City directory of Columbus and gazeteer of Muscogee County, for 1884

Collection:
Columbus, Georgia City Directories
Title:
City directory of Columbus and gazeteer of Muscogee County, for 1884
Creator:
Interstate Directory Co.
Dickson, H. H.
Date of Original:
1884
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:
1884 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-columbus1884
Digital Object URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/do:chat_ccd_dir-columbus1884
Language:
eng
Extent:
332 pages
Holding Institution:
Columbus Public Library (Columbus, Ga.)
Rights:

BRADLEY MEMORIAL LIBRARY
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For 1884..

C. M. GARDNER.

BY THE

H. H. DICKSON.

INTEkSTlTE DIRECTORY CO.

Publishers op City Directories op Southern and Western Cities.

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PRINCIPAL OFFICE:
32 South Broad Street, Atlanta, Georgia.

Atlanta, Georgia : H. H. Dickson, Publisher and Job Printer, 82 8. Broad Street.
1888.

Southern Metal College
ATLANTA, GEORGIA.

GENERAL INDEX

Churches... 31

City Government. 23 Names--Beginning White De

City Institutions.. 31 partment.

41

City Officers Brownville. 39 Names--Be inning Colored De

Congressional Districts. 9 partment. 217

Fire Department.. 27 Orphan Asylum. 88

General Assembly.14--15 Post Office. 21

Important Points. 27 Public Schools. 39

Judiciary-State. 21 Societies. 33

Judicial Districts and County

State Government. 9

Officers.

22 Street Directory. 21

Justices and Notaries Muscogee

Ward Boundaries. 24

County.... 23

[INDEX TO ADVERTISERS.

Battle, C. E. 30 Key's, G. H. 30

Berry, W. W.

138 Lequin, C. H. V2

Blanchard & Booth.bac~s cover Lynn, M. T. 78

Bradford, Geo. A...lines and first fly Marchant, Mrs. M. A. 196

Bradford, Mark A. IB McLendon & Co. 42

Brown House. 16 Mehaffey, Josiah. no

Burrus, M. A. 114 M. & M. Bank. 20

Cargill, James E... 40 Miller, E. II. 30

Chappell, L. H.

50 Monumental Marble Works. 12

Chess Carlev Co. 138 Moore's Business University.

Clayton. J. T. Coleman & Torbett.

32 32

top pages

Park, Dr. W. T.

196

Coulter, H.back fly Perry House. 150

Cowdery, L. L. & Co. 32 Phelps, Dr. George.last flv

Crawford, Toombs. 36 Phillips & Crew .first cover

DeLoach, A. A. 26 Phoenix Jewelry Store. 20

Downing, Frank U. 58 Pool, Dr. W. T. 35

DuBose, Walter E. 62 Rankin House..first cover

Dudley & Wise.110 Salter, Dr. S. F. 144

Edge & Bro.

36 Sellman, H.. 12

England* Co. 78 Shackelford, Dr. J. F. 152

Ehnis, R. A. & Co..first paster Southern Medical College.

Enquirer-Sun. Fogle, Dr. W. J...

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next index Southern Copying Company. 138

Frazer, A. H. 292 Southern Infirmary. 68

Ga. Provident Association. 192 Springer, Charles P'. 62

Gammon Bros. 138 Stewart, Jno. S.... lines and first fly

Garrard, Louis F. .!. 36 Summersgill & Jarrett. 114

Gate City Sewing Machine Ex

Taber, Dr. F. F . 200

change .last paster Taylor & Bro. 152

Geyer, H...back cover Thomas, G. E..first fly

Gibson, H. A. 114 Thornton, H. J .dines and back fly

Gifford, J. A. 292 Tigner & McElhaney. 30

Golden Bros.lines and back liv Turner, Jno. P.. no

Grier, R. S. . 20 Vickery & Posey. 152

Hofflin, J. & Co,... 42 Williams, Alpha A. 33

Holland, J. T. 106 Willingham & Co. 16

Horris Levi.152 Winship & Bro.back fly and 312

Howard, J. W. 106 Wittich & Kinsel. ... first cover

Johnson, Mark W. 150 Wood, J. J.. 42

Joines, E. W. & Son. 196 Wood, W. R. ,50

Kenney, George..... 114

omissions.
David J. B., elk G. E. Thomas, bds W. A. Ragland Fogle W. J., res 163Broad Miller E. H. (cj, renovator, res cor Oglethorpe and Crawford Oslin Dr. J. W., physician, res ne cor Troup and-Bryan Willis Judge James T., of Chattahoochee Circuit, res Wynnton

N PRESENTING our patrons with the City Directory for 1884 we will state that no pains have been spared to make'a book in every respect worthy of the enterprise of the city's business men. While there are errors^ un avoidable for the most part, they are of small impo and will not detract from the value of the book m the a lea9t as a work of reference. We have at the least, the

colored; jhcjrinj: an increase since

^ partially due

to S f'ac! that our c'anvas was more thoroughi thani the fonner Directory which omitted for the most part the suburbs, whe flarge portion of the population reside. The growth of he city, however, has been steady in both populatmn and wealth.

In the latter the increase has been very great, while the pop

ulation, including suburbs,

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can be olaced, at low estimate, at ZZ,lM.a-

to the city's credit, this has been accomplished with poor

transportation facilities ; enjoying none of the bene s c^ com petition in this line. The time is not far distant however, when these difficulties will be surmounted and a new era m augurated. In conclusion, we will say that it is our inte tio to issue the Columbus Directory every two years hereafter,

regardless of what others may propose in similar line.

RKeessppeecctufuululyy,,

C. M. GDAIRCDKNSOENR,.

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agents.

GENERAL0Sb03, 6A.

COLUMBUS.

State Government of Georgia*

'Governor--Henry D. McDaniel. Attorney-General--Clifford Anderson.

Comptroller-General W. A. Wright.

Secretary of State-N. C. Barnett. Treasurer--Daniel N. Speer. School Commissioner--Gustavus J. Urr.

Librarian--Frank L. Haralson.

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Commissioner Agriculture--John THIenderso .

Keeper Penitentiary--John W. Nelms.

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS.

FIRST DISTRICT.

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Population.

Counties.

J 4-4 955

Chatham. 5979

Effingham. 12786

Scriven. 9 750

Emanuel. s'053

Bulloch .

4 925

Bryan. ." 6'985

Tattnall.
Liberty. McIntosh.

io,566
6.241 n'497

Glynn.. Wayne.
Appling. Pierce,... Camden. 'Charlton.

r,;980 5275
4,588 6,183 2161 Li 59

C Ware . lii nc " h.!

^188 2 553

Echols.

SECOND DISTRICT.

T. , Baker.

7,305 6,619

Berrien.

11727

Brooks.. 7'024

Calhoun. '

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HANGERS, PULLEYS, COLLARS, ETC. lta-- Golden Bros.

Can Buy the Finest Make of
HATS at H. J. Thornton's,

10_DIRECTORY.
Counties. Clay. Colquitt. Decatur. Dougherty. Early.... Lowndes. Miller.. Mitchell. Quitman. Kandolph... .. Terrell. Thomas. Worth.

Population. . 6,650'
. 2,527 .... 19,071 . 12,622 . 7,605-
. 11,049 . 3,720 . 9,392
. 4,392 . 13,341 .10,451 . 20,598 . 5,892

THIRD DISTRICT.

Coffee. 5,070'

Dodge. 5,358

Dooly. 12,413

Irwin. 2,696

Telfair..,. 4,828

Montgomery.. ..

5,381

Laurens. 10,051

Pulaski. 14,058

Wilcox...

3,109

Houston. 23,251

Macon. 11,675

Sumter..'. 18,239

Schley. 5,302

Webster. 5 237

Stewart. 13,998

Lee. 10,567

FOURTH DISTRICT.
Taylor. 8,597 Talbot. 14,117 Marion. 8,598 Chattahoochie. 5,670 Muscogee... 19,324 Harris. 15,758

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PRINTING of every description executed with neatness

vJQB PRINTER! 36 Randolph Street? Columbus, Ga.

Fine Suits for Weddings and Business. MADE BY H. J. THORNTON.

DIRECTORY.
Counties. Heard. Troup. Meriwether .. .. Coweta... Carroll.

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Population. . 8,769 . 20,565 . 17,651 . 10,103. 16,901

FIFTH DISTRICT.
Clayton. . DeKalb./. Fayette. Fulton...,. Henry. Newton. Rockdale. Spalding. Walton. Campbell. Douglass..

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14,497 8.605 46,126 14,193 13,619 6,838 12,585 15,622
9,979 6,934

SIXTH DISTRICT.

Bibb. 27.146

Crawford. 8,656

Upson..... 12,400

Pike. 15,849

Monroe.

18.808

Twiggs. 8 91S

Wilkinson. 12,061

Jones. 11,613

Baldwin. 12,998

Butts.

8,311

Jasper. 17,849

SEVENTH DISTRICT.

Bartow... 18,690

Catoosa. 4,798

Chattooga. 10,021

Dade. 4,702

Cobb. 20,746

Floyd.

24,418

PRICES GUARANTEED THE LOWEST On all Goods Sold by II. J. THORNTON,

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DIRECTORY

C. H. I-jEQTJIN,

Practical JPatchvnaker

-DEALER IN-

Fiue Gold and Siivei Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etc.
xso xu-oacl street, Columbus. Gra.

JffiTItepairing done Neatly and Promptly.
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A. Nl. ELLEDGE, Proprietor.
%*05 Broad Street,
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Iron Railings and Other Enclos ures a Specialty. __

134 Broad Street;.
Clothing Cleaned, Repaired and Dyed in First-class order short notice. ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
"Dveins a Specialty. A Perfect Fit Guaranteed.

GOLDEN'S COTTON SCREW Cest anil Cheapest

s VHORNTON Sells the H. J$1.00 Shirt Made

Counties.
Gordon... Whitfield
Murray.. Polk. Paulding . Haralson Walker ..

nri?rwrrnRY.

Population. . 11,167 . 11,899
.... 8,268 .... 17,952 . 10,887 . 5,974 .... 11,055

Hancock.
Putnam... Greene.... Morgan... .
Oconee Clarke.... Oglethorpe
Wilkes... . Elbert. Madison...
Hart. Franklin..

EIGHTH DISTRICT.

16,989 14,539
17,547 14,034
6,349 11,702 15,400 15.985
12^957 7,978 9,094 --
11,453 p

Banks ..... Cherokee .. Dawson. . . Fannin Forsyth... Gilmer Gwinnett...
Hall. Habersham
Jackson.... Lumpkin...
Milton. Pickens.... Rabun. Towns.
UnionWhite.

NINTH DISTRICT.

7,337 14,345

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5,837 o 7,245

10,559

8,386 a 19,531 E 15,299 ^5

8,718

16,298

6,519 o

6,261

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6,790 CO

4,634

3,261 6,431

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THE BEST SHIRT Z/J

Sold is offered by H. J. THORNTON.

Popular Price, $1.00.

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_DIRECTORY.

Counties.
TENTH DISTRICT
Johnson....... Jefferson. Banks. Glasscock . McDuffie. Richmond. . Columbia.. Lincoln. ... Washington.. Warren.. Taliaferro.

Population.
. 4,800 . 15,761 . 27,128 .... 3,577 _ 9,449 . 34,665 . 10,465 .... 6,412 . ... 21,964 . 10,885 . 7,034

GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

SENATE.
Tames S. Boynton, President, Griffin. Wm. A. Harris, Secretary, Isabella. 1st District--P. W. Meldrim, Savannah 2d District--H. C. Parker, Johnston Station.
3d District--S. R. Harris, Jesup. 4th District--James Thompson, Traders' Bill. 5th District--W. A. McDonald, Waycross. 6th District--J. D. Knight, Milltown. 7th District--B. J. Norman, Moultrie. Sth District--E. B. Bush. Colquitt. 9th District--Dr. O. H. Paul. Leary. 10th District--James Rouse. Warwick 11th District--J. G. Parks, Dawson. 12th District--,T. P. Walker, Weston. 13th District--,J. G. Frederick, Marshallville. , 14th District--L M. Lamar, Hawkinsville. 15th District --T. I). Wilcox, Downing's Mill. 16th District--C. S. Guyton, Dublin. 17th District--T. W. Oliver, Sylvania. 18th District--J. H. Polhill, Louisville. 19th District--A, S. Morgan, Warrenton. 20th District--F. G. DuBignon, Milledgeviile.
C21st District--D. W. Hughes, Jeffersonville. OLLARS,CUFFS, HANDKERCHIEFS, SUSPENDERS, SOCKS and UNDERWEAR in large variety at H. J. Thornton's

COMPRESSION COUPUNOS for Shafting. Manufactured Golden

22d District--G. W. Gustin, Macon. 23d District--R D. Smith, Knoxville. 24th District--Thomas De Wolf, Box Spring. 25th District--T. J. Neal. Waverly House.
26th District--J. S. Boynton, Griffin. 27th District--L. F. Livingston, Covington.
28th District--C. George, Madison. 29th District--W. D. Tutt, Thomason. 30th District--Phil. W. Davis, Elberton. 31st District--R. D. You, Avalon. 32d District -W. H. McAfee, Dahlonega.
33d District--W. I. Pike, Jefferson. 34th District--T. M. Peeples, Lawrenceville.
35th District--S. B. Hoyt, Atlanta. 36th District--Geo. J. Martin. Greenville. 37th District--L. P. Mandeville, Carrollton.
38th District--N. N. Beall, Dallas. 39th District--R. A. Eakes, Gumming. 40th District-J. W. Foster. Hiawasse. 41st District--T. F. Greer, Ellijay. 42d District--T. H. Baker, Cartersville.
43d District--T. R. Jones, Dalton. 44th District--M A. B. Tatum, Trenton.

HOUSE.

Louis F. Garrard, Speaker, Columbus.

Mark A. Hardin, Clerk.

A.ppling--J. Isham Carter.

Baker--W. W. Dews.

Baldwin--Dr. Mark Johnson.

Banks--T. B. Griffin.

Bartow--A. M. Fite, C. M. Jones.

Berrien--Thomas Paulk

Bibb--W. A. Lofton, C. T Burtlett, N. E. Harris.

Brooks --D. W. Rountree.

Bryan--R. F. C. Smith.

Bulloch--Joseph Wilson.

Burke--E. A. Perkins, P. D. Cox, Jesse Wimberly, jjj

w R Butts--F. L. Walthal. EDDING- SUITS Made to ORDE An<1 HatislacUon Ouaraiireed By H. J. Thornton, Merchant Tailor.

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Manufacturer and Dealer in
Saddles', SartiesS, Leatlier,.
TRUNKS, SATCHELS, ETC.,
S^c 33ronct fittioc*, Columtoua.
WILLINGHAM & CO
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SASH, BOOKS, BLINDS
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#Jyacteet% JWealdfftg^ ^2/1^--* Ana IDecclers in
lorffanb anb goscnbale eracnfr
PLASTER PARIS,
PLASTERERS' HAIR f BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
Sole Agents CHJBW'ACILA JLIM1B.

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The well known "RAIFORD HOUSE" is now running under

the name of

With First-class Accommodation, I solicit the patronage-
of my friends as well as the traveling public generally. E. O. BE.OAVN, Proprietor-

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Calhoun--T. P. Greer.

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Camden--A. Wilson (c)

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> S" Car,o"PJohn Bonner.
Catoosa--W. H. Payne.

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Chatham-Robt. Faligant,

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S'Chattahoochee--J- E. D. Shipp.

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Chattooga--J. W. Maddox. Cherokee--W. A. Teasley.

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Clarke--R. B. Russell

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Clay--Robt. Thompson.

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Clevton--R. E. Morrow. PI inch--J. L Sweat. Cobb--F. A. Irwin, J. Y. Alexander.

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Coffee--Dennis Paulk.

Columbia -- A. J- Avery.

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Crawford--M. M- Ray.

Dade--W. W. Jackoway.

Dawson--J. M. Bishop.

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Decatur-Ben E. Russell, J. A. Wllder.

DeKalb--H. C. Jones, 0. Winmngham.

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Dodge--J. F- DeLacy.

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Dooly--L. W. Mobley Dougherty --Henry McIntosh.

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Douglas--J S. James.

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Earlv--B. C. Chancy.

Echols--D.R. A. Johnson.

Effingham--E. E. Foy.

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Elbert--J. B. Jones. Emanuel--M. Dawson.

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Fannin--J. A- Alsabrooks.

Fayette--J. W. Graham. Floyd --W. G. Foster, W.

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Wright. Forsyth--A. J. Julian. Franklin-O. O. Osborn. FuUon--F. P. Rice, E. F. Hoge, W. H. Hulsey.

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Gilmer--J. C. Withrow.

Glascock--W. R. Logue, Sr.

Glynn--J. E. Dart.

Gordon--W. R. Rankin.

Greene--J. B. Parks, W. R. Wilson.

Gwinnett--R. E. Mitchell, J. T. McElvany.

Habersham--T. S. Davis.

Hall--J. E. Redwine, W. H. Deaton.

Hancock--J. T. Jordan, J. W. Moore.

Haralson--J. M McBride.

Harris--W. S. Wisdom, T. F. Brewster.

Hart--A. McCurry.

Heard--Thos. W. Awbry.

Henry--Chas. T. Zachary.

Houston--Monroe Gordon, J. M. Gray.

Irwin--Jacob Young.

Jackson--J. B. Silman, J. B. Hudson.

Jasper--J. C. Key.

Jefferson--F. A. Sinquefield, James Stapleton.

Johnson--M. H. Mason.

Jones--G. W. F. McKay.

Laurens--J. B. Wolfe

Lee--Frank Johnson (c).

Liberty--Jesse Brewer

Lincoln --J W. Barksdale.

Lowndes--C. R. Pendleton.

Lumpkin--E. H. Beck.

Macon--J. M. DuPree.

Madison--Young A. Daniel.

Marion-- - Short.

McDuffie--Thomas E. Watson.

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McIntosh--H. Wilson (c).
Meriwether --T. A. Atkinson J. D. Sutton. Miller--J. S Bush.

Milton--T. L. Lewis.

, Mitchell--W. M. Spence.

Monroe--W. H. Head, G. G. Flynt.

Montgomery--John McRae.

Morgan- Augustus Studdard.

Murray--Cicero Howell.

Muscogee--L. F. Garrard, W. A. Little.

Newton--L. L. Middlebrooks.

Oconee--F. P. Griffith.

Oglethorpe--C. M. Witcher, J. M. McWhorter

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Paulding--H. C. Rich.

Pickens--F. C. Tate. Pierce--W. F. Sweat. Pike--John Beauchamp J. F. Redding.
Polk--R. W. Everett. Pulaski--S. W. Brown. Putnam--R. C. Humber, H. A. Jenkins.
Quitman--J. J. Crumbly. Rabun--R C. Cannon. Randolph--R F. Crittenden. Richmond--W. F. Gary, C. A. Robbe M. Y. Calvin.
Rockdale--W. L. Peck.
Schley--J. D. Murray. Scriven--R. A Brinson.
Spalding--N. B. Drewry. Stewart--R. F. Watts. Sumter--H. N. Hawks, W Talbot--J. W. Robbins Taliaferro--B F. Moore. Tattnall- J. B Glisson.
Taylor--J. J. McCants. Telfair--Thomas Eason. Terrell--R. F Simmons Thomas--A Patten, N. R. Spengler.
Towns --John Burch. Troup --T C. Crenshaw, W. B. Whatley.
Twiggs--J. E. Jones. Union -- V. M. Waldroolc. Upson--B. G. McKinney. Walker--J. T. Wood. Walton--H. A. Carithers, T. J. Robertson-
Ware--Warren Lott. Warren--C. E. McGregor. Washington--C. R Pringle, H. G. Wright.
Wayne--John G Rich. Webster--J. B. Hudson.
White--S. J. Kimsey. Whitfield --C. E. Broyles. Wilkes--M. P. Reese, B. F. Barksdale.
Wilkinson--M. G. Smith. W7orth--W. J. Ford.

JFL. S. C3-RIE3FI.
--dealer in--
Dry Goods and Notions, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Confec tionery, etc., Dressed Poul try, Fisli and Oysters on Hand in Season.
Corner Few and Troup streets. Columbus, Ga. Goods delivered free in the city. AH goods guaranteedjiest^^
Ptaix Jewelry Store,
101 Broad Sti'oot,
0$2EX3S8178t ~
WATCHES, CLOCKS I JEWELRY
Repaired and "Warranted.
SPECTACLES,
A specialty, which do not tire the eye, and last for many years without change.
T. S. SPEAR.
al, $150,000. Surplus. $50,000 W. H BRANNON, President. A. 0. BLACKMAR, Cashier.
DIRECTORS : W. H. Brannon, of Peabooy & Brannon, Attorneys.
W R Brown, President Columbus Iron Works Cocnpauj. C. A. Redd, of Redd & Manley. C. E. Hochstrasser, Grocer. ' . ^ , . W. Ij. Clark, Railroad Superintendent.
Merchants' ri Mechanics' Bank
Columtous, & New York City Correspondent, American Exchange National Bank.
No charge made for Collecting Local Paper, and on otliei points only what we pay for collecting.

Judiciary* [Court Rooms Atlanta.]

James Jackson, Chief Justice.

Samuel Hall, Macon, Associate.

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Mark A. Blandford, Columbus, Associate

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First term convenes second Monday in Febiuarj ,

second, first Monday in September.

federal, courts.

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B^0rTLSpeeir]i?trt7-East0e?n Division of the South-

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ond Monday in April. and

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day in November. Don A. i arUee, Juuge, leans S. A. Darnell, District Attorney.

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District Court convenes in Savannah second -

dav in February, May, August and

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Erskine, Judge; S. A.^^sSthern District (both f5

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October Officers same as Eastern Division._

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Collector, 119 Broad street, Columbus, Ga.

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Columbus Post Office.

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ThadC. Sturgis, Postmaster.

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W. N. Battle, Assistant Postmaster.

Ttios. L. McGowan, Delivery Clerk. Miss Cornelia A. Johnson, Stamp Cleik.
W. S. McCants. (c), Mailing Clerk.

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m; Over Southwestern Railroad, double daily. Ui Over Mobile & Girard railroad, one each way.

H3 Over Columbus & Western railroad, double daily.

a Over Columbus & Rome railroad, one each way.

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No mail by river.

$ STAR SERVICE. Lumpkin, Cussetta. Green Hill, Richland, Bladen

Creek, daily leaving 5 p. m. and arriving 6 p. m. same

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Eh Florence, Union, Jamestown, Hannahatchee, Cot
P tage Mills, Venus, Orletta, Oswitchee, Waverly Hall,

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Ellerslie, Shiloh, Hanna, Mulville, Hollacka, Thad, leaves Tuesdays and Fridays 5 a. m., arrives Mondays

and Thursdays and is closed at 9 p. m. same days.

GQ Whitesville, Mountain Hill. Mulberry Grove, Don,

P Hargett, leaves Wednesdays and Fridays, closes

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11:30 a. m. Crawford, Ala., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays

at 5 a. m., closes 9:30 p. m. previous day.

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Judicial District and County Oflicers.

oP Chattahoochee Circuit, composed of Harris, Mus cogee/ Talbot, Chattahoochee, Marion and Taylor,

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November. James T. Willis, Judge.

O Solicitor-General, Thomas W. Grimes.

H Official Reporter, G. G. Tigner.

Clerk, Geo. Y. Pond.

H Deputy Clerk, W. E. Pond.

& Sheriff, J. G. Burrus.

W Senator, Thos. DeWolf, Box Spring.

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aRepresentatives, L. F. Garrard, W. A. Little. UALITY, WOIlKMAXSIin* and FIT
GUARANTEED UNEQUALLED
In the CLOTHING sold by H. J. Thornton.

3 BIT, BOYS and CHILDBEIT
Buy your Clothing and Hats of H. 1. Thornton,

DIRECTORY.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
Ordinary, F. M. Brooks.

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Treasurer, Tim Markham.

Tax Collector, D. A. Andrews.

Tax Receiver--J. C. Reedy.

Surveyor--John E. Lamar.

Coroner--J. T. Brooks.

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Commissioners--L. F. Garrard, J. A. Frazer, J. H.

Bass.

Justices and Notaries of Muscogee County.

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p 773 G. M. (Upper Town)--N. L. Redd, J. P.; M. C.
Wooten, N. P. and ex officio J. P.

668 G. M. (Lower Town)--T. F. Ridenhour, J. P.;

Michael Cahey, N. P. and ex officio J. P.

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772 G. M. (Columbus P. O.)--N. E. Miller, J. P.; T.

C. Rees. N. P. and ex officio J. P.

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774 G. M. (Columbus P. O.)--W. A. Cobb, J. P. and

ex officio J. P. 1128 G. M. (Columbus P. O.)--M. L Phelts, J.
S. M. Parsons, N. P. and ex officio J. P.

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921 G. M. (Columbus P. 0.)--J. H. Brooks, N. P.

and ex officio J. P.

$ 675 G. M. (Upatoie P. 0.)--John F. Boyd, N. P. and
ex officio J. P.

City Governnunt.

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0) Council Chamber and offices county court house,
between Crawford and Thomas, Oglethorpe and

Jackson.

OFFICERS.

Mayor--Cliff B. Grimes Marshal--John W. Bowen.
Clerk--M. M. Moore. Treasurer--John M. Barnett. Clerk and market and magazine kee'per--Daniel
McArthur. City Attorney--Henry R. Goatchius. City Engineer--B. H. Hudson. City Physician--Dr. S. N. Jordan. Wharf Master--N. L. Redd Hospital Keeper--Mrs. Catherine Anderson.
Sexton--A. Odom.

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directory. BOARD OF ALDERMEN.

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First Ward--E. S. McEachern, G. Gunby Jordan. Second Ward-James B. Allen, J. A. Shingleur.

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Third Ward--D. P. Dozier, W. H. Brannon.

Fourth Ward--Frank McArdle. Wm. J. Watt.

is Fifth Ward--L. G. Schuessler, N.N. Curtis.

ae ;s Sixth Ward--G. W. Dillingham, E. Sims Banks.

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POLICE FORCE.
First Lieutenant--James A. Roberts.

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Second Lieutenant--W. Zeno Pickett. Privates--J. H. Palmer, J. F. McDaniel, B. L. John

So or son B W. Green, J. W. Tice, William P. Duncan,

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William Burrus, C. E. Ryckerly, John C. Ellison, Thomas Grier, W. L. Robinson, Daniel Duncan.



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Elections.

3 . For Mayor every two years on second Saturday in

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^Six Aldermen are elected at same time each yeai. Clerk, Marshal and Sexton elected same time as

Mayor. All other officers elected by Board.

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Ward Boundaries.

First Ward--All that portion of city above Frankco:r:
HlSecond'Ward-That portion of city lying between

Franklin and Randolph.

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c3 Third Ward--That portion of city lying between

O ft Randolph and St. Clair streets.

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Fourth Ward--That portion of the city lying be

tween St. Clair and Thomas streets. ... . Fifth Ward--That portion of the city lying be

tween Thomas and Few streets.

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Sixth Ward--That portion of city lying south oi

Few street.
STREETS RUNNING NORTH AND SOUTH.

Broad, central or principal street. Bay, intersecting Short, between St. Clair and
Crawford, running to Randolph. Broad, 2d full street from river.
; Chappell, from Jackson to Troup, between Baldwin

! and Few. | Forsyth, 4th east of Broad.

Y, >**
ine Suits for Weddings and Business,
MADE BY H. J. THORNTON.
DIRECTORY.
Front, between Broad and River. Jackson. 2d east of Broad. McIntosh, 5th east of Broad. Mercer, 6th east of Broad. Oglethorpe, 1st east of Broad. Short, 1st east of river, from Balding intersecting Bay between St. Clair and Crawford. Troup, 3d cast of Broad. Warren (triangle), intersecting Oglethorpe between Lee and Franklin, running diagonally to and inter secting Broad between Franklin and Bryan. First avenue, 7th east,of Broad. Second avenue, 8th east ot Broad. Third avenue, 9th east of Broad. Fourth avenue, 10th east of Broad.
STREETS RUNNING EAST AND WEST (FROM RIVER OUT.)
[Note.--Crawford is considered the dividing line of City North and South.]
Baldwin, 2d south of Crawford. Bryan, 3d north of Crawford. Carnes, 8th south of Crawford. Church, from Jackson to Troup, bet. Randolph and St. Clair. Cemetery, east from termination of Mercer. Covington, 6th south of Crawford.
Crawford, dividing line north and south through
city. Dawson, 9th south of Crawford. Dillingham, from Broad to River, bet. Crawford and
Thomas. Early, 4th south of Crawford. Few, 3d south of Crawdord. Franklin, 4th north of Crawford. Fulton, 5th south of Crawford. Goulding, 7th south of Crawford. Lee, 5th north of Crawford. Northern Liberties suburb, north
Woolfolk.
JOB PRINTINGS
arirst Class and.

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OWNERS OF WATER POWER ATTENTION I

P My Turbine Wheel is the best in the world. Why? Because it is Simple, Durable, Effective and Economical, and I sell it at half the price

j of other good wheels. You take no risk : I warrant every wheel and take no m -ney until purchaser i satisfied. Note carefully that on receipt of a

description of your power and machinery to he used, I will make an offer to furnish wheel or wheels and machinery needed and send an experienced

millwright to put the machinery in operation, and collect for the same when my guarantee is fu'fille i and not before. Heretofore the expense of

improving water power has been so great as to deter many from the undertaking. My prices being less than one-half those of any other good wheel

I places it in reach of all, and with my unquestionable guarantee no man now owning water-power can afford ?o miss this golden opportunity to improve

j the same. Write me and I will mail you Catalogue giving full particulars.

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39 & 41 West Alabama St., ATLANTA, GA.

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NOTE --To give an idea of the power and cheapness of my wheel, I have compiled the
following table which contains as follows: The first horizontal line denotes the size of wheels. The bottom horizontal line contains the price of size wheel above it in first line. 1 he

left hand perpendicular column contains head of water from 5 to 15 feet, and the num

ws

bers opposite these figures indicate the horse-power of each wheel in their respective col 0^3 9 *"*

umns. This table is guaranteed to be accurate in every particular.

Price.

15 In. 18 In. 21 In
11 0i..10> 1: 3 o2
10.9 2.0 18.5

In. 27 In. 30 In. 3.1 In. 36 In. 42 In. 48 In. 60 In. 76 9.2 10.9 14.8 22.7 40.6 30.1 12.1 14.4 19.6 29.9 43.0
10 4 12.6 15.2 18.1 23 2 37.7 67 3 12.7 15 4 18.6 22 0 30.9 46.1 82.2
18 3 22.2 28.9 37.5 54 9 93.1
13.0 17.8 21.5 26.1 31,0 44.8 64.4 115.1
15.7 20.5 2-1.5 30.1 35.7 52.5 74.2 132.6 17.8 23.3 28.3 34.2 40.7 60.9 84.6 151 0 20.1 26. i 31 9 38.6 45.3 70. L 9 .4 171.1 22.0 vn.4 35.6 43.1 51.4 80.1 106 5 19-0.4 25.1 32 0 39.2 47.9 57.9 89.8 118.2 207.5
110 $123 $M0 $105 $210 $263 j $400

72 In.

58.5 76.9 97.3 118.4 141.4 164.6 1S9 8 216 2 214 0 272 6 302.3
550

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YOU Can Buy the Finest Make of HATS at H. J. Thornton's.
DIRECTORY.
Randolph, 2d north of Crawford. St. Clair, 1st north of Crawford. Thomas, 1st south of Crawford. Washington, 6th north of Crawford. Woolfolk, 7th north of Crawford.
Columbus Fire Department.
Chief--William H. Brannon. First Assistant--H. L. Woodruff. Second Assistant--Geo. K. Burrus. Secretary--George R. Flournoy. Columbus Steam Fire Co. No. 1.--Engine house, Warren and Broad. Young America Steam Fire Co. No. 5.--Engine house, Crawford and Broad. Rescue Hook and Ladder Co.--House, Crawford, near Oglethorpe. Stonewall Extinguisher Co. (chemical)--With Hook and Ladder Co. Young America Llose Co.--With No. 5 steamer. Washington No. 2 (col'd), hand engine--House, St. Clair and Front. Champion No. 6 (col'd), hand engine--With Wash ington.
Location of Important Points.
BUILDINGS.
Eagle and Pcenix Mills, between Front, Randolph, Franklin and Chattahoochee river.
Carter's building, es McIntosh, near Franklin. Jones building, Oglethorpe, between Bryan and Randolph. Georgia Home building, corner St. Clair and Broad. Webster building, corner Crawford and Broad. Gunby building, St. Clair, between Broad and Front. Rescue Hook and Ladder Company, Crawford, next opera house. Springer Opera House, northeast corner Oglethorpe and Crawford. Columbus Engine Company, No. 1, Broad, between Bryan and Franklin.

GOLDEN'S COTTON SCREW Best and Cheapest in the Market. Mamtycturod Golden Bros.

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DIRECTORY.

\CND DOR CATA L OGUCS

Young America Fire Company, No. 5, Crawfora

anNo21 Engine'House (col.). St. Ciair and Front.

bridges.
Mobile and Girard, out of Thomas,crossing between

Thomas and Baldwin.

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Western Railroad, between Wool folk and W aJi

ington. Girard bridge, foot of Dillingham street.

Brownville and Lively bridge, foot of Franklin.

CHURCHES.

Missionary Baptist, Brownville.

Missionary Baptist, Girard.

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First Baptist, between Randolph, Church, uoup

and Jackson.

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Holy Catholic, southwest corner Randolph ana

^E^iscopal, ws Oglethorpe, between Randolph and
St. Clair. M. E. Church South, Girard. M. E. Church South, Brownville. Broad-Street M. E., ws Broad near Bryan. St. Paul's M. E., Bryan, between I roup and F orsyth. St. Luke's M. E., between Church, St. Clair, Jack-

First Presbyterian, corner St. Clair and Oglethorpe. Congregation B'Nai Israel, between Jackson ano.

Forsyth.

Depots.

Columbus & Rome railroad, between Woolfolk,

^Washington, Oglethorpe and Jackson.

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Union depot, Randolph, between Mercer and Fir^i

Mobile & Girard [City] on Broad and Thomas.

CAf^E MILLS to, Run by Steam or Florae Power. Manufactured Golden Broi

EIT, SOYS and GmXJDRElT
Buy your Clothing and Hats of H. J. Thornton,

DIRECTORY.

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HOTELS.

Rankin House, corner Broad and Crawford. Perry House, n corner Bryan and Oglethorpe. Brown House, corner Crawford and Broad.

HALLS. I. 0. O. F., Oglethorpe, between Crawford and St.

SCHOOLS.
Columbus Female College, southeast corner Troup
.and Lee. St. Joseph's Academy, southeast corner Troup and
Randolph. < Trinity High School, in M. E. Church, Brownville. Male Public School, northeast corner Crawford and

and Forsyth. Public School, in Masonic Hall, Brownville.

MISCELLANEOUS.
Bell tower (fire), Broad and St. Clair. Cemetery (white), bounded south by Cemetery street, west by termination of Mercer and McIntosh. Cemetery (col.), between Goulding, Fulton, First
and Fourth avenues. Carders' Hall and Library, Brownville, near M. L.

Church. City Hall and Council Chamber, m Court House.
City prison, basement Court House. Confederate monument, center of Broad, between

Baldwin and Few. Court House, between Crawfotd, Thomas, Ogle

thorpe and Jackson. County jail, ss Crawford, near Mercer. Female Orphan Asylum, corner Mercer and Frank

lin. Gas Works, between Short, Crawford, Thomas and

Chattahoochee.

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HN S, STEWART/i Railroad, Steamboat and Com- snercial Printing at short notice.

JOB PRINTER. ))

COLUMBUS, GA.

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DIRECTORY._

OE. BATTLE,

Attorney at Law,

CRiVNE'S COH.NER,

G. 31. KZE'SrS.
DEALER IN

Of Every X>e^cr*iT>tion.
FINE LIQUORS, ETC.
Under Veranda Hotel, Columbus, Ga.__

W. p. Tigner, D.D.S.

G. W. McElhaney, D.D.S.

TIGNER & McELHA'

35E Randolph. Street, COLUMBUS, - - GEORGIA.
Cleaner and Renovator,
Up-stairs, corner Randolph and Oglethorpe Sts., COLUMBUS. GEORGIA.
Cleaning and Repairing of Every Description Promptly Done..

DIRECTORY.
Market House, Oglethorpe, bet. Crawford and St.
Clair. Mayor's Office, 79-i Broad. Park, bounded by First avenue, Cemetery, Frank
lin to limits. Pest House, foot of McIntosh and Forsyth, on rive
bank. Post-Office, corner Randolph and Oglethorpe. Race Course, south of colored cemetery. Southern Express Co., west side Broad, 7 house
north of Randolph. Steamboat Landing, bet. Thomas and Baldwin. Western Union Telegraph Office, Georgia Horn
Building. City Institutions.

Columbus Public Library, chartered May, 1880;
located in Webster building. President-- Henry R. Goetchius. Vice-Presidents--L. Meyer, Joel A V alker.
Secretary--'I'. M. Foley. Treasurer--Cliff B Grimes. Librarian--James G. Moon. Assistant Librarian--E. K. Cargill. Hours--8 a.m. to 1 p.m ; 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.; 7:30 p.m.
to 10 p.m ; Sunday, 2 p.k to 6 p.m.

churches.

First Presbyterian Church, corner St. Clair, and .

Oglethorpe streets; Rev. William A. Carter, pastor. fjj

Catholic Church, sw corner Oglethorpe and For-

syth ; Rev. J. Kirsch. pastor.

Congregation B'nai Israel, Crawford, bet Jackson Jjj

and Forsyth.

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First Baptis" Church, corner Randolph and Troup;

Rev. S. M. Province, pastor.

Brownvilie Brptist Church, Rev. Hillman, pastor. - n

Girard Baptist Church, Rev. G. D. Benton, pastor.

St. Luke's M. E. Church, corner St. Clair and Jack-

son ; Rev. J. Walker, pastor.

St. Paul's M. E Church, Bryan, bet Troup and M

Forsyth ; Rev. A. Mann, pastor.

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DIRECTORY.

L. l. Cowdery.

ESTABLISHED 1844.

L. L- Cowdery, Jr.

l l mmmi & go,,

Importers of and Dealers in

CHINA,CROCKERY, GLASSWARE

FANCY eOQDS, ETC.
ISTo. 120 Broad St.. COBB Ml BTJ S. G- A .

Patent Metalic Burial Cases and Caskets, Cloth Covered Caskets, Rosewood Cases and Caskets.
Ladies', Gents, and Childrens' Burial Eobes a specialty. Any thing in our line will be prompt!}- attended to. 155. Broad St. Opp. Rankin House.
N. B.--Open day and night. COLEMAN & TOl'.BETT.
etrnade tagon 1 ifepmr

|f.@"New Work make to order Promptly.

Patent Wheels Repaired and made as good as new.

Also prepared for Shoeing Horses.

Brices Reasonable,

fjgrThose who desire good work, will please call at this

Shop, Near the Centennial Store, Oglethorpe St., Columbus,

Georgia.

' J - T. CLAYTON.

Girard M. E. Church, Rev. F. H. Wardlaw, pastor. Broad Street M. E. Church, Broad near Bryan ,

Rev. J. J. Ansley, pastor.

wardlaw

Brownyille M. E. Church, Rev. 1. H. Wardian,

P Trhiitv Episcopal Church, Oglethorpe between Randolph and St. Clair; Rev. W. C. Hunter, rector.
Trinity Chapel, Northern Liberties, Rev. W. C.

Hunter, rector.

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Y. M. C. A. have an organization.

COLORED CHURCHES.

Shady Grove Baptist, Northern Liberties. First'Baptist Church, St. Clair, between Meicei

and First avenue.

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St. Mark's Chapel, se corner Jackson and Early.

St. John's M. E. Church, McIntosh, near \\ ash-

ington. Northern Methodist, corner Few' and Mercer. Zion M. E. Church, McIntosh, between Washing

ton and Few.

Societies.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Stonewall Lodge No. 25. Meets Thursday evenings at Odd Fello'w's Hall. H. W. Woodruff; C. C. I. Zacharias, K. of R. and S.

pigpen ? Without pain ordeteution from business. Cure Guaranteed. All communications strictly confidential.
vUilCU i For pamphlets and certificates, address Goo. A. Bradford, L.P., DruggiBtand Pharmacist, Columbus, Ga.

ALL STYLES Of Children's 1 Boys' Hats 1 Caps at H. J. Thornton's-

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DIRECTORY.

ODD FELLOWS.

Muscogee Lodge No. 6. Meets at own hall Monday evenings. J. D. McPhail, N. G.; Giles T. Williams,
Secretary. Encampment--Chattahoochee No. 4. Meets second
and fourth Friday evenings. F. F. Sharp, C. P.; L. G. Schuessler, Scribe.

MASONIC.

Columbian Lodge No. 7. F. A. M. Meets 3d Tues day evenings at Masonic Hall. T. J. S. Ivimbrough,
W. M.; L. Myer, Secretary. Mount Hermon Lodge No. 304 F. A. M. Meets
4th Tuesday evenings at Masonic Hall. J. K. Orr,.
W. M.; G. H. Waddell, Secretary. Wilson William's Lodge No. 351 F. A. M., (Brown-
ville). Meets 2d Tuesday evenings. M, T. Linn,
Secretary. Darley Chapter No. 7, R. A. M. Meet 1st Friday
evening at Masonic Hall. Hiram Middlebrook, E. C.
M. M. Moore, Rec. Hope Council No. 4, R. & S. M. Meet 3d Saturday evenings at Masonic Hall.
H. Middlebrook, T. I. M.
M. M. Moore, Rec. St. Aldemar Commandery, No. 3, Iv. T. Meet 2d Tuesday evening at Masonic Hall.
Hiram Middlebrook, E. C.
M. M. Moore, Rec.

ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN.

Columbus Lodge, No. 7. Meet Wednesday even

ings at Masonic Hall.

J. M. Frazer, M. W.

Louis Wells, Rec.

KNIGHTS OF HONOR.

Columbus Lodge, No. 631. Meet 2d and 4th Mon day evenings at Masonic Hall
James IL Allen, Die.. M. M. Moore, Secretary.

HOLDEN'S COTTON SCREW Best and Cheapest in the Market.

DIRECTORY.

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DENTIST!

OVER COLUMBUS BANK.
J*TA11 Diseases of the Mouth and Teeth treated in the Best Manner.

KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR.

Friend Lodge, No. 282. Meet Monday evenings at

Masonic Hall.

S. H. Bartlett, Protector.

M. M. Moore, Secretary.

ROYAL ARCANUM.

Columbus Council, No 714- Meet 1st and 3d Mon days evenings at Masonic Fall.
L. G. Schuessler, Reg. L. Meyer, Secretary.

KNIGHTS GOLDEN RULE.

Castle Columbus, No. 31. Meet 2d and 4th Friday

evenings at Masonic Hall.

A. A. Dozier, Com.

Giles T. Williams, Secretary.

Y. P. F. A.

Youth's Protective & Friendly Association, Brown-
ville. H. Sellman, Jr., P. S. W. C. and Treas.
R. Posey, G. W. C. W. Cadenhead, V. G. M. L. Worrell, Chaplain. H. L. Futch, Secretary.

I. O. G. T.

East Alabama Lodge, No. 116 (Brownville). Meets each Friday night at Carders Hall.
U. PI. Smith, W. C. T.
CMiss Fannie Freeman, W. V. T.__ OLLARS,CUFFS, HANDKERCHIEFS, SUSPENDERS, SOCKS and UNDERWEAR in large variety at H. J. Thornton's

Golden BrOS.

36_DIRECTORY.

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TOOMBS CRAWFORD,

Real Estate Agsat d Broker,

P*. O. Box 331. 59% Broad St..

THE UP-TOWN BOOT i SHOE STORE.

L. R. EDGE.

C. J. EDGE.

EDGE & BRO.,

Have always on hand at IVo 4S S5ROA2? S'! StEE T, a full and complete line of

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GOOD QUALITY! LOW PRICES I
Also at Mo. 46 BROAD STREET, next door to their
SHOE `STORE, a large and well-selected Stock of

tGtEy I EhH|ily trtocetie^

ASB Wls&ETAf!! SCfS%1IS.

All are invited to call and examine our Stocks. We give

satisfaction.

Respectfully,

EDGE & BRO.

LOUIS F, GARRARD,

ATTORNEY AT LAW,

67>._i Broad St., Corner Randolph and Broad,

QQZWSSBVS, >**

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CIN GEARING, Good and Substantial

- - p aHUflO^TOfi Sells the Hra JBT $1.00 Shirt Made

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J. A. Albright, P-W.C'. T.

H. Sellman, Jr., W. M.

E. J. Allen, W. Chap.

H. Baird, AV. Sect'y.

J. Rogers, W. Finan. Sec ty.

Miss Bella McGacken, W . Treas.

Abba Worrell, Dep. M.

A. N. Elliott, I. G.

H. Prince, 0. G.

Miss Lucy 0. Ely, R. H. S. Miss Emma Hutchinson, L. H. to.

James Hutchinson, Ass;t Sec,

T. McElvy, Lodge Deputy.

Jesse Blakely, Guide.



Columbus Lodge, No. 77,1. 0. B. B.-L Lontha , President - II. Straus, Vice-President J. Zach arias,

Secretary ; C. Salomon, Treasurer. Meets Is- and od

Sundays in each month at Masonic Hall.

Brass Band

Brownville, Ala., Organized October 20th, 1883.

H. Sellman, Jr., General Manager.

Prof. Frank Priddy, Teacher. (

J. Priddy, E. Flat.

H, Sellman, Jr. E FJ,at.

F. Priddy, B Flat.

C. Kinnett, B Flat.

W. Priddy, Tenor. J. Blakeltey, Trombone.

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J. Hutchinson, Claironet.

V. Hall, B Bass. J. Bishop, Bass Drum. T. Summersgill, Snare Drum.
Athletic Club.
Brownville, Ala. Meets Thursday

nights.

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Sellman, Jr., John Davidson, Managers; H. Baird, fw

T Summersgill, C. Kinnett, M. Worrell, J. Hutchin- <

J OHN S, STEWART__CARm ATnuiDT LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, etc., at aaort Notice.

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STEAM POWER PRINTER columbus, GA.

PATENT HOT POLISHED SHAFTING *^g.iP.E?',,T.?f2 Alderman Mrs. Mary, wid, res Mrs. E. Gordnell
Alford L. E., watchmkr Wittich & Kinsel, res

Mrs.

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M. A. Sammis

Alford P. J. Mrs., res Mrs. M. A. Sammis

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J OHN S. STEWART-JOB PRINTING 'a OF ALL KINDS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY. 38 Randolph Street, - - Columbus, Georgia.

Of Children's 1 Boys' Hats 1 Caps at H. J. Thornton s

directory. White Department.

AAllffoorrdd MMiissss CA.dMel;i,nere, S wJ'vks^EL^aannda Pi^n milT,s, res Mrs.

*ltedMrsAofardissa, .id. res Brownville

O Allday F. J..

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Allday I. F., res F. J- AUdaj

Allday L J., res F. J. Allday

Baldwin

Alls Joseph, rei ws Oglethorpe, 6 n

Allen Miss Lucinda, res George W^Alle G

a> Allen Miss Georgia, wks E. and 1. malls, res oe g

W. Allen

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s Allen Miss Janie, res George W Allen

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coc Allen GeorgeC\v.?ivkS Muscogee oil mill, ws Ogled*

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Allen r'HMof Allen & Buce, genl mdse, res Lively

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lnS."columbus female college,


ctf

AilenTl carpenter, rg 63 OglethorrErownv.Ue

(oX) li"BHJn"cenSksiWes, bds Mrs. Kilw

Ml aCdtiab, Central stables bds Central hotel

as cs>

illTM ^^"Ss^Franhlin and Front

Allen William, wks n LlberTtl.ehBpTtieg

Allen R. P-, shoemkr res * liberties

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Allen Mrs. E, res ns Franklin 1 h e Lroaa Allen Benj., wks city mills, res n Eiberti

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Allen Miss, res 51 Baldwin Allen Mrs., res 51 Baldwin

Allen Miss, res 51 Baldwin

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UJ AAlllleenn LM. iLss.,MM.,cAdrredslesm&kJrornefs;^hTohm omaa^s, 2 h e Front

S Allen Henry, bds Mrs. M- A Kilpatncx

Allen Miss Bell, res A. M. Allen

CAME MULLS to Run by Steam or Horse Power. Manu^?tlu'eI Golden BlCS<

S3ST, BOTS and CUELBIIBIT
Buy your Clothing and Hats of H. J. Thornton,

DIRECTORY.

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White Department.
Allen Miss Annie, res A. M Allen Allen A. M., planter, res 53 Troup^ Allen Sarah, res cor Jackson and Early Allison Miss Willie, wks E. and P. mills, res ns Wool-
folk, 5 h w Jackson Allums J. S., gardner Hatcher & Brannon, res Rose

Hill Amos W. M., res Wynn ton Amos W. M.f lumber yard, res ws Jackson, Ins
Franklin Amos J. M., wagon mfgr, res YCynnton Amyet W. D., groceries, se cor Oalethorpe and Lee
Amyet W. O., student, res W. D, Amyet Ainslie C. H., collector, bds Mrs. E. A. Clark Andrews D. A., tax collector Muscogee county, office

Ga. Home bldg

Andrews Miss Lyda, res J. C. Andrews

Andrews J. C.. elk E. M. Johnson, res 31 Troup

Andrews Mrs. V., res Mrs M. J. Barshall

Andrews B., res Mrs. M. J. Barshall.

Anderson Samuel, wks bagging factory, res Girard.

Anderson Miss Josephine, res 13 Oglethorpe.

Ansley J. J., pastor Broad St M E Church, bds C. 11.

Herring.

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Appier J. E,, bkkpr FI. J. Thornton, res Linwood.

Archer William, brickmason, res Mrs, Nancy Howell.

Armstrong Mrs. C-, res Robt. Giles.

Arnold J. W., res es Jackson, next high school.

Arnold J. D., res J. W. Arnold.

Asher Milton, wheelwright, res Brownville.

Askew Macks, wks Willingham & Co

Ataway Mrs. Jane, wid, res se cor Earley and lew.

Averett E. M., groceries, res cor Troup and Franklin

BAyers Miss Emma, res Mrs. B. Murphy ABBIT Wintrop, wks E. and P. mills, res Charles

Rowe Babbit Frank, elk, res ws Jackson, 5 h s Washington
Babbit Miss Adeline, res Mrs. E. Little Backus Mrs II. A., res J. B. Holst Backus Miss E. W., res Mrs. Lambert Spencer

THEPUBLIC Vote H. J. Thornton Ar biter of Fashions and Leader of Low Prices.

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Baden Miss F. V., res ws Kenedy Baden Miss Ealetah, res ws Kennedy Badkins Robert, butcher, res R. W. Ledsinger Bagley F. M., elk Rollin Jefferson, res es Jackson, `2 h

n High School

^. ,

Baird Hugh, wks Swift Mf'g Co., res John Baird

Baird John, res Brownville Bailey William, compositor Times, bds J. A. *~baw Bailey E. H., res Mrs. L. 0. Hopkins

Bailey P. L., res Brownville Baker J. A. C., pedler, res Brownville Baker E. Ii , elk J. W. Mullin, res Brownville
Baker Julia, servant W. D. Affleck Ballou Frank, wks Swift Mfg Co., res Lmwood Ballou Eugene, wks Swift Mfg Co., res Frank Ballou-
Ballou Miss Alice, res Frank Ballou Baldwin L. J., engineer M. & G. R. R , res ws Forsyth,

3 h n Thomas Baldwin William, wks No. 1 and E. P. mills, res Mrs.

Lizzie Baldwin

^

Baldwin Mrs. Lizzie, wid, res se cor Front and Craw

ford.

,,

Bamberger Max, stock boy J. Kyle A Co., res J. L.

Lyon Bambush Mrs. Martha, res Brownville Bambush Miss Mattie, wks E. and P, nulls, res Mrs.-

Martha Bambush Bambush Joseph, res Lively Bambush Miss Laura, res Mrs. Martha Bambush Bambush Charles, wks E. and P. mills, res Mrs.

Martha Bambush Banks, Dr. N. P. physician, res es Troup, o ti n-

Randolph Banks Thomas, painter, bds E M. Sweat
Banks Miss Pearl, res Dr. E. P. Banks Banks E. Simeon, res ss Fulton. 1 h e Tioup Banner L , elk A. Banner, res ws McIntosh, bet Ran

dolph and St. Clair

OLLARS,CUFFS, HANDKERCHIEFS, SUSPENDERS,, SOCKS and UNDERWEAR in large variety at II. J. Thornton's

ALLUMS COTTON SCREW

DIRECTORY.

47

White Department.

Banner Abe, dry goods, res ws McIntosh, 4 h n St.

Clair

Banner Louis, elk Abe Banner, res same

Bandenberg Mrs. Rosa, wid, res Mrs. S A. Blackmar

Barr Wm., elk Kern & Loeb, bds Dr Schley

Barr Adam, wks E. and P. mills, res tvs Oglethorpe,

1 h n Washington

Barr J. R., of Barr & Flanigan, res Girard

Barr J. W., res Adam Barr

Barr Joseph, res ss Washington, 1 h e Oglethorpe

Barr J K., butcher, res Rose Hill

Barr W. T., elk Kern & Loeb, bds Dr. Schley

Barr Hugh, wks E. and P. mills, lescor Bryan and

Front Barr John, wks No. 2 E. and P. mills, res Hugh Barr

U0

Barr Miss Eliza, res Hugh Barr Barr Miss Gertie, res J. R Barr

yc|

Barr Mrs. E. C., wid, res Joseph Barr

Barber Chipley, student, res James Barber

zR

Barber James, broker, res 32 Baldwin

2i,

Barbie Miss Dorcas, res Mrs. Martha Barbie Barbie Mrs Martha, wid, res Girard'

"a

Barden Miss Mattie, bds Mrs. Elizabeth Cook

Six

Barden Miss ii.'O, wks L. Rooney, res es Jackson, 3

cor Lee

*<0

Barden Evan, bds H. L. McGehee

oH

Barden Miss Eliza, bds H. L. McGehee

Barkwell Mrs. M. E., wid, res Lively

oO

Barkley Mrs. C. F., res Brownville

zo

Barker Miss Liza, res Mrs. W. Barker

Barker Mrs. M J, wid, res ws Troup, 2 h s R. II Barker G. M., wks E. and P. mills, res Mrs. M. J.

2bo

Barker Barker Mrs. W., wid, res Lively Barker John farmer, res John Jones

ti

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mu S. STEWART Eailroad, Steamboat' and Com mercial Printing at short notice.

JOB PRINTER

COLUMBUS, GA.

DIRECTORY._____

White Department.

d2

Barker Miss Mary, res Mrs. W. Barker George, res John Jones

Barker

Bargan M. T , of E. M. Walsh & Co., groceries 16, 18

and 20 Front st Barfield T. J., bds James Pridgen Barfield Mrs. Sarah, wid, res Brownville Barshall Mrs. M. J.. wid, res 4 Jackson Barshall Miss Fannie, res M. J- Barshall Barshall Miss Annie, res Mrs. M. J. Lar.hail
Barnard Miss L., res Mrs. M. \\ alker Barnard Miss Katie, res Mrs. M. Wn ker C, ^ Barnard Miss Sallie, res Mrs. M. Walker Barnes Charles, wks E. and P. mills, res Brownville
Barnes Miss Della, res William Barnes Barnes Frank, res William Barnes 5g Barnes Mrs. V , wid, res Charles Barnes -rP Zfj /> Barnes William, res Brownville o IT. Barnes Miss Emma, res H. J. Denson Barnes Miss Ellen, wks E. and P. mills, res Jesse

Baines Jesse wks E. and P. mills, res Brownville Barnes Jesse! Jr., wks E and P. mills, r Jesse Barnes Barnes Cinnamon, wks E and P. mills, res Brownville

Barnes P. Henry, res William Barnes
21 Barnes Miss Victoria, res William Barnes
O M Barrett J. M,, city treasurer, res A. Hlgea Barbee John, wks Muscogee mills, r cor Frankli

and Broad

r w -D,,ripp

Bartee Allen, wks E. and P. mills, res G, W Bartee

Bartee Miss Ida, wks E. and P mills, res GM. Bartee

Bartee G. W., wks E. and P. mills, res es Oglethorpe,

5 h n Lee



UM Barton Mrs. Ida, wid res Girard

Bartlett Walter, res D D Bartlett

13 Bartlett Prof. S. H,, principal boys' high school, res

cor Broad and Few

.

