright, r Troup bet Few and Early.

Welch, Dan'l, book-keeper City Mills, r Broad cor Frank-

* 1in. ' Welch, John .,-of Welch & Co., r McIntosh bet Crawford

and Thomas. WELCH & CO., (John B. Welch, Charles H. Herring,
DeLeslie D. Bartlett and John Lyon,) carriage and wagon manufacturers, Bryan bet Broad and Ogle

thorpe Weldon, Mrs. Nancy, r Brodnax, Girard, Ala. Wells, Aleck, c, blacksmith with Columbus Iron Works, r
Baldwin, bet Forsyth and McIntosh. Wells, Edward R., machinist, with S. W..R.R., r St. Clair

cor Mercer.

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Whiteside, Geo

board bo

WHITESIDE,

Boats, C

Whiteside, Tho-

WH1TTLE, -I

and Brorr

*#*

Wilbur, A. J.,

>

Wilburn, Peter

. Wilby, Joseph,

Wilcher, Mrs. (

ford and

Willcox, DeWi

and gene^

McIntosh1

.Wilding, Fredi

Broad.

Wilding, Godfr

Broad' :

Wilhelm, Fred,

.

dolph.

Wilkins, Frank;

Wilkinson, Am

Rundolpl. Wilkinson, W '

Planters (

Willett, Knock.

Willett, Isa, iu;'

Willett, Isaiah,

r N. Kin-

Williams Alp1'

liams, r

Williams, A. U

- Girard, .

Williams, Clias

WILLIAMS, (

itor, 70 1

Williaius, Davi

165

Whiteside, George B., cleric steamboat Bandy Moore, r on

board boat.

.

WHITESIDE, SAMUEL J., gen'l agent Central Line

Boats, Crawford, bet Broad and Oglethorpe.

Whiteside, Thomas, steamboat engineer, r Girard, Ala.

WHITTLE, JAMES J., dry goods, 154 Broad, r cor Early

and Broad.

Wilbur, A. J., c, shoemaker with Z. Cook, r old field.

Wilburn, Peter, c, wheelright, Troup, ab Bridge.

. Wilby, Joseph, wool sorter E. & P. F., r Browneville, Ala.

Wilcher, Mrs. Caroline E., seamstress, r Mercer, bet Craw *

ford and St. Clair.

Willcox, DeWitt F., secretary Georgia Home Insurance Co.

and general insurance agent, Broad, cor St. Clair, r

McIntosh, bel Crawford.

.Wilding, Frederick, boot and shoemaker, St. Clair, ab

Broad.

Wilding, Godfried C., boot and shoemaker, r Randolph, ab

Broad.V

Wilhelm, Fred. G., mail agent W. R.R. r Broad, cor Ran-

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dolph.

Wilkins, Frank G., cotton merchant, r Broad, bel Thomas.

Wilkinson, Augustus R., ot Estes & Bro., r Troup, bet

Randolph and St. Clair.

Wilkinson, W. Rufus, salesman with J. J. Whittle, r

Planters Hotel.

Willett, Enoch, family .grocer, N. Liberties.

Willett, Isa, machinist, r Jackson, N. Liberties.

Willett, Isaiah, manager Columbus Ice Manufacturing Co.,

r N. Liberties.

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Williams Alpha A., photograph operator with G. T. Wil

liams, r McIntosh, bet Thomas and Crawford.

Williams, A. D., harness maker with H. Middlebrook, r

. Girard, Ala.

Williams. Chas. factory hand, r Girard, Ala.

WILLIAMS, CHAS. H., attorney at law, and city solic

itor, 70 Broad, r Jackson, bel Bryan.

Williams, David, factory hand, r Girard, Ala.

166

Williams, Dan. E., ticket agent M. and G. R.R., r Jackson

cor Thomas. Williams., Mrs. Dicey, r McIntosh, bel Early. Williams, Ed., c, porter with Radcliff & Lamb, r old field. Williams, Frank, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Alai Williams, George M., of Burrus & Williams, r Troup bel

f Thomas. WILLIAMS, GILES T., photograph gallery, 81 Broad, r

Broad cor Early. Williams, Green, c, drayman, r nr branch, N, Liberties. WILLIAMS, JAMES, brickmason, builder and contractor,
r Commerce cor Jackson, N. Liberties. Williams, James H. bricklayer, r Commerce cor Jackson,

N. Liberties. Williams, Jennett K.., midwife, r Forsyth bet Crawford and

Thomas.



Williams, Mrs. Jennie, dressmaker, r Jackson cor Randolph.

