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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



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m a specialty of famishing BOARDING 
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Library of 
The University of North Carolina 

GROOME MEMORIAL 
IX MEMORY OF 

MARY GROOME McNINCH 

Class of 1902 

AND 

PINCKNEY BROADFTELD GROOME 

Class of 1902 

GIVEN BY THEIR PARENTS 

DR. P. L. AND CORA 
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Wine & Liquor House, 

JAMES H. LOUGHRAN, Prop., 
ASHEVILLE, N. 



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I defy competition in quality. Goods delivered t 
Boxing and packing free. 

Bartholomay Rochester Beer 
every day at 75c. per 

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TRUNKS AND VALISES. 

For Solid Comfort and Lowest Price on All 

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Plumbing^^^ 
Steam, Hot Water and 

Hot Air Heating. 

Stoves, Tiara and Housefurnishing M. 




No. II Patton Ave., ASHEVILLE, N. C, 



PRINTING 



UP TO DATE 

AND 

To the Customer's Liking. 

The Citizen Company, 

Printers and Publishers 

COMMERCIAL, 

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AN d NEWS WORK. 

g^^Estimates Quickly on Application. 






Democratic. All the News. 

A Letter Addressed to the 



Leading . . . 
.... Paper 

Of Asheville, N, C, always reaches 

THE DAILY CITIZEN OFFICE. 



One of the few North Carolina papers the circu- 
lation of which the American Newspaper Directory 
guarantees by a $100 forfeit. 

Daily, every afternoon except Sunday, $6.00 the 
year; semi-weekly, #1.00 the year (in advance). 
THE CITIZEN COMPANY, 
6 North Court Square, Asheville, N. C. 



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THE 



Asheville 
Daily 



Gazette 



The only Morning Newspaper in 
Western North Carolina. 

Eight pages daily. 

Circulation in all the mountain 
towns, hamlets and resorts. 



Asheville City Directory. 



EVERY LADY 

IN ASHEVILLE READS 

T ^ E SKYLAND NEWS 



It is, therefore, au unquestioned advertising medium. It 
is worth the money. It will bring customers every time. We 
have arranged so as to give the merchants of the city a 
chauce to advertise their 

SPECIALTIES 

in the most forceful manner. Our 

FIRST PAGE SPACE 

is the best there is. It can be engaged for a short time only, 
as we prefer to give each of our customers the opportunity to 
get the most benefit possible from our advertising; spaces. ' 
THE NEWS goes 

I3STTO lETTIE^-ST HOME 

in Asheville, and many surrounding towns. It is read by 
the best class of people— the people that have the money and 
buy. The people that buy the best there is. It goes to the 

Leading Hotels and Clubs of America 

making it beneficial to Asheville and the hotels and boarding 
houses. 

Two dollars per year in advance. 

A. V. D. TAYLOR, Editor and Proprietor. 



Asheville City Directory. 



This U No Joke 



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As our competitors 
would have you be- 
lieve, but a subject 
for your serious con- 
sideration. 



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WE REFER TO THE FACT THAT WE ARE 

Leaders In All Kinds of Printing, 

Both as to Quality and Price. Others 
try to keep up, but get just near enough 
to hang on behind. We don't kick on 
that — if there's any consolation in it 
they're welcome to it 



PERIODICAL TICKET: 



Taken on all kinds of Job Printing. 



Asheville Printing Co., 

CEORCE L. HACKNEY, Manager, 

TELEPHONE 181. 3 EAST COURT SQUARE. 



Asheville City Directory. 



First-class. Rates moderate. 

Sample rooms. Centrally located. 

J-lotel Berkeley, 

ASHEVILLE, IT- C. 



P. H. BRANCH, Manager. 
FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



for BooHs, Stationery, Fai^ey (Joods, Souvenirs, 
pictures, F Fa /n?s, etc., etc., $o to 

ROGERS' BOOK STORE, 



Where yon will find the largest and best se- 
lected stock in the above lines, and at prices 
with which you will find no fault. 

ROGERS' ASHEVILLE is the 

View Book for the TOURIST. 



Asheville City Directory. 



ASHEVILLE, N. C. 




" The Saratoga of the South," and "The Land of the Sky," 

reached comfortably and quickly, from all points, by the 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY, 

The Greatest Southern System. 

Operating more than 5,000 miles of track, 
and penetrating eight States. 



PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM SLEEPING CARS 

Between ASHEVILLE and WASHINGTON, 

PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK ; 
between ASHEVILLE, COLUMBIA, SAVANNAH, 
JACKSONVILLE, KNOXVILLE and CINCINNATI, 
and between ASHEVILLE, RALEIGH and CHATTANOOGA. 



Asheville City Directory. 



DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE to ALL POINTS 



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Stone Ballasted and Steel Rails, Vestibnled Coaches. 

Greensboro, Raleigh and Norfolk; 
Columbia, Savannah and Jacksonville; 
Knoxville, Chattanooga and Cincinnati. 




Call on any Agent 
or Representative 
for full informa- 
tion, or address 
the General Pas- 
senger Agent. 



F. R. DARBY, S. J. GALBRAITH, 

City Pass. & T. Agt, Depot Ticket Agent, 

34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. Asheville, N. C. Hot Springs, N. C. 

W. H. GREEN, J. M. CULP, W. A. TURK, 

Gen'l Supt. Traffic Manager 



B. I. NICHOLSON, 

Ticket Agent, 



Gen. Pass. Agent. 



General Offices: 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C. 



Asheville City Directory, 



BOARDING 



HRS. T. W. BRANCH, 



14 STARNES AVENUE. 



Near two car lines. Large yard, new house, large 
portico, magnificent views. All Modern im- 
provements. Hot and cold water 
on both floors. 



TEEMS MODERATE. 

The Place for Quietude 

and Pure Air and Water 0<^> 

RdnoTn lioriE, 

mps. A. C. t^flV, Proprietress. 



One and one-half miles from Asheville, on Woolsey Avenue, North, on Hill 

top. Short distance from Lookout Mt. Street Car Line. Terms 

moderate. Elegant location. Splendid Water. 

For further particulars address 

Mrs. -A~ C. IRATE", 

Post-office Box 664. ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



Asheville City Directory 



Palais Royal . 

FINE DRESS GOODS, 

Fancy aod Staple . . . 
Dry Goods aed Notions, 



COMPLETE LINE OF NEEDLE AND 
ART EMBROIDERIES. 

M. MEYERS, Proprietor, 

28 South Main St., ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Private Boarding, 

| 26 FLINT STREET, 



Short distance from Battery 
Park Hotel. 



Near Post-office and Street Car. 

Plenty of shade, and no buildings near enough to obstruct 
either view or breeze. 



IvTES- J. -A.. LEE. 



Asheviele City Directory. 



Mrs. L A. Johnson 



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CARPETS, STOVES, TRUNKS, CLOCKS, etc. 

On tlao Installnicnt Plan. 

Telephone 166. No. 32 S. M ain St., ASHEV1LLE, N. C. 

The Reynolds/' 

PRIVATE BOAKDIflG. 



Situation convenient and healthful. 

Rooms large and airy. 

Terms reasonable. For further particulars address 

MRS. L. I. DRAKE, 

-4S Spr-u.ce. 



^Boarding 5 House, 

No. 64^ S. Main Street, 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Convenient to the business houses. 
First-class accommodations. 

Commercial men will find it particularly adapted to 
their taste. 

Terms, $i per day. Special rates by week and month. 



Asheville City Directory. 




LEADING DEALERS 

IN 

Best Meats, 

GAME AND POULTRY. 

I11UC0. 

CITY MARKET, Court Square Entrance. 
WE HAVE 

WESTERN DRESSED MEATS 

AS A SPECIALTY, 

And the line includes only the very best Fine Haras, Breakfast 
Bacon, Smoked Tongues aud Lard. 

TELEPHONE 66. 

PHONE 118. ESTABLISHED 1889. P. O. BOX 10.). 

W. jE. ALLEN, 

WHOLESALE 

FraitGonfeetioneries, 

FINE CIC-AAS. TOBACCO, PIPES, STATIONER! ETC, 

We have the largest and best assorted stock to be had in the city, 
and ask that you examine our stock before buying elsewhere. We 
can save you money at 

54 Patton Avenue, Opposite Post-office, 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



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ILLUSTRATE <> <> 



Look Over the Ads 

In High-Priced Periodicals . 



' 0ver95 percent arelllustrated 

A Good Cut saves its own cost in economy 
of space, besides doubling the value of the ad. 
^ Cuts for advertising made to order at reason- 
able rates. 

ALTA M COLE, Engraver, 



ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



51 Patton Ave., 3d Floor. 



Taxidermist^ 

Tourists who wish Souvenirs of Western 
Carolina, such as Stuffed Birds, Animals, 
Rugs, etc., would do well to call on 

N. W. FAIN, Taxidermist, 

73 MONTFORD. 
c^o — Tanning of Skins for Rugs a Specialty. 



Growers of Plants and Cut Flowers. 
Roses and Carnations Our Specialties. 

Idleu/ild ploralQompapy 

ASHEVJLLE, N. C. 

Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte Street— Telephone No. 89. 

Store: 44 Patton Avenue— Telephone No. 132. 



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ON=AIR 

SELECT BOARDING, 

Open TlhroMglhoiuit the Year, 

All modern conveniences. Heated by furnace, also grates in all the rooms 
On Sulphur Springs and Ciltmore car line, n< ar post-office. 

G. L. McDONALD, Proprietor, 

Asheville, Nurth Carolina. 
74 Bailey Street. Telephone No. 247. 



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BOARDING. 

Elegant Location .... 
.... and Good Table. 



Splendid service; on car lines. 
Write for terms. 



RRHS. S. ^FEJRHV, 



161 North Main Street, 



ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



MR. ana MRS. F. R. CAMP, 

Trair/ed |\|urse$ apd (T)a5$eurs. 

Highest Credentials from Northern Physicians. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



14 Asheville City Directory. 

Stationery, Blank Books, 

Office Supplies, Novels, 

Daily Papers, Magazines, 
Browns, Cranes and Hurds 
Fine Papers, Stamping, 

Designing, Art Needle-work 
And Embroidery Materials, 

Bubber Stamps and Souvenirs. 

A. V. JONES k CO., 

OPPOSITE POST-OPPICE. 

T. W. FITZPATRICK, 

PracticalPainter @ Decorator 



-DEALER IN- 



Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, French Glass, Etc. 

33 NORTH MAIN STRBBT. 

New Barber Shop, 



36 PATTON AVENUE. 

New building, new outfit. Everything in the latest style. All White 
Barbers. Hot and Cold Baths. 

house just built. (QEORQE BENDER, Prop'r. 

FRANK J/KK50N, 

Restaurant.BilliardandPoolParlor 

The Only Colored Billiard and Pool Parlor in the City. 
Meals at All Hours. Eagle Street, Near South Main. 



Asheville City Directory. 15 

If your Prescriptions are prepared at 



Raysor's Drug Store, 

You can rely absolutely on three things : 

First, that none but the best chemicals will be used. 

Second, that only competent registered druggists will fill them, and 

Third, that you will not be overcharged. 

31 PATTON AVENUE. 



When in need of Dental Work, 
please remember 

Wexler Smathers, 

DENTIST, 

Asheville, N. C. 

Office over Sumner & Co.'s, 1 Up-to-date work at reasonable prices. 

40 and 42 Patton Ave. J Terms cash. 



Contractor and Builder. 

J. M. WEST ALL, 

(Contractor Paragon Building,) 

ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. 

201 Merrimon Avenue, 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Flione 19G-— * - * — ' - ' — — ' 



The VanGilder, 



ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Only two blocks from square. 

Electric cars pass the door. 
Modern improvements. Large lawn. 
Address for particulars 

Mrs D T L 



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Asheville City Director v. 




.30 FRENCH BROAD AVENUE. 

Delightful situation. Location central. Terms 
reasonable. New house, with modern appointments 
complete. Near Patton Avenue and Bingham 
Heights Car lines. Phone 153. 

For further particulars write. 

H^Ers. T7\7\ :E3:erLr37\ 

Organist, Choir Leader, and Director, Teacher 
of Piano and Singing. 

Highest references from New York, Rochester, etc. Miuic 
furnished for receptions, entertainments, etc. 
For terms and particulars call or address 

30 FRENCH BROAD AVENUE. 



ASHEVILLE 

♦ ♦C*t^ 2)irector^. 



FOR 



1896-1897 

Containing an Alphabetical List of Business Firms and Private 

Citizens. A Directory of the City and County Officers, 

Churches, Public and Private Schools, Benevolent, 

Secret and other Societies and Associations. 



AN EXHAUSTIVE HISTORY OF THE CITY, 

A COMPLETE CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

And a Thorough Street Guide of the City. 



TTOLiTTas/GE I. 



J. S. McILWAINE, Publisher. 



ATLANTA, GA.: 
The Franklin Printing and Publishing Co. 
Geo. W. Harrison, State Printer, Manager. 
1896. 



Kuiered according to Act of Congress, in the year 189b, by J. S. Mcllwaine, at Washington, 
D. C, in the office of the Librarian of Congress. 



INTRODUCTION. 



The publisher of this Directory has used great care in 
its compilation, keeping in view the value of thoroughness 
and accuracy, and every effort has been made to issue a 
reliable Directory. The difficulty of such work in Asheville 
will be appreciated when it is remembered that, practically 
speaking, "new ground" had to be worked. 

A street directorv, even under favorable circumstances, 
is necessarily imperfect, but in the case of Asheville's many 
crooked streets, some of which are laid off with an irregu- 
laris that surpasses the biblical street sarcastically called 
"straight," it is impossible to claim absolute accuracy. Nor 
should it be forgotten that very many of the houses are 
either incorrectly numbered or not numbered at all. The 
names of the residents include all over 16 years old except 
matrons, and precaution has been taken to rigidly exclude 
those who are not strictly bona fide residents within the city 
limits. Separate alphabetical lists of names are given of 
Biltmore, Victoria, West Asheville, Montford, and Woolsey. 

The census given is as accurate as conscientious care 
could make it. Had temporary residents who are here for 
six and twelve months at a time, been counted, the total pop- 
ulation would be much larger. The floating population of 
Asheville is very large. The census shows that Asheville 
has a population of 12,832. Including the suburbs the 
figures stand at 14,933, an( I including the floating popula- 
tion, which is usually counted in such a census, the figure 
would be about 2,000 more. 

The History of Asheville and Vicinity, the miscellaneous 
information concerning the State and city government, 
societies, etc., and the general statistics were compiled by 
Prof. J. D. Eggleston, of thiscit y. In this work, also, there 
was practically a new field to be worked, and the author 
believes that in future directories of Asheville the rough 
outline given may prove of value chiefly as a nucleus for 
superior work along this line. 

Finally, the publisher tenders his sincere thanks to the 
citizens of Asheville who have, by advice and substantial 
interest, made this work possible ; to The Citizen, Gazette and 
other papers for their constant encouragement and aid ; and 
to J. E. Rankin, cashier of Battery Park Bank, whose in- 
terest in all that makes for the good of the city is unfailing. 
The generosity of the city is also duly appreciated for sub- 
scribing to six directories. 

J. S. McIlwaine, 

September 15, 1896. Publisher. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



page 

Alphabetical List 157 

Assessed Wealth 70 

Banks 77 

Biltmore 395 

Blocks and Buildings 78 

Business Directory 363 

Cemetery 10 

Charitable Institutions 79 

Churches 79 

City Government 69 

Clubs 83 

Coal Companies 82 

Corporate Limits and Ward Boundaries 71 

County Officers 68 

Court Calendar 68 

Fire Department 76 

History and Vicinity 23 

Index to Advertisers 19 

Indebtedness 71 

Infirmaries and Hospitals 79 

Judiciary 56 

Library 82 

Local Charities 43 

Military 48 

Miscellaneous and Statistical 56 

Montford 396 

Newspapers 82 

Notaries Public 83 

Points of Interest 86 

Police Department 74 

Post-Office Department . 74 

Post-Offices of North Carolina . . 57 

Private Schools 75 

Public Schools 75 

Railroads 51 

Rates and Distances 88 

Secret Societies 83 

State Officers 56 

Street Directory 101 

Street Lighting 77 

Superior Courts 69 

Supreme Court 69 

Too Lates, Changes, Etc 22 

U. S. District & Circuit Courts 68 

U. S. Government 56 

Victoria 396 

West Asheville 397 

Woolsey 

Y. M. C. A 86 



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Index to flduepfisements. 



Page 

Acme Wine and Liquor House front paster 

Alexander J M front face 

Allen WE center lines and 1 1 

Amiss J Taylor 405 

Arcadia Hotel opp 22 

Asheville Advertising Agency . right center lines and corner cards 

Asheville Daily Citizen 1 

Asheville Daily Gazette 2 

Asheville Drayage Co 408 

Asheville Foundry and Machine Shop . . . right top corner cards 

Asheville Ice and Coal Co front cover 

Asheville Printing Co 4 

Asheville Steam Laundry left bottom margins 

Asheville Supply and Foundry Co left top corner cards 

Baltimore Clothing and Shoe House bottom end 

Battery Park Bank back paster 

Beaver & Evans right side lines 

Bender George 14 

Berkeley Hotel 5 

Blair W A left side lines 

Bonair, The 13 

Bonanza Wine and Liquor Co, The 147 

Bon Marche 156 

Boyce W A fly "B 1 ' 

Branch Mrs T W 8 

Brexton,The 150 

Broughton Dr L J 357 

Brown & Atkins 358 

Brown Charles L 361 

Brown Wiley B 150 

Brown W L . . 362 

Buncombe Brick Co fly "A" 

Butler T C & Son 362 

Calkrell Mrs A V 405 

Camp F B Mr and Mrs 13 

Carolina Coal Co centre lines and 155 

Chappell J W 355 

Club Wine and Liquor House, The . . . . , backbone and 153 

Coffin E 405 

Cole Miss Alta M 12 

Cortland S C 1 in class 

Cosby B H back cover 

Cowan PL right side lines 

Dickson Isaac 358 

Doster Henry 362 

Drake Mrs Leah I 10 

Everett House 152 

Everhart P E 404 

Falk C left bottom margins 

Fain N W 12 



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Page 

Farinholt LA left bottom margins and top end 

Field AM back cover 

Fitzpatrick T W 14 

Flack W M 358 

Foster F S 357 

Franklin Printing and Publishing Co 407 

Freeman Mrs LE 10 

Freidenburg H & Co 406 

French Bakery 404 

Fullam Miss Fannie 403 

Fullam JS 357 

Grafton F W 404 

Grant HF 155 

Graves Mrs A 403 

Gwyn W B right bottom corner cards 

Hall ES 406 

Hall JME 356 

Hamrick & Bro 1 in class 

Hare T R & Co 357 

Haskell H S . . . 360 

Henry Miss ME 16 

Hildebrand D S 152 

Hill W M & Co left center lines and n 

Hotel Berkeley 5 

Hunt EL 1 inch business class 

Idlevvild Floral Co right bot cor cards and 12 

Jackson Frank 14 

Johnson Mrs LA 10 

Jones A V & Co .... 14 

Jones Wm M 151 

Justice WD 404 

Lambert W H back paster 

Lange J J . . right top corner cards 

Leatherwood Thos L left side lines 

Lee Mrs J A 9 

Lee Neil 1 inch business class 

Levy M fly "A' 1 

McFee & Jones left side lines 

McPherson & Clark left bot cor cards 

May & Miller right side lines 

Melton Allen L 406 

Michalov Bros 357 

Mitchell F E back cover 

Model Steam Laundry . . . begin each letter in alphabetical list 

Moody C E right bot cor cards 

Moore M V back cover 

Morgan J N &Co 359 

O'Connor Mrs Annie 357 

O'Donnell Frank right bot margins 

Orr E M 9 

Owens W E & Co 361 

Ownbey R L & Co 359 

Palais Royal 9 

Pearson Henry P left top cor cards 



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Page 

Postell W J 357 

Pulliam Mrs Katie 355 

Ray Mrs A C 8 

Ray C F right bot cor cards 

Ray Mrs H B left bot cor cards 

Raysor C A front cover and 15 

Redwood H & Co right bot margins 

Reese C A 360 

Roberts WO left bottom corner cards 

Rogers H Taylor right center lines and 5 

Roundy W N left top corner cards 

Rnmbough J C right bottom corner cards 

Rutledge. Patterson, Webb & Co right side lines 

Sanders J M 355 

Schartle J W 361 

Scott HT right side lines 

Sevier J V 403 

Skyland News, The 3 

Smathers Dr Wexler 15 

Smith R S left side lines 

Smith White G top margins and 148 

Southern Business College 149 

Southern Railway Co 6, 7 

Starnes J P & W B 361 

Stevenson A F 358 

Stikeleather C W 408 

Terry Mrs S 13 

Trifield A 408 

VanGilder Mrs T I 15 

Wallace J C left top corner cards 

Walton FA 359 

Westall JM 15 

Westall W H 360 

Whitehead & Britt 359 

Whitlock Clothing House, The backbone and 154 

Williamson W B & Co front cover and 153 

Wills Arthur J right side lines 

Wyeth John & Bro 151 

Zbinden Clement 355 

Zimmerman F 360 



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Too Lates," Changes, Etc, 



Bender John, bds 355 Haywood 

Bluthenthal Mrs, r 24 Grove 

Bynum J T, r cor East and Seney 

Clark Win H, carrier P O, r 25 Holland 
" Mrs Minnie, r 25 Holland 

Evans Mrs W J, boarding, 87 Bailey 
" Miss Minnie L, r 87 Bailey 
" Harold C, dentist, bds 87 Bailey 

Garrison F W, bds 25 Holland 

Nail Miss E, r 53 N Main 



ARTHU R J, W I LLS, 

Designs for Public Buildings. Churches, Theaters, &c, 
a specialty. 

