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Q   (   l Since the publication of our last City Directory, Lexington has ,
ini   made satisfactory progress in every direction.
gif   ` Important changes have been made in our organic law. Under l
    the new Constitution, a new charter, applicable to cities of the .
    second class, in which class are Lexington, Covington and New-
ly? ·' g   port, has been enacted by the Legislature; and at the election in
    ~   - the ensuing November, all the municipal ofiicers will be elected
  A {   under that charter. During the last two years under the present
  r   Mayor, Hon. Henry T. Duncan, the brick streets have been
 V “ _   greatly increased; a new and nearly perfect system of book-
   `‘·‘ Q JE` keeping with admirable checks has been adopted; the facilities  
 {   for the education of the children, white and black, have been en-  
  <_~   larged and the public credit of the city strengthened. _ i.`
A j; ,_»   The changes in_the control of the railroads have been to our fur- \
  j il ther development; the Ky. Union has passed out of the hands of _
i ff _   2 the Receiver; has been reorganized and under the name of the  
` ;;j__ ·   < Lexington dt Eastern Railroad Company, is bringing into close _'
    _ connection with the city a large, important and growing section of . _`
  j · this Qtate; the Belt Line has been purchased by the C. & O , and jj `
    . will be of much benefit; the Ky. Central now forms a part of the ·
T  —   L. &N. system.  
 ‘ i   Handsome buildings have been added by the Ky. University i
 ·g *·i· tif on the campus and by the A, & M. College on its grounds, and 2
 V ` _.   all our educational institutions have pi-ospereil, i { l
" n V   _ The \Vater \Vorks Company; under the management of its de- l `
 ‘     servedly popular superintendent, Mr. S. A. Charles, has quad-  
; L  ; rupled the capacity of its resorvoir, and put the city beyond the [ f
f  _; H ; possibility ofa water famine. V  __
M  i Our banks passed through the financial depression unscathed i  _  
  and demonstrated their solvency and the wisdom and skill of their E li`,
  management.  
 i , 7,, Our population we estimate at fl6,Uf)(), which shows a steady in- ` {  
  Q crease, and buildings have gone up in every section ofthe city. Our l i  
  » . —‘._ _ past has bee11 prosperous,. our present is satisfactory and we be- _ i A  ‘./
  i, lieve confidently in our future. ] lc
{_'  .   In this work we furnish the proof of our progress itlld we com- `  
    mend it to the reader for further information. . _    
    L1·;xrNo*r0N. KY., August 20, 1895. l   l  
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LEXINGTON CITY DIRECTORY. III
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. GENERAL INFORMATION.
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‘ CITY OFFICERS.
Officers in City Building, between Vine Qand Water, and Upper and
Limestone.
" ]I1uy0’r—H. T. Duncan.
J[ay0r's Ole*rk——Geo. C. Morgan. '
Tre}msrm)—205 N. Limestone. Chas M. Alberti, principal.
N0. 5. (D41.vidsrm)——Cor Uppe1· & Bolivir. Miss Jessamine B.
- Shanklin principal
No. 6. (1)um<·m)—12l W. Second. Miss Laura Cravens, principal. — `
. FINE PAPER HANGINGS, WINUUW SHADES MADET0 ORDER
T. T. SK ILLIVIAN, 37 N- B¤"0¤dW¤V-
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ji  K- ])cwids0n—Cor Upper and Bolivar. Miss Theodosia Serugham,
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 ig   _ IL¢rrIs0n—2eO W. Main. Miss ltlizaheth Wilson, prineipal
  `Hr Q High .St1cet—ll3 E. High. Miss Lucy E. l/Valby, prinelpal.
 ;_·¤   JO/_ns0iI—2O8 N. Upper. Miss Laura P. Charles, principal.
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  T_ ly? MNT)., 1 (Russell)-? W. Fourth. G. P. Russell, e, supervisor; M. T, _
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 Y-     No. 2. (Cousllilulion St.)—254 Constitution. William C. Iaylor, e, ·
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ll.  Dil, p]Nno(ll§. (Ptltlersun SL.)-2115 Patterson. Henry L. Gowens, c, principal; . l
  _   Colleges. ` . Z
  g·.·   Bible College 0fKenlu<:ky Uni¤·e1·sz'ly——Mill &3rd. Jno. W. MeGarvey, ,
`<  T_ ? ·e`ident.
l ll   plC7»mmerciulC0llegc0f]{e»ltzu:ky L’ulz·e1·sil.y—33 N. Broaclway,. J. B. Skinner, pres.