Williams, Jes-e, c, deckhand steamboat Baudy Moore, r

Bri'ad cor Fulton. Williams, John W., carpenter, r Girard, Ala. Williams, Norman, shoemaker, r Girard, Ala. Williams, Oliver, c, barber, r Troup, cor Early. WILLIAMS, PEARCE & HODO, (Redmond G. Wil liams, Thos. J. Pearce and John W, Hodo,) family grocers
and plantation supplies, 20 Broad. Williams, R. G., of Williams, Pearce & Hodo, r Stewart

county. Williams, Henry, c, vegetables, stall No. 32. Williams, S., factory hand, r Girard, Ala. Williams, William, clerk, r Jackson, cor Randolph. Williams, William, c, expressman, r Fulton, bet McIntosh

and Mercer. Williams, William, c, blacksmith with Blount & Haiman,

r Wynnton. WILLIAMS, WM. F., attorney at law, and Judge County
Court, St. Clair, cor Broad, r Jackson, cor Baldwin. Williams, Wm. H., ticket agent S. W. R.R. r Thomas,

cor Jackson.

Williamson, Lo Liberties
Williford, Jamt Few bet
Williford, Johr Broad.
Willis Billy, c, R.R. dcj
Wilson, Amos, bel Bryc
Wilson, Mrs. ( Wilson, Natha Wilting, Char Wingfield, Sco Wise, Douglasj
ville, AWise, W. Fos
Broad. Wise, John, b.
ville, A Wise, Wm. B Wisham, Will
Ala. Wittich, Adol
Early a
WITTICH &
Kinsel, Wolf. Max, si
bel Bal Wolfson, Dav Wolleck, lieu Woodfield, M Wood, Henry
cor Brj Wood, Henry
ab Bry Wood, Win.
Troup.

167

Williamson, Louis, c, laborer Columbus Iron Works, r N.

Liberties.

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Williford, James D. Jr., clerk with John W. Brooks, r

Few bet Broad and Front.

Williford, John B., salesman with T. E. Blanchard, f 123 Broad.
Willis Billy, c, barber with Joe Clark & Son, r nr S. W. R.R. depot.
Wilson, Amos, c, barber with R. B. Porter, r Oglethorpe, bel Bryan.

Wilson, Mrs. Charlotte, r Troup, bet Baldwin and Few. Wilson, Nathan, c, drayman, r Wynns Hill. Wilting, Charles, boot and shoemaker, 30 Broad. Wingfield, Scott, c, blacksmith with Blount & Haiman. Wise, Douglass, clerk with Rooney & Warner, r Summer
ville, Ala. Wise, W. Foster, salesman with T. E. Blanchard, r 123
Broad.

Wise, John, book-keeper Georgia Home Bank, r Summer

ville, Ala. Wise, Wm. B., clerk with Wells & Curtis, r Summerville. Wisharn, William, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville,

. Ala.

Wittich, Adolphus, of Wittich & Kinsel, r Broad, bet Early and Fulton.

WITTICH & KINSEL, (Adolphus Wittich and Chas. M. Kinsel,) watches, jewelry, &c., Broad, cor Randolph.
Wolf, Max, shipping clerk with Blount & Haiman, r Broad

bel Baldwin. Wolfson, David, tinner, r Troup, bel Baldwin. Wolleck, Henry, c, blacksmith, r Front, bel Thomas. Woodfield, Mrs. Mary, r Girard, Ala.

Wood, Henry, c, laborer Dudley's lumber yard, r .Mercer, cor Bryan.

Wood, Henry, c, hostler with Wm. Munday, r Oglethorpe,

ab Bryan.

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Wood, Wm. R., clerk with A. L. Harrison, r Thomas, cor Troup.

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Wood, Joseph J., book-keeper with R. R. Goetchius & Co.

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r St. Clair, bet Jackson and Troup.

Wood, Robt. A., keeper of jail.

Woodruff, Mrs. Aurora E., r Forsyth, cor Baldwin.

Woodruff, George W., prop'r Empire Flour Mills, Thomas/

cor Front, r Linwood.

Woodruff, Henry L., clerk with G. W. Woodruff, r Lin

wood.

Woodruff, Henry H., book-keeper with Spring Villa Manu

facturing Co., r Forsyth, cor Baldwin.

Woodson, Ben,c, laborer, r Oglethorpe, N. Liberties.

Woolfolk, James, r St. Clair, cor Front.

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Woolfolk, John C., bill clerk with Allen, Preer & Illges, r

Wynnton.

Woolfolk, Joseph W., hill clerk with Burrus & Williams,

.

r Wynnton.

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Wooten, Matt C., cotton buyer, Randolph, bel Broad, r

McIntosh, bet Bryan and Randolph.

Word, T. J., physician, 81 Broad.

Worsham, Jefferson, J., salesman with C. A. Redd & Co.,

r Russell county, Ala.

Worthy, James D., clerk with Rosette & Lawhon, r Ogle

thorpe, bel Few.

Wray, J. Frank, wheelright and blacksmith, r Girard, Ala.-

Wright, Rev. Armenius, pastor St. Paul Church, r Troup,

bel Bryan.

Wright, Augustus, c, blacksmith, r Wynns Hill.

Wright, Benjamin F., machinist, r Front, bel Thomas.

Wright, Freeman, c, carpenter, r Oglethorpe, V. Liberties.

Wright, George, c, ca:penter, r Girard, Ala.

Wright, Green, c, shoemaker with Wm. A. Tines, r Mercer

cor Franklin.