Bartlett D. D., res Brownville

Bass Robena Miss, res John H. Bass

Bass Miss Jennie, res John H. Bass

Bass S,, elk G. E. Thomas, bds Perry House

Bass Dr. A. C , physician, res John H. Bass

HANGERS, PULLEYS, COLLARS, ETC.

bTEVER BUY Clothings Hats or ^ Furnishing Goods J. Thornton's T n'rTnTiwnV^v'tl L1 ii n'We`.

DIRECTORY

49

White Department.

Bass John H., farmer, res 101 St. Clair Batastini Miss Rosa, res C. Batastini. Batastini Miss Mary, res C. Batastmi

Batastini Frank, student, res C- Batastini Batastini C., mer, res N Liberties Bates Miss M. V., res T. J. Bates Bates F. J., of Bates & Young, brick manufrs, res ,7

Oglethorpe

_ T,,,

Bates F. W., bkkpr M & M bank, res T. J. Bates

Bates George C., bill elk Lowell warehouse, res

Bates Bates Miss Belle, res T. J. Bates Batson Mrs. Sarah, wid, res se cor Franklin and

Front

Battle Miss Alice, res T W. Battle

,

Battle C. E , lawyer, res es Troup, bet Randolph and

St. Clair

Battle C , lawyer, res T. W. Battle

Battle Miss Annie, res Dr. T. W. Battle

_

Battle Dr. J. W., physician, res es Forsyth - ns

Randolph Battle Prof. Ii. W., bds Rankin House Battle N. W., asnt postmaster, bds Rankin Bouse _
Battle H. W., bkkpr Thomas Gilbert, bds Rankin

Battle Arthur J., elk J. Albert Kirven, bds Rankin

House

_ ...

Baugh Mary, res ws Warren, 2 h n Franklin

Baugh Annie, res Mary Baugh. Bausch John G, repair shop, res sw cor J roup and

Baldwin Bausch Miss Elnora. res John G- Bausch Bausch Miss Dora D.. r^s John J. Bausch Bausch Henry, wks John G. Bausch, res same
Bay Mrs. Marv, wid, res N Liberties Bayard Miss M. J., wks 2 E. & P. mills, res Thomas

Bayard .Bayard Mrs. C., wid, Lively___

EDDING- SUITS Made to ORDEj
Ann Hanstactlon Ouarantced By H. J. Tliornton, Merchant Tailor.

Golden Eros.

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16333 Broad Street,

COLUMBUS.

-

GEORGIA.

ESstEUDlistieci 1S71'

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Real Estate and Insurance Agent
1164 BROAD STREET, COLUMBUS. - GrEOROIA.
Home Fire Insurance Company, of New York. Guardian Fire Insurance Company, of London. Northern Fire Insurance Company, of London.
New York Lite Insurance Co.
^"Stocks, Bonds, and Real Estate handled on Com mission. No charge for advertising.__
^ ^ W. B.

^ ' ~ciL05.ee> :se:e=ti"oii.^o;
Canned and Shelf Goods, Crackers Ilaisins, Pickles, Sauces, Spices, Sugars, Coilees, Ham.
WE SELL AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAEST. S. S. Crawford, bet. Broad and Oglethorpe, Columbus, Ga.

GOLDEN'S COTTON SCREW Best and Cheapest in the Market.

T UU y||| Can Buv the Finest Make of HATS at H. J. Thornton's.
DIRECTORY.___ol
White Department.
Bayard Thomas, wks E. and P. mills, res cor Broad
and Bryan Beach C. E., bkkpr E. and P. mills, res 79 St. Clair Beach Miss Clara, res William Bead} Beach William, of William Beach & Co, hardware,
res sw cor McIntosh and Randolph Beach Miss Ida, res William Beach Beal M., meat, res N Liberties Beall Miss Florence, res Lively Beall H. G, elk J. Albert Kirven, res ne cor Front
and St. Clair Beard J. A., bar tender J. H. Edwards, bds Central
Hotel Bearden Robert, res James Seigers Bearden Miss E., res James Seigers Beasley J. F., res 112 Broad
Beck j. R , woodwork, res Brownville
Beck Miss Mary, res M. M. Beck Beck M. M., groceries, res rear junction Broad,
Franklin and Warren Beck J. Clemons, elk J. H. Hamilton, res cor Frank
lin and Warren Bedell J. W., elk W. R. Bedell, res same Bedell W. A., cotton buyer, bds C. A. Ethredge Bedell Miss Eloise, res I)r. Charles Bedell Bedell Willie, opr telephone exchange, res W. R
Bedell Bedell Dr Charles, res 24 Forsyth Bedell J. \V., elk W. R. Bedell, res same Bedell W. R , shoes, res 69 Jackson Beeland B. R., elk Dr. It. H. McCutcheon. res Brown
ville Bell Mrs. Georgia, wid. res ns Lee, 1 h n Oglethorpe
Bell Mrs. C , res Girard Bell Mrs. Martha, wid. res W. H. Lightfoot Bell Miss L. V., res Mrs. C. Bell Bell William, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Bell Miss Mary, wks E and P mills, res William Bell Bell II. G., elk Albert Kirven, bds Mrs. M. C. Lary Bell Samuel, elk George Pond, res Mrs. A. Palmer Belcher Madame Lizzie, res ws Oglethorpe, 3 h s r.r-
Bryan

Golden BrO

PI JOHN 8.8TKWART s^S.f!I!KR

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'DIRECTORY.

_

<

White Department.

g Benefield Miss Mollie, res Brownville Bennefield Mrs J., wid, res J. B. Copeland ft Benning Miss Tjj Benson H. L , yardmaster Central R. R. depot, res 1

BentleyMames, sampler, bdsE. S. McEarchem h Bentley Mrs Bettie, res es Oglethorpe, 7 h n 1 rank

& Bentley Laura, res Randall Ramsey Benton George, carpenter, res 14 McIntosh

M Benton Mrs, res George Benton

Eh Benton Laura, res George Benton

Benton J C, elk A. Simons

rio-Whnrne

< Benton Mrs ML. E,, seamstress, res 62 OgleUiorpe Bergan M. T , gen mdse, res 16, 18 and 20 I ront st

w Bergan Miss J. A., res M.T. Bergan

y

m Bergan T. XL. elk M. T. Bergan, bds Mrs. S. 1. \ en

Q Brand Mrs. Emma, wid, .k. E and P mills, res

W Brownville '

T,

W Berill Mrs. L. F., wid, res 109 Jackson

GQ Berry W. W., brick mnfr, res Girard

HH Berry Wilson, res 250 Broad

.

n rpq

Berry George 0., supt IV. W. Berry (brick yard), res

O Ph Berry'Thomas B, shipping clerk Columbus Iron

Works, bds B. A. Berry

_ ,,

oEh Berry B. A., groceries, res es Front, 2 h Bahh Berry M. 0., okkpr Garrett & bon, bds j>. A. Berrj

Berry Miss Annie A., res B. A. Berry

Best Mrs. Fannie, wid, seamstress, 49 Iront

Bethune Samuel, student, res A. J. Bethunc

Bethune Miss Beulah, res A. J. Bethune

H B J,,1 w Betz C- Lee, bkkpr Columbus mtg co, res Mrs L. Betz

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Sells the Best $1.00 Shirt Made

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and disp

36 Randolph Street,

White Department.

Betz Miss Alice R, saleslady J. J. Strupper, res Mrs. E. P. Betz
Betz Miss M., res Mrs. E. P. Betz
Betz Mrs. E. P., wid, res 32 Troup Betts Mrs. E , tailoress H. J. Thornton, res es McIn
tosh, bet Thomas and Baldwin Bilbro Miss Elizabeth, res Mrs. S. M. Bilbro

Bilbro Mrs. S. M., wid, res 47 Troup Billings Frank, wks Ga steam and gas pipe co, res

J. D. Billings Billings Miss Alice, res J. D. Billings
Billings J. D., tinner, res 16 Jackson Bird Miss Lula, wks Swift mfg co, res Peter Edgar
Birdson Mrs. N. S., res Mrs. M. B. Wells
Birdson Miss M. H., res Mrs. M B. Wells
Bishop John, res Mrs. E. J. Bishop Bishop David, wks E and P mills, res Frownville
Bishop Gabe, wksE and P mills, res es Oglethorpe, 3

h n Washington Bishop J. W., wks E and P mills, res F. M. Sharp
Bishop Miss Janie, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. E. J.

Bishop Bishop`Mrs. E J., wid, res Brownville Bishop Miss Pocahontas, wks E. and P. mills, res Mrs.

E. J. Bishop Bivins J. M., Jr , elk M. Joseph, res J M. Bivins Bivins James M., drummer Pioneer store, res lower

Broad Bivins J. M., carpenter res 247 Broad Bivins Georgia, res J. M. Bivins
Bivins Williams, wks Ga. plow co, res J. M. Bivins

Bize Miss Lula, res Daniel R. Bize Bize Daniel R , res 44 n Jackson Bize D. R., groceries, res ns Jackson, near Bryant
Bize C H., elk D. R. Bize, res same Blackburn Mrs. Wm., wid, res n Liberties . Blackman Mrs. E. R., wid, res Mrs. J. R. Blackman

J t A UHN I nilkl O PTEUIADT LETTER HEADS, BIIjL HEADS, Oi O Vs SC 6 CARDS, etc., atShort Notice.

STEAM

PftWER

PRINTER

36Randolph COLUMBUS,

St., GA.

GIN GEARING, Good and Substantial

YOUR UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS. RUBBER COATS AND HATS Or H. J. THORNTON.
DIRECTORY.
White Department..
jJ Blackman James, wks No. 1 E. and P. mills, res se cor
hQ] River and Crawford Blackman Mrs. I. R., wid, res Brownville Blackmar Dana, elk Georgia warehouse, res A. 0.
z Blackmar Blackmar John, of Jordan & Blackmar, insurance,
h res es Forsyth, 2 h n Franklin
P Blackmar Miss Elizabeth, res A. O. Blackmar
0 Blackmar A. O., cashier M. and M. bank, res es For syth, 2 h s Franklin
Blackmar Miss Lou, wks E. and P. mills, res 7 s Ogle
thorpe Blackmar Mrs. S. A., wid, res 46 Forsyth Blackwell William, res es Oglethorpe, 4 h n Woolfolk Blackwell R. H., res ws Mercer, 2 h n Lee Blake Miss Emma, bds Mrs. E. C. Slappey Blakeley A., wks E and P mills, res Mrs. M. F. Ely Blakeley George, wks E and P mills, res Girard Blakeley Miss Abbie, res Mrs. Sarah Blakeley Blakeley Mrs. Sarah, res Brownville Blakeley Miss Jessie, res Mrs. Sarah Blakeley Blain Miss Amy C., res J. C Blain Blain Miss M. D., res J C. Blain Blain J. C. steamboat builder, res 113 Jackson Blanchard Dr. M. D., physician, res cor St. Clair and
Oglethorpe Blanchard William R., of Blanchard & Booth, dry
goods, res McIntosh Blanchard T. W., elk Blanchard
PRICES GUARANTEED THE LOWEST On all Goods Sold by II. J. THORNTON.

COMPRESSION COUPLINGS for Shafting.

Fine Suits for Weddings and Business. MADE BY H. J. THORNTON.

DIRECTORY.

55

,

White Department.

Blascoer I., clothing, res es Troup, bet Thomas and

Baldwin

Blandford R. H., elk, res Wynnton

Blandford John, res Judge M. H. Blandford

Blandford Miss Lucy, res Judge M. H. Blandford

Blandford Miss Carrie, res Judge M. H. Blandford

Blankenship Miss Annie, res W. H. H. Blankenship

Blankenship, W. H. H.. grocer, res Wynnton

Blau E. J., tel opr, res E. W. Blau

Blau E. W., piano tuner, res Girard

Blau Charles, patternmkr, res E. W. Blau

Blood worth Miss Mary, wks Muscogee mills, res Wil

liam Nobles

Bloodworth Miss Fannie, wks Muscogee mills, res

William Nobles

Blow J. R , bkkpr M. Joseph, res 39 Troup

Bleyer Alfred, res Mrs. Mary Bleyer

Bleyer Miss Pauline, res Mrs. Mary Bleyer

Bleyer Mrs. Mary, wid, res Girard

Boardman J. H., elk F. J. McArdle, res same

Bodley H. J., wks Golden Bros., res Girard

Bodley James, blksmith, res cor Washington and

McIntosh

Boggs Joseph, res n Liberties

Boggs John, wks E and P mills, res Joseph Boggs

Boggs Miss Lizzie, wks E and P mills, res Barney

Boggs

Boggs Barney, wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Boggs William, wks E and P mills, res Barney Boggs

Boggs Miss Emma, wks Swift's, res Joseph Boggs

Boggs Miss Mary, wks E and P mills, res Joseph

Boggs

Boggs Miss Jane, wks E and P mills, res Joseph Boggs

Boland Miss Mattie, res Hamilton Boland

Boland Miss Fannie, res Hamilton Boland

Boland Hamilton, res Girard

Boland Grace Mrs., res es Troup nr Early

Boland Lee, res Mrs. Grace Boland

Golden Bros.

H. J. THORNTON GUARANTEES EVERY ARTICLE TO BE AS REPRESENTED.

5C

OR JOB PRINTING S T OIIN S. STEWART, THE

Fiist Class a-sio. jjj 0 9
XjO-vT ^5-e-u.ree,

-PRINTER,-n 3 6 Randolph St., Columbus, Gn.

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directory.

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White Department,

Booher Miss Susie, res D. L- Boolher

T-*.

Booher D. L., res cor BrTMV RJher

o

rO Booth MissHele'n.wks E and V

rCo5 Booth John E , of Blanchard & Booth, dry goons,.

res Thomas Chapman

.,

a o3 p

Booth L D.. wks E and P mills, res Lively Booth Miss Della, wks E and P mills, rej,Jm Booth Booth Miss Matilda, wks E and I mills, res J

p

Cw
5s

Boo* Miss Sallie, wks E and P mills, res James

Booth

Booth James, res Browuville _

Borin" G. W., mechanic, res Lively

Boring V. A., res G. W. Boring

Bostick Mrs Elizabeth, res N. Liberties

Bostick Andy, elk T. T. Edmonds y Barker BeHick Mrs M. L. wid, res Mrs. M. A. Harser Bostick James, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Elizabeth.

Bostick

ww !is fit' SW* res Mrs. Sarah

3D ,

BowlS Misk Elizabeth, res Mrs. Sarah Bowles Bowles A. G, trader, res ns Thomas, ^ h w

UD e

W BoweTjohn, city marshal, res Mrs & B^ Rnwen Mrs. E., wid, res es Forsyth, s limits Bowen Thomas, wks Central R. R shops, res Jackson,

CP Bowers"1Philip, cotton buyer res John Hamilton
W Bowers Miss J. J., res L. G. Lowers

Bowers

^

IrwmSanLl?a;Sr.bJ%er^eYtf^Sentral hotel

Boyce William, wks Willingham

Brooks Oliver, res Brownville Brooks J. H., gen mdse, res Wvnnton.

P3

Brooks Miss Josephine, res G. M. Williams

Ch

Broper J. B., engineer steamboat, res 279 Broad Brophy Mrs. Mary, wks No 1 E and P mills, res cor

Ot=r
CT>

River and Crawford Broughton Robert, res Mrs. M. E. Broughton
Broughton Mrs. B., wid, res Girard

-P1*

Brown S. P., with Interstate Directory Co, 32 s Broad

st, Atlanta

o

Brown Miss Sallie, wks Muscogee mills, res Mrs. N. A.
Brown Brown Miss Mary, wks Muscogee mills, res Mrs. N.

sC=D u t=t

A. Brown

bd

Brown Mrs. N. A., wid, res Lively Brown J. W., carpenter, res Lively

poa

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DIRECTORY.

WALTER E. DuBOSE,

-DEALER IN-

FAMILY A.ISTD FIAINTCY

LM. -A-isro
Country Produce,
JfjaSSOH ASSIES,
fWTP^PPJTOTJPFiW/*
WOODS DELIVERED FREE IN THE CITY.
91 Broad Street, - COLUMBUS, GA.

CHAS. P. SPRINGER,

UfiUl

DIRECTORY.

63

(l1lA)1UAUff

tMfUIDilECUnt

Without pain or detention from btt*h\es. Cura Guirantead. All communications strictly confidential-. For pamphlets and ourtifle.ates, address Go. A. Bradford, L.P., Draggiatand Pharmacist, Opiumbu, (i*.

White Department.
Brown Miss Lolo, wks Muscogee mills, res Mrs. N. A. Brown
Brown John, wks Col. Iron Wks, bds Mrs. M. A. Kil patrick
Brown John, res ws McIntosh, 2 h n St. Clair Brown Miss Sugar, wks No. 1 E and P mills, res Mrs.
Missouri Brown Brown Miss Jane, wks No. 2 E and P mills, res Mrs.
Missouri Brown Brown Mrs. Missouri, wid, res cor River and Crawford Brown William, compositor Times, bds J. A. Shaw Brown John W., res Brownville Brown James, wks E and P mills, res cor River and
Crawford Brown Calvin, carpenter, res ws Forsyth Brown E. O., propr Brown House, cor Crawford and
Broad Brown Pugh H., elk Brown House Brown G. R., elk Bolling Jefferson, bds Brown House Brown Mrs. Emma, res Mrs. E. Brown Brown Miss Matilda, res Mrs. E. Brown Brown Calvin, res Mrs. M. Saxon Brown Miss Gena, res Mrs. James Brown Brown James, bkkpr E and P warehouse, res es
Jackson Brown W. R., prest Col Iron works, res 202 Broad Brown George W., moulder Col. iron wks, res W. R.
Brown Brown Miss Carrie, res W. R. Brown Brown Miss M., res Jesse Brown Brown Jesse, res Lively Brown Miss Fannie, res J. B. Terrell
OHN S. STEWART-JOB PRSNTING OF ALL KINDS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY. 36 Randolph Street, - - Columbus, Georgia.

The p UBLIC Vote H. J. Thornton Ar biter of Fashions and Leader of Low Prices.

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Brown Miss Ida, bds J. M. King

Brown Mrs. Clara, wid, seamstress, res 43 Front

Brown Mrs. Ellen, wid, res W. B. Langdon

Brown E. O., elk Rollin Jefferson

Brown Gend, res James Brown

Brown Miss Mary, wks E and P mills, res cor Bryan

and Front

Brown Amanda, wks 2 E and P mills, res Mrs. Sarah

Brown

Brown Samanthea, wks 2 E and P mills, res Mrs.

Misouri Brown

Brown Mrs Sarah, wid, res cor River and Crawford

Brown John, res Mrs. Sarah Brown

Brown Georgia, wks 2 E and P mills, res Mrs. Sarah

Brown

Browne J. Rhodes, pres. nat. bank of Columbus, res

75 Jackson

Browne Miss C. M., teacher Columbus female college,

res same

Browne Miss Mary, res J Rhodes Browne

Bruce Henry, bkkpr E and P mills, res n end Broad

Bruce Miss Belle, dressmaker, res R C. McGehee

Brumbelow Sydney, res Mrs. S Brumbelow

Brumbelow Miss Ella, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. S.

Brumbelow

Brumbelow Miss Georgia, wks E and P mills, res Mrs.

8. Brumbelow

Brumbelow Mrs S., wid, res Brownville

Bryan Ed., blksmith, res n limits

Bryant Miss Ellen, res John Bryant

Bryant T. B , drayman, res T M Bryant

Bryant T. M., drayman, res 253 Broad

Bryant A. M , elk, res T. M. Bryant

Bryant Miss Annie, res John Bryant

Bryant Miss Nancy, wks No. 2 E and P mills, res

Mrs. E. Smith

Bryant Fannie, wks No. 2 E and P mills, res Mrs.

E. Smith

v!

Bryant John, watchman W R R, res cor Oglethorpe and River

Buce Miss Sallie, wks E and P mills, res John Buce

Can Buy the Finest Make of d

HATS at H.
DIRECTORY.

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65

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White Department.

Buce John, of Allen & Buce, genl mdse, res Lively

Buck Charles, res Mrs. C. Clay

,

Buckanan Mrs. Maria, wid, res Thomas Moorhead
Buehanan S W., machinist, res Brownville Buchannan J. F., carpenter, res Brownville Buchan nan Mrs. Matilda, wid, res 19 Forsyth

Boa

o Buchannan H., res ws Warren, 4 h s Franklin
Buckhannan Cicero, engineer WRR, res Brownville

d

Buebler Louis, of Louis Buehler & Co, wholesale

whisky, res 80 Broad

TT TM t> n a tr*

Bullard W. T., wks E and P mills, res H. R. Bullard M

Bullard Mrs E., wid, res N Liberties

ui

a Bullard Warner, wks E and P mills, res Brownville

w Bullard Dr. W. L., physician, bds 0. A. Blackmar

Bullard Miss Elizabeth, res Mrs. E Bullard Bullard II. R., lab, res Brownville

u

Bullock Mrs. Annie, res Benjamin Green

m

Bullock Miss Lucretia, res 0. C. Bullock
a Bullock Mrs. J. R., wid, res O. C. Bullock
> Bullock Sarah, seamstress, res ws Mercer, d h s

Few Bullock O. C., res cor Oglethorpe and Thomas
a Burke Marshall, lab, res Mrs Melvina Walker
Burke Talithe Mrs , wid'res Mrs Melvina \V alter

Burke J. W., peddler, re^ 64 Oglethorpe

Q

Burcur M., elk. bds Brown House

Burka Myer, elk M. M. Hirscb, bds Brown House

Burks Mrs. A., wid, res J. F. Howard

gH

Burgin T. H., genl mdse, bds Mrs. S. \ enable

pH

BurB

Burns George, elk C. P. Springer, res ns Thomas Burns Alexander, wks E and P mills res Brownville

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White Department.

Burns M. A., butcher stall, 18 market house, res

Oglethorpe

Burrus George J., elk C. P. Springer and manager

opera house, res ss Thomas, bet Broad and Ogle

thorpe

Burrus Mrs. M., wid res Brownville

Burrus Felix, elk Blanchard & Burrus, res J. G.

Burrus

Burrus L M , of Blanchard &, Burrus, warehouse, res

228 Broad

Burrus G. E., elk Thweatt & Snyder, res McIntosh,

bet Crawford and St. Clair

Burrus William, policeman, res 3 McIntosh

Burrus Miss Clara, res William Burrus

Burrus Henry, elk Blanchard & Burrus, res L. M.

Burrus

Burrus P. H., bill elk Blanchard Cogsbill E. Miss, tailoress II. J. Thornton, res Girard

Cogbinn Leonidas, wheelwright, res J. W. Cogbinn

b) Cogbinn J. W., mechanic, res Girard
Cohen Mrs Sarah, wid, res ws Troup, 5 h n Franklin

Cohen Louis, elk Kern & Loeb, res Mrs. Sarah Cohen Cohn W., clothing, res 124 Broad
Cole Wm., fruit dealer, res 6 Broad

0
H

Cole Char'es, rockmason, res G. W. Hawkins Cole Matilda, wks Muscogee mills, res Hood Cole

P

Cole Mrs L. A., wid, res Peter Riley

Cole Mrs. M., wid, res John C. Myers

fc

Cole Emma, wks Muscogee mills, res Hood Cole Cole Hood, lab, res cor Broad and Franklin

$

Cole John, wks No. 1, bds Mrs. L(. J. Deffly Cole Emma, wks Muscogee mills, res Hood Cole

CD

Cole Hood, lab, res cor Broad and Franklin

3

Cole Jane, servant O. C. Harrell

Ol

Collins Charles, mail agt M. & G. R. R., res Daniel Oy

Collins

o

PI

Collins John, res Brownville

Collins Miss Julia, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Ann

Collins Collins Miss

Lou,

wks E and P mills,

res

Mrs.

Ann

?H

Collins



Collins J. M., res Lively

A

2K TJALITY, WORKMANSHIP ami FIT

GUARANTEED unequalled
Q In the CLOTHING sold by H. J. Thornton.

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vnuy C CTCWARTi Railroad, Steamboat and Com-

|Unn Oi OlCW!ll l mercial Printing at short notice,

y JOB PRINTER. \

Columbus, ga._

GIN GEARING, Good and Substantial

70

_ DIRECTORY._

q'J?

White Department.

.Collins Miss Lucy, res Mrs. Eudoxie Collins
kM Collins Israel, lab, res N. Liberties Collins Mrs. Lucretia, wid, res N. Liberties
-ri Collins Mrs. Ann. wid, res Rev. F. Faggs z Collins James, wks E and P mills, bds Robert Walshs'jj Collins .Jackson, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Ann Col-

h lins 0 Collins Daniel, supt M. Joseph trunk factory, res

0 Girard Collins Miss Jessie, res Daniel Collins
Collins Miss Alice, res Daniel Collins Collins Mrs. Eudoxia, wid, res se cor McIntosh and

Baldwin Collins Daniel, machinist, res Girard
Collier Mary Miss, res L. M Collier Collier William, wks machine shops C. R. R- res L.

M. Collier Collier Isabella, res L. M. Collier
Collier L. M-, foreman blacksmith shop C. R. R, rea

25 Jackson Collier L. A., elk J. E. Cargill, res 27 Jackson Collee John, engineer M &.G II R, res 1G Forsyth Colzey E. F., bkkpr E and P mills, bds Mrs. C. Lary
Colder Miss Cappie, res Airs. C. F. Barkley Colvin Mrs. Mary, of Colvin & Donnelly, millinery,

res Atlanta Coleman B. F., Jr., carpenter, res Thomas G. Cole

man Coleman T. G., of Coleman & Torbett, undertakers,

res cor Front and Few Coleman B. F., res Prof. S. H. Bartlett Coleman Katie, res Thomas G. Coleman Cooper J. T., of Abbott & Cooper, res ws Troup, 2 h s

Crawford Cooper Isam, saloon, res 77 Crawlord Comack John, wks E and P mills, res Brownville
Comer Mrs. L. B., res Rose Hill Compton Miss Laura, res Mrs. Rebecca Compton

H.J.T HORNTON Sells the Best $1.00 Shirt Made

DIRECTORY.

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White Department.
Compton John, res Mrs. Rebecca Compton Compton Mrs. Rebecca, res Brownville Cone Mrs. Ann, wid res Brownville Conie Bob, bricklayer, bds Mrs. J. S. Haney Connallv 0. W , elk Sneed k Maxwell, res Linwood d. Connor Mrs. Martha, win. wks E. and P. mills, res
Mrs. T. Oswald Connor Martin, groceries, rs Dillingham, bet Front
and Bridge Connor Miss Ann, res Mrs. Mary Connor Connor Miss Mary, res J. H. Connor Connor Mrs. Mary, wid res N Liberties Connor Miss Tillie. res J. H. Connor Connor J. H,. of J H Connor k Co., genl tndse, res
Oglethorpe, nr Thomas Conway James, wks E and P mills, res Girard Conway Miss Nora, res J. H. Conway Conway H, res Brownville Conway Miss Mary res James Conway Conway J. H., drummer J. Kyle k Co., res ws Broad,
3 h n Covington Conti F., confectioner, 'res 41 Broad Cook Mrs. Susan, wid, res se cor Franklin and Front Cook Miss Maggie, res Mrs. Elizabeth Cook Cook Miss Gussie, res W. P. 0:Brien Cook Van, pressman Enquirer-Sun, res se cor Frank
lin and Front Cook Miss Minnie, res John Cook Cook Miss Effie, wks E and P mills, res Van Cook Cook John, wks PI and P mills, res se cor Franklin
and Front Cook Mrs. J. T., wid, res Mrs. M. A. Kilpatrick
iOLLARS,CUFFS, HANDKERCHIEFS, SUSPENDERS, SOCKS, and UNDERWEAR in large variety at H. ,T. Thornton's

78

DIRECTORY.

M. T. LYNN,

S. S. Broadnax Stx*eet. 3 I I. W. Bridge,

DEALER IN

OF ALL KINDS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS aDd TOBACCOS ALWAYS ON HAND

JK. SFECXiAIj.T'Sr.

R. H. England.

C. H. Herring.

A. G. Pryme.

Ojt Every Description.
Repairing done with neatness and dispatch by first-class mechanics at lowest prices for such work. All work guaran teed. Messrs. Herring and Pryme are both practical men in their respective branches.

GOLDEN'S COTTON SCREW Best and Cheapest in the Market.

H. J, THORNTON GUARANTEES EVERY ARTICLE TO BE AS REPRESENTED.

_

DIRECTORY.

79

White Department.

Cook Mrs. Sarah, res John Boyd

Cook J. C., elk John McGough & Co., res cor St. Clair and Front

Cook G. W., \^ks J.' M. Amos, res Wynnton

Cook Mrs. Elizabeth, boarding, res se cor Front and St. Clair

Cook Miss Rosa, student, res John Schnell

Cook Miss Mary, wks E. and P. mills, res J. W. Brown

Cook Miss Mary, res Mrs. Elizabeth Cook

Cooney J. E., second hand clothing, res 13 Crawford

Cooley Charles R., wks E and P mills, res John

Cooley

Cooley John, watchman J. VV. Woolfolk, res es Front, 5 h s Bryan

Cooley John W., wks E and P mills, res John Cooley

Cooley Miss Leah, res John Cooley

Cooper Miss Mollie, res William Bradley

Cooper J. T., ot Abbott & Cooper, groceries, res ns

Frank, bet Thomas and Crawford

Cooper William, machinist, res Brownville

Cooper Thomas, wks Willingham & Co

Cooper Nancy, servt George Flourney

Cooper John, wks Swift Mfg Co. res Brownville

Cooper Win., groceries, res Rose Hill

Cooper Mrs. T., res Mrs. Malinda Cooper

Cooper W. M., carpenter, res Brownville

Cooper G. T., carpenter, res W. M. Cooper

Cooper Miss Melissa, res Mrs. M. Cooper

Cooper Mrs Melinda, wid, res Brownville

Cooper Miss Willie, wks E. and P. mills, res W. M. Cooper

Cooper Miss Nancy, res W. A. Willis

Copeland J. B., wks E. and P. mills, res Brown ville

Corbit WeL-ie, wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Cordray G. W., wks Sample saw mills, res es McIn tosh, 3 h s Crawford

Golden Bros.

OR JOB PRINTING;:

First Claes sirrd.

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OHN S. STEWART, THE -PRINTER,-
36 Randolph 8t., Col umbiui, G.

SIRUP KETTLES, Shallow Pattern, Manufactured by Golden Bros.

AILSTYLES Of Children's 1 Boys' Hats 1 Caps at H. J, Thornton's-

80

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Corley John, wks E. and P. mills, bds H. C. Kelly

Cosen Mrs. Mary, wid, res cor River and Crawford

Cosen Lee, res Mrs. Mary Cosen

Cosen Thomas, wks No. 3 E and P. mills, res Mrs

Mary Cosen

Cosen West, res Mrs. Mary Cosen

Cosen Dolly, wks No. 3 E and P mills, res cor River

and Crawford

Cole Charles, lab, res Hood Cole

Cotton W. J., canvasser Wheeler & Wilson mfg co

Cotton J. W., grocer, es Troup, at railroad crossing

Couch Charles M., express messenger, res 256 Broad

Couch Charles M., frt elk So Ex Co, res s Broad

CoucIt E. J. Mrs., wid, res 256 Broad

Couch John H., express messenger, res 256 Broad

Coulter Henry, meat market, reH Girard

Coulter Pearce, butcher, res Girard Coulter Thomas, butcher Henry Coulter, res Brown-

ville Courtney H. E., of H. E. Courtney it Sons, tinware,

res Lively Courtney W. E., of H. E. Courtney it Sons, tinware,

res Lively Courtney Ed, of H. E. Courtney it Sons, tinners,

res Lively Courtney William, res H. E. Courtney

Cowdery Walter, elk Cowdery it Co, res L. L.

Cowdery Cowdery Lyman W., elk L. L. Cowdery it Co, res

same Cowdery L. L., Jr., of Cowdery' it Co., crockery, res L.

L. Cowdery Cowdery7 L L., of Cowdery & Co. crockery, res Rose

Hill Cowdery Miss Evelyn, res L. L. Cowdery

Cowdery Miss Lucy, res L. L. Cowdery

Cowdery Miss Mattie, res L. L. Cowdery

Cowes -. planter, bds Brown House__

J AUtHlfNcl Oi A OTI CcWUfAAnDTI LECTATERRDSH, eEtcA.,DaSt,SBhoILrtLNHotEicAeD. S, STEAM POWER PRINTER COLUMBUS1,Ph-St GA.

'ine Suits for Weddings and Business.

_MADE BY H. J. THQRNTQN._

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Cox Charles, mechanic, res Girard

Cox Miss Lucy, res J. J. Cox

Cox Miss Minnie, res J. J. Cox

Cox J. J., wks City mills, res cor Oglethorpe and R. R

Crabtree Mrs. Mary, wid, res Brownville

Crabtree Miss Alice, res Mrs. Mary Crabtree

Crane Robert 8., groceries, res ws Oglethorpe, 4

Early

Crane Miss Rosa, res W. H. Crane

Crane Samuel, res W. H. Crane

Crane Mrs. Ellen, wid, res Mrs. B. Murphy

Crane W. H., elk R. 8. Crane, res 106 Front

Craw W. A., elk J. L. Hogan, bds same

m

Crawford William, elk Gautier & Dowdell, bds R. M.

a Dowdell

so Crawford Mrs. S. C., wid, res Brownville

m Crawford Henry, merchant, bds Mrs. Rebecca Kelton

$ Crawford Miss Mary, elk F. Conti, res Brownville
Crawford Andrew, elk J. W. Woolfolk, res B. H.

Crawford Crawford Miss Bennie, res B. H. Crawford

H 0

Crawford Tol N., bds Frank Wilkins Crawford M. C., wks E. and P mills, res Brownville

d

Crawford Mrs. Nancy, wid, res ws Troup, 5 h n Lee

Crawford Miss 8allie, res M. C. Crawford Crawford B. H , lawyer, res ne cor Jackson

and

zbJ
2d

Bryan

qS

Crawford George, res Mrs. C. Crawford

Crenshaw R. S., elk Cantrell Bros., res T. A. Cantrell

Crew T. T., printer, res Brownville Crichton Mrs. M.. wid, res Mrs. S. A. Kelly

oon
-CO

Crichton Miss Lula, res Charles Crichton

oM

Crichton Miss Jessie, res Charles Crichton Crichton Thomas, baker, res Charles Crichton

o0

Crichton Miss Jessie, tailoress H. J. Thornton, res ss JO

Thomas, bet McIntosh and Troup

Crichton Miss Georgia, res Charles Crichton

25

Crichton Charles, baker, res ss Thomas, 2 h w McIn

tosh

Crawford H., groceries and saloon, res N Liberties u

Crogan Miss Mary, res Mrs. Bridget Crotan

0

BOIDEN'S COTTON SCREW Best and Cheapest in the Market. Manufactured Q0^en groSi

PRICES GUARANTEED THE LOWEST On all Goods Sold by H. J. THORISTTOIST.

82

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Crossman John, bds Thomas Chapman

Crosswell J. S. B., elk G. E. Thomas & Co , res- Mrs

Thomas Chapman

Crown Nathan, tinner, res 18 McIntosh

Crotan Mrs. Bridget, wid, res 43 Troup

Crow William, res John L. Hogan

Cropp Mrs. Hattie, wid, res Eugene Cranberry

Crouch J. H., student, res G. W. Crouch

Crouch G. W., of Gill & Crouch, groceries, res N

Liberties

Crouch Thomas, wks No. 1 E and P mills, res Mrs. T. E. Crouch

Crouch Miss F. E., res Mrs. F. E. Crouch

Crouch Mrs. F. E., res ne cor Woolfolk and Ogle

thorpe

Curlee M., engineer M & G R R, res ss Crawford, 2 h w Forsyth

CuIverson George, wks Muscogee mills, res Brownvilie

Culver A. J., grocer, res ne cor Early and Forsyth

Culpepper Miss Katie, wks Clegg mills, res Mary

Culpepper

Culpepper Miss Mary, res es Oglethorpe, 4 h n Wash ington

Culpepper D. W., machinist Muscogee mills, res es

Oglethorpe, 4 h s Lee

Culpepper J., wks ^ Broad

E and P mills,

res

ss

Bryan, 3

n. r

Culpepper .John, drayman, res Mrs. Mary Culpepper Curr.y Mrs M. A., res 16 McIntosh
Curry William, bkkpr, res Mrs. M. A. Curry Curry Miss Alice, res Mrs. M. A. Curry Curry George T., bkkpr James E. Cargill
Curran Miss Anna, saleslady M. H. Lee, res Mrs. Mary Curran
Curran Mrs. Mary, wid, groceries, res Crawtord, bet Broad and Front
Ourroway Alex, wks E and P mills, bds H. C. Kelly Curtis Walter, bkkpr Wells k Curtis, res N. N.
Curtis

Curtis W. W., bkkpr Wells & Curtis, res N. N. Curtis

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COMPRESSION COUPLINGS for Shafting. Manufactured Golden Jiros.

Y

Can Buy the Finest Make of
HATS at H. .T. Thornton's.

DIRECTORY.

83

White Department.

Curtis N. N., of Wells & Curtis, boots and shoes, res

sw cor Broad and Baldwin

Cushman Miss Beachie, res Mrs. J. S. Cushman

Cushman Miss Julia, res Mrs. J. S. Cushman

Cushman Charles, office boy John S. Stewart, res Mrs.

J. S. Cushman

Cushman Mrs. J. S., wid, res cor Randolph and Mc

Intosh

,

T\ALES Robert, wks Willingham & Co
Dana Mollie, servt John Albrecht Dana Leo, cashier Blanchard & Booth, bds Mrs. Bet-
tie Lyon Dana Emmett, compositor Enquirer-Sun, bds Mrs. E'.
A. Clark D'Antignac Mrs. L., res 9 s McIntosh Daniels Miss Julia, res N Liberties Daniel G. J., res ne cor McIntosh and Franklin Daniel Miss Sallie, res Brownville Daniel J. Edward, elk J. T. Daniel, bds same Daniel J T., groceries, res nw cor St. Clair and Mercer Daniels Mrs. Ann, res A. J. Coker Daniel John W., res Miss Mary Tooke Daniel Miss Emma, res George Burns Daniel Miss Ada E., res Miss Mary Tooke Daniel Miss Ada, res N Liberties Daniel Miss Julia, res Miss Mary Tooke Daniel A. B., of King & Daniel, groceries, res ws
Forsyth, 3 h s Crawford Daniel*B J., reporter Times, bds George Burrus Daniels Miss Lizzie, res C. C. Porter Daniel W. A., elk Albert Ivirven, bds William Rag
land Dascher Mrs. H. M , wid, res F. M. Brooks Darby Mrs. Fannie, wid, res C. W. Pope Darby John, res C. W. Pope Davenport C, J., wks E and P mills, res Brownville \David Thomas, elk, bds William Ragland Davie Mrs. J. F., wid, res Mrs. Mary Stolz Davis Miss Jennie, res R. W. Milford

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DIRECTORY.

White Department.

i

^ Davis Mrs. D., wid, res Mrs. M. A. Lilze

9 Davis Miss Laura, res Oglethorpe, nr Franklin

0 Davis Jefferson, vvks E and P. mills, res Brown-

" ville

y . Davis Miss Mattie, wks E and P mills, res George

0 Davis

'

Davis Miss Kizzie, res George Davis

HS Davis Miss Maggie, wks No. 3 E and P. mills, res

flg R. W. Davis

Davis George, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. E. Davis

h| Davis George, res N Liberties

i5 Davis W. S., res J. L. Davis

Davis Miss Belle, res Mrs. Rebecca Davis

Ki* Davis Mrs. Rebecca, res cor Third ave and Franklin

Davis J. L , groceries, res ss Baldwin, 1 h e Jackson

Davis Miss Augusta, res Mrs. Rebecca Davis

Davis R. A., master mason, res ss Thomas, 1 h e Ogle-

pjg thorpe

0! Davis L., blacksmith, res Lively

,2 Davis E. T,, conductor M. & G. R. R., res W. A. Davis

Davis Miss Alice, res W. A. Davis

Davis Mrs. Mary, res ss Baldwin, lhe Forsyth

ih Davis Miss S. G., res J. L. Davis

0
0

Davis J. E.. bricklayer, res Mrs. Mary Davis Davis W. A , groceries, res 53 Few

Davis Mrs E., wid res Lively

U Davis R. W., wks No. 2 E and P mills, res cor River

H

and Crawford

Davis Mrs. Narcissa, wid, res "Brownville

ttm

Davis John, wks E and P mills, res.Lively Davis Jack, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. E. Davis

Davis Mr3. Nancy, wid, res L. Davis

o Davis Miss Lou, wks E and P mills, bds Mrs. S. Brumbelow

Davis J. E., res Mrs. Mary Davis
< Davis Miss Mary, wks No. 3 E and P mills, res R
as W. Davis Davis Miss M. E., wks Swift mfg co, res George Davis
o Davis Jerry, drayman, res e limits
a. Davis William, wks No. 2 E. and P. mills, res cor

< River and Crawford

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Davis W. S., res W. A. Davis
Davidson William, carpenter, res Commerce

cor

Jackson

and

BIT, BOYS and CSIIi2DB.B1T
Buy your Clothing and Hats of H. i. Thornton,

DIRECTORY.

85

White Department.

Davidson M. W., engineer W R R, res Mrs. Davidson Davidson Frank, foreman job room, Thomas Gilbert,

res N Liberties Davidson Eddie, wks Thomas Gilbert, res Oglethorpe
Davidson John, res D L. Davidson Davidson Still, carpenter, res es Oglethorpe, nr Lee Davidson James, wks E and P millp, res D. L. Da

vidson Davidson Mrs. Leah, wid, res 26 Troup Davidson Miss Della, res D. L. Davidson Davidson D. L., wks E and P mills, res Brownville
Davidson Miss Lee, res D. L. Davidson Davidson William, wks E and P mills, bds Mrs. Sal-

lie Harder

Davidson Sibel, res D. L. Davidson

Dawson Mittie, servt Mrs. M. E. Pursell Dawson Clara, servt L. M. Burrus

p~

Day A. J., messenger boy Western Union telegraph

company, Georgia Home Building. Day Mrs. S., wid, wks E and P mills,

res ns Wash

cO & rz

ington, 6 h w Jackson

. <2

Day Julius, tel opr, res J. B. Day

Day E. J., wks E and P mills, res Brownville Day J. B., elk Empire mills, res ws Forsyth, 2 h s

3ag?c>

Crawford

Dean Mrs. Sarah, wid, res Girard

r-

Dean J. T,, engineer M. A L. R. R., res Brownville - C

Deaton Jas. E., groceries, res 55 Oglethorpe

H3

Dean J. C., wks Muscogee mills, res es River st, nr

M.&G.R R

.

Dean W. A., cigar maker, Mrs. A. Posada, resvsshmits Dearing Mrs. L., wid, res Brownville Dearing Robert, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. L. Deih^
ing

O V%a ww

Decker J. F., wks E and P mills, res Brownville Deckrow Mrs. S. J., dressmaking, res es Jackson, 5 h Co oa

n of High School Dees John, carpenter, res Girard

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rr

Dees Miss Loretta, res John Dees

Dees Mrs. Carrie, res Mrs. Susan Russell

THEP JJKIjIC Vote H. J. Thoknton Ar biter of Fashions and Leader of LowPrices.

86_DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Deignan Theresa, res Mrs. C. E. Deignan

Deignan R,, gen mdse, bds Central Hotel

Deignan Miss Emma, teacher, res Mrs. C. E. Deig nan

Deignan Miss L. S., res Mrs. C. E Deignan

Deignan Miss Katie, res Mrs. C. E. Deignan

Deignan Mrs. C. E., res 50 Oglethorpe

Deignan T. M., elk M. M. Hirsch, res Mrs. C. E. Deig

nan

Deignan P., gen mdse, res cor Dillingham and Short

DeLoach Thomas, wks Muscogee mills, res ne cor

Franklin and Broad

DeLoach Miss Emily, wks E and P mills, res Miss

, Willie Allison

DeLaunoy Miss Corinne, bds Perry House

Derrick Andrew, elk Louis Lowenthal, res ws Broad,

nr Bryan

Derrick Ed, elk Variety store, bds Mrs. L. J. Fraser

Dent G-. R., collector W. & W. sewing machine co,

res cor Early and Oglethorpe

Dennis Miss Mollie. res Mrs. A. Hare

Dennis J. W., res N. Liberties

Dennis Sam, wks Willingham & Co

Dennis Frank, wks Swift mfg co, res N. Liberties

Denson Miss Mattie, res H. J. Denson

Denson Miss Nancy, wks No. 3 E and P mills, res

H. J. Denson

Denson H. J., res cor Bryan and Front

Denson John, res H, J. Denson.

Denson William, res H. J. Denson

Dessau M. H., dry goods, res N. Liberties

Dews George M., supt public schools, res 50 Forsyth

DeWolf W. T., editor Times bds G. Hungerford

Dexter Armory, supt gas wks, res es Oglethorpe, op

Trinity Church

Dexter Clara Mrs., wid, res es Forsyth, 7 h n St. Clair

Dickens Alpha, res Brownville

Dickens Mrs. E. J., wid, res Brownville

ti

Wmm Steam Four JOB PRINTER

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CANE NULLS to Run by Steam or Horse Power. Manufactured Q0^en Bros,

DIRECTORY.

87

White Department.
Dickson Flora, bds Madam Lizzie Belcher Dickson H. H., of Insterstate Directory Co., 32 South
Broad st. Atlanta Diffly W. H., wks E. and P. mills, res N Liberties Diffly Sarah, wks No. 3 E. and P. mills, res Mrs. L. J.
Diffly Diffly P. F., wks No. 3 E. and P. mills, res N. Lib
erties Diffly John, wks city mills, res ws Washington, 5 h
n Oglethorpe Diffly Martin, wks No. 3 E. and P. mills, res L. J.
Diffly Digby A. J., farmer, res Lively Digby Miss Mary, res A. J. Digby Digby Miss Carrie, res A. J. Digby Digby Miss Rebecca, res A. J. Digby Dillon Mollie. bds Madame M. Gathrie Dillingham George W., cashier Nat. bank, res es
Broad Dillingham Charles H., collector Nat. bank, res Geo.
W. Dillingham Disbrow John, of Disbrow k Co, livery, bds Perry
House Dixon J. T., of Goodwin k Dixon, groceries, bds
Perry House Dixon Charles F., druggist, res 44 Randolph Dixon J. T., grocer, bds Perry House Dodd John, cashboy J. Albert Kirven, res John
Dodd, Sr Doherty W. A., conductor C. R. R., res Sanders
Walker Donnelly Miss Ann, of Calvin k Donnelty, millen-
erv, res 100 Broad Dorman Joseph, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. C. Dor
man Dorman Mrs. C., wid, rea Brownville Dorrough Mary, bds Madame Mary Jones Dorn Miss Matilda res Jacob Heclit Doss Mrs. Margaret wid, res Mrs Caroline Whitman Doss Miss Fannie, wks No. 3 E and P mills, res
Mrs. Caroline Whitman Doss Miss Ophelia, wks No. 3 E and P. mills, res
Mrs. Caroline Doss

I0HN S, STEWARTf JOB PRINTING of every description

1/2

executed with neatness

JJOB O *-
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PRINTER) and dispatch. 36 Randolph Street, Columbus, Sa.

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DIRECTORY. White Department.

o

Douglass Mrs., bds Dr. Schley Douglass Mrs. A. R., elk James E.

Cargill

Douglass T. 0., elk J. A. Frazier P>**

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White Department.

o

Edwards George, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Harriet

Edwards Edwards, Mrs. L.
Bryan

A.,

wid,

res

ws

Oglethorpe, 2 li s

hj
O

Edwards A. F., groceries, res Brownville
Edwards M. E., of Edwards & Ingersoll, groceries and liquors, res Brownville

M
U1

Edwards Lock, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Mary M

Lakey

M

Edwards J. I)., wks Swift mfg co, res cor Franklin U

and 1st avenue Edwards Mrs. Anna, wid, res J. D. Edwards

Ul

> Edwards Henry, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Mary W Lakey

Eifler Miss Annie, res Philip Eifier Eifler Philip, gunsmith, res ne cor Few and Jackson Eifler Philip, Jr., gunsmith Philip Eifler, bds same

*31

Eifler Charles, gunsmith Philip Eifler, bds same Elder Mrs. C., res Charles Rowe

3

Elder Edmund, wks E and P mills, res cor Bryan Q

and Front

Ely Mrs. Elizabeth, res N. Liberties

Ely Mrs. M. F., wid, res Brownville

Elkins Samuel, res Brownville

Elkins Mrs. Sarah, wid, res Samuel Wilkins

Elledge A. M., propr monumental marble wks, res es

Jackson, 3 h n Baptist Church

Ellis Miss Nora, res Mrs. Mary Ellis

Ellis Mary, res es Troup, by j. W. Cotton's store

Fllis Babe, res Mrs. Sarah Ellis

Ellis Robert, compositor Enquirer Sun, res ws Ogle-

^ thorpe, 4 h n Washington

Ellis Abe, engineer,ires es Broad

Ellis Mrs. Emma, wid, res Brownville

Elli3 Mrs. A., wid, res Brownville

CIN GEARING, Good and Substantial

DIRECTORY.

20mg yQ -m**

White De^partmevnt-

"k Ellis Mrs. Sarah, information refused, res Brownville

hffl Elliot Miss Elizabeth, res Alpha Elliot

< Elliot Alpha, wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Sfl Elliott Mrs. --wid, wks E and P mills, res Brown-

z ville

Elliot William, res Alpha Elliot J? Elliot Miss Emma, res Mrs. -- Elliot ? ElliotfMiss Mary, res Mrs. -- Elliot w Elliot William, lab, res N Liberties
Ellison John, wks bagging works, res J C. Ellison Ellison Miss Eliza, wks bagging works, res J C
Ellison

Ellison J. C., policeman, res sw cor McIntosh and Fulton

Ellison Dave, carpenter, res rear W. E. Lumpkin

Ellison Miss Lula, student Columbus Female College,, bds same

Emerson Miss Lizzie, res Mrs. K. Emerson Emerson Miss Mattie, res Mrs. K. Emerson Emerson J. B., wks E and P mills, res J. M. Kelly Emerson Mrs. K., wid, res Brownville Emerson Miss Annie, res Mrs. K. Emerson Emerson Frank, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Emerson C , wks E and P mills, res Mrs. K. Emerson Emrick William, elk C. Solomon, res 65 Forsyth Emeridge William, bds Newton Pruett England R. H., of England A Son, res 12 S. Troup England J. R., of England & Son, res R. H. England English J. P., tailor H. J. Thornton, res Girard Enloe Dr. J. H., physician, bds Wm. Ragland Ennis R. A., of R. A. Ennis A Co., steam engines, etc.,
gas fitters, res 26 Broad
Ennis Frank, cigar maker A. Poncfe, bds Mr*. F. E. Crouch

Ennis Bert, wks No. 1 E and P mills, bds Mrs F. E. Crouch

Epping Miss Fannie, re* H, H. Epping Epping H. H., Jr., of Flournoy A Epping, Alston
warehouse, res H. H. Epping

R EDDING SUITS Made to ORDE And Satlslactlon Guaranteed By H. J. Thornton, Merchant Tailor.

gMgj g

H. J, THORNTON GUARANTEES EVERY ARTICLE TO BE AS REPRESENTED.

DIRECTORY.

93 3

White Department.
Epping H. H., pres Chattahoochee Nat. bank, res nw
0 cor Franklin, end Front
H Epping E., elk Columbus bank, res Peter Preer

Estes Edwin C., of J. Marion Estes & Son, shoes, res

cor Mercer and Randolph

%

Estes J. Marion, of J. Marion Estes k Son, shoes, res
S ne cor Mercer and Randolph
(D Estes R. H., of Estes k Sons, hardware, bds Bi-own House

P3 Estes Herman, student, res J. M. Estes
Estes C. E , of Estes & Sons, hardware, res es Jackson

nr Crawford

P

P. Estes H. S , of Estes k Sons, hardware, res es Jackson, bet Randolph and St. Clair

Estes Henderson, of Estes & Sons, hardware, res 25

Troup

M

Estes J. C., of J. A. Shingleur k Co, res ns Randolph

Estes James, elk Fontaine warehouse, res J. M. Estes 0

Estes Dr. Charles, physician res Estes J. M., of J. M. Estes k Son,

14 S Troup res ws Randolph,

H

1 h w Mercer

7*

Estes Mrs. Thurza, wid. res Richard Kirven

H Etheridge C. A., of Slade French Ellis, peddler, res 20 Forsyth

U1 Fuller James, res Lively

YOU Can Buy the Finest Make of HATS at H. J. Thornton's,
DIRECTORY.
White Department.
Fuller Mi8,s M. V., res J. P. Fuller Fuller J. P., supt So. Plow YVks, res Girard Fussell J. A., elk Summergill & Jarret, res Lively Futral W. E., stonemason, res N Liberties Futch Harry, wks Col. Iron Wks, bds Mrs. J. A.
Rogers

pABRIEL J. H., groceries, res 112J Broad

-g

VJ Gafford Mrs. C , wid, res H. L. Benson Gager G. E., res n w cor Crawford and Mercer

Gaines Julius, res Brownville

Gaither Mrs. G. D., wid, res Girard

C*

Gallman William, wks E and P mills, res Aaron ~

Gallman

-

Gallman Aaron, res Lively

Gallaway J. H., wks E and P mills, res Brownville g

Gallaway William, res J. II. Gallaway Gallaway Miss Annie, wks E and P mills, res J. H.

Gallaway

S

Gallaway James, res J. II. Gallaway

Gammel Abe, res Wynnton Gammel Mrs. Arabella, wid, res Thomas Robinson s
Gammon J. F., of Gammon Bros., vegetables, etc., res

Wynnton

^

Gammon Mrs. M. C., wid, res Linwood

Gammon Miss Josie, res Mrs. Gammon

|

Gammon Joel, res Mrs. Gammon

q-

Gammon J. E., of Gammon Bros., vegetables, res 81

Oglethorpe Gammon Miss Susan, res Jessie Melline
Gammon Lawreuce, wks Browne's steam mill, res

Jessie Melline

>

Gammon T. M., carpenter, res es Troup, 3 h s Few

Gammon Miss Sallie, res J. T. Gammon

--

Gammon Miss M., wid, seryt J. T. Gammon

Gann Taylor, groceries and drugs, res ws Jackson, 4

h s railroad Gann J. M., wks Swift Manufacturing Co, res Brown-

ville

ft

Ganons William, wks No. 2 E and P mills, res es

McIntosh, 3 h s Few

JOB PRINTER
36 Randolph St., Columbus, Ga.