32 and 34 Patton Avenue, ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 
VISITORS TO ASHEVILLE WILL FIND 

A PLEASANT LOCATION AT 



Mrso To Wo Braeche' 



d-^p 



STiLBlTES ^^^^EiTTJE. 



1 
Location healthful and scenic. 



A 



House fitted with modern conveniences. 
TERMS REHSONHBLE. 

RCADIA HOTEL, 



Proprietress. 

© 26 1 . SOUTH MAIN STREET.- 



Convenient for business men. On car line. 

—TERMS REASONABLE. 



ASHEVILLE AND VICINITY. 

(PROF. J. I). EGGLESTON.) 




[" It is a noble region, in which Nature has uplifted her mighty 
monuments, aud with a setting of rare loveliness."] 



SCENE ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



[For assistance in compiling this sketch the writer is deeply indebted 
to the very valuable articles in the Woman's Edition of The Citizen, 
November, 1895, by Misses Fanny L. Patton, i^nna C. Aston, and others ; 
to D. K. Bennett's Chronology of North Carolina; to " Asheville, 
Where It Is," etc., and to various other articles, pamphlets, and friends.] 



Buncombe county, named in honor of Colonel Edward Buncombe, of 
Revolutionary fame, was set off by act of the General Assembly as a 
separate county in 1791. The "Old State of Buncombe," as it was 
known for years, then included the present county of the name, with 
Haywood (cut off in 1808), Macon (1828), Yancey (in part 1833), 
Henderson (1838), Cherokee (1839), Madison (1850), Clay, Swain, 



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Asheville City Directory — Historical. 




Graham, and part of Transylvania. In 1795 the boundary line between 
Buncombe and Tennessee was made. Robert Henry, who was the 
teacher of the first school in Buncombe, was one of the surveyors. The 
present area of the county is about 400 square miles. 

Well-founded tradition relates that the location of the county seat of 
Buncombe was at first a difficult question to decide, the present site being 
finally chosen on account of the " royal" treatment given the authorities 
by a saloonkeeper, whose establishment was located on what is now South 

Main, near the city limits. 
The county seat was created 
in 1794, and was given the 
name of Morris, which was 
the next year changed to 
Morristown, and shortly 
afterwards to Asheville, in 
honor of Governor Samuel 
A s h e, of Revolutionary 
fame, who in 1795 was 
elected Governor of the 
State. 

The first county court is 
said to have been held at 
the house of William David. 
son at the Gum Spring, now 
on the Vanderbilt estate, 
David Vance being the first 
clerk of the court. 

Of the early settlers of 
Asheville and vicinity only 
brief mention can be made 
of some. William Mills, 
born on James River, Vir- 
ginia, emigrated to the Block 
House on the Catawba, then 
to Green River in 176(3. Mills' Gap, said to be the first wagon road 
across the Blue ridge, and Mills' river were named for him. He is said 
to have named Bearwallow, Ball Top, Sugar Loaf, Lookout, and many 
other adjacent mountains. 

Many thrilling adventures are related of him in connection with the 
Indians, as also of Colonel Daniel Smith, who settled at the mouth of 
the Swaunanoa in 1785. i^mith is said to have killed more than one 
hundred Indians. His son, James McC. Smith, was the first white child 




[" There are, here and there, 
instance,' Whiteside 



stupendous precipices, as, for 
and ' Cffiaar's Head.' "] 



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born west of the Blue Ridge in the limits of North Carolina. James 
Smith married a daughter of Colonel John Pattou, settled at Asheville, 
and merchandised and farmed until his death in 1856. John Pattou, 
father of Montraville Pattou, settled in 1790, making his first clearing on 
the Swannanoa, near " Patton's Mills." He was the first county surveyor 
of Buncombe, and held the position for many years. 

Zebulon Baird, the grandfather of General R. B. and Senator Z. B. 
Vance, came to the county in 1793, with Beadon Baird, in the first four- 
wheeled wagon ever seen in the county. He built the first store- house, 
court-house, and jail on the present site of Asheville, and represented 
Buncombe county in both branches of the Legislature. The Messrs. Baird 
engaged in merchandising, and imported the first " jewsharps" to the 
county, and these became dangerous rivals to the gourd fiddles and corn- 
stalk bows then in vogue. 




James Pattou, born in County Deny, Ireland, iu 1756, came to Amer- 
ica in 1783, to Buncombe in 1792, and to Asheville in 1814, where he 
built the first frame house erected in the place, at the corner of South 
Main and Eagle streets. The house was afterwards enlarged and became 
the once famous Eagle Hotel. Mr. Patton was a man of great industry, 
thrift, and probity, and accumulated a large fortune. In 1791 he en- 
tered into a partnership with Andrew Erwin, and after twenty years 
of partnership they are said to have dissolved and made settlement of 
a large estate in one day ! 

The first wagon road through the western section was constructed in 
1790. It crossed the gap at the present long tunnel of the Southern 
Railway, came down the valley to where Biltmore is now situated, thence 
through what are now Valley, Oak, and Charlotte streets, out by Deake's 
Greenhouse, where it struck across to the Beaver Dam road, thence to 
Reems creek down the French Broad. 

In 1800 a turnpike road was chartered to run from Paint Rock to Green- 



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,-ille, S. C, by Saluda Gap. This was completed in XS28 and became 
a great thoroughfare. About 1805 a post route was established on the 
recently constructed road through Buncombe, and the post-office at Ashe- 
ville, in 1806 was made the distributing office for Georgia, Tennessee, 
and the two Carolinas. George Swain, who came to Asheville in the 
winter of 1795-6 from Georgia, took charge of the office in the autumn 
of 1806, his commission, however, bearing date January 1, 1807. He 
was the second postmaster of Asheville, and it is said that during a pe- 
riod of twenty years he was never absent on the arrival of a mail, and 
that every letter was distributed with his own hand. He was the father 
of David L. Swain, who was born on Beaver Dam in 1801, and was 
prepared for college at Newton Academy. David Swain was the first 
boy west of the Ridge to enter the State University, where he remained 
only three weeks, on account of lack of funds. He read law under 
Chief Justice Taylor, of North Carolina; represented Buncombe county 
in 1824-5-6 ; was Solicitor of Edenton Circuit in 1827 ; returned to the 
House in 1828-9 ;- was Judge of the Supreme Court in 1831-2; was 
Governor in 1833-4-5 ; and was President of the State University for 
more than twenty-five years. He was also a member of the Board of 
Public Improvements, and is justly classed as one of the greatest and 
ablest of North Carolina's sons. 

Colonel Andrew Erwin, who has been mentioned in connection with 
James Patton, came to Asheville in 1803, and succeeded to the business 
of Jeremiah Cleveland, merchant and innkeeper. At this time Asheville 
consisted of less than a dozen log houses. D. K. Bennett, in his Chro- 
nology of North Carolina, published in 1858, says of Colonel Erwin : 
"He was a man of extraordinary energy and enterprise, and great 
strength of mind," and " may be justly considered the incipient founder 
of Asheville. ... He was the first postmaster, and throughout the 
entire period of his citizenship foremost in every effort for the improve- 
ment of the town and county." 

The Rev. George Newton, the first Presbyterian minister who settled 
on the west side of the Blue Ridge, is believed to have been the founder 
and first pastor of the three churches of Swannanoa, Asheville and Reems 
Creek, previous to 1797. In the early part of 1797 he moved to the 
spot about one mile south of Asheville, now on the road to Biltmore, where 
a frame building was erected for him. A short distance south of this a 
log house, known as Union Academy, stood, from 1797 to about 1809. 
This was demolished, and in the autumn of 1810 a brick building took 
its place. By act of the General Assembly the name of the school was 
changed to Newton Academy, and here Mr. Newton taught a classical 
school from 1797 to 1814. The school was a famous one throughout the 



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western section. Lack of space forbids an extended mention of Rev. 
Samuel Edney, a consecrated man of God, who, with Jonathan Bird, 
was sent by the Methodists to what was then called the Black Mountain 
Circuit, including all the western part of the State and a portion of 
Tennessee — the "far West" in 1792. For a number of years he 
preached monthly at Newton Academy, and the first campmeeting ever 
held in the county was on his possessions. Finding that he was unable 
to govern a number of slaves which he inherited aud raised, he parted 
with them. Once while preaching the funeral sermon of one of a large 
family named Stepp, he unintentionally gave great offense to the family 
by exclaiming: "Yes! and after all these warnings from God, you will 
go on, step by step, till you all go down to hell!" Rev. James Askew, 
born in 1778, was an early settler on Spring Creek, and was one of the 
pioneer Methodist ministers for a long period. He died in 1852. 

Rev. Humphrey Posey, a pioneer Baptist in the western section, was 
noted for his great originality and mental force. Among others, who 
made this section rich in strong deeds and by their " walk and conversa- 
tion," may be mentioned General Philip Brittain, who suggested the 
name for Henderson county ; Colonel John Clayton, James Johnson, the 
Revolutionary soldier and man of God ; Colonel J. Barnett, Colonel 
Ben. Davidson, Captain Thomas Foster, Colonel James M. Alexander, 
Colonel James M. Lowry, James Gudger, George Jones, John Woodfin, 
Colonel John Miller, and the original and hardy Captain Thomas Case; 
while, in addition to these, such names as Baird, Weaver, Whitson, 
Brevard, Vance, Blackstock, and many others have left an indelible 
impress by the industry, enterprise and sturdy character of themselves 
and their descendants. 

The opening of the roads already mentioned gave a tremendous im- 
petus to trade, and Asheville, being also the distributing point for mails, 
became a trading post of considerable importance. In those early days 
in the "woods," hardy courage, shrewd business ability, thrift, and 
sturdy self-reliance were needed for worldly success, and these qualities 
were not lacking in the pioneer traders of Asheville. James Patton, 
J. McC. Smith, and Andrew Erwin have already been mentioned. To 
these may be added Jeremiah Cleveland, George Jones, William R. Smith, 
James W. Patton, Montraville Paiton, J. T. Poor, Samuel and Alfred 
Chunn, W. D. Rankin and others, who in succeeding years traded with 
the surrounding country ; and trade was lively — the pioneers, when 
not fighting Indians, had an eye to the main chance and exchanged 
wares for valuable furs and skins. As the country settled up, the prod- 
ucts of the farm were exchanged for the various articles kept in the 
"general stores" of the day. Colonel A. T. Davidson relates that in 



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1832 his father sent him to Asheville from Haywood county to exchange 
beeswax and other products for clover seed, and this was the first clover 
ever planted in Haywood ; and James M. Eduey, in the Asheville 
Messenger, of 1850, says, in an article on Hot Springs : "On our way 
down we met 373 head of Kentucky cattle in one drove ; and at the 
Springs saw in another drove 400 ducks." 

From 1803 to 1814 the number of buildings in Asheville nearly 
doubled. The town was incorporated in 1833; still there were less than 
a score of houses in 1844, and all these were on or near Main street. It 
was at the old Buck Hotel that Colonel Davidson, then a mere lad, 
stopped. A famous hostelry it was in those days and for many years, 
and is still standing at the northeast corner of North Main aud College 
streets. In 1844 there was no building on the east side of Main street 
between the old Buck and Woodfin street, and only a small building on 
the Woodfin place. Where the old Carolina House now stands, was a 
blacksmith's shop owned by Mr. Peter Stradley, who lived in a house 
back of the shop. 

Before the 40's John Dickson, D.D., M.D., conducted a young ladies' 
seminary in the Johnston House, corner of Church street and Pattou 
avenue, which was torn down in 1895, to make way for the Drhumor 
Block. In this school Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman in America 
ever granted a medical diploma, taught. It seems a curious coincidence 
that just fifty years later the first female physician to practice in Ashe- 
ville began her duties with her office within a few yards of that old brick 
building. The Dickson School was successfully conducted for many 
years and took high rank as an institution of learning. 

The only building in 1844 on College street was one on the Davidson 
place, while the only one east of the Woodfin House was a Methodist 
parsonage. The land northeast of the court-house was used as a parade 
ground for the militia. On South Main there was a frame store build- 
ing owned by Moutraville Patton, and the building on the northeast 
corner of Eagle and Main streets was occupied by Dr. Hardy. 

Part of the Eagle Hotel, which was the first three-story building 
erected in Buncombe county, was then standing. Where Powell & 
Snider's store now stands, A. B. Chunn had a house. Battery Park Hill, 
then known as Battery Porter, was at that time "in the country," and 
as late as 1872 the boys of the village were accustomed to shoot squir- 
rels there. In addition to the schools already mentioned, Colonel Lee's 
school for boys was a noted one, and many of the best citizens of the 
Carolinas were educated by him. Colonel Lee came from South Caro- 
lina and opened his school in a large brick house built by himself. This 
was situated on the Swauuanoa and was known as The Lodge, which 



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afterwards became the hospitable summer home of Mr. William Patton. 
Colonel Lee moved from The Lodge to Chuun's Cove in 1847, and there 
continued his school until the beginning of the war between the States, 
when, with eight sons and many of his pupils, he enlisted on the South- 
ern side. Another school which has passed away was one where girls- 
were taught by Mrs. Morrison and Miss Cozzins, and was situated on 
Haywood street, where W. H. Penland's home now stands. 

It is well said that the character of a town is judged by its churches. 
Of the four great Protestant bodies, the Presbyterians were the first to 
occupy Asheville. James Patton, who has already been frequently men- 
tioned and without a reference to whose public-spirited liberality a his- 
tory of Asheville would be incomplete, united with Samuel Chunn in 
donating a beautiful plat of ground covered with splendid oaks, where 
the first church, a brick building, was erected. It occupied the present 
spot of the First Presbyterian Church. The Methodists first occupied a 
schoolhouse, which was situated on the site of the present Methodist 
Episcopal Church, South. This was replaced by a large frame building, 
and this by the present brick building. The Episcopalians had at first 
only occasional services by travelling clergymen. In 1847 Rev. James 
Buxton came as rector, and, by faithful service extending over a period 
of more than forty years, established for himself a warm place in the 
hearts of the people. The property now owned by Trinity Parish was 
donated by James W. Patton and a brick church was built in 1849. 
This was replaced by the larger church now standing on the same spot. 

To the unshaken determination of the Rev. Thomas Stradley, who for 
many years was almost the only Baptist in this neighborhood, that de- 
nomination is indebted in large measure for the establishment of a 
church and congregation. The First Baptist Church, now occupying the 
old Vance property, where Zeb Vance first opened his law office, repre- 
sents, with several other churches in the city, the outcome of Mr. Strad- 
ley's untiring devotion. 

From eighteen houses in 1844, Asheville grew, by 1870, to a town of 
1,500 people. By 1880 the population had grown to 2,610. The 
Western North Carolina Railroad came in 1880, and since that time 
Asheville has increased, until to-day the people within her borders num- 
ber 12,832. The advent of the railroad, however, did not mark the 
beginning of Asheville's reputation as a leading resort both for health- 
seekers and for those who wished to escape the depressing heat of sum- 
mer. For considerably more than half a century, wealthy planters and 
others from the South have come here to enjoy the enchanting scenery, 
the cool summers, and the life-giving air. E. J. Aston, Esq., gave a 
great impetus to Northern travel to Asheville by publishing a pamphlet 



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on the climate, scenery, agricultural re- 
sources, aud mineral wealth of Western 
North Carolina. However much others 
may have labored for the upbuilding of 
the city, no one will dispute that E. J. 
Aston's untiring persistence in advertis- 
ing Asheville and vicinity, his sturdy 
devotion to her interests, and his splendid 
example as a noble and upright citizen, 
should forever enshrine him in the affec- 
tions and memory of our people. 

/'Christian Reid, in her charming de- 
scriptive novel, "The Land of the Sky," 
written many years before the railroad 
added to Asheville's 'advantages, says of 
the place : "It was less a town than a 
collection of country seats, scattered ir- 
regularly and picturesquely over innu- 
merable hills.!' jAnd again she adds that 

^ there was an alTseuce of " the stagnation 
and depressing village air one knows so 
well." Space forbids lingering too long 



['• A succession of interesting views, changing « iih every mile and every turn of tlie road."] 
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over the period from 1840 to 1860, a period of peace and prosperity, 
of unlimited hospitality, of culture and refinement of the kind that 
did not weaken character. Of modern push and progress there 
was none ; neither was there poverty. With as brief a mention as 
possible of that period the reader must be content. To speak of the 
" natives" of that period as if they were fit subjects for a dime museum, and 
to regard a squalid cabin as the type of their mountain home, is to show 
an ignorance that is ludicrous. The same may be said of those who 




f" So tortuous has been the ascent that from one point the track may 
be seen below on fourteen different grades."] 

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speak similarly of the people and houses of to-day, though both suffered 
sadly in the late war, and it has taken time to rebuild their desolated 
homes and hopes. The names of the early settlers of Western North 
Caroliua attest, no less strongly than the records show, the large element 
of Scotch-Irish which settled in our mountains, and whose descendants 
to-day are worthy sons of a stock than which there is no more brave, 
sturdy, and upright in all that goes to make good citizens. A "home- 



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keeping" people, content with a sufficiency, they have the same spirit of 
their ancestors, who, with Sevier, Boone, and others opened the West 
for settlement in the face of immense dangers and discouragements, and 
despite the whimperings of the East. Direct descendants of those whose 
intense energy helped to blaze the way for and make possible the control 
of the Mississippi river and the trans-Mississippi territory, there is in 
this people a sturdy Americanism, unmixed with foreign elements. 

Of some of the Asheville homes of the "long ago" brief mention may 
be made. To the south was Swannanoa Hill, now the residence of Major 
Breese, where lived the popular and able Dr. Hardy in princely style, 
surrounded by all the beauty that nature, adorned and unadorned, could 
give. Farther north and opposite to this was the residence of Dr. John 
Dickson, who lived on and improved the property now owned by Mr. 
James M. Campbell. Nearer to Asheville was Belleview, inherited by 
Mrs. Joshua Roberts, daughter of one of Buncombe's first settlers. 
This was afterwards purchased by Dr. Hardy. On a neighboring hill 
lived Dr. Tennant in the house now known as Mountain Cottage. Be- 
tween Belleview and Swannanoa Hill lived Dr. Foster in the then hand- 
some retreat, now known as the Baird property. Nearer the center of 
the town stood the beautiful Patton home. The beautiful home now 
owned by Dr. Burroughs was formerly part of the AVoodfin estate, and 
was famous for its luxurious surroundings and the hospitality dispensed. 
The Rankin homestead and Mr. John Woodfin's, now the Fagg property, 
deserve more than passing mention. On College street stood the Morri- 
son home and the old Vance property, the latter now occupied by the 
First Baptist Church. On Church street were the Buxton, Aston, and 
Johnston homes. In the western section were the homes of Philetus 
and Joshua Roberts. The Ravenscroft Building and Asheville Female 
College, the latter including on its grounds a part of the present Oaks 
Hotel as a boarding hall, have their places in these records of former 
days. The old McDowell place (now Mr. Garrett's), Antler Hall, The 
Rest, Azalea, and Murphy's should not be omitted. The Eagle Hotel 
has already been mentioned — a great resort in its day. Deaver's Springs, 
now White Sulphur, five miles from town ; the Warm Springs, which 
have since become Hot; and Alexander's, were widely popular. The 
Asheville Messenger of 1850 has a very interesting article by James M. 
Edney on Warm Springs, Paint Rock, and The Chimneys. An idea of 
the popularity of the Springs at that time and earlier may be gained from 
a quotation from the article mentioned: "... In 1831 they be- 
came the property of James Patton, and have been used, owned, and 
occupied by James W. and John E. Patton, his sons, ever since. These 
gentlemen have greatly improved and popularized them. The present 



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building is a most beautiful one ; 230 feet long, two stories high, with a 
piazza fronting the river, studded with thirteen massive columns, twenty 
feet in height. The dining-room is 40 by 80 feet ; the bar, ball, and 
dancing-rooms are all airy, spacious and comfortable. In addition to 
this, there are six other small brick buildings for families and single gen- 
tlemen, all beautifully situated on a level surface or green lawn, in a 
fine grove of locust and other forest trees, set out by the proprietors- 




["The ride from Asheville to the Hot Springs, along the valley of the beautiful and historic 
French Broad river, is the most picturesque iu America."] 

