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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 




THE COLLECTION OF 

NORTH CAROLINIANA 

ENDOWED BY 

JOHN SPRUNT HILL 

CLASS OF 1889 



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OF ASHEVILLE 



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OFFICERS 



D. C. W'AD'DELL, President. 

W. W. BARNARD, Vice-President. 

LAWRENCE PULLIAN, Cashier. 



DIRECTORS 



Richmond Pearson. Geo. A. Shuford. 

J. L. Carroll. D. C. Waddell. 

J. P. Sawyer. T. W, Patton. 

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ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, 



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No. 12 McLOUD BUILDING, 
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DEEDS PROBATED AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TAKEN. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DEPOSITIONS. 



Abstracts and Titles made, and Real Estate Sold and Bought on 

Commission. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION TC ALL BUSINESS. 



WILL GIVE YOU PROTECTION FOR 

DEATH, ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS, 

Combined in one Certificate in the Mutual Union Association. 
Home Office, - - ROCHESTER, X. Y. 

1 also represent the Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association, of New York. 

Its cash Reserve Surplus is $ 2,668.108 

Paid in Death Claims 9.000.000 

Insurance in Force, over 185,000.000 

The Central Trust Fund of New York is the Trustee of its Reserve Fund. The American 
Loan and Trust Company, of New York, Trustee of Special Emergency Fund. The Preferred 
Mutual Accident and Piovident Fund Society, of New York, is two of the best Companies 
there ate anywhere. 

CAM.AM) SEE WE BEFORE TAKING Ol'T INSURANCE. 

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Our Specialty is : 

Everything fine, good and lasting in Bank 
and Commercial Stationery. No slop-shop 
work about us. Full value given and fair 
prices asked. 

In Binding and the Manufacture of Blank Books : 

Our work is the very strongest and best, 
and our Patent Flexible Back Binding for 
all Full Bound Books, is the strongest and 
freest opening Binding in the world. 

In Printing: 



We have all the improved facilities in type, 
presses and stereotyping, which this pro- 
gressive age demands. 

In Stationery, Paper, Etc. 

Our stock is the largest and in the greatest 
variety of any in the South. Anything in 
demand by our trade we have. 

In Lithographing: 

We have the best arrangements for furnish- 
ing first-class Commercial and Bank work 
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3 and 5 Broad and 117 East Bay Streets, 



CHARLESTON, S. C 



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No. 4.0 French Broad Avenue, 
ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. 



Mrs. BURCWYN M AIT LAND, Principal. 

(For many years Associate Principal Mount Vernon Institute, 

Baltimore.) 



The Course of Study includes the usual English branches, 
with Latin, French, German, Instrumental and Vocal Music, 
Drawing and Art Embroidery. The School offers special 
advantages to delicate girls who wish to pursue their studies 
while benefiting by the salubrious climate of Asheville. 

Apply to the Principal for circulars containing terms and 
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DIRECTORY 



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Business Reflex. 



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PUBLISHED NOV. 1890. 



CHARLESTON, S. C. 
Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co., Printers, 

3 and 5 Broad and 117 East Bay Streets. 

1890. 



TO THE PUBLIC, GREETING : 

Herewith is presented The Asheville City Directory and 
Business Reflex ; descriptive and illustrative of its representa- 
tive business men, together with an epitome of its manufacturing, 
commercial and industrial progress, including its natural and ac- 
quired attractions as a health and pleasure resort. 

In presenting this issue to the public, the writer, sensible of the 
encouragement and support he has received in a work of this 
character, occupying nearly four months of continuous labor, 
takes this opportunity to acknowledge his indebtedness to those who 
in any way assisted him in compiling and publishing it ; and to the 
public for their very generous and hearty support. 

To the whole-souled Mayor of Asheville, and to its business men, 
unequalled in any city of its size for energy and audacious enterprise 
and broad liberality, to the prosperous up-builders of its splendid 
schools, manufactories, mercantile establishments, charming health 
resorts and beautiful homes, and to the daily and weekly press, 
whose kindly words of cheer and encouragement have given impetus 
to the enterprise, and to our friends and patrons at large, this' 
work is respectfully dedicated. 



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The Queen City of the Mountains, and Beyond Peradventure the 
Gem City and Metropolis of this Great, Charming Combine— 
A Domain of Fashionable People, Social Culture and Refine- 
ment—A City of Magnificent Resources, Natural and Acquired 
Advantages as a Health and Pleasure Resort. 



An impulse of energy and capital from the North and East 
along the highlands of the Southern region, marks the closing 
years of the ninth decade of the century of progress, which is re- 
markable not only because of its spontaniety, but because also it has 
been so long deferred. 

That favorite field of exploitation, the boundless West, has of late 
years exhibited reactionery tendencies. It no longer yields its un- 
failing tribute of profit to the confident investor and thus of thou- 
sands of those who have suffered the rigors of its prolonged winters 
are held simply by their inability to convert their hard won posses- 
sions into portable shape. There is an overplus of cereals and under 
supply of metals. So it comes that the vast repositories of ores and 
coals in the mountains of the Carolinas, Virginia, Tennessee, Ken- 
tucky, Georgia and Alabama long since known to the world, at 
least by rumor, are now laid under tribute. The bearer of the 
theodolite are busy striking lines of approach for numerous rail- 
roads athwart the broad areas known to be rich in workable ores. 
For the first time in thirty years the balance of railroad construction 
has been during the year just passed, in favor of the Southern States 
Almost forgotten schemes for connections, extensions and terminals 
of long existing lines have been revived and put under way There 
is in brief, activity everywhere — hence these remarks by way of pre- 
lude, in which we will outline many of the advadtages of our sec- 
tion which should stimulate workmen, business men and capitalists 
to a more liberal policy of treatment upon the attractions of our 
beautiful City and Queenland, 

Asheville, combined with her surrounding mountain attractions 
and acquired resources, is destined in a few years to contrast and 
outrival in popularity all the natural grandeur or acquired beauty of 
Switzerland. Standing pre-eminent in comparison with the Eiffel 



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tower, of national fame, and as grand and undulating as the foam- 
ing splendor of the beautiful and billowy waves of the broad At- 
lantic, thence we gather upon the threshold of this mighty city of 
education and modern civilization, commanding from its towering 
and lofty peaks the dazzling and enchanting view of the chain of 
the grand Southern Appalachian range, among whose majestic 
mountains stands Asheville, the Queen City of the Mountains, the 
proud and advancing city of this Southland, and the admiration of 
a multitude of shrewd and progressive people of this distended, far- 
seeing, ingenious and united kingdom. We are unable — surely it 
is inadequate— to rightly portray with human tmigue or pen the 
mauifold attractions she proclaims, which challenge comparison for 
inducements to capitalists, manufacturers, health and pleasure seek- 
ers, and for diversity of mountain grandeur and picturesque sub- 
limity, with the indescribable beauteous presentation of river and 
valley scenic attractions is not surpassed in the world. Less than 
two decades ago Asheville, unknown, inert and isolated, now repre- 
sents one of the most popular and widely known cities of its size in 
the United States, whose climatic conditions outrules and surpasses 
for general healthfulness the European resorts of Genoa, Milan. 
Turin and glorious Vienna, and any atmosphere yet explored or an- 
alyzed by strategic research or in the scale of human development. 

TVuly this is the place for gods and divines to luxuriate within by 
enhancing their longevity in breathing pure air, feasting upon 
couches of delicious splendor, feeding upon choice and dainty viands, 
which stands meet and irresistible to all good and cultured people. 
Hence we say, come with us, invest in our city, buy property, build 
you a home, co-operate with us in goodness, probity and justice. To 
all this, with our combine of advantages, we will make you rise to 
affluence, and dispel your intention of gathering fortune and fame 
from the occidental region which offers less solid inducements than 
our proud and sunny Southland. Come to our electric city, for it is 
folly to search elsewhere for greater treasures than ours. Wealth, 
progress, success, power and riches all stand open and eager to be 
grafted and handed down to those of energy and "ambition to win. 

To repeat, the attractions offered to the health and pleasure seeker 
are not surpassed in America. The ever-changing scenery and 
beautiful driveways from one to twenty miles are, without 
question, noticeable— some of the most peerless in the world — 
and our healthful suburban homes here at the close of the 
day's business and worry. Wearied humanity, longing for 
quiet and undisturbed repose from care and toil, can find 
that soothing rest that restores mental tranquility, invigorates 
the system and places it in a condition to withstand the cares and 



ceaseless annoyances of everyday life. To repeat, the romantic 
river and mountain scenery of this section are without rivals in the 
world. For instance, the views obtained between the Metropolis 
and Hot Springs, a distance of perhaps forty miles over the Rich- 
mond and Danville Railroad traveling all along the waters' edge or 
the beautiful French Broad is a scene of rare delight, royal 
grandeur, and matchless panoramic beauty. In the valley the 
swift flight of trains coming and going can be traced the advanc- 
ing and receding columns of steam and smoke lingering in their 
wake. These, with a thousand other attractions, combine to swell 
the heart and soul with awe and enchantment. 

Asheville stands amidst the summits of the grandest mountain 
range in the world, and so far removed from all other cities of its 
class to be outside the pale of rivalry and jealousy. Asheville's su- 
perior attractions are everywhere admitted, occupying an elevated 
plateau of nearly 3,000 feet above the level of the sea, its air is always 
pure and bracing, giving it the rightful reputation of being the most 
healthful place in America, yet the chief glory of Asheville is not 
her climate or locality, but the enterprise and public spirit of her 
business men, absolutely outrivalling any city of its size in the 
world. 

In every period of the city's development these men of foresight, 
enterprise and liberality have stood with open purses ready to pro- 
mote every scheme likely to contribute to the prosperity of Asheville, 
and it is to them the city owes its greatest debt. No means of judi- 
cious advertisement of Asheville's greatness- has ever been rejected or 
neglected by them, and prosperity has neither chilled their ardor or 
warped their judgment nor tightened their purse strings, and such 
men as we here have will soon quadruple the enumeration of our 
population to what it now stands, hence we proclaim her business 
men legion and her many attractions unfaltering. 

Asheville, North Car lina, the capital of Buncombe County, is on 
the Western No. Ca. Railroad, (a branch of the famous Kichmond 
and Danville Railway Systems), and is delightfully situated in the 
valley of the beautiful French Broad River at the confluence of the 
Swannannoa. 

It is surrounded by some of the grandest and most romantic 
mountain scenery anywhere to be found. The elevation is 2H50 feet 
above the level of the sea, its high and healthful location and charm- 
ing views have made it a favorable Summer and Winter resort. 

The natural products are principally the growing and manufac- 
ture of tobacco, which is an item of great magnitude ; also, extensive 
deposits of iron and manganesiate ores in this vicinity, (together 
with the statement from a well known scientist of the country that 



Western North Carolina contained the hard wood with which the 
world was to be supplied in the next fifty years. It abounds in that 
most valuable timber, poplar, now growing so greatly in favor in the 
Northern markets, and also the oak, hickory, ash, black walnut, 
cherry, locust, pine, &c.) Extensive gardens and truck farms, stock 
raising, dairying, and every choice vegetable that is suitable to the 
taste of the most epicurean and Cosmopolitan class who dwell con- 
stantly with us in this attractive city of the mountains. North 
Carolina is noted for its mountains. 

In this State the Appalachian system attains its greatest height. 
There are twenty-four peaks which are higher than Mount Wash- 
ington, in New Plampshire, no less than sixty which are over 6,000 
feet high. 

The principal mountain range, as we pass to the westward are the 
Blue Ridge and the Great Smoky. These lie nearly parallel to one 
another. , 

The Blue Ridge crosses the vicinity in a southwesterly direction. 
It contains many peaks of considerable elevation, and reaches its 
greatest height in Grandfather Mountain, 5,897 feet above the sea. 

It is the great Water Shed of the State. 

The great Smoky range extends all al.mg the western border of 
the State, and separates it from Tennessee. 

It is known under various local names, such as the Iron Moun- 
tains, in the North, and the Smoke, in the South. The great Smoky 
range is the master link of the whole Appalachian system. Its 
highest peak is Clingman's Dome, 6,69.) feet above the sea, but a 
number of other summits exceed 6,000 feet. 

Between these two ranges are numerous high peaks and massive 
spurs rising from the plateau ; of these, the loftiest are the Black 
Mountains, which are so named from the forests of dark balsam firs 
that crown their summits. One of this group, Black Dome or Mit- 
chell's High Peak is the culminating point of the Appalachian 
Mountains, and the highest land east of the Rocky Mountains. 

It attains a height of 6,688 feet above the sea level. (This peak was 
named in honor of Dr. Mitchell, a distinguished professor in the 
University of North Carolina, who perished June 27th, 1857, while 
exploring this region, and was buried on the summit of the moun- 
tain.) The mountain region of North Carolina is one of the most 
beautiful portions of the United States. The mountains are fertile 
to their summits, and are clothed with magnificent forests. 

Nothing can surpass the picturesque loveliness that bursts upon 
the traveller, and objects of interest to tourists and pleasure seekers 
in this mountain region is daily gaining fashionable and pleasing 
notoriety. It would require a vast field of language to describe the 



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great attractions of this majestic country, and we proffer to the 
world, in this feeble writing, the advantages of coming among us 
with your capital, energy and enterprise. We promise you, at a near 
day, the proof of all we say. In this city now are represented some 
of the noted millionaire kings of the country, and monied indi- 
viduals and corporations are fast discovering the right field for such 
embarkation. Apropos, one of the old and savage divines of the Cal- 
vinistic order of the seventeenth century, has a dictum of the last 
great judgment day to be held in some vast valley, and surrounded 
with a complete circuit of impassable mountains, which preclude 
escape on all sides. He must have had in mind some conception of 
the great Smoky Range vale, with Mitchell's high peak and Cling- 
man's Dome, and all the cloud and sky-tall range that completes the 
mighty parapet. 

Western N. C. to-day, with its lovely climate, clear streams, pure 
springs, in many places gushing out in great volumes of curative 
chemical mixtures of salts and alkalies at a temperature of 140 degrees. 
So that these rivers which run through the valleys never have a film 
of ice on their surface.and the vast sweep of amphitheatrical rock and 
hill-sides. These points, and many others the pen can not portray, 
combine to make Asheville the drinking cup, theatre dome, or punch 
bowl for "the play of the gods." Whatever figure you liken the 
place to, you will not find another place just like it on the round 
globe. At least so say the best travelled tourists who visit here from 
Summer to Winter. 

Out of the rocks forming the walls of the canyons through which 
we ride, at a dizzy height above the valley below, the art of the 
skilled engineer has hewn and blasted magnificent rock beds for 
travel, and as we wind the pass on the decline the scene that bursts 
upon the snow-capped peaks that glitter in the blue sky, down, 
down, down, to the beautiful vision of Round Knob, it is one of the 
grandest and sublimest of descriptions. In fact, many other points 
of interest, including the mountain hamlets which are seen in a sur- 
vey of this divine work of nature. The natural fountains, in close 
proximity, divide and sends a crystal stream each to the broad At- 
lantic on the east and no less majestic gulf on the southwest, and ever 
spraying the atmosphere, making it, in its entirety, the sublimest 
description the eye and soul can conceive. The most vivid imagina- 
tion cannot conjecture it, unless seen, and when seen, a sense of its 
immensity is overpowering. 

In these mountains we have the mostawe-inspiringand scenic gran- 
deur on the Continent, and alone worth a trip from the Old World to 
the New to see. But Asheville has the most positive and extensive 
sanitary attractions in her mountain homes only equalled east of 



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Denver, and very much resembling Italy and Southern France, and 
if she had been advertised one-fourth that those world-famous re- 
sorts her hotels might now be double in size and quadruple what 
they are in numbers. But rapid increase of tourist and regular sea- 
son visitors is sure to come as individual advertising by those who 
have been here, and is sure to be given and will induce great num- 
bers to pass the hot summer months and mild winter ones in a 
mountain winter and summer retreat, so refreshing to our jaded 
nerves, weak lungs and torpid liver, which is more potent than the 
zephyrs that classical liars attribute to the mythological " Vale of 
Tempe." 

As a residence city Asheville has no superior in the United States 
or in the world. It is practically a city of homes, with all the ad- 
vantages that may be found anywhere, together with many that ex- 
ist nowhere but in the delightful health-giving climate of North 
Carolina. In general beauty and attractiveness there are no cities of 
its size that compare with Asheville. The beautiful situation of the 
various residence portion, with the grand mountain scenery always 
in view, sometimes as exquisite vistas at the end of a street, and 
again rising up as a background to the valley beyond. The cleanli- 
ness and complete drainage of the streets, the bright sunshine and 
pure air, the peculiar beauty and taste of the city itself, with all its 
home-like aspect, combine to make it attractive. Add to this its 
superb school system, musical and literary culture, pure water and a 
thousand other advantages that combine to perfect a pabulum of 
nutriment and delight. To repeat, Asheville is a city of homes, and 
among them are many which would be considered models of beauty 
and elegance wherever found. 

It is also the architects paradise as there are so many beautiful 
sites to build upon. 

The styles mostly in favor in Asheville now are the English and 
Romanesque which are now used almost entirely throughout all 
the cities of notable advancement. There are no pilasters or 
columns, but the Roman arch is everywhere. Another style those 
who build now are running to, is the modern Gothic, which is ex- 
tremely picturesque and pleasing. It would not be possible in this 
article to do full justice to this feature of Asheville. Numbers of 
their fine homes are set down in the midst of magnificent lawns and 
surrounded by pieces of statuary, fountains and other accessories in 
ornamentation. In and about Asheville are all the inducements 
of beauty and loveliness that could be wished for. Truly this is 
now the veritable Poet's Corner of the earth and whoever can and 
would flee the " maddening crowd," will find here indeed sure rest 
to his weary soul and glad rejuvenation to the body if it can be 



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secured below the skies. To conclude, Asheville is the Electric City, 
the Gem City, the Crown City, the Queen City, the Altitude City of 
the South, and is destined in a few years to be the largest business 
centre in the State, most fashionable health and pleasure resort in 
the world. 

An index estimate to her present possessions as a metropolis would 
give her credit for : 

Population in 1880 2,610 

Population in 1890 11,913 

Number of manufactories in 1890 22 

Employees of manufactories 1,415 

Capital invested in manufactories $1,107,000 

Value of product 2,073,000 

Annual general merchandising, about 6,000,000 

Real estate transfers over 2,000,000 

Banking capital, about 500,000 

Banking deposit, (average,) about 1,000,000 

Internal revenue collections, Western district, of which 
this is a large part, over 2,000,000 

Asheville is the most progressive city in the South. 

Asheville is the healthiest city in the world. 

Asheville has fifteen miles water mains. 

Asheville has the finest climate in the world. 

Asheville has more beautiful residences than any other city of its 
size. 

Asheville is building a $100,000 Postoffice. 

Asheville has five miles Electric car line and two miles more 
under active consideration. 

Asheville will sr>on have a twenty mile suburban Electric railway. 

Asheville is building three immense hotels, the aggregate cost of 
which will be $l,5u0,000 

Asheville has more wealth than any city of its size in the South. 

Asheville has the cheapest priced real estate for its growth of any 
city in the Union. 

Asheville has the finest grazing, dairying, stock raising and vege- 
table growing section in the South. 

Asheville has 32 churches and societies, prosperous and represent- 
ing all denominations. Asheville has -47 hotels and boarding houses, 
majority of them elegant, and complete in all appointments. 

Asheville has the finest building sites in America. 

Asheville has a new Light Heat and Power Company. 

Asheville has a Park and Hotel Company, capital $1,000,000. 

Asheville has a new Opera House, costing $60,000. 



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2 Shoe Factories, employing 100 hands. 
16 Wood Working Establishments. 
18 Lumber and Manufacturing Co's. 

2 Foundry and Machine Shops. 

3 Sanitariums. 

2 Daily, 6 Weekly, 2 Monthly Newspapers. 
8 Public Schools. 
6 Private Schools. 

2 Industrial Schools. 

Immense Building Improvements. 
400 Houses in course of erection. 

3 Tobacco Factories. 
1 Ice Factory. 

1 Flouring Mill. 
200 Mercantile Stores. 
150 Contractors and Builders. 

I Cigar Factory. 
Splendid Paved Streets. 

1 Broom Factory. 

1 Furniture M'fng Co. 

1 Soda Water and Bottling Factory. 

2 Complete Electric Light Systems. 
1 Telephone System. 

1 Public Library. 

1 Gamewell Fire Alarm System. 
Large Gas Works. 

2 Fire Companies. 

3 Social Club Houses. 
Y. M. C. Association. 
50,000 Visitors, annually. 



CHARLES D. BL ANTON & CO. 

Charles D. Blanton & Co., Clothiers and Gentlemen's Furnishers, No. 
9 W. Court Place. 

It is the province and intention of this work to give a comprehen- 
sive idea of Asheville's business at present, and by sketching the 
prominent enterprises within her gates, which point distinctly to 
the conclusion that Avhile now, comparatively a small city, we are 
assured that at the present degree of advancement the time is not 
far distant when she will compete with others of a greater magni- 
tude and be rightly called one of the great cities of the South. 



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In this connection we call attention to the' firm's prominence 
who head these remarks, and as a dealer in such a line none takes 
precedence of C. D. Blanton & Co. The business premises of this firm 
are very centrally located, and virtually in the very heart of the 
city, and perhaps nowhere else in Asheville can be found a stock so 
complete which is sold at such reasonable prices. This stock em- 
braces a full assortment of Men's ami Boy's Clothing in all the latest 
styles and patterns, Gent's Furnishing Goods, containing absolutely 
all the articles necessary for the toilet of the most fastidious gen- 
tleman, and always being of the newest and latest styles. This 
house requires the services of a large number of salesmen to transact 
its large patronage which is constantly increasing purely on its 
own merits. The gentlemen comprising this firm are Charles D., 
Wm. M. and Joseph Blanton ; Corps of assistants are Mr. Max 
Marcus, Colonel W. R. Young and John S. Stephens, all of whom 
are competent and affable gentlemen. 

Mr. Charles D. Blanton, the senior member of the firm and at 
present the mayor of Asheville, has been interested in her progress 
for a number of years, and during his administration as City Gov- 
ernor has shown his ability and efficiency in a remarkable degree, in- 
augurating iu many instances substantial improvements, and has 
failed only in a very few cases to prove the right clay in the right 
place. 

Mr. Blanton is one of those business men who conducts his affairs 
on a principle of strict justice and fairness to all, which prin- 
ciples, coupled with his indisputable integrity and broad liberality, 
have won for him large friendship and much success in the commu- 
nity and commercial world. 

Mr. Blanton is also largely interested in various estates in this 
section, and as true physiognomists would put it, his face reveals 
those generous characteristics both of purse and of heart. 



F. P. MIMNAUGH, 

F. P. Mimnaugh, Dry Goods Emporium, Fashion Bazaar and rare 
display of the richest fabrics in the market. No. 11 Pattern Ave. 

" This in the nicest place in Asheville to trade." The speaker was 
a lady, and the place she referred to was F. P. Mimnaugh's splendid 
Dry Goods Emporium, No. It Patton Ave " He keeps an excellent 
line of goods, and sells them at reasonable prices," continued the 
lady, who is a resident of Chestnut street. 

This observant and strictly critical lady simply voiced the senti- 



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merit of every one of the thousands who monthly crowd this ele- 
gant store. The class of goods carried in stock embrace every con- 
ceivable article tbat a first class dry goods house can be expected to 
carry. The finest domestics and imported silks and satins are found 
upon the shelves and counters of Mr. Mimnangh. 

They are there in endless profusion, wonderful variety of color 
and various designs. The interior display is a model of artistic ar- 
rangement, and nearly an exhibition of fine art. There is scarcely 
an hour in the day that crowds of ladies cannot be seen standing in 
front of these counters trading, discussing and admiring the beau- 
ties of the rare fabrics displayed so lavishly to view. 

The store of Mr. Mimnaugh during the fine mornings and after- 
noons so peculiar to Asheville's beautiful climate, presents a most 
charming and ever shifting scene. The large, airy and attractive 
store room is ever crowded with gaily attired ladies, whose varied 
and beautiful costumes and bright, pleasant faces lend a fascinating 
charm to the place, giving it the semblance of a beautiful Bazaar. 

The delicate fabrics displayed so lavishly attract the eye and de- 
light the soul of those who love the beautiful. The store has 
a splendid frontage, and tbe interior dimensions are commodious, 
well lighted and amply convenient for such a large patronage as he 
receives. 

Also, a chief adjunct to this business is a first class millinery de- 
partment, in charge of competent and experienced ladies from Bal- 
timore, and nothing in this department is incomplete, but includes 
everything fashionable and artistic. 

In addition to the large class of dry goods and notions carried by 
this gentleman, is a complete stock if carpets, rugs and matting, of 
endless grades and prices. 

The entire establishment, in point of, attractive appearance, taste 
of display, certainly leads all the dry goods stores of Asheville. This 
firm employs a large force of clerks and attachees, to whom he is 
liberal and considerate if faithful assistants, and in consequence 
every person in his employ is zealously loyal to the interests of the 
firm, and feels an interest in the high reputation it enjoys among 
its numerous patrons. 

There are numerous elements entering into the popularity of this 
noted firm, chief among which are the following facts : They are 
liberal advertisers and carry a stock of first class goods, which they 
sell at reasonable prices, and fulfilling every promise advertised and 
are keenly alive to the requirements of Asheville trade, which they 
thoroughly understand. 

They know the value of courtesy, and all patrons receive the most 
considerate and polite attention, and nine cases out of ten, persons 



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who trade once with this firm usually return, for it matters not 
whether the customer is a resident of Battery Park or a denison of 
" Cripple Creek." They all are treated with uniform courtesy by 
the proprietor and employees, and every effort made to render a visit 
to his store pleasant and agreeable. Their trade is of the most de- 
sirable class, and their goods of that quality and design that at- 
tracts and captivates at once those who visit this splendid establish- 
ment. 
Go and see if we have not given them deserved praise. 




A. D. COOPER 



A. D. Cooper, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Staple and Fancy 
Groceries, Confections, Canned Goods, Condiments, Cigars and 
Tobacco. Main and College streets, Tel. No. 6. 

At a casual glance or a passing thought it seems remarkable how 
rapidly some firms or individuals will acquire a large and lucrative 
trade, but when the motto is investigated it is easily explained. 

As nothing is so successful in a business as energy and enterprise, 
coupled with industry and honorable dealings, hence we cannot 



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E offer for sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions, We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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E offer for sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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make mention of Asheville's prominent industries without bringing 
into prominent notice the establishment of A. D. Cooper, among 
the largest and oldest dealers in this line in the city. Whose location 
is one of the most central and stock the most complete of any firm in 
Western North Carolina. 

Whether it is a correct criterion or not, it is very often that the 
importance of an industry is measured by the number of people who 
use it, and in the matter of the grocery business it must be conceded 
that the rule applied to this instance is emphatically true, and pre- 
eminently among these establishments this firm takes the highest 
rank. 

They carry constantly in stock a mammoth assortment of groce- 
ries, including coffees, spices, teas, sugars, imported and domestic, 
and canned goods, condiments of all kinds— in addition to an 
immense retail business. 

They do considerable jobbing in this line and make a specialty of 
selling feed, hay, bran, and all kinds of food for cattle, which will, 
upon investigation, command the attention of the trade at home and 
elsewhere. 

Mr. Cooper personally courteous, genial and is ever interested in 
the progress and advancement of this the " Queen City of the 
Mountains." 



BATTERY PARK HOTEL. 

A Retreat for Health and Pleasure Seekers, in whose abode bringeth 
forth soothing balm to one's jaded nerves, together with those 
luxuries which, in everyway, satiates the wants of a fashionable 
and fastidious commonwealth. 

On the crest of a romantic and elevated range of the great Southern 
Appalachian system, just far enough removed from the city's centre 
to escape the din and confusion of a busy throng of cosmopolitan 
people, and offering enjoyment, to its fullest extent, and all desirable 
metropolitan privileges and comfort, which tend to fulfill the wishes 
and complete the pleasures of a society and health seeking public, 
and commanding a view of mountain scenery with metropolitan 
elegance, and unsurpassed in the country is located the Battery Park, 
which, from innumerable points of vantage, renders it a most 
attractive hotel, and coming in comparison with the well equipped 
hotels of the South. Battery Park is a spot of historical interest, 
and widely popular, not only for its beautiful views, (being one hun- 
dred feet above the highest streets of the city,) and commanding a 
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stretch of country in some directions of sixty miles distant, but as 
having been the location selected during the war by the Confede- 
rates as the defence to the city. Here a battery was planted and 
maintained till near the close of the war. The mighty breastworks 
still remain, and are preserved as flower beds. The view from the 
hotel is said by tourists and visitors to be unsurpassed in beauty in 
the world, the eye discerning 1,000 square miles of the sublimest and 
most awe-inspiring mountain grandeur to be found on this globe. 

The owner, Col. FrankCoxe, is a native of this State, but now re- 
siding in Philadelphia, who represents an enormous amount of capi- 
tal, and is one of the leading railroad magnates of the country. 

The doors of the Battery Park were thrown open to the public on 
the 12th day of July, 1886, and since that time it has enjoyed almost 
a monopoly of the principal travel through this country. It is four 
stories in heigbt above the basement and contains about 250 rooms, 
single and en suite. 

The architecture is of modern Queen Anna style, and tbe structure 
masonic and solid in its character. It has a frontage of 325x175 feet. 
It is one of the most thoroughly appointed and perfectly equipped 
hotels of any pleasure and health resort, both winter and summer. 

Its location is one of beauty and picturesqueness that cannot be 
appreciated until seen. Every modern improvement and invention 
having been used for the comfort and convenience of its guests, and 
every rule observed which will at unce commend itself to the atten- 
tion of tbe health and pleasure seeker. 

The entire building is heaied by steam and lighted by Electric 
light and gas. All the apartments in addition are provided with 
commodious fire places. 

Particular attention has been given to the Sanitary conditions of 
the entire building, and all the modern safeguards have been intro- 
duced so as to insure pure air throughout. The building is absolutely 
fire proof. The floors generally being laid in cement, preventing a 
fire from spreading from one floor to another, and every appliance, 
including stand pipes for the purpose of subduing fire, are available 
on each floor, and in addition making a serious conflagration impos- 
sible, and here may be seen throughout the year men from all 
portions of the United Slates. Wealth, together with fashion and 
culture, represented in various ways of social pursuits peculiar to an 
elegant metropolis and all the year round pleasure resort. But aside 
from the advantages enumerated the wise and liberal policy in the 
management of this institution employed by Mr. Steele has given 
great care to the table, to have it at all times fully supplied with 
every luxury of the home market, and every department is under the 



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direction of experienced and skillful assistants. Thus in serving 
guests a bill of fare unexcelled and the service of the very best. 

The first floor includes drawing room, private parlors, office, grand 
dining room, with ladies' ordinary, rotunda, reading rooms, tele- 
graph office, ladies' billiard parlor, news and cigar stand, stenogra- 
phers and typewriters conveniently located. The second floor, which 
is connected with the rotunda by several convenient stairways, con- 
tains barber shop, bar and billiard hall, gentlemen toilet and wash 
rooms. The former apartments in every particular are comfortably 
furnished. 

The upper floors, in many of the apartments, have bath rooms, 
and are provided with every convenience desired for the comfort of 
guests. One of the features of the Battery Park's management pro- 
vides itself is the fact that no perceptible difference in the furnish- 
ing of the lower and upper floors. 

A ball room 50x150, which is exceedingly well fitted and arranged 
for such amusements in an all-the-year-rouud resort. This includes 
a ten-pin alley underneath, which is calculated to please the most 
fastidious During the colder portion of the winter the verandas 
are enclosed by glass, and many of the private suites of rooms have 
.glass bow-windows. By this arrangement invalids can enjoy a sun 
bath without leaving their rooms. 

First-class livery accommodations are easily accessible ; also, in 
addition, a private motor car line is conducted, and by a gradually 
circuitous ascent of this interesting hotel, the summit is reached, 
and relieves a long and tedious walk, which is, in itself, a mammoth 
enterprise. 

Good table conveninces and service has won the confidence and 
patronage of the best class of our people of the land, and thus has 
not only received the admiration of every person of note who comes 
to our city, but that of her citizens and the best business men from 
every part of the country. 



H. REDWOOD & CO. 

H.Redwood & Co., Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Carpets, 
One Price System. Nos. 7 and Patton Ave. 

Among the largest merchants longest resident of Asheville are H. 
Redwood & Co., who first embarked in business in this city in 1881, 
under style of Graham & Redwood, Mr. Graham retiring two years 
later. 

For a long time this handsome establishment has controlled a most 



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flattering trade and attracted unusual attention on account of the 
mammoth stock carried and the rare bargains offered. 

Mr. Redwood is a native of the " Monumental City " of Baltimore 
and has successfully mastered all the intrinsic details of the busi- 
ness. ^Shortly after coming South he recognized in Asheville an ex- 
cellent opening, although the field was occupied at that time by 
strong competitors having strong priority of occupancy and exten- 
sive capital. 

Happily the firm possessed considerable means, with experience 
and indomitable pluck, those essentials which enter largely into 
success in the commercial world. Their business education ac- 
quired among the shrewdest merchants in the North and in this 
community also, peculiarly fitted them for the task before them, and 
with every confidence in their ability filled their store with a stock 
of goods to suit all classes 

First of all, however, they recognized the value of judicious adver- 
tising, and one of their first acts was to herald to the trade through 
various advertising mediums the bargains they proposed to offer. 
They knew their stock would bear close scrutiny and marked all ar- 
ticles at plain figures calculated to invite trade. 

They did not lay in a stock of shoddy stuff's and advertise them as 
first-class goods. They attempted no deception, but, on the contrary, 
sold the best at prices that permitted a reasonable profit and at ab- 
solutely one price. 

The fame of such honorable dealing characteristic of this firm, 
with the excellence of goods handled soon gained circulation among 
people— and in an inconceivably short time their store was daily 
thronged with the best class of cash customers, which is the basis 
governing at present the rules of this establishment, as they keep 
no accounts whatever. 

For nearly two years the active partners have been Messrs. H. 
Redwood, John H. McDowell and P. I. Love. The premises occu- 
pied by this firm are about 48x100 feet. 

The interior is divided by a shelf construction which forms a 
divide of the different lines handled and gives it the semblance of a 
mammoth concern, with its several departments as it stands to-day 
under the management of competent men. 

This immense area is stored with a stock of goods scarcely second 
to any south of Richmond, in which city Mr. Redmond is also a 
partner in a generally similar business. 

Here can be purchased anything from a paper of pins to a com- 
plete costume for a lady, or outfit for a gentleman. A visit to this 
establishment will repay any one having an eye for the beautiful. 



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The ample show windows fronting on Patton Avenue command the 
attention of all passers by. 

A most gratifying feature of the display is that every article ex- 
hibited in the windows has the price plainly marked upon it. 

In this mammoth store room is presented a most interesting 
appearance eliciting favorable comment from all who visit it. 

The most delicate and beautiful fabrics are found in bewildering 
confusion and the scene is captivating in its beauty and mag- 
nificence, accentuated by the business stir almost ever present. 

The stock of goods carried embraces every desirable grade of goods, 
from fine velvets and silks which only the wealthy can hope to buy, ♦ 
and goods of more ordinary kinds within the reach of those of really 
slender means. 

The kindly relations existing between this firm and their numer- 
ous employees are shown by the loyalty of the latter to their em- 
ployers interest. Without exception they are courteous and in every 
sense obliging ; it is a genuine pleasure to trade at this splendid 
Emporium. 

The secret of the success of this firm is the fact, that the goods 
offered for sale are first-class and are sold at fair prices and that 
customers are treated with pleasing courtesy and every possible 
effort is made to protect the customers, real interest and thereby to 
merit patronage. 



J. S. GRANT, 

J. S. Grant, Ph. G. Pharmacist and Prescriptions a Specialty, 24 
South Main. Tel. Store, 10. Res. 94. 

To win success in the drug business one must not possess only 
business ability— but must have also a large amount of specific pro- 
fessional knowledge in regard to articles handled. 

A gentleman possessing to a marked degree the above requisites is 
the subject of tbis consideration, and is entitled to very prominent 
mention in his especial line. 

Mr. Grant embarked in this business in Asheville four years ago, 
and by the utilization of his naturally fine business qualities has 
succeeded in building up a trade second to none. 

He carries a splendid stock, consisting of the very purest drugs . 
chemicals, toilet requisites, fine perfumeries, patent medicines of 
known merit, druggists' sundries, while especial care is given the 
prescription department, in fact such has been the care in this de- 



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partment that mistakes are foreign to it — while nothing is used but 
absolutely pure drugs and chemicals. 

Mr. Grant is a druggist of long experience, and fully knows how 
to cater to the wants of this multifarious public which is evidenced 
daily by the large patronage he receives, and his knowledge shows 
what untiring energy of well directed efforts will prove. 

The premises occupied by this firm are centrally located and fitted 
up in an attractive manner. We must admit the city is fortunate in 
the possession of a number of competent druggists, and among them 
stands pre-eminently this establishment. 

Mr. Grant makes also a specialty of several proprietary articles, 
including a tasteless emulsion of cod liver oil and pepsin, which has 
attracted much attention at home and elsewhere. It is a great flesh 
producer, and the most delicate stomach can digest it. 

Also sole agents for Humphries Homeopathic Remedies, known 
all over the world, in fact the visitor will find every article belong- 
ing appropriately to tbis branch of the trade, and also a well selected 
stock of imported and domestic drugs, cigars and every department 
receives the careful attention of the proprietor, thus ensuring satisfac- 
tion to any and all. Mr. Grant personally is courteous, most agreeable, 
and occupies a splendid position in the commercial world, while so- 
cially he enjoys the esteem and respect of all who have been thrown 
into private or business relationship with him. 



JOHN BAXTER BOSTIC. 

A Sketch of one of Asheville's prominent citizens.— A career that 
savors of Romance, intermingled with Bold Success and Pros- 
perity. 

Not the least of the high privileges accorded the writer is that of 
recording a very few of the more prominent acts of North Carolina's 
business men. The gentleman whose portrait we furnish, first saw 
the opening of day in Rutherford County, March 30th, 1853, and 
has, since the present writing, been reared and nurtured principally 
in the good old Commonwealth of his nativity. His father, a farmer 
of very limited means, at an early age assigned him to the vocation 
of farm life. Its toils and hardships soon began to grow distasteful 
to him, and he made various fruitless attempts to escape the un- 
pleasant environments that so closely surrounded his career ; but, 
as a result of energy and perseverance which has of late years char- 
acterized his every-day life, at the age of even 18 he was not classed 



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JOHN BAXTER BOSTIC. 

among the "tenderfoots," having tramped from his father's home 
to Georgia, a distance of three hundred miles, after an unsuccessful 
attempt to stow himself away in a wagon, where he was discovered 
by the wagon master, which, we believe, is the only venture in his 
somewhat eventful life that be has not met with perfect success. 

Through the various misfortunes of the poverty of strangers in 
a strange land, he failed to secure a position in keeping wiih his 
love, and, as a last resort, was again subjected to the inevitable and 
stormy hardships of farm life. He braved this, however, for three 
years, and by a very necessarily economical policy of treatment upon 
the question of high life and luxuries, he accumulated the price of a 
ticket back to his native domain. 

In 1874 Mr. Bostic conceived the idea of entering the mercantile 
business, although possessed of only $100, and less knowledge of the 
commercial world. He had confidence in his pluck. However, he 
at that date opened in a small way at Shelby, North Carolina, and 
was soon associated with his brother, Joseph T., under the firm name 
of Bostic Bros., both of whom manifested an aptness for mercantile 
pursuits, and by close attention to business, and a careful study of 
their patrons' interests, they were soon enabled to enlarge their busi- 
ness, thus also strengthening their credit. In 1881 Mr. E. H. Wright, 
of the same place, became a member of this firm, which continued 
to advance, and in a short space of time this firm entered into the 



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manufacture of tobacco, and various other trades in that town, which 
continued with happy results until 1.888, when several changes were 
made, and in 1887 Mr. Bostic came to Asheville. and since then has 
prospered to a remarkable degree. Mr. Bostic is now a large dealer 
in real estate in this city, wherein probably no calling or pursuit re- 
quires such keen foresight, thorough knowledge and intimate ac- 
quaintance with values as does that of the real estate dealer, and to 
successfully handle property and place loans in a constantly growing 
city one must possess those qualities named, and, besides, should 
have business ability of a high order and standing in a community 
that will inspire confidence towards him. In real estate transac- 
tions there are many points of vital character to consider, if a dealer 
would be honest with his customers and places any valuation upon 
his own character. Values may be inflated, property grossly mis- 
represented and titles imperfect, which the investor may have no 
knowledge of at the time of the purchase, but which cannot be 
hidden from him ; and so the necessity of seeking out the dealer 
who has all the virtues of an honest business man, and is above the 
petty trickery by which many men rise to affluence and power at 
the sacrifice of honor, and entail loss upon their confiding customers. 

Mr. Bostic is a conservative business man, and fully acquainted 
with every detail of his business. He is also a member of the Arm 
of Bostic Bros. & Wright, and has, within a few years, figured in 
some lar^e transactions, and has gained the confidence of a large 
circle of friends and the entire business community. In addition to 
the above he was the chief designer in organizing the Asheville 
Loan and Construction Company, in which he is a large owner ; also 
prominently identified with the Asheville Ligtr Power and Heat- 
ing Company, a director in the Craggie Heights Electric Car Railway 
Company, and corresponding member of the American Real Estate 
Association, whose main office is at Memphis, Tenn., together with 
a large interest in the West Asheville Improvement Company. 

Having faithfully performed his various stations in the past, Mr. 
Bostic has succeeded in acquiring possibly over a hundred thousand 
dollars. He takes an active interest in the Church, and, a.-ide from 
these, his acts of charity since coming to Asheville has clearly demon- 
strated his tender sympathy for the unfortunate and poor, and he is 

public spirited and forward in every movement for the general good 
* 



\K-K are State Agents for N. C. Inland & Co.'s celebrated 
»» Fire and Burglar Proof .Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of New York. 
We can insure you against accident or deatli in the 
"Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn." 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



\\JK are State Agents for N. C. Inland & Co.'s celebrated 
" Fire Mild Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of New York. 
We can insure you against accident or .death in the 
"Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford. Conn." 

JENKS &. JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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J. F. WOODBURY. 



Leading Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, College Square, Tele- 
phone No. 1. 

Among the numerous and various enterprises that go to make 
up the commercial whole of a city, none perhaps attract more uni- 
versal attention or is of more general concern than the livery business, 
as it is of more or less concern and utilization to the entire com- 
munity, hence it is in summing up the resources and industries of a 
city — important that representation should be made of the leading 
stables, among such, undoubtedly is that of Woodbury. This ex- 
ceedingly creditable enterprise had its inception three years ago and 
by reason of most superior management and excellent equipment it 
has throughout this time done a lucrative trade and present for its 
numerous patrons the most fashionable and elegant teams, turnouts, 
magnificent riding and driving horses in the State. 

The location of these stables at College Square are in all respects 
eligible while the barn is of a large brick and holds every con- 
venience for the light, ventilization and comfort necessary for the 
healthful keeping of its large number of fine horses. 

The stock consists of one hundred fine horses, twenty-five different 
styles of rigs, embracing a specialty in mountain double and single 
seated buck boards. T. Carts buggies, petite busses, landaus, dog 
carts, coupettes, and every conceivable livery conveyance known to 
the conduct of a modern and fashionable commonwealth and cosmo- 
politan pleasure resort like this the " Queen City of the Mountains." 

This establishment is the largest in the State and gives employ- 
ment to twenty-five or thirty hands, including a large number of 
experienced drivers, footmen and attendants in full livery costumes 
of the most fashionable and splendid styles 

Mr. Woodbury is a native of the " City of Notions," and came to 
Asheville in 1887, and by pursuing a careful study of the wants of a 
fashionable people he surely beyond peradventure takes the lead 



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in this line of industry. He is a gentleman of large natural ability 
and his success is the natural result of energy and enterprise tempered 
with honesty, intermingled with the essence of courtesy and stands 
monarch in this vicinity in his particular line. 



N. W. GIRDWOOD. 

N. W. Girdwood, Proprietor Model Steam Laundry, No. 17 Patton 

Avenue. 

The modern well equipped Steam Laundry is a great convenience 
to any city or locality, and should be patronized by all those requir- 
ing laundry work done, instead of aiding to pave the streets of China 
with American gold, hence get your work done at the Model Steam 
Laundry. 

This business was opened to the public about two years ago and 
meets a long felt want, for nothing perhaps is more productive of 
profanity than a dress shirt indifferently washed or poorly ironed, 
and if only from a moral point of view it is a duty for a man to 
patronize an establishment which will do him satisfactory work. 
This establishment is a first class, well equipped and managed one, 
and employs ten or twelve hands and the running of one wagon in 
collecting and delivering in the city, and the gentlemen at the head 
of the business are well versed in the work, and have the vim, dash 
and energy sufficient to continue their success. 

They superintend the work of the house and nothing but first 
class work is allowed to go out to its customers. 

Their prices are low for good work, with calls and deliveries made 
to any part of the city. 

The proprietor, Mr. Girdwood, is one of the city's representative 
business men, and this industry can not be overlooked by any family 
or citizen of Asheville, hence we say patronize your own people and 
let the almond-eyed peregrine with his pig-tail hair and wooden 
shoes, slide 



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J. M. ALEXANDER. 

J. M. Alexander. Manufacturer of and Dealer in Saddles, Whips, 
Harness, &c, &c. Asheville, N. C. No. 4 North Court Place- 

As pursuing a very important branch of industry bearing upon 
the general commercial prosperity of and paramount proposal to 
add to the growth and interest of a city is the representative leading 
firm in its line. 

We are in a work of this nature pleased to chronicle facts concern- 
ing it of interest to all. 

This prosperous enterprise was commenced by Mr. Alexander in 
1879, where he has continued by the strictest integrity and equitable 
dealing to all, built up a large and remunerative patronage, and car- 
ries a fine and diversified assortment of harness of superior finish, 
both single and double, light and heavy ; also, whips, collars, pads, 
horse equipment of all kinds and of the most durable make, and 
sold at the lowest living prices. Mr. Alexander is a native North 
Carolinian and has been for a number of years prominently identi- 
fied with the substantial growth and prosperity of Asheville, and 
has ever shown that enterprise and integrity which never fails to 
bring success and compensation to those who use and manifest at all 
times, with close attention to business and fair dealing alike to all. 

Mr. Alexander has in his employ a number of thoroughly skilled 
workmen, and enjoys every facility known to this line of industry, 
to successfully conduct and complete it in every detail, hence we 
commend him as most worthy your patronage and liberal support. 



MANN, JOHNSON & CO. 

Mann, Johnson & Co., Furniture Dealers and Undertakers, No. 37 
Patton Avenue. Tel. 48. 

One of the chief and most highly developed industries of the 
South, is the furniture business, and especially in a live and growing 
city like Asheville. Very conspicuous among such includes the 
above extensive and thoroughly stocked establishment of Mann, 
Johnson & Co., who occupy handsome and commodious quarters on 
Patton Avenue, and several large wareroomsin addition are utilized 
for storage purposes. A stock of furniture is carried that beyond all 
doubt takes precedence in size and prices of any in Western North 
Carolina, comprising everything called for by the needs of the artisan 



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or the luxuries of a millionaire, or that is necessary to furnish every 
class of dwelling or mansion, from basement to attic, and classed as a 
necessary adjunct to business interests and the people in general, is 
that of the undertaker and an essentially representative exponent 
in this line, this firm offers superior inducements. This stock of 
goods is large and in all modern styles ; caskets of metalic, marble 
and wood, and cloth covered in all the newest designs and finish 
and everything connected with this branch of their business is com- 
plete. 

This firm is composed of Messrs. E. B. Mann, R. G. Johnson, and 
W. W. Avery, the latter a principal owuer in a large furniture man- 
ufactory of this city, which has an immense trade in this and all 
adjoining territory. All of these gentlemen, are in possession of 
ample financial matters to transact the large and increasing 
patronage which they are daily receiving. 



J. W. SCHARTLE, 
Merchant Tailor. 

Attention to dress in the matter of well fitting garments has be- 
come a subject of more than passing notice, because of its relation 
to society and refined tastes,, and with the growth and development 
of the city must receive, year after year, the attention of business 
men as well as gentlemen of wealth and leisure. 

In this connection it is highly suitable to refer to the high class 
of workmanship and well recognized skill as a, cutter of gentlemen's 
garments, manifested by Mr. Schartle, whose thorough business 
knowledge, excellent taste and popular requirements have received 
the recognition and patronage of our best and most substantial 
citizen. 

This firm has been in the merchant tailoring trade in this city for 
a long time, during which time they have, by honest and upright 
dealings, secured a large and lucrative patronage This well ar- 
ranged establishment is located in an eligible block, and Mr. Schartle 
carries in stock constantly a large assortment of imported and domes- 
tic fabrics of the newest and nobbiest styles and to suit the most fas- 
tidious gentlemen. This business will compare favorably with the 
best in the South, and in all the essentials which are requisite to 
meet the wants of a fashionable Commonwealth. 



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THE GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL. 



S. R. Chedester & Sons, Proprietors. Tel. 47. 

One of the best managed hotels in the South, and operated 
and owned by the " Old Reliable, '■' who is universally pro- 
nounced one of the most public spirited citizens in Western North 
Carolina, and beyond pre-eminence the pioneer of Patton Avenue. 
There is probably not in these whole .Southern States a man 
more widely known than the proprietor of this splendid hotc-l, 
and most assuredly he justly deserves the prominence he has 
gained, not only in this section but throughout a contiguous terri- 
tory. Mr Chedester came to Asheville from East Tennessee about 
sixteen years ago, when Asheville was then a crude mart, isolated 
and unknown mountain town. But he was clever enough to discern 
for it a prosperous and rapid growth, consequent upon which he 
made a start in various pursuits and under the most trying circum- 
stands but combining pluck, vim, push, and conservatism wbich are 
his own peculiar specialties, now represent one of our foremost citi- 
zens and holds a splendid reputation in the financial world. 

The Grand Central ranks among the $2.00 hotels of the country, 
and in a great many respects the cuisine and comfort of this estab- 
lishment will exceed those of larger pretensions and higher rates. 

Mr. ' Chedester neither spares money or energy to enhance the 
value and attractiveness of his hotel. The old or first part of this 
large building was erected several years ago, but finding his patron- 
age steadily increasing and the demands of the traveling public and 
pleasure seekers assuming such proportions made an addition to his 
premises of a large and magnificent structure which stands opposite 
the original connecting the two by means of a private viaduct, com- 
bining a most commodious building and furnished throughout with 



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all the modern comforts and appointments of a strictly good hotel. 

The registry of the Grand Central will show a larger number of 
arrivals within the past two or three years tban any hotel in the 
country of Asheville's population, which is indisputable proof of its 
popularity. 

The proprietors of this hotel is ever wide-awake and keenly alive to 
the interests of tbis growing Metropolis, and has beyond a question 
done more for her rapid growth and improvement tban any other 
firm of the city. In addition to the successful conduct of the hotel, 
for sixteen years, they carry on the largest general merchandising 
business in Western North Carolina, and their daily sales in this 
line exceed those of any similar institution in the State, frequently 
footing up fabulous and incredible sums. 

Mr. Cbedester is a large owner of Asheville real estace and takes 
an active interest in public affairs. He is a veteran in his various 
fields, and his friends and customers are legion, and in the strictest 
sense of the word he represents the "Old Reliable and Pioneer" of 
Patton Avenue. 



T. P. HAMILTON & CO. 

Big "22" Patton Avenue. Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fine 

Condiments. 

As a very important branch of the commercial industries of 
Asheville the grocery business is entitled to a large share of con- 
sideration, and in this connection we direct attention to the 
grocery store of T. P. Hamilton & Co., 22 Patton Avenue. The 
business premises occupied are well fitted up for the successful pros- 
ecution of such a trade. Messrs. Hamilton & Co., established them- 
selves in this business only a short while ago, since which time they 
have by energy and ability, of the management, been steadily and 
constantly increasing. The stock carried is a choice and well 
selected one, embracing a full and complete assortment of Staple 
and Fancy Groceries, including coffees, black and green teas, sugars, 
spices, pickles, &c, a great variety of canned goods and condiments. 

We have no hesitation in recommending those in need of such 
articles to this establishment as all goods sold are pure and fresh, and 
the honorable and upright, and strightforward manner of doing 
business, used by this firm, deserves a patronage second to none in 
the city and richly merits the splendid trade controlled by them, 
Mr. Hamilton has proven himself to be a man possessed of fine busi- 
ness and executive qualities, and is highly esteemed by those who 
know him. 



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JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers. Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee 
Block. 28 Patton Avenue. 

One of the most enterprising Real Estate firms in the city, 
is composed of Messrs. Arthur E. & Charles N. Jenks, two young 
gentlemen well known throughout the social and business circles 
of Asheville. These gentlemen are front in realty matters, 
and their judgment in present or prospective values of real 
estate is generally referred to by even their contemporaries. They 
transact a general business, and make renting, collecting and nego- 
tiating loans a specialty. They have at all times bargains in 
residence sites, residence and business chances of all kinds. They 
have a large list of vacant lots in all parts of the city varying at 
prices from §50.00 upwards. They also give attention to Fire and 
Life Insurance and represent some of the most substantial compa- 
nies in the world, and consummate trades of all kinds to the satis- 
faction of each party. Money is loaned by these gentlemen on 
good security, at reasonable rates, and in unlimited quantities and 
altogether transact one of the most extensive businesses in the city. 

To outsiders desiring a paying investment in real estate, there is 
no firm in the city on whom they may more safely rely. They are 
worthy gentlemen and display much vim, push, and go-aheadative- 
ness. This firm are natives of Massachusetts, and have been in 
business in this ''Altitude" city for the past year, with a previous 
experience of over five (5) years in the timber, mineral and farming 
districts in western and joining counties. 

Their trading embraces also some of the finest poplar and hard 
wood lumber and logs, including corundum, gold, manganese, mica, 
and iron lands that are worthy of investigation, and are not to be 
surpassed anywhere in the country. 



JESSE RUSSELL STARNES, 

Undertaker and Arterial Embalmer, No. 27 North Main Street, 

Tel. 51. 

Beyond contradiction, the representative embalmer and funeral 
director of the city of Asheville is the urbane gentleman whose card 
heads this notice, who established himself in business in 1881, with 
a very limited amount of cash capital, but with an experience gained 
by eight or ten years service in the foremost undertaking establish- 



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ment of the South, and the unlimited amount of energj* and discre- 
tion with marked business ability Mr. Starnes has succeeded in 
gaining rank in this line by contrasting and outrivalling all com- 
petitors in this section. The premises of Mr. Starnes are peculiarly 
fitted for his line of business, and at all times, when emergency de- 
mands, skilled workmen and attaches of this institution will respond 
quickly to calls when devolving work or aid of any character em- 
bracing this branch of industry, and we might add, that it is not 
only to his fine ability as to a sympathetic funeral director, but to 
his long capability as a business man an unusual competency as an 
embalmer. 

It is scarcely meet to mention in this connection the mercantile 
trade with which this gentleman is associated. However, we are 
reviewing Asheville's resources strictly from a business standpoint : 
so we refer also to Mr. Starnes prominence as a general merchant, 
which additional line includes one in general tone of excellence and 
diversity of assortment in dry goods, notions, hosiery, boots, shoes, 
hats, caps, and all articles rightly belonging to a general dry goods 
store of first-class in the vicinity, and to be disposed of at the lowest 
living prices. Mr. Starnes is a uative of this good "old Tarheel" 
State, and is a gentleman of pleasing characteristics, large financial 
standing, and justly merits the lucrative patronage he enjoys. 



AUGUSTUS J. LYMAN. ■ l&O %A/V>f^t^4 



Attorney at Law, Real Estate and Loans, Legal Building. 

In these days when the rate of interest is steadily decreasing, and 
capital is becoming more productive, since the West has been over- 
stocked with eager capitalists, the South furnishes the oidy outlet 
for this accumulated unproductive capital. 

North Carolina least of the Southern States has been sought out by 
the capitalists, so that it presents a new untrodden field to the man 
with brains and energy. Here he can invest either in the soil and 
reap the advantages of the wonderful advance in values which has 
so transformed other parts of the South, or lend his money on 
first-class securities at eight per cent., a rate of interest which can 
only be obtained ata'great risk to the investor elsewhere. 

Of all the cities in this State Asheville affords the best field for in- 
vestment. Not only do the main home industries and manufacto- 
ries hasten its growth, but the floating population has become a 
steady and important element in the building up of this city. 



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jTE can Sell your Real Estate at a higher price, 
can purchase for you at a lower figure, and 
charge you less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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JE can Sell vuiir Real Kstate at a higher price, 
can purchase tor you at a lower figure, and 
charge vim less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Uooms 9 and 10 .lie A ice Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



Ashevilleisa health resort. It has 60,000 visitors, annually. Many 
of these men are compelled to remain here on account of their 
health. The result is the erection of many fine residences, and the 
necessary enhanced value of the surrounding property. 

The investor, however, must be careful to place his money in 
right hands. What he wants is a firm possessed of great business 
sagacity, a thorough knowledge of the relative values of real estate 
in different sections of the State, gained by years of experience, and 
a reputation for fair and honest dealings. Such a firm is that of A. 
J. Lyman, a pioneer in the real estate business in Asheville, who 
for eight years or more has watched the rise and fall of values, and 
noted the direction in which the city has grown and towards 
which it now tends. 

Mr. Lyman is a man of independent means and is prominently 
identified with the interests of the city. The best and choicest 
property in the city, which is on the market, is always found in his 
hands for sale. His judgment on prospective values is worth tak- 
ing, as many of his clients can testify. For example, in 1887 one of 
his clients purchased a piece of land by his advice for $3,000 and in 
1890 parted with the same property for $20,000. 

Mr. Lyman is always affable and courteous to all with whom he 
comes in contact, and is as prominent a factor in social as commer- 
cial circles, in both of which he possesses an enviable reputation. 
This gentleman is the son of that eminent divine, the Rt. Rev. 
Bishop Theodore B. Lyman D. D., whose name is a household word 
throughout North Carolina and the entire South, where he is uni- 
versally beloved and esteemed. 

The office of A. J. Lyman is situated in the Legal Building, rear 
of the First National Bank, where he may be found during business 
hours ready to negotiate loans, collect rents, sell or buy real estate 
and look after the interests of his clients, both resident and non-resi- 
dent. 



THE "METROPOLITAN." 

No. 29 North Main Street, Hampton & Featherstone, Proprietors. 

The transactions in the wine and liquor traffic, in its various forms, 
has assumed such proportions in this city as to entitle those engaged 
in it to conspicuous mention. Messrs. Hampton & Featherstone, the 
subjects of our sketch, have been engaged in this business for a 
long time, and have covered a vast field of experience and have done 
great good for the advancement and progress of this " Queen City of 
the Mountains." 
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These gentlemen commenced business in a small way, but as a con- 
sequence of energy, probity and hard licks, have succeeded in taking 
the front rank in this city in this particular line, in which is in- 
volved large capital and labor. This establishment was opened to 
the public sixteen years ago, but in consequence of a large increase 
in their sales and that of business transacted, it became necessary 
to secure more commodious quarters, and are now located in the 
very heart of the business center and occupy premises in every man- 
ner worthy of the most fastidious and cosmopolitan people who 
daily visit this pleasure and health resort, and all lovers of a nice 
place to visit with superior quality of goods obtained are readily real- 
izing the most elegant place to be found in this section, consequent 
upon which this firm are daily gaining popularity and patronage over 
all competition. It is with sincere pleasure we call attention to the 
splendid appointments constituting this establishment, and from 
the superior attractions of these premises, together with a high grade 
of goods carried, it receives a most desirable and lucrative patronage. 

The fixtures are elegant, and perhaps surpass anything of the- 
kind usually found in a city of this size, and in a point of artistic 
and tasteful arrangement will compare with any similar institution 
in the South. This wine and whiskey emporium is, in the strictest 
sense of the word, elegant and complete in every detail, and has, 
since its incipiency, been most ably managed, resulting in a steady 
increase of business and most satisfactory gain to the proprietors 
until at present a trade is enjoyed second to none. 

This firm are also jobbers of fine cigars, champagnes, native and im- 
ported brandies and wines of every description, including fine and 
medium rye and corn whiskies, and every article belonging to this 
line of mercantile industry. 

Parties residing at a distance can rely upon the strictest purity 
and high class of goods handled by these gentlemen, who will give 
all orders extended them every possible attention. The gentlemen 
composing this firm are Messrs. J no. G. Hampton and A. A. Feath- 
erstone, who hold a solid position in the financial world. 

Their assistants, Messrs. Lancaster, Featherstone and Gooch, are 
artists in their chosen profession, and will treat you with courtesy, 
while the proprietors are worthy, honorable men, and propose to re- 
main a fixture in this prosperous city. 



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BALLARD, RICH & BOYCE, 

Dealers in Stoves, Tinware, Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting, Slate 
and Tin Roofing, Ready Mixed Paint, Window Glass, &c , No. 
11 West Court Place. Tel. 17. 



The character of the men engaged in the above business consti- 
tute no inconsiderable factor in the progress and growth of this city. 
Hence it is that Asheville is forcunate in having engaged in this 
line a number of able and excellent business men. Among them 
are Messrs. W. H. Ballard, J. R. Rice, and W. A. Boyce, who are old 
residents of this place, and who possess a minute and intimate 
knowledge of this particular line, which is one of the largest in 
Western North Carolina. The premises occupied is one of the most 
commodious in this section, being 30x200 feet in dimensions, and 
containing a mammoth stock ot stoves, tinware, house furnishing 
goods, plumbing, gas and steam fittings, slate and tin roofing, and 
all kinds of iron pipe and fittings, galvanized iron cornices and 
window caps, and a specialty in ready mixed paints, brushes, putty, 
knives, and all painters' supplies, &c. 

This firm commenced business in 1881, under the style name of 
Ballard Bros., which continued until 1887. Since then the present 
proprietors, with ample capital and business ability, have succeeded 
in building up a trade that will compare with many similar institu- 
tions noticeable in larger cities, and in a historical review no branch 
of trade will so universally attract the attention of the public than 
the large business transacted by this firm. 



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Attendant upon, and co-extensive with, the progress of a city is 
its commercial importance and growth of private enterprises and 
industries. Hence we find this rapidly growing and beautiful city is 
attributable to her mercantile fraternities, of which this firm is one 
of the largest and most prominent. 

These gentlemen individually possess no ordinary ability, and as 
a firm combines one of the most solid enterprises of this, the attrac- 
tive "Queen City of the Mountains." 



FTTZPATRICK BROS. 

Wall Paper and Decorations, Contractors and Dealers in Mixed 
Paints, Leads, Oils and Varnishes, also Artists' Materials and 
Painters' Supplies, No. 30 North Main Street. 

Among the most prominent business men and dealers exclusively 
in Wall Papers and Decorative Material is that of Messrs. Fitzpat- 
rick Bros., who are natives of Tennessee, came to this city in 1880 
and established themselves in this line of business some five or six 
years ago, and have by energy and continuous attention to business 
and a thorough knowledge of what they are about built up a trade in 
this metropolis of no secondary proportions, and we might add that 
from the time that Moses built the Ark of the Covenant and the 
walls of the Tabernacle, which were frescoed and covered with fig- 
urative paper now, in this day and time it seems to require, whether 
of machinery or mental adaptability, a peculiar fitness for this line 
of business, which appears to be rife in the atmosphere of Asheville's 
progress, and significant in a similar case with this wide-awake and 
enterprising firm, whom we have previously mentioned. For this 
trade to materialize to everyone's satisfaction it demands no ordinary 
amount of skill, good taste and sound judgment, and such principles 
tbese gentlemen employ and conduct their business accordingly. 

Messrs. Fitzpatrick are gentlemen of splendid ideas in this partic- 
ular line and we commend them as most worthy of patronage. 

Tbey sell also Butcher's Wax Polish, Brushes, Artists' Materials, 
Grate Polish, Zinc Gloss, Alabastine, &c, together with an extensive 
stock of Wall Paper in great variety and ornamental design both in 
modern and antique finish, that excels any other concern in this 
vicinity, and by which we suggest you can make comfortable and 
beautify your homes at a moderate expenditure. 



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THE OAKS,'' ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



One of the Best Family Hotels in the South. 

To those the nature of whose business necessitates, constant travel 
and the casual health and pleasure seeking public whose name is 
legion, no feature of modern progress possesses more interest than 
good hotel accommodations, and therefore it is that the "Oaks" is 
fast gaining patronage and popularity by the splendid adaptability 
and admirable conduct which is plainly noticeable as a dual quali- 
fication of its new management. This hostelry offers peculiar at- 
tractions to that discriminating class of travelling public, and health 
and pleasure seekers. 

This hotel is fast becoming the centre of genuine interest and con-' 
cern, whose patrons find the comforts and accommodations the 
very best, most substantial in this salutary mountain resort. 

In fact very much better in every respect, than to be found in 
establishments here when terms and pretentions were much higher. 

The "Oaks" hotel though of recent inception, is an elegant and 
well conducted hotel, and is considered a model of architectural 
design and thoroughly appointed in every detail. 

The building of which we find a cut is one of splendid equip- 
ments, and is situated in a large oak grove with fine shade and 



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beautiful grass lawns, only four blocks from the centre of tbe city, 
electric street cars pass the doors every ten minutes. 

The house is furnished with all modern improvements and ac- 
cessories known to a successful prosecution of this line of business. 

The house is furnished with gas, electric bells, hot and cold baths, 
city hydrant and cistern water from the finest system of water 
works in the South. The " Oaks " is a large and commodious hotel 
five stories high which includes large office, grand dining room, 
ladies' ordinary, large parlors and additional accommodations 
necessary for the comfort and convenience of guest. 

The hotel contains about one hundred guest rooms and is one of the 
leading establishment of this section. A large and well mounted 
telescope with an elevation of eighty feet, from which the views of 
tbe city and mountains are grand. 

Asheville is already the " drinking cup " of a ' fashionable 
domain, and aided by a beautiful mountain scenery is calculated 
to draw hundreds of health and pleasure seekers, in addition to the 
50,000 she entertains now annually. This hotel is the enterprise of 
Prof. H. G. Greenewell, and for a representative of the solid Blue 
Grass State who for fifteen years was president of a Eardstown, Ky., 
Collegiate Institute. He is a gentleman of culture and education. 

Mr. A. B. Sites, a clever and experienced hotel man has been en- 
gaged as manager, and also Mr. A. E. Reading, of St. John, New 
Brunswick, Canada, as clerk and soliciting manager. The situation 
of the " Oaks " is one of its features, and is derivatively surrounded 
by majestic oak trees and attached to it are the line grounds of the 
College Campus, comprising thirteen acres of cool and delightful 
terraqueous soil, hence guests of the hotel may enjoy the ozone 
sweetness and sanitary attractions of the dry climatic conditions of 
this splendid mountain region. 

The hotel is well ventilated and airy bed rooms with a cuisine 
which is beyond a doubt as good as can be had anywhere without 
exception. The table being provided with each and every delicacy 
of a home market, together with all the delicacies the 
mind of an expert " Chef" can devise and served by a corps of 
polite and courteous waiters — in fact, the service being throughout 
perfect in every detail. 

This is undoubtedly one of the prominent hotels of the " Queen 
City of the Mountains," as is abundantly attested by the large 
and steadily increasing patronage the house enjoys. 

The " Oaks " was built within the past year and has since passed 
into the proprietorship of " mine " host, that genial and enterprising 
Boniface Greenwell, since which date he has conducted it with emi- 
nent satisfaction to himself and the most entire success to the public. 



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MAGNOLIA HOUSE. 

Formerly "Carolina House," newly Carpeted, Repainted and Re- 
furnished Throughout. W. A. James, Jr., Proprietor. 

In a city, while not so largo but so Cosmopolitan in its character, 
as Asheville, the need of good accommodations are even of more 
necessity than in larger cities because of the fact that much time is 
needed for the masses of the people to become settled in home life. 

The city of Asheville has just reason to be proud of her hotels 
which take rank with the best in the land. 

In addition to the settled population Asheville has a very large 
transient class of people who come from every portion of the United 
States, and the.se are most wholly dependent upon the hotels for 
board and accommodation during their stay in the city, and it is, 
therefore, another source of congratulation that the hotels are of 
such high standard of excellence. 

Prominent among the well equipped hotels of this city is the'' Mag- 
nolia House." which is conveniently located on iJSTorth Main street, 
near Woodfin. 

This hotel is now under the management of Mr. W. A. James, Jr. 
who is a gentleman thoroughly familiar with the hotel business and 
knows how to cater to the wants of the traveling public. 

The Magnolia House is one of the old and reliable hotels of this 
city, and was for a long number of years conducted by Mr. Blair, 
but since the change of proprietorship this house has been subjected 
to many improvements and ranks with the best of the country. 

This hotel contains 40 or 50 nice rooms, all of which are tastefully 
furnished and supplied with all the comforts necessary for the accom- 
modation of its numerous patrons. The table is a distinctive feature 
of this house, and is abundantly supplied with everything the 
market affords, and every article is cooked and served in the best 
manner possible. The proprietor has adopted popular rates $1.50 
and $2.03, and the board and accommodations are equal to those of 
many houses who charge very much higher prices. The aim of the 
new management of Mr. James is to give entire satisfaction to their 
large and increasing patronage. 

The Electric cars pass this hotel and we recommend the pleasure 
seekers and others who come to the "Future City of the Mountains" 
to stop at the Magnolia House. 

Mr. James personally is a most courteous and agreeable gentleman, 
and all those who stop at this house will receive in every detail most 
satisfactory treatment. 



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J. H. WOODCOCK. 

Prescriptionist and Apothecary. No. 272 Patton Avenue. Tele- 
phone 37. 

If there is one branch of industry throughout the catalogue of 
mercantile life in which the natural ability and requirements are 
greater on the operator, then we unhesitatingly pronounce that one 
the drug business, herein a vast field must be covered that requires a 
large fund of specific knowledge, and among the many druggists of 
this city none possess these requisites to a greater degree than Mr. 
Woodcock, whose premises are located in the west end and are fitted 
up attractively, containing all conveniences necessary to conduct a 
successful business. This business was established in 1887, but while 
not as centrally located as some others still from its incipiency has 
worked up a lucrative patronage, particularly in that section, which 
has been won strictly by close attention to the wants of the people 
who never fail to appreciate fair and equitable treatment. 

We might add that the business of Mr. Woodcock has been of late 
under the supervision of Mr. H G. Chandler, who is an old and 
experienced pharmacist of methodical habits and undoubted busi- 
ness ability. 

This store has enjoyed a large patronage, and in every detail noth- 
ing is wanting to properly class it as one of the most reliable of the 
kind in the city, compounding prescriptions of which this firm 
make a specialty is given always the utmost care, involving as it 
were such a delicate and responsible duty. 

Mr. Woodcock graduated some years ago from the Baltimore Col- 
lege of Pharmacy, and since his residence in Asheville has made 
many friends, both of a business nature and in the social circles of 
the city. He is also frequently numbered among the progressive 
business transactions relating to other achievements, and during his 
career has been a successful one and deservedly so in many respects. 

He is young and personally generous and companionable, and we 
predict for him a prosperous business career. 



E can Insure your Life or Property in the best 
Companies in existence and at the lowest rates. 
We can rent you a house of any description. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

38 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 




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WE can Insure your Life or Property in the best 
Companies in existence and at the lowest rates. 
We can rent you a house of any description. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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MISS N. LaBARBE. 

No. 9 North Court Square, Modiste and Fine Millinery. 

In this progressive age the beautiful has been made to join bands 
with nearly all that is practical and attractive in daily life, and in 
no sphere has the progress been more remarkable than with reference 
to dress. 

The gentler sex are more conspicuously prominent in this move- 
ment, as by nature they should be, and hence the advancement and 
improvement in the millinery trade. 

In this respect there is no place in the city that deserves more 
prominent mention than the one conducted by Miss LaBarbe. 

This business was established about two years ago ; it is most de- 
sirably located in Court Square, and is elegantly fitted up and reflects 
great credit upon the good taste and judgment of the proprietress. 

The stock carried is a large one and embraces the finest quality — 
most fashionable articles belonging to this branch of mercantile im- 
portance. 

Miss LaBarbe is a native of this State, and has been a resident of 
Asheville for seven years. She is a most courteous and pleasant lady 
and is highly esteemed by all her friends and acquaintances, and 
from the inception of her business to tbe present day it has enjoyed 
a continuous and uninterrupted career of prosperity. Miss LaBarre 
also has a branch office at S. W. Bailey and Patton Ave. 



NATT ATKINSON & SONS. 
Real Estate, No. 5 North Main Street. Telephone 74. 

There is no financial interest of such direct importance as that in- 
volved in real estate, and the great demand for eligible realty, cou- 
pled with a steady rise of value, is the best evidence of Asheville's 
growing wealth and prosperity 

Among the most prominent real estate firms of this city is that of 
Messrs. Natt Atkinson & Sons, No. 5 North Main. 

They have been established in this business since 1883, during 
which time they have effected sales of gigantic sums. They transact 
a general Real Estate business, buying and selling realty of every de- 
scription, and gives special attention to the management of estates, 
securing tenants, collecting rents, maintaining all property at the 
highest standai'd of productive efficiency. 



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Mr. Natt Atkinson, Si\, was for a long time publisher and propri- 
etor of the "Asheville Citizen also Land of the Sky.'''' 

The superior facilities of this Company enables them to offer 
especial advantages to customers and to cover every branch of the 
business in the promptest and most satisfactory manner. 

This firm are all natives of Tennessee, have long since established 
an excellent reputation for sterling integrity and honorable dealing, 
and have achieved a well-merited success. 

The banks and business men of Asheville will tell you about them 
among whom are our oldest citizens. 




BATTERY PARK HOTEL, 

Livery and Sales Stables J. V. Sevier, Proprietor, No. 83 South Main 
Street. Tel. 25. 

In a metropolitan city like Asheville there is no line of industry 
that affords such pleasure and enjoyment, particularly to the visiting 
populace, than a well conducted and thoroughly equipped Livery 
Stables, and one contributing, in a large and conspicuous degree. 
We mention the Battery Park Stables, owned and operated by Mr 
J. V. Sevier, who is a native of Tennessee, and came to this city a 
number of years ago, and is now thoroughly identified with the 
interests and development of this rapidly advancing city. In a city 
affording such interesting scenic attractions as Asheville, make 
this line of business one of unusual proportions, and we make men- 
tion of the peculiar adaptability and long experience with which 
this gentleman operates his business. Since the inception of. this 
business, about six years ago, by a splendid knowledge of its duties 
and superior equipments employed by Mr. Sevier, there is, perhaps, 
no stable in this section with such ample facilities as we notice in 
this establishment. 

Mr. Sevier is an exceedingly fine judge of what constitutes elegant 



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riding and driving horses, and is in a position to offer to his many 
patrons splendid rigs, which include many fine, plain and fancy 
turnouts, such as phaetons, carriages, victorias, landaus, brettes, 
buggies, T-carts, &c, of all the latest styles and to suit the most 
capricious fancy. 

These stables are commodious, large and well ventilated, and con- 
sists of thirty to forty horses, necessitating a force of fifteen to 
twenty hands to properly meet all the wants of the community. 

This is one of the most popular stables in the " Queen City," and 
is a conjoint arrangement of the Battery Park Hotel. 

Mr. Sevier, personally, is a pleasant gentleman, and enjoys the 
confidence and patronage of a large class of our citizens and visiting 
populace in general. 



F. E. MITCHELL, 

Dealer in Gentlemen's fine Furnishings, Footwear, Hats, &c. Also, 
Agent Wanamaker & Brown Clothing to Order, No. 28 Patton 
Avenue. 

The changes in the styles and fashions of dress are almost as rapid 
as those of the Kaleidescope, requiring in those who are engaged in 
it the possession of peculiar faculties and adaptabilities to win emi- 
nent success, and to attain the prominence which this firm has 
whose card heads this article. 

Mr. Mitchell established himself in business in this city about one 
year ago, during which time he has carefully studied the wants of a 
fashionable public and catered to a high class of trade which *is evi- 
dent from the splendid patronage he receives. 

His stock embraces an elegant line of Men's Furnishings, including 
neck wear, underwear, neglege shirts, under garments, &c, &c, of 
the latest styles and in great variety. Also, Men's fine Footwear 
and Hats, in all the latest styles and shapes, and of such embellish- 
ments that ought to command the attention of all well dressers, of 
which the "Queen City of the Mountains" are noticeable. 

There is no line of industry that is of more importance to a fash- 
ionable public than that of those who know how to carry a class of 
goods that will in every respect meet the wants of the people, and as 
such Mr. Mitchell exercises the utmost taste and selects his stock 
with great care as to elegance and the desires of the most fastidious. 

Mr. Mitchell is also agent for Wanamaker & Brown, custom 
clothiers, of world-wide renown, and you will do well to consult him 



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when you contemplate buying a nice fitting suit. Satisfaction, price 
and fit guaranteed. " 

Mr. Mitchell is a native of Louisville, Ky., and in addition to a 
thorough knowledge of his business takes an active interest in tbe 
growth of Asheville and deserves your liberal support. 



GRAVES & THRASH, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General Merchandise. No. 19, 
South Main Street. 

Another of the well-appointed Dry Goods Houses is tbat of Messrs. 
Graves & Thrash, whose premises are well adapted to their large 
trade, and are located at 19 South Main Street. 

For the past year these gentlemen have been identified with the 
mercantile interests of Asheville, and have since their residence in 
this city been recognized as business men of most sterling qualities. 

The inception of this splendid dry goods house took lpace in 18S9, 
during such a period, these gentlemen, by their extensive knowledge, 
of, and thorough acquaintance with the details of the dry goods 
business, renders them valuable auxiliaries in a growing community 
like Asheville, which is assuredly calculated to invite trade, hence 
the success and popularity of this establishment, fully warrants the 
assertion tbat this house has deservedly won its way into public 
favor. The patronage having increased in extent and permanence 
every where since its commencement. Tbe store is* central and 
eligible in its location, and consists of a building 40x125 feet in 
dimensions. 

Tbe articles handled comprises a carefully selected and varied 
assortment of good-, in fact everything to be found in a thoroughly 
equipped, general merchandising establishment ; and itgoes without 
saying that this concern is one of the leading in this section. 

Mr. Graves, the managerial member of this firm, was five years or 
more, a traveller for a prominent Baltimore firm, and is known over 
a vast territory as a gentleman of fine executive ability, and with 
such an experience no one is in a position to secure closer trades 
which benefits his customers in a large measure. 

They are in a position also which warrants the attention of the 
jobbing trade in this line, as by a special arrangement with the 
manufacturers of the North, with some of whom Mr. Graves is inti- 
mately acquainted. This firm will save you freight on a great many 
articles belonging to this department of merchandise. They adver- 



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tise nothing which can not be clearly proven, and guarantee the 
fulfillment of every proposal to the trading public to be legitimate, 
hence this course being pursued by them in every possible code has 
inspired confidence in their many customers, and they realize a'feel- 
ing of absolute genuiueness in tne fairness and integrity of these 
men whose operations enhance the growth and prosperity of Ashe- 
\ille and her kindred territory. 

The gentlemen composing this firm are Messrs. J. F. Graves and 
J. M. Thrash, both of whom first opened their infant eyes on the 
green and rugged hills of this royal old Carolina. 



J. M. HESTON, 

Plain and Fine Confectioneries, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Fine 
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, 56 South Main Street. 

The subject of our sketch, Mr. J. M. Heston, is a native of the 
" Key-stone State," and is one of the pioneer business men of this, 
the metroplis of the mountains, having established himself in the 
above business thirteen years ago, and it is a pleasing satisfaction to 
deal with those who have for a number of years conducted their 
business with that integrity, honesty and fairness which is thecorner- 
stone of success. We thereby not only have the material advantage 
of many years' experience, but also that laudable quality, stability, 
which is fully represented in the proprietorship of this establish- 
ment. 

This gentleman carries the largest stock of tropical fruits, plain 
and French candies, smoking and chewing tobacco, and every arti- 
cle embracing the interests of such a trade to be found in the city. 
Also a large dealer and manufacturer in all kinds of fruit, ices and 
creams, including many dainties and delicacies for home, table and 
party use, which is supplied in any quantity, upon short notice, and 
commensurate with prices and pureness to meet all competition. 

Mr. Heston is a man of ability, and is well and favorably known, 
possessing not only that integrity and honesty of purpose that is 
always crowned with success in private business, but also that vim, 
push, energy and broad public spiritedness that builds cities, and 
makes communities progressive and prosperous. 



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W. 0. MULLER, 

Rear Grand Central, College and Water Streets. Dealer in all 
kinds of Domestic and Imported Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco, 
Rye and Bourbon Whiskies, Pure N. C. Corn Whiskey, Apple 
and Peach Brandies a Specialty, Agent and authorized Bottler 
of the Celebrated Anheuser-Busch St. Louis Pale Lager Beer 
and Original Budweiser Export Beer. 

The old established liquor House of W. O. Muller, is one of the 
representative business houses of Asheville, its inception dating back 
to 1879, and was then begun in a modest way more than eleven years 
ago, and it has grown and developed until its annual sales rank with 
those of the largest kind in the city. The stock consists of the largest 
line of native and imported wines, old Kentucky bourbon rye and sour 
mash, whiskies, brandies, gin, &c. Mr. Muller was the first to in- 
troduce Anheuser-Busch lager beer and also bottled be'er — this is re- 
ceived in car load lots in a refrigerator. This establishment 
does both a wholesale and retail trade, but a special department is 
devoted to family supplies in quantity and its bottled goods are of 
the finest quality, some of which have not seen the light of day for 
many years, but have lain mellowing under the kindly tread of 
time. Mr. Muller handles only the purest brands of liquors and 
cigars and a specialty of which they are sole agents is strictly pure 
" golden grain rye and Bourbon." He holds a large percent, of the 
trade of a wide contiguous territory. Five or six men 'are given 
steady employment in the work of this house. AH of whom are 
polite, courteous and attentive gentlemen, and the work of this 
house continues to increase. 

Mr. Muller is a man of excellent business ideas, and his house is a 
model in its arrangement of stock. He is an honest, reliable mer- 
chant, and as such is recommended unhesitatingly to the trade. 

A splendid Billiard and Pool Hall in connection with his Saloon, 
with tables and accessories of tbe newest designs. 



W. G. PERRY, 

* 

Ice Cream Parlor, Leading Baker and Confectioner, Groceries, 
Fruits, &c, 26 South Main Street. 

Those searching for the freshest and most desirable goods in this 
line should examine the splendid assortment kept by Mr. Perry, 
who occupies now hli new premises at 26 South Main, which is 



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fitted up with much neatness, in a manner of convenience for his 
line of business. Although this gentleman has only been established 
since 1887, he enjoys a large patronage, mainly owing to the fact that 
first class goods can be had at the lowest possible prices, and that 
combined with the accommodation and courtesy of this gentleman, 
with his several assistants has no doubt a great influence upon the 
community. 

One delivery wagon is kept to facilitate the execution of all 
orders and all such will receive prompt attention. A large stock of 
goods are carried comprising everything connected with the staple 
and fancy goods trade and every convenience and arrangement for 
the carrying on of the bnsiness in a satisfactory manner to all of 
his customers. 

In addition to the above he makes a specialty of Huyers & Roy- 
sters candy, and in this line you will find at all times a fresh supply. 
The bakery is a chief adjunct in which branch he has almost a mo- 
nopoly of the trade throughout this city. 

A large stock of holiday goods are being received, which includes 
toys, fireworks of every description. 

Mr. Perry is a native of this State, highly respected, has won the 
confidence of all with whom he has had dealings. 



ASHEVILLE DRY GOODS COMPANY. 

J. 0. HOWELL, Manager. 

General Merchants, and Dealers in Home-made Shoes for Men, 
Women and Children a Specialty. No. 31 North Main Street. 

One of the most solid additions to the mercantile industries of 
this city is the Company whose card heads this article. 

For some time past this store has been opened to the general trade, 
and forming a distinct commercial feature of Asheville. 

This enterprising Company's management has made rapid strides 
in commercial ranks, and stands abreast any similar institution in 
the city. This establishment occupies a large, airy salesroom, 
finished in excellent taste, embracing everything in dry goods, no- 
tions, millinery supplies, dress novelties, and ladies' fine furnishing 
goods. The salesroom is dressed in a most appropriate style, and the 
window displays at all times some rare bargains. 

The long experience of this Company's management has taught it 



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the secret of bargain purchases. With this inside track they are 
prepared to undersell all rivals in their line. 

Since this firm's inception it has attracted a wide patronage and 
established an excellent reputation of more than a local savor. 

Honorable and upright in its dealings, it has the confidence of a 
host of friends, and a steady, increasing trade. 

This Company comprises Messrs. R. "L. Graham, M. S. Howell and 
J. O. Howell as manager, whose long experience in the dry goods 
business is a sure index of the lucrative patronage controlled by 
them. 

The Asheville I)ry Goods Company will make special prices to 
any and all Farmers' Alliances in Western North Carolina. In this 
business these gentlemen are in possession of the necessary requi- 
sites and financial ability for the successful conduct and completion 
of all they offer ; and every transaction is stamped with that integ- 
rity and honorable dealing that characterizes the personal life of 
these wide-awake citizens. They also carry the largest stock, and 
make a specialty of fish hooks, tackle and angling complements. 



McKINNON & PETRIE, 

Merchant Tailors, Cleaning and Repairing properly attended to 
No. 58 South Main Street. Old P. 0. Building. 

The subject of dress is one of perennial interest, and there is no 
one at all solicitous of his outward appearance but will be pleased to 
obtain a few facts in regard to an establishment which has within a 
comparatively brief period attained the lead in fine tailoring. 

We refer to the popular concern of which Messrs. McKinnon & 
Petrie are proprietors who opened business in this city about one 
year ago, and have already become the representative headcmarters 
for the finest class of custom made garments. Their parlors are 
elegantly stocked with an endless variety of imported and domestic 
fabrics which are made up in the most fashionable and latest styles. 
This firm's reputation as skilled and stylish cutters is proverbial, and 
they employ only the most competent and experienced workman, 
so that in fit, finish and workmanship, all garments leaving their 
establishment is standing proof of their excellent taste, sound judg- 
ment, and conscientious care. 

This firm though established about one year ago are doing a nice 
business and are ever enjoying an increasing trade. 

They make a specialty of gentlemen's fine fitting garments and 



WE make a specialty of Mineral and Timber 
Lands, and have at all times such properties 
on hand. We are in direct communication with 
capital seeking such investments. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 




specialty ot Mineral and Timber 
Lands, and have at all times such properties 
on hand. We are in direct communication with 
capital seeking such investments. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Bloclt, 

28 Patton Ave., Asneville, N. C. 



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also do cleaning and repairing at prices in keeping with good work 
and a high class of goods turned out. 

Messrs. McKinuon & Petrie are progressive business men and 
since their residence in Asheville have made many friends and won 
the reputation of being honest and reliable in every respect, and we 
take great pleasure in recommending them to the attention of all 
well dressers of which the " Queen City of the Mountains " is 
famous. 



THE ASHEVILLE LOAN OFFICE. 

In every city, as one walks along the public thoroughfares, he 
will constantly be reminded by the signs of the three balls, (which 
means two to one the investor will not return,) that he there and 
then may replenish his purse, should occasion demand, by leaving 
some article of jewelry of value, or anything in the line of goods 
hereafter mentioned. 

In Asheville, Mr, Schiffman, manager, has recently opened a 
pawn-broker's establishment, and is an experienced man in the 
business. 

Money is advanced at this house on personal property, such as 
diamonds, watches, jewelry, silverware, clothing and all valuable 
articles. Also, this concern keeps constantly on hand a large stock 
of diamonds, watches, and a great variety of jewelry of all grades. 
All business transacted strictly private. 

Mr. Schiffman is a good, responsible man, having been in this 
business a long time in many large Eastern and Western cities, and 
any person leaving goods or jewelry of any kind in his care can be 
assured it will be well taken care of, and we commend him to the 
public as deserving your patronage, when you have collaterals and 
no money and wish to invest such to best advantage. 

At this establishment the rate of interest is minimum to what it 
is in cities of larger population, and every gain possible in a trans- 
action of this kind will be properly allowed the patrons of the insti- 
tution. 

Mr. Schiffman is at present on North Main street, but has the 
promise of more eligible premises, which will be given clue notice of 
upon removal. If you get "crowded," hunt this gentleman up. 
We've been there. 
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" GLEN ROCK" HOTEL, 

A. G. HALLYBURTON, Owner and Proprietor, opposite Pass. Depot, 

Telephone 76. 

There cannot be a more attractive feature about a city, especially 
like Asheville, than first-class hotels ; and it is surprising with what 
rapidity a city acquires a reputation, either good or indifferent, in 
regard to her hostelries. 

Possibly no health or pleasure resort of its size is as well supplied 
with superior places for the public entertainment and amusement of 
an army of people than Asheville, and it is most important in sum- 
ming up such enterprises, that a conspicuous mention be given of 
her first-class and leading hotels. This house was built within the 
past twelve months by the present proprietor, Mr. Hallyburton, and 
opened to the public in the early part of this year. 

The location of this splendid hotel is one of the most desirable in 
this mountain resort. No more suitable place could have been 
chosen for a building of this kind. The edifice is one of the most 
attractive in this section. While possibly not so large as others, ic 
has been designed and especially constructed with an eye of com- 



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bining comfort with convenience, and since having been completed 
within the past year, its service and cuisine stands in competition 
with the larger institutions of this kind in the city. 

In connection with this hotel, Mr. Hallyburton conducts a first- 
class sample and billiard room, which, when taken into considera- 
tion that he keeps nothing but the finest brands of cigars and whis- 
kies, both imported and domestic, adds greatly to the comfort and 
wants of his numerous guests. The location of this hotel is one of 
the finest in the city, commanding, as it does, one of the most 
charming and beautiful views of the Southern Appalachian range. 
This hotel is a splendid 'structure, 'three stories high, and containing 
guest accommodations for two hundred or more. 

The service of the house is complete ; a corps of twenty-five to 
forty persons are employed in different capacities, and the guests at 
this modern hostlery will find comfort that in all respects are equal 
to the first-class ones of the country, it being the aim of the pro- 
prietor to make the Glen Rock thoroughly homelike and comfortable 
in every detail. Kind attention is devoted to guests at all times, 
and nothing is omitted necessary to their comfort. Particular care 
is given to the kitchen. Substantials and well cooked meals are 
generally prpvided for. 

Passengers arriving on the late trains may rely upon receiving 
polite and careful attention. 

Mr. Hallyburton has a wide range of practical experience, and is 
thoroughly educated in the art of hotel keeping, and represents one 
of our most substantial citizens ; while the location of his house is 
surrouded bythe matchless panorama of the mountains of Western 
North Carolina, in all the varying aspects of atmospheric change 
peculiar to this health-giving locality. 



CORTLAND BROS, 

Notaries Public, Real Estate Brokers and Investment Agents, 
24 and 26 Patton Avenue, Second Floor. 

Throughout the various line of progress and improvement to Ashe- 
ville none have been more imperative and marked than the pro- 
visions made for the convenient and prompt transaction of real 
estate matters, so essential to the commerce and business transac- 
tions of this city, and among those as an auxiliary of great impor- 
tance is the firm of Messrs. Cortland Bros. The nature of whose 
business we proclaim in the caption of this article. 



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These gentlemen are originally from the " Monumental City," and 
came to Asheville about twenty years ago and have been engaged in 
the real estate and investment business in this and adjoining 
territory during a great portion of that period. 

The real estate man is strictly an American institution. The 
word " Boom " is not understood across the water and in this great 
country, the two are so clearly allied as to render the one impossible 
without the other. 

In most business it is generally conceded that it is a point requi- 
site in trade that a purchaser knows what he wants, but with the 
real estate man his peculiar knowledge and qualifications renders 
such ideas redundant. He must know exactly what his customer 
wants, and moreover must have at least a half dozen places that will 
suit him. In connection with the business of buying and selling 
real estate, they make a specialty of negotiations, collecting rent and 
taking charge of the property of customers generally. 

These gentlemen solicit orders to buy and sell property of all kinds 
which will be given the closest attention, also investments security 
placed on real estate at eight per cent, interest per annum. 

Messrs. Cortland are gentlemen of sound judgment in realty 
matters and also experienced civil and mining engineers, having 
learned its rudimental principles in the " Royal Academy of 
Mines," Frieberg, Germany, and the energy and pluck exhibited in 
the several lines in this community and the success they have 
achieved is a guarantee that all business left in their hands will be 
carried to a successful issue. 



B. H. COSBY, 

Successor to A. Cowan, Fine Jewelry and Optical Goods, No. 27 
Patton Avenue. 

A fact that is of universal knowledge, and one possibly that will 
be of surprise to many, is that the value of gold and silver plate, in- 
cluding articles of adornment, under the comprehensive title of 
"Jewelry," exceed by more than 50 per cent, of the coin of the 
various nations of the earth. In view of this fact it becomes evi- 
dent that the sale of those articles embraced under the title of 
jewelry becomes an important factor in the commerce of the world. 
To successfully conduct this business it requires ability of a high 
order and artistic taste, such as are requisite in the few industrial pur- 
suits. The establishment conducted by Mr. Cosby had its inception 



in this city about thirty-five years ago, but has, for the past few- 
years, been operated by its present owner to the satisfaction of a 
large number of patrons. 

This firm carries a splendid assortment of diamonds, watches of 
all grades, fine solid and plated silverware, cutlery, knives and 
jewelry of every description, and also artistic engraving and re- 
pairing promptly attended to. At the same time any article not 
in stock will be furnished on short notice. 

We notice among his assortment many stylish pieces in solid 
silver and gold, which are exceedingly popular with the more cul- 
tured and intelligent people ; but all parties are enabled to select 
from his stock according to the caprices and capacities of their 
purses, thus ensuring to his patrons the most perfect satisfaction, 
which is highly worthy the attention of all admirers of the 'beau- 
tiful in art. 

Mr. Cosby personally is obliging and courteous, and in every in- 
stance fulfils all promises made to his patrons. 



THE ASHEVILLE LUMBER AND MF'G CO. 

"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Lumber, Manufacturers of Build- 
ing Material of all kinds. Office and yards at Old Passenger 
Depot, near C. E. Graham Mf'g Co. Telephone 9. 

The rapid and almost unparallelled amount of building in this 
city and suburban towns within the past few years has made the 
lumber and building material business one of the most important 
in the community, and large shipments of Lumber, Sash, Doors and 
Blinds are daily received from the lumber districts, which are often 
inadequate to supply the demands. A majority of the buildings are 
of the best class, requiring a high grade of material in their con- 
struction. 

The Asheville Lumber. Mf'g Co., composed of President W. B. 
Marx, Manager E. S. Clayton have been engaged in the lumber 
business for a long time, and occupy extensive yards near the C. E. 
Graham Mf'g Co. Their carefully selected stock embraces a full line 
of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Flooring, Ceiling and all kind of 
building material known to this very important line of industry, in- 
cluding everything that enters into the building business and is of 
the .finest grades to rneet the demands for first-class material. Their 
stock is undoubtedly one of the largest and requires an outlay of a 
large amount of capital. 



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Their line of building material is extensive and complete, and using 
a force of 25 hands with numerous wagons constantly employed in 
carrying on the business, which is daily increasing in extent. The 
Company is well known and enjoy the confidence of the builders 
and architects of our city. Mr. Marx, president, devotes his entire 
attention to this business, and their aim is to retain the reputation 
they have succeeded in building up, and in every particular with 
completion of stock the highest grade of material carried. Mr. W. 
B. Marx, the corner-stone of this establishment and general facto- 
tem of the business, is a native of the splendid old State of Pennsyl- 
vania and came to Asheville about three years ago and immediately 
entered into the lumber business, during which time he has shown 
a thorough knowledge of his particular line, and enjoys the entire 
confidence of the business community, and by energy and executive 
ability has aided this establishment in building up trade that is a 
credit to the city and an eminent pride to themselves, hence further 
comment would be superfluous. 



JAS. H. LOUGHRAN, 

Liquor, Wine and Cigar Merchant and Proprietor of the only 
strictly White Man's Bar in the State Main and Eagle Streets, 
Down Stairs. 