100

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Gantt Miss Carrie,wks Muscogee mills, res Oglethorpe,

bet Randolph and Bryan

Gardner C. M., of Interstate Directory Co, 32 S Broad, Atlanta

> 3

Gardner Gardner

Mrs. A, wid, res Lively Dr. J. M., physician, res

60

Troup

w5j Gardner Miss Hannah, res Dr. J. M. Gardner Gardner Miss Willie, res Dr. J. M. Gardner

Gardner Mrs. E , wid, dressmaker, res ss Franklin,


4r2~

1 h e Broad Garrard Louis F., lawyer, res Linwood

Garrett J. R,, scalesman Ala warehouse, res Girard

Garrett Z. W., elk T. J. Stone, res Wynnton

. ,-a Garrett E. F., wks E and P mills, res Girard

Garrett Charlie T., marker Blanchard dt Burns, res

Girard

02 &,

Garrett George, elk E. M. Walsh & Co., res 1 Forsyth Garrett H. W., elk Wm. Myer, bds Brown House

cS

Garrett R. Y., of Garrett & Son, wholesale whisky, res J. S. Garrett

O Garret G. J., of Garrett & Son, wholesale whisky, re*

J. S. Garrett

C2
sS

Garrett J. S., Sr., of Garrett & Son, wholesale whisky,

res cor Jackson and Franklin

02 Garrett Maggie, bds Madame Mary Jones

P3 Gathrie Madame M., res ws Oglethorpe, 3 h s Frank

lin

Gaudy J. J., shipping clerk Lowell warehouse, bds

o
CO

L. Scarborough Gaudv Mattie, res Rachel

Buster

Gautier Dr. W. T., of Gautier rard Hermann Miss Barbara, cigar maker W. 11 Sauls,
bds John Cely Hermann Miss Louise, cigar maker, res H. < Her
mann Hermann Miss Fanny, cigar maker, res H. C. Her
mann

0

OLLARS, CUFFS, HANDKERCHIEFS, SUSPENDERS,

2 o

SOCKS and UNDERWEAR in large variety at H. J. Thornton's

H H

116

DIRECTORY.

n0

White Department.

Herrington Sigh, res bet Broad and Warren

Herrington Miss Mary, res bet Broad and Warren

0 Herrington Miss Kate, res Sigh Herrington

Hfigg

Herrington Miss Georgia, res Sigh Herrington Herrondine Miss Sarah, res 15 Broad

ni Hiatt Mrs. Mary, res Mrs. Lizzie McAlister Hicks M. J., wks Swift's mills, res R. M. Fields

Hg Hiel William, wks E and P mills, res Brownville

6<

Hill Mrs. J. B., wid, res R. M. Mulford Hilton Miss Alice, res Mrs. T. J. Hilton

Hilton Mrs. T. J., res Brownville

111 Hillman Mrs. S. C., wid, res Brownville

E1T, BOYS and CHILDREN

Buy your Clothing and Hats of H. i. Thornton,

DIRECTORY.

117

White Department.

Hillman-,clk W. Cohn, bds Joseph Jepsqn

Hinde W. H., of Hinde, Preer & Illgea, mfrs bagging,

res 13 Troup

Hinde Miss Anna, res W. H. Hinde

Hinde J. K, student, res W. H. Hinde

Hines Miss same

Nettie,

student

Col.

Female

Col., bds

2$s

Hines Miss Cora, student, res B. R. Hines Hines B. R., planter, res nw cor Troup and Crawford

ns o

C
S

2

Hines Robert, elk Dr. J. N. Gilbert, res B. R. Hines OB

Hines Sarah, bds Madame Jessie Franklin Hines R. H., elk, res B. R. Hines

3P0P?,2Po*

Hirst Mrs. Mary, wid, res J. M. Fletcher

O

Hirsch M. M., commission, res Jackson, bet Crawford

-i
So

and St. Clair Hite Miss Mattie, res Mrs. M. Johnson Hite John, res Mrs. M. Johnson

p
If

Heyman Charles, of Charles Heyman & Co, whisky,

res 136 Broad Hewell C. D., elk J. Greenwood Hochstrasser Charles E , grocer, res ws Broad, 1

hn

63 S3 c**

Few

Hodge Miss Mollie, seamstress, res Martha Ryans

Hodge Miss Fannie, res ws Mercer, 6 h s Few
Hodge R. B., teacher, res Mrs. Ellenwells Hodges Mrs. M. A., wid, res 33 Lee

91 4 O-oi.*--

Hodges Miss Alice, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. M. bt

A. Hodges

-o

Hodges James, wks Hodges
Hodges Miss Mary,

E and P mills, res Linwood

res

Mrs.

M.

A.

is5r--*?-i'O3Zs'

Hoffman A. P., res Brownville Hoffman James, office boy John S. Stewart, res John

I!

Hoffman

Hoffman Luke, wks E and P mills, res A. P. Hoffman

Hoffman Leo, wks E and P mills, res A. P. Hoffman

Hofflin J., of Hofflin & Co, clothing



o
o

Hogan Mrs. Isabel, res Miss Irene Wilson Hogan Mrs. B. W., wid, bkkpr Wheeler &

Wilson

eg
Eg
6a

mfg co

Hogan John L., ice, fish, etc, res nw cor Troup and

Lee

ALLSTYLES 1O/5
f-t

Of^Children's I Jjhy$f Hats

m

A Caps at H, J, ] hornton's-

opj 118

nr* o i--i

Htjo1l1l*y' M* r,s.

DIRECTORY. White Department,
, > ixes w Jaammecsa mMuilils

CS Hi!7 gdward- res Edward Holly

HKM

villeE' J'' dk SummersSi11 & Albright, res BrownHoByEdward, elk Sumraersgill & Jarret, res Browa-

&S5 Holly Fraak M,, elk U. H. Smith & Co., res Brown-
Hollis Miss Sarah, groceries, res N Liberties Ho ,s George wks bagging mills, res N Liberties Hollis Miss Alice, res N Liberties Ss Holmes Mrs. Louisa, wid, bds Perry House Holmes Mrs Florence, teacher, bds Perry House Ho mes Mrs. M A , res Mrs. Mary Holtz
QQ HHMoltMMvrisCs `HtFe,l'ecno, trteosn Mburys.erS,abradhs MHiosslt J. D. Hawkins Rs 5,U ?J.,SS Hlna> res Mrs- Sarah Holt
Holt Miss Mattie, res Mrs. Sarah Holt Holt Mrs Sarah, wid, res Wynnton

O Cental krrger Si"gW Manufaoturine Co. bda O HHoU`ne8' cond'lclo,' - * B- K. E,, res Mrs. Sarah

' SMnoHlte1nJmMBis'sJTof Js`epBhu i-Hneo,lsrtes&MCros.- Are.sH56arNe TroupF

1 h'n ftankHr,,Um"er E ""d P mi"8' ree ws Broad,

HLivelyJ C'' f Holland & Hlland, public gin, res

g HLHeDlyH' H'' f

& Hllaad' Public Sia>

Holliday Mrs. L., wid, res Girard
Holliday E M., wks Clegg mfg co, res Girard Holcomb Miss Dome, res Mrs. L. Holcomb Holcomb George, res Mrs. L. Holcomb Holcomb Mrs. L., wid, res Lively
cb Hollman Miss Jane, res James Hollman

* thorpe dameS' sboemaker, res ss Lee, 5 h e Ogle-

a Hoil man Miss Ann, res James Hollman
s Holtzclaw Mrs. -, res Brownville

ALLUMS COTTON SCREW

Fine Suits for Weddings and Business. MADE BY H J. THORNTON

DIRECTORY.

119

White Department.
Holtzclaw Mrs. S J., res B. H. Madden Hollenback Mrs. S A , res J W. Arnold
Hood Miss Nellie, wksE. and P mills, res Mrs. Narcissa Davis

Hood D. G W., night watchman Union Depot, res

Girard

Hood Miss Mattie, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Nar-

cissa Davis

Hood M. D , of M. D. Hood & Co., drugs, res es Front,

nr Randolph

Hood Dr. Martin, physician, bds William Ragland

Hooten James, elk G. J. Peacock, res Mrs. M. A.

Hooten

Hooten Mrs. M. A , tv id, res Girard

Hcoks Miss Georgia, res Mrs. L. J. White

Hoover William, peddler, res Brownville

Hoopes l^Iiss Mamie, res L R. Hoop :s

Hoopes L R., broker, res 47 Thomas

Hoopes Miss Lucy, res L R. Hoopes

Hoopaugh Miss Lottie, res A. J. Bethune Hoopaugh Miss A. E., res W. A. Davis

do

Hopkins Mrs. L. 0 , res ne cor Jackson and Randolph

Horn Mrs. A C., res se cor Franklin and Front

Horn George, res Girard

5*

Harris Miss Lula, dresmaker Mrs Louise Worthy zW

Hardis John wks gas wks, res cor River and Crawford

C5 -n 1

Hosy Mrs. E , wid, res G. S., Storer

O

Hough Charlie, wks Muscogee Ragland

oil

wks, bds

William

cW

Hough J. D., bds Perry House

Houston Thomas, lab, res 11 Troup

-0<3 0H

Houston Mrs. Sophronia wid, res Brownville

o"

Houston Floyd, w'ks Swift, bds William Calhoun Houston Eugene, bds William Calhoun Howell Jordan L., bkkpr Georgia steam and gas

H o0 801

pipe co, res s s Franklin, 1 h w Forsyth

Howell J. L., of C. J Howell & Co., res ss Franklin,

bet Troup and Forsyth

s3

Howell C. J., of C. J Howell, gen mdse, res ss Frank i

lin, bet Troup and Forsyth

H

Howell Laurie, elk E. M Averett, res Jordan Howell 8

THEP URLIC Vote H. J. Thorntok Ar biter of Fashions and Leader of Low Prices.

120 _DIRECTORY._ White Department.

Howell Mrs. Nancy, wid, res Brownville

Howell Mrs. Lottie, res J. L. Howell

Howell Miss Lula, res J. L. Howell

Howell Charles, res Jordan L. Howell

Howell W. D., wks E and P mills

Howell J. F., student, res J. L. Howell

Howell Miss Lucy, res J. L. Howell

Howard Miss Mary, res Martha Alexander

Howard Mrs. Mary, wid, wks Muscogee mills, res

Mrs. E. Allen

Howard John, student, res J. M. Howard

Howard J. M., wks E and P mills, res Girard

Howard Dr. T. W., physician, res Brownville

Howard W. J., wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Howard T. N., wks E. Phillips, res Dr. T. W. Howard

Howard T. B., dray line, res ne cor Forsyth and Frank

lin Howard Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, res Wvnnton

Howard Mrs. Elizabeth, res es Front, nr Muscogee

mills

'

Howard L. G., wks J. W. Howard, res ns Washington,

nr River

Howard W. M., elk, res Dr. T. W. Howard

Howard William, carpenter, res es Front, 3 h s Bryan

Howard William, wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Howard William A., wks Swift mfg co, res cor Front

and Bryan

Howard T. C. S , bkkpr C R R, res ns Randolph, 2 h

e Forsyth Howard Miss Josie, res Mrs. Elizabeth Howard
Howard Miss Sallie, res Mrs. Elizabeth Howard Howard Charles, wks wks E and P mills, res Brown

ville Howard Walton, res William Howard Howard Andrew, wks E and P mills, bds J. M. Collins
Howard Andrew, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. A.
Howard Howard H. M., master trans C R R, res nw cor
Franklin and Forsyth Howard James, wks No. 2 E and P mills, res cor
Front and Bryan

DIRECTORY.
iRy SINESS, |:1n ivebsity
lip [ ~ \JO
J^#^a^alBu5^vTs^o/
SCND COE CATALOGUES
White Department. Howard J. W., junk shop, res ws Oglethorpe, 1 h *
Lee Howard Walter, wks Willingham tk Co Howard-, res Brownville Howard Levi, driver Mundayifc Robinson Howard Mrs. A., wid, wks E and P mills, res Brown
ville Howard M. W., elk Wells 0 Ingram Henry, elk J. A. Frazer & Co., bds William jo Ragland

3 Ingram Miss Susan, res Ellis French

iT Ingram Mrs. S., res Mrs L. F. Berill

W !ngram William, engineer C. & W. R. R res Browc^ viUe

Kp Ingram Miss Mollie, wks Swift mfg co, res Ellis H French

Ingram Miss Lena, res Mrs. L. F. Berill

Iverson J. F., drummer Home Insurance, res cor O Jackson and Franklin K Iverson Miss May, res J. F. Iverson

Ivey J. B, of L. Harris Ivey Mrs. Virginia, wid, res es Jackson

Ip

Charles L., jeweler, res es Oglethorpe, 8 h n

Wjj Franklin

^ Ivey Mrs. Mary, res Mrs. A. Ellis

rh Ivey W. R., stock dealer, bds Raiford House ^ Iverson Miss Julia, res William Lloyd

S I0HN S. STiWART^ * executed witliV neatness^41'

PRINTER) N |JDB

86 Randolph Streep CoLtlMBUg, Ga

I

I. J. THORNTON GUARANTEES EVERY H ARTICLE TO BB AS REPRESENTED.

DIRECTORY. White Department.

125

'

z

JACOBS F. F., saloon, res Talbotton

H ^ Jackson Miss Grace, res T. J. Jackson

Q

Jackson T. J., compositor Enquirer Sun, res Lively

Jackson Thomas, binder Thomas Gilbert, res Girard

Jackson Mrs. E , wid, res ws McIntosh, 5 h n Frank

lin

Jackson Eliza, wks No. 3 E and P. mills, res Thos.

Maples Jackson Robert, res Brownville

(ft

Jackson Miss M. VY., binder Thomas Gilbert, res es

Forsyth, bet St. Clair and Randolph

p Jackson Mrs. W. H., wid, res es Forsyth, 4 h n St.

Clair

*

Jackson Miss Alice, res Mrs. W. PI. Jackson

p.

Jackson Miss Sallie, res H. T. Jackson Jackson Miss Onie, res H. T. Jackson

bd

Jackson J. E., wks Col. Iron Wks, res cor River and

Crawford Jackson William, res Mrs. Mary Jackson

0

Jackson E. J., elk J. J. Greenwood, bds J. A. Shep

pard

Jackson Laura, wks No. 3 E and P mills, res Thomas

Maples

Jackson Charlie, wks No 1 E and P mills, res J. E.

Jackson

Jackson H. T., drummer, res se cor Troup and

Thomas

(ft

Jackson Mrs. Mary, res cor Front and Bryan

Jackson Miss Lola, res Mrs. W. H Jackson Jackson Miss Willie, res Mrs. W. IP. Jackson

ojj

Jackson Miss Ida, res Mrs. W. H. Jackson

u

Jackson J. F., wks E and P mills, res N Liberties

James T. H., confectioner, res Brownville

H Jefferson Rollin, groceries, res ws Oglethorpe, nr St.

CD 30

Clair

Jefferson Dorcas, res Brownville

13 Jefferson E., res Lively
Jenet James, oiler E and P mills, res es McIntosh, 3

ah n Bryan UALITY, WORKMANSHIP and FIT ' GUARANTEED UNEQUALLED
In the CLOTHING sold by H. J. Thobstox.

FOR _JO_ B PRINTING T F liree_tt ClaiE and

OHN S. STEWART, THE " I --PRINTER,-

I-o-ot- 3Tlcu.xe, " v/ ;84 Randolph St., Columbia, 9a.

126

DIRECTORY.

White Department.
.Jenkins F. J., elk, Georgia warehouse, res B. EL Crawford
Jepson Mrs. Mary, elk Allen Bros., res sw cor Thomas and Troup
Jepson Joseph, carpenter, res 49 Thomas Jepson F, A., brick mfr. res Joseph Jepson Jepson Miss Sallie, res Joseph Jepson
Jepson Miss Mary, saleslady Allen Bros., res Josephs Jepson
Jepson Mrs. Lucy, wid, res Mrs. A. Gideons Jeter F. M., job printer Thomas Gilbert., res Linwood Jeter Frank, res Linwood
Jimison Dr. W. W., physician, x'es Brpwnville Jimison Miss Bella, res Dr. W. W. Jimison Jimison James, wks E and P mills, res cor Front and;
Bryan
Jimison Miss Helen, res Dr. W W. Jimison Jimison Miss Inez, res Dr. VV. W. Jimison Jinnet Robert, v?ks E and P mills, res Brownville Joerg Robert, bkkpr J. B. Holst & Co., bds Rankin
House John Lew, res 14 Troup
Johnston John H., broker, res ws Oglethorpe, 2 h n Baldwin
Johnston Mrs. M. B., res 24 S Forsyth
Johnston D. W.. Jr., express messenger M. & G R. R., res Dr. D. W. Johnston
Johnston Dr D. W., physician, res 37 Thomas Johnston W. H., elk J. D. Johnston, bds same Johnston Miss Minnie, res Mrs. M. B. Johnston Johnston Miss Alberta, student, res Mrs. M. B. John
ston
Johnston J. S., bkkpr Enquirer-Sun, res ne cor Ogle thorpe and Early
Johnston Mrs. J. D., res L. P. Warner Johnston C. E., re* Linwood Johnston A. F., res Mrs. M. B. Johnston Johnston A. S., res Dr. D. W. Johnston

EDDING SUITS Made to ORDE
AnBdy H H.aJt.iTslhnoronttolno,nMeG rchuaantrTaanilotre. ed

'ine Suits for Weddings and Business.
MADE BY H. J. THORNTON.

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Johnston C. M-, res Dr. D. W. Johnston

Johnston J. D., house furnishing Johnston Leroy, collector dray line, res N. N. Curtis

Johnson E- M, groceries, bds William Ragland Johnson E. W., compositor Thomas Gilbert, res 10

McIntosh

- ,,

Johnson Miss C. A., stamp elk P. 0., bds Perry

House Johnson Miss Lucy, seamstress, res Oglethorpe, bet

Randolph and Bryan Johnson Mrs. G. L., elk Blanchard k Booth, bds

Rankin House Johnson G. L., cashier Bussey, Goldsmith k Co., bds

Rankin House Johnson S. W., of Johnson k Co, saloon and grocer

ies, res Brownville Johnson George, lab, res Henry Johnson

Johnson Mrs. Lucy, wid, res Girard Johnson Miss Narcissa, wks Swift mfg co, res Mrs.

Mary Pitts Johnson N. B., wks Muscogee mills, res us Franklin,

1 h e Broad Johnson Miss L , res James Morris

Johnson D. W., Jr., messenger, res N Thomas Johnson George, wks Muscogee mills, res n Frank

lin, 1 h e Broad Johnson Miss Fannie, res J. T. Johnson

Johnson J. T., atty at law, res `219 Broad Johnson Miss Atlanta, student, res J. W. Johnson
Johnson Napoleon, wks Muscogee mills, res Mrs. Eliza

Johnson Johnson Miss Fannie, wks Muscogee mills, res Mrs.

Eliza Johnson Johnson Elizabeth, res William Whitehead

Johnson Miss Josephine, res Elizabeth Johnson

Johnson J. W., boss dyer, res 31 Iroup

Johnson O. C , drummer, res C A Etheridge Johnson Miss Eliza, res ne cor Franklin and Broad Johnson Joseph, wks So. Plow Co, res Mrs k, < . John-

Johnson E. W., job printer Thomas Gilbert, 10 S Mc Intosh

a%
o I

128

DIRECTORY.

Johnson

Walter,

White Department.
wks E and P mills,

res

84

Troup

B Johnson Miss Mattie, res 44 Troup


ft

Johnson A. E.t 44 Troup Johnson Emsv, res Girard

Johnson Mrs/W., wid, wks E and P mills, res cor Ok Front and Bryan

Johnson William, wks No. 2 E and P mills, res Mrs. "S JsL Jon n son.
Johnson James, res Lin wood 0W Johnson Miss Della, res James Johnson

Hg Johnson Miss Alice, res Ja mes Johnson



Sold is offered by H. J.

HI

THORNTON.

Popular Price, $1.00.

SBOHaRMHeffigERSaSE s

J nim a C Ulln

Ol

OCTl CCUVfTAADnTl

letter heads, bill heads, CARDS, etc,., at Short Notice.

U

STEAM POWER PRINTER col^bus^ga

DIRECTORY.

White Department.
Johnson Mrs. S. E., wid, res H. J. Abbott Johnson Mathew, carpenter, res N Liberties Johnson Miss Eddie, res John Johnson Johnson John, tailor G. J. Peacock, res 83 Jackson Johnson W. T, carpenter, res 44 Troup Jonnson B. L., policeman, res 44 Troup Johnson Earnest, butcher, res John Johnson Joines E. W., of E. W. Joines & Son, groceries, res
ns Early, bet Oglethorpe and Jackson Joines James, wks E and P mills, res Daniel Little
ton Joines J. J., bkkpr M. T. Bergan, of E. W. Joines &
Co., bds same Joines Miss Katie, res E W. Joines Joiner Miss Sallie, wks Muscogee mills, res J. W.
Smith
Joiner Miss Josephine, wks E and P mills, res cor Crawford and Front
Joiner-, brickmason, bds Mrs. J. A Rogers Jones Miss Ada, saleslady Colvin & Co, wholesale dry goods,

res cor Randolph and Troup

Kyle Joseph, of J. Kvle & Co, wholesale dry goods,

res cor Mercer and Randolph

Kyis Warren, marketer, res rear Mrs. M. Walker

4- .

Can Buy the Finest Make of
HATS at H. J. Thornton's.

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Kyle Mrs. C. L., wid, res ns Randolph, cor McIntosh
Kyle Miss Annie, res Mrs. C. L. Kyle Kyle Miss Elizabeth, res Mrs. C. L. Kyle
LACOMK J., ws Forsyth, 6 h n Fulton Laffkowitz M., clothing, res ss Crawford, bet

Front and Broad Lakey Miss Julia, res Miss Mary Lakey
Lakev Miss Mary, res Brownyille Lamb Miss Louella, wks E and P mills, res Mrs M.

T. Lamb Lamb Miss Mary, bds Mrs. M. Searcy Lamb Mrs. M. T., wid, res Brownville
Lamar Lee, res B. A Thornton Lamon Miss Ida, elk Allen Bros, res Girard
Lane Mrs. Margaret, res Brownville Lang Thomas, moulder Columbus iron wks, bds Mrs.

J. A Rogers

.. _ .

Lang J. A., bkkpr Planters' warehouse, bds Eppmg

House1 Langley James, res Brownville
Landon Mrs. F. L., res 15 Broad Landon Frank, wks George Kenney, res Mrs. b. L.

Landon

,

Langdon W. B , elk Wittich & Kinsel, 236 Broad

Langdon W. P., elk Kyle & Co , res W. B. Langdon

Langford Mrs. Carrie, wid, res 59 Front

Lansford Jesse, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. II.

Prince

.

Lansford Mrs. Carrie, wid, res Mrs. H. 1 mice

Lansing E., bds Mrs. A. McGraw

Lancaster Mrs. Kancy, wid, res J. C. Dean

Lankinship Mrs. S. J- res 61 'Troup

Lapham Ge_orge L,, pilot, res 26 Early

Lapham Frank, pilot's apprentice, res George L.

Lapham Lapham George, student, res George L. Lapham La Pine Mrs. Belhanie, wid, wks Mu.cogee mills, res

Mrs. Sarah Hegdon Lary G. C., machinist, res cor St. Clair and Front Lary Mrs. M. C , boarding, cor Front and St. Clair

Fins Suits for Weddings and Business* Made by h. j. thornton.

_DIRECTORY. ~

' Ti?

White Department.

Laurence Miss L., wks E and P mills, res ss Bryan, cor Front
Lave Lilsey, res Brownvilie

Law C. H., elk Brannon & Carson, res Mrs. 8. B. Law Law M. H , farmer, res Mrs. 8. B Law
Law Miss Cr. A. res Mrs. S. B. Law

Law 8. 8., elk Blanchard & Booth, res Mrs. 8. B. Law Law Mrs. S. B., res ws Oglethorpe, 6 h s Thomas Law Samuel S-, elk Blanchard & Booth, res Mrs. S.
B. Law

Law C. M., elk Brannon & Carson, res Mrs. Georgia Law

Lawrence Mrs. C., wid, propr Planter's House, 15U Broad

Lawrence Julian, student, res Planter's House Lawrence Mrs M A., res Brownville Lawrence Miss Alice, res Mrs. M A Lawrence jjawrence E. A , drays, res es Mclutosh, 2 h n Brvan Lawrence J. T., res Mrs M. A. Lawrence Lawrence Miss Mary, res Mrs. M. A. Lawrence Lawrence Miss Minnie, res Planter's House Lawrence William, wks E and P mills, res Brown
ville

Lawrence Miss Ada, res Mrs. Elnora Lawrence

Lawrence Miss iMaggie, wks No. 3 E and P mills, res Mrs. Mary Lawrence

Lawrence Mrs. Mary, res cor River and Crawford Lawrence Mrs, Elnora, res 80 N Jackson
Lawreuce Miss Georgia, res Mrs. Elnora Lawrence Lawhon 8. L., of Lawhon it Co., res cor Brvan and
Oglethorpe

Layfield B, elk G. M Layfield, res same

Layfield G M., baker and confectioner, res Brownville Layfield George, wks No. 3 E and P mills, res Henry
Layfield

Layfield Henry, wks No. 3 E and P mills, res cor River and t raw ford
Lecroy Miss Isora res Mrs. A. B. Lecroy

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HORNTQflJ Sells the Best $1.00 Shirt Made

188

DIRECTORY.

ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
Old Pictures Copied Enlarged.
eas~Agents wanted in Every Town and County in the South.
Do you desire an agency? Send for terms to agents. If you cannot lake an agency, but have pictures of your own you wish copied, and there are no agents of ours in your vicinity, write lor retail prices, and send picture direct to us (either by mail or express) and they will re ceive our best attention. Address SOUTHERN COPYING CO.,
No. 9 Marietta St,, Atlanta, Ga.

Any Style of Brick or Tiling Made to Order.
eOM'SSWB, -
Our capacity being 50,000 Brick a day, we are prepared to fill all orders from 1,000 to 500,000 at Lowest Market Prices.

-DEALERS IN-

FRUIT, VEGETABLES and FISH,

SIIAH IKT SEiLSORT.

The finest lot of Fruits, Vegetables, Eggs, Poultry, Fish,

Etc., Etc., on hand at all times at Lowest Market Prices.

We are prepared to deliver goods in any part of the city

Free of Charge. Very Respectfully,

Gammon Bros. .

CHESS-CARLEY COMPANY,

Producers of All Kinds of

BURNING AND LUBRICATING OILS,

Turpentine and Rosin, Oil Tanks, Axle

Grease and "Cooking Oils." "Geor

gia Test" Kerosene,

Freshly barrelled in tins city. All Oils sold by us under the

3 C brand guaranteed.

D. H. SUMNER,

Office 116M Broad St., Up-stairs.

Special Agent.

EFVuErRnisBhUiYngCGlootohdins gT, &Hgatasg.o?r r>

DIRECTORY.

139

White Department.
Lecroy Miss Ida, res Mrs. A. B. Lecroy Lecroy Mrs A. B., res Brownville Lechter Mrs. -, res nw cor Washington and
Troup
Ledbetter William, res Brownville Ledbetter T. F., groceries, res Brownville Ledsinger R. L., cotton buyer Fontaine warehouse Ledsinger Charles, compositor Times office, res R. W.
Ledsinger
Ledsinger Charles, compositor Times, res R. W. Led singer
Ledsinger R. W., cotton buyer, reses Jackson, nr Few Lee Miss Martha, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Marv
Lee
Lee John B , elk M. H. Lee, res same Lee Miss Ella, saleslady M H Lee, res same Lee Charles, wks Col. Iron Wks, res Brownville Lee M. II., millinery, res 102 Broad Lee Abner, lab, res es Oglethorpe Lee Miss Sarah A., wks No. 2 E and P mills, res F.
E. Lee
Lee Mrs. L , wid, res cor Front and Bryan Lee Frank E , res cor Bryan and Front Lee Miss Millie, wks No 2 E and P mills, res F. E.
Lee
Lee Miss Aeslie, wks No 2 E and P mills, res F. E. Lee
Leitner Dr. C. B., physician, res Linwood Leitner Miss Jessie, res Dr. C. B. Leitner Leitner John, res Dr, C. B Leitner Leitner Miss Flora, res Dr. C. B. Leitner Leonard Miss Mary Byrd, student Col. Female Col.,
bds same
Leonard Miss Viola, student Col. Female Col., bds same
Leonard Miss Claude, student Col. Female Col., bds same
Lequin C. H , watchmaker, res 41 Troup

BEDDING- SUITS Made to ORDE

iy ii. J. Thornton, Merchant,Tailor.

om.

'ffnLSSI S^Jsll

O Os

Q0 YI ELwWwhrtjUliT

I f.

Railroad, Steamboat and Comjjxcrcicil Printing

White Department.

j

Lewis James A., of James A. Lewis & Co , wholesale O a--H dry goods, res cor Forsytn cind 8t. Clair O Lewis Jennie, bds Madame Jessie Franklin

pawH

Lewis A., shoes, res 14 S Troup Lewis Mrs. T J., wid, res 9 Troup Lewis Miss Anna, res Mrs T. J. Lewis

'PfUyd W. E., scalesman Fontaine warehouse, bds Mrs
Elizibeth Cook Lloyd H. J., mechanic, res Brownville Lloyd Mrs Cephas, res Charles Lloj'd Lloyd Charles, wks E and P mills, res cor Front and
Bryan Lloyd Mrs. Lucinda, wid, res W. D. Sauls Lloyd Ed., elk Fontaine warehouse, res Linwood Lloyd Thomas, carpenter, res Mrs. D. Thornton

UALITY, WORKMANSHIP and FIT

GUARANTEED UNEQUALLED
Ill the CLOTHING sold by IT. J. Thornton.

;q

PRICES GUARANTEED THE LOWEST On all Goods Sold by II. J. THORNTON.
142_DIRECTORY.___
Whit* Department.
Lloyd John, bkkpr Alston warehouse, bds Mrs. F. F Ford
Lloyd William, wks Muscogee oil wks, re* Lin wood Lloyd Mrs. Eliza, wid, res 22 Troup Lloyd Mrs Rebecca, wid, res Ed. Loyd Lloyd Mies Eliza, res Ed. Lloyd Lloyd James, brickmason, res Brownville Lloyd Benj., carpenter, res Lively Lockett Mrs. L. E., wid, res It. R. Thweatt Lockett Miss Henny, res R. R. Thweatt Lockett Miss Cullen, res R R. Thweatt Lockhart Miss Mary, res W. S Lockhart Lockhart J. M., groceries, res sw cor Baldwin and
McIntosh Lockhart W. S., grocer, res se cor McIntosh and
Few Loeb Joseph, elk Moses Loeb, res same Loeb S., of Kern & Loeb, res es Jackson, 2 h s Bryan Loeb Lew, elk Kern & Loeb, bds J. H. Gabriel Loeb Moses, dry goods, res 56 N Jackson Loeb Amelia, res Moses Loeb Loeb Ferdinand, elk Moses Loeb, res same Logan Miss Lizzie, bds Mrs. A. McGraw Lola Mrs. Mary, wid, res Mrs, M. E. Barkwell Lolace Mrs. Mary, res 96 Oglethorpe Lolace Miss Mary, res Mrs. Mary Lolace Lolace Miss Nancy, res Mrs. Mary Lolace Lollis John, wks Swift mfg co, res Brownville Lollis Sallie, seamstress, res Oglethorpe, nr S limits Lollis Miss Alethia, wks E and P mills, res John
Lollis Long Miss M., wid, res Mrs. E. Drew Lopez Mrs. C., wid, cigar mfr, res 46 Crawford Lott M. A., bkkpr J. Kyle & Co, res Mrs. E. A. Lott Lott W. L , elk J. Albert Kirven, res Mrs. E. A. Lott Lott Miss Alice, res Mrs. E. A. Lott Lott Miss Jennie, res Mrs. E. A. Lott Lott Miss Lenore, res Mrs. E. A. Lott
BOYS and CHILDE.E1T
Buy your Clothing and Hats of H. J. Thornton,

CANE MILLS to Run by Steam or Horse Power. Manufactured Q.0^en grog>

J OHN S. STEWART-JOB PRINTING SH RaO" nFdoA*lLp.LN h KSD ltkS eet,NEATLY ANCDolPumRObuMsP, TGLeYo.rgia .

DIRECTORY.

143

White Department,

Lott W. S., elk J. Albert Kirven, res Mrs. E. A. Lott Lott Mies Emmie, res Mrs. E. A. Lott Lott Mrs. E. A., res 81 Jackson

Loudenber F. W., tobacconist, res ns Woolfolk, 4 h w Jackson
Loudenber Mrs. R., res Mrs. J. W. Ferguson

Lovelace C. A., elk H. J. Thornton, bds Epping House

Lowe Miss Mary L , student Col. female col, res An drew J. Lowe

Lowe Andrew J., planter, res n cor Troup and Bryan Lowe I. J , res Mrs. C. Kenny Lewe O. E., mdse broker, res uppper Oglethorpe Lowe W. M., student, res Mrs. C. Kenny Lowe J. P., Wheeler fc Wilson machine agt, re8
Broad

Lowenthal Moses, drummer Pioneer Store, bde Ep ping House

Lowenthal Leopold, of Louis Buehler A Co, wholesale whisky, res Crawford, bet Jackson and Troup
Lowenthal Miss Katie, res L. Lowenthal Lowenthal Louis, of Louis Lowenthal A Co, variety
store, res Grand Bay, Ala Lowenthal H., elk M. Simons, bds M. Simons Lowell Mrs. Martha, wks No 1 E and P mills, res we
Front

Lowndes JohD, wks Muscogee mills, res Brownville Lowndes Narcissa, res Ellen Lowndes Lowndes Ellen, res es Forsyth, 7 h s Few Lucas A. P., contractor Western R R, bds Rankin

House Luckey William, wks No 3 E and P mills, res Mrs.
Sallie Luckey Luckey Eliza, wks bagging works, res Mrs Sallie

Luckey Luckey Mies Mollie, res Mrs. Sallie Luckey Luckey Mrs. Sallie, wid, res ss Fulton, 1 h w Forsyth Luckey Miss Mary, cla Louis Lowenthal & Co., res
Mrs. Sarah Luckey Ludwig Charles, tailor H. J. Thornton, res P, J. Lud
wig

9
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DR. SALTER'S
At the Reform Dispensary Cancers are successfully treated and a cure effected in 99 cases out of 100, when taken'in time.
RHEUMATISM cured in every case in from one to three months at a cost of $5 per month for medicine.
DISEASE OF THE THROAT cured in from one week to two months.
CATARRH OF THE HEAD cured in one to three months in most cases. Occasionally meet with one requiring more time.
WOMB DISEASES--Ulceration, Inflammation, Leucorrhcea, cured in one-half the time required Iw other methods, and without tire use of caustics.
EPILEPTIC FITS relieved and permanently cured. In most cases from six to twelve months are required to effect a. permanent cure.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, from excesses, self-abuse, etc., successfully treated in from one to five months.
BLOOD DISEASES cured in from three to twelve months. KIDNEY DISEASES cured in from one to three months. DISEASES OF LIVER, amenable to treatment, perma nently cured in a few months. NEURALGIA and other nervous diseases, successfully treated.
TERMS OF TREATMENT.
Consultation free. Prescription and medicine per month, $6; in all chronic cases, except cancers and tumors, for which I charge $10 for first month, and $5 per month thereafter.
Persons consulting me by mail are earnestly requested to answer the following questions bearing on the case. Enclose stamp, and a correct diagnosis and a candid opinion will be returned without delay.
1. Age? 2. Sex? 3. Married or single? 4. How many children, and are they healthy? 5. Give number of inches around the chest, measuring just under the arms? 6. Height and weight? 7. Complexion? 8. Color of hair and eyes? 9. How long afflicted? 10. Describe vour present symptoms? 11. Give exact state of your sexual system? 12. If female, are you regular or otherwise? 13. Have you committed ex cesses, suffered from venereal disease or inherited constitu tional diseases ? 14. Were your parents related? 15. What is the opinion of your physicians as to the nature of your dis ease? 10. Have you taken much mercury ? Call on or address
Corner Broad and Walton Streets,
ALTIjA-NTAl, OEOrtGtlA..

COMPRESSION COUPLINGS for Shafting. Manufactured Golden Br6*.

_DIRECTORY.

_145

White Department.
Luke William, shoemaker, res es Jackson Lumford Daniel, res William Lloyd Lumpkin W. E., wks E and P mills, res N Liberties Lumpbin Mrs. F., wid, res D. F Willcox Lupoe David, wks E and P mills ,res Brownville Lynn A H.. wks Col Iron Wrks, res Girard / , Lynn Miss Dorah, res A. H. Lynn Lynn M. T., saloon, res Brownville Lyon M. A... bkkpr J. Ivvle & Co., res J. B. Lyon Lyon J. B , merchant Hurtsboro, Ala., res 28 Troup Lyons Mrs Lucinda, res Mrs. Tempa Wel'lett Lyons Miss Ella, bds Mrs F. E Crouch Lynch Mrs. M. J., res J. E. Hudson Lynch R. A., carpenter, res es Troup 3 li n Thomas Lynch L. M, salesman Muscogee mills, res es McIn
tosh, 2 h s Bryan Lynch Charles, painter, res es River, nr M & G R R Lynch W. G , elk J. M. Fletcher & Son, res ws Ogle
thorpe, 3 h s Bryan
MADDEN B. H., elk J. J. Wood, res Brownville

Maddox G. W., carpenter, res N Liberties
Maddox A. J., carpenter, res Brownville Maddox George, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Mahaffey Thomas, wks E and P mills, res Brown
ville Mahaffey John, res Josiah Mahaffey Mahaffey William, Jr., res William Mahaffey Mahaffey Miss Clara, milliner, res William Mahaffey Mahaffey Mrs. Mary, res William Mahaffey Mahaffey Maggie Miss, res William Mahaffey Mahaffey Josiah groceries, res Brownville Mahaffe3r Mrs. M, res James Walker Mahaffey William, res 27 Jackson Mahaffey Miss Willie, elk J. S. Jones, res William
Mahaffey Malahy J. E.. paper hanger J. B. Slade, res cor Ran
dolph and Front Malone B. F, cotton buyer, res 5 McIntosh Mallory William, wks Muscogee mills, res Brownville Maloy Wallace, wks E and P mills, res Miss Fanny
Strickland Mann Miss Florence, res Brownville Mann Miss Fannie, wks Swift mfg co, res W. I).
Howell

GOLDEN'S COTTON SCREW Best and Cheapest in the Market. MaB'tl/tar*d Golden BrOS.

Pi ni.Hj Vote H. J. Thoiki'OK Ar biter of Fashions and leader o-f Loir _Prices._

146

_ DIRECTORY. _

'

White Department.
Mann Miss Amanda, res Mrs Ann Blackburn Mann Miss Mary, res Mrs. Mary Mann Mann Miss Julia, res Mrs. Mary Mann Mann Mise Francis, res Mrs. Mary Mann Mann Mies Lerada, wks Swift nafg co, res W. I).
Howell Mann Miss Susan, wks G. J. Peacock, res A. G.
Prince Mann Mrs. Mary, res es Jackson, 2 h s Commerce Mann Rev. A. T,, pastor St. Paul's M. E. Church, res-
ws Troun, 1 h n Lee Manning Mrs. Malissa, wid, res Brownville Mansfield Bruce, wks E and P mills, res G. B. Mans
field Mansfield G. B., groceries, res Lively Mansfield Miss Julia, wks E and P miils, res G. B,,
Mansfield Maples Thomas, carpenter, res cor River and Craw
ford Mapp Miss Sallie, res Mrs. M A. Like Mark Lee, elk Nat. bank, bds Dr. Schley Martin Miss Hattie, dressmaker, bds Perry House Martin Mrs. Mary, wid, res Mrs. Mary Culpepper Martin Andrew A. R., elk E. W. Joines At Son, bds
same Martin Miss R., elk Mr6. H. Stevenson, res same Martin C. E., elk Abbott & Cooper, bds Mrs. Elizabeth
Cooper Martin Miss Eliza, res VV. R. Martin Martin W. R., res Brownville Martin Miss Elizabeth, res U. L. Martin Martin Thomas, wks E and P mills, res J. M. Fian-
nagan Martin Miss Jane, res W. R. Martin Martin Joseph, elk W. A. Martin, res Girard Martin W. L., notary public, res Girard
Martin Elizabeth, res Linwood Martin Miss Fannie, res Linwi>>! Martin-, compositor Enquin r-Sun, bds Mrs. J. A.
Rogers Martin Mrs. J. E , wid, res J. S. Harrison

DIRECTORY.

147

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White Department.

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--*

Martin James, lab, res 103 Troup

Martin Mrs Mollie, res James Martin

Martin John, wks bagping fact'y, res James Martin Martin Ben, foreman E and P mills, res cor Bryan
and Front

Martin Bud, wks E and P mills, res Benjamin Mar tin

Martin Miss Missouri, wks E and P mills, res Ben

Martin

Martin U L., genl agent, res Girard

eg

Martin W. D., conductor M. & G. R. R., res Pleasant 3

Oglethorpe Martin Mrs. Matilda, res Henry Sedbearj'

E&
x bds W. It. Sauls

Matley James, drayman, res Susan Matt

la Mattox Mrs. Nettie, wid, res Miss Eliza Kent

g Mattox A. J., house carpenter S. Smith, res Brownville

0< Mathews J. H., canvasser Wheeler & Wilson mfg co,

g res Girard

8'

Mathews James G., salesman J. Kyle & Co

Mathews J. S , cotton buyer, bds Perry House

Pi Matthews Mrs. Ann, wid, res Mrs. S. G. Faber

o Mathews E. J., machinist, res Brownville

Mathews Miss Ophelia, res E. J. Matthews

Mathews Charles, wks E and P mills, res E. J. Mat-

p Matthews W. D., elk J. B S ade, res es Jackson

Matthews James, moulder Col. Iron Wks, res 108

}> Oglethorpe

11** Matthew's Mrs. Mary, wid, res James Matthews

" Matthews Mrs. -, wid, res Linw'ood

fig Matthews A. S . supt E and P mills, 224 Broad

HQ Matthews Mrs. L, A., wid, res ws Forsyth Matthews George, res James Thornton

Matthews Miss Maggie, res Bussey's allev, 1 h e For syth

Ofig Matheson Miss L. C., res A. W. Matheson Matheson Miss M. A., res A. W. Matheson

Matheson Miss Jessie, les A. W. Matheson

Q,, Matheson George D., elk salesroom E and P mills,

>,gf res A W. Matheson. Maus Henry D., asst correspondent Blanchard A

Burrus, bds Wm. Ragland

l&l Maxwell J. B., elk Blanchard A Booth, bds Raiford

House



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DIRECTORY.

149 ft

White Department.

ft

Maxwell J. II, of Sneed & Maxwell, furniture, res

Lin wood

ft

Mayo Mrs. Rosa, wid, res Mrs M. L. Kirlin

Mays C. W., elk W R Moore, tds same Mays Miss Amanda, res Mrs. M. A. Lawrence

oW

Mays Miss Mary, res Miss Sallie Simmons

McAllister J. T', insurance, ss Pew, 2 h E Broad

McAllister Anthony, res J. T. McAllister McAlister Mrs. Lizzie, wid, res es Front

oft

McAllister James, wks E and P mills, McAllister

res William

ft M

McAllister & Foster, meat market, res Lively

U1

McAllister William, wks E and P mills, res Brown-

ville

McAllister Miss Sarah, res Thomas McAllister

ft

McAllister Thomas, of McAllister & Foster, res U

Lively

m

McArthur Daniel, c'.k Market, res es Oglethorpe, 2 h s St Clair

W

McArdle F. C., res 22 Broad

McArdle Owen, elk F. J. McArdle, res same

ft

McArdle Miss Katie, elk M. Joseph, res Frank McIn ft

tosh

t--t

McArdle F., of McArdle & Co., house furnishing, res 3

ws Troup, bet Thomas and Crawford McArdle Patrick, groceries, res cor Front and Dilling

Q

ham

McArdle Miss Margaret, res F. J. McArdle

McArdle Miss Cariie, res Frank McArdle McArdle C. L., of McArdle & Jones, res Brownville

OR
omfcj

McArdle Charles, merchant, res Alex Hall

McArdle Mrs. C, wid, res Frank McArdle McArdle Miss Mollie, res Frank McArdle

SB

McArdle Miss Josie, res Frank McArdle McArdle Miss Ellen, res Frank McArdle

2
*3

McArdle Miss Georgia, res Frank McArdle

y

McArdle Miss Alice, res F. J McArdle Me A u lay Mrs. S C., wid, res N Liberties

YOUR UHBRELLAS, TRUNKS,

RUBBER CO VIS ANl> HATS OS?' II. J. THORNTON.

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h

150

DIRECTORY

Mark W. jot|i|vSot| & do.,

37 Marietta Street, Atlanta, Ga.
SEEDS, FARM IMPLEMENTS,
--FERTILIZERS-

(xrasN and Clover Seeds
Agents for

Horse Rakes, Engines, and Davis Swing Churns
JDySend for prices of what you need.
PERRY HOUSE,
MRS, W. TABLE.
EATES--$1 50 per day. 8 00 per week.
jEHF^Tiansient ca3tom especially solicited.

I

White Department.

McBride Mrp. J. A., wid, res Joel Martin

McBride J. S., boiler maker Col. Iron Wks, ree es

River, nr M & G R R

McCown Martha, seamstress, res es Broad, 3 h s Frank

lin

McCart Melvin, elk W. H. H. Blankenship, res 6th

ward

McCarty Daniel, wks Col. Iron Wks, res Mrs. M. M.

McCarty

McCarty Mrs. Maggie, res ws McIntosh, 5 h s Early

McCarty George F., elk J. S. Jones, bds Mrs. J. A.

Rogers

McCarter Miss Mary, res Larkin McCarter

McCarter Larkin, lab, res sw cor Fulton and Mercer

McCauley Mrs. S C., wid, res Rose Hill

McChey Micheal, not. pub. and ex officio J. P., res n

e cor Baldwin and Oglethorpe

McLendon J. E., of McClendon & Co , dry goods, gro

ceries and saloon, res 247 Broad

McCollough Burwell, elk, res Brownville

McCollough Miss Perry, res Mrs. Mary McCollough

McCollough Miss Mary, wid, res Brownville

McCook William, res Mrs. W. M. McCook

McCook Mrs. W. M., res sw cor Woolfolk and Hamil

1H ton Road

gN

McCracken Miss Josie, wks E and P mills, res Mrs.

M. E. McCracken

McCracken Miss Belle, elk Mrs. M. A. Merchant,

ODU

Brownville

A

McCracken Miss Belle wks E and P mills, res Mrs. "H

M. E. McCracken

McCracken Mrs. M. E , wid, res Brownville McRae John, res Brownville

Ou
A

T UU Can Buy the Finest Make of
HATS at H. J. Thornton's.

152

DIRECTORY.

VICKERY k POSEY,

Corner Masonic Lot, Brownville, Ala.
GOOD PICTURES at Reasonable Prices>
im^CKELFORD,
Physician | Druggist
BROWNVILLE. - ALABAMA.
BOX 131, COLUMBUS.
=SlSrEW STORB!k=

Cor. Broad and Triangle, COLUMBUS, GA.
Of Every Description, Promptly to Order in Any Sized Lots.
Cor. Thomas and Broad Sts ,
COtMTKBWS, GJRftSA.

Tftllli Q CTi Uf A DT I JOB PRINTING of every description

| unn O9 u I i. V Mn I (_

executed with neatness

JjQB PRINTERS 36 Randolph Street?' Columbus, Ga

_DIRECTORY._153

White Department.
McCraney Mrs. Maggie, res John McCraney McCraney John, carpenter, res 103 Jackson McCrary Miss Alice, bds Mrs. Nancy Drawdy McCreaiy A. Y, peddler, res Lively McCroan H. M., res ws Jackson, 3 h s Franklin McCubbins John M., peddler, res 57 Front McCubbins Miss Mary, res John M. McCubbins McClune Lucinda, wks E and P mills, res M. E.
McClune McCune M. C., wks No. 1 E and P mills, res 5 S Ogle
thorpe McCune Miss M. A., wks No 1 E and P mills, res M.
C. McCune McCune John, wks No 3 E and P mills, res M. C. Me-
Cune McCullough E J., wks E and P mills, res Brownville McCutcheon Dr. R. H., physician and drugs, res
Lively McDaniel Miss Julia, res W. W. McDaniel McDaniel W. W., wagon yard, res nw cor Franklin
and Jackson McDaniel Miss Lizzie, res W. W. McDaniel McDaniel Miss M. L., res W. W. McDaniel McDaniel Miss Susan K., res W. W. McDaniel McDaniel Miss N. L., res W. W. McDaniel McDaniel J. W., policeman, res es Front, 2 h n Thomas McDaniel Thomas, carpenter, res Brownville McDoodle Elmira, res se cor Troup and Mercer McDonald-, wks E and P Mills, bds Robert Walsh
McDonald H., engineer M & G R R, res 87 Crawford McDonald Miss Lela, res H. McDonald McDonald M , drugs, bds Raiford House McDougal Mrs. T. L., wid, res T. D. Blanchard
McDougal Miss Alique, res T. D. Blanchard McDougal William, res Girard
McEachern E., res cor Lee and Oglethorpe, up stairs McEachern J. A., elk T. S. Young, res nw cor Ogle
thorpe and Washington
McEachern Frank, res E. M. McEachern McElhaney G. W., of Tigner & McElhaney, dentists,
res Troup, bet Bryan and Randolph

154

DIRECTORY.

White Department.
'McElrath Miss Mattie, res Wm. Hoover McGarvin Patrick, bds W. D. Rowe McGee Mrs. Isabel, res F, M. Gammon McGehee Mrs. N., res Brownville McGehee Miss Eudosia, res Mrs. N. McGehee McGehee Miss Sallie, student Col. Female Col, bds
same

McGehee Allen, elk warehouse, res A. C. McGehee McGehee Miss Lucy, res H. L. McGehee McGehee A. C., res ws Jackson. 1 h s Washington McGehee Miss Frankie, res H. L McGehee McGehee Miss --, res Mrs. M. A. Lilze
McGehee H. L., cotton buye'r, res ws Jackson, 2 k s Washington
McGinty Miss Mamie, res Mrs. F. L. Landon McGinty Miss Jennie, seamstress Mrs. F. L Landon McGoff John, watchman Planters' warehouse, res
Girard
McGoff Miss Ellen, res John McGoff McGonigal John, res Mrs M. A. :-:trupper .McGorran W., elk J. H. Connor & Co., res J. McGor-
ran

McGorran Miss Mary, res J. McGorran McGorran J., sewer boss, res 89 Crawford McGough John, Jr., elk John McGough, res ss Ran
dolph, nr Broad

McGough John, of John McGough & Co. res Glennville

McGough -, dry goods, res se cor Randolph and Front

McGovern W. T., elk J. H. Connor & Co., res W M. McGovern

McGovern Miss Mary, trimmer M. H. Lee, res James McGovern
McGovern W. M., of J. H. Connor & Co., gen mdse, res Jackson, nr Few
McGraw Mrs. A., wid, res Lively
McGraw Thomas, tobacco stripper W. H. Sauls, rea Brownville
Mein rail Miss Leona, res N. T. Mclnrail Mclnrail Miss Litta, res N. T. Mclnrail
.Mclnrail N. T., carpenter, res Brownville McJunkin J. D., upholsterer, res cor Thomas and
Oglethorpe

CANE MILLS to Run by Steam or Horse Power. Manufactured Q-olden BlOS.

DIRECTORY.

155

White Department.

McKay E. H., elk Wells & Curtis, res nw cor Broad

and Baldwin

McKay William, elk H. J. Thornton, res cor Broad

and Baldwin

McKay C. EL, elk Wells & Curtis, res Mrs. L. McKay

McKay W., elk Thornton's clothing store, res Mrs. L. McKay

McKay Mrs. L., res 225 Broad

McKendree Mrs. J. J., res ws Troup, 1 hsRR

McKinsey John, butcher, res Brownville

McKinney Emma, res junction Warren and Broad

McKinney W. H., gen mdse, res Brownville

McKinsey Miss Isabel, res John McKinsey

McKinsey Miss E., res Girard

McKinsey Miss Jane, res Girard

McKee J. Wiley, messenger boy W. U. tel. co., Ga Home building

McKee H. C., res ws Forsyth, 3 h n Franklin

McKee J. G., bkkr Swift mfg co, res es Forsyth, 3 h

n Franklin

McKee Bourke, elk J. D. Huff, res J. G. McKee

McKendry Miss Rosa, res J. J. McKendry

McKnight G. W., miller Empire mills, res cor Ogle

thorpe and Few

McKnight J. H., miller Empire mills, res cor Ogle

thorpe and Few

McKnight George B., supt Empire mills, 68 Ogle thorpe

McKnight Miss Mabel, res George B. McKnight

McLean Mrs. M. H., res W. C. Pease

McLendon J. E., of McLendon & Co, groceries, res w s Broad

McLester Mrs. Laura, wid, res Dr. T. W. Battle

McLester C. G., brickmason, res nw cor Troup and Thomas

McMahon Dennis, of Fee & McMahon, plumbers, bds

Mrs. -- Lawrence

McMichael Mrs. Martha, cigar maker Mrs. A. Posada

McMichael W. J., res W. P. Kemp

McMichael L. M., res W. M. Monday

McMichael Mrs. Carrie, res ne cor Washington and Troup

McMichael William, bartender, res ns Baldwin, 1 h e

Jackson

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ji

McMichael W S , res 112 Broad

'i

McMicken J T., res Mrs. N. McMicken

)\

McMicken Mrs. N., wid, res ss Bryan cor Front 11

McNeal J. M., lawyer, res ws Forsyth, 4 h n Thomas 11

McNeal William, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. M. R 11

McNeal

4 >1

McNeal Mrs. M. F., res ws Forsyth, 5 h s Few

!i

McNeal Miss L. B., res Mrs. M. F. McNeal

McNeal C., wks J. L. Pollard, res Brownville

11

McNeal Jessie Mav, res Mrs. M. F. McNeal

11

McNeal Miss Ida, res Mrs. M. F. McNeal

McNeill J. M., of McNeill & Levy, lawyers

if i

McNeely C., elk I. L. Pollard, res Brownville

McNinch S , wks A. M. Elledge, bds Mrs. M. A. Kilpat-1

rick

McNorton Mrs. Lucy, res Mrs. E. Bowler

1

McPhail J. D., master machinist C&RRB shops, re; 1

Bryan, 1 h w McIntosh

_J

McSwain William, wks E and P mills, res Miss Carrie 1

McSwain

McSwain Mrs. N., res Brownville

McSwain Miss Carrie, res cor Bryan and Front

McSwain Miss R., res Miss Carrie McSwain

Meadows Jesse, elk Central Hotel

Melton William, elk McKenzie,_ res.Brownville

Melton John, carpenter, res William Melton

-

Melline Jesse, night watchman Brown's steam mill,

res cor Washington and Forsyth

Miller James, mechanic, res 30 Oglethorpe



Melvin Mrs. Lizzie, wid, wks E and P mills, bds Mrs. .

Mary Nelson

;

Merrill Mrs. S. B., bds Perry House

Methune A. J., res cor Broad and Few

,

Meyer Miss Leona, res Mrs. M. E. Meyer

Meyer Miss Ida, res Mrs. M. E. Myer

;

Meyer Mrs. E., wid, res 214 Broad

Meyer Miss Fannie, res Mrs. M. E. Myer

_,

Meyer L., internal revenue officer, res ss St. Clair, 2b .

w Troup Meyer Charles W., ticket agt M & G R R, res 57 Ogle-

thorpe Meyer William, shoes, res ns Oglethorpe, nr Thomas
Middleton S. W., elk Johnson & Co, res Brownville
Middleton Miss Jessie, wks E and P mills, res Brown

ville

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157

White Department.

Miadlebrook H., elk Mark A. Bradford, res 94 Broad

Middlebrook T. E , gen mdse, res 24 Broad

Mills James, wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Mills Mrs. E., wid, res John Bullard

Mills Miss Dollie, res Miss Elizabeth Mills

Mills Miss Elizabeth, res ne cor Franklin and Broad

Mills Miss Sallie, res Mrs. Elizabeth Mills

Miller George T., baggage master union depot, res es

McIntosh, nr Crawford

Miller Joseph F., groceries, res Miss A N. Miller

Miller Mattison, res J. T. Roland

Miller William, wks bagging mills, res J. T. Roland

Miller J. W., of Miller & Co., fish, oysters and saloon,

res 188 Broad Miller Jesse, fireman M & G R R, res G W. Cordray

Miller Miss Annie, res David Ransom

Miller Mrs. E., wid, res David Ransom

Miller Barton, wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Miller Mrs. Elizabeth, res William Miller

Miller William, res es McIntosh, 3 h n Crawford

Miller Miss A. N., res 30 Baldwin

Miller John, of Miller & Bates, bds Brown House

Miller Miss Julia, bds Mrs. A. McGraw

Milton W. H., elk W. H McKinney, res Brownville

Milton Dr. B. M , physician, res Brownville

Milton Miss Sallie, res Dr. B. M. Milton

Milton Miss Mary, wks E and P mills, res Dr. B. M.