 N· ==.   (jol/eye (y" 1.ibercllrlrtsq,f Ifenteurlry Unil·e7·sily——Mill & Slrd. Chas. L. "
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 I lag? 1 Lgjzillgtsll Business CoZlcge—ll4_E. Main C. C. Calhoun, prin·eip·al. ) `
V    ouyre 1"€'IlLlti€ 1~nslIilute—SU N. Lime. H B McClellan, principal.
*`    .Sl1(publie)—51 Market. Mrs. Kate B. Akers, librarian. ·_
"a    (Jir<·1tLclliny—l30 E. Main. J. "Hub" Prather, prop. .
 {   RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS. Q,  
    Cliurches. J  
  Ng! Baptist, First-5Jt% W. Short, Rev. W. H. Felix. Pastor. .2L
‘  ‘ I E Belplisl, Fi/7/1 SfreeL·-195 E. Fifth. Rev. Otis Hughson, Pastor.  
J;.  U   _, Baptist, Upper ot1·eel—4T N. Upper, Rev. John H. Boyet, Pastor.  
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· 'Clwistian, Broadway -87 N Brdwy., Rev. Mark Collis, Minister. `
I Christian, U/zestnut street- 34 Chestnut, Rev. B. C. Hagerman, Min.
` C/rrtstiun, ('cntrctl——·Cor. Short and Walnut, Rev, I. J. Spencer, Min.
, C/tristicm, Boliiruir Street .Mission—conducted by Y. P. S. C. E. of
Central Church.
Episcopal, C/m·ist`s—52. Market, Rev. E. H. Wa1·d, Rector.
Episcopal, et. Joltns» 257 E. Main, Rev. John Sword, Rector.
Lutheran. Gcrmttn--3 E. Fifth, Rev. J. F. C. Schmidt, Pastor. .
. - Evauyclisltc, Gerntctn-37 Maryland Ave., Rev. Chas. Hoffman. Pas.
lllethodist. Ccntenav·y——5S N Brdwya Rev. A. D. Knapp, Pastor. _
‘ Jllctltodist, (South) Jxlpwortlt .BU3l'IlOIlQLl—VVtil[1Lll3 cor. Rand Ave., Rev.
» E. L. Southgate, l·°astor._
Net/iorlist (·Sou*h> Hitt .Sh·t0t—»tl0 E. High, Rev. W'. T. Bolling, Pas.
_ ]’resbytcriotn, Fi»·st—l$O N. Mill. Rev. \V. F. V. Bartlett, Pastor.
` Prcsbytcrittn, Mawrsetl .Strott-44 E. Maxwell, Rev. I. S. McElroy,
_ Y Pastor.
]’~resbyterictn, Sc··ond»——T6 Market. Rev. W. S. Fulton, Pastor.
I Roman, Cut/zolic St. H0RsETs.
72;; • • • 32 EAST ]ME.A.IJS|' STREET
 
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Ti? V E ASYLUDIS, HOSPITALS AND HOMES.  
gil! " g j Asylums.  
`leh ·   _ Eusiern. Ky. Lzmati<·—Dr. Frank H. Clarke, Supt, 291 W. Fourth.  
»$_"` . g j 1[igh Ou/cs S(l·)l‘i[(l7`7;'lL’I`Il. (private)—Dr. Silas Evans, Supt. 398 South nb
‘- ;j` 4 Broadway. .  
    Hospitals.  
    B ' gP·r0testa.nt Injirmary.—5Miss Isabel Spalding, Supt. 259 E. Short. Qi
  ’   Sr. Joseplds. (Ron1anCatholic)———Sister Euphrasia, Superior. 180  
  V _g W Second. igi
      Homes.  
j  r   Citildreofs. (For pcor child1·en).—Miss Melissa Waller, Matron. ]°,'
 ` >·; .   Cor. Fifth and Upper. - sy
 ‘ lf §§\ Home oft/1e E»·ieo1cZless.—M1·s. M. E. Collins. Matron. 89 W Short. "·  
g u gg;   1[ouse (J Jllervy. (For fallen womeu).—Mrs. L. Freeman, Matron. i
  li ' Q 191 W Fourth
  `Y   Jlluudfester Church ]I0·me.¢—Benj. Taylor, Supt. 128 E. Third. ·’
· . V _   Orp/tem`s 1109746.-—·l\/l rs. Kate VVoodru1i', Matron. 127 WThird. ’ -
.;;··      O)`])]l(t’Ill$ Home. (Colored)»—Charlotte Poage, Matron. 1 in George- ’  
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    PUBLIC HALLS és BUILDINGS. `A
      Armory -Lin1estone, Vine & Water. __
    Q “ Altdil()7'i1l7)'L—·l2l$ E. Main. · 1
‘*    .   _ City Hull- Cor. Upper & Water.