What ever views may be entertained relative to the use of alco- 
holic malt beverages it is generally conceded by both high and low 
that wherever used it is an important and essential desideratum, 
that they should be pure and free from adulterations, hence, in this 
connection it is but fitting that we give this firm pre-eminent men- 
tion for a special brand of goods of this class, which they name, 
"Standard Old Corn," which is most carefully yeasted, mashed, 
fermented and distilled from the invaluable health giving chaly- 
beate waters and choice corn peculiar to the famous mountain 
districts of this splendid old State, and ripened in heated ware 
houses and aged by the latest and best process. The tonic properties 
of the oxide of iron and their allied salts formed in the water from 
this liquid which distilled render it unequaled as a rejuvinator and 
strengthener to the debilitated and the weak. It is absolutely pure 
and free from fusel oil and is recommended as safe and beneficial as 
a medicinal agent in the various lung and pulmonary troubles and is 
prescribed frequently by leading physicians of the State. It is highly 
colored, which is due to the presence of iron from the mineral 



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waters, and this special braud i# worth your attention and is sold 
only by Mr. Longhran. 

In addition to the above leading brands this house keeps constantly 
in stock, fine Champagnes, Cliquots, Rhoderers, Piper Heidsick, 
Mumm's plain and Extra Dry Claret, Port, Dry Sherry for family use, 
also pure Sacramental Wine, Imported and domestic Brands 
Gins, Rums, Cordials, and pure old Sour Mash, hand made and 
Bourbon Whiskies, Havana and domestic Cigars. 

The premises occupied by this gentleman with tbe goods carried 
combines one of the most attractive saloons in the City. The char- 
acter of this establishment's proprietor stands surety for the satis- 
faction of its customers and a constantly increasing patronage is 
evidence of its growing popularity, aad the strict attention to 
business in all its details. 

With the name implied "The White Man's Bar" allows this 
concern an enviable position among its compeers. 

Mr. Loughran personally is genial, generous and genuine. 



A. R. COOLEY- 

Grocer, Fresh Meats and Country Produce. No. 45 South Main 
Street. (Tel. 70.) 

In our review of the resources and mercantile interests of Ashe- 
ville the grocery and meat business is entitled to special mention 
owing to its general magnitude in supplying the daily wants of the 
community, with goods essential to life and its preservation. 
Among the livest grocers and produce men on the South Side is that 
of Mr. Cooley who is a native of the good old Yankee State of 
Michigan, but came to Asheville about seven years ago and estab- 
lished himself in business and has by his methodical habits, courtesy 
and genial manner particularly adapted to the business in which he 
is engaged, succeeded in building up a patronage that is well worthy 
his strenuous efforts to please and satisfy a cosmopolitan commu- 
nity. 

This gentlemen carries constantly in stock the most desirable 
articles for table use including a splendid grade of fresh meat of all 
kinds and kept in one of the most convenient and improved refrig- 
erators. 

Mr. Cooley's stand is within easy access to all parts of the City, 
and any orders left with this house will receive prompt and imme- 
diate attention. 



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Including a first class grade of goods previously enumerated Mr. 
Cooley has on hand the choicest line of green and black teas, coffees, 
spices, pickles, canned goods of all kinds, and domestic and imported 
cigars. This gentleman runs two delivery wagons, employs a num- 
ber of clerks, and no where in the city can one find a more desirable 
stock from which to select. 

Personally Mr. Cooley is highly esteemed by a wide circle of 
acquaintances, and by a fair and honorable manner of conducting 
his business he is justly entitled to the large patronage he receives. 




GEORGE A. SORRELLS, 

Proprietor 'Eagle" Saloon, Popular Dealer in Whiskies, Brandies, 
Wines, Ale, Porter, Beer, Cigars and Tobacco, &c, 23 South 
Main Street. 

Occupying a very important and prominent place in the extensive 
catalogue of wine and whiskey dealing, and recognized as one of the 
most desirable places to obtain requirements of this kind, embracing 
a line of superior wine and liquor distillments, we unhesitatingly 
pronounce that of Mr. Sorrells, in his new and handsomely fitted 
up premises on South Main street, as the place to visit and receive 
any article in this line your sociability, constitution or imagination 
may call for. It has been frequently said and generally reputed to be 
a genuine fact, if there is a class of people who are ever generous, 
both in heart and purse, it is truly that of the saloon dealer, and 
very much like many drummers who lug a grip from year to year, 
gets nothing and pays well for it. 

Tbis gentleman commenced business in Asheville some seven or 
eight years ago, and has, from close attention to business and fair 
dealing to all, succeeded in establishing himself well in the high 
opinion of his friends and patrons generally. 

The importance of the liquor trade in our city can hardly be over- 
estimated, employing as it does hundreds of dollars, and occupation 
to many deserving men, and should be appreciated, which shows by 
a clientage of some of our most influential and wealty citizens. 

This establishment, which is one of the most inviting in the city, 



IF you wish to Buy or Sell Real Estate of any 
description, Rent your House, Insure your Life or 
Property, make no mis cake, you can do so to the 
best advantage with us. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and xo McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



IF you wish to Buy or Sell Real Estate ot any 
- description, Rent your House, Insure your Life or 
Property, make no mistake, you can do so to the 
best advantage with us. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Pattern Ave., Asheville, N. C* 



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carries constantly in stock a great variety of whiskies, brandies, 
both foreign and domestic, wines, ale, porter and beer on draught 
and also in bottles, for family use, including choice brands of cigars 
and making a specialty of L. Weiss & Co.'s fine rye, also McBrayer 
and " Old Charter," either of which brands are guaranteed as abso- 
lutely pure. 

Mr. Sorrells is a gentleman of the strictest probity, and will insure 
all patrons of his establishment most kind and courteous treatment. 
His assistants, Messrs. Jno. Young, and others, are jolly, good fellows, 
and will be sure to treat you with courtesy and hospitality. 



T. J. REVELL, 

Dealer in Groceries, Hay, Grain, Feed, Wood and Willow-ware, 
Tobacco, Cigars and Provisions, No. 38 North Main Street. 

Probably no one thing would more impress on the public mind an 
adequate idea of the importance and size of Asheville than the 
enumerations of our retail trade, under the comprehensive title as 
given above. The subject of this sketch, Mr. T. J. Revell, who is a 
native of the " Crown City of the Mountains," started in this line 
of business less than one year ago, and though a young man, is gradu- 
ally taking rank in business ability with some of our more aged and 
experienced business men, and the exigencies of this a modern civil- 
ization calls for the services of men of aptitude and energy, which 
is readily perceived in the course pursued by this gentleman, who is 
highly honored for his good business sense and unwavering in- 
tegrity. 

Mr. Revell has in stock a grade of goods which go to make up its 
particular line, necessary comforts, both for the human and animal 
kingdom. 

The business premises occupied by this establishment are well 
arranged, and contain a large stock of groceries, hay, grain, feed, 
&c, including a large and varied assortment of wood and willow- 
ware, cigars, tobacco, &c, which will be sold in competition and 
prices to meet the times and changes of dealers in a similar line. 

Mr. Revell is a pleasant and courteous gentleman, and we take 
pleasure in recommending him to your kindly consideration when 
wanting any article in this line. 



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UNION TEA COMPANY, 

Importers of Tea, and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ornamen- 
tal and useful Japanese Work, GIBSON & CONWAY, Proprie- 
tors, 52 South Main Street. 

It is one of the features of a metropolitan city to have each line of 
enterprise, or those that, by their very production, uses and nature 
are similar, conducted separately, being in diverse ways an improve- 
ment on the old-fashioned medley system, while its decidedly 
noticeable that from these houses that only handle distinctive arti- 
cles we get much purer and nicer goods. 

Among the houses of recent establishment, it is our pleasure to 
call attention to this Company, whose name is the caption of this 
article. 

The firm has recently undergone a change, and is now composed 
of Mr. D. E. Gibson, formerly of the Keystone State, and Mr. A. W 
Conway, who is a native of the Old Dominion State of Virginia/who 
are doubtless gentlemen of clever discernment and business ability. 
The premises occupied have been newly refitted and refurnished 
with expensive and complete machinery for the successful conduct 
of this line of trade. 

The stock embraces the very highest grades of teas, spices, coffees , 
green and roasted, baking powder, which, for purity and excellence 
of quality, cannot be excelled in this section. They make also a 
specialty of both ornamental and useful Japanese work of all kinds, 
which are groupe'd in iigures and arranged side by side in artistic 
and bewildering confusion. 

We call particular attention to the latter named articles, of which 
they have gone to much pains and expense to putting before the 
trade, an exceptionally beautiful line of goods suitable for the holi- 
day season, which are calculated to meet the wants of all classes of 
people. This house, while only of recent inception, has already, 
through a system of perfect representation, and selling superior 
goods, a trade of no ordinary dimensions. We predict for this house 
a prosperous career, knowing the strict code of equity and honorable 
dealing upon which they will operate. 

Messrs. Gibson & Conway are winning many patrons by their 
attractive premises and many superior goods in this the •' Gem City 
of the Mountains." They offer to their many customers a superior 
quality of fresh roasted coffee every Monday morning. This is a 
special feature of their line, and for deliciousness of flavor is unsur- 
passed. In addition to this they have recently received a large im- 
portation of the celebrated Ceylon tea, a trial of which will prove a 



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potent elixir to the jaded nerves, and will bring exhilaration and 
succor to the impoverished body, together with that Elysian balm 
whose soothing effect makes one forget one's future cares. 



THE P. A DEMENS WOOD WORKING CO. 

Near Passenger Depot, Asheville, N. C. Telephone No. 26. 

The magnitude of the interests involved in this branch of in- 
dustry have an important bearing upon the welfare of a community, 
and are well illustrated in Asheville. In this city thousands of 
dollars of capital are invested. Expensive buildings are erected, 
expensive machinery put in them, and steady employment is given 
to a large number of hands. In this connection, special mention is 
made of this Company, who began active operations in this city 
about one year ago. 

The works of the Company are located about one mile from the 
city, and are manufacturers of and large dealers in all kinds of 
dressed lumber, doors, sash, blinds, mouldings, stair work, mantels, 
bank and bar fixtures, and all kinds of building material— making a 
specialty of hard wood lumber work. 

The code by which this business is transacted is one of equity and 
integrity. Some idea of the importance and extent of this business 
can be seen from a concise mention of these works. 

The Company is composed of P. A. Demens, President ; F. S. 
Chapman, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Few establishments, similar to this, surpass it in proportions and 
completeness of its process and arrangement. 

The gentlemen representing this enterprise possess superior finan- 
cial and executive ability and are well versed in their business, while 
each department is carefully looked after by those in direct charge 
of this establi>hment, and are not only a source of credit to the city, 
but a monument to the ability of its officials and management. 



WENCESLAUS TAUCHEN. 

Fine Merchant Tailoring. 65 South Main Street, under Swannannoa 

Fotel. 

Among those industries that always keeps pace with the progress 
of the times and seasons, there are none more worthy of liberal 
notice than the gentleman whose card forms the caption of this 
article, 



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At the present day, no one who has a proper regard for neatness of 
style and perfectly fitting clothing, will not fail to patronize those 
whose experience and adaptation is to merchant tailoring. 

In this connection, we refer to the establishment, of recent in- 
ception, of W. Tauchen, who is a Bohemian by birth. Mr. Tauchen 
speaks fluently, six different languages, which are. Bohemian, 
German, English, French, Italian and Spanish, and, doubtless, 
will score a success in his new domain. 

He came to this country about a year ago from Buenos Ayres, Argen- 
tine Republic, where he was employed as cutter from Paris, and 
landing at Philadelphia, he immediately secured a position as 
leading costume cutter in the famous establishment of Wanamaker 
& Brown, but finding a change of climate necessary, he was advised 
to come to Asheville ; in consequence of such he decided to embark 
into his present business, where he is conveniently located at 65 South 
Main Street. 

Mr. Tauchen constitutes one of our new additions to the mer- 
cantile trade, and we bespeak for him a liberal patronage. As a 
proof of his ability in this line, he holds letters of recommendation 
for his efficiency from the famous Parisian establishments of John 
Hendrey and Robert Cumberland. 

His stock embraces the newest fall styles of clothes, direct from 
the looms of London, Paris and Berlin, which he is prepared to sell 
by the piece or make to order in the last styles, guaranteeing in 
every case a perfect fit ; also, repairing and cleaning neatly and 
quickly done. 

This gentleman displays superior workmanship, and by close 
attention to business and fair dealings to all, he is fast establishing 
himself in the good estimation of every patron who favors him with 
a call. 



REVELL & WAGNER, 

Successors to Kopp & Lichtenberger, Staple and Fancy Groceries, 
No. 28 Patbon Avenue. 

Possibly there cannot be found in a city anywhere, the size of 
Asheville, wherein so much energy and enterprise is manifested in 
this line of business. 

It would be at this time difficult to conjecture fate of nucleus de- 
signed to a citv, if the irrepressible groceryman should not be fos- 
tered within her gates. But he is a fixture within the gates of all 
powerful cities, and for all times. 



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Messrs. Re veil & Wagner are young men of fine business ability, 
ample means, and are recent additions to this essential line of mer- 
cantile progress. These gentlemen have been engaged in various 
pursuits in this city for a number of years, and their conduct in the 
commercial world has been of such a tenor as to place them in the 
front rank of importance to the welfare of the community, and are 
fully alive to the interests of edibles for the table use. The firm com- 
prises Messrs O. D. Revell, for some time past a resident of this city, 
but whose nativity is recorded in the Palmetto State, and Mr. J. L. 
Wagner, who represents, originally, Tennessee, but has also resided 
in Asheville for several years past. These gentlemen are steadily 
nurturing large friendships and a splendid patronage, and we desire 
to call the attention of our readers to the large stock of Fancy and 
Staple Groceries carried by this house, which includes sugar at re- 
finery prices, coffee of superior flavor, roasted on the premises daily 
and ground for every customer, which is an important feature of 
their business. They also carry a large stock of fancy pickles, con- 
diments, spices and various kinds of table supplies, making a spe- 
cialty of choice imported goods, and are sole agents for superlative 
flour, the "premium brand of America;" also, Skillman's fine 
cakes and crackers, and many other delicacies belonging to this line 
of business, and regarding the quality, prices and splendid induce- 
ments offered by this energetic Arm, we are pleased to mention them. 
Their house is located at 28 Patton Avenue, the line of goods carried 
is comprehensive and complete, and the firm deal both at whole- 
sale and retail, and customers will find in many cases, goods often 
being obtained cheaper here than elsewhere, and we feel justified in 
saying that those who form trading relations with this house will 
feel no cause for regret. 



E. F. HINES, 

Successor to C. F. Penniman & Co., also, Successor to E. V. Jones, 
Esq., Deceased. P. 0. Box 536. 

The line of trade prosecuted by Mr. Hines has, within a few years, 
reached a phenominal development. Men of capital, and rare good 
business judgment early embarked in this department of commercial 
life, and having an unusually excellent field, took hold in earnest. 
They were not content to occupy the narrow scope of a limited trade, 
but with true Southern energy are pushing the widening circle of 
their commerce far out into the adjacent territory. 



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Among the representative men engaged in the manufacturing and 
wholesale and retail dealing in harness, saddles, blankets, lap covers, 
<kc, we mention Mr. E. F. Hines, who is a native of Alabama and 
came to this city about one year ago and succeeded the firm of E. 
V. Jones in the above line of business, whose location is at No. 34 
North Main Street, and is one of the leading establishments of the 
kind in tbe city. 

In conjunction with this business on a large scale, the premises of 
this firm, located at College Street, in rear of the Grand Central Ho- 
tel, and occupying one of the largest warerooms in this section, 
which is completely filled with Piedmont and Tennessee Wagons, 
Cortland Wagon Co.'s Wagons and Buggies, McCormick Harvest- 
ing Machine , Newark Machine Co.'s Empire Thresher and Clover 
Huller, Thomas' celebrated Hay Rakes, Bickford & Huffman's 
drills ; also Hamilton Buggies. Mr. Hines is also special sole agent in 
this section for all the above Wagons and Machinery, and in addition 
to a large local trade this firm is in a position to offer dealers at a dis- 
tance close prices in jobs or quantity, of the articles we have enu- 
merated, and in many cases offers inducements to outside parties 
which cannot be duplicated anywhere in the State. 

Mr. Hines commenced business about one year ago, during which 
time, by close attention to business, coupled with a large experience 
in these branches of industry, has succeeded in building up a trade 
of no small dimensions. 

The premises occupied at either point are centrally located, and 
large and well adapted to the business in which this gentleman is 
engaged, and well merits the large patronage controlled by him. 

Mr. Hines personally is affable, and enjoys a high standing in com- 
mercial circles. 



BLAIR & BROWN, 

Furniture Dealers and Undertakers, opposite Blair's Old Stand, 32 
Patton Avenue. Telephone 75. 

Among those firms that are showing a marked degree of enterprise 
in this particular line is the firm whose trade is proclaimed in the 
heading of these remarks, and none takes precedence of this estab- 
lishment as dealers in all kinds of furniture and experienced under- 
takers, which class of business does not constitute a less solid and 
important basis of our community, than the handling of arti- 
cles which come under this comprehensive title of furniture and 
household requisites. 



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The gentlemen composing this firm, Messrs. W. A. Blair and J. V 
Brown, are well known in this section, and are both natives of this 
State. They occupy one of the most prominent stands in the city, 
and keep constantly in stock a great variety of furniture of various 
grades and prices, and enjoy a patronage second to none in the city, 
and are progressive business men and public-spirited citizens, and 
well deserving the support and encouragement of the public. 




W. P. BLANTON & CO. 



Livery, Boarding and Sales Stables, No. 15 South Water Street, 
near Patton Avenue. 

It is well, in recording the various industries of any community, 
to give more than passing notice to any firms or individuals in any 
particular department of industry or calling, who have achieved 
high position through the force of native ability, enterprise and 
energy ; hence we refer with positive importance to the stables of 
W. P. Blanton & Co., whose location is central, and stable one of the 
foremost in the city, which we can, without fear of contradiction, 
state that the above is one of the representative institutions of this 
metropolis. 

There is no enterprise in a city of more importance than a well 
equipped livery and sales stables. The stables occupied by this Com- 
pany are very large and commodious, being Avell ventilated, and 
having all modern improvements and accessories for the perfection 
of this business. The stock consists of about thirty riding and 
driving horses, among which there are some that are not excelled in 
the State. Also a large number of rigs, including carriages, landaus, 
buggies, hacks, phtetons, petite busses, dog carts, &c. 

The gentlemen representing this business are, Messrs. W. P. Blan- 
ton and M. W. Daggett, both originally from this State. This busi- 



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ness bad its inception less than two years, since which time these 
gentlemen, by close attention to the wants of the public, have suc- 
ceeded in building up an influential patronage. 

This firm are old veterans in this line of trade, and with long ex- 
perience it enables them to keep on hand only the finest and most 
stylish riding and driving animals and at moderate rates. 

At this place saddle and carriage horses may be secured on short 
notice, and special facilities are theirs for supplying teams to large 
parties, and carriages for shopping, calling or balls. The popularity 
of this firm is easily accounted for by the fact that their horses are 
handsome and speedy, and their rigs comfortable and stylish. These 
gentlemen also board horses at moderate rates, and have, in connec- 
tion with their establishment, an extensive sale department. 

Personally they are pleasant and popular with all. 



L. SWICEGOOD, 

Willow Street, near Sv/annanoa Hotel, Carriage and Sign Painter- 
Paper Hanger, and Dealer in Wall Papers. 

The business of sign writer, designer and ornamentor is one not 
only requiring skill and judgment, but also highly developed artistic 
taste, as it embodies more than mechanical work. 

Among the pioneers in this city thus engaged, none are more 
prominent than Mr. L. Swicegood, whose premises are located at 
No. 2 Willow street, which is provided with all the conveniences 
necessary for the successful conduct of the business. 

Mr. Swicegood established himself in this business in 1870. His 
superior skill soon secured for him a lucrative patronage. We see in 
this city and others many fine signs as a result of his talent, and as 
an ornamental sign writer has not a compeer in this section, and be- 
yond a doubt is not paled in the South. While he also attends to 
ornamental painting and to interior decorations, and as a designer 
in this line is unexcelled, blending colors in such a skilful manner, 
as to produce beautiful effect. 

This gentleman also deals largely in wall paper, and always has 
on hand a large and varied assortment in the newest and most beau- 
tiful patterns. Evidence of his skill is amplified in this and many 
other cities in the South. 

Mr. Swicegood is a prominent citizen of this city, and employs a 
large force of skilful assistants for his increasing trade- Personally 
he is a gentleman of courteous manners, and his talent, together 
with energy and enterprise, justly entitle him to the great measure 
of success accorded him. 



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'E oifer for sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



TT7E offer for sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
V V tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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W. H, MARTIN, 

Fashionable Hair Cutter and Tonsorial Artist. No. 60 South Main 

Street. 

The human face has often been called divine, and the modern bar- 
ber has chief charge of it. 

Joseph, the Hebrew captive, confined in prison upon the false 
charge of Potiphar's wife, is finally summoned to appear before 
Pharaoh and shaves and washes himself preparatory, and this is the 
first account of this operation we have, although it is likely a much 
more ancient custom than this record shows, Several hundred 
years ago in England the barbers' calling included teeth drawing, 
and other dental service, nail paring, leeching, bleeding, cupping, 
and various surgical service, and a striped pole with red twined 
upon a white background was indicative of the trade. Now the 
business has narrowed down to shaving, cutting, and the male 
toilet of oiling, combing and brushing, with the addition of pow- 
ders, perfumes, shampooing, &c, and it must be admitted that cmite 
as much as the tailor, so the '• barber makes the man," at least his 
appearance, and right royally is it done. The humblest citizen now 
enters a magnificent shop replete with mirrors and fragrant with 
perfumes, seats himself in an elegant chair, a sort of a plush throne, 
and for the trifling sum of 12j cents has that hirsute hair of his, 
rough and grizzly and hairy as Calabaus, transformed into the 
smooth white and handsome phiz of a Nineteenth Century dude ; 
surely there are' great protean changes wrought in a barber's chair, 
consequently we have a large field for the business in this '' Queen 
City," and the business is strictly cash and all the year round, so 
we direct all tourists, pleasure-seekers, residents— city and country- 
men—to go by all means to the genuine old ante-bellum darkey — 
Martin, the Protege. 



BOSTIC BROS & WRIGHT, 
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes and Hats. 

The above named Dry Goods House, located at 11 N. Main street, 
is another of the most popular and successful business firms of 
Asheville. In 1875 the Bostic Bros, entered into the mercantile 
business at Shelby, N. C. 

With scant means, but as an exponent of enterprise, industry and 
clever discernment they were not long in becoming identified as 
the representative business men of that community. 
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In 1882 Mr. E. H. Wright became partner, making the present 
firm. By pursuing manufacturing and various courses of mercantile 
industries they soon began to gain power and affluence, which rap- 
idly steered them to success and prestige in the commercial world. 
They remained in business at this point for some time subse- 
quent, and in various ways subserved the interests of that gradu- 
ually growing community. 

When Mr J. B. Bostic, of this firm, came to this city in search of 
investment, while possessing keen discernment and fine natural 
ability he took hold of what seemed uncertain gains, but which by 
smooth management and close attention to business he has aug- 
mented his firm in taking the front rank among our leading pros- 
perous establishments. The inception of this firm took place about 
two years ago as successors to the old establi shed house of Brevard & 
Blanton, since which time these gentlemen have steadily increased 
and enlarged their business until now it is not surpassed by any sim- 
ilar institution in this section. 

The premises occupied by this firm are commodious and conve- 
nient and include the ground and upper floor, which in dimensions 
are 30x125 feet each and completely filled with a select stock of dry 
goods, boots, shoes, hats and caps in endless varieties and latest 
styles. The interior presents an attractive appearance, with a rare 
and tasty display of the richest fabrics, together with every class of 
dress goods and staple articles. 

The house gives employment to a large clerical force, who are ex- 
perienced in this business, and are obliging and polite. The gentle- 
men composing this firm are Messrs J. B. & J. T. Bostic, natives of 
this State, while Mr. E. H. Wright represents by birth the "Pal- 
metto State." They are respectively 34, 37 and 39 years of age. The 
business is under the successful management of Mr. Wright, who 
thoroughly knows how to cater to the wants of a trading public. 

The favor with which this house has been received by the public 
is a splendid tribute to their genius as merchants and business men. 
As previously mentioned these gentlemen started out in a moderate 
way, but in the brief space of a few years have built up a trade sec- 
ond to none in this section. 

This store from 10 A. M. to 6 P. M. presents a busy scene, when it 
is thronged with gaily dressed ladies examining goods and making 
purchases. 

Their fall stock is now elaborate in every detail, embracing every 
article of the newest and most fashionable styles, including fine 
dress goods for ladies especially. 

The curb is lined with handsome carriages, many of them in charge 
of liveried coachmen. Goods are displayed with wonderful good taste, 



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the arrangement being artistic and pleasing to the eye. The store is a 
favorite with the best classes of ladies. The uniform courtesy and 
the eminent fair dealing accorded them, claiming their highest con- 
sideration and receiving their friendship and most liberal support. 



CHARLES H. CAMPBELL, 

Manufacturer and Wholesale Shippers of the " Queen " Brand of 
Ginger Ale, Soda and Mineral Waters. Factory No. 217 
Haywood Street. P. 0. Box 284. 

If such information was accessible it would be surprising, not to 
say astonishing, to know what a comparatively few people not di- 
rectly interested in the traffic have any comprehension of the im- 
mense amount of capital invested in the manufacture in this coun- 
try of beverages described in this article, nor readily comprehend 
the number of persons to whom employment is given, and the con- 
sequent magnitude of the transactions of those houses making a 
specialty of this how important branch of industry. 

It is therefore eminently fitting to present to our numerous read- 
ers a concise sketch of the predominent house of this kind in Ashe- 
ville. The location occupied by Mr Campbell is in an eligible por- 
tion of the city and particularly so for this line of trade, at No. 217 
West Haywood street, forming, as it does, one of the most complete 
works of the kind in the South, the buildings covering a large 
space of ground, and are constructed with an eye to all convenience 
and commodity touching this class of manufacture. This building 
is very conveniently divided into several departments, such as 
bottling, storage and generator rooms, while it is equipped through- 
out with all appliances and machinery necessary to the extensive 
prosecution of the business, and withal is one of the most complete 
works in this section of the country. The manufacture of ginger 
ale is here carried on to perfection, and is made a specialty of. 

This factory gives employment to ten or fifteen hands, and has a 
manufacturing capacity of 500 dozen per day of ten hours. In 
addition this firm furnishes all the drug stores with portable foun- 
tains and supplies the entire trade of the city, and ships largely to all 
surrounding towns in this State and vicinity. 

Mr. Campbell came to Asheville from New York about four 
years ago, and by a superior executive ability has succeeded in 
building up a trade both large and lucrative. 

Among the thriving manufacturing and business operations of 



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this rapidly growing city few are deserving more liberal recognition 
for substantial character and progressive operations than this estab- 
lishment, and there could not be found a gentleman more capable of 
conducting an enterprise of such proportions with greater success 
than Mr. Campbell. 



THE WESTERN HOTEL. 
Dr. L. B. McBrayer, Proprietor. 

There is no City in the Union more noted for its attractions as a 
health and pleasure resort or more widely known for its superior hos- 
telries than Asheville, and in a general write up of her business pos- 
sessions she would be incomplete without calling especial attention to 
the management and thorough accommodations of the old popular 
Western Hotel. The length of time this house has been in successful 
operation is plain evidence of the large and appreciative patronage 
controlled by the present proprietor, Dr. McBrayer, who is always 
courteous and obliging and gives constant care for the comfort and 
convenience of his guests. 

The Western is located in the very centre of the City and in this 
regard offers superior attractions being readily accessible to all 
business portions of the City, and directly on a line of the Electric 
Railway, Post Office, Court House and other public buildings, in 
fact this location is one of the most select in Asheville. This hotel 
was established many years ago but has been under the management 
of its present proprietor for the past four or five years during which 
time it has undergone many improvements, and has since catered to 
a most desirable class of custom. 

Forty to fifty handsomely and newly furnished rooms, large, airy 
and comfortable are reserved for guests. The dining-room is neat 
and homelike, the cooking and service unsurpassed and the entire 
establishment throughout is first class. The building is a handsome 
structure and the halls and sleeping apartments are furnished with 
all modern improvements known to this line of business. The 
proprietor is a gentleman of push and vim and is bound to succeed 
in any enterprise he embarks in, doing at all times anything and 
everything in his power to make the patrons of the house feel at 
home and happy, and it is through this genial and affable manner 
that has gained him so much esteem and patronage and it is with 
great pleasure we are enabled thus to write of this house and to de- 
vote to them the space in this work so richly deserved. 

In this connection also we mention Dr. McBrayer. as one of the 
prominent and learned members of the medical profession of Ashe- 



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ville, graduated with high honors from the Louisville Ky. Medical 
College, one of the oldest institutions of the kind in the South and 
is regarded by a constituancy as an able exponent of the profession. 



T. S. MORRISON. 

General Merchandising, Clothing, Groceries, Produce &c, 531 Hay- 
wood Street, at old Depot. 

Among the most widely known and successful firms identified 
with the progress and welfare of this city and county, is Mr. T. S. 
Morrison, a native of Buncombe, Co., and a pioneer of Western 
North Carolina. 

This gentleman has been for a long time a prominent factor in 
various lines that go to augment the growtb and progress of this 
beautiful " Queen City," and is well known in social and commer- 
cial circles for his business integrity. 

The location of the mercantile establishment of this gentleman is 
at 531 Haywood Street near the C. E. Graham Mnfg. Co., where is 
conducted on a large scale trades embracing general merchandise, 
clothing, groceries, produce &c. 

This business is managed by Mr. Osborne, a gentleman of a cour- 
teous and obliging disposition. Mr. Morrison is also agent for W. 
N. C, for the Shockoe Ground Nova Scotia Plaster, Buena Vista 
Plaster and fertilizers. P. O. Box 402 and office over A. D. Cooper's 
North Court Square. 

This includes one of the representative business men of Asheville 
and is widely known for his unswerving honor and sound business 
talents. 



NOAH MURROUGH. 

Restaurant and Short Order House, No. 7 Patton Avenue, down 

stairs. 

One of the best criterions to judge of the popularity or excellence 
of an eatiug-house is its patronage, and taking this as a rule, and the 
lunch room as an example, there can not be found in the city of 
Asheville, where the cravings of the inner man can be better 
satisfied, or a place more tempting, than the neatly fitted up restau- 
rant of this firm. 

The proprietor is a man of large experience in this line, having 



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for a long time been identified with a great many large cities in the 
West in this line, and every substantial and delicacy of the season 
can be found in this establishment and served in the best manner 
possible by courteous and attentive waiters. 

While this firm makes a specialty of fresh fish and oysters, every 
thing substantial is prepared and served in a manner highly satis- 
factory to its large class of patrons. 

The management, by his courteous and obliging conduct, which 
adapts him happily to the business in which he is engaged, holds 
the esteem and high regard of a large circle of patrons and friends > 
and being well thought of in commercial circles as an upright 
business citizen, we bespeak for him a continuation of such well 
merrited success. 

This restaurant also furnishes regular board by the week or month, 
and at prices commensurate with well prepared food, and at all 
hours, day and night. 



J. E. REED & CO. 

Fresh Meat of all kinds, Game, Poultry &c. North Court Square. 
Telephone No. 66. 

Among the reliable and energetic firms engaged in the meat and 
provision business of this city, none are deserving of more personal 
mention than that of Messrs. Reed & Co , whose centrally located 
business is at North Central Square. 

They carry constantly in stock a splendid line of meats, fish, game 
and poultry, and all such articles of supply belonging to the table 

The inception of this firm in business took place about one year 
ago, and has succeeded by utilizing natural ability and a system of 
honesty and integrity, in building up a trade of no mean propor- 
tions. 

This firm is composed of Wm. M. Hill and James Alexander, who 
are both men of long experience in this business, and by that 
enterprise and exhibit of those sterling qualities, which distinguish 
business men, Messrs. Reed & Co. have succeeded admirably in 
gaining a large and influential patronage. 

We unhesitatingly commend to the public as worthy of your con- 
fidence and attention when in need of anything in the above line. 
A.11 orders promptly and quickly attended to. 



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P. C. McINTIRE & BRO , 

Wholesale and Retail Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry, Oysters, 
Game, &c. No. 18 North Court Place. 

In review of the resources and industries of this city, it is of para- 
mount importance that the leading and foremost firms representing 
the lines in different sections of the city should receive mention 
commensurate with the magnitude and scope of their business, hence 
it is with pleasure we chronicle the advantages and facilities of the 
business controlled and owned by Mess. Mclntire Bros., whose large 
and well fitted up business premises are located at 18 North Court 
Place, where at all times can be found positively one of the largest 
and best assortments of fresh and salt meats to be had in this section 
of the State, while oysters, fish, poultry and game of all kinds are 
constantly kept on hand, Messrs. Mclntire having an enviable repu- 
tation for the freshness and excellence of their goods. 

Throughout the five years they have been engaged in the above- 
named business there has been a steady, constant incz'ease in their 
trade until at present they control a patronage second to none. 

They give employment to several men, and keep constantly on 
the run two wagons in delivering goods to their numerous patrons. 
These gentlemen are old residents of Atlanta, Ga , and since their 
business inception here this firm has been identified with the pro- 
gressive spirit of the "Gem City" for five years. 

Messrs. Mclntire are industrious, and possess fine business ability, 
and hold a solid position in business circles throughout this section. 

This firm makes a specialty of fine sausage meat and operate the 
largest lot of machinery in this State, thereby enabling them to ful- 
fil all requirements akin to their trade. 



THE "BOSTON" SALOON. 
Jno. O'Donnell & Co., Proprs. 39 South Main St. 

Among the firms of recent establishment in the "Electric City of 
the Mountains," and one fast achieving a splendid trade, is owned 
and operated by Messrs. Jno. O'Donnell & Co., two popular young 
men who have during a short residence in our city made many 
friends and are much esteemed by a large circle of patrons and ac- 
quaintances. 

These gentlemen opened this business to the public only a short 



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time ago; however, they needed no large recommendation as for some 
time past they had been connected with the enterprising "Carolina" 
Saloon, which gave them ample field fur showing their ability and 
making friends, which is especially demonstrated by a large and con- 
stantly growing trade contracted by them in their new premises, 
which are centrally located at 99 South Main street, whose stock con- 
sists of choice foreign and domestic whiskies, wines, ales, porters, 
cigars and tobaccos, also fine champagne, Claret, Rhine and Dry 
Wines of all the leading brands. 

If there is one branch of business that goes to complete the indus- 
tries of a cosmopolitan city like Asheville, it is that of a wine and 
liquor dealer, and in expatiating upon the usefulness and prosperous 
enterprises of this city, we call especial attention to the sample 
room conducted by these gentlemen. 

These young men have been in the saloon business for a number 
of years, and if there is one firm in the city who merit success and 
popularity, it is these young men. There is no branch of mercantile 
life in which such great energy, patience and superior knowledge of 
how to conduct a successful business is involved than that of a sa- 
loan dealer, in consequence of which we unhesitatingly pronounce 
these gentlemen artists in this particular line. 

Messrs. O'Donnell personally, manifests much consideration for 
their patrons, and are polite and obliging, and we bespeak for this 
house a prosperous trade and a successful business career. 

Trade at a distance solicited and given every possible care. 



J. N. MORGAN & CO. 

Book Sellers, Stationers and News Dealers, also Dealers in Period- 
icals, Pictures, Frames, Toys, Chromos, Gold Pens, Pencils &c. 
No. 3 Court Square. 

As an enterprise tends to enlighten and the disemination of 
knowledge together with amusement none takes rank with the 
vocation of the periodical and news dealer, a leading establishment of 
this kind is that conducted by Messrs. Morgan & Co., whose business 
premises are well adapted to the purpose for which they use thein 
when for five years they have with prominent success conducted 
this business. 

This firm carries in stock all the leading dailies and periodicals, 
works of fiction, especially the German Illustrated Magazines and 
Ladies' Works, histories, etc., stationery pens, ink, notions, &c. 



Y\ JK are State Agents for N. C. Inland & Co.'s celebrated 
»' Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of JSTew York. 
We can insure you against accident or death in the 
•'Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn." 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



ll/E are State Agents for N. C. Inland & Co. 's celebrated 
'*' Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insnrance Company of New York. 
We can insure you against accident or deatli in the 
"Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn." 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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Employment is given to several persons, among them is Mr. P. B. 
Scruggs, a most courteous and affable gentlemen. 

Messrs. Morgan & Co., are gentlemen of more than ordinary ability 
as business men and .have a thorough knowledge of the profession, 
occupying in the commercial world an enviable position of honor 
and esteem. • 

It is not our mission to institute comparisons, but to present a 
picture of this array of their chosen profession, hence we predict for 
them a liberal and equitable system of dealing towards mil patrons 
of their establishment. 




ASHEVILLE CIGAR CO. 

33 Patton Ave, Make a specialty of Special Goods. 
Third Floor. 



The manufacture of fine cigars is an industry of vast importance, 
and has engaged in it large capital and much skilled labor. 

The Asheville Cigar Co. form an important item in this line in 
Asheville. This enterprise was established about two years ago by 
Mr. R. R Porter, and has already built up a fine trade and a reputa- 
tion for fine goods of strictly first-class quality. In the manufac- 
ture of their goods they use stock from Havana, Cuba and Sumatra, 
and both for aroma and flavor the goods obtained here cannot be 
beat. 

This company gives employment to 10 or 15 skilled workmen, 
and are turning out a class of goods that cannot be exceeded any- 
where. Among the favorite 10c brands is the "Cappelia," one of 
superior quality, which is amply tested by experienced judges, and 
among the other specialties in the 5c. rank are the "13," "Time" 



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and "Warrantee," goods of unusual fine quality, and well sustains 
their popular favor. 

This is the only institution of the kind in this section and fully 
warrants the attention of all dealers and consumers. 

Mr. Porter is a native of this State and a gentleman of business 
ability, and also has for a number*of years past represented "on the 
road" the reliable hat house of C. W. Thorn & Co., Richmond, Va., 
and is highly regarded by a large circle of business men and social 
friends. 



J. L. L. SLAGLE, Proprietor, 
Stagle's Hotel, No. 91 Patton Ave. 

As a pioneer and experienced hotel man it gives us pleasure to 
make prominent mention of Mr. Stagle, who conducts a nicely 
equipped and thoroughly ordered hotel at No. 91 Patton ave. The 
premises occupied are in every sense of the word well suited for the 
purposes for which they are used. 

Throughout the entire working of this establishment can be seen 
the efficient management of the proprietor. The tables at all 
times are supplied with the best the market can afford in the matter 
of delicacies and substantiate, while patrons receive from polite and 
courteous waiters the very best attention. Mr. Slagle is a native of 
Tennessee, but has resided in this State a long time, so much so 
tbat he is thoroughly imbued and identified with North Carolina 
ideas, and knows how to conduct a hotel on modern principles. 

This hotel has long enjoyed a lucrative trade, and is well and fa- 
vorably known throughout a large territory. The splendid patron- 
age of this house is appreciated from the fact that this hotel is in a 
position to accommodate many people who come to this metropolis 
and can not afford to put up at the more expensive houses. This 
house is commodious and will accommodate 25 to 40 guests, and the 
rates are popular and within the reach of all visitors, which this 
hotel names at $1 per day and upwards. As an important feature to 
the hotel Mr. Slagle is also a prominent dealer in genex*al merchan- 
dise and produce where he is enabled at all times to supply his hotel 
with all necessary articles for table use, thereby giving his patrons 
the benefit of substantial edibles when not procurable from sources 
which other hotels are dependent upon. 

Mr. Slagle personally is courteous and obliging, and always looks 
after the comfort of his guests and accommodation of his numer- 
ous patrons, and is also the possessor of valuable property here and 
elsewhere. 



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BURNETT & HOWARD, 

Blacksmithing and Woodwork, No. College Street. Horse- 

shoeing a Specialty. 

A beautiful subject for romance and poetry is the hardy black- 
smith's chorus of the sledge hammer and anvil, and in no line of in- 
dustry is there greater necessity for skill and experieuce than in the 
above, and possessing these qualities in a marked degree is the ver- 
dict of all who are acquainted with the work of Messrs. Burnett & 
Howard. Uniting the two very important enterprises we have a 
trade prominent and useful and whose universal value can not be 
overestimated and in a historical work similar to the present de- 
serves extended reference. 

This dual enterprise was established in August last, and for thor- 
oughness of equipment, excellence of workmanship, together with 
a comprehensive and detailed knowledge of the intricacies attending 
the important business of horseshoeing and blacksmithing, this 
shop is beyond peradventure one of the most complete, and the 
work most satisfactory in the city. 

The premises occupied by this firm are elligibly located at 
College street, near Spruce. Tbe building was recently built, and is 
of brick 30x60 feet, commodious and well constructed for the pur- 
pose for which it is used. 

The firm is composed of Messrs. B. Burnett, of Missouri, and H. 
M. Howard, of North Carolina. The latter named gentleman has 
been in business in this city on South Main street for about six 
years, where he controlled a splendid trade. Mr. Burnett is also an 
experienced workman in this line, and in forming a copartnership 
under the present firm name these gentlemen represent tbe leading 
establishment of tbe city. 

Thev make a specialty of horseshoeing and buggy repairing. 

The firm takes front place among its many competitors and 
for the honest and trusty manner in which their business is con- 
ducted can be unreservedly commended to tbeir increasing popular- 
ity. 



M. SWARTZBERG, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Dry Goods and General Merchan- 
dise, and making a Specialty of Clothing and Gentlemen's Fur- 
nishing Goods, No. 10 Patton Avenue. 

After Adam and Eve's miserable failure to cover their shame with 
fig leaves, it is recorded that the Master of Heaven and earth con- 
descended to fashion their garments, and make them coats of skins 



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with which to be clothed. This is high dignity for the clothing 
trade, but certain it is that the fashions of that trade rules the world 
of civilization to-day. No feature of modern progress in the scale 
of human development is more marked than the matter of raiment. 
Lord Chesterfield it was who held that correct taste in wearing ap- 
parel was a sure index to high mental development, and if this be so 
then Asheville is surely the centre of intelligence, for no city in the 
South of its size has more complete clothing establishments than 
Mr. M. Swartzberg in his splendid emporium at 10 Patton Avenue, 
who will set the styles also for the lesser lights in this line. 

Mr. Swartsberg receives goods daily from New York auction 
houses, and carries constantly in stock a class of goods that cannot 
be duplicated, as to styles and prices, in this section. 

This gentleman goes early to market, and thereby secures the first 
selection of goods which are always the newest, and in consequence 
of which he is in a position to offer inducements to a great many 
buyers which should attract your attention at once. 

Mr. Swartzberg came to this city about two years ago and opened a 
business at North Main Street, but finding his trade largely increas- 
ing he at once sought more commodious quarters, and is now located 
at No. 10 Patton Avenue, with greater facilities for a more lucra- 
tive trade. 

In his present premises we will call attention, in addition to his 
splendid line of clothing, a complete stock of Dry Goods and No- 
tions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, of the newest importation, 
and in styles that should at once command the attention of all fas- 
tidious people. 

This gentleman is a native of Germany, and was formerly in this 
line of business at Anderson, S. C, where he was regarded in com- 
mercial circles as a gentleman of business ability and integrity. 

He makes also a specialty of Gents' and Ladies' Underwear, 
which, when compared with other prices and considering the qual- 
ity, are not to be rivalled in this city. 

Personally Mr. Swartzberg is a nice gentleman to deal with, and 
we can assure the public of his representations, as being unimpeach- 
able and worthy the full confidence of the community. 



T. N. HYNDMAN, 

Fashionable Boot and Shoemaker, No. 18- North Main Street. 

Prominent among elegance in wearing apparel, none is more 
deserving of especial mention than a manufacturer of perfect fitting 
boots and shoes ; and conspicuous in this branch of industry, we 



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notice the methods employed by Mr. Hyndman, whose comfortably 
located premises are at No. 18 North Main street, who is a gentle- 
man thoroughly conversant with the making of boots and shoes of 
every description, which enterprise adds largely to the comfort and 
convenience of humanity : and it is on this principle, an impression 
of the foot is taken, and a last made to an exact mould. The shoe is 
made to this last, and fits the foot as the glove does the hand, thus 
avoiding unpleasant pressure, corns and other inconveniences. Mr. 
Hyndman has been a resident of this city for two years, and has 
been engaged in his present business for seventeen years, and in this 
line of work his long experience warrants the assertion that he is 
master of his vocation ; and we heartily commend him as worthy 
your most liberal support. 

This firm makes a specialty of ladies' and gentlemen's fine riding 
boots and shoes ; also repairing neatly done. His success is a fore- 
gone conclusion ; for many of us who stand all day upon our feet 
would be glad of any possible comfort that could be added. 




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WILLS BROTHERS. 

Architects, Asheville, N. C, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Asheville architecture, in many cases, is the pride of North 
Carolinians, and they love to see throughout many of the large cities 
of the country, pictures of her splendid buildings and to hear well- 



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traveled critics declare Asheville to be the crown jewel for good art 
in many of the public and private buildings over all cities in the 
United States her size. But such praise cannot be given without 
recognizing that Asheville has been exceptionally blessed with 
the presence and work of a number of intelligent and practical 
architects, who have, by their thoroughly planned and beautiful 
designs, given our well skilled contractors and builders a basis on 
which to construct the splendid residences of our city and public 
buildings of inland commerce which line our streets. 

Among others we find the New City Hall and Fire Department 
and Market House, cut of which is displayed; also, the New First 
Baptist Church, corner of College and Spruce Streets; residence of 
Lieut. A. H. Cobb, Academy street, and other works of minor 
interest. 

All these monuments of art are materializations of the deft pencil 
and clear architectural conceptions of the enterprising Messrs. Wills 
Brothers, who have been operating in this city for some time past, 
and the humble scribe of this business reflex is but too happy to pay 
such tribute of the pen to the pencil, and even intensify it, by saying 
it is the work of such citizens (our architects) as justify the verse of 
one of our local bards, running thus wise: 

"All hail to the city of Asheville ! 

Bright gem of this Appalachian State; 
Thy history brief, yet as brilliant, 

As the health from thy mountains so great. 
The range of the Blue Ridge engird thee, 

Their snow peaks like sentinels stand ; 
The air from pinnacles nerve thee 

To destiny loft and grand." 
Here nature's book opens her oldest 

And most brilliant pages to man, 
And human art fashions its boldest 

Of works for ages to scan. 



C E. ECKELS & CO., 

Exclusively Boarding and Sale Stables, No. 76 South Main Street. 

Among those stables of excellent location and superior equipment, 
together with all the necesary conveniences for this class of accom- 
modation in boarding and selling horses, none are more deserving 
of extended reference than that owned and conducted by Messrs. 
Eckels & Co. 

Particular attention is given at these stables to the boarding of 



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horses, and for ventillation and splendid accommodations, together 
with constant and careful attention, they are not surpassed by any 
in the city . 

This firm receive regularly every thirty days a car-load of West- 
ern ponies, Kentucky thorough breds and other animals for sale or ex- 
change, and are always open for trades in anything of this char- 
acter. 

These gentlemen are exceedingly fine judges of horse flesh, and 
consequently the sale department at all times contains some very 
valuable riding and driving horses, selected by them with especial 
care. 

United with long experience in this business, these gentlemen are 
in possession of the necessary requisites and financial ability for its 
successful conduct. They are always ready to further any work that 
will redound to the improvement and welfare of this growing me- 
tropolis, and their stables would do credit and honor to any city, and 
every transaction is stamped with that fairness and faithful dealing 
that characterizes the general conduct of these progressive and wide- 
awake business men. 

In addition, we call attention to the splendid riding and saddle 
horses for ladies and gentlemen, of which this firm make a specialty, 
and keep some of the most stylish and spirited riders in the city. 



G. W. JENKINS & BRO. 

Fine and Fancy Groceries, Country Produce, Cigars and Tobacco. 
No. 34 South Main Street. 

The natural and acquired advantages of Asheville have been em- 
ployed with avidity by many houses that have risen to deserved 
prominence and which must be claimed that G. W. Jenkins & Bro., 
whose business has flourished with perennial vitality for the past 
three years, wbich dated its commencement, and was founded upon 
a scale far from the extensive, but the energy and discernment with 
which the trade has been prosecuted, has proven effective, and pro- 
duced in building up a trade most satisfactory. 

The business premises are situated at No. 34 South Main Street, 
under the personal and regular attention of the proprietors, whose 
firm composes Messrs. G. W. & J. H. Jenkins, originally from this 
state, and men of intelligence and a thorough knowledge of the 
useful business in which they are engaged. 

These gentlemen do a large business in the grocery line, and have 
constantly in stock a large supply of fine and fancy groceries, cigars, 



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tobacco and country produce, including chickens, fresh butter and 
eggs — the latter named articles they make a specialty of, and receive 
them from a source that is 'always a guarantee of their freshness and 
acceptability. 

This firm ranks among the most prominent grocery establish- 
ments of the city, and while possibly not as large, are always in a 
position to furnish goods including this branch, at prices and quality 
to meet any and all competition. 

Messrs. Jenkins & Brother are men of business integrity, and we 
commend them to your kind consideration when in want of any- 
thing in their line, as they are conferring an incalculable benefit 
upon all who look for something good to eat. 



Dr, J. W. ROLLINGS, 

Veterinary Surgeon. Special Course Ontaria, (Can.) Veterinary 
College. Office and Infirmary 78 South Main Street. 

For several years this gentleman has administered relief to suffer- 
ing horses throughout the country, and has been located in Ashe- 
ville about one year, during which time he has saved the lives of 
many valuable animals and has profited by the best training in the 
North and East. 

During the last generation veterinary surgery has made rapid 
strides, and in this profession Dr. Rollings takes a leading rank 
wherever he is called upon to administer such a treatment. 

He makes a specialty of the manifold diseases of that noble and 
faithful animal, the horse, and in treatment has been so successful 
tbat he has lost but few cases entrusted to him in several years. 

The principal cause of lameness in this city results in many cases 
from excessive dryness of the hoof produced from concussion, and 
for this Dr. Railings' " hoof lotion ' ; is a prompt and reliable remedy. 



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JE can Sell your Real Estate at a higher price, 
can purchase for you at a lower figure, and 
charge you less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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JK can Sell your Real Estate at a higher price, 
can purchase for you at a lower figure, ana 
charge you less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asneville, N. C. 



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He has in addition several remedies for horses which are effica- 
cious, and has applied for letters patent, and these medicines he has 
on sale at his office. 

To all owners of horses suffering from any disease Dr. Rollings is 
recommended unhesitatingly as a practitioner worth your confidence 
and consultation. 

In addition Dr. Rollings is an industrious and loyal citizen and 
takes an active interest in his profession, in such being well in- 
formed, devoted and deserving of every success. 



STRAUSS EUROPEAN HOTEL. 

26 and 28 South Main Street. 

A much needed hostelry and one that bids fair to secure a large 

patronage. 

A really good hotel of this kind is so rare, that when one is 
found that is as near perfection as long experience in the hotel busi- 
ness can make it, it certainly deserves liberal notice in a work of 
this nature. 

Asheville, generally, is abundant with first-class hotels, conducted 
on the American plan, but an acquisition that has long been felt for 
a thoroughly equipped and managed European restaurant is that 
which has recently been opened by Mr. E. Strauss, of this city, and 
marks an epoch of the rapid growth of this city's progress. 

Mr. Strauss had, for a long time past, operated a restaurant in this 
city, but the extensive patronage controlled by him was of such a 
nature as to make it imperative for more extensive accommodations; 
accordingly, the owner of this property, Mr. T. D. Johnston, set to 
work in removing the old building, which is occupied now by an 
ornate structure of three stories and will accommodate about one 
hundred lodgers,' and is arranged with all modern improvements 
and accessories for conducting a first-class and attractive hotel. 

The location is a central one. The first floor contains main dining 
room, office and water room. There is a ladies' front entrance; also, 
a second entrance to gents' rooms from main dining room, which is 
connected by means of elegantly carpeted stairway. The second 
and third floors are utilized entirely for sleeping apartments, which 
are furnished in an elegant and comfortable manner, in oak, walnut, 
and cherry; the greater part of the furniture, carpets and fixtures 
which were furnished by Asheville merchants, deserve special men- 
tion, and in every manner pertaining to the completeness of this hotel, 
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Nothing is wanting in it to meet the requirements of the residents 
and traveling public. 

Both gas and incandescent lights are used; and, also, a chief feature 
of this restaurant will be a ladies' ordinary and private dining room 
for the accommodation of parties, which are so arranged as to fulfill 
every possible convenience. 

The most pronounced epicure can here obtain anything his fancy 
may crave, as well as the man of moderate means and simple tastes, 
and all upon terms in keeping with a first-class European hotel. 

The management has taken particular pains to employ qnly com- 
petent cooks and waiters, and possessing all the elements of a 
business man, industrious, enterprising and honorable in all his 
dealings, his future prosperity seems doubly assured. 



THE ASHEVILLE INVESTMENT CO., 

South Side Court Place, next door to First National Bank, Real 
Estate Dealers and Financial Agents. 

One of the direct and incontrovertible evidences of the rapid and 
substantial growth of this city is the mammoth proportions of some 
of her real estate companies. Among those of recent inception is 
the Asheville Investment Company, which betokens for the future, 
prosperity and success. 

The gentlemen composing the company include some of our old 
citizens, together with business men from a distance, who have 
lately added their business abilities and energies to this constantly 
growing city, and represent officially Messrs. R. B. Hilliard, Presi- 
dent, and C. F. Griffing, General Manager. The Directors are, O. S. 
Causey, R. B. Hilliard, C. F. Griffing, Jno. N. Ramsey, Geo. I. 
Parmley, in whose names are represented business integrity, and 
combining a company strong in every detail. 

As a matter of profitable and substantial investment, no Company 
in the city of Asheville offers advantages that perhaps would be dif- 
ficult, if at all possible, to duplicate elsewhere, and this fact alone, if 
no other existed, would be sufficient to enlist in the business of 
handling these lucrative investments, which consist of a large num- 
ber of city and suburban improved and unimproved lots, located in 
the most attractive parts of Asheville, and which should command 
the attention of all shrewd investors, and in no other direction can 
be found so many advantages which combine to make a perfect loca- 
tion for a suburban home. 



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Particular attention is called to the choice business and residence 
lots throughout all portions of the city. 

Quite a number of beautiful homes will soon be under way, and 
easy terms with special advantages offered those desiring to make 
good improvements. 

The facilities of this company meet the requirements and are all 
that could be expected from a modern Investment Company. 




IDLEWILD GREEN HOUSES AND FLORAL GARDENS, 

No. 324 Charlotte Street ; The Idlewild Greenhouse Co, Proprietors. 

Telephone 99. 

There is probably nothing so beautiful or with a more elevating 
tendency than flowers. Asheville is well abreast with the times in 
almost every line. Especially is it true of Floral culture. A leading 
and widely known representative of this branch, and situated at 324 
Charlotte street, is the Idlewild Greenhouses and Floral Gardens, in 
charge of Mrs. J. B. Deake, formerly of Tennessee. This firm deals 
at wholesale and retail in cut flowers of all kinds, making a specialty 
of roses, the latter of which is one of larger proportions than possibly 
any other similar branch in this section. 

This enterprise was established in 1885, and occupies the large area 
of twenty acres, having three or four greenhouses and many hot-beds 
and cold frames. Employment is given to several practical and 
experienced florists, and everything in the line of flowers can be 
obtained on short notice and at reasonable prices, including bouquets, 
cut flowers, for funerals, weddings, parties, &c, at all seasons of the 
year, and packed to carry with safety. All orders, whether by mail 
or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. 

The owners, the Messrs. Deake family, are natives of New York 
and Tennessee respectively, and in every sense of the word, fully 
posted on all matters related to floral culture, and are worthy expo- 
nents of the industry they so ably represent, and are numbered 
among our most valuable citizens and business men. 



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HENSLEY & WILD, 

Family Groceries and Provisions, 23 North Main Street. 

Among those industries that go .to make up the material wealth 
and necessities of a city, there is probably no branch of business 
that contributes so largely to the fund than the grocery men. We 
desire in this connection to call particular attention to the estalish- 
ment of Hensley & Wild, whose nicely stocked premises are located 
in a prosperous district, 23 North Main street. 

This house carries one of the choicest stocks of fine family groce- 
ries and country produce to be found in the city. While not possibly 
so large as others, it is, in assortment and quality, not surpassed by 
any similar house in tbis section. The store is under the manage- 
ment principally of Mr. Wild, who is thoroughly experienced in the 
grocery business, and has a host of friends and acquaintances. 

The members of the firm are Messrs J. B. Hensley and W. B. 
Wild, native North Carolinians, who opened this business to the 
public about a year ago. Everything common to a first-class grocery 
may be found in this establishment, and at prices to suit the times- 
These gentlemen are excellent business men, and deserve the un- 
stinted patronage of the people. 



J. G. QUEEN, D. D. S., 

Dentist. 

Success in every department of learned profession depends, to a very 
great extent, upon the intelligence, proficiency and ability which 
are brought to bear upon it. This is more particularly true as ap- 
plied to that important branch of science which is comprehended in 
the practice of dental surgery. The dentist of to-day stands second in 
importance only to the medical practitioner, in alleviating or attend- 
ing to those wants of the community which come within the scope 
of his avocation, and in no branch of the profession has more im- 
portant advances been made. 

Dr. Queen is a young man deserving of much success, and we be- 
speak for him a liberal patronage in this line of work. 

The doctor has been, for the past year or two, somewhat at a dis- 
tance from the regular practice of his profession, but has made 
arrangements to resume this work in its every active branch, and is 
now ensconced in comfortable quarters at his office, where he will be 
pleased to see his old friends and patrons, and, with first-class in- 



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struments and equipments of the newest and most improved styles, 
he is now prepared to compete with any one in satisfactory work in 
this section. 

This gentleman has been a resident of Asheville for several years 
past, and has, unaided, succeeded in making a start as a man of 
business, ability and plenty of pluck. He has also of late been 
making some lucrative deals in realty matters, and has now on hand 
some splendid property, located in a desirable part of the city, which 
he is prepared to sell on easy terms or rent to responsible parties. 

The doctor is genial, courteous and obliging, and is always at his 
post of duty, and ever ready to serve his numerous patrons in the 
dental profession, or sell or lease them desirable residence property. 



F. N. CARRINGTON, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Coal. Office North Court Place, 
near Postoffice. 

There is no question but the distribution of this great article of 
commerce from and about Asheville has been a great factor in her 
rapid growth, as in many cases it is controlled and handled by some 
of the most enterprising business men of our city, which statement 
is verified by the manner in which Mr. Carrington supplies the trade 
of this and contigious territory. This gentleman deals at wholesale 
and retail, and is in a position to offer you coal in any quantity and 
at prices that probably can not be duplicated by any dealer in the 
city. The coal handled by this firm is of a superior quality, and 
has long been one of the most popular fuels in the market, both for 
steam, manufacturing and domestic purposes. The facilities for the 
prompt delivery of coal by Mr. Carrington are unsurpassed, giving 
employment to a number of hands an J all orders are promptly filled, 
and is the earnest desire of this gentlemen to merit by the strictest 
principles of mercantile probity the continuance of the large and 
liberal support already eDjoyed. 

All coal purchased of this gentlemen is guaranteed to maintain 
the highest standard of excellence, and justly holds the first rank in 
this line of trade. 

Mr. Carrington is successor to Atkins & Carrington and is origi- 
nally from Virginia, having been a resident of this city for the past 
six years. 

Personally Mr. Carrington is a most genial gentleman, and highly 
esteemed both in the commercial and social circle of this "Future 
City " of the mountains, and justly merits the success achieved by 
hie industry and close attention to business, 



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ASHEVILLE'S PRIDE AND HONOR. 

A Magnificent Buiiding, Superior Teachers, and Modern Appliances 
Supplemented by a high order of Educational Facilities. 

On the preceding page we furnish a cut of the Asheville Female 
College, as Prof. B. E. Atkins, A. M., President, and without fear of 
contradiction we pronounce this institution without a compeer in 
South. 

Combining as it does the beautiful location, with the healthful 
climate of Asheville is nowhere equalled in the world, which fact 
has long since been decided by the most eminent physicians in the 
country. The faculty of the institution as will be proven by inves- 
tigation represents the talent and long training of a complete staff 
of educational giants where work is so cleverly systematized, the 
wheels of the machinery run so smoothly, and the results are so 
excellent that the public does not always stop to consider the im- 
mense force which must be brought to bear by officers and teachers 
who in their several departments are superior and experienced edu- 
cators and are making rapid strides in the march of progress. 

Asheville is justly proud of the achievements of this splendid 
institution, not only do her educational methods stand out boldly in 
the world of schools and school men, but her buildings can not be 
excelled. 

•| iThe percentage of improvements made within the past five years 
has been phenominal. New schools houses have risen as if by magic, 
and the high school buildings are almost perfection. 

When one compares these lofty modern structures, with the origi- 
nal log school houses which but a few years since were Asheville's 
centre of learning, he realizes more than ever how swift and strong 
have been her strides of progress, and how great a factor of civiliza- 
tion are these institutions. 

To the invalid who approaches the meridional in quest of health 
or the fountain of youth, Asheville's crowning glory is her perfectly 
delightful climate, to the man of business, it is the push and pluck, 
the vim vigor and vivacity of her citizens, besides the many fields 
open for the profitable investment of capital ; to the tourist it is the 
grand and glorious mountain scenery, constantly standing in full 
view ; to the lawyers, it is the immense amount of litigation, arising 
from her large and numerous business transactions ; but to the man 
with a family it is her superb schools equalling any system in the 
South and far surpassing anything east of the Mississippi. 

Asheville is particularly fortunate in this respect for many reasons ; 
in the first place the energy and enterprise, the progressive spirit, 



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the ambition and pride of the North always gravitate toward the 
Southerly region, leaving the lazy, indolent, phlegmatic material 
behind. 

In the second place owing to her grandeur of scenery, the wealth 
of our mountains, the salutary effects of our climate, we find tourists> 
speculators, invalids and professional men of all classes flocking here 
from all parts of the globe. Asheville is full of high school and 
normal graduates from almost every State in the Union, as well as 
by much of the mental products of Europe. The result is, the mar- 
ket is glutted. The supply is much greater than the demand ; the 
best is then selected and our schools are supplied with corps of 
instructors unsurpassed in the South. 

The truth that "natures latest products are her best," was never 
more satisfactorily illustrated than it is in the schools of Asheville. 
The teachers here have built an empire for themselves, peculiarly 
their own They have culled from the effete monarchies of Europe 
from their Northern and Hesperian brothers all that is good and 
have dropped all the dry rot of antiquity, and, with "excelsior" for 
their motto are proudly pressing on to the grandest consummation 
of the human intellect. Nor are we proud alone of the surpassing 
excellence of our teachers. 

The educational edifices, too, are worthy the praise, the admiration 
and the delight which they excite in the minds of all who behold 
them. In consequence of which we mention this institution as one 
deserving of especial reference to its architectural grace and beauty 
and being surrounded by eight acres of the most beautiful shade trees 
and grassy lawns to be found anywhere. 

In addition it has all the modem appliances and facilities for 
heating, lighting, seating, accoutre and instruction. As with teach- 
ers, so with the buildings, the best have been selected from all the 
past and the errors of the past avoided. 

In this institution the course of studies include preparatory of four 
grades, Collegiate in Reading, English, Latin, Mathematics, Geog- 
raphy, Natural Science, History, Philosophy, Fi'ench and German, 
also complete department in Music, Art, Modern Languages, Relig- 
ous Government and Social Culture, including a summer art and 
boarding school of splendid advantages, with type writing, stenog- 
raphy, book keeping, &c. 

In future the College will be under the immediate management of 
Prof. B. E. Atkins who has been in active schoolroom for twenty- 
two years, aud in this institution for eleven consecutive years. Rev. 
J. D. Arnold graduate of the Randolph, Macon class of 1860 and for 
several years a Professor in the Danville, Va., Female College and 



WE can Insure your Life or Property in the best 
Companies in existence and at the lowest rates. 
We can rent you a house of any description. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



WE can Injure your Life or Property in the best 
Companies in existence and at the lowest rates. 
We can rent you a house of any description. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms o and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville. N. C. 



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now a member of the North Carolina Conference will be a member 
of the faculty of this institution in the future. 

This school can easily accommodate two hundred boarding and 
day pupils. 



WILKIE & ATKINS, 

Successors to B. A. Wilkie, formerly South Main. Candy, Cigars, 
Fruits and Confectionery of all kinds, 12 Patton Avenue. 

In summing up the popular enterprises of this metropolis, none 
are more deserving of eulogistic and praiseworthy notice than that 
of Messrs. Wilkie & Atkins, who represent the leading establishment 
in this city in this particular line. 

This industry was opened to the people of Asheville about four 
years ago, by Mr. Wilkie, who has lately associated with him Mr. W. 
J. Atkins, a popular young man of business ability, and as a close 
attention to business and fair and equitable dealing to all, these 
young men have succeeded in building up a patronage of no mean 
proportions. 

The premises occupied include one of the most popular in the 
city. 

The s f ock comprises «very kind of foreign and domestic fruits, 
confectionery and cigars, the latter of which they make a specialty, 
and carry constantly in stock a full 'line of these goods, both im- 
ported and domestic, and in this enterprise is represented two of the 
young and progressive business men of the " Crown City "—Messrs. 
Wilkie & Atkins are young men of pleasant bearing, and justly 
merit the splendid patronage they receive. 

They are careful buyers in their line and display much ability in 
the selection of fruits and confectionery of the nicest quality, guar- 
anteeing at all times satisfaction to their numerous patrons. In 
this conntction we pronounce them in every sense worthy gentle-' 
men, and should meet with the encouragement of a large and 
lucrative trade. 

This firm are now receiving a well selected stock of holiday goods, 
which includes fire works and toys of every description, and will 
show you many pretty novelties in this line, suitable to all classes of 
customers. 

They receive, also, on consignment, of any articles in their line, 
which will be given prompt attention, and prompt returns, at the 
highest market prices. 



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KELLEY & STRACHAN, 

Practical Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters, 28 Patton Avenue, 

Down Stairs. 

One of the various contributions which require inventive skill 
and mechanical operations and have contributed to the health 
comfort and convenience of the present day, perhaps none have 
more distinctive features than such as relate to the heating and 
lighting, ventilation and drainage of our beautiful homes, business 
houses, public buildings, and for the perfection attai ned in this line 
we are peculiarly indebted to the scientific plumber. Among those 
who have attained a high standard none are more deserving of 
prominent mention than Messrs. Kelley & Strachan, who have by 
energy and industry that knows no failing, together with close at- 
tention to business, established themselves in a short time firmly 
in the estimation of our people for their quick and reliable work and 
which stands proof of this assertion upon investigation. The prem- 
ises occupied are commodious, being centrally located, and are 
stocked with a large assortment of fine gas fixtures, pumps, hy- 
drants, hose, &c. The facilities enjoyed by this firm are unexcelled, 
while the excellence of the work is vouched for by the scrupulous 
and personal attention given by each member of the firm, who 
have always maintained a solid reputation for honorable and up- 
right dealing, and are enterprising and public-spirited gentlemen. 



THE MODEL CIGAR AND NEWS STORE. 

No. 17 Patton Avenue, L. BLOMBERG, Proprietor. 

This general sketch and review of the principal business enter- 
prises of the " Gem City'' would be incomplete and greatly remiss 
in duty, did it not contain appropriate mention of the attractive 
* stock and premises operated by tbe courteous and obliging pro- 
prietor of the Model Cigar and News Stand, for perhaps, in the 
whole category of commercial pursuits, there is probably none that 
affects the public with more importance than a dealer in the above 
line, which includes also the news of the day by the products of the 
press throughout the leading eities of the country. It is a great 
pleasure, in summing up the industries of any city, especially so 
when we are so frequently shown examples of what pluck and 
energy will accomplish, as is distinctly evidenced in the subject of 
this review, 



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Mr. Blomberg is a young man who established this business 
about two years ago, and if there is any enterprise in this section 
deserving of success it is this gentleman. 

Mr. Blomberg keeps the most attractive store of the kind in the 
city, and to those who use any article belonging to this class of 
trade, we unhesitatingly commend him to his establishment. 

This gentleman keeps a full line of cigars, both imported and 
domestic, including all the reliable brands of tobacco, cigarettes, 
pipes of all grades, cigar holders, the latest styles in walking canes, 
and many fancy articles belonging to such a line. In addition, you 
can get any of the leading newspapers of the country, magazines 
periodicals, books of facts and fiction, and is nothing without to 
class this the most complete stock of goods herein named in the city. 

Mr Blomberg. personally, is courteous and obliging, and is much 
admired in the community for pluck and energy. 



THE ASHEVILLE NEW OPERA HOUSE. 

A Gem of elegance, a magnificent structure and a model of 
artistic arrangement. 

It has been truly said, that in the building up of a city, the 
character of her business men is of more importance than her natu- 
ral advantages of situation. 

The magnificence and pride of Asheville is her new opera house, 
which is in point of construction, convenience and architectural 
design, unrivaled in the South — the one building of this city 
that bids fair to afford ample amusement to the average resident and 
visitor is the inception of this beautiful edifice, which is without 
question, an acquisition to our people's charms, that has long been 
needful. It is a mighty monument to the progress and energy of 
Messrs. J. W. Spears and W. T. Reynolds. 

This splendid building, situate on Patton Avenue, is destined to 
attract and delight Asheville audiences in future. 

Thegeneral management of this operahouse is under the supervision 
of Messrs. Reynolds, Spears & Sawyer, and while the amusement 
feature for the season is in charge of the latter, Mr. James P. Sawyer, 
a gentleman whose acquaintance in the theatrical world is very 
extensive, and doubtless his management of this opera house will be 
marked by a most gratifying successs. Mr. Sawyer's long and varied 
experience in the theatrical busines has thoroughly familiarized 
him with its minute details and general trend. 



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The foregoing facts, associated with the addition, that the opera 
house is one of the handsomest furnished in the South, will render 
it unusually popular with the amusement public. 

A visit to Asheville is never complete until the visitor has passed 
an evening at this grand house and viewed its wonderful beauty 
and looked upon its vastness. 

The Asheville opera house is owned by Mrs J. C. Spears, and was 
opened to the public in August last, costing $60,000. The properties, 
accoutre, and the equipage throughout, completes one of the most 
beautiful and modern arranged opera houses to be found in the 
South. Three hundred gas and electric lights shine forth with 
beauty and incantation. The center chandelier, which is of ham- 
mered brass and warranted not to corrode or oxidize, has one 
hundred and fifty additional lights. There are twelve sets of 
scenery, four dressing rooms, four proscenium boxes, stage 39x51, 
height to gridiron thirty-live feet, height to grooves sixteen feet; 
procenium opening 24x30 feet, with a seating capacity of nearly 1,200, 
and is heated throughout by steam, while both gas and incandescent 
lights are employed, and additional properties, which ranks this in 
in every detail perfect and elegant. 

Mr. Eugene Cramer, a southern gentleman, possessing artistic 
ability to a marked degree, painted the sceuery, which is strikingly 
effective and beautiful. 

The frescoe work was executed by Mr. F. A. Grace, of Detroit, 
Mich., and proves him eminently qualified for his particular line, 
while the entire auditorium is without a fault, consisting of modern 
accoutre for the amusement and comfort of both actors and patrons. 
The paintings are after the style of the early French renaissance, 
with allegoric and statuesque detail and consisting of portraits of 
classical composers, re-touched with effective coloi's. 

The interior is perfect in every sense and presents a scene of 
dazzling splendor. 

The season just opened will present one of beauty and attractive- 
ness, as many of the famous stars, composing the brilliant constella- 
tion of the theatrical world, have been engaged and will appear at 
the grand opera house the coming season. 

Please see New York Mirror and Dramatic News; also, article on 
first page. 



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THE ASHEVILLE TRANSFER COMPANY AND GENERAL 
LIVERY OFFICE, 

No. 68 South Main. Telephone No. 7. 

F. STIKELEATHER, Manager. 

Riding and driving is a pleasure in which Americans revel and at 
all seasons, especially in a popular resort like Asheville, perhaps 
more so than any like citj r of the nation, hence the demands for liv- 
ery accommodations must be peremptory to supply the large 
wants of the fashionable bealth and pleasure-seeker, and if we 
were called upon to name a business wherein competion is greater 
and sharper we would be hardly able to do so. 

An establishment that has long met these requirements and one 
that bids fair to pale rivalry and stay competition is that of the 
Asheville Transfer and General Livery office,where well equipped sta- 
bles are located at 68 South Main street. 

The premises occupied is a splendid structure, built and designed 
especially for this line of industry, and includes 25 to 30 of the most 
desirable riding and driving horses in the city, also every style 
rig belonging to a thoroughly appointed stable. 

The building is one of the most conveniently arranged in this sec- 
tion for the health and comfort of their stock, and well ventilated. 

A leading adjunct to this business is the buying and selling and 
boarding of horses, wbile these gentlemen are thoroughly conver- 
sant with this, and we predict for them a lucrative trade and a satis- 
factory business career. 

Messrs. Stikeleather Bros, constitute the proprietorship of this es- 
tablishment, and are among our most solid and progressive business 
men. 

This firm also does the principal baggage transfer of the city, and 
are prompt in this line on all occasions Telephone call No. 7. 

THE BURNETT HOUSE FORMERLY " EAGLE HOTEL," 

Remodeled, Refurnished and Refitted Throughout. 
Mrs. L. J. BURNETT, Proprietress. 

Among the hotels of much needed improvement, and one that is 
destined to succeed and gain popularity is the Burnett House, lo- 
cated on South Main street and under tbe experienced management 



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of Mrs. L. J. Burnett, latterly proprietress of the Central Hotel at 
Hot Springs, N. C. 

For a long time past this house had been poorly managed, and in 
fact was at a very low rating, but under its new management we 
predict for it a successful career and large patronage. This hostlery 
has about 20 guest rooms, and we can not say too much in its favor. 
The proprietress, Mrs. Burnett, is a lady of pluck and energy, which 
is amply attested in her manner of taking hold of this house and 
bringing it up to such a standard of excellence. The Eagle Hotel 
was in former days one of the finest conducted hotels in this section 
and enjoyed a most flattering custom, but for some cause or other it 
fell into bad hands and having frequently changed management, we 
were sorry to note the stagnant condition of late years which has 
characterized this once famous hotel. 

Mr. Robert Johnson, of this city, the owner of this splendid 
structure, has gone to much expense in the improvement of this house, 
and it now stands in competition with the popular and well appointed 
hotels of this mountain resort, having been lately thoroughly 
renovated, cleaned, kalsomined and refurnished with first-class ac- 
coutre and convenience necessary for the comfort of guests. This 
house has 25 light and well ventilated rooms newly and elegantly 
arranged and offers splendid attractions for both resident and pleas- 
ure-seeker. 

The rate of charges stipulated by this hostelry range from $1.50 per 
day to $5 to $S per week. The table is laden with substantial and 
delicate edibles and everything good the market affords. 

The hostess, Mrs. Burnett, is a lady of pleasant and affable bear- 
ing, and is thoroughly deserving of a large patronage. 



ASHEVILLE WOOD YARD. 

Asheville Cement and Plaster Works. Asheville Artificial Stone 
and Tile Works. C. E. Moody. Prop'r, Office 30 Patton Avenue. 
Tel. 73. 

These important branches of industry are in their very nature of 
material concern to the community at large ; hence it claims most 
prominent mention. 

This gentlemen being the operator of this combination, 
which represents one of the most important concerns in this section, 
the offices of the company being located at No. 30 Patton Avenue^ 
while the large, commodious yards and warehouses are very con- 



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veniently located in the western part of the city, near the Depot. 
While this company has not been in operation as long as some others 
in the same line, yet they have, by superior facilities and the hand- 
ling of first class line of products, succeeded in building a large pa- 
tronage. This company handles, in both wholesale and retail lots, 
fire wood, all sizes and lengths, cut, split and delivered, ready for 
use, cord wood of all kinds, charcoal ; also coke, crushed to various 
sizes for stoves, ranges and furnaces. 

Also a representative adjunct of this house is English, German, 
Portland and Domestic Cements, Calcined Plaster, Lime and Roof- 
ing Material. Also, artificial stone and tiling work, such as side- 
walks, walks in yards, offices, halls, floors for stoves, basements, 
hearths, and carriage blocks, of various colors and designs. Also, 
lay concrete sidewalks and similar work. 

Mr. C. E. Moody, the efficient manager and proprietor of these 
several industries, is a native of England, and has been operating 
in Asheville for nearly two years, and taking into consideration the 
prominence already gained by him, we predict for this establish- 
ment a continuation of prosperity and increasing popularity. 

Samples of work can be seen at Raysor & Smith's drug store, Na-, 
tional Bank of Asheville, also Carmichael's drug store. 



T. W. & A. M. TRIPPLETT BROS. 

Fine Family Groceries and Provisions, near Old Passenger Depot, 
corner Robert and Buxton Streets. 

These are young men full of grit and enterprise, fostered and 
developed in the old commonwealth of North Carolina. They have 
been established in business about two years and have a wide circle 
of friends and acquaintances, secured among the large patronage of 
the house. 

They carry a fine stock of family and staple groceries, confection- 
ery, cigars and tobacco, including a full line of glass and crockery- 
ware, chickens, butter and country produce- and nowhere in this 
section can a nicer stock be found from which to select. 

These gentlemen occupy a nice storeroom, and enjoy the confidence 
of the community. Every attention is given their customers and 
they are obliging and courteous to all. 

The management of this house is prosecuting in a straight-forward 
manner, and their trade is steadily increasing— the result of energy 
and enterprise— and we commend the people, where in need of 
groceries of any kind, by all means call on Messrs. Triplett Bros. 



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HARE BROTHERS. 

Fresh Family Groceries, No. 17 South Main Street. 

Those branches of trade which are more especially related to home 
and table comforts, bring into requisition the shrewdest ability to 
meet the strong competition with which it must contend. These 
qualifications are apparent, at the same time energetic business 
management, associated in the transactions of Messrs Hare Bros. 

In the purchase of their supplies they are careful to secure, first, 
the best grade of goods for their trade; and second, to secure from 
good and reliable sources, upon such terms as will enable them to 
give to their numerous patrons, the advantage of the choicest and 
most desirable goods in the city at the lowest prices. 

The premises occupied by these gentlemen are conveniently 
located at No. ] 7 South Main street, and they make a specialty of 
selling fresh vegetables from the large country farms every morning, 
including butter, chickens, eggs, and in this particular line they 
have to offer something choice on all occasions, including every 
article belonging to the family grocery business. 

* The three Hare Brothers are progeny of " Tar Heel " flesh and 
blood, and individually, and as a firm, represent our best citizens. 
Personally, the-e gentlemen are polite and obliging, coupled with 
unimpeachable methods of conducting all business affairs, justly 
meriting the large trade of which they are recipients, and are highly 
regarded by their many patrons and acquaintances. 



THE STEVENSON HOUSE, 

Transient and Regular Board, southwest corner Patton Avenue and 
Church Street, Mrs. S. Stevenson, Proprietress. 

The boarding accommodations of Asheville are superior to cities 
of much larger population, and in this connection we desire to call 
the attention of our many readers to the well known house con- 
ducted by Mrs. Stevenson, southwest corner Patton Avenue and 
Church street, within easy access to the postoffice, Court house, 
theatre, &c. Electric cars from the depot and all other sections of 
the city pass the doors ; hence it is at once seen that the location is 
a very favorable one. It is a well built structure, containing about 
twenty large and light bed-rooms, hall and dining room, and, in 
fact, everything that would tend to the benefit and comfort of the 



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E make a specialty of Mineral and Timber 
Lands, and have at all times such properties 
on hand. We are in direct communication with 
capital seeking such investments. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 






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E make a specialty of Mineral and Timber 
Lands, and have at all times such properties 
on hand. We are in direct communication with 
capital seeking such investments. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and xo McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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guests, which are at all times numerous, owiug to the good accom- 
modations which are fully commensurate with the prices charged, " 

The proprietress, Mrs. 8. Stevenson, a lady of long practical ex- 
perience, and well worthy of the large measure of regard in which she 
is held, together with the heavy show of public patronage she enjoys. 

The table here is at all times laden with fresh and wholesome 
edibles, which are cooked and served in a careful manner, and the 
guests are attended to with politeness and promptness by the waiters. 

The rates of this house are : Transient, §1 per day, and $5 to $7 
per week, according to location of room ; and those sojourning in 
this city will do well to call and register at the Stevenson House. 



H. T. SCOTT, 

Hatter and Tailor, Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, Patton Avenue 
and Water Street, under Fulenweider Bros ' Shoe Store. 

Among the factors that form a part of the immense whole of the 
industries of a city, and an establishment of prominence and one 
deserving of mention in our business review, is that of H. T. Scott, 
who recently established himself in Asheville, and since that time 
has enjoyed a growing and profitable trade. He makes a specialty 
of cleaning and remodelling ladies' and gentlemen's hats, clothing, 
kid gloves, ribbons and kid shoes, and work of every description in 
this branch of mercantile industry, having every facility for doing 
such work in the latest and most improved methods. He is not 
surpassed in the excellence of his work, while he also handles a fine 
assortment of hats and caps. 

Mr. Scott is a gentleman of strict business ability, and his repre- 
sentations can wholly be relied upon. His trade is steadily increas- 
ing, and gentlemen needing silk hats ironed and polished up will 
secure satisfactory work from this house. 

Mr. Scott is a native ot North Carolina, and is a gentleman of 
obliging and courteous training. Parties desiring work from a dis- 
tance can send such per express, in which case charges for same 
will be allowed. 



M. ELLICK, 

Taxidermist and Manufacturer of Fancy Fur Goods, and Buyer 

of Raw Fur. 

There are few persons for whom taxidermy has not a decided 
charm, presenting, as it does, the rarest specimens of animal life. 
Among the popular taxidermists of this section is Mr. M. Ellick, 
whose card we give this prominence. 

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Mr. Ellick is a native of Germany, and a graduate of the College 
of Taxidermy in the city of Shreem, (Province of Poson). This 
gentleman has had, in addition to a full apprenticeship to the trade, 
the advantage of twenty years' practical experience in the profession, 
and has resided in Asheville for the past six or eight years, during 
which time he has uninterruptedly followed his present business. 

He occupies a roomy building, and carries the finest line of furs, 
mounted heads, antlers and mineral specimens ever seen in the 
city. 

His line of native birds, animals, &c, is very complete. Mr. El- 
lick does an excellent business, and his work warrants the attention 
of all lovers of this art. He makes a specialty of mounting pet ani- 
mals in life-like manner, guaranteeing in every case life-life pose. 

He personally superintends this business, and the rarest specimens 
of animals are produced, if in good condition, at fair prices ; and his 
work is as represented in every case. Also, old fur garments worked 
over, so they look like new. 



W. TURNER, 

Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes. Hats, Caps, Groceries, and 
Country Produce a specialty. No. 315 Haywood Street, West 
end. 

Without fear of contradiction in a general write up of Asheville's 
representative business men and an establishment deserving of 
prominent mention, is the general merchandise house of Mr. Turner, 
who is an old and reliable merchant, formerly of London, England, 
who has catered to a class of appreciative patrons of the west end 
for the past two years, and there is no firm whose career has been 
more prosperous than this dealer. 

His line embraces a carefully selected stock of dry goods, notions, 
boots, shoes, clothing and gentlemen's furnishing goods, with every 
article belonging to this line of mercantile industry. 

This storeroom is neatly fitted up, being well adapted to the trade 
in which he is pursuing. 

His location being also somewhat distant from the centre of Asbe- 
ville's main business portion incurs less expense in the matter of 
rents, &c, which gain is invariably bestowed upon his numerous 
patrons, and at prices that would be difficult to duplicate anywhere 
in the city. 

Mr. Turner gives employment to several clerks, displaying through- 
out a vast amount of energy, enterprise and business ability, never 



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forgetting to be truly successful, equity niust characterize all deal- 
ings by understanding fully how to conduct a paying business. 

This firm continues to enjoy an increasing patronage, and the 
business of the present year will double that of its predecessors, and 
its condition meets the expectation of a large number of friends and 
well-wishers of high standing. 

In addition to a large trade in the dry goods line, he deals largely 
in country produce and provisions of all kinds to meet the wants of 
many of our most prominent citizens, whose requirements he fully 
understands. In fact the entire departments are complete, and in 
commercial circles this firm is recognized by an esteemed constitu- 
ency for his commendable and auspicious mode of transacting 
business, manifesting at all times kind, and the most courteous 
treatment, to all. 



JAMES WOLFE. 

Fresh Meats and Provisions, No. 260 Patton Avenue. 

Including the prominent and pioneer leaders in this line of mer- 
cantile trade, none takes precedence of Mr. Wolfe, who is an old 
and experienced man in the meat and provision business and has 
long been identified in the commercial circles of this city as a gentle- 
man of fair and honorable dealings with his numerous patrons and 
acquaintances. 

This gentleman occupies convenient quarters at 260 Patton Avenue, 
and keeps continually on hand all the fresh meat required by a 
fastidious public. 

We noticed his large and splendid air-tight refrigerator, which 
insures, at all times, well-preserved meats of the most desirable 
class. 

Mr. Wolfe is a native of " Key Stone " State, and is well known 
in this city, an experienced caterer of large ability and is' heartily 
supported by remunerative patronage and steadily increasing trade. 



ROBERT H. LEE & CO., 

House Painters, and also make a Specialty of Putting in Plate 
Glass Fronts, No. 83 Bailey Street. 

It has been our constant care in this work to speak of individuals, 
firms and enterprises strictly upon their merits ; hence, it is with 
pleasure we call attention to the vocations of the gentlemen whose 
card forms the subject of our editorial. 



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In a growing city like Asheville this is an enterprise that com- 
mands the attention of a large number of people, who contemplate 
improvements in beautifying their houses and adding to the attrac- 
tiveness of their business premises. 

There is no branch of mercantile progress in which is represented 
such a field for natural ability and adaptability as in the house 
painter and decorator. Messrs. R. H. Lee & Co., whose premises 
are located at 83 Bailey street, carry constantly on hand the usual 
equipage for the conduct of this line of trade. 

The gentlemen comprising this firm are Messrs. Robert H. Lee, a 
native of South Carolina, who has managerial charge of the busi- 
ness, while P. J. Perkinson, of this State, is a gentleman of long 
experience in tbis line. 

The inception of this business took place about five years ago, 
during wnich time, by close attention to business and a fair dealing 
to all, these gentlemen have won the confidence and favor of a large 
circle of patrons and friends. As an evidence of the superiority of 
this firm's work, we call attention to the elegant finish of the Pack 
residence, also Judge Moore's new residence and the Battery Park 
Hotel. 

Personally, these gentlemen are courteous and pleasant, and with 
long experience and a thorough knowledge of the complexities of this 
line of work, they justly merit the large patronage and confidence 
they receive. 



THE J. B. COLE. 

FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOPS, Butterick, near terminus 
Patton Avenue. 

There is no class of business houses that constitute a more impor- 
tant and valuable branch of our commercial establishments than 
the manufactories. A prominent industry in this line is J. B. Coles's 
Foundry and Machine Shops, located on Butterick street, near ter- 
minus of Patton avenue. At these works are done all kinds of iron 
and brass castings, turning and all kinds of machine work, repair- 
ing of all kinds of farming and factory machinery, and for this pur- 
pose a number of skilled and competent workmen are employed. Mr. 
Cole is also agent for new and second hand engines and all kinds of 
machinery, and manufactures saw mills, cane milk, gudgions, sash 
weights and casting of every description. 

Mr. Cole is a native of Buncombe County, and has been engaged 



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in the above business seventeen years, which has steadily increased 
until his house is known throughout a large territory. He is a gen- 
tleman of extended experience and ability, and possess superior 
facilities for the execution of this work, and is prepared to offer 
special accommodations to all those who patronize this business, as 
the proprietor is a courteous gentleman, and is highly regarded in 
commercial circles. 




T. W. NORVILL, 

Manufacturer of Fine Boots and Shoes, 18 Patton Avenne. 

In a review of the mammoth enterprises summed up in this 
growing city we must not fail to pay tribute to those of lesser magni- 
tude which form a part of the progress of this " Gem City of the 
Mountains." Mr. T. W. Norvill, a representative business man of 
this city, is entitled to mention, and it is with pleasure we direct 
your attention to the vocation which has employed his well directed 
efforts for the past twenty years. This gentleman has been engaged 
in the manufacture of boots and sboes in this city for the past 18 
years, and has established himself well in the confidence of the en- 
tire community, and by fair and honorable dealing has succeeded in 
building up a lucrative trade. He served his apprenticeship in 
Knoxville, Tenn., and has been a resident of this city since 1872. His 
shop is located in Fulenweider & Bro's shoe store, 18 Patton avenue, 
contains all necessary convenience for doing business in his Jine, and 
he is worthy of popular favor and encouragement. 

He makes a specialty of fine shoemakingand also does all kind of 
repairing quickly and satisfactory to all patrons. 

Personally Mr Norvill has a host of friends, and is much admired 
as a skillful workman. 



102 




J. H. WOODY & CO., 

Dealers in Carriages and Harness, No. 68 South Main. Telephone 

Call No. 7. 

The wonderful growth in this city in the last decade is in a meas- 
ure without a parallel in the history of the advancing South, and 
within her gates are some establishments that have made equal 
strides with her in this unparallelled growth. Among the foremost 
of these is the establishment whose card forms the caption of this 
article. 

For some time past these gentlemen have been engaged in this 
business, and are fast establishing a trade which is worthy of more 
than passing notice, because the manufacture and sale of Carriages, 
Harness and Saddlery have become essentially an important factor 
in the commercial aggregate of a city's business, and in Asheville 
we find a number of enterprising firms engaged in this line. 

The premises occupied by Messrs. Woody & Co., are at 68 South 
Main, and they carry constantly in stock all the latest styles and de- 
signs in carriage harness and saddlery and represent some of the 
largest manufactories in the West, and this is probably one of the 
most desirable places in Asheville to visit when contemplating a 
purchase of anything in this line. 

These gentlemen have long been identified with Asheville's pro- 
gress, and none are more worthy a liberal patronage than Woody & 
Co. 

The firm is composed of J. H. Woody and F. Stikeleatber. The 
latter named gentleman is also manager of the Asheville Transfer 
and Livery Company, with office at 08 South Maine, and in tins 
line is prepared to meet all requirements in the matter of stylish 
rigs and fashionable riding horses, together with prompt attention 
to baggage and parcel transfer to any part of the city. Personally 
these gentlemen in trade and social circles are liberal and popular, 
and individually are respected by a large number of friends and citi- 
zens. 



103 
"MARBLE HALL," 

Hammershlag & Whittlock, Propr's, 32 South Main Street. 

The most conspicuous sign, and one beyond a possibility calculated 
to attract unusual attention, is that of " Marble Hall," proclaiming 
strictly and metaphorically not a " dream/' but a realization of start- 
ling truths, which include the leading haberdashers of this metrop- 
olis. 

By reference to this popular establishment we recall to beautiful 
memory the enchanting operatic air by Monsieur F. Beyer, "I dreamed 
I dwelt in Marble Halls," &c; hence it must needs be if those were 
pleasant inspirations, we can readily comprehend how interesting it 
would be to find one's self in a genuine marble hall and veritable 
clothing palace, surrounded by all the elegant and fashionable rai- 
ment and such requisites known to this cultured and progressive age. 
Accordingly as the man who works must eat, so also must he be 
clothed. The outer man this day and time constitutes, in many 
cases, something greater than the inner man ; and truly ample pro- 
vision for such has been made him in Asheville. The clothing firms 
of this splendid city forms a solid and substantial part of its busi- 
ness population. Our clothiers are men of wealth and influence, 
and of thorough acquaintance with their business. 

Prominent among the leading retail establishments should be men- 
tioned Messrs. Hammershlag & Whittlock. These gentlemen carry 
continually in stock at their attractive establishment a full 
line of clothing, in the prevailing styles. In addition they carry 
gentlemen's furnishing goods, which line is conspicuous for its taste- 
ful and fashionable assortment, and also make a specialty of the 
the latest shapes and styles of hats and caps 

This firm employs several courteous gentlemen of wide experience 
to wait upon their numerous customers. This is one of the most 
successful of our mercantile establishments, and fully deserves the 
patronage of a discriminating and fastidious public. It is a pleasant 
place to trade, and while all the gentlemen are courteous, they never 
try to force one to buy. This firm made its inception about a year 
ago, whose member* are Messrs. Hammershlag, a prosperous mer- 
chant of this city, and Adolph Whittlock, lately of Richmond, Va. 
Personally, these gentlemen are thorough going business men, and 
highly regarded in the commercial world. 



104 
THE ASHEVILLE PRESS. 

Iu no other country is the newspaper so widely circulated as in 
the United States. To the large portion of business rnen it consti- 
tutes the greater portion of the matutinal meal, and in many fami- 
lies it forms the only literature accessible to them. This extensive 
patronage places a responsibility upon the publisher and editor, 
which cannot be easily expressed in words, for the newspaper, con- 
trolling as it does the power to yield its influence for right or for 
wrong, may for the time sway the multitudes to either extreme. Its 
influence in moulding the popular thought and fearless discussions 
of public questions have made it a powerful factor in the civilization 
of a nation, and being perfectly untrammelled iu its utterances, it 
may discuss with the greatest freedom questions involving the 
gravest issues and matters pertaining to the civil, the religious or 
the political world. 

Perhaps the most remarkable feature of the American press is that, 
with its unrestricted right of free speech, it does not abuse the 
power accorded it, but, on the contrary, uses this mighty influence 
in advocating the right and in disseminating its opinions in the good 
and honest government for the people without fear or prejudice. 

Asheville is extremely fortunate in having a daily press, of whose 
influence is thrown in the upbuilding of the city and the elevation 
of its citizens. 

The Daily Citizen, four pages, and Weekly, eight pages, is the 
leading newspaper of Western North Carolina. Democratic always. 
It covers the news of its field thoroughly, and comments on it 
freely and vigorously as the oldest paper in its section. The Daily 
Citizen enjoys a patronage accorded to no other paper, while the 
Weekly's circulation is constantly growing. 

The Evening Journal, a spicy and newsy daily, devoted to local 
interests and the upbuilding of Western North Carolina. Edited 
and published by Messrs. Clegg & Donohue. 

The Democrat, a large eight-page weekly, by Messrs. R. M. Fur- 
man and David M. Vance. 

The Asheville Baptist Weekly, Rev. E. A. Brown ; business 
manager. 

The Asheville Methodist, Rev. J. F. Austin. 

The Lyceum, monthly, Tilman R. Gaines, 7;'> North Main. 

The Country Homes, monthly, Messrs. Tomlinson. 

The Farmer and Mechanic, weekly, Messrs. Stansill & Morris. 

The Medical Journal, monthly, Drs. Taylor and Merriweather. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY 



OF THE 



CO 



City of Ashevillej 



FOR 1890-1891. 



si 

With the annexment of a Revised City Map, showing Location of H 

Streets, Course of the Motor Car Lines, Public Buildings 53 

and Hotels, including other Points of ^ 

Noteworthy Attraction ' O 

O 
"PRICE - - ----- $5.00. gj 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THE DIRECTORY 



ab above 

acct account 

adv...; advertisement 

A F C Asheville Female 

College 
ag'l imp'l.ag'l implements 

agt agent 

al alley 

asst assistant 

assoc association 

atty ..attorney 

bds boards 

bet between 

bkpr bookkeeper 

bl'd'g building 

carp carpenter 

c colored 

co company 

coDd conductor 

cor corner 

ct pi court place 

ch md chambermaid 

elk clerk 

c h court house 



dep deputy 

desc arte. ...descriptive ar- 
ticle 

dist district 

E or e east 

eng engineer 

Kch Brd French Broad 

es east side 

gen'l mdse.... general mer- 
chandise 
H I School. ..Home Indus- 
trial School 

ins agt insurance agent 

ins insurance 

la lane 

lab laborer 

mi miles 

mkr maker 

mnir manufacturer 

mfy manufactory 

mngr manager 

mtn mountain 

no north 

ne northeast 



nvv northwest 

opp • opposite 

P O postoffice 

pt pfesident 

ptr painter 

prof. professor 

prin principal 

pubr publisher 

H or r residence 

ret retail 

K& 1_>... Richmond & Dan- 
ville 

St or st street 

So or s south 

sw southwest 

se southeast 

supt superintendent 

secty or secy secretary 

treas treasurer 

telopr. telegraph operator 

wid widow 

whol wholesale 

wks works 



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►3 CD 
51 CO 

Co 

O "> 

a £ 

co O 



ABE 



105 



ACH 



ABERNETHY HAYWOOD, c, brakeman, bds 
Haywood 
Acheson Nina Miss, bds 87 Bailey 



342 s§? 
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The ~l .. k H. Loughran's "lite Man's k,t 

Have been recommended bv the leading physicians of the State for medicinaf § 
purposes. €or, South Slain antl Eagle, Down Stairs, » 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. E. Rankirf, Cashier. Capital, 
^ $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

as 

•a 

j^* ACH • 106 ALL 

■££* — _ . . 