Milton

Milton Miss Mattie, res Dr. B. M. Milton

Milford R. W., elk H. F. Everett res 6 Troup

Minor --, carpenter, bds Planters' House

Miskowskie Lewis, tailor, res 41 Oglethorpe

Mitchell F. M., wks gas house, res ws River, nr E and

P mills

Mitchell William, machinist, bds Mrs. M. C. Lary

Mitchell Mrs. S. A., wid, res Mrs. S. J. Lankeuship

Mitchell Milfred, machinist Swift mfg co, res ss

Baldwin, 3 h e Forsyth

Mitchell Miss Anna, res Milfred Mitchell Mitchell W. C., printer, res J. T. Johnson Mitchell T. H. prop City mills, res Linwood

s
3

Moat Jesse, carpenter, res N Liberties

Sts

Moat Miss Julia, res Mrs. Elizabeth Kerlie

Moat James, moulder Golden Bros, res ns Baldwin,

nr River

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tf

158_DIRECTORY._

White Department.

Moat Miss Emma, res Mrs. Sallie Luckey

Moat Charles, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. H. Moat

Moat Mrs. Henrietta, res N Liberties

Monroe M., truck farmer, res Wynnton

11

Monroe -, compositor Enquirer-Sun, res Mrs. R

A. Clark

1

Monte J. G., cutter G. J. Peacock, res es Forsyth, bet

Crawford and St. Clair

1

Monk Thomas, res John Monk

1

Monk James M., elk Perry Spencer

1

Monk John, res N Liberties

1

Moon James W., gardener, res Lively

1

Moon Robert, carpenter, res Brownville

1

Moon James G , librarian Columbus Public Library, 1

bds Mrs. H. Cook

Moon P. R., wks E and P mills, res Girard

Moon N. M. C., wks E and P mills, res Girard

Moon John, wks E and P mills, res Girard

Moon Miss Maggie, wks Muscogee mills, res Robert 1

Moon

Moon-, bds William Ragland

Monday W, M., livery, res 9 Troup

Montgomery Joseph, wks E and P mills, res M. A.

Montgomery

Montgomerys Arthur, boss spinning room E and P

mills, res Brownville

Montgomery Mrs. M. A., wid, res 100 Front

Montgomery Miss Eliza, wks E and P mills, res Mrs.

M. A. Montgomery

Montgomery Miss A., wks E and P mills, res Mrs. M.

A. Montgomery

Montgomery A. Q., of Johnson & Co, groceries, res

Brownville

Montgomery Miss M., wks E and P mills, res Mrs. M.

A. Montgomery

Mootey A. P., teacher Columbus Female College, bds

same

Mootey Miss Minnie, student Columbus Female Col

lege, bds same

Mootey H. M., cashboy J. S. Jones, res A. P. Mooty

Mooty C. P., stock boy J. Kyle

Moore Mrs. Julia, res Mrs. S. A. Palmer

Moore Miss Emma, elk Louis Lowenthal & Co., res

Mrs. Sarah Luckie

mill O etTETUf ADT LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, UHN Oi oltWAnl CARDS, etc., at Short Notice.

STEAM POWER PRINTER COLimBUS,P'J-` 1 "ga.

DIRECTORY.

159

White Department.

Moore Robert, elk Louis Lowenthal & Co, res Brown-

ville

O

Moon William, wks W. A. Willingham, res Brown-

j ville

Moore R. W, elk J. F. Moore, res Brownville

Moore J. F., grocer, res Brownville

Moore Miss Ruth, res es Oglethorpe

Moore Miss Nora, res Mrs. J. Moore Moore Rueben, res ws Mercer, 2 h s Franklin Moore Robert, student, res W. R Moore

pi *f3
It

r Moore Mrs. J., wid, res Brownville

!o

Moore Miss Sarah, wks

Muscogee

mills,

res Reuben

p P*
P,

Moore

o jB

Moore Mrs. C., wid, res T. C. Moore

Ss og;

Moore Thomas C., wks E and P mills, res Brownville PtS

[ Moore Nellie, bds Madame M. Gathrie Moore B J , elk M. Loeb, res same

og

Moore Andrew, student, res W. R Moore

Moore Robert, res John Moore
, Moore B. J., elk, bds Moses Loefb Moore Miss Beatrice, res John Moore

*--
aQS>*pV5)

Moore W. R , groceries, res 1 h s Early

Moore Mrs. R F., wid, res ss Baldwin, 4 h w Jackson

Moore Frank, res Brownville [ Moore R. W , elk, res Brownville
Moore Joe, lab, bds A. M. Patrick

If
s&s .

I Moore Miss Jennie, res 37 Oglethorpe

bt

Moore Miss Effie, res T. S Young

-*0O

i Moore M. M., elk city council, res 230 Broad Moore Martha, wash'n, res Anna Moore

2b
00

[ Moore T. H., steamboat agt, res Oglethorpe, 2 h s

i

Early Moore Annie, seamstress, res 4 Forsyth Moore Miss P. R., wks E and P mills, res Reuben

4 52

Moore Moore carpenter E and P mills, res Brownville

II

Moore Mies Eva, student, res W. R. Moore

Q O

;

Moore Miss L D., wks E and P mills, res Reuben
Moore Moore Miss Alice, wks E and P mills, res John
Moore

eessrggP* st.

160

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Moore William, wks Muscogee mills, res Reuben Moore
Moore J. T., tailor G. J. Peacock, res Mrs. R. F. Moore

Moore Miss Lula, res John Moore Moore John, wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Moore Miss Emma, wks E and P mills, res Reuben

Moore Moore Miss M. A., wks E and P mills, r^s Reuben

Moore Morton Mrs. E., wid, res 61 Forsyth

Moreland Mrs. M J., wid, res A. A. Dozier Moreland P. T . elk W. Cohn, res A. A. Dozier Moorhead Thomas, machinist, res Brownville

Moorhead William, wks E and P mills, res Thomas

Moorhead Morgan J. P., student, res J. A. Morgan Morgan J. A , elk John McGough & Co., res es McIn

tosh, 1 h s Fulton Morris Mrs E., tailoress H. J. Thornton, res ws Ogle

thorpe, bet Washington and Woolfolk Morris Miss Mattie, res J. W, Morris Morris Miss M. L., tailoress H. J. Thornton, res Mrs.

E. Morris Morris Y. S., wks No. 3 E and P mills, res J. W.

Morris Morris Mrs. Catherine, res Farmer Hill

Morris J. C., res N Liberties Morris T. -T., elk, bds Mrs. E. A. Lott Morris E. H., wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Morris J. A., wks No 4 E and P mills, res J. W. Morris Morris J. W., wks No 3 E and P mills, res es Troup,

nr Washington Morris Mrs. Rebecca, wid, res Danville Morris

Morris Miss Fannie, res Farmer Hill Morris Danville, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Morris Gnnby, carpenter, res Brownville Morris Mrs. Allen, tailoress LI. J. Thornton, res Brown

ville Morris James, dyer E and P mills, res ws Oglethorpe,

7 h n Washington

Morrison J. T., elk J. Albert Kirven, res Rose Hill

Morrison Mrs. Lula, wid, res Mrs. Mary Stolz

t('||

Mormen Thomas J., mechanic, res N Liberties

Mormen Miss Lula, res Thomas J. Mormen

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161

White Department.

Mormen Miss Fannie, res Thomas J. Mormen

Moss William wks Swift mfg co, res ns Baldwin, nr

River Moss Mrs. E., wid, res William Moss

Moses John, lab, res ws McIntosh, nr Washington

Moses Isaac, res Girard Moschel J. H., blacksmith, res es Oglethorpe, opp

Market Moschel Miss Mary, res J. H. Moschel Moschel Henry, bartender Rankin House bar, bds

same Moschel Robert, blacksmith, res J. H. Moschel

Mote Miss Elizabeth, wks E and P mills, res T. J.

Mote Mote John, wks E and P. mills, res J. J. Mote

Mote Miss Mary, wks E and P mills, res J. J. Mote

Mote J. J., res Brownville Mott J. R., elk J. B. Holst & Co, bds Perry House

Mott Mrs. J. R., bds Perry House Moulder Joe, elk E. M. Walsh, bds Brown House

Moye C. W., elk W. R. Moore, bds same Mulford R. M., cashier Chattahoochee National

Bank, res nw cor Bryan and McIntosh

Mullin J. W., elk Pearce & Co., res Brownville

Mullen John, res Brownville Mullins Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, grocer, res N Liberties

Mullins Miss Edna, res Mrs. Josephine Mullins

Mullins Miss Ella, res Mrs. Josephine Mullins

Mullins Mrs. Josephine, res ss Baldwin, 2 h e For

syth Mullins Elijah, res ws Oglethorpe, 3 h n Lee

Munn R. K., tel. opr, res Mrs Janet Williams

Munn S. G , res Mrs. Janet Williams

Munn Miss S. S., res Mrs. L. E. Saunders Munn D. E., mate steamer Rebecca Everingham, res

nw cor Crawford and McIntosh

Munroe M. F., vegetables, res Wynnton

Munroe C. W , vegetables, res W\nnton

Munroe Miss Ida, teacher Col. Female Col., res same

Munroe S H., vegetables, res Wynnton

Munday William, of Munday & Robinson, livery, res

9 Troup Murdoch R. B., elk G. J. Peacock, res cor Lee and

Troup

162

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

0 Murdoch A. C,, elk James E. Cargill, res R. B. Mur

R
R0

doch, Sr Murdoch R B , insurance, res cor Lee and Troup

PI Murdoch Miss Mollie, res R. B. Murdoch

Murdoch Miss Harriet, res R B Murdoch

o Murdoch Robert, res R. B. Murdoch

Hhmh*

Murdoch Arthur, res R. B. Murdoch Murray Miss Mary, res J. P. Murray

fl Murray J. P., gun and locksmith, res es Oglethorpe Murray Miss Laura, wks E and P mills, bds Mrs. S.

Brumbelow

Murphy Miss Martha, res Mrs. M. A. Hooten

-d Murphy Miss Anna, res Mrs M. A. Hooten

P(H Murphy Miss Emma, res Mrs. Mary Davis An Murphy G. W., student res A. Murphy

Nelson Miss Patience, res Lafayette Nelson

u Newberry J. A., peddler, res 51 Front

OHN S. STEWART, THE

36 R-aPndR olpIhN St.,TCoE lumRbn,s-, Gft.

DIRECTORY.

163

White Department.

Newberry Miss Susan, wks Temperance Hall, res J.
A. Newberry Newberry Thomas J., wks Brown's factory, res J. A.

Newberry Newberry W. E., peddler, res J. A. Newberry Newman Walter, elk Jordan & Blackmar Newman Miss Mary, wks E and P mills, res W. T.
Newman Newman W. J., wks Southern plow co, res Girard Newman W. T., res Brownville Newman J. T., wheelwright, bds D. R. Bize Newman T., restaurant and saloon, res 83 Jackson
Newsom Frank, res Mrs. Susan Newsom Newsom G. L., wks E and P mills, res John Newsom Newsom Philip, wks E and P mills, res John Newsom Newsom Oscar, wks E and P mills, res John Newsom Newsom Miss Mary, res Mrs. Susan Newsom Newsom William, elk E. M. Johnson, bds William

Ragland Newsom Carter, res es Oglethorpe, 1 h n Woolfolk
Newsom Serena, res Carter Newsom Newsom James, res Brownville Newsom John, res N Liberties Newsom Miss Mary, res Carter Newsom
Newsom John, res Lively Newsom Mrs. Susan, wid, res Brownville Newsom W. R., elk E. M. Johnson, bds William Rag

land Newsom Miss Ella, res John Newsom Newsom Miss Francis, res John Newsom Newsom D. M., res John Newsom Newsom John, res Brownville Newsom Miss C. L.. res Brownville Newsom Miss M. E., res James Newsom Newsom Julius, wks E and P mills, res J. T. Jackson
Niblit John, res E. B. Ni lit Niblit Ellis, carpenter, res E. B. Niblit Niblit Miss Katie, res E. B. Niblit
Niblit Mrs. R., wid, res Lively Niblit E. B , wagon yard, res Lively
Nice Mrs. Georgia, res Lively

io/i 164

DIRECTORY.
White Department.

Nix George, res Girard

&
CD

Nix Miss Nancy, res Mrs M. H. Welsh Nix A. J., master mechanic, res 58 Front

Nix Mildred, res A. J. Nix o Nix J. P., apprentice, res A. J. Nix

Noble W. C , res John Hardis

Noble C. T., meat, res Wynnton

Noble William, wks E and P mills, res ss Franklin,

2 h e Broad

.

Noble H. C., wks Col. Iron Wks, res Mrs. M. E.

t3

King

Noble William, butcher, res Rose Hill

Noble Miss A., res William Noble

O' Noer James, bkkpr John Cargill, res Mrs. H. Gordy

Noes Mrs. Sallie, res es Oglethorpe, 6 h n Lee

KJ

Noes Miss Anna, wks bagging Noes

mill, res Mrs. Sallie

Noes J. M., fisherman, res Lively

Norris W. J., wks Muscogee mills, res Lively

Norris Mrs.-, wid, res Brownville

Norris George A., bds Mrs. M A. Kilpatrick

Norris Miss Drusilla, wks E and P mills, res Mrs.

-Norris

Norris B. F., peddler, res Lively

Norris Mrs. N , res Lively

Norris Miss Ida, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. -- Nor

ris

Norris Miss- Laura, wks E and P mills, res Mrs --

Noiris

Norman R. M., of Johnston & Norman, mdse brokers,

res Jackson, bet Randolph and Bryan

Norman J. T., elk D. R. Bize, bds same

Norman John, elk M. Joseph, res J. M. Estes

Norman Miss J. M., res J. N. Pease

Norman John P, elk J. Joseph

Norman Miss Bettie, res R. M. Norman

Norman Mrs. L. J., wid, res R. M. Norman

Norsworthy William, wks Muscogee, res ns Frank

Kl lin, 1 h e Broad
$ Nowlan Mrs. M , wid, res Mrs. M. A. Sammis
Nowlan Miss M. A., res Mrs M. A. Sammis

Nuckolls J. K, of J. Kyle & Co, wholesale dry goods,

9

bds Fontaine House

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DIRECTORY.

165

O WTiite Department. AKES MRS. SARAH, wid, res W. H. Sedberry

Oakes Miss Fannie, wks E and P mills, res Miss

Annie Edwards

O'Brien Miss Stella, res Matt O'Brien

O'Brien Matt, manager So, Ex. co, res ws Broad, 7 h

n Randolph O'Brien M. J., correspondent E and P mills, res Matt

O'Brien

O'Brien W. P., butcher, res 10 S Troup

O'Brien Sidney, res W. P. O'Brien

O'Brien Miss Nellie, res W. P. 0 Brien

O'Brannon W. S-, carpenter, res Girard

O'Connor Hugh, boss dyer Swift mfg co, res Troup

Odom John, elk Godwin & Dixon, res A. Odom

Odom Miss Mattie, res Richard Grubb

Odom Miss Eliza, res Miss Katie Cary Odom William, wks No 1 E and P mills, res sw cor

Front and Crawford Odom A., city sexton, res ws Oglethorpe, 3 b n Frank-

Odom William, Jr., wks No 1 E and P mills, res Wil

liam Odom

T. .

Odom J. D., saloon, res ns Crawford, 2 h w McIntosh

Ogletree Miss L. R., wks E and P mills, res J. T.

Ogletree Ogletree J. T., res Brownville Ogletree J. P., elk G. H. Keys, res Pleasant Ogletree
Ogletree Miss V. E., res Pleasant Ogletree
Ogletree Miss M. M., res Pleasant Ogletree Ogletree Pleasant, hostler SWRR depot, res 33 hor-

syth Ogletree Miss P., bds Robert Giles Ogletree Miss Narcissa, res A. 0. Young Ogletree Mrs. Lou, res William Jones Ogletree Mrs. Laura, wid, res Girard Ogletree Mrs. M. D., wid, res Girard Olephant Mrs. M. J., res Dr. J J. Butts Olephant Homer, wks E and P mills,

Butts Oliver Patrick, contractor, bds Planter s House

Oliver Julia, res es Broad, nr junc Warren Oliver Thomas, contractor, bds Planter's House

Oliver Hope, elk bagging factory, bds Mrs. J. B.

Oliver

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166

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Oliver T., res Brownville

Oliver Mrs. J. B., boarding, res se cor Randolph and Front

O'Neal W. L., elk John McGough & Co, res ss Ran dolph, nr Broad

Opry H., boss city laborers, res ns Baldwin, nr River

Orange A., wks No. 1 E and P mills, bds Mrs. Mary

Seigel

Orange Elizabeth, res Mrs. Nancjr Painter

Orr J. K, of J. Kyle & Co, dry goods

Orr Miss Addie, res Mrs. C. L. Kyle

Osborn J. P., res J. M. Osborn

Osborn J. M., painter, res Brownville

Oswald Miss Fannie, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. T. Oswald

Oswald Mrs. T., wid, res Brownville

Otman John, res Miss S. Otman

Otman Miss S., res Lively

Otman Miss Sarah, res Miss S. Otman

Ousley Mrs. Amanda, wid, res 19 Forsyth

Outler R. A., compositor, res Brownville

Outler Mrs. Mary, res William Phillips

Owen H. T., groceries, res ws Oglethorpe, bet Wash

ington and Lee

Owens Miss Julia, res J. S. McBride

Owens Mrs. M. E., wid, res 46 Oglethorpe

Owens Henry, groceries, res Mrs. R, G. Williams

Owens Henry, bailiff, res N Liberties

Owens Mrs. Regina, wid, tailoress, res 258 Broad

Owens Miss A., elk M. Joseph, res es Broad, nr Early

Owens Miss Regina, dressmaker, res Mrs. Regina

Owens

Owens Miss Annie, res Mrs. Regina Owens

Owens Mrs. M,, res R. V. Page

PAGE MISS LOU, res Brownville

Page Miss Melvina, res Miss Lou Page

Page Ri V., wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Pagget Moses, carpenter, res Girard

Palmer D. B., bkkpr R. H. England, res Mrs. M. A.

Palmer

Palmer Miss Maria, res Mrs. M. A. Palmer

Palmer C. B., of C. B. Palmer & Co, drugs, res es

Oglethorpe, bet Thomas and Baldwin

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DIRECTORY.

167

White Department.

M Palmer Mrs. S A., res es Oglethorpe, s limits
Palmer E. B., freight agt W R R co, res Mrs.

M.

A.

> 3

Palmer

Palmer Burt, res Dr. C B. Leitner

3

Palmer Miss Nannie, res Mrs. M. A. Palmer

Palmer Mrs M. A., wid, res 32 Oglethorpe

Palmer Miss M. L., student, res John H. Palmer Palmer C. B., druggist, res Mrs. M. A. Palmer Palmer Mrs. Caroline, wks Swift mfg co, bds Mrs.
E. C. Slappy

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M Palmer John H., policeman, res ws Troup, 2 Thomas Park H. S., cotton buyer, res 52 Forsyth Parks John, compositor, bds Mrs. E A, Clark Parham Mrs. E. T., res J. Womack Parham Miss Elizabeth, yes J. Womack Parris Mrs. Sarah, wid, res E. W. Blau

h

s

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Parish Mrs. C., wid, res Mrs. M. Sullivan

Parry Lutitia, res J. T. Parry

U

Parry John T,, carpenter, res Brownville Parker William, supt Muscogee mill, bds Perry

Ul

> Partillar James, boss chain gang, res ss Crawford, 2 W h w jail

Pardue Mrs. P., wid, res Mrs. Mary Smith

Parkinson House

Stephen,

supt

Swift

mfg co,

bds

Perry

3

Passmere N. S., groceries, res Randolph, next postoffice Pate W. T., barber shop, res Brownville Pate J. W., compositor, res 36 Jackson

3
Q

Pate W. P., carpenter, res Brownville

*

Pate Miss Mary, res W. P. Pate Pate Miss Ella, res W. P. Pate

B

Patton George, res 89 Crawford

m

Patton Mrs. M. A., wid, res Henry Bruce

Patton Miss C. D., res Henry Bruce Patton Miss M. J., res Mrs. Eliza Patton

SH

Patton Miss S. A., res Mrs. Eliza Patton

2

Patton Mrs. Eliza, wid, res Brownville

Patilla Dave, wks E and P mills, res Lively

Patilla Miss Julia, res'Lively

Patilla Miss F., res Miss Julia Patilla

$

Patrick J. H., res W. A. Willis Patrick Mrs. Sarah, res cor Thomas and W Forsyth

StJ

Patrick P., res Mrs. Sarah Patrick

168

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Patrick A. M., butcher, res 106 Jackson Patrick Charles, apprentice Col Iron Wks, res Mrs.

Georgia Patrick Patrick Mrs Georgia, wid, seamstress, ws Jackson, 2

h s Baldwin Patterson Miss Dana, res ws McIntosh, 1 h s Franklin

Patterson R. A., elk James E. Deaton Patterson J. J., elk William Beach & Co Patterson Julia, servt Mrs. Georgia Patrick Patterson R. A, elk J. E. Deaton, res ss Early, bet

Oglethorpe and Broad Patterson W. F., gas fitter, res Brownville _

Patterson A. E., res es Forsyth, 5 h n St. Clair

Paul Mrs M., wid, res Brownville Payne J. M., of Jones & Payne, genl mdse, res Brown-

ville Payne Jesse, wks Muscogee mills, res Mrs. Mosell

Forsyth Payne Mrs. C., wid, res Brownville

Payne Francis M., res Mrs. C. Payne Payne James, res Mrs. C. Payne Peabody Miss Mary, res M. M. Moore Peabody John, lawyer, res 226 Broad Peabody John W., of Peabody, Little & Brannon, law

yers, res cor Broad and Baldwin Peabody, Little & Brannon, lawyers, Crane's corner

Peabody Miss Sallie, res John Peabody Peabody John, Jr., elk M. & M. Bank, res John Pea

body Peabody Miss Mamie, res John Peabody

Peabody Miss Fannie, res John Peabody Peabody William, bkkpr Col. Iron Wks, res John

Peabody Pear Miss Sallie, res Mrs, Tillie Pear Pear Mrs. Tillie, wks Muscogee mills, res es Front
Pearce W. J., manager Wheeler & Wilson Mfg Co,

bds T. J. Pearce Pearce J. T., groceries, res ws Broad, bet Franklin

and Bridge Pearce J. F., elk J. K. Pearce, res same

Pierce Charles, bds Miss Clara Rooney Pearce J. T., of Pearce & Co, groceries, res cor Bryan

and McIntosh Pearce John, groceries, res ws Broad, 5 h s Franklin

DIRECTORY.

169

White Department.

Pearce Mrs. Jane, wid, res Girard

Pearce Miss S. J., res Mrs. Jane Pearce

Pearce T. J., groceries, res 60 McIntosh

Pearce Miss Mary, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. JanePearce

Pearce T. J., res ws Broad, 4 h s Franklin

Pearson Miss Isabella, res James Pearson

Pearson Robert, res James Pearson

Pearson James, farmer, res Lively

Pease J. W., of J. W. Pease & Sons, books, etc., res 204 Broad

Pease J. N., of J. W. Pease & Sons, books, res J. W. Pease

Pease W. C., of J. W. Pease & Sons, books, res 92 Troup

Pease E. L., elk Allen Bros., es Broad, 2 h n Thomas

Peasle H. A., wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Pecot George, opr telephone exchange, res Mrs. An derson

Peddy David, wks No 2 E and P mills res William Blackwell

Peddy Wiley, elk N. S. Passmore, res Brownville

Peddy Miss Annise, res F. B. Peddy

Peddy F. B , machine agent, res Brownville

Pekor V., watchmaker C. Chainnborg, bds Joseph Jepson

Pekor Joseph, wks Col. Iron Wks, bds Joseph Jepson

Pekor V. J., elk T. S. Spear, res ws Broad, nr St. Clair

Penn Miss Katie, res George B. Nease

Perry John, compositor, bds Planter's House

Perry William, vegetables, res Bellwood

Persons A. P., drummer J. A. Lewis & Co., bdsRaiforet House

Perkins Miss Tabitha, res Peter Preer

Petty Miss Fannie, wks Swift mfg co, res Miss Lizzie Petty

Petty Miss Lizzie, wks Swift mfg co, res ns Washing

ton, 4 h w Oglethorpe

Phelps George, dentist, res ns St. Clair, 2 h w Jackson

Phelps Mrs. B., dressmaker, res W. D. Affleck

Phelps Miss Gertrude, student, res George Phelps

Phips Miss Mable, student, res George Phelps

Phius C. V., res ss Washington, nr Oglethorpe

PhilpotO. S., architect, bds Perry House

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270

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Thillipon John, groceries, res Dillingham, bet Front

and Bridge

, ,,,

.

"Phillips E , elk W R R, res es Forsyth. 2 h n St Clair

Phillips Miss Mary, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. IS.

Norris Phillips Mrs. C. A., wid, res Mrs. J Johnson Phillips Miss Jennie, wks Jesse Snyder

Phillips J. H., canvasser Singer mfg co "Phillips Miss Susan, res Miss Mollie Phillips

Phillips Miss Mollie, res Brownville

Phillips Charles, res Rose Hill Phillips Miss Marion, res Charles Carroll

Phillips J. F., res Brownville Phillips Alice, res Rachael Phillips
Phillips Miss M., res Mrs. G. D. Gaither Phillips L J., supt T. L. Gruzard's, lumber yard, res

es Troup, 2 h s Baldwin Phillips Mrs. L. C,, wid, res 89 Jackson Phillips Miss Jennie, res Mrs. L. C. Phillips

Phillips Rachael, res Girard Phillips Morgan, elk - Greer, res Mrs. L. 0.

PhillipsPWilliam, wks E and P mills, res ns Wash
ington. 5 h w Jackson Phillips Charles, wks E and P mills, res Brownville
Phillips J. M., elk R, S. Grier Pitts Mrs. Mary, wid, res 7 S Oglethorpe .Pitts Miss Eugenia, wks E and P mills, res Mrs.
Mary Pitts Pickett Zeno, lieut police, res ws River Pickery Savannah, res John Barbee Pickven Mrs L., wid, res Brownville Pickven Madison, wks S W depot, res Brownvule Pickven Miss Martha, res Mrs. L. Pickven Pickven Edmund, res Mrs. L Pic a van Pickven Miss Queenie, res Mrs. L. Pic^v n Pierce C. H.,clk I L. Pollard, res Summerville Ala Pierce Mrs. MHlissa, res es Oglethorpe, 2 h n Wash

Pierce George, bkkr city mills, res ws Oglethorpe Pike Miss Imcinda, wks E and P mills, res Zion
Pike ` Pike Zion, peddler, res Brownville . Pike Miss Anna, res Mrs. Rebecca Pike

Pitts Wesley, wks E and P mills, res Chesley Pitts ^

Pitts Chesley, carpenter, res Lively

1-0

Pitts Miss Lizzie, res Mrs. William Pitts

Pitts Miss Mary, saleslady Colvin & Donnelly, res W

Mrs. William Pitts

q

Pitts W. D., machinist, res Lively

,3

Pitts Mrs William, wid, res cor Front and Dilling-

ham

4-^

Pittmann Miss Carrie, res George L. Lapman

Q

Pittman Miss Carrie, wks E and P mills, res J. M. 1--4

Flanagan

Pittman James, wks E and mills, res Mrs. M. A, rn

Kay

a

Pittman Webb, wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Pittman Mrs. Eliza, wid, res Daniel Casey

Pittman John, wks E and P mills, res Brownville O

Pittman Rebecca, res ns Mercer, 3 h n Early

rtj

Pittman Miss Laura, res Mrs Carrie Me Michael

4--4

Pittman T. J., wks Golden Bros., res Brownville

Pittman N. W., wks E and P. mills, res Lively

p"

Pittman Marion, res John Pittman

Pittman Miss Luella, res John Pittman

4-0

Pittman Miss Sarah, wks E and P mills, res J. M. M

Flanagan

^

Pittman Miss Narcissa, wks G. J. Peacock, res J. M. Q

Flanagan

Poe J. J., supt Central Stables, bds -Mrs. M. A. Kil- ^

Patrick

0H

Poer W. S, merchant, res Lively

Poer Aaron, elk W. S. Poer, res same

Pointer Mrs. Nancy, res Mrs. Nancy Pointer

ZM

Pollard M. J., res Wynnton

Pollard I. L., groceries, res cor Broad and Franklin

Pollard Miss Mollie, res junction Warren and Broad x

Pomeroy Miss Ella, res F. A. Pomeroy

ST

Pomeroy F. A., pattern maker, res cor Jackson and "a

Pomeroy J. F., asst mailing clerk Enquirer-Sun, res

T. A. Pomeroy

hw

Pond Miss Annie, res G. Y. Pond

H

Pond Miss Callie, res G. Y. Pond



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36 Bandolph St., Columbus, Ga.

172

DIRECTORY.

White Department,

Pond W. E., deputy clerk, res G. Y. Pond Pond G. Y., Clerk Sup Court, res 12 Jackson Ponce Antonio, cigar mfr, res Oglethorpe Ponce Miss C. A., res Antonio Ponce Pool W. T., dentist, res 68 N Forsyth _ Poore William, merchant, res Brownville Pope C. W., Singer s machine agt, res 98 Front Pope Mrs. C. T., wid, res William Redd
Porterent Thomas, wks E and P mills, res Girard Porter E. B., pressman Thomas Gilbert, res 57 Ogle-

thorpe

_^

Porter W. D., machinist, res J. C. Porter

Porter J. C., drummer Col Iron Wks, res 48 Thomas-

Porter C. T., res 43 Troup

Posada Mrs. A... wid, cigar mfr, res 41 Randolph

Posey Mrs. M. E., wid, res Brownville

Posey Miss Carrie, res Mrs. M, E. Posey

Posey Miss Mollie, res Mrs. M E. Posey

Posev Mrs. Elizabeth, wid, res Brownville

Posey Miss Betty, res Mrs M. E. Posey

Posey William, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. M. R>

Pn^pv
Posey W. G , of Vickery & Posey, photographers, res

Brownvile

,,

Posey J. R , wks E and P mills, res Mrs. E. Posey

Pou Joseph, student, res J. F. Pou

Pou Walter, elk J. H. Gabriel, res J. F, Pou

Pou Dozier, elk J. A. Walker, res J. F. Pou

Pou J. F., lawyer, res ns St. Clair, 1 h w Forsyth

Pou Felder, shipping elk Ala. warehouse, res J. r-

Pou

,,

Powers Annie, res ws Mercer, 5 bsJ^ew

Powers Charles, lab, res Annie Powers

Powell Mrs.-, res cor Bryan and Front

Powell Miss Martha, res Mrs. E. Brown

Powell R. C., res C. G. McLester

Powell Miss Lizzie, wks E and P mills, res Mrs.

PowMl^Charles, foreman Times office, bds William

Powell Freeman, wks No. 1 E and P, res Mrs. M. Powell

DIRECTORY.

173

White Department.
Powell Mrs. M , wid, res cor River and Crawford Powell Willis, res Mrs. Powell Powell William, wks Swift mfg co, res Lively Poyner Joseph, carpenter, res ss Woolfolk, 1 h w
Oglethorpe Poyner Mrs E , wid, res Joseph Poyner Poyner Henry, res Girard Poyner Miss E,, res Henry Poyner Praddy William, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Pratt H. J., supt fertilizer manufactory, bds Rankin

House Prater Charles, wks No. 1 wool room, res cor River
and Crawford Prater James, wks No. 3 E and P mills, res Mrs. A,
Prater Prater Mrs. A., wid, res cor River and Crawford Prater Joseph, wks No. 3 E and P mills, res cor
River and Crawford Prather R. B., elk A. Lewis, bds Raiford House
Prather A. C , elk W. J. Watt Prather Clark, elk W. J. Watt, res 11 Troup Prather Miss Siddie, bds Raiford House Preer Willie, student, res_Peter Preer Preer Miss Mattie, res Peter Preer Preer Miss Achsab, res Peter Preer
Preer Charlie, res Peter Preer Preer Peter, of Hinde, Preer & Illges, res cor Lee and
Broad Presley Mrs. Susan, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. M.

E. Benton Pretty Mrs. M., wid, res William Ingram
Price Miss Eliza, res Mrs. Amanda Price Price William, lab, res Peter Price Price John, res Mrs. Amanda Price Price Mrs. Amanda, wid, res Brownville
Price J. J., of O'Brien & Price, res Alabama Price Mrs. Emma, res Mrs. Amanda Price Pricket H. W., wks E and P mills, res Brownville Priddy Thomas, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Priddy William, wks E and P mills, res Thomas

Priddy Priddy Mrs. E., wid* res Brownville Pridgeon James, res es Front, nr Muscogee mills
Prince Henry, res Mrs. H. Prince

) Railroad, Steamboat and Com-
JOHN S. STEWART)- mercial Printing at short noticeJ JOB PRINTER, ]f_COLUMBUS, GA.

174

DIRECTORY.

White Department.
Prince Miss Susan, res Mrs. H. Prince Prince Mrs. H., wid, res Brownville Prince W. E., wks E and P mills, res Brownville Prince Thomas, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Prince Richard, lab, res Girard Profumo F. X., baker and confectioner, res 43 Craw
ford Profumo Miss 4ngelo, res F. X. Profumo Provence S. M., pastor First Baptist church, res es
McIntosh, 1 h n Randolph Pruett William, carpenter, res N Liberties Pruett Newton, carpenter, res N Liberties Pruett Fletcher, wks Swift mfg co, res Newton Pruett Pryor George, res Thomas Pryor Pryor Alex., driver, res ns Franklin, 1 h e Broad Pryor Philip, res ws Troup, 2 h n Woolfolk Pryor Betsey, res Philip Pryor Pryor P. W., liveryman Munday k Robinson Pryor Thomas, res ws Washington, 2 h e Troup Pryor L. K., res 45 Randolph Pryme A. G., of England & Co., carriages, etc., res- w&
Oglethorpe, near Bridge Putman Mrs E., wid, res J F. Fletcher Purnell Mrs M. E., wid, 188J Oglethorpe Purdy William, drover, hds Mrs. J. A. RogersPye W. E , wks E and P mills, res Girard

QUINN MRS. JOHN, res Miss Irene Wilson
RAFFERTY L. J., elk, res 48 Oglethorpe Ragan Kate, res es Troup, N Liberties Ragland William, groceries, res 8 n Jackson Ragsdale J. T., carpenter, res ws Washington, 3 h w
Oglethorpe Ragsdale Miss Sarah, res J. T. Ragsdale Raiford E. G,, bkkpr J. E. Deaton, res Raiford
House Raiford Mrs. E. G., propr Raiford House Ramsey Randal, mechanic, res ns Washington, 3 h e-
Troup

DIRECTORY.
White Department.-
Ramsev Josie, res Randal Ramsev

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Ramsey L, H., carpenter, res ns Washington, 5- h a-

Troup

m

Rankin Miss Agnes, wid, res 89 N Jackson

Rankin Miss Henrietta, res Mrs. Agnes Rankin

Rankin Miss Louise, res Mrs. Agnes Rankin

Rankin J. A., res Mrs. Agnes Rankin

Rankin E. J., real estate agt, res Mrs. Agnes Rankin.

Ransom David, cla M. G. West, res Girard

Rantler Andrew, carpenter, res Brownville

Ratcliff James, lab, res G. W. Hawkins

Ratcliff William, res Lively

Ratcliff Miss Josephine, wks E and P mills, res Wil

liam Ratcliff

\

Ratcliff Amos, wks E and P mills, res William Rat

cliff

Ranton James, lab, res es Crawford, nr jail Reames George, shoemaker, res Girard

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Redd William, of William Redd & Co., groceries, re& SSJ

es McIntosh, 3 h n Randolph

Redd L., of W. A. Redd & Co., groceries, bds Mrs. M. C. Lary

orsc

Redd C A., of C. A. Redd & Co., groceries, bds Mrst

M C. Lary

03-

Redd L. W., of William Redd & Co, groceries, res cos St. Clair and Broad

OB

Redd David, wks E and P mills, res Lively

Redd Miss Amelia D., res A. G. Redd



Redd Miss Annie, res William Redd

Redd William, Jr, res Wynnton

Redd N. L , magistrate, res 53 Jackson

Redd L. I., res N- L. Redd Redd S , real estate, bds Epping House

fA

Redd C. K.. R R contractor, res A. G. Redd

*2

Redd C. F., res N. L. Redd

Redd Soule, mdse broker, res ws Broad, 4 h n Frank- &

a . lin
Redd

W.

A.,

of C.

A.

Redd

& Co.,

groceries,

res

67

i o

Jackson

Redd A. G , commercial traveler E and P mills, res 05

Rose Hill

Redd Miss Helen, res A. G. Redd Redfield Averett, locomotive engineer
bds Planters' House

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176

DIRECTORY.

White Department.
Reddick Miss E. J., res J. T. Cary Redding Mrs. E C., wid, res W. M. Hill Redmond Mrs. C., wid, res Lively Redmond Thomas, wks E and P" mills, res Mrs. C.
Redmond
Reed E. L., mechanic, res Brownville Reed William, wks E and P mills, res Lively Reed Mrs. James, res 55 Few Reed James, res E L. Reed Reed E., res J. W. Lewis Reedy J. C , tax receiver, res Wynnton Rees J. T., wks Swift mfg co, res J. P. Rees Rees J. P, lab, res Brownville ; Rees John M , cotton buyer, res 37 Front Rees D , res Thomas Rees Rees Thomas, res 102 Front Rees Mrs. Cynthia, 108 Front Rees W. D.. wrks Clapp mfg co res J. P. Rees Rees J. P., Jr., wks Muscogee mills, res J. P. Rees Reese D. M., wks E and P mills res John B. Reese Reese Miss S. E , wks E and P mills, res John B.
Reese Reese John B., res Brownville Reese Miss M. M.. wks E and P mills, res John B.
Reese .Reese Mattie, wid., res Mrs Sarah Allen Reese Mrs. M., wid, res Mrs. E. Kennington Regansburg T., bds T. Smith Reitcb Frederick, res Villa Reitch, 110 Front Reitch F. C., watchmaker Chamburgs, .res 112 Front Reitch T. W., bkkpr Josephs, res Villa Reitch Reich F. W., clerk C Schamberg, res es S Early .Remington John, boss dyer E and P mills, res N
Liberties Remington J. C., res ns Lee 1 h e Oglethorpe. Rembert Mrs. J. C., wid., res ns Franklin, 1 h e
Trou p Rembert G. W.,clk T. Chaffin, res Mrs J. C. Rembert Renfroe Green, res Mrs. Mary Renfroe Renfroe Mrs. M. J., res Lively Renfroe John, wks Times office, res Brswnville Renfroe Mrs. Mary, wid, res Brownville Renfroe Miss Mary, res Mrs. L, Renfroe . Renfroe Welborn, res A. J. Renfroe

J OHN S. STEWART-JOB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY.

36 Randolph Street,

- Columbus, Georgia.

DIRECTORY._177

White Department.
Renfroe A. J., res Mrs. S. M. Bilbro Renfroe Mrs. L., wid, res Brownville Reynolds R. S., wheelwright, res Linwood Reynolds James, peddler, res 54 Oglethorpe Reynolds Miss Ella, res E. W. Johnson Reynolds Mrs. Mary, res cor River and Crawford Reynolds Miss Lou, res James Reynolds Reynolds Miss Dollie, res J. A. Reynolds Reynolds J. A., carpenter, res Brownville Reynolds Miss Annie, res R. S. Reynolds Reynolds A,, elk C. D. Hunt, res Somerville Reynolds Jack, elk, res JamesReynolds
Rice Benjamin, machinist Golden Bros., res ws Baldwin, 1 h w Front
Rich F. C., bkkpr M. Joseph, res S Broad
Richards Ed. A., with Interstate Directory Co, 32 S Broad, Atlanta
Richards Warren, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Richards Mrs. Ellen, wid, res Brownville Richards Miss E., wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Ellen
Richards
Richards Miss Louie, wks E and P mills, res Brown, ville
Richardson-, res cor Bryan and Front Richardson S. A., res Lively Riddle A. J , photographer, res 11 Forsyth Riddle J. W., elk J. H. Hamilton, res A. J. Riddle Riddle George A., elk Central depot, res A. J. Riddle Riddle Miss Mattie, wks E and P mills, res J, Riddle Riddle J., peddler, res Brownville Ridley Mandy, res Emma McKinney Ridgway Mrs. M. A , wid, res W. L. Clark Ridgway Miss Lucy, res W. L. Clark
Ridenhour Miss Hattie, res T. F. Ridenhour Ridenhour T. F., magistrate, res 84 Oglethorpe Ridenhour Miss Rosa, res John Ridenhour Ridenhour John, butcher, res 109 Jackson Riley Mrs. Ellen, wid, res Mrs. L. J. Duffy Riley Peter, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Riley J. A., saloon, res Brownville
Riley Hiram, fisherman, res es River, nr M & G R R

178

_DIRECTORY.___

White Department.

Riley Eli, wks No 3 E and P mills, res 7 S Oglethorpe

Riley Mrs.-, res 47 Few Rivers Pearl, bds Madame Lizzie Belcher Rivers-, florist, res Linwood Robarts Henry, wks Muscogee mills, res J. H. Roberts Robarts J. H., wks E and P mill, res Brownville Robarts A. M., elk, res J. A. Robarts Robarts J. A., 1st lieut. police, res 55 Baldwin Roberts Miss Theresa, res. Isaac Cooper Roberts Miss Mary, res J. M. Lockhart. Roberts John, wks Col. Iron Wks, res E S. Roberts

Roberts Mrs. M. B , wid, res E. S. Roberts Roberts Miss Annie, res E. S. Roberts. Roberts Miss Elizabeth, res Mrs. Sarah Bowles
Roberts Miss Annie, res Mrs. M J. Edwards Roberts E. S.. bkkpr, res Orand Roberts Miss Mary, res E. S. Roberts. Roberts J. W., elk Flournoy & Epping, bds J. A-

Sheppard Roberts Joseph, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Roberts William, shooting gallery, res Brownville
Robert.Sharon, wks Swift Mfg Co., res Brownville
Robertson Mrs. E., res L. S. Turney Robertson Madison, res N Liberties Robertson -, res Brownville Robinson Mrs. F. A., wid, res 45 Forsyth Robinson W. L , policeman, res 87 Jackson Robinson Miss Willie, res W. L Robinson Robinson Thomas, of Munday & Robinson, res 105

Jackson Robinson Joseph, brickla\ er, res N Liberties
Robinson Mrs. L., wid, res Mrs. E. P. Betz. Robinson W. T., confectioner, res 198 Broad Robinson Joseph W., bricklayer, res Joseph Robinson
Robinson Mary, res Joseph Robinson Robinson Henry, wks E and P mills, res William

Robinson Robinson Miss Sallie, wks E and P mills, res William

Robinson Robinson S. H., wks E and P mills res Girard Robinson Wilburn, wks E and P mills, res Brownville
Robinson Miss Mollie, wks E and P mills-, res Wil

burn Robinson Robinson Mrs. Eliza, wid, res 11 Forsyth

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DIRECTORY.

179

White Department.

Robinson G. A., marker Fontaine warehouse, res Mrs. F. A. Robinson

Robinson Mrs F.A., res C. R. Russell Robinson Clara, res Joseph Robinson

Robinson George, res Joseph Robinson

Robinson F. J., marker Alston warehouse, res Mrs. F. A. Robinson

Robinett Mrs. Jane, wid, res Mrs. E. Kennington

Rodgers Columbus, res H. A. Carmack

Rodgers John T., res Brownville

Rodgers Miss Lena, wks E and P mills, res Dawson

Rodgers

Rodgers J. W., of Cantrell Bros. & Co, gen mdse, res

T. A. Cantrell Rogers Mrs. Mattie, res J. T. Rogers

Rogers Dawson, elk, res Brownville

Rogers Miss Mary, teacher, res J. T. Rogers

Rogers J. T., mechanic, res Brownville

Rogers Miss B.. res Mrs J. A. Rogers

Rogers Miss Sallie M., bds Mrs. J. A. Rogers

Rogers Mrs. A. J., res Mrs. J A. Rogers Rogers Miss Lydia, seamstress, res J. T. Rogers

Rogers Mrs. J. A., boarding, res 19 Oglethorpe

Rogers J. F., res J. T. Rogers Roland J. A., tel op Union Depot

Roland Mrs. Sarah, res ws Front, 2

Roland Jacob, tel op., res S G. Roper Roland Mrs Carrie, wid , res . G. Roper Roland Annie, wks No. 2 E. and P mills res Miss

Sarah Roland Roland J. T., wks No. 2 E and P mills, res cor Front

and Crawford Roman D. W., elk J. S. Jones, res P. B. Roman.

Roman P. B , farmer, res 17 Ogelthorpe Rooney L., Furniture, bds Epping House

Rooney Miss Gussie, bds Epping House Rooney Miss Eveline, bds Epping House

Root William, wks J. W. Howard

Roper Peyton, Transfer Co., res Joshua Roper

Roper Joshua, painter, res S Limits. Roper J. F., painter, res es Oglethorpe nr Covington

Roper Mit-s Ida, res S. G. Roper Roper S. G., engineer S W R R , 61 Oglethorpe

Ross C. S., elk I. L. Pollard, bds Perry House

180

DIRECTORY.

White Department.
Rosette George W., of Lawhon & Co., res cor Bryan and Oglethorpe
Ross T. N., carpenter, res Girard Ross Jeanette, tailoress H. J, Thornton, res Girard Ross Edward, wks M & G R R, res T. N. Ross Ross Miss Mary, res T. N. Ross Ross Miss S. V., res T. N. Ross Rothschild B,, elk M. Laffkowitz, bds R. M. Dowdell Rothschild D., elk M. Joseph, res William Emrick Rou't Miss Georgia, teacher Col. Female Col., res
same Rowe William, res Mrs. S. A. Rowe Rowe Oscar, res Mrs. S A. Rowe Rowe Miss M. E., res Mrs. Daniel Rowe Rowe Mrs. Daniel, wid, res sw cor Forsyth and Frank
lin Rowe Miss Ida, res Mrs. E Cates Rowe Charles, wks E and P mills, res Lively Rowe Mrs. S. A, wid, res Mrs. S A. Kelly Rowe William, boarding and elk James Adams, res
cor Front and Railroad Rowell Daniel, elk Frank M. Carlton, res es McIn
tosh, 2 h p St. Clair Rowell Mrs. Mattie, res ws Washington, 4 h e Troup Rowell Mrs. Martha, wid, res Daniel Rowell Roy Miss Kate, bds Mrs. C. E. Watson Rumsey Mrs. Nettie, wid, res James Lindsey Rumsey E., grocer, res es Mercer, nr Bryan Rumsey Miss L., wid, res Benjamin Chancey Rumsey T., elk J. H. Rumsey, res same Rumsey Van, elk J. H. Rumsey, res same Rumsey J. H., gen mdse, res N Mercer, bet Bryan
and Franklin Runnels Rufus, carpenter, res Brownville Rutherford Clem., wks Willingham & Co Rush Mrs. Eliza, wid, res Brownville Rusher Mrs. Minerva, res Mrs. Carrie McMichael Russell James M., of Smith & Russel, lawyers, res
Rose Hill Russell Richard, wks Muscogee mills, res Miss M.
Russell Russell Miss Annie, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Su
san Russell
Russell Miss Rose, res C. R. Russell

White Department.
B Russell Miss M., wks Muscogee mills, res ne cor Broad and Franklin
Russell Mrs. Susan, wid, res ns Woolfolk, 2 h e Jack-
Russell Miss Mollie, res James Russell Russell Miss Elizabeth, res Mrs. Rachel Adams Russell C. R, lawyer, res se cor Jackson & Bryan Russell James, wks Muscogee mills, bds Mrs. Sarah
Harris Russell Miss Missouri, wks Muscogee mills, bds Mrs.
Sarah Harris Russell Alonzo, wks Muscogee mills, bds Mrs. Sarah
Harris Russell Wm. carpenter, res. 103 Jackson Russell L. Muscogee Mills, res Mrs. M. Russell Russell Miss Maud, res C. R. Russell Ryan J. W., prop'r Central Hotel, 138 & 140 Broad Ryan Martha, seamstress, res se cor McIntosh and
Early. Ryan John, res cor Thomas and Jackson Ryckeley Alfred E., elk C. P. Springer, res Mrs.
M. A. Ryckeley Ryckeley, L. T., elk J. S. Jones, res N Liberties Ryckeley Charles, policeman, res ws Broad cor Cov
ington' Ryckeley Mrs. M. A., wid., res 64 Oglethorpe Ryckeley Adele, res Mrs. M. A. Ryckeley Ryder Benj., machinist, res Girard Ryder Mrs. Caroline, wid, res Benj. Ryder
C ABEL MICHAEL, elk Kern & Loeb, bds S. Loeb
^ Salisbury John T., res Mrs. Sarah Salisbury Salisbury Mrs. Sarah, res ns Front, 3 h s St. Clair Salisbury J. H., res Mrs. Sarah Salisbury Sammis Mrs. M. A., res 53 Oglethorpe Sample J. B., lumber merchant, res es McIntosh, 4 h
n Randolph Sanders J. W., of Lindsey & Sanders, crockery and
glassware, res cor Broad and Dillingham Sanders John, res Mrs. L. E Sanders Sanders Mrs. L. E., wid, res ne cor McIntosh and St.
Clair
Sanders Mrs. E., wid, res Eli Riley Sanders Mrs. Addie, wid, wks E and P mills, res G.
W. Watkins

DIRECTORY.
White Department.
Sanders Miss Willie, res Mrs. S. J. Deckrow Sanders J. M., elk I. L. Pollard, res cor McIntosh and
St. Clair Sanders J. R., carpenter, res 37 Oglethorpe Sanders George, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Sanders Miss Emma, res Bussey's alley, 1 h w McIn
tosh
Sanders EL W., wks Golden Bros., ws Mercer, 2 h s Franklin
Sanderson Fred, wks E and P mills, bds Mrs. M. C. Lary
Sauls E. C , machinist, wks Col. Iron Wks, bds W. H. Sauls
Sauls Charles, pattern mkr Col. Iron wks, res W. H, Sauls
Sauls W. EL, cigar mfr, res 42 Oglethorpe Sauls C. G., pattern mkr Col. Iron wks, bds W. H.
Sauls Sauls Miss Lela, res W. D. Sauls Sauls W. D, steamboat engineer, res ws Broad, 1 h
n Covington Sauls A. X., tinsmith, wks Frank McArdle, res D. G.
Sauls Sauls D. G., ship carpenter, res 115 Jackson Sawyer Thomas, canvasser, bds Mrs. E. A. Clark Sawyer Mrs. Mary, wid, res Brownville Sawyer Miss Elia, res Mrs. Mary Sawyer Saxon J. M., wks E and P mills, res Brownville Saxon William, res Brownville Saxon Mrs. M., res ws Forsyth, 5 h s Few Sayers Joseph, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Matilda
Sayers Sayers Mrs. Matilda, res Brownville Sayers Miss Nancy, res Mrs. Matilda Sayers Sayers Thomas, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Matilda
Sayers Sayers Miss Martha, res Mrs. Matilda Sayers Sayers Miss Mary, res Mrs. Matilda Sayers Scarbrough L. A., elk William Redd & Co., res cor
Oglethorpe and Baldwin Scealv John, cigar maker, res ws Broad, nr Covington Scealy Miss Maggie, res John Scealy Scherf John, propr Rankin House, cor Broad and
Crawford

DIRECTORY.

183

White Department.

Schley Dr E. B., physician, res nw cor Jackson and

St. Clair

Schnell Augusta, res John Schnell

SchnelljWilliam, wks bagging mills, res John Schnell

Schnell John, Jr., elk Kyle & Co., res John Schnell

Schnell John, foreman bagging mills, res cor Jackson

and Baldwin

Schields Charles, machinist Col. Iron Wks, res J. M.

Schields

Schields Albert, elk Kern & Loeb, res 21 Few

Schields Miss Rachel, res J. M. Schields

Schields Miss Beulah, res J. M. Schields

Schields J. M., drummer, res 21 Few

Schereuman J.. res junction Broad and Warren

Schomberg C., jeweler, res es Front, nr Fulton

Schober William, gunsmith, res 34 Randolph

Schuessler L. L. G., of William Beach & Co., hard

ware, res 4 Thomas

Schuessler Miss Myra, res L. G. Schuessler

Schubinsky Simon, gen mdse, res 36 Broad

Scott Miss A. T., elk Allen Bros., res se Oglethorp

bet Baldwin and Few

Scott Louis, res Mrs. C. Scott

Scott Miss Alice, res Mrs. Thaddeus Scott

Scott Miss Angeline, res Mrs. C. Scott

Scott Mrs. E.\ wid., res 5 Forsyth

Scott Mrs. E. V. res. F. M. Brooks

Scott Henry, res Mrs. C. Scott

Scott Mrs. C., wid., res Girard

Scott W, D., wks E'jand ,P mills, res Mrs. M. Johnson

Scott Mrs. Thaddeus, wid., res 52 Oglethorpe

Scott Miss Alice, res Mrs. Thaddeus Scott

Screws James, compositor Enquirer Sun, bds Mrs.

J. A. Rogers.

Sears Mrs. Matilda, wid, res Brownville

Sears Miss Lou, res Brownville.

Sears, C. A., machinist, res Mrs Matilda Sears.

Sears, W. H., of L. B. Thomas & Co., saloon, res Som

erville, Ala

Searcey Mrs. M., wid., res Brownville

Seats J. T. elk J. Hofllin & Co., bds Central Hotel

Sedberry H. R., machinist Col. Iron wks, res ss

Thomas, 2 h s Oglethorpe

Sedberry Oscar, elk Riddle's photo gallery, res H. R.

Sedberry

184

DIRECTORY.

White Department.
Sedberry Henry, wks ice house, res cor Dillingham and River
Sedberry Miss Anna, res H. R Sedberry Sedberry W. H., res 39 Front
Seigers Charles, res Miss Emma Sanders Seigers James, carpenter, res Brownville Segal Simons, of Segal & Co, clothing, Selma Segal S., of Segal & Co, clothing, bds J. H. Gabriel Segler E. C., brickmason, res ws Washington, 6 h e
Troup Segers James, groceries, res Rose Hill Segers Benjamin, brickmason, res E. C. Segler Sells Thomas, compositor Thomas Gilbert, res ws
Oglethorpe, 2 h n Washington Sells D. T., wks E and P mills, res Brownville Sellers Miss Carrie, res Joseph King Sellers Mrs. T. J., res se cor Franklin and Front Sellers Miss Jodie, res Joseph King Sellers Miss M. F., wks E and P mills, res Mrs. J. J.
Sellers Sellers John, res Mrs. T. J. Sellers Sellers Mrs. Ida, wid, res Brownville Sellman Henry, tailor, res Brownville Sellman Henry, Jr., tailor, res Henry Sellman Sessions Miss Candy, res Thomas Sessions Sessions William, wks Muscogee mills, res Brownville Sessions Miss Elizabeth, res Thomas Sessions. Sessions Miss Emma, res Thomas Sessions
Sessions Thomas, res Brownville Sessions Thomas, Jr., res Thomas Sessions Sessions Miss Martha, res Thomas Sessions Sewell Lewis, res Brownville Sewell Westlev, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Shackleford J. B., res Dr. J. F. Shackleford Shackleford Dr. J. F. physician, res. 63 Forsyth Shackleford Miss Maggie, res Dr. J. F. Shackleford Shadwick Oliver, carpenter, res rear W. E. Futrall Shafer Miss Mary, restaurant, res Randolph bet
Broad and Oglethorpe. Sharp William, res Mrs. S. A. Hardis Sharp Mrs. M. A., res. 142 Oglethorpe Sharp Miss Ella, res Mrs M. A. Sharp Sharp F. M., wks E and P mills, res Girard Sharp Miss Missouri, res Mrs. M. A. Sharp

job printings;
irst Class and XjOTST Flguies, '*

OHN S. STEWART, THE
-1* IS IN T R,36 Randolph St., Qolumbus, 6a.