{   f   Court House—Main & Chcapside. = j`
.   r. Custom Housc—Cor. Main & Walnut. 2 Q.
 ' I ; fi Elks’ Hull -8% E. Main. " ·.
'     Fire 1Jcpartmeut— 62 E. Short.
I ‘ 2 ·   IYSC/l(’7".S }IuLZ—~12 N. Limestone. `.
2,.   1. O. O. F. Ilcellwtilé E. Main. »
 , `   Juil——93 E Short. .
L _i . .   LelZ’s 1IulL—»3f$<} W Short. /
J  ··     Lex. Library-51 Market. ,
· _·  T g Market House—Lime & Water.
’ , -‘   Illasouic ]1uZl—25 W. Short.
  \ Nerriwk Lodge 1. O. O. F. 15Ldg——T3 F,. Short. _
’- ‘§ ,_ _ ]l[iller`s }[c1ll—22% W. Main. ·
Q  . Northern. Bunk Bldg- Short & Market. . -_
’;·_  ._ [ Opera House-39 N. Broadway. ~ ..
.,‘  ··   1'olice Slruim1—20 E. Water. ,
` '   Post Q[;`Ice—E. Main & Walnut. A /‘
 ,`   Red News }Iull—3li& W. Short. (“\'·’
v_  `   . · Y. DL O. A. Hull—8i» W. Main. 3.
Q    PLACES OF AMUsEivi1¤;N*r. [ 1
~ ·_‘.   ` Q fil, K Lexingtmt Opera IIou.se--429 N. Broadway, Chas Scott, manager.
_*    ·, The Audritorizmv--124i E. Main, W. H. Boswell, manager. .
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LEXINGTON CITY DI1U.——Geo. C. Sehange, M.; D N. Zimmerman,
{ Sec. 2d and 4th Mondays.
  Lew., Royal Arek O/myller, N0. 1.--J. T. Upington, H. P.; J. VV.
72} Lancaster, Scc 2d Thursdays
Y;. Webb Commclmlerg, No. 2. JC T--Jno. L. Barkley, E. C.; J. W. Lan-
lgij caster, Recorder. 3rd Vllednesday
T Lexington Consisloru. No. 3s, A. A. S. R.——S. T. Campbell 32.° Com-
 ,‘ mander-in-Chief; J. W. Lancaster 33°, Sec. lst and 4th Thursdays.
`   Independent Order Odd Fellows.
* Merrick, No. 31, meets at Merrick Lodge Hall; all the others at 67%
I E. Main St.
7* J[errirk, Nv. 3l—L. H. Nottnagel, Secretary. Mondays.
[_ f 1.e:elugl0n, 281r—J. Shubinski, Secretary. Weclnesdays.
·' Coreneml, No 22-W. E. Powell, Secretary. Thursdays.
‘ . ‘ · Friemls/tip. No. 5—W. C. Jones. Secretary. Fridays.
U. ._ Will Pourrh Rebebcl/L Degree, No 40-T. A Hornsey, Secretary pro
, . tem. First & Ilrd Tuesdays
` Olive B’l`(l7l(‘]l.R8()6]¤'(l]l Degree, No. 50—Mrs. Mattie Gilchrist, Secre-—
= tary. 2d & 4th Tuesdays.
‘ Jjelbesdcl Enerzmpment, No 15—H. N. Johnson, Scribe. 2d and 4th
_ , Tuesdays.
  .» Canton, No. 1—P. A. Tate, Clerk. lst and 3rd Mondays.
V ° Knights of Pythias. .
  (I. O. O. F. Hall).
_ Phantom Lodge No. 15.-G C. Morgan, K. of R. & S. Wednesdays.
, Uniform Rank Division K. of P. (Fischers Hall.)