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The establishment accommodates comfortably 250 persons, and 240 can 
be seated at the dining tables at one time. The improvements were 
made at great expense, and the main building, with a stable 60 by 160 
feet, were burned clown September 18, 1838 ; but, by great efforts, were 
reopened July 1, 1839." In the Messenger of 1851, by the same writer, 
is an interesting article descriptive of an ascent of Black Mountain. In 



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the article the writer states that he arid A. S. Merrimon climbed the two 
highest balsams ou top of the mountain and gave three cheers each, in 
succession, "for the United States, Millard Fillmore and William A. 
Graham, the Old North State, Professor Mitchell, Mountain Boys, and 
Buncombe Lassies." 

A history of Asheville and Buncombe would be incomplete without a 
mention of Colonel David Coleman, a gentleman of great learning aud 
legal ability. So, too, of Nicholas W. Woodfin, with his caustic wit but 
generous heart, who in his day was regarded as the ablest lawyer at the 
Asheville bar and one of the greatest criminal lawyers that North Car- 
olina has produced. He was a member of the convention of May, 1861, 
which passed the ordinance of secession. 

Zeb Vance, legislator, Governor, Representative, and Senator, the 
great commoner, the idol of North Carolina, the pride of Buncombe, needs 
no commendation or mention that could make him better known or better 
loved. 

Dr. J. G. Hardy and Dr. W. L. Hilliard must be mentioned, the two 
physicians who for so many years displayed their splendid abilities and 
were held by the entire community in so high aud affectionate esteem. 

An extended history of Asheville and vicinity during the war period, 
though richly deserved, cannot be made in the limits of a short sketch. 
On April 12, 1861, the Buncombe Riflemen left Asheville for Raleigh, 
and reached there in time to form part of the first regiment under Colonel 
D. H. Hill, and were on their way to Virginia before the act of secession 
was passed. The company consisted of about one hundred men, with 
W. W. McDowell as captain ; W. M. Hardy, James A. Patton and G. H. 
Gregory as lieutenants. They took part in the first battle of the war, the 
battle of Bethel, on June 10, 1861. When their time of enlistment, 
six months, expired, members of the company quickly enlisted in other 
regiments. Some of them, under Captain J. M. Young, joined the 
11th Regiment, and were afterwards almost completely destroyed at 
Gettysburg. 

The second company from Buncombe was the Rough and Ready 
Guards, which left Asheville May 3, 1861, officered by Z. B. Vance, 
captain ; P. W. Roberts, J. M. Gudger and S. S. Brown, lieutenants. 
On a reorganization of the company at a later period, Captain Vance 
became colonel of the 26th Regiment ; P. W. Roberts of the 14th ; J. M. 
Gudger captain of the Rough and Readys ; Frank M. Haney, Thomas D. 
Johnston, George W. Murray, lieutenants. The first Buncombe boy killed 
during the war was Willie Hardy, son of Dr. J. F. E. Hardy. He was 
shot dead at First Manassas while carrying dispatches across the field, 
and his body now lies a little north of the Asheville Library Building. 



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Of the last years of the war the less said the better. A mention of 
the atrocious deeds of deserters from both armies would only reopen 
wounds scarcely yet healed. 

It remains now to speak of Asheville of to-day, which dates from the 
advent of the railroad in 1880. Of the great impetus given to travel to 
this section by lueaus of the advertising done by E. J. Aston, mentiou 
has already been made. This, with the railroads, was influential in ad- 
vertising the advantages of Asheville and Western North Carolina to out- 




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siders from all over this country, Canada, and parts of Europe. With 
her miles of paved streets, her four banks (two National), her churches, 
her fine system of public schools, her well equipped private schools, her 
business college, the elegant hotels which can easily accommodate from 
1,200 to 1,500 people, the miles of street railways, the morning and 
afternoon daily papers, the Library, the Opera House (the finest in the 
State), the water-works and sewer system, the electric and gas lighting, 
the telephone exchange, the fire department, the associations and clubs 
of various names and kinds, the factories, the splendid business houses, 



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the Federal Building, the City Hall, with its hue market accommodations, 
Asheville takes rank at once as a city which for push and pluck is not 
anywhere surpassed. For its size, the city is perhaps the most cosmopol- 
itan in the United States. This is not surprising to those who meet here 
people from every point of the compass. Stagnation in such an atmos 
phere is impossible. 

It is not the intention of the historian to boom the city, but simply to 
relate facts as they exist. The fact that in the last year upward of 




$400,000 worth of business blocks and residences have been erected, is 
an index that Asheville is not asleep even in the day when " hard times " 
are cried. It is a matter of astonishment to visitors to note how many 
of the people, who come to Asheville for a short visit, decide to remain 
permanently. The result of this decision is seen in the neat, and often 
elegant, homes which are being constructed in all parts of the city at all 
times of the year. Of the climatic advantages of this section one need 
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Topography. 

The city nestles in the mountains on an elevated broken plateau 250 
feet above the French Broad river, and is protected by a range of moun- 
tains on the east. The plateau forms an undulating surface of about 
two miles from east to west, and of unlimited extent north and south. 
The mean elevation above the sea level is 2,389 feet. 

Churches. 

The churches of Asheville include the Baptist, the Methodist Episco- 
pal, South; the Presbyterian, Episcopal, Methodist Episcopal, Christian, 
Roman Catholic, Jewish, Lutheran, and Unitarian. The names and 
locations of each will be found in the Directory proper. 

Schools— Public. 

The city of Asheville was made a special school district in 1887/ A 
tax of sixteen and two-thirds cents on each hundred dollars of listed 
property, and fifty cents on each poll, was leviedjand the city's public 
school property was turned over to a school committee, which had been 
appointed. / This property consisted of a small wooden house belonging 
to the old colored district, a vacant lot and a small sum of money be- 
longing to the white district. The old military academy on Mpntford 
avenue was purchased and repaired with the colored building. J The 
schools opened in January, 1888, with more than 600 white applicants 
and_300 colored. The building on Orange street was completed by the 
fall of 1888, at a cost of about $11,000. Ten white teachers and one 
colored were added, and 1,200 children were admitted. A tax of thirty 
cents on property and ninety cents on polls was levied to raise $12,000, 
which was badly needed. This was continued the following year ; but 
the rate was afterwards made twenty cents on property and sixty cents 
on polls, the maximum allowed by the amendment passed by the legisla- 
ture of 1889. The legislature of 1891 passed a bill authorizing the City 
Council to issue bonds of the city to the amount of $25,000. This act 
was ratified by an almost unanimous vote of the people. Three hand- 
some brick buildings were erected in the summer of 1892 — the Mont- 
ford, Bailey, and Catholic Hill buildings. Another issue of $25,000 in 
bonds was made, and to-day the city has four handsome brick buildings 
in which to accommodate her children. The school tax received from 
the city is^ about $11,000 and from the county about $5,000, The 
schools (are_free of debt, ute jwell equipped with modern conveniences, 
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There are twenty-seven teachers, twenty-one white and six colored, and 
one superintendent who devotes his entire time to the schools. It has 
always been the policy of the committee to choose teachers according' to 
fitness, regardless of geographical locality or sectarian views ; and 
this wise policy has led to the selection of a fine corps of teachers, who 
keep in touch with every educational move. The enrollment for the 
session of 1895-6 was 1,581. 




Schools— Private. 

One of the oldest institutions of learning in the western portion ot 
the State is the Asheville Female College, which is an outgrowth of the 
Dickson Seminary, already referred to. The present building was 
erected by Dr. James Atkins and the late J. A. Branner, in 1888. The 
school is well equipped with modern conveniences, and has always been 
well patronized. 

The Misses Champion's School for Girls was opened in January, 1886, 
and has been successful from its beginning, owing to the refined culture 
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The Eavenscroft High School for Boys was established in 1850, and 
commands a good patronage. 

There is probably no school in the State more useful than the Home 
Industrial for Girls. This school was given by Dr. L. M. Pease, in 
1887, to the Woman's Executive Committee of the Presbyterian Board 
of Home Missions. The property was then valued at $40,000. The 
name of the school indicates the character of its work, which is very 
thorough. The amount of good that the school has already accomplished 







is incalculable. Miss Florence Stephenson is its efficient manager. Dr. 
Pease is well known as the founder of the Five Points Mission in New 
York. He is correctly regarded as the apostle of industrial educa- 
tion in Western North Carolina. His self-denying and godly life, his 
splendid liberality, his single-hearted devotion to the good of his fellow- 
men, his grand character, should immortalize him in the hearts of 
the people among whom he has lived and labored for many years. 

The Normal and Collegiate Institute, though separate from the Indus- 
trial School, is also owned by the Presbyterian Board. The school is 
well equipped in every particular, and during the last session had 215 
pupils. Dr. Thomas Lawrence is the President of the Institute. 



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Bingham's School, founded in 1793 by the grandfather of Major Robert 
Bingham, the present principal, was, until 1890, located in Orange 
county, North Carolina. The school is situated on a bluff overlooking 
French Broad river, and commands one of the finest views in this 
entire section. The buildings are equipped with every possible conve- 
nience for a military school, and from a sanitary point of view are un- 
surpassed. The instruction is thorough in every way. 

One of the most useful institutions in the city is the Southern Business 
College, under Professor M. M. Lemmond. Thorough training is given 
in a business course, stenography, typewriting, penmanship, etc. 





i" On every side rise hill upon bill and mountain upon mountain, with many a Heaven- 
aspirins? peak among them. "J 



SCENE OX SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



The Skyland Institute, under Professor J. S. Dickey, which is now en- 
tering its third year, is well patronized by the people of the city, and 
affords excellent facilities for instruction for boys]and girls. 

The Asheville Free Kindergarten Association has four kindergarten 
schools in the city, three white and one colored. The association is 
doing great good, and is conducted entirely by private subscription. 
(See Local Charities. ) 

The Asheville Farm School is situated ten "miles east of the city. It 
consists of 420 acres, purchased about three and one-half years ago, at a 
cost of $14,500. Twenty thousand dollars have 'since been expended. 



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The school opened 011 November 2, 1894, with about twenty boys, 
this being all that could be accommodated at that time. Over one hun- 
dred can now be provided for. The school is meant to give the boys a 
thorough elementary education, to teach them all 
kinds of farm work and house work, except cook- 
ing, and to teach carpentering. 

Colored Industrial School. (See Local Charities.) 
Colored Parochial Schools. (See Local Charities.) 

Local Charities. 

Flower Mission. — The Flower Mission, which 
began its modest work in the spring of 1884, 

-^ V:1S organized as 

....—--" ^auxiliary to the 

I State branch of that 

I department of the 

Ijjfcgl" National W. C. T. 

U. ,its primary work 
being confined to 
the sphere which its 
name indicates. An 
extension, however, 
has been made, and 
the original little 
Flower Mission 
baud has grown into 
an associated char- 
i t y organization. 
The central office of 
the Mission is in 
the City Hall. The work is thoroughly and systematically organized. 
The city is divided into districts, and wherever suffering and want 
appear, the Mission sends its representatives. By systematic, but kindly, 
investigation, every case of reported need is looked into, and the abuses 
of beggary are thus avoided. 

Mission Hospital. — The Mission Hospital is an outgrowth of the Flower 
Mission, and had its start in 1885, with the rent of only two rooms as- 
sured. In 1887 the board of managers bought the Hawley place, which, 
with a few alterations, was used as a hospital for five years The work 
grew, and a new building with modern appliances became absolutely nec- 
essary. Through the generous offer of Miss Laura Houghteling, in 1891, 





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["An almost perpendicular wall of mountains, fifteen hundred to two 
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of $1,500 as a contribution to a new building, tbe managers were en- 
abled to start a financial campaign sufficiently successful to justify the 
erection of a new building, which was ready for occupation December 18, 
1892. The hospital still has a debt of $4,000 on it, and is dependent to 
a very large extent on private contributions. Too much praise cannot 
be given the managers and the efficient medical staff for their earnest 
work in the upbuilding of this much needed charity. 

Children's Home. — The Buncombe County Children's Home grew out 
of a conversation between Mr. J. E. Rankin, Chairman of the County 







Com mission ers, and Miss Fanny L. Patton, in November, 1889, when 
the latter had asked for a poor woman and two children admission to the 
almshouse. Mr. Rankin, always ready to assist in every good work and 
to use his strong influence for the growth of the city and county, sug- 
gested an appeal to the commissioners; and at their next meeting, accom- 
panied by Captain J. P. Sawyer, Miss Patton induced them to appoint a 
committee to bring forward plans for the establishment of a home for 
destitute and friendless children until suitable private homes could be 
found for them. Captain J. P. Sawyer, Captain T. W. Patton, 
and J. E Rankin assisted in the presentation of the plans. There 



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was a crying need for such an institution. It was determined by 
the committee to ask for only $600 from the county, and to appeal to 
the generosity of the citizens of Asheville for further aid. The response 
was prompt and hearty. Through the assistance of the managers of the 
Mission Hospital, a portion of the Hospital grounds was obtained free of 
cost for a term of five years. The new home was opened March 11, 
1890, and an act of the legislature, passed in March, 1891, legalized the 
■establishment and maintenance at public expense of such homes in Bun- 
combe county. The home has done a good that cannot be estimated. 
Miss Patton, active in every good work, may well be pleased with the 
result of au idea which has saved so many children from ignorance and 
A'ice and given them a fair opportunity for independent self-support. 

Asheville Reformatory. — The Asheville Reformatory was made an ad- 
junct of" the city prison at the instigation aud under the administration 
of Captain T. W. Pattou, during his mayoralty. A suitable police 
matron was employed by the city, whose duty it is to supervise the women 
prisoners and keep them profitably employed. A large room in the City 
Hall is devoted to this purpose. 

IAndley Training School. — In connection with the Reformatory should 
he mentioned the Liudley Training School, which is situated near Ashe- 
ville. About five years ago Mrs. C. G. Mitchell was deeply impressed 
with the need of a rescue home, and by her influence and the contribu- 
tions of friends in and out of Asheville, the school was built. 

W. C. T. U. — The Asheville W. C. T. U. was organized by Miss Willard 
in 1883, and has been efficiently active since its foundation in all lines 
of chanty work and in enlightening the public mind in regard to the 
evils of intemperance. 

Asheville Free Kindergarten. — The A. F. K. Association was incor- 
porated in 1892, when, through the generosity of Mr. George W. Pack, 
a school building was erected and given the association. The Colored 
Kindergarten was opened in the Colored Young Men's Institute through 
the generosity of Mr. George W. Vanderbilt, when an appeal was made 
to him in the autumn of 1*94. 

S. P. C. A. — The North Carolina Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 
to Animals was organized at Asheville, April 1, 1890, with H. H. Lyons 
as its founder. The society, though a small one, has accomplished much 
good. 

Parochial Schools, Colored — The first organized effort for the education 
•of the colored people through the channels of charity was the parochial 
school of the Episcopal church, opened in 1870 by Miss A. L. Chapman, 
•of Rochester, N. Y., who was succeeded after two years by Rev. Mr. 
Berry. On Eagle street Rev. C. B. Dusenberry, of the Presbyterian 



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church, has a parochial school, and on Valley street, Rev. H. S. McDuffey,. 
of the Protestant Episcopal church, has one. In Victoria a combined 
chapel and schoolhouse was erected about six years ago, through the gen- 
erosity of Mr. Taylor, of Ohio, and a flourishing day school has been 
kept up. 

Industrial School, Colored. — In 1885 Rev. Dr. L. M. Pease erected a 
building for an industrial school on College street, and opened it in the 
autumn of that year. The school was in the next year deeded to the 




HOTEL BERKELEY. 



Woman's Board of Missions of the M. E. Church, and has been in con- 
tinuous successful operation. Additional quarters are now being erected. 
Young Men's Institute. — In 1892 a Mr. Stephens, principal of the col- 
ored graded school, appealed to Mr. George W. Vanderbilt for aid in 
erecting a colored Y. M. C. A. The generous response was the fine and 
substantial building which is fitted up with stores, offices, a large lecture 
hall, a library and reading-room, parlor and school-room, and the office 
of the superintendent. 



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Y. M. C. A. — The Y. M. C. A. was organized in 1889. A gymna- 
sium, lecture-room, parlors, boys' rooms, bath-rooms, and reading rooms 
were opened, and the association has been a powerful factor for good 
since its foundation. A small library is being accumulated and the lead- 
ing reviews and papers are on its tables. 

Fire Department. 

The Asheville Fire Department, though voluntary, is a very efficient 
one, and the promptness, energy, and courage of the members have 
saved the city thousands of dollars. Prior to 1882 the Bucket Brigade 
existed. In that year the city purchased a hook and ladder truck and a 
small hand-truck with two small chemical extinguishers attached. Cap- 
tain J. P. Sawyer was made chief of the department in 1883. On 
August 1, 1894, Hose Co. No. 1 was organized with H. G. Fagg as 
captain. The city then had two reels and 800 feet of hose. In March, 
1890, two auxiliary companies were organized. They were then known 
as the North Asheville and West Asheville companies, and are now 
known as Companies Nos. 1 and 2. From June, 1892, to June, 1893, 
the department was in a disorganized condition, owing to certain differ- 
ences between the company and the city authorities. The chiefs have 
been Captain J. P. Sawyer, George S Powell and J. R. Rich ; Captain 
Sawyer is the present chief. The position was refused by W. F. Ran- 
dolph, who for a number of years was in the department. There are 
now twenty-one members of Hose Company No. 1, four members of 
Company No. 2, five members of Company No. 3, and twelve members 
of the Hook and Ladder. Since 1<S92, with a short exception, L. W. 
Jeanneret has been the able and efficient secretary of the department. 

Asheville Library. 

Asheville Library. — The Asheville Library was organized January 20,. 
1879. A reading circle, which had been in active operation for two 
years, led to the idea of the Library. Probably the most active workers 
in arousing a substantial interest were Misses Anna C. Aston, Fanny L. 
Patton, and Anna Chunn. The Library was not allowed to stand still 
even in location, and was moved from place to place until, through the 
generosity of Captain T. W. Patton and Miss Patton, heirs-at-law, a 
deed was made to the Library Association in November, 1893, whereby 
the plat of land on which the Library building now stands came into its 
possession. The Library consists of about 3,000 volumes. The books 
are taken out by subscription, but the reading-room is free to the public. 



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Asheville Light Infantry. 

The A. L. I. was organized March 4, 1888. Its first captain was 
John H. Barnard ; 1st lieutenant, Ed. Weddin ; 2d lieutenant, R. P. 
Johnston. Its second captain was Duff Merrick ; third, T. M. Kim- 
berly ; fourth, White G. Smith (now major 2d Battalion, 4th Regiment, 
N. C. State Guard). The present captain is T. W. Bookhart ; 1st lieu- 
tenant, R. S. Stewart; 2d lieutenant, A. E. Rankin. The appropria- 
tion was, until changed by the last legislature, $250 per annum, when 
it was reduced to $150, which is used to supply uniforms, etc. The 
company is aided by the city, and consists of between fifty and sixty 
members. 




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Clubs. 

Clubs. — Asheville has for years boasted of fine social clubs. The 
Cosmopolitan and the Carolina held sway during the days of Asheville's 
most rapid growth. The Cosmopolitan was reorganized and became the 
Asheville Club. The Carolina merged into the Asheville, and with its 
elegant quarters in the recently constructed Drhumor Block, the Ashe- 
ville Club will continue in an increased degree to be one of the finest 
social features of the city. The Swannanoa Country Club is a great ad- 
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on Battery Park Hill is excellent in every appointment, while the Hunt- 
ing Lodge, two and a half miles southwest of the city, is a popular resort 
for those members and guests who patronize the chase. 




DRHUMOR BLOCK. 



Newspapers. 

The first newspaper published in Asheville is said to have been the 
Highland Messenger, edited by Rev. M. McAnally. Among the papers 



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which have lived and died are : The Asheville Messenger, The Asheville Spec- 
tator, The Asheville News, The Asheville Democrat. The two leading papers 
to-day are The Daily Citizen, afternoon daily and semi- weekly, and the 
Gazette, morning and weekly. Besides these are The State Register, 
weekly ; State Reporter, weekly ; Shjland News, weekly ; Colored Enter- 
prise, weekly; Epworth News, semi-monthly ; Southern Lutheran, Southern 
Baptist, Tar-Heel Knight and Lyceum, monthly; and Fullers Gleaner, 
occasionally. 




"the oaks hotel." 



Hotels, Railroads, Etc. 