DIRECTORY.

185

White Department.
Sharp Miss Mobile, res Mrs. M. A Sharp Sharp Warren, res Mrs. M. A. Sharp Sharp Mis* Elizabeth, res Mrs. M. A. Sharp Shaver M;ss Alice, re* Robert Frazier Shavers Samuel, wks Muscogee mil s. res ws Frank
lin, 1 h e Broad Sheaver Charles bds Celeste Turner Shaw William, farmer, res Linwood Shaw Miss Drilla, res William Shaw Shaw Miss Jennie, res William Shaw Shaw Miss Myrtie, res William Shaw Shaw Miss Josie, res William Shaw Shaw Mrs. E. W., wid, res J. A. Shaw Shaw J. A., coruposi'.or Times, res ns Thomas, 2 h w
Broad Shehan Mrs. Sarah, wksE and P mills, res ws Front,
2 h s Crawford Shehan Miss Ella J.. res Jesse Shehan Shehan Jesse, wks E and P mills, res N Liberties Shehan John, res Mrs. Sarah Sheh n Shehan Janie, wks No 3 E and P mills, res Mrs,
Susan Shehan Shelton Miss M. A., res Mrs J. Shelton Shelton Charles, wks, E and P mills, res Mrs. J,
Shelton Shelton Mrs J., res 5 S Oglethorpe Sheppard Miss Mamie, res J. A Sheppard Sheppard Thomas, 'bus driver Munday A Robinson Sheppard Thomas, student, res J. A. Sheppard Sheppard Mattie, res Mrs. Sarah Allen Sheppard J A., salesman John C. Woolfolk, res cor
Jackson and Lee Shepherd William S., planter, res Linwood Shepherd Mrs. Annie, res William S. Shepherd Shepherd Miss Dicey, res William S. Shepherd Shepherd Albert, res Ed. Shepherd Shepherd Ed., farmer, re* Wynnton Shepherd Andrew, res Wynnton Shepherdson C. G., elk G. J. Peacock, bds Mrs. L. J.
Fraser Sheridan G. W., tinner, res Brownville
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186

DIRECTORY.

White Department.
Sheridan William, lab, res rear J. M. McNeal Sherman Miss Sallie, laundress Rankin House Sherwood G. C., of R. A. Ennis & Co., machinery, res
ws upper Troup
Sherwood G. E., machinery, res ws Troup, 2 h n Lee Sherwood Miss Annie, res G. E Sherwood Shingleur J. A., of J. A. Shingleur & Co., cotton buy
ers, res 25 Troup
Shingleur Fred, shipping clerk J. A. Shingleur & Co., res J. A. Shingleur
Shingleur Flewellin, student, res J. A. Shingleur Shire Henry, lab, res Girard Shiver Mrs L. R., res E. A. Shiver Shiver E. A , elk Jas E. Cargill, res 34 Jackson Short El wood, lab, res 9 McIntosh Short R. W., mechanic, res es McIntosh Short Mrs. Sarah, wid, res M E. Allen Shorter Miss Daisy, res Ed. Shepherd Shorter Charlie, res Ed. Shepherd Shores H. C., of Cochran A Shores, blacksmiths, res
Brownville Shores John, wks E and P mills, res W. H. Shores Shores John, blacksmith, res BrownvPle Shores W. H., wks E and P mills, res Brownville Shutze D. C., agt Ludd^n & Bates, bds Rankin House Siegel Miss Mary, ws Front, 4 h n Dillingham Siegel John, wks No. 2 E and P mills, res Miss Mary
Siegel Simons Max, elk M. Simons, res same Simons M . gen mdse, res 82 Crawford Simmons Miss Sallie, res Brownville Simmons Myra, wks E and P mills, res John W.
Brown Simons Mrs. S., wid, res A. Simons Simons A , genl mdse, res ns Crawford, 1 h n Mercer Simons Miss Rachael, res M Simons Simpler Owen, peddler, res Brownville Simpler Miss Louisa, res Owen Simpler Simpson Mrs. S. J., wid, res William Stafford Simpson C. T., butcher, res Girard Singley A. B., compositor, res 43 Forsyth Singleton W. C., elk John McGough, bds J. A. Shep
pard Skinner Parks, lab, res ws Mercer, 2 h s Fulton

DIRECTORY.

187

White Department.
Skinner Mias Emma, boarding, res se cor McIntosh and Crawford
Skinner L. D., wheelright, res Girard Skipper William, wks E and P mills, res Brownville -Skipper Bird, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Slade J. B., of Slade & Etheridge, res es Jackson, 2 h
n Crawford

Slade J. D., mgr J. B. Slade art room, res cor Front and Randolph
Slade J. B., tes Linwood Slade Richard, bkkpr, bds J. B. Slade Slade Miss Nellie B., res J. B. Slade Slade R. W , bkkpr Lowell Warehouse, res J. B. Slade Slade Miss Annie L., res J. B. Slade Slagg Frank, res Girard Slagg Miss Josie, res Frank,Slagg Slappy John, gardener, res F. H. Mitchell Slappy Mrs. E. C, wid, res ws Troup, 4 h n Lee Slappy Miss Annie E., res Mrs. E C. Slappy Slaughter James, res Eli Ford Slayton Miss Isabelle, res Abram Slayton Slayton Abram, res Brownville Slayton Miss Kirk, res Abram Slayton Slayton Miss Dorah res Abram Slayton Slayton Miss Edna, res Abram Slayton Slayton Miss Lula, res Abram Slayton Sloane Frank, blacksmith, bds Planters' Hotel Sluggy F., res Lively Smedley Miss Sallie, seamstress, res Mrs. Belle Wil
liams

Smith Ex-Gov. James M., of Smith & Russell, law yers, res es Troup, 3 h s Randolph
Smith Mrs. Mary; wid, res ws Forsyth, 2 h s Wash ington
Smith Mrs. E., wid, res cor Front and Bryan Smith Miss Almeta, res Mrs. Mary Smith Smith Mrs. Della, wid, res cor Franklin and Ogle
thorpe Smith Mrs. Mary, wid, res ns Franklin, 1 h e Broad Smith Miss Mary, res W. S. Smith Smith Miss Emma, res W. S. Smith Smith Miss Charity, res W. S. Smith -Smith Mrs. Emily, wid, res es Oglethorpe, nr limits Smith Miss Mamie, wks E and P mills, res Mrs.
Emily Lee

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LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, CARDS, etc., at Short, Notice.

STEAM POWER PRINTER COLHM B Us',Pl1 -^''GA.

188 _DIRECTORY.__

White Department.
Smith Henry, mechanic, res Mrs Emily Smith Smith Henry, res Mrs. W. M McCook Smith J. W., wks E and P mills, res es Oglethorpe,
8 h n Lee Smith J., of J. W. Miller & Co., fish, oyster saloon,
res 188 Broad Smith C. C , canvasser Wheeler & Wilson mfg co, res
Brown ville Smith Miss Belle, res Mrs. Bettie Bentley Smith Miss Lizzie, res Robert Smith Smith Mrs. S. L., res ns Woolfolk, 2 h e Troup Smith Mrs. Matilda, wid, res ws Lee, 3 h w Ogle
thorpe Smith Mrs Eddie, wid, seamstress, res ns Baldwin,
2 h w Troup Smith Miss Katie, wks E and P mills, res G. W,
Smith Smith Miss Jessie, res Simeon Smith Smith T., res Lively Smith Mrs. H. TL, wid, res J W Moon Smith Miss Elizabeth, res Alex Smith Smith R. R., farmer, res Lin wood Smith Miss Belle, d-s R R. Smith Smith Miss Mattie, res R. R. Smith Smith Miss N. N.. res Girard Smith S. W., well digger, res Brown ville Smith Miss Mary, res S. W. Smith Smith Miss Rebecca, res Abram Slayton Smith Mrs L. P , wid, res Brownville Smith Miss Louise, student Col. Female Col., bds-
same Smith William, res Brownville Smith Sydney, m tchinst, res Girard Smith Mrs. F. C., wid, res Brownville Smith Miss Collie res J. J. Cox Smith Alex, groceries and also shoemaker, Lively
Smith H. N., genl mdse, res Lively Smith W. K., elk, bds Mrs. L. J Frazier Smith Clarence, res Brownville Smith S. J., of Smith & Gifford, genl mdse, res Girard Smith Charles, bds J. H. Gallaway

DIRECTORY.

IS!)

White Department.

I Smith Miss Josie, res Robert Smith I Smith Robert, res Brownville 1 Smith Charles, bds Mrs. M. Wilson I Smith W P., res Linwood I Smith U. H., of U. H. Smith & Co., drugs, Brownville
Smith G. W, carpenter, res Lively Smith Simeon, res Lively I Smith Miss Tempa, res Mrs. Matilda Smith Smith S., wagon and carriage mfr, res Brownville Smith W. T., wks Golden Bros., res Girard Smith Miss Annie, res James Partillar Smith Miss Bettie, res James Parti lar Smith Alex., shoemaker, res Lively Smith Edward, wks E and P mills, res Simon Smith Smith W. T., wks Golden Bros , res Lively Smith H. R., res James Smith Smith W. S., carpenter, res sw cor Front and Thomas Smith James, foreman carpenter shop S. W. R. R.,

res 83 Oglethorpe Smith Miss Ida B , res Dr. J. N. Cameron Smith Miss Mamie, res Mrs. L. 0. Hopkins Smith Joseph, wks Swift mfg co, res W. P. Smith Smith William, wks No. 1 E and P mills, res cor
River and Crawford Smith F. C., machinist E and P shops, res vvs Ogle
thorpe, 1 h s Thomas Smith D. K.. steamboat engineer, res 278 Broad
Smith Charles, elk, res Mrs. C. Rees Smith George H., apprentice S. W. R. R. shops, res
James Smith Smith Miss Bettie, seamstress, res cor Broad and
Warren Smith J. D., butcher, res Jackson, 1 h n Few
Smith Homer, res Mrs C. Rees Smith Luthana, res ws Smith Smith R. P., butcher, res J. D. Smith Smith Miss Elizabeth, res Mrs. Mary Smith Smith Miss Jennie, res Mrs. Susan Smith Smith Walker, wks Muscogee mills, res Mrs. Mary

Smith Smith Miss Carrie, wks Muscogee mills, res Mrs.
Mary Smith Smith Mrs. Susan, wid, res N Liberties Smock Mrs. J., wid, bds James Thornton

190

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Sneed Mary, seamstress, res sw cor Mercer and Early-

Sneed A. C., of Sneed & Maxwell, furniture, res Lin-

wood

Snowdon John, wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Snowdon Miss Francis, res Mrs. Amanda Price

Snyder Miss L F., res Mrs. J. A. Snyder

Snyder William, cotton buyer, res 27 Early

Snyder Miss W. P.t res William Snyder

Snyder W. F., of Thweatt & Snyder, res ss Few, bet?

Oglethorpe and Jackson

Snyder Mrs. J. A., res 107 Jackson

Snyder C. A., Col. Iron wks, res Mrs. J. A. Snyder

Snyder Miss Katie, student, res Jessie Smder

Snyder Harry, student, res Jesse Snyder

Snyder Jesse, carpenter, res Jesse Snyder

Snyder Jesse, wks England & Son, res 30 N Jackson

Snyder Miss J. E., res Mrs. J. A. Snyder

Solomon C., dry goods, res ns Bryan, 1 h w Forsyth

Sommerkamp R. F., elk W. W. Berry, res F. J. Som-

merkamp

Sommerkamp R. P., elk M. T. Burgin, res F. J. Som

merkamp

Sommerkamp F. J., painter, res Girard

Spear T. L., jeweler, res Lin wood

Spencer Perry, groceries, res 90 St. Clair

Spencer Eli, res Mrs Clara Dexter

Spencer H. P., elk Peny Spencer, res same

Spencer Jesse, whitewashes res N Liberties

pencer Miss Helena, res Mrs. Lambert Spencer

Spencer P. T., treas Col. mfg co, res es Troup, bet

Bryan and Franklin

Spencer Miss Agnes, res Mrs. Lambert Spencer

Spencer Mrs. Lambert, wid, res 22 N Jackson

Sperry George, photographer, bds Rankin House

Spinks W. A,, porter Godwin & Dixon, res Brown

ville

Springer C. P , groceries and Springer opera house,

bds Raiford House

Stains Mrs. Mary, wid, wks Hines & Preyer, res;

Mrs. Fannie Best

Stanfield Mrs. Susan, res Mrs. L. B. Stanfield

Stanfield Miss L. B., res 4 n s Washington, 4 h e

Oglethorpe

Stanford Dr. F. A., physician, bds Mrs. Elizabeth

Cook

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_DIRECTORY. _ 191
White Department.
Stanwood Lemuel, cotton buyer, bds Rankin House Stark Mrs. Mary, wid, bds Rankin House St. Clair John, bar tender Charles Heyman & Co Steffen Adolphus, watchmaker, with Wittich & Kin-
sel, bds Central Hotel Stephens H., elk William Redd & Co, res Jackson, nr
Crawford Stephens Charles, wks Willingham & Co Stephens Mrs. Mary, wid, res ne cor Baldwin and
McIntosh Stephens Mrs. R , res ws Front, opp factory Stevens Georgia, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Ann
Stevens Stevens Mrs. Ann, wks E and P mills, res cor Bryan
and Front Stevens Eugene, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. R.
Stevens Stevens John, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. R. Stevens Stevens Charles, res Mrs. R. Stevens Stevens Hampton, elk William Redd & Co, bds D.
David Winn Stevens Mrs. Abigail, wid, res John Newsom Stevenson Mrs. H., baker and confectioner, res 38
Broad Stewart John S., job printer, res es Broad, bet St.
Clair and Crawford Stewart Miss Fannie, res A. J. Stewart Stewart Miss Lucy, student Col. female col, bds same Steward Miss Mattie, bds Mrs. A. W. Sykes Stewart Henry, res Mrs. M. E. Owens Stewart. Charles E., lab E and P mills, res Mrs. M. E.
Owens Steward F. C., bds Mrs. A. W. Sykes Stewart Miss Mattie, res A J. Stewart Steward Mrs. Lula, res Mrs. C. M. Swain Stewart Mies Annie, bds Mrs. A. W. Sykes Steward Mrs Mary, wid, res Mrs S Day Steward W W., elk A* R- Woolfolk Steward Thomas, wks No. 2 E and P mills, res Mrs.
Susan'Steward Steward Mrs. Susan, res ws Front, 2 h s Crawford
Stewart A. J., wks E and P mills, res Girard Stilweli James, wkB Muscogee mills, res ns Franklin,
1 h e Broad

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DIRECTORY.
c Georgia jJrovi&cnf ]|ssoeiaHon,

OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA. Organized August i V, 1032.
< harteied Under tlie Laws of Georgia.

A CO-OPERATIVE SAYINGS INSTITUTION for the PEOPLE.

Certificates Matin e in Twelve Months.

OiF'F'IOKIH.S
W. F. Parkhurst, President. | A. L. Whiteside, Secretary. B. F. Moore, Pres, of Moore's Business University, Treasurer.

Depository--Gate City National Bank, Atlanta, 6a. STATEMENT OF ASSESSMENTS.

Amount Accruing to Beneficiary Fund from
No. 1, issued August 1,1883. 81 2S9 00 No. 2, issued September 1,1883. l 727 40 No. 3, issued October 1, 1883 . 2 502 10 No. 4, issued November 1,1883. 2 188 80
Total amount from the four assessments.$7 707 30 Claims paid to December 1,1833. 6 253 00

Balance in Beneficiary Fund.Si 454 70

Amount su Protective Fund Dec. 1, 1883, $1,032.00,

By December, 1884, about $6,000.00 will be in the Protective Fund. 1 This fund is being created to secure members against loss, and will be
amble for that purpose. The following shows amount of benefits members receive on ma
turity of their certificates, probable cost in monthly payments, during their term of membership, and probable profits on'their investments:

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''

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_OK CERTIFICATES OS'_f 50 1 8100 I $200 | 8300

Benefits to be received bj members.i $ 39 I 8 78 | 8150 i 8284

Probable amount of payments. | 26 I 51 I 99 | 147

Probable profit to beneficiary. | 8 13 | $ 27 | 8 57 | $ 87

The failure of marriage and other associations of a wild-cat nature to maintain their existence, has caused many, without comprehend ing the plan of this Association, to predict with confidence the sudden collapse of this Association. The result proves they were wrong. The older this Association crows, the stronger.it becomes, and our Protec tive Fund feature-is the cause. During October and November over seventy new certificates were issued, and the increase of membership promises to go on unceasingly in a satisfactory ratio to warrant the estimates of cost and of profits on matured certificates as above given. Send for full information, etc., to A. L. WHITESIDE, Sec'y,
7>J Broad St., Atlanta, Ga.

White Department.
Stafford William, res Brownville Stallings W. D oik T J Stone, res N Liberties Stockton Miss Ella, res G. D. Chaffin Stockwell Miss Annie, dressmater, res R. Stockwell Stockwell Miss Hattie, dressmaker, res R. Stockwell Stockwell Miss Susie, dressmaker, res R. Stockwell Stockwell Miss Mary, dresssmaker, res R. Stockwell Stockwell Miss Georgia, res R Stockwell Stockwell R., shoemaker res 7 Forsyth Stokes R, H., elk W. J. Watts, bds J. C Sheppard Stolz Mrs. Mary, res 3 S Oglethorpe Stone T. J , merchant, res Wynnton Stoughton Samuel, lab. res Brownville Stover J. M., peddler, res Brownville Stover G S., peddler res Brownville
Stovall J. M. P., elk Thomas McAllister, res Brown ville
Straus Henry, res N Liberties Street Nichoas, tailor, res 41 Oglethorpe Stripling Robert, elk, res N Liberties Strickland Miss Fannie, res Brownville Stroud J. F , elk J. Hoffln & Co., bds Mrs. Frazier Strong T. .J , wks E and P mills bds Mrs. L. P. Smith Story James, wks Muscogee mills, res Brownville Story Mrs. Sallie, wid, res N Liberties Story Miss Alice, res N Liberties Strother Mrs. Lula, teacher Col. Female Col., res same Strother Miss Nell, student Col. Female Coi., res same Strouse Mrs. J., res cor Warren and Broad Struppa Henry, student, bds J. D Billings Struppa Miss Georgia, res. Mis. M A. Struppa Struppa Miss Maggie, res Mrs. M. A. Struppa Struppa, Mrs. M. A., wid, res es Oglethorpe Strupper J. G.. confections, res 72 Broad Stuart T., res Girard Stuart Willis, elk A. R. Woolfolk, bds same
Stuart James, wks No. E and P mills, res sw cor Front and Crawford
Stuart Wiliiam, wks No. 1 E and P mills, res ws Front
Stuckey W. B., bkkpr McClendon & Co., res J. E. McClendon
Sturgis Third. C., postmaster, res ws TroUp 1 h n Franklin

194

'DIRECTORY.

White Department.
Sturgis-, painter, res Girard Suggs John, drayman, bds Mrs. Mary Stephens Suggs Mrs. Dicey, wid, res Daniel Casey Sullivan M. S., elk M. & G. Depot, res es Jackson Sullivan 'J. M., drayman, res M. S. Sallivan Sullivan Miss M. J., res Andrew Sullivan Sullivan Henry, res Andrew Sullivan Sullivan W. F., elk Brannon & Carson, bds A. M.
Brannon Sullivan Mrs. M., res Lively Sullivan Andrew, elk McArdle & Jones, res Brown-
ville Sumner D. H., special agt Chess, Carley A Co, bds
Fountain House Summers Agnes, res Mrs. Janet Williams Summerlin Giles, wks W. A. Willingham rteDerrs.ttFiomr. Ftow.nTeynatbtoye-yrt,owAuortlsaykneiatlarls,iGnfrtaor.me-aDttiehnaigsr disease, >, S2 Decatur St., Atlanta, Ga

) Railro'ad, Steamboat and Com-

TOHN S. STEWART r> mmceirvc/iiaali xPiriiunutixnigg a att oshnuoirtli notice.

\ U JOB PRINTER. )

COLUMBUS, GA.

DIRECTORY.

20]

White Department.

Tuggle Dr. T. W., physician, res ws Broad Tuggle Dr. Thomas, physician, res Dr. T. W. Tuggle Tuggle "Watt, mechanic, res Dr. T W. Tuggle Tumlin W. M., of McLendon & Co., groceries, res ns
Broad
Tune S. X , shipping elk So Plow Co., res Girard Tnnage Miss E., res Mrs. Caroline Tunage Tunage Mrs. Caroline, wid, res Brownville Turneg L. S., carpenter, res ns Washington 3 h w
Jackson Turner W. C. clerk, Raiford house Turner J. C.. cik J. P. Turner, res. Dr. VV. P. Turner Turner J. P., drugs, res Dr. W. P. Turner Turner A., coffins, res ne cor Thomas and Jackson Turner J. A., steamboat elk, res A. Tnrner Turner MBs Hattie, res A. Turner Turner Miss Willie P., res Dr. W. P. Turner Turner Mrs. Celeste, wid, res N Liberties
Turner Dr. W. P., physician, res ws FranUin, 1 h Forsyth
Turner Miss Sarah, res Brownville
Twilley Miss Elizabeth, ree Mrs. Allie Twilley Twilley Mrs. Ailie, wid, res N. Liberties Twilley Henry, boss chain gang, res es Crawford,
rear jail
Tyler A. I., harness maker, res G:rard
Tyler S S., elk William Cooper, res es Broad, cor Franklin
Tyler Samuel S., elk William Cooper, res ne cor Franklin and Baldwin
Tyler Miss Lurenia, res Samuel S. Tyler
Tyler Miss Parthenia, wks E and P mills, res S. S. Tyler
Tyler Miss E., wks E and P mills, res Samuel S. Tyler Tyler Miss Josephine, wks Muscogee mills, res Sam
uel S. Tyler Tyler Miss Anna, res M. E. Gray
Tyler H. N., student, res Samuel S. Tyler Tyler Miss Rosa, res M. E. Gray
14

DIRECTORY.
U White Department. NDERWOOD J. A , music teacher, res Girard
Upchurch Mrs.-, wid, res Brownville
AUGHN MISS MELVINA, res Mrs. Mary Gra ham
Vaughn John G., drayman B. F. Gifford Vaughn Miss A., res Brownville Veazey Daniel, res Alfred Kimbrough Veazey Jackson, res Alfred Kimbrough Venable Mrs. S., res ws Jackson, 2 h n Lee Vernoy James, street overseer, res es Troup, 2 h s
Crawford Vernoy W. A., elk J. F Marcrum, res James Vernoy Vickers Mrs. S, wks E and P mills, res cor Bryan
and Front Vickery Mrs. A., wid, res Frank Vickery Vickery Frank, wks machine shop E and P mills, res
cor River and Crawford Vickery W. J.. of Vickery & Posey, photographers,
res Brownville Vigal Mrs. Helen, wid, res Dr David Davis Vincent John, wks No 1 E and P mills, res cor River
and Crawford Vincent Mrs. Sarah, wid, wks E and P mills, res
Mrs. D. L. Hancock Vinson Miss Lula, res T. W. Vinson Vinson Miss Beatrice, re T. W. Vinson Vinson Miss Nancy, res T W. Vinson Vinson T. W., wks E and P mills, res Brownville Voight Henry, res N Liberties Voight William, res Henry Voight

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_DIRECTORY._203
White Department.
Wadsworth Charles, wks Muscogee .mills, . res ns Franklin, 1 h e Broad
Wadsworth J. A., res es Oglethorpe, 5 h s Lee Wadsworth G W., bds R. H. Biandford Wausworth Mrs. Rebecca, wks No 3 E and P mills,
res Thomas Faircloth
Wadsworth William, lab, res Thomas Faircloth Wagner Miss Virginia, res Marcus Wagner Wagner Nathan, res Marcus Wagner Wagner Martha, res Marcus Wagner Wagner Marcus, printer, res 49 Oglethorpe Wail T. F., res Brownville Wall J. M., wks E and P mills, res T. F. Wall Wall Mrs. Jane, wid, res Brownville Wall Miss Fannie, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Jane
Wall
Wall Mrs. Cynthia, res Brownville Wall George, wks E and P mills, res T F. Wall Wall Miss Julia, res T. F. Wall Wa'l Miss Sarah, res T. F. Wall
Wall Mis. Emeline, wks No 3 E and P mills, res cor C aw.oid and River
Wall G. W., wks dye house E and P mills, res ws Front, 2 h s Crawford
Wall Mollie, wks No 3 E and P mills, res Mrs. Eme line Wall
Wall Louis, wks S W R R shops, res ws Forsyth, 3 h s Thomas
Walls Florence, res Louis Walls Walls Lafayette, wks E and P mills, res T. J. Walls Waller Mrs. Celey, i es Oscar Flanigan Walter Miss Kate, res Newton Pruett Waller Miss Martha, wks E and P mills, res Mrs,
Rhody Waller!
Waller Miss Ma-y, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Rhody Waller
Waller Mrs. Rhody, wid, res Girard Waller Miss Nellie, wks E and P mills, res Mrs.
Rhody Waller
Waller Miss Addie, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Rhody Waller
Waller William, carpenter, res Brownville Walton Miss Nancy, res Samuel Winstead Wallace Lottie, bds Madame Jessie Franklin

204

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Wallace Miss.E., wid, res Brownville

Wallace Nathan, porter C D. Hunt

Walkins Miss Rockie, res Miss Willie Allison

Walkins Mrs Mary, wid. res Peter Riley

Walker Mrs. M., res 7 N McIntosh Walker Mrs. Melvina, wid, res se cor McIntosh and

Thomas

Walker W. R., tel. opr C & R R Walker James, drayman, res Richard porter

Walker L., engineer C R R, res ws Forsyth, Shu

Thomas Walker M. B., wks E and P mills, res se cor Frank

lin and Front

Walker James, wks Swift mfg co, res Brownville

Walker Mrs. L., wid, res Mrs. Emma Ellis

Walker Miss Emma, res Miss Ida Walker

Walker Miss Lou, res Miss Ida Walker

Walker Miss Ida, res Brownville

Walker Mrs. A. C., wid. res Brownville Walker J. A., carriages and buggies, res 85 St. Clair

Walker William, fireman C R R, res L "Walker

Walker Mrs. E., wid, res James Walker

Walker Miss Clara, res Mrs. M. Walker

Walker Sanders, engineer M & G R R, res 5 Mc

Intosh Walker Miss Mattie, res Sanders Walker

Walker Mrs C. M , res Mrs. L. D'Antignac

Walker James, wks E and P mills, res cor River and

Crawford Walsh E. M., of E. M. Walsh & Co., groceries, etc.,

res cor Broad and Dillingham Walsh Miss Maggie, wks E and P mills, res P. Walsb

Walsh P., wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Walsh J. D,, wks E and P mills, res P. Walsh

Walsh Patrick, wks E and P mills, res Robert Walsb

Walsh Robert, wks E and P mills, res cor Bryan and

Front Walbert Walter, res E. L. Reed Wald roup William, wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Waldroup H. T., elk Thomas McAllister, res Lively

Waldroup Larkin, wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Waldroup T. W , wks E and P mills, res es Oglethorpe-

4 h w Lee Waldroup Thomas, res Brownville

DIRECTORY.

205

White Department-.

Waldroup Miss Eliza, res T. W. Waldroup

Waldroup Miss Frankie, res T. W. Waldroup

Waldroup Miss Jane, wks E and P mills, res Larkin

Waldroup

'/

Ware Miss P. A., res J. A. Ware

Ware Miss Narcissa, res J. R. Ware

Ware Miss Mary, wks E and P mills, res C. W. Ware Ware C. D , wks E and P mills, res C. W. Ware

Ware C. W., farmer, res Brownville Ware J. R., res Brownville

Ward Miss Ida, wks Clegg & Co, res Mrs. H. F.

Wright

Ward Mrs. P. A, wid, res rear Mrs. H. F. Wright Ward William, res E. L. Reed

Ward Robert, painter, res se cor First ave and Thomas

Ward Sallie, res Robert Ward

Ward Mamie, res Robert Ward Ward Julia, res Robert Ward

Ward Willie, res Robert Ward

Wardlaw Rev. Francis H., pastor M. E. Church

South, res Brownville

Warren John, res Joseph Warren

Warren Joseph, wks gas house, res ss Lee, 2 h e

Oglethorpe Warner Harry, listing elk S W R R, res L. P. War

ner

Warner L. P., local agt S W R R, res 75 Oglethorpe

Warburg H., of Lowenthal & Co, bds J. H. Gabriel

Warmack Miss Bessie, wks E and P mills, res Gads

den Warmack

Warmack Miss Mary, wks E and P mills, res Gads den Warmack

Warmack Gadsden, wks E and P mills, res Brown

ville

Watt Mrs. J. M., res 88 Jackson

Watt Frank, res N Liberties Watt W. J., wholesale grocer, res J. A. Walker

Watt T. A., wks E and P mills, res Brownville

Watt Miss Martha, res Mrs. J. M. Watt

Watt B. F., elk J. H. Hamilton

Watt Miss Mattie, res Frank Watt Watt Miss Lula, res Frank Watt

Watt Miss Emma, res Mrs. J. M. Watt

206

DIRECTORY.

White Department.
Watt Miss Virginia, res Mrs. J. M. Watt Watt T. J., cotton buyer, bds es Forsyth, bet Ran
dolph and Bryan Watt Miss Alice, res T. J. Watt Watt Miss Lucy, res Frank Watt Watt Hugh, res Frank Watt Waters Miss M. A., res W. A Waters Waters William, res W. A. Waters Waters Peyton, res W. A. Waters Waters W. A., butcher, res Wynnton Watkins Ellen, dressmaking, res S. C. Watkins Watkins Florence, dressmaker, res S. 0. Watkins Watkins S. C., farmer, res 134 Forsyth Watkins Miss Mallissa, res Mrs. Mattie Rowell Watkins James, wks E and P mills, bds Mrs. Mary
Culpepper Watson Dennis, wks E and P mills, res cor Bryan
Front Watson Mrs. C. E., wid, res Brownville Watson John, elk J. K. Giddins, res Girard Watson Miss Lucy, wks E and P mills, res Jack
Watson Watson W. A., meat, res Wynnton Watson Miss Emma, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. E.
E. Watson Watson Jack, res Brownville Watson Miss Emma, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. E'.
E. Watson Watson Mrs. M., wks E and P mills, res D. W. Hill Watson Nathan, bds Howard House Watson W. F., carpenter, res se cor Commerce
Weaver John, painter, res Lively Weaver T. J., carpenter, res Lively Weatherly Floyd, wks E and P mills, res Brownville
Webb Sarah, cook, E. A Clark Webber H. of J. B. Holst & Co., cotton mdse, bds
Rankin House Webster William, res Mrs. A. M. Webster Webster Mrs. A. M., wid, res ws Forsyth 2 h n Wash
ington Webster Charles, fireman M & G R R., res Joseph*
Webster

DIRECTORY.

207

White Department.

Webster Joseph, farmer, res Lin wood

Weddington Edward, E and P mills, res Brownville Weems Mrs. Lizzie, res Dr. David Winn

Weekly Emmett, elk W. E. BuBose, res nw cor Jackeon and C >.wford

Weinberg G, gen mdse, res ne cor Washington and Oglethorpe

Weisiger Clarence, student, bds Mrs. Elizabeth Cook

Weisiger W. P., bill elk Hatcher & Brannon, bds

Mis. M. C. Larey

Weisiger Fred tclk Fontaine Warehouse, bds Mrs. Elizabeth Cook

Weisiger F. [C., correspondent Hatcher & Brannon,

bds Mrs. Elizabeth Ccok

Weisinger W., bkkpr, Brannon & Hatcher, bds Mrs. M. C. Lary

Wells Ellen Mrs., res es Forsyth, 3 h n of Early

Wells E. L , of Wells & Curtis, boots and shoes, se cor Front and Baldwin

Wells Lewis, butcher, bds Perry House

Wells E. L , Jr., student, res E. L. Wells

Wells Louisiana, res Mrs. Ellen Wells

Wells Mrs. M. B , wid, res 7 Jackson

Wells James, wks Thomas Gilbert's printing office,

res Mrs Ellen Wells

Welch Mrs. Naomi, wid, res Mrs. L. J. White

Welsh Mrs. Rachel, wid, res Fra^k Dennis

Welsh Mrs. M. H , wid, res Brownville

Wellborn Miss Eveline, res Epping House

Wellborn Marshall, student, res Ex-Gov. J. M. Smith.

West Miss Emma, wks Muscogee mills, res W. R. West

West William, machinist, res W. R. West

West W. R , machinist, res Rrownville

West M. J., groceries, res Girard

West G B., carpenter, res Brownville

West Fort, scalesman Lowell warehouse, bds Mrs. J. B. Oliver

West William, wks Willingham & Co

West Miss Ella, wks E and P mills, res J. B. West

West W. R , wks Willingham & Co

WTest Mrs. Penelope, wid, res Girard

West Jesse, wks Willingham & Co

West Fort, elk Lowell warehouse, bds Mrs. J. B. Oli

ver

208

DIRECTORY._

White Department.

West G. T., supt Muscogee mills, bds M. C. Wooten Westley Mrs. E. B , wid, res Girard
Whatley Miss Mattie, res L. W. Whatley Whatley A. J., fireman C k W R R, res L W. What
ley Whatley -, res Brownville

Whatley Miss Laura, wks E and P mills, res H. Whatley
Whatley William, wks E and P mills, res H. What ley
Whatley H., res Brownville Whatley Miss Anna, res H. Whatley Whatley George, res H. Whatley Whatley A. H., elk G. T. Miller, res L. W. Whatley Whatley L. W., night watchman Union Depot, res
Lin wood Whatley G. W., res L. W. Whatley Wheat Eli M., elk Citv Drug Store, bds Rankin
House White Miss Eliza, bds Mrs. Mary Culpepper White Mrs Rosa, wid, res Mrs Fanny Strickland White MBs Mary, res Miss Fanny Strickland White Mrs. C., wid, res W. P. White
White A. N., elk J. T. Pearce, res Brownville White J. J.. elk W. L. Tillman, bds same White W. P., wks E and P mills, res Brownville White James, cotton buyer, res Mrs. Clara Dexter White Miss Sophronia, res James White White A. W., carpenter, res cor Woolfolk and Troup White Julia, wks Muscogee mills, res Mrs. L. J.
White White J T., wks Golden Bros., res Girard White Miss Tabitha, res James White White W. D , groceries, also news, res Brownville
White James, res Brownville White L. G , res A. W. White White J. A., elk, res 7 S Oglethorpe White J. D., elk W. H. McKinney, res Brownville Whitehead William, engineer, res es Broad, nr junc
of Warren White H. M., of L. E. & H. M. White, gen mdse, res
es Troup, 2 h s Woolfolk White Mrs. L. J., wid, res N Liberties White Mrs. A. E , wid, res S2 Lee

__DIRECTORY._209
White Department.
White J. D., elk William McKinzie, res Brownville White L. E., of L. E. & H. M. White, gen mdse, res
H. M. White White Bonny, wks E. P. Mills, res J. D. White Whitney Charles, res Brownville Whitman Eugene, wks C&RBR, res Mrs. Caroline
Whitman Whitman Miss Ida, res Mrs Caroline Whitman Whitman Miss Cornelia, wks E and P mills, res Mrs.
Caroline Whitman Whitman Mrs. Caroline, wid, res ws Oglethorpe 6 h
n Woolfolk Whiteside Thomas, master steamer Wiley Whiteside George B,, sec and treas Col Iron Wks and
Central Line Boats, res W. R. Brown Whiteside G. H., captain steamer Everingham, res ws
Broad, 1 h n Covington Whithurst W. B., res Girard Whittlesey Miss Maria, res W. H. Whittlesey Whittlesey J. H.,clk Allen Bros., res se Crawford and
Troup Whittlesey C. S., mechanic, bds W. H. Whittlesey Whittlesey W. H., clerk Allen & Bro , res 75 Crawford Whitfield`W. W., bkkpr, J. T. Daniel, bds Mrs. L. 0.
Hopkins Whyte J. A , cotton buyer, bds Mrs. C. E. Diib*r Wickham A., brickmason, res I. B. Sample Wiggins Mrs. Elizabeth, res James Jarrett Wiggins Mrs. Mary, wid, res ws Front Wiggins Jack, wks No. 3 E and P mills, res ss Front
Willis W A., gen mdse, res Wynnton Willis Miss Martha, res Mrs. T. C. Willis Willis Miss Mamie, res J. T. Willis Willis Judge J. T., res Wynnton Willis J. W., painter, res Brownville Willis Mrs. M. S., wid, res Brownville Willis Miss Emmie, res J. T. Willis Willis Charles, elk L. Harris, res Oglethorpe, 2 h n
Early Willis Miss Telitha, res Mrs. T. C. Willis Willis Miss Annie, res Mrs. M. S. Willis Willis J. J., wks Muscogee mills, res Brownville
Willis Miss Luta, res J. J. Willis

JOHN S. STEWART--JOB PRINTING

210

DIRECTORY.

White Department.
S w-n-s 1.88 Erama> res Mrs T. c. Willis
Wilhs Miss M. A , res Mrs T. C. Willis

Wi is T S., res J WTI'^. 'WreislliBs rownville Willis W. D., res J. T. Willis
Miss Tern pa, res N Liberties
wW-inlleetttt HtteBn-r'y, resJQMllrns.RMvanP,. rWesiMllertst. M. P. Willett Willett Miss Sallie, res Mrs. M. P. Willett

w1,! ^ J?88 atfcie> res Mrs. M. P. Willett

thorpe^1"8' M' P'' reS ne 001 Commerce and Ogle-

JS}|et* Miss Ela, res Mrs. Sarah Willett

w!!ufr tlU''nlkuMrSeSarah WiHett, res same

W'lWt

' C ^ MfS- arah Willett, res same

U illett Miss Ida, res Mrs Sarah Willett

W uiett Mrs. Sarah, mer, res cor Jackson and Com merce .

Willett E E., butcher, res Mrs M P. Willett Wi kins Miss Lucy, res F. G. Wilkins

w-!rmS

cottcm buyer, res 218 Broad

Wilkins Miss Fannie, res F. G. Wilkins

Milkms Miss Ada, saleslady M. H. Lee, res Mrs. Mary Reyno ds

Wbi!b?O^agrle,,tThhoorpmeas' marble worker A. M. Elltdge, res M ilkerson Miss S, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. S
Wilkerson

^Front*011 MrS" Sarah' wid' res se cor Franklin and

Wilkerson Miss S S., res W. W. McDaniel Wilkerson Mrs. M. A., res W. W. McDaniel
Williamson George, wks Thomas Gilbert, res N Lib erties

}JTi\\GOX J- S., elk D. F. Willcox, res same

Wi lcox D. F , ins, res 7 S McIntosh

Willcox A. A., elk D. F. Willcox, res same

Wilson Mrs. M, wid, res ns Franklin, 1 h e Broad

Wilson Mrs. D., wid, res John Cleghoru

0

\Vilson Jackson, machinist, res Brownville Wilson James, lab, res Brownville

DIRECTORY.

211

White Department.

Wilson Miss Mary, wks No 3 E and P mills, res Mrs.

Elizabeth Howard

WTilson Alex, tinner McArdle & Co, res Wynnton

Wilson Miss Irene, res 46 Troup

Wilson B. F., elk G. E. Thomas, bds Raiford House

Wilson Carpenter, bds Planter's House

Wilson Susan, wks Muscogee mills, bds Mrs. Sarah

Harris

Wilson Mrs. E., wid, res Lively

Wilson Joseph, farmer, res Mrs. E. Wilson

Wilson Mrs. Georgia, res es McIntosh, 3 h s Thomas

Wilson B. F.. lab, res Mrs. Georgia Wilson

Wilson Berry, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. M. Wilson

Wiley Nathan, wks E and P mills, res se cor Frank

lin and Troup Willingham J. T., of Willingham & Co, sash, doors,

etc, bds 63 Forsyth Willingham W. A., of Willingham & Co, mfrs sash,

doors, etet, res 66 Forsyth

Willingham E. G., elk W. A. Willingham & Co, res

same W illiford Miss Amoret, teacher, res Thomas G. Cole

man Williams James, brickmason, res cor Jackson and

Commerce

Williams Mrs. F., wid, res Lively

Williams Miss Lona, res Mrs. F. Williams

Williams Sophrona, wks E and P mills, res T. H.

Dyer Williams Miss Mary, res Mrs. Ann Harmon

Williams Mrs. Belle, wid, res ws McIntosh, 4 h n

Franklin Williams Miss Arcadia, student Col. Female Col., bd&

same Williams Miss Josie, student Col. Female Col., res

same \ Williams Lottie, bds Madame M. Gathrie

Williams Mrs. R. G., wid. res 178 Oglethorpe

Williams Johnson, student, res Mrs. R. G. Williams

Williams George, lab, res rear Mrs R. G. Williams

Williams Mrs S W., wid, res 31 Troup

Williams Miss A. R., res Mrs. S. W. Williams

Williams Miss M. S., res Mrs. S. W. Williams

Williams Miss C. R , res Mrs S. W. Williams

212

DIRECTORY.

White Department.
Williams W. H., elk J. S. Jones, bds Mrs. L. 0. Hop kins
Williams Miss E. K., res D. E. Williams Williams Miss Alma, res D. E. Williams Williams Mrs Janet, wid, res 8 Forsyth Williams Mrs. Dicey, wid, wks Empire mills, res se
cor Front and Thomas Williams Miss Emily Laura, res Giles T. Williams Williams Miss Della, res Giles T. Williams Williams Miss Effie, res Giles T. Williams Williams Minnie, bds Madame Mary Jones Williams G. M.. of Swift mfg co, res ns Front, 2 h s
St. Clair Williams Miss Ina, res G. M. Williams Williams Miss Emma, wks E and P mills, res ws
Front. 4 h n Dillingham Williams Alpha A , photographer, res Wynnton Williams Wiley, compositor Enquirer Sun, bds Rai-
ford House Williams Miss Nancy, res Miss Lou Page Williams Dave, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Williams Barton, of Williams Bros, confectioners,
bds James Christian Williams H, A., of Williams & Martin, res Girard Williams Miss Marie, res Mrs. Malissa Pearce Williams Milford, res Brownville Williams Mrs. M. A., wid, res Girard Williams Samuel, elk Brannon & Carson, bds Mrs.
M. C. Lary Williams Miss M. C., elk Singer mfg ce Williams D., genl freight and asst ticket agt M &
GRR Williams Miss Alice, wks Swift mfg co, res Ellis
French Williams Hiram, wagon maker, res Girard Williams Hannah, cigar maker R. B. Thomas Williams J. T., elk Edwards & Ingersoll, bds J. A.
Allbright Williams D. E., genl freight and ticket agt M & G R
R, res 74 Randolph Williams James T., photographer, res 159 Broad Williams Miss C., res H. D. Williams Williams H. D., res ws Troup, 2 h n railroad
Williams S. H., elk Brannon & Carson, bds Mrs. M.
C. Lary

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direct6ry.

213

White Department.
Williams Charles, elk D. N. Gibbons1 res E Commons
Williams Miss Norah, res H. D. Williams Williams Boland, wks E and P mills, res T. H.
Dyer Williams John, wks E and P mills, res T. H. Dyer Williams Alex, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Wilhelm G. E., receiving elk Union depot, res cor
Fourth ave and Franklin Winn Mrs. Bebecea, wid, res Mrs. L. A. Matthews Winn Dr. David, physician, res 2 N Jackson Winn Miss Susan, res Mrs. Mary Bay Winn T. J., city mgr Wheeler & Wilson mfg co Winn Robert, student, res Dr. David Winn Winn Frank, wks Antonio Ponce, res Mrs. Mary Bay Winn John, wks Swift mfg co, res Mrs. Mary Bay Winn Thomas, agt Wheeler & Wilson mfg co, res 62
Oglethorpe Winters Miss Penia, res J. J. Winters Winters Miss Georgia, res J. J. Winters Winters Miss Martha, res J. J. Winters Winters J. J., butcher, res Brownville Winters T. J., res Brownville Winstead Samuel, res Lively Windom George, carpenter, re;s Girard
Wirt Miss Elizabeth, res C. Batastini Wise Mrs Francis, wid, res Jackson, 3 h n Few Wise George L., groceries, res Mrs. Francis Wise Wise G. L., elk W. A. Martin, res 51 S. Jackson Wise J F,, asst foreman Enquirer Sun, res 29 Troup Wise C. J., of Dudley & Wise contractors and build
ers, res ss Bryan, 1 h e McIntosh Wiskaskie L., tailor G. E. Thomas, res 41 Forsyth Wittich Adolphus, of Wittich & Kinsel, jewelers, res

229 Broad Withrow N. C., res se cor Franklin and Front
Wood W. R., groceries, bds Brown House Wood J. J.. groceries, res ss St. Clair, 3 h w Troup
Wood W. H., bailiff, res 82 Oglethorpe
Wood May, bds Madame Mary Jones Wood Miss Katie, student, res J. J. Wood Wood T. W., salesman Willingham & Co, res W. J.

Wood Wood W. J., collector Willingham & Co, res 63 For

syth

214

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Woodson W. L., elk James E. Cargill Woodall Simon, res Brownville

Woodall Miss Mattie, wks E and P mills, res Simon Woouall
Woodall James, res Brownville
Woodall Miss M., wks E and P mills, res J. N. Woodall
Woodall J. TST, res Lively
Woodruff Ernest, elk G. W. Woodruff, res same Woodruff G. W., proprietor Empire mills, res Lin-
wood Woodruff H. L., cashier Empire mills, res 80 Craw
ford Woodruff Mrs. A. E., wid, bds Rankin House
Woodruff H. W., bkkpr Ga warehouse, bds Perry House
Woodfield Miss Mary, wks Thomas Gilbert, res Gi rard
Wolfe Miss Olivia, bds William Cooper
Woolfolk A. S , scalesman Ga warehouse, res W. G. Woolfolk
Woolfolk John C., groceries, bds J. W. Woolfolk Woolfolk Robert, bkkpr John C, Woolfolk, res country Woolfolk J. W., Ga warehouse, res ws Broad, 5 h n
Franklin Woolfolk H. B , elk C. E. Hockstrasser, res Wynnton Woolfolk Robert, elk John Woolfolk, bds Dr. Schley Woolfolk Albert, elk Ga Warehouse, bds Dr. Schley Woolfolk William, res J. W. Woolfolk Woolfolk Charles, student, res W. G. Woolfolk Woolfolk W. G , planter, res Wynnton Woolfolk A. R , coal and wood, res 90 Jackson
Wooldridge Dr. J. H., physician, res cor Brown and Early
Wooldridge Miss Lulu, bds Perry House Wooldridge Abb, agt Blanchard & Burrus, bds Dr.
David Winn.
Wooldridge Mrs. M. A., wid. res Dr. J. H. Wooldridge Wooldridge Miss M., bds Perry House Wooldridge Miss Mattie, res Dr. J. H. Wooldridge Wooldridge A., elk Burrus & Blanchard, bds Dr. David
Winn

Wooten M. C., res 52 McIntosh Wommack W. D., clerk J. A. Lewis, bds Brown House

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_DIRECTORY._ 215
White Department.
Wommack J., merchant, res N Liberties Wommack Miss Serena, res J. Wommack Wommack J., merchant, res N Liberties Wommack S., merchant, res N Liberties Worrell Miss Josephine, res F. M. Worrell Worrell Miss Abbie, res Mrs. Eleanor Worrell Worrell Magnus, wks Muscogee mills, res Mrs. El
eanor Worrell Worrell John, elk Robert Justice, res James Worrell Worrell Miss Katie, res F. W. "Worrell W'orrell F W., wks E and P mills, res Girard Worrell Miss M., res Mrs. Eleanor Worrell Worrell Mrs. Eleanor, wid, res Brownville Worthy Miss Julia, student Col, Female Col., bds same Worthy Mrs. Louisa, wid, res 14 Jackson Worthy Miss Nettie, res Mrs. Louis Worthy Wright Mrs. H. F., wid, res cor Woolfolk and Jackson Wright Mrs. M. A., wid, res Mrs. H F. Wright Wright Mrs. Malinda, wid, res Brownville Wright Miss Lula, res N Liberties Wright R E , student, res Mrs. M. A. Wright Wright Mrs. A., wid, res ss Randolph, 2 h e Forsyth Wright Miss Daisy, res Mrs. A. Wright Wright A. R., elk Perry House Wright Miss Donie, wks E and P mills, res Mrs. Ma
linda Wright Wright Miss Rena, res Wilson Wright Wright Miss S , res Mrs. Malinda Wright Wright Miss Sallie, res Wilson Wright Wright B J., foreman Willingham & Co's lumber
yard, res Brownville Wright Miss Georgia, res Mrs. Malinda Wright Wright George bds T. Smith
Wright Alice, bds Madame Lizzie Belcher Wright Miss Malinda, res Mrs. Malinda Wright Wright Wilson, res Brownville Wright Miss Ella, res Mrs. M. Hardwick Wright Miss B. A., res Wilson Wright Wright Mrs. C. R., res A. G. Prime Wyatt Frank, carpenter, res Brownville Wyatt Eli, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Wyche Miss Tommy, res Mrs. A. W. Wyche Wyche Miss Della, res Mrs. A. W. Wyche
WycheW. S., wks Western depot, res Mrs. A.W.Wyche

216

DIRECTORY.

White Department.

Wyche Mrs. A. W., wid. res 69 Forsyth Wynne T. K., of Times, res nw cor Lee and Oglethorpe Wynne Miss Susie, res T. K, Wynne Wynn Mrs. L C., res A. C. McGehee Wynn H. E., res T. K Wynn Wynn T. W., elk J. T. Johnson, bds Dr. D. Winn Wynn Miss Amanda, res Mrs. E. Lates
YANCY MRS. MARGARET, wid, res 11 Forsyth

Yancy Zeke, wks No. 3 E and P mills Yarrington A. A., bds Mrs. M. A. Kilpatrick Yarbrough Geo. M., elk J. S. Jones, bds Raiford House Yarbrough Mrs. E., wid, res Liveiy Yarbrough T. G., drayman, res 60 Front Yarbrough J. F., of Bruce & Yarbrough, groceries,,
etc., res 60 Front Yates Miss H. V., res Mrs. M. E. Purnell Yearty J., res N Liberties Yocum Jacob H., supt Col. water co, bds Rankin House Yonge E. E , of Yonge & Grimes, brokers and real
estate, res Linwood Young Mrs. W., wid, res T. S. Young Young James, wks Muscogee mills, res Gus Young Young A. 0., gen mdse, res Brownville Young T. R., mechanic, res Brownville Young C. E., carpenter, res Brownville Young T. S., Mayor, res Brownville Young Miss Bertie, wks Swift mfg co, res Jim Ratcliff Young Miss M. J., res T. S. Young Young Gus, wks Muscogee mills, res Brownville Younger Mrs. M. A., res 56 Oglethorpe Youngblood Miss Ida, bds James Martin

ZACHARY Miss Lela, res Mrs. Melinda Zachary

Zachary Miss Mattie, wks Swift mfg co, res Mrs. Malinda Zachary Zachary Miss Ida, res Mrs. Melinda Zachary Zachary Mrs. Melinda, res Mrs. Nancy Crawford Zacharias I., of Zacharias & Co, drugs, 6 Jackson,

opp court house

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COLUMBUS DIRECTORY.

COLORED DEPARTMENT.

To find a name kno* how it is spelled. Half Dnmbers mean upstairs. Errata, changes and removals will be found in first pages.

ABBREVIATIONS.

bds.boards

ilk.clerks

res..esidt'S

wid.widow

lab.

laborer

bet.between

ws...west side

ns.north si

Carr Alice, wash'n, res Brownville Carter Amanda, res cor McIntosh and Franklin

Carter Ben, waiter Epping House Carter Cornelia, wash'n, res rear Mose Dence

Carter Cornelia, res rear Joseph Jepson

r|

Carter Ed., waiter Brown Hotel res rear Joseph I

Jepson

Carter Eliza, servt John Brown

Carter Ella, res Amanda Carter

r

Carter Elmira, servt A. M. Brannon Carter Frank, shoemaker, res Willis Carter

Carter Henry, lab, res Linwood

Carter Ida, servt John Brown

Carter James, res Henry Carter

Carter John, lab, res e limits Carter Mary, res N Liberties

Carter Mattie, servt Dr. David VYinn

Carter Mattie, servt H. Whatley Carter William, res Henry Carter Carter Eli, boarding, res ss Randolph, nr Oglethorpe 1

Carter William, lab, res rear John Brown Carter Willis, shoemaker, res N Liberties

Carter Charlie, lab, res es Forsyth Cato, John, porter Rankin House bar, bdssame

Ceeley George, lab, res es Forsyth, 2 h s Baldwin Chambers Joseph, lab, res ws Jackson, 3 h s Baldwin

Chambers Maria, res Wylie Shelton

Chambers Susannah, res Dave West

Chaney Jack, lab. res es McIntosh

Chapman Ella, res N Liberties Chappell Ellen, servt Mrs. L. R. Chappell

Charles Mark, res rear Seaborn Milton Charleston Charles, wks Fee McMahon, res Nathan

Charleston Charleston Fanny, res Nathan Charleston Charleston Nathanial, wks Fee & McMahon, res e

limits Chase Green, res 35 Forsyth

Christian Anna, res es Troup, nr Early Christian Henry, cook Government boat, res es Mc

Intosh, 4 h n Bryan Christian Isabella, res rear 19 Mercer Christopher Lucius, lab, res e limits nr brickyard

DIRECTORY.

229

Colored Department.

Clark Amy, servt W. D. Affleck, res Edward Cooper

Clark Elias, roaster, res Lizzie Boyd

Clark Elijah, shoemaker, res 201 Broad

Clark Ella, domestic, res Henry Clark

Clark Etie, servt Charles Phillips

Clark Flora, servt F. M. Brooks

Clark Georgia, res Linwood.

Clark Filmore, lab, res es 1st ave 2 h s Thomas

Clark George, res N Liberties

Clark Henrietta, res Filmore Clark

Clark Henry, servt B. L Johnson

Clark Henrv, lab, res N Liberties

Clark Henry, lab, 120 Forsyth

Clark James, 'porter, N. N. Hirsch

Clark John, lab, res W. S. Kenedy

Clark Mary, res Filmore Clark

Clark Mary, wash'n, res Louis Logan

Clark Milley, servt J Rhodes Browne

Clark Mamie, servt Mis. Clara Dexter

Clark Pinkney, cook Robert Bize

Clark Richard, servt E Phillips

Clark Robert, lab, res N Liberties

Clark Sarah, boarding, 201 Broad

Clary Easter, servt James Miller

Claus Emily, cook J. C. Andrews

Clay Moses, bricklayer, res Brownville

Clayton William, servt J. N. Gilbert

Cleggs Peter, lab, res es McIntosh, 4 h n Lee

Clemons Gus, res rear Samuel Brown

Clemmons John, servt A. C. McGehee

Coaster Emeline, wash'n, res 72 Oglethorpe

Coaster Benj., lab, res Emeline Coaster

Cobb Amos, porter J. G. Strufier

Cobb Daniel, wks S W R R shop3, res sw cor Thomas

Cobb Kizzie, res Lewis Daniels

Cobb Penny, servt L. P. Warner

Cobb Phyllis, res Daniel Cobb

Cokogee Ellen, servt J. A. Walker

Cokogee Josie, servt J. M Henderson

Colbert Adam, lab, res 7 Forsy.h

Colbert Austin, lab, res Peter Ruffin

Colbert Louisa, res James McCormick

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Colbert Samuel, lab, res es McIntosh, 7 _h n Baldwin,

Cole Benjamin, drayman, res N Liberties

230_ DIRECTORY._
Colored Department.
Coleman Ann, res 201 Broad Coleman Catherine, res Alex Fontaine Coleman Frank, res Crawford Griffin Coleman George, cook Central Hotel, res N Liberties Coleman George, carpenter, res N Liberties Coleman Hal, porter J. F. Marcrum & Co Coleman Henry, waiter Central Hotel Coleman Isham, lab, res ss Few, 3 h w Forsyth Coleman Josephine, cook, res ws McIntosh, 9 h n s
limits
Coleman Lurenia, wash'n, res Lemuel Daniels Coleman Richard, res Crawford Griffin Coleman Sallie, servt Mrs. A. W. Sykes Coleman Sarah, res Crawford Griffin Coley George, lab, res Brownville Collins Edward, lab. res N Liberties Colquitt Morgan, lab, res Ann Thornton Collins Robert, lab, res 13 Troup Comb Mattie, res Brownville
Combs Silla, cook Mrs. Lizzie McAlister, res same Comer Josephine, servt W. L. Tillman Comer Ida, servt W. L. Tillman Connelly Rose, servt "W. R. K-mp Cook Anna, wash'n, res e limits Cook Annie, wash'n, res 37 Troup Cook Buck, servt T. H. Mitchell Cook Henry, servt T. H. Mitchell Cook Carrie, servt John Johnson Cook Cynthia, servt B. R. Hines Cook Eliza, res ws Forsyth 4 h n Washington Cook Emma, wash'n, res Brownville Cook Hannah, res N Liberties Cook Henry, lab, res N Liberties Cook Lucretia, res William Edenton Cook Major, lab, es McIntosh, 6 h n Fulton Cook Mary, servt L. G. Bowers
Cooper-, servt George Flournoy, res Washington Cooper
Cooper Alice, servt W. L. Clark Cooper Charles, servt, J. J. Wood Cooper Edward, lab, es Mercer 6 h s Thomas Cooper F.. stevedore, Rebecca Everingham, res 93
Troup
Cooper Henry, brickmason, res N Liberties

OHN S. STEWART, THE

--PRINTER,36 Randolph St., Columbus, Ga.