"** Acheson Blanche Miss, bds 87 Bailey 

§ Ackland Harry, decorative sign ptr, office 29 North Main, r 
same 

g Adams Lula Miss, pupil H I School 
J£ Adams Eugene, eng R&D R'y, bds 452 South Depot 

§ Adams Charles, railroader, bds 60 Depot 

"e« Adams D D, brickmason, r 384 W Haywood 

r- Adams Julia W Mrs, r 384 VV Haywood 

j Adams J S, atty, office Legal bldg, r near Richmond Hill 

j Adams Cordelia Mrs, wid Stephen, r near Richmond Hill 

-25 Adams T S Mrs, r near Richmond Hill 

•e" Adams Lena, c, laundress, bds Cripple Creek 

£&• ■ • 



=- 






C T. E1WLS 



Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 

No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



©£> Adams, c, cook, 27 N Walnut 



g| Adams Emily, c, house maid, r Walnut, near N Main 

~§Adt Rosa Mrs, bds 47 Walnut 

Adt H J, 1st cook Battery Pk, bds 47 Walnut 

„Ahl W F, drug elk Grant's, 24 S Main, r 14 S Spruce 
OAhl W F Mrs, r 14 S Spruce 
^ Aiken Lavinia. c, laundress, r 149 Beaumont 
..Aiken Minnie, c, ch maid, r 149 Beaumont 
§Aiken Will, foreman Citizen office, N Ct PI, bds 60 Depot 
SAiken Nannie Mrs, bds 60 Depot 
jxjAker Mollie Miss, modiste, r Woodfin and Charlotte 
£> Allen W M, c, lab, r rear 263 Bailey 

§ MfjKinntiji ft PefriB ^ erc ^ ^ ors> ^ ^ ^ m ~ 

fc^ ' Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



The Most Complete Stock of B fk at \ I I ^ 

Me Drags, Rare Chemicals and Patent Medicines fl&VSOfw MSlltll Si.gi 



31 l'a It n Ave. 



ALL 107 ALE 






Kb 
So 



Allen Pink, c, cook, 86 Woodfin 

Allmon Minnie Miss, r 54 Mtn h| 

Allison Julius, carp, r Bailey, bet Blanton and Church S° 

Allison Ervin, fireman, bds Jeff Drive near frt depot -"S 

Allison J W, flagman, bds Jeff Drive near frt depot p° : 

Allison Ervin, fireman, bds 298 Depot |c 

Allford Tim, lab, bds Cripple Creek g§- 

Alford Ella McD Miss, teacher A F College, r same 5' 
Allred E H, carp, r 350 Haywood 
Allred A H Mrs, r 350 Haywood 

Alexander Ida H Miss, pupil A F College HH 
Alexander Rebecca Mrs, r 265 S Main 

The Sunset Mnuntainland Co. CWYN & WEST AGENT ,g 

JS. £3. Court Square. <gd 

ALEXANDER J M, Dealer in Harness and Sadlery, Q 

4 No Ct Place, r 265 S Main (See descriptive article) Q 

Alexander, Louis, bds 265 so Main W 
Alexander Wyatt, bds 265 so Main 

Alexander Mary Miss, bds 265 so Main lx 
Alexander Arthur, wks Asheville Fur Factory, bds 266 Pat- a 

ton ave q 

Alexander Meek, cook, 85 Park ave • 
Alexander D. B., sewing machine agt, bds 94 Cherry 

Alexander W. J., r 40 Flint -^ 

Alexander Margaret E. Mrs, r 40 Flint &. 

Alexander Fannie Miss, r 40 Flint *^ 



The Neatest and Most Quiet place in Town to spend an hour or ;-a 
two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time 'smile," is at ^J 

|| Cor. South Main So Eag le, Bg= 

— — ^— — — -»- 
(Down Stairs.) — =3 



Jas. H. Loughran's "White Man's Bar, 



Organized May, 1888 ; Lewis Maddux, 

£« WfiSIfirr MF I BflflK. President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 

**> HDOIOIN UUIUIMIU UUNI\J dent j R Kankin, Cashier. Capital, 

c| $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
im 2 est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

If. ALE 108 AMB 

.^Alexander H., c, waiter Battery Park 
^"Alexander Cora, c, nurse 452 So Depot 

^'lAlexander Mandie, c, laundress, 96 Church 

00 

o°.Alexander Alex, c, wks R. & D. Depot, r near Philip 
^Alexander Addie, c, laundress, rne.ar Philip 
^Alexander Lavinia, c, cook, 173 Haywood 
■|| Alexander J. L., steward Battery Park, r same 
^-"Alexander Frank, c. fruitman, r 50 Poplar 
^Alexander Kate, c. r 50 Poplar 
-^Alexander Jordan Rev., c, r 142 Pine 
tis Alexander Jane, c, laundress, r 142 Pine 

«| Alexander Sallie, c, waitress, r 137 Valley 

« «. — — 

4X Fattoxi Ave 

p. «, - 



ThilTtoU 



Keeps everything 1 in the House 
I Furnishing- line, as well as a large 
o i line of China, ©lass, Lamps, «fcc. 



I^Allen James, lab., r near Cotton Factory 
^a Allen Lillie, r near Cotton Mills 
55 1 Allen William, lab, r near Cotton Factory 
J^Allen Martha J., r near Cotton Mills 

a a Allen P. H., harnessmaker, bds Roberts, near Cotton Factory 
H^Allen E. M., c, plasterer, r near 263 Bailey 
q5 Allen Angeline, c, r near 263 Bailey 
•|Aldridge Millie, cook, 160 Bailey 
5 Aldridge Lock, engineer, r bet Hill and Haywood 
WAldiidge Edith Mrs, r bet Hill and Haywood 
g Ambler C P, asst physician Winyali House, ne cor Pine and 
pr4 Baird, r same 

<u 

* McKINNON & PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

g Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 

11 



DAVOflD 9 OIIIIITLI'O stock of drcogists' susdwes i» ths ao 

nflloUn & OlVIIInO most variecland com- 01 D.jjgn flwgpyp || 
plete of any bouse in Asheville. .^— — i^— — «—— i ^ ^ 



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AMI 109 AND Sf 

. a 

Amiss J Taylor, drug clerk Carmichael, so Main, r 141 Hay-- 01 3 
wood §Q 

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Amiss JT Mrs, 1 141 Haywood -*| 

Angel Fannie, c, laundress, r Phillip f 3 

Angel Mattie, c, r Phillip |g 

Anderson Nevada Miss, pupil H I School %§: 

Anderson Stacy, pupil H I School get 
Anderson Sallie J, r near French Broad Lumber Yards • 
Anderson Ross, r near French Broad Lumber Yards 
Anderson L M, section foreman R&D Ry, r near French 

Broad Lumber Yards £Q 
Anderson Carrie Miss, r near French Broad Lumber Yards 



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£1 w 
■ jo 

Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of b« 



TA/A i AM V Mil Ml Ml AM DEEDS, and Notary Public, £d 

H fliirffl* y. yllSilIIlflllli ^ 0, 3 ° PattOM Ave »" e - Asheville. y. O. 3* 

wifii it 1 v««iimwh; Speciallles: M property ana Conveyancing. Si 

; , «» 

Anderson H P, secretary Y M C A, bds Gino House, Hay- §| 

wood and French Broad ave 
Anderson Curtis, head waiter Glen Rock f^ 

Anderson Mitchell, carpenter, r rear 348 Haywood £d 

Anderson W K, bds 155 no Main g 

Anderson J W Rev, r West and Seney ^ 

Anderson Lena, c, cook, 34 Flint q 

Anderson Andrew, <:, waiter Grand Central, r near 64 Poplar 2 
Anderson Hattie, c, laundress, near 64 Poplar 
Angel Mattie, c, nurse, bds 32 Bailey 
Andrews Miss, bds Gano House, Haywood and French q 

Broad ave 

. , . — ~ 1 

S^^SfE&S JasJ, Mnu'i L "WMte Man's Bar," |g 



on exhibiton to attract the 
ttention of the lower trade. 
But First-Class Goods only at Cor - Sout:i1 Main and * & S& (Do* 11 Stairs.) ? 



attention of the lower trade. - ® 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux' 

IIIIM Presi ^ ent ' L. P. McLoud, Vice-Preai- 

h)3 ' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

* g $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Money 

,c loaned on Real Estate on long time. 
jqcu, ° 

AND . 110 ARM ' 

K^ — 

[>£ Andrews C T, r 35 west Haywood 

H° Andrews Allie, r 105 Cleveland 

W5 Andrews J B, carpenter, bds Carolina House 

"* Andrews Lucy Mrs. bds Carolina House 

^Andrews H J, r 105 Cleveland 

a Anthony John r, lab, bds 18 Bearden ave 

jg. Anthony Emma, c, laundress, bds Cripple ck 

Appling John, c, wks Battery Park 

qq Arnold Virginia Miss, pupil A F College 

^ Arnold Lillian Miss, pupil A F College 

f* ARNOLD Rev J D, prof A F College, r same 

Jjj Arnold Pearl Miss, pupil A F College 



Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, 



AKHEVILLfi, N. C. 



WNo. 43 Patton Avenue, under Grand Opera 

Wiajiuij uuuio (y uiuiiiciiuiij HO use. "woodlawn" 
Thomas, Roberts. Stevenson Stoves & Ranges, [WOOD] COOK SXOVES. 

Also, Bridgeford & Co.'s Steel Ranges. Specialty Made of Hotel Rauges. 

^j Arnold Hugh, telegraph operator R&D Depot, bds 45 2 So 

Depot 
£■4 Artis Mahala, r Church between Bailey and so Main 
£H Arthur J P, attorney, r 324 College 
ijj Arthur J P Mrs, r 324 College 
fe Arthur F B Miss, r 324 College 

ARRINGTON Dr B F, dentist, office 31 Patton ave, 2d 

q floor, R Woodfin & Locust. (See adv) 

•+3 Arrington B F Mrs, r Woodfin and Locust 

03 Arrington Mary Miss, r Woodfin and Locust 

jU Armstrong J L Mrs, r 45 Bridge 
P^ Armistead Will, c, driver, bds 16 Short 

"3 McKINNON & PEINE, Mmi Tailors - 58 Soiltl1 M *'" Stat, 

(^ Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



Our SODA. WATER and other Mountain Drinks arc conceded theW> 
best. The only place where whites alone are served. a ft 

RAYSOR & SMITH'S, fl 

Sl^attonjflLvenue.H | 

"ASH 111 ASH Ja 

— — — — — g» 

Asheville Baptist The, Rev E A Brown, bus mngr ?= 

Asheville Methodist The, Rev J F Austin |^ 

ASHEVILE MILLING CO, office 30 Patton ave, Tel|| 

36, E E Eagan, W E Collins cl 

ASHEVILLE FEMALE COLLEGE, Oak st bet Wood- II 

fin and College, Prof B E Atkins, Pres and Treas, £■•§_ 

J D Arnold, Secty. (See descriptive article) 3q 

Asheville Tobacco Woiks, So Main, Frederick Hull, mngr i'o 

Asheville Street Car Co, office, So Main, (Tel i6,)ThosWS< 

Patton, supt " 

ASHEVILLE CIGAR CO, 33 Patton ave, R R Porter, § 1 

' *^ ft) 

mngr 2-« 

_ .|.g 

Real Estate and Fir e Insurance, !! 

111 iiniMin 11 mill M 



G.T.RAWLS, 



No. 5 Patton Ave, Asheville, N. C. m 



ASHEVILLE HOMESTEAD LOAN ASSOC, S Ham- ^ 
mershlag, pres; A A Gudger, v pres ; E J Holmes, ^ 
secy and treas • © 

ASHEVILLE ICE & COAL CO, office 30 Patton ave, ^ 

(Tel 40); H T Collins, pres; E E Eagan, secy and treas 2 

ASHEVILLE LUMBER AND MNFG CO, West End, © 

(Tel 9), W B Marx, pres; E S Clayton, mngr -^ 

ASHEVILLE ICE FACTORY, "West End," Tel 67 _ 

ASHEVILLE FURNITURE AND LUMBER CO, © 

A W Butt, pres, Springfield, Ohio; W H Young, ' 

vice pres, Kenton, Ohio; W VV Avery, treas; Wm *» 

Edmiston, secy and gen'l mngr; G H Walker, supt. **" 

PURITY, ) -ft-ses: otrsa specialties. SS- 

romptnI1s and i Jag. B. Loughra&'s i; White Han's Bar.'E- 

Qor. South Main and Eagle [Down Stairs.] V* 



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Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
§50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
ral Banking Business Transacted. 



ASH 



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Asheville Shoe Co, Patton ave, (Tel 34,) R L Graham, pres; 

M D Long, v pres; Jno Y Jordon, secy and treas. 
ASHEVILLE MINING AND MINERAL CO, office 5 

No Main, Nat Atkinson, A M Stoner, F L Dortch, 

(Tel 74) 
Askew Lydia, c, r 109 Beaumont 
Aston E J, insurance agt, r 63 Church 
Aston Cordelia G, r 63 Church 
Aston Anna Miss, c, bds 63 Church 
Aston Mildreth Mrs, r 112 Charlotte 
Aston Edward, r 112 Charlotte 
Athletic Club, S Main 






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ns Otho, bds 146 S Main 

ns Prof B E, Pt A F College, r same 

ns B E Mrs, r A F College 

ns Emmett D, r A F College 

ns Jas W, r A F College 

ns Mary F Miss, r A F College 

ns Lilian J Miss, r A F College 

ns Berni W Miss, r A F College 

ns Wm, painter, r 165 Church 

ns Sarah, r 165 Church 

ns T W Jr, bds 146 so Main 

ns Eugene, bds 146 so Main 



PETME Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



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'E offer for sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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E offer for sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantiee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and xo McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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Rayssr la Smith's Drug Store, 31 Pattan k. 



■•'■<■"•<" "-»'* mvsct w !iiu.ui * uiuu 1 Abulia ui ta^.u avy. a? 

a customer at 

Your trade appreciated. Your interest studied. | 2. 

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ATK 113 ATK og 

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Atkins wid Thos, r 146 so Main §" P 

Atkins Jas, bds 146 S Main || 

Atkins Isaac, painter, bds 16? Church = 3 

Atkins Andrew wks A Fur Factory, r near Cotton Mills So 

Atkins Sue Miss, r 214 Chestnut - 01 ® 

Atkins Bertha Miss, r 214 Chestnut oS 

Atkins W J, traveling salesman, -Knoxville, Tenn, r 2i4 i " < !l 

Chestnut »§■ 

so a 

Atkins T S, lumber dealer, r 214 Chestnut p g 

ATKINSON NAT & SONS, real estate, office 5 N §| 

Main, (tel 74) ?~ 

Atkinson Nat Tr, real estate, office N Main, r 211 Haywood S-S? 

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always buy your commencing ■""'"■ ■* ■ ■ ■■■»»•■ " " ' _ ~ *>*< 

outfit from us. Every article at our store is new, neat and handsome, and a NH 
first-class store in every respect. £^ 

Atkinson Mary Miss, r Pa Ave, N Asheville ^ 

Atkinson Mrs Natt Sr, r Pennsylvania ave, N Asheville O 

Atkinson Nat, real estate office, 5 N Main, r Pennsylvania w 

ave, N Asheville go 

Atkinson N B Mrs, r 211 Haywood <^ 

ATKINSON N B, real estate, Nat Atkinson & Son, P 

office 5 N Main, r 211 Haywood. (See desc article) § 
Atkinson Julia Miss, bds 50 Chestnut t^ 

Atkinson E B Mrs, r 50 Chestnut 55 

Atkinson B M Mrs, wid M D, mnfr pickles and condiments, ^ 

r 303 College |g 

Atkinson Roy D, tinner, r 305 College P 3 

Jas, i Loughran's "White Man's Bar," 0or - n So - Mai,&Eagk f 1 

O ' Donn Stairs. ^-< 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly, jg* 



S~~ M W. tali & Co., Cf 7 8ttl hla "' ; 



h Western Carolina Bank, ps;YKr"S 

«s ' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

| S $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Your 
o z Correspondence solicited. 

ti ATK 114 AVE 

llATKINSON E B, Nat Atkinson & Sons, real estate 

and loans, office 5 N Main, r 50 Chestnut 
orjAustelle Isaac W, night watchman Street Car Shops, r 20 

iS Mulberry 

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>,^Austelle Mary H, r 20 Mulberry 

Q .ujAutrey Mattie Mrs, r 22 Bearden 

o-gAutrey R J, mngr Singer Machine Co, office 62 S Main, r 

4,«» 22 Bearden Ave 

IJAustin Mrs, r 160 Bailey 

^SAiistin Fletcher, carpenter, r 160 Bailey 

^uAustin F, carpenter, r Peachtree 

"2'i Austin Mary, r Peachtree 



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Walter 5. teta 



Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 

DEEDS, and Notary Public, 
No. 30 Patton Ave nue, Asheville, flf. V. 

' Specialties: Real Property and Conyeyancing. 



fcflAust 
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5^Aust 
SaAust 



n J F, telegraph lineman, r 45 Bridge 

n J F Mrs, r 45 Bridge 

n Ellen, c, cook, r 1 1 Hiawasse Place 

n Frank, c, blacksmith, r nr 160 Sycamore 

n Delia, c, r nr 160 Sycamore 
» AVERY W W, treas A F & L Co, bds Battery 
Park 
tt.2 Avery Frank, c, r 4 Madison 
w Avery Tempie, c, sick nurse, r 4 Madison Ave 
fyfAverv Matilda, c, nurse, Hiawasse Place 
MAvery Emma, c, house maid, 95 Charlotte 
p^Avery Lizzie, c, cook Mission Hospital, 17 Charlotte 

* McKlNNQN & PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 Sonth Main St. 

S Cleaning and Kepairing Promptly attended to. 



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P n r P n I nT | f| M C fll I Cfl D»y •' Night by competent Apothecaries ; CD 
rnLuUlUri lUllU I ILLlU delivered free to any part of the City. 2C 

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Rajrsor & Smith, 31 Patton Ave. 3 

BAD 115 BAI 'S 

ADGER T W. wks Asheville Shoe Factory, bds 47 f^ 

Walnut CD 

SO 
Badger Charles L., mngr King Pub Co, office McAfee build- m 

ing, Patton ave, bds 122 Blanton ,. 

Badger Mamie L Mrs, bds 122 Blanton • 

Bailey Katie Mrs, Cotton Mills, r near same • £ti 

Bailey Pollie Mrs, Cotton Mills, r near same S 

Bailey Nancy, r near Cotton Factory <j 

Bailey Charles, porter Grand Central, r Valley st ^ 

Bailey P E, r 37 Blanton ® 

Bailey M B, carpenter, r 37 Blanton 

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Bailey Leah W, r 37 Blanton 




ASIIEVILEE, mr. c. 

No. 43 Patton Ave, tinder Grand Opera House ^ 
1 _ y biiM W U a y Vii'ik yyiii Steam Fitting, Gas Fitting. » *t 

"ROYAL," GAS MACHINE. £» 

Used exclusively by Penn. R. R. o Several now in Operation in this City, g S 

_____ ___ _ £, 

Bailey Bettie A, wks Cotton Fnctory, r near same *» 
Bailey Shedrach, c, plumber, r near 307 Bailey 

Bailey Cap, c, boot black, r near 307 Bailey p g. 

Bailey John, c, lab, bds near 307 Bailey c-S' 

Bailey Mary, c, r near 307 Bailey g| 

Bailey Jane, c, r near 307 Bailey ^^ 

Bailey Viney, c, 70 Bailey st §£' 
Bailey James J, c, brickmason, r McDowell st, near Fitch £'§ 

Planing Mills i = 

Bailey Ella, c, r McDowell, near Fitch Planing Mills »a 

Bailey Mandie, c, r Philip ?5 

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Bailey Vinie, c, laundress, r Poplar |g" 

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' The Neatest and most Quiet Place in Town to spend an hour or two at " ^ 
BILLIARD* or POOL, and at the same time " smile," is at ^^ 

JAS. H. LOUGBRAN'S "WB1TE MAN'S BAR," JXT ? 1 

' (Down Stairs.) a> 



ii Western Carolina Bank, SaSS M^vSfes 

« i ' dent, J. E, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

g-S $50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
©z and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 

eg _ 

?Z ' BAI 116 BAI 

a:£ 

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•§« Bailey Lee, c, wks Park, r 40 Poplar 
5 Bailey Clara, c, cook College, near Asheville Female College 



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g= Bailey Nancy, c, cook, r 142 Pine 

^ Bailey George, c, lab, r 142 Pine 

Q* Bailey Nelson, c, janitor Legal Bldg, r Mountain and Pine 

•2«; Bailey Nancy, c, laundress, r Mountain and Pine 

£= Bailey Carrie, c, nurse Oks ilotel, r Mountain and Pine 

Hi Bailey George, c, lab, r Mountain and Pine 

&| Bailey William Rev, c, r Mountain and Pine 

^!? Bailey Andy, c, shoemaker, r Mountain and Pine 

gjj Bailey Fondra, c, lab, r 160 Sycamore 

|g Bailey Rebecca, c, r 160 Sycamore 

-£• — — 

f§ fl HI P AWT ^ Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 
5 s U . 1 . llli ff h ? No 5 Patton Ave ^ Asheville N c 



>** Bailey C B, c, head waiter Swan Hotel, r same 

I Baird, wid A E, r 136 Broad 

£| Baird Dr E, r 55 Pine 

<z Baird E Mrs, r 33 Pine 

jgjj Baird A H, chief police, r 54 Bridge 

HS Baird J H Mrs, r 54 Bridge 

©3 Baird J A, elk, r 54 Bridge 

\a Baird A H, r 54 Bridge 

w ^ Baird I C, r 67 College 

W Baird C Mrs, r 67 College 

£^ Baird Mary Miss, r 6j College 

p* Baird Charles, elk S R Chedester & Son, r Grand Central 

^ McKIHIIOII & PETB1E, MM Mm , 5B M Main street ' 

g CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDEO TO. 



PURITY OF GOODS, o 

OMTRXESS TO CUSTOMERS, and „ 

uo-ii p i m:ss with orders and prescriptions© g" 

HAYSOU tSct SMITH, 31 Patton Ave.-^ 

"" BAI 117 BAL "|| 

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Baird C N, elk Chedester & Son, Pattern ave, r A2 Patton ave p^ 

Baird John, *r, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r 102 Moutain ~ H | 

Baird Lottie, c, r 102 Mountain d| 

Baker H D, butcher, r I to Cherry - m k 

Baker L A Mrs, r 1 10 Cherry » °- 

Baker Jno A, bds 1 10 Cherry §| 

Baker Chas. elk Hare Bros, So Main, bds 27 No Main ©B 

Baker C T, elk Hare Bros, So Main, r 27 No Main g 
Baker Mary, r 31 Grove 

Baker J R, wks Cotton Factory, r 39 West Haywood 
Baker L C, wks Cotton Factory, r 39 w Haywood 
Baker Davie, r 39 w Haywood 



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Gmyft ^Olest, R " L 1N Tu A R r N c E ,S 

S. E. Court Square. S 



Established 1SS1. 



Baker Alfred, c, lab, r 157 Hill 

Baker Sallie, c, r r57 Hill Q 

Baker Bill, c, lab, r Vailey k^ 

Baker Nellie, c, laundress, r Valley 

Baltimore United Oil Co, West End, (Tel 3$) j^ 

Ballauf Chas, bds 1 15 Haywood 

Ballauf Mrs, bds 115 Haywood 

Ball — , auctioneer, r 79 Academy 

Ball Mrs, r 79 Academy 

Ball J S, auctioneer, r 45 Short 

Ball L C, r45 Short 

Ball R S, elk No Main, r nr 357 No Main 



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JAS. H. LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR/S 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the State for medicinal^ 
purposes, COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. - 



The WHISKIES 
WINES AND 
BRANDIES AT 



v III i n |i n I Organized May 1888; Lewis Maddux, President, 

? WDOlPin Qm f13 KailV L - p - McLoud. Vice-President, J. E. Rankin, 

fS lIuOlulll ufllUllllfl UQI Il\l Cashier. Directors-Lewis Maddux, Geo. S. 

H ' Powell, J. E. Rankin, C. M. McLoud, J. E. Ray, 

« S. H. Reed M. J. Bearden, J. E. Reed, M. J. Fagg. Capital, S50,000; Surplus, 

<£ 820,000. State, County and City Depository, 

I BAL 118 BAR 

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;*2 Ball RS Mrs, rnr 357 No Main 
gg Ball M, r 31 Seney 
S* Ball M Mrs, r 31 Seney 
-g| Ball A T, r East nr No Main 
|c» Ball D S Mrs, r East nr No Main 
.£g Ballanger Geo, bds So Main 
Jg Ballard Dottie, bds 42 Haywood 

*S BALLARD WALDO H, Ballard Rich & Boyce, 
,*3 tinware, stoves and plumbers, svv cor Court Sqr, r 210 

Haywood, (Tel 17), (See descriptive article) 
* Ballard A M, physician, office 28 Patton ave, r 210 Hay ward, 
|ui (Tel 24) 

1 IlltelSiM W. Thrash Si Bl b R ^ i LA0E, 

"Eg &c, for their dear ones! I ""« "■ •■"*»" " ••■■J 41 PattOu Ave. 

t5s should give us a call before you buy. We are the Leaders. 

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,£m u . 

1% Ballard Albert Mrs. r 210 Hayoowd 

1 2 Baumberger J, cook Winyah House, ne cor Pine and Baird 

".g Banning Maggie Miss, pupil H I School 

«£ Banning Richard, wks Asheville Shoe Factory, bds Buttrick 

S a, Banks Lavina, c, laundress, r Pearson ave 

P I Banks Wiley, c, waiter Battery Park, r Pearson ave 

§£ Banks, wid H H Rev, r 35 Charlotte 

*| Banks Wm M, r 35 Charlotte 

' ^Bangle Annie, c, nurse Ravenscroft School 

p^j Bandy Etta, cook, Spring nr Broom Factory 

£jj Barry E M, driver, bds 50 Peachtree 

Pnl Barnhardt Eugene, supt Graham's Factory, r 87 Park ave 

i MCEISI l m MerCha Mai? St 58 S ° Uth 

pq CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 








The "Carolina" Saloon, <^j \(j 
19 North Main St., 
FRANK O'DONNELL, 
Proprietor. 



In reviewing the business industries of Asheville we find there exists 
a class of houses in every way prepared to compet- in the several lines 
they represent with other houses of greater cities throughout the South. 
The splendid stock, superior resources and excellent commercial stand- 
ing is a pride to the citizens of this city. 

A house wherein the proprietor has a natural aptitude and taste for 
his particular line, is that conducted by Mr. Frank O'Donnell, 19 North 
Main, hence we find that it is particularly requisite to compile historic 
meutioa of the representative houses in each department of trade, thus 
demonstrating the importance of the City of Asheville, and further- 
more, the source of his supply. 

The establishment occupied by this sentleman contains one of the 
largest stocks carried by any firm in a similar line in this sec ion, and 
we might add, embraces contributions of the "mellowest and oldest 
treasures for man," from the vineyards of every sunny land under every 
sunny sky. 

The appointments and equipage of these wine rooms are in every sense 
first-class, having latelj 7 been beautified in the manner of attractive and 
expensive fixtures, and generally improved with everything appropri- 
ately selected to this line, which ranks it now among the foremost es- 
tablishments of the " Future City," making a specialty of Burk's Irish 
Whiskey, directly imported by Mr. O'Donnell. The high quality of this 
article is well suiter! to the keen taste of the connoisseur and all loversof 
an article rich in flavor and aroma. 

Mr. O'Donnell, prior to a few v eeks ago, had been for some time past 
sojourning with his family in Europe, combining business with pleas- 
ure. During his absence the business was under the ye of Mr. Patrick 
Mclntire, a competent young man of business ability, who is still with him. 

Mr. O'Donnell is a native of County Donegal, Ireland, while the in- 
ception the of " Carolina" dates back to 1887, and since his residence in 
this City Mr. O'Donnell has been an active foreman of the Rescue Hook 
and Ladder Co. of this City, and in many roles has nlayed the part of a 
prosperous business man Personally he is of a congenial temperament, 
and deserving in a large measure the success so liberally accorded him. 
" Life is a breath : 
Darkness brinseth death : 
Keep, while we may, 
Care away." 



RAYSOR & SMITH'S, - *~^t^^ a ^°L,,,n 



» Pure Drugs. Rare Chemicals and Patent Medicines, £ 5 

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31 3?atto:n. Aveniae. 






BAR 119 BAR fa 



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Barnhaidt Mary Mrs, r Sy Park ave 

Barnhardt Emma, c, cook, r nr Cotton Factory 

Barrett A P, route agent Express Co, r 33 Bailey 

Barrett Emma L Mrs, r 33 Bailey 

Barnett Mack, c, lab, r Cripple Creek 

Barnett Ed, c, lab, Cripple Creek »2. 

Barnett W H A, groceryman, r 49 Academy , §aj 

Barnett N L Mrs, r 49 Academy ^Jf 

Barnett Chas, plasterer, bds 124 Woodfire q^ 

Barkley R A, car inspector, r 298 Depot Ig. 

Barkley Sallie D, r 298 Depot |o 

Barker T M, Starnes Ave nr N Main St 

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Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of pi 

DEEDS, and Notary Public, £"3 

Bfo. 30 Patton Avenue, Asheville, N. C. go 

Specialties : Real Property and conveyancing. I | 

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Barker M C Mrs, r Starnes Ave nr N Main ||f 

Barker M C Miss, r Starnes Ave nr N Main M 

Barker Ellen M Miss, r Starnes Ave nr N Main 
Barker Lydia S Miss, r Starnes Ave and N Main ?w 

Bartley Thos, c, brick moulder, r 157 Hill S 

Barber Nita Miss, bds Spring nr Broom Factory ^ 

Barber L C Mrs, r Spring nr Broom Factory O 

Barber J Y, warehouseman, r' Spring nr Broom Factory 
Barber Minnie, bds 300 Baily 
Barber Mary, c, cook, 452 S Depot 
Barber Ellen, c, cook, 115 Haywood Q 

Barnwald M E Miss, pupil A F College 

SySd^ffaX^ k H. Loughran's "White Man's Bar/'f? 

on exhibition to attract the -—»»■—— -.—■■■■—.. ,.— , , „.„_ S.» 

attention of the lower trade. Cor. South Main and Eagle, Down Stairs, f • 
But First-Class Goods only at » 



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Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
'' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
w $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

BAR 120 BEA 

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IgBarkley Hy F, teamster, r 298 Depot 

aiBarkley Mattie, r 298 Depot 

OzBarnard Jack H, electrician, r Starnes Ave and N Main 

ISBarnard Ida L, r N Main and Hillside 

I^Barnard Sarah, c,rS Main 

-^Barnard J H, lumberman, r N Main and Hillside 

"foBarnard J H Mrs, r N Main and Hillside 

^Barnard W W Mrs, r 74 N Main 

BARNARD W W, broker, National Bank of Ashe- 
ville, D C Waddell pres, W W Barnard vice-pres 
;§*" Lawrence Pulliam cashr, r 74 N Main 

^Barnard Miss, removed to Virginia 

ASHEVILLE, N. €. 

43 Patton Ave. under Grand Opera House. 

SANITARY PLUMBING, ROOFING,' Steam- Hot Water and Hot A,r Heat>no. 
_._ .-. — — ...J, House-Furnishing Ojoods. 

«s — — GAb FITTING"— —HEATING and cooking stoves.— 

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;,alBassett Albert, carpenter, bds 117 S French Broad 

•5»Basscoe Bill, c, wks Freight Depot, r 371 Haywood ■ 

ziBatton L H, bds Patton Ave and Church, sewing machine 

gl agent 

^Battle S W Mrs, bds Battery Park Hotel . 

gJBattle S W, physician, office Johnston Building, S Main, bds 

Battery Park, (tel 3s) 
ai-^Batson Lewis, sewing machine agent, bds 31 French Broad 
% "BATTERY PARK HOTEL, bet Patton Ave, Haywood 
frf and French Broad, Jno B Steele, mngr, (tel 35) 
WBearden W R, r 15 Bearden Ave 
prJBearden W R Mrs, r 15 Bearden Ave 
<t? 

Jj PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

g CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, 



P Taylor, Bonis & Broteton,^ 



\\1& are State Agents for N. C. Inland <fc Co.'s celebrated 
" Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of New York. 
We can insure you against accident or deatli in the 
"Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn." 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



IirB are State Agents for N. C. Inland eV: Co.'s celebrate^ 
»' Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plato Glass Insurance Company of New York. 
We can insure you against accident or death in the 
•'Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn." 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



DAVOflD P PMIITUIO StocK of KKCGGISTS* SUNDRIES is IhcQ 
rlnluUn 6i olYI! 1 U «■©»* varied and com. 01 Dottntj Ayp]]T]P 5 

plete of any house in Asheville. ^P 

BEA 121 BEL S 

Bearden A R Mrs, r 235 N Main f^ 

Bearden Minnie E Miss, bds 235 N Main O 

Bearden Eugene M, bds 235 N Main m 
Bearden M J, Bearden, Rankin & Co, merchants, S Main, r 235 

N Main P 

Beattie Monroe, c, brick mason, r 83 Beaumont £d 

Beaird Lynn P, storekeeper, Glenn Rock Hotel, r same W 

Bean Jno K, bds 177 S Main 5 

Bean wid Jno, r 177 S Main q 

Bean Sam'l H,bds 177 S Main © 

Bean W F, harnessmaker, r Roberts near Cotton Factory ^ 

Bean R M Mrs, r Roberts near Cotton Factory ^ 

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Gwyn & West, 



Establish.. 1 issi. S. E. Court Square. ?» 

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Bean Pink, c, lab, r 136 Biiley £« 

Beaman Blanche Miss, pupil A F College 

Beach Jennie Miss, r 54 Mountain g. 

Beam W S, shoemaker, r 122 Cherry &| 

Beam A D, shoemaker, bds 122 Cherry g£ 

Bean Mary F., r 122 Cherry "§& 

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Bebber A C, carpenter, bds 69 Orange g£ 

Beck M J, elk H Redwood & Co, 7 and 9 Patton ave, r || 

same || 

Beck George, carpenter, bds 128 Bailey £"W 

Beck Jackson, carpenter, bds 128 Bailey 5? 

Bell Laura Miss, housekeeper Western Hotel, r same |g" 

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The 'Whiskies, I n 1 I J //I I Bl li II p a JllFa 



Jas. I. Ifl^iu'i "White Man's Bar,'! 



,v, b;.„:;l„, Jas, n. ij0ugara.11 s waits man ear, k 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the State tor medicinal?*© 
purposes. Cor. South Main and Eagle, Down Stairs. g- 

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Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 
President, L. P. McLoud, Viee-Presi- 
' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
m $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

BEL 122 BER 

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-SBell G U, grocer, 62 Charlotte, r .same 

fag b ' ■ 

--/jgBellew Wm P, r 123 Roberts 

o z Bellew J R, railroader, r 123 Roberfs 

IgBellew M J Mrs, r 123 Roberts 

.i></>Belote Tracy, plasterer, bds Flint 

4=Belote Lillie Miss, bds fllint 

IgBelote Kate Mrs, r Flint 

^«,Belote V T, plasterer, r Flint 

°3Belmore Bert, c, wks Carmichael's so Main, r 82 Valley 

^gBelmore Jane c, r 82 Valley 

.sSBenson Hy, laborer, r so Main 

J, -Benson Lizzie, r so Main 



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it fl T 15 II lin 5 Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 



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7 No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



•^Benson E A, painter, r near 50 Bailey 

2 ^Benson L Ada, r near 50 Bailey. 

£|Beuson Ro, bds near 20 Bailey 

fc SBenson Abe, c, r near Broom Factory 

^Benson Mary, c, wks Battery Park, r near Broom Factoty 

gj|Berry J J, foreman Coal Schute, r near French Broad Lum- 

M ber Yards 

J-oBerry Clara E, r near French Broad Lumber Yards 

% ''Berry Eliza, r Jefferson drive near freight depot 

IvjBerry Liney, r Jefferson drive, near freight depot 

ftJBerry James, r Jefferson drive near freight depot 

—jBerry Hattie, c, laundress, r Madison 

^ MgKiDDDD & Pfltril! Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street , 

O ' Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



The Most Complete Stock of 

Pure Drugs, Rare Chemicals and Patent Medicines 



EajrfHi's.ij 

31 Pattou Ave. * ° 



BEE 123 BIX 



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Beernacker Frieda, bds 4 Spring 

Bernacker Julius, carpenter, r 4 Spring h 



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Bernacker Francis, 4 Spring p^ 

Best Wm, c, lab, r 31 Valley *g 

Best Nellie, c, r 31 Valley jȣ- 

Bert Carrie Miss, pupil H I School |c 

Bevel Francis, c, cook, 130 Valley 

Beval James, c, porter, r 130 Valley 

Biddle Pearl Miss, pupil A F College 

Bies Catherine, r Baptist Hill 

Biggs Julia Miss, modiste, bds 159 Patton ave 

Bigelovv Maj Allen G, r Victoria, ij4 miles south Main 




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D. Is now the leading place in Asheville to buy |_J 

1 Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Rogers Cutlery, PI 

ft ft ft ft House Furnishings, Tinware, Stoves, &c, at^j 
, , Qi ,'4iU tl prices that will astonish you. Store very neat. □ 
I MflHie THAD. W. THRASH & CO., ^ 

41 Patton Ave., Under Grand Opera House. <S 

Bigelow G Mrs, r Victoria, 1^ miles south Main Qs 

Bird Intha Miss, pupil H I School rt 

Bird Maggie, £, ch maid, 67 College W 
Bird George Mrs, r 357 North Main 

Birdine J D, sewing machine agt, bds 94 Cherry (X 

Bissell D W, 2d head master Ravenscroft School a 
Bishop Jeff, night watchman, r McDowell, nr Fitch Planing q 

Mills • 
Bishop Emma, r McDowell nr Fitch Planing Mills 

Bishop John L, fireman, bds Jeff Drive, nr freight depot —■» 

Bishop Ella Miss, bds 149 Haywood g_ 

Bixby J S Mrs, bds 155 North Main «» 

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The Neatest and Most Quiet place in Town to spend an hour or --a 
two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time 'smile," is at Jjg 

Cor. South Main & Eagle, =^s 



Jas, H. Loughran's "lite Man's Bar, 



(Down Stairs.) 



^ 11/ I p J' fl- I. Organize 1 May, 18R8; Lewis Maddux, 

*i Western Laro ma BanK, ^ e t d T%\\^^ vi - pr fi- 

x * ' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

eg $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
C z est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

BIX 124 BLA 

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|S BIXBY J S, mngr Tel Exchange, bds 155 North Main 

^™ (Tel office ioo, Tel res 90) 

|= Blackwell — , wks Asheville Shoe Factory, bds Magnolia 

o - House 

£■* Blackmer Lizzie, r, nurse, 82 Park ave 

^Blackburn Ida Miss, pupil A F College 

:>x Blackburn Stella, bds 31 Grove 

:§ = Black Will, bricklayer, bds Buck Tavern 

g» Black T P, bricklayer, r 32 Davidson 

t,™ Black T P Mrs, r \2 Davidson 

g.J Black Will, engineer, bds 452 S depot 

"I Black Wm, c, lab, bds 39 Hill 

Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 
DEEDS, and Notary Public, 
„ So. 30 Pat ton Avenue. Asheville. Jf. C. 

specialties : Real Property and Conveyancing. 

— s- „ , 

o"-e Blairsdell V C, modiste, 23 Depot 

^ Blanchard J C, carp, r nr Bridge and Woodfin 
^sBlanchard Loula, r nr Woodfin and Bridge 
^ BLANTON, W. P. & CO., Livery, Feed, and Sale 

a Stables, Water nr Patton ave (Tel 50. See descrip- 

H^- tive article.) 

0- Blanton J, C D Blanton & Co, clothiers, s \v court place, bds 
3-3 Swan Hotel 

1 ^Blanton Rosa Miss, pupil H I School 
gBLANTON C D, mayor of Asheville, C D Blanton & 
Co, clothing and gents' fur goods, sw court place, 
P5 bds Battery Park Hotel 

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&P[TR|E Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



Stock of DRUGGISTS* SIXDRIES is the OO 

o c 
p ~t 
most varied and eoin- 



nfllOUii 6/ Omlln most varied and com- 01 D-j[f, Lpmip j... 
plete of any house in Asheviile. *™ -*■"""■ — «^— . g ?r 

BLA 125 BOB" 



: ' — » o 

Blalock Mary, cook, 68 Depot -"j 

Blalock C H, plasterer, bds 72 Depot go 

Blalock — , lather, bds 33 Butterick -"§. 

Blandy J B, bds Ravenscroft School f g 






Blair Addie Miss, pupil H I School 

Blair W A Mrs, r Penland g£ 
BLAIR W A, Blair & Brown, furniture and under- f g 

takers Patton ave (tel 75), r Penland £" 

j?/<z/r A J, died July 6, i8go q | 

Blair J F, agt R and D Ry Co, r 31 Penland £| 

Blair Mrs, wid A J, r 31 Penland ig> 

Blair William P, r 48 Spruce 5| 



Taylor, Boais & Brotherton, 



ASHEVILLE, N. C. By 

43 Patton Avenue, under Grand Opera House. <g H 

Specialty made of 5'P* 

Fine Mr) PlamDiag and House Heato, STEAM USEE™ AND |I 

. . Us 

Blair William P Mrs, r 48 Spruce ||j" 

Blair Jeff, c, porter Ravenscroft School ^ 

Blevens W S, r nr Buxton • 

Blevens C E, bds nr Buxton &d 

Blevens J W, wks Graham's factory, bds nr Buxton 2 

Blevens Rosella, wks Cotton Factory, bds nr Buxton ^j 

Blevens Anna, wks Cotton Factory, bds nr Buxton Q 

Blevens M E, wks Graham's Factory, bds nr Buxton O 
Blevens M V, wks Graham's Factory, bds nr Buxton 
Blythe — , carp, r nr 357 N Main 

Blythe Sarah, r nr 357 N Main § 
Bobough Nancy Mrs, removed to So. Ca 



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SMrSSTEfcS Jas. H, Loughran's "WMta Man's Bar," 5 = 

on exhibiton to attract the — — — —«— — ™— «— ^— ^^— . ^ 

attention of the lower trade. - e«„+i, rf-;„ «„j u,j„ - -. . . S" 

But First-Class Goods only at Cor - Soutl1 Main ani Ea 2 l5 ( D °* n stair3 -) ? 



S 111 I Pi! n I. Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux 

i Western Carolina Bank, ^r^^Ak^^Xi 

% $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Money 
™ loaned on Real Estate on long time. 

S> m 

I . BOG 126 BOR 

|| . 

^sBoger Mary c, cook, 25 Bailey 
gSBolt Selma Miss, pupil, H I School 



Bollinger R C, tailor Schartle's, N Main, r 39 Penland 



-"^Bollinger R C Mrs, 39 Penland 

"it Boiling Jno, bkkpr, r 25 Bailey 

1«Boling BE, carp, r Hill 

pBolingT A Mrs, r Hill 

JtgBootger Chas, bds Magnolia House 

■£g Booker Pollie c, ch maid, 24 Bailey 

^ Boone SJ Mrs, Cotton Factory, r near Ice Factory 

|«s Boone Hattie, house maid, Flint 

-"i Boone Amos, lab, r near Ice Factory 



C.T. HAILS. 



Estate and Fire Insurance, 



sI Ul1 ' "" " " M ? No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 
Ed 

.Siu 

^^ _ 

■s'?. Boone Vic, r near Ice Factory 

o-J Bonanza The, 43 S Main, J A Marquardt mngr 

^1 BON MARCHE, 30 South Main, Lipinsky & Ellick, 

5°° proprs, (See adv side lines) 

* f Borders Jno P, clerk, bds Magnolia House 

Z | Borders Mamie P Miss, removed to Shelby, N. C 

C^ Borders J S Mrs, removed to Shelby, N. C 

o° Borders R S, elk Mimnaugh's u .Patton ave, bds Magnolia 

House 
Ex] 

Borders Alphonsus, elk Williamson & Co, Patton ave, bds 



O Magnolia House 

P* Borders J S, bds Magnolia House 



■ & PETME, Mercliant Tailors, 58 Soul Main Street, 

g Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



Onr SODA. WATER anil other Fountain Drinks are conceded the 



S> 



RAYSOR & SMITH'S, 



best. The only place where whites alone are served. g s 

& SMITH'S, 

. S'ji 

BOR 127 BOW ■£« 

Borders Helen, removed to Shelby, N C £2, 

Boss Margaret c, waitress, 87 Bailey f^ 

Bostic Sadie Miss, pupil A F College §» 

Bostic J T Mrs, r 1 17 Chestnut eg 

Bostic William, r 117 Chestnut g" a 

BOSTIC J T, Bostic Bros & Wright, dry goods and h 

notions, 11 N Main, r 117 Chestnut, (See desc art) 3q 

Bostic P L, elk Bostic Bros & Wright, 1 1 N Main, r same $0 

Bostic Sallie, bds nr 255 Grove %< 

Bostic Robt, bds nr 251; Grove " 

Bostic Jno, bds nr 255 Grove §3 

Bostic Geo, bds nr255 Grove g-i" 

. O hj 

GWYN & WEST, |l 



The Sunt Mountain Land Co. ^ ente ., ; 

S- IE. COTJ-JBT SQTJ\A_:R:E. M 

■ ■ ■ ~" ■ ~~~ ■ • 

Bostic Wm, carp, r nr 255 Grove ^ 

Boslic Susie, r nr 255 Grove nh 

Bostic B P Mrs, r 65 S French Broad ave © 

BOSTIC JNO B, real estate, office 11 N Main, r 65 S ^ 

French Broad ave, (See desc art) 5 

Bostic Lou c, laundress, r bet Valley and Eagle y 

BOUIS S G, Taylor, Bonis & Brotherton, house fnrn- ^ 

ishing goods and plumbers, Patton ave, r 176 Merri- 
man ave, (see adv) ^ 

Bouis S G Mrs, r 176 Merrimon ave 

Bowcock Jas S, flagman, bds Depot nr freight depot ^» 

Bovven Lawson,lab, r McDowell nr Fitch's Planing- Mills " = *" 

PURITY, ) -A-^E OTX.E3. SFECIAIiTIES. P" 

ROMPTNils AND j Jas. H. Lougkran's "Whits Kan's Sar,"s 

Cor. South Main and Eagle [Down Stairs-] «* 



k Western Carolina Bank 



$50,000, Surplus, $20,000. 



O* 



ral Banking Business Transacted 



Organized May, 188S ; Lewis Maddux 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
State, County and City Depository. Gene- 



BOW 



128 



BOY 



|S Bowen Mary, r McDowell nr Fitch's Planing Mills 

3 "Bowen Alfred c, wks Steam Laundry, r Pine and College 

|= Bowen Loula c, laundress, r Pine and College 

e Jas A, elk Redwood & Co, Patton ave, r g Flint 

e Janie Mrs, r g Flint 

e Jas, bds g Flint 

e Alex, bds g Flint 

e Eliza Miss, bds g Flint 

eCL, bds Patton ave and Church 

e D L, bds Patton ave and Church 

e Janie Miss, bds 5 Jef Drive 
^'|Boyden Dick c, lab, r 283 Depot 



O O 

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b* Bow 
x<t Bow 
£= Bow 
SS Bow 
!l Bow 
t^Bow 
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Everybody trades with us because we have the largest and best 
line of Crockery, Glassware, House Furnishings, Tinware, Ac, 



in Asheville. 



.had, ff. Thrash & Co., Crystal Palace, 11 Fatten Ave. 



o^ Boyden Sophie, r 283 Depot 

I Boyden Jno Mrs. r 71 Pine 
£j|Boyd W M, carp, r Buttrick nr Haywood 
m- Boyd L E Mrs, r Buttrick nr Haywood 
jjJBoyd Wm H, bds Buttrick, near Haywood 
^?j,Boyd Bessie G Miss, bds Buttrick, near Haywood 
O3 Boyd Mary E, bds 420 So Main 
5 Boyd Mary, c, laundress, r 29 Clement 
J3oyd Bert, eng R&D R'y, bds 452 So Depot 

SBoyd Willie, bds 452 So Depot 
CJ>Boyd Cora, c, house maid, 452 So Depot 
^Boyce W C, r Victoria, i}4 mi South Main 



£5 

P3 



& PETRI F Merchant Tailors, d8 South Main Street, 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



TTfE can Sell your Real Estate at a higher price, 
VV can purchase for you at a lower figure, and 
charge you less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and xo McAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



w 



JK can Sell your Real Kstatc at a higher price, 
can purchase for you at a lower figure, aM 

diaure you less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



Ton will nev 
regret becomi 
a customer at 



= Eijstr & Mi tag Stesjljitok I 






Your trade an»i>reciated. Your interest studied. § 2. 

.q8 

BOY 129 BRA eg 

.§0. 

BOYCE W A, Ballard, Rich & Boyce, House Pnr-&g 

nishing Goods and Plumbers, svv cor Court Place, r ^2 

29 Bailey, (see desc art Tel store 17) 
Boyce Sallie R Mrs, r 29 Bailey 
Boyce Maria, c, r Baptist Hill *f 

Bradshaw Sallie, £, laundress, r 55 Depot S3 

Bradshaw Emma Miss, pupil H I School - M ^. 

Branch S M, wks fur factory, bds 8 Buttrick £§■ 

Branch T W Mrs, r 137 Chestnut p § 

Branch vV J, bkkpr 1st Natl Bank, r 137 Chestnut *§ 

Branch T Wiley, ins agt, office 30 Patton ave, r 137 Chestnut pg- 
Branch Patrick H, elk Battery Park, r 137 Chestnut |3 

•II I M M I Attorney at taw, COMMISSIONER of M 

lK/« IIIH V IIHHIMAM * D EEDS, and. Notary Public, * 

VV Um dCT Ml JllSflj il3jIl- XO ' 3 ° Patt ° n Ave »" (> - Asheville, N. V. M 

rai vmmihimii; SDeciallles . Real Propert7 aM conveyancing. g 

Branch Elvira C Miss, r 137 Chestnut ^ 

Branch Mrs. vvid Jordan, r 137 Chestnut © 

Branch Martha, c, laundress, r 96 Baird m 

Branch Jno, c, lab, r 96 Baird gs 

Branch Eva Miss, r 137 Chestnut C$ 

Branch Louise Miss, r 137 Chestnut 
Brady T M, bds 163 So Main 
Bradley W S, foreman st opening 
Brand Mrs, wid X, bds 147 No Main 
Brackston Ida, c, servant, r Victoria 
Brandon Jno, c, carp, r 64 Poplar 
Brandon Ella, c, laundress, r 64 Poplar 



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Cor. So. Main & Eagle, f £ 
§5 



Jas. H, Louffhran's "White Man's Bar, 

O Down Stairs. ^* 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged a ccordingly g tf 



u ill I PI' n I. Organized Mav, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

II Western Carolina Bank, i^x^^^Xi 

eg SoO.OOO, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Your 
o z Correspondence solicited. 

•o * _ . 

S" BRA 130 BRE 

-„! . 

^"Branan Mary, c, laundress, r Pearson ave 

^"Brannan Allen, c, lab, r Pearson ave 

■g=Bradburn Fannie, c, laundress, r 180 Pine 

o^Brank A V, carp, Depot, near Patton ave 

£<*Brank R A Mrs, r Depot, near Patton ave 

■M^Bramlett Laura, r near Cotton Factory 

Bradford C A, Bradford & Baker, No Main, r Bridge, near 

;_§ Wood fin 

g« Bradford C A Mrs, r Bridge, near Woodfin 

^Bradford Lizzie, c, cook, 9S Park ave 

^.fBracey Geo, c, lab, bds 371 Haywood 

|'§Bracey Ella, c, laundress, bds 371 Haywood 

fl Taylor, Bouis & Brothsrton, 43 F ,^I^!i±t^b P ^ 

^ a" 'SSAOI3 OJiTrai^'SH House. 

•2g •saicjjsr'v"^: cnjsrv - sa:_A.OiiiS -O-Cseiscooc) 
II '8JU^-M0|Sj/yv pus poofli 'spoog Bujqsiujnj-asnoH jo aun II "J 

o-a Bradley J M, butcher, r near Woodfin and Bridge 
.* Bradley H Rebecca, near Woodfin and Bridge 

S| Bradley Sallie Mrs, r Jeff Drive, near frt depot 

w-Bradley Jno, fireman, bds Jeff Drive, near frt depot 

_j| Brevard Thos, c, lab. r 137 Valley 

£&Brem N L, bds 105 So Main 

J| Brem M S, bds 105 So Main 

o'3 Breese Wm E Mrs, r So Asheville 

" -BREESE WM E, First National Bank, W E Breese, 
Pt , Dr Geo W Fletcher, Fletcher's, N C, Vice Pt ; W 
H Penland, Cashier; r So Asheville (Tel 13) 

^Breese W C Mrs, r 38 Penland 



„ & PETR1E, Merchant Tailors, 58 Sonth Main St 

S Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



nnrPpDIDTinWQ Cll I Tfl Day or NI 8' ,lt h * T competent Apothecaries: 
I IILOlHlr I \UnO iILLLU delivered tree to any part of the City. 

Raysor & Smith, 31 Patton Ave. 

BRE 131 BRI " 

Breese Julian C, bkkpr Lst National Bank, r 38 Penland 

Breese M C Miss, r38 Penland 

Breese R E, wks Evening Journal, r 87 Bailey 

Breese Mary J Mrs, r 87 Bailey . ^ 

Breese E, r College and Spruce • 

Breese E Mrs, r College and Spruce £d 

Briddle Jno, c, wks Battery Park, r 17 Peachtree g 

Briddle Cornelia, c, bds 17 Peachtree ^j 

Briddle Spartan, c, bds 17 Peachtree O 

Briddle Jno A, c, drayman, bds 17 Peachtree 

Briar Bryan, c, coachman, 119 S French Broad 

Briggman vvid Dan'l, r 165 Church 



69 

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C.T.RAWLS, 



Real Estate and Fire Insurance, - 

No. 5 Patton Ave, Asheville, N. C. 






Briggman B M, bds 165 Church 

Briggman Eddie, bartender, bds 165 Church " . 

Briggman Louis, lab, bds 165 Church v ~ 

Brittain Frank, bds 179 S Main e-g 

Brittain Susan, c, cook, 49 Academy §§ 

Bridgewater — , carp, r 41 Seney *t* 

Bridgewater Georgia, r 41 Seney °q 
BRIGHT B F P, insurance agent, office Johnston || 

Building, bds Magnolia House. (See adv) - j?^ 

Bright E S, eng, bds Jefferson Drive nr Frt Depot » X 
Bright B F P Mrs, bds Carolina House 
Britt Melvin, carp, r 405 Bailey 



S DO 
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3 a 

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The Neatest and most Quiet Place in Town to spend an hour or two at »q 



BILLIARDS or POOL, and at the same time " smile," is at 

1) Cor. South Main g q 

and Eagle. ? § 

(Down Stairs.) ft 



JAS. H.-LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR/ 



Organized May, 1888 ; Lewis Maddux, 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. E, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
e| 850,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
az and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies, 
■a* , 

«f BRI 132 BRO 

g _ ■ 

|« Britt Sallie, r 405 Bailey 

■.JJ Britt Warley, carp, r 128 Bailey 

|l Britt Mary, r 128 Bailey 

^ Brouse E, bds Spring nr Broom Factory 

q* Bryant Mamie, c, bds nr Broom Factory 

%i BROTHERTON W L, Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton 

house-furnishers and plumbers, Patton Ave, r 163 

Haywood. (See adv. Tel store 95.) 
£1 Brotherton L V Mrs, r 163 Haywood 
.5!? Broyles B E Miss, pupil A F College 
|| Broyles I M Dr, r 8 Spruce 
|l Broyles I M Mrs, r 8 Spruce 

tin 

SB 

8| Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyx, President 

£h — 



_2 Broyles Anna Miss, r 8 Spruce 
a Broyles Delia Miss, r 8 Spruce 
fc£ Broward Maggie Miss, bds 318 Haywood 
Jja Brooks Alex, carp, bds Academy nr Hill 
Ujjj Brooks Jno, r Academy nr Hill 
H& Brooks Julius, carp, r Academy 
©! Brooks T L Mrs, r Academy 
Q S Brooks Jno, c, wks City Fire Department, r 46 Pine 

' Brooks Ellen, c, r 46 Pine 
W Brooks Martha, c, cook, r 267 Valley 
£j Brooks Stuart, c, cook Battery Park, r 267 Valley 
P_ Broughton Piny,r, laundress, bds 156 Church 

„ McKINNON & PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 South lain Street, 

g CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PURITY OF GOODS, ^ 

OMIE.VESS TO I ITSTOJIERS, and * 

ROMPTNESS WITH ORDERS AM> PRESCRIPTIONS o? 

o 2. 

RAYSOR c*3 ©IMITH, 31 Patton -A.T7-©. £ g 

BRO 133 BRO |l 



i" 03 



tdS' 
Broughton Emily, c, laundress, 156 Church p^ 

Broughton Bud, c, driver, bds 156 Church h| 

Brookman H, c, mdsing, r 23 Valley §| 

Brookman Sarah, c, r 23 Valley ™-g 

Brown Liney Mrs, r 149 Haywood S°- 

Brown Waltei, bds 149 Haywood S3 

Brown Frank, merchant, Brown, Gudger & Co, Patton Ave, r gg. 

149 Haywood g- 

Brown Alma May Miss, pupil H I School 

Brown James U, plumber, r nr Peachtree 

Brown B T, brickmason, r nr Peachtree p»< 

Brown Mary E, r nr Peachtree 

Jri 

All mail orders for China, Glassware, Lamps, House Fnriiishings, ^^ 
Ac, are treated with care and promptness. Send theni to uspj 
when you can't come yourself. Respectfully, lad 

TH E CRYSTAL PALACE. J^ ^ J^ J J J| f^ £„ W 



% 



Brown Louis V, hdw merchant, r (99 Haywood Q 

Brown L V Mrs, r 199 Haywood Q 

Brown Carrie May Miss, bds 199 Haywood kaJ 
Brown T E W, bds 199 Haywood 

Brown Albert H, bds 199 Haywood ^ 

Brown Sallie, c, r 27 Valley ^ 
Brown T C, Brown, Gudger & Co, dry goods and notions 33 a 

Patton ave, r 19 Academy » 
Brown Loula Mrs, r 19 Academy 

Brown C N, r 19 Academy ~ <B 

Brown M W, bds 19 Academy g_ 

Brown Mary A, r 65 Academy *** 

"IS *r JAS. H. LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR/I 

BRANDIES AT 7 =a= 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the State for medicinal Z»- 
purposes, COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. ^ 



I Western Carolina Bant 



Organized May 1888; Lewis Maddux, President' 
L. P. McLoud, Vice-President, J. E. Rankin' 
Cashier. Directors— Lewis Maddux, Geo. S* 
Powell, J. K. Uankin, C. M. McLoud, J. E. Ray 
S. H. Reed. M. J. Bearden, J. E. Reed, M. J. Eagg. Capital, 550,000; Surplus, 
j= 820,000. State, County and City Depository. 

tr. ' — 

BRO 134 BRO 



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BROWN J V, Blair & Brown, furniture andunder- 

isi takers, Patton ave, (Tel, day, 75 ; night, 65), r 65 

o£ Academy 

«g Brown. H N, travel salesman Richmond. Va, r 65 Academy 

I - Brown Bettie V Miss, bds 65 Academy 

^ Brown Josephine Mrs, r 65 Academy 

| Q Brown Etta Miss, bds 65 Academy 

£,"* Brown C W, Blair & Brown, Patton ave, r 65 Academy 

Q ,S Brown L, fish market, bds 47 Walnut 

°o Brown L Mrs, r 47 Walnut 

~3 Brown Richard, c, upholsterer, 100 Patton ave 

^ Brown J H, livery stable Water, r 306 No Main 



c«* 



m -. . Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 

AM V II* iiMCH DEEDS, and Notary Public, 



' Specialties: Keal Properly anil Conyeyancing. 



;a! Brown Nancy N Mrs, r 306 No Main 

'I; Brown Mattie B Miss, r'306 No Main 

%\ Brown John F, wks Brown's livery stables, r 306 No Main 

fcg. Brown Thomas, carp, bds 56 Centre 

J .Brown Daniel, Motorman St Ry, bds 4S No Main 

U|-| Brown John, painter, bds 73 No Main 

£•§ Brown Wm P, law student, r 33 Pine 

%%, Brown Laura Miss, r 194 College 

«" Brown E L, elk Graves & Thrash So Main, r 194 College 

pqBrown E L Mrs, r 194 College 

£lj Brown Mary W Miss, r 194 College 

pj Brown Alexander, lab Oaks Hotel, r same 

Z Mill & FETRIE, Mercha ^ain ai sSt 58 South 

pq CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



RnV^flR JP ^MITU'Q The Most Complete Stock of 



Pure Drugs. Rare Chemicals 



CO 
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-H5. 



53. 3Pa.ttC2a. ^.■veaa.vie. 



BRO 135 BRO 

Brown Alexander Mrs, r Oaks Hotel 

Brown DeWitt, drug elk T C Smith & Co So Main, bds 8 £■ 

OS c 

Ma 



fffl 



^ 



Spruce 
Brown DeWitt Mrs, bds 8'Spruce 
Brown E E Mrs, r iSo Woodfin 
BROWN E E, Lindsey & Brown, photographers, ne 8a 

Court Place, r 180 Woodfin gg 

Brown J Evans, r Zealandia, Beaumont Range & Jf 

Brown Kittie Miss, r Zealandia, Beaumont Range q^ 

Brown Maria Miss, r Zealandia, Beaumont Range ~» 

Brown J J, r 351 South Main |%j 

Brown Annie C, r 351 South Main ||. 

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Taylor, Bonis & Erotetoo, ■* 



ASHEVILLE, X. C. 5 

43 Patton Ave. under Grand Opera House.'g,! 



SANITARY PLUMBING, ROOFING, Steam- Hot Water and Hot A.r Heating, go 

^p a -^ riTTIMr » House-Furnishing Goods. on as* 

VjA3 rl ' ' IIN ^* —HEATING AND COOKING STOVES.— ^j 

Brown Howell, bds 351 South Main g|' 

Brown B C Jr, bds 351 S Main ,. 

Brown Sibley, bds 351 S Main • 

Brown C B Mrs, r 367 S Main j£ 

Brown C, r 367 S Main (C E) § 

Brown Geo W, bds 173 S Main ^j 

Brown Nancy, r nr Street Car June, South Side ave O 

Brown Eugene, lab, r nr Street Car June, South Side ave 2 
Brown Theo, lab, bds nr Street Car June, South Side ave 
Brown James, lab, bds South Side ave nr Cripple Creek 

Brown Frank, wks French Broad Lumber Co, r nr same ^ 

Brown Katie Mrs, r nr French Broad Lumber Yards 

■ . __ — p 

S312HSI k H' Lo ughran's " White Man|sBar,"lj 

attention of the lower trade. Cor. South Main and Eagle, Down Stairs. % * 
But First-Class Goods only at ° ' • 



9 ... ( n ■ i ■ i Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

* WosiBH yaro mi Sank, president > l - p - McL ° ud - vice-presi. 

s YYWWiM VWtWiilit* Uttiiii. dentj j E Kankiri) Cashier. Capital, 
w $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

t>. 

BRO 136 BRO 

'=oc ' ~ " 

^2 Brown Thos E, r 78 Park ave 

|! Brown E W Mrs, r 78 Park ave 

Cz Brown J C, plumber, r Fch Brd and Patton ave 

i!5 Brown M E Mrs r Fch Brd and Patton ave 

■~<n Brown Tno H, plumber, bds Fch Brd and Patton ave 

^ Brown Margaret E Miss, bds Fch Brd and Patton ave 

§g Brown Harrietta L Miss, bis Fch Brd and Patton ave 

>Z Brown Evilin, tinner, bds 28 Depot 

Jl Brown Lilla, bds 28 Depot 

|§ Brown Martha, bds nr 85 Park ave 

5* Brown Bertha, bds nr 85 Park ave 

z^ Brown Jennie, laundress, 96 Church 



ICT.BAWLS. 



Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 
No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



i^ Brown Menerva, house maid, bds Grove 

"f g Brown Harriett c, cook, 318 Haywood 

£.2 Brown Hattie c, house maid, 318 Haywood 

SJ-Brown — c, lab, r 27 Valley 

5- « Brown Ellen c, cook, 21 Haywood 

B'l Brown Chas c. brkmason, r Buttrick 

&'= Brown Tas M, lab, r 120 Academy 

*H Brown Callie c, r 120 Academy 

M Brown Wm r, lab, bds 59 Hill 

W Brown Harriett c, cook, r Madison 

M Brown Maria c, ch maid, r Madison 

pj Brown Hattie c, ch maid, Madison 



Jj PETRIB Me rchnt Tailors, 58 "cuth Main Street, 

g CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



WE can Insure your Life or Property in the best 
Companies in existence and at the lowest rates. 
We can rent you a house of any description. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



WE can Insure your Life or Property in the best 
Companies in existence and at the lowest rates. 
We can rent you a house of any description. 

JENKS &, JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



DAVOflD OMITUIO stock of nitvcicisTS' svkdries m (he 

nfliMJn & oMI I n o 



31 Patton Ayenne. gg 



mosi varied antl com- 
plete of any house in Asbeville. ™«i«^ ■ -^ 

SO 

BRO 137 BRY S 

Brown Sarah c, house maid, r 212 Riverside Park __g 

Brown Alice c, house maid, r 211 Academy Q 

Brown Lizzie £, cook, 27 Spruce m 

Brown Anna r, laundress, r 130 Valley 

Brown Will c, lab, r 109 Beaumont J^ 

Brown Harrison r, teacher, r 194 Pine £d 

Brown Rachael c, laundress, r 194 Pine 

Browne Miss, r Valley and Aiken nrS Beaumont 



Broun Robt, architect and civil engineer, r S Main <^ 

Broun Mrs, r S Main © 

Bruce Maggie Miss, pupil H I School 
Bruce L Miss, bds 16 Bearden Ave 






Gwyn & West, E ^1i^| 

. Established 1881. S. E. CoURT SQUARE. |g 

Bruce James, lab, r 436 North £« 
Bryson Maude Miss, pupil H I School 

Bryson Annie Miss, bds Spring nr Broom Factory g. 

Bryson Eliza, c, laundress, r 83 Beaumont o-o 

Bryson Simeon, c, lab, r 83 Beaumont g£ 
Bryan W S P Rev, pastor First Presbyterian Church, Church *<£■ 

street, r 9 Hiawasse Place §q 

Bryan A R Mrs, r 9 Hiawasse Place £| 

Bryan J A, merchant, bds Magnolia House g'jj 

Bryan Jno S, first clerk, Glen Rock Hotel, r same »S 

Bryan Justice, c, coachman, r 15 S Water ^-™ 

Bryan Ida, c, housemaid, r 9 Valley | 5 

. , 3 CO 

"* ™EBl., Jas. S. Loiighti's "White Man's Bar,'| 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the State for medicinal o 
purposes. Cor. South Main and Eagle, Down Stairs. §, 

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Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
w $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

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BRY 138 BUN 

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J^Bryan Sam, c, bds 9 Valley 

|«Bryan Julius, c, coachman, r 9 Valley 

^Bryan Mattie, c, r 9 Valley 

^zBuchannan J S, propr Buck Tavern, N Main, r same 

-.gEBuchannan Callie, r Buck Tavern 

'j.oBuchannan White, r Buck Tavern, N Main 

IzBuchannan Bud, equestrian Reynolds & Spears, Water and 

wa Pulliam 

^{Buckler R D, dry goods clerk, N Main, r East nr Seney 

^"Buckler A J Mrs, r East nr Seney 

^^Buckner J G, carp, r 27 Silver 

£ujBuckner Nancy M, r 27 Silver 



£3: 



P T RAWL^l & ea l Estate and Fire Insurance, 

No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

"jjSiBuckner Cora, bds 27 Silver 

"fsBuckner Bell, bds 27 Silver 

^.sBuckner Jas, bds 27 Silver 

£jBuckston Hattie, c, r 50 Pine 

ggpuel D H Rev, r Church bet S Main and Bailey 

B'fBuel Mary A Mrs, r Church bet S Main and Bailey 

&|Buel Hillhouse, bds Church bet Bailey and S Main 

J^Bullno Jno, r 43 Chestnut 

«« Bullno Jno Mrs, r 43 Chestnut 

p£|P>ullard — , c, tobacco wks, rnr 11 Chestnut 

fnBumgartner — , farmer, bds Depot nr Frt Depot 

pc^Bunn Wm, r 23 Clayton 



McKinnonSs Fotric, 



Merchant Tailors, \\ Joutl Main Street, 



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*-> ' Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



The Most Complete Stock or 

Pure Drugs, Rare Chemicals ana Patent Medici 



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31 Patton Ave. 



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Bunn A, contractor, r 23 Clayton 

Bunn A Mrs, r 23 Clayton 

Burrows Jno, elk Laws, S Main, bids 78 Cherry 

Burns wid Thos, r 73 N Main 

Burns J N, r 73 N Main 

Burks C E Miss, dressmaker and milliner, 55 College, r same 

Burks Agnes L Miss, bds 55 College 

Burks Lizzie C Miss, r 55 College 

Burnes Jane, c, laundress, r 132 Valley 

Burnham George H, cigarmaker, r 1 1 Buttrick 

Burnham Carrie E, r 1 1 Buttrick 

Burting Harriett, c, laundress, r 174 Pine 






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Is now the leading place in Asheville to buy 7. 
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Rogers Cutlery, Hj 
House Furnishings, Tinware, Stoves, Ac, at .. 
prices that will astonish you. Store very neat. Pn 



TUAD. W. THRASH & CO. 

41 Patton Ave., Under Grand Opera House. 



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Burroughs J A Mrs. r 88 no Main Q 

Burroughs Dr James A, physician office, Patton ave and NoQ 
Main, r 88 No Main. (Tel office 15, r 14.) H 

Burkhammer L, bds 155 No Main 

Burkin Laura, c, laundress, r bet Valley and Eagle ffi 

Burger Peter, cabmkr, bds Patton ave and Church *** 

Burnside Cora Mrs, Cotton Factory, r near same 
Burnside James, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 
Burnside B F, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 
Burnside Flora, r near Cotton Factory 
Burnside Alice, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 
Burgin , driver, bds Jeff Drive near freight depot 

The Neatest and Most Quiet place in Town to spend an bonr or! 
two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time 'smile," is at 



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k H. Loughran's "White Mao's Bar, 



Cor. South Main & Eagle, ! 
(Down Stairs.) 



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■~ III 1 PI' n I. Organize 1 May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

5* WfiMfiffl liRm irir) KM, President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 

* s iiooiom omumiu uuni\| dent x E Rankin Cash ' ier Capitali 

eg S-50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
C z est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

S* BUR 140 BUR 

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t£ = . a 

="Burgin Mira, £, laundress, r 142 Pine 

^wBurgin Wm, c, carpenter, r 139 Valley 

e^Burgin Annie, c f r 23 Valley 

3 -Burge Laurence W, bds 2 Blanfon 

p^Burge Walter L, bds 2 Blanton 

•g^-Burge W P, farmer, r 2 Blanton 

^xBurge Nancy T, r 2 Blanton 

I^Burge Maggie L, bds 2 Blanton 

If Burge Hicks W, bds 2 Blanton 

|^Burge Bertie R, bds 2 Blanton 

% J Burton S P, wks A fur factory, bds 28 Patton ave 

|| Burton Lucy, c, cook, 155 N Main 

•c|- 

2 Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 

IMlftMftii A An Aft m in DEEDS, and Notary Public, 

s I ™ '' * - specialties : Real Property and Conveyancing. 

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0-3 Burton Caroline c, laundress, r 14 Hilterbrand 

»Burlyson Lou Miss, pupil H I School 
£|3 Burminter Martha Miss, teacher A F College 
JS BURKHOLDER E W, architect, office S3 Patton ave, 

B2d floor, r No Main and Cherry. (See adv outside top.) 

H»Burkholder Minnie Mrs. r No Main and Cherry 

O^Burkhardt Jake, r, lab, r 19 Clements 

©a Burkhardt Julia, c, r 19 Clements 

^Burnett Ola, r 140 Church 

g] BURNETT B, Burnett & Howard, horseshoers and 

woodwork, College, r near 125 Broad (See descrip- 

Pj tive article) 
<q. 



£5 
o 



& p£|H|E Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



RAYSOR & SMITH'S 



Stock of DKVGGISTar SUNDRIES is tlie OO 

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»..« varied a»d com- Jj f^ jh^y^ 
plete of any house in Asheville. 



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Burnett B Mrs, r near 125* Broad 

Burnett Beulah Miss, r 64 So Main So 

BURNETT LOULA J Mrs, proprietress Burnett House, £| 

64 So Main, r same (See desc arte) ?3 

Burnett Mollie J Miss, r 64 So Main |g 

Burnett Minnie, r Victoria • %* 

Burnett Beulah Miss, bds 64 So Main f = 

Burnett Clara B Miss, bds 64 So Main |£ 

Burnett Jesse E Miss, bdsf>4 So Main S| 
Burnett Louie, r Victoria, 1*4 mi So Main 
Butts W M, c, bell boy Battery Park- 
Butler Wm, clerk R&D Depot, bds 452 So Depot 



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Taylor, 8ouis & Brotherton 

Fine Sanitan PImMm aud House Heating 



ASHEVIL.LE, N. C. g$ 

43 Patton Avenue, under Grand Opera House. v£ 

?cr 



Specialty made of 



STEAM HOT WATER AND est 2. 
HOT AIR. fl" 



Butler Raymond, clerk, R&D Depot bds 452 So Depot §£ 

Buxton Rev Jarvis, r 157 Church NH 

Buxton Anna N Mrs, r 157 Church 5"* 

Buxton Mary R Miss, r 157 Church £d 

Buxton Fannie Miss, r 157 Church S 

Buxton Lillie M Miss, r 157 Church ^ 

Buxton Margaret H Miss, r 157 Church q 

Byers Stephen, c, lab, r Madison 2 

Byers Sarah, c, r Madison 

Bynum D, wks Battery Park, r same 

Bynum Martha, c, r Madison ^ 

Bynum Henry, c, lab, r Madison 

. _ , , — .,_.. , . . _ - , . _ 1 — , , — — , *6 

^^StSTffiiS Ja s, H, Lmgfra'i "White Man's Ear," f { 

on exhibiton to attract the ^ 

attention of the lower trade. r «j.„ + i, tut,:_ ,„j ra^ia /«.-. «.<.. \ % 

But First-Class Goods only at Cor - Scratl1 Main and Ea 2 le ( Dtm Zi *to.) » 



Organized May, 1888 ; Lewis Maddux 
. President, L. P. McLoud, Yice-Presi- 
' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

| $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Money 

^ loaned on Real Estate on long time. 

tx _ . ____ , 

BYN 142 ~ CAL 

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fajgBynum David, c, waiter Battery Park 

cSBynum E, c. waiter Battery Park 

^Byrd VV H, bds 283 S Main 

l^Byrd Hattie M, bds 283 S Main 



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CABINASS MOLLIE MRS, saleslady Big Racket, bds 
35 Woodfin 
a-Cabinass B Miss, saleslady Big Racket, bds 35 Wcodfin 
j'j Caesar J, plumber, bds Western Hotel 
£" Cagle Carrie Miss, pupil H I School 
!», Cain Win, <r, butler", 1 15 Haywood 
5^ Cain L Mrs, wid D J, r 10 Spruce 






C.T. RAILS. 



Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 



> No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



,guj „ . 

J 1 ^ Cain -Dukes, elk Heston's S Main, r 10 Spruce 

£J Calvert W M, r 69 Logan 

„■§ Calvert Ellen Mrs, r 60 Logan 

;*<* Calvert Elizabeth, sewing teacher H I School 

E&Calvert Pink, c, section hind R and D, r nr Fch Brd lumber 

g I yards 

^h Callis — , carp, r 173 Haywood 

e a Calkerell Virgie, wid, r 260 Patton ave 

„ Caldwell George, c, lab, r nr St Car junction, Southside ave 

[H Caldwell Jacob, c, lab, r nr Academy 

^3 Caldwell Sallie, c, r nr Academy 

P* Caldwell Mollie, c, laundress, r Baptist Hill 

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& PETRIE, ^reliant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



Our SODA WATER ami other Fountain Drinks are conceded the ft> 
best. The only place where whites alone are served. § B 

RAYSOR & SMITH'S, fl 

31 Fattoii Avenue. £2 

' a £. 

CAL 143 CAM Jfe 

• . q o 

Calloway Will, lab, r McDowell nr Fitch Planing Mills £2, 

Cameron Livia G, teacher H I School g?^ 

Camp R F, wks R and D Ry Co, bds College and Valley g» 

Camp Rebecca Miss, pupil H I School o 

CO 

Campbell Francis, c, carp, r 186 Pine S 

Campbell J M, carp, r 41 Seney Sg 

Campbell H B Mrs. r 41 Seney Bq 

Campbell G T, carp, r 69 Seney 3© 

Campbell G T Mrs, r 69 Seney 
Campbell J M, elk 67 N Main, r same 
Campbell S C, elk 67 N Main, r same 
Campbell Mrs, bds 294 N Main 



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-A.grea.ts- B - M 
S- IE. COURT SQ,TJA.I2,B. |jj 

Campbell Milton, grocery elk, bds 59 N Main !_, 

Campbell Shofner, grocery elk, bds 59 N Main ZZ 

Campbell Montgomery, bkkpr Asheville Lumber and Mnfg © 

Co, r 24 Cherry ^ 

Campbell M E Miss, bds 24 Cherry ^ 

Campbell John M, real estate office Patton ave and Main, r (^ 

Hill nr terminus Patton ave «_ 

Campb:ll John M Mrs, r Hill nr terminus Patton ave 
Campbell R E L, cab maker, r Hill nr Buttrick O 

Campbell T E Mrs, r Hill nr Buttrick 

Campbell J C Mrs, r 135 Haywood s» 

Campbell Thomas, bds 135 Haywood * = ^ 



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URITY, ) -ft-saE ottzz specialties. 1 

OLITENESS AND \ , - ' , . (;,„, ,. .. , - ..: 

romptness .1 Jas. H. Loufhran 2 Whits Man s Bar, ■ 





Cor. South Main and Eagle [Down Stairs. 



A I Western Carolina Bank, P?*?% L^ZL^^p. 

•^* ' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

t 8 §50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
<S^ ral Banking Business Transacted. 

t* CAM . 144 CAN 



|3 Campbell John A, bkkpr Powell & Snider, Patton ave and 

*S Main, r 135 Haywood 

«i CAMPBELL CHARLES H, propr soda water factory 

217 Haywood, r same. (See disc article.) 
^Campbell C H Mrs, r 217 Haywood 
^"i Campbell Rhoda Miss, bds 135 Haywood 
c« Campbell James C, lumber dealer, r 135 Haywood 
a, -c Campbell Ed, wks A F Factory 
g| Campbell F, lab, r nr Ice Factory 
.^jf- Campbell Sue, r nr Ice Factory 

2 s Campbell Perry, wks Asheville Fur Factory, r nr Ice Factory 
t% Campbell C M Rev, r 36 Depot 

3l" ' 

£"> 

£ . Everybody trades with ns because we have the largest and best 
S m» line of Crockery, Glassware, House Furnishings, Tinware, Ac, 
a-g in Asheville. 

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>^ Campbell Kate Mrs, r 36 Depot 

^5 Campbell Lizzie, <:, cook, 105 S Main 

££ Campbell Esteile, c, waitress 211 Patton ave 

^r, Campbell Lydia, c, laundress, r 105 Beaumont 

I Cameron Col'n Jno D, r 163 Chestnut 
i*£ Cameron Mary R Miss, r 163 Chestnut 
q.S Cannon T S. c, plumber, r near 64 Poplar 
*-g Cannon Mary, c, r near 64 Poplar 
* Cannon Hannah, r 6 Valley 
W Cannon Joesie, wid Jas, r 31 Bridge 
^Cannon Bessie W Miss, bds 250 Patton ave 

pcJCANNOM GEO W, Postmaster, r 250 Patton ave 

<- ! — _■ 

S McKlNNON & PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Stre et, 

§ Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



Ihad. T, Thrash & Co,, Crystal Palace, II Fatten Ave, 



WE make a specialty of Mineral and Timber 
Lands, and have at all times such properties 
on hand. We are in direct communication with 
capital seeking such investments. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



WE make a specialty of Mineral and Timber 
Lands, and have at all times such properties 
on hand. We are in direct communication with 
capital seeking such investments. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

23 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



== hp I Mi Drug S Wtokl 



a customer at 



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Your trade appreciated. Your interest studied. a g- 

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CAN 145 CAR og 

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Cannon Cordia Mrs, r 250 Patton ave »s 

Cansler Elsie, r, laundress, r Cripple Creek g'S 

Cansler Pink, c, railroader, bds Cripple Creek £3 
Carver Maggie Miss, bds 52 Clayton 
Carr Lina, c, cook, 133 So Main 

Carr Ella, bds 133 So Main S3 

Carland — ,wid L B, r 132 Hill . f" 

Carson Blanche Miss, pupil H I School gg 1 

Carson Irene Miss, pupil H I School p g 

Carson James, died Oct. 9, '90 ^S 

Carson Kate Miss, r 153 Charlotte pjj 

Carson Matilda Miss, rK 1 , Charlotte g.£? 

Attorney at taw, COMMISSIONER of f^ 
DKEDv and Notary Public, 
Patton Avenue. Asheville, 

Snftnialtifis : Rfial Prrnifirtv anil nnnvRvanniiur. S 



WiltGrS. yusliiiiM,^ 3 



Specialties : Real Property and Conveyancing. 



Carson O M, R R service, r 153 Charlotte ^S 

Carson T C, R R service, r 153 Charlotte O 

Carson J McD Mrs, 153 Charlotte § 

Carson J McD, r 1 5 3 Charlotte gp 

Carson Jerome, r 36 Depot ^ 

Carson Mrs, r 36 Depot ^ 

Carson Alice, e, cook, r rear 14 Philip ^ 
Carpenter Alice, e, laundress, r bet Cherrv and Starnes ^ 

ave 5g 

Carpenter Eliza, c, r bet Cherry and Starnes ave ^2 
Carroll Rev Jno L, pastor 2d Baptist Church, French Broad g 

and Patton ave, r 193 Merriman ave f* 3 



Jas. H, Louffhran's "White Man's Bar 



I) Cor. So. Main & Eagle. I g 

Down .Stairs. >*"| 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS,* and prices charged accordingly ? 



i • M/*Al A » n Pn»«l!«A D*J« Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

ri western Lara na oank, p^w 7 , , p m,.,,,,,,, vi,,,^ 

kJ ' dent, J. h. Rankin, Cashier. CaT'ilal, 

= "| $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Your 
e> z Correspondence solicited. 



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CAR 146 CAR 



~ tt Carroll Jno L Mrs, r 103 Merriman ave 

i3« Carroll Jno L Jr, elk Thrash & Co, Patton ave, bds 103 Mer- 

■cl riman ave 

C o 

o" Carroll A Mitchell, r 103 Merriman ave 

£* Carolina Mnfg Co, South Side ave, W B Williamson, pt 

^""i Carroll Eugene, r 103 Merriman ave 

|| CARMICHAEL W C, druggist, 20 Main, r 1 39 South 

-= Main (See desc art) 

|| Carmichael Rachael J Mrs, r 139 So Main. 
■SwCarmichael Mattie E Miss, bds 139 So Main 
&S Carmichael Nell Miss, bds 139 So Main 
3% Carmichael Anna Miss, bds 139 So Main 

S a> 

C Taylor, Bonis & Brotherton, ^vJS^S^LSb^ 

" a 'SSAOI3 -©JSErai-srairEI House. 

■5 a -s.ac-ojNC vsa: crjsr"v sezaois -oinsooo 
J a 'aJB^-MOiJij^ piiE pooift 'spoog 6uiijs;u.!nj-9snoH jo au;i |jnj 

15 CARTER E D, Carter & Craig, Att'ys, r 3 Tennent 

*J Bldg (Seeadv) 

£ § Carter Maggie, c, cook, Western Hotel, r same 

2§_j Carter Mary c, cook, 95 College. 

m a Carter H B Mrs, r Charlotte, near Madison 

""CO 

£» Carter H B, Gudger, Carter & Martin, Attys, office Legal 

Building* r Charlotte, near Madison ave 
0'! Carter M E, atty, r 32 French Broad ave 

^Carter S R Mrs, bds 32 French Broad ave 
PjCarter Fannie Miss, bds 32 French Broad ave 
CjCarter Mary R Miss, bds 32 French Broad ave 
K Carter Susie D Miss, bds 32 French Broad ave 

S McKIHNON & PETBIE, Me rchant Tailors, 58 Sonth Main St. 

q-j Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



PRRPRIPTIflhK Fll I Fll nny ° r jst8ht by com P eteil< Apothecaries; i 

rriLobnlr I lUllO NLLlU delivered Irec to any pail of Hie titj . 

Raysor & Smith, 31 Patton Ave. 

CAR 147 CAT 

Carter J H, tobacconist, r 25 Bailey 

Carter Annie L«Miss, r 25 Bailey ® 

Carter Robt, bds 25 Bailey m 

Carter Mary W, bds 63 Church 

Carter Max H. bds 25 Bailey 

Carter Bob, c. r 255 So Main W 

Carter Hy, c, lab. r Depot, near 421 Bailey S 

Carter Eliza, c, r depot, near 421 Bailey ^ 

Carter E J Rev, c, r 1 1 Clement O 

Carter Mary J, c, r 1 1 Clement 

Carter Jos, cblksmith, r So Beaumont 

Carter Jane, c, laundress, r So Beaumont 



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C.T. BAILS 



Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 



© 

• 

J No. 5 Patton Ave, Asheville, N. C. §» 
. ■§, 

GAXtRINGTON F N, coal dealer, No Ct Place, r 24 f • 

Academy (See desc art) ' ^ 

Carrington A G Mrs, r 24 Academv • p g- 

' CO 

Carrington Fannie, c, r near broom factory & g 

Carrington J C, c, harness maker, r near broom factory gg 
Casselman A B, U S Inspector Pensions, bds Swan Hotel 

Case C, elk Estabrook S Main, bds 27 Spruce §£ 

Case R S, elk Westn. Hotel, r same »| 

Cash John, wks Asheville Fur Factory, bds 266 Patton ave * = 

Cathey Sallie c, laundress, r 1S6 Pine » X 

Cathey Jno c, carp, r 186 Pine |"-f 

Catholic Church, Haywood and Flint gg" 

r_ . 3 to 

„ - . : . , _i , J,, ,yj 

The Neatest and most Quiet Place in Town to spend an hour or two at " O 
BILLIARDS or POOL, and at the same time "smile," is at "§<<; 

JAS. H. IMURAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR," ;>X" a '" H 

1 (Down Stairs.) 5r 



Organized May, 1888 ; Lewis Maddux, 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
• dent, J. E, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
co $50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
c== and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 

1* CAU 148 ~CHA 

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;|o Cauble — .painter, brls 27 N Main 

41 Cauble D W, blksmith, r 430 N Main 

f| Cauble D W Mrs, r 430 N Main 

o« Central Methodist Church, Church st, nr Patton ave 

£<* Center Alex, lab, r nr Fitch's Planing Mills 

m% Center Alice, r nr Fitch's Planing Mills 

|i Center Jno, r nr Fitch's Planing Mills 

2 = Champion Israel, r 261 Chestnut 

|l Champion I Mrs, r 261 Chestnut 

«• CHAMBERS E C, Chambers & Weaver, livery, feed 

and sale stables, rear Swannanoa Hotel, bds 53 Col- 

«.-s lege, ( see a ^v) 



£f 
a g 
8 J Wji. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. 

B S-. 



l-d Chambers Susie c, house maid, Hiawasse PI and Penland . 

fc* Cliambers Thos c, brkman R & D, r 1 17 S French Broad 

fcl Chambers Emma c, laundress, r 117 S French Broad 

^Z Chambers Elizabeth c, cook, Grove 

g | Chambers Walters, section hand R & D, r nr Fell Brd Lum- 

S« ber Yards 

g~ Chappell Bernice Miss, pupil H I School 

®a Chappell John, shoemkr, bds 161 Bailey 

w Chappell J, c, waiter Battery Park , 

pq Chamberlain C A, pr Chamberlain House, r 57 Church 

M Chamberlain Susan Mrs, r 57 Church 

pj Chamberlain Mille Miss, bds 57 Church 

^ McKINNON & PETR1E MercW ' TailofS , 58 Srt Mai " st[Eeti 

Jz; I 

g GLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



Our Motto: KOMTKNESS TO CUSTOMERS, and 



URITT OF OOOOS, 

om i i:\ass to <m. 

ROJIPTNESS WITH ORDERS AND PRESCRIPTIONS gcr 



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H-A.'fc'SSOn <*3 SMITH, 31 Fatton -A.^7"©. »« 



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Chapman Ella Miss', r 54 Mountain 

Chapman F S Mrs, r near Richmond Hill h| 

CHAPMAN FRANK S, timber and mineral lands, §g 

office 43 Patton ave, r near Richmond Hill (See adv)-"g 
Chamberlain Maggie, c, nurse, 65 So French Broad $% 

Chambers Martha, c, cook, 169 Chestnut S| 

Chambliss W H Miss, r foot Baird 
Chambliss Annie Miss, r foot Baird 
Charles George, blacksmith, r 431 So Main 
Charles Sarah, r 431 So Main 
Chandler Henry G, drug clerk J H Woodcock, r 272 Patton 

ave j. 

All mail orders for China, Glassware, Lamps, House Furnishings,^* 
«fcc, are treated with care and promptness. Send them to "*P3 
when you can't come yourself. Respectfully, U 

THE CRYSTAL PALACE. Jjj^ ^ Jjjj^jj J [^ fl f^QJJ £„ W 

Chandler P E Mrs, r 272 Patton ave Q 

Chestnut Wm, c, cook, Glen Rock Hotel, r same Q 

Chedester W R Miss, r Grand Central Hotel Q 

CHEDESTER N P, propr Grand Central Hotel, r same 

(See desc arte) f^P 

Chedester S R Mrs, r Grand > Central ^ 

Chedester S H, S R Chedester & Son, gen'l merchandise, 18 ^ 

to 23 Patton ave, r Grand Central Hotel • 

Chedester Hugh, elk S R Chedester & Sons, r Grand Cen- 
tral ""■ 
Chedester E J Miss, r Grand Central Hotel H- 
Chedester Laura F, r Grand Central Hotel . "^ 

™r JAS. H. LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR/1 

BRANDIES AT BE « 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the State i for medicinal-,^ 
purposes, COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. -=- 



Western Carolina Bank, 



Organized May 1888; Lewis Maddux, President- 
L. P. McLoud, Vice-President, J. K. Rankin' 
Cashier. Directors— Lewis Maddux, Geo. S* 
Powell, J. K. Rankin, C. M. McLoud, J. E. Ray 
^ S. H. Reed, M. J. Bearden, J. K. Reed, M. J. Fagg. Capital, 850,000; Surplus, 
| $20,000. State, County and City Depository. » 

CHI 150 CHU 

^2 Childers D W, carp, bds 309 College 

|g Children's Home, 17 Charlotte, Miss Mary Sharp, matron 

«1 Childers W M, carp, bds Hill nr Buttrick 

«* Childers L J Mrs, bds Hilt nr Buttrick 

^Ico Child Herbert D, bds Van Gilder House 

"1= Child Arthur Steele, architect and draftsman, bds Van Gilder 

go House 

t* Child Jno Mrs, bds Battery Park 

J-3 CHILD JNO, real estate and loans, Legal Building, 

bds Battery Park Hotel. (See adv. outside front) 
is Childs M B Mrs, wid W S, r 50 Baird 
fc^ Childs Margie, bds 50 Bailey 



Walter S. Cnslimaa 



Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 

DEEDS, and Notary Public, 
Jf o. 30 Patton Avenue, Asheville, Jf. C- . 

'! specialties: Real Property and Conveyancing. 



£oi 

1% Childs Ro, lumberman, bds 50 Bailey 

I jj Churchill J S, bds Cosmopolitan Club 

£.2 Church Westley, carp, bds Spring nr Broom Factory 

£ J- Churchward Harry, bds 199 Haywood 

g ,; Churchward H Mrs, bds 199 Haywood 

S"| Chunn Chas H, carp, bds 90 East 

pc Chunn Nannie, bds go East 

BD-g Chunn Elizabeth, r 90 East 

« Chunn J S, carp, r 165 Haywood 

(xf Chunn Sarah j Mrs, r 165 Haywood 

M Chunn Etta L Miss, bds 165 Haywood 

pj Chunn Ernest, carp, bds 165 Haywood 



IDS I PETEIE, Mercha ^ ai & 58 South 

CLEANING AtfD REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, 



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RAYSOR & SMITH'S, 



The Most Complete Stock of §g 

Pure Drugs. Rare Chemicals and Patent Medicines! 



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51 Patten «A.-veaa."u.e. 



CHU 151 CLA 

Chunn Malcolm, carp, bds 165 Haywood 

Chunn Leona, bds 165 Haywood 

Cheeseburough Edith Miss, r 66 Baird 

City Pump House, tel 102 

Clayton Annie, c, laundress, r Eagle nr Valley 

Clayton C N Mrs, r 413 No Main 

Clayton Claude, r 413 No Main %m 

Clayton W B, carp, r 42 Woodfin ^Sf 

Clayton Ellen Mrs, r 42 Woodfin 3^ 

Clayton Rutledge, r 413 N Main 

Clayton Fannie, c, servant r Victoria, I ]^ mi south Main 

Clayton Dora, c, r Cripple Creek 



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43 Patton Ave. under Grand Opera Houses ^ 



SANITARY PLUMBING, ROOFING, Ste*m-Hot Wat« and Hot a,„ Heat.ng. gg" 

- ^ . .-^ .-■-!--■- ■ m^ _ Houst-FUHMSHING GoOUS. m ^ 

•(jAl> l-l I I IINU"— —HEATING AND COOKING STOVES.— ««S £ 

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Clayton Laz, c, r 425 S Main s° 



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Clayton Maria, c, r 425 S Main 
Clayton Alice, c, r 425 S Main 
Clayton Ella, c, r 425 S Main ££ 

Claxton P P Mrs, r Hia^vasse Place 2 

Claxton P P Prof, supt City Graded Schools, r Hiawasse ^ 
Place O 

Clark S E Mrs, r 125 Broad 
Clark T L, contractor, r 103 Broad 
Clark Jeff, coachman, r 83 S Main 

Clark T L Mrs, r 103 Broad £5 

Clark Virginia r, Buttrick 



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attention of the lower trade. Cor. South Main and Eagle, Town Stairs. % ' 

But FirsNCIass Goods only at ? 