Hotels. — An extended mention of Asheville's hotels is not needed. 
Her accommodations are ample and elegant. In place of the old Buck, 
the Eagle and the Carolina House, have come the Battery Park and 
Kenilworth Inn, both known beyond the States as among the most ele- 
gant hostelries in the entire country, and the Berkeley, the Oakland 
Heights, the Swannanoa, the Oaks, the Asheville, Glen Rock, and 
others, which justly have a large and substantial patronage. The Bat- 
tery Park was opened in 1886, and has constantly undergone extensive 
improvements to keep pace with the increased demand for room. The 
same may be said of Kenilworth Inn, which was opened in 1891. The 
old Grand Central has given place to the modern Berkeley. When it is 
remembered that Asheville accommodates annually about 70,000 vis- 



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itors, it can be seen that her hotels and boarding-honses must have ample 
facilities for guests. 

Railroad*. — "Asheville is now approached by rail from the north via 
Salisbury, N. C, and Morristown, Tenn. ; from the east via Salisbury; 
from the south via Spartanburg, S. C; and from the west and north, 
west via both Murphy, N. C, and Morristown, Tenn." — Asheville, Where 
It Is. 




SCENE ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



Electric Railways. — Asheville has three electric railway systems run- 
ning through every section of the city and into and through the various 
suburbs. One can ride from the Square to the depot, to Lookout moun- 
tain, to Sunset mountain, to the river at the foot of Bingham's Heights, 
and to Victoria and Biltmore. 

Water-Works. — Asheville owns its own water-works, which are five 
miles from the city. The stand-pipe is on Beaumont, and has a capacity 
of 330,000 gallons. The water is obtained from the Swannanoa, which 
unites with the French Broad near the city limits, to the southwest. The 
water-power of the French Broad is estimated at 175,000 horse-power. 

Street lighting. — The city is supplied with nearly 100 lamps for street 
lighting, and electricity is used. Gas and electricity is furnished private 
houses. 

Vanderbilt's Biltmore. 

"With unlimited means, and a whole world to choose from, George 
W. Vanderbilt has selected Asheville as the one place for creating the 
splendid house and lordly park which his architects and engineers are 
now constructing. Frederick Law Olmsted, the landscape architect, 



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who gave New York her Central Park, is directing this far more mag- 
nificent work in Western North Carolina. 

"The house is being built under the direction of the eminent archi- 




tect, the late Richard M. Hunt, and is a chateau of the French Renais- 
sance, 375 feet long and 150 feet wide, modeled after the famous cha- 
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" The Biltmore estate contains 7,917 acres, and the Pink Bed tract of 
Mr. Vanderbilt's hunting preserve contains 1<>, 100 acres. An arbore- 
tum, embracing many miles of winding road, traverses the Biltmore do- 
main, and to complete its planting 6,000,000 plants will be required, 
many of which are now being propagated. The number of plants 
already propagated in the Biltmore nurseries for use on the estate, 
reaches the enormous total of 4,300,000. 

" When this great work is finished the result will be far the finest 
private country residence in the United States, and probably in the 
world." — Asheville, Where It Is. 




Property Valuation. 

1873 — Eeal and personal 8 702,329 

1883 " " " 2,169,004 

1893 " ' " 4,685,372 

1895 " « " 4,820,690 

Of this last amount, $4,765,940 is owned by the white people, and 
854,750 by the colored people. Taxable incomes amount to 855,025, 
the tax being one per cent, on this amount for State and county. The 
rate of tax on valuation is $1.20 for the city (20 cents of this for 
schools) and 90 cents for State and county (18 cents of this for schools). 
Taxes levied for all purposes at last assessment amounted to 8101,784.74. 



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Winyah Sanitarium. 

The Winyah is one of the most noted Sanitariums in this country, 
especially for the treatment of consumption. It is under the manage- 
ment of Dr. Karl Von Kuck, whose reputation as a specialist in the 
treatment of tuberculosis has giYen him a world-wide reputation. Every 
possible facility in treatment is at hand and the large patronage and re- 
markable cures attest the worth of the institution. 







Some Facts and Figures. 

The following table gives the ratio of consumption in several sec- 
tions of the country. The figures indicate the number of deaths from 
this disease in every 1,000 deaths : 

Northern New England (nearly) 250 

Minnesota and California 1 50 

Kentucky and Tennessee 109 

Western North Carolina 30 

— Asheveitte, Where It Is. 

Cemeteries. — The old church cemeteries have long since given way to 
the beautiful Riverside Cemetery, overlooking the French Broad to the 
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Retrospect and Prophecy. 

Such is an outline — necessarily imperfect— of Asheville from its be- 
ginnings in the last century*— Her past is one of industry, thrift, and 
plenty in days of peace ; of bravery and courageous suffering in the 
days of strife. Her present is full of pluck and push, and is secure. 
Her affairs are managed with prudence and ability by the business ele- 
ment of the city, a fact which insures good government. No conceiv- 
able reason exists to mar a rapid and substantial growth for the future. 




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Miscellaneous and Statistical. 



United States Government. 

President — Grover Cleveland, of New York. 
Vice-President — Adlai E. Stevenson, of Illinois. 
.Secretary of State — Kichard Olney, of Massachusetts. 
Secretary of Treasury — John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky. 
Secretary of War — Daniel S. Lamont, of New York. 
Attorney -General — Judson Harmon, of Ohio. 
Postmaster-General— Win. L. Wilson, of West Virginia. 
Secretary of Navy — Hilary A. Herbert, of Alabama. 
Secretary of Interior — D. R. Francis, of Missouri. 
Secretary of Agriculture — J. Sterling Morton, of Nebraska. 
U. S. Internal Revenue Office. — Western Division, 5th District — Fed- 
eral Building, Samuel L. Rogers, Collector. 

State Officers. 

Governor — Elias Carr. 

Lieutenant-Governor — R. A. Doughton. 

Secretary State — C. M. Crooke. 

Auditor — R. M. Furman. 

Treasurer— W. H. Worth. 

Adjutant-General — F. H. Cameron. 

Attorney-General — F. I. Osborne. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. C. Scarborough. 

State Judiciary. 

Supreme Court. — Chief Justice, W. T. Faircloth ; Justices, A. C. 
Avery, Walter Clark, D. M. Furches, W. A. Montgomery. Clerk, 
Thomas S. Kenan. 

Ninth Congressional District. 

Counties : Buncombe, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, 
Jackson, McDowell, Macon, Madison, Mitchell, Polk, Rutherford, Swain, 
Transylvania, Yancey. Representative, Richmond Pearson. 

Post-Offices in North Carolina. 

CORRECTED TO JULY 1ST, 1896, FROM "U. S. POSTAL GUIDE." 

Offices in full-face type are Money-Order offices authorized to issue 
and to pay money-orders. Those maidced with the asterisk (*) are Inter- 
national as well as Domestic money-order offices. Offices indicated by the 
section sign (§) are authorized to issue " limited money-orders," but 
not money-orders, nor to pay " limited money-orders" or money-orders. 
X indicates summer post-offices. By the letters c. h. in parenthesis, thus : 
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POST-OFFICES OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



