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Pensacola City Directory
1893/1894

Appendix

Transcribed and contributed by Janet Myers


This file includes County & City Officials, Police Dept., Courts, Fire Dept., Banks, Depots, Churches, Schools, Military, Bands, Clubs, Postoffice, Custom House, Convents, Hospitals, Telegraph & Telephone Companies, Incorporated Companies, Building & Loan Assoc., Newspapers, Railroads, Fraternal Societies, Labor Organizations, Consuls, Libraries, Cemeteries and Theatres.

State Government - 1893.

Governor: : Henry L. Mitchell

Secretary of State: : John L. Crawford

Treasurer: : C. B. Collins

Attorney-General: : Wm. B. Lamar

Adjutant-General: : Patrick Houston

Commissioner of Agriculture: : L. B. Wombwell

Superintendent of Public Instruction: : W. N. Sheats

United States Senators :: Wilkinson Call, Samuel Pasco

Members of Congress :: First District, Stephen R. Mallory, of Pensacola ; Second District, Charles M. Cooper, of Jacksonville

Escambia County Officers - 1893.

Sheriff : Joseph Wilkins

County Judge : : Thomas R. McCullagh

Clerk Circuit Court : : John de la Rua

Treasurer : : John W. Frater

Assessor : : Angus M. McMillan

Collector : : A. H. D'Alemberte

County Commissioners : : J. S. Leonard, chairman; P. M. Williams, John B. Guttman, H. C. Clopton, J. B. Cooper

Board Public Instruction : George S. Hallmark, J. M. Hilliard, H. F. Crabtree

Superintendent of Public Schools : N. B. Cook

Justice of Peace : J. Albert Johnson

Harbor Master : Dennis Burns

Custodian of Lost Timber : George J. Slocumb

Surveyor Wm. F. Lee

Board of Health : 307 1/2 S Palafox - President, R. W. Hargis; Sec'y & treas., D. G. Brent & B. R. Pitt

Port Physician : Dr. R. C. White

Sanitary Inspectors : George S. Hallmark, Edward Ditmars

Board Pilot Commissioners : & Port Wardens : John Burns, John Mooney, David Shehan, Wm. Bazzell

Provisional Municipality of Pensacola.

President : J. M. Hilliard

Vice-President : W. D. Chipley

Clerk : John L. Pinney

Marshall : Joseph Wilkins

Board of Commissioners : J. M. Hilliard, W. D. Chipley, Wm. J. Forbes, John M. Pfeiffer, H. H. Thornton, Ed Gale Quina, David Tobin, Mitchell Touart

Police Department.

Marshal : Joseph Wilkins

Captains : James Farinas (day), Wm. H. McDavid (night) &

eighteen patrolmen

Courts.

Supreme Court : Chief Justice, George P. Raney; Associate Justices, R. Fenwick Taylor & Milton H. Mabry;

clerk, James B. Whitfield. Meets at Tallahassee.

United States Court : US Circuit Judge, Don A Pardee; US District Judge, Charles Swayne; US District Attorney, J. N. Stripling; US Court clerks, P. Walter & W. W. Potter; US Marshal, Edwin C. Weeks. Meets first Monday in March & October at United States Court rooms, Custom House.

Circuit Court of the 1st Circuit of Fla. : Judge, W. D. Barnes; clerk, John de la Rua; sheriff, Joseph Wilkins. Meets April and December.

Escambia County Court : Judge, Thomas R. McCullagh. Meets at County Court House.

Mayor's Court : Meets at city hall every day at 9:15 A.M.

Fire Department.

Chief : John Baker

First Assistant : John Campbell

Second Assistant : John Fields

Germania Steam Fire Engine, No. 1 : E. Zarragossa cor Commendencia

Germania Hose Co., No 1 : E Zarragossa nr Jefferson

Florida Hose Co., No 2 : E. Garden nr Jefferson

Washington Hose Co. : W. Zarragossa nr Palafox

Banks.