5 ... _ ,, « . Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

| Western Carolina Bails, s^^irsSJXS 

I $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

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t2 Clark John, engineer, bds 452 So Depot 

lo Clark Cain, fireman, bds 552 So Depot 

^ z Clark Agnes E, 452 So Depot 

f^ Clark C D, transfer clerk R&D Depot, r 452 So Depot 

^jf Clark Benj, freight conductor R&D Ry, bds Depot near 

^g freight depot 

Ij Clark W M, R R ticket broker, office Grand Central, r 116 

tg So Main 

2-3 Clark Mrs W M, r 1 16 So Main 

|S Clark Marie, r 116 So Main 

: S 5 Clark Adline, c, cook, r 176 Pine 

IjtjJ 7 1 I 

^ uj Clark Green, c, drayman, r 176 Pine 



|C.T. RAILS, 



Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 
No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



jSiClegg Emma Miss, r near 50 Bailey 

||CLEGG W E, Clegg & Donohue, proprietors and pub- 
lishers Evening Journal, office No Court Place, r 50 
Bailey 



ggjClements Lidia, c, cook, 122 Blanton 
M| Clements Jacob, brakeman S & A R, bds 122 Blanton 
^^Clide James, c, vvks R&D Depot, r 283 Depot 
*|Clide Mary, c, laundress, r283 No Depot 
! jCliff T A, manager laundry department Battery Park, r same 
ffjCline Geo, freight conductor R&D, bds 452 So Depot 
gClodfelter J A Mrs, bds Glen Rock Hotel 
PiClodfelter W C, wks Motor Car Line, bds 136 Bailey 






Jj PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 
j ______ _________————-— _ 

g CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



IF you wish to Buy or Sell Real Estate of any 
description, Rent your House, Insure your Life or ,'■$ 
Property, make no mistake, you can do so to the A 
best advantage with us. A 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



TF you wish to Buy or Sell Real Estate oi any 
description, Rent your House, Insure your Life or 
roperty, make no mistake, you can do so to the 
best advantage with us. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



nHlOUtl & ulVII H U mwtt VRrlod nail com- 01 Dottnij AV^DUC S 
plete of any house fn AsKevillo< -^f, 

~CLO . 153 COB m 

Close Elizabeth Miss, bds Atkinson _^ 

Cooley Lawrence, bds 153 S Miin CD 

Cooley Fred A, bds 153 S Main m 
COOLEY A R, groceries and provisions 45 S Main, r w 

153 S Main. (See disc article) . T^ 

Cooley Adaline M Mrs, r 153 S Main £j 

Cooley Z A, bds 153 S Main ^ 

Cocke W M, real estate office, n court place, r S French ^ 

Broad q 

Cocke W M Mrs, r S French Broad © 

Cocke William J, bds S French Broad w 

Cocke Nellie A Miss, bds S French Broad *P 

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Gwyn & West, "^^S^S-l^ 

i>tai>iisho«i i^si. S. E. Court Square. 2 3 

Cocke Philip C, bds S French Broad £« 

Cochrane Lydia, c, cook 64 N French Broad 

Cobb Lottie Miss, bds Academy g, 

Cobb A H, stenographer, r Academy cLf 

Cobb Minnie Mrs, r Academv g£ 

Cobb E M, r Academy 

Cobb James, fireman, bds 452 S Depot 

COBB, T. H, Cobb & Merrimon attorneys, office John 

ston bldg, S Main, r Bartlett & Adams ?! 

Cobb T H Mrs |"a 

Cobb Ellen Y Miss, bds Bartlett & Adams 
Cobb R M, painter, bds 27 N Main 



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^kl. k H, Leagki's "Whits Man's Bar,'!! 

Have been recommended by Hie leading physicians oftlie Slate lor medicinal' o 
purposes, it Cor; South Main mid Raffle, Down Stairs. §■ 






iii i PI' n I Organized May, 18^8: Lewis Maddux, 

A western Larolina tJank, e rt l v% L v V'lrfi v, t pr -z 

% v ' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital. 

I $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

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Coffin E, real estate agt and loan broker, office 3 N Main, r 

97 Hillside 
Coffin E Mrs, r 97 Hillside 
Coffin Fannie Miss, r 31 Haywood • 
Coffin Sallie Miss, r 31 Haywood 
Coffin Mary Miss, r 31 Haywood 
Coggins John, wks Motor Car Line, bds 37 Blanton 
Cook J T Mrs, r 72 Woodfin 

Cook J T, confectioneries No Main, r 72 Woodfin 
Cook Daniel, shoemaker, r 31 Bridge 
Cook George, shoemaker 31 Bridge 
Cook Taitha, bds Bridge 



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Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 

No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



2 Cook Julia, r 31 Bridge 
^ Cook H R, teamster, r 31 Bridge 
rj Cook II R Mrs, r 3 I Bridge 
r^ Cook Alexander, teamster, r 31 Bridge 
^4 Cook' John, shoemaker, r 31 Bridge 
t— Cook T L, shoemaker, r 31 Bridge 
" Cook J H, wagoner, r nr Ice Factory 
. • Cook M A, r nr Ice Factory 
^Cook VV H, fish dealer, r "W P Blanton & Co's stables, 15 



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"♦^ Cook Charlotte, c, cook, 76 Haywood 



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Honon S Feirie 



Merchant Tailors, S3 South Main Street, 



Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



The Most Complete Stock of 

'Pure Drugs, Rare Chemicals and Patent Medicines 



IkprSi Smith's 

:il I'.-tirnii Ave. 



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COL 155 COL 

Cole G M, r 59 North Main ^ 

Cole A T Mrs, r 59 North Main || 

Cole Oscar, printer, Citizen office, North Court Place, bds 59 £ = 

North Main -™g 

Cole Alice, bds 59 North Main ?5? 

Cole Robt, tobacconist, bds 59 North Main |_s 

Cole Chester, lab, bds 59 North Main g | 

COLE J B, Foundry and Machine Works, No 8 But- | 

trick, r same 
Cole Eddie, bds 8 Buttrick. 

Cole A A Mrs, r 8 Buttrick PQ 

Cole Dorcas Miss, r 8 Buttrick 

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TF YOU want to make your 

-*- newly married life happy 

and your dear home neat, 

always buy your com in en ci n g 

outfit from us. Every article at our store is new, neat and handsome, and a 

first-clais store in every respect 






Cole Jno D, r 8 Buttrick Q 

Collins Mattie, c, r 50 Pine Q 

Collins Ben, c, lab, r 50 Pine M 

Collins Jerome, c, r 50 Pine 

Collins Josephine, c, cook, 50 Pine (3P 

COLLINS W E, Asheville Milling Co, E E Eagan, WEq 
Collins, r near Park ave a 

Collins D C, r Turner, near Buttrick • 

Collins Mrs, r Turner, near Buttrick 

COLLINS H T, Asaeville Ice and Coal Co, H T Col- — 
lins, Pt ; E E Eagan. Secy and Treas, r 421 West «=■_ 
Haywood «» 

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The. Seatest and Most Qniet place in Town to spend an hour or ■-» 
two at Billiard** or Pool, and at the same, time 'smile," is at J^ 



Jas. H. Loughran's "lite Man's Bar, 



Cor. South Main & Eagle, , 
(Down Stairs.) i 



Organize 1 May. 1888 •" Lewis Maddux, 
President, L. I'. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, •!. K. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
z'2 $30,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
■| r est paid "ii - ! f j •< >^i t s of four months or longer in Savings Department. 



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Collins Harriet, r 421 West Haywood 

Collins Geo R, elk Ashville Ice and Coal Co. bds 421 West 
Haywood 



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ns Mary J Mrs, r near Park ave 

ns Helen R Miss, bds 421 West Haywood 

ns C A, bkkpr, bds 451 Haywood 

ns Benj, bds 60 Depot 

ns Ophia Miss, r 60 Depot 

ns Willford, c, coachman, 78 Bailey 

ns Etta, c, r Cripple Creek 

ns Pink, c, lab, r Cripple Creek 

ns Mary Miss, bds 60 Depot 



< falter J. $u 



Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 
DEEDS, and Notary Public, 
j| ISn. :tO Patton Ay chiip. Awhcvillr. X. < . 

specialties : Real Property and Conveyancing. 



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Collins M A, No 3 police force, bds 60 Depot 

CoUins Rosa, r McDowell nr Fitch's Planing Mills 

Collins T C, farmer, r 60 Depot 

Collins Mary A Mrs, r 60 Depot 

Collins Lelia Miss, bds 5o Depot 

Collins Cora Miss, bds 60 Depot 

Collins Jerry, lab, bds McDowell nr Fitch's Planing Mills 

Coleman Cordin c, r nr Phillip 

Coleman Jno, r Academy and Hill 

Coleman Mary J Mrs. r Academy and Hill 

Coleman Julius c, waiter, r nr Phillip 

Colinsky Louis, elk Swartzberg 10 Patton ave, r same 



& pfm^ Murliani Tailors, fl Smith Main Street. 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



D A VOn D OUITUIO stock ° f nHUGHlSW SUNDRIES is Uieao 

Mm & ™ S • ■ 31 Patton kmtM 

plele or any house in Aftbeville. ■ ££ 



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Colter Jas, r 44 Phillip 

Colter Susie c, house maid, 57 Church go 

Compton Wid M, r 118 Roberts #| 

Compton W P, wks Cotton Factory, bds 1 18 Roberts f 3 

Compton Carrie, wks Cotton Factory, bds 118 Roberts |S 

Compton B T, bds 118 Roberts 5~ 

Compron Mattie, bds 118 Roberts |fi 

Commons Margaret c, cook, Park ave nr Haywood &•* 

Condrey Mary, bds 27 N Main if 2? 

Condrey Wallace, lab, 'bds 2 Blanton &£ 

Condrey Thad, lab, bds 2 Blauton gg> 

Condrey R L, lab, bds 2 Blanton f § 

— . — : . • B 

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Taylor, Boris & Brotherton, ^-"^Mfa 0p 4| 

Thomas. Roberts. Steven6on Stoves & Ranges. [WflOU] ( uok stOYl s » 2. 

Also, Bridtfeford* Co. s Steel Ranges. Specialty JVlade of Hotel lUuires. « 

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Conger Emma Miss, pupil H I School . jf jj" 
Conway A W, bds 64 S Main 

Connolley F E Miss, pupil A F College I"" 1 

Connelly Maria c, r 53 Hill £j 

Connelly Peter, r 211 Haywood W 
Connelly W L, train des R & D, r Oakland ave nr Glen Rock 2 

Connelly Walter, master trains R & D, r Oakland ave nr 2j 

Glen Rock Hotel © 
Connelly Julia Mrs, r Oakland ave nr Glen Rock Hotel 
Connally Alys K Miss, r Fernihurst 2 miles S Main 

Connally Lillie M Miss, r Fernihurst § 

CONNALLY, JAS K, r Fernihurst * 



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1 Sf£2$%srZ2L& Jas. I Lnrbn 1 . "Whits Man's Bar,' h 

on exhibitor, to attract the -- p >f 

attention of the lower trade. _ ** ® 

But Fint-Class Goods only at Cor. South Main and Ea?le (Down Stain.) ? 



Organized May, 1888 ; Lewis Maddux . 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
■ dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
i» $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Money 
►,£ loaned on Real Estate on long time. 
us 

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^JjjConnally Mary Miss, r Fernihurst 
S'Connally Mary W T Miss, r Fernihurst 

* Connally Alice T Miss, r Fernihurst 

* Conelly Ivory c, cook, 56 Bailey 
.Cooper H G Mrs, r 39 Haywood 

^COOPER A D, groceries, North Court Place, r 39 Hay- 
^ wood, (see desc art) 

gjj- Cooper Ann, r McDowell nr Fitch's Planing Mills 
j=a Cooper Lee, bds McDowell nr Fitch's Planing Mills 

GO I ' & 

^Cooper Jas, quarryman, r McDowell nr Fitch's Planing Mills 

Is Cooper Ed c, waiter Glen Rock Hotel 

S Copening Larina c, house maid, N Main and Starnes ave 



IC.T.RAWLS, 



Real Estajte and Fire insurance, 



No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

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JJ^Copening Mamie c, r Depot 

q Copening Hamp c, r Depot 
9£k Copening Mary c, cook, bds Depot nr French Broad Lumber 

Yards 
^5 Copening Harvey c, r Depot 

g Copening Mary Ac, rS Main 

Q Cope Caroline c, r 5S Poplar 

(A Cope Mat, lab, r 58 Poplar 

S* Copeland Anna c, wks 64 S Main 
Copcland Kittie c, cook, 261 Bailey 
*♦* Corpening Florence, pupil at A F College 
™ Cortland S C Mrs, r 125 Chestnut 



.JON 6 PETRIE, ] ]mki Mm - 58 Mi Mai " stfcet - 



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Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



Our s«»l>i WATER and other Fountain Drinks are conceded ihejE> 
best. The only place where whites alone are Nerved. § " 

RAYSOR & SMITH'S, || 

31 Patton Avonue.ES 

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COR 159 COW 5g 

CORTLAND S C, Cortland Bros. S C and J W, real p 

estate and loans office, Patton ave, r 125 Chestnut (Sec ^^ 

descriptive article) gg 

CORN N P, contractor, bds 124 Woodfin (See adv) || 

Corn Sidney, carpenter, bds 124 Woodfin g* 

Corn Milford, c, coachman, 2^0 No Main £g 

-005" 
Corn GW, carpenter, bds No Main 3q 

Corill Susan, c, r near Phillip %q 

COSBY B H, jeweler, 27 Patton ave, r 54 Depot || 

(See descriptive article) * 

Cosby L E Mrs, r 54 Depot §1 

Coston S C Mrs, bds 58 Haywood aj» 



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P. CWYN & WEST, 

"' -A-g^exita/ ~ 

S. £3. GOITRT 3QITABE. S 

Coston O M, clerk J P Sawyer, 15 Patton ave. bds 58 Hay- 

wood ZX 

Cosmopolitan Club, So Main near Swan Hotel © 

Country Homes The, Messrs Tomlinson, editors ^ 

Coulling Louise T Miss, teacher A F College, r same ® 

Courtney Ettie C Miss, bds 36 Philip y 



Courtney Jas R, bds 36 Philip 
Courtney Martha J Mrs, r 36 Philip 



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Courtney Cora Dell, bds 36 Philip <^> 
Courtney J H county treas, r 36 Philip 

Cowart Delia Miss, pupil H I School *, 

Cowan Win, carp, bds 35 Seny *** 

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PURITY, ) A-^E OTT^ SgESiALTIfiS. £i- 

OLITENESS AND f I ~ . , ,S 

romptness J Jag, H. Loughran s Whits Man 8 Bar,'E- 

Cor. Soirth Main and Eagle [Down Stairs.] ™ 



°l Western Carolina Bank, pf^^v'p^'y"^- 

uJ i dent. J. L. Rankm, < ashler. < apital, 

A9 $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 



'S ral Banking Business Transacted. 



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k| Cowan Jesse, carp, r 58 Hill 
W* Cowan Mary M, r 58 Hill 
jjjg Cowan W R C, bds 58 Hill 
<T Cowan J C A, bds 58 Hill 



^Cowan Jno Q A, machinst, bds 58 Hill 
* Cowan Cordie Miss, r 173 Haywood 
Cowan Ella Miss, r 54 Depot 



Cowan Eugene, hostler, bds 352 Haywood 
J^ Cowan Elvira, c, bds 157 Hill 

Cowle Maria, waitress, Patton Ave and Church 
0H Cox Alice Miss, pupil H I School 
WCox Amy Miss, pupil H I School 

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|S^ liiK' of China, Glass, Lumps. Ac. 

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^j Coxe Col Frank, capitalist, bds Battery Park 

^ Coxe Frank Mrs, bds Battery Park 

cj Coxe Otis, bds Battery Park 

L4 Coxe F S, bds Battery Park 

^ Coxe Frank, bds Battery Park 

h» Coxe Tench, bds Battery Park 

Coxe Mance Miss, bds Battery Park 

-•Coxe Maude Miss, r Battery Park Hotel 
jj-jCranford H E Miss, pupil A F College 

CJCranford Ellen J Miss, pupil A F College 
"tjf Cranford Martha, r nr Cotton Factory 
CjCranford R L, wks Cotton Factory, bds nr same 



"3 IMNON 6 PETRiE ]knki M m > ® S(llltl1 >lain M > 

gg Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



TT7E offer for sale choice Ileal Estate of all descrip- 
V V tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers; interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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r E offer for sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 
28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



Your trade .ippi «•< iaicil. Your interest studied. s=^ 



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Cranford Wilson, wks Cotton Mills, r nr same 

Cranford W M, wks Cotton Factory, bds nr same 

Crawford Hugh, stone cutter, bds 17 Bridge |™ 

Crawford J W Mrs, r 208 Woodfin |£ 

Crawford J W, photographer, Patton Ave, r 208 Woodfin 

Crawford Z V, wks A Fur Factory, bds 167 Hill 

Crawford Dicey, r nr Cotton Factory 

Crawford Sallie W Miss, bds 58 Grove §?| 

Crawford Anna L Miss, 1-58 Grove 

Crawford Lucy L, r 58 Grove 

Crawford A Dr, r 58 Grove 

Crawford Winslow, bds 311 S Main fo 

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■■I I ft ft 1 Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of ' £XJ 

UWlrflllMl ^llSlMlSilli * ' 3 ° I * atto '" Aveime'l'.4whe"ille! X. C. £d 

' Specialties : Real Property ana Conveyancing:. H 

Crawford J H Dr, occulist, office 28 Patton Avenue, r <8 ^ 

Grove q 

Crawford Annie, c, r 18 Mulberry g 

Crawford Elvira, c, r 18 Mulberry ? 

Crawford Jno, c, r 18 Mulberry ^ 

Crawford Frank, r, wks Cotton Factory, r nr same © 

Crawford Lola, c, wks Cotton Factory, r nr same g 

Craton Elizabeth, r nr 32 W Haywood * 
Craton Jennie, wks Cotton Factory, bds nr 32 W Haywood 
Craton William P, wks Cotton Factory, bds nr 32 Haywood 
Craton Thomas J, wks Cotton Factory, bds nr 32 Haywood 
Craton Lucy, wks Cotton Factory, bds nr 32 Haywood 






Jas.'H. Loughran's "White Man's &ar, MCt>rS,>Maill&Eagle l 

° Itoim Stairs. ^ 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly % 



" U^km Pn»nl!«n Di>nl/ Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

«- Western Carolina Bank, zm~£JFsh?&, 

qT $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County fend City Depository. Your 
■"E* Correspondence solicited. 

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oCraton U S, wks Cotton Mills, r nr 32 W Haywood 

cSCrarey T B Jr, r nr Peachtree 
J^SCrarey W A, brick mason, r nr Peachtree 
t _ H Crarey T B, bricklayer, r nr Peachtree 

2>Crarey M E, r nr Peachtree 
P?Craig Charles, carp, r 32 Short 

oCraig Ida, r 32 Short 

.gCRAIG LOCKE, Carter & Craig-, attys, r 3 Tennent 
§ J3 building. (See adv) 

■^•Creeseman Bred, carp, r S Main 
r-*Creeseman Jennie, c, r 27 Valley 

p. Creese man John, c, lab, 27 Valley 

tr-i ' ' 

I Taylor, Bouis'&Brotherton, vSSrSr 

S » " ROYAL »» OAS MACHINE. 

f~\ Used exclusively by Penn. R. R. a Several now in Operation in this City. 

■^Creeseman Susan, r S Main 

HCreeseman David, brick mason, bds nr Cotton Factory 
pSCreeseman Manley, carp, r East bet Beaver Dam and West 
'"Creeseman Mrs, r East bet Beaver Dam and West 
tfjCreeseman James, lab, r College nr Pine 

^Creeseman James Mrs, r College nr Pine 

fi Crook John, drayman, r nr Ice Factory 

(fl Crook William, drayman, r nr Ice Factory 

Crook Jane, r nr Ice Factory " 
"m Crook Sephrona, r nr Ice Factory 
4<Crook Jennie, bds nr Cotton Factory 
^ Crook Lelia, r nr Cotton Factory 

* McKINNON & PETHIE, Merchant Tailors, 5 8 Sonth Main St. 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly .attended to. 



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nn rCPp I DTI fl U Q Til I fll nn,v or x **f ,lg *>>' competent Apothecaries; 
rntOunlr 1 1 U ll O l ILL LU delivered tree to any pari of the City. 

Raysor & Smith, 31 Patten Ave. 

CRO 163 ~CUM 

Crook Lou, painter, bds nr Cotton Factory 

Crook Tilda, r nr Ice Facto rv 2 

Crosby Frank, c, coachman, r 29 Woodfin m 

Crump Henry, c, coachman, r nr 1 1 Clements ,. 

Crump Richard, c, grocer 23 Valley 

Crump Nanny, c, r 23 Valley &ti 

Cronley Eliza, r Haywood nr Ice Factory S 

Cronley Will, ^. barber, r Haywood nr Ice Factory ^j 

Crovvell Mary M, <r, r Phillip Q 

Crowell Ellen, <r, r Phillip 

Crowell Dan, c, r Phillip 

Crowell Hattie, c, laundress, r Phillip 



C.T. BAILS 



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' No. 5 Patton Ave, Asheville. N. C 



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Crowell F K, cook, r Phillip 

Crowell Joseph, brick mason, r Seney and East 

Crowell Joseph Mrs, r Seney and East 

Cruise John, teamster, r 28 Davidson p- 

Cruise John Mrs, r 28 Davidson 



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Cruise Delia Miss, seamstress, r 28 Davidson V5?r 



Cruise Katie Miss, saleslady Mimnaugh's Patton ave, r 28 § 

Davidson |g 

Cruise Kirby, bds 318 Haygood ? = 

CUMMINGS P. A., atty, office 12 Legal Block, r 24 |« 

Bailey. (See adv.) ?5 

Cummings Sallie, <:, laundress, bds 200 Patton ave 



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The Neatest and most Quiet Place in Town to spend an hour or two at »0 

BILLIARD* or POOL, and at the same time " smile," is at "=<< 

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-• UJ««i..« Po.o!! rt « PL J, Organized May, 18S8; Lewis Maddux. 

i Western Larohna Hank, f«f «"V P vw vi 'r p Ti- 

r i dent, J. J--. Rankin, < ashier. Capital, 

> 550,000, Surplus, S=2(),000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 

,,*■ and Teller's Window Cur the exclusive use of the Ladies. 



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*■ Cunningham S C, bartender, r 43 S Main 

®° Cunningham S E Mrs, r 43 S Main 

- Cunningham E L, carp, r 23 Orange 

Cunningham E F Mrs, r 23 Orange 

. Cunningham J F, carp, r 201 Merriman ave 

- Cunningham K C Miss, r 201 Merriman ave 
< _£- Cunningham Chas, wagoner, Fernihurst 

s Cunningham Eliza, c, servant, Fernihurst 
-S Cunningham Becca, c, laundress, r 40 Mountain 

^Curtis Zeb, elk, Register Deeds, bds Western Hotel 

1 Curtis Eugene, plumber, Ballard, Rich & Boyce, bds West- 
ern Hotel 



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THE ASHBVILLE AND CEASGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPAHY 

Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. \V. B. Gwyn, President. 



■v. Curtis E Mrs, bds Western Hotel 
fl Curtis G W, r 381 S Main 
-9 Curtis Mattie E, r 381 S Main 
*■ Curtis Lester, bds 381 S Main 
£j{ Curtis Ada, r 381 S Main 
H Curtis T S, r 381 S Main 
g Curtis Etta Mrs, r 381 S Main 

jq CUSHING C D, Cushing & Chapman, Timber and 
£1 Mineral Lands office, Patton ave, bds Van Gilder House 

3 CUSHMAN W S, Atty at Law, Com'r Deeds and Notary 
Public, office 30 Patton ave, r 163 Chestnut (See adv; 
1S4 Cushman S S Mrs, r 163 Chestnut 

£ McKINNON .& PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

iS CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



Purity or noons, 3 

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ROMPTXKSK WITH ORDERS AX1> PRESCRIPTION'S g g* 

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Cuthro Jas, machinist, bds 6o Depot £ 

Cutts Jos, carp, r 161 Bailey h§ 

Cutts Hattie, r 161 Bailey s| 

DAILY CITIZEN THE, Randolph-Kerr Co, publishers, l| 
North Court Place jg*? 

Daganhardt W L, bds 177 So Main gg. 

Dake Novella, <r, r 250 College 5- 

Dale B F, printer, bds 55 College 

Dale Wm P, wks Cotton Factory, bds Roberts and Buxton 
Dalton James, wks Asheville Fur Factory, bds near Cotton tH 
Factory 

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should give us a call before you buy. We are the Leadeis. 



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Dalton J T, r 423 So Main Q 

Dalton Delia, r 423 So Main Q 

Dalton Mary, bds 423 So Main u 

Dalton Mary, bds 423 So Main 

Dalton Minnie B, bds 423 So Main Jq* 

Dalton C H, r 385 So Main 

Dalton Bessie, r 385 So Main 

Damons Millie, c, laundress, r 40 Poplar 

Dancy Will, shoemaker, bds y^ No Main 

Daniel D P, bds Patton ave and Church 

Davenport , merchant, bds College and Spruce 

Davenport David, r 254 No Main 

^,= s JAS. II. UIMIRAN'S "WHITE .MAN'S BAR. 

BRANDIES AT 
Have been recommended bj the leading physicians of the State for medicin 
purpos COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. 



L Western Carolina Bank, °£ 



Organized MaylSSS; Lewis Maddux, President. 

T , P. McLoud, Vice-President, .J. K. Rankin, 
ishier. Directors— Lewis Maddux, Oeo. s. 
0. 1 '"' Powell, J. K. Kankin, C. M. McLoud, J. K. Rav, 

S3 S. H. Reed. M. J. Bearden, J. K. Reed, M. J. Fa-jg. Capital, sr>o,onO; Surplus 
2„ 820,000. .state, County and Cit v Depository. 



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*% Davenport J A, division engineer R & D R R, r Rollins 

Davenport H L Mrs, Rollins 

jj= Daviason Cora, c, cook, 96 Church 

= » Davidson H M Mrs, wid W E, r College and Valley 

o< Davidson Mary E Miss, r College and Valley 

S° Davidson A T, r 50 Broad 

* Davidson A T Mrs, r 50 Broad 

C_> Davidson Addie Lee Miss, r 50 Broad 

y^, Davidson F H, r Hill near Buttrick 

w Davis Lovada Miss, pupil H I School 

w-4 Davis Anna, pupil H I School 

"^ Davis Fannie Miss, housekeeper Grand Central, r same 

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DEEDS, and Notary Public, 
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Walter 2. Cushman. ^~ 

^ n niwii »i vn«»mwnp specialties: heal Propeny and Conveyancing. 

CO Davis W C, plumber Ballard, Rich & Boyce, bds Western 

4$ Hotel 

3C Davis J Robt, drug clerk Raysor & Smith, 31 Patton ave 

bds 16 Charlotte 
3C Davis C J, painter, r near 139 Beaumont 
££ Davis C J Mrs, r near 139 Beaumont 
*X Davis J N, lab, r near 139 Beaumont 
I * Davis Tom, carp, 139 So Beaumont 
h- Davis E A Mrs, r 139 Beaumont 
•y Davis J M, carpenter, r 35 Seney 
. Davis J M Mis, r 35 Seney 
Davis Wm, carp, r 35 Seney 



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5* CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



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Davis Jesse Mrs, r 35 Seney 

Davis Thomas, contractor, r cor Seney and Centre 

Davis Thomas Mrs, r cor Seney and Centre 

Davis John, lab, r 60 Seney 

Davis Mrs, r 60 Seney 

Davis Loula M Miss, r 42 Academy g"® 

Davis A B, bds 42 Academy |gc 

Davis Grace O Miss, bds 42 Havwood ^S 

Davis C B, auctioneer, r 42 Academy q^ 

Davis E B, auctioneer, r 42 Academy g.% 

Davis P F Mrs, r 42 Academy |o 

Davis S A Mrs, r Riverside Park 



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Tftvlor, Bonis k Brotlicrton, ** p *« m **•»»•' m * « *™* »»« h °»«- |g 

^ Specialty made of 5 j* 

Fine Sauitari Plambmj ui Honse Heaticg, STEAM SkBff" A 



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Davis Mattte, r Riverside Park g| 

Davis Edith Miss, removed to Summerville, S C ^ 

Davis Geo, r VV Haywood • 

Davis Flora, r \V Haywood ?C 

Davis S P, wks R & D Ry Co, r 124 Roberts § 

Davis Minnie Mrs, r 124 Roberts ^ 

Davis Jas, carp, bds 346 Haywood O 

Davis Rachael Mrs, r nr French Broad Lumber Yards 2 
Davis R.S, engineer (stationery,) r nr French Broad Lumber 

Yards , 

Davis B P, engr R & D Ry, r 80 Depot <£> 

Davis Spencer, engr. bds 80 Depot 

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f n °/a L o?w?fdT„f^ Jas, H, Loughran's "White Man's Bar," If 

on exhibition to attract the , >~ 

attention of the lower trade. Cor. South Main and Eagle, Down Stairs, i 
But First-Class Goods only at 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

President, L. P. McLoud, Vlce'-PresU 

* dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital 

== $50,000, Surplus, 120,000. .State. County and City Depository. 



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s B P Jr, mach, bds 8o Depot 

s S N, mach, bds 8o Depot 

s Frank A, bds 8o Depot 

s J D, engr, bds Depot nr freight depot 

s J D Mrs, bds Depot nr freight depot 

s Lucy, housekpr, 34 Grove 

s Geo W, r 162 S Main 

s Julia, r 162 S Main 

s VVm A, bds 162 S Main 

s Addie, bds 162 S Main 

s Minnie, r 1 59 S Main 

s Chas, r 159 S Main 



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No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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Maggie, r 388 S Main 

Monroe, lab, r 388 S Main 

Sarah, house girl, r Victoria 

A C, r 84 Bailey 

Linie Sr, r 84 Bailey 

Era rna, bds 190 Bailey 

Harry, bds 190 Bailey 

Robt, bds 190 Bailey 

Jno, lab, bds 190 Bailey 

Maggie, r 190 Bailey 

Rosa c, laundress, Glen Rock Hotel 

Laura c, cook, 266 Patton ave 






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Merchant Tailors, 53 South Main Street, 



g S [CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



\kJW> are State Agents for X. C. Inland & Co.'s celebrated 
W pi rt > anc ^ Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of New York. 
We can insure you against accident or deatli in the 
"Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn." 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



Y\ J hi are State Agents for N. C. Inland A: Co. 'e celebrated 
*' Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of New York. 
We can insure you against accident or deatli in the 
"Travel-era Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn." 

JENKS &. JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



DAVOflD 9 PyiTUJP Rt!>oU ° r 1>,u J««I»TS' SIXDRIES is IhnQ 
nnluUn fii uiVI! H U mo*t varied ami com- Oj potjnjj Ayp{1|lP m 

plcle of any house in Ashevillo. ■ ■ i i J* 

DAV 169 DEI m 

Davis Caroline c, laundress, r 22 Hilterbrand S3 

Davis Joe c, butcher Reed & Co, N Court Place, r 22 O 

Hilterbrand m 

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Davis Loula c, laundress, r 167 Valley 

Dardy Clara c, cook, 87 Bailey ™ 

Darby Frank, elk R & D Depot, bds 452 S Depot £d 

Darkins Joe c, wks Vanderbilts, r 167 Valley g 

Darkins Jane c, laundress, r. 167 Valley ^j 

Day Jno P, pupil A F College ^ 

Day S W Mrs, matron A F College, r same © 
Day Mattie Miss, pupil A F College 
Day Jno, c, carp, r 147 Valley 






Gwyn & West. 



Established 1881. S . E. CoURT SQUARE. |g 



Day Callie, c, r 147 Valley 

Dean Jack, c, lab, r Baptist Hill 

Dean Bettie, c, nurse, 42 Haywood 

Deaver W H, detective, r 25 Pine 

Deaver W H Mrs, r 25 Pine f| 

Deaver Clara, r 2X Water ^k 

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Deal Hy, wks coUon factory, r near same g^ 

DEAKE C T C, florist, green house, 324 Charlotte, r || 

same (See desc article) g\g 

Deake J W C, letter carrier, r 324 Charlotte 5" a 

Deake Mrs, r 324 Charlotte 
Deitz Jacob, lab, bds Cripple Creek 






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Th ' ' s £2i. .. k I Lnghno't "White Man's k,"jf 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the State (or medicinal" ® 
purposes. , ~ Cor, South .Mniii ami K-tjrle, ilow m Stairs. go 



(j in i PI' n I Organized May, 1838; Lewis Maddux, 

A Wesiein Carolina Bank, ^fTr'«\"ln l Vi r 1,r r;" 

J3 , ' dent, J. h. nankin, Uasnier. Capital, 

J 150,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

DeK 170 DIC 

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HgDeKeysur Hy, r bet Chestnut and Merriman ave 
[q^Delany Paul, carp, bds 117 So French Broad 
9=: Democrat The, Furman & Vance eds, North Court Place 
^Deinens R S Mrs, r Park ave 

•Domens C A Miss, r Park a/e 
^Demens H B Miss, bds Park ave 

©DEMENS WOOD WORKING Co, near pass depot, P A 
Tfl Demons, Pt ; S F Chapmaa, Sec'y and Treas 
uDEMENS P A, r Park ave 
^Denney Will, painter, bds y^ N Main 
^Denton Sallic Miss, pupil H I School 
rtDenison T R, r 44 Grove 
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m lj T R A WIS % ea l Estate and Fire Insurance, 

\4 * No, 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C, 

BTjDenison Roy T, wks Citizen office n Court Place, bds 44 
^ Grove 

•Denison Mary J Miss, r 44 Grove 

^Denison Mary L Miss, 1-44 Grove 
^Denison Burt, ins agt, r W Asheville 
r**Devons Reed, stick maker, r Eagle nr Valley 
^Devons Lou, c, laundress, Eagle nr Valley 
.Devine Hattie Miss, bds 34 Hill 

QjDickerson Joseph E Mrs, r Vance and College 
*|DICKERSON JOSEPH E, Joseph E. Dickerson & Co, 
+2 hd'vv, S E Court Place, r Vance and College 

^Dickerson Harriet, c, laundress, r 34 Madison 



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Merchant Tailors, S3 South Main Street, 



Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



The Most Complete Stock of 

Pare Drugs, Bart Cbeinicals am Patent Medicines 



Mime s BaysorS Smith s, §1 

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31 I'ut ton Ave. i"» 

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Dickerson Amos, c, lab, r 34 Madison v^ 



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Dickerson Etta, c, r 34 Madison 

Dickerson H, c, lab, r 34 Madison « gjj 



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Dickerson James, c, lab, r 34 Madison -"g 

Dickson Jessie Miss, bds nr Buxton «£- 

Dickson Allen, wks Graham's Factory, bds nr Buxton 
Dickson Jennie Miss, bds nr Buxton 
Dickson N S, night watchman Graham's Factory, bds nr 

Buxton 
Dickson Carl, c y coachman, Church bet Bailey and S Main 
Dickson Anna, c, cook, Church bet Bailey and S Main 
Dickson Annie, c, r nr 58 Mulberry 

l r Z^£&K£U£Z fU ffl % m \ h h Crystal Palace, W 

and your dear homo neat. J^ill Wl ttllibSIl W UOll M 

always buy your commencing 7 Va*' 

outfit from us. Every article at our store is new, neat and handsome, and a 
flrnt-clais store in every respect. 



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Dickson Mary J, c, r 139 Valley Q 

Dickson Carl, c, waiter, r 139 Valley Q 

Dickson Isaac, c, r 139 Valley M 
Dickson Delia, <r, r 139 Valley 

Dillon D W, r rear 169 S Main ■ $P 

Dillon Mollie V, r 169 S Main ^ 

Dillon Mamie, bds 169 S Main i*. 

Dillon Stafford, bds 169 S Main • 

Dillard F C Mrs, bds Gano House, Haywood and, French 

Broad ave — ■ 
Dillard F C, bds Gano House, Haywood and French Broad |*_ 

Dingle William B, bds 139 Bailey «» 

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The Neatest and Mont Quiet place in Town to spend an honr or^JJ 
two at Milliards or Pool, and at the name time '*iiiile," i«* at «=» 



Jas, H. Louorhran's "White Man's Bar 



J J Cor. Sonth Main & Eagle, ; 

(Down Stairs.) J 



Organize 1 May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 
President, L !'. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
0,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
si paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 



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j^ Dimrey Mattie, c, laundress, r Cripple Creek 
Dimrey Adele, c, bds Cripple Creek 
s Dimrey* Mary E, c, bds Cripple Creek 
" : Dimrey Laura T, bds Cripple Creek 

l< Dimrey John A, bds Cripple Creek 
- Dimonds Priscilla, c, nurse, 34 Grove 
Dishman — , carp, bds 234 Patton ave 

^ Dobie Mary, c, laundress, r 101 Beaumont 

• Dobie Walter, c, waiter, r 101 Beaumont 

"'Dobbins Mary, c y laundress, Cripple Creek 

^Dockery Maliala, c, cook, 105 Hillside 

■j-«Dockery J W, carp, r 340 N Main 



rC< . Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 

^2 YJf-Ti-« k fl...»fc«,«%% DEEDS, and Notary Public, 

-p£ " " ' " specialties: Real Property and Conveyancing. . 

C^Dcckery J W Mrs, r 340 Main 
e^Dodd Laura, c, waitress, 234 N Main 
•jjgDodd Ann, c, cook, 234 N Main 
■J Doe T B Mrs, r 20 Oak 
SEDOE T B, W B Williamson & Co, furniture and 

carpets Patton ave, r 20 Oak. (See adv) 
SDOGGETT M W, W P Blanton & Co, livery, feed 

and sale stables, Water nr Patton Ave, (tel 50,) r 99 
H- Woodfin. (See des art) 

^Dc-ggett M W Mrs, r 99 Woodfin 

^Doggett Florence R Miss, r 99 Woodfin 
_3 Donaldson Vinie, c, bds 24 Grove 

« McKlllliOII & PETR1E Mcrrhant Taflors. 5K South Main -Street. 

g Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 

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Stock of nUl'GtilSTM* SIXDKIES is tho oc 



nfllOUn 6l IVi lirlO uiostvaiied^udcoui- 01 Dnjlj 



plet? of any bouse iu Astaeville. 



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Dole Alice B Miss, teacher H I School for colored, 249* § 

College go 

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Donnan Geo, carp, r 161 S Main -"8. 

Donnan Frk, r 161 S Main p 3 

Douglas Bryson, <:, lab, 27 Valley ~g 

Dougherty Je thro, died Oct. 10, 18 go %m 

Dougherty Maggie Miss, bds 15 Bearden Ave g» 

Donovan Kate <:, cook, Flint ^-" 

Donovan W, bricklayer, bds 234 Patton Ave q| 
DONOHUE JNO, Clegg & Donohue, proprietors and|l 

publisheis Evening Journal, office North Court Place, §9 

bds Neville House, 46 S Main 3| 

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ASHEV1LLE, ST. C. gi» 

No. 43 Patton Avenue, under Grand Opcr^ _ cj 

House. "WOODLAWN" g."& 

Thomas. Roberts. Stevenson Stoves 4 Ranges, [IIOOU] COOK STOVES. ' * §• 

Also, Bridgeford & Co. 's Steel Ranges. Specialty iVlade of Hotel Kaugen. vi ;r 

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Donovan Maggie, c, cook, 121 Haywood §^ 

Dooley Hester, c, laundresss, r 9 Mountain ^. 

Dooley Robt c, cook, r 9 Mountain J"* 

Dortch F L, mining engineer, bds Battery Park £d 

Doster Hy, c, lab, r 36 Mulberry S 

Doster Mary, c, r 36 Mulberry ^j 

Dosier Harriett, c, r 53 Mountain Q 
Doubleday Harold, lumber dealer, bds Gano House, Hay- O 
wood and French Broad Avenue 

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Dowtin Fannie Mrs, r 84 Depot 

Dowtin J A, night watchman R&D Fit Depot, r 84 Depot q 

Doyle P J, sawyer, bds 44 Philip 



Taylor, Boois & Brotherton, 



^Sfw!fd s Tnta^ k H, Lngba'i "White Man's Bar," H 



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on exhibiton to attract the -— »■' <• • **» > , 

attention of the lower trade. - , ,,, , . _, . 

But First-Class Goods only at * or ' "OUtn Main and ha?Ie (Down Stairs.) 



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$ llf AA U, n P«.Jl«„ D«J, Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

I . Western Carolina Bank, i^r^J^J^: 

p» $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Money 
^.- loaned on Real Estate on long time. 






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^J Drake J L, r 338 S Main 
^•Drake Hattie, r 338 S Main 

* Drake Carrie Miss, pupil H I School 

* Dubard Pearl Miss, pupil H I School 
.Dubard Mattie Miss, pupil H I School 

-Duck Mary, c, laundress, r bet Valley and Eagle 

.Duckworth Revel S E, bds 255 Grove 
^Duckworth N J, carp, bds 255 Grove 
JSDiichein Annie Miss, bds 31 Grove 
"•^Duckett Jas, bds French Broad and Patton Aves 
g Duffy R S, bartender Jas H Loughran, White Man's Bar, 46 
S Main, bds Neville House 



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Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 
' No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



■fDuffield S E Mrs wid C B, r 56 Spruce 

J* Dukes T C H, bookkeeper Battery Park, r 33 Short 
■jk Dukes D J Mrs, r 33 Short 

Dukes Mary L Miss, r 33 Short 
Cq Dukes Eliza C Miss, r 33 Short 

at Dukes Margaret Miss, r 33 Short 

QDun Katie Miss, r 152 Chestnut 

MDun R G, r 152 Chestnut 

fiDun Mrs R G, r 152 Chestnut 

MDun Hattie Miss, r 152 Chestnut 
5» Dun Nannie Miss, r 1 52 Chestnut 
^ Dunn John, shoemaker, bds 73 No Main 

$ McKINNON & PFTRIF, Merchant Tailors. 58 SoutlTTldiTstreet, 



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Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



Our HAD.4 W.1TEK »ml other Fountain Drinks are eonceued the^jj. 



best. Ttie only place where whiter alone are served. & 

RAYSOR & SMITH'S, 



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Dunigan Eliza, r near Cotton Factory £g, 

Dundrant Lila Miss, pupil A F College gr^ 

Duncan J L, night watchman Battery Park, r same g® 

Duncan D, carpenter, bds 309 College eg 

Duncan S K Mrs, wid Charles, r 27 Spruce 5* 

Durham Berry, r, lab, r 283 North Depot ~£ 



Durham Lottie, c, laundress, r 283 No Depot 3q 

Duvall Gertrude Miss, bds 28 Penland 30 

Duvall Lucinda Mrs, r 28 Penland 3< 

Dvvight Anna B, teacher Chapel Day School (H I) 
Dyer Mary, c, r 157 Hill 



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EAGEN E E, Sec'y and Treas Asheville Ice and " 

Coal Co, r 421 West Haywood Zl 

Eagen C C Mrs, r 421 West Haywood © 

Earl Lizzie, c, cook, r 95 Pine ^ 
Earl Carrie, c, laundress, r near 64 Mountain 



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Earle Anthony, c, wrks frt depot, r 371 Haywood ^ 

Earle Jane, c. laundress, r 371 Haywood 

Earle Sarah, c, bds 371 Haywood 

Earle Emanuel, c, bds 371 Haywood <$ 

Earwood W R, carp, bds 300 Bailey 

Earwood Ellis, bds 307 Bailey , 

Earwood W R, carp, r Hill, near Buttrick 

PURITY, ) -A-SSE OTT^ SPECIALTIES. « 

OLITENESS AND \ ••.,,, i-im-i 11 1 * J 

romptness J Jag, 8. Loughraa s whits hi s Bar, ; 

Cor. South Main a-nd Eagle [Down Stairs.] « 



o' . U/n«l rt .„ P„.rvl!«« [LJ, Organized May, 18§S; Lewis Maddux 

i western Urolina bank, r™*°\^\^ r a -^ ? \. 

u- ' dent, J. K. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

fl« $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 



.- nil Banking Businesi Transacted 



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[>f Earwood Ella, r Hill, near Buttrick 

WS Eaton Saml, r Buttrick, near Haywood 

$« Eaton Julia L Mrs, r Buttrick, near Haywood 

t Eaton Jno, plasterer, r 53 Atkinson 

t^Eaton Lizzie, r 53 Atkinson 

pTEast Edine H Miss, pupil A F College 

jS: Eaves Carrie, c, cook, Vance and College • 

Eaves Emmerson, elk T J Revel, North Main, bds Western 
Jg Hotel 

ECKLE & CO, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, South 
Main, opp Swan Hotel (See desc article) 
WEckert Alfred, bartender, Glen Rock Hotel, r same 

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£5! ■! I ■■■ mi 1 a m "*3L Patton ^A.x7-o 



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»l»s everything in the llou-r 
ruisiiiii- line, as well as a larg-e 
^jkj line of China, Glass, Lamp*. Ac. 

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^ Edney, wid W L, r 318 Patton ave 

Edmondson Theo, pupil H I School 
£■4 Edwards Monroe, wks Fur Factory, r near Broom Factory 
{■4 Edwards Maggie, r near the Broom Factory 
•^ Edwards J M, Police Force, r 86 Cherry 
Jg Edwards Mattie, r 86 Cherry 

Edwards Cora, c, laundress, r 35 Woodfin 

mZ Edwards Sallie, c, laundress, r Sorrels, near Beaumont 
+3 Edwards M, foreman Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, 43 Patton 

Cv ave, r 163 Merriman 

U Edwards LB Miss, milliner, Mimnaugh's, Patton ave, r 35 
PI Woodfin 

"3 McK'NNON & PETRIF. ^ Tililors < ? Soii Mm street, 

Qg Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



TTfE can Sell your Real Estate at a higher price, 
VV can purchase for you at a lower figure, ahel 
charge you less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block. 

28 Pattern Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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JE can Sell your Real Estate at a higher price, 
can purchase for you at a lower figure, and 
charge yon less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 IHLcAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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rS 5 Rayssr & Smith's Drug Store, 31 Patisn A?s, f I 



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Edwards Geneva, r 86 Cherry J»b 

Edwards Alice, bds 86 Cherry |'E 

Edwards Carrie, bds 86 Cherry !=S 

Egerton Lula Miss, pupil H I School 2Jo 

Egerton Sallie Miss, pupil H I School - S ? 

Egerton B T, wks C E Moody 30 Patton ave, bds 124 g's 

Roberts - s « 

Egerton Eliza, bds 84 Depot »% 

Egerton John, 6-, wks Battery Park, r nr Hill p § 

Egerton Patsy, c, r nr Hill ^| 
Eichelberger W H, C E and Mech D'n, r Magnolia House 555- 

N Main Is 



Walter 1 Cushman,^ 



Attorney at Law. COMMISSIONER of W 
DEEDS, ami Notary Public, 
SO Patton Avenue. Asheville, X. <'. ^ 

Specialiies : Real Property anil Coaveyancing, W 

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Eichelberger carp, bds 59 N Main ^ 

Emerson P F Mrs, r 47 Walnut © 

Emerson P F, wks Asheville Shoe Factory, r 47 Walnut m 

Embler Lillie Miss, pupil H I School go 

Ellis Millie F, c, r 263 Bailey ^ 

Ellis Lelia, c, r 263 Bailey © 

Ellis .Mary, c, laundress, r 263 Bailey § 

Elllis Henry, c, baker, r 263 Bailey — \ 

Ellege John, wks Graham's Factory, bds Green nr Park ave 55 
Ellege Henry, wks Graham's Factory, bds Green nr Park ave 
Ellege Frank, wks Graham's Factory, bds Green nr Park 
Ave 






k H, Loughran's "White Man's Bar, 

O Down Stairs. ^ — 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and price? charged accordingly |* 



Cor. Si). Main & Eagle. |? 



cJ U/„«i«.„ P«;«l!«« (l««l» Organize.! May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

« Western Larohna Dank, r^^v-^w- Vk r Presi r 

"^ ' dent, J. h. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

oa* $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Your 
.-=3 Correspondence solicited. 



^ ELL , 178 ERW 

QjEllege Willie, wks Graham's Factory, bcb Green nr Park 

Ave 
pqEUege J W wid, r Green nr Park Ave 
,_ lEllege Emmie, r Green nr Park Ave 

G>Elliotte W F, contractor, r 351 Haywood 
P^Elliotte Hattie Mrs, r 351 Haywood 

oElliotte Hannah, c, cook, 84 Bailey 
^jElse Hy, wks Asheville Fur Factory, r nr same 
.HElse Emma, rnr Asheville Fur Factory 

■^Ellar carp, bds 234 Patton Ave 

•^SEngle S F, r nr Cotton Factory 

pjEngle Lee, wks Cotton Factory, r nr same 

ASHEVILLE, BT. C. 

No. 43 Paitoi Aye. under &rand Opjera House 
1 1 Steam Fitting, Gas Fitting, 

O * " ROYAL" «.\S MACHINE. 

f~\ Used exclusively by Penn. R. R. " Several now in Operation in this City. 

■Jingle R J, wks Cotton Factory, r nr same 

J*Engle Lou, bds 289 S Main 
MhEngle Chas A, bartender Muller's Exchange, College and 

Water, r same 
CpEpps C F, painter, bds 72 Depot 

wEpps R L Mrs, bds 72 Depot 

QErvin Rachael, c, bds 326 Haywood 

flJErvin Henry, c, shoemaker, r 326 Haywood 

fiErvin Jno, wks Asheville Shoe Factory, bds nr Broom Fac- 

M tory 

*HErwin Will, bds 351 S Main 
^Erwin Buell, bds 351 S Main 

t McKINNON & PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 Sontk Mail St. 



I Taylor, Bonis SDroMos. 



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Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



Day or Vi^lil by competrn t ApollnH-nrie s : 
delivered tree tu any purl of I lie City. 



PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED 

Raysor & Smith, 31 Patton Ave. 

ERW 179 EVA 



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n Ella, r 351 S Main 

n M K Mrs, removed to Davidson and College O 

n Mollie, bds 351 S Main m 

nSB, r 351 S Main "L 

n Nannie T, bds 35 1 S Main • 

n Hattie, c, waitress, 24 Grove £d 

n Walter, c, coachman 71 Liberty S 

n Helen, c, r4i Pine ^j 

n Julia, c, nurse, r 5 Mountain O 
n Rachel, c, laundress, r 5 Mountain 
n Virgil, c, lab, r 5 Mountain 
n M K Mrs, wid M, r 57 College 



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C.T. RAILS 



Real Estate and Fire Insurance, • 

> No. 5 Patton Ave, Ash&ville. N. C. 



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Erwin Hannah Miss, r S7 College ««® 

Erwin M D, c, wks City Water Works, r 41 Pine 
Eastabrook H T, books and stationery 11 S Main, r same 



Evans Jesse, engineer, bds 452 S Depot 



Eastabrook H T Mrs, r 1 1 S Main »S" 

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Evans Hester, bds 179 S Main *X* 

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Evans Florence, bds 179 S Main 

Evans S J R, r 179 S Main 

Evans Mary E, r 179 S Main ?| 

Evans Ella, c, laundress, r nr 109 Mountain wS 

Evans Sol, c, porter, r 109 Mountain 5"-f* 

Evans Jesse, c, drayman, r 180 Pine %% 

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The Neatest and most Quiet Place in Town to spend an hour or two at » O 
BILLIARDS or POOL, and at the same time "smile." Is at "°^ 

JAS. H. LOUGBRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR." c ".Xr H 

' (Down Stalr».) g" 



- UiVlnrn Porn'mi Dnnl/ Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

■i western uaroiina BanK, ^tw * Hh* vu ?; p ™i- 

s ' dent, J. E, Rankin. Cashier. Capital, 

.» 150,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 

and Teller's Window tor the exclusive use of the Ladies. 



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EVA 180 FAR 



£*• Evans Lucy, c, r 180 Pine 

t. 9 Evans Pollie, cook 24 Davidson 

EVENING JOURNAL, daily, Clegg & Donohue edi- 

• tors, N Court Place 

- T^AIN N W, taxidermist, r 73 Academy 
aS - L Fain M E Mrs, r 73 Academy 

S3 Falk Prof C, Music House 35 N Main, bds College and 
^ bpruce 

"^Fant — , vvid James, bds 3 [8 Haywood 
§3 Fant Mary, c, house maid, r 234 N Main 
S Fanders Rosa, c, cook, r Philip 



S Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyx, President 

Q=S . . . _ 

■^ Fanning Frank, travelling salesman Richmond, r 39 Patton ave 

fl Fanning H M, Mrs, r 289 S Main 
.jl Fanning F A, commercial traveller, r 289 S Main 
"* Farnham Ida Miss, r Merriman ave 
C|K Farmer Tina, wks Cotton Factory, r nr same 

^ Farmer John, lab, r nr Cotton Factory 
► £ Farmer Caroline, wks Cotton Factory, bds nr same 

Ifi Farmer Eliza, bds nr Cotton Factory 

Farmer and Mechanic The, Stansill & Morris, editors 

M Farmer J S, brickmason, r nr Cotton Mills 
«H Farmer Sarah A, r nr Cotton Factory 
C^ Farral A J, tobacconist, r 35 Woodfin 

S McKINHON & PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

f>| CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PrRiTY or noons. ^ 

OMTEXERR TO CUSTOMERS, and * 

ROMPTNENS WITH ORDERS AM> PRESCRIPTIONS og" 

o 2. 

jEtAITlSOXl. cfc ISMITK, 31 Fatton. Ave. -™ g 

FAR 181 FEE II 



Farral A J Mrs, r 35 Woodfin 

Farral L Lillian Miss, bds 35 Woodfin 

Farrar Sallie Mrs, housekeeper, bds 159 Patton ave 



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Farrell J H, wks Cotton Factory, r 30 W Haywood - M g 



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Farrell Theresa, bds 30 W Haywood 

Farrell Mary, r 30 Haywood 2^ 

Farrell Emma, r- 30 Havwood og. 

Farnsworth Mary, housemaid 53 Bridge g- 

Farr Ella, c, cook 130 Valley 

Farr Napoleon, c, r 130 Valley 

Featherstone Mamie E Miss, bds 47 Depot p*4 

Featherstone Emma Miss, bds 47 Depot 

fepssy. W. Itaiih Si El™ ™g 

<fec, for their clear one*, / ?i £ attOQ AVe» S^ 

should give us a call before you buy. We are the Leadeis. ^1 

FEATHERSTONE A A, Hampton & Featherstone, the Q 

Metropolitan 29 N Main (See desc article) Q 

Featherstone A A Jr, bds 42 Haywood U 
Featherstone W C, bartender, r 47 Depot 

Featherstone L L Mrs, r 47 Depot fe 

Feamster Thomas, c, driver Hare Bros 17 S Main -^ 

Feamster James, c, waiter, Glen Rock z£ 

Feamster Thomas, c, drayman, r 142 Pine , 
Feamster John, c, lab, r 142 Pine 

Febee Sarah, r 431 S Main — * 

Fedderson William, c, lab, r Peachtree HL 

Fee Lizzie, bds 56 Bailey *** 



JAS. H. LOUGHRAN'S 'WHITE WAN'S BAR,"g 



The WHISKIES 
WINES AND 
BRANDIES AT 

Have been recommended bv the leading physicians of the State for medicinal 
purposes. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. 



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1^ Western Carolina Bank, I 



Organized May 1888; Lewis Maddux, President. 

L. P. McLoud, Vice-President, J. B. Rankin, 

Cashier. Directors— Lewis Maddux, Geo. S. 

g« ..w«.w... , Powell. J. E.Rankin, C. M. McLoud, J. E.Ray. 

22 S. H. Reed. M. J. Bearden, J. K. Reed, M. J. Fagg. Capital, Sf>0,000; Surplus, 
■~ o $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

§£ 

FEL 182 FIS 

g£ ; . . 

jja Felder Jane, c, r 130 Hill 

§ Felder B F, c, barber, r 130 Hill 

•|| Felthams Anton, plumber, r 94 Cherry 

= » Felthams Lillie F Mrs, r 94 Cherry 

$< Feltsburg George, musician at Battery Park, bds 38 Bailey 

e° Field Martha Miss, r 35 Spruce 

23 Field Jacob, c, bds 211 Patton ave 
C> Field Arthur M, jeweler S Main 

^ Fincke C L, r se cor Merritnan ave and Hillside 

^Fincke C L Mrs, r se cor Merritnan and Hillside 

r-H Finley Robert, Finley & Nelson N Main, r 71 Orange 

*Cj Finley Robert Mrs, r 71 Orange 
. __ _ — 

■^t? 111 1 m m 1 Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 



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i Walter S, UM' 



DEEDS, and Notary Public, 
O Pntton Avenue. AMln-ville, 

'? Specialties: Heal Property and conveyancing. 



CO Finney A, c, driver, r 27 Gudger 
C$ Finney Julia, c, laundress 27 Gudger 

2E First Baptist Church, new Spruce and College, old Spruce 
and Woodfin 
Ej First Presbyterian Church, Church bet Patton ave and Willow 
Jf FIRST NATIONAL BANK, S E Court Place, (Tel. 88 ;) 
^ Wm E Breese, prest ; Dr G W Fletcher, vice prest, 

|JJ Fletcher, N C ; W H Penland, cashier 

W m Fisher T L, railroader, r 500 S Depot 
-jf Fisher Sallie Mrs, r 500 S Depot 

.Fisher W M, c, bell boy Battery Park 
-i-> Fisher Mary, wks Cotton Factory, r nr same 

I Mil Im, MerCha liain a Stee S et 58 *"* 

™ CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



The Most Complete Stock of %§ 

>■ Pure Dugs, Rare Chemicals and Patent Medicines!! 



MHiOUn & ulYII PI Oi Pnrfi Tlrnirs RarR nhPinlnals and Patpnt Mpfiirinpsls 

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—AT — 31 3?a.tt©». ^.rreaa.\3.s. 



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Fitch H W, r 6 Spruce 

Fitch Dr H W Mrs, accoucher, r 6 Spruce 

Fitzpatrick Nannie Miss, r io Bridge •"§ 

Fitzpatrick T W Mrs, r io Bridge 

Fitzpatrick Pearl Miss, r io Bridge 

Fitzpatrick R L Mrs, r 24 Orange g*® 

FITZPATRICK T W, Fitzpatrick Bros, wall paper, || 
decorative material N Main, r 10 Bridge. (See desc ^s 
article) qg 

FITZPATRICK R L, Fitzpatrick Bros, wall paper, || 
decorative material 30 N Main, r 24 Orange. (See «%> 
desc article) jgS 



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Tavlor, Bouis & Brotherton, * *«.„*, -.;,,„ », a™* oper.^,..^ 

" Specialty made of n^ 

Fine Sanitan PlniuDiue and Bocsc Heating, STEAM ssra™ ' 



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Fitzgerald J, lab, r 72 Cherry 

Fitzgerald Ella, bds 72 Cherry 

Fitzgerald Will, drayman, bds 72 Cherry 

Fitzgerald Dora, bds 72 Cherry X 

Flack Charles, lab, c, bds Madison 

Flacks Jos, barber, r Buttrick 



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Flax Ida, c, ch maid A F College, r 14 Hilterbrand © 

Flax Wm, c, drayman, r 176 Pine g 

Flax Anna, c, laundress, r 176 Pine 

Flemming Callie, c, r 24 Hilterbrand 

Flemming Charles, c, coachman, r 24 Hiterbrand © 

Flemming Loula, c, r 24 Hilterbrand 



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Ztffo'SSiraSS Jas, H, Loughian's "White Man's Bar,"!! 

tin exhibition to attract the — -—^——— ———-————-— --^--— «—-«—- >~ 

attention of the lower trade. Cor. South Main and Eagle, Down Stairs. % * 
But First-Class Goods only at 



iWaton Sink But I 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux. 
President LP McLoud Vice-Presi- 

lent, J. h. Rankin, Cashier. Capital 
== $00,0011, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository.. 

FLE 184 FOR 

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o^ Fletcher John, conductor motor car line, bds43 So Main 
"£$ Fletcher W E, conductor motor car line, r 43 So Main 

to Fletcher Dr M H, physician, office So Main, r 24 Penland 
(Telephone 43.) 

<tf Fletcher M H Mrs, r 24 Penland 
pcj Fletcher Wm, c, lab, bds Gudger 
*£J Fletcher Mary Miss, nurse Slagle House, 90 Patton ave, r 

co same 

rt Fletcher Henrietta, c, cook, 24 Penland 
A4 Flower Mission, 27 Spruce, Mrs M L Mclnturff, matron 

JZj Foggett , architect, r Seney and East 

Fondvvorth Rose, c, French Broad avenue near Phillip 

ri _ : Z. 

g fl fjl "n i 1ITT fj Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 

•3 U. 1 . llllH LIU. No 5 Patton Ave Asheville, N. C. 

PI . _ . 

^Fondvvorth James, c, waiter, French Broad near Phillip 

£ Foote Carrie, c, cook, 176 Pine 

Foote Wm, lab, r 176 Pine 
W Foreman Leah, c, cook. I41 Haywood 
ril Foreman Will, c, bell boy Battery Park 
Ford Celia,c, floor maid, Glen Rock 

JJ Fort F L, carpenter, r Victoria i 1 /^ mile So Main 

2 Fort M A, r Victoria, 1% mi So Main 

£j Fort Wm, carpenter, r 431 So Main 
"j"J Fort Elizabeth, r 431 So Main 
JJJ Ford Remus, c, car cleaner, r Roberts 
rf Ford Hester, c, r Roberts 

* McKINNON Si PETRIE Merclmt MorSi !5 ^ Main stree1. 



CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



RAYSOR & SMITH'S 



Stock of I>;:i(.(JISTS' KCNDRIFJ is theO 

moM vs,rio " an " eott " 31 Patton Ayeooe. ™ 

plete of nn.v house in Ashevillcu ** 



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FOR 185 FOR 

Forney Thomas, exporter, r Clements near Mountain 

Forney Julia, c, laundress, r Clements near Mountain O 

Forney Melinda, c, laundress, r bet Valley & Eagle m 
Forney Lou, r 391 So Main 

Forney Mira, c, laundress, 261 Bailey . 

Forney Stanley, c, carpenter, r 261 Bailey |pd 

Forney Abe, c, lab, r 391 So Main « 
Forney Millie, c, cook Gano House, Haywood and French *** 

Broad avenue £ 

Forney Mattie, c, house maid, 21 1 Patton avenue O 
Forney Jolin, c, servant, Chestnut Head Bridge 



Forney Charles, c, bds 35 Hill 



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:r,:e.a.Xj estate, 



Gwyn & West 

r..t.Mi,h,.i is»i. S. E. Court Square. I; 

Forney Brooks, c, lab, r 3? Hill £« 

Forney Amelia, c, 35 Hill 

Forney T L, c, bds 35 Hill ^g, 

Forney John, c, bds 35 Hill ° I 

Forney Jule, c, lab, r Madison g 3- 

Forney Hester, c, laundress, r Madison ^ & 

Forney Jim,c, coachman, r 250 College §3 

Forney Margaret, c, r 250 College ££ 

Fortune R G, elk Falk Music House, N Main, bds Western ~i 

Hotel £a 

= g 

Fortune A B, R R contractor, r 1 12 College f> 

Fortune AB Mrs, r 112 College § £f 



"Eir..., Ju. H. Longhiu'i "Whits Man's Bar,1f 

Have been recommended by tbe leading physicians oft.be State for medicinal = 
purposes. [5 lot*. South JIulii »n<l Eagle, Uttwn Stairs. 7 



rj HI I n ii n I Organized Mav, 1888; Lewis Maddux. 

A Western Carolina Bank, ^f'Tv^VTr v 't p -m 

<fi ' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

J $50,000. Surplus, $20,000. State, Comity and City Depository. 

FOR 186 FOS 

■*<•-* — — . . .. , . , — . , — 

He Fortune Bargin, r 112 College • 

uZ Fortune Lizzie Miss, r 112 College 

[ij- Fortune George, r 1 1 2 College 

^° Fortune Susan, servant, r Victoria. i)<< mi So Main 

^Fortune Tiney, c, house maid, 115 Haywood 
^Foster Edith Miss, bds 88 No Main 
Q Foster Ann, c, cook, 73 Haywood 

05 Foster R P, chief clerk V E McBee's office R and D Ry Co, 
l» bds 78 Park ave 

°0 Foster Florence Miss, bds Gano House, Haywood and 
bg. French Broad ave 

q Foster Sallie A, r Depot near Frt Depot 

m P T RAWL } R ea l Estate and Fire Insurance, 

W- 1 ! ? No. 5 Patton Ave. T Asheville, N. C. 

£H Foster H F, farmer, r Depot near Frt Depot 
^Foster Annie, cook, 80 Depot 

.Foster A L, cabinetmaker, r 140 Church 
M Foster Mary A, r 140 Church 

^Foster Jane M, r McDowell near Fitch Planing Mill 
^Foster F M, carpenter, r McDowell near Fitch PI Mill 
ZjFoster Martha E, r McDowell near Fitch Planing Mill 

Foster Lucy, c, cook, 33 Bailey 
fl)Foster Bettie, c, wks 351 So Main 
"*j?Foster Emma, c, laundress, r Madison 

^Foster George, lab, r Madison ' 

(D Foster Ann, c, cook, Haywood 

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1 Hcfa& & Petrii, 



Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 



Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



The Most Complete Stock of 

Pure Drugs, Rare Chemicals aud Patent Medicines 



? Sapori Smith's. 



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31 Pat ton Ave. ?% 

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Foster Francis, £, cook, 9 Flint p 

Fowler W L, painter, r near Woodfin and Bridge h§. 

Fowler Rosa, r near Woodfin and Bridge a£ 

Fowler Frank, blacksmith, r 16 Buttrick -"g 

Fowler Annie Mrs, r 16 Buttrick 
Fowler Thomas, brickmason, bds 16 Buttrick 
Fowler Nancy. 16 Buttrick 

Fowler James, wks A shoe factory, bds 16 Buttrick 
'Fowler Sallie, bds 16 Buttrick 
Fowler Ida, bds 16 Buttrick 
Fowler Julius, carp, r nr Ice Factory 
Fowler Mary, r nr Ice Factory 



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TF YOU want to make your 
L newly married life happy 



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r , T _ *,„. „-.,, M. W. Thrub Si Do, w* Nn g 

alwaysbuy youreonimencine; 7 ^y 

outfit from us." Every article at our store is new, neat and handsome, and a 
nrht-class store in every respect. 

Fowler Scott, c, cook, r 130 Valley Q 

Fowler Alice, c, laundress, r 130 Valley Q 
Foye Florence, c, housemaid, r Merriman ave nr Chestnut W 
Franklin J H, shoemaker, 40 S Main, r 24 Seney 

Franklin J H Mrs, r 24 Seney Ci 

Franklin Arthur, carp, r 24 Seney ^ 

Franklin Samuel, tailor, r 24 Seney q 

Franklin Hettie B Miss, bds 1 1 Buttrick • 
Franklin Will, carp, r French Broad and Patton ave 

Fraley Charles, fireman, bds Jeff Drive nr frght depot ~~* 

Fradey Benjamin, bds 327 S Main g- 

Fradey Ellen, bds 327 S Main *°* 

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, . _ Se _ 

The Xeatest and Most Qniet plaee in Town to spend an hour or ■-» 
two at Milliard!* or Pool, and at the name time "Niiiile." Is at S2 



Jas, H. Loughran's "White Man's Bar, 



Cor. South Main St Eagle, 

(Down Stairs.) 



L Western Carolina Bank, ^?l^^^^^« : 

*7 ' dent, J. E. Rankin, ( ashier. Capital, 

§3 $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
~x § est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

"5 FRA 188 FRE 

x= ;Fra(ley John, r 327 S Main 

jpFradey Pollie, r 327 S Main 

i^Fradey Cornelia, r 62 Hill 

!'|Fradey C E, r 62 Hill 

o^Fradey Wm, r 62 Hill 

.t°Fradey S L, carp, r 62 Hill 

tf France W S, tobacco dealer, bds 24 Bailey 
"France P S, liveryman, bds 24 Bailey 
■ Frank J S, groceryman, 32 N Main, r 80 S Main 

"Francis — , planter, bds 124 Woodfin 

^Francis \V C, carp, r Jeff Drive, nr Frt Depot 

■•r-fFraucis Bingham Miss, r Jeff Drive nr Frt Depot 
>. . 

& Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 

J2 flf.U.M fl Att.t1»m* w DEEDS, and Notary Public, 

**3 W&ltl [J. TjuJj|lItHn. >"«. SOPntton Avenue. Asheville. X. < 



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Specialties : Real Properly and Conveyancing. 



^Francis Maggie Miss, bds Jeff Drive nr Frt Depot 
cJjFrancis Sam'l bds Jeff Drive nr Frt Depot 
-•Francis Callie Miss, bds Jeff Drive nr Frt Depot 
OFrancis M S Mrs, r Jeff Drive nr Frt Depot 
^Francis Robt, engineer, r Jeff Drive nr Frt Depot 
ijjFrank C F, printer, r 278 College 
JjFrank Maggie Miss, r 278 College 

• Frank Ro. C, printer, r 278 College 
I^Frank Wm, printer, r 278 College 
^Frcck Adolph, r 159 S Main 

Freck Carrie, r 159 S Main 
^Freeman Katie, r 270 N Main 

w McKINNON & PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 Soiilh Main Street, 

g Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



DAVOflD 9 OMITU'O Sto ' k or ' nitre CIST* : SI'XDBIES Is the z~ 

nMloUH 4 OlYII I [I iuo«t varied aud com, jjl p-Kpn Aupnyp |» 

~l»lete «i anj bouse In Astaeville. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmm l. _ 

/^ _____ ?2, 

FRE 189 FUL |g 

Freeman J W, wks Cotton Mills, r 34 W Haywood i°» 

Freeman Sallie, r 34 W Haywood go 

Freeman B B, route agent R & D, 1-94 Depot -*1 

Freeman Julia, r 94 Depot _pg 

Freeman Minnie, bds 94 Depot 

Freeman Edgar, telegraph operator, bds 94 Depot 

Freeman Geo, bds 94 Church f"'- 



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£5 0> 



Taylor, Bonis _ BrotMoo, 



Freck Ernest, bds 159 So Main S1 - <n 

Freight and Pass Depot, R&D R'y, (Tel 81) Sw Asheviile 
French Broad Lumber Co, nr Pass Depot, (Tel 31) 
Friday Eliza, r, cook, r 1 Rollins g£ 

Friday Eliza, c, r Old Depot, near R&D Shops gj| 

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AHiiKVU.rr.. if. c. e-S 

No. 43 Patton Avenue, under Grand Opera ") r_ 

H 0l _e. " WOODLAWN " |f 

Thomas. Roberts. Stevenson Stoves & Ranges, [WOOD] COOK STOVES. " - 

AWe, Bndgeford-Co.'s Steel Rauges. Specialty _Udt» of Motel i_a__e. S 2. 

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Friday Virgil, r, railroader, r near R&D Shops || 

Friday Maria, c, r Depot 

Friday Susan, c, r Depot, near R&D Shops f^ 

Froneberger Jas Williams, r 63 Merriman £2 

Froneberger R, traveling salesman, Bilto, r 65 Merriman 2 

Froneberger R Mrs, r 63 Merriman _^ 

Froneberger Louis, elk, Bostick, Brothers & Wright, N Main, q 

bds 9 Flint O 

Froneberger Brevard, elk, F E Mitchell 28 Patton ave, bds 9 

Flint 
-7 < 
Fulton, wid Wm H, r 254 No Main 



Fry Bruce, engnr, bds Jeff Drive, near Frt Depot ,-_> 



£^r&"____ Jas. B, Uwbi'i "W__ Mil's Bar," 1= 

on exhibiton to attract the 1 1 >Z 

attention of the lower trade. , . .. „ . , _ , % 

But First-Class Goods only at . cor - SOUtn Main and _a|le (Dowa Stairs.) • 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux. 
President, L. P. MeLoud, Vice-Presi- 
d -nt, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. (Capital, 

> $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Money 

to j? loaned on Real Estate on long time. 

Sft FUL 190 FUR 

nt - 

£8Fuller J M, bds 21 1 Patton ave 

S^Fullwood Emma, c t cook, 157 Church 

9 Fulp Edna Miss, pupil H I School 

,4 Fulmer Jno A, fireman, bds Jeff Drive, near Frt Depot 

Fullmer Jacob, engnr, bds 84 Depot 

i^ullam A W, farmer, r 5 10 VV Haywood 

JC ' ul lam J S, Barker & Fullam, fruits and confectioners, So 
•3 Main, r 43 Pine 

jjaF ullam Annie, r 5 10 W ITa} r wood 
•^Fullam Jerrie, bds 510 W Haywood 
S3 ? ullam Fannie, r 510 W Haywood 
"fjjl^ullam Lelar, bds 510 W Haywood 



I CT. RAILS, 



Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 
No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



as 
PCS- 



■Fullam Geo W, lab, r 73 Depot 
HFullam Ellen Mrs, r 73 Depot 
■SFulenweider H E Mrs, r Jj Bailey 

r'ulenweider H W, compiler of commercial and industrial 
wq works, office 28 Patton ave, r yy Bailey 

gFULENWEIDER H E, Fulenweider & Bro, HE&C, 
boots and shoes, 18 Patton ave, r JJ Bailey (See adv) 
^Fulenweider C, & H E, bds jy Bailey 
fiFulenweider Callie, r, laundress, r 96 Chestnut 

3 Fur Chas, wks Cotton Factory, bds 38 W Haywood 
Fur Rena, wks Cotton Factory, bds 38 W Haywood 
^Furgerson Alice Miss, pupil H I School 



.&PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Maia Street, 



85 



Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



• Onr SOI>4 WATER and other Fountain Drink? are conceded t4»e,_, 
best. The ouly place where whiter alone are served. p ~. 

RAYSOR & SMITH'S, || 

. 5-b 

FUR - 191 GAI *« 

■ ■ ■ B m 

Furguson Lillie Miss, pupil H I School £2, 

Furman R B, elk, Williamson & Co, Patton ave, r 95 Pine |r^ 

Furman R R Mrs, r 95 Pine g» 

FURMAN RO. M, Furman & Vance, props and publish- cs 

ers Asheville Democrat, office N W Court Place, r 95 g"^ 

Pine £g 

Furman Ro M Mrs, r 95 Pine 3q 

FURMAN D W, Furman Printing Co, N Court fo 

Place, r 95 Pine g| 

Furman Carrie Miss, r 95 Pine " 

Furman Ro M Tr, r os Pine »i 

Furman Wm H, r 250 N Main gJ» 

1 ' ml Co CWYN & west j |! 

S- IE. COTJBT _SQtJjA.-iaBS. m 

, # 

Fvle Jas, wks A shoe factory, bds French Broad and Patton ,, 

• aves ^ 

Fvle Ada Mrs bds French Broad and Patton aves O 

GABRIELS ROBERT, carp, bds 117 So French Broad g 
ave. y 

Gadick Woodfin, lab, r near Woodfin and Bridge jw 

Gadick Pollie, r near Woodfin and Bridge 
Gaines W H, c, Gaines & Washington, Billiard Hall, 41 So Q 

T\ IT * 

Main, r same 
Gaines T R, publisher " Tiie Lyceum," office 73 N Main, r^ 
same "^ 



PURITY, ) A-^&E OT3~^ SPECIALTIES. J 

romptneIs and j Jag, H. Loughran's ''Whits Kan's Bar,] 

Cor. South Main and Eagle [Down Stairs. J , 



o' . \1L«1«»« P«. A l!«« n A n |. Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux ' 

i Western Larol ma blank, ^r'-v"/-^^!'- Vic ^fi- 

l'J ' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
Hg $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Uene- 
,t: ral Banking Business Transacted. 
fl* _ 

GAI 192 GAR 

[>! Gaines Julia E Mrs, r 73 N Main 

H© Gaines L R, painter, bds 73 N Main 

ia{i Gaines Rowland, bds 73 N Main 

** Gaither Rufus, Rev, c, r 22 Mulberry 

i^Gaither Sarah, c, r 22 Mulberry 

2 Gaither Hattie, c, housemaid, 31 Penland 

JSj Gaither Alfred, c, waiter Grand Central, r 50 Pine 

Gaither Allie, c, r 50 Pine 
qX Gaitlier Horace, bds 31 Grove 
. Gaither Mary, bds 31 Grove 
rH Gaither Dock, c, lab, r near 263 Bailey 
W Gaither Martha, c, cook, r nr 263 Bailey 

05 — 

_\W t m\ I ■■■ hi 1 _ m 41 Patton Ave. 



H 

M 



Thad.W.ThrashaCo.- 



Keeps everything In the Hounc 
rnishing' line, as well as a large 
|ij line of China, Ciiuus, Lamps, «i«. 
fr _ _____ 

^ Gaither March, c, lab, r near 263 Bailey 

Gaither Noah, c, horseshoer, r Fernihurst 
£■4 Gaither Rose, c, cook, Glen Rock 
(■HI Gaither James, c, yardman Glen Rock Hotel 
^ Gaither Lucy, c, cook, 70 Park ave 
bg Gambol Rufus, r, r near 263 Bailey 

GANO C M MISS, prop Gano House, Haywood and 

A? French Broad ave, r same 

+3 Garmon Caroline, c, r near Hill 

ft! Gannon Alfred, c, lab, r near Hill 

A* Garmon Loula, c, r near Hill 
U Garmon Bud, c, r near Hill 

"3 McK'NNOI & PETRIE, Mmi Mm > ® Soilth Mai " stfCet < 

<D ' — — -—_-_—__—_-____ 

rg Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



You will ne 
regret beconil 
u customer at 



k Rayscr Si Smith's Drag Store, 31 Patten Atq. f 1 



B oT 

P 7) 



23 



i-D 3 



8 s 3 



Your trade appreciated. Your interest studied. 

GAR~ 193 GAR 

Garratt James H, bds 370 W Haywood 

Garratt Ellen Mrs, music tea'cher, r 370 W Haywood 

Garratt Lydia M, bds 370 W Haywood 

Garratt Prof C A, organist and music teacher, r 370 W Hay 

wood 

. a." 

Garrett Reta, c, laundress, bds Cripple Creek 

Garrett Alexandra M Miss, r Victoria 1 y 2 miles So Main 

Garrett R U, r Victoria 

Garrett Adeline G Mrs, r Victoria 

Garrett Alexander, r Victoria ■ £•= 

Garland Martha, r 32 Buttrick 9~ 

Garland Mollie, bds 32 Buttrick !s 

. ?<< 

Ill I 1 M tt I Attorney at Law. COMMISSIONER of m 
lY/ftllftM V PliaiMtail DEEDS, and Notary Public, * 

VVilLGr M UUy lUluIl *<>• *° »'»"<>» ^V' • AsuevlUe. X.< ■ & 

1 1 miii it 1 vN«nm»iii Spectaltles . Real prflBert7 aM conveyaacin^ tt 

__ : _ — . . — 9 

Garland D H, painter, r 32 Buttrick 5* 

Gardner Maria, r. r 200 Patton ave © 

Gardner Alexander, c, lab, r 200 Patton ave — 

Gardnei Mary L, c, bds 200 Patton ave g^ 

Gardner Maggie, c, laundress, r Baptist Hill ^ 

Gardner Sarah, c, chambermaid, College and Valley 
Garron Charles, bds Cripple Creek 
Garron L. bds Cripple Creek 
Garron Lee, lab,, r Cripple Creek 
Garron Jane, bds Cripple Creek 
Garron Laura, bds Cripple Creek 
Garron Anna, bds Cripple Creek 



© 









)) Cor. So. Maiu& Eagle. 



£1 

©2 



Jas, H. Louffhran's "White Man's Bar, 

D Down Stairs. ^ 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and price s charged accordingly %' 



qj' $50.000. Surplus. $20,000. 
^ Correspondence solicited. 



Organized May, 188S; Lewis Maddux, 

President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 

' dent, J. K. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

State, County and City Depository. Your 



GAR 



194 



GIB 



<^jarron l)ol'ph,lub, bcls Cripple Creek 

pfjrarron Furman, bds Cripple Creek 
p&rarron Abner, carp, bds 69 Seney 
r-^arrell J L, bnlcher, bds 155 N Main 

abarren E A, bds 48 N Main 
barren LD, bds 48 N Main 

cGarrison Allie, housek.-epjr 163 Haywood 
t^jash Wm D, r Victoria I x / 2 mile south Main 
.JJraston Rose, c, housemaid 76 Haywood 
^Gates — , wid J W, r 257 College 
"Spates E L. bds 420 S Main 

pupates Annie, bds 420 S Main 



CO 

J— I 



Taylor, Bonis & Brotliertan 

Used exclusively by Penn. R. R. — — o 



ASIIKVILLlv. X. C. 

No. 43 Patton Ave. aader Grand Opera House 
Steam Fitting, Gas Fitting, 

7 " BOY .41. »• GAS iHArHIXK. 

Several now in Operation in this City. 



"Gaze John, mechanic, r 20 Buttrick 
jfcaze Nannie W, r 20 Buttrick 
Mpibbs R S, elk 5 5 S Main, r same 
Ajibbs Rufus, lab, bds 112 Roberts 
CJjJ^ibbs Robert, elk Bearden, Rankin & Co S Main, bds 59 N 
j- Main 

S^iibson Mary, cook 6 Spruce 
jjJGibson E J, carp, bds N Main 
ftjibson Lottie, c, chamber maid, r Phillip 
ribson John,*:, brakeman, r Phillip 

rIBSON D E, and A W Conway proprs Union Tea 
Co, 52 S Main. (See desc article) 

McKINNDN & PETRIE. Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main St. 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



c» 



rrlLuLrliniUIlO lILLLu delivered tree to any part ol the t'lty. J 

Raysor & Smith, 31 Patton Ave. J 

GIG 195 GIL 

Gignilli t Mrs, removed to Macon, Ga 

Gilliam Robert, coachman 35 Spruce G> 

Gilliam Laura, r McDowell nr Fitch Planing Mills m 

Gilliam Andy, painter, r McDowell nr Fitch Planing Mills Np- 

Gilliam G W, bds Patton ave and Church • 

Gilliam Mollie, c, bds Patton ave and Church £d 

Gilland James, carp, r 136 Church S 

Gilland Mary, r 136 Church ^gj 

Gilland Fannie, r 136 Church ^ 

Gilliard A, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 2 
Gilliard J A, drug elk Pelham's, Patton ave, bds 5 Flint 
Gilbert Willie, bds 47 French Broad 



8p 

© 



C.T. RAILS 



Real Estate and Fire Insurance,' 



J No. 5 Patton Ave, Asheville, N. C. sj 

= = 



Gilbert M R Mrs, r 47 French Broad 
Gilbert Cora L, bds 47 French Broad 

Gilbert S M, foreman Buncombe Shoe Factory N Main, r 47 v %. 

French Broad e-S" 

Gilkey E P, drug clerk, 272 Patton ave, r same g§ 

Gilreath C H, r Turner near Buttrick • 1 W 

Co 

Gilreath Mrs, r Turner near Buttrick So 

Gilreath Miss, bds Turner near Buttrick p^ 

Gilreath Willie, bds Turner near Buttrick ?=' 

Gilmer Emma, wks Cotton Factory » S 

Gillan Alex, carpenter, bds Southside ave, near Cripple Creek |"-? 
Gillespie J D, c, r 46 Madison gg" 

3 a 

— . , u m 

The Neatest and most Quiet Place in Town to spend an hour or two at « O 
BILLIARD* or POOL, and at the same time "smile." is at "5^ 

JAS. H. LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR," >-;."'" H 

' (Down Stairs .; g" 



- Ul rt «i rt m Pnro'! rt n D«r,l/ Organized -Slav, 1SSS; Lewis Maddux. 

i Western larowia Uank, v****^;*.**** xu T ^. 

3 ' dent, J. E, Kankin, Cashier, Capital, 
t» $50,000. Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
fcii and Teller's Window tor the exclusive use of the Ladies. 
t? . _^____„ 

*§ GIL 100 GOE 

Bt. . : . 

5£ Gillespie W R, wks Union Tea Co, 52 So Main 

|° Girkins M J, r 437 No Main 

* Gird wood L A, Mrs, r 37 French Broad ave 

I GIRDW00D N W. proprietor Model Steam Laundry, 
r ^ 17 Patton ave, r T,y French Broad ave (See descrip- 
^z tive article) 

o^ Glasco John, c, head waiter Battery Park, r 200 So Main 
-"g^ Glasco Mary, c, r 200 So Main 
i=g Glasscock Carrie Mrs, r 23 French Broad ave 
_ Glasscock Charles, bartender, r 23 French Broad ave 

II GLEN ROCK HOTEL, near Passenger Depot, A. G 

Hallybnrton, proprietor, (Telephone 76.) (See desc arte) 



CO 



CT3 
CO 

0=; 



War. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. 



»> Glenn , grocer, N Main, r 22 Bridge 

5 Glenn Mrs, r 22 Bridge 

© • 

u Glenn E R. carpenter, r 15 Depot. 

W Glenn E L, Mrs, r 15 Depot 

*Q Glenn Maggie, bds 15 Depot 

« Glover A, c. waiter.Batterv Park 

I Gobler John, c, r Depot, near 421 Biiley 

5/J Gobler Mary, r, r Depot, near 421 Bailey 

M Goertz Henry, r 122 Haywood 

M Goertz Sophie Mrs, r 122 Haywood 

*H Goertz Leuchen Miss, bds 122 Haywood 

^1 Goertz Amelia Miss, bds 122 Haywood 

t McKINNON & PETRI E, Mefctot Tail °M 8 M ^ street, 

jg| CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PFRITT OF GOODS. $• t 

OLITENESS TO ( I'STOJIERS, nn<l C o 

KOMPT-XKSS WITH ORDERS 4NO PRESCRIPTIONS© 5 



GOE 197 GOO ~ l| 



Ma 

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= 3 






Godrum Waits, c, lab, r Madison 

Godrum Anna, c, r Madison 

Godrum John H, r, lab, r Riverside Park 

Godrum Robert, c, lab, r Riverside Park 

Godrum Hattie, c, r Riverside Park 

Godrum Maria, c, r Riverside Park g^ 

Godrum Hattie, c, bds Madison op. 

Goodrum Mahala, c, r 18 Mulberry r 

Goodrum Charlotte, r, r McDowell near Fitch's Pianino 

Mills 
Goodrum Robert, c, lab, r McDowell near Fitch's Pianino- pQ 



Mill 



- — 8 

SfelKSM t Thrash & GL CRmt m ®§ 

Ac. for their dear ones, ■"■" , »■ ••"■»" W Will 41 Patton Ave w 
should give us a call before you buy. We are the Loadeis. ^ 

Goodrum Walter, «r, bds McDowell near Fitch's Planing Mills Q 
Goodrum Rebecca, c, bds McDowell near Fitch's Planing Mills Q 
Goldstein W, bds 66 So Main kj 

Goldsmith W W, jeweller A Fields, So Main, r 131 Broad 
Goldsmith W W Mrs, r 131 Broad g& 

Goldsmith F P, lab: r near Ice Factory m 

Goldsmith R L, r near Ice Factory 2 

Goode M C Mrs, r 53 College Q 

Good Bill, lab, bds 190 Bailey 

Goodson Charles, r near Cotton Mills -* 

Goodson Wm, r near Cotton Mills §L 

Goodson Mary, wks Cotton Factory, r near same **" 

"fEL J -^. H. LOUGHRAN'S 'WHITE iJlSBArl 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the State for medicinal 5 *" 
purposes. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE,- Down Stairs. ^ 



I Western Carolina Bank, I 



Organized May 1888; Lewis Maddux. President, 

L. P. McLoud. Vice-President, J. K. Rankin, 

'ashler. Directors— Lewis Maddux, Geo. 8. 

Powell, J. E. Ranklu, C. M. McLoud, J. E. Ray, 

£2 8- H. Reed. M. .1. Bearden, J. K. Reed, M. J. Fagg. Capital, £50,000; Surplus, 

■- <u 820,000. State, County and City Depository. 



3.S 



GOO 198 GOI 

jjk- — _ . 

•5 Goodson Nancy, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 

Goodson J L, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 
®= Goodson Flora Miss, pupil H I School 
=>* Goodwin Sandy, c, coachman, bds 109 Mountain 
5< Goodman P M, mechanic, bds Roberts and Buxton 
<S° Goodman R L, editor and publisher Asheville Advertiser, 

N E Court Place; r 120 Charlotte 
C3 Goodman R L Mrs, r 120 Charlotte 
.; Goodin Lizzie, c, cook, r near 263 Bailey 

„ Goodin Eliza, c, r near 263 Bailey 
w-* Goodloe Lillie Miss, contortionist, r 54 Mountain 
•£ Goodlake Allen, bds 195 S Main 

CD ■ ~ — ; — ■ 

**-• ■■■ 1 m m 1 Attorney at Law, COMMISSION ER of 

VI 

<S 



iWaltsrS. Cu5Mim,*h" 



DEEDS, and Notary Public, 
O Pat ton Avon lie. Asheville, 

J specialties : heal Property and Conveyancing. 



«© Goodlake V L, bds 195 S Main 

c$ Goodlake Frank E, bds 195 S Main 

32 Goodlake Jessie, bds 195 S Main 
\ Goodlake Thomas H, bds 195 S Main 

Z Goodlake Geo R, bds 195 S Main 

££ Goodlake Sadie, bds 195 S Main 

^ Goodlake Charles, r 195 S Main 

■ " Goodlake Geo, r 195 S Main 

H» Goodlake Martha, r 195 S Main 
p Goins Dorotha, bds McDowell nr Fitch Planing Mills 
. Goins Ellen, r McDowell nr Fitch Planing Mills 

-«j Goins John, mechanic, r McDowell nr Fitch Planing Mills 

I MHOS Si PETRIB, Mercha Sk 58 South 

CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



RAYSOR & SMITH'S 



cc 



The Most Complete Stock of o c 



• Pure Drugs. Rare Chemicals and Patent Medicines. 

32- Patten .A.TreM.-'j.Q* 



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GOR 199 GRA 

Gordon T E, bkkpr W L Walker, bds 35 Woodfin 

fen 

Gorman E T, plumber Taylor, Bonis & Brotherton, rg" 

Woodfin -^| 

Goss Sallie Miss, pupil H I School ?-" 

Goss Mollie, r 267 Valley If 

Gossett R A, wks Asheville Ice Factorv £2. 

Gossett Ida Mrs, r 195 Roberts jTao 
Gouch — , bartender The Metropolitan 29 N Main 
Gouch William, r 474 N Haywood 
Gouch Mary, r 474 N Haywood 

Gouch Melvin, wks Cotton Factorv, bds 474 W Haywood §"-3 

Gouch Thomas, wks Cotton Factory, bds 474 W Haywood 3s 

. ■ . ' 3 

Taylor, Bonis & Brotherton, ♦»*«— ''*»—• ™ »» *«* <»«* Ho^- Ig 

l* ' ' Specialty made of g 

Fine Sanitan PInmMug ant House Heaticg, STEAM %y T %g ER AXD || 

Gowan Annie Miss, music teacher, bds 9 Flint §<£ 

Graves Thomas, <:, lab, 55 Depot ^ 

Graves Lucy, c, nurse 55 Depot • 

GRAVES J F, Graves and Thrash, dry goods, boots g 

and shoes 19 S Main, r 91 AYoodfin. (See desc article) 2 
Graves J F Mrs, r 91- Woodfin *gj 

Graves Willie E, r 91 Woodfin O 

Graves Belle, c, floor maid Glen Rock 2 

Grace F A, fresco and decorative painter, r 42 Patton ave _ 



Gray Belle Miss, pupil A F College 

Gray W, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel Q 

Gray Ed, c, brakeman, r Cripple Creek 

■ ~ *B 

^/a^wffdTntL'E Jas, H, Loughran's "White Man's Bar," || 

on exhibition to attract the " ■ £ s 

attention of the lower trade. Cor. South Main and Eagle, Down Stairs. ? 

But First-Class Goods only at 



cjj iii , fl II ft I Organized Ma}', 1888: Lewis Maddux, 

** WBStsrn Ciroiini Sink. president - l - p - Mc ^ ud - vu».pw*- 

^_ ITH»NVIU VHfiWIIUHi tfWMIM dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital 
=— $oO,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. 

H GRA 200 GRA 

-*l . __: 

^•Gray Mattie, c, cook, r Cripple Creek 

**^Gray Taylor, c, lab, r 87 Beaumont 

"to Gray Lou, c, laundress, r 87 Beaumont 

"Grayson Ella Miss, bds 199 Haywood 

dGramford G \V, c, waiter Gano House Haywood and French 

<L> 

|v* Broad ave 

<g GRANT J S, druggist 24 S Main, r Vance and College. 

xn (See adv outside front) 

pj Grant J S Mrs, r Vance and College 
jtsj Grant Sarah, c, r 169 S Main 
^3 Grant Trim, c, r 169 S Main 

** Grant H F, collecting agt, r 71 Liberty 

*4 — : 

■•"-* 

w f| fjl T| I iiry ri Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 



C.T. BAWLS 



f-* 
o 

75 v. x . iiwii jj wj No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 
a> 

P| — 

Grant H F Mrs, r 71 Liberty 

{JGrant M R Miss, r 71 Liberty 
O Grant R I, r Hillside and West 
W Grant R I Mrs, r Hillside and West 
«u Grant J Rogers, dairyman, r Charlotte 

Grant J Rogers Mrs, r Charlotte 
fl GRAHAM A S Dr, dentist 57 S Main, bis Neville 

House 46 S Main 
j* Graham R L, Asheville Shoe Co, R L Graham, pres; M 
D Long, vice pres ; John Y Jordan, sec and treas, r iS 
Bearden ave 
(rf Graham R L Mrs, r 18 Bearden ave 



\ PETEIB Merchant Tailors, 58 "cuth Main Street, 

> I CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



IF you wish to Buy or Sell Keal instate Aj 
description, Rent your House, Insure your Li 
Property, make no mistake, you can do, so to 
best advantage with us. R 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C 



1 



u wish to -buy or "Sell Heal Estate oi any 
script-ion, Rent your House, Insure your Life or 
-ertv, make no mistake, you can do so to foe 
advantage with us. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and xo McAfee Block, 

8 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



DAMOnn O PMITUIP * tork of nnrGciaTS' si > dries t* th«0 

nAioUn 1st olVlllH 5 mo^«ri W i»nd f Qm. jl f^^ Ay82U6 m 

pleta of any Uouiie in Aitlieville. •— -"-«"«™™- ^^— - ■■ 

GRA 201 ~~ GRE m 

Graham C E Mrs, r Park ave nr Haywood 53 

GRAHAM CE,CE Graham Mnfg CO, M H Cone, g 

Balto, Md, Pt ; C E Graham, Sec and Treas, r Park m 
ave, near Haywood 
Grand Opera House, Patton Avenue, Jas P Sawyer, mngr f^ 
C- 1 Graded Schools, City, Prof P P Claxton, supt ; Orange Street, £jj 
white, E P Mangum, prin ; Academy, Street, white, g 
E B Lewis, prin ; Mountain Street, colored, Edward ^ 
Stevens, prin £ 

GRAND* CENTRAL HOTEL, Patton ave and Water, O 

S R Chedester & Son, props ™ 

Graham Jos, wks city paving, r near 176 Pine ^ 

© 



Gwyn & West, 



T^E^-Xi ESTATE, 



Z!l>T3-Cr:R,A2>TC:E- 3 
Estobitaheu last. S. E. Court Square. |g 

Graham M B, bag agt R&D depot, r McDowell, near South £« 

Side ave 
Graham Ada Mrs, r McDowell, near South Side ave « 

Graham Reuben, bds McDowell, r near South Side ave ' a§- 

^Greene Blanche Miss, r 2? Pine gs 

■ J go 

Greene S C R, r Victoria, 1 14 mi Main South <<& 

Oo 

Green Nora Miss, r Western Hotel %"2 

c.— 

Green Lucy, c, r Baptist Hill £2 

Green Geo, r, waiter, A F College, r same jj= 

GREENWELL PROF. H J, Greenwell & Sites, proprs |ac 

Oaks Hotel, r same (See desc article) ^F 

Greenwell H J Mrs, r Oaks Hotel || 

1 : . _ 3 a> 

a» » 

6 TV,?™ ami .Jaj ft Uuflikf aV<! "TO.a MaYa Hap 'is 



Brnmlit 



Sr„ .. Ju. B. LoBghnn's "Whita Uan's Bar, 



n c 



Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the State lor medicinal o 
purposes, ia Cor, South .Main and Eagrle, Down Stairs. « 



(j ... . fi |i n I Organized May, 18SS ; Lewis Maddux. 

A Western Caroima Bank, ^frvV p k M ^°:'- Vi T Pr rr 

g " dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

J $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

GRE ~m~ GRE ' 

a: . 

[J| Greenvvell Wilton R, r Oaks Hotel 
D 5 Greenlee Jas, c, driver, bds 17 Peachtree 
w~ Greenlee Chas, c, liveryman, r 23 Hill 
<j Greenlee Sophie, c, r 23 Hill 

•-Greenlee Rachel, r, r 157 Hill 
K Greenlee Addie, c, bds 157 Hill 
WGceenlee Geo, c, lab, bds 157 Hill 
CO Greenlee Walter, c, pntr, r 157 Hill 
l£ Greenlee, Geo, c. pntr, r 18 Bearden ave 

Greenlee Patsy, c y laundress, r 18 Bearden ave 
^5 Greenlee Luticia, c, r 21 Mulberry 
Q Greenlee Jno, c, teamster, r 21 Mulberry 

03 

^ C T RAWLS ^ ea * Estate and Fire Insurance, 

^ y 1 11 us*; Noj b Patton Ave ^ Ashe7illei N , Ct 

^J Greenlee Ada, <r, seamstress, r 21 Mulberry 
^ Greenlee Emmie, c, asst cook. Starne's Hotel, S Main, r same 
r * Greenlee Kazar, r, cook, 67 College 
rj Greenlee Jane, c, cook, r Rollins 
^1 Greenlee Jessie, <r, laundress, r Mountain & Pine 
l_ Greenlee Rufus, £, waiter, Battery Park, r Mountain and Pine 
^ Greenlee Cinda, c, laundress, r Baptist Hill 
. Green Ben, c, feed stables, College, rear Grand Central, r 

V Eagle, near Valley 

-a Green Gaston, groceryman, bds 155 N Main 
-+3 Green, wid S P, r 132 Hill 

® Green Eliza, r 132 Hill 

* McKinnon & Potrio Mercllallt Iailors ' 5S ^ Main streeti 

«■' Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



The Most Complete Stock of 

Pure Drugs, Rare Chemicals and Patent Medicines 

—at— 31 Patton Ave. 