" Lere. Div. 8.—-VV. C. Heacox. Herald. Mondavs.
Von Mollke Div. 3S.—Jno. Riddell, Herald. Fridays
_ Wm Ifevmedy Div. 39.-~F. V. Bartlett, Herald. Thursdays.
. . Knights of Honor.
I I Una Lodge 518.-L. H. Nottnagel, Reporter. Merrick Lodge Hall.
` ,.. 2d and 4th Thursdays.
‘qy" B. P. O. Elks.
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[ ” Lew. N0. 89.—Col. IV. L. Simmons, E. R. Dr. C. W. Trapp, Secs
` Fridays. °
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  3 I . N0. 262.-G. C. Morgan, Sec. Tuesdays.  
    A Improved Order of Red Men.  
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Q.  ”4   Mlmiclullia Cozlncil N0. 1.——(Dcr,{ree of Pocahontas). Mrs. J, B,  *`
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  { l -1th Thursdays.  
 fi ’r·' .   Micmtonomo Hay Loft ll.-—-J. B Milligan, Chief Haymaker; Will S. ij
 f li`   Marshall, Collector of Straws. 2d and 4th Saturdays.,  ,;
s h   Winona Zrilzr N0. .l.—J. D. Woolley, Sichem; Leon Chavanne,  
i n  gl   Chief of Records. Mondays. _  
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    (Masonic Hall).  
    Low. Tent N0. 20.-C. B. Bailey, Commander; J. W. Lancaster. R.  
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    ·_ U I. O. B’nai B’ritl1.  
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  %;;__r‘   · H. Loevenhart, Sec. lst and 3rd Wednesdays.  
1       Royal Templars of Temperance.  
_,  .     Hmc Council N0. 1.-—-S. W. Marrs, Sec. Meets I. O. O. F. Hall. lst _;
    and 3rd Thursdays. ,{.;
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 1 ».   and 3rd Thursdays.  
N. C   Rau. WAY ooMrAN1Es.  
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 '3   Phoenix Hotel.  
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 ’ 'i   l , Lexington at Easlcrn-—Depot cor. Lime and Water. Principal office .;
  .._.   ; \ 114 E. Main, I-I. C. McDowell, Pres., J. D. Livingston, Gen. Mngr.,  
j,   ° v· Chas. Scott. G. P. &. T. A.  
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’  Queen ci Creseeut —» Depot S. Brdwy. near limits. Ticket ofiice T7 E.
Fi Main.
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;  TELEGRAPH COMPANIES.
i  Postal-Cul1le—·85 East Main.
f  Western Union—98 East Main.
  TELEPHONE COMPANY.
.;  East Tennessee-4 North Upper.
Q  STREET RAIL\VAY COMPANY. ’
  Bell Electric Line C0.—7 East Main.
  COUNTY OFFICERS.
  Otiices in Court House.
aj Jurlge——Frank A. Bullock.
aj Clerk——Claude C Chinn.
g Altomey—John R. Allen.
_; .SheriU`—E. Tilford Gross.
\_ E Assessor-·-Richard M. Redd.
·` CZrea.surer~—J. Waller Rodes.
  Commissioner and Receiver—Henry T. Brown.
t· §urveyor—VVm. A. Newman.
j School Superintenclent—-M. A. Cassidy.
. Coroner—Dr. P. H. Molloy.
` Jrtiler—W. E. \Vi1kerson.
-L Physician —A. W. Jones.
.»i Keeper Poor Hoztse—.Iol1n Perry. ·.
‘ _ Poor House 1)/iysieiuu.-—S. L. Helm.
»_ MAGISTRATES.
/ First——John J. Riley, Lexington. `
. §ecoml—Levi Royalty, Lexington.
  . ZVzircl——F. S. Graves, Lexington.
¢.; Fourth.-- Abner Oldham. Lexington.
·. Fl;l'l]l···LG\’I Spurr, Athens.
T Nitrile---VV. B. Skinner, Muir.
  Ueveut/z-—-A. J. Gorman, Lexington.
gs Eigllt/2:--Levi Rice, Fort Spring.
il POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS.
  Fayette County Democratic Committee---Headquarters 70 E. Main. B.
  . J. Welsh, Chairman; J. H. Carter, Secretary.
  Republican Committee of Fayette Co1mty—-Richard P. Stoll, Chair-
  man; Sam. J. Roberts, Secretary. `
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