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF PENSACOLA,307 S. Palafox - Organized September 15, 1880. Capitol $100,000. President, F. C. Brent; vice-president, Wm. H. Knowles; cashier, J. S. Leonard; assistant cashier, W. K. Hyer, Jr.; directors, F. C. Brent, Wm. H. Knowles, W. D. Chipley, J. S. Leonard, D. G. Brent, Wm. A. Blount.

CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, cor Palafox & Government. Organized October, 1892. President, L. Hilton-Green; vice-president, T. E. Wells; cashier, John E. Maxwell; directors, Rix M. Robinson, Wm. Fisher, A. Greenhut, John F. Pfeiffer, Hugh B. Hatton, C. J. Heinberg, John W. Frater, T. E. Wells, L. Hilton-Green.

Churches.

BAPTIST - FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH - Government east of Tarragona. Pastor, Rev. A. P. Pugh.

PALAFOX ST. BAPTIST - Chase nr Palafox. Rev. J. R. Ryan, pastor.

EPISCOPAL - CHRIST CHURCH - Seville Square; Rector Rev. Percival H. Whaley. Organized about 1815; 600 members.

ST. CYPRIAN - Chase street nr Stratton Ice works. Rector, Rev. P. H. Whaley. In connection with Christ (Episcopal) Church.

LUTHERAN - THE GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH - Garden cor Baylen. Pastor, Rev. J. F. W. Reinhardt.

SCANDINAVIAN SEAMAN'S CHURCH - Palafox wharf. Pastor, Rev. Gustav O. Barman.

METHODIST EPISCOPAL - METHODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH - N Palafox street cor Garden. Pastor, Rev. W. P. Hurt.

PRESBYTERIAN - Chase bet Tarragona and Palafox. Pastor, Rev. H. S. Yerger, D. D.

ROMAN CATHOLIC - ST. MICHAEL'S - Palafox cor Chase. Rector, Very Rev. J. B. Baasen; assistant, Rev. J. M. McCormick. Three thousand members. Organized 1781.

JEWISH - BETHEL CONGREGATION - Chase nr Tarragona. Services Friday evening and Saturday morning.

Colored Churches.

BAPTIST - MOUNT ZION - Near Union Depot. Pastor, Rev. C. J. Hardy.

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST - Salamanca cor 10th ave. Pastor, Rev. M S J Abbott, M. D.

UNION MISSIONARY - Guillemard nr Garden. Pastor, Rev. Edward L. Dozier.

MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST - 413 N. Alcaniz. Pastor, Rev. Frank H. Falk.

METHODIST - AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL ZION - Bru nr Romana. Pastor, Rev. W. S. Smith.

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL - E. Belmont nr Tarragona. Pastor, Rev. E. W. Johnson.

METHODIST EPISCOPAL - E Intendencia bet Tarragona and Alcaniz. Pastor (vacant).

ZION METHODIST EPISCOPAL - Coyle nr Government. Pastor, Rev. O. V. Jackson.

ROMAN CATHOLIC - ST. JOSEPH'S - S. Barcelona bet Intendencia & Government. Rector, Rev. Fulton.

Depots.

LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE (passenger) - N Tarragona bet Wright & Belmont.

LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE (freight) - E Garden bet Tarragona and Alcaniz.

PENSACOLA & PERDIDO (freight & passenger) - Nr head of Perdido wharf, western suburbs.

PENSACOLA TERMINAL CO. (passenger) - W. Main cor Palafox.

Public Schools.

NO. 1 - N Palafox opp R. E. Lee square. John P. Patterson, A. M. principal; John P. Sellman, vice-principal; Mrs. A. K. Suter, Miss Pauline Reese, Miss Daisy Anson, Mrs. S. M. Sampey, Mrs. Mary H. Knowles, Mrs. A. W. McReynolds, Miss Helen Fisher, Miss Belle Northington, Miss Minnie Burge, assistants.