Aaron Wayne 

Abbottsburg Bladen 

Abb >tts Creek Davidson 

Abells Johnston 

ABERDEEN Moore 

^Abernethy Iredell 

Abi Stanly 

Abshers Wilkes 

Aconite Randolph 

Acresville Beaufort 

Acton Buncombe 

Adams Iredell 

Addie Jackson 

Adelaide Rockingham 

Adley Wilkes 

Adoir Gates 

Adoniram Granville 

Advance Davie 

A (Unity Robeson 

Afton Warren 

Agate Hertford 

Aho Watauga 

ahoskie Hertford 

Ai Person 

Airlie Halifax 

Albans Union 

Albemarle (c. h.) Stanly 

Albertson Duplin 

Alberty Surry 

Albright Alamance 

Alco Montgomery 

Alderman Cumberland 

Alexander Buncombe 

Alexis Gaston 

Alfordsville Robeson 

Algiers Ashe 

Algood Yadkin 

Alleghany Madison 

AUemance Guilford 

Allensville Person 

Allenton Robeson 

Allenton Ferry. ..Montgomery 

allhealing Gaston 

Alliance Pamlico 

Allison Caswell 

Allreds Montgomery 

Alma Robeson 

Almond Swain 

Alpha Rowan 

Alpine Sampson 

Alspaugh Forsyth 

Altamahaw Alamance 

Altamont Mitchell 

Altan Union 

Alto Buncombe 

Amantha Watauga 

Amboy Chowan 

Amelia Allesrhany 

Ames Union 

Amherst Martin 

amity Iredell 

Ammon Bladen 

Anderson Caswell 

Andrews Cherokee 

Angeline Henderson 

Angle Wayne 

Angola Onslow 

Anna Alleghany 

Anneta Hertford 

Ansonville Anson 

Antioch Robeson 

Antler Moore 

Antonia Cumberland 

apex Wake 

Applegrove Ashe 

Appletree Greene 

Applewhite Columbus 

Aquone Macon 

Arapahoe Pamlico 

Arcadia Davidson 

archdale Randolph 



Archer Lodge Johnston 

Areola Warren 

Arcot Sampson 

arden Buncombe 

Argo Nash 

Argyle Cumberland 

Arlington Mecklenburg 

Armfield Iredell 

Armour Columbus 

Armstrong McDowell 

Arnold Davidson 

Arnt Catawba 

Arolina Richmond 

Asbury Montgomery 

Ascend Chatham 

Ash Brunswick 

ashboro (c h.) Randolph 

; asheville (c. It.)... Buncombe 

Ashford McDowell 

Ashhill Surry 

Ashland Caswell 

Ashley Ashe 

Ashpole Robeson 

Ashton Pender 

Askewville Bertie 

Askin Craven 

Aspengrove Rockingham 

Atfa Johnston 

Athens Robeson 

Atblone Yancey 

Atkinson Pender 

Atlantic Carteret 

Atlee Rockingh ira 

Auburn Wake 

Augusta Davie 

aulander Bertie 

Aurelian Springs Halifax 

aurora Beaufort 

Austin Wilkes 

Autryville Sampson 

Averasboro Harnett 

Averys Creek Buncombe 

Avilla Alexander 

Avoca Bertie 

Avon Dare 

Axtell Warren 

Ayden Pitt 

Ayersville Stokes 

Ayr Rutherford 

Bachelor Craven 

Bagdad Davidson 

Bagley Johnston 

Bahama Durham 

Bailey Davie 

Bain Davidson 

Bairds Creek Pamlico 

bakersville (c h.) Mitchell 

Bald Creek Yancey 

Baldwin Ashe 

Balfour Henderson 

Ballentines Mills Wake 

Ballew Cherokee 

Balsam Jackson 

Balsamgrove .... Transylvania 

Bamboo Watauga 

Bandana Mitchell 

Bandy Catawba 

Bangor Wake 

Banks Wake 

Banner Johnston 

Bannermans Pender 

Banners Elk Watauga 

Banton Iredell 

Barclaysville Harnett 

Barium Springs Iredell 

Barker Jackson 

Barnard Madison 

Barnardsville Buncombe 

Barnes Store Wilson 

Barnesville Robeson 

Bason Rockingham 



Bass Sampson 

Batcave Henderson 

bath Beaufort 

Baton Caldwell 

battleboro Mash 

Battleground Guilford 

Baucoms Union 

Baxter Henderson 

Bay Tyrrell 

bayboro (c. h.) Pamlico 

Bayview Onslow 

Beach Spring Perquimans 

Beamans Cr's Roads..Sampson 

Beams Mills Cleveland 

Bean Shoals Yadkin 

Beard Cumberland 

Bear Poplar Rowan 

Bearwallow Henderson 

Beattyville Cleveland 

beaufort (c. It.) Carteret 

Beaumont Chatham 

Beavercreek Ashe 

Beck Wake 

Beckwith Beaufort 

Beech Buncombe 

Beechcreek Watauga 

Bee Log Yancey 

Begonia ..Gaston 

Belcross Camden 

Belewcreek Mills Forsyth 

Belfast Davidson 

Bell Buncombe 

Bellair Craven 

Belleport Beaufort 

Bellevoir Chatham 

belmont Gaston 

Belo Surry 

belvidere Perquimans 

Bel wood Cleveland 

Belzora Clay 

Benaja Rockingham 

Benham Wilkes 

Bennett Anson 

Beusalem Moore 

benson Johnston 

Beniley Alexander 

Bentonville Johnston 

Berea Granville 

Berlin Ashe 

Bernice Ashe 

Berry Rockingham 

Bessemer City Gaston 

Bessie Jackson 

Beston Wayne 

Beta Jackson 

Bethania Forsyth 

Bethany Davidson 

bethel Pitt 

Bethel Hill Person 

Bethlehem Hertford 

Beulaville Duplin 

Beverly Anson 

Biddleville Mecklenburg 

Big Creek Stokes 

Big Laurel Madison 

Biglick Stanly 

Bigoak Moore 

Bigpine Madison 

Bigridge Jackson 

Bigrock Granville 

Bigspring lackson 

biltmore Buncombe 

Bircltown Swain 

Birta Pender 

Bishop Beaufort 

Bismark Johnson 

Bizzell Wayne 

Blackburn Catawba 

BLACKCREEK WiUon 

Blackjack Pitt 

Blackmans Mills Sampson 



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Blaekmer Rowan 

Blackmountain Buncombe 

Blackstone Caldwell 

Blaekwells Caswell 

Blackwood Orange 

Bladenboro Bladen 

Blaine Montgomery 

Blakley Forsyth 

Blanch Caswell 

Blanchard Robeson 

Bland Sampson 

Blevens Ashe 

Blink Moore 

Bli.-s Surry 

Bloomington Stanly 

Blounts Creek Beaufort 

blowing rock Watauga 

tflueridge Henderson 

Bluewing Granville 

Bluff Madison 

Bly Ashe 

Boaz Chatham 

Bobbitt Vance 

Bogue Carteret 

Boiling Springs Cleveland 

Boilston Henderson 

Bolivia Brunswick 

Bolton Columbus 

Bombay Randolph 

Bonus Jones 

Boomer Wilkes 

boone (c /') Watauga 

tsoonville Yadkin 

Border Orange 

Boruin Camden 

Bosley — Gates 

Bostic Rutherford 

Bosticks Mills .Richmond 

Bosts Mills Cabarrus 

Bowdens Duplin 

Bower Forsyth 

Bowies Creek Harnett 

Bowles Wilkes 

Bowmans Bluff Henderson 

Bowmore Robeson 

Boyd Rockingham 

Boyer Alleghany 

Boyett Wilson 

Bradleys Store Harnett 

Bradshaw Orange 

Bragg Richmond 

Branchs Store Duplin 

Branch ville Robeson 

Branning Bertie 

Brasstown Clay 

Bray ville Chatham 

Breeze Orange 

brevard (''. /'.) ...Transylvania 

Brickchurch Guilford 

Bridgeport Stanly 

Bndgewater Burke 

Brief [Jnio i 

Briercreek Wilkes 

Briggsville Madison 

Bright p ]k 

Brighton Mitchell 

Brim Surry 

Brindletown Burke 

Bringles Davidson 

Bnnkland Bladen 

Bnnkley ville Halifax 

Bristow Mecklenburg 

Brittain Rutherford 

Britts Robeson 

Broad River McDowell 

Broad Shoals Alexander 

Broadway Moore 

Brodie Warren 

Brompton Bladen 

Brooks Alleghany 

Brookside Watauga 

Brookston Vance 

Browers Mills Randolph 



Brown Randolph 

Brown Creek Union 

Brown Mountain Stokes 

Browns Summit Guilford 

Brownsville Granville 

Brum met t Mitchell 

Brunswick Randolph 

Brunt Cumberland 

Brushcreek Chatham 

Brushy Mountain Wilkes 

Bryant ( hatham 

Bryantown Northampton 

Bryantsville Iredell 

bryson city (c. h.) Swain 

Buchanan Granville 

Buck Forest Transylvania 

Buckhorn Cumberland 

Buckner Madison 

Bucksboal Yadkin 

Bud Ashe 

Buena Vista Buncombe 

Buffalo City Dare 

Buffalo Cove Caldwell 

Buffaloford Randolph 

Bughill Columbus 

Buies Robeson 

Bulla. Randolph 

Bullhead Greene 

Bullock Granville 

Bunch Randolph 

Bunnlevel Harnett 

Bunyon Beaufort 

Bureham Wilkes 

Burdelt Mecklenburg 

burg aw (c. h.) Pender 

burgess Perquimans 

burlington Alamance 

Burningtoun Macon 

burnsville (C h.) Yancey 

Busbee Buncombe 

Bushnell Swain 

Bushyfork Person 

Butler Rutherford 

Buxton Dare 

Byarsville Cleveland 

tJynum Chatham 

Byrd Wilkes 

Byrdsville Columbus 

< abin Duplin 

i ladez Lenoir 

Cagles Mill Montgomery 

Cairo Anson 

Calabash Brunswick 

Calahaln Davie 

Caldwell Institute . . . Orange 

( 'aid wells Mecklenburg 

Caledonia Moore 

( alhoun Transylvania 

Calico Pitt 

California Creek Madison 

Camden (c. h.) Camden 

cameron Moore 

Campbell Stokes 

Campcall Cleveland 

( 'am pcreek Burke 

CAN A Davie 

Gaudier Buncombe 

candor Montgomery 

$< 'anecreek Chatham 

( lane River Yancey 

Canto Buncombe 

canton Haywood 

Cape Randolph 

Capels Mills Richmond 

i laraway Randolph 

Carbonton Moore 

Carl Montgomery 

Carlisle Davidson 

Carlos Cumberland 

Carlton Vance 

v armel Montgomery 

Carpenter Gaston 

Carr Orange 



Carriers Springs . . . Buncombe- 
Carson Catawba 

Carsons Creek . . Transylvania 

Carters Mills Moore 

carthage (c. h.) Moore 

cary Wake 

Casar Cleveland 

Cascade Guilford 

Cases Rockingham 

Cashiers Jackson 

Casialia Nash 

Castle New Hanover 

Castoria Gieene 

Cataloochee Haywood 

catawba Catawba 

Cates Person 

Catfish Catawba 

< atharine Lake Onslow 

Cat hey Jackson 

Caudills Johnston 

Cavenaugh Duplin 

Cedar Bladen 

( 'edarcliff Alamance 

Cedarcreek Cumberland 

Cedarfalls Randolph 

Cedargrove Orange 

Cedarhill Anson 

Cedar Mountain. Transylvania 

Cedarpoint Carteret 

Cedarrock Franklin 

Cedarrun Alexander 

Cedar Valley Caldwell 

Ceffo Person 

Celo Yancey 

( 'enter Guilford 

( 'entergrove Person 

< lenterville Franklin 

Central Falls Randolph 

Cerrogordo Columbus 

Chadbourn Columbus 

Chafln Harnett 

< halkievel Harnett 

Chambers Burke 

Chance Sam pson 

( handler Montgomery 

Chapanoke Perquimans 

"chapel hill Orange 

Cnarity Yadkin 

: CHARLOTTE(c./i.).Mecklenburg 

( harm Robeson 

( natham Surry 

Cheeks Randolph 

( heoah Graham 

( iherokee Swain 

Cherryfleld Transylvania 

Cherrygrove Caswell 

( 'herryiane Alleghany 

Cherrypoint Craven 

CHERRYVILLE Gaston 

Chesterfield Burke 

Chestnut Catawba 

Chestnut Ridge Yadkin 

Chiloe Moore 

Chimney Rock . . . Rutherfoi d 

china grove Rowan 

Chinquapin Duplin 

chocowinity Beaufort 

( lironkle Catawba 

( hublake Person 

Churchill ... Warren 

Churchland Davidson 

Cid Davidson 

Cisco Chowan 

City Alleghany 

Clara Stokes 

claremont Catawba 

Clarendon Columbus 

Clark Craven 

Clarks Mills Moore 

clarkton ■ •• Bladen 

Clay Granville 

Clay fork Cumberland 

Clayroot Pitt 



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Clayton Johnston 

Clearcreek Cabarrus 

Clearrun Sampson 

Clement.. Sampson 

Clemmonsville Forsyth 

Cleone Union 

Cleveland Rowan 

Cleveland Mills Cleveland 

Cliffdale Rutherford 

Clifford Rutherford 

Clifton Ashe 

Cliftonville Wilson 

Climax Guilford 

Clingrnan Wilkes 

Clinton (c.h.) Sampson 

Clio Iredell 

Closs Lenoir 

Clotho Transylvania 

Cloudland Mitchell 

Cluster Mecklenburg 

Clover Polk 

Clover Orchard.... Alamance 

clyde Haywood 

Coihoma... Lenoir 

Coakley Edgecombe 

Coalville Cherokee 

Cobbs Cherokee 

Coburns Store Un ion 

Cochrum Y'adkin 

Coddle Cabarrus 

Cody Surry 

Coffer Moore 

Cogdell Wa> ne 

Coharie Sampson 

Cohooque Craven 

coinjock Currituck 

Cokes "Vance 

Coleman Columbus 

colerain Bertie 

Coleridge Randolph 

Coles Store Randolph 

colfax Guilford 

Colington Dare 

Collettsville Caldwell 

Coilinsville Polk 

Colly Bladen 

Colon Chatham 

Columbia (c. h.) Tyrrell 

columbus (C. h.) Polk 

Comet Ashe 

Comfort Jones 

Como Hertford 

Company Mills Guilford 

Concert Ashe 

Conclave Richmond 

concord (c.h.) Cabarrus 

conetof.. Edgecombe 

Connellys springs Burke 

Connor Wilson 

Conoho Martin 

conover Citawba 

Conrads Y'adkin 

Contentnea Green 

C jn way Northampton 

Cook Catawba 

Cool Spring Iredell 

Cooper Cumberland 

Copalgrove Stanly 

Copeland Surry 

cora Caldwell 

Curapeake Gates 

Corbett Caswell 

Corine Dupiin 

Corinth Chatham 

Cornatzer Davie 

Cornelia Cumberland 

Cornwall Granville 

Corolla Currituck 

Costner Gaston 

Cottonville Stanly 

Cottonwood . . . Mecklenburg 

Councils Station Bladen 

Countyline Davie 



Cove Craven 

Covecreek Haywood 

Covington Richmond 

( owans Ford .... Mecklenburg 

Cowarts Jackson 

Coxville Pitt 

Cozart Granville 

Crabtree Haywood 

Craig McDowell 

Cranberry Mitchell 

Craters Forsyth 

Craven Rowan 

Crawford Macon 

Creedmoor Granville 

Creek Warren 

Creeksville NoTthampton 

jCreston Ashe 

creswell Washington 

( ricket Wilkes 

Crimsic Lincoln 

Crisp Edgecombe 

Croatan Craven 

Crocker Cleveland 

Croft Mecklenburg 

Cromartie Robeson 

cron ly Columbus 

(rooms Columbus 

Crossnore Mitchell 

Crossroads Church.... Yadkin 

Crossrock Madison 

Crouse Lincoln 

Crow Ashe 

Crowders Creek Gaston 

Crowells Halitax 

Crumpler Ashe 

Cruso Haywood 

Crutchfield Surry 

Crystal Guilford 

Cuba Rutherford 

culberson Cherokee 

Culbreth Granville 

Cullasaja Macon 

culler Stokes 

Cuilowhee Jackson 

Cumberland Cumberland 

Cumnock Chatham 

Cunningham Person 

Currie Pender 

Curriersville Moore 

Currituck (c. h.) Currituck 

Curtis Alamance 

Cypresscreek Bladen 

Cyrus Onslow 

Dahney Vance 

Daisy Forsyth 

Dale Surry 

Dalila Sampson 

Dallas (c. h.) Gaston 

dalton Stokes 

Dana Henderson 

Danamora Guilford 

danbury (c. h.) Stokes 

Danriver Stokes 

i Danville Guilford 

Darby Wilkes 

Dardens Martin 

Darfer Cleveland 

Darkridge Watauga 

Darlington Rutherford 

Daughton Pender 

Davenport Mecklenburg 

davidson Mecklenburg 

Davidsons River.Transylvania 

Davis Carteret 

Dawson Halifax 

Dawsons Landing Bladen 

Daybook Yancey 

Dayton Durham 

Dealville Alexander 

Dean Granville 

Debruhls Craven 

Decatur Polk 

Deckhill Watauga 



Deepcreek Anson 

Deepriver Guilford 

Deeprun Lenoir 

Deerfield Watauga 

Defiance Randolph 

Dehart Wilkes 

Del'ght Cleveland 

Delk Stokes 

Dellaplane Wilkes 

Dellinger C eveland 

Dell wood Haywood 

Delmont Henderson 

Delos Mecklenburg 

Delta Sampson 

Demming McDowell 

Democrat Buncombe 

Denmark Buncombe 

§Dennysville Guilford 

Denton Davidson 

\ Denver Lincoln 

Depew Cleveland 

Derita Mecklenburg 

Deron Surry 

Derr Lincoln 

Devotion Surry 

Dewitt Henderson 

Dexter Granville 

Dial Cumberland 

Diamond Hill Anson 

Dickinson Harnett 

biggs Richmond 

Dillard Stokes 

Dillingham Buncombe 

Dills McDowell 

dillsboro Jackson 

Dimsdale Polk 

Dismal Sampson 

Dixie Mecklenburg 

Dixon Onslow 

Dobag Yancey 

Dobbersville Wayne 

dobson (c. h.) Surry 

Dockery Wilkes 

Dockerys Store Richmond 

Doehead Edgecomb 

Dogwood Burke 

Dolph Duplin 

Dongola Pitt 

Donnoha Forsyth 

Doolie Iredell 

Doomore Columbia 

Dor-ey Swaia 

Dort Gates 

Dosier Forsyth 

Dothan Columbus 

Doubleshoal Cleveland 

Douglas Rockingham 

Dover Craven 

Dowd Stanly 

Downingville Bladen 

Downsville Caldwell 

Draco Caldwell 

Dresden Ashe 

Drew Bertie 

Drumhill Gates 

Drumsville Catawba 

Drycreek Montgomery 

Drvs Mill Cabarrus 

Drvwells Nash 

Dublin Bladen 

Duckcreek Onslow 

Dudley Wayne 

Dukes ! Nash 

Dulins Davie 

Duncan Rutherford 

Dunlap Iredell 

dunn Harnett 

Dunsmore Buncombe 

Durants Neck Perquimans 

Durbro Cleveland 

-durham (C. h.) Durham 

Durhams Creek Beaufort 

Dutchcove Haywood 



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Dutchman Davie 

Dutch vi lie Granville 

Dwight Perquimans 

Dyson Ashe 

Dysortville McDowell 

Eagle Iredell 

Eaglerock Wake 

Eaglesprings Moore 

Eagletown Northampton 

Earl Cleveland 

Earleys Hertford 

Earp&boro Johnston j 

eastbend Yadkin 

East Durham Durham 

Ea-t field Mecklenburg 

Eastfork Transylvania 

Eastlake Dare 

Eastland Caswell 

East La port Jackson 

Eatmon Nash 

Echo , Robeson 

Ecusta Transylvania 

Eden Randolph 

edenton (c, h.) Chowan 

Edgar Randolph 

Edge Bladen 

Edith Catawba 

Edmonds Alleghany 

Ednevville Henderson 

Edonia Cumberland 

Edward Beaufort 

Edwards Crossroads 

Alleghany 

Edwardsvllle Surry 

Erne Jackson 

Efi'ards Mills Stanly 

Efland Orange 

Eggtown Anson 

Elams Warren 

Elbaville Davie 

Elbethel Cleveland 

Elbow Columbus 

Eldorado Montgomery 

Eleazer Randolph 

Elevation Johnston 

Elf (lay 

Eli Rowan 

Elisha Pasquotank 

ELIZABETH CITY (C.lh.) 

Pasquotank 
elizabethtown {c h.)... Bladen 

Elkcreek Alleghany 

elkin Surry 

Elko Stokes 

elkpark Mitchell 

JUk Shoals Alexander 

Elkton Bladen 

Elkville Wilkes 

Ella Hayward 

ellenboro Rutherford 

Elltndale Alexander 

Ellerbe Richmond 

Ellijay Macon 

Elliot Sampson 

Ellis Bladen 

elm city Wilson 

Elmer Yancey 

Elmgrove Chatham 

Elmore Richmond 

Elmville Chatham 

Elmwood Iredell 

elon college Alamance 

Elpaso Brunswick 

Elrod Robeson 

Klroy Wayne 

Elsie Mitchell 

Emanuel Caldwell 

Embro Warren 

Emerson Bladen 

Emit Johnson 

Emma Buncombe 

Empire Randolph 

Endicott Montgomery 

enfield Halifax 



Engelhard Hyde 

English •> Madison 

Ennice Alleghany 

Knno Wake 

Enochville Rowan 

Enola Burke 

Enterprise Davidson 

Eoka Columbus 

Ephesus Davie 

Epsom Vance 

Epworth Edgecombe 

Erastus Jackson 

Erect Randolph 

Erie Mills Montgomery 

Ernul Craven 

Essex Halifax 

Estatoe Mitchell 

Estelle Caswell 

Ether Montgomery 

Etna Macon 

Eugene Ashe 

Eupeptic Springs Iredell 

Euphronia Moore 

Eure Gates 

Eureka Wayne 

Euto Union 

Eva Perquimans 

Evalin Iredell 

Evans Chatham 

Evansville Bertie 

everetts Martin 

Evergreen Columbus 

Ewart Buncombe 

Ewing Wake 

Excelsior Brunswick 

Exter Bertie 

Exum Brunswick 

Eye Ashe 

Ezra Johnston 

Facerock Buncombe 

Factory Rutherford 

fairbluff Columbus 

Fairfax Graham 

fairfield Hyde 

Fairgrove Davidson 

Fair Haven Moore 

Fairlys Richmond 

Fairmont Davidson 

Fairplain Wilkes 

fairview Buncombe 

faison Duplin 

Faitn Rowan 

Falcon Cumberland 

Falkland Pitt 

Fallcliff Jackson 

Fallcreek Chatham 

Falling Creek Lenoir 

Falls Wake 

Fallston .Cleveland 

Fancy Cleveland 

Fancy Hill Iredell 

Fannie Haywood 

Farmer Randolph 

Farmington Davie 

FARMVILLE Pitt 

Faro Wayne 

Faucett Orange 

Faulk Union 

Fauna Pasquotank 

Faust Madison 

"fayetteville (c. h.) 

Cumberland 

Felix Davie 

Felts Wilkes 

Fennimore Mecklenburg 

Ferguson Haywood 

Ferhdale Rockingham 

Feruhurst Jackson 

Ferry Rutherford 

Fidelity 'Jackson 

Fieldboro Greene 

Fields Lenoir 

Fig Ashe 

Filmore Wilson 



Filo Montgomery 

Finch Nash 

Finescreek Haywood 

Finger Stanly 

Firstbroad Rutherford 

Fishcreek Harnett 

Fishdam Durham 

Fishtop Polk 

Fitch Caswell 

Fitts Warren 

Flatcreek Buncombe 

Flat River Durham 

flatrock Hender.-on 

Flats Macon 

Flatshoal Surry 

^Fleming Catawba 

fletcher Henderson 

Flint VVake 

FliDty Yancey 

Flora Randolph 

Floral College Robeson 

Florence Pamlico 

Florian Anson 

Flowerhill Randolph 

Flows Cabarrus 

Flox Onslow 

Floyd Cumberland 

Fly Montgomery 

Flynn Moore 

Folsom Bladen 

Fonta Flora Burke 

Fontcol Richmond 

Footville Yadkin 

Forbush Y'adkin 

Ford Stanly 

forest city Rutherford 

Forestville Wake 

Forge Surry 

Forkade Moore 

SiForkchurch Davie 

Forkcreek Randolph 

Forks of Pigeon Haywood 

Forneys Cieek Swain 

fort barnwell Craven 

Fort Landing Tyrrell 

Fescoe Watauga 

Foster Person 

Fountain Hill Greene 

fouroaks Johnston 

Fousts Mills Randolph 

Fowle Jones 

Foxville Buncombe 

Francisco Stokes 

Frank Mitchell 

FRANKLIN (C. &•) MacOIl 

franklinton Franklin 

franklinville Randolph 

Freemans Mills Guilford 

fremont Wayne 

Friedberg Davidson 

Friendship Guilford 

Friezeland Madison 

Fruitland Henderson 

Frv Anson 

Fullers Randolph 

Fulmore Robeson 

Fulp Stokes 

Fulton Davie 

furches Ashe 

Furrs Cabarrus 

Gaddysville Robeson 

Galloway Transylvania 

Galveston Durham 

Gambles Store Rutherford 

Gamewell Caldwell 

Gaunaway Caswell 

Gapcreek Ashe 

Garden City McDowell 

Gardencreek Haywood 

Gardnerville Pitt 

Garfield Rowan 

Garland Sampson. 

Garmond Cabairus 

Garner Wake 



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Garnett Rutherford 

garysburg Northampton 

gastonia Gaston 

gatesville(c. ft.) Gates 

Gatewood Caswell 

Gath Orange 

Gaylord Beaufort 

Gein Buncombe 

Geneva Rockingham 

Genoa Wayne 

Gentry Rockingham 

Georgetown Jackson 

Georgeville Cabarrus 

GERMANTOWN StOkeS 

Gcthseinane Edgecombe 

Ghio . Richmond 

Gibbs Burke 

Gibralter Union 

Gibsons Mills Richmond 

gibsons station •• Richmond 

gibson ville Guilford 

Gift Johnston 

Gilbert Moore 

Gilead Beaufort 

Giles Mills Sampson 

Gilkey Rutherford 

Gillbiirg Vance 

Gillisville Cumberland 

Gilmers Store Guilford 

Gilreath Wilkes 

Gladecreek Alleghany 

Gladesboro Randolph 

Gladstone Stanly 

Glady Buncombe 

Glenaloon Chatham 

§Glen Alpine Burke 

Glen Ay re Mitchell 

Glenbrook Montgomery 

Glenburnie Caldwell 

Glendale Alamance 

Glendou Moore 

Glenfleld Greene 

Glenmore Johnston 

Glenola Randolph 

Glenview Halifax 

Glenville Jackson 

Glenwood Johnston 

Gliden Chowan 

Globe Caldwell 

Glover Nash 

Godwin Cumberland 

Goff Chatham 

Golden Rutherford 

goldhill Rowan 

Goldknob Rowan 

Goldpoint Martin 

Goldrock Nash 

*goldsboro (c. h.) Wayne 

Goldston Chatham 

Good Chatham 

Goodman Anson 

Good Spring Sum- 
Goodwill Forsyth 

Gordonton Person 

Gorman Durham 

Goshen Wilkes 

Gould Gaston 

Govern Cabairus 

Governor Island Swain 

Grace Buncombe 

Grade Alexander 

Grady Robeson 

Gragg Caldwell 

graham (c. ft.) Alamance 

Grangers Lenoir 

Grandfather Watauga 

Grange Transylvania 

granite falls Caldwell 

oranite Hill Iredell 

Grantham Wayne 

Grantsboro Pamlico 

Grantville Buncombe 

Gra pec-reek Cherokee 



Grapevine Madison 

Grassycreek Ashe 

Grassyknob Rutherford 

Gravelhill Bladen 

Gravelspring Chatham 

Gray Alleghany 

Graybeal Ashe 

Graychapel Randolph 

Grayscreek Cumberland 

Grayson Ashe 

Greenback Warren 

Greenhill Rutherford 

Greenleaf Wayne 

Greenlees McDowell 

Green Mountain Yancey 

Greenpark Watauga 

Greenriver Polk 

*greensboro (c h.).. Guilford 

GREENVILLE {.C. ft.) Pitt 

Greenwood Moore 

Greer Watauga 

Gregory Currituck 

Greystone Vance 

Griffith Mecklenburg 

GRIFTON Pht 

bfrigsby Ashe 

Grimesland Pitt 

Grimsley Ashe 

Grindool Pitt 

Grissom Granville 

Grists Columbus 

Grit Pender 

jGrogansville Rockingham 

Grotto Moore 

Grove Chatham 

Grovehill Warren 

grover Cleveland 

Gudger Tyrrell 

Gudgers Mills Buncombe 

GUILFORD COLLEGE • • • Guilford 

Gulf Chatham 

Gulleys Mill Wake 

Gumberry Northampton 

Gambranch Onslow 

Gumneck Tyrrell 

Gunpowder Caldwell 

Guy Cherokee 

Gujton Bladen 

Gypsy Henderson 

Hackney Chatham 

Haddock Columbus 

Hadley Chatham 

Hagers Lincoln 

Hale Mitchell 

Halewood Madison 

Halifax (c ft.) Halifax 

Hailsboro Columbus 

Halls Ferry Davie 

Halls Mills Wilkes 

Hallsville Duplin 

Ham Biaden 

Hamer Caswell 

Hamilton Martin 

hamlet Richmond 

Hampton Granville 

Hampton ville Yadkin 

Hamric Rutherford 

Handy Davidson 

Hanes Davidson 

Hanging Dog Cherokee 

Hannersville Davidson 

Harbinger Currituck 

Hardbank Stokes 

Hardeesville Greene 

Harden Gaston 

Hargrove Granville 

Harley Wilkes 

Harlowe Carteret 

Harman Watauga 

Harmony Iredell 

Harper Johnston 

Harpers Crossroads. Chatham 
Harrels Store Sampson 



harrellsville Hertford 

Harrellton Surry 

Harrington. Harnett 

Hanisburg Cabarrus 

Harris Mine Jackson 

Harrison Mecklenburg 

Harrison Creek Pender 

Harrisville Montgomery 

Hartland Caldweil 

Harts Rowan 

Hartshorn Alamance 

Hartsville Wake 

Harvey Lincoln 

Haslin Beaufort 

Hassell Martin 

hasty Richmond 

Hatteras Dare 

Hattie Watauga 

Havelock Craven 

Hawleys Store Sampson 

hawriver Alamance 

hayesville (c. ft.) Clay 

Hay Meadow Wilkes 

Hayne .Sampson 

Hayseed Catawba 

Haystack Surry- 
Haywood Chatham 

Healing Springs Davidson 

Heath Union 

Heathsville Halifax 

Hebron Mecklenburg 

Hedrick Alexander 

Heilin Nash 

Heilig Rowan 

Helton Ashe 

henoerson (c. ft.) Vance 

hendersonville (<-'. ft.) 

Henderson 

Hendrix Wilkes 

Henrietta' Rutherford 

Henry Lincoln 

Hensley Yancey 

Htra Transylvania 

Hermitage Ashe 

Herrell Mitchell 

Herring Sampson 

Hertford (c. ft.) ...Perquimans 

Hester Granville 

Hesters Store Person 

Hewitts Swain 

Hexlena Bertie 

Hibriten Caldwell 

hickory Catawba 

Hickory Grove Wake 

Hicksville Rutherford 

Hiddenite Alexander 

Higdon ville Macon 

Higgins Yancey 

JHighgate Alleghany 

"highlands Macon 

highpoint Guilford 

Highlowers Caswell 

Highview Person 

Hill Pitt 

Hillgirt Henderson 

Hilliardston Nash 

hillsboro (c- ft.) Orange 

Hillsdale Guilford 

Hills Store Randolph 

Hiltop Stokes 

Hinton Guilford 

Hives Sampson 

Hiwassee Cherokee 

Hobbsville Gates 

Hobgood Halifax 

Hobton Sampson 

Hobucken Pamlico 

Hocut Bladen 

Hodge Cleveland 

hoffman Richmond 

Hogau Rockingham 

Hogback Valley. .Transylvania 
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Hollis Rutherford 