GRE 203 GRO 



> EaysorS Smith's. 



3 2. 



09 B 



Green Jas, c, coachman, 58 Haywood s»q 

Green J M, r Roberts and Buxton h| 

Green Laura Mrs, r Roberts and Buxton § = 

Green Nat, tel opr, bds Roberts and Buxton - W S 
Green Gay, wks Asheville Citizen, bds Roberts and Buxton jT„- 

Green Otis, bkkpr, bds Roberts and Buxton § s 

Green Walter, elk Glen Rock Hotel, r same g~- 

£3" 

GRIFFING C F, real estate and loans, also gen'l mngr B" 

Asheville Investment Co, office S E Ct Place. (See 

adv) 

Griffin Sallie, c, chambermaid, r 73 Depot HN 

Griffin Pink, c, wks Battery Park, r Ji Depot 

j£ 

All mall orders for China. Glassware, Lamps, Hoai« FnrnishlDfi, N4 

Ac, are treated with care and promptness. Send them to u* «| 

when you can't come yourself. Respectfully. \J 

THE CRYSTAL P^Cl. ^ ft fl^fe | ^ fl fr^ ^ ^ 

Griffin William, bds 516 Haywood Q 

Griffin Pink, <:, waiter Battery Park Q 

Grimes William, c, drayman, r 64 Mountain W 

Grimes Louisa, r, laundress, r 64 Mountain 

Griggs Mamie Miss, pupil H 1 School (X 

Griggs William M, r Grove a 

Griggs Laura T, r - — Grove a 

Griggs Rachael A, r Grove • 

Griggs James, carp, r 309 College 

Griggs James Mrs, r 309 College "-* 

Gross Marks Father, bds 159 Patton ave &. 

Groves David, wks Cotton Factory, bds near 32 Haywood * c * 

. "t^ 

The Neatest and Most Quiet place In Town to spend an hour or m-m 
two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time 'smile," is at ^» 

Cor. South Main & Eagle. __ 



Jas, H. Loughran's "Khite'Man's Bar, 



(Down Stairs.) 



Organize*! May, 1888; Lewis. Maddux, 
President, L. P. McLond. Vice-Presi- 
' dent, .T. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
|3 $"'0,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Intel- 
's g .est paid o n deposits of four months or longer in Saving s D epartment. 

Sj GRO 204 GUT 

§5 Grogan Alexander, lab, bds 167 Hill 

|« Gudger FT, Martin Gudger & Carter, attys, office Legal Bldg, 

a £ r College near Oak 

g-p Gudger H Mrs, r College near Oak 

3-g Gudger Walter, Police Force, bds Ruck Tavern 

f* Gudger J M, attorney, office Patton ave and Main.r 20 Bear- 
's ^ 
» den ave 

K 

. Gudger Sallie Mrs-, r 20 Bearden ave 
*-* Gudger Eugene, bds 20 Bearden ave 
£5 Gudger Frances Miss, bds 20 Bearden ave 
^Gudger H L, Brown Gudger & Co, d\y goods and notions, 35 
£n Patton ave, r Academy 

I ■ ; — ~ — ; — 

r* Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 

°i 'WmUmm. fli fl .. * L «» « » DEEDS, and Notary Public, 

< WUlffl Se P|4|J3in, y " SO Patton Avenno. AHheyUle. X. C 

^ " ' " " specialties: Real Property and Conveyancing. 

O Gudger Alice Mrs, r Academy 

Gudger Maria, c, cook, 39 Haywood 

* Gudger Thomas, brickmason, bds 1 17 So French Broad 

S Guest James, blacksmith, bds 167 Hill 

•^ Guest William, night watchman Marx Factory, r 167 Hill 

— - Guest Cathrine, r 167 Hill 

K- Gu,est W M, lab, bds 167 Hill 

^ Guest Lucinaa, r 167 Hill 

H» Guischard G L, foreman Ballard, Rich & Bovce, bds French 

.<( Broad ave 

3EGunn Sallie Miss, bds 117 Chestnut 

f£ Guthrie Becca Jane Miss, pupil H I School 
-+-> - — — ' 

» McKENNQN & PETRIE Mlmi Mm ' s Soiltl1 )lain Stet ' 

<g .Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 

P5 



R-AYSOR & SMITH'S --'——"■% 



_uo*t varied aud com- J] p^ Jy^y^ 



GUT 205 HAL 



plcte of any bouse In Asueville. Kg 

' 3^ 

' 2. » 

_____ — a a 

Guthrie Stacy Ann Miss, pupil H 1 School -°3 

Guthrey Ellen, r near I 3Q Beaumont go 

' ^ ^ * CO 

GWYN W B, real estate and insurance, Gwyn & West, •■ | 

office se cor Court Place, r 34 Grove. (See adv centre f% 
lines) II 

Gwyn W B Mrs, 1 34 Grove gjr 

Gwyn Laura L Miss, r 34 Grove §•_ 

Gvvynn William, c, restaurant 38 So Main, r same D -™ 

Gwynn Ellen, c, r 38 So Main q£. 

Gvvynn Harriet, cook, 24 Grove S-sr 

Gwynn Larkin, c, coachman, near French Broad and Hay- t» 
wood jjj| 

Taylor, Bouis & Brotlierton, 43 vJ£*™£±&o^oiZ si 

'saAOIS -S_^r_D-^-3:Xr House. » -j 

:s__-D-__T'v«_c ausrv s__r_£_.ocr_s smisooo gg. 
'9jeM-M0||jM pue poo^ spoog 6ii!t|smjnj-_snoH io aun ||nj 80 



HAEFELI CHARLES, bds Gmo House, Haywood If 
and French Broad 

_____ 

Haefeli Joseph, bds Gino House, Haywood and French ?* 

Broad £3j 

Haefeli Carrie Miss, bds Haywood and French Broad g 

Hagood A J, eng, Battery Park, r same __- 

Hagins W H, carp, r 300 S Grove ^> 

Hagins Hattie E, r 300 Grove . O 
Hagins Jack", lab, r near Ice Factory 
Hagins Sarah, r near Ice Factory 

Haigler James, carp, bds Depot near Patton ave ^ 
Hall Lee, c, coachman; r 15 So Water 



No Free Lunches served, or 
any kind of Wild Animals 
on exhibiton to attract the 
attention of the lower trade. 



Jas, H, LougWs "White Man's Bar," |» 



But First-Class Goods onl, at Cor - Soil tn Maln ani Ea 2 le ( B5 * E stlir »-> £. 



f Western Carolina Bank, ^^^vSS^J^i^a: 

Jj ' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

j* $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Money 
£,£ loaned on Real Estate on long time. 

• K, = . — _ 

*| HAL 206 HAM 

at 

jS^Hall, Oliver, c, lab, r near Phillip 
•^HTall Felix, c, house boy, 42 Haywood 

® Hall , lab, r Baird near Charlotte 

J Hall Mrs, r Baird near Charlotte 

* Hall A B, elk, r East near N Main 
C ^iall A B Mrs, r East near N Main 
"^JHall Pink, carp, r near 357 N Main 
: =jHall Sarah A, r near 357 No Main 
J==sHally burton Fannie Mrs, bds 181 Patton ave 
^rlallyburton Minnie Miss, r Glen Rock Hotel 

grlallyburton A G Mrs, r Glen Hock Hotel 
HHallyburton W E, 313/ So Main 



i C. T. RAILS 



as 



Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 
J No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



■HALLYBURTON A G, proprietor Glen Rock Hotel. 

2 near passenger depot, r same (Telephone 76) See 

•a descriptive article 

Hamlin Levi, elk N Main, r East near Seney 
\pHamlin Ida, r East near Seney 

-aHamlin elk Ray & Davenport, N Main, bds 59 N Main 

q Hamilton Clara Miss, 211 Riverside Park 

S Hamilton Julia, c, laundress, r near Academy 
Hamilton Fate, c, blacksmith, r near Academy 
3 Hamilton Joseph Rev, c, r 9 Valley 
'♦'Hamilton Fannie, c, rg Valley 
"Hamilton, Charles, wks A fur factory, bds 266 Patton ave 



, & PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 



a 



Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



Our soil V WATER and other Fountain I>rlnk» are conceded ttte^ 
best. The only place where whites nlono are served. gP 

RAYSOR & SMITH'S, || 

31 Fatton Aveuue.?n 

»g. 

" HAM 207 HAM ?~ 

■ ■ 3 • 

Hamilton Mrs, wid S P M, bds 87 Bailey £2, 

Hamilton Blanch Miss, bds 87 Bailey $$ 

Hamilton Annie, c, r 2&y So Main g$ 

HAMILTON T P, T P Hamilton & Co, Groceries, 22 Si 

Patton ave, bds 9 Flint (See descriptive article) g*^ 

Hamilton T P Mrs, bds 9 Flint ^g 

Hamilton James, £, r 287 Main |Q 

Hamright Silvia, <:, cook, Bartlett and Adams 3 g 

Hamright Peter, r, butler, bds Bartlett and Adams %< 

Hampton Winnie Miss, bds 42 Haywood " 

Hampton John E Jr, bds 42 Haywood <ȣ 

Hampton Ralph B, bds 42 Havwood ~F 

2» 



CWYN & WEST, 

<d2 



The Snout Mountain Land Go. 



ilg-enta. 3 ; 
S S. COURT SQTJABE. 



Hampton J E Mis, r 42 Haywood .. 

Hampton George L, bds 42 Haywood TL* 
HAMPTON JOHN E, Hampton & Featherstone props © 

Metropolitan Saloon 29 N Main, r 42 Haywood. (See ^ 

desc article) 5 

Hampton Nannie Miss, bds 8 Jeff.Drive ^ 

Hampton Adelia Miss, bds 8 Jeff Drive jw 

Hampton Charles, carp, r 8 Jeff Drive _ 

Hampton J H, No 2 police force, r 160 Bailey O 
Hampton Julia A Mrs, r 160 Bailey 

Hampton Hattie F, bds 140 Bailey *» 

Hampton, wid Levi, r 140 Bailey * = *" 

PURITY, ) a-^MB Q-crsa •ssZkeztJl.Utzzzs. |i. 

OLITENESS AND [ . „ . , . ((.,.,,, .... ,g 

romptness J Jas. B. Loughraa 8 whits Mans Bar/il 

Cor. South Main and Eagle [Down Stairs.] *» 



D i Western Carolina Bank. SssSj, i^/ffiLnidrviciftS. 

g iiuoiuui uuiumiu uuiii\| dem j E RankJn cashier. Capital, 
fl g $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
,f ral Banking. Business Transacted. 



HAM 208 HAR 



Ho 



[>& Hampton George W, carp, bds 140 Bailey 

HS Hampton T C. cab mkr, bds 2 Blanton 

tog Hampton Sallie M,"bds 2 Blanton 

* Hampton Tim, c, r Depot 

HpHammett Mary, r nr Cotton Factory 

pjHammett A B, wks Cotton Factory, r nr same 

l^jHamniett Charles, wks Ice Factory, bds 120 Roberts 

Hammett Clancy, wks Ash'e Far Factory, bds 120 Roberts 
oagHammett John, mechanic, r 120 Roberts 
.Hammett M S Mrs, r 12c Roberts 
^Hamlet Mrs, r 234 Patton ave 
WHammerslilag S Mrs, r q6 Spruce 

00 



g The Crystal Palace & 



Is now the lending place in Asheville to buy 

"rockery. Glassware, Lamps, Rogers Cutlery, 

ouse Furnishings, Tinware, Stoves, Ac., at 

icHrt that will astonish von. store very neat. 

tUAl). W. 1 IS HASH A CO., 

41 Patton Ave.., Under-Grand Opera House- 



^JHAMMERSHLAG S, Hammershlag & Whitlock proprs 

Marble Hall 32 S Main, r 56 Spruce 
£s| Hammershlag Hannah Miss, r 56 Spruce 
^HHammershlag Rachel Miss, r 56 Spruce 
^Hammershlag L, r 56 Spruce 
JgHamrick Plaiau, house boy, r 199 Chestnut 

Hamrick Frank, wks Daily Citizen N Court Place, bds 2 

Q East 

^aHanie S B Mrs, bds 42 Haywood 

wHann Eliza, laundress, r 46 Madison 

g*Hannei" D A, wks Cotton Factory, bds 36 W Haywood 
p^Hare S A Mrs, wid F, r 216 College 

a McKINNON & PETRIE hnM Tailors ' 58 Soiltl1 }lai " street > 

n£ Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



w 



r E offer tor sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



w : 



E offer for sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and xo McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



You will neve 
regret becoming- 
» customer at 



: Raystr I kill's Drag Store, 31 Path kM 



Your trade appreciated. Your interest studied. p-"° 

. : | 1 

HAR 209 HAR &§ 

. go. 

Hare Emma Miss, r 216 College » B 

HARE J R, Hare Bros, grocers 17 S Main, r 216 gf 

College p. 

Hare T C, Hare Brothers, Grocers 17 S Main, r 216 College, ge 

(See desc article) ■*"* 

Hare Patrick E, Hare Brothers, T C, J R and P E 17 S Main, |3 

r 216 College -!§. 

Harilson William, wks R and D Ry Co, bds 78 Park ave p| 
Harrellson Thomas, freight conductor R and D Ry Co, bds p g 

Depot nr frght depot ^S 

Harvey Albert, wks Asheville Fur Factory, bds 120 Roberts £-• 
Harper Elizabeth, r 69 Logan £? 



Walter S. Cushman.^ 



Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of ), 
DEEDS, and Votary Public, 
SO Patton Avenue, Asheville, S. V. 



DEEDS, and Notary Public, 7* 

w. v. <, 

'' " Specialties : Real Property and Conveyancuig. 



Harb 
Harb 
Harb 
Harb 
Harb 
Harb 
Hard 
Hard 



n William L, tel opr, bds 57 Cherry O 

n Ella K Mrs, bds 57 Cherry § 



Harper James, carp, r 69 Logan ^ 

Hardi 

Hardi 

Harry George, c, plasterer, r 186 Pine j^, 

n T L, carp, r64 Pearson ave £"5 

n S S, r near Ice Factory ® 

n J D, lab, r 14 Philip § 



n Katie, r 14 Philip ^© 

* go 

n Henry, r 14 Philip 25 

n James, bds [4 Philip &e 

ng Sallie Miss, r 93 Bailey «| 

ng Emmie Miss, r 93 Bailey ™ 



Jas. H, Louffhran's "White Man's h, 

O Down simii'm. & 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly ^ 



I) Cor. So. Main & Eagle.!? 



=-= \ILJ rt ,„ P«.«l!«« D«J, Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

^ Western Carolina Bank, ^f^\\ l \^ ic ^- Vice r Pre8i 

•^ ' dent, J. B. Rankin. Cashier. Capital, 

,22~$50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Your 
•1=3 Correspondence solicited. 

03, , 

3 HAR 210 HAR 

QjHarding Nannie E Mrs, r 93 Biiley 
[arding Milton, architect, r 93 Bailey 
Hareld M ittie, bds Bailey, near Cripple Creek 
iHareld Karo, bds Bailey, near Cripple Creek 
Hareld Jno, carp, bds Bailey near Cripple Creek 



SH; 



■Hartweil Jas, c, waiter Glen Rock 

oHardy Anna E, bds 429 So Main 
^Hlardy Janette, c, chambermaid, 31 Grove 
,£jHardy Carrie, c, housemaid, 31 Haywood 
•^Ilardy Bell, c, cook, 31 H lywood 
£Ji~ays Mrs, widow Ridley, r 272 Patton ave 

pjHarrison Martha Miss, pupil H I School 

*+ IDjlOF, ijOUlS (X DrOIllBrlflll, No. 43 Patton! Ave. under Grand Opera Hou se. 
•3 SANITARY PLUMBING, ROOFING, Stcam-Hot Wat« * N0 Hot Am HUat.hq. 

5J? ^C- ft *•* fiTTimw - — nOUS|-pURNI8MmO GoOUS. 

*»* -^vano ri 1 1 inu- —HEATING AND COOKINO STOVES.— 

■Harkins Wesley, carp, r 9 Blanton 

"Harkins Nancy L, r 9 Blanton 
■JkHarkins Flora V, bds 9 Blanton 
^Harkins Jno W M, bds 9 Blanton 
CyHarkins H S, bds 9 Blanton 

JIartlow Mary, bds 159 Patton ave 

^Hartshorn Chas H, Lumber Dealer, Gano House, HayMood 

tt and French Broad ave 

HHartshorn Chas H Mrs, r Gano House, Haywood and French 

Broad ave 
53Hargan Dr T J, (Specialist,) office 29 Patton ave, 2d floor, r 
^ Pearson ave, end Academy 

£ McKINNON & PETRIE, Mercian Tailors, 58 Sooth Main St. 



fc 



Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



PRRPRIPTIfllirc Fll I Ffl 1> " y °* Sieht by «* m P«*««« A|»othec»rl«#i| 



delivered tree to any part of the City. 



Raysor & Smith, 31 Patton Ave. 

HAR 211 HAR 



Hargan Mrs T J, r Pearson ave end Academy 
Hargan Stella E Miss, r Pearson ave end Academy 
Hargan Guy C, r Pearson ave end Academy 



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Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Hair 



s David, bds 94 Cherry ^ 

s Theo, mfgr, r 142 Hill • 

s Florence Mrs, r 142 Hill £ti 

s Rufus, c, driver, bds 10 Irvin u 

s Fannie, c, cook, 30 Orange ^j 

s J C, wks cotton mills, r near same O 
s R T J, r near cotton mills 
s Annie, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 
s Mira, r near Cotton Factory 



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C.T. RAILS 



Real Estate and F ire Insurance,- 

J No. 5 Patton Ave, Asheville. N. C. |~ 
H 



Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 



s S A Mrs, bds French Broad and Patton ave <® 

s Mary, house girl, bds 307 Bailey ' > 

s Nancy, c, r 261 Bailey p & 

s Kate, c, cook, 5 Jefferson Drive ■ 

s J C Mrs, r 9 Pine 

s J C, travelling salesman Cinti, r 19 Pine 

s J H, clerk G A Mears, r 33 S Main 

ngton J B Mrs, r 50 Liberty 

ngton Geo W, C E Corps, r 50 Liberty 

ngton Hattie B Miss, r 50 Liberty 

ngton J B, merchant, East Court, r 50 Liberty 



9 - 

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Hartley Bill, c, cook, 21 Mulberry 



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3 a> 



The Keatest and most Quiet. Place in Town to spend au hour or two at 5*0 



ssx 



BILLIARDS or POOL, and at the same time " smile." is at 

JAS. H. LOUGBRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR," W »| 

/ (Down Stair*.,) 7 



'-* \M nn | n .n P«»nl!«« DaJ, Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux. 

t Western larona Bank, j.-^ **.«£»«. vj*** 

J 'dent. J. E, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

* $50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
£K and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 



*•; 

*a HAR 212 HAT 

K Hart Wm, r 6 Valley 

| Hart Rosa A, r 6 Valley 

n Hart J L Mrs, r 120 Charlotte 

£ Hart J L, tobacconist, r 120 Charlotte 

cj Hasty Alice, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 

P^; Hasty Hugh, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 

<_THaskeIl S H Mrs, r Hill and Gudger 

•g Haskell H S, wks Soda Water Factory 217 Haywood, r Hill 

"§§ and Gudger 

^^Jiasty Julia, wks Cotton Mills, r nr same 

J3 Hasty Jno, wks Cotton Mills, r nr same 

CO 

°| Hasty Susan P, r nr Cotton Factory 



PS 




LIN RAILWAY COMPANY 

. Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas, W. B. GLwyn, President. 



"-Hasty S H, r nr Cotton Factory 

Jj Ha'sty J M, elk Mimnaugh's 11 Patton Ave, r same 
Mi Hastings Maria, c, cook, Penland 

Haskins Annie Miss, pupil A F College 
8y Hatch L H, contractor, bds 64 S Main 

rt Hatch Susan E, teacher, r 98 Bailey 

q Hatch Emily E, r 98 Bailey 

ft Hatch Emily Julia, librarian, bds 98 Bailey 

fl Hatch L M, collector, r 98 Bailey 
2j Hatch W N, r 86 Bridge 
■H Hatch VV N Mrs, r 86 Bridge 

< - 

4 McKINNON & PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 5B South Main Street, 



S 



CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



p 



1TRITV OF OOODK. -. 

. i-OMTKSESSTO (IISTOJIFRS, and ©g, 

IKMI P TX ESN WITH ORDERS AX I> PRESCRIPTIOXS § 2. 

Co 

RAYSOPl <*? SMITH, 31 Fatton A ve. »» 

HAU 213 HAY " || 

Haughton \V G, agent So Ex Co, office North Court Place, s=^ 
bds Graii;! Central ^S- 

Havener R H, carp, r 94 Cherry g|' 

Havener J M, carp, r 37 Seney - M 2 

Havener J M Mrs, r U Seney j?°- 

Hawk F, elk Music House, Patton Ave, bds College and 8^ 
Spruce o5. 

Hawkins M C, r 53 Atkinson ~ 

Hawkins Jno, conductor, Motor Car Line, r 3 1 5 Haywood 
Hawkins J L, train despatcher R & D, r Oakland Ave, nr 

Glen Rock pCj 

Hawkins Addie, c, laundress, r Biiley nr Cripple Creek 

- -. ... — — — # 

Everybody trades wfth n* becanse we have the largest and bestpj 
line of Crockery. Glassware* House Furnishings, Tinware, <Vc.,u 

Thad.W. thrash I Co,, Crystal Palace, II fatten Ave gj 



Hawkins Catherine, c, laundress, r 5 French Broad Ave Q 

Hawkins Robt, c, farmer, r 5 French Broad Ave Q 

Hawkins Jas, c, porter, r 5 French Broad Ave • ImJ 

Hayton Mitchell, c, brick mason, bds 421 Bailey 

Hayes Maggie, wks Tobacco Factory, r nr Academy fa 

Haynes Jonas, c, cook, r 4 Madison 

Haynes Lizzie, c, housekeeper, 234 N Main 

Haynes Geo, c, coachman, 234 N Main 

Haynes Eliza, c, cook, 8 Spruce 

Haynes Jno, brick mason, bds Roberts and Buxton 

Haynes Ellen, c, cook, Roberts & Buxton 

Haynes Mary, housekeeper ,$lagle House, r same 



© 



JAS. H. LOUGBRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR''? 



Th« WHISKIES 
WINES AND 
BRANDIES AT 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the State formediclnal- 
porposee. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. ! 



I . Western Carolina Bank, I 



Organized May 1888; Lewis Maddux, President, 

li. P. McLouU, Vice-President. J. K. Rankin,. 

^ashler. Directors— Lewis Maddux, G-eo. S. 

Powell, J. K. Rankin, C. M. McLoud, J. E. Ray. 
• ■^ S. H. Reed. M. J. Bearden, J. K. Reed, M. J. Fagg. Capital, §50,000; Surplus, 
= „ $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

§! 

2t HAY 214 HEM 

„*. _ _ . 

Sg3 Haynes Robt, c, coachman, r Seney and N Main 



jj 



Haynes Mary, c, r Seney and N Main 
•= Hazzard E W, r Woodfin near Oak 
= • Hazzard Lilly Mrs, r Woodfin near Oak 
S< Heath James, carpenter, r 165 Church 
fi° Head Elizabeth, wks Cotton Factory, bds 460 W Haywood 

Head W P, wks Cotton Factory, r 466 Haywood 
O Head Emma, r 466 Haywood 

Headens Carp, r 32 Davidson 

Headens Mrs, r 32 Davidson 

Heck Geo, bds Battery Park 

Heinntshe H E Mrs, bds 53 College 



525 





o 



Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 
DEEDS, and Notary Public, 



* Wi jSr u Liiu imin x ° 3 ° |>mu °" Av * nn<i - *»»"-*'"<». »• « 

^ If Mfim Mi VMMttiuwup Speciallies: M property and conYeyancine. 

CO Heinntshe H E, elk T C Smith & Co, so Main, bds 53 

<$ College 

3C Helton Eliza J, bds Cripple Creek 

J Helton Wm F, r Cripple Creek 
3E Helton Susan M, bds Cripple Creek 
££ Helton Florence A, bds Cripple Creek 
<X Helton Laura E, r Cripple Creek 
l" Helton James M, cooper, r Cripple Creek 
I™* Helton James A, bds Cripple Creek 
y Hemphill Dina, cook, 24 Orange 

Hemphill Emma, bds Riverside Park 

Hemphill Robt, c, house boy, 24 Cherry 



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d HOI & IETI Merchaat Tailors * South 

JS CLEANING AND BEPAIRING PEOMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



w Main Street, 



RAYSOR & SMITH'S 



The Most Complete Stock of §§ 

' Pure Drugs. Bare; Chemicals and Patent Medicines, £1 

— — ^— — — — — ^— — — m « 

a * 
31 Fattoaa. .A.-veaa.\xe. g. c 



t" 1 w 



«£, 



HEM 215 HEN 

Hemphill Ester, r, house maid, 261 Chestnut 
Hemphill Robt, c, coachman, r 127 Valley 
Hemphill Cecelia, c, sick nurse, r 127 Valley- 
Hemphill Emma, hds Cripple Creek ?** 
Hemphill Rufus, c, railroader, r 47 Pine eg 
Hemphill Alice, c. r 47 Pine S"<L 
Hemphiil Thomas, f, lab, r J33 Bailey § «? 
Hemphill Ella, c, r 423 Bailey ~S 
Hempill Martin, c, r Peachtree q* 
Hempill Anna, r, r Peachtree £» 

HENSLEY J B, Hensley & Wild, Grocers, 23 N |o 

Main (See descriptive article) £" 

— ■ ' 3 

02 

Tavlor, Bonis & Brotherton. 4 3 p^IT!^ ^ S. M h ,«m. l% 

* Specialty made of --p 

Fine Sanitarj Flmttai ui House Hotel ST,A " ffiSBSP" ANI 'II 



Hensley Lizzie, c, cook, 149 Haywood 

Henry O H Mrs, r 70 Orange 

Henry wid Linda, r 70 Orange 

Henry O H, traveling salesman Balto, r 70 Orange ?C 

Hennie Wallace, c, waiter, .Cos Club 






Hennie John, c, coachman Cos Club ^j 

Henninger J C, mail carrier No 4, r 24 Rector O 

Henninger Laura B Mrs, bds 24 Rector 
Henderson Ella Miss, teacher A F College, r same 
Henderson J A, carp, r Hall 



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Henderson M N, r Hall q 

Henderson Backus, c, lab, r bet Valley and Eagle 

— — — — ■ * 

&5&*?$& , Eft2 Jas, H.Loughran's "lite Man's Bar," f» 

on exhibition to attract the -—--—«--*—-•---—---—--——-«------—. ^a 

attention of the lower trade. Cor. South Main and Eaele, Down Stairs, < c 

But First-Class Goods onty at D ? 



c_5 lai ■ ii ■ i Organized Mar, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

« WesiBrn wwi mi pw * ae ^ l - p - McL ° ud - ▼«»**■* 

^_ imWitt )tmvttim «UM»< deut) j E# R ankin, Cashier. Capital 
fH $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 
B " "~HEN — ~216 HES 

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„ Henderson Mary, c, laundress, r bet Eagle and Valley 
■+* Henderson John, c, coachman, r Eagle and Valley 

Co 

■+-* Henderson Lucy, c, r Eagle near Valley 

W Henderson Jane, c, laundress, r Baptist Hill 

■^ Henderson Hannah, c, cook, r 40 Mountain 

gS Henderson , carpenter, r 32 Davidson 

n_, Henderson Mrs, r 32 Davidson 

Henderspn Geo, tobacconist, r 48 Grove 

■^ Henderson C E, jeweler Cosby's, bds 48 Grove 

"rt Henderson Ona Mrs, r 48 Grove 

,-t Henderson Baxter, r 48 Grove 

cJ Henderson M'Liss, r 134 Church 

Pi ■ * 

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£ fl I 11 A WT P Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 



C. TRAILS. 



d w,i ' *«*" -""j No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

a> ; ; ; 

Henderson, J D, carp, r 285 College 
H Henderson J D Mrs, r 2S5 College 
Q Hess L VV, painter, bds Valley 
Ifl Hess Walter S, ptr, bds Valley 

Hess Jos, ptr. bds 73 North Main , 

Heston Sarah Miss, bds 56 Bailey 
g Heston Mary W Mrs, r 56 Bailey 
O Heston Win R, elk, hds 56 Bailey 
gHESTON J M, r 53 Bailey, fruits and confectionery , 

■H 36 South Main (See desc art) 

A Heston Mamie Mrs, bds 50 Bailey 

-a| Heston Allie, postal elk, bds 50 Bailey 

* McKINNON Ii PETEIE Me rchant Tailors, 53 Seuth Main Street", 

g CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



« 



\\J& are State Agents for N. C. Inland & Co.'s celebrated 
*' Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of New York. 
We can insure you against accident or death in the 
"Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn." 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 
28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



II7-E are State Agents lot 3S 1 . G. Inland & Co. 's celebrated 
*' Fire and Burglar- Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of New York. 
We can Insure you against accident or deatli in the 
"Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn." 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



DAVOflD rii|Tij)o ! * ,ook of l>Rrr " f;,STS ' sr>I>FIF - !% u ,h i 

tiAioUn & oNII rt o moM v«ri«*t «nd «»•.. 3] patton Ay6Dnei 

plel* of ad) house in A»u«>ville. —————J 



HES 217 HIL 



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Heston Allie Mrs, r 50 Bailey 

Hicks H T, elk, Carmichael's, 20 South Main, r same 

Higgins Claude, machinist, bds Hill, near Buttrick 

Higgins Neal, ptr, bds Hill, near Buttrick 

Highsmith Mittie Miss, pupil H I School 

High Louisa, c, laundress, r 109 Mountain £CJ 

Higgins, wid T M, r Hill, near Buttrick £2 

Hillbanks — , fruitman, r 136 Valley ^ 

Hiller Amelia, r Hill, near Buttrick ^ 

Hilderbrand E S Mrs, .vid G A, r 9 Pine O 

Hilliard Margaret Mrs, r 105 South Main 

Milliard Howard, bds 105 South Main 



9p 



Gwyn & West, 



IR-E-A-Xj estate, O 
13^-STJI^-A-iTCEt 
Established 1881. S. E. Court Square. j» 



Hilliard W L Jr, bkkpr Nat Bank of Asheville, bds 105 South « « 

Main ? 

> 
Milliard W L Dr, physician, dud Oct it. iSqo . a 

Hilliard Dr Chas, physician, office over 1st Natl Bank, se o-l 

Court Place, 1-41 Patton ave gs. 

Hilliard Dr W D, physician and surgeon, office over 1st Natl^S- 

Bank, r 57 Spruce, (Tel 52) || 

Hilliard Love Miss, r 105 South Main £§ 

Hilliard W D Mrs, r 56 Spruce j*|" 

Hill C P, tel opr, r 33 Academy 5" a 

Hill Mary L Mrs, r 33 Academy J? 

Hill Lizzie, c, laundress, r bet Engle and Valley g % 

. ' ' ' * _ 3 (t> 

" ; ' — ■ " » a> 

^3S~« fa- B. Iflgtoai'i "White Man's kjf 

Ruve been recommended by the leading physicians of the State for medicln8l£ 
purpose*. Cor. South Muiu aud Eagle, Down Stairs. & 



" ill ' I n 1 1 n I Organized" Mav, 188S;' Lewis M add n*. 

i Wfi^ifirn Lamina HanK. Presideut - L - p - MtLoud - ^wi«- 

^ ncMCiii uaiuiina uaiiN, dent x E RttnkiDi Cashiei , capital, 

J §50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. ' 

HIL 218 HIN. 
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11 Ed, c, lab, r near ice factory 

11 M W, wks cotton factory, r near same 

II M E, r near cotton mills 

11 W L, carp, bds 72 Depot 

11 R M, lab, r 64 Pearson ave 

11 J R, r 240 Bailey 

11 Johanna, r 240 Bailey 

11 Mat, bds 240 Bailey 

11 Mary, c, cook, r Church bet Bailey and S Main 

11 Ed, c, carp, r Church bet Bailey and S Main 

11 Joseph, c, lab, r 261 Bailey 

11 Lizzie, r 261 Bailey 



05 , 

Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 



SILT. 




V No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



w 

£4 HILL W M, restaurant College and N Main, r same 

^ Hill Gussie Miss, r 94 Hillside 

# Hill R R, real estate, olfice College, r 94 Hillside 
HHill J J Mrs, r 94 Hillside 
HHill Virgie Miss, r 94 Hillside 

^(J Hill J J, gen mngr N C B and L Association, main office 
525 Charlotte, N C, r 94 Hillside 

Hinton Sam, c, night porter Glen Rock 

rtjHinton Cracy, c, cook 29 Woodfin 
"4*Hindman E K, bds 420 S Main 

gHINES E F, harness and saddlery N Main; also wag- 

fl5 ons,and agr'l implements rear Grand Central, r 53 Bridge 

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Merchant Tailors, 58 ^outh Main Street . 

" Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



Tlic 3I«x*t Complete SIOf!t of ■* tk J I I 



Pure Drugs, Rare Chemicals and Patent Medicines 




US. 



§2. 

31 Patton Ave. « 3 



o £ 



HIN 219 HOL 1 1 

Hines E F Mrs, r 53 Bridge » 

Hines Eugene, c, coachman 169 Chestnut h| 

Hines Eugene, <:, coachman, r Hill nr terminus Patton ave 

Hines Addie. c, cook, r Hill nr terminus Patton ave "S 

Hines Charles, c, coachman, r Hill nr terminus Patton ave 

Hitt B H, carp, bds 47 Bailey 

Hobson Thomas, c, drayman, r 117 S French Broad 

Hobson Josephine, c, r 117 S French Broad 5' 

Hocking Ellen, bds 83 Bailey 

Hockney George L, bkkpr Cole's Foundry, bds 8 Buttrick 

Hodge Lula Miss, pupil H I School PS 

Hodge R C, elk Grand Central, r same 

£J 

All maO <*r«ier» for China. Glassware, Lamp*. Home Fnrnishingi.kd 
Ac, are treated with care and promptness. Send them to tts^j^ 
when yon can't come yourself. Respectfully. 

THE . CRYSTAL PAIACE. fl^ ff ^ fr ^ fl ^ j^ 

Hodge Sallie, c, cook 19 Academy ft 

Hoey Flora, c, r Hill and Buttrick Q 

Hoey Agnes, c, r Hill and Buttrick M 
Hoey Fannie, c, house maid 174 Haywood 

Hoey Callie, c, cook 48 Grove (X 

Hoey Mittie, c, nurse, bds Hill and Buttrick a 

Holderby Mrs, modiste, r 60 Charlotte q 

Holderby J C, tobacconist, r 60 Charlotte • 
Holmes D, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 

Holmes Mary, c, housemaid 24 Grove — ™ 

Holmes K I, tobacco mnfr Church, r 66 Baird gL 

Holmes E 1 Mrs, r 66 Baird *" 

. _ j . -t* 

The Neatest and Most Quiet place in Town to spend an honr or^| 
two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time Smile." is at c=> 

|) Cor. South Main <Ss Eagle, 3 ^ 



Jas; -H. Loiighran's "White^Man's Bar, 



(Down Stairs.) 



s 111 I f» I' n I, Organize 1 Mav. 1888: Lewis Maddux, 

* Western Laro na tianKi a*****, l. p. McLoud, viceiw 

^ nuoium uuiuimu uuui\| dent T E Kankin Cashier. Capital, 
•3 $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
's g est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

*Z~~ HOL 220 HOL 



*^Holly Mary, c, laundress, r 186 Pine 

aoHolt Edmund, lab, r 106 Roberts 

^cHolt Evaline, c, r 106 Roberts 

^>Hollaman — , elk surveyor's office R and D Ry, bds 452 S 

|| Depot 

iroHollingsworth R T, blksmith, r 52 Clayton 

§ Hollingsworth R F Mrs, r 52 Clayton 

•Hoi lings worth G C, tel opr, bds 52 Clayton 
^Hollingsworth C vV, tel messenger, bds 52 Clayton 
feEHollingsvvorth J B, elk Jos E Dickerson & Co, S E Ct PI, 
o> bds 52 Clayton 

rzjHollanger E J, r Victoria, i 1 /^ miles so Main 

Attorney at Law,' COMMISSIONER of 
DEEDS, and Notary Public, 
Jjj No. SO Pattou Avenne. Awheville. X. <'. 

specialties : Real Property and ConTeyanciiic. 

<«, . . 

SHollinger Sadie, r Victoria, 1 *^ miles so Main 
j^HolIificld, carp, r 1 12 Charlotte 
Hollifield Mrs, r U2Charlotte 




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[olland Ada May Miss, pupil H I School 
^Holland Mattie Miss, modiste, near 1 10 Cherry 
^Holland Mrs, wid, 32 Chestnut 
H"Holcomb J H, grocery elk, r 47 West 

J-Jolcomb J H Mrs, r 47 West 
l"Holcomb L C Mrs, r Haywood 
^Holcomb, J T. shoemkr, r Haywood 

Holcomb W H, carp, r near Ice Factory 
oHolcomb S E, r near Ice Factory 
«r 



& PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 



g Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



BJkYSOR & SMITH'S 



Stock Of MlU'tt«ISTf*♦ SVNDRIKS is tho oc 

mctTariedandcom. Jj p^gr, Jyg^y^ || 

pie te of any houie In Aahevllle. —————— y.^. 

"* HOlT 221 HOR |! 



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Holcomb L F, drayman, r near Ice Factory 

Holcomb Mattie, r near Ice Factorv So 

rp o 

Holcomb William, wks Asheville Fur Factory, r near Ice -™| 

Factory ?2 

Holcomb A J, bricknvtson, r near Ice factory ^g 

Holcomb M A, r near Ice Factory go? 

Hole rub Thad, carp, r rear 348 Haywood c = 

P Pi 

Holcomb Josie, r rear 348 Haywood ■^-™ 

Holcomb N M, lab, r near Cotton Factory q2. 

Holcomb Florence, r near Cotton Factory §£ 

HOME INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Victora, V/2 mileff 

south Main, Rev L M Pease, supt %% 



Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, 45 P iSSMi 

'S3C.A.O.XS -O^tXiX-VarK: House. 

3JBM-mo||!M pue pooM spoog OmqsjUjnj-asnoH jo aun linj 



3 (K 

Opera <& ' 



Holcomb Calvin, carp, r 10 Silver 3,^ 

Holcomb Keturh, r 10 Silver H ^ 

Hood Wm Mrs, bds Glen Rock Hotel r 1 

Hood Nannie, c. nurse. Glen Rock Hotel £d 
Hooper Beauregard, wks Asheville Furniture Factory, r nr £j 

same ^j 

Hooper Julia, r nr Asheville Furniture Factory £j 

Hooper Mahaiey, laundress, r 29 Hill 2 
Home VV M, carp, r 307 Bailey 
Home Mission Industrial School, c, 249 College 

Hornn Callie Miss, dressmaker, r Grand Central Hotel q 
Horton Hattie, c, r 58 Poplar 



a^TfeTK&S Jas. H, Longba's "Whits Man's Bar," | 

on exbibiton to attract the ■" ■"■"- " >^* 

attention of the lower trade. «„„ c*.,*v m,;, »j r«„u ,« « » , 1 

But FlfSt'Class Goods only at Cor ' »Wtn Man ftBl Eajie (S:wa Stain.) ? 



I Western Carolina Bank, gs 

.* *•/< AAA #-, » rt>nA AAA Ox_A_ i"t_. 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

"'resident, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 

J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

£ $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. 8tate, County and City Depository. Money 

*£ loaned on Real Estate on long time. 

II HOR 222 ~HOW 
P g 

•fc Horton Lou, carp, bds 309 College 

j? Hose House, tel 103. 

9 Hostre Thos, c, coachman, 5 Jeff Drive 

I Houston Jas L, drug elk Raysor & Smith, 31 Patton Ave, r 

same 
^ Houston Sallie, c, r nr Phillip 
!aR Houston Pete, c, lab, r nr Phillip 

==3 Houston Mary, r, laundress, r bet Poplar and Hilderbrand 
Q3 House Geo, c, stonecutter, r 120 Academy 
^ House Mary Jane, c, r 120 Academy 
g2 House Martha, .", cook, 47 Woodfin 
•^3 Houghtling W D, bds, Cosmopolitan Club 






IC.T.1MS 



PC 



Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 

' No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville. N. C. 



Hough J C, wks Graham's Factory, bds 353 Haywood 

£ Hough Sue Mrs, r 353 Haywood 

© Hough W J, merchant, r 353 Haywood 

w* Houge Columbus, c, lab, r S French Broad 

fltf Howie T A, clerk, bds 353 Haywood 

Howard Leanna, c, cook, 46 Bridge 

J Howard Robert, c, hostler, r 105 Beaumont 
Q 

• Howard Matilda, c, laundress, r 105 Beaumont 
fj Howard Jennie, c, laundress, r 46 Pine 

■Jj Howard Nancy, wks Cotton Factor)', bds 35 West Haywood 
53 HOWARD H M, Burnett & Howard, Blacksmiths 
$A and woodworkers, College, r Valley (See desc arte) 

£ McKINNON & PETBIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

tj Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



Oar NODi WATER fturt Other Fountain Prinks arc conceded the ^ 
best. The only place where whites Hlonc are served. ?: 

RAYSOR & SMITH'S, || 

31 Fatton -A. -coax**©. Ss 



HOW 223 HUF 



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Howard H M Mrs, r Valley near College 

Howell Lucy, c, r 27 Valley p? 



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Howell Noah, c, r 27 Valley gf 

Howard Sim, r, janitor Asheville Club, r 265 College og 

Howell Sallie, c, r 265 College 

Howell Emma, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 

Howell Minnie, wks Cotton Mills, r near same |CJ 

Howell T W, r near Cotton Factory %Q 

Howell S S, r near Cotton Factory %< 

Howell Abbie, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 

Howell Hy, wks A fur factory, bds near Cotton Factory 

Howell Charles A, r Bailey near Cripple Creek 



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Thi Sunt HonUta Uai Co. CWYN ^ w i s JL, 

., 8 e.coi:rtsqtjaee. 



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Howell Benj, r Bailey near Cripple Creek .. 

Howell Alice, r Bailey near Cripple Creek ZZ 

Howell J O Mrs.r [36 Broad • © 
HOWELL J 0, manager Asheville Dry Goods Co, ^ 

31 N Main, r 136 Broad (See descriptive article) X 

Howell Frank, carpenter, r 36 Short . ^ 

Howell Frank Mrs, r 36 Short gp 
Hudson Berry, coachman, bds 19 Academy 

Hudson Bcttie, c, r 82 Valley O 
Hudson Hv, c, grocery man, r 82 Vallev 

Huff=tickler S M, r near Cotton Factory *» 

Huffstickler Julia, r near Cotton Factory * = *" 

PURITY, ) -&J&E! Ot^-E^ [SgESIALTIES. g^ 
romptnI1s and j Jas. B. Loughran's "White Kan's 8ar,"~ 

Cor South Main and Eagle [Down Stairs-] S 



O' UJ««i«.* P«.«l!JI« Ik J, Organized May, J888; Lewis Maddux- 

,i Western Larol na Hank, f r T d rv\ p u McL r ud h. Vic r Pr f i* 

L« ' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital. 

A g $50,000, Surplus. $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 



. t. ral Banking Business Transai-ted. 

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PS Huffstickler A, wks Cotton Mills, r near same 
Hg Huffstickler Jas, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 
W= Huffstickler John, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 
<j " Huffstickler Walter, wks Cotton Mills, r near same 
. * • Huggins Maria, c, r 59 Hill 
^ Hughes B H, butcher, r near Haywood 
W Hughes N A Mrs, r near Haywood 
f* Hughes Thomas, printer, r near Haywood 
k> Hughes Jennie Miss, bds y6 Haywood 

Hughes John Mrs, bds j6 Haywood 
£25 Hughes Ro, r near Ice Factory 
Q Hughes Nancy, r near Ice Factory 

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HUF 221 HUM 



g The Crystal Palace 



Is now the leading place in Asheville to buy 
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Rogers Cutlery, 
House Furnishings, Tinware, Stoves, Ac., at 
prices that will astonish you. Store very neat. 
1 HAI>. W. THRASH A ۩.. 

41 Patton Ave, Under. Grand Opera Hotm 



" Hughes Alice, r near Ice Factory 
^ Huges Ro, Jr, r near Ice Factory 
•^ Hughes Mrs, cook, 60 Depot 

r^ Hughes — , asst supt Electric Light Co, r 48 Clayton 
Hughes Mrs, r 48 Clayton 



y£ Hullett Norah, r Victoria, 1% mi South Main 
" Hullett M L, r Victoria 
• Hullett E A, r Victoria 
2 Hull Fredk, tobacco mnfr, r 105 South Main 
rS Hull Fredk Mrs, r 105 South Main 
«*■> Humphrey Johnson, c, barber, r 58 Mulberry 
Humphrey Clem, c, r 58 Mulberry 



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•3 McKINNON & PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

rg Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



TTfE can Sell your Real Estate at a higher price, 
VV can purchase for you at a lower figure, and 
charge you less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, X. C. 



\\Jti <"iu Sail your Real Kstatr at a higher price, 
VV (ran purchase foT you at a lower figure, and 
charge you less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and iu McAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



Yon will never 
regret becoming 
a customer nt 



Rayssr I Smith's kg Store, 31 Pa,ttsn k 



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P B 



Your trade appreciated: ' Your interest studied. 

HUM 225 HUN 

Hume — , c, engnr, r 42 Patton ave 

Hunnicut Geo, r 184 South Main g'E 
Hunnicut Laura, r 184 South Main 

Hunter — . tailor, McKinnon's, South Main, bds 24 Depot 
Hunter Bell, c, cook, 500 South Depot 
Hunter Alice Miss, pupil H I School 
Hunter Minnie Lu Miss, pupil H I School 
Hunter Thomas F, No. 4 Police Force, r 50 Academy 
Hunter Eva Mrs, r 50 Academy- 
Hunter Adline, r, laundress, r Academy Ȥ 
Hunter Mose, t, carp, r Academy gg- 

Hunter Horace, miner, r 25 Mulberry S-S 1 
J J _ m »><< 

■II li ft M I Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of ^ 

lA/flliaaV PllMHtMaH DEEDS, and Notary Public, * 

W ttlLGr U Ull lfliD, ^ 0, 8 ° PattOM Avenn<, < Attheville, n.ii. h^ 

mmiiii -i wNiuuimi; specialties ; Real Property and conveyancing. td 

. — — J '— . 1_ . - S 

Hunter Clarasy, c, r 25 Mulberry :5» 

Hunt T E, bds 33 Buttrick O 

Hunt America, <:, laundress, r 7 Sorrels ~ 

Hunt Perry, c, lab, r 7 Sorrels gp 

Hunt L V Miss, r S3 Buttrick ^ 

Hunt H H, painter, bds 33 Buttrick & 

Hunt R M Miss, r 33 Buttrick g 

Hunt Pearl Miss, bds 33 Buttrick -« 

Hunt II D, carp, r 33 Buttrick 55 

Hunt E A Mrs, r ^ Buttiick ^ 

Hunt L V Miss, r 33 Buttrick || 

Hunt H H Miss, r 33 Buttrick P 3 



k H, Loughran's "White Man's Bar, 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly % 



I! Cor. So. Main & Eagle. I, 

Down Stair*. >** 



« U/««ta,« P«,J!«a Dnnl* Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

- WfiSlfirn L3r0 Da HanK. President, L. P. .McLoud, Vice-Preai- 

ae; HUOIOIII UQIUIIIIU IfUIIIVf denfc j » E Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

as " $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Your 
•"jS Correspondence solicited. ■ 

55 



3 HUN 226 HUN 

Q Hunt James C, latherer, r 318 Patton ave 
«5 Hunt Mira E Mrs, 1-318 Patton ave 

r"j3 Hunt Kittie Miss, bds Gano House, Haywood and French 
,^4 Broad 

2 Hunt Mollie Miss, bds Gano House, Haywood and French 
W Broad 

o Hunt Zietter, c, r 283 Depot 

Hunt Frederick, bds Gano House, Haywood and French 

. Broad ave 
Hunt William, bds Gain House, Hay woo J an J French 
•3 Broad ave 

j-j Hunt. Jasper, c, lab, 263 Bailey 

Oa mntrliMi Timlin T<tiaM, nn+nn ASHEVILI/E, W. C. 






ffl 



Tailor, Bonis & Brothers, 



£• lflllljl. DUUiO tt DlUlllOl lUlJ. No. 43 Patton Ave. under Grand OperalHouse. 



SANITAEY PLTTMBINO, ROOFING, St E *m.Hot Watm aw Hot a,* H«t, n ,, 

__« JS cittim/>«— _ notise-rgRNisHiNO Goods. 

•U«S rl I I INU" • _ MEATIN<? AND COOKING STOVES.— 



•sHunt Nannie, r, laundress, r 263 Bailey 

J Hunt Thomas, c, wks Asheville Fur Factory, r 2S3 N 

Ml De P ot 

Hunt Robert, c, lab, r 24 French Broad 
(n Hunt Hattie, c, laundress, r 24 French Broad 
pt Hunt Jasper, c, hostler 193 Patton ave 
! Hunt Mamie A Miss, r Atkins and P^dge Hill ave 
$ Hunt E H, r Atkins and Edge Hill ave 

£ Hunt R G, wks Carolina Western Bank, r Atkins and Edge 
Hill ave 



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Hunt H C, r Atkins and Edge Hill ave 
^ Hunt H C Mrs, r Atkins and Edge Hill ave 



* McKINNON & PETR1E. Merchant Tailors, 58 Soath MainSt. 

9 

top Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



nnrCpninXiny til I CH ■"T ©rlfl*llt by competent Apoilnrnri^-.gj 
1 ntOunlr I lUPIu IlLLtU delivered free to any part of the city. 22 

Raysor & Smith, 31 Patton Aye. 5 

" HYA 227 IRE " S 

Hyatt James, elk, bds Bultrick _j 

Hynson Nellie Miss, pupil A F College ® 

Hyndman Thomas L Mrs, r 2 East *n 

HYNDMAN THOMAS L, shoemaker, office 18^ "^ 

N Main, r 2 East. (See desc article) 

DYLWILD GREEN HOUSES AND FLORAL GAR- § 



I 



DENS 324 Charlotte. (Telephone JJ.) Idylvvild Green ^ 

House Co proprs. (See desc article) O 

Ingle J R, grocery man, r 12 Mulberry 2 

Ingle Cora, r !2 Mulberry ^ 
Ingle James M, liveryman, r 91 Haywood 



C.T. BAILS 



« 

Real Estate and Fire Insurance, • 

> No. 5 Patton Ave, Asheville, N. C. |> 



Ingle Lorina L Mrs, r 01 Havwood 

Ingram Will, engineer, bds 452 S Depot ' > 

Ingram Sallie, c, r 263 B.iiley p g- 

c o 

Ingram James M, c, r 263 Bailey & g 

Ingram Mary, c, cook, r 263 Bailev b| 

Inszram Hattie, c, r 26; Bailey ^ ^ 

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Inloes W H, real estate, r 99 Chestnut So 

Inloes W H Mrs, r 99 Chestnut £§ 

Irby J L, lab, r nr Cotton Factory ? = 

Irby Loula, r nr Cotton Factory £"S' 

Iredell Marv Mrs, r .College near Asheville Female ?-*• 

College gg" 

; ' 3 <T> 

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Tbe Neatest and most Quiet Place In Town to spend an hour or two at » O 
BILLIARDS or POOL, and at the same time " smile," is at "5^ 

JAS.H. LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR," ^SE 1 



* lll AA l M . n P*.J:*« D«J, Organized Mav ; 1838; Lewis Maddu*, 

- WBStern Lsro ins odnki *****«*. l - p - M ^o U d, vie**** 

j. huoiuiii uuiuiiuu uuimj dent j K R ankin) Cashier. Capital, 
> $50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
**, and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 

it . : : , 

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•*• Irwin Ella, c, chamber maid Gano House, Haywood and 

*° French Broad ave 

» Irwine Win, c, plasterer, r 22 Mulberry 

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« Irwine Hellen, c, laundress, r 22 Mulberry 

Irwine Louisa, c, laundress, r 15 Hilterbrand 

Irwine Theo, c. r I c Hilterbrand 
a ^- Irvin Dolph, c, bricklayer, r 10 Irvin 
-gS I rvin Matilda, c, r 10 Irvin 
•eg Irvin Benjamin, r, liveryman, bds 35 Hill 
^ Irvin Ella, c, r 35 Hill 
§3 Isom Rachel, r, cook N Main and Starnes ave 

Israel j M Jr, printer, r 86 Woodfin 






g . Wm.W. West, See. and Tre&s.- - W. B.-Gwyn, President. 
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Israel Sudie E Miss, r 86 Woodfin 
Israel C W, plumber, r 86 Woodfin 
Israel Ernest, plumber, r 86 Woodfin 
Israel J M, r 86 Woodfin 
Israel J M Mrs, r 86 Woodfin 
Israel Frank, r 324 S Main 
Israel Nolan, bds 324 S Main 
Israel James W, bds 324 S Main 
Israel W A, r 324 S Main 
Israel M A, r 324 S Main 



* McKMNON & PETRIE. Uant Tailors, 5& South Main Street, 



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CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PURITY OF GOODS, 2 

OMTE.VENN TO CVSTONERK. and ££ 

ROMPTSESS WITH ORDERS A5TD PRESCRIPTION^ 5 

RATSOR dh SMITH, 81 Patton. Av©^ 

JAC 2 29 JAQ~ "H 

ACOBS F L, Secy and Treas N C Society for the pre- g. Q 
vention of cruelty to animals, r ? N Main and Patton * H | 
Ave If 

Jackson Mariori Miss, pupil H I School - m g 



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Jackson Carrie Miss, pupil H I School 

Jackson Dora, c, nurse, r Victoria, 1*4 miles south Main 8£ 

Jackson Jesse, c, lab, r Cripple Creek 

Jackson Willie, c, houseboy 266 Patton Ave 

Jackson Maria, c, laundress, r 174 Pine 

Jackson Loula, c, seamstress, 9 Mountain 

Jackson Ben, c, waiter Battery Park, r 9 Mountain pQ 

Jackson Laura, c, cook, r 109 Beaumont 

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Everybody trades with' ns because we have the largest and bested 
line of Crockery. Glassware, House Furnishings, Tinware, Ac-. 

M . W, thrash & Co,, Crystal Palace, 41 Tattoo Avu 

Jakeworth — , foreman street paving, bds 6 Spruce ft 

Jamison Bessie, bds 87 Bailey Q 

Jamison Rosa, c, cook, r Merriman Ave nr Chestnut hat 

JAMES W A Jr, propr "Magnolia House," 79 N W 

Main, r same. (See desc art) ^P 

James Mary E Mrs, r Magnolia House ^ 

James Cairie A Miss, r Magnolia House a 

James J Sam'l, bds Magnolia House *^ 
James Mary Mrs, r Rector nr Depot 

James F E, carp, r Rector nr Depot ~^" 

James Hy, c, waiter Battery Park 1=L 
Jaquith F, supt Street Paving Works, bds Western Hotel 



™r JAS. i. IMURAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR.s 

BRANDIES AT -^ 

Have been recommended by the leading Dhysiclans of the Ktate for medicimE^ 
purposes. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs, f* 



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Western Carolina Bank. 



Organized May 1888; Lewis Maddux, President, 

L. P. McLoud. Vice-President, J. E. Rankin. 

Cashier. Directors— Lewis Maddux, Geo. S. 

Powell, J. K. Rankin, C. M. McLoud, J. K. Ray. 
S^ 8. H. Reed, M. J. Bearden, J. K. Reed, M. J. Fagg. Capital, SoO.OOO; Surplus, 
~ „ 820,000. State, County and City Depository. 

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Jarvis M A, r 59 North Main 

Jarvis W E, elk Bearden, Rankin & Co, South Main, r 59 
North Ma'in 






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s Matilda Mrs, r 120 Cherry 
s VV C, r 120 Cherry 
s W C Mrs, r 120 Cherry 
s Rody, bds 234 Patton ave 
s Matilda, r 234 Patton ave 
s Selena, r 2^4 Patton ave 
s John A, r 234 Patton ave 
s Elizabeth, r 234 Patton ave 
s, Jos, bds 240 Bailey 



i Walter S. Cushman 



Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 

DEEDS, and Notary Public, 
So. 30 Patton Avennc A.oheville, X. C. 

J Specialties: teal Property and Conveyancing. 



CO Jarvis Maggie, bds 240 Bailey, 

C$ Jarrett W H, carp, r Southside ave, near Cripple Creek 
JJCjarrett Hattie, r Southside ave, near Cripple Creek 
Jjjarrett J A, bds 195 South Main 
3EJ arrett Viola, bds 369 South Main 
jjj Jarrett O R, r 369 South Main 
^atjarrett Martha C, r 3(59 South Main 
■ ■Jensen Anna M, r 88 Bailey 

»— JENKS A E, Jenks Bros, Real Estate and Insurance 
office, 28 Patton ave, bds Battery Park (See desc art) 
.JENKS CHAS N, Jenks Bros, Real Estate and Loans 

office, 28 Patton ave, r 115 Chestnut (See desc art) 



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Merchant Tailors, 58 South 
J Main Street, 

CLEANING AND SEPAISTNa PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. . 



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D A VCflD P ClillTN'C The Most Complete Stock of l\ 

nAloUn & ONII I H Oi ? m Drugs. Rare cnemicals and Patent Medicines*; 



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JEN 231 JEN 

Jenks Chas N Mrs, r 115 Chestnut 
Jennerett Wm Mrs, r 257 College 
Jennerett Wm, jeweller, 27 Patton ave, r 257 College 

Jenkins Clida Miss, pupil H I School F^ 

Jenkins Mossie Miss, pupil H I School s2 

Jenkins Sabina Miss, pupil H I School STl 

JENKINS G W, G W Jenkins & Bro, groceries and t\ 

provisions, S Main, r 31 Bridge. (See desc art) ?;% 

Jenkins M A. r 106 East |£ 

Jenkins Nancy Mrs, r 106 East |£ 

Jenkins A J, r 106 East |o 

Jenkins Agnes Miss, r 106 East Si. 



Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, «^»» 



ASHETIM-F.. H. C. »» 

Patton Avenue, under Grand Opera House. >e ^ 



Specialty made of g'tr 

Fine Mar* PlmMiig and flense HeaticE, STEAM "«&«£"* ANI S| 



JENKINS J H, G W Jenkins & Bro, groceries and §£ 

feed, S Main, r ic6 East. (See desc art) '■£_, 

Jenkins Jno, r, houseboy, 34 Flint r 

Jenkins M L Mrs, r 33 Academy ?* 

Jenkins Mollie, r Peachtree L» 

Jenkins E vV Dr, bds 69 Bailey '^ 

Jenkins Sarah A, bds 69 Biiley O 

Jenkins A E, lab, r Bailey nr Cripple Creek 2 

Jenkins Sarah A, bds Bailey nr Cripple Creek e 
Jenkins Carrie, bds 29 Bailey 

Jenkins Jennie, music teacher, bds 29 Bailey O 

Jenkins Pleas, c, lab, r Depot nr Frt Depot 

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■^WJtfrWHftS Jas, H.Looghran's "White Man's Bar,'|| 

on exhibition to attract the -—----------—-—----—«-—--— -^— — — ^~ 

attention of the lower trade. Cor. South Main and Eagle, Down Stairs, % ® 

But First-Class Goods only at 



cJ ... . i| m \ Organized May, 1888; Lewie Maddux, 

^^fliiWIli \tm\iiUm tftfUiM dent> j E> Rftnkin> Cashier. Capitai 
~ $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 



-S3 JEN 232 JOH 

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Jenkins Emma, c, r Depot nr Frt Depot 
^Jenkins VV K, elk Big Racket, 15 S Main, r same 



tojeter Wm, c, waiter, bds 10 Irvin 
"^Jimison Arthur, r Jail Building 

cojimison W H, jailor, r same 
pjjimison W H Mrs, r Jail Building 
*gJoiner Mary Miss, pupil H I School 

eafohnston Eugenia Miss-, bds Grove and Phillip 

pjjohnston Lelia Miss, bds Grove and Phillip 
^Johnston Thomas D, ex-mem Congress, r Grove and Phillip 
f-jlohnston Thomas D Mrs, r Grove and Phillip 

•Johnston Wm Jr, bds 58 N Main 



C.TMLS, 



Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 
No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville. N. C. 

Johnston R P, West Point Cadet, bds 58 N Main 
fljohnston R B, r 58 N Main 

«ohnston R B Mrs, r 58 N Main 
ohnsou Mary Miss, pupil H I School 
fohnson J F Mrs, housekeeper Battery Park, r same 
lohnson S A, wagoner, bds College nr Pine 
fohnson wid Hugh, r Charlotte and Woodfin 
TOHNSON R G, Maun, Johnson & Co, furniture and 
undertakers, Patton Ave, (tel 48,^46 Bridge. (See 
desc art) 
fohnson R G Mrs, r 46 Bridge 
Johnson Bertha Miss, r 46 Bridge 

* IMIiM k PBTEIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Strwt, 

gj CLEANING AND REP AIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



WE can Insure your Life or Property in the best 
Companies in existence and at the lowest rates. 
We can rent you a house of any description. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



WE can Insure your Life or Property in the best 
Companies in existence and at the lowest rates. 
We can rent you a house of any description. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



DAVOHD PMITLIIO Stock of ORUGOI8TS* RCXniUEH ii «ho| 
IT A loUli (t OlVII I fl U mo*t varied and com- j| pgjjgjj AygflQgj 

plete of nny bonne in Asheville. ■■ — ■ — ■—■ ■— ^^^— ■ , 



JOH 233 JOH m 

Johnson Julius, c, coachman, r 63 Merriman Ave __■ 

Johnson Paul, printer Citizen, office North Court Place, rO 

Magnolia House rn 

Johnson Noble, elk Powell & Snider, bds Magnolia House ^ 

Johnson Chris, tailor, bds Magnolia House 7 s 

Johnson Chas M, elk 46 N Main, r same ££ 

Johnson Ernest, elk 46 N Main, r same P^ 

Johnson Ida Miss, r 46 N Main ^ 

Johnson F M, merchant, 46 N Main, r same ^ 

Johnson F M Mrs, r 46 N Main © 
Johnson Martha, c house maid, 9 Flint 

Johnson R J, plumber, bds 120 Cherry 

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Gwyn & West, 



^E-AuX-. estate, 



I* 
Established 18*1. $. E. CoURT SQUARE. ©g 



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Johnson D A, r 24 Academy £« 
Johnson R M, contractor, r Turner, near Buttrick 

Johnson Fannie Miss, bds Turner, near Buttrick „ « 

Johnson Annie Miss, bds Turner, near Buttrick as 

Johnson Richd, bds Turner, near Buitrick gg- 

Tohnson Frk A, r Buttrick, near Haywood ^& 

Tohnson Annie W Mrs, r Buttrick, near Haywood g£ 
Johnson T G wks cotton factory, r 35 W Haywood 
Johnson Wm. bds 216 Haywood 



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Johnson Mattie Miss, bds 216 Haywood »S 

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Johnson E. T, r 35 W Haywood 
Johnson Thos E, c, lab, r 56 Roberts 



rjSSa.- Jas. S. Lnghni'f "lit? Man's Bar,'ff 

Have been recommended by the lea<liug physicians of the State lor medicinal 5 
purposes, ./r Cor. South nuiii and Kngle, Down Stairs. * 



ill i n 1 1 n I Organised May', 18S8; Lewis Maddux. 

>i WP<\ TPrn Lam Ilia KaflK President, L."p. NIcLoud, Vice-Presl- 

jjj ncMCiii bdiuiiua oaiiNi (lent h E Rankin Cashier CapitsU 

I $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, Count v and City Depository. 
H- . . . . _ 

3l JOH 234 JOH 

Ht — — , 

t>§ Johnson T H, c, r 56 Roberts 

Johnson J B, furniture dealer, r 28 Depot 

1 Johnson Laura, r 28 Depot 
Johnson Julia Mrs, bds 24 Depot 

.^Johnson, wid Josia, r 24 Depot 

2 Johnson Jas L, wks A shoe factory, bds French Broad and 

*■£ Patton ave 

*" Johnson Major, night elk Glen Rock Hotel 

^Johnson Alice, c, r South French Broad 

Johnson Jack, c, barber, South French Broad 
^Johnson Lizzie, c, house maid, 40 French Broad 
O Johnson Dick, plasterer, bds 72 Depot 
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Real -Estate and Fire Insurance . 

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^ v 1 ii mi f ! Biv 1 ^ 5 patton Ave ^ Askeville, N. C. 

"^Johnson Mary V Miss, bds Bartlett and Adams 
^Johnson Ada D Miss, bds Bartlett and Adams 
rjjohnson Ludie, bds Bartlett and Adams 
c^Johnson Mattie, c, cook, r Jonesboro 
^4 Johnson J W, c, lab, bds Cripple Creek 
^Johnson Mary, c, bds Cripple Creek 

Johnson Mollie, house girl, bds 63 Church 
•Johnson Anna, c, nurse, bds 95 Bailey 
^Johnson Julius, c, butler, bds S French Broad 
gjjohnson Georgia, c, house maid, r S.French Broad 
"♦■•Johnson Amy, c, laundress, r S French Broad 
rjjohnson Anna, c, r S French Broad 

"3 McKinnon & PolriG ^^ Tailors ' 5S ' M ^ Main street > 

K Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



* The Hwit Complete Stork of m A m 111 

Pure Drugs, Rare Chemicals and Patent Medicines ii^VSOF W mIuIuI Si 



31 Pattou Ave. 



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JOH 235 JON 

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Johnson Wm, c, coachman, bds 08 Park ave So 

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Johnson Andrew, c, butler, r 34 Depot h£ 

Johnson Emma J, c, bds 56 Roberts S^ 

Johnson Harriet C, c, cook, r 34 Depot ^ 

Johnson Lucinda R, c, bds 34 Depot p. » 

Johnson Otis, <r, coachman 174 Haywood E~ 

Johnson Jane, f, laundress, r 30 Riverside Park 

Johnson Harvey, c, lab, r 30 Riverside Park 

Johnson James W, lab, r 30 Riverside Park 

Johnson William, c, r 30 Riverside Park 

Johnson Pink, c, lab, r nr Academy 

Johnson Katie, c, r nr Madison 

All mall orders for China. Glassware, Lamps, Hosts FnrnishinKi.LJ 
Ac., are treated with care and promptness. Send them to us £"J 
when you can't come yourself. Respectfully. yjj 

THE CRYSTAL PALACE. J^ fl § JJjjJ J J^ fl f^ fa ^ 

Johnson Hy, c, lab, r 35 Hill O 

Johnson Julius, c, wks Lindsey & Brown, r 38 Pine O 

Johnson Frances, c, r 38 Pine ^J 

Johnson Parker, c, lab, r 50 Poplar O^ 

Johnson Vinie, c, laundress, r 50 Poplar V* 

Johnson Julia, c, chamber maid, r 17 Mountain Q 

Johnson James W, c, waiter Battery Park, r 134 Valley rt 

Johnson Ella, c, r 134 Valley * * 

Johnson Fannie, c, laundress, r 217 Valley 

Johnson Caleb, c, lab, r 122 S Pine ^ 

Johns Mary, teacher HIS «=■*- 

Jones Thomas A Mrs, r6g Bailey .„ 

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The !fea«»»t and Most Quirt place in Town to spend an honr or *£* 
two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time 'smile.** is at o 

k H. Loughran's "Man's Bar,'* "r.'ST^ g 



% Western Carolina Bank, S?v£SsS2^ 

•3 $50,000; Surplus. $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
ns r est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

■S JON 23G ~ JON 

g-~ . . — . . . — __ . . 

*_ Jones B M, secretary and treasurer Asheville Electric Street 

go Railway, office S Main, bds 69 Bailey 

^ JONES THOMAS A, Davidson, Martin & Jones, At- 

^£ torneys, office Legal Building, r 69 Bailey 

*^ Jones Nena M Miss, pupil A F .College 
^o Jones Fannie Miss, r 30 Woodfin 
£ Jones Geo T Mrs, r 30 Woodfin 
•Jones Geo T, proprietor Big Racket, 15 S Main, r 30 Wood- 
fin 
feijones Lillie W Mrs, wid B M, r 26 Clayton 
o> Jones Grace M Miss, r 26 Clayton 

r^J Jones W E, cabinetmaker, r 112 Charlotte 
•>. * 

Cj , Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER & 

'°1 YflNUmt A«nkw^w DEEDS, and Notary Public, 

i* " t r Specialties : Real Property and Conveyancing. 



^j Jones W E Mrs, r 1 12 Charlotte 
^ Jones W W Mrs, r College near A F College 
_ Jones Chas E, r College near Asheville Female College 
O JONES W W, Jones & Shuford, attorneys, office, John- 
ston Building, rooms 5 and 6, r College, near A F 
2 College. (See adv) 

^T Jones Will, printer Citizen office, N Court Place, bds Mag- 

a nolia House 

%Z Jones — , bds 88 N Main 
^ Jones Wiley, drayman, r 90 Cherry 

Jones Lucyntha, r 90 Cherry 
<§Jones Lucy, bds 90 Cherry 

w McKliON & PETRIE Merchant-Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

g Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



RAYSOR & SMITH'S 



Stock of PRlTtiGISTS' SUNDRIES is the £C 
most varied and com. j| p^ j^y^ " 



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plete of any house in Ashevllle. a 



JON 237 JON 



Jones Daniel transferman, bds 90 Cherry 



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Jones Henry, transferman, bds 90 Cherry .go 

Jones A S, wid, r 40 Short « "^E. 
Jones A V, elk James Carson, N Court Place, bds 40 Short p .3 

Jones A S, elk, r 40 Short cj 

Jones Abram, lab, bds 79 Academy g'S' 

Jones May, r 79 Academy §' = 

Jones wid Dr LA, r 79 Academy ^ 

Jones Alexander, r 79 Academy .3 2. 

Jones Claude, bds 50 Academy |Jr 

Tones Paul, bds =;o Academy "op 

Jones Emma C Mrs, r 163 Haywood %% 

Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, 43 P ^^SS^iw. if 

'SSAOIrS SJSIiVair House. fl^ 

•sai-DJsr^r^i ausrv szhtaoj^s -ojsciaiooo 

aj6M" Mo ll!M P UB P°°M 'spoog Bujqsmjn j-asnoH jo sun ||nj 

• . ' ! . g % 

Jones Thomas A,, foreman Asheville Shoe Factory, r 1633^ 

Haywood ^ 

Jones Emma B, bds 163 Haywood f* 

Tones Mary, r Peachtree £d 

Jones J E, lab, bds near Cotton Factory . S 

Jones George C, fireman, r 298 Depot . ^j 
Jones George, fireman, bds Jeff Drive, near Freight Depot ^ 

Jones James, lab, bds 417 Bailey jP 

Jones Thomas, lab, bds McDowell, 'near Fitch's Planing 

Mills ^ 

Jones Hattie, bds 146 So Main ^ 
Jones W C, r 323 So Main 



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:^%/Sl!5SrK&S Jas. fi, luibi'i "Whits Man's Sir," 

on e^hibiton to attract tlie ' ' ^' 

attention of the lower trade. -. , A ,. ..,. « •. r --r a ,* »• v *' 

But Fint.Cla«s Goods only at Cor - South- Mala aad Ea^le (Djwn Stain.) » 



I Western Carolina Bank, ^^ B H^ k , |^^^^ : 

J ' d«nt, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

■*■ $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Money 
fe^r loaned on Real Estate on long time. 

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ll JON 238 JUS 

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©{Jones Lucy M, r 333 So Main 
* ©Jones James R, bds 323 So Main 
3 Jones Mary, c, cook 57 Church 
\ Jones Mary, c, r 283 N Depot 
' Jones Addie, c, laundress, r 342 Haywood 
c "^Jones Fortune, c, lab, r 27 Gudger 
!S ^Jones Retta, c, r 27 Hill 
===Jones Eliza, c, cook 50 Academy 
g^Jones Rose, c, housemaid 35 Spruce 
<£3jones Annie, c, r 15 Clement 
j£*Jones Charles H, c, lab, r 267 Valley 
*c3jones Sarah, r, laundress, r 267 Valley 



it MAILS, 



Real Esta te and Fire Insurance, 
No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



PC- 



.Jones Edward, c, wks Battery Park 

Bjordan John Y, Asheville Shoe Co, R L Graham, pres ; M D 
y T Long, v-pres ; John Y Jordan, secy and treas, r 26 

W Flint 

fljf Jordan R H, wid, bds Park ave, near Haywood 
Jordan S E, r 351 So Main 

5 Jordan Albert, c, lab, r 53 Hill 

Hijordon Louisa, c, r 53 Hill 

Jj Jordan Geo, c, carp, r 130 Valley 

"Ej Jordan Dr Chas, physician, r Park ave, near Jeff Drive 
5p Justice Sallie Miss, pupil H I School 
^Justice Dr J C B, physician, office and r7 North Main 



% McKINNON & PEIRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

{gg Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



Onr «itn»l WATER and other Fountain Drinks are conceded the X> 
best. The only place where whites alone are aerved. D *" 

RAYSOR & SMITH'S, || 

31 Fatton Avenue. 5§ 

JUS 239 JUS Ji 

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Justice J T, teamster, r Clayton, near Charlotte ?2, 

Justice J F Mrs, r Clayton, near Charlotte ^^ 

Justice Saml, teamster, r Clayton, near Charlotte g». 

Justice W D, mechanic, r 394 North Main q§" 

Justice W D Mrs, r 394 North Main |*^ 

Justice Thos, ptr, r 394 North Main ~§ 

Justice Bessie, modiste, r 394 North Main |q 

Justice Loula, modiste, r 394 North Main 3j"o 

Justice Loula Miss, r 357 North Main §| 

Justice Etta Miss, bds 357 North Main " a . 

Justice Hattie Mrs, r 357 North Main S| 

Justice Geo, carp, r 357 North Main 2.S" 

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Ths lm& itatiin id Co. 



CWYN & WEST, 

S B. COURT SC^TTA-IRE. 

Justice Vern, carp, bds 357 North Main 

Justice A B, bds 344 South Main ZZ 

Justice Lucinda, bds 344 South Main ~ 

Justice R B, surveyor, bds 344 South Main ^ 

Justice Clara D, bds 344 South Main 2 

Justice W T, farmer, r 60 McDowell y 

Justice Catherine, c, r 60 McDowell «w 

Justice G B, bds 60 McDowell ^ 

Justice G H, bds 60 McDowell O 
Tustice Yerba, bds 60 McDowell 

Tustice Claudie D, bds 60 McDowell s» 

Justice Queen, c, laundress, Glen Rock " = *" 

PURITY, ) -A.^3£ QTTS3. 'SgESI.A.ljTIES. K-; 

ROMPTNlis AND l Jag, B. Loughran's "Whits Kan's Bar,'fL 

Cor. South Main and Eagle [Down Stairs.] » 



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O' . Uf AA tA.n Pa.aIIaa D„J, Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux 

i Western Larolina Hank, r^fV^V^- Vice r" Pr f r 

|JJ ' dent, J. E. Kankin, Cashier. Capital. 

rtg $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
.£ ral Banking Business Transacted. 



KAU 240 KEN 

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M I<T AUFMAN HE! 
B- ^^ r 35 Penland 

n^s 17" — r. ur.. t\/t..„ .. „ - 



iNRY, foreman Demens W Wkg Co, 



lag Kaufman Hy Mrs, r 35 Penland 

i Keenan John A, bricklayer, r 95 Depot 

^"Keenan M E Mrs, r 95 Depot 

5S Keenan Robt, vvks furniture factory, r95 Depot 

JSfKeever Amos, c, lab, r 109 Beaumont 

Keife Mary E Miss, bds 55 College 
(hd Keith Cordie, cook, r 23 Water 

Kelley John, plumber, bds 120 Cherry 
^Kelley John Mrs, r 120 Cherry 
W Kelley Wm Mrs, bds 76 Haywood 

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g The Crystal Palace 



Is now the lending place In Asheville to buy 
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Rogers Cutlery, 
House Furnishings, Tinware, Stoves, Ac, at 
prices that will astonish you. 8tore very neat. 
Til AD. W. I II KAMI A UK. 

41 Patton Ave., Under Grand Opera House. 



^1 Kelley Dora Miss, bds 346 Haywood 

™ Kelley N A Miss, bds 346 Haywood 

H KELLEY MIKE, John O'Donnall & Co, Wines and 

•£4 liquors, So Main, r 29 N Main 

^A Kelley Laura, seamstress, r 72 Mountain 
Jg Kell J L, carp, r 27 N Main 
Kell M J, r 27N Main 

U? Kemp Elisha, c, wks Battery Park, r 7 Sorrels 
^3 Kemp Ella, c, r 7 Sorrels 

C5 Kennedy Mattie, bds 184 S Main 
"tf Kennedy James, lab, bds 408 S Depot 

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"3 McKINNON & PETRiE, Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

qj Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



Lmeral and Timber 
VV Lands, and have at all times such properties 
on hand. We are in direct communication with 
capital seeking such investments. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 



28 Patton Ave., 



Asneville, N. C. 




mate a specialty of Mineral ana Timber 
Lands, and have at all times such properties 
on hand. We are in direct communication with 
capital seeking such investments. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



You i 
rejrret 
» customer 



^r:; Rayssr & Smith's Drug Store, 31 Pattsn Ave.jl 



Your trade appreciated. Your interest studied. -'5 

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KEN 241- KES o| 

Kenney J, mechanic, bds Patton ave and Church '%? 

KENNILWORTH INN, Main Street. South i y 2 miles, gf 

Dr Browning manager (See cut) ^ 

Kepler M C Mrs, r Hiawasse Place and Penland »c 

Kepler W A, clerk Keoler's grocery, S Main, bds Hiawasse"? 

1 & J ' DO* 

Place and Penland §3 

Kepler S R groceryman, S Main, (Telephone 62) r Hiawasse v.« 

Place and Penland p| 

Kerr A P Miss, r 27 Penland B g 

Kerr W J, C E, r 27 Penland *| 

Kerr Rev Wm, r 27 Penland »% 

Kerr H A Mrs, r 27 Penland 8-2 

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Attorney at Law. COMMISSIONER of JjJ 

DEEDS, and Notary Public, . 

N o. 30 Patton Avenue. Asheville, N. C. ^ 

Specialties : Real Property and conveyancing. ' ^ 



Walter S. Cushman, 



Kerr H I Miss, r 27 Penland .^ 

Kerr S-C Miss, r 27 Penland O 

Kerr J P, Randolph-Kerr Prg Co, North Ct PI, r 27 Pen- § 

land gp 
Kerr G D, wks Randolph-Kerr Ptg Co, North Ct PI, bds 27 ^ 

Penland © 

Kersteim B, bds 66 S Main % 

Kestler Irene Miss, pupil H I School . -- 

Kestler Lillie Miss, pupil H I School 55 

Kestler Elizabeth Miss, pupil H I School ■■&, 

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Kesler Augustus Rev, c, r 66 Mountain «> 

Kesler Nellie, c, r 66 Mountain P 3 

JasTlTloughranT^niiurMan's Bar," Cor f • M ™* E ^fi 

D Down Stairs. . — 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly j c 



" ll/ rt «l ft -« P«-«|!«« D«J, Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

« Western Larohna Bank, m^vv^w Vic ? p Tv 

^* ' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

,22* $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Your 
=gS Correspondence solicited. 

KIL 242 KIN 

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ojKilpatrick J C Mrs, r Pine nr Woodfin 

ciKilpatrick J C, teamster, r Pine nr Woodfin 

toKilpatrick John, railroader, r 56 Roberts 
Kilpatrick J M, carp, bds 34 Silver 

•^Kilpatrick C C, carp, r 34 Silver 
P^Kilpatrick Rachel E, r 34 Silver 
*oKilpatrick W P, carp, r 24 Silver 

toKilpatrick Sarah C, r 24 Silver 

gKilgo Mary, c, cook 50 Bailey 
«**JKilgore Mary, c, r 29 Riverside Park 
JllKilgore Squire, c, plasterer, r 29 Riverside Park 

^Killiarn Mary, bds 62 Hill 

Jt» 13]10r, U0D1S tt brOmenOD, *<>• *3 Patto" Ave, under Grand Opera Hom e. 

•4 SANITAEY PLUMBING, BOOFINa, Stia«.Hot Watm aao Hot a« Hmtino. 

55 mC ft ^ "TTnirt . HouSE-pURNISHIKO GoODS. 

*±* — ^W«D n I I irMU- —HEATING AND COOKING STOVES.— 

^Killiam Carrie, r nr Peachtree 
fiKilliam John, bds nr Peachtree 
^Killiam M A, carp, r nr Peachtree 
WKilliam F A, r nr Peachtree 
jMKimber George, brick mason, r cor East and Seney 

Kinkaid George, c, coachman, r 29 Riverside Park 
JJKinkaid Lizzie, c, r 29 Riverside Park 

SKing Emma Miss, pupil H I School 
King, wid Massey, r nr Cotton Factory 
"flKing W R, C E, U S A, bds Cosmopolitan Club 
JJJKing Jerry, carp, bds 165 Church 
rfKing Pinckney, bds Bailey nr Cripple Creek 

sMJlf & PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main St. 

1m Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



P n r p n I pT I fl || C C|| | Cf| Da y * r Xi S h * b > competent A|>othec«rl«*: 
rtiLOl;niri lUHO I ILLlU delivered lr««« to any part of the City. 



Raysor 


& Smith, 31 Pattern Ave. 


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King William W, bds Bailey nr Cripple Creek «_| 

Kirby Ed, c, brick mason, r 31 Grove ® 

Kirby Lou, c, cook, r 31 Grove rn 

Kirby Mar)', c, nurse, r 31 Grove ^ 

Kirby Sis, c, chambermaid, r 178 Bailey • 

KNERINGER PROF H, music teacher and organist, M 

r 38 Charlotte § 

Kneringer Maggie Miss, music teacher, r 38 Charlotte ^j 

Knight Sadie Mrs, r 260 Patton ave O 

Knight St Clair, r 260 Patton ave 2 

Knight Amanda, c, cook Woodfin and Locust ■ 
Knowles William Mrs, bds 76 Haywood 

Real Estate and Fire Insurance, ; 

i No. 5 Patton Ave. Asheville. N. C $> 

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Koonts E W, freight conductor R and D, bds 123 Roberts g® 

Kopp C R, Kopp & Lichtenberger, mnfg chemists, r Park ' i 

ave nr West Haywood p & 

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Kopp C R Mrs, r Park ave nr West Haywood £*g 

Kroger Wm, bds 53 College §| 

Kuanstim Ernest, gardener, r Fernihurst 2 miles south Main^ 

Kuba Frederick, bes 64 S Main So 

Kuykendall J C, farmer, r 294 N Main p| 

Kuykendall, wid Will, r nr 294 N Main ?|j 

Kuykendall A, r near 294 N Main ^W 
Kuykendall Emma, bds 14 Phillip 
Kuykendall John, farmer, bds 14 Phillip 



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The Neatest and most Quiet Place in Town to spend an hour or two at 
BTLL-IARDs or POOL, and at the same time " smile," ts at 

)) Xor. South Main % 
and Eagle. 

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JAS. H. LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR,' 



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fc£ and Teller's Window for the exclusive nse of the Ladies 



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££ Kuykendall G G, plasterer, r 417 Bailey- 
Si Kuykendall Harriet M, r 417 Bailey 
* Kuykendall John*, carp, bds 128 Bailey 
g Kuykendall Pink, carp, bds 128 Bailey 
. Kuykendall D M, carp, bds 417 Bailey 
^ Kuykendall Emma, bds 417 Bailey 
^Kuykendall Furman A, bds 417 Bailey 

•^ Kwiatkowski Anton, tailor, Scartle 42 N Main, r 12 Phillip 
■S Kwiatkowski L, r 12 Phillip 

_Kyle Dina, c, r 19 Valley 
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£3 Kyle Thomas, c t r 19 Valley 



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Wm.. W. Wsst, Sec. and Ireaa. . W. B. GwyxJ President. 



*. T aBARBE BETTIE, bds 159 Patton ave 
I ^■ D ' LaBarbe A P, steward, Battery Park, r 159 Patton ave 
■5 LaBarbe A P Mrs, r 159 Patton ave 

91 LaBARBE NELLIE Miss, Millinery, No. 9 North 
01 Main, r 159 Patton ave (See desc art) 

^ LaBarbe Hugh, bkkpr, bds 159 Patton ave 

£j Lacy Milton, carp, bds 116 South French Broad 

0} Lakey Georgiana, r near 122 Blanton 

Lakey Jno, bds near 122 Blanton 
ja Lakey Oscar, bds near 122 Blanton 
*H Larnance Alice Miss, pupil H 1 School 
^ Lang, wid J H, r 173 Haywood 

4 McKINNON & PETRI E, Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

fe CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PURITY OF GOODS. « 

OMTKNESS TO CUSTOMERS, and ffi o 

RtMIPTXESS WITH ORDERS ASiD PRESCRIPTIONS § g 

RAYSOR <*> SMITZX, 31 Fatton -A.xro.-™* 

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Lang J J, bartender Muller's Exchange, College and Water, g^ 

r same ni 

Lang Lawrence, bds 173, Haywood §j= 

Lance Nettie Miss, dressmkr, 323 Haywood, r same 
Lance Pink Miss, milliner, 323 Haywood, r same 
Lance Wm, r 179 So Main 
Lance Mrs, r 179 South Main 
Lance Jno, carp, bds 24 Silver 
Lance Mollie, bds 24 Silver 
Laning Loretta, bds 95 East 
Laning Ritta, c, cook, 36 Clayton 
Landrum Martha, sick nurse, r near 49 Davidson 



Everybody trades with ns because we have the largest and best fad 
line of Crockery. Glassware. House Furnish ins**. Tinware, Ac.** 

in Asheviiie: jy^ j^i^ CpjiUl PaUoB, JlhttwAw ^ 

LandfordS P, ptr, r near 139 Beaumont Q 

Landford S P Mrs, r near 139 Beaumont #** 

Lane Rachael, c, r 198 South Main bmA 

Lane Olive, r 198 South Main 

Lane Thos, c, r Sycamore, near '/alley ffi 

Lane Ritta, c, r Sycamore, near Valley 

Lane Anna Bell, c, ch maid, Atkins and Edge Hill 

Lansford Hy, waiter, Battery Park 

Landreth A C Mrs, broom factory, bds 167 Hill 

Landreth C A Mrs, cotton factory, r near same 

Landreth L D, wks cotton factory, r near same 

Laughter Sallie, r Bailey, near Cripple Creek 



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JAS. H. LOUGHRAN'S 'WHITE MAN'S BAR/'S 



The WHISKIES 
WINES AND 
BRANDIES AT 

Have been recommended bv the leading t>hY6icinns of the State for medietna 
purposec. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. 



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i Western Carolina Bank, 



Organized May 1888; Lewis Maddux. President. 
L. P. McLoud, Vice-President, J. K. Rankin, 
Cashier. Directors— Lewis Maddnx, Geo. 8. 

g« ' ""' Powell, J. K.Rankin, C. M. McLoud, J. E. Ray. 

®3 S. H. Reed. M. J. Bearden, J. K. Reed, M. J. Fagg. Capital, 860,000; Surplus, 

■5 m $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

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5§ Laughter Benj, lab, r Bailey, near Cripple Creek 

pj . LaPierre Anna E Mrs, r 362 W Haywood 

|= LaPierre A N, elk Crystal Palace, r 362 W Haywood 

=| Lancaster Luke, bartender " The Metropolitan " 29 N Main, 

S* r same 

Larkus S, c, cook 99 Wood fin 

LaRoche Edith Miss, bds 69 Bailey 

O Largent Lucinda, c, nurse, bds 371 Haywood 

kJ Latta Thomas, c, coachman, r near 1 1 Clement 

» Latta Emma, c, r near 1 1 Clement 
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£3 Latta Jane, c, laundress, r 53 Mountain 



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ii, mm I Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 

* lA/n Iim V PilMAMAM DEEDS, and Notary Public, 

*W_iL_i!_ UUu lIH_li. Xo - 30PaUon Avenue. AwhevHle, X. C . 

__* 11 -■»■■ »i «viiiiii-iii SpeclalIies: ^ propeny ^ conTeyancing. 

*^ Lattimore John, r, coachman 120 Haywood 

**» Lattimore John, c\ cook Swannanoa Hotel, r near Freight 

Depot 
49 Lattimore Nellie, c, r near Freight Depot 

Z Lattimore Annie, c, laundress, r near Freight Depot 
P^ Lattimore Charles:, c, lab, r near Freight Depot 
^ Lather G .orge, c, lab, r near Cotton Factory 
j-^ LAW J H, Cutlery, Crockery, Glass and Queensware, 
JJ 57, 59,61 S Main. (See adv) 

ac Laws Luther, lab, bds 27 N Main 

. Laws wid Armony, c, r 29 Hill 
■*£ Lawrence Sue, c, cook, r 132 Valley 

I ir ah 1 ra, Mercha 5Si ai fet 5S SouUl 

.2 CLEANINQ AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



RAYSOR & SMITH'S 



The Most Complete Stock of gc 

1 Pure Dregs, Rare: Chemicals and Patent Medicines, 1 1 

31 2?a.ttos3. JLveauo. B 

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LAW 247 LEE 

Lawrence Fred, cook, r 132 Valley- 
Lawrence — , c, barber, r Buttrick 
Lawrence P M Mrs, bds 119 So French Broad 
Lawrence O H, cook, bds 255 Grove 
Leach Dr W Stuart, physician, office 28 Patton are, (Tel 47) || 
bds Grand Central »» 

Leach Adolphus, c, waiter 211 Haywood §g 

League A C, railroader, bds 28 Depot *|f 

Leary J S, eng, r 331 Haywood %$ 

Lea ry Lucy M, r 331 Haywood || 

Lee Sam, Chinese Laundry, 12 N Main, r same §0 

Lee Jane, c, laundress, r 8 Sorrels 



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Patton Avenue, und er Gr and Opera House. ® 3 

Specialty made of SS 

M HOT WAT — 
I HOT AIR. 



Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, « 

Fine Sanitary PlniMm and Hcosc Heating, s 



Lee Henry, c, lab, r 8 Sorrels =| 

Lee B M. C E, bds 67 College ffi 

Lee B M Mrs, bds 67 College • 

Lee Pope, bds 102 Chestnut ?tf 

Lee J H, Buncombe Brick & Tile Co, r 102 Chestnut u 

Lee J H Mrs, r 102 Chestnut jH 

Lee D U, r52 Hillside O 
Lee Niel, No 2 letter carrier, r 52 Hillside 
Lee Niel Mrs, r 52 Hillside 
Lee Mrs, wid Charles E, r 26 Flint 



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Lee Hart, carp, bds nr Broom Factory q 

Lee Flora, c, cook 13 Grove 



&WffitrZ3S£ Jas, H.Loughran's "White Man's Bar," f e 

on exhibition to attract the — — •— — — — — . _• — — __ _ — _~_~_ -2 

attention of the lower trade. c r. South. Main and Eaele. Down Stairs <» 
But First.Class Goods only at ° ' -t 



r- -' ... j '■,' ■ i Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

** wsstern Cs.ro m Ml president > l - p - McL ° ud ' ▼«***■* 

^__liy»yWM UNiVUUtt urnm* dentj j E< R ankin( Cashier. Capital 
=3 $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 



■m LEE 218 LEN 

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^LEE R H, painter, r 83 Bailey. (See desc article) 
"*"j Lee Eliza E Mrs, r 83 Bailey 
"J^ Lee Emma, c, cook Ravenscroft School 
"Lee Benjamin, c, coachman Ravenscroft School 
«$ Ledford William, lab. r nr Academy 
p* Ledford Ollie, r nr Academy 

*++ Ledford Mary, wks Tobacco Factory, r nr Academy 
i/5 Ledford Allie, wks Tobacco Factory, r nr Academy 
p3 Ledford, vvid Daniel, r nr Academy 
jy Ledford Bettie, r nr Academy 
*^J Ledbetter Delia Miss, pupil H I School 

** Ledbetter Kelley Miss, pupil H I School 

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^ H m TJ i 1ITT fl Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 
75 U. 1 . Ililn LIU, N . 5 patt A Asheville, N. C. 
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Ledbetter Jennie, c, r 147 Valley 

J* Ledbetter Rufus, c, r 147 Valley 

Ledbetter Alt", c, coachman, r S Beaumont 
Hi Ledbetter Alfred, c, coachman 95 Charlotte 
*a Leonard C B, contractor, r 192 S Main 
Leonard Lizzie, r 192 S Main 

fl Leonard Margie, bds 192 S Main 

2 Leonard Lucile, bds 192 S Main 

••Leonard Caleb, No 8 police force, r 273 S Main 
■Hj Leonard Mary Mrs, r 273 S Main 
■flEemons R H, c, waiter, Battery Park 
(rfLenons Jno, c, brakeman R&D R'y, r near Phillip 

$ MsKIIlI I PETRIE Merchant Tailorc, 58- South Main Street. 

CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



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DAUODD CMITUIP Sto ** k of i>ri;goists' kckdhien » the 

tlnlOUn ft OlVII II nio««t varied and com- 01 pottnjl AyojjTJP 
pleto of huj house in Abbeville. n ■■ i— — — — — 

LEM 249 UN 



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Lemons Hattie, c, r near Phillip 

Lewis, Pass, en"-, bds 120 Roberts O 

Levi Thos. c, railroader, r near 35 Hilterbrand m 
Levi Eliza, c, r near 35 Hilterbrand 

Levi Hannah, c, r Church, bet Bailey and South Main 1"^ 

Levi Bertha, c, r Church bet Bailey and South Main p* 
Levi Plum, c, barber, Church, bet Bailey and South Main j^ 
Levering Elma C Miss, teacher H I School for colored, 249 ^ 

College q 

Levering Mary Miss, r 112 Charlotte O 

Levering — , r 112 Charlotte ^ 

Levvton D P Miss, bds French Broad, near Haywood ^ 

Guuyn molest, REA ^S^c7 f 

Established 1881. S. E. CoURT SQUARE. r» 

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Lewton G M Mrs, r French Broad, near Haywood £« 

Lewis E B, prin Academy Street Graded School, bds 1 37 " 

Chestnut 
Lewis Sarah, c, laundress, r 88 Gudger 
Lewis D, e. lab, bds 88 Gudger 
Lichtenberger Geo, r 7 Jeff Drive 

Lichtenberger Matilda Mrs, r 7 Jeff Drive §o 

Lidey Riley, c, lab, r South French Broad 
Liley Dillie, r McDowell, near Fitch Planing Mill 
Liley Jno, ptr, r McDowell, near Fitch Planing Mill 
Lillington Pattie, c, cook, 92 Woodfin 
Lingelbach Mrs, wid P F. bds i59Patton ave 



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^Ssl- Jas. I LoDghmi's "White Man's Bar/ff 

Have been recommended by the leading physiclnns of the State lor medicinal g 
purposes. Cor. South .tin in and Eagle. Donu Stairs. & 

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w ... . 1' n I Organized Mav, 1888; Lewis Maddux. 