NO. 2 - E Garden bet Palafox & Tarragona. Mrs. E. J. Wilson, principal; Miss Fannie Henderson, Miss Nannie Wentworth, assistants.

NO. 27 - Tharp's Mill. Miss Miralda Bishop, teacher.

NO. 40 - 10th ave. nr 13th street. Miss Lucy McKinley, teacher.

COLORED - NO. 3 - E Intendencia bet Alcaniz and Fla. Blanca. Mrs. Ella Matthews,* principal; Miss Florence B. Taylor,* assistant.

NO. 30 - N Reus bet Wright and Belmont. R. W. Taylor,* Mrs. Clara Sunday,* Miss Lodie Burch,* assistants.

NO. 52 - W. Jackson (old Marine Hospital), Nathaniel Seal,* principal, Mrs. M. J. Seal,* Miss Louise McDonald,* assistants.

NO. 54 - 9th ave cor Chase. John A. Gibson,* principal; Mrs. Mary A. Edwards,* Mrs. Sallie Register,* assistants.

NO. 44 - Northeast limits nr Farine Hill place. Robert Stewart,* teacher.

Private Schools.

Mrs. Sabra H. Collins, 400 W Garden.

R. M. Cary, Sr., A. M., N Baylen bet Chase and Gregory.

Mrs. _____ Thompson (kindergarten), E Wright bet Guillemard & Tarragona.

German Lutheran School, E Garden next to German Lutheran Church, E. Reidel, teacher.

Sisters of Mercy, 18 S. Palafox.

Military.

THIRD FLORIDA BATTALION, composed of Escambia Rifles, Chipley Light Infantry, Pensacola Light Artillery of Pensacola; Apalachicola Guard, Apalachicola, and Sewanee Rifles, Live Oak. W. F. Williams, Major commanding; H. H. Thornton, Adjutant; R. W. Hargis, Surgeon; Ed Gale Quina, Quartermaster. Headquarters, Pensacola.

ESCAMBIA RIFLES - Armory, 20 S. Palafox. Captain, J. T. Whiting; First Lieutenant, F. A. Ross; Second Lieutenant, R. M. Bushnell; First Sergeant, Knowles Hyer.

CHIPLEY LIGHT INFANTRY - Armory, 20 S. Palafox. Captain, George J. Slocumb; First Lieutenant, C. M. Jones; Second Lieutenant, R. M. Cary, Jr.; First Sergeant, B. W. Robinson.

PENSACOLA LIGHT ARTILLERY - Armory, 139 E Government. Captain, M. P. Palmes; First Lieutenant, J. S. Reese.

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC, SHERMAN POST - H. C. Northup, Post Commander; J. C. Pettersen, Senior Vice-Commander; Richard Duval, Jr., Junior Vice-Commander; Samuel Payne, Adjutant. Meets on first and third Thursdays of each month at 7:30 P.M., Renshaw building, 106 S Palafox.

CONFEDERATE VETERANS, CAMP WARD - W. E. Anderson, Commander; John D. Rendall, First Lieutenant; H. C. Witt, Second Lieutenant; James H. Wentworth, Third Lieutenant; R. J. Jordan, Adjutant.

Bands.

THIRD FLORIDA BATTALION BAND* - Edward Wyer,* leader and manager, fifteen pieces. Meets Germania Hall. Orchestra six pieces connected, E. Wyer, leader.

PASTIME ORCHESTRA AND BAND - George Godoi, leader; Thomas Johnson, manager. Meets Clutters' Hall.

Clubs (Social).

OSCEOLA CLUB - Brent's building, 21 1/2 S Palafox. President, W. K. Hyer, Sr., vice-presidents, F. C. Brent, Geo. W. Wright; secretary and treasurer, D. G. Brent; executive committee, W. K. Hyer, Sr., John B. Guttman, J. S. Leonard.

THE FLORIDA CLUB - Opera House block. President, C. C. Yonge; vice-presidents, F. O. Howe, and M. J. Fauria; secretary and treasurer, R. F. McConnell; executive committee, F. N Ruse, F. O. Howe, C. C. Yonge and S. C. Cobb.