Holloway Person 

Hollow Poplar Mitchell 

Hollybush Cleveland 

Hollyridge Onslow 

Holly Springs Wake 

Hollywood Carteret 

Hoi man Davie 

Holmans Mills Alamance 

Holsclaw Alexander 

Holt Guilford 

homestead Graham 

Hominy Creek Buncombe 

Honey Union 

Hoods Mecklenburg 

Hooker Alleghany 

Hookerton Greene 

Hooverhill Randolph 

Hope Union 

hope mills Cumberland 

Hopewell Mecklenburg 

Hopkins Davidson 

Hopper Rockingham 

Homers. Moore 

Hornet Mecklenburg 

Horseshoe Henderson 

Hothouse Cherokee 

hot springs Madison 

Houck Caldwell 

House Pitt 

Housetonville Iredell 

Howard Bertie 

Howellsville Robeson 

Hoyle Randolph 

hub Columbus 

Hubert Onslow 

Hudson Caldwell 

Hugo Lenoir 

Hulls Crossroads Lincoln 

Hulon Forsyth 

Humphrey Duplin 

Hunters Bridge Beaufort 

huntersville Mecklenburg 

luintingcrtek Wilkes 

Huntley Sampson 

Hunts Nash 

Huntsville Yadkin 

Hurdle Mills Person 

Husk Ashe 

Hyatt Anson 

Hycotee Caswell 

Idaho Cumberland 

Idalia Beaufort 

ldlewild Ashe 

Idol Ashe 

Ilex Davidson 

Inanda Buncombe 

Indiantown Camden 

Indiantrail Union 

Inez Warren 

Ingalls Mitchell 

Ingleside Franklin 

lngold Sampson 

Ingram Northampton 

Ink Wilkes 

Inland Moore 

Institute Lenoir 

Inverness Cumberland 

Ionia Robeson 

Ira Wilkes 

Iredell Brunswick 

Ironduft Haywood 

Ironhill Columbus 

iron station Lincoln 

Irvin Transylvania 

Islandford Rutherford 

Ita Halifax 

Itiner... Johnston 

Itom Rutherford 

Ivanhoe Sampson 

Ivy Madison 

Jackdaw Stanly 

jackson (cfc.) ....Northampton 



Jacksonhill Davidson 

Jacksons Creek Randolph 

Jacksons Springs Moore 

JACKSONVILLE (C. h.) . . Onslow 

Jacobs Fork Catawba 

Jacocks Perquimans 

James City Craven 

jamestown Guilford 

jamesville Martin 

Jarretts Swain 

jarvisburg Currituck 

Jason Greene 

Jasper Craven 

JEFFERSON (C. h.) Ashe 

Jennings Iredell 

Jeptha Transylvania 

Jerome Bladen 

Jerusalem Davie 

Jessamine Beaufort 

Jesup Moore 

Jewel Stokes 

Jimes Davidson 

Joe Madison 

Joford Duplin 

Johnson Graham 

Johnsons Mills Pitt 

John Station Richmond 

Johnstown Lincoln 

Jolliet Forsyth 

Jonas Ridge Burke 

Jonathan Haywood 

jonesboro Moore 

Jonescreek Anson 

Jonesmine Davidson 

Jonesville Yadkin 

Joppa Orange 

Joy Burke 

Joynes Wilkes 

Jubilee Davidson 

Judith Union 

Judson Swain 

Jugtown Catawba 

Julian Guilford 

Jumbo Caldwell 

Juno Buncombe 

Jupiter Buncombe 

Justice Franklin 

Kadar Wake 

Kappa Davie 

Kapps Mill Surry 

Kates ville Franklin 

Kawana Mitchell 

Keener Sampson 

Kehukee Pasquotank 

Keith Pender 

Kelford Bertie 

Kelly Bladen 

Kels'y Watauga 

Kelvingrove Wake 

Kemps Mills Randolph 

KENANSVILLE (C. h.) Duplin 

Kendal Wilkes 

kenly Johnston 

kernersville Forsyth 

Kerr Sampson 

Keishaw Pamlico 

Key Harnett 

keyser Moore 

Kidsville Lincoln 

Kiger Stokes 

Kilby Alexander 

Kildee Randolph 

Kimbolton Chatham 

Kimesville Guilford 

Kind Madison 

King Stokes 

Kingscreek Caldwell 

kings mountain Cleveland 

Kingvilie Columbus 

Kingwood Mecklenburg 

Kinnon Cumberland 

Kinsey Cherokee 

kinston (c h.) Lenoir 



Kitchin Halifax 

kittrell Vance 

Kitty Hawk Currituck 

Klutts Cabarrus 

Knap of Reeds Granville 

Knobcreek Cleveland 

Knoll Macon 

Kuotts Island Currituck 

Kuotts Store Anson 

Knottville Wilkes- 

Kyles Landing. ...Cumberland 

Lacey Alamance 

Lackey Alexander 

Lacrosse Guilford 

Ladonia Surry 

lagrange Lenoir 

Lake Comfort Hyde 

Lake Landing Hyde 

Lake Waccamaw Columbus 

Lamar Ashe 

Lambsville Chatham 

Lamm Wilson 

Lamont Guilford 

Lancaster Edgecombe 

Lanes Creek Union 

Langdom Rockingham 

Langlev Pitt 

Lanier" Onslow 

Lansing Ashe 

Lark Cleveland 

Lasker Northampton 

Lassiter Randolph 

Latham Beauf >rt 

Latimore Cleveland 

Laurel Franklin 

Laurelbluff Surry 

Laurelbranch Alleghany 

laurelhill • Richmond 

Laurelsprings Alleghany 

Laurelton Madison 

LAURINBURG Richmond 

Laviuia Haywood 

Lawhon Moore 

Lawndale Cleveland 

Lawrence Edgecombe 

Laws Orange 

Lawsonville Rockingham 

Lavton Rockingham 

Leachburg Johnston 

Lead Henderson 

Leading Cabarrus 

Leaflet Harnett 

leaksville Rockingham 

Leander Watauga 

Leasburg Caswell 

Leatherman Macon 

Lewitt Cumberland 

Lebanon Columbus 

Ledford Clay 

Ledger Mitchell 

Lee Madison 

Leechville Beaufort 

Leesville Robeson 

Leewood Chatham 

Legal Harnett 

Leggett Edgecombe 

Lego Cruilford 

Leicester Buncombe 

Lemay Wake 

Lemon Springs Moore 

lenoir (c h.) Caldwell 

Lenox Castle Rockingham 

Lentz Rowan 

Leo Stanly 

Leon Duplin 

Leonard Madison 

Leota Chatham 

Leroy Columbus 

Let ha Franklin 

Letitia Cherokee 

Levelcross Randolph 

Levelplains Randolph 

Levi Davidson 



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Lewisfork Wilkes 

lewiston Bertie 

Lewisville Forsyth 

Lexington (c. h.) Davidson 

liberty Randolph 

Liberty Store Guiliord 

Light..". Davidson 

Lilac Davidson 

LILESVILLE AllSOtt 

Lillington (c. h.) Harnen 

Lilly Camden 

Lima Craven 

Limerock Stokes 

Limestone Buncombe 

lincolnton (c. h.) Lincoln 

Linden Harnett 

Lindhurst Chatham 

Lindsay Orange 

Line Rutherford 

Lineback Mitchell 

Linney Ashe 

linville Mitchell 

Linvilles Store Burke 

Lin wood Davidson 

Lipe Rowan 

Lisbon Sampson 

Lisk Rowan 

Lissa Sampson 

Littlecreek Madison 

Littlefleld Pitt 

Little Piuecreek Madison 

Little River Alexander 

Little River Academy 

Cumberland 

Little Rockcreek Mitchell 

Little Mills Richmond 

Little Sugarloaf Bladen 

Littleton Halifax 

Lizzie Greene 

Lookville Chatham 

Loco Onslow 

Locusthill Caswell 

Locust Stanly 

Lodo Mecklenburg 

Loftis Transylvania 

Logans Store Rutherford 

Lomax Wilkes 

Lonely Moore 

longcreek •• Pender 

Lougford Iredell 

Long Island Catawba 

Longleaf Moore 

Longpine Anson 

Longshoals Lincoln 

Longs Store Union 

Longtown Yadkin 

Longview Guilford 

Loretta Catawba 

Lotta Hertford 

louisburg (c. h.) Franklin 

Louise Catawba 

Lovelace Wilkes 

Lovelady Mecklenburg 

Loveslevcl Union 

Lowder Stanly 

Lowe Robeson 

lowell Gaston 

gLowesville Lincoln 

Lowgap Surrey 

Lowland Pamlico 

Loy Alamance 

Loyd Lincoln 

Lucama Wilson 

Lucia Gaston 

Lucile Wilkes 

Luck Madison 

Lufty Gaston 

Lul Wake 

LUMBER BRIDGE RobeSOIl 

lumberton (c h.) Robeson 

Lupton Carteret 

Luster Durham 

Luther Buncombe 



Lutterloh Chatham 

Lydia Sampson 

Lyman Duplin 

Lynch Madison 

Lyndover Durham 

Lynn , Polk 

Lyons Granville 

Lyons Landing Bladen 

Lytch Richmond 

Lytton Randolph 

mcadenville Gaston 

McArthurs Robeson 

McCains Union 

McCall Caldwell 

Mcf 'lammy Wayne 

McCray Alamance 

McCurdy .Iredell 

McFarlan Anson 

McGowen Duplin 

McKee Davidson 

McKoy Sampson 

McLeansville Guilford 

McNair Richmond 

McNatt Robeson 

McNeely Rockingham 

Mabel Watauga 

Mabry Stanly 

Macedonia Montgomery 

Machpelah , Lincoln 

Mack Rutherford 

mackey ferry Washington 

macon Warren 

Madge Mecklenburg 

madison Rockingham 

Magnetic City Mitchell 

MAGNOLIA .Duplill 

maiden Catawba 

Maitland Sampson 

Makatoka Brunswick 

Makelyville Hyde 

Malee Richmond 

Malmo Brunswick 

Mamie Cherokee 

Mana Yadkin 

Manchester Cumberland 

Mangum Richmond 

manly Moore 

Manndale Chatham 

Manning Rowan 

Manns Harbor Dare 

Manson Warren 

manteo (c h.) Dare 

Maple Cypress Craven 

Maplehill Pender 

Maplesprings Wilkes 

Mapleton Hertford 

Mapleville Franklin 

Marble Cherokee 

Marengo Anson 

margarettsville 

Northampton 

Maribel Pamlico 

Marines Onslow 

marion (c.h.) McDowell 

Mariposa Lincoln 

Marier Yadkin 

Marley Mills Randolph 

Marlville Bladen 

Marmaduke Warren 

Marsh Davidson 

Marshall (c. ft.) Madison 

Marshall berg Carteret 

marshill Madison 

Marshville Union 

Martha Randolph 

Martin Yadkin 

Martindale Mecklenburg 

Martin's Mill Montgomery 

Mascot Buncombe 

Mashoes Dare 

Massey Wake 

Mast Watauga 

matthews Mecklenburg 



Maud Randolph 

Maximo Cabarrus 

maxton Robeson 

Maxwell Henderson 

May Harnett 

Mayfleld Rockingham 

Mayhew Iredell 

Mayo Rockingham 

Maysville Jones 

May wood Alamance 

Meadowhill Caldwell 

Meadows Stokes 

Meatcamp Watauga 

mebane Alamance 

Mechanic Randolph 

Medlin Swain 

Medoc Halifax 

Meeksville Wilson 

Megauna Buncombe 

*newbern (c. ft.) Craven 

Meherrin Northampton 

Meiggs Surry 

Melanchthon Randolph 

Melrose Robeson 

Melville Alamance 

Melvin Hill Polk 

Memory Rutherford 

Menola" Hertford 

Merchant Mills Gates 

Meredith Orange 

Merrimon Carteret 

Merritt Pamlico 

Merry hill Bertie 

Merrymont Warren 

Merryoaks Chatham 

Mesic Pamlico 

Metal Cleveland 

Method Wake 

Mica Mitchell 

Mieaville Yancey 

Michael Davidson 

Micro Johnston 

MIDDLEBURG VaUCe 

Middlecaue Watauga 

Middletown Hyde 

Midway Davidson 

Mildred Edgecombe 

Milesville Caswell 

Millboro Randolph 

Millbridge Rowan 

Millbrook Wake 

Millcreek Person 

Milledgeville Montgomery 

Miller Iredell 

Millers Creek Wilkes 

Millertown Rowan 

Millhill Cabarrus 

Milligan Cleveland 

Millingport Stanly 

Millprong Robeson 

Millshoal Macon 

gMillspring Polk 

Mills River Henderson 

Millstone Catawba 

Millwood Chatham 

milton Caswell 

Milwaukee Northampton 

Mineola Beaufort 

Mingo Sampson 

Minneapolis Mitchell 

Minthill Mecklenburg 

Miranda Bowau 

Mission Stanly 

Mitchiner Franklin 

Mitford Rowan 

Mix Sampson 

Mizpah Stokes 

mocksville (c. ft.) Davie 

Moffitt Randolph 

Mohawk Harnett 

Mollie Columbus 

Moubo Catawba 

moncure Chatham 



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Money Henderson 

monroe(c. h.) Union 

Monroe ton Rockingham 

Montague Pender 

Monteith Mecklenburg 

Montezuma Mitchell 

Moutford McDowell 

Montgomery Montgomery 

Monticello Washington 

Montland Alleghany 

Montrose Cumberland 

Montvale Transylvania 

mooresboro Cleveland 

Moores Creek Pender 

mooresville Iredell 

Mooshauuee Moore 

Moravian Falls Wilkes 

moorehead city Carteret 

Moretz Watauga 

Morganhill Buncombe 

Morgans Mills Union 

"morganton (c. /(.) Burke 

Moirah Person 

Morrisville Wake 

Morrosenean Robeson 

Mortons Store Alamance 

morven Anson 

Moscow Bladen 

Moser Surry 

mosley Surry 

Mossneck Robeson 

Moulton Franklin 

Mountain Creek Catawba 

Mountain Island Gaston 

Mountain view Warren 

"'mountairy Surry 

Mount Bethel Alexander 

Mount (armel Moore 

Mount Energy Granville 

mount gilead Montgomery 

Mount Gould Bertie 

mount holly Gaston 

I Mount Mitchell Buncombe 

Mount Mourne Iiedell 

Mount Nebo Yadkin 

mount olive Wayne 

Mount Pisgah Alexander 

mount pleasant < 'abarrus 

Mount Sterling Haywood 

Mount Tirzah Person 

Mouutulla Rowan 

Mount Vernon Rowan 

Mount Vernon Sp'gs. Chatham 

Mount Zion Wilkes 

moyock Currituck 

Moyton Wilson 

Mudlick Chatham 

Mulberry Wiikes 

Mullen Randolph 

Mullgrove Catawba 

Mum ford Pasquotank 

murfreesboro Hertford 

murphy (c. h.) Cherokee 

Muttenz Caldwell 

Myatt Mills Wake 

Myrtle Rutherford 

Myrts Duplin 

Naghead Dare 

Nails Montgomery 

Nance Rockingham 

nashville (c h.) Nash 

Nathans ('reek Ashe 

Nat Moore Bladen 

Natural Wells Duplin 

Neal Halifax 

Nealsville McD< iwell 

Neatman Stokes 

Nebo McDowell 

Needmore Swain 

Negrohead Union 

Nelson Durham 

Nestor Davie 

Net Iredell 



Nettleknob Ashe 

Neuse Wake 

Nevin Mecklenburg 

Newcastle Wilkes 

Newell Mecklenburg 

Newfound Buncombe 

Newhill Wake 

Newhope Iredell 

Newhope Academy. Randolph 

Newhouse Cleveland 

Newlight Wake 

new london Stanly 

Newman Warren 

Newmarket Randolph 

Newport Carteret 

New River Alleghany 

New Salem Randolph 

New Stirling Iredell 

newton (c. h.) Catawba 

Newton Grove Sampson 

Nicanor Perquimans 

Nicholson. Alamance 

Nicholsons Mills Iiedell 

Nicholsonville Cleveland 

Nimrod Mecklenburg 

Nina Cherokee 

Nixonton Pasquotank 

Noblin Granville 

Noise Moore 

Nonah Macon 

Norfleet Halifax 

Norris Watauga 

Northbrook Lincoln 

Northcove McDowell 

North Harlowe Craven 

Northside Granville 

NORTHWILKESBORO VV ilkeS 

Norton Jackson 

Norval Harnett 

Norwood Stanly 

Nottia Cherokee 

Nulin Alleghany 

Nussman Cabarrus 

Nye Robeson 

Oakdale Alamance 

Oakforest Iredell 

Oakgrove Union 

Oakhill Granville 

Oakland Nssh 

Oakley Pitt 

oakridge Guilford 

Oaks Orange 

Oakspring Rutherford 

Oak Summit Forsyth 

Oakville Warren 

Oakwoods Wilkes 

Obids Ashe 

Ocean. Carteret 

Oconalufty Swain 

Ocracoke Hyde 

Odell Warren 

Odom Richmond 

Ogreeta Cherokee 

Oine Warren 

Okay Forsyth 

Okeewemee Montgomery 

Okisko Pasquotank 

Ola Cleveland 

Old Dock Columbus 

oldfort McDowell 

Old Furnace Gaston 

Old Hundred Richmond 

old sparta Edgecombe 

Old Stores Moore 

Oldtrap Camden 

201in Iredell 

Olivebranch Union 

Olivehill Person 

Olivers Jones 

Ollie Moore 

Olney Alleghany 

Olympia Pamlico 

Omega Rowan 



Onion Brunswick 

Onvil Montgomery 

Onward Montgomery 

Ophir Montgomery 

Ora Sampson 

Orange Sampson 

Oregon Rockingham 

orehill Chatham 

Orgauchurch Rowau 

Oriental Pamlico 

Orinoco Davidson 

Orleans Lincoln 

Ormondsville Greene 

Orrum Robeson 

Orton Columbus 

Osborne Richmond 

Osbornville Wilkes 

Oscar Jackson 

Osceola Alamance 

Osgood Chatham 

Osmond Caswell 

Osteen Henderson 

Ostwalt Iredell 

Oswego Franklin 

Otis Yadkin 

Ottercreek Rutherford 

Otto Macon 

Outlaw Bridge Duplin 

Outlook Madisou 

Overshot Johnson 

Owenby Buncombe 

Owenville Sampson 

oxford(c. h.) Granville 

Oxford Ford Catawba 

Ozark Wilkes 

Pactolus Pitt 

Page Pender 

Painter Jackson 

Paint folk Madisou 

Paintgap Yancey 

Paintrock Madisou 

Palestine Stanly 

Palm Haywood 

Palmeiville Stanly 

Palmyra Halifax 

Paloalto Onslow 

Pamlico Pamlico 

Panacea Halifax 

Pant Haywood 

pantego Beaufort 

Panther Creek Yadkin 

Paolia Harnett 

Paris Anson 

Parkersburg Sampson 

Parkcwood Moore 

Parks Wilkes 

Parktou Robeson 

parmele Martin 

Parrish Macon 

Parsonville Wilkes 

Partee Alexander 

Paschal Chatham 

Pasley Duplin 

Pastook Davidson 

Pates Robeson 

Patmos Chatham 

Patrick Cherokee 

PatteD McDowell 

Patterson Caldwell 

Pattersons Bridge Moore 

Patterson Springs. ...Cleveland 

Pawcreek Mecklenburg 

Peace Wake 

Peachland Anson 

Peachtree Cherokee 

Peacocks Store Columbus 

Peanut Onslow 

Pearidge Polk 

Pearl Cleveland 

Pearsall Duplin 

Pearson Burke 

Peden Alleghany 

Pedlars Hill Chatham, 



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Peedee Anson 

Peek Madison 

Peeler Rowan 

Pegues Richmond 

Pekin Montgomery 

Pele tiers Mills Carteret 

Pelhum Caswell 

Pembroke Robeson 

Pendleton Northampton 

Penelo Edgecombe 

Penelope Burke 

Penland Mitchell 

Peuley Watauga 

Pennington Hanly 

Penny Johnston 

Penrose Transylvania 

Pensacola Yancey 

Peoples Chatham 

Penh Surry 

Perfection Craven 

Pernell Wake 

Perry Gaston 

Peiryville Bladen 

Persimmon Creek Cherokee 

Perth Iredell 

Peru Haywood 

Petra Caldwell 

Pett Wake 

gPfafftown Forsyth 

Phi Rowan 

Phcenix Brunswick 

Pike Cumberland 

Pikeville Wayne 

Pilot Franklin 

PILOTMOUNTAIN SlHTy 

Pinckton. Ashe 

pinebluff Moore 

Pineboro Pitt 

Pinehall Stokes 

Pinelaud Macon 

Pinelevel Johnston 

Pineridge Surry 

Pinetown Beaufort 

pi neville Mecklenburg 

Pineycreek Alleghany 

Pink bed Henderson 

Pinkhill Lenoir 

Pinkney Wayne 

Pinnacle Buncombe 

Pinnix Davidson 

Pino Davie 

Pinson Randolph 

Pioneer Mills Cabarrus 

Pireway Columbus 

Pisgah Randolph 

pittsboro (c. h.) . Chatham 

Plain Guilford 

Plateau Catawba 

Pleasant Garden Guilford 

Pleasantgrove Alamance 

Pleasanthill Northampton 

Pleasant Lodge Alamance 

Pleasantridge Gaston 

Pleasants Granville 

Pleasantville Rockingham 

Plott Haywood 

\ Pluck Chatham 

Plumtree Mitchell 

Plyler Stanly 

Plymouth (C. h.) ...Washington 

Pocket Moore 

Pocomoke Franklin 

Pocosin Columbus 

Poes Harnett 

Poindexter Yadkin 

Point Cleveland 

Point Caswell Pender 

Polenta Johnston 

Polk Harnett 

polkton Anson 

Polkville Cleveland 

polloksville Jones 

Polyearp Alexander 



pomona Guilford 

Pontop Montgomery 

Pool Rowan 

Poors Ford Polk 

Poors Knob Wilkes 

§Poortith Union 

Poplarbranch Currituck 

Poplargrove Polk 

Poplarhill Anson 

Poplarmount Warren 

Populi Bladen 

Porter Stanly 

Poitsmouth Carteret 

Postell Cherokee 

Postoak Randolph 

Potecasi Northampton 

Potter Union 