-> Western laroma BanK,^ w r t ; L - p L M r°r' Vi T p ri" 

gj ' dent, J. L. Kankin, Cashier. Capital, 

r£ $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository- 

% LIN 250 LIN 

ac" Lingelbach Walton, bds 159 Patton ave 
__- Lineberry — , wks Asheville Shoe Co, r 29 North Main 
! Lineberry Jno, carp, bds Roberts and Buxton 
* Linebaugh M J Mrs, r 88 Charlotte 
: Linebaugh Annie Miss, r 316 North Main 
"f Lindau Miss, bds 88 North Main 
J| Lindau Clem Miss, bds 88 North Main 
s2 Lindau Max, merchant, r 70 Park ave 
*? Lindau S J, elk, bds 70 Park ave 
k Lingle — , carp, bds 95 Depot 
< m . Lingerfelt Laura Miss, pupil H I School 
5J Lindsey H A, No Ca Curios, ne Court Place, r 290 College 



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P T RAWL^ ^ ea * Estate and Firs Insurance, 

"NTrt R PsT+nn Atro AcViottiIIo "NT fl 



No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



o^' Lindsey H A Mrs, r 290 College 

|| LINDSEY T H, Lindsey & Brown, Photographers, 

se Court Place, r 178 Charlotte 
§ Lindsey T H Mrs, r 178 Charlotte 

^Lindsey Ada L Miss, r 178 Charlotte 
q Lindsey F M, merchant, bds 294 N Main 
^ Lindsey J G, r 294 N Main 
«£ Lindsey Martha A, r 294 N Main 
£5 Lindsey T H, grocer, r 294 East 
O Lindsey H M Mrs, r 294 East 
}25 Lindsey Mrs, r nr Broom Factory 

Sfi Lindsey — , gunsmith, r nr Broom Factory 

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\i *\ a Merchant Tailors, SB ^outh Main Street, 



Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



The Most Complete Mock of 

Pure Drugs, Rare Chemicals anil Patent Medicines 



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31 Paltou Ave. 



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Lindsey L O, wagoner, r 34I Haywood J?* 

Lindscy M L Mrs, r 341 Haywood ^| 

Lindsey Hy, carp, bds 341 Haywood §=' 

Lindsev E F, bds Glen Rock Hotel -"g 

Lindsey Thomas, bds 146 Church pj 

Lindsey A J, lab, r Church bet Bailey and S Main |s 

Lindsey Mary E, laundress, Church bet S Main and Bailey g| 

Lipscomb E H Prof, teacher Colored Graded School, r II? 3" 

J TO 

Mountain 
Lipscomb Lizzie, c, r 115 Mountain 
LIPINSKI S L, " Bon Marche" 30 S Main, Lipinski & W 

Ellick proprs, r Academy. (See adv side lines) 

fe-liiaSM t Thrash Si Co... CBYSTAL mcEi 8 

4c. lor their clear ones, ■■•■« " "»" « •»"| 11 Patton Ave. ^ 

should give us a call before you buy. We are the Leade: s. ^n 

Lipinski S L Mrs, r Academy Q 

Little A, plumber, bds Western Hotel Q 

Littles Lizzie, c, cook 44 Walnut W 
Littlefield John, c, tobacco roller, bds 156 Church 

Littlejohn Lovicie, <r, laundress, r 148 Academy (>i 

Littlejohn Mary, housemaid 40 French Broad a 

Littlejohn T A, c, cook, r 148 Academy a 

Littlejohn Wade, c, fireman, r 148 Academy • 
Litteral Jno, shoemaker, r 190 Bailey 

Litteral Alice, r 190 Bailey —^ 

Litteral Horace, bds 190 Bailey £L 

Litteral Mattie, bds 190 Bailey C£ " 

The Neatest and Most Quiet place in Town to spend an hour or ■-■ 
two at Billiards or l'ool, and at the same time 'smile," is at 22 



Jas, H, Loughran's "lite Man's Bar, 



I) Co^So gth Main & Eag le, 

(Down Stairs.) 



Organize \* May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 
itfnKi President, L P. McLotid, Vice-Presi- 
uim ' dent. .1. K. Rankin. Cashier. Capital, 
_i $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
•— est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

J LOC 252 ~LON 



^£. Lockman Mira, c, laundress, r I 17 South French Broad 

— • Logan Ella, c, housemaid, r Victoria, I y> mi South Main 

^- Logan Annie, c, nurse, 48 Grove 
2s Logan Wm, r, driver, bds 48 Grove 
^ Logan Geo, c, wks Vanderbilt's, r 41 Hilterbrand 

"* Logan Bill, c, r 41 Hilterbrand 

:*| Logan Mary, c, nurse, r 41 Hilterbrand 

*Z Logan Sam, c, coachman, 1 18 Woodfin 

** Logan Mary Mrs, nurse, r Hill, near terminus Pattonave 

k Logan Randolph, c, r 19 Valley 

< i Logan Lizzie, c, r 19 Valley 

S^ Logan Thos, c, driver, r 19 Valley 

Z £, - — : ■ 

Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 
)EEDS, and Notary Public, 
Patton Avenue. Awheville. X. V. 






Specialties : Eeal Pioperty and Conveyancing. 



o| Logan Eliza, c, r 19 Valley 

ee I Logan Harry, c, servant, 105 South Main 

i London Mollie, r 474 W Haywood 

London Emma, wks cotton factory, bds 474 W Haywood 
^ London Lee, bds 474 W Haywood 
O Long Robt, hdw elk, r 284 College 
^ Long Robt Mrs, r 284 College 
^ Long Maggie, c, cook, r 284 College 
^ Long Thos, c, lab, r Madison 
S Long M D, r 70 Park ave, Asheville Shoe Co, R L Graham 

Pt, M D Long Vice-Pt, Jno Y Jordan Sec and Treas 
§5 Long M D Mrs, r 70 Park ave 

Z McKINNON & PETRIE M] m[ Wm - 5S Wl1 Mai " Stet - 

-*-- Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



Stock of nitlGWlSTM' SUNDRIES 1st the QC 

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pleie of uuy house in Asheville. 






LOR 253 LOV £§ 






Lord Mose, r, head waiter, Grand Central, r same 

Lorick J M, teamster, r 22 Academy go 

Lorick Clara C Mrs, r 22 Academy "§, 

Lorick J M, r 1 1 1 Merrimon ave f g 

Loomis Asa, bds Cosmopolitan Club 

Looper Fanny, r, r near 106 Roberts 

Looper Frank, c, lab, r near 106 Roberts 

LOUGHRAN J H, Propr White Man's Bar, 46 South \ 

Main, r 58 South Main (See desc art) 5» 

Loughran Frank, bds Hickory No Ca Inn . £<! 

Love Sarah, c, laundress, r 95 Beaumont |£? 

Love Loula, c, r 102 Mountain 



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Tavlor Bouis & BrotWtnn asheville, n. c. g$ 

XayiUl, JJULUd <& JJ1UL11.I LULL, 43 p atton Avenue, under Grand Opera « - 

'32AOI3 -ej^:rJL,-?rc3:r£X House. "Si? 

■sa-DNiva anv ssaoxs ©jstisooo g's 
'3J8^-M3j|j/^ pue poo^ spoog Buiqsmjnj-asnoH }0 w\~[ ||nj $| 

Love Jno, c, r 102 Mountain §| 
Love Anna, c, nurse, 20 Oak 

Love Anderson, c, lab, r Valley f^ 

Love Patsy, c, r Valley ™ 

Love Etta, c, laundress, r 18 Bearden 2 

Love Berry, c, lab, r 18 Bearden 3* 

Love J P, bds 64 South Main . q 

Love Mary A, Mrs, r 73 Bailey . © 

LOVE P I, H Redwood & Co, Dry Goods and Cloth- ° 

ing, 7 and 9 Patton ave, r 73 Bailey (See desc art) 

Love Benjamin H. clerk at Redwood & Co, bds 73 Bailey q 

Love H, c, plasterer, r nr Phillip 

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k, 5, Luriiru'i "Whits Man's Bar,'' ft 



any kind of Wild Animals 

on exhibiton to attract the • -p„ 

attention of the lower trade. - _ \. ., . . _ , < 

But First-Class Goods only at * or - aOntn Main ana Eajle (Down 3t»ir». * 



^ UL«i«»« P«.«l!r,« []«J# Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux. 

« Western larolina bank, ™***%\\*^.v™*»£ 

' (l nt, J. h. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
_2 $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Money 
•3; loaned on Real Estate on long time. 

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■"*] Love Nancy, c, r Phillip 
^ Love Christiana, c, r nr Phillip 
. Love James, c, carp, r nr Phillip 

§ Love Maggie, c, r nr Phillip 
Jc Love Samuel, lab, bds nr Phillip 

§ Love Edith, c, r nr Phillip 

Jl Low W A, foreman motive power R and D Ry, r 173 Flay- 
er wood 
^ Low Annie V Mrs, r 173 Haywood 

Lowe Eliza, bds Cripple Creek 
i~ Lowe Harriet, bds Cripple Creek 
4jf Lowrance Win, drayman, r Eagle nr Valley 



j C.T. RAILS, 



Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 
No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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c £ Lowrance Lizzie, c, chambermaid Battery Park, r Eagle nr 

Valley 
•Jx Lucky Georgia, c, bds 56 Roberts 
o Lucky Scott, c, r 255 S Main 

„Luhn J S, r 137 Bailey 
g Lumley J C, carp, r 146 Roberts 
^ Lumley Sallie, r 146 Roberts 
l_^ Lumsford F A, merchant, r 22 Brick 
O Lumsford F A Mrs, r 22 Brick 

■p. Lusk V S Col, atty N E Court Place, r 199 College 
\v\ Lusk V S Mrs, r 199 College 
{^ Lusk Adelia Miss, r 413 N Main 

§ McKINNQN k PETRIE. IWantJailors. 08 South Main Street, 
<j ' — ■ — 

^ Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



Our S<H>i WATUlt and other Fountain Drinks are conceded then^ 
best. The only place where whites alone are served. 2" 

RAYSOR & SMITH'S, f| 

31 Fatton Avenue. c» 



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Tiie Snssot Mountain M Co. 



CWYN & WEST, 

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Lusk Mamie E Miss, r 199 College 

Lusk James, r 413 N Main g$ 

Luther J H, farmer, bds 510 VV Haywood g® 

Lyceum The, T R Gaines, editor, 71 N Main cS 

Lyerly Marcellus, railroader, bds near Cotton Factory 2" 

Lyerly Willie, railroader, bds near Cotton Factory -S 

Lyerly Mertie A, bds near Cotton Factory |j? 

Lyerly Charles B, bds near Cotton Factory Jo 
Lyerly W R, blksmith, r near Cotton Factory 
Lyerly Laura N, r near Cotton Factory 
Lyle S H, tobacconist, bds 35 Wood fin 

Lyles Lewis, c, r 143 Hill |F 

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Lyles Pricilla, <r, r 143 Hill .. 

LYMAN AUGUSTUS J, Real Estate, Loans and at- g 

torney-at-law, office Legal Bldg, r Chestnut and Mer- © 
rimon ave. (See descriptive article) ^ 

Lyman A J Mrs, r Chestnut and Merrimon 2 

Lynch — , city weigher, r near 103 Broad © 

Lynch Mrs, r near 103 Broad gp 

Lynch D, c, coachman, 420 S Main _ 

Lyons Ethel M Miss, teacher A F College O 

Lytle Nancy, c, cook 157 Haywood 

Lytle J A, cond Asheville Street Railway, bds 64 S Main *» 
Lytle Ellen O, bds 182 S Main ^ 

PURITY, ) - A-StE OTT^ ISfEOIALTIES. *i- 

romptn!!s and j Jas. H. Lougbran's "Whits Kan's Bar,"~ 

Cor. South Main and Eagle [Down Stairs.] ^* 



w HI I PI! n I. Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux 

~ WestGrn Laro na Kank. present, l .p. McLoud, vice-pr e8 i- 

*= IIUOIUIII UUIUMMU UUII|\| den( . j E ] > ankin Cashier- Capital, 
S $50,000, Surplus, §20.000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
*P ral Banking Business Transacted. 

3' LYT 256 MAG 

§Lytle W O, bds 182 S Main 
•sLytle J B. bds 182 S Main 
^-Lytle F E, bds 182 S Main 

iLytle Z C, bds 182 S Main 

iLytle Margaret, bds 182 S Main 

B Lytle James H, bds 182 S Main 

^Lytle John, r 182 S Main 

^Lytle Nancy A, r 182 S Main 

**Lytle Joseph, c, servant HIS 

J Lytle Bob, c, coachman, r 15 S Water 

*iLytle Caroline, c, cook 261 Bailey 

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■e § newly married life happy 

C-c and your dear home neat, j 

t^ always buy yourcominencinsj 7 

eg outfit from us. Every article at our store is new, neat and handsome, and a 

■J-. first-class store in every respect 

^1\7T ACNAUGHT0N PETE ' bds 57 Church 
hi ^*^ Macher Jno, carp, near 4 Spring 
2 g.Macher Amelia, bds near 4 Spring 
i Mackey J J, Register Deeds, r 157 Haywood 
«■ Mackey Clias, bds 157 Haywood 
—JTVIackey Sue C Mrs, r 157 Haywood 

<-> MADDUX LEWIS, The Western Carolina Bank, Lewis 
°3 Maddux, Pt; Lawrence P McLoud, vice Pt ; J E Ran- 

S^i kin, Cash ; r Merriman ave, near Chestnut (See adv. 

C/3 top lines.) 

^Maddux Lewis Mrs, r Merriman ave, near Chestnut 
^Maguire Mary, nurse, bds 87 Bailey 

g MdlNNON & PETRIE Merchant T ailo rs, 58 South Main Street, 

S Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



: ' Thsbd. W. Thrash Si Co, Cr?8tal falac6 ' 



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'E offer for sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. G. 



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E offer for sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



Yon will never 
regpret becoming 
* eustoiiier at 



Bijur li Mi Drag Stars, 31 Pattan k| 






Your trade appreciated. Your interest studied. £ 3. 

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MAGNOLIA HOUSE, 79 North Main, near Woodfin, Is 

W A James Jr, propr. (See de.se arte.) |-'E 

MAITLAND'S SCHOOL, 40 French Broad ave, Mrs %% 

Eurgvvyn Maitland, prin. (See adv) £c 

Maitland Frances L Miss, r 40 French Broad ave "S 

CO® 

Maitland Emily A Miss, r 40 French Broad ave §"g 
Maitland L Isabel Miss, bds 40 French Broad 
MAITLAND BURGWYN Mrs, Prin Mrs Maitland's 

School, 40 French Broad ave, r same (See adv) p g 

Mallory F L Mrs, removed to Macon, Ga ^S 

Mallette H A, bds Glen Rock Hotel gg- 

Mallette Eugenia Miss, bds Glen Rock Hotel &5 

III 1 1 m U I Attorney »t Law, COMMISSIONER of£^ 

TJWAIftaMY PliaHlMAH DEEDS, »nd Notary Public, 

nilyyiU ullSIlI luill. >0 - *" 1>atto " Avenu *' Aan<>vil1 ^ *• <■• £j 
if »ivii mi vwwmiiBm 8pecialtles ; RBal property and ConveyancliE. fed 

: — . a 

Malone Fannie, c, cook, 193 Patton ave ^ 

Malone C W, Dept Clk Supreme Court, r 68 Woodfin O 

Malone C N Mrs, r 6S Woodfin § 

Malone Addie, bds 38 Bailey g^ 

Malone Albert, bds 38 Bailey O 

Malone Mamie, r 3S Baily P 

Malone Bettis, P O elk, r 38 Bailey . § 

Mann Israel, bds 10 Patton ave ^ 

Manney Finley, r 127 Beaumont 55 

Manual Ruth, c, cook, 37 Grove & 

Mangum B E, r s8 W Haywood ^ 

Mangum Bell, wks cotton factory, bds 38 VV Haywood 5 s 



Cor. So. Main & Eagle. ? 



Jas. H. Louffhran's "lite Man's Bar, 

D ' Down Stairs. ^ 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly % 



— ll/A«l rt ,r, P«» rt l!«« D«J, Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

- Western larolina Bantj^^v-^ 1 ^-^ ?^ 

' dent, J. K. Kan km, Cashier. Capital, 
=S $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Your 

*g Correspondence solicited. 



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*"*" Mangum Fletcher, wks cotton factory, bds 38 W Haywood 
^ Mangum Neiley, wks cotton factory, bds 38 W Haywood 
" Mangum Loulie, wks cotton factory, bds 38 W Haywood 
I Mangum E P, prin City Graded Schools, Orange, bds 137 
.g Chestnut 

o Marina Wm, c, porter Battery Park 
i| Marseller J S, gunsmith, 34 South Main, r same 
^1 Marseller J S Mrs, r 34 South Main 
/ Marquardt J A, bartender, r j6 Depot 

Marquardt A H Mrs, r 76 Depot 
«| Marr T VV, Druggist, r Blake and Academy 
| J Marr M Mrs, r Blake and Academy 



AKHEVILLE, If. C. 

No. 43 Pattm Ave. under Grand Opera House 
Steam Fitting, Gas Pitting, 

ROYAL," GAS VL WHISK, 



iiTqlor, Bonis SlrothsrloB,! 

$■£ Used exclusively by Penn. R. R. o Several now in Operation in this City. 

«: 

fi>, Marlow W B, butcher, r 31 Bridge 

Si Marlow W B Mrs, r 31 Bridge 

S& Marable Benjamin, fireman, bds Jeff Drive nr freight depot 

b Mtircus Max, mngr C D Blanton & Co, 9 W Court Place, 

bds 53 College 
O Marcus M Mrs, bds 53 College 
J MARX W B, The Asheville Lumber and Mnfg Co, W B 

Mrux pres and treas, Haywood and Riverside, r 

Starnes ave and N Main 
gj Marx W B Mrs, r Starnes ave and N Main 

j Marx Mary E Miss, r Starnes ave and N Main 
O Marx Joseph P, bds N Main and Starnes 



g McKlON & PETRIE. Merchant Tailors, 58 Sonth Main St. 

^j Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



DDCCrDlDTIflMC t n ** n;v or ^iff* 1 ' "».T comix-tcnl Apothecaries :^J 

rrlLOunin lUWu iILLlLI delivered tree to any part of the <ity. Z 

Raysor & Smith, 31 Patton Ave. 3 

MOR 259 "MAS m 



Morton Alice Mrs, r 327 Haywood 

Morton Lawrence, wks Asheville Fur Factory, bds nr Broom O 

Factory m 

Martie Nancy, r Patton ave ^ 

Martin C P, painter, r 327 Haywood 
Martin J C, Gudger Carter & Martin, office Legal Building, r £w 

42 Patton ave ' u 

Martin J G, atty, r S Beaumont ^j 

Martin J G Mrs, r S Beaumont © 

MARTIN W H, barber 60 So Main, r 102 Mountain, g 

(See desc article) " 

Martin Julian C, atty, bds 52 Woodfin 

~~ © 

Real Estate and Fire Insurance,: 

No. 5 Patton Ave, Asheville, N. C. f? 

Martin Richmond, c, waiter, r Pearson ave <"• 

Martin Janetta, c, r Pearson ave " ^ 

Martin Julia, c, laundress, r 66 Mountain p §- 

Marshall J P, tobacconist, r 188 Woodfin »f 

Marshall T P Mrs, r 188 Woodfin l| 

Massey Wm, c, pot washer Glen Rock Hotel * K . 
Massey Minnie, wks Cotton Factory, r nr same 



C.T. BAILS, 






Massey Mollie, wks Cotton Factory, r nr same 

Mason James, farmer, bds 20 Mulberry 5^ 

Mason Manda, r 309 College ^"3 

Mason Tim, c, coachman, bds 93 Bailey ?-? 

Massot H, r 137 Bailey §5 

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The greatest and most Quiet Place In Town to spend an hour or two at re 5 

Bri.UARD- or POOL, and at the san>.<- lime " smile," is at "?"< 

JAS. H, LOLGHRANS "WHITE MAN'S BAR," ™r H 

i (Down Stairs.* '- 



Organized May, 1888 ; Lewi? Maddux. 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent. .1. E, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 



.£ $50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository- A Room 

•a and Tellers Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 

MAS~~ 200 ~McA 



««*■ Massot Jane Ann Mrs, r 137 Bailey- 
's Mastin David, carp, bds French Broad and Pat ton ave 
— ' Massage J F, carp, r 299 Orange 
a Massage Sue S, r 69 Orange 

; Maschker Margaret, housemaid, r Atkinson 
m Mattair Mrs, bds 318 Haywood 

I Mathewson M J Mrs, wid N, r 95 Pine 
^ Mathews Christiana, bds Riverside Park 
*? Mathews D C, r 107 Cleveland 

Mathews William, plasterer, bds 167 Hill 
S.S Mathews Annie, bds 31 Grove 
g^ Mathews Medora, bds 31 Grove 

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3 * Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. 

u,^ Mathews Ann, bds 31 GroVe 

2 J- Mauldin Mar)', r near Cotton Factory 

Mauldin Rebecca, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 

Mauldin Lenora, v/ks Cotton Mills, r near same 
I Mauldin D U, wks Cotton Mills, r near same 
§ Maw G, painter, bds Magnolia House 

Mayo VV H, fireman, bds Jeff Drive, near Freight Depot 

Mayfit-ld Hettic, c, cook 29 Biiley 
g May II P, wks Graham's Factory, bds Buxton 
QC May Sallie S Mrs, r Buxton 
2 Mayes Addie Mrs, bds 47 Woodfin 
O McAfee Cora Miss, bds 87 Bailey 

to 
to 

- CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



McKINNOK & PETRIE, faw Tallore, 58 South Main Street, 



PURITY OF COODH, C 

OEITE.VESS TO CUSTOMERS, and c ^ 

ROMPTXESS WITH ORDERS AVI) PRESCRIPTIONS g'g 

RAYSOR eft? SMITH, 31 Fatton ^flLvo. 






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McAfee W L. bds 87 Bailey 

McAfee Cornelia Mrs, bds 87 Bailey 

McAfee Mollie, r near Ice Factory 

McBEE V E, Sup W N C Div R & D Ry, bds Swan 

nannoa Hotel 
McBee V E Mrs, bds Swannannoa Hotel 
McBee Rosa Miss, bds Swannannoa Hotel g|. 

McBee V E, Jr, bds Swannannoa Hotel g- 

McBee — , drayman, r East bet West and Beaver Dam 
McBrayer L F, r 174 Haywood 

McBrayer P^vans, bds 174 Haywood £Ej 

McBraver Kathleen Mis >, bds 174 Haywood 

I ^ Ave — S3 

TflQfl W Phffl^ 1 5& Plfl K °*»* everything in the Hon., H 
I JlWHI II I I III NfU Vf V ■ I ^urni<«liin(f line, as well as a larjcW 

line of China, Glass, Lamps, Ac, ^g 

McBrayer Agnes L Miss, bds 174 Haywood - Q 

McBRAYER R COL, attorn ey-at-law, office McAfee Q 

Bldg, Patton ave, r 174 Haywood (See adv) k»i 

McBrayer R Mrs, r 174 Haywood 
McBRAYER L B. physician, office and r Western ft 5 

Hotel, W Court Place. (See descriptive article) ^ 

McBrayer L B Mrs, r Western Hotel, W Court Place 2 

McCarty C C, tobacconist, r 34 Flint • 

McCarty C C Mrs, r 34 Flint 

McCard Bettie, cook no Cherry ^" 

McCampbell J J, drug elk, Worthen & Co, No 17 No. Main.lL 

bds 30 Phillip **» 



JAS. H. LOUGBRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR,"I 



The WHISKIES 
WINES AND 
BRANDIES AT 

Have been recommended by the leading nhysicians of the State for medicinal*^ 
purposes. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. ^j 



t Western Carolina Bant ffi 



Organized May 1888; Lewis Maddux, President, 
'IcLoud. Vice-President. J. E. Rankin, 
Directors— Lewis Maddux, Geo. S. 
Powell, J. fcJ. Hankin, C. M. Mcl.oud, J. E. Ray, 
M. H. Reed, M. J. Bearden, J. K. Reed, M. J. Fagg. Capital, $50,000: Surplus 
520,000. State, County and City Depository. 

McC , 262 McC 



«*< McCandless Lou; r near 122 Blanton 
: McCandless S A, photographer, r near 122 Blanton 
McCandless Mary C, r near 122 Blanton 
I McCandless D M, r 71 Hill 
J McCandless S J Mrs, r 71 Hill 
— McCape C J, propr McCape House 24 Grove 
£g McCape Emma L Mrs, r 24 Grove 
' McCarson J T, carp, r 408 So Depot 
McCarson Mary E, r 408 So Depot 
McCarson D R, bds 408 So Depot 
!* McCarson Erastus, lab, r near 357 N Main 
%r. McClaudy Jasper, c, plasterer, r Madison 



Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 

DEEDS, and Notary Public, 
Xo. 3Q Patton Avenue. Asheville, X. <'■ 

J Specialties : heal Property and Conveyancing. 



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g~ McClaudy Julia, c, r Madison 
»| McCollum M A Mrs, r 511 Haywood 
i McCollum E D,wks Cotton Factory, r 51 1 Haywood 
McCollum Jennie, r 36 W Haywood 
'*• McCollum J R, wks Cotton Factory, bds 36 W Haywood 
^ McCollum Thomas, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 
*-* McCollum Delany, wks Cotton Miils, r near same 
°** McCollum G A, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 
3 McConaha Lawson, c, section hand R & D, r near French 
c/> Broad Lumber Yards 

5f3 McConley Will, bds 27 N Main 
q McConnell J H Jr, room night clerk Battery Park, r same 

S McEIII \ PETRIE, Mercha S ai Sk 58 "^ 

^ CLEANING* AND EEPAiEINQ PEQMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



QAVCflQ^P ^li/IITI4'9 The Most Complete Stock of §§ 

HAioUH & olVII W Oi pn re D rngSi Rare Chemicals and Patent MediciRgs|| 



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McConnell M A, wid C A, r 124 Woodfin 
McConnell Ida Miss, r 124 Woodfin 
McConnell J H, fruit clerk, N Main, r 70 Seney 

McConnell J H Mrs, r 70 Seney £JJ 

McConnell Robt, carp, r 70 Seney |f 
McConnell Will, groceryman, 26^ N Main, bds 94 Cherry §"» 

McConnell Abbie, bds 94 Cherry §«• 

McCoy Columbus, brickmason, bds " Buck tavern " *£ 

McCoy Nannie Miss, bds 181 Patton ave %$ 

McCoy Sallie Mrs, r 181 Patton ave |5 

»s as 

McCoy Thomas C, traveling salesman Philadelphia, r 181 |"q 



Patton ave 






Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, 



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ASHEV1LLE, X. C. Ba 

No. 43 Patton Avenue, under Grand Open'n 

H OUSe "WOODLAWN" H 

Thomas. Roberts. Stevenson Stoves & Ranges, [WO«M>] COOK STOVK8. » 2. 

Also, Bridgeford & Co.'s Steel Ranges. Specialty Made oi Hotel Ranges. 3 g. 

McCoy Mack, painter, bds 1 17 S French Broad g| 

McCorkle James, c, bds 342 Haywood ^ 

McCorkle Martha, c, seamstress, r 342 Haywood 

McCorkle Calvin, c, railroader, bds 342 Haywood ?C 

McCreary Mardie Miss, bds 52 Woodfin 2 

McCreary Frank, elk Estabmoks', r 52 Woodfin •■gj i 

McCreary Mary, r 52 Woodfin O 

McCrarySol, carp, r [65 Church 

McCrary Julia, r 165 Church 

McCrae Mrs, r Chestnut and Merrimon ave 



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McCumber H W, r 184 S Main O 

McCumber Mary, r 184 S Main 



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S^i^wndT^I Jas, H.Lo ughfan's " Wh iie Mao's Bar/'fg 

on exhibition to attract the *..i..,n ..,,.!..— .,.—....■, ... a 

attention of the lower trade. c r. South Main and. Eagle, Down Stairs. < * 

But Flrst'Class Goods only at ? 



w ... f) li HI Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

- Wesiern Carohni link. president - l - * p - McL ° nd - vi <*- p «* 1 * 

^ YYSBViiN viiUMittl Utifiiii* dentj j E> Rankin? Cashier. Capital 

S $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. t 



McD 264 McD 



«« McDanicl Samuel, <r, lab, bds 88 Gudger 
_• McDovv Emma, c, laundress, r 40 Riverside Park 
H McDowell Daisy Miss, bds 420 S Main 
jf. McDowell Mary Miss, bds 420 S Main 
I McDowell G M, bds 420 S Main 
! McDowell Mary C Miss, bds 420 S Main 

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jl McDowell Annie E Miss, bds 420 S Main 

£ McDowell A G, bds 420 S Main 

Sf McDowell W, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 

« McDowell Emma, c, cook, r 14 Hiltcrbrand 

<| McDowell J A, bds 420 S Main 

%* McDowell E E, bds 420 S Main 



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Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 
J No. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



°|'McDow^ll Charles, c, lab, r Gudger 
§|.McDowell Comfort, c, Lib, r Cudger 
| K McDowell J H, bds 420 S Main 
I McDowell S L Mrs, r 420 S Main 

~ McDowell Ellen, r Fernihuist 2 miles south Main 
© McDowell W W Maj, r 420 Main 

McDowell Jennie Miss, r S4 Mountain 
^ McDonald Annie, r Green nr Park ave 
^ McDonald Mandie, bds Green nr Park ave 
OE McDonald EJisha, eng Graham's Factory, r Green, near Park 

Sri ave 

§ McDonald May Miss, bds 50 Bailey 

I McEISSOS \ PETRIE, Merchant Tito, 58 South Main Street, 

i CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



UfB are State Agents for N. C. Inland & Oo/s celebrated 
"' Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of New York. 
We can insure you against accident or death in the 
"Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn." 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asneville, N. C. 



II7SB arc State Agents for N>. C. Inland & Co. 's celebrated 
'*' Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of New York. 
We can insure you against accident or death in the 
"Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford. Conn." 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asneville, N. C. 



DJIVODD P OHillTU'O s,ooU of i>r1 ^«*sts' sundries is tbog 

rlnlulin 01 UlVII II O most varied and torn- 01 DnHrm AyDJinp 5 
Jhcte of any house in A-heville. ^O 

McD 265 McG m 

McDonald Jno A, elk Bostic, Bros & Wright, North Main, 53 
% bds Magnolia House O 

McDonald R, head master Ravenscroft School m 

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McDonald G L, r 50 Bailey 

McDonald Mary P Mrs, r 50 Bailey F 

McDuffie H S Rev, c, r Valley and Beaumont £tf 

McDuffie Dollie, r Valley and Beaumont £5 

McElreth J W, carp. Orange near Bridge ^ 

McElreth J W Mrs, r Orange near Bridge £ 

McElroy D J, wks Asheville fur factory, r near cotton © 

factory ^ 

McElroy L A, bds near cotton factory , ^ 



Guiyn^CUest, REAL IN Tu A R I E NCE ,f 

Established 1881. S. E. CoURT SqUaRE. fjs 

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McElroy D G Mrs, r 9 Centre $Z 
McElroy J G, blaster, r 9 Center 

McFee Tanie, r Hill, near Buttrick . _ 

McFee A W, butcher, r Buttrick g.| 

McFee L A Mrs, r Buttrick • || 

McFee C M, butcher, r Hill, near Buttrick *& 
McGallard L A Mrs, cotton factory, bds 122 Roberts 

McGill R, bds Glen Rock Hotel || 
McGregor Jas Mrs, bds Gano House, Haywood and French =? = 

Broad ave . £"2 

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McGregor Lillie Miss, bds Gano House, Haywood and ^F 
French Broad g g" 

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Th ' ?£_sl « Ju. S. Lough?an's "White Man's Bar, If 

Have been recommended i>v the lending physicians oftlie State tpr medlcinaf § 
purposes, tor. Sunt a Statu and Eagle, Donii Stairs, g- 



xJ ... . -j ., n I Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux. 

- Western Carolina Bank, ^*\Z£S%J*££, 

:= $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

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McG 266 Mel 

2? McGregor Helen Miss, bds Gano House, Haywood and 

—3 French Broad 

^ McGregor J A C P, bds Gano House, Haywood and French 

§ Broad 

« McGregor W A, bds near Buxton 

^ McGwynn Josephine, wks Graham's Factory, bds near Bux- 

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°- McGynn, VV D, bds near Buxton 

** McHenry Virginia Miss, pupil A F College 

g MchKar Minnie Miss, bds 12 Jeff Drive 

<; MchKar Ellie, bds 12 Jeff Drive 

gc£ MchKar Chas, carp, r 12 Jeff Drive 



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fj fl 'B itfff 5 Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 

Is ' ' J No. 5 Pattern Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

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of MchKar Clair Mrs, r 12 Jeff Drive 

Si MchKar Margarett, bds 12 Jeff Drive 

5 Mclntire S C, c, bds 60 Academy 

g Mclntire J P, r Spring, near Broom Factory 

,. Mclntire Angie, r Spring, near Broom Factory 
O Mclntire Clarence, bds Spring, near Broom Factory 

5 McINTIRE P C & BRO, Meats and Provisions, N 
Court Place, r 58 Woodfin (See desc art) 
^ Mclntire Pat, bartender r 19 North Main 
5j Mclntire Mary E Mrs, r 58 Woodfin 
JC Mclntire, wid B, r 58 Woodfin 
5 Mclntire M E Mrs, r 58 Woodfin 



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Merchant Tailors, 58 louth Main Street, 



Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



: __ R&ysorSs Smith s« Ef 



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The Most Complete Stocli of 

Pure Drugs, Rare Chemicals and Patent Medicines 

—at— 31 Pattou Ave. g-y 

Mcl 207 McL Jb 

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Mclntire F R, brickmason, r 27 Short ^"2, 

Mclntire Jane E, r 27 Short ^ 

Mclntire Josephine, <:, cooks 145 South Main g<2 

Mcjnturf M L Mrs, r 27 Spruce £* 

MclnturfF Maggie Miss, r 27 Spruce g" 
Mclnturff Ella Miss, r 27 Spruce 
Mclnturff Fred, cig makr, r 27 Spruce 
Mclnturff M B, wks A shoe factory, r 69 Orange 

Mclnturff Alice, r 69 Orange %$ 
Mcintosh Lizzie, cook, r 30 Philip " 

Mcjinsey Neeley, c, bds 23 Hill a,z 

McKissick Anna, f, r Baptist Hill 2F 

should give us a call before you buy. We are the Leadets. ^^ 

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McKesson Ann, c, cook, 95 Charlotte 

McKinney J M, r 48 N Main g 

McKinney Nancy L, r 48 N Main © 
McKINNON D R, merchant tailor S Main, r S French ^ 

Broad. (See adv and desc article) X* 

McKinnon Mary Mrs, r S French Broad y 

McKee J L, bkkpr A D Cooper N Court Place, bds 39 Hay- ^ 

wood 

McLean Martha D Mrs, bds 5 Flint O 
McLean Nannie Mrs, bds 76 Haywood 

McLelland R L, fireman, r 18 Rector s» 

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McLelland Lizzie Mrs, r 18 Rector * = *" 

[ <£» 

The Neatest and Most Quiet place in Town to spend an hour org. 
two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time 'smile." is at S~ 

Cor-Jonth Main 8c Eagle. ** 

(Down Stairs.,- £2 



k H, Loughran's "White Man's Bar, 



* Western Carolina Bank, j^'f [ v\^^^"^ri : 

' dent, J. L. Kiinkm. ( ashler. Capital, 
JE $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
•=j est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

McL 268 McL 

Se^McLoud Laura E Miss, teacher A F College 

^ McLoud C M, r 234 N Main. (Tel 55) 

£",McLoud Ella S Mrs, r 234 N Main 

cMcLOUD L P, The Western Carolina Bank, Lewis 

Maddux, pres ; L P McLoud, vice pres ; J Eugene 
Rankin, cashier, West Court Place, r 234 N Main. (See 
^ adv) 

ef McLoud Irene R Miss, bds 234 N Main 

So McLoud Norman C, city editor Daily Citizen, r 234 N Main 
£ McLoud Laura E Miss, teacher A F College, r 234 N Main 
JJ.McLure H S, freight conductor, bds 327 Haywood 
S'jMcLure Ida Mrs, r 327 Haywood 



% I'ste j. §w\m% * 



Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 
DEEDS, and Notary Public, 
a. 30 Patton Avenne. A*lu>vllle. \. <'. 



specialties : Eeal Property and Conveyancing. 



g^McLure Lau»"a, c, house maid, r 327 Haywood 
g'ijMcMickles A, c, lab, r Madison 
I^McMickles Ellen, c, r Madison 
§ McNeely Fanny Miss, bds 78 Park ave 

McNeely T C, private sec'y V E McBee, office R and D Ry 
q Co, bds 78 Park ave 

S McNair Will, bds 3 1 1 S Main 

<* MeNAMEE CHARLES, 2 miles S Main. (Tel office 68 
>gr McNamee Charles Mrs, r Victoria 2 miles S Main 
O McQueen A M, drayman, r 30 Pine 
§5 McQueen A M Mrs, r 30 Pine 

SC McTurk Jennie Miss, bds 190 Haywood 

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& PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street , 



**> Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



D A VOfl Q OMITUlO Stofk ,kf nutKJoisTX'suNftRiEs u ih<> oc 

HAljUil & OlVII fl U mo*t varied and com- 01 D^p JLnnnp || 
pleif of any house in Astaeville. "™ ~ ■— — — ■ — -• — K2. 

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MEAT 2G9 MEL~ I! 



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Means Josie, r West bet East and N Main 

Means J H, mechanic, r West bet N Main and East go 

J mo 

Mears G A, dry goods 33 So Main, r 145 So Main -j"| 

Mears C.L, bds 145 So Main ? 3 

Mears C E, bds 145 So Main || 

Mears Mary, c, r tf Clayton %% 

Mears R L, bds 145 So Main t» 

Mears Gaston, trav salesman N Y, r Atkins and Ed<*e Hill ^' /: 

ave 3 £ 

Mears Gaston Mrs, r Atkins and Edge Hill ave £f 

Mears J J, wks 33 So Main, bds 145 So Main || 

Mears Nannie Miss, bds 145 S Main li- 
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Taylor, Bouis L Brothsrton, 43 ^^^±S^S.b^ 

'SZAOIS SHIIVaH House. 

•scK-D-isr va ausrv ssao.is 0^:13:000 
3JBM- M3 1!!M pus pooyvi 'spoog Buiiisjiunj-asnou. jo sun ||nj 



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Mears S P, wks 33 So Main, bds 145 So Main 2 

Mears Ella F Miss, bds 145 So Main N- 

Mears F A, bds 145 So Main T* 

Mears W N, bds 145 So Main £d 
Medical Journal The, Drs Taylor & Merriwether, Patton ave 3 

Meadows J F, r 129 N Main ^ 

Medley Sallie, c, laundress, r 267 Valley q 

Melton AS, plasterer, r near Chestnut and Main O 
Mellichamp Rosa Miss, pupil H I School 



Melmeth James, photographer, r nr 122 Blanton bet Bailey 

and Grove 
Melmeth Louisa, r nr 122 Blanton bet Bailey and Grove 



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^S^tZH^Z Jas. H, LoupWi "Whits Man's Bar," h 

on exhibiton to attract the < 

attention of the lower trade. - „ ., ,, . , _ , 

But Ftr»t-Class Goods only at * or - SOUtn Mam ana Eagle (Dswn St»ir«.;> 



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Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
d-nt, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

$50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Money 

loaned on Real Estate on long time. 

MEL 270 MES 

Meldau T B. wks Cotton Mills, bds 34 W Haywood 

Meldau Ida, r 34 W Haywood 

Mellis, wid Jno, r 112 Roberts 

Mellis H A, wks Cotton Factory, bds 112 Roberts 

Merrick Duff, atty and notary public, office Legal building, 

bds Cosmopolitan Club 
Merrimon Eliza Miss, r 116 Merrimon ave 
Merrimon Martha Mrs, r 1 16 Merrimon ave 
Merrimon Mary Miss, r 116 Merrimon ave 
Merrimon J G, Cobb & Merrimon attys office Johnston bldg, 



bds Hiawassa Place and Penland 

u a 

ii'f Merrimon Lalien Miss, bds 300 S French Broad ave 

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CI BAILS, =£ 



Estate and Fire Insurance, 
. 5 Patton Ave., Asheville. N. C. 



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Q>. Merrimon E H, collector National Bank of Asheville, bds 

300 S French Broad ave 
|£ Merrimon J H, r 300 S French Broad ave 
a Merrimon A J Mrs, r 300 S French Broad ave 

^Merriweather F T Mrs, r N Asheville 
O Merriweather F T Dr, physician, office Johnston building S 

Main, r N Ashe/ille 
Merrill E W Mrs. r Starnes ave and N Main 
q Merrill Win, electrician, r Starnes ave and N Main 
Jg Merrill W W, bds Cosmopolitan Club 
t-H Messner Mrs, r Winyah House Pine andBaird 
Q Messner Fred, r Winyah House Pine and Baird 

§ McKINNON & PETRIE. Merehant Tailors - Dl SQutb Main street > 

^ Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



Our SoI>\ WATER ami Other Fountain Drinks are conceded the 
best. The only place where whites alone are served. 

RAYSOR & SMITH'S, 

31 Fatton iLvetxue. 



j" CD 

§8. 



MIL ' 271 MIL 

Millard D T Dr, r 58 Orange §0 

Millard D T Mrs. r 58 Orange "£§ 

Millard Katie Miss, teacher City Graded Schools, bas 103 ~| 

Merrimon -*S 

Mills Ida D, bds 112 Roberts f % 

Mills S EMiss, music teacher, bds 112 Roberts g= 

Mills Lizzie Miss, bds bet Hill and Haywood gg- 
Mills Ellen, c, laundress, r Clement near Mountain 
Mills vvid W B, r 29 W Haywood 
Mills Lillie, vvks Cotton Factory, r 29 W Haywood 

Mills Willie, wks Cotton Miils, bds 29 W Haywood K 
Mills Mattie Miss, teacher City Graded Schools, bds 9 Flint 

K CWYN & WEST, ft 

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s. ie. court sq,tt.a.:r,:e. 



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Mills Susan, c, waitress, r Fernihurst 2 miles S Main Q 

Mills Lizzie, c. cook 63 Merrimon ave Q 

Mills Henry, r, lab, r Clement near Mountain M 
Milliken Jasper, wks Cotton Mills, bds River 

Milliken Sallie, wks Cotton Factory, bds River (^ 

Milliken Hayne, wks Cotton Mills, bds near same a 

Millikin Milton, brickmason, bds 120 Cherry q 

Milford Ella, r Fernihurst 2 miles S Main • 
Milford R G, r Fernihurst 2 miles S Main 

Miller Frank, c, wks A F College, r same ~~* 

Miller Sallie Miss, pupil H I School §L 

Miller George W, carp, r 34 Hill m£M 



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!S?SCIALtISfe. 

I romptnIIs and j Jas. B. iougta's "White HanVBar," 

Cor. South Main and Eagle [Down Stairs.] 



v 111 I I; „ n I, Organized May, 1888'; Lewis Maddux 

~ Western Larolina BaiiKr r^rs,^ p - fc ? ftcI ? n i:--a Vio ?: p T 1 ,- 

' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
=■ $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
'S ral Banking Business Transacted.; 

MIL 272 ~ MIL 

S Miller C E Mrs, r 34 Hill 

■S Miller J H, r 26 Buttrick 

w Miller Kittie Mrs, r 26 Buttrick 

§ Miller J M,lab,r Hill 

I Miller Sarah E, r Hill 

= Miller Carrie Miss, bds 26 Buttrick 
if Miller Addie Miss, bds 26 Buttrick 

" Miller Charles, machinist, bds 26 Buttrick 
? Miller Willie, bds 26 Buttrick 

I Miller J B, elk A D Cooper N Court Place, bds 39 W Hay- 
Ji wood 

Sk Miller Charles, wks A Fur Factory, bds 7 Jeff Drive 

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- h S Thai W. Thrash & Co., Cr?iU1 hb 



Bg TF YOU want to make your 

■B § -*- newly married life 

2£ and your dear home uwt, | 

<8° always buy yourconimenclng " 

«2 out-tit from us. Every article at our store is new, neat and handsome, and a 

*■-- first-class store in every respect. 

§J Miller Claudian R Mrs, r 7 Jeff Drive 

*| Miller George M, elk Revell & Wagner 28 Patton ave, r 7 

|| Jeff Drive 

*. Miller — , hostler, r near French Broad Lumber Yards 

'* Miller Miss, r near French Broad Lumber Yards 

c £ Miller — , lab, r near French Broad Lumber Yards 

*-* Miller — Mrs, bds Gano House, Haywood and French Broad 

°*» ave 

52« Miller F M, city elk, r 270 College 

S Miller F M Mrs, r 270 College 

£J Miller Joseph, tel opr, r 270 College 

q Miller Frank, tel opr, r 270 College 

g McKINNON 6 PET.RIE ] Mmi Mm < ® Soiltl1 Main street ' 

^ Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



TT/"E can Sell your Real Estate at a mgner price, 
VV can purchase for you at a lower figure, arid 
charge you less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



i \jK can Sell your Keal bstate at a higher price, 
VV can purchase for yon at a lower figure, and 
charge yon less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



You Will never 
rejjret becoming- 

it customer itt 



Rayscr Ss Smith's Drug Store, 31 Paltsn Avs. || 



Your trade appreciated. Your Interest studied. g^j. 
. 1 1 

MIL 273 . MIL oi 



Miller Carrie Miss, r 270 College »S 

Miller Robert, printer, r 270 College g"§ 
Miller C H, elk H Redwood & Co, 7 and 9 Patton ave, r 24 || 

bpruce % o 

Miller C H Mrs, r 24 Spruce - S * 

Miller R V Mrs, r 270 College |g 

Miller P A, tinner, r 285 College % 

Miller P A Mrs, r 285 College »| 

Miller Stella M Miss, r 72 Woodfin ~§ 

Miller John, tailor, bds 17 Bridge ^| 

Miller G F, carp, East near Seney t g?g- 

Miller G F Mrs, r East near Senev 2-5 

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■■■ I fl til I Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of jjj 

IA/aIiiBhV 'llMIIMBH DEEDS, and Notary Public, 

VV HI .OF U. JU mil Xo. »0 g«ttou Avenue. Asheville, N. 1. m 

if ■■*■■ it i v-mim«m Specialtles; Real property and Conveyancing, a 

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Miller Julius, elk Baltimore clothing store Patton ave, bds /S Z* 

Cherry ' . O 

Miller VV A, teamster, bds 117 Cherry M 

Miller T R, teamster, bds 1 17 Cherry g^ 

Miller — , Miss, bds Gano House Haywood and French ^ 

Broad ave ^ 

Miller — Miss, bds Gano House Haywood and French ^ 

Broad ave ^3 

pa 

Miller — , Miss, bds Gano House Haywood and French 55 

Broad ave op 

Miller D H, watchman, r Victoria, 2 miles south Main 

Miller Charles, bds 307 Bailey 



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k H, Loughran's "We Man's Bar," ^T;^ h 

O Down Stairs. ^ — 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly j* 

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$50,000, Surplus, $20,000. 
Correspondence solicited. 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

. President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 

' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital. 

State, County and City Depository. Your 






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Miller Jerry, c, lab, r 333 Bailey- 
Miller Robert, c, coachman, bds 58 Grove 
Miller Albert, c, coachman 34 Grove 
Miller Alice, c, cook, r Oakland ave nr Glen Rock Hotel 
Miller Joseph, c, coachman 53 Haywood 
Miller Carrie, c, r nr Hill 
Miller Sam, c. gardener, r nr Hill 
Miller Hannah, c, r nr Hill 

Miller Leander, c, wks tobacco factory, r S Beaumont 
Miller Marinda, c, laundress, r S Beaumont 
Miller James, c, brickmason. r S Beaumont 
Miller Violet, c, laundress, r S Beaumont 



Taylor, Bouis SbBrothertoii 

Used exclusively by Penn. R. R. o 



ASnEVILLF.. ET/C. 

No. 43 Patton Ave. under Brand Opera Honse 
Steam Pitting, Gas Pitting, 

7 " ROYAL." GAS MACHINE. 

Several now in Operation in this City. 



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MIMNAUGH FRANK P, dry goods and fashion 

bazaar n Patton ave, bds Spruce and Woodfin. (See 

desc article) 
Mims Kate Miss, pupil A F College 
Mints Richard, c, waiter, r 157 Valley 
Mission Hospital 17 Charlotte, Miss L E Walton matron 
Mischer Henrietta, c, laundress, r Baptist Hill 
Mischer Laura, c, laundress, r Baptist Hill 
Mischer Ida, c, r Baptist Hill 

Mitchell — , elk A D Cooper N Court Place, bds 39 Haywood 
Mitchell Hattie Miss, r Glen Rock Hotel 
Mitchell Mary, chambermaid, Oaks Hotel, r same 



& PETRI E, Mercian Tailors, 58 South MainS 



Cleaning and Repairing Promptly attended to. 



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pnrPpnipTinUP ril I rn Day orlBTlght by competent Apothecaries: CC 
rriLOUniri IUnO IILLlU delivered tree to any part or the City. §J 

Raysor & Smith, 31 Patton Ave. || 

MIT 275 MOL |& 

Mitchell — , harness maker, r 40 Seney i»g 

Mitchell Mrs, r 40 Seney §* 
Mitchell Mary Mrs, bds 59 N Main 
Mitchell Bertie Miss, saleslady " Bon Marche " S Main, bds ? 

59 N Main || 

Mitchell O H, artist, r 274 N Main g| 

Mitchell O H Mrs, r 274 N Main %%_ 

Michael J M, carp, r 56 Centre *£ 

Mitchell Charles, carp, bds 78 Cherry q^ 

Mitchell Fayette, c, r Depot || 

Mitchell Hannah, c. cook 210 Haywood £%, 

Mitchell Amy, c, cook, 136 Bailey t't 

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P T fiAWI ^ Real Estate an( * Fire Insurance, II 

u. 1 . 1111 ff Lu, No 5 Patton Ave A8heville N c 11 

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Mitchell A P, mngr W U T Co, office over First National If 
Bank, bds 32 Bailev J, 

MITCHELL F E, gentlemen's furnishings, shoes and • 

hats 28 Patton ave, bds 59 Church. (See desc article) Pt 
Mitchell Rachel Mrs, bds 57 Church S 

Michael J M Mrs, r 56 Centre ^ 

Michael John, carp, r 56 Centre Q 

Mitchell L, carp, bds jS Cherry O 

Mobley John, c, bell boy Battery Park 
Modlin J C, lab, r nr Cotton Factory 

Modlin Mary, r nr Cotton Factory q 

Moll Hy,bds 44 Phillip 
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The Neatest and most Quiet Place In Town to spend an hour or two at Z^ 
BILLIARD* or POOL, and at the same time " smile." is at eg 

JAS. H. LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR," ™r \% 

' (Down Stairs.) « 



• Western Carolina Bank ' 



President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. E, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 



^ $50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
•^ and Teller's Window for the exclusive use 



use of the Ladies. 



•^ MON 276 MOO 

-*■ Mousey Cordia Miss, pupil H I School 
2* Monroe Flora Miss, pupil A F College 

Monroe Will, vvks Cotton Factory, r nr same 
J Monroe E D, insurance agent, bds Swan Hotel 
J- Monteath, wid Wm, r 30 Blanton 
Monteath Archibald, bds 30 Blanton 
■tf Monday L Mrs, r 16 Bearden ave 
!>. Monday C S, broker, office N Main, r Bearden ave 
</ Monday Hattie, bds 250 Patton ave 

Monday Theo. bds nr Glen Rock Hotel 
£•1 Monday Alonzo, r nr Glen Rock Hotel 
« s Monday Thomas, r nr Glen Rock Hotel 



S E Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. ; VV. B. Gwyx, President. 

ojr — — — — — ■ 

w.2 Mondav Charles U, elk, r nr Glen Rock Hotel 

§£ Monday A C, merchant, r nr Glen Rock Hotel 

« Monday S S Mrs, r nr Glen Rock Hotel 

Moody Ella E Miss, r Victoria \)/± miles south Main 

Moody J S, r Victoria 15^ miles south Main 
t^j Moody Bessie E Miss, r Victoria I l / x miles south Main 
^ Moody Jennie E Miss, r Victoria \y± miles south Main 

MOODY C E, Pr Asheville Artificial Stone and and 
Tile Works, office 30 Patton ave, r Victoria \]^ miles 
south Main. (Tel 73.) (See adv) 
hjj Mooney R D, carp, bds 346 Haywood 
O Mooney Martha Miss, bds 346 Haywood 

g McKINNON & PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

^ ' — — — 

5r CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PFRITY OF GOODS, o 

OLm:\Ess to <:it»tomers, and C o 

RUnPTXESN WITH ORDER 1 * AXO PRESCRIPTIOXSg o 

H-A.TTSOR <*s SMITH, 31 Fattoix A/vo.^ 

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MOO 277 MOO 



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Mooney Jonathan, contractor, r 346 Haywood 

Mooney S E Mrs, r 346 Haywood 

Mooney Bert, c, teamster, r Baptist Hill 

Mooney Hy, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 

Moore Ella, bds Riverside Park Hotel 

Moore Rebecca, wks Cotton Factory, bds 511 Haywood 2^ 

Moore Merit, wks Cotton Factory, bds 511 Haywood g_g. 

Moore Clem, c, wks Midler's Saloon, r 176 Pine 

Moore Harriet, c, cook, r 176 Pine 

Moore E E, wks Cotton Factory, bds 35 W Haywood 

Moore R R, wks Cotton Factory, bds 36 W Haywood pH 

Moore Manerva, wks Cotton Factory, bds 36 W Haywood 

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Mill hf^nA/ 1 ft Keeps everything: in the HousAd 
I VV I I III WH to 9V VVI ^""lisJiins line, as well as a lar S c^ 
line of China, Glass. Lamps, «fcc. ^3 
.^ 

Moore Maud Miss, r 24 Depot Q 

Moore Charles A Mrs, r Merrimon ave nr Chestnut Q 

Moore Charles A Judge, atty at law, office 1 and 2 Legal M 

building, r Merrimon ave nr Chestnut 
Moore George, c, butler, r near 36 Brick j^P 

Moore Jennie, c, laundress, r near 36 Brick ^ 

Moore B W, travel salesman Baltimore, r Grand Central ^ 

Moore James R, stenographer R&D Ry Co, r 204 College, 
Moore James R Mrs, r 204 College 
Moore Annie Miss, teacher city graded schools, bds Hiawas.se" - * 

place |i. 

Moore Henry, r Winyah House, Pine and Baird *" 



JAS. II. LOUGHRAN'S 'WHITE MAN'S BAR,"! 



The WHISKIES 
WINES AND 

UllUl 111 UUL " Ull.li 1 KJ II I 1 I I U HHILI KJ IMUl 

BRANDIES AT 

Have been recommended bv the leading physicians of the State for medicinaE^ 
purposes. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. *"» 



- Western Carolina Bank. ' 



Organized May 1888; Lewis Maddux, President. 
" . P. M " 



McLoud. Vice-President, J. E. Rankin, 
Cashier. Directors— Lewis Maddux, Geo. S. 
Powell, J. E. Rankin, C. M. McLoud, J. E. Ray, 
-2 S. H. Reed, M. J. Bearden, J. K. Reed, M. J. Fagg. Capital, $50,000; Surplus, 
~ 820,000. State, County and City Depository. 
<& 

MOO 278 ~ MOO~~ 

**!• Moore Henry Mrs, r Winyah House, Pine and Baird 

^ Moore Abbie Miss, r Winyah House, ne cor Pine and Baird 

v -"' Moore Annie, cook, 244 Chestnut 

s Moore Rita, c. cook, ne cor Merrimon ave and Chestnut 
\ Moore Bascom, private secretary to Clerk of Court, r N Main 

is and North 

Moore Bascom Mrs, r North Main and North 

Moore J C, dry goods and notions, N Main, r 300 No Main 

*? Moore Martha E Mrs, r 300 N Main 

J Moore Mary E, wid, bds 52 Woodfin 

««' Moore Y D, conductor Motor Car Line, r 179 S Main 

11 Moore H E, r 179 S Main 

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-; |E| 1 II ft I Attorney at Law, COMMISSIONER of 






Walter S. Cushman. 

11 »■■•■ »■ v«ituiu«u ? SpgqialIies: m property ami conyeyanclnit 



DEEDS, and Notary Public, 
Sfo. 30 Pa (ton Avenne. Ashevllle, X. C 



£5 

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g- Moore Thomas, <:, r 287 S Main 

g« Moore Mary, c, r 287 S Main 

-a, Moore Fed, coachman, r 83 S Main 

Moore Ella, bds Cripple Creek 

*• Moore Emma, bds Cripple Creek 

^ Moore S F, carp, bds Cripple Creek 

^ Moore J A, bds Cripple Creek 

•** Moore Harvey, c, lab, r near 64 Poplar 

S 2 ? Moore J B, carpenter, r Cripple Creek 

C/3 Moore J L, bookkeeper, r 30 Silver 

p^j Moore Maggie A r 30 Silver 

q Moore Oscar W, bds 30 Silver 



B Mill & FDTRIE, Mercha 5Jai?Set 58 South 

2 CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



RnVCflQ 2 ^IMITU'Q The Most Complete Stock of J 

n/UoUn & olYII rl o. p nre Drugs, Rare Chemicals and Patent Medicines; 



32. CPattcn. -A-Tre:n.-i3.e- 



MOO 279 MOR m 

Moore Gracic M, bds 30 Silver _^ 

Moore Cora E, bds 30 Silver ® 

Moore Robt, c, butler, 34 Grove m 

Mooie Jos, c, house boy, 31 Haywood ^ 

Moore Thomas, c, lab, bds Madison • 

Moore Harrison, c, lab, r 39 Hill g 

Moore Lydia, c, r 39 Hill 
Moore Lemon, c, bds 39 Hill 

Moore Savannah, c, bds 39 Hill O 

Moore Ben, c, lab, bds 39 Hill 
Moore Ted, c, bds 39 Hill 
Moore Ben, <r, house boy, 95 Pine 



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Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, N 



ASHEVILLE, 3T. C. 

o. 43 Patton Avenue, under Grand Opera 

House. "WOODLAWN" 



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Thomas. Roberts. Stevenson Stoves & Ranges, [WOOD] COOK STOVES. g s 

Also, Bridgeford & Co. 's Steel Ranges. Specialty Made ot Hotel Ranges g S 



Moore Sarah, c. cook Bridge near Woodfin < * 

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Montgomery Riley, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 

Montgomery E Mrs, modiste, r W Havwood near Smith's pg. 

CO 

Bridge & S" 
Montgomery Walter, wks Cotton Factory, bds Roberts and §f 

Buxton %* 

Montgomery Nell, teacher, Home Ind School §0 

Montgomery Lizzie, matron Home Ind School p| 

Morehead Lizzie, r, chmbrmaid, r 14 Hilterbrand ?« 

Morehead Julia, c, laundress, r near 64 Poplar ^W 

Morehead Lizzie, c, housemaid, Ravenscroft School ?■? 
Morant Jas, r, r Depot 



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S^-wmaS&S. Jas, H.Loughtan's "While Man's Baf/P 

on exhibition to attract the 1 » £ 

attention of the lower trade. Cor. South Main and Eagle, Down Stairs. ' E. 
But First-Class Goods only at /■ 



•ip ._, ■ ii ■ I Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

- wssiern Guolini E&nk president - l - p - McL ° ud - ^p***- 

^ Wilt WIN UfHAUHUli MfHilOi dent> j E . R ankin) Cashier. Capital 
:= $50,000, Surplus, §20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

MOR 280 MOR~~ 

5T Morrison T S Mrs, r-Pearson ave, I mile northwest Asheville 
^ MORRISON THEODORE S, merchant, r Pearson ave, 

I mile northwest Asheville. (See descriptive article) 

« Morrison Henrietta Miss, prof nurse, bds Atkinson 
& Morrison James, wks Asheville Fur Factory, bds 6o Depot 
* .Morrison J W, bds Gano House, Haywood and French 

-+S Broad ave 

o- Morrison J W Mrs, bds Gano House, Haywood and French 

«* Broad ave 

« Morrison Mary, c, cook 474 W Haywood 

< i Morrison Tom W, removed to Atlanta, Ga 

5*2 Morris Daisy Miss, bds 348 Haywood 

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is fl I Tl A HFT P Real Estate and Fire Insurance, 



C.T.RAWLS 



' No. 5 Parton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



at Morris R T, shoemkr, r 348 Haywood 
!'| Morris D A Mrs, r 348 Haywood 
5 Morris Eva Miss, r 53 College 

ce 

£ Morris Faburn, carp, bds 42 Woodfin 

..Morris Alta Mrs, r 42 Woodfin 
O Morris C F, carp, bds 78 Cherry 
Morris A E, carp, bds 78 Cherry 
^Morris Lettie L, bds 78 Cherry 
£5 Morris A F, farmer, r 78 Cherry 
^Morris A F Mrs, r 78 Cherry 
^Morris T H, tobacconist, bds 155 N Main 
£ Morris Emma, c, cook, r 156 Church 

i M&KUM Si PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 Ml Main Street, 



CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



WE can Insure your Life or Property in the best 
Companies in existence and at the lowest rates. 
We can rent you a house of any description. 

JENKS &, JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



WE can Insure your Life or Property in the best 
Companies in existence and at the lowest rates. 
We can rent you a house of any description. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Cstate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave,, Asheville, N. C. 



DAVCDD 9 OMNTUIO stock of »r^««ists' sckdries is ti»«.i 

flnluUn & ulVII I II O most varied anil com- 01 DnjfnTi iypiinp j 
pleto of any house in Ashe villi*.. — — — ' 



MOR 281 ' MOR m 

Morris Henry, c, barber, r 156 Church , 22 

Morris Julia, c, cook 90 Patton ave CD 

Morris James, c, porter " White Man's Bar " 46 S Main, r 127 m 

Vallev 
Morris Mattie, c, laundress, r 25 Ililterbranci ?* 

Morris Louisa, r 25 Hilterbrand ££ 

Morris William, c, wks Hampton and Featherstone, N Main, ^ 

r 25 Hilterbrand 5 

Morris Ella, c, cook Atkins and Edge- Hill ave £ 

Morris Thomas, c, waiter Battery Park, r 134 S Pine © 

Morris Mary, c, r 134 S Pine ^ 

Morrow John, bkkpr French Broad Lumber Co,bds 68 Depot ^ 

Guiyn^CHest, "™X;:E~| 

Established 1SS1, S. E' CoURT SQUARE. f» 

* ____ s? 



Morrow Thomas, vice pres French Broad Lumber Co. r 68 £« 

Depot 
Morrow Eliza Mrs, r 68 Depot ..a 

Morrow W H, bds 6S Depot • If 

Morrow Charles T, lumber inspector French Broad Lumbers 2 

Co, bds 68 Depot <«£ 

Morgan Sallie Miss, pupil H I School g£ 

Morgan Daniel, bds 7$ Academy *£ 

MORGAN J N, J N Morgan & Co, booksellers andp 

stationers, 3 N Main, r Raymoth 2 miles north Merri- „ ffi 

mon ave. (See adv) ^ ^F 

Morgan J N Mrs, r Raymoth 2 miles north Merrimon ave gg 

_ = rt> 

EL* 
The Neatest and Most (feniet place in Town to spend an hour o«Te 
two at Milliards or Pool, and at the same time 'smile," is at ^q 

Cqr.jouth Main fffiglgp g 

iDowu Stuns.) & 

■9 " 



Jas, H, Louffhran's "We ManVfiar, 

' IQ -O * 



2 Western Carolina Bank, s?^^-I^^^rv 

' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
~ $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
't£ ral Banking Business Transacted. ' 

% . . . 

MOR 282 MOR 

^ Morgan D Charles, r Raymoth 2 miles north Merrimon ave 
g Morgan J P, elk Bostic Bros & Wright n N Main, r 205 
Woodfin 

§j Morgan Willis, r 205 Woodfin 
J5 Morgan J P Mrs, r 205 Woodfin 

o Morgan Cassius, elk Asheville Dry Goods Co, N Main, r 
^ 205 Woodfin 

£l Morgan J M Mrs, r 36 Pine 

. Morgan Jesse M, elk Swatzberg Patton ave, r 36 Pine 

Morgan Eva Miss, saleslady Mimnaugh Patton ave, r Grove, 
$i bet Bailey and French Broad ave 

«§<£ Morgan Richard, r Grove bet Bailey and French Broad ave 

S2 



CWYN & WEST, 



11 tim Sunset Mountain Land Go. ^ ffeats . 



C >. Morgan E, bds Ravenscroft School 

23 Morgan Bettie Miss, r Grove bjt Bailey and French Broad ave 
2* Morgan Walter, bds Grove bet Bailey and French Broad ave 
s Morgan Ella miss, saleslady '' Bon Marche," r Grove bet 

Bailey and French Broad ave 
O Morgan Annie, r Grove bet Bailey and French Broad ave 

Morgan E, c, fruit man, r 130 Valley 

Morgan Harriet, c, laundress, r 130 Valley 
q Morgan Will, c, whitewashes r 283' Depot 
^ Morgan Ella, c, r 283 Depot 
in Morgan George B, carp, bds 2 Blanton 
O Morgan Berrenice, r Grove bet Bailey and French Broad ave 

g McKINNQN & PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 Sooth Main Street, 

2 Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



RAYSOR & SMITH'S 



Stoek of DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES is th«» 
n,o S tv«riedHadcon,. 3] PattOTI kiTO |g 
plete of any house In Ashevllle. mm mmm —~ m "^ * 2 re 

3" CD 

. 5-g 

MOR 283 MUL §= 

— . g (B 

Morgan George W, tobacconist, r Grove bet Bailey and %2, 

French Broad ave g^ 

Moss C A Miss, bds Van Gilder House g» 

Moss Hattie, bds 192 S Main £g 

Moss Susan Miss, r n.6 Church gr 

Mosher Frank, elk Battery Park Hotel, r same -£ 

Mosher Frank Mrs, r Battery Park Hotel |q 

Motz Carrie, c, chambermaid Battery Park Hotel, r Eagle nr £o 

Valley Z< 

Mowbray Anna Miss, bds 120 Haywood " 

Mun Charlie, wks Chinese laundry 12 N Main, r same §'.3 

v 2, 
Mulwee John, lab, bds 234 Patton ave -2-F 



»2 



The Snosei Mount&ia U&d Co. 0WYM * W _£_ H 

■ • 

Murray J L Mrs, r 445 S Main 

SO 
Murray J L, city supt water works and streets, r 45 S Main *_. 

Murray Lem, c, r 137 Va'ley © 

Mullinax Gaston, lab, r near 436 North Main ^ 

Mull Willie, drayman, bds 300 Grove 2 

MULLER W 0, Propr Muller's Exchange, cor College y 

and Water, (Tel 20), r 16 Charlotte (See desc art) «_ 

Muller W O Mrs, r 16 Charlotte 

Muller J D, r 16 CJiarlotte O 

Muller J 1) Mrs, r 16 Charlotte 

Muller Mattie, r, cook, 118 Woodfin ^ 

Muller M'Liss, c, cook, 58 Poplar ~" 



£&HrfeSTS!«£. Jas. H, Itubu'i "We Mai's Bir.f 

on exhibiton to attract the ' 1 r-» 

attention of the lower trade. «. 8 «.*i. v.i- ..j v. -1* ,* - . ?5~ 

But First-Class Goods only at w0r ' SOUtn Mam ana Sagie (S»ws Sulri. _ 



Organizel May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 
. President, L. P. McLoud, VicePresi- 
' dent, J. E. Rankin. Cashier. Capital, 
jj[ $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
•— est' paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

MUL~ ~ 284~ MYE 



gTMuller Andy, c, lab, 58 Poplar 

It Murphy Clarence W, wks R&D R'y Co, bds Van Gilder 
fc^, House 

^Murphy Fredk, eng, bds 452 South Depot 
1 Murphy J L, bds 182 South Main 
■* Murphy R M, c, bds Patton ave 
& Murphy Ellen, c, laundress, r 35 Gudger 
aj Murphy Geo, c, railroader, r 35 Gudger 
§? Murphy Albert, c, waiter, 35 Gudger 
£ Murdock Ella Miss, pupil A F College' 

2 JVIurdock Maggie Miss, saleslady, Perry's South Main, bds 
S-i South French Broad ave 



i3 The Sunset Mountain Land Co. 



CWYM & WEST 

AGENTS. 

2'i S». 3E3. Court- &c±ia*&xrle>. 

_j c — _ . 

gjMurdock Agnes Miss, saleslady at T C Smith & Co's, South 

S'S Main, bds South French Broad 

.t w Murrougli Ola, c, housemaid, ne cor Merrimon ave and Chest- 

5 nut 

ik. * 

Murrousjh Mary, c, laundress, r Hill and Buttiick 
^Murrough Logan, c, waiter, r Hill and Buttrick 
£>Murrough Hettie, bds Hill & Buttrick 
^MURROUGH NOAH, Restaurant and Short Order 

gpr House, Patton ave (See desc art) . 

OMyer D M, wks cotton factory, bds near same 
j^Myer Bettie, wks cotton factory, r near same 
ESS Myers Wm, machinist, bds near cotton mills 



& PETRIE MerehMt Tailoi ' s ' 5ij s "" th Mai " strcpt - 



** Cleaning' and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



HA I dUn & Omlln U most varied and com. jjj P^g^ AvenilBi *I 
plete of any house In Asheville. g *" 



MYE 285 " NEI |g 

■ — — ~o 

Myers J N, Weaver & Myers, The Shoe Store, 39 Patton-" 3 

ave, r 24 Davidson «o 

■ tl> o 

Myers J N Mrs, r 24 Davidson "™| 

Myers Wm, bds 162 South Main PS 



N 



ASH MARY MRS, bds 76 Haywood 



Naylor Laura J, 163 S Main - §n 

Naylor W W, merchant, r 163 S Main |^ 

Neal Joseph, vvks Cotton Factory, r near same q~ 

Neal John, wks Cotton Factory, r near same • jjsr 

Neal Furman, c, lab, r near street car junction, South Side §p 



ave 



Co. 






w 



GWYN & WEST, 

-A-grexita. 

S-..-H!- COTJET SQJT^LlREi. 

Neal Myra, £, r near street car junction, South Side ave 
Neal David, r, lab, r Madison 

Neeley J W, clerk H Redwood & Co, 7 and 9 Patton ave, r 
same 

bad 

Neeley John, clerk Redwood & Co, 7 and 9 Patton ave, bds S 
27 Spruce • "_g| 

Neil Henry, r, lab, r Baptist Hill O 

Neil Julia, <r, laandress, r Baptist Hill gP 

Neilson R L, elk Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, Patton ave, 

bds Western Hotel 
Neilson Mrs, bds Western Hotel 'q 

Neilson Charles storehouse keeper Swan Hotel, r same 



- 



^SS^STSLSL k. H, Loam's "We Mai's Bar," || 

on exhibiton to attract the --------- ^^ 

attention of the lower trade. -.„ n,,,^ vr»;> ... -»»i« ,„ „* . , S 

But Flrst-Ciass Goods only at Cor. bOttt- Main and Eagle i»ot. Stabi.) ? 



• Wfifltfini MM Rfl RRnk. President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 

w* uooioiii umuima uai^i dent/ T E Kankin Cash - ieri Capital% 

jg $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
^ est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Dep ar tment. 

% NEL 286 NIC 

-* . . . 

^Nelems Sol, c, coachman, 64 N French Broad ave 

, Nelson Dr M L, physician, r 71 Woodfin, office same 
g£ Nelson M L Mrs, r 71 Woodfin 
.Nelson, Charles, Nelson Bros, grocers, r7i Woodfin 

g Nelson Rev Dr W A, pastor First Baptist Church, Woodfin 
J£ and Spruce, r 2J Charlotte 

§ Nelson WA Mrs, r 27 Charlotte 

IS Nelson W A, grocer, N Main and Chestnut street, r same 
r- Nelson Mattie Mrs, N Main and Chestnut 
<A Nelson Bertha A Miss, rChurch 
g| Nelson Clara H Miss, r Church 
5-fNelson J R, bds 27 Silver 

«U75. __ 

11 TheSunsetMnuntainLandCo. CWYN * *"!„, 

k£ s». 3ES. Coui-t Square, 

2~Newton John, fireman, bds Jefferson Drive near freight depot 

^INewland B A Mrs, r Cherry near N Main 

SJJNevvland Laura Miss, r Cherry near N Main 

k Newland Thomas, bds Cherry near N Main 

c Newland B A, passenger agent C & A Ry, r Cherry near N 

T Main 

^Neville House, 46 to 50 S Main, O Neville, proprietor 
^Nicholson John, grocer, r 174 Pine 

Nichols C A, construction clerk US P O, r 172 Chestnut 
§Nichols, C A Mrs, r 172 Chestnut 
SCNichols May Miss, r 172 Chestnut 
h^Nichols Carrie Miss, r 172 Chestnut 

c" ' 

J McKINNQN & PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 Sooth Main Street, 

-«• Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



niUOnn OIIITIIIO Stock of DRrGOISTH' SUNDRIES i» Ibe 

KAYMln &■ dMI I Hi 



moot varied and com- Q] Dottnn Awonno C 
plel* of any ttoiue In A-beville. 



31 Patton Ayscne. s 






x2, 



M 3J 



NIC 287 NOL 

- . . _____ . . 

Nichols Richard Jr, bds 4 Jefferson Drive p Q 

Nichols Egbert, bds 4 Jefferson Drive h| 

Nichols Alice Miss, bds 4 Jefferson Drive pjj* 

Nichols Annie Miss, bds 4 Jefferson Drive "S 
Nichols Richard, scaler, French Broad Lumber Co, r 4 Jeffef-S^ 

son Drive 2 = 



Nichols Mary Mrs, r 4 Jefferson Drive 
Nies E H, supt Cosmopolitan Club, S Main, r same 
Nies Amie Mrs, r Cosmopolitan Club, S Main 
'Nix Marsh, carpenter, bds 27 Spruce 

Nix Roxy, bds Cripple Creek HH 
Nix Carrie, r McDowell near Fitch's Planing Mills 

Gcuyn^GUest, REAL ,^ A R I E N w,@ 

Established 1881. S. E. CoURT SQUARE. <| 

Nix A, carp, r McDowell near Fitch's Planing Mills Q 

Nix Bell, cook S French Broad ave Q 

Nix wid Francis, r S French- Broad W 
Nix Bell Miss, r S French Broad 

Nix Falba, r S French Broad CS? 

Nix Joseph R, tanner, bds S French Broad ave a 

Noland D G, groceryman S Main, r 136 Bailey q 

Noland J J, Motor Car Line, bds 136 Bailey • 
Noland Annie G, r 136 Bailey 

Noland Mary M, r 136 Bailey # ~* 

Noland R B, groceryman S Main, r 136 Bailey gL 

Noland M C, groceryman S Main, r 136 Bailey *^ 

, . m ~fM 

~~ _*- 

The Ifeatest and Most Qniet place In Town to spend an hoor or »-a 

two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time 'smile," is at _^g 

Cor. South Main Si EagI e IB _ 



Jas. H. Loughran's.'TOe Man's=Bar, 



(Down Stairs.) 



2 Western Carolina Bant 2-^^.^^^^^: 

' dent, J. h,. Rankin, Cashier. Capital. 
= $50,000, Surplus, *20.000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
'5 ral Banking Business Transacted. * ' 

~ NOR ~~28S~~ 0'CO~ 



■of North Carolina B and L Association, J J Hill, gen'i mngr, r 

j£ Hillside 

&* 

s — ' Norton Lucinda, bds 14 Phillip 

s Norvill Sue, r Bailey bet Blanton and Church 

_£• Norvill Thos W Jr, bds Bailey bet Blanton and Church 
» Norvill T W, shoemkr, r Bailey bet Blanton and Church. 

-*§ (See descriptive article) 

Norman Gaston, shoemkr, bds 149 Haywood 
. Norman Lee, carp, bds 47 Broad ave 

I Nowell John, shoemkr, bds 73 N Main 

%& Nowell Charles, shoemkr, bds 73 N Main 

«k Nowell Sarah, bds y^ N Main 

I % tat Mountain M Co. CWYN & WE 1^^ 

"a 

Sg • S. IE. GOTJET SQUAEB. 

£~ Nowell W M, shoemkr, r N Main 

1% Nowell Mollie, r N Main 

2 1 Nowell — , wks A Shoe Factory, "r 42 N Main 

Nowell Mrs, r42 N Main- 
fa 

«-£ r^AKS HOTEL, Oak bet Woodftn and College, (Tel 44) 

*-* ^*^ Greenwell & Sites, Propr 

°^* O'Conner Katie, bds 5 16 W Haywood 

S 2 ? O'Conner Mary, bds 5T.6W Haywood 

t/i O'Connor Mrs, bds 155 Patton ave 

^ O'Connor P, bds 159 Patton ave 

<3 O'Connor Mamie, bds 159 Patton ave 

»-> — — 

g McKINNON & PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Streetr 

g| Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. ' 



WE make a specialty of Mineral and Timber 
Lands, and have at all times such properties 
on hand. We are in direct communication with 
capital seeking such investments. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



WE make a specialty of Mineral and Timber 
Lands, and have at all times such properties 
on hand. We are in direct communication with 
capital seeking such investments. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



■SriF fyw k Smith's hg StoJlMtsnkf 



Your trade appreciated. Your lntere»t studied. 



O'CO 289 O'NF 



p' 



O'Connor John, wks Cotton Factory, r 516 W Haywood &S". 

O'Connor Annie, r 516 W Haywood "|'E 

O'Connor Jack, bricktnason, bds Buck Tavern %\ • 

O'Donnell Condv, John O'Donnell & Co, propr " Boston 2-c 

. 9 Si 

Saloon" 39 S Main, r same -°°® 

O'DONNELL JOHN, John O'Donnell & Co, propr || 

" Boston Saloon " 39 S Main, r same. (See descriptive"'*. 

article) s?| 

Odam Maggie, wks Cotton Factory, r 82 Haywood p g 

Odam Annie, wks Cotton Factory, bds 32 Haywood &S ' 

Odam J M, stonecutter, r 32 Haywood . gj-g- 

Odom Lou, r 32 Haywood £0 

THE ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY ^ 

Wm. \V. Wasty Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. ^ 

Odom Paul, c, brickmason, bds 16 Short ^1- 

Ogdin Hatfield, r 38 Short O 

Ogdin Isabella Mrs, r 38 Short 2 

Ogburn A'R, collecting agent, bds Western Hotel a© 

Olive Percy, tel opr, bds 32 Bailey ^ 

Oldham John, wks A Fm Factory, r near Broom Factory ^ 

Olney George Mrs., bds 55 College ijg 
Olney George R. cik, bds 55 College 
Olney Dan, bkkpr, bds 55 College 
Oetzel VV J, bkkpr, Swannanoa Hotel, r same 
O'Neal Sidney, c, horseshoer, r 15 Water 
O'Neil Emma, c, cook, Cherry, near North Main 



go 









II Cor. So. Main & Eagle. SJ 



Jas, H.louahran's "White Man's Bar, 

O ' Down Stairs. ^ — 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly < y 



w |||' . ■ * li a I Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

-; Western Carolina Bank, f£¥*SZ££z?& 

:= $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

ORP 290~ OWE 

£? Orpin P C, carp, r 1 16 Cherry 
__. Orpin Rebecca H, r 116 Cherry 
^ Orpin Annie B Miss, r 116 Cherry 

^ Orr Annie Miss, pupil H I School 

g Orr wid Marshall, r 42 Woodfin 
■* Orr Thos, r 42 Woodfin 
jg Orr Marshall, r 42 Woodfin 

(2 Orr Adeline, prof nurse, r Victoria, 1*4 mi South Main 
99 Orr wid Wm, r Fernihurst, 2 mi South Main 
£ Orr Mary, c,x 168 Baily 
52 Orr Clara, c, laundress, r 120 Academy 
£« Orr Green, c, lab, bds 120 Academy 



5o 



. THE ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY 

£"* Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyx, President. 

-I c 

<•- — 

SjrOsborne Florence, c, cook, r Hill, near Buttrick 
g'| Osborne James, elk Theo S Morrison, genl merchandise, W, t 
t" 5 Haywood, bds Roberts & Buxton 

g Osley Jas, bds 29 W Haywood 
^Osley Mrs, bds 29 W Haywood 
^ Oseby Will, ptr, bds near cotton factory 
^ Oseby Lou, bds near cotton factory 
<$ Overman E R, bkkpr R & D R'y Co, r 28 'Vance 
J23 Overman E R Mrs, r 28 Vance 

^ Owens J L, elk Big Rackett, 15 South Main, r same 
}^ Owens Maggie, bds 25 North Main 
W Owens T R Mrs, 25 North Main 

g McEINNON Si PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 53 South Main Street, 

g CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



99 

PURITY OF GOODS, . § S 

OLITENESS TO CUSTOMERS, »tid %& 

ROMPTXESS WITH ORDERS AND PRESCRIPTIONS M 8 

nAYS OR «t> SMITH, 31 Fatton Avo . |2, 

OWE 201 - P AR |f 

5' 3 



Owens Marion, ptr, bds 25 North Main • 

Owens Robt, ptr, bds 25 North Main 

Owens Ja.nes, tinner, bds 25 North Main -^8 

Owens R T, bds 25 North Main 

Owens L A Mrs, r 348 Haywood 

Owens W E, sign painter, 348 Haywood 

Owens T VV, sewing mach agt, bds Patton ave and Church egg 

Owens Jno, sewing mach agt, bds 31 French Broad ^£ 

Owenby Lila Miss, pupil H I School 4» 

Owenby Ro L, groceryman No 5 College, r 117 Cherry |» 

Owenby Herbert, bds 333 South Main |o 

Owenby R L Mrs, r 1 17 Cherry 



Moo 

£) 01 



o." 



2.P 



ro l i 



Gwyn & West, 



3RE-A.JL. estate, 



p 

©J? 

P co 






Established 1SSI. S. E. CO URT SQUARE. 

Owenby P A, r 333 South Main 
« Owenby M A^nes, r 333 South Main 



P 



ACK GEORGE W, r Merrimon ave & 

Pack George W Mrs, r Merrimon ave — 

Pack Beuhh B Miss, r Merrimon ave ^ 

Page Columbus, carp, bds Southside ave nr Cripple Creek O 
Page G W, butcher, r 270 N Main 
Page G W Mrs, r 270 N Main 
Palmer J C, groceryman, r 76 Charlotte 
Palmer J C Mrs, r 76 Charlotte © 

Parish Laura Miss, pupil H I School 

■ ■ »o 

I* 



O 



JAS. H. LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR/'il 



Th« WHISKIES 
WINES AND 
BRANDIES AT 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the State for medicinal* • 
purposes. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE. Down Stair*. ? 



- Western Carolina .Bank, fs^ ^v^:^»: 

' dent, J. E, Rankin. Cashier. Capital,. 
JL $50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
•5: and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 

PAR . 292 ~ PAR~ 



0m 



OE'H 

es . 



2S PARMLEY GEORGE I, Asheville Invsstmeat Co se 

"S cor Court Place, r opposite Oaks Hotel 

'*-'• Parmley George I Mrs, r opposite Oaks Hotel 
s Parmley Grace M Miss, r opposite Oaks Hotel 
£ Park James Dr, bds 63 Church 

Parks Ava Miss, pupil H I School 

Parks James, c, lab, r Depot nr freight depot 

Parks Jennie, c, r Depot nr freight depot 

Parker Laura, c, laundress, r Cripple Creek 

Parker Alexander, c, lab, bds Cri>ple Creek 

Parker M T, c, shoemaker, r 157 Valley 

Parker Lucinda Miss, r 250 N Main 



B 

O rl 

2-J """ 

3* Wm. W, West, Sec. and Treas, \V. B. Gwyn, President. 

uiT , * * __ 

2 

w ."a Parker George A, carp, r nr Hill 

|| Parker M E Mrs, r nr Hill 

1 Parker Mary A, bds 429 S Main 

2 Parker H N, bds 429 S Main 

: Parker James, brickmason, bds 510 VV HiyvvooJ 

^ Parker Elizabeth, r nr Cotton Mills 

Parker Abbie, wks Cotton Mills, r nr same 

Parker Jennie, wks cotton mills, bds near s.imj * 

S Parker Mollie, wks cotton factory; bds near sain.' 






Parker M M, drayman, r near cotton miils 



^ Parker Mosetta, c, bds Roberts 



McKINNDU & PETBIE, faw ^ 58 Srt M^ln Street; 



g CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PURITY OF GOODS. - © 

OEITEXESS TO CUSTOMERS, and jgg 

ROMPTXESS WITH ORDERS AXD PRESCRIPTIOXSg g 






RAYSOR cfc SIVEITiat, 31 Fattott -A.xr© 



wis 



- 



PAR 293 PAT _f§ 

Parker Willie, wks a fur factory, bds 266 Patton ave 

Patton Ed, bds 311 S Main || 

Patton Annie, c, cook, 32 Bailey ej 

Patton J Mont,' carpenter, bds 300 Grove gg 

Patton Nancy A, r College near N Main 

Patton John, lab, r College near N Main || 

Patton Pink, r near 139 Beaumont f| 
Patton Mrs, r near 139 Beaumont • 
Patton John, r near 139 Beaumont 

Patton Ester Mrs, r near 139 Beaumont _^ 
Patton Cipt Thomas VV, superintendent Electric Street Ry,W 
office S Main, r 95. Charlotte (Telephone 56) 

Gwyn & West, "^S^S^B 

Established isSi. ' S'."E. ; Court Square. S 

Patton Mrs, wid James W, r 95 Charlotte Q 

Patton T L Miss, r 95 Charlotte Q 

Patton Thomas VV Mrs, r 95 Charlotte M 
Patton Frank, C E, r Hillside near East 

Patton Frank Mrs, r Hillside near East . £* 

Patton Hester, c, laundress, r 27 Gudger **> 

Patton West, c, coachman, r 27 Gudger a 

Patton Mans, carpenter, bds Madison '• 
Patton Robert H, carpenter, r 24 Blanton 

Patton Mary M, r 24 Bailey ^" 

Patton Laura, c, nurse, r Yarboro Place, South Asheville *i. 

Patton O A, lab, Yarboro Place, South Asheville ^ 

•^S* JAS. H. LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR,! 

BRANDIES AT -„> 

Have been recommended by the loading phyaicianR of the state for medicinuCs- 
parposes. ' COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. W 



~ li/nnlnrn Pornlinn Donl/ Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

« western uaroiina BanK, r re » ide T n v L p * ***»& vic ^fi- 

' dent, J. L, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
£: $50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
*5 and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 



PAT 294 PAY 



4 

^ Patton Martha H Miss, r 309 S Main 
g Patton Jessie, bds 429 S Main 
^Patton John, bds 429 S Main 

g Patton Kate Miss, r 429 S Main 
45 Patton Annie D Miss, r 429 S Main 

S Patton J W, r 309 S Main 

S Patton Bertie A Miss, saleslady Mimnaugh's Patton ave, bds 

Cm ° 

t>- 309 S Main 

vj Patton C C, r 309 S Main 

5/ Patton Sephrona, bds 311 S Main 

S-f Patterson Lottie L Miss, r 20 Charlotte « 

ShPatterson VV R, r Alexanders, N C 



5 „ Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. 



g * _ _ 

K? Patterson J R, Clerk Criminal Court, r 20 Charlotte 

fcv» Patterson John, c, waiter Battery Park 

5 Patterson D H, r East and Hillside 

Patterson D H Mrs, r East and Hillside 
• Patterson H D, wid, r East and Hillside 
^Patterson F2va Miss,r Hill nr terminus Patton ave 
^g Patterson John, bds Slagle House 90 Patton ave 

Patterson Sarah, c, cook, r nr 263 Bailey 
^ Patterson Fannie, c, r nr 263 Bailey * 
2^ Patterson Amos, c, lab, r nr 263 Bailey 
ff< Paulisch Frank, musician at Battery Park, bds 38 B;iiley 
O Payne Jane, c, cook, bds 224 Cripple Creek 



g McKINNON & PETRIE r Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

S CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



Tj»« will n«v«»r 
regret becoming: 
• customer at 



Rays:r Si Smith's Drug Store, SI Pattsn k: 



Your trude appreciated. Your Interest studied. ^O 

PAU ' 295 PE1 ~m 

Pau Mary Miss, pupil H I School ^ 

Pearson Richmond, atty at law, office Legal building. (Tel CD 

97.) r Richmond Hill. (Tel 71) m 

Pearson Richmond Mrs, r Richmond Hill ^ 
Pearson Hy, c, bds 104 S Main 

Pearson Julia, c, nurse, 104 S Main 5» 

Pearson RG Rev, r Victoria 1^ miles south Main m 

Pearson Mary B Mrs, r Victoria i l / 2 miles south Main ^ 

PEASE L M REV, supt Home Industrial School, dis- © 

tance 1^ miles south Main 2 
Pease Anna E Mrs, r Home Industrial School 
Peirce Bessie Miss, pupil H I School 



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THE ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY, 

Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. S^ 

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Peeler Samuel, wks Asheville Fur Factory, bds 266 Patton av «• 

Peeler Maggie, c, bds Cripple Creek ^ 

Peeler Rufus, c, gardener, r 224 Cripple Creek 

Peeler Nancy, c, chambermaid, bds 224 Cripple Creek 

Peeler Sallie, c, cook 109 Beaumont 

Pegram Wm, elk Theo Morrison, genl merchandise. West 

Haywood, bds Roberts and Buxton 

Peigler G W, shoemaker, r 43 Depot 

Peigler M A Mrs, r 43' Depot 

Peigler Etta, r43 Depot 

Peigler Commodore, bds 43 Depot 

Peigler J E, supt ice factory, r 195 Roberts 



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Jas. H. Loughran's "White Man's Bar, _,„„.. |f 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly • §, 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 



- Wostsrn Carolina Sink. president > l - p - McLoud - vi< t^ 

^ VYi»Uiili \tm\iUm UttUOf dent) j. E . R an kin, Cashier. Capital 
S $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 



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PEI • 296 PEN 



STPeigler Martha Mrs, r 195 Roberts 

_j PELHAM SAML D, Mngr Pelham's Pharmacy, 24 

^ Patton ave, (Tel 49) r 42 Patton ave 

g PENNIMAN & CO, W K Sr &WT, Hardware Mer- 

chants, 13 North Main (Tel 53) (See adv) 

* Penniman W R, r 34 Starne's ave 

^| Penniman W R Mrs, r 24 Starne's ave 

<2 Pennimafi VV T, r 104 South Main 

•* Penniman W T Mrs, r 104 South Main 

« Penniman Mary G Miss, r 104 South Mam 

«.5Penniman Susan W Miss, r 104 South Main 

g^Penniman W T Jr, r 104 South Main 

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So THE ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY 



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5 1 - Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyk, President. 



oJTPennel Fannie, r near cotton factory 
S=jJPennel Jones, r near cotton factory 
i Pennel T L, teamster, r near cotton factory 
£ Penner Angus, bds South Main 

■tPenlahd NAL, groceryman, South Main, r 82 Orange 
O Penland H L Mrs, r 82 Orange 

Penland J C, bartender r 29 North Main 
* Penland, wid M. P, r 32 Penland . 
^Penland Mary Miss, r 32 Penland 
§B Penland M B Mrs, r 73 Haywood 
^ Penland VV PL, cashr 1st Natl Bank, r 75 Haywood 
5T Penland R H, fireman, bds Jeff Drive, near Frt Depot 
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? MUM Si PETHIE Mercbnt Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

^ CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

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IF you wish to Buy or Sell Real Estate of any 
description, Rent your House, Insure your Life or 
Property, make no mistake, you can do so to tho 
best advantage with us. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



IF you wish to Buy or Sell Real Estate of any 
- description, Rent your House, Insure your Life or 
Property, make no mistake, you can do so to the 
best advantage with us. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C, 



DAVOflD OMITUIP S,ock of ttWUGGISTS' SGKDRIES Is tho Q 
flAlOUn & OlVII flO moNtvnrlfdamlcoui. 31 PfittOfl AV^DG S 
plete of any house in Asbevllle. ^— — — ^^ 

PEN 297 PET S 

Penland Mary, c, laundress, r 73 Depot J2 

Penland Hattie, <r, cook, r 73 Depot O 

Penland Easter T, r near McDowell's Fish Pond m 
Penland Charity A, r near McDowell's Fish Pond 

Pervines Benj, fireman, bds Jeff Drive, near Frt Depot T* 
Perkins Bettie, c,, chmaid, Gano House, Haywood and French ^j 

Broad ave g^ 

PERRY W G, baker and confectioner, 26 South Main 2 

(See desc art) £ 

Perry ES, tobacconist, bds Swan Hotel © 
Perry E E, piano tuner, bds Flint 
Perry Josephine, r near ice factory 



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E«ta»li»ned l*si. S. E. CotfRT ScjUARS. §» 






Perry J L, r Victoria, I */( mi South Main £ 

Perry Charlotte, r Victoria, i l /£ nii South Main 

Perry Eliza E, r Victoria 

Perry Jno, nurseryman in Vanderbilt's Place, r Victoria §,§. 

Petris Jos, bds 35 Penland g» 

Peterson W A, ptr, r 62 Bridge ^} 

Peterson A V Miss, r 62 Bridge 

Petty Mose c, r Sorrels nr Beaumont 

Petty Anna e, laundress, r 136 Valley 

Petty Lucrecia c, r 136 Valley 

Petitt Nancy c, r Riverside Park 

Pettit Geo, bricklayer, bds Spring nr Broom Factory 



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The >>ntest mid Mom <luict place in Town to spend an hour or| M 
two at Milliards or Pool, and aJ the name time Smile," is at ^ s 

k H, Loughran's White Man's Bar," fc *™*?" , fi 

20° B 



2 Western Carolina Bank, pf*P ^.|StirvS- 

' dent, J. E. Rankin, < ashier. ( apital. 
p $50,000, Surplus, 82O.000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
'C ral Banking Business Transacted. 

3~ PHA 298 PIN " 

2£ Pharr J F, eng, bds Depot nr Freight Depot 

-S Phelps J S, elk Swartzberg, io Patton ave, r same 

-^Phifer Chas c, mech, r 2 Woodfin 

§ Phifer Lucinda c, r 2 Woodfin 

g* Phillips Mary c, r 36 Brick 

— Phillips Geo, plasterer, bds Flint 
:$! Phillips Amanda c, laundress, r Academy 
** Phillips Wilton, carp, 117 S French Broad ave 
^Phillips wid Wm M D, r Depot nr 421 Bailey 
I |Phillips Isbell, bds Depot nr 421 Bailey 
js'Phillips Pollie c, r — Phillip 
SxPhillips Benj c, lab, r 14 Phillip 

II THE ASEE7ILLE AND CRAGGY MOUHTAIN HAILWA 1 

*j£ Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. \V. B. Gwyn, President. 

*-Pickens j W, elk Graves & Thrash, 19 So Main, r same 
giPickett Lillie Mrs, bds 352 Haywood 
3|Pickett — , bds 318 Haywood 
i 'Pinner Eliza, wks Victoria, 1% mile S Main 
£ Pinkins Jas c, r 1^8 Bailey. 
_«Pinkins Fannie c, r 168 Bailey 
*->Pinkins Carrie c, r 168 Bailey 
•^JPinkins Rosa c, r 178 Bailey 
S^Pinkins July, r 178 Bailey 
1/jPinkins Maria c, r 168 Bailey 
5f5Pinkins Pressly, lab, bds 168 Bailey 
§Pinkerton J E Rev, r nr 357 N Main 
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g McKINNQN & PETRIE MM Tailors » 58 Soiltl] Main Stet > 
<d 

kg Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



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Stock o« DRUGGISTM' SUNDRIES is tne> ^ 

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RAYSOR & SMITH'S 



- 31 Patton Avenue 



most viiritMl nui\ eoui- Gj Patfnn ftwoniio 5 



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plete of any bouse in Ashetille. -s 2. 