PENSACOLA ATHLETIC CLUB - GYMNASIUM N Baylen cor Belmont. President, H. Baars; vice-president, W. D. Chipley; secretary and treasurer, R. A. Hyer.

PENSACOLA CYCLING CLUB - Rooms No. 6 W Romana. President, A. C. Blount, Jr.; vice-president, Laz Jacoby; secretary and treasurer, R. E. L. Daniell.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - 26 S Palafox street. President, W. H. Ross, M. D.; first vice-president, Wm. Fisher; second vice-president, T. V. Kessler; third vice-president, S. C. Cobb; fourth vice-president, F. O. Howe; secretary, Thomas C. Watson; treasurer, W. H. Knowles.

Postoffice.

Postmaster, F. C. Humphreys; assistant postmaster, C. E. Merritt; day mailing clerk, Gad Humphreys; night mailing clerk, M. S. White; delivery clerk, Turner D'Alemberte; mail carriers, Fred Stearns, superintendent; Wm. May,* R. S. Smith,* Chas G. Van Matre, A. B. Pettiway.* General delivery: 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. and 5 to 6 P.M. Sundays 8 to 10 A.M. Stamp, register and money order office, 8:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. Daily except Sunday.

Custom House.

S Palafox cor Government. Collector, J. R. Mizell; special deputy collector, J. T. Holden; deputy collector, Elwood Haines; clerk, J. N. Murphy;* inspectors, Arthur McConnell, chief; Peter H. Davidson, Jr.,* John W. Hall,* J. N. Clinton;* watchmen, R. G. Steen, L. B. Croon;* messenger, T. D. Quigley; first assistant engineer, D. C. McC. French; pilot, M. G. la Poidevant; fireman, Carl Ropke; boatmen U. S. Custom launch, Miguel Borras, John Butterfield.

Convents.

CONVENT OF MERCY - 18 S Palafox

Hospitals.

PENSACOLA INFIRMARY - Drs. W. E. Anderson and F. G. Renshaw, proprietors. E Zarragossa.

Telegraph and Telephone Co's.

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO - L. LeBaron, manager. 110 E. Government.

SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. - J. M. Ackerman, manager, 14 1/2 E Government.

Incorporated Companies.

PENSACOLA GAS CO. - Incorporated 1884. Capitol, $200,000. President, W. W. Gibbs; secretary and treasurer, E. C. Lee; manager, C. F. Zeek.

PENSACOLA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO - Incorporated 1887. Capital $50,000. President and General Superintendent, B. R. Pitt; Secretary and Treasurer, J. S. Leonard.

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO - Proprietors and publishers of The Daily News, Incorporated 1889. President, W. D. Chipley; Secretary and Treasurer, R. M. Cary, Jr.

THE SOUTHERN STATES LAND & TIMBER CO (Limited), 307 1/2 S Palafox. Incorporated 1889. Capital $1,500,000. Rix M. Robinson, manager.

Building & Loan Associations.

MUTUAL LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF PENSACOLA - Incorporated January, 1889. President, A. M. Avery; vice-president, A. V. Clubbs; secretary, Thomas C. Watson; treasurer, Wm. H. Knowles. Directors: B. R. Pitt. John Cosgrove, Sol Cahn, W. A. D'Alemberte, and J. M. Hilliard.

WORKINGMEN'S BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION - Incorporated March,1883. Capital, unlimited. President, J. M. Hilliard; vice-president, John Cosgrove; secretary, Thomas C. Watson; treasurer, Wm. H. Knowles. Directors: A. V. Clubbs, B. R. Pitt, W. A. D'Alemberte, A. M. Avery, Wm. Fisher.