Powells point Currituck 

Powellsville Bertie 

Powelton Richmond 

Prathers Creek Alleghany 

Pratt Johnston 

Pressly Iredell 

Preston Johnston 

Prestonville Stokes 

Price Rockingham 

Prices Creek Yancey 

Prices Mill Union 

Princeton Johnston 

Pritchett Rockingham 

Privett Franklin 

Proctor Swain 

Progress Randolph 

Promise Onslow 

Prong Columbus 

Prospect Hill Caswell 

Prosperity Moore 

Providence Chatham 

Proviso Buncombe 

Pughs Franklin 

Pump Henderson 

Pungo. Beaufort 

Purcepolis Robeson 

Purlear Wilkes 

Purley Caswell 

Purvis Robeson 

Quaker Stokes 

Quallatown Jackson 

Queen Montgomery 

Queensdale Robeson 

Querys Mecklenburg 

Quiet Moore 

Quincy Onslow 

Quinerly Pitt 

Quinine Randolph 

Quitsna Bertie 

Rachel Randolph 

Raeford Cumberland 

Rainbow Chatham 

raleigh (c h.) Wake 

Ralph Randolph 

Ramon Johnston 

Ramsay town Yancey 

Ramseur Randolph 

Ranaleburg Mecklenburg 

randleman Randolph 

Randolph Randolph 

Rands Mills Wake 

Ranger Cherokee 

Rankin Mecklenburg 

Ransoms Bridge Franklin 

Ransomville. Beaufort 

Rathborne Guilford 

Ravens Swain 

Ray Madison 

Raywood Union 

Readybranch Wilkes 

Record Columbus 

Redallia Pitt 

Redbanks Robeson 

Reddies River Wilkes 

Redhill Mitchell 

Redland Davie 



Redmountain Durham 

Redoak Nash 

Redshoals Stokes 

red springs Robeson 

Reedy Davidson 

Reelsboro' Pamlico 

Reepsville Lincoln 

Reese Watauga 

Refuge Robeson 

Register Bladen 

Rehoboth Northampton 

*reidsville-> Rockingham 

Reinbardt Lincoln 

Reitzel Randolph 

Relief Mitchell 

Rella Stokes 

Rennert Robeson 

Renston Pitt 

Repose Lenoir 

Republic Yadkin 

Resaca Duplin 

Rest Stanly 

Resthaven Buncombe 

Retreat Haywood 

Reuben Union 

Reynoldson Gates 

Rhodes Cumberland 

Rial to Chatham 

Riceville Buncombe 

Richardson Bladen 

Richardsons Creek Union 

Richtield Stanly 

RICHLANDS OnslOW 

Richmond ... Chatham 

Richmond Hill Yadkin 

rich square- ■••Northampton 

Riddicksville Hertford 

Riddle Camden 

Ridgespring Greene 

Ridgeville Caswell 

ridgeway Warren 

Riggsbee Chatham 

Rileys Crossroads Franklin 

Rileys Store Randolph 

Rimer Cabarrus 

Ringwood Halifax 

Rippetoe Caldwell 

Risden Caldwell 

Ritchie Stanly 

Riverdale Craven 

Riverhill Iredell 

Riverside Ashe 

Riverton Richmond 

Riverview Mecklenburg- 
Rives Chapel Chatham 

Roanes Mill Macon 

Roanoke Rockirgham 

Roanoke Rapids Halifax 

Roaringgap Wilkes 

Roaring River Wilkes 

robbinsville (c. h.) . . .Graham 

Roberdell Richmond 

robersonville Martin 

Roberts Ashe 

Robeson Columbus 

Robin Cumberland 

Rochdale Pitt 

Rochester Robeson 

Rock Rowan 

Rockcreek Alamance 

Rockcut Iredell 

Rockett Catawba 

Rockford Surry 

rockingham (c. h. (..Richmond 

Rocklevel Rockingham 

Rockrest Union 

Rockspring Orange 

Rockview Buncombe 

Rockwell Rowan 

Rockyhock Chowan 

rocky mount Edgecombe 

Rockypass McDowell 

Rockypoint Pender 



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Rocky Springs . . Rockingham 

Rodahthe Dare 

Roe Carteret 

Rogers Store Wake 

Rolesville Wake 

Rollins Burke 

Rome Johnston 

Romola Halifax 

Ronda Wilkes 

roper Washington 

Roscoe Chatham 

Rose Chatham 

Roseboro Sampson 

Rosedale Pasquotank 

Rosehill Duplin 

Rosemead Bertie 

Roseville Person 

Rosewood Chatham 

Rosin burg Wake 

Rosindale Bladen 

Roslin Cumberland 

Rougemont Durham 

Round Mountain Wilkes 

Roundpeak Surry 

Rountree Pitt 

Rowan Rowan 

Rowell Davidson 

Rowland Robeson 

roxboro (c h.) Person 

roxobel Bertie 

Royal Franklin 

Rozier Robeson 

Rubicon Moore 

Rudisill Catawba 

ruffin Rockingham 

Rugby Henderson 

Ruralhall Forsyth 

Rushing Union 

Rusk Surry 

Russell Rowan 

Ruth Forsyth 

Rutherford College Burke 

rutherfordton (c. h.) 

Rutherford 

Rutherwood Watauga 

Ryan Robeson 

Ryland Chowan 

Saddletree Robeson 

Safe Duplin 

Sago Mecklenburg 

Sains Lincoln 

Saint John Hertford 

Saint Jude Watauga 

Saint Lawrence ..Chatham 

Saint Lewis Edgecombe 

Saint Pauls Robeson 

Saint Phillip Brunswick 

salem Forsvth 

Salem Chapel Forsyth 

Salem Church Randolph 

"Salisbury (c. h.) Rowan 

SALUDA Polk 

Samuel Surrv 

Sandblurt' Bladen 

Sandifer Mecklenburg 

Sands Watauga 

Sandy Madison 

Sandycross Gates 

Sandygrove Chatham 

Sandymush Buncombe 

Saudyridge Stokes 

Sandysprings Polk 

sanford Moore 

Sans Souci Bertie 

Sapona Davidson 

Saquilla Macon 

Sapphire Jackson 

Saratoga Wilson 

Sardis Mecklenburg 

Sarecta Duplin 

Sarem Gates 

Satterwhite Granville 

Saulston Wavue 



Saunders Cabarrus 

Saw Rowan 

Sawmill Caldwell 

Sawyersville Randolph 

Saxapahaw Alamance 

Saxon Stokes 

Scalesville Guilford 

8ealy Macon 

Sjar'boro Montgomery 

Science Randolph 

Scotland neck Halifax 

Scotts Iredell 

Scotts Creek Jackson 

Scotts Hill Pender 

scottville Ashe 

Scran ton Hyde 

Scuppernong Washington 

Seaboard Northampton 

Sedges Garden Forsyth 

selma Johnston 

Semora Caswell 

Senia Mitchell 

Sessom Robeson 

Settle Iredell 

Sevensprings Wayne 

Severn Northampton 

Seward Forsyth 

Sexton Madison 

Shallotte Brunswick 

Shallowford Alamance 

Shamrock Mecklenburg 

Shankle Stanly 

shannon Robeson 

Sharon Cleveland 

Sharp Rockingham 

Sharpsburg Nash 

Shawboro Currituck 

Shawnee Catawba 

Shaws Mills Guilfori 

Sheffield. Davie 

shelby (c. h.) Cleveland 

Shelton Surry 

Sherrills Ford Catawba 

Sherwood Cumberland 

Sheva Mecklenburg 

Shiloh Camden 

Shine Greene 

Shinsville Iredell 

Shoals Surry 

Shocco Warren 

Shooting Creek Clay 

Shope Buncombe 

Shopton Mecklenburg 

Shore Yadkin 

Shortoffi Macon 

Shotwell Wake 

Shoups Ford Burke 

Shulls Mills Watauga 

Sidney Beaufort 

Sigma Iredell 

Silascreek Ashe 

siler city Chatham 

Silkhope Chatham 

Siloam Surry 

Silver Stanly 

Silverdale Onslow 

Silverhill Davidson 

Si I vers tone Watauga 

Sim Robeson 

Simmongrove Chatham 

Simpsons Store. ..Rockingham 

Sincerity Union 

Sioux Yancey 

Sitton Henderson 

Sixforks Wake 

Sixruns Sampson 

Skinnersville Washington 

Skyco Dare 

Skyland Buncombe 

Skyuka Polk 

jsSiadesville Hvde 

Slate Stokes 

Sligo Currituck 



Sloan Duplin 

Sloop Point Pender 

Smith Stokes 

smithfield (c. /(.) Johnston 

Sinithgrove Davie 

Smiths Ford Cabarrus 

Smyrna Carteret 

Snapp Gaston 

Sneads Ferry Onslow 

Suowcamp Alamance 

Snowcreek Iredell 

snowden Currituck 

snowhill (c h ) Greene 

Soapstone Mount . . . Randolph 

Sodahill Watauga 

Solitude Ashe 

Somerset Chowan 

Sonoma Haywood 

Sophia Randolph 

Southcreek Beaufort 

SOUTHERN PINES Moore 

south gaston Halifax 

South Lowell Durham 

south mills Camden 

South point Gaston 

southport (c. h.) ..Brunswick 

South River Rowan 

South toe Yancey 

South Washington Pender 

Sparkling Catawba Springs. 

Catawba 

Sparkman < >nslow 

sparta (c. h.) Alleghany 

Spear Mitchell 

Speed Edgecombe 

1 Speedwell Jackson 

§Speights Bridge Greene 

Spencer Moore 

Spero Randolph 

Spillman Yadkin 

Spilona Johnson 

I Splendor Henderson 

Split Mountain Haywood 

Spoutsprings Harnett 

spray Rockingham 

Springcreek Madison 

Springdale Haywood 

Springer Onslow 

Springfield Wilkes 

Springhill Halifax 

springhope Nash 

Springle Carteret 

Sprucepine Mitchell 

Spurrier Mecklenburg 

Stackhouse Madison 

Stagville Durham 

Stainback Alamance 

Slalev Randolph 

Stallings Franklin 

Stanhope Nash 

Stanley Gaston 

Stantonsburg Wilson 

Star Montgomery 

Starlight Wayne 

Starsburg Cumberland 

Startown Catawba 

STATE ROAD ^Urry 

-statesville Ifi. h.) Iredell 

Stedman Cumberland 

Steel Creek Mecklenburg 

Stekoah Graham 

Stella Carteret 

STEM Granville 

Stevenson Johnson 

Sterling Roberson 

Stevens Union 

Stewart Richmond 

Stice Cleveland 

»tocksville Buncombe 

Stokes Pitt 

Stokesdale Guilford 

Stone Mountain McDowell 

§Stoneville Rockingham 



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•sStonewall Pamlico 

Sionycreek Caswell 

Stony fork Watauga 

Stonyknoll Surry 

Stonypoint Alexander 

Stonyridge Surry 

Stophel Iredell 

Stork Chatham 

stovall Granville 

Strabane Lenoir 

Straits Carteret 

Straw Wilkes 

Strieby Randolph 

Stubbs Cleveland 

Stumpsound Onslow 

Sturnpvpoiut Dare 

Sturgill Ashe 

Success Buncombe 

Sue Columbus 

Sugargrove Watauga 

Sugarhill McDowell 

Suit Cherokee 

Sulphur Springs.. Montgomery 

Summerrield Guilford 

Summerville Harnett 

Summit Wilkes 

Sumner Guilford 

sunbury Gates 

Sunuyside . Rowan 

Sunset Granville 

Sunshine Rutherford 

Supply Brunswick 

Surl Person 

Sussex Ashe 

Sutherlands Ashe 

Sutpin Alamance 

Sutton Franklin 

Swain Swain 

Swan creek Yadkin 

Swannanoa Buncombe 

Swanner Alexander 

swann station Moore 

Swanquarter (c. h.) ..Hyde 

Swansboro Onslow 

Sweet Home .Iredell 

Sweetwater Watauga 

Swepsonville Alamance 

Swift Island Montgomery 

Swinton Moore 

sylva Jackson 

Sylvester Chatham 

Tabernacle .Guilford 

Tablerock Burke 

Tabor Columbus 

Talbot Wilson 

Tampa Mecklenburg 

tarboro (c h) Edgecombe 

Tarheel Bladen 

Tariff Columbus 

Tar Landing Onslow 

Tar River Granville 

Taylor Wilson 

Taylors Bridge Sampson 

taylorsville (c.h.). Alexander 

Teacheys Duplin 

'league Haywood 

Teer Orange 

Telephone Person 

Temple Wake 

Tempting Moore 

Tennyson Davie 

Terrapin Halifax 

Ten ell ..Catawba 

Thagard ville Moore 

Thaxton Ashe 

Theodore Buncombe 

Thermal City Rutherford 

Theta Madison 

thomasville Davidson 

Thompson ville ...Rockingham 

Threeforks Yancey 

Thurman Craven 

Thurston Alexander 



Tiger Rutherford 

Tilden Yadkin 

tillery Halifax 

Tillman Chatham 

Timberlake Person 

Timothy Sampson 

Tippecanoe Sampson 

Tiptop Transylvania 

Tobaccoville Forsyth 

Todd' Ashe 

Tolarsville Robeson 

Tolers Orange 

Toluca Cleveland 

Tomahawk Sampson 

Tomotla Cherokee 

Tomscreek McDowell 

Topia Alleghany 

Topsail Sound Pender 

Towncreek Brunswick 

Townsville Vance 

Tracadia Yadkin 

Tracy Watauga 

Trad'ingford Rowan 

Trailbranch Madison 

Trans on Ashe 

traphill Wilkes 

Tree top Ashe 

TRENTON (C /*.) Jones 

Triangle Lincoln 

trinity Randolph 

Trio Rutherford 

Triplett Watauga 

Trotville Gates 

Trout Ashe 

Troutsman Iredell 

troy (c h.) Montgomery 

Troy ville Harnett 

Truth Chatham 

tryon Polk 

Tuckahoe Jones 

Tuckaseigee Jackson 

Tulin Cabarrus 

Tulip Stokes 

Tulis Currituck 

Tulula Graham 

Tunis Hertford 

Turkey Sampson 

Turlington Harnett 

Turnage Edgecombe 

Turners Polk 

Turnersburg Iredell 

Turners Mountain Surry 

Turnpike Buncombe 

Turtletown Cherokee 

Tuscarora Craven 

Tuscola Haywood 

Tusquitee Clay 

Tweed Buncombe 

Twine Clay 

Twitty Rutherford 

Tyner Chowan 

Tyra Moore 

Tyro Shops Davidson 

Tysor Mills Chatham 

Ulah Randolph 

Umbra Durham 

Unaka. Cherokee 

Uncas Mecklenburg 

Union Hertford 

Union hope Nash 

Union Mills Rutherford 

Unionridge Alamance 

gUnionville Union 

Unity Mecklenburg 

University Station Orange 

Upton Caldwell 

Upward.. Henderson 

Une' Rutherford 

Valdese Burke 

Yalle Cruces Watauga 

Valley Mitchell 

Vance Iredell 

Vanceboro Craven 



Yanceville Buncombe 

Vamlalia Guilford 

Yandemere Pamlico 

Yander Cumberland 

Yann Union 

Vannoy Wilkes 

Yanteen Wake 

Variety Grove Harnett 

Varina Wake 

Yashti Alexander 

Vass Moore 

Yanghan vVarren 

Vega Sampson 

Velna Randolph 

Yenable Surry 

Veni Halifax 

Yerble Rowan 

Vernon Ashe 

Verona Onslow 

Vests Cherokee 

Veto Wake 

Yiands Wilkes 

Vicksboro Warren 

Victor Moore 

Vienna Forsyth 

Yilas Watauga 

Yillanow Moore 

Vincent Alamance 

VINELAND ColumbUS 

\ Viola Pender 

Virgil Watauga 

Vivian Gates 

Voline Robeson 

Vollers Robeson 

Vultare Northampton 

Waco Cleveland 

Waddells Rockingham 

Wade Cumberland 

wadesboro (c. h.) Anson 

Wadeville Montgomery 

Wagoner Ashe 

Waives Mecklenburg 

Wakefield Wake 

wake forest Wake 

VNakulla Robeson 

Waldo Chatham 

Walker p lk 

Walker&ville Union 

walkertown Forsyth 

WaJkup Union 

Wallace Duplin 

Wallburg Davidson 

walnutcove Stokes 

Wnlnutrun Madison 

Walter Wayne 

Wanchese Dare 

Wardiaw Union 

Wards Mill Onslow 

Warlick Burke 

Warne Clay 

Warren Plains Warren 

warrenton c.h.) Warren 

WARSAW Duplin 

Washburn Rutherford 

Washington (c. h.)... Beaufort 

Watauga Falls Watauga 

Wa terlily Currituck 

Waterloo Union 

Watkins Vance 

Watkinsville Stokes 

W'atsonville Rowan 

Watts Iredell 

Waugh Iredell 

Waverly Cleveland 

waxhaw Union 

Way Union 

Way cross Sampson 

waynesville (c. h.) . . Hay wood 

Wayside S wa i n 

Weasel Ashe 

Weaversford Ashe 

weaverville Buncombe 

webster (c. h.) Jackson 



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YVeeksville Pasquotank 

Wehutt Cherokee 

"Weisner Iredell 

Welcome Davidson 

weldon Halifax 

wentworth (c./i.). Rockingham 

Wesley Surry 

West Columbus 

West Asheville Buncombe 

Westbrook Bladen 

West Durham Durham 

westend Moore 

Western Haywood 

Westfield Surry 

Westminster Guilford 

West Raleigh Wake 

Wests Mill Macon 

Westville Harnett 

Wharf Anson 

Wharton Beaufort 

Wheatmore Randolph 

Wheeler Ashe 

Whetstone Granville 

Wichard Pitt 

whitakers Edgecombe 

Whitehall Bladen 

Whitehead Alleghany 

Whitehouse Randolph 

Whitener Catawba 

Whiteplains Surry 

Whiteroad Forsyth 

Whiterock Madison 

Whiteside Cove Jackson 

White Store Anson 

whiteville (c h.) . . . .Columbus 

Whitford Jones 

Whitley Stanley 

Whitsett Guilford 

whittier Swain 

Wh i itington Wilkes 

W h y not Randolph 

Wicker Cumberland 

Wiggins Crossroads Gates 

Wilkes Store. Macon 



Wilbanks .Wilson 

Wilbar Wilkes 

Wildcat Northampton 

Wild wood Carteret 

Wiles Wilkes 

Wilhite Yancey 

wilkesboro {c.h.) Wilkes 

Wilkins Granville 

Wilkesville Robeson 

Willard Pender 

Willardville Durham 

Willeyton Gates 

Williams Yadkin 

Williamsboro Vance 

Williamsburg Iredell 

Williams Mills Chatham 

williamston (c. h.) Martin 

Willis Creek Bladen 

Willow Gates 

Willowgreen Greene 

"WILMINGTON (C.h.) 

New Hanover 

Wilrnot Jackson 

wilson (c. h.) Wilson 

§\Vilsons Mills Johnson 

Wilsons Store Stokes 

Wilton Granville 

Winchester Union 

Windsor (c.h)S Bertie 

windfall Perquimans 

Winnie Bladen 

Winslow Harnett 

Winstead Person 

Winsteadville Beaufort 

*winstcn (ch) Forsyth 

Winterville Pitt 

Winthrop Carteret 

winton (c. h.) — Hertford 

Wise Warren 

Wit Carteret 

Withers Stokes 

Wiltenberg Alexander 

Wolfcreek Cherokee 

Wolf Mountain Jackson 



Wolfsville Union 

Woodard Bertie 

Woodburn Person 

Woodford Randolph 

woodland Northampton 

Woodington Lenoir 

Woodleaf Rowan 

Woodley Chowan 

Woodsdale Person 

Woodside Rowan 

Woodville Perquimans 

Wood worth Vance 

Wooten Columbus 

Worry Burke 

Worth ville Randolph 

Wrendale Edgecombe 

Wrightsville — New Hanover 

Wyatt Wake 

Wyo Yadkin 

Wythe Harnett 

Xenia Duplin 

yadkin college Davidson 

Yadkin Falls Stanly 

Yadkin Valley Caldwell 

Yadkinville (c. h) Yadkin 

Yale Henderson 

yanceyville (c h.) — Caswell 

Yancy Person 

Yarbro Caswell 

yeatesville Beaufort 

Yellowcreek Graham 

Yerger Watauga 

Yoder Catawba 

Yokley Davidson 

York College Inst . . Alexander 

Yost Rowan 

ycungsville Franklin 

Yuma Watauga 

Zacho Granville 

Zeb Rowan 

Zionville Watauga 

Zirconia Henderson 

Zoar Union 

1 Zorah Craven 



FEES CHARGED FOR DOMESTIC MONEY-ORDERS. 



For orders not exceeding $2. 50 Scents. 

" " exceeding $ 2 50, and not exceeding $ 5 00 5 " 

5 00, " " " 10 00 8 " 

10 00, " " " 20 00 10 " 

20 00, " " " 30 00 12 " 

30 00, " " " 40 00 15 " 

40 00, " " " 50 00 18 " 

50 00, " " " 60 00 20 " 

60 00, " " " 75 00 25 " 

75 00, " " " 100 00 30 " 

No single money-order shall be issued for more than $100.00. 



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Buncombe County Officers. 

Sheriff — John A. Brookshire. 
Deputy Sheriff— F. M. Jones. 
Register of Deeds — J. J. Mackey. 
Deputy Register of Deeds — M. W. Robertson. 
County School Board — The County Commissioners. 
Clerk of School Board — J. J. Mackey, ex-officio. 
Deputy Clerk of School Board — C. B. Way. 
County Treasurer — John H. Courtney. 
County Attorney — Locke Craig. 
Coroner — L. B. McBrayer. 
Surveyor — J. W. McKoy. 
Clerk Superior Court — J. L. Cathey. 
Deputy Clerk Superior Court — J. McD. Whitson. 
Clerk Criminal Court — W. H. Wilson. 
Deputy Clerk Criminal Court — S. B. Erwin. 