PIN 299 POE 



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Pinkerton Julia N Mrs, r nr 357 N Main £2, 

Pinners Jas, carp, 1-32 Short 5^ 

Pinners Texanna, r 32 Short g» 

Pitts Davids, merchant, r 42 Haywood q« 

Pitts Elizabeth, d2 Haywood 2" 

Pitts Minnie bds 42 Haywood -S 

Pitts Julia, bds 42 Haywood |q 

Pitts Win, fanner, bds Depot nr Freight Depot 30 
Pitt M B Miss, bds 72 Depot 
Pitcher — , painter, bds 17 Bridge 
Pixley H L, mechanic, bds 318 Haywood 



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Piatt J M, carp, r 94 East 2.« 

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-A.gf©nts. 3 J 

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Piatt Annie J, r 94 East 

Piatt C M, lawyer, r Van Gilder House g 

Piatt C M Mrs, propr Van Gilder House U 

Pleasant, wid John L, r 119 S French Broad ^ 

Pleasant Ava L Miss, bds 1 19 S French Broad X 

Pleasant Mary M Miss, r 119 South French Broad y 

Pleasant Alice L Miss, bds 1:9 South French Broad ^ 
Pleasant John S, clerk at Heston's, S Main, bds 119 South 

French Broad ^ 
Pleasant Annie L Miss, bds 119S French Broad 

Podwell Cal, bds 12 Jefferson Drive *» 

Poe , carpenter, bds 73 N Main **" 

S^ffSSfEfeJE Jas. H, Loughran's "White Man's Barf 

on exhibiton to attract the *"" 

attention of the lower trade. - 5..,iv «„■« »,; r.»u ™ ~« 52" 

But Flrst-Class Goods only at Cor - South Maln and Ea 2 le W™ stalrs - ' ~ 



Western Carolina Bank, lWf\^KH 

' dent. J. Jb. Eankin, C; 



Lewis "Maddux, 
joud, Vice-Presi- 
I'ashier. Capital, 
jS $o0,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
•— est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

POE 300 POR 

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^Poe W N, fireman, bds Jefferson Drive near freight depot 
__. Poor Anna Mrs, r 278 College 
5-« Poor Geo, printer, r 278 College 
^ Poindexter Bud, engineer, bds Jefferson Drive near freight 

depot 
«£ Polley H E Mrs, wid G W B, r 244 Chestnut 
J| Polley Marian Miss, r 244 Chestnut 
£ Polley Bessie N Miss, r 244 Chestnut 
gr Pollard John H,c, bds Cripple Creek 
«j Pollard James, c, bds Cripple Creek 
* Polk Rebecca E, bds ;i Grove 
oel Ponaer Frank, tobacconist, r 255 Grove 



^ZE^-IL. ESTATE, 

I3ST3TJK<^-2Nr03E. 



si Gwyn & West 

S| u>tuM issi. S. E. Court Square. 

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2^.Ponder Amnions, C E, r 255 Grove 

ujS.-Pope Maggie Miss, pupil H I School 

I^Pope Mattie Miss, pupil H I School 

_ Pope T W, lab, r 32 Davidson 

Pope T W Mrs, r 32 Davidson 

^ Poole Ro, c, bds Patton ave and Church 

w> Poole Josephine, c, cook, Patton ave and Church 

^ Portner M H Mrs, r j6 Haywood 

l_ Portner Mary Miss, bds j6 Haywood 

O Portner Ro P, bookkeeper Asheville Shoe Co, bds 76 Hay- 

^ wood 

55 Portner Ettie Miss, bds 76 Haywood 

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Z McKINNON & PETRIE, M]mi Tailors » f)8 Sonlh Main stre ^ 

5 Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



sto<-k of urn <;<r;isTS 4 sundries In «iio QC 



n OR/jlTlllQ Stock of IiRUOOISTJ 

Ijl UIYII I U most vnrii'd ant* «*om- 



plete of any bouse iu Asheville. 



31 Patton Avenue, &i 



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Portner Rina Miss, bds 76 Haywood 

Portner Bessie Miss, bds j6 Haywood 

Portner Grace Miss, bds 76 Haywood 

Porter R B, c, wks tobacco factory, r 88 South Beaumont 

Porter Viney, c, r 88 S Beaumont 

Porter Rector, c, laundress, r bet Valley and Eagle 

Porter J R Mrs, r Flint 

PORTER R R, Traveling Salesman Richmond, Va, 

and proprietor Asheville Cigar Co, 33 Patton ave, 2d 

floor, r Flint street (See desc article) 
Porter J A, tobacconist, r [21 Haywood 
Porter Carrie Mrs, r 121 Haywood 



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m«„, mi* uu. A^ e3 .t B . 

S- E.' COUET SQUA.K-E. 

Posey William, drayman, r near Ice Factory 

Posey John, drayman, r near Ice Factory 

Postell A, c, waiter Battery Park 

Postell T W, mngr Swannannoa Hotel, r same 

Postell vvid Hugh, bds 42 Academy 

Postelle Thomas, bds 89 Depot 

Postelle Laura Miss, bds 89 Depot 

Postelle Will, bds 89 Depot 

Postelle Rev, r 89 Depot 

Postelle Eunice Miss, bds 89 Depot 

Potts Edward, c J lab, r 217 Valley 

Powell Alfred, c, w*ks Rock Quarry, r 160 Sycamore 

No Free Lunches served, or 
any kind of Wild Animals 
on exhibition to attract the 
attention of the lower trade. 
But First-Class Goods only at 



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Jas, B, Louriws "Whits Man's Bar,' 5 






Cor. South Main and Eagle (Down Stain.) 



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a3 til 1 PI 1 n I Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

WRKlfiM Lam da HailK. President, L. P. Mcloud, Vice-Presi- 
w II001QIII UUIUIIIIU UUIII\| deut y £ Rankjn Cashier. Capital. 

_*f $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository, lnter- 
J~ est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

POW 302 PRE 

•*£ , — — . 

^Powell Mary, r 160 Sycamore 
* Powell M'Liss,cook 88 N Main 
£ Powell Britt, c, yard boy, S8 N Main 
. Powell Annie, c, cook Academy 

| POWELL GEORGE S, Powell & Snider, Groceries and 

£k Feed, Patton ave and S Main 

% Prather Mary, c, laundress 29 Clements 
Je Prather Margaret, r 174 Pine 

£5 Pradey Tilda, c, chambermaid, Patton ave and Church 
</i Pradee Frank, bds 300 Bailey 
S Pradee John, carp; r 300 Bailey 
k =Pradee Ann, r 300 Bailey 

[[ Gwyn & West, ""^SSiSS-. 

g| KHiRbiubed lssi. s. E. Court Square. 

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S'^Prayter Minnie Miss, pupil H I School 
°|Prator M A, r Hill near Buttrick 
gc^Prator John, farmer, r Hill near Buttrick 
I Preteere F A Miss, tel opr, Battery Park, r same 
Pressley Pe:er, teamster, r 43 Pine 
^Pressley Peter Mrs, r 43 Pine 
^>Pressley Hester, cook 29 N Main 
^Pressley Adline, r near Cotton Factory 

Pressley D M, wks Cotton Factory, bds near same 
^Pressley Nannie L, wks Cotton Factory, bds near same 
^Pressley Frank, farmer, bds near Cotton Factory 
^Pressley Caroline, bds near Cotton Factory 



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& PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



nHUOflO OMIITUIO Stock of 1»HEGGISTS' SUNDRIES ill the g 

nftloUll & olVII H moat varied and com- Jj p^ ^ygj]^ ? | 

§9. 
plete of any house in Asheville. ■—■■»»—■ &£ 

. .£§, 

PRE 303 PRU 1 1 

Pressley Thorrlas, wks Cotton Factory, r near same p 

Pressley Mary, r near Cotton Mills ~^g 

Pressley T N, bds S Main % |" 

Prisehof Sallie, r, cook 69 Bailey -*S 

Priesley John, c, wks Battery Park, bds 13 Peachtree 
Price Julia, c, chambermaid Swan Hotel, r same 
Price Lottie W Miss, bds Church 
Price H L, bds 141 Haywood 
Price H L Mrs, bds 141 Haywood 
Price Larkin, lab, bds nr Cotton mills 
Price Bettie, c, cook 119 S French Broad 
Prince Adline, c, cook 26 Flint 



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Guiyn^UUest, real ,J^ a ra e n CE | 

Established 1881. S. E. CoURT SqUARE. ^A 

Pritchard Mary M, bds Cripple Creek Q 

Pritchard John C, farmer, r Cripple Creek ft 

Pritchard M, R Roman, bds Cripple Creek NH 
Pritchard Alice, r Cripple Creek 

Pritchard Sallie, r Cripple Creek Qi 

Proffitt H B, elk Asheville Dry Goods Co N Main, r 82 q 

Woodfin q 

Proffitt «H B Mrs, r 82 Woodfin • 
Proffitt Sallie, r 340 N Main 

Propst Robert, c, wks Patton ave and Water, down stairs "-■ 

Proctor James, c, coachman, r 83 S Main S- 

Pruett M'Liss, r McDowell nr Fitch planing mills *^ 

The Neatest and Most <luiet place in Town to spend an hour or ^j 
two at -Billiards or Cool, and at the same time 'smile." is at J3 



k H. Louetiran's lite Man's Bar, 



Cor. South Main & 2agle, ! 
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(Down Stairs.) 



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- : Western Carolina Bant SSSSSi^S: 

;j| $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
'^ ral Banking Business Transacted. 

PRU 304 QUE 

SS Pruett George, lab, r McDowell nr Fitch planing mills 
35 Pruett Eliza, bds 76 S Main . 

~~" Pruett L A, vvks Eckle's livery stables, r 76 Main 

=3 Pruett Maggie F, bds 76 S Main 
^ Purefoy G W Dr, physician, office 24 S Main, r 27 Charlotte. 

as (Telephone 57) 

^ Purefoy G W Mrs, r 27 Charlotte 
^ Pulliam Mary W Miss, bds 234 N Main 
" Pulliam Louis C, r 250 N Main 
t Pulliam Katie W Miss, r 250 N Main 
si Pulliam Lawrence Mrs, r 250 N Main 
•« Pulliam Amelia Miss, bds 250 Main v 



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•;- Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treats. \V. B. Gwyn, President. 

I ; PULLIAM LAWRENCErTheNationalBank of Ashe- 

ville, D C Waddell, pres ; W W Barnard, vice pres ; 
*a Lawrence Pulliam, cashier, r 250 N Main. (See adv) 

Putnam Milo, painter, bds 73 N Main 
'* Putnam Julia, r 254 N Main 
QPyett Jim, shoemaker, r College nt Main 

g/^UACKENBOSH W J, bds 29 West Haywood 
2^C QUEEN J G, Dr, dentist, r 140 Hill nr Buttrick. 

(See desc article) 
oQueen Master Clifford, bds 140 Hill near Buttrick 

g McKINNQN & PETRIE ]lm]mi Tililors > 58 Soiltl1 Main street > 

^3 Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



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'E offer for sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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r E offer for sale choice Ileal Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Pat ton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



5ysL=E lm Ji Satfs Drug Store, 21 Patten Ave. ^ 

a customer at J ^ W 7 . _ |_j 

Your trade appreciated. Your interest studied. J^J 

QUE~ 305 RAM 

■ — £ij 

Queen Dr J G Mrs, r 140 Hill neai Buttrick i^ 

Quinn Katie, cook 353 Haywood &* 

RAGLE H A, fireman, bds Jeff" Drive near Freight $?» 

Depot O 
Ragsville Randall c, lab, r 175 Sycamore 

Ragsville Mahaley c, r" 175 Sycamore s 
Ragsvilie ] Ac, janitor Cemetery, r 60 Academy 
Ragsville F L c. r 60 Academy 



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Ragsville Enoch r, lab, S Asheville, Ragsville Place 



Raines Jim, lab, r 95 East 
Raines Pollie, r 95 East 



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Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. VV. B. Gwvx. Presideut. £;; 

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Ramseni Ida <r, cook, 53 Haywood 



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Ramsem Jane c, cook, ^8 Cherry 



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Ramsem Alice c, cook, 235 N Main 

Ramsem Mary Mrs, r Depot nr French Broad Lumber Yards 

Ramsem Vernon, r Depot nr French Broad Lumber Yards 

Ramsem H M, CE, r Depot nr French Broad Lumber Yards 

Ramsey Jno N Mrs, r N Asheville 

RAMSEY JNO N, The Asheville Investment Co, 14 S 

Main, r N Asheville -■— v 

Ramsey Dr J F, dentist, office Patton ave, r 69 Charlotte 
Ramsey J F Mrs, r 69 Charlotte gg 

Ramsey P G, wks Cotton Mills, r nr same ^ 

Jas. H, Loughran's "White Man's Bar, M Cor „ s<> "^/;^I L J 

O Down Stairs. 

HIGHEST' QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly ?" 



^J ,__ ■ li « l Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

~ Western C&rolini Bank president > l - p - McL ° ud > vice-pre-i- 

^ VVWWiii VHHWMMtt ■«""< dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital 
3 $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

RAM 306 RAN 

2£ Ramsey P C, wks Cotton Factory, r nr same 

— Ramsey A, wks Cotton Mills, r nr same 

w- Ramsey Bessie I, wks Cotton Factory, r nr same 

§ Ramsey Albert A, wks Cotton Factory, r nr same 
I Ramsey S E, r nr Cotton Factory 

_, Ramsey Rich'd, brick mason, r nr Cotton Factory 
:£ Ramsey Lewis, r nr Cotton Mills 
*- Ramsey J J, brickmason, r nr Cotton Factory 
*J Ramsey M E, r nr Cotton Factory 
_ Ramsey Elizabeth, r nr Cotton Factory 
5 1 Randall Hester, wks Cotton Factory, Uds 5 1 1 Haywood 
_J Randall James, bartender Glen Rock, r same 



is THE ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY 

5*% Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyx. President. 

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°.|. Rankin Rev G C, removed to Mo Conference, r Kansas 
£'| City 

f" RANKIN J EUGENE, The Western Carolina Bank, 

oc 

Lewis Maddux, pres, Lawrence P McLoud vice pres, 
j E Rankin, cashr, (Tel bank 79), r 63 Merrimon ave 

O Rankin T E Mrs, r 6t, Merrimon ave 

Rankin Clarence, bkkpr The National Bank of Asheville, bds 
63 Merrimon ave 

*B Rankin W E, elk Hammershlag & Whitlock S Main, r 63 

3£ Merrimon ave 

£5 Rankin A E, r 63 Merrimon ave 

5 Rankin J G, r 63 Merrimon ave 

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* McKINNON li PETEIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main' Street, 

^ CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PURITY OF GOODS. !g* 

OM J KMSS TO CUSTOMERS, and J^. 

ROMPTXESS WITH ORDERS AXD PRESCRIPTION'S *_j 

H.-A.Y®0:FL c*> SMITH, 31 Patton -A.ve. fe* 



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Rankin Grace A Miss, r 63 Merrimon ave 

Rankin wid W D, r 235 N Main 

Rankin Betsy, c, bds 53 Mountain 

Rankin Alonzo, merchant Bearden, Rankin -fe Co S Main, r 

Cherry and Flint 
Rankin Carrie Mrs, r Flint and Cherry 
Rankin Ciella, c, laundress, r 168 Bailey \. 

Rankin Pink, c, r 168 Bailey £, 

Rash S Jane, bds Riverside Park «;: 

Rash W C, r Riverside Park || 

Ravvls Dr B F, bds 32 French Broad ave '"*? 

Ravvls B F Mrs, bds 32 Broad ave ^y 



The Sunset Mountain Land Co 



CWYN & WEST 3S 

1 AGENTS. |ej 

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33. Court Square. lift 



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RAWLS RR&CT, late Propr'sSwan Hotel, r same 

Ravvls R R Mrs, r Swan Hotel 

RAWLS CHARLES T, Real Estate and Insurance 

5 Patton ave, bds Swan Hotel. (See adv centre lines) 
RAYSOR C A, Raysor & Smith, Druggists 31 Patton g£ 

ave, (Tel 5), r 88 N Main. (See adv top lines) 3 

Ray ford Jessee, c, wks 104 S Main 

Ravenscrofc Theological School, bet Church and Bailey- 
Ray John, c, porter 56 Bailey y _ s 
Ray Celia, c, laundress, r near Phillip a. 
Ray Bessie Miss, r foot Baird *~ 
Ray Edward, teamster, r West andSeney 



AT JAS. H. LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR," I 

AT / -. 



The WHISKIES 

WINES AND 

BRANDIES 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the state for medicinal 
purposes. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. 



Organized .May. 1888; Lewis Maddux. 
President, L. 1'. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. E, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
_i 5)50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
•5. and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. * 

* RAY 308 REA " 

-"*■ Ray Edna Mrs, r West and Seney 

g Ray S W, elk Penniman & Co, 13 No Main, r 105 Hillside 

^RayS W Mrs, r 105 Hillside 

g Ray Avon O, r 105 Hillside 
J Ray H B, elk E F Hines, College, r 382 N Main 

a Ray H B Mrs, r 382 N Main 

-Jf Ray Laura, c, laundress, r 1 Beaumont 

t ^ Ray Isaac, c, tobacco pekr, r 1 Beaumont 

J Ray William, wks Cotton Mills, bds 29 W Haywood 

I Ray — Mrs, r 165 S Main 

£ I Ray T B, r foot Baird 

1't Ray T B Mrs, r foot Baird 



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: IflUlUUUlllin&llJMCo. 

E. COJJJRT SQUAEE. 



V 

jrKay C F, real estate and ticket broker opo Swan Hotel S 



ui-| Ray Young, coachman, r 83 S Main 

t 

| Main 

iX. 

Reading A E, elk Oaks' Hotel, r same 
? Reagan Arthur, tobacconist, bds 169 Chestnut 
^j Reagan Arthur Mrs, bds 169 Chestnut 
^ Reagan Carrie Miss, bds 47 Woodfin 

Rea Alex, c, coachman, bds 31 1 Sonth Main 
^ Rea Alfred, carp, r 31 1 South Main 
5£ Rea Lillie, r 31 1 South Main 
Jj; Reavis Annie, r 161 Bailey 
O Reavis Jos, shoemaker, r 161 Bailey 



^ 



\ McKINHON k PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 5a South Main Street 

< — 

~ CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PURITY OF GOODS, ggj 

OI.ITEXESR TO CUSTOMERS, and •>> 

ROMPTXESN WITH ORDERS AXD PRESCRIPTIONS gL 

HAYSOR cfo JS3VEITI3C, 31 I»atton Axre. isj 

~REC 309 RED ^ 

Rector Mitchell, teamster, bds 155 North Main 

Rector Lila Miss, 155 North Main t/i 

Rector J S. elk A D Cooper's, North Ct Place, r 155 North g 

Main 
Rector L M Mrs, r 155 North Main 
Rector Bessie Miss, bds 155 North Main 
Rector W G, electric worker, r 24 Rector " ^ 

Rector R G Mrs, r 24 Rector 

Rector Maggie L Mis, bds 24 Rector f p 

Reese Naomi Miss, nurse Mission Hospital, 17 Charlotte 
Redford Geo, fireman, bds Jeff Drive, near frt depot 

Redwood Hy W, bds 70 Bailey ^~ 

~ i 

The Sunset Mountain Land Co 

St. 152. Court Square 



O 



CWYN & WEST || 

I AGENTS. !<■ 

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5£ 



Redwood Helen T Miss, bds 70 Bailey 
Redwood Sue T Mrs, r 70 Bailey 
Redwood Wm M, bds 70 Bailey 

REDWOOD H & CO, Dry Goods, Notions and Cloth- 
ing, H Redwood, P I Love, — McDonald, 7 and 9 
'Patton ave (See adv side lines) 
Redwood H, r 70 Bailey 

Redmond Willis R, janitor Bank of Asheville, r 82 Valley 
Redmond Maria, c, r 82 Valley 
Redmond Lizzie, housemaid, 146 Chestnut 
Redmond C C, r 80 Seney 
Redmond J D, r 80 Seney 



JAS. H. LOUGBRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR," I 



The WHISKIES 
WINES AND 
BRANDIES AT 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the State for medicinal r 
purposes, COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Do*n Stairs. <? 



* Western Carolina Bank, gu^^SSj^vfflJte 

' dent, J. E, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
j2 $50,000, Surplus, §20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
*l£ and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 

5 RED 310 ~ REI 

2S Redmond S M, grocer, r 8o Seney 

~Z Redmond Martha, c, r 36 Mulberry 

'^-'Reddick Sue, c, laundress, r W Haywood 
aReddick Lillie, c, cook, Sy Patton ave 
£Reed J E Mrs, r North Main, near Hillside ave 
bREED J E, elk U. S Circuit Court, r North Main, Hr 
Hillside 

J^Reed S H, atty, office North Main, r 118 Woodfin 

jReed S H Mrs, r 118 Woodfin 

£ Reed J E Mrs, r North Main and North 

jjIReed Wm, c, waiter, Battery Park 

g'CReed Becca, c, r 40 Poplar 

II The Sunset Mountain Land Co. CWYN&WE !^ t .. 

3J.S S. IE. COTJTirr SQ,TJj!LI^E. 

a? . 

uj.lReed Wm, c, coachman, 300 South French Broad 
llREEVES DR R H, Reeves & Smith, dentists, 7 Patton 

ave 2d floor, r 35 Spruce 
Reeves R H Mrs, r 35 Spruce 
IReeves Mabell M Miss, r 35 Spruce 
^Reeves Bonnie Miss, r 35 Spruce 
-.Reeves Bessie Miss, r 35 Spruce 

Reeves Nellie J Mrs, bds 58 Haywood 
^Heid Hespie Miss, seamstress, 34 Starnes ave 
SCReid Matildas, r 36 Mulberry 
■- <Reid Nancy c, r 36 Riverside Park 
OReid Lola D c. r 36 Riverside Park 

£ McKINNQN & PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

E CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



Yon will never 
regret becoming: 
a customer at 



^ 

kp Si Smith's Drug Store, 31 Patten Ave, 



Your trade appreciated. Your interest studied. ip> 



REI 311 REY 



Reid Lola c, ch maid, 1 15 Haywood 



W 



RE VELL T J, groceries and feed, N Main, bds West- c/a 

ern Hotel. (See desc article) m 

Revell A W, ptr nr 255 Grove ^ 

Revell Catherine S, r nr 255 Grove <^ 

REVELL & WAGNER, family groceries, Patton ave, f> 

[Tel 69], (See desc art) ^ 
REYNOLDS W T, Clerk County Court, also Reynolds, 

Spears & Sawyer, mngrs Grand Opera House, r 22 "gS 

Woodfin, (See desc art) £3 

Reynolds W T Mrs, r 22 Woodfin f J 

Reynolds Alice Mrs, r 48 Spruce *i| 

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|S 

Wm. W. West, See. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn. President. *b 

GO* 



THE ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY 



Reynolds D L, sheriff Buncombe Co, bds 67 College £? 

Reynolds D L Mrs, bds 67 College 

Reynolds N A, city tax collector, r 52 Woodfin 

Reynolds Carrie K Miss, r 88 N Main 

Reynolds Ada B Miss, r 88 N Main S 

Reynolds C V, bds 88 N Main i 

Reynolds T E Mrs, wid Jno E, r 88 N Main 

Reynolds Ora L Miss, r 88 N Main 

Reynolds Maggie c, cook, 116 Cherry ^-^ 

Reynolds Jos, bds 77 Hill . 5? 

Reynolds Jennie c, cook, 78 Park ave *» 

Reynolds Matties, house maid, 78 Park ave 

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•Jas, H, Loughran's "We Man's fiar," Cor - SoJlai ° &Eagk I 

D Down Stairs. 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly S" 



m? ___ - ., ■ i Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux. 

- WssLern Cud mi ml president > l - p - McL ° ud > vice-presi- 

^ YVIBVIUM VUiVhMto tftti»M dent) j E . R ankiri) Cashier. Capital 
S $50,000, Surplus, §20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

~REY 312 RHO 

ac Reynolds Kate, bds 50 Bailey 
_ • Reynolds Mary, bds 50 Bailey 
■ &, Reynolds Mary, r 134 Bailey 
* Reynolds J K, liveryman at Battery Park, r 134 Bailey 
S Rhineheardt E T, contr, r 49 Chestnut 
"* Rhineheardt E T Mrs, r 49 Chestnut 
^ Rhinehart L' F, carp, r Depot nr Freight Depot 
o- Rhinehart K G, carp, r Depot nr Freight Depot 
** Rhinehart O V, bds Depot nr Freight Depot 

Rhinehart Edgar, bds Depot nr Freight Depot 
«*.•£ Rhinehart Cora Miss, bds Depot nr Freight Depot 

S'C Rhinehart Hester Miss, bds Depot nr Freight Depot 

|.g . . 

P THE ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY 

5^- W-m. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwvx, President. 

<■- ___^___ . — — — — — — 

°|' Rhinehart F M. carp, r Depot nr Freight Depot 
*! Rhinehart L A Mrs, r Depot nr Freight Depot 
i Rhimer Jno R, carp, bds 346 Haywood 
£ Rhodes — . carp, bds 69 Seney , 

I Rhodes Olivia B Miss, bds 79 Academy 
w> Rhodes Lonie R, bds 79 Academy 

Rhodes C E, r 79 Academy 

Rhodes A, mechanic, r 79 Academy 
£SE Rhodes Donie Miss, bds 348 Haywood 
^r Rhodes Jno, Plumber, r 348 Haywood 
g Rhodes Nancy, r 348 Haywood 
^ Rhodes Frank, wksAsheville Fur Factory, bds 266 Patton ave 

i MsEHM Si FETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

— CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



\17B are State Agents for N. C. Inland & Co.'s celebrated 
»» Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of New York. 
We can insure you against accident or death in the 
"Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn." 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



tlfB arc State Agents for X. C. Inland & Co.'s celebrated 
" Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of Mew York. 
We can insure you against accident or death in the 
•' Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn.*' 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



k H, loupjiran's W h ite'Man 1 s=B ar. 






tlA lull II Si ulVII II U mo«* varied and com- Oj pattnij AyPTlTJP £*" 
plete oT any house in tslievillt*. i ^ 

RHO 313 ~RI C~ " O 

■ — ■ ■ — ■ ■ x 

Rhodes Lizzie, bds McDowell nr Fitch's Planing Mills ^ 

Rhodes Caswell, lab, bds McDowell nr Fitch's Planing Mills g 
Rhodes Jno, drayman, r McDowell nr Fitch's Planing Mills ^ 
Rhodes Elizabeth, r McDowell, near Fitch Planing Mill g_, 

Rhodes James, farmer, McDowell, near Fitch Planing Mill -^ 
Richmond H F, coachman, r 125 Broad O 

Richmond Mrs, r 125 Broad *• 

RICH JOHN R, Ballard, Rich & Boyce, Stoves, Tin- | 

ware arid plumbing, W Court Place, (Tel 17) r 95 

College. (See descriptive article) 
Rich John P Mrs, r 95 College 
Rich Theo E Mrs, r 95 College 

GLuy n * CUest, •""^SJEk.. 

Established ISSI. S*! E- CoURT SQUARE. 

Rich J L, bookkeeper Ballard, Rich & Boyce, bds 95 College 

Rich Charles, carpenter, bds 27 North Main 

Ricker W C, carp, r 419 N Main 

Ricker Nancy Jane, r 419 N Main 

Rickman Murry, wks cotton factory,, r near same 

Rickman Manley, wks cotton factory, r near same 

Rickman J C, lab, r near cotton factory 

Rickman A C, r near cotton factory 

Rickman John M, r 338 S Main 

Rickman Mattie A, r 338 S Main 

Rice Artie Miss, pupil A F College 

Rice Grace Miss, r Charlotte and IVoodfin 

The Xeatest and Host Quiet place in Town to spend an hour or 
two at Billiards or l'ool, and at the Maine time *%i»iile.'* in at 



3 e» 

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3 

ere 



|) Cor. South Main & Eagle, ■? 
•- 

1 Down Stairs.; 
2I U 



- Western Carolina Bant ^p^ 1 ^^^^ 

' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
e| 150,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
"^ ral Banking Business Transacted. 

M . • . 

-3 RIC 314 ROA 

2£ Rice John S, r 234 N Main 
•33 Rice Noah, c, lab. r 105 Beaumont 
." — ' Rice Ben, c, r 105 Beaumont 
% Rice Cordelia, c, r 60 Academy 

S3 ^ 

S Rice Emanuel, <r, waiter Glen Rock 
ss Rice Win, c, lab, bds <5 French Broad ave 
3j| Rice Millie, c, laundress, r 5 French Broad 

" Rice Maggie, c, laundress, Grand Central, bds 5- French 
^* Broad 

Rice Agnes Miss, bds 32 French Broad ave 
si Rice Thomas, c, railroader, r Cripple Creek 
«gc Rice Addie, c y cook, bds Cripple Creek 

1 tie mm m craggy him ramlii 

So 

fc.2 Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. \V. B. GyTyn, President. 

« a - — ■ ■ 

p~ Riddle Silas, bds 16 Buttrick 

£3 Rigby Lizzie Miss, pupil H I School 

II Rigby Tillie Miss, pupil H I School 

Rimer Ellen Miss, r 2 East 

B 

h Ripley, wid R S, r 103 Academy 

q Rives Nannie Miss, saleslady The Big Racket, so Main, r 16 

*-* Vance 

°*» Rives Lizzie, saleslady Fields, S Main, r 16 Vance 

^ Rives T W, motor man Electric Car Line, r 16 Vance 

1/2 Rives B F, conductor Electric Ry, r 16 Vance 

*~* Rives B F Mrs, r 16 Vance 

O Roach Philip, tinner, bds 120 Cherry 

•-> ■ — ■ ■ ■ 

g McKINNON l PETR1E Merchant Tailors, 08 South Main Street, 

t-J Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



r»i\/r>m r, nlliTlin Stoek of DRUGGISTS' SIM>RIES is the 

RAYSOR & SMITH'S 



.«n. M ..d<«. 3j p a (J 0|) H, e|)1]e| 



plete oJ' any house iu Abbeville. 



ROB 315 ROB 



Robinson Ella, c, cook 142 Hill 

Robison Clara M Mrs, 1 122 Blanton 

Robison Mattie, r 122 Blanton 

Robison K W, route agt R and D, r 122 Blanton 

Robinson Julius, c, lab, r 109 Beaumont 

Robinson Frank E, abstract, office C H bldg, r Atkinson n\v 

Asheville 
Robinson Mary L Mrs, r Atkinson 
Robinson. Sarah E, cook, bds 82 Park ave 
Robinson Sam, c, butler Gano House Haywood and French 

Broad ave 



53 



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Robbins Mont, railroader, bds 500 S Depot m 

Roberts Victoria Miss, r W Haywood C/5 

Roberts H M, expressman, bds Van Gilder House ' ^j 

Roberson J D Rev, pastor M E Church cor Haywood and ^ 

Buttrick, r bet Hill and Haywood 
Roberson Mary E Mrs, r bet Hill and Haywood 
Roberson Clara, c, cook 158 Chestnut 
Robertson JD,r 11 Hiawassa Place 
Robertson J D Mrs, r 1 1 Hiawassa Place 
Robertson Violet, c, cook 95 Bailey 
Robertson Hy, bds 57 Church 



No Free Lunches served, or !.. H f «„«,V..J. fiUflil* M»J« Q«. " 
any kind of Wild Animals 
on exhibiton to attract the 

attention of the lower trade. ,,„„ ., ,. M . . «, w1 , ,_ .. . , 

But First-Class Goods only at Cor - South Maln an * Ea 2 le ( Do,ro 8t»ln.) 



o 



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1 



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Robertson Mary, bds 57 Church 5" 



The Svaset Mountain Land k 



CWYN & WEST, 

3 

-A-g'erxts. S-G 

IB 5 

S. E. COTTJRT SQUABE. £» 

. . ___ S H 

Robinson Anna, c, r bet Starnes ave and Cherry 

3 



Jas. H, Loughran's "White Man's Ear," | 



Organize 1 May. 18S - Maddux. 

President, L, "P. Mclioud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
.» $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 

~ est paid on deposits of 1'uur muniiis ■ r lender in Saving Department. 

ROB 316 ROL 

5T Robinson Pink, r, shoemaker, r 314 Bailey- 
Robinson Phillis, laundress, r 314 Bailey 
=^ Robinson Elbert, c, butler 24 Grove 
-■. Robinson Violet, c, cook, r nr Phillip 
p Robinson Wm, c, lab, r nr Phillip 
'~ Robison Annie, bcls 122 Blanton 
» Rochester Thomas, lab, r Madison " 
3* Rochester Lizzie, r Madison 

gr Rockholder I Miss, housekeeper Oaks Hotel, r same 
<*- Rockoe — , r Seney and East 

oc 

L ^ Rockoe Mrs, r Seney and East 
£ = Roddicks Ella, c, cook 44 Phillips 



IRIE^Z-. ESTATE, 

I3>TSTJIS,^L.2SrCE. 



II Gwyn & West, 

g.| Established ls&i. S. E. Court Square. 

MJ . 

S '" Rodgers Wiley, carp, r nr Woodfin and Bridge 

IU 1 Rodgers Mary, r nr Woodfin and Bridge 

= r Rogers — , r 169 Chestnut 

v Rogers Mrs, bds 169 Chestnut 

Rogers Rufus, carp, r 69 Seney 
J^ Rogers Elizabeth, wks Cotton Factory, r same 
j ROLLINGS Dr J W, V S Infirmary, S Main, opp Swan 
^g Hotel, (See descriptive article) 

Rollins Wallace E, r 175 Chestnut 
q Rollins T S, r 175 Chestnut 
^ RoUins Emma Miss, r 175 Chestnut 
22 Rollins Carrie Miss, r 175 Chestnut 

& PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 Sonth Mm Street, 

'5 Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



a (HAITI]) ^ Stock of I>RUG_GISTS- SUNDRIES is the 

15 (x OSVIi I I mo«t varied nn<1 com- 01 DoHnn Aupni 1 P 
plcte ul any bouse in \shcvillc. 



Ills Sunset Ma M k CWYM & w i s Jl s . 

S. IK. COURT SC^TT^DREi. 






ROL 317 RUS 
— p* 

Rollins IV W, tobacconist, r 175 Chestnut 5^ 

Rollins W N Mrs, r 175 Chestnut • g 

Rollins Greene, c, coachman 175 Chestnut S2{ 

Rollins C H, elk, r 5 Spring £» 

Rollins Mary A Mrs, r 5 Spring £* 

Romeo Henry, r Grove bet Bailey and French Broad ave -I 

Romeo Lena Mrs, r Grove bet Biiley and French Broad ave 

Romeo John, bartender, r Grove bet Bailev and French x 3 

Broad ave . 

Ross Grace, c, cook yj Bailey :S* 

Ross Zero, c, butler JJ Bailey 
Rosenbaum Leo, bds 199 Haywood 



0» 



■'ft. 



Rosbrough James, c, section hand, r near French Broad 

Lumber Yard 2 

Rosenbury Charlotte S, r Victoria, 1 % miles S Main 
Rosenbury Charles W, r Victoria, 1% miles S Main * 

Rudy Simon P, bds 24 Bailey 
Ruff Ada Miss, pupil H I School . 
Rumley R P Rev, c, janitor Graded School, r 16 Short 
Rumley Dora, c, r 16 Short 

Rush Anna, c, cook, r 180 Pine ^ 

Rush Henry, c, r 180 Pine ■s - " 

Ruscher W T. car inspector, r Jeff Drive near Freight Depot 
Ruscher Sallie Mrs, r Jeff Drive, near Freight Depot 



» y F S L of n tSTESU to l tnjhs'i ' ' White Mi Bar," § 

on exhibiton to attract the — »— « — .. . . .n. . - 

attention of the lower trade. . •, .,„■ . _ , p 8 

But First-Class Goods only at Wr - 5011W1 kam ana Ea^le (Eows Stairs. 1 



^ Western Carolina Bank, p^p^-'^fy^^ 

' dent. J. E. Rankin, ' ashier. Capital, 
.2 $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Int»>r- 
^ est paid on deposits of four months or longer iu Savings Department. 

3 RUS 318 ~~ SAN 

^"Russell Alice Miss, pupil A F College 

^ Russell Ella Miss, pupil A F College 

^ Russell F B Miss, teacher H Ind School for colored 249 

«r College 

g Rutherford Maria, c, r 212 Beaumont 

* Rutjes A J Mrs, housekeeper Swan Hotel, r same 

.3 Ryder Mary D Miss, r 244 Crestnut 

"13 " 

S3 CiAB/N W IV, died September jth, 1890 
'£ ^"^ Sabin Genivieve Mrs, r 69 Academy 
* ^Sabin W F, bds 69 Academy 
«.|Sabin G E, bds 69 Academy 

O J _— . 

^E^Xj ESTATE, 



11 Gwyn & West 

S J uomimihi g; E. Court Square. 

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g ^Sadler A J, tailor, r 8 Jefferson Drive 
^gSadler A M Mrs, r 8 Jefferson Drive 
Example Lillie Miss, pupil H I School 
§ Sams John B, carpenter, r 323 Bailey 

jSams Margaret S, r 323 Bailey 
^Sampson Walter, wks 337 S Main 

OSandford Alexander, c, sexton 1st Baptist Church, r near 19 
«*8 ^Clements 

^Sanders Alice, wks cotton mills, bds 122 Roberts 
OSanders Joseph, wks cotton mills, bds 122 Roberts 

an . 

^Sanders B G, r Bailey near Fitch Planing Mill 
SSanders Heiter, r Bailey near Fitch Planing Mills 

S UdMM ft PFTRIF Merchant Tailors, ~>S South Main Street, 

ZJ. Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



DAUODD OMITLDO stooU of » I>RrGO,! * TS ' si^dkies is the g 

II A I OU H 4i OlVII fl most varied and com- jj pgj|g|| ^YSIlllG. fe 
plete of any house in Asheville. — >^— ^— ^^™ 5? 

SAN 319 SCH o 

■ X 

Sanders, wid David, r 254 N Main ^ 

Sanders Lavinia, c, r near cotton factory g 

Sanders Butler, c, lab, r 156 Church -^ 

Sanders Rita, £, laundress, 156 Church gp 

Sandifer Graham, printer, bds 55 College j^ 

Sarratt <G B, brickmason, bds 333 S Main . O 

Sarratt Alice, bds 333 S Main 
Sawyer N C Mrs, r 58 Haywood 

Sawyer E C, elk J P Sawyer's, 15 Patton ave, bds 58 Hay- 
wood 
Sawyer C, bookkeeper, 15 Patton ave, bds 58 Haywood 
Sawyer "Daisy Miss, bds 58 Haywood 



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GouynaiUest, real , n e ^ a r Inc E , 

Established 1881. S. E- CoURT SqUaRE. 

Sawyer Jamie, bds 58 Haywood 

Sawyer Mary Miss, r 94 N Main 

Sawyer Ellen Miss, r 94 N Main «o 

Saville Prof, dancing master, bds Magnolia House 

Scales Rebecca, c, cook, 78 Bailey ^ 

S3 

Scalp Alice, cook, 27Shoit ^ 

SCHARTLE J W, Merchant Tailof, 42 N Main, r 30 g 

Orange (See desc art) -P* 

Schartle J W Mrs, r 30 Orange ^ 

Sbhartle Linda Miss, r 30 Orange # r ~" 
Schartle Willie Miss, r 30 Orange 

Schartle Leon L, telegraph operator, bds 30 O/ange s* 

The Neatest and Jlost ffcniet |>laee in Town to spend an hour or ^ 
two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time 'smile." is at S> 

Cor. South Main & Eagle, * 



Jas. H, Louffhran's White'Man'rBar," - 



(Down Stairs.) 



« III I p I; n I Organized May, 1888; Lewis Mad, lux 

- WBSiGrn Laro na banki *«»««*, l. f. ^lm„,i. vice-presi- 

■S IIUOIUMI UUIUINJU UUMIX! (Jent j ,, Rankill) Cashier . Capital. 
=s $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. .State. County and City Depository. Cene- 
"S ral Banking Business Transacted. 

SCH "~ r ~ 320 SCO 

S£ Schartle Fred, tailor, wks J W Schartle, N Main,r College, 

-S near Pine 

w Schartle Fred Mrs, r College near Pine 

b Schencke Frederick J, c, servant, bds Bartlett and Adams 

% Schmidt Walter, assistant cook Battery Park, r same 

C3 Schiller Alix, tailor, bds 12 Jefferson Drive 

|SCHIFFMAN S, Pawnbroker, N Main, bds College 

and Spruce (See descriptive article) 
w Scott Walter c* tailor, r Water and Patton ave 
\ Scott Anna L Mrs, r 56 French Broad ave 
giiScott Hattie M Miss, r 56 French Broad ave 
txScott Annie L Miss, r 56 French Broad ave 

tj THE ASHEVILLE AND CHAGQY MOUNTAIN EMLWAY C0M? £ 

j.= Wji, W. Wkst, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwvx, President. 



— — 

s 



a ~Scotl Sadie E Miss, r 56 French Broad ave 
fcisScott Gace L Miss, r 56 French Broad ave 
2^Scott.Edw F, master, r 56 French Broad ave 
U Scott Helen A Miss, bds 56 French Broad ave 
fe Scott Jno c, bell boy Battery Park 
^Scott Susie, r 136 Church 
OScott John, r 136 Church 
°^Scott Dora c, cook, Atkinson 

S^iSCOTT H T c, hatter, cleaner, and repairer, Patton ave t 
c/3 and Water, r same, (See desc art) 

§Scott Jennie c, cook, 216 Haywood 
oScott Peggie c, f 25 Mulberry 



&PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 Smith Main Stat, 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



TTfE can Sell your Real Estate at a higher price, 
VV can purchase for you at a lower figure, and 
charge you less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



w 



JE can Sell your Real Estate at a higher price, 
can purchase for you at a lower figure, and 
charge you less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



M fiiNloinor 



zztlsz kwt & kill's Im Stsn, 31 Fatten k £ 

Your trade appreciated. Your interest studied. *2{ 



SCO 321 .SEV <3 

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SCOTT GEO F, lumber, sash, doors and blinds, office jj* 

College and Pulliam, [Tel office 60, yards 61,] r 56 g 

French Broad ave £2$ 

Scripture R P Mrs, bds 78 Park ave go 

Scripture Lilian E Miss, r 78 Park ave O 

Scruggs Sarah Miss, pupil H I School * 
Scruggs Dora Miss, pupil H I School 



Scruggs Butler, elk J N Morgan & Co, N Main, r Davidson s Jj 
S'econd Baptist Church, Rev J L Carroll pastor, French Brd 



2 s 

2-5 
and Patton ave ~* 

5-8 



Self Perry, vvks A fur factory, bds Spring, near broom factory 
Sentles James, lab, r near street car junction, South Side ave 3? 



THE ASBEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY II 



a 
9 

t 

Wm. W. Wkst, Sec. und Treas. W. B. Gwyn. President. •» 

• » CI 

r 



Sentles Johnnie, r near street car junction, South Side ave 

Setzer, Katie, c, laundress, bds Cripple Creek 

Sewel Thos, wks cotton factory, bds 39 -W Haywood «« 

Sevier Edwd, contractor, v 77 Hill >-o 

Sevier Sallie Miss, bds 77 Hill ^ 

Sevier Jos, carp, bds 77 Hill t 

Sevier James, bds 104 Hill Side 

Sevier Danl, private secretary City Tax; Collector, r 104 Hill g 

Side . -^ 

Sevier Joseph, corresponding secretary Register Deeds 
SEVIER JAS V, Livery and Sale Stables, 83 South jg 

Main, (Tel 25) r 104 Hill Side ' ■ ^ 

Jas, H, loughfanVfiitelan's Bar," ^t;t!! sk I 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, anljm«ces_chaji^^ * 



Organized May, 1888; Lewi^ Maddux. 



-; Western Euok Bank, ^r^^^:.^ 

« $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

as 

SEV 322 SHE 



or 



Sevier Jas V Mrs, r 104 Hill Side 
-£ Sexton Lizzie, bds Cripple Creek 
r Sharp — , lab, bds 16 Buttrick 
§ Sharp Mattie Miss, r 17 Charlotte 

* Sharp Mary Miss, Matron Children's Home, No 17 Charlotte 
g Shank R H, bricklayer, r 5 Spring 
±1 Shank W H, bricklayer, r 5 Spring 
^ Shank Emma Miss, r 5 Spring 

Shank Laura E Mrs, r 5 Spring 
5 Sharpless T W, r 64 North French Broad ave 
2-g Sharpless T W Mrs, r 64 French Broad ave 

ou Shavis Mary, c, ch maid, r 27 Valley 

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N THE ASBEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY 

CO c 

£=" Wm,.W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. 

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°-g Shalfont Frank, bds 120 Cherry 
■ II Shaw T C, bds 146 Church 

I Shell Fredk, bds near- 14 Phillip 

"- Shell Azor, mechanic, r near 14 Phillip 
r Shell Mattie Mrs, r near 14 Phillip 

§ Shelton Sallie, c, laundress, r 40 Mountain 

Sheddrick Thos, c, wks Battery Park, r 342 Haywood 
Sherrill Fannie, wks cotton mills, bds near same 

g Sherrill Jno, wks fur factory, bds near cotton factory 

5© Sherrill Angeline, c, laundress, r 34 Madison 

— Sherrill Dick, c, lab, 34 Madison 

O Sherrill Bell, c, bds 157 Hill 

*t 

g McKINNON Si PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

g CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PURITY OF GOODS, j2j 

OMIKXESS TO CUSTOMERS, and J^. 

ROMPTXE&S WITH ORDERS VXD PRESCRIPTIONS *^ 

RAYSOR efts SMITH, 31 Patton *A^~v&. tz% 



SHE 323 SHO 



Sherrill Sarah J, wks cotton mills, bds near same 

Sherrill Minnie, wks cotton mills, bds near same g 

Sherrill, wid J D, r near cotton factory \&+ 

Sherrill R J, genl mngr electric street cars, office South Main, ^ 

r Bridge, near Woodfin CI 

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Sherrill R J Mrs, r Bridge, near Woodfin 

Sherman F R, bds 420 South Main J 

Sheppard Charles, lab, r McDowell nr Fitch Planing Mills ^J 

Sheppard Gillie A, r McDowell nr Fitch Planing Mills 

Shepard Walter, mechanic, bds Roberts and Buxton 

Shepard F R Rev, r 36 Depot 

Shepard G J, r 36 Depot 



The Sunset Mountain Land Co 



E. Court Square. 






CWYN & WEST f| 

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Shepard M H Mrs, r 36 Depot . -*& 



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Sheppard — R-?v, bds 11 1 Academy 5 

Shidles Lou, bds 423 S Main 

Shipman Burnett, housemaid 91 Woodfin 

Shipman Mary L, r McDowell nr Fitch Planing Mills 

Shipman W P, carp, r McDowell nr Fitch Planing Mills 

Shipman Thomas, wagoner, bds 48 N Main 

Shipman Minnie, c, laundress, r 29 Hill 

Shope Will, traveling salesman Baltimore, bds Grand Central 

Shook L F, wks Asheville Fur Factory, r 307 Bailey 

Shook Lorania, r 307 Bailey 

Shook A G, bds 307 Bailey 



JAS.B.LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR,"! 



The WHISKIES 
WINES AND 
BRANDIES AT 

Have been recommended bv the leading physicians of the State lor medicinal 
purposes. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Preai- 

' dent. J. !•>, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
;± S.")0,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
•S and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. » ' 

■^ SHO~~ 324 " SIM 

>*" Shook Neni, bds 307 Bailey 
^ Shook Oscar, bds 307 Bailey 

~Shrier Mrs, r 11 Pine 

§»Shuford Joseph, flagman, R and D Ry, bds 92 Cherry 
^Shuford F L, brickmason, r 92 Cherry 

oShuford R, Mrs, r 92 Cherry 

^Shuford W E, flagman R and D Ry, bds 92 Cherry 
^.Shuford Lula, c, cook 217 Haywood 
^ Shuford King, lab, r 27 Sycamore 

3 SHUFORD GEORGE A. Judge inferior court, Jones & 
Se| Shuford attys at law, office Johnston buildino- S Main, 

bds Swan Hotel. (See card) 

WStlloufllMLiniJlo, CWYN&W T' t 

S. IE. .COURT SQUARE. 



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m.|Shuler Jane, seamstress, r 31 Grove 



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egler J B, merchant, r 266 Patton ave 

egler J M, merchant, r 266 Patton ave 

egler J M Mrs, r 266 Patton ave 

gmon Burrell, c, r 1 Beaumont 

Iver Delia, c, servant, r Victoria, 1^ miles S Main 

lver America, c, laundress, bds Cripple Creek 

monton, wid J B, r 73 Depot 

monton Silas, c, tanner, bds Walnut nr N Main 

monton Elsie, c, bds Walnut nr No Main 

ms Westley, c, eating house, r Pine and College 

ms Lemie, c, waitress, r Pine and College 



E McKIHNON & PETRIE. MercM Iailo[S , 58 Sou " ain street, 

^ _ — . — _ — 

- CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PURITY OF OOOnS, J2* 

OUIEXKSSTO CUSTOMERS, and J^. 

ROMPT.NESS WITIlbKOERS AND ■>■'"< «nni«*« I 



PKFA( RIPTIOXS ,. 



RAYSOR «*? SMITH, 31 I=>£»,ttc3ix -A.ve>. »2J 



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SIM 325 SIS 

Simpson James, tailor, bds 17 Bridge 

Simpson W J, machinist, r 90 East t/5 

Simpson W J Mrs, r 90 East , ^j 

Simons C W, carp, bds 146 Roberts 

Simons F E, bds 14^ Roberts 



Simmons G H, carp, r near 341 Haywood O 

Simmons Mattie, r near 341 Haywood 

Simmons Eugenia Miss, bds near 341 Haywood 

Simmons Charity, c, cook 58 Haywood 

Simmons Henrietta, c, cook, r Depot near 421 Bailey 

Simmons T, brickmason, r near 14 Hilterbrand 

Simmons Mary M, r near 14 Hilterbrand , ^~ 

, . | 3 

CWYN & WEST 

33. Court Square 



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The Sunset Mountain Land Co 



1 'agents. |e 



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Sinclair Mary Miss, teacher City Graded Schools, bds 103 s? 

Merrimon ave 
Singleton S W R, 1-41 Haywood 



Singleton Rosena, r 41 Haywood 
Singleton Manual, c, r Madison 
Sircy Julia, bds Riverside Park 
Sircy William M, r 537 Haywood 
Sircy A S, r 537 Haywood 
Sircy M D, r 537 Haywood 
Sircy W G, r 537 Haywood 
Sircy Mary, cook College and Valley 
Sisk Cinda, e, cook, r 5 French Broad 



JAS. B. LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR," I 



The WHISKIES 
WINE* AND 
BRANDIES AT 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of t)u> State for medicinal ?* 
purposes. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. ~ 



2 Western Carolina- Bank, l&W^i^ 

' dent. J. J.. Rankin, ( ashier. Capital, 
& $50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
•~ and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 

OS 

% SIS 326 SLU~ 

2? Sisk Sarah, c, laundress, r 157 Valley 

-~ Sitilinsky T N Miss, bds Park ave near Haywood 

- SITES A B, Greenewell & Sites, Propr Oaks Hotel, r 

g same. (See descriptive article) 

I Sites A B Mrs, r Oaks Hotel 

sa Sitton Dove Miss, pupil H I School 
£| Slade Lizzie, c, cook 109 Beaumont 
^3 Slagle Winnie Mrs, r Slagle House 90 Patton ave 
\* Slagie Jolin, elk bds 90 Patton ave 
5 Slagle J H, medical student, r 7 N Main 

[| SLAGLE J L L, Propr Slagle House, 90 Patton ave, r 
o^ same. (See descriptive article) 



The Sunset Mountain Land Go. 



GWYN & WEST, 



.^ greets. 

£5 S. IE. COURT SQTJAEE, , 

g* ; ' 

uj.'s Slack Jessie B, bds 63 Church 

gJ-Sloan Julia C, wks Cosmopolitan Club 

I Sloan Mat, bds 159 Patton ave 

. Sloan Mrs, bds 159 Patton 

I Sloan John, bds 159 Patton 

§ Sloan Andy, c, r 198 S Main 

■^_ Sloan Sarah, c, r 198 S Main 

Sloan J B, elk Mimnaugh's Patton ave, r same 

^ Sluder Charles, elk Brown, Gudger & Co Patton ave, bds 149 

Haywood 

£ Sluder Maggie Miss, bds 74 N Main 

O Sluder Mrs wid Erwin, r 74 N Main 



McKINNON & PETRIE, MercW T-allora, 58 South Main Street 



JK CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



szjZjsz Hays:r Si Smith's Drug Slow, 31 F&tisn k % 

a customer at J a » 7 j » 

Your trade appreciated. Your interest studied. J^J 

' SLU 327 SMI 

Sluder Joseph W, Receiving Teller National Bank of Ashe- 

ville, bds 74 N Main t/i 

Sluder Jos W Mrs, r 74 N Main § 

Sluder Erwin, bds 74 N Main g^ 

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Slyvert W A, r 28 Penland 

Slyvert W A Mrs, r 28 Penland 

Smalley W T Miss, bds 44 Grove 

Smalley Margaret A Miss, bds 44 Grove 

SMATHERS J L MRS, boarding, 318 Patton ave, r fs 

same, (See adv) 
Smathers Ed E, bds 318 Patton ave 1% 



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Smathers J L, trav salesman, Balto, r 318 Haywood 



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Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwy.n. President. *j[ 



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Smathers Eva Miss, pupil A F College ?g, 
Smathers Jno, elk Bostic Bros & Wright, 1 1 N Main, bds j 

149 Haywood - ^ 

Smathers Jno W, drug elk, Carmichael's, S Main, bds 16 ^ 

Charlotte |£ 
Smathers J E, elk Bostic Bros & Wright, N Main, r same 

Small Jessie, bds 3 1 1 S Main g 

Smith Juda, cook, 139S Main § 
Smith Grace L, house maid, 300 S French Broad ave 
Smith Marcus, fireman, bds Jeff Drive nr Freight De;>ot 
Smith Margaret c, waitress, 64 N French Broad ave 
Smith L W, wks Asheville Shoe Factory, bds 76 Depot 

k tUougkn's "While Man's Bar," 1 *.* t*"'* 1 

O Down Stairs. - 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly ?* 



._. ft II It I Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

WBiiBIB WWL Ml Pre8ident ' L - p - McLoud > Vice - Pr «si- 

TTWVytM UUiWMUfe tfUHM; dent> j E . K ankin, Cashier. Capital 
$50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

SMI ~328~~ ~ SMI 



Smith Maggie, r nr 421 Bailey 
Smith E M Mrs, bds 76 Depot 
Smith J C. wks Shoe Factory, bds 76 Depot 
Smith J C, bds 179 S Main 
Smith F'P, bds 179 S Main 
Smith P N, r 82* Park ave 
*| Smith Sue C Mrs, r 82 Park ave 

Smith Stevens, drayman, r 36 Depot 

Smith Susan Mrs, r 36 Depot 

SMITH Dr T C, T C Smith & Co, Druggists, 13 S 

Main (Tei 3), r Chest, head Bridge 
Smitl) John Stacy, bds Chestnut head Bridge 



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THE ASHEV1LLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY 



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£*- Wm. W. Wkst, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Ghvn. President. 

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°-f Smith A E Mrs, r Chestnut head Bridge 

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§& Smith Alice A Miss, r Chestnut head Bridge 
Smith Daisy M Miss, r Chestnut head Bridge 

2 Smith Gussie Miss, r Chestnut, head Bridge 
? Smith T C Jr, r Chestnut, head Bridge 

^ Smith Frank S. drug clerk T C Smith & Co, 13 S Main, bds 
Chestnut, head Bridge 
Smith'Shop, architect, bds 50 Bailey- 

^ Smith Bertha, bds 50 Bailey 

3C Smith Julia, bds Southside ave, near Cripple Creek 

2 Smith Laura, c, cook, 35 Woodfin 

q Smith Julia, c, nurse, 35 Woodfin 

J McKINNON li PEM Merchant Tailors, 58 South. Main Street, 

u CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



WE can Insure your Life or Property in the best 
Companies in existence and at the lowest rates. 
We can rent you a house of any description. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

^S Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



WE can Insure your Life or Property in the best 
Companies in existence and at the lowest rates. 
We can rent you a house of any description. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. " 






Stock of DRUGGISTS' Sl'XDKIES is the 



MnluUri & ulVII 1 most varied and coin- 01 Dn+j J Ayg}]]]P ^ 



plete of any house in Aslieviile. — — — — 25 

SMI 329 ~~ SMI " © 

Smith W E, bricklayer, r 316 N Main § 

Smith Mattie E, r 316 N Main g 

Smith H K Mrs, r42Penland 2$ 



Smith Dr H K, Reeves & Smith, dentists, office Patton ave, 

r 42 Penland 

Smith Maggie Miss, bds 32 Penland © 

Smith Will, r Riverside Park "* 

Smith Jane, r Riverside Park 3 

Smith Martha, cook, r Academy 5 

Smith Wm, barber, r \6\ Havwood ^S 

Smith Rev J R, bds 115 Haywood sL'o 

Smith J R Mrs, bds 115 Haywood 5? 



Gcuyn ^Olest, REAL , E ^ A BA E NCE , 

Established 1881. S. E. CoURT SQUARE. 



Sm 
Sm 
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Sm 
Sm 
Sm 
Sm 
Sm 
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th Dennis, wks cotton mills, r near same 

th Anna, wks cotton mills r near same 

th Mary L Miss, bds 8 Park ave 

tli Sallie S, bds Park ave 

th N H, wks cotton Factory, bds near same 

th Susan, r 34 W Haywood 

th J B, tvks cotton factory, r 34 West Haywood 

th Jerry, lab, r near Ice Factory 

th Tina, c, nurse, Park ave, near Haywood 

th Silas, c, lab, r 27 Valley 

th Ester, c, cook, 27 Valley 

th Lizzie, c, r 35 Valley 



k H, Louehran's liie s Man's : k 



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The Neatest and Host Quiet place in Town to spend an honr or 2? 
two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time 'smile,'" is at =: 

Cor. South Main Sc Eagle, * 



1 town Stairs, i 
22 " 



a-; ill I P I' n I. Organized May, 1888: Lewis Maddux. 

• WPmPM \,M MR KHflK. President, L. P. McLoud. Vice-Presi- 

« nooiGiii uaiuima uoiin, dent T E Rankin (ashier Capitali 

.£ $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
~ est ])aid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department- 
SMI 330 SMI 

^Smith Lizzie, c. waitress, 31 Grove 
Smith Elizabeth, c, bds 426 Bailey 
=^Smith Dock, c, r 426 Bailey 

^jSmith Cattie, c, r 426 Bailey 

§Smith Ellen, c, cook, r 23 McDowell 
-^Smith Chas, c, lab, r bet Bailey and Church 
j»Smith Maggie, c, laundry woman, r bet Bailey and Church 
"e^Smith Hy, c, butler, r bet Bailey and Church 
grSmith Amber, c, gardener, r 156 Church 
«; Smith Jim, c, lab, r 156 Church 
£ Smith Louisa, c, laundress, r 156 Church 
JjfSmith Annie, c, bds 156 Church 



REAL ESTATE, 

I3STSTJR,^^2SrOE. 



3 Gwyn & West, 

£.| E>tai>ii»bed issi. g. E. Court Square. 

U) 

Z TSmith Delia, c, nurse, bds 69 Bailey 
m^Smith James, c, waiter, Glen Rock 
={J5mith Martha, c, r 169 South Main 
« Smith Wilson, c, r 169 South Main 
*" Smith Thos T,c, v 169 S Main 
^•Smith Willie, c, bds 169 S Main 
^Smith Addie, c, bds 169 S Main 
^Smith Beulah, c, bds 169 S Main 

Smith Jack, lab, bds near Cotton Factory 
OSMITH WHITE G, Raysor & Smith, Druggists 31 Pat- 




523 



Sz; 



ton ave (Tel 5), bds VanGilder House, (See adv right 
top lines.) 

& PETR1E MerclMU|t TailQrs ' ^ Ml] M] stmt 



5 Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



< 



Stock of DKl'GOISTS' SCXDKIES la the 



r* 
plete of any house in Abbeville. — — — — ^ 

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9 



HAluUri ft ulVII f| U most varied and com- | Dntj 1 AVGC ^*" 



SMI 331 SMI 



Smith L H, Depty Sheriff, bds College and Valley 

Smith Finley, motorman Asheville St Ry, bds 43 S Main 

Smith John, elk Powell & Snider, r 43 S Main 

Smith Edith Miss, r 61 Bridge 

Smith Sallie Miss, r 61 Bridge 

Smith J M, mngr Farmer's Warehouse, r 61 Bridge 

Smith J M Mrs, r 61 Bridge 

Smith Louisa Mrs, nurse Mission Hospital 17 Charlotte 

Smith E A Mrs, wid W W, r 24 Spruce 

Smith G A, lab, r 348 Haywood 

Smith Mary Jane Mrs, r 348 Haywood 

Smith F L Miss, r 348 Haywood 



Jas. H, Louehran's MelfeVIk 



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GLuyn ^C0est, REAL ,^r NCE , 

Established 1881. S. E. CoURT SQUARE. 

Smith Richard, wks foundry, r Valley 
Smith Amelia, c, laundress, r Valley 
Smith Silla,-r»f1aundress, bds 156 Church 
Smith C A, engr Electric Plant, r 294 N Main 
Smith C A Mus, modiste, r 294 N Main 
Smith Genie Miss, r ill Merrimon ave 
Smith Frank, r 1 1 1 Merrimon ave 
Smith wid Owen, r ill Merrimon ave 
Smith Berta Miss, r in Merrimon 
Smith wid C A D, r 69 Orange 
Smith Sarah Miss, r 270 N Main 
Smith Geo E, r 270 N Main 

The Neatest and Most Quiet place in Town to spend an honr or 
two at Milliards or fool, and at the same time 'smile," is at 

Cor. jjpu t h Main 8s Eagle, 

(Down Stairs.) 



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as 



Organizer! May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 
President, L, P. McLoud, Vice-Pre&i- 
' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier, Capital, 
j& $.')0,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
^ est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 



SMI 



SNI 



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HSm 

= Sm 

-*Sm 

«a e 

SSm 
«Sm 
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th Thos J <r, bds Cripple Creek 

th Emma c, laundress, bds Cripple Creek 

th J VV M, carp, bds 140 Bailey 

th Ida L, r 140 Bailey 

th Maggie c, laundress, r 21 Hilterbrand 

th Ed c, waiter, Battery Park 

th Johanna c, r 27 Sycamore 

th Peter c, lab, r 27 Sycamore 

th Robt c, wks Tob Factory, r 191 Beaumont 

th Anna c, laundress, r 191 Beaumont 

th Jno c, barber, r 142 Pine 

th Amey c, cook, r 142 Pine 



Gwyn & West, 



Established issi. 



IRE-A-Xj estate, 
S. E. Court Square.' 



* ^Smith SHf, lab, r Eagle nr Valley 
ui'sSriiith Annie c, r Eagle nr Valley 
S^Snelson Lottie Miss, pupil H I School 
= Snelson Miss, 35 No. Main, modiste, bds H I School 

Snowden Laura, c, laundress, r 49 Davidson 
^Snowden Emanuel, c, lab, r 49 Davidson 
OSnider Sadie Miss, bds 133 S Main 
^g Snider Morris, bds 133 S Main 
^Snider Jennie E Mrs, r 133 S Main 
OSnider Oswald H, bds 133 S Main 
£ SNIDER W F, Powell & Snider grocers Patton ave 



and S Main (Tel 21), r 136 S Main, 



^ 

K 



& PETRI E Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



Stock of Dttr<JGtSTK* SUNDRIES is tho 



nAluUll 6l 1 V I linO moNtmiednndeom- Ql |U|nn Lpniip 



plete of any lionise in Ashevllle. 






SNI 333 SOR o 

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Snider David, wks Cotton Factory, bds Roberts and Buxton 52* 

Snider Effie, wks Cotton Factory, bds Roberts and Buxton £* 

Snider Jennie, cook, bds 42 Penland fcj 

Snider Jennie Miss, r 71 Seney £<» 

Snider F M, shoemaker, r 71 Seney o 
Snider F M Mrs, r 71 Seney 

Solesber Maggie pupil H I School 1 
Sondley H Mrs, bds 57 Cherry 

Sondley Foster, atty at law, office Legal building, bds 57 || 

Cherry |* 
Sorrells P B, carp, bds 255 Grove 
Sorrels R Z, grocer, N Main, r Hillside and West 

The tot Mountain lud Co. CWYN & w ^ te . | 

S- IE. COUBT SQUARE. y| 

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Sorrels R Z Mrs, r Hillside and West ?| 
Sorrels Lee, bartender The Metropolitan, 29 N Main, r same 

Sorrels John N, engineer, r Hill, near Buttrick ©-> 

Sorrels Nancy L, r Hill, neir Buttrick — 

Sorrels Tames T, clk,r Hill, near Buttrick ?£ 
Sorrell T D, wks cotton mills, r River 
Sorrells Mary J, wks cotton mills, r River 
Sorrells Minnie, wks cotton factory, bds River 

Sorrells W T, wks cotton factory, r River - — - 

Sorrels S E, wks cotton factory, r River p- 

Sorrels Loula wks cotton factory, bds River gg 

Sorrells Will, c, coachman, r 15 S Water ^ m 

, . . _____^____ o* 

J^'STSsraSi* k S, Lngtai'i "lite Man's Bar," | 

on exhibiton to attract the -■-■ ™ ■■■- - 

attention of the lower trade. - - ,. ,. . , _ , =** 

But First-Class Goods only at cor - SOUtn Mam ana Eagle (Sows Stairs.) . 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
pj ?50,000, Surplus, 520,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
s' ral Banking Business Transacted. 
jez _ . 

■* SOR 334 SPE 



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Sorrels Alfred, elk, r 16 Sorrels 
2 Sorrels Lillie Mrs, r 16 Sorrels 
"" Sorrels Lillie Mrs, r 16 Sorrels 
I SORRELS GEO A, Proprietor " Eagle " Saloon, 23 S 

Main, r Broad near, Charlotte (See desc art) 
e| Sorrels G A Mrs, r Broad, near Charlotte 
il Southern Building and Loan Association of Knoxville, Tenn, 

VV H Webb, general State agent ofNQHD Child, 

local secretary, Asheville, N C 
t Southern Express Co, N Ct PI, W G Haughton, manager 
$i (Telephone 83) 

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«'- 

IS Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. 

3a . . 

B >. South worth Wm B, manager Winyah House, ne cor Pine and 

uS, Baird, r same 

S&Sowell T W Rev, c, r 64 Poplar 

p Sowell Julia E, c, r 64 Poplar 

Sparrow Sam, c, coachman, bds 82 Park ave 
O Spain Maggie, chambermaid, Oaks hotel, r same 

Spain Emma, chambermaid, Oaks hotel, r same 

Spain Edward, carp, r 88 Charlotte 
§Spain E Mrs, r 88 Charlotte 
^Speights Charles H, cotton buyer C E Graham Mnfg Co, bds 

Park ave near Haywood 
oSpears J C Mrs, wid Geo T, r 2 Woodfln near N Main 

g McKINNON & PETRIE ]knM TililQfS ' 58 Soiltl1 Mai " Stet ' 

23 Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



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DUVOnn O PMIITUIP st «>« k oI * dk,TC5G1rts ' scxdries is the fc^ 

llniuUil 6! ulVIIInO ,,,«st varied ami com- 01 D.jf™ Lpmip **> 

plete of any honso i;i Ashoville. — -^— -^^^^— — ^^ 

SPE 335 STA " O 
trj 

Spears J, liveryman, r Woodfin near N Main ^ 
Speaks W T, patent medicine dealer, r near 421 Bailey 

Speaks Alice M, r near 421 Bailey fej 

Speaks Maggie R, bds 340 Baile y fco 

Speaks Flora E, bds 340 Bailey CI 

Speaks J L, lab, r 340 Bailey ^ 
Speaks Mary A, bds 340 Bailey- 
Speaks Allison S, bds 340 Bailey 
Spencer Benjamin, c, r 27 Valley 

Speigle Jane, r 108 Cleveland ~® 

Spiilers Mary, bds 265 S Main eg 

Spivey Minnie Miss, pupil H I School 

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fl. CWYN & WEST, 



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'"*■■ ■'»■■"■"■« ■■«■ ■■■ _^_grezvts. 

re - 

S- E. COURT SQ,TJ^iiE!. «• 

■ " ™ *•■ 

Spivey Leicle, wks soda water factory, 217 Haywood, r Hill J |> 

and Gudger 2 

Spivey Annie Miss, pupil H I School so 

Spivey Ollie, r Hill and Gudger -^ 
Spivey T L, wagoner, r Peachtree 
Spivey E M, r Peachtree 
Sprouse David, lab, r 30 Blanton ' 
Sprouse Susie, r 30 Blanton 

Sprinkle Cora L Miss, pupil A F College ^ 

Sprinkle Minnie G Miss, pupil A F College ?- 
Stansill Florence Miss, r 9 Pine 

Stansill G S Mrs, r East nr Seney a- 



Jas, H, Lottghran's "White Man's Bar," § 



No Free Lunches served, or f.. fj I ,„«.L.,J, lifflL'i* M«J« B«« " 

any kind of Wild Animals 

on exhibiton to attract the 

attention of the lower trade. - ?,„ t v w,i^ ,^ !?,»)« m «■ , 

But First-Class Goods only at Cor - Soil «l Mam an! Ea»le (Down Stair:. 



^ III I 1' n I Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux 

mk WBSTfirn LarO (13 BailK. President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
--- IIUOIUIII UUIUIIIIU UUIIIVj dent j E Rankin Ca8hie r. Capital. 

— : $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
ff ral Banking Business Transacted. 

STA 336 STE 

2£ Stansill G S, publisher 'Farmer and Mechanic,' r East near 

•«j Seney 

* — Stamper Candy, r Bridge nr Woodfin 

~" Starr L M Mrs, wid Wm M, r 24 Davidson 

§: Starnes Dr E C, physician, office West End Pharmacy, 272 

s Patton ave, bds Roberts and Buxton 

:§ Starnes J R Mrs, r 27 N Main 

" Starnes G H, real estate, office and r 27 N Main 
** Starnes T C, tobacconist, r 24 Cherry 
I Starnes S M Mrs, r 24 Cherry 
|i Starnes Jno W, r 147 N Main 
tx Starnes Mary J Mrs, r 147 N Main 



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£~ Starnes Fulton, real estate, r Cherry nr Flint 

JJ« Starnes Anna Mrs, r Cherry nr Flint 
jjl. Starnes Alice, bds Cripple Creek 

j' STARNES JESSE R, genl mdse, undertaker and li- 
censed embalmer, 27 N Main, [Tel 51], r same, (See 
q desc art) 

"^Steele J F, bds 179 S Main 
^Steele Jno B Mrs, r 71 Pine 

gSTEELE JNO B, mngr Battery Park Hotel, (Tel 35,) 
l/l (See desc art, page 17,) r 71 Pine 

{"^Steele Delia c, laundress, r nr 263 Bailey 
^Steele N c, waiter, Battery Park 

§ McKINNON & PETRIE ]hxM Tailo|,s ' 58 South Main Street, 

2j Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



WE make a specialty of Mineral and Timber 
Lands, and have at all times such properties 
on hand. We are in direct communication with 
capital seeking such investments. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



WE make a specialty of Mineral and Timber 
Lands, and have at all times such properties 
on hand. We are in direct communication with 
capital seeking such investments. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



ssjtlxS lm Si Smith's Drug Store, 21 Patloa k ^ 

H fllotdllKT lit J W ' . . . J—J 

Your trade appreciated. Your Interest studied. >2j 

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Stepp M Lizzie Miss, pupil A F College J2» 

Stepp Lula R Miss, pupil A F College g 

Stepp A D, r Riverside Park *z% 

Stepp Jos, r Riverside Park £o 

Stepp J H, machj r 64 Pearson ave C! 

Stepp E K, lab, r 64 Pearson ave 

Stewart Mira A Mrs, r 42 Bailey 

Stewart R S, tailor, 42 N Main, r 42 Bailey 

Stewart Jno c, coachman, bds Park ave 

Stewart Jackson c, lab, r Depot nr Freight Depot 

Stewart Eliza c, r Depot nr Freight Depot 

Stelling J H Mrs, r 44 Walnut 2» 



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Stelling J H, bartender Battery Park, r 44 Walnut 

Stephens Charity, cook, Fernihurst § 

Stevens Sue Miss, copying elk office Reg Deeds, bds 35 c# 

Woodfin «-b 
Stevens SamI, carp, bds 36 Short 
Stevens Pinckney, surveyor, bds 36 Short 

Stevens J E, carp, bds North Main - S 

Stevens Jno, elk C D Blanton & Co, North Court Place, bds j§ 

1 1 1 Academy ^ 

Stevens Hy, atty, bds ill Academy — - 

Stevens Etta, c, cook, 50 Baird o£ 

Stevens Jacob, c, bds Creek ^ 

Jas. H. Loughran J s "While Man's Bar/' *^J£* - i 

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c^ 111 1 I' n I. Organized May, 1888'; Lewis Maddux, 

• WfiMPM Lflrn 103 KM, President, L. P. McLoud, vice-Presi- 
de iiGdiom umuima uaim) dent j K Rankin (asllier . rapituli 

.2 $50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
'■^ and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 

STE 338 STI 

^ Stevens Edward, prin Colored Graded Schools, bds 38 Pine 
"^ Stephenson Florence, r H I School 
-STEPHENSON SALINA MRS, Propr Stephenson 

House, Patton ave and Church (See desc art) 
» Stephenson Rachel Miss, pupil H I School 
Stephenson — , bds 179 South Main 
Stephenson Lenia, bds Patton ave and Church 
Stephenson James, bds Patton ave and Church 
I Stephenson A F, ptr, r Patton ave and Church 
£ Stevenson Chas, tinner, bds 27 Silver 
gjj Stevenson Royal, bds 27 Silver 
g^ Stevenson M E, r College, near Pine 

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w^ Stevenson Rebecca, c, cook, Chestnut and Merrimon ave 

E£ Stevenson Matilda, c, r 212 Beaumont 

! STIKELEATHER CHAS, Stikeleather Bros, Livery, 

Feed and Sale Stables, near Church, r ri8 Charlotte 

(Tel 7) (See desc art) 
§ Stikeleather F Mrs, r Church, near Willow 
^ STIKELEATHER F, J H Woody & Co, Harness and 

Carriages, 68 South Main, (Tel 71) r Church, nr Wil- 
q low (See desc art) 

gg Stikeleather Chas Mrs, r 118 Charlotte 
pjStimbacher H, lumber dealer, bds Van Gilder House 
O Stinnett C L, carp, r 348 Haywood 

g McKlMON & PETWE, MM Mm > 58 M Mai0 sw 

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~ CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



Yon will never 
regret becoming: 
a customer at 



hp Si Smith's Dng Stirs, 31 Pato Ave, g 



Your trade appreciated. Your interest studied. 



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Stinnett Nora Mrs, r 348 Haywood G 

Stotier Wm, c, porter, bds. Oakland ave, near Glen Rock- 
Stone R K, vvks Asheville Shoe Factory ^ 
Stone W A, wks Asheville Shoe Factory, bds Magnolia House £0 
Stone Louisa, c, laundress, r near Phillip 
Stover, Martha, c, seamstress, r 7 Sorrell 
Stover Jas, c\ wks R'y Co, bds 7 Sorrell 

Stokeley R J Mrs, r 1 1 Centre 
Stokeley R J, Dept Reg Deeds, r 11 Centre 
Stockard Jno, bds Stephenson House, Patton ave and Church j 
Stockton Lizzie C Miss, bds < Flint -8 

Stockton M E, printer, bds c Flint SS 

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Stockton Maggie Miss, bds 5 Flint " ?| 

Stockton Sallie C Miss, bds 5 Flint | 

Stockton A L, bds 5 Flint 

Stockton, wid A H, bds 5 Flint 

Stockton Joseph W, groceryman, bds 5 Flint 

STRAUSS E, propr Strauss European Hotel, S Main, 

r same. (See desc article) 
Strauss Carrie Miss, r Strauss Hotel S Main 
Strauss Mary Miss, r Strauss Hotel S Main 
Strauss J Mrs, r Strauss Hotel S Main 
Strauss H Miss, r Strauss Hotel, S Main 
Strieker Addie Mis?, pupil H I School ^ 

Jas, H, Louffhran's "While Man's Bar. n ^^™±M | 

O Down Stairs. - 

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Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 
President. L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. E, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
_i $50,000, .Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
'S and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 

STR 340 SUM 

** Strieker Sallie Miss, pupil H 1 School 

!? Stroup Mrs, r Southside ave rur Cripple Creek 

— Stroup Edgar, plumber, bds Southside ave nr Cripple Creek 

= Stroup Maggie, house girl, bds in Academy 
Jj; Stroud Rhody, c, cook 44 Grove 

= Strudwick E Mrs, bds j6 Haywood 
■t| Straub Phillip, carp, bds 2 Blanton 
^ Stratford John, wks Cotton Factory, bds 511 Haywood 
b? Stradley S Miss, bds 49 Academy 
£ Stradley Ruth Mrs, r Spring nr Broom Factory 
£ I Stradley W C, grocer, r Spring nr Broom Factory 
\ Street J J, mngr R R Walker 64 Grove, bds 35 Woodfin 

CWYW & WEST, 

-A.g'eri.ts. 
S. IE. aOTTIRT SQTJAEE. 



The Snust Mounts Land Co. 



w.| Street Toab, c, lab, bds nr 263 Bailey 

t£ Street Thomas, cond Motor car Line, r 82 S Main 

1 Stuart Thomas Mrs, r 82 S Main 

Suddreth Katie, Woodworking Co, r nr Demens 

^ Suddreth Cornelia, Woodworking Co, r nr Demens 
ZJ Suddreth James, Woodworking Co, r nr Demens 
^g Suddreth Martha, wid, Woodworking Co, r nr Demens 
. Suddreth Jos, watchman Woodworking Co, r nr same 
% Suddeth P F, r Battery Park Hotel 
^ Suit James, wks Cotton mills, bds River 
ffi Suit Martha, wks Cotton Factory, bds River 

' Sumner Nora A Miss, r Hill nr Buttrick 



g McKINNON & PETRIE, fcW Iailo[S , 58 Srt to Stet - 

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g CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PURITY OF GOODS, ^ 

OMTKVKSS TO CUSTOMERS, and Jj,. 

RO.MPTXESS WITH ORDERS A.VD PRESCRIPTIONS ^ 

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Sumner Theo, elk Glen Rock Hotel, r same 

Sumner Florence A Mrs, r Hill nr Buttrick 

Sumner B H, elk Glen Rock Hotel, r same 

Sumner F A, real estate, office 5 Pattern ave, r Hill nr But- 

trick £-j 

Summers Oliver, machinist, removed to Kentucky 
Summers Daisy, c, laundress, r 314 Bailey ^ 

Summers Tames, wks Asheville Fur Factory, bds Spring nr 

Broom Factory 
SUMMEY E T, trial justice, U S commissioner, chm'n |j 

Co Board Education, office W Court Place, r 115 ?» 

Haywood ^* 



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" AGENTS. iC 

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JS. DE3. Court Square. 



The Sunset Mountain Land Co, 






Summey Laura, bds 34 Silver 

Summey K L, carp, bds 167 Hill 

Summey Albert, tobacconist, bds 121 Haywood 

Summey Sefrona, r nr Ice Factory 

Summey Etta Miss, bds 115 Haywood 

Summey Alice, cook, bds Jeff Drive nr freight depot 

Summey Will, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r 134 Valley 

Summey Harriet, c, v 134 Valley 

Summey A T Mrs, r 115 Haywood 

Sullivan Hez, farmer, bds Depot near Freight Depot 

Sullivan Herbert, farmer, bds Depot near Freight Depot 

Sullivan P R. c, porter Swan Hotel, r same 



JAS. H. LOUGBRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR," i 



The WHISKIES 
WINES AND 
BRANDIES AT 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the Ktate lor medicinal r"* 
purposes. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. ~ 



, ■ i, m . Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

tern Ciro ti Bunk president - l - p - McL 0U d, vke-presi- 

y.iii d*uj,u um< dent> j E# Rankin> Cashier Capita , 

rg $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

j SUT 342 SWE~ 

^Sutson Edward, c, lab, r S Main 
_• SiKson Jane, c, r S Main 
^.Suttles Jane, bds n Short 

«r Suttles Joseph, r Oak and Woodfin 

» Suttles Pink, m Oak and Woodfin 

* Suttles Fannie Miss, r Oak and Woodfin 

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3§ Suttles Emma Miss, r Oak and Woodfin 
£ Suttle D D, r Oak and Woodfin 
» Suttle D D Mrs, r Oak and Woodfin 
j Sutphin John D, cabntmaker, bds 2 Blanton 
<5Suthers Edward, bds 179 S Main 

g^ Sutherly Piney, bds 35 W Haywood 

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S to Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwvx. President. 

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°|'Swartzherg M Mrs, r 10 Patton ave 

|JSWAI?-TZBERG M, Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes 

and Gents Fur Goods' 10 Patton .ave, r same. (See 
? descriptive article) 

: SWANNANNOA HOTEL, South Main, Howell Cobb, 

O Propr. (Commencing Jan '91) 

Swepson William, c, janitor Graded Schools, bds 35 Gudger 
^ Swepson Laura, c, r 9 Valley 
5 Swepson Robert, lab, 9 Valley 
r/j Swepson Pink, c, lab, bds 38 Hill 
^Swepson Calvin, c. lab, r 38 Hill 
q Swepson Dollie, c, r 38 Hill 

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g MUM Si PETRIE MeriAant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

— ; CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PURITY OF GOO ON. *B* 

OEITENESS TO CUSTOMERS, and ^ 

ROM PTXESS WITH ORDERS AXD PRESCRIPTIONS J^ 

RAYSOR %Se SMITH, 31 Patton Ave. »^| 



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Swepson Maggie, c, bds 38 Hill 

Swepson Callie, c, bds 38 Hill 

SWICEGOOD L, Decorative Sign Painter, 13 Willow 

r 173 S Main. (See descriptive article) 
cegood Carrie B, r 173 S Main 

cegood L Mrs, r same O 

ney Mack, lab, r 46 Madison ^ 

ney Mary Jane, r 46 Madison 

nk Laura, bds 169 S Main -§5 

nk J C, blksmith, r 188 S Main 

nk Jane L, r 188 S Main %9 

nk Lena, bds 188 S Main ^ 



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AGENTS. 
33. Court Square. 



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nk Robert, painter, 40; l / 2 Southside ave 
nk Susan Mrs, r 405^ Southside ave 
nk L V Miss, removed to Concord, N C 
nk J L, tob roller, South Depot near terminus Bailey 
nk Susan E, r South Depot near terminus Bailey 
nk Joseph, lab, South Depot near terminus Bailey 
nk Lillie, r South Depot near terminus Bailey 
nk John, bds South Depot near terminus Bailey 

TAFF R A, painter, bds 27 Spruce S- 

TafT Lawrence, printer, bds 2J Spruce 
Talley Charity c, seamstress, r Baptist Hill 



JAS. H. LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR," I 



The WHISKIES 
WINES AND 
BRANDIES AT 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the State lor medicinal ^ 
purposes- COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. A 



zj ... . •, ■ i Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

- Wesiepn Cud mi Sink. president > l - p - McL ° ud - vice-pre* 

^ YYWWiii WWiWiHiMr tJ^iiU; dent> j E Rankin, Cashier. Capital 
S $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

% ~~TAL 314 TAY 

25 Talley Giles <r, porter, bds 157 Church 
-5 Tarpley Thos, engr, bds Jeff Drive nr Freight Depot 
&- Tate Matties, laundress, r Sj Beaumont 
§ Tat) Will c, r 200 Patton ave 
' Tate Harriette B Miss, bds 193 Patton ave 
3 Tate Paul C. bds 193 Patton ave 
:ji Tate, wid W S, r 193 Patton ave 
*- Tate Alice M Miss, r 193 Patton ave 
*f Tate Adelaid S Miss, bds 193 Patton ave 
g Tate Mary Miss, bds 193 Patton ave 
<| Tate Eugene B, bds 193 Patton ave 
gt Taylor Jno, lab, r 22 Brick 



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'HE ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY 

Wii. \V. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. 



° I' Taylor R M, solicitor P A Demens Woodwork Co, bds 55 
5 & College 

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5 Taylor Mary, r 22 Brick 

2 Taylor Mary J c, cook, 261 Chestnut 

^Taylor Ada c, cook, Academy 

^ Taylor Jos, farmer, r Madison 

Taylor Rebecca, r Madison 

^ TAYL'OR FITCH, Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, house 

furnishing goods and plumbers, 43 Patton ave, (Tel 

3D 95), r Church, (See adv) 

S Taylor Sarah M Mrs, r Church 

^ Taylor Maria, c, cook, 199 Haywood 

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fe McEUNOH \ PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

^ CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



IF you wish to Buy or Sell Real Estate of any 
description, Rent your House, Insure your Life or 
Property, make no mis take, you can do so to the 
best advantage with us. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



IF you wish to Buy or Sell Real Estate of any 
- description, Rent your House, Insure your Life or 
Property, make no mistake, you can do so to the 
best advantage with us. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and' Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C 



DAVOOD P ^!\il ITLDO S,ocU of ^ICOOHTS' SUNDRIES is the g. 
[inluUFl Ci ulYI'in U most varied ami com- 01 DnffnTi jUotllip ^ 

plete of any house in Asheville. — «—=———* £j^ 

TAY 345" TAY § 

Taylor E Fitch, elk Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, 43 Patton M 



Taylor Dr H L, physician, office Patton ave, Grand Opera 2 
House bldg, r 120 Haywood (Telephone 2) 

Taylor Emma Mrs. r 120 Haywood ' 

Taylor Chas, c, railroader, r Old Depot, near R and D Ry 2 
Shops <1 

Taylor John, c, lab, r near cotton factory -n 

Taylor Wm, c, lab, r near cotton factory 5 

Taylor Laura, c, wks cotton Factory, r near same #g 

Taylor F2nglish G, r 134 Church 

Taylor Marintah Mrs, r 134 Church 



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Established ism. S. E. Court Square. 



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Taylor H B, engineer, bds Jefferson Drive, near freight £3 

depot t g 

Taylor Leona, r S Main ^ 

Taylor Obed, r S Main ^ 

Taylor Lottie, c, r 169 S Main S£ 
Taylor T, c, r 169 S Main 
Taylor Sarah F. r S Main 

Taylor Allie, r S Main I 

Taylor Wm, rock'mason, r S Main '>- - 

Taylor Lou B, bds 70 Bailey ~ 

Taylor Thos, bds 146 Church g£ 

Taylor Morgan, r 431 S Main j^ 

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The Neatest and Most Quiet place in Town to spend an hour or ^ 

two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time 'smile," is at =: 

k H, Loughran's Wh iieltanW £2i ~~7~^ £ 



t» 111 l I! , Fl I. Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux 

* Western Lara na Bank, ^ re t d r%\\^& Vic c Pr r v 

' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
~ $50,000, Surplus. $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 

'£ ral Banking Business Transacted. 

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TAU 346 TEN 

igTAIJCHEN WENCESLAU, Merchant Tailor, 65 S 

Main, bds Grand Central (See desc article) 
^league Robert, lab, r 6o Seney 
^Teague Mrs, r 6o Seney 
«Teague A H, carp, r near 47 West 
"^Teague Mattie, r near West 
tfTebbets Hannah E Mrs, bds 13 Grove 
'^Telephone, Southern Bell Telephone Co, .office N Court 

Place ^Telephone 100) 
I Templeton Lida Miss, bds 117 S French Broad 
•JjTempleton Lutie Miss, bds 117 S French Broad 
£.|Templeton W C, carp, r 117 S French Broad 

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fc.S Wm. W, West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyx. President. 

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J-Jempleton C E Mrs, r 1 17 S French Broad 
«^emp!eton Maggie Miss, bds 117 S French Broad 
£ pennant Dr G B, physician, r Charlotte near Clayton 
C^ennant G B Mrs, r Charlotte, near Clayton 

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h Tennant J A Mrs, r 199 Chestnut 

3!ennent J A, contractor, r 199 Chestnut 
CXennent Sam, travelling salesman, r 151 Charlotte 
©3Tennent Sam Mrs, r 151. Charlotte 
^*ennent Annie Miss, bds 103 Academy 

^jennent Wm, bookkeeper Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, Pat- 
^ ton ave, bds 1 1 1 Academy 

Pjennent ChaYles, r in Academy 

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g McKINNQN 6 PETRIE, Merchant TaUors, 58 Sooth Main" Street, 

fct Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



RAYSOR & SMITH'S 



Stock of OKI AGISTS* sf.vdries Ik the 



limit v 



,a,ieda„«.<o„.. jj p^ fl^y^ j> 
plete of any house in Asheville. __—__— _____ — ^^^ 

TEN 347 THO 
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Tennent Julia Miss, r in Academy . ^| 

Tennent Gaillard, surveying corps, bds 1 1 1 Academy 
Terry Mrs, 88 N Main SzJ 

Terrell Theo, bookkeeper C E Graham Mnfg Co, bds Park f>o 
ave, near Haywood O 

Thiker Hy J, millwright, bds 44 Phillip j 

Thiker Loula, bds 44 Phillip 
Thompson Wm, c, bell boy Battery Park Hotel 
Thompson S, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 



Thompson Annie, c, chambermaid Swan Hotel, r same 

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Thompson Ophelia, c, school teacher, r 147 Valley 
Thompson Julia Miss, bds 46 S Main 



The .nasot Mountain Land k 



CWYN & WEST, 

_A_.g-en.ts. 



Thompson 0, bkkpr Judge Aston's rear 20 S Main, bds' 67 



Thompson John, <r, railroader, bds old Depot nr R & D shops 

Thompson S, bds rear 348 Haywood 

Thompson Walter, carp, r rear 348 Haywood 

Thompson Anna Mrs, nurse 37 French Broad ave 

Thompson Maggie, bds 63 Church 

Thomason W T, train cond R and D, r 85 Depot 

Thomason M C Mrs, r 85 Depot 

Thomas Annie Miss, pupil H I School 

Thojnas Fannie, c, laundress, r 134 S Pine 

Thomas Sylvester, c, cook Cosmopolitan Club 



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any kinc 

on exhibiton to attract the 
attention of the lower trade. 
But FirsfcClass Goods only at Cor - South Maln ani Ea ? le ®° m stalrs -) ~ 



Organized May. 1888; Lewis Maddux. 

President, L, P. Me Loud. Vice-Preei- 
' dent. J. E. Rankin,. Cashier. Capital, 
<£ $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
3 est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

3 THO 348 TIL 

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^Thomas Jane, c, r 283 Depot 
_• Thomas — , bds 177 S Main 
^Thomas John, c, railroader, bds Cripple Creek 
g THRASH THAD W & CO, "Crystal Palace" Grand 

Opera House Block Patton ave. (See adv) 
-* Thrash, wid John, bds Roberts and Buxton 
j| Thrash Elmina Mrs, r 352 Haywood 
i2 Thrash George, elk, bds 352 Haywood 
^ Thrash Walter, bds 352 Haywood 
»» Thrash Eugene, groceryman, bds 352 Haywood 
I Thrash George, physician,, r 352 Haywood 
« 3 Thrash Sallie Mrs, bds 352 Hay wood 



Gwyn & West, 

• Established 188)1. S. E. CoURT SQUARE. 



^E^H. ESTATE, 

HTSTJRA.1TCE. 



S';Thra*sh H B, bds 56 Phillip 

w| THRASH J M, Graves & Thrash, dry goods and 

notions 19 S Main, P O Coalville, N C. (See desc 

article) 
Thrash P H, elk Graves &'Thrash 19 S Main, r same 
.£ Thrall Nellie B Mrs, r 44 Phillip 
5 Thrall F E, millwright, r 44 Phillip 
dg Thyler, wid Frederick, bds 362 W Haywood 
~ Tillman Sallie, laundress, r 148 Academy 
O Tillson Hy, r 24 Water 
►^.Tillson Maudie Mrs, r 24 Water , 

tS Tillson G W, trav salesman, N Y, r Grand Central 

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Z McKINNQN & PETRIE ]lmM Tailors ' r>8 Sl)lllli )lai ° strCft ' 

2 Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended tp. 



DAUOnn O PIMITLIIP Stock ot ntUGOtSTK' SlT*I»RtES is tW fc^ 

♦ tlftlOUil & olVIIInO mos t varied and com- 01 Dgjlnn Lpniip !> 

plete of auy house in Aslievllle. ^— — — — «=— . . ^_^ 

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Tiller Max, jeweler Cosby's 27 Patton ave, bds 5 Flint 

Timms Kizzie Miss, pupil H I School 

Tino Julius, lab, r 419 N Main fej 

Tino Susan F, r 419 N Main fco 

Tinslev Violet, c, cook 211 Patton ave CI 

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Tomkins Laura Mrs, bds 250 Patton ave J 

Tomlin Alvin, c, teamster, r 40 Poplar 
Tomlin H L, railroader, bds 500 S Depot 
'Tomlinson T F, editor Country Homes, office and res 11 N 

Main 
Toole Sidney, c, barber, r Buttrick 
Tow Johanna Miss, seamstress, r 72 Mountain 



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Townsend M L, r 127 Beaumont 

Townsend Mrs, r 127 Beaumont 3 

Townsend Geo K, wks Tobacco Factory, r 127 Beaumont 

Townsend VV A, shoemaker, r 87 Hill »■© 

Townsend'F K, Mrs, r 87 Hill 

Townes Sid, c, coachman, bds 48 Grove 

Trale Andy, c, carp, r 83 Beaumont 

Treece Dr J F, physician and surgeon, bds 64 South Main 

Trentham Chas, wks cotton mills, bds 33 W Haywood 

Trentham G W, cooper, r 33 W Haywood 

Trentham Lucinda, r 33 W Haywood 

Trentham Willie, bds 33 W Haywood 



No Free Lunches served, or f„„ f„,«U»Jii llfflliiid MaJ« flan " 
any kind of Wild Animals 
on exhibiton to attract the 

attention of the lower trade. -„„ m'x\. •»•_ .- 3 w«li« ,„ „. . 

But First-Class Goods only at Car - Soilth Main ana Ea 2 le < DoTO stal "' 



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^ ill I PI 1 [1 L Organize! May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

• WRMprR ifirfl flR MWL President, T, P. McLoud, Vice-Presif 

K HGdiGin uaiuima uaii^ dent T E Rankin (ashier Cftpita j 

.2 $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
^ est paid on deposits of four montlis or longer in Savings Department. 

jf " TRE 350 TRI 

£T Trenholm A M Mrs, r icn Academy 

_. Trenholm Helen Miss bds 103 Academy 

fc^ Trenholm Savage E, r 103 Academy 

^ Trexler B L, railroader, V 88 Depot 

I Trexler M E Mrs, r 88 Depot 
«■= Trexler Clarkey, r 172 South Main 
3 Trexler David, bds 172 South Main 
s2 Trexler B C, r 172 South Main 

!^ Tresnon Jas, wks Electric Light Co, r 43 South Main 
» Trezevant R G, ticket agent R&D R'y Co, r 95 Bailey 

Tredaway, Jas, elk J R Starnes, North Main, bds 59 North 
Main 

I Gwyn & West, ""^EEESS^ 

g| Established 1881. g £. CoURT SQUARE. 

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3 >. Trezevant Mamie Mrs, r 95 Bailey 

ui| Trinity Episcopal Church, Church, bet Willow and Patton 

ave. Rev. McNeely DuBose Rector, 
2= Trice Annie Miss, bds 176 Merrimon ave 

Trivett W W, carp, bds 123 Roberts 
^ Trivett Laura Mrs, bds 123 Roberts 
w> Triplett Geo W, real 85 Park ave 
<5g Triplett Mary L Mrs, r rear 85 Park ave 
^ TRIPLETT T W, Triplett Bros, Groceries, Roberts, r 
O near 85 Park ave 

^ Triplett A M, Triplett Bros, groceries. Roberts, near 85 Park 

S ave 

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Z McKINNON & PETBIE, MM Tailors ' ;18 Soilth >l;li " strwt 

^J Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



liflloUn & OlVII || most varied and com- 3} PattOIl AV6BTie. fe 

2_| 

pleie of any house in Asheville. ___■___ ^5 

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Triplett M T, carp, bds rear 85 Park ave ^ 

Triplett O W, wks Graham's Factory, bds near 85 Park ave q 
Triplett C C, drayman, bds near 85 Park ave 

Triplett Creed, bds near 85 Park ave gp 

Trotter Bettie, c, laundress, r 130 Valley <__> 

Trotter Chas, c, r 130 Valley O 
Troy W C, contractor, r 57 .Cherry 
Troy L E, Mrs, r 57 Cherry 

Troy Chas W, r 57 Cherry 3 

Troy R H, r 57 Cherry |S 

TROY W B, Contractor, office 5 Patton ave, bds Vanfg 

Gilder House (See adv front cover) 



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Established 1881. S. E- CoURT SQUARE. "5 

=.50 

Troy W B Mrs, bds Van Gilder House "I 

Tuc Rhoda, c, laundress, r near French Broad and Haywood £ 

Tucker Zilla, c, laundress, r near 64 Poplar __ 

Tugman Effie, bds near Asheville Fur Factory 

Tugman J M, wks Asheville Fur Factory, r near same 

Tugman Alice, r near Asheville Fur Factory ;»■ 

Turner Willis, c, yard boy 278 Chestnut 

Turner Edward, c, shoemkr, r near Academy 

Turner Mary, c, r near Academy ^ 

Turner Perry, c, butler 58 Haywood 

Turner Ella, wks Cotton Factory, bds 474 W Haywood 

Turner Gerald, bds 396 W Haywood 

The Neatest and Jfost Quiet place in Town to spend an I.onr or * 
two at Billiards or Pool, and at the saute time 'smile," is at K_ 

Jas. H. Loughran's VManVfiar," ^r.'S ff * - 



** \l/n«i«.« P«- rt l!« rt D«J, Organized May, 1888; Letfis Maddux 

m Western Larol na Bank, ^tvsv ,,I ; uu !' vi, r Pr fv 

1 dent, J. h. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
p 150,000, Surplus, $20,000. State. County and City Depository. Gene- 

4 £ ral Banking Business Transacted. 