PENSACOLA HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION - Incorporated April, 1889. President, Hugh B. Hatton; vice-president, W. A. D'Alemberte; secretary, R. M. Cary, Jr.; treasurer, W. K. Hyer, Jr. Directors: Hugh B Hatton, W. A. D'Alemberte, Knowles Hyer, J. W. Frater, C. H. Dorr, J. M. Hilliard, Wm. Fisher.

PENSACOLA WATER CO - Incorporated 1886. Capital $150,000.00. President & superintendent, B. R. Pitt; secretary & treasurer H. G. Desilva. Directors: R. W. Hargis, M. D.; B. R. Pitt, H. G. Desilva, J. S. Leonard, Pensacola, and W. R. Pitt, New York.

SULLIVAN TIMBER CO - Incorporated 1886. Capital $300,000. President, J. W. Black; secretary & treasurer, R. F. McConnell.

SOUTHERN IMPROVEMENT CO - C. H. Dishman, president; David Davis, Litchfield, Illinois, secretary & treasurer.

FLORIDA, ALABAMA, AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD CO - Henry McLaughlan, president; L Hilton-Green, vice president; C. H. Dishman, secretary; S. R. Dishman, treasurer.

Newspapers.

THE DAILY NEWS, 211 1/2 S Palafox - Established March 5, 1889. The News Publishing Co., proprietors: Managing editor, Benjamin Harrison; city editor, W. M. Loftin; business manager, Willis m. Ball.

THE WEEKLY NEWS - Same as above.

Railroads.

LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD - Pensacola and Pensacola & Atlantic Divisions. Pensacola to Flomaton, and Pensacola to River Junction. Superintendent, E. O. Saltmarsh; division freight and passenger agent, J. W. Lurton; ticket agent, R. W. Sublett. Offices, L & N passenger depot.

PENSACOLA TERMINAL CO - Operators Pensacola Street Car System & Pensacola & Fort Barrancas Railroad. President, Graham Gordon; vice-president and general manager, C. M. Bouldin; secretary and superintendent, S. F. Chipley; treasurer, Wm. H. Knowles. Directors: All of above of Pensacola, and Isaac H Shirk, of Balitmore.

PENSACOLA & PERDIDO RAILROAD - Pensacola to Millview. C. H. Dishman, president and general manager; S. R. Dishman, secretary and treasurer.

FLORIDA, ALABAMA & TENNESSEE RAILROAD - Projected to Memphis (now under construction). Henry McLaughlan, president; L. Hilton-Green, vice-president; C. H. Dishman, secretary; S. R. Dishman, treasurer.

Fraternal Benevolent Societies.

MASONIC - ESCAMBIA LODGE, NO 15, F. AND A.M. - Meets first and third Mondays in each month at 8 o'clock P.M. Masonic Hall, E Zarragossa cor Commendencia.

CORINTHIAN LODGE, NO. 12, F. AND A.M.- Meets second and fourth Mondays at 8 o'clock P.M., Masonic Hall, E Zarragossa cor Commendencia.

MOUNT MORIAH R. A. CHAPTER, NO 24, F. AND A.M. - Meets second and fourth Fridays at 8 o'clock P.M. Masonic Hall, E Zarragossa cor Commendencia.

I. O. O. F. - PENSACOLA LODGE, NO 4 - Meets every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock, Rafford Hall, 8 W. Intendencia.

JOPPA LODGE, NO 6 - Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Rafford Hall, No 8 W. Intendencia.

KNIGHTS OF HONOR - GULF CITY LODGE, NO 3296 - Meets every second and fourth Friday of each month at 7:30 o'clock at Rafford Hall, No 8, W. Intendencia.

BAY LODGE, NO. 2505 - Meets Monday evenings at 7:30 o'clock at Raford Hall, No. 8 W. Intendencia.

COLUMBIA LODGE, NO 3749 - Meets at Rafford Hall, No 8, W. Intendencia.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS - PENSACOLA LODGE, NO 3 - Meets every Monday at 7:30 P.M., at Pythian Hall, W. Intendencia.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS - DAMON LODGE, NO 13 - Meets every Tuesday at 7:30 at Pythian Hall.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS - RATHBORN LODGE, NO 30 - Meets every second and fourth Thursday evening at 7:30 at Pythian Hall.

CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA - PENSACOLA BRANCH, NO 10 - Meets regularly at Hall, Jefferson street, every first and third Sunday in each month.

I. O. B. B. - ALPHA LODGE, NO 219 - Meets on the second and fourth Sundays in each month at Pythian Hall, W. Intendencia. President - J. Kahn; Secretary - A. Goldstuker; Treasurer - O. Goldstuker.

G. U. O. O* - PRIDE OF PENSACOLA LODGE, NO 1928 - Meets first and third Thursdays of each month at Hall, 5 N. Tarragona.

G. U. O. F. * - FLORIDA LODGE, NO 2491 - Meets every first and third Friday of each month at Hall, 5 N. Tarragona.

Labor Organizations.

BRICKLAYERS UNION, NO 1 - Meets first Wednesday in month at Rafford Hall,  8 E Intendencia.

BROTHERHOOD LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS, DIVISION NO 275 - Meets at Rafford Hall, No 8, E. Intendencia every Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.

CARPENTERS AND JOINERS OF AMERICA, UNION NO 74 - Meets at Rafford hall every second and fourth Monday of each month, at 7:30 o'clock.

FISHERMAN'S PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION - John Holland, President; John Sutherland, Vice-President; Louis M. Levy, Secretary and Treasurer; Thomas Burham, Sergeant-at-Arms. Meets every first and third Tuesday of each month at Stevedores' Hall, 7 P.M.

ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS, DIVISION NO 199 - Meets at Pythian Castle first and third Saturday nights in each month, 8 o'clock.

STEVEDORES' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION, NO. 1 - John Holland, President; John Dominick, Vice-President; Thomas Johnson, Financial Secretary; Dan Murphy, Recording Secretary; Henry Johnson, Treasurer; John Matthews, Sergeant-at-Arms. Meets every second Monday night in each mount at the hall, No. 520 S Palafox.

TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, NO 293 - A. J. Johnson, Secretary, Daily News office.

Consuls.

Argentine Republic, M. S. Macias, Stratton Ice Works.

Vice Consuls.

Austria, H. Baars, Palafox wharf

Brazilian, M. F. Gonzales, Tarragona cor Zarragossa

British, O. C. Howe, 7 1/2 S Palafox

Denmark, William McKenzie Oerting, Palafox wharf

French, Dario Piaggio, rear 710 S. Palafox

Germany, D. C. Eitzen (for State of Florida), with Ross, Howe & Merrow

Hungary, H. Baars, Palafox wharf

Mexico, J. N. Moreno, 6 E. Government

Netherlands, Robert J. Jordan, 400 S Palafox

Norwegian and Swedish, C. F. Boysen, S Palafox

Portugal, J. L. Borras, 100 S Tarragona

Russian, David K. Hickey, Jefferson opp Public square

Spanish, J. L. Borras, 100 S Tarragona

Uruguay, Thomas C. Watson, 201 S. Palafox

Venezuela, J. L. Borras, 100 S Tarragona

Libraries.

Pensacola Library Association - 15 1/2 S Palafox. Secretary, Miss Lottie Flinn; chairman, William Fisher; librarian, Miss Lottie Flinn. Open form 4 to 7:30 P.M.

United States Signal Service.

Custom House, E. C. Easton, observer.

Young Men's Christian Association.

Rooms E. Chase opp. Presbyterian Church. President, Wm. Fisher; vice-president, A. C. Binkley; secretary, B. A. Davis. Free library. Services every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.

Cemeteries.

ST. JOHN'S CEMETERY - West end Belmont st., owned by Masonic fraternity.

ST. MICHAEL'S CEMETERY - E. Garden st bet Alcaniz and Florida Blanca.

Theatres.

PENSACOLA OPERA HOUSE - Coe & Tate, managers, E. Government cor Jefferson.


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