Wright, James E., carpenter, r Jackson, N. Liberties.

Wright, Jesse B., job printer with Enquirer, r N. Liberties.

Wright, John, harness repairer E. and P. F., r Browneville.

Wright, John B., carpenter, r Oglethorpe, ab Bridge.

Wright, Mrs. Mary B., r Bridge, cor Troup.

Wright Samuel M., r Browneville, Ala.

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Wyatt, Lawson B., tail thorpe, bel St. C
AVynne, Richard, c, car Wynn, Richard, c, port Wynne, Thomas K., e
Bryan, r Mclntos Wynn, Wm., printer w
Yarbrough, Mrs. Elizabi Yarborough, Geo. M., sa
ters Hotel*. Yonge, Bragg, engineer
Franklin. Yonge, E. E., farmer, r Young, Absflom 0., of
Washington and 1 Young, Adam, laborer K, Young, Alek C., salesma
cor Front. Young, James, c, shoems1 Young, Richard T., book-
wood. Young, Thos. S., of T. S.
YOUNG, 7: S., dc CO.,
S. McEachren,) Washington.
YOUNG, JFJf. H., guar
Beallwood. Young Mrs. Winny, r M i

169
Wyatt, Lawson B., tailor with Strause & Goldsmithy 1 Ogle
thorpe, hel St. Clair. Wynne, Richard, c, carpenter, r Oglethorpe, N. Liberties. Wynn, Richard, c, porter with W. E. Sandeford, r N. Lib. Wynne, Thomas K., carriage repository, Oglethorpe, coi
Bryan, r McIntosh, hel Bryan. Wynn, Wm., printer with Enquirer, r Front, ab St. Clair.

Yarbrough, Mrs. Elizabeth, r Browneville, Ala. Yarborough, Geo. M., salesman with J. J. Whittle, r Plan

ters Hotel*. Yonge, Bragg, engineer N. and S. R.R., r Oglethorpe, ah

Franklin.

,

Yonge, E. E,, farmer, r Wynnton.

Young, Absalom 0., of Amyet & Co., r Oglethorpe, bet

Washington and Bridge. Young, Adam, laborer E. and P. F., r Browneville, Ala..

Young, Alek C., salesman with E. and P. F., r St. Clair,

t

cor Front.

Young, James, c, shoemaker, r Front, hel Thomas.

Young, Richard T,, book-keeper with E. and P. F., r Beall-

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Young, Thos. S., of T. S. Young & Co., r Marshall, Ala.

YOUNG, T. S., &.C0., (Thomas S. Young and Edward

' S. McEachren,) family grocers, Oglethorpe, cor

Washington. YOUNG, JVM. IT., guano depot, and of E. and P. I., r

Beallwood. Toung Mrs. Winuy, r Marshall, Ala.

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COLUMBUS STREET DIRECTORY.

Streets running East and West, commencing North:

1. Washington west of Oglethorpe, at river to Mercer.

2. Bridge from river to Mercer.

3. Franklin from river to Mercer..

4. Bryan from river to Mercer.-

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5. Randolph from river to Mercer. s .

6. Church from Jackson to Troup.

Y. St. Clair from river trom~-Cr-i o-v*ingitU on_ tJ-o~ W YITansnhVinnngctrof--nnn.--

8. Forsyth from Covington to Washington.

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9. McIntosh from Covington to Washingtons

10. Mercer from Covington to Washington.--

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STALL tfO. 2, COLUMBUS, GA., MARKET, '

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Choice

i I Ufillkj And all kinds of FRESH MEATS.
I Hotels' Boarding Houses, Private Families, SteamI boats, and the Trade at Stations on the Railroad lines
supplied. We make a specialty of
| Fresh Pork and Sausages in season,
For Families and for Shipment.

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BEST MAKES KID GLOVES,
For Ladies and Gentlemen, ^always on Land.
No. 70 Broad st., Columbus, Ga.

_ v Labor Employment Office.
Win. D. Smith, Gen. Manager,

Randolph st., next'door to Sun Office.

COLUMBUS, GA.

All persons out of work and who wish good situa

tions, either in City or Country, will find it to their in

terest to call on me,

I would call the attention of Planters and others de

siring help, to the advantages of securing the same at

our Office, where servants for Plantation, House, or in ; i

any capacity, can be obtained.

Parties wishing Letters written can be accommodated

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Sign Painting and Lettering
of every description neatly and promptly executed by
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PERRY HOUSE
Barber, Shampooing IHair Dressing

S A3L.OOKT,
Oglethorpe, corner of Bryan st., Columbus, Ga.
SHEPHERD ROGERS, Prop.

Every thing in my line executed in first class order, with promptness and dispatch. Professional experts always ready to execute orders from Ladies and Gentlemen at their resi dences.

. Engagements for ROGERS' STRING BAND for Parties or

Pic Nics, can be made with me.

SHEPHERD ROGERS.

COLUMBUS, GEORGIA
!)EALER IN
STAPLE AND FANCY

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Columbus, Ga.

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