DIRECTORY.

231

Colored Department.

Cooper George, carpenter, res Washington Cooper Cooper Ida, res Henry Cooper

Cooper Louisa, res Sarah Cooper

Cooper M. A., servt, res Washington Cooper

Cooper Samuel, wks ice factory, res es River, nr Baldwin

Cooper Samantha, servt John Durkin

Cooper Sarah, res cor Washington and Lee

Cooper Sherman, carpenter, res Washington Cooper

Cooper Washington, carpenter, res 115 Troup

Cotton Matt, servt Mrs. B. Kunsbery, res same Coward Henry, lab, res Charles Thornton

Cowell Nettie, servt Mrs Benjamin Rice

Cox Emma, wash'n, res Front, bet Crawford and Dil lingham

Cox Green, carpenter, res N Liberties

Crampton Charles, plasterer, res ws Mercer, 5 h s Franklin

Crampton Emma, servt W. R. Blanchard

Crampton Mary, cook J. D. Smith, res same

Crawford Amelia, wash'n, res rear 25 Mercer

Crawford Charity, res N Liberties

Crawford Dock, minister, res 95 Forsyth

^Crawford Doc, basket maker, res 6th ward

Crawford Ella, res Martha Knight

Crawford Martha, res Alex Howard

Crawford Mason, res Phoebe Davis

Crawford Rosa, wash'n, res Dock Crawford

Creighton Pascal, barber Jos. McGhee, res e limits Crenshaw Rosetta, res Linwood

Crimes Harriet, res Millie Lewis

Croel Samuel, wks J. M. Fletcher & Son Cross Ella, res Mrs. E. Cross

Cross Mrs E., dressmaker, res cor Thomas and Mercer

Crowder Burrell, lab, res ws McIntosh, 4 h n Few

Crowell George, wks E and P mills, res Brownville Crowell Margaret, res George Crowell

Crump Dick, lab, res Thomas Crump

Crump Lucy, res Thomas Crump

Crump Thomas, lab, res es Troup, nr Early

Cu len Richard, hostler Central stables'

232

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.
Cullen Perry, wks E and P mills, res Keziah Hamil ton
Culpepper Simon, carpenter, res e limits Cumby Charles, barber, res Ed. Hill

Cunningham Abram, carpenter, res ns Franklin, 2 h w Mercer
Cunningham Ella, res Louis Logan
Cunningham Elvira, seamstress, res es Mercer 7 h s Thomas
Cunningham George, lab, res Sarah Cunningham

Cunningham Hannah, res Wash Cunningham Cunningham Julia, res sw cor Mercer and Franklin Cunningham Sarah, res ne cor Lee and Mercer Cunningham Wash., res e limits Cuny William, barber, res Jos McGhee Curtis Cling, porter F. F Jacobs Curtis Robert, servt W. P. Hunt
Curtis Sarah, servt W. P. Hunt

DANE BETTY, wash'n, res Catrie Anderson Daniel John, butcher, res N Liberties Daniel Camilla, res Alfred Murray Daniel Lewis, drayman, res es Mercer, 7 h s Thomas
Daniel Lemuel, lab, res ns Fulton 4 h w Forsyth Daniel Albert, servt WTlliam H. Hughes Daniels Gilbert, lab, res Jane Daniels Daniels Julia, res Jane Daniels Daniels Jane, wash'n, res N Liberties Damon Francis, servt H. S. Park Davling Charles, lab, res Milley Jenkins Davis Aleck, lab, res N Liberties Davis Julia, res N Liberties Davis Eliza, servt G. T. West Davis Nelson, wks E and P mills, res Nelson Green Davis Ella, res Davis Sims Davis Charles, lab, bds Lawson Hartsfield Davis Jerry, lab L. Rooney Davis Lucy, res Arrena Davis Davis Frank, carpenter, res 427 Troup Davis Caroline, res Frank Davis Davis Arrena, chambermaid Rankin House, res
Troup, cor Fulton Davis Gabriel, shoemaker, res ws Mercer, 6 h n Lee Davis Prince, rouster on steamboat, res Oglethorpe,
nr s limits

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DIRECTORY.

233

Colored Department.

Davis Catherine, seamstress, res 88 Jackson

Davis Lewis,, lab, res Edward Jackson

Davis Jefferson, wks ice factory, res es River, nr

Baldwin

Davis William, lab, res N Liberties

Davis Selina, wash'n, res 25 Mercer

Davis Ann, cook, res rear 25 Mercer

Davis Julia, wash'n, res ns Crawford, 1 h w Mercer

Davis John, res Julia Davis

Davis Enoch, wks Willingham & Co

Davis Mary, servt A. Illges

Davis Maggie, res Mrs. M. A. Kilpatrick

Davis Andrew, carpenter, res Linwood

Davis Malinda, res Jacob Cary

Davis Sdlie, cake baker, res Fannie Jones

Davis Henry, bartender Isham Cooper, res ns Few, 3

h n Troup

Davis Jerry, servt Epping House

Davis Phoebe, wash'n, res N Liberties

Davis Zach., lab, res Phoebe Davis

Davis Maria, servt Darius R, Bize

Davis H. R., shoemaker, res N Liberties

Davis Mary, servt W. L. Clark

Davis Henry, shoemaker, res ws Troup, 5 h n Wash

ington

Davis Easter, servt Jordan L. Howell

Davis Lula, servt C. A. Etheridge

Dawson Carrie, servt A. 0. Blackmar

Dawson Benjamin, lab, res N Liberties

Dawson Augustus, merchant, res ws Mercer, 4 h n

Lee

Dawson E, brickmason, res N Liberties

Dawson Isaac, res E. Dawson

Dawson Dennis, lab, res N Liberties

Dawson George, porter G. J. Peacock, bds Caroline

White

Dawson Laura, servt Geo B. Swift, Jr

Dawson Charles, lab, res wb Forsyth 3 h n Wash

ington

Dean Caroline, res Lela Dean

Dean Lela, wash'n, res es McIntosh 4 h n Franklin

Deats Alex, servt Perry House

Della Phoebe, res Anna Wilson

Dence Mose, res Alex Dence

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234

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

>

Dence Alex, head waiter Perry House, res ws For

syth 1 h n Franklin

Dennis Columbus, lab, res es McIntosh 2 n Lee '

Dennis Charles, lab banging factory, res Ellen Dozier

Dennis Lee, drayman W. J Watt

Dennis Samuel, wks Col. Iron Wks, res ns Thomas

2 h w Mclnto h

Dennis Lonnie, res Sam Stuart

Denson Andrew, lab, res ws Forsyth 3 h s Wash

ington

Dew berry Nancy, wash'n, res rear 72 Oglethorpe

Dickson Rosa, wash'n res Washington Dickson

Dickson Washington, blacksmith, res es Forsyth 3

h s Fulton

Dickson Rosa, res Ben Smith.

Dickson Catharine, res Fanny Smith

Dillon Elijah, hostler Mundav & Robinson

Dinwiddy Mollie, servt J. C Ellison

Dish room Gilbert, servt Mrs. B. Wright

Dishroom Pauline, servt Mrs. T. L. Langdon

Dixon Jennie, res 23 Mercer

Dizie Bettie, servt A. E. Patterson

Dodd Ann, res nw cor Early and McIntosh

Donnelly Minnie, res Eliza Turner

Doroughtv Francis, res John Rogers

Dorsey William, servt R. W. Ledsinger

Douger Douglas, carpenter, res Linwood

Douglas Henry, lab, res Linwood

Dove Maria, res es I roup, 3 h w Woolfolk

Dowdell Joseph, servt G. A. Bradford

Dowdell Burke, lab, res Mrs A. C. Broadhurst

Dowdy Mack, lab, res N Liberties

Doyle Kinney, servt Dr. T. W. Tuggle

Dozier Laura, cook T. D. Blanchard

Dozier Ellen, cook, res ws McIntosh, 4 h s Wash

ington

Dozier Alice, res Bettie Walker

Dozier Henry, blacksmith, res Linwood

Dozier Ella, servt W C. Coart

Dozier John, res rear Jordon Roberson

Dozier J.. shoemaker, res N Liberties

Drain Jefferson, drayman, bds George Goode

Drummer Richard, peddler, res Anna Sparks

Drew Rose, servt T. J. Bates

DIRECTORY.

235

Colored Department.

Duggle William, servt Mrs. Elizabeth Cook

Duke Catherine, servt H. H. Epping

Dukes David, drayman, res e limits

Duncan Kinlan, lab, res ws McIntosh, 1 h n Few

Dunn Ella, servt John F. Keene

Dunwoody Francis, res e limits

Dyer Calvin, carpenter, res 46 McIntosh

T^ASON LUCY, wash'n, res Julius Gardner
Easton William, carpenter, res Linwood Eaton Emma, res Plummer Eaton
Eaton Plummer, carpenter, res rear Daniel Rowell Echols Doc, painter, res cor McIntosh and Lee Eckter Isaac, painter, res N Liberties
Edenton William, lab, res ws Mercer, 2 h n Thomas Edmonds James, hostler Central stables Edwards Anna, servt W. R. Bedell Edwards E, wks Willingham & Co
Ennis George, lab, res Bussey's alley, 2 h e Forsyth Edwards Hardy, lab, res Amy Nelson Edwards Henrietta, servt 0. G. Hill Edwards Kittie, servt P. II. Kelly, res same Edwards Kittie, servt Mrs. M. J. Barshall
Edwards Thomas, trunk maker, res 54 Front Elkin Senie, wash'n, res ws Mercer, 1 h s Thomas Ellis Thomas, lab, res Linwood
Elliott Thomas, wks Willingham & Co Ellison Ellen, lab, res Linwood Epps Annie, servt Mr. Berry Epps Ransom, lab, res N Liberties
Ethridge Sydney, wash'n, res rear Nathan Brown Essick Maria, servt J. E. Gammon Evans Aaron, lab, resN Liberties
Evans Benjamin, drayman, res N Liberties Evans Calvin, res W. L. Kimbal Evans Clara, res Aaron Evans Evans Emma, res Girard
Evans Jackson, servt William Ragland Evans Joseph, lab, res N Liberties Evans Lou, res George Pryor
Evans Louis, carpenter, res es McIntosh, 4 h s Thomas Evans Peter, hackman, res es McIntosh, S h s St. Clair Evans Philip, lab, res Peter Evans Evans Robert, lab, res Peter Evans

DIRECTORY.
Colored Department.
Evans Thomas, carpenter, res s limits Everett Anderson, lab, res N Liberties
FALLER ELIZABETH, waitress Mrs. T. D. Blan chard Farver Eliza, res Susan Thomas Fee Emily, wash'n, res rear Thomas Johnson Fee Mattie, res Thomas Johnson Felton Mills, carpenter, res ws First ave, 2 h n Craw
ford Ferguson Alex, bartender, res ss R R, 1 h w N Jack-
son Ferguson Caroline, domestic, res Tillie Ferguson Ferguson Jane, domestic, res Tillie Ferguson Ferguson Joseph, res Lucy Ferguson Ferguson Lizzie, domestic, res Tillie Ferguson Ferguson Lucy, wks George Brittingham Ferguson Tillie, wash'n, res ws McIntosh, 4 h n s lim
its Ferra George, blacksmith, res N Liberties Ferra Hattie, res George Ferra Ferrell George, blacksmith, r*s N Liberties Ferrell Pleasant, lab, res Brownville Ferrell William, drayman, res S. S. Moses Fields Adolphus, driver William S. Shepperd Fields Emma, res Lucretia Hammond ' Finch Nannie, res Robert Caldwell Finney Jeff, servt D. L. Thomas Finney Mose, lab, res 5 Carter bldg Fish Mark, sexton Presbyterian Church, res ws Mer
cer, 6 h n Lee F.sher Benjamin, servt Mrs. C. L. Kyle Fisher Benjamin, carpenter, 46 McIntosh Fisher Dora, Amanda Carter Fisher Ike, res N Liberties Fisher Isaac, carpenter, res e limits Fisher Mollie, domestic, res ws, McIntosh, 5 h n
Early Fisher Richard, lab, res rear Mrs. S. W. Williams Fitz Fannie, servt Mrs. J. A. Rogers Flagg Lula, wash'n, res e limits Flagg Mattie, wash'n, res rear Alice Grant Flanagan Maggie, servt Mrs. M. B Hansel Flanders Ann, wash'n, res Susan Jernnigan

DIRECTORY.

237

Colored Department.

I Flanders Nathan, lab, res Linwood

I Flanders Solomon, lab, res es McIntosh, 3 h n

Baldwin

I Fleming Charlotte, res Willis Fleming

I Fleming Emma, res Morris Green

I Fleming Green, lab, res rear Elijah Walker

I Fleming Willis, lab, res ws McIntosh, 3 h s Early

I Fletcher Hensley, wks S W R R depot, res 45 For

syth

I Fletcher Phoebe, res Linwood

I Flewellen Jacob, res Wynnton

I Flewellen Jeff, wks Willingham & Co

I Flewellen Lettie, res 8 Troup

I Flewellen Osborn, woolsawyer, res ws First ave, 5 h

n Few

I Flewellen Philip, lab, bds Mary Saulsbury

I Floyd Julia, cook, res Thomas Floyd

Floyd Thomas, lab, res 2 Carter's building

Flournoy Charles, res e limits

I Flournoy Robert, res e limits

Fluellin Charlie, wks brickyard, res Nancy Fluellin

Fluellin Nancy, wash'n, res ns Early, 1 h e McIntosh

Fobb Anna, servt A. O. Blackmar

Folly Cornelia, res N Liberties

Fontaine E , servt C. B. Grimes

Fontaine Robert, res Eliza cook

Ford Bettie, cook W. B. Langdon

Ford Jane, servt Mrs. J. S. Cushman

Ford Lurenia, cook, res rear Alice Grant

Ford Mary, nurse, res rear Alice Grant

Formby Gregory, porter J. T. Pearce

Fort John lab, res Wylie Wiggins

Fortune Mattie, seamstress, res Lula Thompson

Foster Charles, waiter Epping House

Foster Lina, wash'n, res rear Jefferson Davis

Foster Lucy, servt Mrs. M. A. Bradford

Foster Seaborn, res N Liberties

Foumbey Margaret, res Doc Echols

Fountain Alex, lab, res Girard

Frank Sallie, wash'n, res 51 Troup

Franklin Agnes, res Front, next Empire mills

Franklin B, minister, bds Nancy Flewellen

Franklin Benjamin, res Albert White

Franklin Georgia, cook, res Arthur Blount

238_DIRECTORY._
Colored Department,
Franklin Willis, wks Empire mills Frazier Alfred, chair bottomer, res St. Clair, bet
Broad and Oglethorpe Frazier Hattie, res Bryant Baker Frazer Henry, servt Dr. George McElhaney Frazier Jeff, blacksmith, res Brownville Frazier Julia, res Linwood Frazer Mattie, res -Toff Frazier Frazier Nancy, servt Mrs. S Venable Frazier Susan, domestic, res Brownville Freeman Giles, servt A. 0. Biackmar Freeman Lula, servt J R. Blow Freeman Mary, res es Forsyth Freeman Peter, barber Oliver Weems, res Mercer, bet
St. Clair and Crawford Freeny Emily, wash'n, res ws Mercer, 2 h n Crawford Fruelin Dora, servt Daniel Casey Fry Felix, servt. T. R. Dent Fry Mollie, servt T. R. Dent, res same Fuller Caleb, gardener, res es Forsyth, N Liberties Fuller Parker, res N Liberties Fulton Joshua, well digger, res es McIntosh
GABRIEL JOSEPH, fireman Swift -mfg co, res Lin wood Gabriel Dock, wks Empire mills Gadsden Joseph, lab, res rear Mose Dence Gaines Emeline, wash'n, res N Liberties Gaines Annie, seamstress, res Louisa Booth Gaines Mary, student, res Alex Gaines Gaines Alex, wks E and P mills, res ws Forsyth, 3 h
n Few Galdry George, lab, res Linwood Gales Harriet, servt Mrs M A. Bradford Gammons Cheney, servt Dr. T. J. S. Kimbrough Gardner Ada, seamstress, res Elvira Cunningham Gardner Howard, wks McGee & Brannon, res ws Mc
Intosh, 2 h s Early Gardner Georgia, cook J. M. Bivins, res same Gardner Seaborn, head waiter Rankin House, res 103.
Jackson Gardner Julius, lab, res ws Mercer, 4 h s Early Gardner Louis, lab, res Lively Gardner Jennie, res Rosa Gardner

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DIRECTORY.

239

Colored Dep u tment.

Gardner Jennie, wash'n, res Louis Osborn Gardner Rose, res cor Lee and McIntosh Garling Jordan, lab, res Silvia Stuart Garner Louis, lab, res ss Thomas, 3 h w Front Garner William, res Louis Garner Garnet Lucy, servt Dr. W. F. Tigner Garrett Lucy, servt J. D. Odom Garrett Phillis, res Jarrett Lafayette Garrett Emma, servt Mrs. C. L. Downing Garrett Fred, servt Dr. F. A Stanford Garrett Berry, lab, res Brownville Gates Dan. wks Brown's factory, res ws McIntosh, 4
h n Early Gaudy Victoria, wid, res es Jackson ^Gautier Benjamin, driver Dr. W. T. Gautier George Milbrey, mattress maker, res sw cor Front
and Baldwin George Katie, res Milbrey George George Jerry, glazier, res Milbrey George George Gilford, carpenter, res Linwood George Mary, servt J. A. .Shaw George Henry, painter, res Milbrey Shaw Gibbs Joshua, res Jack Stuart Gibson E. W., minister, res ws McIntosh, 3 h n
Washington Gibson Moses, porter J. Kyie & Co Gideons Image, wks market house, res Isam Coleman Gilbert Cnarlie, hack driver, res ws McIntosh, 4 h 8
Thomas Gilbert Squire, res e limits Gilbert Jane, servt Thomas Gilbert Gilbert Alethia, wash'n, res es McIntosh, 2 h s
Baldwin Givens Samuel, lab, res Brownville Givens L W., carpenter, res ss Franklin, 2 h w Mc
Intosh Glass Thomas, lab, res Fannie Walker Glass Charles, waiter Planter's House Glaze Willis, res N Liberties Glaze George, lab, res N Liberties Glenn Anderson, res 85 Troup Glenn Amelia, servt Mrs. S. J. Deckrow Glenn Williams, lah, res cor Forsyth and Fulton Glover Easter, servt F. H. Mitchell

240

!.DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Godfrey Jane, servt Mrs. Rachel Jordan

Golden Elizabeth, res Susan Golden

Golden Linton, lab, res Linwood

Golden Flora, res Susan Golden

Golden Carrie, res Susan Golden

Golden Susan, res Susan Golden

Golden Susan, wash'n, res Girard

Goldsmith Essie, lab, res ws Fourth ave, 6 h s Frank-

lin Goldsmith William, lab, res Linwood

Goode Lurenia, servt H M. Howard

Goode Laura, servt T. C Sturgis

Goode Anna, res Sarah Stewer

Goode George, boarding, Oglethorpe, nr Bryan

Goodman George, porter J H. Gabriel

Goslin Mrs. Sarah, res George B. Calhoun

Grady Jackson, servt Dr. C. B Leitner

Graham Albert, lab, bds Alfred Porter

Graham Mary, servt, res Frank Hegman

Grammar Betsey, servt C. L Huff

Granberry Benj., carpenter, res 132 Forsyth

Granderson Julia, servt. Dr. C. B. Leitner

Grant Henry, lab, res 7 Redd buildings

Grant Delia, res Columbus Walton

Grant Susan, wash'n. res ws Mercer, 2 h n Crawford

Grant Matthew, lab, res es McIntosh 3 h n Few

Grant Alice, seamstress, res ns Thomas 3 h w Forsyth

Grant Andrew wks Rankin House, res Richard Red-

ding

Grant Sarah, wash'n, res William McGhee

Grant Matilda, res Benjamin Williams

Grant Alfred, lab, res N. Liberties

Grant Catharine wsh'n, res rear 99 Troup

Grant Andrew, wks Blanchard & Burrus

Graves George, lab, res es Thomas 2 h n McIntosh

Grayer Fanny, servt Mrs Jane Ataway

Grayson Violet, res Helsie Hurst

Greggs Alice serv, res Rev. Walker Lewis

Green Fountain, lab, res Brownville

Green Charles, wks Empire mills

Green Morris, lab. res e limits

j

Green Sallie, wash'n, res Betsey Anderson

'f *

Green William, porter William Redd, res Linwood

Green Millie, servt, res James Johnson



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DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Green Henry, shoemaker, res ws Mercer, 2 h n Bald

win

Green Charles, lab, res Henry Green Green Mose, lab, res N Liberties

Green Nettie, seamstress, res ws Oglethorpe,

Bryan

Green Lucy, wasb'n, res John Daniel

Green Cheny, res ws McIntosh, 5 h n Bryan

Green Nelson, painter, res ws McIntosh, 2 h n Bryan

Green Mary, wash'n, res Abner Bates

Green Camilla, res Cheney Green

Green Joe, porter F. B Haywood, res Lucy Green

Green Lucy, res rear 43 Oglethorpe

Green Henrietta, res Lucy Green

Green William, porter William Redd & Co, res e

limits

Green James, servt W, A. Redd

Green James, servt Mrs. Mary Harris

Green Savannah, servt Armory Dexter

Green Sarah, cook, res cor Few and Front

Greenleaf Leander, lab, res Linwood

Greenwood Elwie, res N Liberties

Greenwood Lucy, wash'n, res William Greenwood

Greenwood William, dish washer Rankin House, res

ws McIntosh, 8 h n s limits

Greer Robert, wks J. Fletcher & Son

Griffin Abe, stevedore steamer Rebecca Everingham,

res Robert Griffin

Griffin Robert, stevedore steamer Rebecca Evering

ham, res 126 Forsyth

Griffin Andrew, lab, res 101 Forsyth

Griffin Benjamin, brick layer, res es Forsyth, 4 h

Few

Griffin Crawford, lab. res es Jackson

Griffin Katie^cook, res cor Few and Front

Griffin Arena, res Gus Wright

Griffin Mary Jane, res rear Elijah Walker

Griffin Julia, res ws First ave, 8 h n Crawford

Griffin Simeon, carpenter, res ws First ave, 3 h n

Crawford

Griggs Mary, servt A. C. McGehee

Grimes Gracie, res rear William Tucker's shop

Grimes Bettie, res Nettie Green

Grimes Joe, barber, res Dillingham,

Broad

Front

242

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Grimes Edgar, carpenter, res Broad, 2 h n Fulton

Grinnell James, blacksmith, res e limits

Grisham Sam, lab, res s limits

Grish im Ellen, servt G. P. Swift

Gross Jack, lab, res James Monroe

Gue Ella, seamstress, res 66 Oglethorpe

Gue Eliza, wks E and P mills, res 66 Oglethorpe

Guerry Alfred, 2d cook Central Hotel

Guinea John, res rear A. G. Prime

TTABERSHAM JACK, lab, res James Young

Hacket Sallie, res Hannah Sanders

Hails vnnie, res Julia Williams

Hainie Sarah, res rear Mrs. S. C Burts

Haines Sarah, wash'n, res 55 Troup

Haines Elmira, res Sarah Haines

Haines Henry, res Washington Harris

Hale Ed, servt N. Brittingham

Haley Richard, gardener, res 124 Jackson

Hall William, carpenter, res Mary Lou Wills

Hall Henrietta, chambermaid Central Hotel

Hall Middy, res Simeon Hall

Hall Simeon butcher, res es Forsyth, cor Early

Hall Frank, drayman, res rear Mrs. Mary A. Harris

Hall Harriet, res Frank Hall

Hall John, porter T Newman, res es Front nr .St. Clair

Hall Johnson, lab, res es McIntosh 2 h n Fulton

Hall Miles, driver C. E. Hochstrasser

Hall Julia, wash'n, res Johnson Hall

Hall Johnson, lab, res ws Forsyth 4 h s Few

Hall Mary, res Miles Hall

Hall Prince, servt William Lloyd

Hall Josephine, res Daniel Campbell

Hell Louisa, servt IT. Estes

Hamilton Keziah, res N Liberties

Hammond Henry, barber W. E. Terry, res es Forsyth

bet Few and Early

*

Hammond Susan, wash'n, res 105 Troup

Hammond Lucretia, wash'n, res rear Thomas Johnson

Hammond Lucretia, res nw cor Thomas and McIntosh

Hammond Alfred, carpenter, rear Dr. W. F. Tigner

Hampton Charles, marketman, res 117 Jackson

Hanks Dock, blacksmith, res rear Alice Grant

Hansel Etta, res rear nw cor Bryan and Forsyth

DIRECTORY.

243

Colored Department.
Hansid Samuel, drayman J. T. Deaton, res ws First ave, 4 h s Thomas
Hansom Samuel, porter James E. Deaton Hardaway Miles, lab Empire mills, res 79 Jackson Hardaway William, lab, res 2 h s Empire mills Hardeway Barbara, res Louis Logan Hardeway Nellie, wash'n, res Dillingham, bet Broad
and Front Hardeway Mary Lou. wash'n, res Nellie Hardeway Hardeway Alice, res Nellie Hardeway Hardwick Sam, porter Central Hotel Harper Leah, wash'n, res N Liberties Harper Gilbert, servt T. B. Howard Harper Lizzie, cook, res e limits Harper Mary, servt Peter Preer Harper Morris, res Leah Harper Harrington Dock, blacksmith J. M. Amos Harris Alfred, lab, res Julia Griffin Harris George, porter A. J. Riddle, res same Harris Abram, mechanic, res N Liberties Harris William, feeder Thomas Gilbert, res es Troup,
bet Early and Covington Harris Joseph, carpenter, res Cooper Boswell Harris Washington, res rear Mrs. M. A. Kilpatrick Harris Annie, servt J. Kaufman Harris Anna, servt William Emrick Larris Mollie, servt 0. C. Johnson Harris Ransie, servt Miss Josephine Anderson Plarris Rettie, i*ps William Harris Harris Edil, wash'n. res e limits Plarris Philadelphia, servt Dr. Charles Estes Harris Lucy, servt Mrs M. O. Chalmers Harris Juds, res Lin wood Harris Olphus, servt C. E. Johnston Harris Fannie, servt M E. Gray Harris Nellie, res Scott Cain Harris Laura, wash'n, res es Forsyth, 2 h n Fulton Harris Emma, wash'n, res rear 72 Oglethorpe Harris Ida, res rear George Phelps Harris Martha, res Judy Harris Harrison Lucy, servt J. E McClendon, res same Harrison Noah, draymen, res Forsyth, 3 h n Fulton Harrison Gullers, waiter Central Hotel Hart Louisa, res Agnes Black

:244

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Hartsfield Gus, lab, res Lawson Hartsfield Hartsfield James, lab, res Lawson Hartsfield Hartsfield Lawson, lab, res es Oglethorpe, 3 h n
Franklin Harvey Maria, res Susan Harvey Harvey Susan, res Linwood Harvey Frank, janitor Enquirer-Sun building Harvey Hudley, wash'n, res rear 75 Troup Harvey James, porter J. T. Daniel Harvey Jerry, blacksmith, res ws McIntosh, 3 h n

Lee Haskins William, res Jackson, nr limits Hawkins Barney, cook, res N Liberties Hawkins Mary, wash'n, res Caroline Hawkins Hawkins Caroline, servt C. B. Grimes, res es McIn
tosh, 5 h n Franklin Hawkins George, servt T. S. Spear, res Caroline Haw
kins Hawkins Samuel, plasterer, res Caroline Hawkins Hawkins Josephine, servt Dr. F. A. Stanford Hawkins Barbary, res Joseph Moore Hawkins James, res Joseph Moore Hawkins Mary, res Joseph Moore Hawkins Samuel, res Joseph Moore Hawkins John, barber, res 88 Jackson Hawkins Frank, porter Pioneer store
Hays Ellen, servt J. M Estes Haynes William, lab, res sw cor Oglethorpe and

Franklin Hays Tilla, res Smith Thomas Hayward H., groceries, res Linwood Hayward Hillard, lab, res ws 4th ave 3 h 8 Franklin Hayward Frank, merchant, res Rosa Gardner Haywood Columbus, fisherman, res ws Mercer, 5 h s

Franklin Haywood Sallie, res Dink Jones Haywood Flora, servt C. A. Ethridge Haywood Frank B., res es McIntosh nr Bryan
Haywood Mosell, res Charles Haywood Haywood Charles, tinner, res es Thomas,2 h w Mercer Haywood Annie, res Cnarles Haywood Haze William, lab, res Linwood Heard Henry, servt W. L. Goldsmith Beard Henry, res Abner Bates

DIRECTORY.

545*

Colored Department.

Hegman Frank, painter, res sw cor Forsyth and'

Wool folk

Henderson Primus, res cor Warren and Broad

Henderson Susan, nurse Mrs. J. E. Fitzgerald

Henderson Samuel, res Eveline Redding

Henderson Jefferson, carpenter, res ns Early, 1 h w

Forsyth

Henderson S. H., of Henderson & Lofton, groceries,

res Linwood

Henderson A , wks Willingham & Co

Henderson Sydney, pressman Muscogee oil mills, res

Rose Henderson

Henderson Virginia, cook, res Rose Henderson

Henderson Susan, wash'n, res Rose Henderson

Hender Rose, wash'n, res ss Thomas, 3 h w First ave

Herron Lottie, res rear J. B. Day

Herron Sarah, servt Mrs. M. E. Griffin

Herron Ella, servt Mrs. M. E. Griffin

Henry Major, carpenter, res ws Forsyth, 1 h n Wash

ington

Henry Ida, student, res Major HeDry

Heywood Charles, tinner J. D. Johnston

Hicks Anna, res Drusilla Stapler

Hicks Willie, res Drusilla Stapler

Hicks Georgia, wash'n, res Drusilla Stapler

Hicks Green, res N Liberties

Hicks Nora, servt J. G. Strupper

Hicks Moses, lab, res Wynnton

Hicks Barney, hackman, res e limits

Hill Aislie, servt E. W. Joines

Hill Wright, res N Liberties

Hill Richard, servt Peter Preer

Hill Eliza, cook, res rear 99 Troup

Hill Carrie, servt, res Henry Johnson

Hill Eliza, servt J. W. Johnson

Hill Ed, barber, res ws McIntosh, 3 h n Baldwin

Hill Ellen, res Luke Morgan

Hill Julia, wash'n, res Sallie Reynolds

Hines George, porter McLendon & Co

Hinton William, lab, res Linwood

Hodge Charles, servt L. T. Ryckeley

Hogan Howard, stevedore, res Washington Cooper

Hogan James, lab, res Horace Jenkins

Hogan Ida, cook Epping House

246_DIRECTORY._
Colored Department.
Hogan James, restaurant, res ss Baldwin, 2 h e McIn tosh
Hogan Nora, nurse Julius Kaufman, res same Hoggins Miranda, wash'n, res Dolphin Jones Holbrook Maria, res es Oglethorpe 6 h n Washington Holbrook Thomas, res Maria Holbrook Holland Harrison, lab, res e limits Hollin Dan, wks E and P mills, res ws Forsyth 4 h n
Fulton Hollin Hannah, wash'n, res Horace Hollin Hollin Horace, wks E and P Mill res ss Few 3 h e
McIntosh Hollin Amanda, wash'n, res Samuel Cooper Hollis Mollie, wash'n, res Charlotte Williams Holmes E. P., pastor St. James A. M. E. Church, res
cor Mercer and Crawford Holmes Judy, res Henry Cook Holmes Henrietta, servt John Saunders Holmes Rhody, res es McIntosh, 5 h n Baldwin Holt Jackson, hackman, res es Forsyth 2 h s Lee Holt Amos, servt William Ragland Holt Elvira, servt William Ragland Holt Lizzie, cook, res 20 Mercer Holly Elizabeth, res N Liberties Hood Cornelia, servt C. H. Allen Hooper Henry, lab, res es Mercer, nr public (c) school Hopkins Horace, drayman, res Caroline Randolph Horace Gilbert, rouster, government steamer, r*s
es Mercer 3 h n Baldwin Horace Austin, wks E and P mills, res ws Mercer
4 h n Few Horace Lee, cooper, res 73 Troup Horton Montgomery, carpenter, res e limits Houston Dare, drayman, res Stella Bradley Houston Mike, lab, res es Mercer 5 h n Baldwin Hovey Julia, res Minerva Tigner Howard Rina, res Dolphin Martin Howard James, res N Liberties Howard Liza, wash'n, res ws Mercer 1 h n Crawford Howard Dicey, wasn'n, res ns Thomas 1 h w Mercer Howard Lucy, res rear 41 Troup Howard Giles, hackman, res Dicey Howard Howard Giles, lab, res Linwood Howard Levi, lab, res Dink Jones

DIRECTORY.

247

Colored Department.

Howard Charlotte, servt Rev. Walker Lewis

Howard Brady, wks Willingham & Co

Howard Homer, wks Willingham & Co

Howard Wilson, porter Pioneer store

Howard Yeney, servt F. G. Wilkins

Howard John, lamplighter, res rear F. G. Wilkins

Howard Jacob, lab. res Margaret Howard

Howard Margaret, wash'n Rankin House, res ws Mc

Intosh. 5 h n Few

Howard Ella, wash'n, res 47 Few

Howard Mary, servt Mrs. Lizzie McAlister, res same

Howard Mary, res ns Fulton, 1 h w Broad

Howard Emma, res Hilliard Howard

Howard Bertha, servt R. M. Mulford

Howard Mary, servt R. M. Mulford

Howard Pauline, res ws Warren, 6 h s Franklin

Howard Alex, res ws Troup, 4 h n Washington

Howard Thomas, carpenter, res ws Mercer, 4 h s

Thomas

Howard Warren, carpenter, res ws First ave, 4 h s

Baldwin

Howard Wright, wks E and P mills, res ws Troup,

3 h n Washington

Howell Della,, servt L. Meyer

Howell James, res N. Liberties

Hudney Eliza, servt Capt. G. H. Whiteside

Hudson Laura, wash'n, res Sarah Haines

Hudson Samuel, wks A. M. Elledge, res rear 93

Troup

Huff Henry, lab res Daniel Burch

Huff Orange, farmer, res Linwood

Huff Mary, res Orange Huff

Hughes Booker, res William H. Hughes

Hughes Lula, servt Mrs. S. J. Lankenship

Huggaby Viney, wash'n, res 111 Troup

Humphrey Jesse, wks Thomas Gilbert, res Brown-

ville

Hundley George, wks E and P mills, res Anna Chris tian

Hunley Hannah, svt H. J. Abbott

Hunley Aaron, express driver, res e limits

Hunt Jacob, lab res Joseph Butler

Hunter Henry, hostler Central stables

Hunt Hiisie, res N Liberties

248

DIRECTORY.

I Colored Department. NGRAM ANNIE, cook, res Sylvia Stanford

Ingrain Amus, res Washington Harris

Ingram Solomon, driver C. D. Hunt

Irvin Indiana, rps Sallie Irvin

Irvin Sallie, res Linwood

Irvin Victoria, res Sallie Irvin

Iverson Adeline, res Rand Johnson

Iverson West, res Rand Johnson

Ivy Harriet, servt A. M, Brannon

JACKSON -, cook Raiford House

Jackson Addie, res rear A. G. Prime

Jackson Alfred, brick molder, res 84 Troup

Jackson Alpha, servt J. Kaufman

Jackson Amos, lab, res n Liberties

Jackson Andrew, carpenter, res es Mercer

Jackson Anthony, barber, bds Hiram Camerons.

Jackson Belle, servt H. G. McKee

Jackson Ben, servt, Mrs. Elizabeth Cook

Jackson Benjamin, lab, res N Liberties

Jackson Beverly, lab, res Henry Morton

Jackson Callie, res Caroline Jackson

Jackson Cardie, wash'n, res es McIntosh

Jackson Catherine, servt Mrs. M. B. Hunt

Jackson Burrell, res William Smith

Jackson Clara, res N Liberties

Jackson Clarissa, res Henry Jackson

Jackson Crawford, servt M. Simons

Jackson Dorcas, res N Liberties

Jackson Edward, brickmason, res es McIntosh, 2 lb

n Few

Jackson Elbert, lab, res 70 McIntosh

Jackson Eliza, servt, Dr. S. N. Jordan

Jackson Emma, res Prince World

Jackson Eugenia, servt Miss M. Allen

Jackson Frank, waiter Brown House

Jackson Fanny, res 1 Troup

Jackson Frank, lab, res Linwood

,

Jackson G. L. D., wks F. H. Profumo, res Thomas'

Jackson

Jackson George, lab, res es McIntosh

t|



Jackson George, lab, res Johnson Hall

Jackson Hannah, res Dorcas Jackson

*

DIRECTORY.

24S*

Colored Department.
Jackson Hattie, res N Liberties Jackson Henrietta, servt J. Kaufman Jackson Henry, wks E and P mills, res ws Mercer, 2
h n Crawford Jackson Henry, wks ice house, res 3 Troup Jackson J. B , porter R. Deignan
Jackson Janie, wash'n, res Dillingham, bet Broad and Front
Jackson Joseph, steamboatman, res nw cor Early and Forsyth
Jackson Lee, lab, res Lively Jackson Lillie, res Clara Jackson Jackson Lucretia, res Maria Jackson Jackson Lucy, student, res William Jackson Jackson Lula, res William Smith Jackson Lucy, wash'n, res Dorcas Jackson Jackson Lydia, dressmaker, res Thomas Jackson Jackson Mamie, wash'n, res Jane Solomon Jackson Maria, res Hampton Jones Jackson Marshall, lab, res Caroline Jackson Jackson Marshall, drayman, res Linwood Jackson Martha, wash'n, res Sam Jackson, Jackson Mary, wash'n, res Isaac Waller Jackson Mary, servt Dr. George McElhaney Jackson Nathan, lab, res Samuel Jackson Jackson Nelson, lab, res Peter Riley Jackson Oliver, cotton sampler, res N Liberties Jackson Peter, servt Alpha A. Williams Jackson Richard, porter G. H. Keys'
Jackson Rhody, wash'n, res rear J. M. Lockhart Jackson Sallie, servt G. Thomas, Jr Jackson Sallie, cook Mrs. C. L Downing Jackson Samuel, lab, res N Liberties Jackson Stonewall, hostler Munday & Robinson Jackson Thomas, Jr., res Thomas Jackson
Jackson Thomas, cook Raiford House, res ss Few, 3 h w Troup

Jackson William, porter Rankin House, res ss Few 2 h w Forsyth
Jackson William, servt L. G. Bowers

Jackson Violet, cook, res Dillingham bet Broad and Grant

Jakes Gabriel, porter T. T. Edmunds, res Alabama James Carril, servt Nathan Crown
17

250

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.
James Charity, servt C. A, Etheridge James Charlotte, servt W. A. Dillingham James George, lab, res es Forsyth 2 h s Fulton dames James, lab, res es Mercer 4 h s Thomas James Jane, res Alex Mahone Tames Josephine, servt Perry House James Susan, servt F. K. Johnson James Lucy, servt W. A. Willingham James Samuel, servt Mrs M. B. Hansel Tames Sylla, seamstress, res Thomas Shelton James William, wks Willingham & Co James Young, marketer, res ws McIntosh 1 h w Few Jarnagin Simon, porter J. H. Gabriel Jarrett Charlotte, res Elwil Greenwood Jarrett John, harness maker, res ns Randolph 1 h w
Jackson Jarrett Lydia, res Nancy Jarrett Jarrett Nancy, wash'n, res Linwood Jefferson Amelia, servt Roland Jefferson Jefferson Clell, res 11 Troup Jenkins Anna, cook, res Milley Jenkins Jenkins Carrie, res Horace Jenkins Jenkins Della, servt Dr. David Winn Jenkins Georgia, res rear A. E. Jones Jenkins Harmon, lab, res Milley Jenkins Jenkins Harriet, res Jane Daniels Jenkins Henry, lab, res ws Mercer, 2 h s Early Jenk ins Horace, lab, res es Forsyth, 1 h s Baldwin Jenkins Isaac, lab, res Jane Daniels Jenkins Millie, cook, res ne cor McIntosh and Early Jenkins Nelson, lab, res 9 Forsyth Jenkins Toney, carpenter, res se cor Baldwin and
Troup Jenkins Thomas, lab, res es McIntosh, 7 h n Franklin Jimmison Calvin, wks Willingham & Co Jimmison Lewis, porter M. M. Hirsch Jimpson Ada, servt J. M. Estes Jimpson Amanda, res Gilbert Jimpson Jimpson Dora, res Gilbert Jimpson Jimpson Gilbert, lab, res Brownville Jipapson Louis, servt J. M. Estes Jimperson Etta, res nw cor Bryan and Forsyth Johnson Albert, lab, res Lively Johnson Abraham, lab, res N Liberties

DIRECTORY.

251

Colored Department.

Johnson Allen, painter, res es Forsyth, 2 h s Thomas Johnson Ackay, carpenter, res ws McIntosh, 5 h n s
limits Johnson Alex, lab, res Clara Johnson Johnson Alonzo, servt B. A. Berry

Johnson Anna, res Eliza Johnson Johnson Anna, res Laura Johnson

Johnson Anna, res rear J. E. Cargill
Johnson Ann T., midwife, res Frank Sutton Johnson Anna, res N Liberties

Johnson Beverly, servt JE. L. Benson Johnson Beverly, wks Ga. Steam and Gas Pipe Co Johnson Charles, lab, res Leah Johnson

Johnson Clara, wash'n, res rear Jefferson Davis Johnson Clara, wash'n, res Louisa Johnson Johnson Christiana, res Henry Willis Johnson Caroline, servt William Redd

Johnson Easter, servt W. W. Bussey Johnson Eliza, res es Jackson

Johnson Ella, wash'n, res Clara Johnson

Johnson Frank, lab in rear Mrs L. E. Sanders Johnson Henry, drayman, res Matilda Thomas Johnson Hamlet, lab, res Samuel Colbert Johnson Harriet, wash'n, res Abner Bates Johnson Harriet, res N Liberties Johnson Henry, lab, res Linwood

Johnson Henry, lab, res Arrena Davis

Johnson Henry, carpenter, res ws 1st ave, 3 h s Thomas

Johnson Henry jr, plasterer, res Arrena Davis

Johnson Henry, lab, res es Jackson, 2 h n Commerce Johnson Ida, res Mahala Mills

Johnson Isaac, lab res ws Mercer, 4 h n Few Johnsdn Jennie, servt Geo. B. Swift, jr Johnson John, plasterer, res N Liberties

Johnson John, wks Ga. Steam and Gas Pipe Co., res Girard

Johnson James, wks S. W. R. R., res ws Mercer, 4 h s Thomas.

Johnson John, lab, res ws Mercer, 3 h s Thomas Johnson Jane, wash'n, res es Oglethorpe

Johnson John, harnessmaker, Mark A. Bradford Johnson Jake, porter, res 72 Oglethorpe

Johnson Jennie, nurse, res Margaret Johnson

i

252

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Johnson Louis, painter, res 37 Troup Johnson Lucy, wash'n, res ws Forsyth, 2 h s Few

Johnson Laura, wash'n, res es McIntosh, 2 h n Lee

Johnson Lewis, lab, res Henry Christian Johnson Leah, seamstress, res es Oglethorpe, 7 h n

Washington Johnson Louisa, wash'n, res e limits

Johnson Mary, wash'n, res James Johnson

Johnson Lou, servt H. C. McKee

Johnson Lou, servt L. A. Collier Johnson Lewis, lab, res Dolphin Jones

Johnson Lester, wood sawyer, res es McIntosh

Johnson Missouri, res Elwie Greenwood

Johnson Mima, wash'n, res 28 Early

Johnson Margaret, servt L. A. Collier

Johnson Maggie, res Reuben Willis

Johnson Milledge, lab, res es McIntosh, nr Franklin

Johnson Margaret, seamstress, res 23 Mercer

Johnson Nora, student, res Joseph McNeal

Johnson Nora, wks Perry House, res cor Bryan and

Forsyth Johnson Nancy, servt W. J. Wood Johnson Peter, rouster, res Clara Johnson Johnson Rand, wks E and P mills, res es Troup nr

Early Johnson Robert, farmer, res es Jackson

Johnson Stephen, porter Central Hotel

Johnson Sallie, cook, res rear J. M. Lockhart

Johnson Thomas, wks Collins trunk facty, res nw cor

Thomas and McIntosh

Johnson Wesley, cook, res Girard Jones A , shoemaker, res es Oglethorpe near Wash

ington Jones Adelade, res Dink Jones

Jopes Alex, res William Jones Jones Alfred, carpenter, res N Liberties

Johnson Amanda, wash'n, res Girard

Jones Anna, servt, Mrs. M. Hutchinson

Jones Betsey, res John Jones Jones Bettie, student, res Henry Jones

Jones Charlie, lab, res Green Thomas Johnson Charles, porter, res 51 Front Jones Charlotte, wash'n, res nw cor Thomas and.

McIntosh

DIRECTORY.

253

Colored Department*

Jones Corinne, res Robert Jones Jones Daniel, lab, res Linwood Jones Dark, rouster, res ws McIntosh 2 h n Fulton Jones Della, wash'n, res Rev. S. B. Jones
Jones Dink, res N Liberties Jones Doc, lab, res Girard Jones Dolphin, farmer, res es McIntosh, 2 h s St.

Clair Jones Elizabeth, res Andrew Wright
Jones Emma, res Van Jones Jones William, wks Lowell warehouse
Jones J. D., wks Lowell warehouse Jones Emily, teacher, res Fannie Jones Jones Ed, city lab, res ws Forsyth, 3 h n Early

Jones Eddie, res Silva Jones Jones Edmund, lab, res John Jones Jones Fannie, wash'n, res ws Forsyth, 4 h s Baldwin
Jones George, third cook Central Hotel Jones Gilbert, drayman, res es McIntosh, 5 h n Ful

ton Jones Hattie, wash'n, res 19 Mercer
Jones Hampton, wks Planter's warehouse, res 21

Mercer

>

Jones Hampton, res ws McIntosh, 1 h s Woolfolk

Jones Hannah, res N Liberties

Jones Harry, servt Dr. T. W. Battle

Jones Henry, carpenter, res Brownville

Jones Henry, res Silva Jones

Jones Henry, blacksmith, res es McIntosh, nr

Franklin Jones Hester, wash'n, res rear 72 Oglethorpe
Jones Isam, wks Col. Iron Wks, res 4 h w First ave,

ss Thomas Jones Isam, wks Willingham & Co Jones Isaiah, porter, res Cornelia, Jones Jones Isam, wks So. Ex. Co., res e limitss J'ones Isaac, drayman Pioneer Store Jones Jerome, brickmason, res Fannie Jones Jones Juliet, student, res Fannie Jones Jones Julia, servt J. Rhodes Browne Jones Julia, nurse Mrs. J. K. Harris

Jones J. M., lab, res e limit Jones Joseph, lab, res rear Miss A. N. Miller Jones Jesse, barber, res Dillingham, bet Broad and

Front

254

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Jones James, brickmason, res L. J. Jones

Jones John, carpenter, res N Liberties

Jones James, wks Willingham & Co

Jones John, servt Perry House

Jones John, Jr., res John Jones

Jones Jennie, servt J. G. Strupper

Jones Jane, servt W. A. Godwin

Jones John, cook W. C. Syples

Jones Lloyd, city lab, res ss Baldwin, 3 h e McIntosh

Jones Lou, servt J. F. Howard

Jones^Levi, wks Willingham & Co

Jones L. J., painter, res es Forsyth

Jones Lydia, servt, res Hester Jones

Jones Minus, lab, res Linwood

Jones Mary, res Henry Jones

Jones Mary, res Van Jones

Jones Mary, res Linwood

Jones Mamie, res Fannie Jackson

Jones Mary, wash'n, res es McIntosh, 5 h n Fulton

Jones Mack, porter Edge & Bro., res nw cor Fulton

and McIntosh

Jones Nathan, lab, res Thomas Jones

Jones Nathan, lab, bds Bryant Baker

Jones Pattie, servt J. B. Holst

Jones Pauline, wash'n, res Joseph Harris

Jones Robert, carpenter, res Brownville

Jones Robert, hackman, res e limits

Jones Rose, servt Brown House

Jones Rebecca, servt J. D. Carter

Jones Sarah, servt Thomas Chapman

Jones Samuel, servt Perry House

Jones Silvia, servt J. M. Coggin

Jones Sophia, res Linwood

Jones Susan, wash'n, res James Williams

Johnson Stephen, porter, Central Hotel, res es Troup

near Few

Jones Stroller, hostler, Mrs. Lizzie McAlister

Jones Sam, wks C & R R R., res ws McIntosh 2. h n

Early

Jones Thomas, brickmason, res ns Franklin 1 h w

Mason

Jones Thomas, lab, res ws 4th ave, 2 h s Franklin

Jones Turner, brickmason, res es Forsyth, 4 h s

Baldwin

_DIRECTORY._255-
Colored Department.
Jones W. T., painter, res L. J. Jones Jones Watt, lab, res Linwood Jones Westley, carpenter, res N Liberties Jones William, striker Bize blacksmith shop, res 98
Early Jones Willie, student, res Henry Jones Jones William, lab, res es Troup, 2 h s Early Jones William, wks dye room E and P mills, res 39
Troup Jones William, res Lively Jones Van, wks Willingham & Co, res Linwood
Jordan Rose, servt R. M. Dowdell Jordan Moses, lab, res es Mercer, 2 h s Thomas Junnigan Ellen, res Hiram Leonard Junnigan Susan, res ws Mercer, 1 h n Crawford
KEESE ANGELINA, servt B H. Crawford
Keese Benjamin, servt B. H. Crawford
Kelley Lucinda, servt T. J. Dudley Kelley Alex, lab, res Nelson Willis Kelley Ella, res G. W. Kelley Kelley Dicey, cook, res rear J. M. McCubbins Kelton Harriet, res Milton Asher Kelton Jordan, wks Willingham & Co Key Eliza, pastry cook Central Hotel
Key Mary, res Eliza Key Kendrick Nellie, servt Reuben Moore Kimball Albert, wks S W R R, res James Johnson
Kimball Adelia, res Thomas Cameron Kimball Betsy, res W. L. Kimball Kimball Clora, wash'n, res Lively Kimbal Frank, porter, bds Geo. Good Kimbal W. S., peddler, res Linwood Kimbal Wm., porter W.E DuBose, res same Kimbrough Andrew, waiter Raiford House Kimbrough Frank, hackman, res es Forsyth, 2 h s
Few King Bettie, res William Haynes King Ettie, wash'n, res Mary King King Dorcas, wash'n, res e limits King Dove, lab, res Mary Freeman King Georgia, res Dorcas King King George, wks Empire Mills. King Henry, welldigger, res ws Troup, 1 h n Wash
ington

256

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.
King John, res N. Liberties King John, lab, res 41 Troup King Louisa, servt W. A. Fry King Mose, res B5 Troup King Mary, wash'n res ss Early, lh w Forsyth King Martha, res Dorcas King King Mattie, servt Ed B. Porter King Nancy, res 10 Forsyth King Peter, porter M. Simons, res rear M. Simon's
store King William, waiter Raiford House Kindrick James, lab, res Linwood Kinner Sarah, res sw cor Fulton and Broad Kirkcey Wade, lab, res ws Mercer, 4 h s Franklin Knight Mary, wash'n, res rear sw cor Troup and
Baldwin Knight Martha, res Brownville Knowles Joseph, res Brownville Knowles Jennie, servt Mrs. M. 0 Chalmers Knowles Oliver, lab, res Brownville Knowles Peter, servt, res Girard Kyle George, res David King

T AFAYETTE JARRETT, porter, res es Jackson
Lamb Harriet, wash'n, res Filmore Clark Lamb Stephen, wks E and P mills, res rear 41 Front Lamb Charles, painter, res Amy Paton Lane Amanda, res Henry Wellborn Lane Amanda, res Lively Lane William, driver C E. Hochstrasser Lane Henry, blacksmith, res cor Lee and Forsyth Lane Hannah, res Amanda Lane Lane William, porter C. E. Hochstrasser, res same Lane Hattie, res Louisa Lane Lane Louisa, res ws Lee, 2 h e McIntosh Laney Elmira, res Mary Williams Langdon -, servt Ed Lloyd Langston Charles, plasterer, res Wynnton Langston Harriet, res N Liberties Langston William, lab, res Harriet Langston Larkin Sim, lab, res Linwood Latimore Charlotte, cook Abe Bonner, res 25 Mercer Lasayer Mona, wash'n, res ws Mercer, 5 h s Franidin
Lawhon Clarence, res Samuel Lawhon

DIRECTORY.

257

Colored Department.