TUR 352 VAN 

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""*" Turner Frank, r 396 W Haywood 

J2 Turner James, bds 396 W Haywood • 

~ TURNER W, Merchant 315 W Haywood, r 396 W 

Haywood. (See descriptive article) 
JZ Turner Winifred Miss, r 396 W Haywood 
§ Turner Lillian Miss, bds 396 W Haywood 
^i Turner Elizabeth Mrs. r 396 W Haywood 
i~ Turner Harold, merchant, bds 396 W Haywood- 
: Twitty Charles, c, bell boy Battr.y Park 
I Twitty Clara, c, nurse 39 Haywoyd 

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a>»T TTLEY LILLIE, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 

g! ^^ Utley Lacy, wks Cotton Factory, r near same 

ifUtley W F, blacksmith, r near Cotton Mills 

s Utley N A, r near Cotton Mills 
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o\ TALENTINE WILL, c, lab, r 9 Valley ' 

^ Vance David M, The Asheville Democrat, Furman & 
Vance editors and proprs North Court Place, r 57 
q College 

P^Vance Lizzie, c, r 255 S Main 
H-jVance Robert D, r near McDowell's Fish Pond 
3Vanderver Z W, wks Cotton Factory, r 122 Roberts 

jg IMINN1H & PJTRIF Merchant Tail ors, 58 South Main Street, 

S Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



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E offer tor sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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E offer for sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



:s--2j=s w r Si Sift Drug Sta, SI Pafa k ^ 

a customor at 1/ V 1 



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Your trade appreciated. Your Interest studied. 



VAN 353 VON 
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Vanderver Mary, wks Cotton Factory, r 122 Roberts fej 

Vanderver Beulah, wks Cotton Mills, r 122 Roberts g 

Vanderver Loula, wks Cotton Factory, r 122 Roberts S^ 

VANDERBILT GEOEGE, capitalist, Biltmore South f>o 
Asheville £5 

Van Gilder House, College and Davidson, Wm Piatt, propr j 
Van Gilder Mamie Miss, bds 56 Bailey 
Van Voorhis Miss, teacher C D S H I School 
Van Zandt F, r Witchwood, 1 mile North of Asheville 
Van Zandt F Mrs, r Witchwood 1 mile North of Asheville ~® 
Vaughn W W, carp, bds 34 Hill ~g 

Vaughn Herbert, c, bds near Philip 



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Vaughn Caroline, <:, laundress, r near Philip 

Verga Charles, wks Cotton Factory 2 

Vest William, farmer, r near Cotton Mills 

Vest Ron hYa, r near Cotton Factory 

Vesey F W, florist, r East and Hillside 

Vesey C L Mrs, r East and Hillside 

Vesey Frank W, florist, bds East and Hillside 

Voelzel Louis, asst cook Battery Park, r same 

Von Ruck Calla Miss, r Winyah House, ne cor Pine and 

Baird 
Von Ruck Silvio, r Winyah House, ne cor Pine and Baird 
Von Ruck D Mrs, r Winyah House, ne cor Pine and Baird g- 

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Mown Stairs. 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly 



«i? ... , . ., ■ I Organized Mav, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

- WestBPn Cub 1111 Bank president > l - ~ p - McL ° ud > vice-pred. 

^ YYtiktVWHI \tm\HM* UHfMtt* dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital 
rg $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 

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ST Von RUCK Dr KARL, Propr Winyay House, ne cor 

-S Baird and Pine, (Tel 58), r same 

I TX7ADDELL F N MAJOR, r 209 Chestnut 
* * Waddell F N Mrs, r 209 Chestnut 
Waddell Chas E, r 290 Chestnut 

Waddell Kate S Miss, r ne cor Merrimon ave and Chestnut 
Waddell Mary W Miss, ne cor Merrimon ave and Chestnut 
Waddell D C Mrs, r ne cor Chestnut and Merrimon ave 
Waddell D C Jr, paying teller National Bank of Asheville, r 

ne cor Merrimon ave and Chestnut 
Waddle Frk B, bds 179 S Main 









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£ fc Wii. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. 

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f f. WADDELL D C, The National Bank of Asheville, D 

C Waddell, pres, W W Barnard, vice pres, Lawrence 
Pulliam, cashr, r ne cor Merrimon ave and Chestnut, 
"■ . (Tel 93) (See adv, page 2) 

r Waddle Laura W, bds 170 S Main 



Waddle Chas, bds 179 S Main 



Wadsworth W D Mrs, bds 63 Merrimon ave 

WAGONER JAMES, Revell & Wagoner, grocers, Pat- 
ton ave, (Tel 69), r 67 Woodfin (See desc arte.) 
0© Wagner J A, supt construction U S P O, r 67 Woodfin 
m Wagner Carrie Miss, r 67 Woodfin 

O Wagner Lillie Miss, r 67 Woodfin 

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j2 CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PURITY OF GOODS, 
OMTE.VESS TO CUSTOMERS, and 
ROM 



[ ORDERS VM> PRESCRIPTIONS £^ 

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RA.YSOR cto SMITH, 31 Fatton ^.-v&. t?\ 

WAG 355 WAL £{ 

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Wagoner J A Mrs, r 67 Woodfin G 

Wagoner John, elk, bds 67 Woodfin r/j 

Waitt Maud Miss, r West End bet Hill and Haywood §J 

Waitt M E Mrs, r West End bet Hill and Haywood 

Waitt T K, frt cond R&D R'y, r West End bet Hill and ^ 

Haywood • ^ 

Wakefield T A, flagman, bds 123 Roberts ^ 

WaldrufTSaml, plasterer, r Clayton 

WaldruffS Mrs, r Clavton f S 

Walsh Mary Miss, bds 159 Patton ave £3 

Walton Margurette c, cook, bds 181 Patton ave 

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Walton L E Miss, matron Mission Hospital, 17 Church $% 



GWYN & WEST =rf 

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The Sunset Mountain Land Co, 

JS. El. Court Square. Jft 

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Walton Mary c. sick nurse, r 27 Valley f* 

Walton Loula c, r 27 Valley 

Walk Henry c, lab, r nr 7 Sorrels ^ 

Walk Hester c, laundress, r nr 7 Sorrels »^ 

Walke Lena Miss, r 158 Chestnut 

Walke Myrtle Miss, r 158 Chestnut 

Walke Pearl Miss, r 158 Chestnut 

Walke K G Mrs, r 158 Chestnut . I 

Walke Carter, lumber dealer, r 158 Chestnut 

Walker Charlotte c, cook, 20 Oak 2- 

WaVker W L, tobacconist, bds 35 Woodfin .gg 

Walker P R Mrs, r 35 Woodfin ^ 

'"S ., J ^. H ' LOUGHRAN'S 'WHITE MAN'S BAR," I 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the State for medicinal •** 

purposes. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. ,— , 



~ Western Carolina Bank, ] 

1 dent, J. I'.. Rankin, Cashier. Capital 
_x" 850,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
•^ and Teller's Window lor the exclusive use of the Lj 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

President. L. 1'. .McLoud, Vice-Presi- 

' dent, J. E, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

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adies. 



WAL 356 WAR 

***■ Walker Jno c, waiter Fernihurst 

">• Walker Eliza c, cook, Victoria, \y 2 mile S Main 

-Walker Charlotte, r 88 Bailey 

I Walker C P, r 88 Ba'ilev 
Jjj Walker James, c, lab, r Cripple Creek 
e Walker Amanda, c, laundress, bds Cripple Creek 
■+| Walker Manlie, c, cook, 106 Roberts 
t ^ Walker G L, bds 5 Jefferson Drive 
^ Walker Mary Mrs, bds 5 Jefferson Drive 
£ Walker Lizzie P Mrs, r 5 Jefferson Drive 
£.J Walker G H, supt Asheville Fur Factory, r 5 Jefferson 
it Drive 

II The Sunset Mountain Land Co. CWYN&WE 1I_ 

2~ s. e. cotji^t sq,tj^:r,:e]- 

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w. 2 Walker Charles S, wks Asheville Fur Factory, bds 5 Jefferson 

|£ Drive 

5 Walker J L, r Jefferson Drive, near freight depot 

Wallace E, c y waiter Battery Park 
Z Wallace Jane, c, r 36 Brick 
Z^j Wallace Maria, chambermaid, r 24 Grove 
^ Wallace Katie, c, cook, 65 S French Broad 

Ward John, lab, bds Cripple Creek 
^ Ware Nora Miss, r 46 Broad 
^ Ware Dr A B, r 46 Broad. 
•Ej Ware A B Mrs, r 46 Broad 
O Ward Martha, r Sycamore 

% McKMNON & PETR1E, faw Iailo[S , 68 s - rt Main Stef ' 

^ ^ — ^ — — 

gs CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



PURITY OF GOODS, * !§* 

OLITENESS TO (U8TOMERS, and i^. 

KOMPTXESS WITH ORDERS AXD PRESCRIPTIONS *_". 

H -A. Y SOU. «*• SIVCIT^, 31 Patton -A_v«e. *2J 

WAR' • 357 WAS " £j 

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Ward Caroline, r Sycamore S 

Ward William, janitor YMC A, Patton ave, r 15 Short 

Ward E F, r 15 Short S 

Ward Kissie, wks cotton factory, bds 39 W Haywood _ 

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Ward L M, wks cotton factory, bds 39 W Haywood 

Ward Edith Miss, bds 15 Short 

Warner Ella Mrs, nurse, Chestnut and Merrimon ave ^ 

Warner Jessie E Miss, pupil A F College 

Warson Jeff, c, plasterer, r 180 Pine 

Warren Mask, lab. r near cotton factory 



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Warren Dollie, c, r 326 Haywood Ijjf 

Warren Sarah R. c. bds 326 Haywood ^- 

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The Sunset Mnuntain Land Co. 



CWYN & WEST 

St. 23. Court Square. 



Warren E Miss, bds 211 Patton ave 

Warren T Miss, bds 211 Patton ave 2 

Washington Aaron, c, porter W O Muller's, r 131 Valley 
Washington Loula, c, r 131 Valley 3^ 

Washington Sonnie, c, wks White Man's Bar*, S Main, r 137 !■£ 

Valley 
Washington Rachael, c, r 129 Valley 
Washington Eddie, c, porter, r 130 Valley 
Washington Janie, c, r 130 Valley ,— v 

Washington , c, lab, r 157 Hill 2. 

Washington Mollie, r 157 Hill gj 

Washington Annie B, r 198 S Main 



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The WHISKIES 
WINES AND 
BRANDIES AT 

Have been recommended by the leading physicians of the suite- for medicinal 
purposes, COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. 



2 Western Carolina Bank, SK«» 

' dent, J. L, Rankin, ( ashler. Capital, 
-2= 850,000, Surplus, $20,000, .State, County and City Depository. A Room 
•5: and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 



-S WAS 358 • WEA 

: 3Washington Wm, waiter, r 198 S Main 

"^Waters Lucy B Miss, bds 104 S Main 

^WATSON D S, Real Estate and Loans, Office N E 

Court Place, r Sunset Drive (See adv back cover) 

SWatson D S Mrs, r Sunset Drive 

aWatson C G, freight conductor R&D, bds 12 j Roberts 
3-fWatson Arabella T Mrs, r 13 Grove 

i~\Vatson Dr J A, physician and surgeon, r 13 Grove, office, 
^ same (Telephone 42) 

£ Watkins Flora Miss, pupil H I School 
£§A/atts Thomas, wks A fur factory, r near cotton factory 
i^Vatts Armanda, c, cook, 363 W Haywood 

li The Sunset Mountain Land Co. cw ™*west, 

S.S S- S- COTJET SQTJABE. 

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w^Vay Lillie Miss, pupil AF College 
t^\ r ay Annie, c, nurse, 278 Chestnut 
5 Way C B, supt County Schools 

Weaver W T, real esta'te, r 216 Havwood 

JVeaver Annie L Mrs. r 216 Haywood 
Veaver Maria, c, bds 421 Bailey 
(j^Veaver George, c, bds 421 Bailey 
^Veaver Alfred, c, brickmason, r 421 Bailey 
J^Veaver Wilkie, r 421 Bailey 
^Veaver Sophie, c, school teacher, r 421 Bailey 
jSj-Veaver Rufus, c, lab, r 421 Bailey 
OkVeaver Sallie, c, r 421 Bailey 



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a CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



You will never J i||Mi J, ^\\ fl t „ M ^ „ M IJj ^^ N fl^ g 



regret becoming- 

a customer lit 



Rays:r & Smith's Dng Store, 31 Patton k 



Your trade appreciated. 


Your interest studied. 


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Weaver C L Mrs, r 47 Woodfin H 

Weaver J H, Weaver & Myers, the Shoe Store 39 Patton ave, c/3 
r 47 Woodfin. §-^ 

Weaver H B Mrs, r 169 Chestnut 

Weaver Blanche Miss, r 169 Chestnut 

Weaver Dr H B, physician, office 10 S Main, r 169 Chest- 
nut. (Tel 8) ■ % 

Weaver Alice, c, laundress, r 15 Mountain 

Weaver John, c, railroader, r 15 Mountain 

Weaver William, cooper, r 127 Beaumont pS 

Weaver Susan Mrs, r 127 Beaumont 1% 

Weaver Emma Miss, r 1-27 Beaumont 

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Weaver Joseph X, trav salesman, bds Western Hotel 

Weaver Joseph Mrs, bds Western Hotel 

Webb Charles A, teacher City Graded Schools, bds 234 N 

> Main 
Webb Annie, cook 24 Water 
Webb Louise Miss, bds 103 Academy 
Webb Fake, c, lab, r Madison 
Webb Ella, c, laundress, r Madison 

Webb J A, elk Dickerson, hardware, r 31 French Broad ave 
Webb M E Mrs, r 31 French Broad ave 
Webb Emma Miss, bds 31 French Broad ave 
Webb David H, r Victoria, 1^ miles south Main 

klloufhranV'lile Man's Bar," c ii^|^ 

O Down Stairs. 

HIGHEST QUALITY. ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 
President. L. P. McLoud, Vice-Preei- 
' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital 



Wssiorn Cirolim Bank 



rg . 550,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 



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qo Webb Wilhemmina, r Victoria, i*£ miles, south Main 

-i Webb Estelle Miss, bds 31 French Broad ave 

^ Weeden Lou, c, waitress Fernihurst 

* Weldon S, bds S Main . . 

I Weldon R, bds 130 S Main 

"* Weldon Mabell, bds 130 S Main 

^ Weldon Norah, bds 130 S Main • 

a- Weldon SG,r 130 S Main 

«^ Weldon Hattie A, r 130 S Main 

g Welburn J M Rev, r 310 N Main 

«.§ Welburn C A Mrs, r 310 N Main 

|f Welburn J O Miss, r 310 N Main . 



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THE ASHEV.1LLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAICWAY COMPANY 

VVm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. 

Welles Edward F Miss, bds I Rollins 
I Welles J E B, bds 1 Rollins 
j| Wells Lottie M Miss, bds 1 Rollins 
£ Wells Daisy Miss, pupil A F College 
~ Wells Lena Miss, pupil A F College 
O Wells Zora Miss, pupil A F College 

Welles E B, rnngr Southern Imp Co, r I Rollins 
*** Welles Sarah F Mrs, r I Rollins 
g West C O, bkkpr J H Woodbury, bds 55 College 
§2 WEST W W, Gwyn & West, real estate and loans, se 
cor Court Place, r 278 Chestnut. (See adv centre lines) 
3 West L M Miss, r 278 Chestnut 

i McKINNON Si FETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

—. CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



\\Jft are State Agents for N. C. Inland & Co.'s celebrated 
*' Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of New York. 
We can insure you against accident or death in the 
"Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn." 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



\\JE> are State Agents for N. C. Inland & Co.'s celebrated 
'' Fire and Burglar Proof Safe. We represent the 
Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Company of New York. 
We can insure you against accident or death in the 
"Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn." 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



DAI/ODD 9 OMITLHO s,ock of nRrcG,J * TS '* si::5 > TI>KI]|::s |s tn ° ^ 

flnluUn Qi ulVII II U most varied and com- 01 Dnttnn & yoniip ^* 
plete of nny housi> in Asheville. __*»»_«—*_<_*„— ^ 

WES 361 WES © 

West E N Miss, r 278 Chestnut § 
West E A Mrs, wid Charles W, r 278 Chestnut 

West W W, Mrs, r 278 Chestnut § 

West J B, dept revenue col, r 23 Bridge 3p 
W T est J B Mrs, r 23 Bridge 

West H, r in N Main © 
West Z C Mrs, rinN Main 

West H A, grocery clerk, bds in N Main • 3 

West Lillia, r 1 1 1 N Main 1 
West E R, newsdealer Battery Park Hotel, bds 9 Flint 
West James S, bkkpr Grant's Pharmacy S Main, bds 102 eL'o 
Academy ' 5-? 

Gttiyn ^Olest, "".ESSE;,.. " 

Established 1S81. S. E. CoURT SQUARE. 

West Sarah T Mrs, r 102 Academy 

Western Dressed Beef and Provision Co. (Tel 4) 

WESTERN CAROLINA BANE THE, Lewis Maddux, 

pres ; L P McLoud, vice pres ; J Eugene Rankin, 

cashier; sw Court Place. (Tel 79.) (See adv top lines) 

Western Union Telegraph Co, over First National Bank. 

A P Mitchell mngr. (Tel 89) 
West Lola A, bds 283 S Main 

West Bertha E, bds 283 S Main ^ 

West Ben F, bds 283 S Main ^" 

West Cornelia E, r 283 S Main .0© 

West A G, carp, r 283 S Main sg. 

The Neatest and Host Quiet place In Town to spend an hour or 5? 
two at Billiards or Pool, and at tlae samo time 'smile,'" is at SZi 

Jas. H.Loughran's Whiie'Man's^ar," c - £ ™™~™^" ~ 

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Organize-] May. 1888; Lewis Maddux. 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 

' dent, J. E. Rankin. Cashier. Capital, 
j£ $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
~ est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

WES 362 WHE 

^TWest W R Jr, machinist, r 132 Hill 

^ West M C Mrs, r 132 Hill 

^West Matilda, c, cook, r nr Broom Factory 

^Wescott R T, railroader, bds 60 Depot 

=■ Wescott Nannie Mrs, bds 60 Depot 

■S WESTERN HOTEL, W Court Place, DrLB McBrayer 

& Mother, proprs. (See desc article) 
£ Westall T C Maj, contractor, r 206 Chestnut 
£; Westall T C Mrs, r 206 Chestnut 
»» Westall T C Jr, elk, r 206 Chestnut 
I Westall H G, r 206 Chestnut 
« IWestall E C, postal clerk, r 206 Chestnut 



Gwyn & West, 

Established 1881. $. E. CoURT SQUARE. 



REAL ESTATE, 

ISSTSTTjR-AItTCE. 



uj >,Westall Tames, r 201 Merrimon ave 

wa Westall Tames Mrs, r 201 Merrimon ave 

2 W Westall W H, sash, doors and blinds, r Bridge and Clayton 

^ Westall W H Mrs, r Bridge and Clayton 

Westall James, contractor, r 201 Merrimon ave 
^Westall James Mrs, r 201 Merrimon ave 
3 Westall, wid Scott, r 418 N Main 
^Westall Wm, r 418 N Main 
^ Westall Thadius, carp, r 418 N Main 
O Westall Lena, r4i8 N Main 

^ Wheeler Oris, supt Tile Wks, Vanderbilt's, bds 55 College 
~ Wheeler Oris Mrs, bds 55 College 

2 MnKINNON ft PFTRIF. Mcrohaat Tailors, 58 South Main Sfawt, 

3 Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



DAUODD OR il IT U ) s,ock of l>RLGOISTS ' sundries in the g* 

nAlOUri 4i OlVII H moNtvariedandcom. 31 PattOIl AVSCH6 ^ 

plete of any bouse in Asheville. — — ^^— ^^ 

WHE 363 WHI © 

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Wheeler Flora, wks Cotton Factory, bds 39 Haywood 

Wheatstone Mrs, bds Gano House, Haywood and French 5C 

Broad ave ^ 

Wheatstone — , bds Gano House, Haywood and French #w 

Broad ave _ 

Whitehead L L, bkkpr, r 16 Sorrels © 
Whitehead L L Mrs, r 16 Sorrels 

Whitehead Bettie, cook, nr Glen Rock Hotel 2 

Whiten E B Mrs, r Buttrick | 
Whiten F M. shoemkr, r Buttrick *f» 

Whittenburg Tillie c, laundress, r 168 Bailey Eo 

Whitted Estalena Miss, pupil H I School 5? 

GLuyna^rxtest, REA ^ A RA E NCE , J" 

Established 1881. S. E. CoURT SQUARE. "g 

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Whitteraore Hester Miss, pupil H I School 

Whittemore Minnie Miss, pupil H I School 3 

Whitly Hampton, c, cook, 294 North Main ©» 

Whitaker Harriett c, cook, 300 S French Broad 

Whittaker Benj c, servant, HIS ^P 

Whittaker Jeff, r 311 South Main 

Whittaker Lillie, r 3 1 1 South Main g 

Whittaker Mary Mrs, r 120 Beaumont 

Whittaker M L, c, sick nurse, r 88 Gudger -^ 

Whittaker Mitchell, c, lab, r 88 Gudger 

Whittaker Alfred c, bds 88 Gudger Jg 

Whittington Sue Mrs, r 30 Phillip u- 

• — — = ; — — — — * »■ 

The Neatest and Most Quiet place in Town to spend an liour or S 

two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time 'smile," is at =-: 

Cor. South Main & Eagle, & 

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(Down Stairs.) 



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Jas, H. Louchran's White'Wlan's-Bar, 



c^ lit I P I 1 fl I. Organized May, l'S8S : Lewis Maddux. 

• WfiMfirn Larni ma km. president, l. p. m, l u C i. vice-pred- 

se HOOlUlll UUIUIIIIU Utlll\| dent j E Rankin cashier. Capital, 
.2 $50,000; Surplus, $L'0,OoO. State, County and City Depository. Iiiter- 
v? est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. 

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WHI 364 WHI 

g, Whittington Dr W P, physician and surgeon, (Tel 22) office 
-^ Patton ave, McAfee bldg 

^Whitesides Rhoda Miss, pupil H I School 

•^Whitesides E C, printer, Daily Citizen office Northeast Court 
Place, bds Western Hotel 

* Whitesides Annie, c, r 23 Valley 
S Whitesides W R, carp, 25 Hill Side and West 
2 Whitesides W R Mrs, r 25 Hill Side and West 
^» Whitesides J B, carp, r 15 Seney 
£* Whitesides, Mary C, r 15 Seney 
% ■ Whitesides Jno K, carp, bds 15 Seney 
S-l Whitesides S Kate, bds 15 Seney 

I Gwyn & West, XBJ £Z£££=. 

g| Established!**!. , S. E. CoURT SQUARE. 



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I ^Whitesides Alice c, housemaid, 155 North Main 
g'gWhittamore T J, r 50 Peachtree 
t^AVhittamore Jane, bds Peachtree 
5 Whitlock Adolph Mrs, bds 56 Spruce 
\ WHITLOCK ADOLPH, Hammershlag & Whitlock, 
proprs Marble Hall, 32 South Main, r 56 Spruce (See 
^ desc art) 

33 Whitlock A, dry goods and clothing, 48 and 50 South Main, 
^ r 29 Woodfin 

^Whitlock Victor E, r 29 Woodfin 
'^Whitlock B, r 29 Woodfin 
S Whitlock F D Miss, r 29 Woodfin 

Z J MMM Hi PFTRIF r MercHant Tailors, Si South Main SJrei, 

2 Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



HfllOUn fii O I VI llnO monvaricdandtom- Dgj| 

plete of any house in Asneville. ' " q—j 



Stoek of DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES is the 
most varied and com- 



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Whitlock A Mrs, r 29 Woodfin 
Whitlock Rebecca, r Roberts C/5 

Whitlock Amanda, r Roberts *2j 

VVhitlock Tabitha, r Roberts ^» 

Whitson J McD, atty, office North Court Place, room I, r 146 

Chestnut 
Whitson Felix, c, lab, r Baptist Hill 
Whitson Ella, c, r Baptist Hill 
Whitson Kate, c, laundress, r Roberts 



The Sunset Mountain Land Go, 



CWYN & WEST, 



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Whitson Addie, c, cook, 112 College • £<» 



Whitson W R Mrs, r 146 Chestnut 

Whitson W R, atty, office North Court Place, r 146 Chestnut 



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White F C, elk Mimnaugh's n Patton ave, r same 

White E S, bds Swan Hotel 

White Fanny Miss, bds Swan Hotel ^ 

White Mary, c, laundress, r 267 Valley mo 

White J R, carp, r 37 Spruce . g£ 

White J R Mrs, r 37 Spruce 

White Sallie Miss, r 37 Spruce .S 

White Mattie c, r 2 Woodfin. 

White Herbert c,r2 Woodfin 

White Martha c, r 47 Walnut 

White Jas c, coachman, r 47 Walnut g£ 

White Annie M, r 366 S Main ^ 

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J&^SlTSiTSi* k H, kjWs "White Man's Bar," | 

on exhibiton to attract the ' ■■-" M ' ' 

attention of the lower trade. 



ButF^sV-Class Goods onlVar- Cor. South Main and Eagle (Do*n Stairs.) 



i Western Carolina Bank, 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

= $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State. County and City Depository. Gcne- 

"i^ ral Banking Business Transacted. 



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White Cassi, wks 420 S Main 

White Mina, wks 420 S Main 

White Willie, bds 311 S Main 

White Hy c, coachman, r 158 Water 

White Hardy H, No 6 police force, r 150 Church 

White Ernest L, bds 150 Church 

White Cornelius F, bds 150 Church 

White Eugene T, r 146 Church 
*? White Martha, r 150 Church 
I White Clay E, plumber, r 150 Church 
&i White Chas D, drayman, bds 146 Church 
tr. White Sidney L, 146 Church 






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D R, carp, r 146 Church 
Alice W, r 146 Church 
Jos c, coachman, y$ Haywood 

J B Rev, pastor St Lawrence Catholic Church, Hay- 
wood and Flint, r 95 Haywood 
Hy c, r Old Depot nr R & D Ry shops 
G L, merchant, r 72 Depot 
M J Mrs, 72 Depot 

Maria c, nurse, bds 64 N French Broad ave 
J B, bds 72 Depot 
J A, bds Cosmopolitan Club 
J J, brick mason, r 366 S Main 



& PETR1E Merchnt Tailor s, 58 South Main Stint, 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



RAYSOR & SMITH'S 



Stock of DRUGGISTS' SFXHRIES is the Is* 
most varied »ud com- J| p^jj Jy^y^ 



pletc of any house in Aslievillc. 



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Wiggins Jno A c, wks Penniman & Co, N Main, r Sycamore jgj 

Wiggins Mary c, r Sycamore q 

Wilbur Gertrude Miss, pupil A F College fej 

Wilbur, wrd Geo G, r 132 Bailey ^» 

Wilburn M T Miss, bds 23 Depot 

Wilfong Julius T, carp, r 277 S Main 

Wilfong Hattie, r 277 S Main 

WILLS A J. Wills Bros, architects) office Patton ave, 



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bds 9 Flint, (See desc art) 
Willis Jas, lab, r near Woodfin and Bridge I® 

Willis Elbert, wks Steam Laundry, bds Buck Tavern 
Willis M C, trav salesman, bds 115 Haywood 

The Sunset Mountain Land Do. « WYM *- w ^T^ te . § 

s. E. court sq,tj^:r,:ei. «? 

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Willis Julia Mrs, lids 115 Haywood ^r 

Willis John, wks Cotton Mills, bds near same I 

Willis Laura, wks Cotton Mills, bds near same 
Wilkins Daniel, c, lab, r 249 College ^ je 

Wilkins Kazar, c, r 249 College 

Wilkins William, bds 333 S Main ^, 

Wilkie L N, bds 420 S Main 

Wilkie M A, bds 420 S Main * 

Wilkie Ocie Miss, r 188 Woodfin ^ 

WILKIE B A & Atkins J W, Fruits and Confec- 
tionery 12 Patton ave, r 188 Woodfin (See desc arte) J» 
Wilkie Lavinia E, r near 14 Phillip 

ZtStiTftSrZ&S. fc H, Lngbaa'i "Whita Man's Bar," I 

on exhibiton to attract the 



^ZS^l^lSrS*- Cor. South Main and Eagle u,™ st.tr.,) " 



Organized May, ]888; Lewis Maddux 
President, L. P. McLoud, Yice-Presi- 
' dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

jS $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 

'£ ral Banking Business Transacted. 

WIL 368 WIL 

S? Wiley A L, elk Grand Central, r 85 Park ave 

*3 Wiley Emma Mrs, c, r 85 Park ave 

w Wiley Florence M Miss, bds 85 Park ave 

_= Williman John, S Mach Agt, bds 31 French Broad ave 

» Williamson Charles, <:, porter Battery Park 
b Williamson George J, elk Penniman & Co N W Court Place) 
r 20 Oak 

" Williamson Coin W E, r 20 Oak 

? WILLIAMSON W B, W B Williamson & Co, Furni- 
ture and Carpets 16 Patton ave, r 20 Oak. (See adv, 
*S Wilkinson M B, supt French Broad Lumber Co, bds Battery 
el Park 



I J TSE ASHEVILLE AHD CEAB&Y MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY 

-5 Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. 

«** _ 

%~ Williamson W B Mrs, r 20 Oak 
2.1 Wilsoti Zilla Miss, pupil H I School 
.5 a Wilson Nannie, c, mngr laundry Swan Hotel, r same 

Wilson Daisey Miss, r 54 Mountain 
>* Wilson Mollie, c, laundress r Sorrels near Beaumont 
^-£ Wilson Alexander, c, coachman, r 109 Beaumont 
*-* Wilson Martha, r 125 Beaumont 
°^ Wilson Charles, teamster, r 125 Beaumont 
5^ Wilson Nellie W Mrs, r 32 Bailey 
l/i Wilson Luther, bds 32 Bailey 
J^- Wilson James, bds 177 S Main 
q Wilson Samuel, teamster, bds 125 Beaumont 

g McKIINON & PETR1E, ]Mml T " iks - 58 Sullt)l Mili|1 Stet > 

3 Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



TTjTE can Sell your Real Estate at a higher price, 
VV can purchase for you at a lower figure, and 
charge you less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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fE can Sell your Real Estate at a higher price, 
can purchase for you at a lower figure, anfl 

charge you less for the transaction than anyone in 
the city. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block. 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



isjzjxz lm Si Smith's Dni Store, 31 Patten k g 

a customer at 4 '. - • 

' "—■ — ■ — e; 

Your trade appreciated. Your interest studied. J^S 

WIL ~ 309 WIL " £j 

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Wilson James, c, lab, r 1 19 Beaumont 

Wilson Emma, r, laundress, r 119 Beaumont CO 

Wilson S C Mrs, pat med vender, r 4 Valley- 
Wilson W M, c, teamster, r near Poplar 
Wilson W M Mrs, c, dressmkr, r bet Poplar and Hilder- 

brand 5^ 

Wilson Sallie, c, laundress, r 96 Baird ^ 

Wilson W A, carp, r near 106 East 

Wilson Relia, r near 106 East «» 

Wilson Alexander, carp, bds 59 N Main 
Wilson John W, r 23 Water ?§? 

Wilson Lucy, c, r 36 Mulberry ^f 

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Wilson John, c, lab, r 36 Mulberry f? 

Wilson Marion, carp, r 1 1 Short 

Wilson L E, r 1 1 Short 

Wilson W M, removed to Winston No Ca 

Wilson W M Mrs, removed to Winston No Ca 

Wilson Wid Thos, r Gay ° 

Wilson J B, r Gay 

Wilson George W, carp, r Southside ave near Cripple Creek g 

Wilson Sallie r Eernihurst 2 miles S Main ^-v 

Wilson George, bds 32 Bailey 2- 

Wilson Frank, bds 32 Bailey 

Wilson Katie, r Southside ave nr Cripple Creek 

k H.Loughran's "White Man's Bar,' "*-*™"'* I 

O Down Stairs. - 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly '?* 



Organized May, 18SS ; Lewis Maddux, 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. E, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
Jz $50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
•rr and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 



WIL 



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2? Wilson Nettie bds 30 W Haywood 
-S Wilson J S, physician, bds 115 Haywood 
"-'Wilson Lucy W Mrs, bds 1 15 Haywood 
s Wilson A L, r nr Cotton Factory 
» Wilson Gussie Miss, bds Slagle House, 90 Patton ave 

Wilson Mary Miss, bds Slagle House, 90 Patton ave 

Wilson Mary, waitress, 318 Haywood 

Wilson Brooks, wks French Broad Lumber Co, r nr same 

Wilson Louisa Mrs, r nr French Broad Lumber Yards 

Williams Willie, r 198 Chestnut 

Williams ] M, broker, bds 169 Chestnut 

Williams Lizzie c, cook, Fort Baird 



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CWYN & WEST. 



uj3 Williams Joe, teamster, r Bridge and Clayton 

fcJ-Williams Joe Mrs, r Bridge and Clayton 

5 Williams Peter c, coachman, ne cor Merritnon ave and Chest- 



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nut 
ams wid W M,bds 58 N'Main 
ams L J Miss, bds 58 N Main 
ams Geo W c, bricklayer, r 10 Irvin 
ams Lillie c, r 10 Irvin 
ams Thos, bds 161 Bailey 
ams Geo, shoemkr, bds 161 Bailey 
ams Viola, bds 161 Bailey 
ams Wm, shoemkr, bds 161 Bailey 



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CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



5 hp Si kill's tog Store, 31 Patten k 



Yon will ncv< 
regret becomlu B 
a customer at 



Your trade appreciated. Your interest studied. 



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Williams Jas, shoemkr. r 161 Bailey fej 

Williams Walter, shoemkr, bds 161 Bailey J^ 

Williams Geo A c, bds Cripple Creek nr Bailey fe{ 

Williams Hy <r, lab, bds Cripple Creek nr Bailey f>o 
Williams Jnor, coachman, 87 Bailey 

Williams Goldier, r 35 Valley >: 

Williams Nannie c, r 9 Valley J 

Williams Mary c, house maid, 199 Haywood W S 
Williams Margaret Mrs, r 53 Haywood 

Williams Hy S, druggist, r53 Haywood J* 

Williams Annie C Miss, bds 53 Haywood p§ 

Williams Wm H. bds 53 Haywood ~| 

THE ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY j 

War. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. $« 

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Williams Golden, c, coachman, r Merrimon ave, nr Chestnut ! 

Williams Silas, c, r 101 Beaumont 3 

Williams Nellie, c, cook, r 101 Beaumont 23 

Williams W T H A, c, upholsterer, r 115 Mountain 2? 

Williams Diana, c, r 1 15 Mountain 

Williams Annie, c, teacher, r 139 Valley ^ 

Williams Miles, c, coachman, r Pine, near Hilterbrand 

Williams Susan, c, laundress, Pine, near Hilterbrand 

Williams Sol, c, plasterer, r Valley ^ 

Williams W S, plumber, r 17 Bridge 

Williams W S Mrs, r 17 Bridge & 

Williams Phillip, motorman, Electric Cars, r 10 Clayton g» 

Jas, H. Loughran's "White Man's i Tl!^ f 

HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, and prices charged accordingly ^ 



Western Carolina Bant 



Organized May. 18SS ; Lewis Maddux, 
President. L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, .J. E, Rankin, Cashier. Capital. 
§50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
and Teller's Window for the exclusive use of the Ladies. 



WIL 



372 



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Williams Edwards, r to Clayton 

Williams C M Mrs. r io Clayton 

Williams Jessie Miss, r io Clayton 

Williams Jno A, elk, a 198 Chestnut 

Williams Jno A Mrs, elk, r 198 Chestnut 

Williams Geo, bds 53 Haywood 

Williams Roy, bds 53 Haywood 

Williams Dr Jno Hey, physician, r 53 Haywood, office same, 

(Ttl 46) 
Williams G N, farmer, r near otton factory 
Williams E H, r near cotton factory 
Williams Wm, c, day porter Glen Rock 

The Sunsst Mountain Land Co. cwyn &WE st, 

s. :e. cotj:r,t sq,tt.a.:r,:el 



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Williams Thos, c lunch house, r near freight depot 

Williams Edie, c, r near freight Depot 

Williams Marshall, brickmason, bds 37 Blahton 

Williams Branch, r 179 South Main 

Williams Mrs — , r 179 South Main 

Williams Reginald, c, coachman, r Victoria, 2 mi South Main 

Williams W H A, mattress maker and upholsterer, Valley, 

near Electric Light Plant (Tel 84) 
WILD H B, Henseley & Wild , Family Groceries, 23 

North Main (See desc art) 
Winston P O, bds 420 South Main 
Winston H B, bds 420 South Main 

& PETRIE, Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTEN0E0 TO. 



PURITY OF GOODS. £=J 

OLITENESS TO (USTOMERS. and »j> 

ROMPTZS ESS WITH ORDERS AND PRESCRIPTIONS g, 

HAYSOR cfc? SMITH, 31 Fatton ^±^re>. *2{ 



WIN 373 WOL 



Winburn Pearl Miss, pupil H I School *z{ 
Winburn Daisy Miss, pupil H I School 

Winburn Annie C Mrs, bds 82 Park ave !2J 

Winburn W A, Div P and F agt R and D Rv, bds 82 Park £, 

ave 

Winslow W E, railroader, bds 60 Depot ,; 

Winslow Thos W, removed to Norfolk, Va * 

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Wingate F C, r 118 Woodfin 

Winyan Sanitarium, Dr Karl Von Ruck propr, Pine and 

Baird (Tel 58) 
Winfrey Wm, collar maker, bds 161 Bailey 
Winfrey Mary, bds 161 Bailey 

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S. IE. Court Square. 

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Witherington Jas, wks A shoe factory, bds French Broad and .*» 

Patton ave 2 

Witherington Robt, wks # A shoe factory, bds French Broad o» 

and Patton ave £? 

Witheringtoa Maria Mrs, bds French Broad and Patton ave 
Witherspoon Rev, c, r near 19 Clement 
Wo Hop, Chinese laundry, 12 North Main, r same 
Wolf Annie Miss, pupil H I School. 

Wolf W E plasterer, r. 36 Clayton "^ 

Wolf W E Mrs, r 36 Clayton 

Wolf W E, marble wks Southeast Court Place, r 92 Woodfin Jg 
Wolf W E Mrs. r 92 Woodfin "£! 



"WSS JAS. B. LODGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR," 

BRANDIES AT 
Have been recommended bv the leading physicians of the stiite for medicinal 
purpose*. COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. 



, ■ ii a i Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

LGffl WML S&Hk Pre8ident > L " P - McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
* m UilW ""« »™1 dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital 
rg $50,000, Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. 



-3 WOL 374 WOO 

Sg WOLF JAMES, Meat Market, 260 Patton ave, r 

-S same (See desc art) (Tel 23) 

«-> Wolf Josephine Mrs, r 260 Patton ave 

g Wolf Harry, r 260 Patton ave 

g Womack W L, undertaker, r 38 Short 
"^ Womack Mrs, 38 Short 
tl Woodfin Lou Miss, pupil H I School 
^ Woodfin Anna Mis^, r 26 Clayton 
J WOODBURY J H, Livery, Feed and Sale Stables 

College, r same, (See desc art) (Tel 1) 
2-s Woods Julia, Miss, pupil H I School 

qj Woodward E Miss, pupil H I School 

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5^ Wm. W.West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. 

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°| Wood, wid A W, r 286 North Main 

5 S. Wood Pleas, c, section hand R and D, r near French Broad 

Lumber Yards # 

2 Wood Myrtle Miss, pupil A F College 

r Wood Gertrude Miss, pupil H I School 

§ Wood Ida Miss, pupil H I School 

^ WOODCOCK J H, druggist, 272 Patton ave, bds Swan 

Hotel, (Tel $j) (See desc art) 

^ Woodcock Johnston, bds 98 Patton ave 

_3 Woodcock Julian A, bds 98 Park ave 

M Woodcock Mrs, wid Dr J A, r 98 Park ave 

O Woodcock Mary Miss, r 98 Park ave 

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g McKINNON Si PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

g CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



P1TRITY OF fiOOBS, ^J 

OMTENESS TO CUSTOMERS, and . j^. 

ROMPTSESSWITII ORDERS AND PRESfRIPTIOXS j^ 

RAYSOR «fc SMITH, 31 Patton Ave. Ife* 

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WOO 375 WOR 

Woolsey Charles, r Witchwood N Asheville 

Woolscv Charles Mrs, r Witchwood N Asheville 

Woolsey Alice Miss, r Witchwood N Asheville 

Woody Lizzie, cook, 22 Woodfin «>, 

Woody J H-Mrs, r 44 Clayton 

Woody Burnett, dry goods clerk, bds 1 1 1 N Main 

WOODY J H & CO, Harness, Saddlery, Carriages, S 

Main, (Tel res 54), r 44 Clayton 

Woodruff Julia, c, chambermaid, 63 Merrimon ave 

Wootin Emma, bds Grove near Silver 

Wootin Joe, bds Grove near Silver _£ 

Wootin Salina, wks Cotton Mills, bds 35 W Haywood 
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! AGENTS. |C 



The Sunset Mountain Land Co 



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Wootin A J, lab, bds 35 W Haywood iff 
Wootin W P, wks Cotton Factory, bds 35 W Haywood 

Wootin W T, r Grove near Silver ^ 

Wootin Webster, painter, r Grove near Silver m ^ 

Wootin Rebecca, cook 172 S Main ££ 
Woodridfje T J, bds Hfawassa Place and Penland 
Woodson Carrie, c, cook, r 298 Depot 
Woodall B C, harnessmkr, bds Depot near Freight Depot 

Woodward Victoria, c, laundress, r Pearson ave >— *. 

Woodward Henry, c, carp, r Pearson ave £. 
Worsley J B, No 5 Police Force, r 76 Charlotte 

Worsley J B Mrs, r 76 Charlotte ^ 

-"'- JAS. H. LOUGHRAN'S "WHITE MAN'S BAR," I 

BRANDIES AT ' ~ 
Have been recommended by the leading physic-inns of the State for medicinal r* 8 

purposes, COR. SOUTH MAIN AND EAGLE, Down Stairs. <-s 



ks ... , ■ ii ■ i Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux, 

- WsstBrn - DapQiins, Bank president > l - p - McL ° ud > vice-presi- 

^ YYUBVUHi VtViUUUtti tfttifflf dentj j E< RankiD) Cashier. Capital 
r= $50,000, Surplus, 120,000. State, County and City Depository. 

WOR 376 WYL 

-*■ Workman Alice, r 76 S Main 
-® Workman Noah, r 76 S Main 
^ iVorley^John, driver, bds Buck Tavern 

a Worth Edward, wks Graham's Factory 
\ Worthen B S, Worthen & Co druggist 17 N Main, bds 53 

ea College 

*f Wrenn G W, carp, r 23 Depot 
c ^ Wrenn Florence Mrs, r 23 Depot 
j Wrenn Annie Miss, bds 23 Depot 

. Wright Eva M Miss, teacher A F College, r same 
kJ Wright Jesse, c, porter Swan Hotel 
gjj Wright J E, r 57 College 

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5 E Wm. W. West, Sec. and Treas. W. B. Gwyn, President. 



ml Wright J E Mrs, r 57 College 

II WRIGHT E H, Bostic Bros & Wright. Dry Goods and 

Notions 1 1 N Main, r Oak and Woodfin. (See desc artic) 
Wright E A Mrs, r Oak and Woodfin 
£ Wright Hattie, r 255 S Main 
V Wright wid George A, r Blake and Academy 
<jg Wright W B Mrs, bds 76 Haywood 
£_ Wright Lee, wks Laundry, r near Ice Factory 
O Wright Mollie, r near Ice Factory 
§§ W'right Jennie, wks Cotton Mills, r near same 
— Wright Eddie, r near Cotton Mills 
2 Wylie George, c, coachman, .20 Oak 

^ M1SM \ PETRIE Merchant ^ ors ' ^ South Main Street, 

g CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



RAYSOR & SMITH'S 



Stork of DUIGOISTS' SI XI>RIi;s is the ^ 
most varied and com- 3J Patfijll AyBBBe. £j 
plete of any bouse in Asheville. i^a__. ^ 

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YAN 377 YOU 

YANCY SARAH, c, laundress, r 35 Hilterbrand 
Yancy W A, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r 35 Hil- 
.terbrand 
Yarboro Taylor, r nr Tee Factory 
Yarboro Eliza, r nr Ice Factory 
Yarboro Ellen, r nr Ice Factory 
Yarboro Loula, r nr Ice Factory 
Yates W B, carp, r 133 N Main 
Yates Laura, 133 N Main 
Yeatman T R, r 27 Bearden ave 

Yeatman C H, sewing machine agent, bds 27 Bearden ave 
Yeatman John P, r 2J Bearden ave 



Jas. H. Loughran's White'Man'A, 



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Gcuyn molest, """.JSKUfc.. 

. Established 1881. S. E. Court Square, qi 

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Yeatman John P Mrs, r 27 Bearden ave 

Yeatman Susan M Miss, bds 27 Bearden ave 

Young Susan Mrs, r nr French Broad Lumber Yard 

Young Fred W, B & saw filer, r nr French Broad Lumber Yards 3^ 

Young Sarah M, r Cripple Creek 

Young Albert G, lab, bds Cripple Creek 

Young Lillie, bds Cripple Creek 

Young Mary, bds Cripple Creek 

Young P M B, master St Paving Co, bds Battery Park Hotel — ^ 

Young S L Miss, r 26 Charlotte 

Young Thomas B, r 26 Charlotte • g£ 

Young L C Miss, r 26 Charlotte 

. . — . . — 

The STeatest and Most Quiet place in Town to spend an honr or 5 
two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time 'smile," is at ss; 

Cor. South Main & Eagle. * 



(Down Stairs. 
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^ til 1 OP n I Organized May, i888; Lewis JMaddui 

• WfitffiM I.RrnlinR KariK. President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
w If GOIOI II UQIUIIIIQ UQIIIV| dent j fc,. Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 

:=f $50,000, Surplus, §20.000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 

'£ ral Banking Business Transacted. 

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YOU 378 ZEA 

2? Young W R, elk C D Blanton & Co, sw cor Court Place, r 

"5 26 Charlotte 

^ Young W R Mrs, r 26 Charlotte 

g Young L M, bartender G A Sorrels S Main, r 80 Cherry 

* Young Alice Mrs, r 80 Cherry 

e Young J M, elk Powell & Snider Patton ave and S Main, 
:§ bds 155 N Main 

cw Young Robertson Mrs, bds 155 N Main 
Young Perry, c, brickmason, bds 16 Short 

5 Young Hy, c, brickmason, bds 16 Short 

*S Young Martha, c, r 58 Mulberry 

»w Young Arthur, c, bricklayer, bds 10 Irvin 

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-S a ^ i^^77l^«l, REAL ESTATE, 

li Oitiyn^ uuest, insurance, 

£ a Established 1881. S. E- CoURT SQUARE. » 

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*- Young, wid W H, r nr Broom Factory 

••5 Young Eva Miss, bds nr Broom Factory 

5 1 Yo'ung J M P, carp, bds 341 Haywood 

Young Mattie Mrs, r 341 Haywood 

£ Young Charles, wks Asheville Fur Factory, bds 60 Depot 

3 ^ACHARY EDDIE, clerk, bds 38 Bailey 

°?J • Zachary R H, lumber dealer, bds 38 Bailey 

$25 Zachary W J, cattle dealer, r bet Centre and West 

t/5 Zachary W J Mrs, r bet Centre and West 

#2« Zachary Mary, c, housemaid. 88 N Main 

*r* Zeager B, bds 66 S Main. 

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§ McKINNON & PETR IE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

^ Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



RAYSOR 4 SMITH'S 



Stock oi DRKiOlSTK' SFXHRIKS Is tho 

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l»l*t« of nay house lu Abbeville. 



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ASHEVILLE 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

BMBBAoiira-- 

A CLASSIFIED LIST OF PROFESSIONS, MANUFAC- 
TORIES, TRADES AND PURSUITS OF THE CITY OF 
ASHEVILLE, EACH CLASSIFICATION ALPHA- 
BETICALLY ARRANGED, THUS EXHIBIT- 
ING THE FULL ADDRESS AND SPECIAL 
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ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS. 

(See also Private and Kinder- 
gartens) 

Asheville Female College, Oak, 
bet Woodfin and College. Prof. 
B. E. Atkins, President and 
Treasurer, Prof. J. D. Arnold, 
Secretary. (See descriptive ar- 
ticle) 

Asheville Graded Schools, Prof. 
P. P. Claxton, Supt. 

Academy Street, (white,) Prof. 
E. B. Lewis, Prin. 

Mountain Street, (colored,) Prof. 
Edward Stevens, Prin. 

Orange Street, (white,) Prof. E. 
P. Mangum, Prin. 



Horns Industrial School, Vic- 
toria, S Main 1$ miles, Rev. L. 
M. Pease, Superintendent 

Mrs. Mainland's for Young La- 
dies and Little Girls, 40 
French Broad ave, Mrs. Bur- 
gwyn Maitland, Principal. 
(See adv.) 

Ravenscroft for Young Men, 

bet Church and Bailey, 

Principal. . ' 



ADVERTISING AGENT. 

FULENWEIDER. H. W., Mc- J» 

Afee Block, 28 Patton ave, 2d . 
floor. 



JSo free Lunches served, or 
any kind of Wild Animals 
on exh'ibiton to attract the 
Attention of the lower trade, 
lut Flrtt-Class Goods only al 



Ju. B, Lou^hm's "While Man's Bar," w 

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Cor. South Main and Eagle (Down stairs.) « 



Western Carolina' Bant 



Organized May. 1888; Lewis Maddux, 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent. J. E. Kankin, Cashier. Capital. 
_2 $50,000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository.' Inter- 
^ est paid on deposits of four months or longer in Savings Department. ' 



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25 AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- 
MENTS. 

(See Hardware) 
ARCHITECTS. 

« Broun Robert 

= Burkholder E W, (See adv back 

S (outside) 
"* Child Arthur Steele 

5 Milton A L 

2| Wills Brothers. (See adv out- 
eS side back) 

£ ARTISTS 

(PHOTOGRAPHIC.) 

] Crawford J W , McAfee Block, 28 

* Patton ave, 3d floor 

[ a Lindsey & Brown, S E Court PI 
w^ 2d floor 

S^McCandless & Brother, Patton 
3 -£ ave and Haywood 

5g ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 

* I Fitzpatrick Bros, North Main- 
oe£ (See adv.) 

j 2 Swicegood L, Willow Street. 
2 >, (See adv.) 

AUCTIONEERS. 
?§J.Barber J Y, Buncombe Ware- 
5 house 

« Davis & Son, EB&CE. Farm- 
"■ ers' Warehouse 

ATTORNEYS. 

(See lawyers.) 

BAKERS. 
Perry W G, Johnston Building, 
3J 26 South Main. (See adv) 

BANKS. 
2 First National, S E Ct PI, Wm 
5s E Breese, president, Dr G W 
g Fletcher, Fletcher's N C, vice 
S president, W H Penland, 
W Cashier 



The National of Asheville, N 
W Cor Patton ave and No 
Main. DC Waddell, president, 
W W Barnard, vice president, 
Lawrence Pulliam, cashier. 
(See adv First fly) 

The Western Carolina, S W 
Court Place, Lewis Maddux, 
President, L P McLoud, vice 
president. J Eugene Rankin, 
cashier. (See adv top lines) 

BARBERS. 

Martin W H, 60 So Main, (see 

disc art'cl) 
Sumner T J, 6 Patton ave 
Abram Bias, 16 Patton ave 
Brown Geo W, 39 Patton ave 
McInturfTB. 18 N Main 
Fearington Frank, 9h Patton ave 
Hicks Charley, Glen" Bock Hotel 

Battery Park 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

(BY permission.) 
Atkinson N B, 211 Haywood 
Anderson R W Mrs, 20 Bearden 

ave 
Adams J S Mrs, 41 Spruce 
Baker Mrs, 31 Grove 
Bowie Mrs 9 Flint 
Baird Miss, S Main 1 mile out 
Breese R E, Mrs, 87 Bailey 
Burnett L J Mrs, 64 S Main 
Burks C E Miss, 55 College 
Cushman W S Mrs, 163 Chestnut 
Coffin Misses, 31 Haywood 
Chamberlain Mrs, S E Church nr 

Patton ave 
Carson T C, "Barrett PI" 122 

Patton ave 
Cole Mrs, 59 N Main 
Erwin Mrs, College and David- 
son 



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Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



RAYSOR & SMITH'S 



Ktook of DRIOG1STN' SUNDRIES is <he 
m«»s< rnrif d mid com 
pleie at' any house in Asheville. 



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Howell J 0, 136 Broad 
Inloes W H, 99 Chestnut 
Jarvis & Campbell, 63 N Main 
LaBarbe A P Mrs, Patton ave 

and Bailey 
McDowell Jno, McDowell 
McDowell W W Maj, 420 S Main 
McDonald G L, 50 Bailey 
McCape C J, 24 Grove 
Nowell Jonathan, 73 N Main 
Portner H M Mrs, 76 Haywood 
Polley Mrs, 77 Charlotte also 
Charlotte & Chestnut 
Rector T S, 155 N Main 
Reeves Mrs R H, Spruce 
Reynolds T E Mrs, S8 N Main 
Reynolds W T Mrs, 22 Woodfin 
Reynolds Alice Mrs, 48 Spruce 
Summey A T Mrs, 115 Haywood 
Smathers J L Mrs, 318 Patton ave 

(see adv) 
Stevenson Mrs S E, Patton ave 

and Church (See desc art) 
Van Gilder House, Mrs Piatt, 
Proprietress, College and Da- 
vidson 
Way Mrs, "Dell Rosa," 2 miles 
N Asheville 

BEER AND ALE. 

(See Saloon) 

BLACKSMITHS. 
Howard & Burnett, College Place 

(See desc arte) 
Woody, J H & Co, Willow (See 

desc arte) 

BOOK BINDERS BLANK BOOK 
MNFS & PRINTING COS. 

D W Furman Printing Co North 
Court Place 

Randolph — Kerr Printing Co 
North Court place 



BOOT AND SHOES. 

Fulenweider & Bro, 18 Patton ave 

(See adv) 
Weaver & Myers, 39 Patton ave 

BOARD OF TRADE 
Geo S Powell Pres W B Gywn 

Secty 

BRICK DEALERS 
Asheville Brick Works Wm R 

Penniman, & Co office 3 North 

main Works, Emma, N C. 
Girdwood & Lee Works, near 

Smith Bridge West Asheville 
Hilderbrand & David office 

Works Terminus Camp Patton 

S C line North Asheville 

BOTTLERS. 

(See Soda Water Factors & Sa- 
loons) 

CHEMICAL 
(See also Druggists) 
Kopp Lichtenberger Park ave 
near Haywood 

CHINA & GLASSWARE. 
J H Law, 57-61 South Main 
Thad VV Thrash & Co 41 Patton 
ave 

CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SUR- 
VEYORS. 

Broun, Robt 
Bomar, T H 
Brooks, J H 
Child, Arthur Steele 
Eickleburger, W H 
Harrington, Geo W 
Hume, W L 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 
(See also Grocer and Saloon.) 
Blomberg L, 17 Patton ave 



Ko«Free Lunches served, or 
any kind of Wild Animals 
on exhibiton to attract the 
attention of the lower trade. 
But First-Class 'Goods only at 



k H, Loughran's "White Man's Ear, 

Cor. South Main and Eagle iptm stairs... 



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Organize! May, 1888; Levis Macidtix'. 
President, L. P. McLoud. Vice-Presi- 
dent. J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital. 
jS $50»000; Surplus, $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Inter- 
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2? CEMENT AND PLASTER. 

_• Moody C Fj, 30 Patton ave (See 

w adv) 

— Morrison T S, 531 West Haywood 
^ (See descriptive article) 

CLOTHING. 

S Asheville Dry Goods Co, 30 N 
Main (See descriptive article) 

§ Blantou C D & Co, West Ct Place 
£~ (See descriptive article) 
£ Hammershlag & Whitlock, 32 S 
^ Main 

** Redwood H & Co. 7 and 9 Patton 
</>" ave (See adv) 
5 Sawyer Jas P, 15 Patton ave 
^CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS. 
£j?Corn N P, (See adv) 
£ -Troy W B, Stone Grading Work, 
a | (See adv) 

pi CARRIAGE DEALERS AND 

MAKERS. 
^ a Hines E F, College St, rear Grand 
" fc Central 
<-S Woody J H & Co, 68 S Main 

COAL DEALERS. 
' £ '^Carrington F N, West Ct Place 
2c£ (See descriptive article) 
I Collins Ice and Coal Co, 30 Patton 
5 ave * 

COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS. 
^Walter S Cushman, 28 Patton 
W ave, 2d floor 

COTTON MILLS. 
C E Graham Mnfg Co, West 
**& Asheville, M H Cone president, 
^. Baltimore, Md ; C E Graham 
S Sec and treas 
^ CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT 
£5 Heston J M, Eagle Block S Main 
*- Perry. W G, 26 S Main 
J2 Wilkie & Atkins, 12 Patton ave 



CARPETS & RUGS. 
Mimnaugh F P, 11 Patton ave 

(See descriptive article) 
Redwood H & Co, 7 and 9 Patton 

ave (See adv) 
Williamson W B & Co, 16 Patton 
ave 

DAIRIES. 
J Rogers Grant, Charlotte 

DRUGGISTS. 

Carmichael W C, 20 S Main. (See 

adv) 
Grant J S, 24 S Main (See adv 

front cover) 
Pelham's Pharmacy, 31 Patton 

ave 
Raysor & Smith, 31 Patton ave 
Smith T C & Co, 13 S Main 
Woodcock J H, 272 Patton ave 
Worthen & Co, 17 N Main 

DENTISTS. 

(Represented only by patrons) 
Arrington I)r B F, 31 Patton ave, 

2d floor 
Graham Dr A S, 57 S Main 

Queen Dr J G, office , (See 

desc art) 

. DRESSMAKERS. 
LaBarbe Miss Nellie, 9 N Main, 
(See desc art) 

DYERS AND SCOURERS. 
Scott W T, Patton ave and Wa- 
ter, down stairs, (See desc art) 

DIAMONDS. 

' Cosby B H, 27 Patton ave, (See 
desc art) 

EMBALMERS. 
Blair & Brown, 32 Patton ave, 

(See des art) 



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& PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



& SMITH'S 

plete of any house iu Asheville 



jA Slock of DRUGGISTS' Sl*\DR)KS is (he fc^ 



,no ' ,v,,rio,,amle,m " 31 Patton AT6DH6. ^ 



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Mann, Johnson & Co, 37 Patton 

ave, (See adv bottom lirres) 
Starnes J Russell, N Main 

DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, 

Demens Wood Working Co, 
nr Pass Depot, (See desc art) 

Asheville Lumber & Mnfg Co, 
West End [Tel 9], See desc art) 

Scott Geo T, College Place, [Tel 
office .60, Tel yard 61] 

ENGINES AND BOILERS. 

See Founders and Machinists, 
also Hardware 

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. 

(See Grocers and Confectioners) 

FURNITURE. 
Blair & Brown, 32 Patton ave, 

(See desc art) 
Mann, Johnson &• Co, 37 Patton 

ave (See adv) 
Williamson W B&Co, 16 Patton 

ave, (See adv) 

FLOURING MILLS. 
Asheville Milling Co, W Ashe- 
ville, [Tel 36] office 30 Patton 
ave 

FEED STORES. 
Cooper A D, North Ct Place and 

N Main (See adv) 
Revel T J, North Main (See de- 
scriptive article) 
G \V Jenkins & Bro, So Main 
Powell & Snider, So Main and 
.Patton ave 

FLORAL GARDENS. 

MessDeake Family, Green house 
324 Charlotte (See descriptive 
article) 

FOUNDERS . & MACHINISTS. 

Cole J B, Works Buttrick, near 
Terminus Patton ave (See 
descriptive article) 



GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. 

(Represented only by Patrons ) 
Asheville Dry Goods Co, 31 N 

Main, (See descriptive article) 
Blanton C D & Co, West Court 

Place (See descriptive article) 
Graves & Thrash, 19 South Main 

(See descriptive article.) 
Hammershlag & Whitlock, 32 S 

Main (See descriptive article) 
Mitchell F E, 28 Patton ave (See 

descriptive article) 
Lipinsky & Ellick, 30 S Main 

(See adv side lines) 
Redwood H & Co, 7 and 9 Patton 

ave (See adv side lines) 
Balto Clothing House, M Swartz 

burg, Propr, 10 Patton ave (See 

descriptive article) 
Bostie Bro & Wright. 11 N Main 

(See descriptive article) 

GLASS, PAINTS AND OILS. 

Ballard, Rich & Boyce, West Ct 

PlclCG 

T C Smith & Co, 13 So Main 

GROCERS. 

(Represented only by Patrons.) 
Cooley A R, 45 S Main, (See de- 
scriptive article) 
Cooper A D, N Main and N Ct 

Place (See adv) 
Chedester & Son S R, Patton ave 

(See descriptive article) 
Hamilton Thomas P & Co, "Big 

22" Patton ave (See descriptive 

article) 
Hare Brothers, 17 S Main (See 

descriptive article) 
Hensley & Wild, 23 N Main (See 

descriptive article) 
Jenkins & Bro G W, S Main (See 

descriptive article) 



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The Weatest and Most Quiet place in Town to spend an hour o- 
two at Billiards or Pool, and at the same time -smile." is at 



Jas. H, Loushran's White'Man's Bar, 



Cor. So uth Main & Ea gle. 

(Down Stairs.) 



Western Carolina Bank, 



Organized May, 1888; Lewis Maddux 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. E. Rankin, Cashier. Capital. 
-3 §50,000, Surplus. $20,000. State, County and City Depository. Gene- 
's^ ral Banking Business Transacted. 



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Powell & Snider, S Main and 

Patton ave 
Triplett Brothers, West Asheville 
Revell & Wagener, 28 Patton ave 

(See descriptive article) 
Morrison T S 

GUN AND LOCKSMITH. 

Lindsey A W, 25J North Main 
Penniman & Co, 13 North Main 
(See adv) 

HORSE SHOERS. 

(See Blacksmiths.) 

HARNESS MAKERS. 

Alexander J M, North Ct Place 

(See descriptive article) 
Hines E F, North Main (See de- 
scriptive article) 
Woody J H & Co, 68 South Main 
(See descriptive article) 
HIDES AND FUR. 
Ellick M, N Main (See descrip- 
tive article) 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 



Rich & Boyce, W Ct 
59 and 61 S Main 



Ballard 
Place 
Law J H, 57, 

(See adv) 
Thrash, Thad W & Co, 41 Patton 

ave (See adv) 
Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, 43 
Patton ave (See adv) 
HOTELS. 
c£ Batterj r Park, Jno B Steele, mngr 

(See descriptive article) 
£5 Burnett House, Mrs L J Burnett, 
O propr, 64 S Main (see descrip- 
Y* tive article) 

P5 Glen Rock, A G Hallyburton, 
[T| propr, near Pass Depot 

j Kennilworth Inn, Dr Browning 
*-* manager 

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Magnolia House, W A James Jr, 

propr, N Main, (see descriptive 

article) 
Neville House, O Neville, propr, 

46 S Main, 
Oaks The, Greenewell & Sites, 

proprs, (see descriptive article) 
Strauss European, 26 and 28 S 

Main, (see descriptive article) 
Swannanoa, So Main, Howell 

Cobb propr, (See adv) 
Stevenson House, Mrs S Steven- 
son, propr, Patton ave and 

Church, (see descriptive article) 
Slagle House, J L L Slagle, propr, 

90 Patton ave, (see descriptive 

article) 
Western, Dr L B McBrayer and 

mother, props, West Ct Place, 

(see descriptive article) 
Winy ah House, Dr Karl Von 

Ruck, propr, Pine and Baird 

ICE MANUFACTURERS. 

Asheville Ice & Coal Co, office 30 
Patton ave 

INSURANCE AGENTS, FIRE 
AND LIFE. 

(Represented only by patrons) 
B F P Bright, Dr Battle's office 
Jenks & Jenks, Johnston Build- 
ing, 28 Patton ave, 2d floor 
Lawrence Pulliam, National « 

Bank of Asheville 
Rawls C T, 5 Patton ave 

JEWELERS. 
B H Cosby, 27 Patton ave 
INCORPORATED COMPANIES 

(Consult also Index.) 
The People's Light, Heat and 
Power Co, A J Lyman, presi- 
dent, W W Barnard, treasurer, 



& PETRIE Merchant Tailors, 58 South Main Street, 

Cleaning and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



Yon w 

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~- ^P * Smith's Brag Store, 31 Pattsn k 

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Jos E Dickerson, secretary pro 
tern, C E Ross, superintendent. 

Asheville Investment Co, R B 
Hilliard, president, A W Con- 
way, secretary, C F Grifflng, 
treasurer and general manager. 

Asheville Park & Hotel Co. V E 
McBee, president, Dr S W Bat- 
tle, vice president, T C Mc- 
Neely, secretary, D C Waddell, 
treasurer 

Asheville Electric Light and 
Power Co, John G Martin, 
president, Dr S W Battle, vice- 
president, Thomas W Patton, 
superintendent, B M Jones, 
secretary and treasurer 

Southern Improvement Co, ' A 
W Bronsou, president, New 
York, E N Swan, secretary, E 
B Welles, manager. 

Asheville Cemetery Co, Thomas 
W Patton, secretary 

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS. 

Parker 
Sevier P Ed 
Troy W B 

LAWYERS. 

Adams & McElroy, Legal Build- 
ing 
Atkinson C B, Legal Building, 28 

Patton ave • 
Cushman W A, 28 Patton aAe 
Carter & Craig, Legal Building 

(See ad) 
Cobb & Merrimon, Johnston Buil- 
ding 
Carter E D, Legal Building 
Carter and Carter, Legal Build- 
ing 
Cummings P A, Legal Building 
Davidson A T, Legal Building 



Davidson, Martin & Jones, Legal 

Building 
Gudger, Carter & Martin, Legal 

Building 
Jones & Shuford, Johnston 

Building 
Lyman A J, Legal Building 
McLoud C M 

Malone Wm H, Legal Bl'dg 
McBrayer R, 28 Patton ave (See 

adv) 
Merrick Duff, Legal Bl'dg 
Moore Chas A, Legal Bl'dg 
Pearson Richmond Legal Bl'dg 
Sondley F A, Legal Bl'dg, 
Whitson, North Court Place 
Wolfe 

LAUNDRIES. 

Model Steam 15 Patton ave (See 
adv) 

LIQUORS & WINES. 

(See Saloons) 

LIVERY FEED AND SALE 
STABLES. 

Battery Park. 83 South Main 
Blanton W P, & Co Water near 

Patton ave 
Brown & Co, Water near Patton 

ave • 

Chambers & Weaver Willow, 
Eckle & Co South Main opp 

Swan Hotel 
Green Ben rear Grand Central 

Hotel 
Stikeleather Bros 68 South Main 
Woodberry J H, College Sq 
Reynolds & Spears, Water and 

College 

LUMBER. 
Asheville Lumber and Mfg Co, 

west Asheville, W B Marx 

president. (See adv) 



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HIGHEST QUALITY ALWAYS, 



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Down Stairs. 

AND PRICES CHARGED ACCORDINGLY 



* Western Carolina Bant 



Organized May, 1888; Lewie Maddux, 
President, L. P. McLoud, Vice-Presi- 
dent, J. E, Rankin, Cashier. Capital, 
_£=* $50,000, Surplus, $20,000, State, County and City Depository. A Room 
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5?Demeus P A, Wood Wk'g Co, 

. near pass depot. (See adv) 
^ Scott G F, College and Pullian 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 

§ McKinnon & Petrie58 So Main 
gSchartle J W North Main 
jgTauchen \V, South Main 

MILLINERY. 

23 (Represented only by patrons) 
oSLaBarbe Miss N Mimnaugh F 
r— P, 11 pat ton ave 

MACHINE SHOPS. 

5 (See Founders and Machinists) 
*S MACHINE DEALERS- 
5«E F Hines rear Grand Central, 
g- Water 

MUSIC TEACHERS 
^neringer N, 38 Charlotte 

Kneringer Miss Maggie 3S Char- 

' lotte 
^.<MUSIC AND MUSICAL MDSE. 
o >Falk C, North Main 
ui^VVilliams G A, 37 Patton ave 

NOTABLES. 

iX'ortland Bros 26 Patton av 
% Cushman Walter S, 28 

» NEWS DEALERS 
.Blomberg L, 15 Patton :ive 
^Morgan & Co 3 North Main 

O NEWSPAPERS. 

^Asheville Baptist ,Wkly, N Ct 
dg Place 

Asheville Methodist, Wkly, N Ct 
^5 Place 

OCountry Homes, Monthly, 11 
QC Ct Place 

S^Jaily Citizen, N Ct Place 
JCpemocrat, YVkly, N Ct Place 
^Cvening Journal, Daily, N Ct 
H3 Place 



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Farmer & Mechanic- N Ct Place 
Lyceum Monthly. 73 N Main 
Medical Journal Monthly, Opera 
House block 

PAINTERS AND PAPER 
HANGERS, 
Fitzpatrick Bros, 30 N Main 
Lee Robt H & Co, S3 Bailey 
Swicegood L, 2 Willow 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
(SEE artists photogeaphio) 

PHYSICIANS. 
Battle Dr S W, office Johnston 

b'ld'g, r Battery Park Hotel 
Burroughs Dr Jas A, office Bar- 1 

nq,rd b'ld'g, r 88 N Main 
Ballard Dr A M, office 28 Patton 
ave, r Haywood near Academy 
Baird Dr H L, office and r 39 

Patton ave 
Burgin Dr R, office and r Bilt- 
. more S Asheville 
Bryant Dr R H c, office 21 S Main 
Crawford Dr J H, (occulist), office 

28 Patton ave, r 48 Grove 
Fletcher Dr H M, r 23 Penland 
Hilliard Dr AV D, office over 1st 

Nat'l Bank, r 57 Spruce 
Hilliard Dr Chas, office over 1st 

Nat'l Bank, r 39 Patton ave 
Hargan Dr T J, (specialist) office 

29 Patton ave, r Pearson ave 
and Academy • 

Justice Dr J C B, office and r 
Barnard B'ld'g 

Leech Dr W Stuart, office 28 
Patton ave, r Grand Central 

Meriweather Dr Frank T, office 
Johnston B'ld'g 

McBrayer Dr L B, office and r 
Western Hotel 

Nelson Dr, office and r 71 Wood- 
fin 



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CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



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Main, r 27 Charlotte 
Starnes Dr E C, office 272 Patton 

ave, r Buxton and Roberts 
Taylor Dr H L, office Opera House 

block, Patton ave 
Thrash, Dr. Geo, res 52 Haywood 
Treese Dr. J .F, r 64 South Main 
Tennent Dr. G. B , office and r 

Charlotte nr Clayton 
Williams Dr Jno Hey, office and 

r 53 Haywood 
Weaver Dr H B, office 24 S Main, 

r 169 Chestnut 
Webb Dr DeWitt, office 2S Patton 

ave, r Oaks Hotel 
Watson Dr J A, office and r Pat- 
ton ave and Grove 
Whittington Dr W P, office 26 

Patton ave, r 30 Phillip 
"Whittaker D, r Biltrnore S Ashe- 

ville 
Von Ruck Dr Karl, office and r 

VVinyah House, Pine and Baird 

PLUMBERS STEAM AND GAS 
FITTERS. 

Ballard Rich and Boyce, West Ct 

Place 
Kelley & Strachan, 26 Patton ave 
Taylor, Bonis & Brotherton, 43 

Patton ave 

PRINTING- COMPANIES. 

D W Furman Co, North Ct 

Place 
Raixlolph-Kerr Co, North Ct 

Place 

PROVISIONS, HAY AND 
GRAIN. 

(See also Grocers.) 
Cooper A D. North Ct Place 
Jenkins G W & Bro, South Main 



Mclntire P C & Bro, N Ct Place 
Powell & Snider, So Main and 

Patton ave 
Reed J E & Co, N Ct Place 
Revell T J, North Main 

RESTAURANTS. 

Murrough N. 9 Patton ave 
Strauss European, 26 and 28 So 
Main 

R AILROADS— R &"D SYS- 
TEM AND STREET RAIL- 
WAYS 
Asheville and Spartanburg 
Murphy Branch 
Western N C 
Hot Spring's Division 
Asheville Electric Street Ry 

SALOONS. 

The Battery Park, Battery Park 

Hotel 
The "Boston," 39 South Main 
The "Bonanza," 43 South Main 
The "Carolina." 19 North Main 
The "Eagle," 25 South Main 
The 'Glen Rock," near Pass 

Depot 
The "Metropolitan," 29 North 

Main 
"Muller's Exchange," Water 

and College 
"The White Man's Bar," 46 So 

Main 

STENOGRAPHERS 

Cobb, Legal Building 
Stevens, Johnston Building 

SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. 

(Represented only by Patrons. 

Asheville Lumber Manufactur- 
ing Co, West End 

Demens P A. Woodworking Co, 
near Pass Depot 

Scott Geo S, College and Pulliarn 



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Organized May. 1888 ; Lewis Maddux, 
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SHOEMAKERS. 

(Represented by Patrons only) 
Hyndman Thomas L, 18$ North 

Main 
Novill T W, 18 Patton ave 

SEWING MACHINES. 
The Singer, 62 South Main 
The Davis and New Home, 16 

Patton ave 
The Domestic, S E Ct Place 
The American, 91 Patton ave 

STATIONERS AND BOOK- 
SELLERS. 

(Represented by Patrons only.) 
J N Morgan & Co, 3 North 

Main 
L Blomberg, 17 Patton Ave 

SILVERWARE. 

Law J H, 57, 59, 61 S Main 
Thrash Thaddeus W & Co, 41 
Patton ave 

SURVEYORS. 
(See Civil Engineers and Sur- 
veyors) 



SODA WATER AND BOT- 
TLERS. 

(See also Saloons,) 
Charles A Campbell, 217 Hay- 
wood 

TRIAL JUSTICES. 
A T Summey, Patton ave. and 
2nd floor, West Court Place 

UPHOLSTERERS. 

Brown Richard, 100 Patton ave 
Williams W H A, Eagle and Val- 
ley 

UNDERTAKERS. 
Blair & Brown, Patton ave 
Mann Johnston & Co, Patton 

ave 
Starnes J R, North Main 
Williamson W B & Co, Patton 
ave 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 
Dr J W Rollings, South' Main, 
opposite Swan Hotel 

WOOD DEALERS. 

C E Moody, 30 Patton ave 




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CLEANING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



EXPLANATORY. 



♦ 



In the political domain we are just upon the brink of a complete 
transformation scene— hence statistics concerning the present year's 
municipal and governmental reign would prove as inert information, 
consecpuently we are unable to furnish with this publication any- 
thing that would be of practical value to our patrons and readers. 

The officers elected by the people of the City of Asheville and the 
County of Buncombe have exhibited in the past administration of its 
affairs much ability and enterprise, and with the advent of a new 
regime we wish the succeeding power much success in their new 
field and a continuation in the up-building of a city, which in the 
past few years has made such rapid strides in this age of modern 
progress and improvement. 




aneous Directory. 



OF ASHEVILLE. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 

MAYOR- 
CHARLES D BLANTON. 

Aldermen — W E Wolfe, J 
Hamp McDowell, F M Miller, 
Charles B Leonard, R L Fitzpat- 
rick. 

City Clerk— F M Miller. 

City Attorney— T H Cobb. 

City Tax Collector— N A Rey- 
nolds. 

City Treasurer— J E Rankin. 

Chief of Police— A H Baird. 

Chief of Fire Department— J P 
Sawyer. 

Superintendent of Waterworks 
— J L Murray. 

Superintendent of Schools — P 
P Claxton. 

Sanitary Inspector — D H B 
Weaver. 

COUNTY GOVERNMENT. 

Sheriff— D L Reynolds. 
Register of Deeds— J J Mackey 
Superintendent of Schools— C 
B Way 
Treasurer — John H Courtney 



Attorney — M E Carter. 

Coroner— W D Hilliard 

Surveyor— A H Starnes. 

Clerk -W T Reynolds. 

Deputy Clerk— Chas W Ma- 
lone. 

County Commissioners— J E 
Rankin, Chairman; J C Curtis, 
Levi Plemons, Dr J A Reagan, 
W T Porter. 

Board of Education— A T Sum- 
mey, B G Gudger, LeRoy H 
Sams. 

STATE LEGISLATURE. 

Representatives of Buncombe 
County — Melvin E Carter, Dr J 
S T Baird. 

Senator 42d District, Buncombe 
and Madison Counties— Virgil S 
Lusk. . 



BROTHERHOOD OF ST. AN- 
DREW'S. 

Trinity Chapter No 1 10, F L Ja- 
cobs, Sec'y. 



390 



MASONIC LODGES. 

Mount Hermon Lodge- No 118, 
A F and A M, T V Terrell, Sec 

Asheville Lodge No 410, A F 
and A M, F L Jacobs, Sec 

Asheville Chapter No 25 R A, 
S Hammershlag, Sec 

Cyrene Commandery No 5 K T, 
W T Randolph, Rec 

KNIGHTS OF LABOR. 
G H Burnham M W, Saml 
Waldrop Sec 

CARPENTERS' UNION, 
W B Clayton — . N P Corn, Rec 
Sec 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Pisgah Lodge No 32 P A Cum- 
mings K R and S 

Buncombe Div No 1, U R, P A 
Cummings Rec 

ODD FELLOWS. 

Swannanoa Lodge No 56, S II 
Chedester, Sec 

A. 0. U. WORKMEN, 
J B Worsley, Recorder 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

Swannanoa Lodge 046. P A 
Cummings, Reporter 

ROYAL ARCANUM. 
French Broad Council No 701, 
S Lipinski, Sec 

SONS TEMPERANCE. 
Asheville Division, No 15, F A 
Ham rick Secy 

W. C. T. U. 

(Meetings held in Y M C A 
Bldg) monthly, Miss M E Brown 
Secy 

Y. W. C. T. U. 

Meetings monthly, Y MCA 
Bldg, Miss Alice Smith Secy 

FLOWER MISSION. 
Mrs Jas A Burroughs See 
CHURCHES. • 

Central Methodist, (South)— 
Church Rev Sam Milliard, pas- 
tor pro tern. Divine worship, 
Sundays, morning and evening. 
Sunday-school, 9.30 A M ; HA 
Gudger, superintendent. 



Catholic — Haywood near Flint. 
Rev Father White. Low mass 
during week 7.30 P M; High mass 
Sunday 11 A M. 

First Baptist— Spruce and 
Woodfln. Rev Dr W A Nelson, 
pastor. Divine worship, Sundays, 
morning and evening. Sunday- 
school, 9 A M. Dr D T Millard, 
superintendent. 

Second Baptist— French Broad 
and Patton ave. Rev Dr J L 
Carroll, pastor. Divine worship, 
Sundays, morning and evening. 
Sunday-school" 9.30 A M. A N 
LaPierre. superintendent. Prayer 
meeting Wednesday evening. 

Kahl of Asheville, S Lipinsky, 
secretary: 

First Presbyterian — Church, 
Rev W S P Bryan, pastor. Di- 
vine worship, .Sundays, morning 
and evening. Weekly Lectur,e, 
Wednesday evening. Sunday- 
school 9 AM. H Lockwood, 
superintendent. Young men's 
Prayer Sunday evening. 

Trinity, Episcopal — Rev Mc- 
Neely DuBose, Rector. Services : 
Sundays, Holy Communion, ex- 
cept on first Sundays, at 7.3,0 A M, 
and on first Sundays at 11 A M. 
Sunday-school and Bible Class at 
9 30 A M. Morning Prayer and 
Sermon at 11 A M ; Evening 
Prayer and Lecture at 4.30 P M. 
Wednesdays, Morning Prayer 
and Litany at 10 A M. Fridays, 
Evening prayer at 5 P M. Ploly 
Days' services announced on Sun- 
day previous. Meetings, Woman's 
Guild on first Wednesday each 
month at 4 P M. Woman's Aux- 
iliary, Fridays of each Ember 
season at 4 P M. Choral Society, 
third Friday in each month at 
4 P M. Sunday-school Teachers, 
second and fourth Fridays in each 
month at 4 P M. Vestry, Tues- 
day after each first Sunday at 8 
P M. St Andrew's Brotherhood, 
second and fourth Tuesdays at 8 
P M. Practices : Sunday-school, 
each Wednesday at 4 P M; Choir, 
each Friday at 7.30 P M. All seats 



TT7E offer for sale choice Real Estate of all clescrip- 
V V tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 
28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



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'E offer for sale choice Real Estate of all descrip- 
tions. We loan money in sums to suit. We 
Care for Estates and guarantee protection to own- 
ers interest in same. We invest trust funds 
carefully. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



391 



are free, and strangers are cor- 
dially invited to attend and take 
part in the services. The Rec- 
tor's study is in the Rectory, one 
door south of the church. 

Methodist Episcopal, (South) — 
North Asheville. Rev C M 
Campbell, pastor. Divine services 
every Sunday morning and eve- 
ning. Sunday-school at 9 A M. 
Jno H Wheeler, superintendent. 

Christian Church — Church. 
Divine worship every Sunday 
morning and evening. Sunday- 
school by Frank McCrary at 9.45 
A M. ("Regular pastor not yet 
assigned.) 

Methodist Episcopal — Hay- 
wood and Buttriek. Rev J D 
Robertson, pastor. Divine wor- 
ship, Sunday morning and eve- 
ning. Sunday-school at9.30 A M ; 
Elmo Rhinehardt, supt. 

Riverside Methodist Episcopal, 
(South) — Divine services Sunday 
morning and evening. Rev C M 
Campbell, pastor. Sunday-school 
at 3 P M ; Wm Turner, supt. 

No. Asheville Methodist Epis- 
copal, (South') — Divine worship 
Sunday morning and evening ; 
Rev C M Campbell, pastor. Sun- 
day-school 9.3U A Mf J H Weaver, 
superintendent. 

Baptist — West end Mission 
Praver-meeting Saturday even- 
ings at 7.30, by Rev W P* South- 
ern. Sunday-school at 3.30 P M. 

Academy Hill Baptist Mission. 
Praver-meeting Thursday, 7.30 
P M, by Rev W P Southern. 
Sunday-school 3.30 P M ; George 
H Burnham, superintendent. 

COLORED CHURCHES. 

Nazareue First Baptist — Pine 
and Beaumont. Rev S H With- 
erspoon, pastor. Divide services, 
Sunday 11 A M and 8 P M. Sun- 
day-school 2 P M. Prayer-meet- 
ing Wednesday 8 PM. 

Mount Zion Second Baptist- 
Bailey and Patton ave. Rev R P 
Burnley , pastor Pro tern. Divine 
worship Sunday 11 A M and 3 



and 8 P M. Sunday-school 12 M. 
Prayer-meeting Wednesday at 
8 P M. 

A M E Zion— College and Pine. 
Rev E J Carter, pastor. Divine 
worship, Sunday HA M and 8 
PM Class-meeting 3 P M. Sun- 
day-school 9 A M. 

Trinity Episcopal Chapel — , 
Valley and S Beaumont. Rev H" 
S McDufry, pastor. Divine ser- ' 
vices, 1 1 A M and 8 P M. Sun- 
day-school afternoon. 

Methodist Episcopal— College. 
Rev W W Pope, pastor. Divine 
worship, 11 A M anu8PM. Sun- 
day-school 3 P M. 

A M E Church— Hilterbrand 
near Pine. Rev F W Sorrell, 
pastor. Preaching HAM and 3 
P M. Sunday-school 9 AM. 

The North Carolina Society for 
the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani- 
mals. Organized April 1st, 1890. 
Asheville, N. C— Officers : W H 
Inloes, president ; J L Carroll, 
1st vice-president ; C J McCape, 
2d vice-president; F L Jacobs, 
secretary and treasurer ; F L 
Jacobs, superintendent ; T A 
Jones, counsel. Board of Mana- 
gers : J P Sawyer, W S Cushman, 
W T Penniman, C M McLoud, W 
F Randolph, T W Patton, J E 
Rankin. Finance Committee : 
\V S Cushman, J P Sawyer, J E 
Rankin. 

DEPARTMENT OF CHARI- 
TIES. 

Children's Home, Charlotte 
and Woodfiu, Miss Mary Sharp, 
matron. 

Mission Hospital, 17 Charlotte 
street. MissL E Walton, matron. 

Children's Free Kindergarten 
and Aid Society. Riverside, near 
cotton factory; also, 11 Patton 
ave, 2d floor. 

POSTAL INFORMATION. 

G W Cannon, Postmaster; E E 
Hetson, M O department; V O 
Harkins, mailing department; E 
C Westall, stamp department; H 



392 



B Malone. general delivery de- 
partment. 

CARRIERS. 

JWC Deake, No 1, Neil Lee 2, 
J M Case 3, J C Heninger 4. S F 
Harmon 5, T J Loftin 6, C B 
Deaver, Special Delivery Dep't. 

Office Hours : General Deliv- 
» ery— Opens 7 a m to 7 p m. Sun- 
day 9 to 9 30 a m ; Sunday 6 to 
6 30 p m. MO dep't opens 9 a 
in to 4 p m. Northern mail ar- 
rives 8 a m, 5 p m ; South 7 30 p 
m : West 2 15 p m, 8 00 a m ; East 
5 p m, 8 a m. 

Horse Mails leave for Weaver- 
ville daily, except Sunday 12 30 
p m ; arrives from Weaverville 
12 00 m ; leaves for Liecester 12 m; 
arrives from Liecester 11 am; 
leaves for Vanceville 9 a m; ar- 
rives from Vanceville 8 30 a m, 
leaves for Brevard 7 00 a m ; ar 
rives from Brevard 6 pm; leaves 
for Rutherfordton 6 am; arrives 
from Rutherfordton 9 p m. 

BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO- 
CIATIONS. 

Asheville Branch of the 
Southern Buil dinar and Loan 



Association, Knoxville, Tenn. — 
H H Heeb, General State Agt, 
N. G, H D Child, Local Secre- 
tary, Citizen Office. Officers and 
Directors : T S Morrison, presi- 
dent, G W Cannon, vice-presi- 
dent; L P McLoud, treasurer; H 
D Child, secretary ; Cobb & Mer- 
rimon, attorneys. Directors : J 
E Rankin, H D Child, J S Grant, 
W F Randolph, John Child. 

Home Building and Loan As- 
sociation of Asheville, N C. — 
Office No 5 Patton Ave. Frank 
Coxe, president ; T J Hargan, 
vice-president; CT Bawls, finan- 
cial secretary ; C C McCarty, 
treasurer; R-McBrayer, attorney. 
Directors . Frank Coxe, C E 
Graham, T C Starnes, S F Chap- 
man, C T Rawls, T J Hargan, J 
H Loughran, C T McCarty, H T 
Collins. 

Asheville Homestead Loan 
Association : Officers — S Ham- 
mershlag, president; H AGudger, 
vice-president; E I Holmes, sec- 
retary and treasurer. Directors : 
S Hammershlag, H A Gudger, A 
R Cooley, W E Wolf, R L Fitz- 
patrick, J B Bostick, A Freck. 





SOCO FALLS. „ 

From Lindsey's Guide Book by 
Permission, 



ROUND KNOB HOTEL AND FOUNTAIN. 

From Lindsey's Guide Book by 
Permission. 



I 



INDEX 



DESCRIPTIVE ARTICLES. Page. 

Atkinson Nat. & Sons, real estate.. 41 

Alexander J. M., harness and saddlery 27 

Asheville Dry Goods Co = 47 

Asheville Wood Yard 94 

Asheville Tile and Stone Co 94 

Asheville Cement and Plaster Depot 94 

Asheville Opera House 91 

Asheville Transfer Co •. 93 

Asheville Cigar Co 7.3 

Asheville Female College 87 

Asheville Investment Co 82 

Asheville Lumber and Manufacturing Co 3 

Asheville Loan Office „ 41 

Asheville Press 104 

Asheville, North Carolina 5 

Battery Park Hotel 17 

BosticJno. B 22 

Bostic Bros. & Wright, dry goods 65 

Blair & Brown, furniture .' 62 

Ballard, Rich & Boyce, stoves and plumbing 35 

"Boston" Saloon The 71 

Burnett & Howard, boarding 75 

Blantou W. P. & Co., livery stables 63 

Burnett House, boarding 93 

Battery Park Livery Stables 42 

Cooper A. D., groceries '. 16 

Cosby B. H, diamonds '. 52 

Cooley A. R., groceries. 55 

Cortland Bros., real estate 5i 

Cole J. B., foundry 100 

Campbell Charles H, bottler 67 

Carrington F. N., coal 85 

Demens P. A., woodworking 59 

''Eagle" Saloon The, wines and liquors 56 

Eckles & Co., livery stables 78 

26 



Page. 

Ellick M., taxidermy 97 

Fitzpatrick Bros., wall paper 30 

Grant J. S., drugs 21 

Graves & Thrash, dry goods 44 

Grand Central Hotel : 29 

Glen Rock Hotel 50 

Hare Bros., groceries 9G 

Hamilton T. P. & Co., groceries 3D 

Heston J. M., fruit and confectionery 45 

Hyndmau T. L , shoemaker 76 

Hensley & Wild, groceries 84 

Hines E F., wagons, machinery and harness 61 

Idylewild Green Houses and Floral Gardens 83 

Jenkins G. W. & Bro., groceries 79 

Jenks & Jeriks, real estate and insurance 31 

Kelley & Strachan, plumbing 90 

Lee R. H. & Co., painters 99 

Lyman A. J., real estate 32 

Loughran Jas. H., wines and liquors 54 

LaBarbe Miss N., millinery 41 

Model Cigar Store -. 90 

Martin W. H., barber 65 

Morrison T. S., general merchandise 69 

Murrough Noah, restaurant 69 

Marble Hall Haberdashers 103 

Melntire P. C. & Bro., meats an 1 provisions 71 

Magnolia House 39 

" Metropolitan" Saloon The 33 

Muller W. O., wines and whiskies 46 

Mitchell F. E, gents' furnishing 43 

McKinnon & Petrie, tailors 48 

Model Steam Laundry 26 

Mann, Johnson & Co., furniture 27 

Mimnaugh F. P., dry goods 14 

Morgan J. M. & Co., news dealers 72 

Moodey C. E., lime, cement, plaster and tile works 94 

NovillT. W., shoemaker 101 

OaksHotelThe 37 

Perry W. G., baker and confectionery 46 

Queen Dr. J. G., dentist 84 

Railings J. W., veterinary surgeon 80 

Reed J. E. & Co., meats and provisions 70 

Revel) & Wagner, groceries 60 

Redwood H. & Co., dry goods and clothing 19 



TF you wish to Buy or Sell Real Estate of any 
1 description, Rent your House, Insure your Life <>r 
Property, make no mistake, you can do so to the 
best advantage with us. 

JENKS&JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and 10 McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



IF you wish to Buy or Sell Real Estate ot any 
. description, Rent your House, Insure your Life or 
Property, make no mistake, you can do so to the 
best advantage with us. 

JENKS & JENKS, 

Real Estate and Insurance Brokers, 

Rooms 9 and xo McAfee Block, 

28 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 



Page. 

Revell T. J., groceries and feed 57 

Swartzberg M., clothing 75 

Swicegood L., wall paper 64 

Slagle Hotel 74 

Strauss' Hotel, European 81 

Schartle J. W., tailor .7. 28 

Starnes J. Russell, embalmer and general merchandise "1 

Scott W. T., scour and dyer 97 

Stevenson House /. 96 

Triplett Bros., groceries ./ : 05 

Turner N\, general merchandise..^. 98 

Tauchen W., tailor 59 

Union Tea Co 58 

Woody J. H. & Co., carriages and harness 102 

Wills Bros , architects 77 

Wilkie & Atkins, fruits and confectioneries 87 

Western Hotel....: 68 

Woodbury J. H-, livery stables 25 

Woodcock J. H, druggist 40 

Wolf James, meats 99 

ADVERTISERS. 

Atkinson Nat. & Son, real estate, outside lines, also page 4L 

Arrington Dr. B. F., dentist bottom case inside 

Asheville Furniture and Lumber Co 1 

Burkholder E. W., architect bottom case outside 

Bon Marche dry and fancy goods side lines 

Bright B. F. P., insurance white and black inset 

Cummings P. A., attorney at law white and black inset 

Child John, real estate top front case 

Cooper A. D., groceries side edge, also page 16 

Chambers & Weaver, sales stables 1 

Chapman S. F., timber and mineral lands third fly 

Carter & Craig, attorneys and counsellors 1 

Cushman W. S., commissioners of deeds centre lines 

Carmichael W. C, drugs : bottom inside case 

Courtland Bros., real estate pages 1 and 51 

Corn N. P., contractor pages 1 and 51 

Griffing C. L., real estate pages 1 and 82 

Grant J. S., drugs top front case, also page 21 

Gwyn & Wesc centre lines 

Jenks & Jenks, real estate colored inset, also page 31 

Jones & Shuford, attorneys 1 



Page. 

Law J. H., china and glassware 1 

Loughran Jas. H., whiskies and wines... bottom right lines, also p. 54 

McBrayer R.. attorney at law bottom case inside 

Morgan J. N. & Co., stationers bottom edge and page 72 

Mann, Johnson & Co., furniture side lines and page 27 

MeKinnon & Petrie, merchant tailors, left bottom lines and page 48 

Maitland Mrs. B., boauding and day school second fly 

Muller W. O., wines and liquors pages ] and 46 

Moody C, E , lime, cement and plaster..bottom cover outside and p. 94 

National Bank of Asheville The first fly 

Pulliam Law T renoe, insurance top front cover 

Penniman & Co., hardware bottom cover inside 

Rawls C. T., Are insurance and real estate centre lines 

Redwood H. & Co sidelines and page 19 

Raysor & Smith right top lines, also page 1 

Smathers Mrs. J. L boarding 1 

Swannannoa Hotel bottom cover inside 

Thrash Thad. W. & Co centre lines and page 1 

Taylor, Bouis & Brotherton, house furnishing goods and plumb- 
ing v • centre lines 

Wills Brothers, architects bottom cover outside and page 77 

Williamson VV. B. & Co., furniture fourth fly 

Watson D. S., real estate bottom cover outside 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Page. 

Abbreviations 105 

Business Directory 379 

Explanatory 389 

General Directory of Names 105 

Miscellaneous Directory 389 



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OFFICE: 

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SECOND FLOOR. 



Dr. B. F. ARRINGTON, 

SUrgeoq Dentist, 
BILLING TEETH A SPECIALTY. 

Also, Treating Diseased 

GUMS AND ALL DISEASES PERTAINING 
TO THE DENTAL STRUCTURE, 

OFFICE ROOMS: 

31 PATTON AVENUE, 

(Second Floor.) 

Over Raysor & Smith's Drug Store. 



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TELEPHONE 19. 



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REFERENCES: 
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ARCH ITECT and SU PERI NTEN DENT. 

Drawing's and Specifications for PuMic and Private Building* of Every 

Description Prepared with the Greatest Accuracy, and their. 

Erection Superintended wi<h Strict 

Fidelity to Owner's 

■ ' Interest. 

DETAILED SHEETS . FURNISHED WITH AiL DRAWINGS. 

OFFICM, OyM'H BROWN, GUI)®- EM & CO.'S STOKE, 
^iSHEVILLE^ N. C. • 



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DEALER IN 

.LIME* CEIBTT, PLASTER. ISOKTAR COLORS, CJITT ASS) SPLIT FIRE WOOD, 

<'OKE, CHAKCOAJ,, AND KINDLINGS.' 



MANUFACTURER 01 



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►N/.E ■S.liT:.T>;-:.! FOB SIDEW kLIiS> WALKS IN fARDS, P^O^BI 

BTHS'i ALSO, (^irrRJA^E-BL'OCKS, "WINDOW-SILLS. 
kViil«Kr.C!OPlN<Gt, STEPS, ET.*'..: AND- LAYER.. 



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