*Has a population of 400. Baptist, Presbyterian, Methodist and Cumberland Presbyterian churches, one common school. Flour and saw mill operated by water power; cotton gin and tannery operated by steam. Southern Express and Western Union Telegraph. 7 1/2 miles from Dalton, the county seat and banking town, and 99 from Atlanta. Six miles distant are Catoosa Springs, a fashionable summer resort. Cotton and farm produce are the principle shipments. Mail four times a week. J. N. Murray, postmaster.

Ault, Robert, cooper
Bowman, T. C., blacksmith
Cherry, T. R., general store
Clements, J. E., tanner
Cochran, E. C., physician
Dunn, John B., grist mill
Foster, R. J., tanner
Foster, Wm. H., general store
Freeman, E. B., physician
Glenn, G. R., teacher
Head, Aaron, cooper
Head, G. W., attorney
Hunt, C. A. & Co., general store
Kirkpatrick, J. T., physician
Quinn, C., carriage maker
Shaw & Kinnamon, grist mill

[transcriber's note: I am including this town because part of Tunnel Hill lies within the boundary of Catoosa County.]

Standard Directory Company, Incorporated. Atlanta, Georgia

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