Lawhon Bettie, res Samuel Lawhon Lawhon Samuel, res ws Mercer, 3 h n Baldwin
Lawhon Maud, res Samuel Lawhon Lawrence Nancy, res rear Ora Burton Lane Henry, porter H. C. McKee, res cor Forsyth and

Byran Lazarus Sallie, res Mary Shelton Lee Joe, wks Blanchard & Burnrus
Lee James, lab, res Linwood
Lee Lula, res Linwood Lee Fannie, res e limits Lee Sarah, servt William Burrus
Lee Annie, servt W. R. Brown Lee Lewis, lab, res as First ave, 7 h n Baldwin
Lena Spencer, wks Muscogee mills, res Linwood
Lennor Ella, res Jerry Lennor
Lennor Jerry, lab, res N Liberties Leonard Margaret, servt Dr. Schley Leonard Thomas, driver Newman, res rear 72 Ogle

thorpe Leonard Hiram, carpenter, res 99 Jackson Leonard Fannie, res Hiram Leonard Leonard Zach, brickmason, res Hiram Leonard
Levy Thomas, servt C. H. Leguin Lewis Pat, drayman, res James Williams Lewis Alex, lab, res ws Forsyth, 2 h s Washington
Lewis Johnson, res Sterling Love Lewis George, porter Rankin House, res es Mercer
Lewis Georgia servt A. E. Patterson Lewis Albert, wks gas house, res Girard
Lewis Fannie, res Alex Lewis Lewis Reuben, cotton sampler, res Alex Lewis
Lewis Ned, driver Dr. J. J Butts Lewis Emma, wash'n, res N Liberties Lewis Nora, res rear Hattie Mass Lewis Henrietta, servt, res J. H. Campbell Lewis Isora, res James Williams
Lewis Millie, wash'n, res Dillingham, bet Broad and
Front Lewis Emma, res Roderick Lewis
Lewis Adeline, res Eliza Key Lewis Polly, wks Rankin House, res rear 25 Mercer
Lewis Martha, servt A. Lewis Lewis Lizzie, res Roderick Lewis

258

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Lewis Betsy, res Mose Finney

Lewis Harriet, res Ann Mixen

Lewis Nettie, wash'n, res e limits

Lewis Koderick, lab E and P mills, res es Jackson

Lewis Ella, servt D. R. Bize

Lewis Watt, lab, res Linwood

Lewis Lewis, student, res Susan Brown

Lewis Maggie, cook, res rear Anna Sparks

Lidding Hamp, porter T. Newman, res rea-r same

Linnett Thomas, driver T. Newman, res ws Ogle

thorpe, neai Randolph

Lightner Jack, drayman, res ss Baldwin, 1 h e Troup

Lightner Phoebe, servt Mrs. Shehan

Limon George, carpenter, ws Forsyth, 4 h n Fulton

Lindsay Clara, res Simon Lindsay

Lindsay Flora, res Simon Lindsay

Lindsay Simon, drayman, res Jefferson Smith

Lipsy Samuel, lab, res es Forsyth

Lipsy Sarah, res Samuel Lipsy

Little Daffney, servt Louis Aenchbacher

Little Bernard, res rear Lucinda Brooks

Little Peter, lab, res e limits

Littlejohn Era, servt T. S. Young

Littlejohn Sallie, servt T, S. Young

Littleton George, lab, res Adam Boyd

Lloyd Alfred, wks J. M. Fletcher & Son

Lloyd Cornelius, carpenter, res e limits, nr brickyard

Lockett Thomas, lab, res in rear of William McGee

Lockett Dinah, wash'n, res Lon Williams

Lockett Jennie, res Lon Williams

Lockett William, porter T. T. Edmunds

Lockett Solomon, blacksmith, res Brownville

Lockett Simon, res e limits

Lockett Lou, servt L. M. Lynch

Lockett Gonetta, res Jenkins Thomas

Lockwood Felix, res A. M Freeman

Lofton Samuel, lab, res Linwood

Loftin Simon, of Henderson & Loftin, grocers, res N

L'berties Logan Louis, drayman, res ws First ave, 1 h n Bald

win

Logan Willie, res Louis Logan

Loney Lula, wash'n, res Samuel Colbert

Long William, lab, res Mary Jones

DIRECTORY.
Colored Department.
Lowe Aleck, blacksmith, res es Mercer, 3 h n Thomas
Lowe Charles, servt J. S. Garrett Lowe Emma, res Nelson Jenkins Lowe Jefferson, lab, res Nelson Jenkins Love Annie, wasb'n, res Girard Love Julia, wash'n, res Annie Love Love Fannie, servt J. S. Harrison Love Sterling, lab, res es McIntosh, 2 h s Early Love Nora, servt R. S. Grier Love Ella, servt Perry House Love Mary, res es McIntosh, 4 h s Franklin
Love Lucy, res Mary Love Love John, lab, res e limits Love Anna, res Mary Love Love Phillis, wash'n, res Edward Mott Love Charles, lab, res John Love Love Andrew, servt Dr. Carlisle Terry
Love Ella, res John Love Love Jubilee, wks Willingham & Co Lovett Jane, cook Giles T, Williams Lucas John, porter E. M. Johnson Lucket Flora, servt George M. Dews Lucky Sallie, seamstress, res Aleck Anderson Lumford Octavia, wash'n, res w Broad, 1 h s Thomas Luntsford John,-res ws F^rst ave, 4 h w Crawford
MACK ISAAC, res Anneta Mack Mack Mary, wash'n, res Lively Mack Kitty, res Linwood Mack Nathan, res Anneta Mack Mack William, wks C & R R R, res Ellen Dozier Mack Seaborn, res Ellen Dozier Mack Annetta, wash'n, res Ellen Dozier Madden William, res ws McIntosh, nr Washington Mahone Anna, res Nancy Mahone Mahone Richard, servt Dr. S. N. Jordan Mahone Alex, barber, res Linwood Mahone Nancy, res Linwood Mahpne Ellen, res N Liberties Mahone Adeline, servt J G, McKee Malone Emma, res rear Nathan Brown Malone Fannie, res Emma Malone Malone Joseph, servt Perry House Mapp J. Linton, barber Oliver Weems, res Brown-
ville

260

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Mapp Sallie, res rear G. W. Kelly Mapp Jack, drayman, res Linwood Marion Robert, barber, res 2 Troup

Marion Wesley, porter J. T. Daniel Marion Joseph, porter Robert S. Crane, bds same

Maron Joseph, res 73 Troup Marshall Abe, porter John C. Woolfolk Marshall Salone, servt Armory Dexter

Martin Adeline, wash'n, res es Jackson Martin Eliza, servt Jacob Moultey

Martin Martha, res E. W. Gibson Martin William, lab, res es Jackson, 3 h s Washington

Martin Columbus, res e limits Martin John, wks Willingham & Co

Martin John, servt, Mrs. Mary Markham Martin Henry, driver express wagon, res rear John

Peabody Martin Lucinda, servt John Peabody

Martin Thomas, lab, res n liberties Martin Laura, res e limits Martin Delphia, wash'n, Linwood

Martin Laura, res Adeline Martin Mkson Ed., waiter Central Hotel, ws McIntosh

Mason William, lab, res Andrew Wright

Mason Mary, res Andrew Wright'
Matthews Mack, res G. W. Kelly Matthews Rose, res ws McIntosh, 2 h s Fulton

Matthews Mack, bds Geo. Goode Matthews Eliza, cook, res 57 Front Matthews Sarah, res Peter Mills

Mathis G. W,, carpenter, res N Liberties Mattox Jack, wks Col. Iron Wks, res ws Mercer, 4 h

s Franklin May John, driver Isaac Joseph McArthur Jane, student, res Green McArthur McArthur Heywood, lab, res Green McArthur

McArthur Green, minister, res 16 McIntosh

McArthur S. V., porter McLendon & Co., res McIn

tosh, nr Baldwin McBrayer Frank, lab, res es McIntosh, 3 h n Fulton

McCall Bray, store boy I. Zacharias McCarter Peter, lab, res es McIntosh, 4 h n Baldwin

McCarter Josie, res L. J. Jones McCarter Abe, marble worker A. M. Elledge

_DIRECTORY._261
Colored Department.
McCarty Francis, res Anderson Weems McCarty Jim, lab, res rear Nettie Green McCaul Caroline, res Scipio McCaul McCall Scipio, carpenter, res nw cor Washington
and Forsyth McCaul Hannah, res Abner Bates McClendon Jane, res Minnie Thomas McClendon James, lab, res Rev. R. B. Bailey McCollough Lou, res Mollie McCollough McCollough Andrew, lab, res e limits
McCollough Millie, wash'n, res Wynnton McCook Matthew, drayman, res ws McIntosh, 2 h s
Thomas McCook Mary, res Matthew McCook McCormick James, barber, ws Jackson, 5 h s Bald
win * McCoy Mollie, wash'n, res Wynnton McDougal Jennie, wash'n, res e limits McDaniel Annie, wash'n, res Arthur Blount
McDuffie Susan, res George Celey McDuffie Theodore, res George Celey McDuffy John, wks Lowell warehouse McElfield Simon, lab, res Brownville McElhaney Mary, cook Andrew J. Lowe McGehee Daniel, pastor St John's Col. Church, sw
cor Mercer and Randolph McGehee James, res Daniel McGehee McGehee Anna, res Daniel McGehee McGee Jarrett, lab, res ss Early, 3 h w Mercer McGee Joseph, barber, bds Avery Berry McGee Lucinda, servt George Miller, res same McGhee William, res ss Fulton, 1 h w Broad McGee Sophia, servt James Miller McGee John, carpenter res ws McIntosh, 6 h n s limits
McGee Sophia, servt Mrs. Louisa Worthy McGlocklan Samuel, porter J. D. Johnson, res 111 Few McGough William, bartender, C. P. Springer McGorman, lab, res William Edenton McKay Josephine, res ws McIntosh, 2 h s Washington McKay Angeline, servt Mrs. M. B. Wells McKendree Erank, waiter Mrs. E. A. Clark McLendon J., wks Willingnam & Co McLendon Louis, wks Willingham & Co McMaskin Isaac, lab, res 23 Mercer

262

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

McVeal Joe, porter C. E. Hochstrasser

McRae Henry, res N Liberties

McRay, Priscilla, res N Liberties

Meacham Richard, servt, res ns Franklin, 1 h n

McIntosh

Melone Essex, lab, res George Thomas

Meyers Hardaway, wks Enquirer-Sun, res 79 Troup

Mickens Henry, res N Liberties

Middlebrook Peter, wks Jepson's, brickyard, res cor

Fiw 1st ave

Middlebrook Frank, res ws McIntosh, 3 h s Woolfolk

Middlebrook Mary, res Fannie Walker

Middlebrook Isaac, lab, res es Forsyth

Millburn Doc, drayman, res ws McIntosh, 5 h n Lee

Millburn Laura, wash'n, res Brownville

Millburn Irene, res Laura Millburn

Miles Jerry, lab, res N Liberties

Miles Mack, wks E and P mills, res N Liberties

Miles Laura, wash'n, res Lizzie Watt

Miles Allen, res Lively

Miller Jerry, lab, res Paris Shorter

Miller Jordan, wks I. L. Pollard

Miller Anthony, wks gas wks, res ws Forsyth, 4 h n

Washington

Miller James, lab, res N Liberties

Miller Amos, gardener, res N Liberties

Miller Mattie, servt Mrs. L. J. Fraser

Miller Robert, porter J. Kyle & Co

Miller Lela, servt William Lloyd

Miller Hester, res es McIntosh

Mills Rev. B., shoemaker, res N Liberties

Mills Jerry, blacksmith, res Peter Mills

Mills Polly, res Westley Jones

Mills Peter, blacksmith, res N Liberties

Mills Elbert,woodsawyer, res N Liberties

Mills Ella, res Elbert Mills

Mills Elbert, jr, lab, res Elbert Mills

Mills Mahala, res Peter Stuart

Mills Daniel, driver express wagon, res ws First ave,

6 h n Crawford

Milton Seaborn, res ns Forsyth, 5 h n Lee

Milton Wilton, res rear Thomas Chapman

Milton Flora, servt Thomas Chapman

Milton Wesley, blacksmith Augustus Wright

Colored Department.
Milton Hettie, res es McIntosh, 4 h n Few Minnery James, lab, res Brownville Mirecke John, lab, res es Forsytn, 2 h n Baldwin Mitchell James, brickmason, res N Liberties Mitchell Charles, driver H. H. Epping Mitchell Beniamin, res N Liberties Mitchell William, lab, res John Mitchell Mitchell John, lab, res ws Forsyth, 4 h n Few Mitchell Joseph, hackdriver, res 45 Forsyth Mitchell Peter, res 45 Forsyth Mitchell Patsey, res Benjamin Riley Mitchell Mary, res Jeff Frazier Mitchell Mahala, res Brownville Mitchell Amanda, res Mahala Mitchell Mitchell Pauline, wash'n, res Wynnton Mitchell Eugene, wks Willingham & Co Mitchell Fannie, wash'n, res Levi White Mitchell Steward, res Holland Mitchell Mitchell Wilson, wks E and Psalesroom, res Holland
Mitchell Mitchell Henry, res Holland Mitchell Mitchell Holland, cotton sampler, ss Baldwin, 2 h w
McIntosh Mitchell Alex, hostler Central Hotel Mitchell Gussie, wash'n, res Dillingham, bet Broad
and Front Mitchell B., waiter Brown House Mitchell Sarah, cook Brown House Mitchell Betsy, cook Frank Ballou Mixon Ann, res 12 Forsyth Mixon Ann, res Henrietta Sorsby Moffat Samuel, lab, res ss Early, 3 h Molley Susan, res N Liberties Moore Mary, res N Liberties Moore Joseph, lab, res N Liberties Moore Charles, blacksmith, res 55 Front Moore Jennie, servt J. F. Wise Moore Mary, res Linwood Moore James, res ws Mercer, 4 h n Lee Moore Fannie, servt R. J. Hunter Monroe James, lab, res nw cor Woolfolk and Ogle
thorpe Monroe Eliza, res Eli Thomas Montague --, hostler Munday & Robinson

264 _DIRECTORY._
Colored Department.
Montague Mary, res Jim Montague Montague Jim, lab, res 17 Fulton Montague Willie, res Jim Montague Montgomery Mary, servt W. R. Blanchard Morgan Martha, res Luke Morgan Morgan Luke, lab, res Linwood Morgan Emily, res Chandler Paskill Morgan John wks Col. Iron Wks, res ws 1st ave 2 h
n Baldwin Morgan Louis, res John Morgan Morgan Willis, wks E and P dye house,res ns Thomas,.
2 h w McIntosh Morgan Thomas, wks Col. Iron Wks, res e limits
Morgan Winney, res Anna Johnson Morgan Lucinda, res Benjamin Dawson Morgan Sam, porter J. H. Conner & Co Morgan Mattie, wash'n, res Jane Solomon Horgan Seaborn, porter W L. Tillman Morgan Henry, waiter Central Hotel Morris-, res rear C. B. Teasdale Morris Daniel, res N Liberties Morris Fannie, servt, res Ceila Morris Morris Clara, servt res Ceila Morris Morris Celia, res e limits, nr brickyard Morris Lela, servt Mrs. Agnes Rankin Morris Betsy, servt Mrs. Agnes Rankin Morris John, lab, res Linwood Morton Betsy, res William Haynes Morton Henry, teacher, res N Liberties Morton John, lab, res Brownville Moses Sarah, servt Dr. T. P. Chaffin Moses Martha, res S. S. Moses Moses Walter, plasterer, res S. S Moses Moses S. S., plasterer, res cor McIntosh and Woolfolk
Moss Hatiie, servt, rear Dr. J. J. Butts Mott Edward, drayman, res ws First ave, 9 h n Craw
ford Mott George, wks G. J. Peacock, res rear 72 Oglethorpe
Mottley Lou, servt W. A. Redd Mullin Clara, res ne cor Fulton and McIntosh Mullins Jerry, wks Willingham & Co Mullin Green, lab, res es Troup, 2 h s Early
Mullin Maria, res Jack Stuart Munro Calvin, lab, res Linwood

DIRECTORY.

265

Colored Department.
Murray James, wks Willingham & Co Murray Alfred, steamboat steward, res ws Jackson, 4
h s Baldwin Murray Roxanna, servt J. S. Garrett Murphy William, wks E and P mills, res N Liberties Murray Alice, seamstress, res Georgia Bailey Murray Henrietta, res Alfred Murray Murray Gordon, gardener, res Samuel Housid Murray Homer, wks Willingham & Co Murray Mary, res Dorcas Jackson Murray Allred, porter F. F. Jacobs Murray Alfred, wks Exchange club room, res ss Bald
win, 2 h w McIntosh Muster Dollis. lab, res Linwood Myers Carrie, servt John Hill Myracks Viney, cook, res Nelson Willis Myracks Ella, cook Joseph Jepson

1^'ANCE JENNIE, servt J. H. Gabriel
Nance Hannah, res es Oglethorpe, next Perry House Nash George, lab, res ws Mercer, 2 h s Thomas Nathan Emma, servt J. Rhodes Browne Neal Louisa, res ws Jackson, 1 h n Franklin Nelson Frank, lab, res Linwood Nelson Amy, cook, res es McIntosh, 9 h n Franklin Nelson Reuben, lab, res rear John Scealy Nelson Edward, brickmason, res e limits Nelson Rebecca, res Edward Nelson Nelson Nancy, servt G. W. Woodruff Newton Hannah, res Gus Sailor Nicholson Eli, iab, res ws McIntosh 2 h n Fulton Nichols Felix, servt J. E. McClendon Norman Richard, peddler, res ws McIntosh, 2 h n Crawford
OATES JACOB, wks Col. Iron Wks, sw cor Thomas and Forsyth Oates Matilda, res William Edenton O'Brien Harriet, cook B. H. Hudson Odom Lizzie, res Jack Odom Odom Jack, lab, res N. Liberties Odom Jack, porter L. L. Cowdery & Co Odom Martha, servt, L. L. Cowdery

266

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.
Odom Effie, servt E. S. Banks Odom Samuel, lab, res Isham Anderson Oliver Anesky, res Lin wood Oliver Maria, res Polk Smith Oliver Mary, res Ellen Perkins Oliver Ella, res Ellen Perkins Oliver Charles, lab, res es Forsyth. 2 h n Baldwin Oliver Rachael, servt Mrs. M. L. Kirlin Oliver Mary, cook Planters House O'Neal George, lab, res es Mercer O'Neal Daniel, lab L. Rooney Orange George, lab William S. Shepherd Osborn Louis, wheelright, res ws Mercer, 2 h n Fulton Overstreet Julia, servt John Hill Owens Eli, servt L. L Cowdery Owens Thomas, servt T. W. Tuggle Owens Benjamin, teacher, res Brownville Owens Charles, lab, res Benjamin Owens Owens Jennie, res Benjamin Owens Owens Albertus, barber Oliver Weems

T)ACE WILLIAM, waiter Central Hotel, res rear J.
A. Kirven Pace Ella, servt George B. Swift, Jr Pace Augustus, res rear J. Albert Kirven Pace Gus, porter J. G. Strupper Pace Myra, cook J. Albert Kirven Paine Berry, lab, res Dillingham, bet Broad and
Front Palmer Henry, porter Abbott & Cooper Palmore Lula, res Henrv Palmore Palmore Henry, res es Forsyth, 2 h n Washington Palmore Henrietta, res Henry Palmore Parramore Martin, rouster, bds James Ridley Parker Sallie, res Mary Shelton Parker Mary, res Mary Shelton Parker Fevia, res Susan Brown Parker Margaret, servt G. Thomas, Jr Parker Belle, servt G. Thomas, Jr Parks Armenia, servt W. L. Clark Parks Frank, bartender Rankin House bar Parks Mary, wash'n, res James Powell Parks Major, lab, res es Troup, 2 h n Woolfolk Paskill Orange, res Chandler Paskill

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267

Colored Department.
Paskill Lula, res Chandler Paskill

Paskiil Chandler, switchman, res Linwood

Passmore W A. night watchman Swift mfg co, res ws Forsyth, 2 h n Washington

Patterson Augustus, drayman, res Anderson Thomas Paton .Nathan, painter, res Ann Paton

Paton Ann, res es Forsyth, 3 h s Thomas

Patton Edward, lab, res Daniel Mills

Patton Livvey, lab, res Henry Hooper

Paym&n Mahala, wash'n, res Mary Freeman

Payne Amanda, res Harriet Johnson

Payne Franklin, res Harriet Johnson

Payne Samuel, res ws McIntosh, 2 h n Brvan Payne Samuel, wks J. M. Fletcher

Peabody Rose, wash'n, res rear Julia Davis

Peerman Melissa, cook Mrs. Rachael Jordon

Peerman Melissa, res Lucius Anderson

Perkins Ellen, res se Forsyth and Few Perkins Nettie, res Ellen Perkins

Perry Nancy, res Edward Collins

Perry Westly, lab, res Edward Collins

Perry William, steamboat cook, res 96 Oglethorpe

Perry Millie, servt William Cooper

P

Perryman Thomas, lab, res rear Nettie Green

Perryman Clarissa, res Thomas Perryman Persons Richard, hostler Central Station

Persons Lizzie, servt Mrs. Sarah Salisbury Persons Nellie, servt P. L. Lewis

Peters P. B. teacher pub. schools, res 21 Mercer Peterson Frank, plasterer, res Linwood

Peterson John, waiter Central Hotel

Peterson Sebe, waiter Brown House Phelps Hattie, servt J. D. Odom

Elsie, servt ws Holstead

Phi liPs Elizabeth, servt J. W. Knowles

du -ps Benjamin, lab, res Girard Phillips Robert, lab, res Andrew Denson Pickett Lethie, res Carrie Thomas
tie Charles, lab, res Thomas Pie

Pie Lloyd, lab, bds Thomas Pie

Pie Thomas, lab, res N Liberties

hTM McIntosh^ E and ? mi"S' re3 88 0rwford. I Pierce Albert, porter C. P. Springer

i

268

DIRECTORY._

Colored Department.

Pindar Richard, res es Troup, 3 h n Washington

Pinkard Virginia, wash'n, res ns Fulton, 2 h w Broad

Pinkard Calhoun, wks Empire mills, res ns Fulton,.

Pinkston Sim, cotton weigher Andrew Shepherd, res

ws McIntosh, 2 h n Early
Pinkston Judy, res Dan Gates Pittman Henderson, lab, res N Liberties

Pitts Hexie, res Brownville
Pitts Jane, res rear 75 Crawfora Pitts James, drayman, res N Liberties

Pitts James, Porter J. Kyle A Co
Pitts Jesse, wks Willingham & Co Pitts Amy, student, res Richard Meacham

Pitts Thomas, sexton, res N Liberties

Pitts Mary, res Thomas Pitts Pitts Susan, res Thomas Pitts, Sr
Polk Ella, wash'n, res Green Brown Pollard George, lab, res rear Mrs. S. A, Blackmar
Poncha Maria, wash'n, res sw cor Fulton and Early*

Poncha Josephine, res Maria Poncha PoDe Victoria, servt C. L. Huff

Posey Thomas, porter post-office, res Milley Posey

Posey Carrie, res Milley Posey
Posey Milley, res ne cor Troup and Early Porter Lucy, cook, res nw cor Thomas and McIntosh

Porter Viney, servt Isadore Zacharias

Porter Millie, res Evaline Barnes Porter Walter, lab, res N Liberties Porter Richard, sexton colored cemetery, res co

Franklin and Forsyth Porter Henry, lab res Alfred Porter

Porter Ella, res William Madden Porter Columbus, rouster str Amos Hays, res es For

sythe, 2 h s Early

Porter Arie, res 41 Troup

.. ..

Porter Daniel, wks Union Depot, res e limits

Porter Ned, lab, res Daniel Porter Porter Alfred, carpenter, res es Oglethorpe,

5

h

n

Washington Porter Henrietta, servt R. W. Milford

gSlfSBj VStaW. E. Terryfbds Mahala Payman Powell Nathan, lab, res Linwood

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DIRECTORY.

269

Colored Department.
Powell James, lab, res Lively Prater Mary, wash'n, res Linwood Prater Ida, res Ella Boynton Preyer Henrietta, wash'n, res Alf Murray Preston Ed., porter C. A. Redd & Co
Price Linsey, wks Col. Iron Wks, res 101 Jackson Price Peter, wks Blanchard & Burrus, res Girard Price Bibley, lab, res Nf Liberties Pride George, lab, res Catherine Thomas Pry Mary, wash'n, res nw cor Thomas and Mercer Pry Lou, wash'n, res Mary Pry Pryor Lou, wash'n, res George Pryor Pryor George, lab, res Lively Pugh Fannie, servt Charles Phillips Pyke Sarah, servt John Johnson
RAGLIN MRS. M., wash'n, res ns Few, 2 h e Troup Raiford Frank, res N Liberties Raiford Maria, servt M. A. Sharp Rains Millie, res James Alexander Rains Shed, res James Gresmere Rane Richard, lab, res William Thompson Rander Aaron, lab, res Brownville Randolph Caroline, res Linwood Randolph Dikie, res Caroline Randolph Randolph Jennie, servt W. T. Robinson Ransom Lucy, rjes Hannah Cook Ray Henry, cotton sampler, res ws McIntosh, 3 h
s Few

Ray Lou, servt Mrs. M. E. King Read Patience, servt H. T. Jackson Reader Sarah, servt, res ws Oglethorpe, 4 h s Frank
lin
Reed Mahala, servt, res Ed. Hill Reed Ellen, res Charles Brooks Redd Jane, res Silvia Redd Redd Silvia, res 5 Troup Redding Eveline, washw'n, res N Liberties Redden Silvia, cook Charles Willisj Redding Richard, wks L. Rooney, res ws First ave, 2
h s Thomas
Redding Henry, wjjs Col. Iron Wks, res Mose Dence Redmond Lucy, servt P. H. Kelley, res same

270

"DIRECTORY.

,

Colored Department.

Redmond Jane, servt Rev William Carter

Reed Pearson, res Millie Reed

Reed Millie, res rear J. M. Green

Reed Bartow, res rear Mrs. M. A. Kilpatrick

Reed Jack, wks market house, res ws McIntosh, 2 h n

Few

Reed James, wks S WRK, res John Milricke

Reed Duck, lab, res Bussey's alley, 3 h w McIntosh

Reilly Willis, wks E and P mills, res Eliza Andrews

Reese Catherine, servt Dr. David Winn

Reese Hamilton, res N Liberties

Reese Betsy, wash'n, res 23 Mercer

Reese IJliza, cook, res rear 19 Mercer

Reese James, shoemaker, res se cor McIntosh and

Baldwin

Reeves Ennell, res William Edenton

Reid Oliver, lab, res General Reid

Reid General, res 5 Forsyth

Reid Angelina, cook M. H. Dessau

Reid Susan, res N Liberties

Reid Emma, wash'n, res Bettie Walker

Reid Anna, res Susan Reid

Reid Aleck, student, bds Newry Robinson

Reid Francis, cook James Thweatt

Reliford Charles, cotton sampler, res Dolphin Jones

Reliford Tim, lab Robert Johnson

Render Aaron, woodseller, 4 doors s Franklin, ws-

Warren

Render Aaron, Sr, res Brownville

Renfroe Dora, servt, res Walter Renfroe

Renfroe Walter, lab, res ns Baldwin, 4 h w Mercer

Renfroe Eli, lab, res Linwood

Renfroe Melvina, res Eli Renfroe

Renfroe Ann, res Philip Renfroe

Renfroe Philip, drayman, res ws McIntosh, 5 h n Few

Renston Eliza, servt A A. Dozier

Renston Lurenia, res A. A. Dozier

Reynolds James, driver, res rear Frank Babbitt

Reynolds Cora, res Eliza Turner

Reynolds Sallie, wash'n, res cor First ave and Craw

ford

Richardson John, wks Willingham & Co

Richardson John, wks Lowell warehouse

Richardson George, lab, res e limits,, nr brickyard

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.
Richardson Raphael, brickmason, res Linwood Richardson Sarah, res Raphael Richardson Richardson Mettie, res e limits Richardson Julia, res James Richardson Richardson Sophia, wash'n, res 83 Troup Richardson Martha, res Anderson Glenn Richardson James, painter, res sw cor Mercer
Few

Richardson Edward, painter, res James Richardson Richardson Emma, student, res James Richardson Richardson Jennie, wks water works, res e limits * Ridley Henry, carpenter, Dillingham, bet Broad and
Front

Ridley Mary, wash'n, res Henry Ridley Ridley Zacharias, porter Brannon & Carson Ridley Georgia, wash'n, res Dillingham, bet Broad
and Front

Ridley Thomas, waiter Raiford House

Ridler Alfred, servt Mrs. C. L Kyle

Riley Benjamin, switchman, res "Linwood

Riley Amanda, servt M. C. Wooten

Riley Peter, carpenter, res w3 Mercer, Riley Rosetta, res Peter Riley

n Few

Riley Amanda, res rear L. M. Lynch

Rivers Jerry, lab, res N Liberties

Roberts Andrews, porter W. E. DuBose Roberts Rachel, res E. P. Holmes

Girard

Robertson Minerva, servt I. L. Pollard

Robertson Jerdan, wks No. 3 E and P

Liberties

Robertson Byrd, res Thomas Williams Robertson Sallie, servt J. D. McPhail Roberson William, res N Liberties Roberson Carrie, servt John Hill
Roberson Peggie, wash'n, res Jordan Roberson Roberson Daniel, carpenter, res e limits, nr brick
yard

Robinett Thomas, res Lina Foster
Robinson Lafayette, brickmason, res 49 Troup Robinson James, lab, res ws Mercer, 3 h s Thomas Robinson Florida, res Daniel Robinson Robinson Daniel, lab, res Linwood

Robinson Richard, drayman, res cor Woolfolk and rorsyth

272

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Robinson Julia, teacher, res Newry Robinson

Robinson Newry, carpenter, res es Mercer, next St.

James Church

Robinson Eddie, servt J. D Billings

Robinson Henry, lab, res Lin wood

Rockwood Charity, res Jeff Frazier

Rodgers Ship, barber, res se cor Mercer and Thomas

Rodgers Jackson, lab, res es McIntosh 4 h n Fulton

Rodgers Delia, res Simeon Griffin

Rodgers John, lab, res es McIntosh, 6 h n Baldwin

Rodgers Grant, res John Rodgers

Rodgers Hannah, res es Jackson Rodgers Osborn, lab, res cor McIntosh nr Wash

ington Rodgers Carrie, servt T. C. S. Howard

Rogers Alex, wks E and P mills, res ns Fulton, 3

h e Troup Rogers George, porter Edmund's furniture store, res

ws Main, 4 h n Few

Rogers Harriet, servt, Mrs. M. A. Kilpatrick

Rogers Andrew, wks Blanchard & Burrus

Rogers Hattie, res Laura Johnson

Roland Little, well digger, res ne cor 1st ave and

Baldwin Rollins Harriet, res Sarah Rollins

Rollins Sarah, wash'n, sw cor Early and Mercer

Root William, servt W P. Hunt

Root Candis, servt W. P. Hunt

Ross John, lab, res Thomas Ross

Ross Thomas, plasterer, res Joseph Bates

Ross Anderson, carpenter, res 77 Troup

Ross Fontroy, cook T. Newman, res N Liberties

Ross Angeline, res L. W. Givens

Ross Isaac, cotton sampler, res L. W. Givens

Royal Francis, student, res Pats* Royal

Royal Virginia, student, res Patsy Royal

Royal Julia, cook, res rear 25 Mercer

Royal Julia, servt L. Meyer Royal Patsy, wash'n, res ws Mercer, 4 h s Thomas

Royal Ludy, cook, res rear 25 Mercer

Royal Katie, wash'n, res Patsy Royal

Royal Dora, wash'n. res Patsy Royal

Royal Emma, cook T. B. Howard, res same

Royal Ella, res Hannah Sanders

DIRECTORY.

273

Colored Department.
Royal Alice, res James Alexander Rowell Mollie, wash'n, res ss Thomas, 1 h w Ogle
thorpe Rowells Alberta, student, res Mary King Rucker Emma, domestic, res rear Mrs. McIntosh Rudley George, lab, res ws McIntosh, 7 h n s limits Ruff Green, res N Liberties Ruffin Nathan, lab, res Peter Ruffin Ruffin Mollie, cook, res Peter Ruffin Ruffin Peter, lab, res ns Baldwin, 3 h w Mercer Runnels Henry, drayman, res First ave, 2 h n Few Runnels Spencer, lab, res e limits Russell Jones, blacksmith, res Solomon Flanders Russell Birdie, res Horace Jenkins Russell Pleasant, lab, res L. J. Jones Rutherford Eugenie, res Mary Rutherford Rutherford Mary, res es McIntosh, nr Franklin

BAILOR GUS, res ws Mercer, 5 h s Franklin
^ Sample Alex, lab, res ns Fulton, 3 h e Troup Sample George, barber, res Lucy Johnson Sample George, waiter Jos. McGhee Sanders Harry, wks Golden Bros., res ws Mercer, 8 h
s Franklin Sanders Hannah, wash'n. res cor McIntosh and R R
Sanders Lucy, wash'n, res Abner Bates Sanders James, wks E and P mills, res Richard
Meacham Sanford Sarah, wash'n, res cor Few and First ave Sapp George, servt Dr. W. F. Tigner Saulsbury Mary, seamstress, res es First ave, 3 h n
Baldwin Scheyler James, res Empire mills Schnell Joseph, res N Liberties Schnell Charity, res Joseph Schnell Schnell William, marketer, res James Monroe Scott Millie, servt L. R. Hoopes Scott Fred, driver, res Linwood Scott Lizzie, servt Daniel Scott Scott Lucius, carpenter, res s limits Scott James, porter William Beach & Co Scott Ella, res Clara Miller Scott Ella, res Lucius Scott Scott Cheney, servt Mrs. Van Marcus

274

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Scott Milley, wash'n, res es McIntosh, 4 h n Baldwin Scott Claiborne, porter Rankin House, res 117
Jackson

Scott A., barber, res Oglethorpe, nr Franklin

Seals Warren, plasterer, res ws Forsyth, 2 h n Fulton

Seals Jane, wash'n, res rear Mose Dence
Sellers Ed, wks E and P mills, res Jarrett McGhee Sellers Anna, res Bussey's alley, 2 h w McIntosh Sellers James, woodsawyer, res 7 Forsyth
Selvidge Samuel, porter, res Nathan Selvidge Selvidge Emerson, lab, res Matthew Selvidge Selvidge Matthew, res ss Early, 2 h w Forsyth Selvidge Lucy, domestic, res Ben Sessions Semple Alex, wks Ga. steam and gas pipe co Sessions Jordan, wks Willingham & Co

Sessions Ben, wks Col. Iron Wks, res ss Thomas, 2 h w First ave

Steward Sarah, servt Thomas Bowen Sharp Lelia, res Front, 2 h s Empire mills Sharp Nellie, res 2 h s Empire mills Sharp Jordan, res Lin wood
Shaw Frank, waiter, res Eliza Shaw
Shaw William, carpenter, res Eliza Shaw Shaw Bob, porter T. W. Markham, res Eliza Shaw Shaw Eliza, res ns Baldwin, 2 h e Jackson Sheffield Alphonzo, waiter Raiford House Sheffield Frankie, res George Shelton Shelton George, lab, res N "Liberties
Shelton George, Jr., lab, res George Shelton. Shelton Wylie, res Lin wood
Shelton Thomas, lab, res 130 Forsyth Shelton Alice, res Thomas Shelton Shelton Dora, servt C. Solomon Shelton Ed., res Isaac Eckter Shelton Mary, res N Liberties
Shelton Hattie, servt W. L. Tillman Shelton Lucy, servt Mrs. M E. Owens

Sheppard John, painter, res cor Woolfolk and For syth

Shepherd Roger, barber Perry House

Shepherd Mary Ann, wash'n, res ws McIntosh, 2 h n Few

Sheppard Benjamin, gardner, res es McIntosh, 2 hn Baldwin

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275-,

Colored Department.
Sheppard Henrietta, res William Baily Shivers Laura, res Columbus Walton

Shivers Susan, chambermaid Pacific House Shivers Lucinda, wash'n, res Anna Christian Shivers Wright, lab, res N Liberties Short Dempsey, hackman, res Linwood Shorter Jerry, mer., res N Liberties Shorter Jerry, waiter, Epping House Shorter Munroe, lab, res Edgar Grimes Shorter Parris, lab, res 24 McIntosh Shorter Lizzie, res Harrison Andrews Shusely Jack, driver, res Mary Pry

Sikes Adam, lab, res es Forsyth, 3 h s Early Sikes Lizzie, res Adam Sikes

Simpson Squire, waiter Central Hotel Simons James, servt res Ben Owens Simmons Susan, wash'n Simmons Eliza, servt J. F. Pou

Simmons Joseph, whitewashes res ws 1st ave, 9 h. n Crawford

Simmons Lucy, res Nellie Hardeway

Simmons Frank, lab, res es' Muscogee mills Sims Lizzie, servt G M. Williams
Sims David, servt Rev. Father J. Kirsch Sims Amanda, res Joseph Sims Sims Jacob, lab, res Wynnton Sims Isabella, servt T. J. Pearce

Sims Laura, student, res Cornelius Loyd Sims Mary, servt Mrs M. L. Kirlin Sims Beckie, res Eli Thomas

Sims Joseph, whitewasher, res rear colored school house

Sims Mattie, cook, res Maria Smith Sims James, servt, res Maria Sims Sims Virginia, cook, res Maria Sims Sims Francis, wash'n, res Maria Sims

Sims Maria, aook, res ws Jackson, 3 h s Baldwin Sims John, servt G. M. Williams Sims Davis, lab, res N Liberties

Sims Andrews, lab, res rear 72 Oglethorpe Sinclair John, bartender, res nw cor Troup and Ful
ton

Sinclair Emily, wash'n, res ws Mercer, 5 h n Few Skirty Nancy, wash'n, res Rev. S. B. Jones

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DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Skinner Louis, res ns Early, 2 h e McIntosh

Slaughter Thomas, res Richard Slaughter

Slaughter Richard, wks Bates & Young, res 49 Troup

Slaughter Rena, res Richard Slaughter

Small Hettie, servt C. E. Beach

Smart Frank, res ws Jackson, 4 h s Baldwin

Smart Mary, res Frank Smart

Smith William, lab, res N Liberties

Smith William, lab, res Fanny Smith

Smith Richard, servt Miss Mary Hodges

Smith Henry, driver, res .Wynnton

Smith Nick, lab, res N Liberties

Smith Ben, wks Willingham & Co

Smith Nancy, res George Lewis

Smith Peter, lab, res Wynnton

Smith Elizabeth, res Peter Smith

Smith Emily, wash'n, res James Johnson

Smith Emma, res James Johnson

Smith Susan, wash'n res Alex White

Smith Sophia, domestic, res ss Early, 4 h e McIntosh

Smith Johannah, servt R. S. Grier

Smith Flora, cook Mrs. F. L. London

Smith Jefferson, wks E and P mills, res ns Woolfolk,

2 h w Jackson

Smith John, res rear Perry House

Smith Amanda, servt G. Y. Pond

Smith Sarah, servt Mrs. Lambert Spencer

Smith Amanda, student, res Robert Smith.

Smith Robert, blacksmith government boat, res ws

McIntosh, 2 h s Few

Smith John, wks E and P yards, res ws McIntosh, 3

h n Early

Smith Polk, lab, res es McIntosh, 3 h s Baldwin

Smith Mary, servt James M. Bussey

Smith Susan, res Fannie Smith

Smith Fannie, res 9 Oglethorpe

Smith Mahala, chambermaid Rankin House, res es

First ave, 5 h s Thomas

Smith Solomon, res William Smith

Smith Nettie, res William Smith.

Smith Rebecca, res Charlotte Smith

Smith Charlotte, res Linwood

Smith Israel, minister, res N Liberties

Smith Jane, res Josie McKay

DIRECTORY.

277

Colored Department.

Smith Jennie, servt T. B. Howard, res same Smith Phoebe, servt Mrs. A. W. Sykes Smith Belle, seamstress, res e limits Smith Rosa, servt, res Belle Smith Smith Virginia, servt, res e limits Smith Evalina, res George Lewis Smith Melinda, servt John Pearce Smith Catherine, nurse, res James Walker Smith Joseph, wks E and P mills, res Richard Walker Smothers Sandy, marketer, ns Early, 1 h e Jackson Snead Henry, hostler Munday & Robinson
Snow Lucy, res John Jones Solomon Jane, wash'n, res es McIntosh Sorsby Henrietta, teacher, res 14 Forsyth
Sorsby Elizabeth, res N Liberties Sorsberry Martha, wash'n, res Stella Bradley Sorsby Martha, wash'n, res rear Anna Sparks Sparks Dick, blacksmith, res N Liberties Sparks Anna, cook, res ws Mercer, 2 h s Baldwin
Sparks John, res N Liberties Speller John, res Arnold Speller Speller Arnold, res Robert Jones Spencer Almeda, wash'n, res ns Baldwin, 1 h w Mer
cer Spencer Amos, drayman, res rear Mania Holbrook Spencer Henry, blacksmith, res Fifth ward Spencer W. H., teacher, res Mary Love Spencer Hattie, res Henry Spencer Spencer Dora, res Henry Spencer Spencer Henry, blacksmith,' res es Forsyth, 5 h s

Baldwin Spencer Mary, res Henry Spencer Spottlewood Israel, driver J. T. Flournoy Spy Thomas, lab, res Linwood Stafford Meranda, servt W. P. Hunt Stafford Madison, res Keziah Hamilton Stafford Jack, lab, res N Liberties Stanford Sylvia, res cor Lee and McIntosh Stanton Margaret, wash'n, res ws Oglethorpe, 5 h e.
Woolfolk Stapler Drusilla, seamstress, res 87 Front Stapler Anderson, servt D. F. Wilcox Stapler Equilla, wash'n, res 83 Front Stapler Glascow, servt D. F. Wilcox

'-278

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Starks Jane, res Major Thomas -Starks Lou, wash'n, res Henry Green

Stenson Mattie, servt Perry House

Stenson Eliza, servt Perry House

Stephens Alonzo, blacksmith, res N Liberties Stephens Josie, res Sarah Stephens

Stephens Sarah, wash'n, res es McIntosh, 5 h n Baldwin

Sterky James, lab, res N Liberties Sterky Ann, res James Sterky

Sterky George, res N Liberties Stevens Delia, servt William Ragland

Stevens Robert, wks Robert Bize, res se cor Perry and Oglethorpe
Stevens Ann, res rear Barney Hawkins

Stevens Mollie, servt. res sw cor Thomas and Forsyth
Stevens Thomas, Col. Iron Wks, res cor Mercer and Baldwin

Sterns Washington, mechanic, res ws 1st ave, 5 h n Few

Steward John, miller, res N Liberties Steward John, res John Steward, Sr.

Steward Lizzie, res Caroline Hawkins

Steward Vinton, school teacher, res N Liberties Stewaat Westley, servt Perry House

Stewart George, lab, res N Liberties Stuart Jack, cook, bds Geo. Goode Stewart Maria, res e limits

Stwart Silvia, wash'n, rear Mrs. J. S..Cushman Stuart Minnie, res John Stuart

Stewer Sarah, res Brownville Stignor Ed., striker J. M. Amos, res Wynnton Story Wylie, driver, G. W. Woodruff

Strauson Burrell, wks E and P mills, res ws Mer cer, 4 h s Franklin

Street James, res N Liberties

Street Samuel, carpenter, res rear Prince Street
Street Prince, lab, res es Forsyth, 4 h n Washington Street Lou, servt J. H. Gabriel

Strong Lou, wash'n, res rear Jack Lightner Stuart John, carpenter, res ns Lee, She McIntosh

Stuart Jack, hackman, res ws Mercer., 8 h n Lee Stuart Matilda, res John Stuart

Stuart Sarah, res Henry Williams

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Stuart

Lucinda,

Colored Department.
res Henry Williams

Stuart Peter, lab, res es Mercer, 9 h s Thomas

Stuart Sam, lab, res es Forsyth, 3 b n Fulton

Stubbs Milledge, lab, res Mrs. M. Raglin

Stubbs Alfred, res Milledge Stubbs

Stubbs Marcus, warehouseman, res ws McIntosh, 3 h n s limits

'Stubbs Mark, lab, res ws McIntosh, 2 h n s limitg-

Studges Wesley, wks Willingham & Oo

Sturgis Amelia, servt Noble Kirvin

Styles Annie, res Gifford George

Sumach Dinah, servt A. Simons

outton Frank, cook, res 53 Baldwin

Sykes Sarah, wash'n, res N Liberties

HJALLY SALLIE, servt Mrs. M. A. Bradford
FraTnak111l/in Hampton, lab, res ws Mercer, 5 h s
Taylor Lucius, hostler Central stables Taylor Thomas, lab, res James Richardson Taylor Margaret, wash'n, res Charles William Taylor Mary, res Ann Mixon Taylor Flora, cook, res Peter Evans Taylor Laura, cook T. K W^ynne Taylor Harriet, servt G. W. Chase Taylor Julia, servt R. H. England Taylor Lavonia, res Laura Harris Taylor William, lab, res Senie Elkin
Taylor Richard, wks Col. Iron Wks, res John Barfield laylorLd, wks Col. Iron Wks, res nw cor Baldwin
and McIntosh
Taylor Dayton, wks Willingham & Co Taylor Anna, res Linwood Taylor John, lab, wks Blanchard & Burrus Tee Mattie, res nw cor McIntosh and Thomas leester Alfred, lab, res Milledge Johnson lerrell Katie, wash'n, res Wynnton Terry W. E., barber, res es Forsyth, bet Few and
Kariy
Terry Thomas, blacksmith, res Wynnton Terry Henry, wks -- Dudley, res ws McIntosh, 3 h n
.ruiton
Terry Nettie, res Edward Terry

280

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Terry Edward, barber, res es Forsyth, 3 h s Few

Terry Dave, servt M. Joseph

Terry Charlie, barber, res 99 Troup

Thomas Mattie, wash'n, res Girard

Thomas William, lab, res N Liberties

Thomas Thomas, servt J. A Lewis

Thomas Harriet, servt G. W. Woodruff

Thomas Martha, servt Miss Mary Hodges

Thomas Cheney, servt Alpha A. Williams

Thomas Sarah, cook Joseph Huff

Thomas Isaac, lab, res N Liberties

Thomas John, press boy John S Stewart

Thomas Laura, cook E. E. Caldwell, res same

Thomas Nancy, seamstress, res Aleck Wright

Thomas Leslie, wash'n, res e limits Thomas Carrie, wash'n, res sw cor First ave and

Thomas Thomas Jane, wash'n, res Carrie Thomas

Thomas Henry, brickmason, res Wynnton

Thomas Moses, lab, res Wynnton Thomas Ed., wks dye house E and P mill, res cor

Early and Forsyth Thomas Sallie, wash'n, res Green Wall

Thomas Frank, errand boy Blanchard & Booth

Thomas James, student, res Anderson Thomas

Thomas Anderson, carpenter, res 107 Troup

Thomas George, res 105 Troup Thomas Mary, servt J. L. Pollard Thomas Henry, carpenter, res ns Few, 2 h w Troup

Thomas Major, wks Bates & Young, res 53 Troup

Thomas Catherine,, res s limits Thomas Flota, chambermaid stmr Rebecca Evenng-

ham, res 124 Forsyth Thomas Ella, res Edward Thomas

Thomas Edward, farmer, res Linwood

Thomas Flora, res Paschal Crayton

Thomas Lou, servt Mrs. E. A. Clark

Thomas Norah, res Ann Thomas Thomas Ann, cook, res 72 Oglethorpe

Thomas Lou, servt Charles Kaufman

Thomas Maria, wash'n, res N Liberties

Thomas Millie, res Minnie Thomas

Thomas Minnie, res N Liberties Thomas Gaston, res Henderson Thomas

DIRECTORY.

281

Colored Department.

Thomas Homer, res Henderson Thomas

Thomas Henderson, res N Liberties

Thomas Eli, drayman, res N Liberties

Thomas Matilda, wash'n, res ws Oglethorpe, 3 h n

Woolfolk

Thomas Amanda, servt J. E. Cargill

Thomas Moses, lab, res es McIntosh, 4 h s Baldwin

Thomas Obe, lab, res es Jackson

Thomas Fannie, wash'D, res rear J. M. McCubbins

Thomas Henry, brickmason, res 96 Oglethorpe

Thomas Emma, cook J. B. Lyon, res same

Thomas Smith, res ws Fourth ave, 3 h s Franklin

Thomas Albert, lab, res 6 Troup

Thomas Fanny, res Amanda Thomas

Thomas Virginia, res Lucy Webster

Thomas George, lab, res es Forsyth

Thomas Ella, res John Milricke

Thomas Davis, porter, res Green Thomas

Thomas Green, drayman, res es McIntosh

Thomas Laura, servt F. M Brooks

Thomas John, porter J. H. Edwards, bds Catharine

Jackson

Thomas Ella, res Laura Johnson

Thomas Susan, wash'n, res es Troup, nr Fulton

Thomason Harrison, lab, res 6 Troup

Thompson Jack, porter C. P. Springer

Thompson George, lab, res Jack Thompson

Thompson Lewis, marble worker A. M. Elledge

Thompson Cornelia, servt T. M. Foley

Thompson Mary, wash'n, res near Yarbrough's bar

Thompson William, brickmason, res ws Mercer, 4 h

n Thomas

Thompson Lula, seamstress, res ns Fulton, 1 h w

Troup

Thompson Margaret, res Jackson Thompson

Thompson Abbie, res Jack Thompson

Thornton Charles, lab, res Jack Rodgers

Thornton Isaac, lab, res Charles Thornton

Thornton Henry, blacksmith, res ws McIntosh, lha

Lee

Thornton Eliza, res Henry Thornton

Thornton Polly, res N Liberties

Thornton Bell, res Ann Thornton

Thornton Ann, res 12 Troup

19

282

'.DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Thornton John, carpenter, res Jerry Davis

Thrailkill Mary, res Richard Meacham

Thrailkill Louise, servt J. M. Estes

Thweatt Harvey, Baptist missionary, res 84 Troup-

Tignor Thos., lab, res Minerva Tignor

Tignor Minerva, res es McIntosh, near Washington

Tignor Augustus, lab, res Wynnton

Ticknor Mary, servt Henry Bruce

Tilhurst Elvira, servt A. Illges Tillison-, wks J. M. Amos, Res Wynnton

Tillman Richard, res Drusilla Stapler

Tillman Martha, res Hattie Tillman

Tillman Ed, lab, res Hattie Tillman

Tillman Hattie, res Brownville

Tillman Walter, lab, res Hattie Tillman

Tolbert Carrie, res Jane Johnson

Toles Antony, gardner, res ws Mercer, 3 h s Few

Toles Henry, lab, res Alex Toles

Toles Alex, brickmason, res 97 Forsyth

Toles Minerva, servt N. J. Bussey

Tommy Isaiah, res ws Mercer, 5 h s Franklin

Tonsy Delia, res Wesley Stewart

Townsend Larkin, lab, res Julia Townsend

Townsend Tennessee, res Julia Townsend

Townsend Julia, wash'n, res es McIntosh, 3 h s Few

Towther Nettie, cook, res es McIntosh, 5 h n Fulton

Trent Alfred, brickmason, res N Liberties

Troutman Arrena, res Linwood

Tucker William, carpenter, res 51 Troup

Tucker Willis, bartender King & Daniel, res 57 Troup

Tucker Jerry, lab, res Allen Johnson Tucker Burrell, painter, res ws McIntosh, 1 h n of

limits Tucker Armenius, res 51 Troup

Tucker Maiy, res Joseph Tucker

Tucker Joseph, carpenter, res es Troup, 4 h s Few

Tucker Martha, res Joseph Tucker

Tuke Helen, servt C. B. Teasdale

Turner Susie, servt Mrs. Clara Dexter

Turner Lillie, res 8 Troup

Turner Millie, servt John Peabody

Turner Osborn, res rear W. C. Pease

Turner Lula, res Joseph Turner

Turner Mary, wash'n, res 54 Front

DIRECTORY.

283

Colored Department.

Turner Mattie, cook Miss Annie Edwards

Turner Mary, nurse E. A. Shiver Turner Harriet, res Joseph Turner Turner J. E., barber W. E. Terry, res es McIntosh,

bet Bryan and Franklin Turner Jack, porter I. L. Pollard, res John Hamilton

Turner Elmira, res Jane Johnson

Turner Carrie, servt John M. Rees

Turner Charity, servt Mrs A. W. Sykes

Turner Charity, servt W. C. Pease Turner Emma, domestic, res rear Alice Green

Turner Eliza, res Linwood Twilley Mrs. Allie, wid, res N Liberties

Tyson Lewis, cook T. Newman
UPSHUR THOMAS, lab, res 70 McIntosh

Upshur John, wks Empire mills

Upshur Martha, boarding, Front nr Crawford

Upshur John, barber, res Front nr Crawford

Upshur Amanda, res 24 McIntosh
VA.NCE LAURA, cook, res Peter Evans

Victory Carrie, servt Dr. Carlisle Terry

Victory Samuel, carpenter, res Mary Rutherford
WALKER ALEX, shoemaker, res nw cor Few and

Troup Walker Bettie, res George Coleman
Walker Bettie, wash'n, res es Jackson, 3 h s Wash

ington Walker Caesar, lab, res N Liberties

Walker Chauncy, res Isaac Thomas Walker Elijah, lab, res ss Franklin, 2 h w Mercer

Walton Eliza, servt J. P. Fuller

Walker Ella, servt Thomas Chapman

Walker Ellen servt T. C. S. Howard

Walker Elsie, res Jacob Walker

.

Walker Fannie, wash'n, res es Mercer 2 h n Baldwin

Walker Flora, res Joseph Walker

Walker Hennie, res N Liberties

Walker Hester, wash'n, res 51 Troup

Walker Isaac, res Burrell Tucker Walker Jacob, lab, res rear William McGue Walker James, wks E and P mills, res cor Franklin

and McIntosh

284

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Walker Joseph, lab, res N Liberties

Walker Joseph, Jr , res Joseph Walker

Walker Katie, res George Sterky

Walker Levi, blacksmith, res Linwood

Walker Laney, res Elam Millin

Walker Mary, res L J. Jones

Walker Mattie, servt Dr. W. T Pool

Walker Nick, lab, res John Bird

Walker Stokes, lab, res Joseph Walker

Walker Thomas, lab, res Peter Clegg

Walker Wash, wks Empire mills, res n limits

Wall Green, plasterer, res ns Few, 1 h vv McIntosh

Wallers Isaac, lab, res Lively

Walls John, mechanic, res ne cor Lee and Forsyth

Wallace Lizzie, student, res Nathan Wallace, Jr

Wallace Richard, student, res Nathan Wallace, Jr

Wallace Nathan, porter C. D. Hunt, res Nathan Wal

lace, Jr

Wallace Louis, wks Col, Iron Wks, res Nathan Wal

lace

Wallace Susan, servt Mrs. Clara Dexter

Wallace Emanuel, wks Southern plow wks, res

Nathan Wallace, Jr

Wallace Israel, lab, res Nathan Wallace, Jr

Wallace Nathan, Jr., wks Col Icon Wks

Walton Alex, steamboat rouster, res ws Forsyth, 3 h

n Fulton

Walton Columbus, lab, res es Forsyth, 4 h s Early

Ward 'Willis, lab, res Charles Haywood

Ward Rose, servt Mrs. Francis Wise

Ward Ella, res Robert Ward

Ward Kingston, res e limits

Ward Dave, wks Bates & Young, res Dicey Howard

Ware Jake, shoemaker, res Linwood

Ware Mary, servt Bettie Smith

Ware Addie, servt H. H Epping

Warner Jennie, wash'n, res rear 72 Oglethorpe

Washington Amanda, res Wylie Wiggins

Washington Charlotte, res Robert Washington

Washington George, lab, res ws McIntosh, 6 h n

Washington

Washington Harry, servt G. Thomas, Jr

Washington Hannah, servt Ed Kurniker

Washington Hattie, res Mason Washington

DIRECTORY.

285

Colored Department.

Washingtan James, lab, res es McIntosh, 2 h n Bald

win

Washington James H., fireman Thos. Gilbert, res ne

cor of Washington and Baldwin

Washington Julia, res Raphael Washington

Washington Mason, res ws McIntosh, 1 h s Franklin

Washington Mary, wash'n, res Roht. Washington

Washington Milley, servt W. A. Redd

Washington Phyllis, servt Ed Kurniker

Washington Robert lab, res es Mercer, 3 h n Thomas

Washington Raphael, porter G. P. Swift, res 1 Car

ter's buildings

Washington Sarah, wash'n, resides Robert Washing ton

Washington Susan, wash'n, res Lively

Waters Lou, res Rose Waters

Waters Rose, wash'n, res Lively

Watson Anna, servt Mrs. E. J. Couch

Watson Ed, lab, res Anderson Everett

Watson Edivard, lab, res Troup, N Liberties

Watson Fannie, wash'n, res rear Mrs. R. G. Williams

Watson Laura, res Richard Watson

Watson Fannie, cook, res ns Washington, 3 h w

Jackson

Watson Mary, wash'n, res bet Broad and Warren

Watson Richard, lab, res es Forsyth, 8 h s Few

Watt Anderson, lab, res Linwood

Watt Felix, blacksmith, res Lavonia Watt

Watt George, res Felix Watt

Watt Henry, res Felix Watt

Watt Layonia, wash'n, res ss Franklin, 1 h w Mc

Intosh

Watt Lizzie, wash'n, res ws Baldwin, 2 h w McIntosh

Watt Wesley, lab, res Felix Watt

Wayman Adam, lab, res Hattie Jackson

Waymar Ellen, servt L. M. Collier

Weaver Eliza, wash'n, res ws Oglethorpe, 2 h n Lee

Weaver Matilda, wash'n, res Eliza Weaver

Webb Abner, brickmason, res Girard

Webster Lucy, res es Forsyth, 5 h s Few

Weeks Amy, res Thelston Andrews

Weeks Andrew, blacksmith, res ne cor Washington

and Jackson

Weeks Bell, res Andrew Weeks

m

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Weeks Frank, lab, res Andrew Weeks

Weeks Lena, res Andrew Weeks Weeks Simon, wks Blanchard & Burrus Weeks Anderson, carpenter, res ss Early, 2 h w Mc

Intosh Weems Ezekiel, lab, res se cor Mercer and Baldwin

Weems Ezekiel, res sw cor Baldwin and First ave

Weems Elmo, lab, res Linwood Weems John, wks E. M. Elledge, res 39 Tioup

Weems Oliver, barber, 31 Randolph

Weems William, res Milky Posey Welborn Dick, porter W. J. Watt, res Tony Jenkins

Welborn John, porter Kern & Loeb Welborn Mary, res Primus Henderson

Welborn Henry, res Jackson, nr s limits

Welborn Mary, res Henry Welborn

Welborn Alice, res Henry Welborn Welborn James, hostler Central Stables Wells Harriet Ann, midwife, ws McIntosh, 5 h n

Early Wesley Anna, boarding, res 42 St. Clair

West Dave, lab, res Lively West Merritt, porter Rollin Jefferson West Berry, wks Col. lion Wks, res ns Fulton, 1 h w

Broad West M., driver, res ns Fulton, 1 h w Broad

Westley John, lab, res Linwood Wiggins Wiley, wks Willingham & Co., res e limits

Wiggins Ned, servt J. J. Mason Wiggins Mary, wash'n, res rear Mrs. S. A. Blackmar

Wiggins J. L., res es Forsyth, 3 h n Baldwin

Wilburn John, drayman, res Samuel Payne

Wilkerson Clara, servt John H Johnston Wilkerson Nancy, servt John H. Johnston Wilkins Cephus, servt R. N. Ledsinger, res same

Wilkins Katie, res John Dozier Williams Alex., carpenter, res 17 Forsyth Williams Augustus, carpenter, res Charles Williams

Williams Ansom, carpenter, res Charles Williams

Williams Amy, servt J. E. Deaton Williams Amanda, wash'n, res N Liberties

Williams Amelia, res N Liberties

Williams Ann, cook Mrs. L. J. Fraser Williams Benjamin, pilot on steamer Rebecca Ever-

ingham, res 4 Troup

_DIRECTORY._287
Colored Department.-
Williams Betsey, servt -- Thweatt, res Richard Mea-
cham Williams Betsey, res Dorcas Jackson Williams Charles, hack driver Munday & Robinson Williams Charles, lab, res es Mercer, 4 h n Baldwin Williams Cornelia, res Laura Johnson Williams Charlotte, wash'n, res cor Thomas and Mc
Intosh Williams Catherine, servt L. J. Phillips Williams Catherine, servt D. Champagne Williams Carrie, student, res Thomas Williams / Williams Charles, carpenter, res Linwood Williams Daniel, asst yardman Blanchard & Burrus Williams Daniel, lab, res Sarah Cunningham Williams Doc, lab, res Linwood Williams Daniel, lab, res es McIntosh, 4 h n Fulton Williams Davis, porter on government boat, res Millie-
Jenkins Williams Ella, servt L. L. Cowdery Williams Eliza, servt Charles Phillips Williams Eda, servt Isaac Joseph Williams Emma, res Frank Hegman Williams Edward, porter Wells & Curtis, res Jackson
Holt Williams Ed, porter J. H. Hamilton Williams Ellen, res James Johnson Williams Eliza, wash'n, res Aleck Williams Williams Frank, lab, res es McIntosh, 3 h n Fulton Williams Francis, servt John S. Cargill Williams Frank, lab, res Maria Williams Williams Fanny, res Nick "Walker Williams Frank, wks market house, res Senie Elkin. Williams Frank, lab, res Alex Williams Williams Gilbert, wks Empire mills, res 75 Troup Williams Green, lab, res N Liberties Williams Gus, drayman, res N Liberties Williams Gus, lab, res Linwood Williams Georgia, wash'n, res 6th ward Williams Henry, cook Perry House, res ss Crawford,
1 h e McIntosh Williams Henrietta, res Milley Jenkins Williams Henry, feeder Thomas Gilbert, res ss Early,
bet Washington and Forsyth Williams Henrietta, servt C. M. Kensel

288

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Williams Hannah, servt James Brown

Williams Hannah, cigarmaker, res Frank Hegman

Williams Hattie, wash'n, res Lucy Johnson

Williams Hannah, servt Jas. Brown

Williams Henry, waiter Central Hotel

Williams Julia, wash'n, res ws McIntosh, 4 h n Lee

Williams Joseph, lab, res Muscogee mills

Williams Jack, lab, res Henry Williams

Williams James, carpenter, res es Mercer 2 h n Bald

win

Williams James, lab, res ws Mercer, 1 h n Few

Williams Joseph, res Peter Middlebrook

Williams Julia, wash'n, res ss Few, 4 h w Forsyth

'Williams James, painter, res 94 Oglethorpe

Williams John, lab, res es McIntosh, 2 h n Baldwin

Williams Kizzie, cook, res 54 Front

Williams Lela, res Louisa Booth

Williams Lester, res Henry Willis

Williams Lewis, driver Munday & Robinson, res

Hannah Nance

Williams Lizzie, wash'n res Milley Jenkins

Williams Lucy, servt J. B. Allen

Williams Lou, wash'n res N Liberties

Williams Laura, servt Isaac Joseph

Williams Mat, porter H. J. Thornton, res ws McIn

tosh, bet Washington and Woolfolk

Williams Maggie, servt J. D. McPhail

Williams Mary, res Maria Williams

Williams Mary Jane, servt W. P. Hunt

Williams M., cook J, L. Hogan, res rear 77 Broad

Williams Willie, res Major Byrd

Williams Martha, servt J. F. Flournoy

Williams Maria, wash'n, res bet Warren and Broad

Williams Mattie, lab, res Linwood

Williams Mattie, res Amanda Williams

Williams Matthew, wks H. J. Thornton, res Frank

Hegman

Williams Mary Lou, res nw cor Bryan and Randolph

Williams Mollie, wash'n, res Milly Jenkins

Williams Manuel, drayman, res Thomas Winn

Williams Mattie, servt D. L. Booher

Williams Mary, res Linwood

Williams Nettie, res Milly Jenkins

Williams Peter, shoemaker, res rear 3 h n Early

DIRECTORY.

289

Colored Department.

Williams Peter, servt Julius Kaufman, res same Williams Rose, servt W. H. Hinde Williams Robert, res George Williams Williams R. W., res N Liberties

Williams Robert, blacksmith, res rear Alex Ferguson Williams Rose, servt Perry Spencer Williams Rachael, wash'n, res Linwood Williams Sidney, lab, res e limits Williams Sarah, chambermaid Brown House Williams Simon, servt W. H. Glaze
Williams Samuel, lab, res ws Oglethorpe, 4 h n Wool folk
Williams Terry, porter W. R. Wood, res sw cor Mc Intosh and Early
Williams Thomas, servt W. A. Godwin Williams Thomas, painter, res sw cor Forsyth and
Early
Williams Virginia, res Nellie Hardeway Williams William, servt L. L. Cowdery Williamson Sarah, nurse J. F. Flournoy Willis Nelson, greaser S W R R shops, res ws Mcln-
tosh, 3 h s Thomas Willis Julia, student, res Nelson Willis Willis Abe, porter W. S Neeham Willis Reuben, lab, res 7 Redd buildings Wilson Susan, res Willis Tucker Willis Minnie, res Jerry Banks Willis Henry, lab, res Frank Williams Willis Levi, wks J. M. Fletcher & Son

Willis Alex., rouster steamer Throwateeska, res ws Fourth ave, 7 h s Franklin
Wjllis James, feeder, res E Forsyth, bet Early and Few
Willis Mary Lou, seamstress, res ss Baldwin, 1 h w McIntosh
Wimble Fannie, servt A M. Elledge Wilson Annie, res Gilbert Horace Wilson Lula, res Joshua Fulton Wilson Mary, wash'n, res nw cor McIntosh and
Fulton

Wilson Jane, cook, res John Smith Wilson Henry, wks Thomas Gilbert, res Thomas
Wilson Wilson Henry, gardener res e limits Wilson Charlotte, servt Dr. W. P, Turner

290

DIRECTORY.

Colored Department.

Wilson Fanny, res Henry Wilson
Wilson Ella, servt J. T. Cooper
Wilson Emma, res Avie Porter Wilson Thomas, whitewashes res ss Early, 2 h e

Forsyth Wimberly Samuel, servt E. Phillips
Wimbley David, drayman, res es McIntosh

Winn W. B., tobacconist, res 23 Jackson

Winn Thomas, lab, res e limits Winters Lela, servt Dr. W. F. Tigner Winters Charles, lab, res N L'berties

Wisham Harriet, cook Dr. Schley

Withers Ada, servt F. X. Profumo Withers Emma, res Winny Withers
Withers Winny, res es McIntosh Withers Adeline, cook, rts 23 Mercer Wheeler Lou, wash'n, res cor Oglethorpe and

^Franklin White Mitus, res Dick White
W7hite Melissa, res rear Flora Brown White Richard, steward government boat, res N Lib-

erties White Albert, wks J. W. Howard, res N Liberties

White Adeline, servt Peter Preer White Levy, Col. Iron Works, res ss Thomas 5 h w

1st ave White Millie, wash'n, res Levy White White Levi, wks Willingham & Co

White Harriet, res e limits White Henderson, blacksmith, res 10i Troup

White Mary, re rear A. E. Jones ) White Amanda, servt W. S. Holstead

Wh'.t ^ Lottie, servt M. A. Burn3 White Robert, driver Munday & Robinson Whitley G-. W., shoemaker, res basement, Georgia

Home building Whitley Jackson, dishwasher Central Hotel

Whittaker Benj., servt D. Champagne Whittaker Harriet, servt D. Champagne Whittaker Martha, servt F. M Mitchell

Waittle Harriet, res Stephen Johnson

Wood W. R., bootblack, W. E Terry Wood Thomas, res rear W. C. Cpart Woods Julia, stduent, res Fannie Woods. Woods John, brickmason, res Susan Woods

DIRECTORY.

291

Colored Department,
Woods Caroline, res ws Forsyth, 2 b s Few

Woods Carrie, wash'n, res Caroline Woods Woods William, barber, res Caroline Woods Woods Susan, wash'n, res ws Forsyth, 5 h s Baldwin Woodall Floyd, painter, res Nancy Robinson Woodley Nellie, wash'n, res 25 Mercer Woodruff Nelson, wks Empire mills, res 16 Forsyth Woodruff Sidney, bartender Isham Cooper Woodruff Savilla, res Nelson Woodruff Woolfolk Liza, nurse, rt s 25 Mercer
Wooten Lydia, res ss Washington, nr Oglethorpe Wootton Mary, wash'n, res 23 Mercer World Cornelia, wash'n, res Edgar Grimes World Prince, lab, res Brownville Wright Alex, umbrella repairer, res e limits Wright Andrew, lab, res ws Fourth ave, 4 h s Franklin Wright Augustus, blacksmith, res foot Wynn's hill Wright Green, cotton sampler, res rear Alex Lewis Wright Gus, Jr., lab, res Gus Wright Wright Gus, lab, res Andrew Wright Wright Henry, pastor Friendship (c) Baptist Church,
res e limits
Wright Jake, lab, res George Washington Wright Jack, lab, res Moses Jordan Wright Joseph, res Emily Sinclair Wright John, carpenter, res ws McIntosh, 2 h n
Early

Wright Licom, lab, res Henry Wright
Wright Levi, wheelwright, res ws First ave, 5 h n Crawford
Wright Mary, servt John Johnson Wright Richard, servt Dr. David Winn Wright Rhiny, servt J. H. Harrison

'Y'OUNG --, res N Liberties , Young Jessie, lab, res Girard
Young James, groceries, res 30 Front Yancey Adeline, res Columbus Dennis Young Veney, res rear Mr3. J. A. Rogers Young Westley, servt B. F. Marcrum, res same Young James, shoemaker, res ns Fulton, 3 h w For
syth
G^ACHARY LAURA, cook Anna Wesley Zachary Amanda, servt R. M. Dowdell

292

DIRECTORY.

ik A.% @SS*P%S|

Pioneer Boiler I Sheet Iron Works

Office 234 Marietta St., Works 13 Means St., ATLANTA, GA. Manufacturer of
STEAM BOILER
-AND-
Sheet Iron Work of Every Description,

Repairing1 Promptly Attended to.

STEAM ENGINES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FROM 1 TO 100 H. P._
A. H. FRAZER.

ARCHITECT!

Plans and Specifications Furnished of Every Description.
CORRESPONDENCE t SOLICITED.
95^ Broad St., Columbus, Ga.

fcMsMir * tfiyp

COLUMBUS AND SUBURBAN TOWNS,
ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
Architects. F. J, Dudley, ws Mercer, 1 h n Randolph,
page 110. A. H. Frazer, 95 Broad. See page 292 0. S. Philpot, Perry House
Amusements. Springer Opera House, George J. Burr us, cor Ogle
thorpe and Crawford Villa Reich, bet Early and Fulton, Broad and
Front
Auction and Commission.
T. M. Foley, under veranda hotel
Bagging FactoriesHinde, Preer & Illges, sw St. Clair and Jackson
Bakers and Confections.
Dowdy & Gilmer, 194 Broad D. J. Feiler, cor Crawford and Oglethorpe G. M. Layfield, Brownville Frank McArdle, 49 Crawford F. X. Profumo, 43 Crawford J. Schereuman, 8 Broad Mrs. H. Stevenson, 38 Broad
Banks. Chattahoochee National Bank. Capital, $100,000;
surplus, $70 000. H H Epping, Sr., Pres't; R. M. Mulford, Cashier; 57 Broad

CANE Hi ILLS to Run by Steam or Horse Power. Manufactured ^0l^en Bros.

Fine Suits for Weddings and Business MADE BY H. J. THORNTON.

294

DIRECTORY. _.

Eagle & Phoenix Savings Bank. Capital, $1 250,000; surplus, $650,000. W. H. Young, Pres't; G. Gunby
Jordan, Cashier; Eagle A Phoenix Factory Build-

ing Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank, Capital, $150,-
000; surplus, $50,000. W. H Brannon, Pres't; A. O. Black mar, Cashier ; 110 Broad. See page 20
National Bank of Columbus. Capital, $100,000 ; surplus, $40,000. J Rhodes Browne, Pres't; Geo. W. Dillingham, cashier; Georgia Home Building

Barbers.

Sandy Alexander (c), 36 Broad
Caddis Borum (c), 201 Broad Jos. McGhee (c), 40 Crawford Jesse Jones (c) Dillingham, bet Broad and Front
W. A. Mahone, 39 Crawford W. T. Pate, Brownville Frank Smart (c). Oglethorpe, opp Market W. E. Terry (c), under Georgia Home Building M. W. Thweatt, ws Oglethorpe, 3 h s Bryan
Oliver Weems (c), 31 Randolph Amos Wilson (c), Oglethorpe, bet Randolph and

Bryan

Basket Manufacters.

Doc Crawford (c), St. Clair, bet Broad and Oglethorpe

Beer Agents
Louis Buehler A Co., agts Anheuser Bush Brewing Co., 80 Broad
E. M. Walsh A Co, (also groceries, ice) cor Broad and Dillingham
Blacksmiths-
Banks, Spencer & Osborne, Oglethorpe opp Market Robert Bize, ss Bryan, 1 h w Jackson E. Bryan, ws Oglethorpe, 3 h n Franklin Cochrane & Shores, Lively Solomon Lockett (c), Brownville Thomas Terry (c), Dillingham, bet Broad and Front George Terrell (c), N Liberties Felix Watts (c), N Liberties

THEP UBLIC Vote H. J. Thornton Ar

biter of Fashions and Leader of Low

Prices.

>

----- DIREC_ TORY. _295

R. W. Williams (c), we Jackson, 1 h n Randolph

w

Augustus Wright (c), St. Clair, bet Broad and Ogle-

Board of Trade.
oW lng third Thursdaysf ?inraedaechmemeot nitnh,WeJ.bsWter. bWuoilodl--
foik, President, N. N. Curtis, 1st Vice-President, J. S.

o ddeennttr,e!T. JTonsdepVhf,i4ttM h Vridcee-nP`r'eGs`idAentR, eEd.d>L3. dWVelilcse,-PSreecs'iy.

Boarding
Scott Cain (c), Front near Crawford

It1
w

Hiram Cameron (c), 55 Oglethorpe

OQ

Ettie Carter (c), ss Randolph nr Oglethorpe

M

mS Fii^'lClbrp 6f gRthorPe- 4 h s Randolph

w

Fnnin H a. L. Harris, 114 Broad

< J.

S. Jones,
a

154rWB ORrSo ViTa ONdS_ ells_ the

&u .

1 Best $1.00 Shirt Made

JOHN 8. STEWARTn Steam Power JOB PRINTER 36 Randolph St., Columbus, Ga.

DIRECTORY,

301

M. Joseph (also trunk manufacturer), wholesale, 87

and 89 Broad

J. Joseph, 70 Broad

J. Albert Kirven, 90 Broad

,,,

J Kyle & Co. (wholesale), 106, 108 and 110 Broad

James A. Lewis & Co. (wholesale), 152 Broad

John MiGough & Co., 115 Broad C. Solomon, 17 Broad

a5i g3S

Electric Light Companies-

*073

The Brush Electric Light and Power Co., W. R. Brown, Pres't; W. A. Swift, Sect'y; Muscogee Mills

5sgao*Eaa^"

Express Companies-

Pa'S2-

Columbus & Rome R. R- Express Co. (over that road aSoe

only) ; office same

_ ,. ,

Southern Express Co , ws Broad, 7 h n Randolph

Sg'.3to?

Fer ilizers

So-

Bussey, Goldsmith & Co

(machinery, etc), Webster

oi-t-S"*
CuOD

Warehouse

.

The Columbus Fertilizer Co (manufacturers), Gi

rard

TTT ,

F. B. Gordon, office)Alabama Warehouse Fish, Ojsters, Etc-
Landers Alexander (c) Market House

w3P 3a|* PO*-s -a~.
P-*

John L. Hogan, 79 Broad

T. H. Jones (confections), Brownville

-b>oo

J. W. Miller & Co., 188 Broad

William Thomas (c), Market House

TtPOs.pBg

Foundries and Machine ShopsGolden Bros., nw cor Bryan and Mercer See lines.

ucat- &

Columbus Iron Works, bet Front, Short, Dillingham

1-J CD

and Thomas, and cor Short and Thomas

B89 %s*

Fruits, Etc-

sl

Walter E. DuBose (also groceries), 91 Broad.

See

Qo
2.0

page 62 Bartow Reed (c), fruits, es Oglethorpe, opp Market

PEcrSog*

J, J. Wood (also groceries and vegetables), 138 Broad. Q 53

See page 42

H. J. THORNTON GUARANTEES EVERY ARTICLE TO BE AS REPRESENTED.
302_DIRECTORY._
Furniture T. T. Edmunds, 98 Broad H. A. Gibson, 4 and 6 Broad. See page 114 M. M. Heller, Webster building Sneed & Maxwell, 42 Broad L. Rooney, 85^ Broad
Gas CompaniesColumbus Gas Light Co., works front foot of Craw
ford. Thos. E. Blanchard, pres't; Amory Dexter, sup't. Directors: Thos. E. Blanchard, Amory Dexter, Dewitt F. Wilcox, R. M. Mulford, Mayor of city ex officio member; Frank U. Downing, sec'y and treas.; office Webster building (south)
Gents' Furnishing J. Hofliin & Co., (also clothing), 122 Broad. See
page 42 G. E. Thomas (also clothing), 103 Broad. See 1st fly H. J. Thornton (also clothing), 83 and 85 BroadL
See lines General Merchandise
Allen & Buce, Lively C. Batastini, N Liberties M. T. Bergam, 16, 18 and 20 Front W. H. H. Blankenship, Wynnton J. Britton, Lively J. H. Brooks, Wynnton Cantrell Bros. & Co, Lumpkin road J. H. Connor & Co , 145 Broad James E Deaton, 156 Broad P. Deignan, cor Dillingham and Short R. Deignan, cor Front and Crawford Dr. J. W. W. Drake, Col factory village C. W. Field, Girard Charles Frank, agt, Brownville J. H. Frompton, ne cor Troup and Few J. K. Giddens, Girard Godwin & Dixon, junction Warren and Broad A. Hall, Brownville Hecht & Brannan, 157 Broad C. J. Howell A Co., cor Mercer and Baldwin.

a UALITY, WORKMANSHIP and FIT GUARANTEED UNEQUALLED In the CLOTHING sold by H. J. Thornton.
DIRECTORY._303

C. D. Hunt, 53 and 55 Broad Jones & Payne, Brownville

s

J. W. Knowles, Girard J B. Lindsey, 32 Broad

to

W. S, Lockhart, se cor McIntosh and Few
M. Loeb, 15 Broad, cor Bryan McArdle & Jones, Lively

oo

Thomas McAllister. Lively

H

W. H. McKinney, Brownville T. E. Middlebrook, 24 Broad Thomas Names, 19 Crawford

H O

W. S. Needham, nw cor Broad and Bryan

J. H. Rumsey, sw cor Bryan and Oglethorpe

Simon Schubinsky, 36 Broad

to

Jerry Shorter (c), N Liberties

o

M. Simon, sw cor Baldwin and Mercer A. Simons, se cor Mercer and Crawford H. N. Smith,Lively

XJ m

Smith & Gifford, Girard Perry Spencer, 129 Broad

S

T. J. Stone, N. Liberties

0

Henry Straus. N Liberties Summersgill & Jarrer, Brownville. See page 114
Miss Mary Tooke, N Liberties

8 cl

G. W. Wadsworth (also liquors) Wynnton G Weinberg, cor Washington and Oglethorpe

Zb)

L. E. & H. M. White, es Troup, 2 h s Woolfolk

W. A. Willis, Wynnton

nd

A. 0. Young, Brownville

cM

T. S. Young, cor Lee and Oglethorpe

Gin Manufacturers.

Winship & Bro., Atlanta, Ga. See last fly and 312 -to

Centennial Gill, R. A. Ennis A Co. (also m ichinery,

plumbing, etc.), 26 Broad. See first paster

5o

Groceries

28

Abbott & Cooper, 119 Broad

James Adams ham

(also saloon), cor Front and Dilling

n

W. D. Amyet, cor Oglethorpe and Lee

Alex Anderson, Mercer, nr Early Lucius Anderson (c), nw cor Jackson aud Randolph

8
8

Jft tty C QTCWART) Railroad, Steamboat and Com-

Unli Oi O I CwiHIll ( mercjai Printing at short notice.

JOB PRINTER. \

COLUMBUS, ga.

,304

DIRECTORY.

~

. M. Averett. cor Oglethorpe and Randolph M. M. Beck, junction of Broad, Oglethorpe and War
ren Jerry Bennett (c\ Lively B. A. Berry, 196 Broad D. R. Bize (also saloon, wagon yard, etc.), cor Bryan
and Oglethorpe W. R. Britt. Opera House Building J. W. Cargill, cor St. Clair and Oglethorpe Lou Chambers (also saloon), Girard J. A. Cheek, ss Commerce, 1 h n Troup
J. A. Clegg. Lively Mrs E. Cleland, 95 Troup J. H. Cochran, Lively J. M Collins, Lively Martin Connor, Dillingham, bet Front and Bridge William Cooper, sw cor Franklin and Broad J. W. Cotton, es Troup, at W. R. R crossing Robert S. Crane, cor Broad and Randolph H. Crofiord (also saloon), N Liberties A. J. Culver, cor Forsyth and Few Mrs. Mary Curran, Crawford, bet Broad and Front J. T. Daniel, nw cor Oglethorpe and Crawford G. J. Daniels, ne cor Franklin and McIntosh
W. A. Davis, 51 Few J L. Davis, ss Baldwin, 1 h e Jackson Enoch Dowdy, sw cor McIntosh and Thomas W. E. DuBose (also fruits), 91 Broad. See page 62 John Durkin, cor Troup and Few Edge & Bro (also shoes), 46 and 48 Broad. See page 36
A. F. Edwards, Brownville Edwards & Ingersoll (also liquors), Brownville. Mrs. William Farmer, cor Forsyth and Baldwin J. H. Gabriel wholesale, (also oils), 151 Broad G. E. Gager, cor Mercer and Bradford
Gill & Crouch, N Liberties Goodman Bros, (also wagon yard), ne cor Oglethorpe
and Franklin R. 8. Greer, nw cor Few and Troup. See page 20 J. H. Hamilton, junction of Oglethorpe, Franklin
and Warren W. L. Hanks, Lively



GOLDEN'S COTTON SCREW Best and Cheapest in the Market.

MBIT, BOYS and CHILDREH

Buy your Clothing and Hats of H. J. Thornton,

'

DIRECTORY._

305

Handsborough Hayward, Linwood J. P. Harmon, wood and cattle, ws McIntosh, 3 h n
Fulton Haynes &J|Bro., (also saloon), N Liberties Frank B. Haywood, (c), 43 Oglethorpe A. H. Hendricks, (c) Oglethorpe, nr Crawford
Hendrson & Lofton, Linwood C. E. Hochstrasser, cor St. Clair and Broad
Mrs. Sarah Hollis, N Liberties
D. R. Huff, Wynnton E. Jefferson, Lively Rollin Jefferson, 133 Broad Johnson & Co . (also saloon), Lively
E M. Johnson, 132 Broad H. J. Johnson, cor Crawford and Broad
John Jones, (c), N Liberties E. W. Joines & Son, 50 Crawford. See page 196 Robert Justice, (alto saloon), cor Oglethorpe and
Randolph Kaufman & Hecht, 28 Broad Kern & Loeb (wholesale), cor Randolph and Broad
G. H. Key's, (also liquors), under veranda hotel.
See page 30 King & Daniel, cor Broad and Crawford G. T. Kinnett (also saloon), cor Oglethorpe and Wash
ington C. Kley, Dillingham, bet Front and Bridge T. F. Ledbetter (also confections) Brownville
M. T. Lynn, Brownville. See page 78
w.J. M. Lockart, cor Baldwin and McIntosh H. McKenzie, Brownville Josiah Mehaffy, Brownville. See page 110
G. B. Mansfield, Lively W. A. Martin, Girard T. W. Markham (also whiskey), cor Oglethorpe and
Randolph J. F. Marcerum & Co., 146 Broad M. M. Masters (also liquors),sw cor n Jackson and R R
Patrick McArdle, cor Front and Dillingham
Frank McArdle, 45 Crawford Mrs. W. M. McClook, cor Woolfolk st and Hamilton
road

Golden Bros.

NEVER BUY Clothin Hats or Furnishing Goods cJ'.oTrehoErnxatomni'nsinLgineH..

306

DIRECTORY.

McLenhan & Co. (also liquors,) 54 Crawford. See

page 42 W. R. Moore, cor Broad and Thomas J. F. Moore, Oglethorpe nr Washington
R. H. Moreland, Girard H. T. Owen (liquors) nw cor Jackson and Washing-
ington N. S. Passmore, Randolph nr P. 0.
J. T. Pearce, 78 Broad Pearce & Co., 20 Bi d J. F. Phillips, Brov ville John Phillipson, Dillingham, bet Front and Bridge Pioneer Store (wholesale liquors and tobaccos), I Jos
eph, pres't, O. S. Jordan, treas, 137 Broad
W. S. Poer, 2 Broad I. L. Pollard, 40 Broad C. A. Redd & Co., 28 Broad Wm. Redd & Co., Ill Broad John F. Rodgers, Lively Jefferson Roland, 142 n Oglethorpe James Segus, ws N Troup, 1 h n R. R. Alex Smith (also shoemaker), Brownville C. P. Springer (also whisky) cor Crawford and Ogle
thorpe. See page 62. Miss Alice Story, N Liberties Summer3gill & Jarrett, Lively E. M. Sweat, Oglethorpe, near Franklin Taylor & Bro., cor Broad, next to Warren. See
page 152 J. S. Terry, N Liberties W. L. Tillman, 153 Broad F. B. Tomlin (also saloon) cor Forsyth and Baldwin
Wade & Harrison, Lively J. H Walker, Girard E. M. Walsh & Co., (also ice and beer), coi Broad and
Dillingham W. J. Watt, cor Crawford and Broad
M. G. West, Girard W. D. White, (also news). Brownville Mrs. Elizabeth Millins, N Liberties Mrs. Sarah Willett, (also saloon), se cor Jackson and
Commerce

I'
GUARANTEED THE LOWEST On all Goods Sold by
H J. THORNTON.
_DIRECTORY.__307
J. Womack, N Liberties John C. Woolfolk, 127 Broad J. J. Wood, 138 Broad. See page 42 W. R. Wood, ss Crawford, bet Broad and Oglethorpe.
See page 50 Mrs. H F. Wright, ws Jackson, 1 h n Woolfolk John Yarbrough, (also saloon), Front near Dilling
ham I. Yearty, N Liberties James Young, (c), 30 Front
Gun and Loci mithsPhilip Eifler, 165 Broad J. P. Murray, es Oglethorpe, nr Few William Shober 34 Randolph
Hardwar , Etc William Beach & Co, 96 Broad Estes & Sons, 113 Broad J. A. Frazier & Co , 95 and 97 Broad
Hides, Rags, EcJ. W- Howard, Oglethorpe. See page 106
Hotels Brown House, E. 0. Brown, propr, cor Crawford
and Broad. See page 16 Central Hotel, J. W. Ryan, propr, 138 and 140 Broad Perry House, ne cor Bryan and Oglethorpe, W. J,
Chaffin, propr. See page 150 Planters' House, Mrs. C. Lawrence, prop's, 151^ Broad Raiford House, Mrs. E, G. Raiford, prop's, cor Ogle
thorpe and Crawford Rankin House, John Scherf, propr, cor Broad and
Crawford. See first cover
House Furnishing H. F. Everett, 142 Broad , E. N. Hays, 139 Broad J. D. Johnston, 141 Broad McArdle & Co, 109 Broad
Ice ManufacturersColumbus Industrial Ice Works, H. D. Stratton,
propr, foot Baldwin

BUY YOUR UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, RUBBER COATS AND HATS OF H. J. THORNTON.

308

'DIRECTORY.

Ice Dealers-

John L Hogan, 79 Broad

,,

E. M. Walsh & Co. (also groceries and beer), cor Broad

and Dillingham

Insurance-

Blackmar & Edge (life), Ga. Home Bldg, next Tele-

t "jr ^ChaDPell, Agt. (also real estate), 116J Broad. pagTsO ' GUARDIAN INS. CO., of London ;
HO VIE FIRE IN'S. CO., of New York; NORTHERN INS. CO., of London; NEW YORK LIFE
INS. CO , of New York The Georgia Home Insurance (fire). Capital, $juu,-
000; assets, $710,745. J. Rhodes Browne, Pres fc; William C. Coart, Sect'y; George W. Dillingham,
Treas. Ga. Home Bldg Georgia Provident Association. A. L. Whiteside,
Sect'y ; 1\ Broad street, Atlanta. See page 192 Jordan & Blackmar (fire), Ga. Home Bldg, next Tele
graph Office
5 F.^WHcox! AgCrHARTFORD FIRE INS. CO.; NORTH BRITfSH MERCANTILE INS. CO.; INS. CO. OF NORTH AMERICA; ROYAL INS. CO; PHENIX of Brooklyn ; WESTERN, of Toronto; CONTINENTAL INS. CO.; GERMAN AMERI CAN INS CO MUTUAL LIFE INS CO., of New York - TRAVELERS INS. CO., of Hartford. 71

Yonge & Grimes, agents (also rpal estate LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE FIRE - LION FIRE INSURANCE; NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS. 79 Broad
Iron Works-
Columbus Iron Works, W. A. Brown, Pres't; G. Buckman Whiteside, Sect'y and Treas. Capital, $60,009. Cor Thomas and Front. Employ 200 men
Golden Bros, cor Bryan and Mercer. See lines

BET, BOYS and CHZXiSDJlBIT

_Buy your Clothi g and Hats of H j. Thornton.

O
S"*

directory

309 m IO

Jewelers, Etc

J. H. Bramhall, 99 Broad

CO

C. H Lequin, 130 Broad. See page 12 C. bchmnberg, 105 Broad

o
C;V "HI

I J`see pigea20 Vhoe1lix JewellT Store, 101 Broad.

WSve? & KinSe1' 67 Br0ad cor RadolPb-
Job Printing-

See first scc&rnj
m

J110,toy 40Rarn'do!SDhbinder and P`per box n,annf`":-

^Stewart, 36 Randolph. See lines limes Office.

OCtQDo

Trunk Dealers.
J. W. Howard, ws Oglethorpe 1 fi s Lee

So 3 CO

>

' Lawyers-

o
3"

C. L. Battle, Crane's Corner. See page 30 Reese Crawford, James building S

g--o-

B. It. Crawford, 97 Broad

C5O

Tol Y. Crawford, office with L. F. Garrard

Alonzo A. Dozier, 126^ Broad

pna"e36Garral'd'iC"r Br0!id and

R"d1Ph-

See

er
CD

!

Chappell, cor Broad and Randolph, PS

T. W Grimes, 791 Broad

FT

B. F. Harrell, 126| Broad

CD

Hatcher & Peabodv, 10U Broad Porter Ingram, 119J Broad
McNeii & Levy 5 6 and 7 Ga. Home bldg

PP0

b-S Murdock. 95J Broad

~ Ci

Peabody, Little & Branuan., Crane's corner Joseph F. Pou, 1091 Broad

C R. Russell, 55 Broad

Smith & Russell, Webster building

G E. Thomas

&

P--L.

Thomas & Chandler, 114J Broad

CD
P

V; J- ibornton, 118| Broad B. A. Thornton, 1161 Broad
L Willis, 79 Broad

mt>Oo-*d

/

mrni.myaMaK

DIRECTORY.___
Liquor Der.lersJames Adams (also groceries), cor Front and Di -

.Jack'Sony, (c), (also gro'ceriea), wS Oglethorpe, l

h n Bryan

,. ^ A

A. Banner, (also dry goods), 12 Broad

Barr & Flannigan, 30 Broad.

D R. Bize, (also groceries, wagon yard, etc),

Bryan and Oglethorpe 1

,

Louis Buehler & Co., (wholesale), 80 Broad

Lou Chambers, (also groceries), Girard

Isham Cooper, (e), 36 St. Clair

f 'TCrei,((&cre,r1?8)lr'CbTMwfor. and Ogle-

thorpe

J. H Edwards. 144 Broad

.

m

Edwards & Ingersoll. (also groceries) Brownville

Garrett & Son (wholesale) cor Broad and St. Cl

W J Hammond, Dillingham, bet Front and Bridge

Havnes & Bro (also groceries), N Liberties

Charles Heyman & Co. (wholesale, also restaurant),

136 Broad F F Jacobs, 112 Broad
John W Jones, 45 Randolph Tohnson & Co. (also groceries), Lively Root. Justice (also groceries) cor Oglethorpe and

C^h!1 key's (also groceries) under Verandah hotel.

G.STe Kin nett (also groceries), cor Oglethorpe and

Washington

King & Daniel, near grocery of same

F. W. Laudenher, 58 Broad

M. T. Lynn, Lively

T. W. Marham, 54 Oglethorpe

,

T. W. Markham (groceries) cor Oglethorpe and

1 J. F^McLendou (also groceries), 54 Crawford. See

cV (OLLARS,CUFFS,HANDKERCHIEFS, SUSPENDERS,

k7

S;O, CK,, S aj nd TUiNwDnEER't)WwEvAATR) Iinn llaarrcgree vvaarriieettyy

at H. J. TnoRNTON's

Sold is offered by H. J.
> THORNTON. r Popular Price, $1.00. r _DIRECTORY.__ 311
c J. W. Miller & Co., 186 Broad.

John W. Mullen, Lively

3

T. Newman (also restaurant), 4x0 and 52 Broad

Rankin House Bar, John Scherf, Prop.

x

J. A. Riley, Brownville
o C. P. Springer (also groceries), cor Oglethorpe and
o Crawford. See page 62

W. C. Syples, ws Oglethorpe, 5 h n Bryan L. A. Thomas, Oglethorpe, opp Market F. B. Tomlin (also groceries), cor Forsyth and Bald

H H

win

O

G. W. Wadsworth (also gen mdse), Wynnton

Mrs. Sarah Willett (also groceries), cor Jackson and

Commerce

CO

W. R. Wood (also groceries), ss Crawford, bet Broad
o and Oglethorpe
aa John Yarbrough (also groceries), Front, near Dil

lingham

m

Livery. Josiah Allen, Oglethorpe, opp Market

$

Disbrow & Co., Oglethorpe, nr Bryan

g

J. M. Fletcher & Son, ws Oglethorpe, 3 h s Bryan Gamble & Bullock, 192 Broad Munday & Robinson, 184 and 186 Broad

9 d

Lumber Yard-

T. L. Gruzard, Troup, nr Few

2H

Machinery and Agricultural Implements

R. A. Ennis & Co. (also plumbing), 26 Broad. 1st paster

See !>

Lawhon & Co., nw cor Oglethorpe and Bryan -CO

Marble Works.
'George Kenny, ns Bryan, 1 N Broad. See page 114 So
Monumental Marble Works, A. M. Elledge, propr. 205 Broad. See page 12

H Mattress Manufacturer-
H. Buchanan, ws Warren, 3 h s Franklin

290

| THORNTON Sells the .J, | Best $1.00 SShhirt Made

9 9

WINSHIP & BRO.,
ATLANTA, GA...
Stem Sipes, Cotton Gins, Cotton Presses, Mill Machinery.
J5JT"We make this Press to run by Hand Power, by Horse, or by Belt Vwer. It is the best Cotton Press made, and our prices are very low. Send :>r circulars. (See also inside of back cover.)

OHN S. STEWART, THE
-PRINTER,36 Randolph St., Columbus, Ga.

DIRECTORY.

313

Meat Markets.

J. R. Barr, cor Commerce and Jackson M. Beal, 9 Market

M. A. Burns, 18 Market house. See page 114 P. Coulter, Gimrd

W H. Coulter, Brownville. See last fly

Samuel Crane, 11 Market W. H. Glaze, 16 Market

" ef

J. C. Hill, 4 Market

L. Massey, 8 Market McAllister, Poster k Co , 6 Market

3 o

Daily and Weekly Times. T K. Wynne and W. & DeWolf, editors and proprietors. 43 Randolph
Saturday Evening News (weekly). J. T. Gox, editor

Cu and proprietor. Brownville

<0tD-5 o

Oil Dealers. Chess Carley Co., D. H. Sumner, special agent, U6i

ffl Broad. See page 138

tc-

J. H. Gabriel (also groceries). 151 Broad Oil Mills-

eoaw>3

Muscogee Oil Co., L. M Burrus, Pres't; G D. Hough, Sect'y and Treas St. Clair and e limits

cc

Opium Cure-

.C George A. Bradford. See lines

eC3

Paint DealersLiefrank's Decoration, Paint and News Agincy, 40

P5

Jame^M^Osborne, Hammar's ready mixed_ and

other paints, (also house and sign painter), 54 bt.

W -I

J. B.aSlade, St. Clair, bet Broad and Front

I-I

Painters.

Liefrank's Decorative Agency, 40 Randolph J. B. Slade, St. Clair, bet Broad and Front

James M- Osborne, (also dealer in paint), St. Glair,

yj 2 e Oglethorpe

Paper Box Manufacturers-

< Thomas Gilbert, (also job printing and book bid

O der), 40 Randolph

IOKN S. STEWART jxj Railroad, Steamboat and Com mercial Printing at short notice.

| ll JO]B PRINTER.

COLUMBUS, GA._

DIRECTOR Y.

315

Q Pattern Agencies-
Butterick's Patterns, James E. Cargill, agent, 82

Broad. See page 40

H

Demorest's, Singer Mfg Photographers-

%

A. J. Riddle, 154| Broad
George Sperry, 169^ Broad
(D Yickery & Posey, Brownville. See page 152
Alpha A. Williams, cor Broad and Randolph. See

page 33

Physicians.

93

Dr. S. J Austin, Webster building
Dr. M. D. Blanchard, 119 Broad
Dr. A. C. Bass, 35 Randolph Dr. T. W. Battle, 131$ Broad
Dr W. L. Bullard, 131$ Broad Dr. J. N Cameron, res G3 N Troup Dr. T. P. Chaffin, office Robert Carter's drug store

pp,
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Dr. W. T. Gautier, 135 Broad
Dr. J. N. Gilbert (also drugs), 148 Broad
Drs. Grimes & Grimes, 74$ Broad

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Dr. T. W- Howard, Bridge si, Brownville
Dr. E. W. Jenkins, M. D. Hood & Co

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Dr. D. W. Johnson. 35$ Randolph

$ Dr. J. L Jordan, M. D. Hood & Co
Dr. S. N. Jordan, city physician, ws Broad, 3 h n

Franklin, up stairs
Drs Kimbrough & King, 107$ Broad.
Dr. C B. Leitner, 48 Randolph

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Dr. R. H. McCutcheon, Lively Dr. John W Oslin, 74 Broad

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Dr. W. T Park, 3$ Whitehall, Atlanta. See page

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Dr. S F. Salter, cor Broad and Walton, Atlanta. See

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Dr. E. B. Schley, 114$ Broad ,

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Dr. J. F. Shackelford, (also drugs) Brownville. P

O. box 131, Columbus. See page --.

Dr. T. A. Stanford, 35$ Randolph
Dr. F. F. Taber, 82 Decatur st, Atlanta. See page '9

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Dr. C. Terry, 101J Broad Dr F. 0. Ticknor, office Robert Carter's drug store,

res ws Oglethorpe, bet Baldwin and Few

<3 d Dr. J. H. Wooldridge, office Bran nan & Carson

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Planing Mills-
Dudley & Wise, planing ruill, (also architects and contractors). Mercer nr depot. See page 110

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R H. England, planing mill, (also contractor and builder), Oglethorpe, bet Kandoiph and Bryan ; 30

hands

J. B. Sample, planing mill and lumber yard, sw cor

Bryan and Mercer

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Ii. H Chappell (also insurance) See page 50 Toombs Crawford (also broker), 59| Broad.

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D. N. Gibbons, ws Broad, 2 h s Bryan

Yonge & Grimes (also insurance), 79 Broad

Restaurants Mrs. L. A. Edwards, ws Oglethorpe, 2 h n Bryan
Charles Heyman & Co. (also groceries), 136 Broad James Hogan (c), ss Baldwin, 2 h e McIntosh John L Hogan, 77 Broad
T. Newman (also saloon), 50 and 52 Broad Mrs. Mary Schaefer, 39 Randolph

Saddle Manufacturers.
Mark A. Bradford, 94 Broad. See page 16 John Jarrett (c), repairer, ns Randolph, 1 h w Jack-
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Sash, Doors, Etc
Willingham & Co, mfrs Sash, Doors and Blinds (also contractors and builders), cor Mercer and Bryan, 100 hands. See page 16

Seals and Stencils.

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back paster H B. Peddy, Brownville

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tg Co., C. S. Holt, manager, 163 Broad

Wheeler & Wilson Mfg Co, W. J. Pearce, manager 67 Randolph

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Shoe Dealers

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Kirven J. A., exec.. 319 a, $2,900

Lamar John E , 101 a, $250 Langford G. M., 67 a, $80

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Langford G. M. and wife, 58 a, $60

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Levy L. C., agt, 45 a, $900

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at Little W. A., 28 a, $5,000 2 Martin Mrs. Jane, 144 a, $400 p!fg Massey J., trustee. 500 a, $1,600
Massey J., agt, 101 a, 203 Massey W. C. and Caroline, 900 a, $2,500 I q Massey Willis W., 180 a, $360 Matthews Allen J., 100 a, $400 h Matthews W. E., 65 a, $950 0 Mill George H., 450 a, $250 (5 Munroe M. F., 60 a, $1,800 Monroe R. A., 60 a, $1,500 Monroe S. A., 50 a, $1,800 Monroe C W., 80 a, $4,750 Moses R. J , 890 a, $7,000 Move John W., 100 a, $100 Nix William A. 200 a $400 Oneal 8. G , 770 a, $7 70U Park William (c), 300 a, $800 Parker James (c), 200 a, $400 Patrick John M., 50 a $150 Patrick Marion, 107 a, $110 Patrick James M., 115 a, $150 Peacock G. J., 60 a, $5,000 Pearce Harry (c), 30 a. $50 Ramsey E. B , 125 a, $600 Redd W. J , 50 a, $2,500 Redd W. J., agt, 678 a, $10 000 Ready J. C., 300 a, $1,600 Ridenhour Mrs. Mary, 383 a, $2,00 Rol erts E. S., (trustee), 25 a, $125 Robinson Henry, 28 a, $28 Rogers Peter (c), 40 a, $40 Rogers Lavina A , 25 a, $200 Rogers Anthony, 25 a, $100 Ruff Fannie (c), 150 a, $500 Russell Mrs Susan, 116 a, $200 Schlep Wiliiam, 418 a, $1,400 Shepherd A. H. & A M., 418 a, $13,000 Shepherd A. H., 15 a, $2,000 Smith Squire (c), 58 a, $58 Spurlin Simeon, 157^ a, $459 Stribling Simeon, 200 a, $925

Taylor Mrs. Miles, 110 a, 8330

Thomas G. E., agt., 20 a, $3,000

Thornton Carey, 192 a, $3,200

Thornton B A., agt., 68 a, $2,600

Touchstone F. M,, 175 a, $600

Vanhorn Hubbard, 208 a, $300

Walker Woolfolk, agt, 230 a, $1,200

West William H., 162 a, $3,000

White Daniel, 70 a, $100

Willis G. W,, 202* , $400 Willis F. A., agt, 243 a, $500 Williams Jackson, 150 a, $400 Williams C O.. 25 a, $1,200

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Woolfolk W. G., agt, 700 a, $4 000

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Wynn John E., 158 a, $316 Wynn J. C., agt, 50 a, $50 Yonge Ed. E , 100 a, $2,500

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COLUMBUS P. 0. Allmond R. H., 275 a, $2,175

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Almond E. H., 254 a $1,378 Amos William, 600 a, $2,500 Autry A. J , 100 a, $400 Autry William H., 85 a, $255

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Autry A. J., Jr., 100 a, $340

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Barret Pitts (c), 200 a, $600 Bartlett Mrs. J., 150 a, $450

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Biggers J L., 1,000 a, $4,000

Biggers A. E., 500 a, $2,000

Biggers Joseph W. 1,214 a, $2,828

Biggers Petalmus J , 400 a. $800

Biggers B A , J of 1,800 a, $3,600

Biggers P. J., of 1,800 a, $3,600

Black Mrs. L. B , 101 a $1,000

Bowden M. M., 800 a, $2 400

Boyde John F., 525 a, $3,000

Bruce Robert J , 37 a. $3,300

Cargill G. M., 166 a, $950

Cartlidge John, 190 a, $800

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CD Cartridge J A., 1,200 ai, $6,000

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Chappell T. J., 66 a, $1-000

k jn a $3 243

Clapp J. R., estate, pr G. M- Clapp, 542 a $3,

CD Clark Benjamin A., 350 a. $1,400

53 Clark Jordan, (c),,100 a, $300

Clark James S , 367 a, I1-100

Cobb W. A., 562 a, $2,810

53 Cobb & Duncan, 160 a, $1,5W 5a3 Columbus Mfg Co , 630 a, $12,600 3 Conner Mrs. Laura, 47 a, $5,000

Cook James C , 425 a, $1^000

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Cooper W. D., 675 a, $11,725 Cooper James, 115 a, $50

Oh Crouch George, 202 a, $900

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Daniel Lunceford, 100 a, $700
Davis J. M., 355 a, $1,000 David William J., 150 a $450

td David John A., 247^ a, $1,100

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David W. J., 350 a, $1,050 David Henry C , 400 a, $1,600

g Davidson Morgan. 50 a. $2UU 5 Davidson Albert R., "4 a. $4,970

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Davidson F. W., 210 a, $/(J0 Davidson Larkin, 197 a, $1,000

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Dean Charles P., 100 a, $50 Dean Thomas C., 412 a $1,/00

C Dortch A. A., agent, 100 a, $300 H2vHS Dortch D W., 380 a. $1,100

Dozier Richard, 850 a, 8300 o Ennis Thomas L., 190 a $1,500

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Flovde Andrew J., 160, $500 Fortson Thomas D., 335 a, $1,675

Fortson H. P . 500 a, $2,000

Fortson T. W., 340 a. $1,360

Fuller Mrs. Julia, 207 a, $300

s Garrard L. F , 240 a, $6,000 Gibson Mary J., 100 a, $400

UJ Gleen W. W., 234 a, $1,171

Glenn George E., 50H a, $2,030

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Gleen Charles L , 302 a, $1,216

Grant Levander 100 a, $300

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Gray W. C., 202 a, $500 Grandbery T. J , 65 a, $2,000

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Green W. L., 245 a, $1,000 Griggs W. M., 40 a, $1,500 Hamer W. J., 100 a, $4,000

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Hamer George W., 268 a, $1,700

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Harrison Thomas, 100 a. $600 Hayne John B., 166 a, $560

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Heard Andrew (c), 202i a, $500

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Hillman H. W., 750 a, $3,500

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Hodge Miss C., 101 a. $360 Hodge E. G., estate, 50 a, $175

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Holt Elias J., $0 a, $1,000 Howard James W., 405 a, $1,215 Howard Mrs. A. J., 80 a, $2,500

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Huff Mrs. J. A., 35 a. $800

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Huff Warren C., 1,340 a, $5,250 Hughes W. H., trustee, 30 a, $5,000

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Ingram W. J., 260 a, $780 Jackson James (c), 202 a, $150 Jenkins Alonzo J , 1,010 a, $3,535 Jenkins W. W., 225 a, $1,000

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Jones George, 350 a, $1,500

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Jones Wm. N., 1,050 a, $4,900 Kinberry Mrs. J. M , 188 a, $765

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Kimbrough Jake W., 110 a, $1,300

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Lambert W. T., 200 a, $550

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Land Joseph, 230 a, $800 Land Aaron, 300 a, $1,200

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LiVingston Thomas J., 575 a, $2,000

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Lockhart Wesley, (c), 50 a, $250

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H Lokey James, 100 a, $1 500

8 Lokey J. B., 340 a, $1,500

Lokey & Jones, 340 a, $1,360

0 Lynch A 'TagfN. E. Evans, 40. a, #1,000

Lynch A. B., agt Mrs F. S. Lynch. $200 a $1,000

"I Matthews Jno. G., Agent Mrs. Head, 700 a, $1,700

n McCrary Cleopus, 450 a, $1,350

McCrary G. A., 185 a, $680 Hg McCoy Dickens, 300 a, $800

20 McGuish Tobias, 120 a, $120

McGuish Mrs. Mary, 85 a, $600

Miller O. H., 278 a, $2,780


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OHN S. STEWART, THE

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Rogers Samuel C., 216 a, $864 Rogers James, 40 a, $100

.Ruder Charles, 175 a, $1,100 Rutledge Mrs. Ann, 50 a, $500 Silus Patrick, 184 a, $2,000 Simmons J. M , 200 a, $1,000 Shelton Lewis (c), 100 a $300

Shepherd Wm. S., 75 a, $5,000 Shippy Joseph H., 202} a, $405 Slade James J., 37 a, $3,000 Stone Thomas, 75 a, $800 Stone Thomas, 156 a, $5,000 Terry Miss Alice, 150 a, $200
Thomasson T. L, 175 a, $1,500 Thomasson B. F., 55 a, $500

Thomasson B. F., agent, 36 a, $125 Wade Miles G., 110 a, $440 Waller Robert E., 100 a, $400
White Mrs. Malinda, 500a, $1 250 White G. W,, agent, 202 a, $400 White George W , 638 a, $1,276 Willis Cary C , 8l6 a, $4,082 Williams A E., 300 a, $1,200 Wimberly P. E., 300 a, $1,200
Wimberly E. P., agent, 200 a, $1,000 Wimberly P. E,, 700 a, $3,800 Wynn John J., 353 a, $1,200 Young J E., 84 a $1 260 Young E. A., 335 a, $7,000 Young R. T,, 167 a, $6,000
Roung Alfred J., 177 a, $2,650 Young W. H,, 202} a, $850

Q-olden Bros.

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Anthony Lewis, 300 a, $300 Anthony Mark A., 175 a, $175 Anthony Samuel W., 103 a, $100 Benton Nathan, 202^ a, $500 Brodnax James E., 100 a, $150

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Til YOU HATS at R J> Thornton's.

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BThd^TwTT., (o), 150a, $300

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Brooks John, 202 a, $202 Bryant G. H , 202 a, $300

pH Castillo Lee, (c), 65 a, $150 o Dorrington Mary, 25 a, $25

3 Duck James P., 100 a, $100

Duck John C., 362 a, $720 ^2 Duffell Calvin, 180 a, $360

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Ginn Mrs. Allie, 200 a, $375 Ginn Mrs. J. C., 160 a, $450 Ginn Joseph H., 202la, $250 Ginn L Lovelace, 675 a, $700 Ginn Thomas M , 1S4 a, $200

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Greer William, 385 a, $825 Hicks Green (c), 65 a, $150

, Johnson S. D.. 2175 a, $3,250

Jones Wiley, 50 a $50

King Elias L,, 202^ a, $400 Lockhart Mrs. Amanda, 200 a, $200

Massey James W., 1,000 a $1,000 C3 Matthews Daniel, 710 a, $1,000
Pm Morris Henry G., 592 a,_$1,500 Parker William, 50 a, $50 Parsons Samuel W., 286 a, $450

Phettles A. A., 100 a, $150

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Phettles M. L., 50 a $10 Radcliff G. W , trustee, 1,440 a^ $1,520

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Rodgers Edward F., 184 a, $202

9\ Roland J. W. A Sons, $1 250

TJ1 Ross Mrs. D. W., 404 a, 5>200

Simpson R. N., 1,050 a, $2,6-o

a Skinner D. L , 250 a, $*,50

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Skinner Lewis, 150 a $75 Skinner Thomas J., 15p. * $150 Skinner W. P-, 100 a, $100
Snellings R. R., 390 a $650

Snellings R. R-, agent 530 a, $7oU

Stanbock Alfred (c), 400 a, $500

Taff James W., 50 a, $50

Taff James W., administrator, 283 a, $425

X Taff Mary C., 100 a, $l52 Xfl Taff Richard C., 202 a, $300

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Talbot Joseph M., 60 a, $60 Talbot H., 135 a, $135 Talbot H., agent, 217 a, $217 Tomlin Mrs. Jane, 100 a, $150 Williams Harriet, 100 a, $100 Williams Washington (c), 100 a, $100 Williams George, (c), 150 a, $150 Wynn Green B, 100 a $100 Wynn J. A. C., trustee, 50 a, $50 Youngblood R. W., 440 a, $440

UPATOIE P. 0.

'Boyd Robert J , 80 a, $500

Brookin Lizzie, (c), 50 a, $100

Brookin Reuben, (c), 388 a, $870

Couch Mary S., 100 a, $150

Cox Robert D., 1,300 a, $5,000

Davis John W , 252 a, $600

Foster Jeff, (c), 202 a, $607 Gorham D. C., 200 a. $400

Jackson Andrew, 220 a. $1,000

Jenkins Edward A., 1040 a, $4,100

Jenkins E A., agt, 200 a, $800

Jenkins E. A., admr, 700 a, $2,800

Jenkins S. H., 441 a, $1,000 King G. Wood, 100 a, $100

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King Henry, 1,000 a, $4,000

Lee Mrs M A., 404 a. $1 000

McClendon C. D.. 212 a, 800

McFarlain J. B., 160 a, 800 McFarlain R. A , 467| a, $2,300 McFarlain W. M , 1,887 a, $7,298

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Moore James C., 585 a, $1,020

Moore Jesse, 202 a, $400

Parsons John W , 557 a, $1,115

Ri'ch Emanuel, 1,188 a, $2 276 Ritch James H., 405 a, $707 Smith Charles M., 800 a, $2,500

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Stribling Robert, agent, 116 a, $350

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Webb Enoch R., 110 a, $600 Webb James R , 140 a, $200

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