Board County Commissioners — J. E. Rankin, R. C. Clayton, D. M. 
Gudger, S. F. Wells, G, M. White. 

County Superintendent of Schools — A. H. Felmet. 
Tax Collector — J. H. Weaver. 
Township Constable — M. A. Creasman. 

Court Calendar. 

U. S. Circuit and District Courts. — Western District, Chas. H. Simon- 
ton, U. S. Circuit Court Judge. Residence, Charleston, S. C. 

Robert P. Dick, U. S. District Judge, Western District, North Caro- 
lina. Residence, Greensboro, N. C. 

Thos. J. Allison, U. S. Marshal, Statesville, N. C. 

Circuit and District Courts in the Western District are held at the same 
time and place. 

Asheville, first Monday in May and November. 

Robert O. Patterson, Clerk. Residence, Asheville. 

Robert B. Glenn, U. S. Attorney. Residence, Winston, N. C. 

David A. Covington, Assist. LI. S. Attorney. Residence, Monroe, N. C. 



70 Asheville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 

Supreme Court. — 12th Judicial District, called at Raleigh on April 
20th and December 14th. 

Criminal Circuit Court. — Western District, Judge H. G. Ewart, of 
Hendersonville. Solicitor, R. S. McCall, Asheville. Haywood county, 
January 13 and June 22 ; Buncombe county, January 27, April 27, 
July 27, October 26 ; Madison county, February 10, June 8, Novem- 
ber 9 ; Henderson county, April 13, October 12. Judge may direct 
special term. 

Superior Court North Carolina, 12th District. — 

Spring term, Judge Timberlake. 

Fall term, Judge Bryan. 

Madison — fFebruary 24, fAugust 3. 

Buncombe — fMarch 9, fAugust 17, yDecetnber 7. 

Transylvania — March 30, September 7. 

Haywood — f April 6, fSeptember 14. 

Jackson — April 20, September 28. 

Macon — May 4, October 5. 

Clay— May 11, October 12. 

Cherokee — *May 18, ^October 19. 

Graham — June 1, November 9. 

Swain — June 8, November 23. 



Asheville City Government. 

Incorporated 1833. Area, 4^ square miles. Municipal election held 
first Monday in May. 

Mayor — W. J. Cocke. Mayor elected for one year. Term expires 
third Monday in May. Office, City Hall. 
City Clerk— R. J. Stokely. 
Superintendent Water Works — M. E. Roberts. 
City Engineer — B. M. Lee. 
Market Keeper— T. W. Triplett. 
City Attorney — J. C. Martin. 
City Tax Collector — S. F. Chapman. 
City Treasurer— J. E. Rankin. 
Chief of Fire Department — J. P. Sawyer. 

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Sanitary Inspector — Win. Bird. 

Board of Health— Drs. M. H. Fletcher, Chas. 8. Jordan, Chas. E. 
Hilliard, H. B. Weaver, and The Mayor. 
Aldermen (meet every Friday night) — 
1st Ward, D. D. Suttle, term expires May, 1897. 
2d Ward, B. Burnett, 
3d Ward,M. H.Fletcher," 
4th Ward, W. M. Jones, " 
At large, H. B. Carter, " 
At large, G. A. Mears, " 
Township Constable — M. A. Creasmau. 

Standing Committees. 

Finance — Jones, Burnett, Snider. 

Water — Fletcher, Suttle, Rankin. 

Street — Burnett, Mears. 

Police — Carter, Suttle, Terrell. 

Market — Mears, Fletcher, Ingle. 

Fire — Suttle, Carter, Rich. 

Street Lighting — Jones, Burnett, Field. 

Charter and Ordinance — Carter, City Attorney, The Mayor. 

Parks and Public Improvements — George S. Powell, J. P. Sawyer, 
E. B. Atkinson, W. T. Pennimau, C. T. Rawles, J. E. Dickerson, G.W. 
Pack, W. H. Penland, T. C. Smith, J. P. Kerr, The Finance Committee. 

Asheville's Assessed Wealth. 

Assessed valuation— White $4,765,940 

Colored 54,750 



Total $4,820,690 

1895. 

Taxes levied for all purposes $101,784 74 

Rate of tax on valuation— For city $1 20 (20c. for schools) 

For State and county 90 (18c. " " ) 

Total $2 10 

Taxable incomes, 1895 $55,025 00 

Tax at 1 per cent 550 25 

City Assessors — M. J. Bearden, A. T. Summey, R. J. Stokely. 



72 Asheville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 

Asheville's Indebtedness. 

Bonded debt $795,000 00- 

Floating debt 

Total debt $795,000 00 

Sinking Fund 7,181 54 

Net debt $787,818 46 

Corporate Limits. 

Section 125 of the Code of the City of Asheville says " that the cor- 
poration line of 'The City of Asheville' shall hereafter be defined and 
located as follows : Beginning in a crevice of a large rock marked with 
the letters 'A. C. L.' on the top of the mountain ridge northeast of the 
court-house and south of the highest top of said mountain and known 
as Smith's View, and running thence a straight line south seventy-four 
degrees west to the east bank of the French Broad river, thence up the 
bank of said river, passing the iron bridge and the mouth of Town 
branch to two large sycamore trees on the east bank of said river and 
marked with the letters ' A. C. L.', thence a straight line north seventy- 
four degrees east to a stake one hundred feet east of the crest of the 
mountain ridge next west of Ross's creek, then parallel with the top of 
said mountain ridge, passing one hundred feet east of Beaumont to a 
stake one hundred feet east of the beginning, and thence to the begin- 
ning." 

Ward Boundaries. 

The city is divided into nine wards, bounded as follows: 

First Ward — Beginning in the center of South Main street, where it 
crosses the southern boundary of the city limits, and moving thence 
northwardly with the center of South Main street to the center of College 
street ; thence eastwardly with the center of College street to the center of 
Davidson street; thence southwardly with the center of Davidson street 
to the center of Eagle street ; thence eastwardly with the center of Eagle 
street to the center of Valley street ; thence southwestwardly with the 
center of Valley street to the center of South Beaumont street ; thence east- 
wardly with the center of South Beaumont street its various courses to 
Beaucatcher Gap to the corporation line ; thence southwardly with the- 
corporation line to the southeast corner of the same ; thence westwardly 
with the corporation line to the place of beginning. 

Number of voters, 280. 

First precinct, Court-house. 



Asheville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 73 

Second Ward — Beginning in the center of College street opposite the 
center of Davidson street, and moving thence with the center of said 
Davidson street southwardly to the center of Eagle street ; thence east- 
wardly with the center of Eagle street to the center of Valley street ; 
thence southwestwardly with the center of Valley street to the center of 
South Beaumout street ; thence eastwardly and northwestwardly with the 
center of South Beaumont street to Beaucatcher Gap to the corporation 
line ; thence northwestwardly from the corporation line through Beau 
catcher Gap down along and with the center of College street in various 
courses to place of beginning. 

Number of voters, 275. 

Second precinct, Michaloy's store, Valley street. 

Third Ward — Beginning in the center of South Main street opposite 
the center of College street, and moving thence northwardly with the 
center of North Main street to the center of Merrimon avenue ; thence 
northeastwardly with the center of Merrimon avenue to the center of 
Chestnut street ; thence eastwardly with the center of Chestnut street 
to the center of Charlotte street ; thence northwardly with the center of 
Charlotte street to the corporation line : thence east with the corporation 
line to the northeast corner of the corporation ; thence south with the 
corporation line to Beaucatcher Gap to the center of College street ; 
thence w r est, north and west with the center of College street its various, 
courses to the place of beginning 

Number of voters, 200. 

Third precinct, Geo. F. Scott & Co 's lumber yard. 

Fourth Ward — Beginning in the center of North Main street opposite 
the center of Merrimon avenue, and moving thence northwestwardly with 
the center of Merrimon avenne to the center of Chestnut street; thence 
eastwardly with the center of Chestnut street to the center of Charlotte 
street ; thence northwardly with the center of Charlotte street to the 
corporation line where said street crosses said line ; thence west with the 
corporation line to the center of North Main street where said street crosses 
said line ; thence southwardly with the center of North Main street to 
the place of beginning. 

Number of voters, 200. 

Fourth precinct, Lindsey's store, East street, near North Main. 

Fifth Ward — Beginning in the center of North Main street opposite 
the center of Patton avenue to the center of French Broad avenue; 
thence northeastwardly with the center of French Broad avenue to the 
center of Haywood street ; thence west with the center of Haywood 
street to the center of Montford avenue; thence northwardly with the 



74 Asheville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 

center of Montford avenue to the corporation line ; thence east with the 
corporation line to the center of North Main street where the corporation 
line crosses the said street; then southwardly with the center of North 
Main street to the place of beginning. 

Number of voters, 275. 

Fifth precinct, Fanners' Warehouse, North Main street. 

Sixth Ward — Beginning in the center of Patton avenue opposite the 
center of French Broad avenue, and moving thence northeastwardly 
with the center of French Broad avenue to the center of Haywood 
street ; thence west with the center of Haywood street to the center of 
Montford avenue ; thence northwardly with the center of Montford ave- 
nue to the corporation line ; thence west with the corporation line to the 
northwest corner of the corporation on the French Broad river ; thence 
south up the river and with the corporation line to the center of Haywood 
street where the corporation line crosses the same at the iron bridge ; 
thence eastwardly with the center of Haywood street to the center of 
Spring street; thence eastwardly with the center of Spring street to the 
center of Haywood street opposite Simmons' house and store ; thence 
northeastwardly with the center of Haywood street to the center of Pat- 
ton avenue ; thence east with the center of Patton avenue to the place 
of beginning. 

Number of voters, 275. 

Sixth precinct, J. G. Duckett's store, But trick Block, Haywood Street. 

SeveniJi Ward — Beginning in the center of Main street opposite the 
center of Patton aveuue, and moving thence west with the center of 
Patton avenue to the center of Bailey street ; thence southwest with the 
center of Bailey street, crossing Southside avenue opposite the center of 
the McDowell bridge over Town branch ; thence crossing the bridge and 
southwardly with the center of Victoria avenue to the corporation line ; 
thence east with the corporation line to the center of South Main street 
where the corporation line crosses the same ; thence northwardly with 
the center of South Main street to the place of beginning. 

Number of voters, 250. 

Seventh precinct, Carter's warehouse, Patton avenue. 

E'ajhtli Ward — Beginning in the center of Patton avenue opposite the 
center of Bailey street, and moving thence southwest with the center of 
Bailey street, crossing Southside avenue opposite the center of the Mc- 
Dowell bridge over Town braneh : thence crossing the bridge and south- 
wardly with the center of Victoria avenue to the corporation line ; thence 
west with the corporation line to the center of Graham street ; thence 
northward with the center of Graham street, crossing the town branch 



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and Southside avenue to the center of French Broad avenue; thence 
northwardly with the center of French Broad avenue to the center of 
Patton avenue ; thence east with the center of Pattou avenue to the 
place of beginning. 

Number of voters, 190. 

Eighth precinct, corner Patton avenue and Grove street. 

Ninth Ward — Beginning in the center of Patton avenue opposite the 
center of French Broad avenue, and running thence southwardly with 
the center of French Broad avenue, crossing Southside avenue and the 
Town branch to the center of Graham street ; thence south with the 
center of Graham street to the corporation line ; thence west with the 
corporation line to the French Broad river and the southwest corner of 
the corporation ; thence northwardly down the river and with the corpo- 
ration line to the center of Haywood street, where the corporation line 
crosses the same at the iron bridge ; thence eastwardly with the center of 
Haywood street to the center of Spring street; thence eastwardly with 
the center of Spring street to the center of Haywood street opposite 
Simmons' house and store ; thence northeastwardly with the center of 
Haywood street to the center of Patton avenue ; thence east with the 
center of Patton avenue to the place of beginning. 

Number of voters, 170. 

Ninth precinct, McDowell & Dalton's store, near Smith's bridge. 

Police Department. 

Chief of Police— R. F. Lee. 

Office— City Hall. 

Police Captains — R L. Fitzpatrick, J. H. Brooks. 

Patrolmen. — W. G. McDowell, R. K. Stephenson, N. A Collins, Joel 
Powers, Jno. A. Lyerly, B. H. Williams, Thos. R. Harrison, Jas. W. 
Spears, J. J. Noland, F. M. Jordan, Jr., W. N. Ballard. 

Asheville Post-Office. 

Location — Federal Building, corner Haywood and Patton avenue. 

Postmaster — J. P. Kerr. 

Assistant Postmaster — E. C. Westall. 

Chief Mailing Clerk — J. C. Bradford. 

Registry and Money Order Clerk — E. C. Westall. 

General Delivery — G. H. Morris. 

Stamp Clerk — R. J. Hunt. 

Dispatching Clerk — W. W. Moore. 

Stamper — S. W. Kingsmore. 



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Carriers — W. H. Clark, N. W. Fain, J. C. Cunningham, W. M. 
Jarrett, E. L. Henry, H. L. Morris. 

Substitute Carriers — Chas. A. Evans, Jr., D. E. Cunningham. 

Money Order Hours — 9 A. m. to 5 p. m. 

General Delivery — 7 A. M. to 7 p. m. 

Stamp Window Open — 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. 

Sundays — General delivery and carriers' windows, 9 to 9:30 A. M., 6 
to 6:30 p. m. 

Asheville Public Schools. 

Members of the Board. — W. W. West, President; J. A. Nichols, W. A. 
Blair, W. E. Collins, W. F. Snider, T. V. Terrell, Secretary ; J. D. 
Eggleston, Jr. 

School Board Committees. — Orange school, J. A. Nichols ; Montford 
school, W. A. Blair; Bailey school, W. F. Snider, T. V. Terrell; Cath. 
olic Hill, W. W. West, W. E. Collins. 

J. D. Eggleston, Jr., City Superintendent. 

Orange High School — R. J. Tighe, Principal. 

Montford School — , Principal. 

Bailey School — Mrs. F. Featherston, Principal. 

Catholic Hill School — E. H. Lipscombe, Principal. 

Orange school, Orange street, brick building, erected 1888 ; contains 
ten rooms and hall ; hot air heating ; capacity 500. 

Montford school, Montford avenue, brick building, erected 1892 ; 
contains eight rooms and principal's office ; hot air heating ; capacity 
400. 

Bailey school, Bailey street, brick building, erected 1892 ; contains 
six rooms and principal's office ; hot air heating ; capacity 300. 

Catholic Hill school (colored). 

Valley street, brick building, erected 1892 ; contains seven rooms 
and principal's office ; hot air heating ; capacity 350. 

Private Schools. 

Asheville Female College, Oak street. Principal, Mrs. James Atkins. 

Home and Day School for Girls, Chestnut street. The Misses Cham- 
pion. 

Ravenscroft High School, Church street. Professor Valentine. 

Home Industrial School, Victoria street. Miss Florence Stephenson. 

Normal and Collegiate Institute, Victoria street. Dr. Thos. Law- 
rence. 

Bingham's Military School, Bingham Heights. Major R. Bingham. 



Asheville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 77 

Southern Business College, Court Square. Professor M. M. Lemmond. 

Skyland Institute, Grady street. Professor J. S. Dickey. 

Private Kindergarten, Cherry street. Miss Portner. 

School for Girls, Haywood street. Miss Harger. 

Asheville Farm School, in the country. 

Colored Industrial, College street. Miss A B. Dole. 

Calvary Preshyteriau, Parochial (colored), 103 Eagle street. Rev. 
■C. B. Dusenberry. 

St. Matthias Episcopal, Parochial (colored), Valley street. Rev. 
H. S. McDuffey. 

Fire Department. 

Consists of Standing Committee of Board of Aldermen, one chief, 
two captains, forty members. [For full description, see History of 
Asheville.] 

Fire Alarm Stations. 

The list of the fire alarm stations includes those recently added by 
the city authorities. The signals are given, location of stations, and the 
names of parties whose telephones may be used in case of fire. An 
alarm should be sent in to Central, and location of fire given. The ope- 
rator at the telephone exchange, by means of the new transmitter, will 
cause the number of the station nearest to be sounded. The alarm must 
be sent from the box when no phone is available. 
462 — Court Square. 
453 — Car Shed. J. V. Sevier, Asheville Hotel, Swannanoa Hotel, 

Reynolds' stables. 
432— Belote house, W. B. Brown. 

425 — Passenger Depot, Glenn Rock Hotel, Freight Depot, Skyland 

Furniture Co., C. E. Moody, G. F. Scott, W. H. Westall, 

Asheville Woodworking Co., Standard Oil Co., Carolina Coal 

Co., Asheville Mercantile Co. 

364 — Bailey aud Philips streets. 

352 — French and Broad and Patton avenues, Mrs. Henry, Dr. 

Merriwether, Mrs. Basler, Dick Weaver, Dr. Watson. 
343 — Buxton and Roberts streets. Asheville Milling Co., Armour 
Packing Co., Cotton Mills, McDowell & Dalton, Gay Green, 
D. H. Hughes. 
324 — Patton avenue and Haywood street. W. G. Smith, A.Whit- 
lock, C. W. Baird & Co., Western Meat Co., A. Wernwag. 
262 — Montford avenue and Haywood street. Frank O'Donnell, 
Dr. Linn, Owenbey & Son, Dr. Fletcher, Dr. Ballard, J. V. 
Brown, Dr. Minor, Mrs. Koppelberger. 



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254 — Cherry and Flint streets. 

24(>— North Main and Woodfin streets. Dr. Burroughs, W. H. 
Owen bey. 

235 — East street. L. Maddux, J. H. McConnell, Colonel Woolsey, 
Larkin Gwin. 

172 — Atkin and Valley streets. Gas Works, Mrs. Glasser, County 
Jail. 

164 — South Main and City Limits. McDowell & Johnson, Mis& 
Comstock, Miss Vaughn, Normal and Collegiate Institute. 

163 — Southside avenue and McDowell street. Carolina Wood- 
working Co. 

154 — Cocke's residence. William J. Cocke, H. T. Collins. 

153 — Chestnut street and Merrimon avenue. Mrs. Polly, G. W. 
Pack, Mrs. Long, J. M. Westall, J. E. Rankin, T. F. Da- 
vidson, Captain Budd, John Beattie, Miss Denne. 

146 — Jefferson Drive and West Haywood street. Dr. Mebane, Dr. 
Millender, Robinson. 

145 — Charlotte and Chestnut streets. Captain Patton, C. E. Gra- 
ham, Winyah House, Mrs. Schirrmeister, H. M. Steele, 
C. T. C. Deake. 

138— Montford avenue and Cullowhee street. C. W. Brown, Duff 
Merrick, F. R. Grant, W. E. Collins, Mrs. Bestor, Miss 
Sturdevant. 

137 — North Main street and Starnes avenue. T. F. Malloy, F. B. 
Camp, Dr. Starnes. 

136 — College and Pine streets. Asheville Female College, Mission 
Hospital, Oaks Hotel, J. S. Fullam. 

128 — Chestnut street and Central avenue. Dr. Weaver, W. E. 
Wolfe, T. C Smith, J. H. Woody. 

127 — Pine and Mountain streets. Ella Chapman, Belle Caldwell. 

— From Keeler'x Guide. 

Street Lighting. 

The public streets and highways of the city are lighted by 93 electric 
lights, costing $96 per lamp per annum, under contract with the West 
Asheville Improvement Company, the contract terminating in 1897. 

Banks. 

First National Bank — South Court square. Capital, $100,000. Sur- 
plus, $20,000. Incorporated 1885. 

President, W. E. Breese. Vice-President, R. R. Rawls. W. H. 



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Penland, Cashier. Directors : W. E. Breese, R. R. Rawls, W. H. Pen- 
land, G. W. Fletcher, J. E. Dickerson. 

National Bank of Aslteville — Court- square and Patton avenue. Capi- 
tal, 8K»0, 000. Surplus, 820,000. 

President, W. W. Barnard. Vice-President, Theo. F. Davidson. 
Cashier, W. J. Cocke. 

Incorporated as State bank in 1879, as National bank in 1888. 

Directors: W. W. Barnard, Theo F. Davidson, W. J.Cocke, W. T. 
"Weaver, W. B. Williamson. 

Batter)/ Park Bank— Patton avenue. Capital, $100,000. Surplus, 
$14,000. Incorporated 1891. 

President, J. P. Sawyer. Vice-President, O. M. Coxe. Cashier, 
J. E. Rankin. Directors: J. P. Sawyer, O. M. Coxe, J. E. Rankin, 
E. P. McKissick, Tenche Coxe, T. C. Smith, C. T. Rawls. 

Western Carolina Bank — West Court Square. Capital, 850,000. Sur- 
plus, 825,000. Incorporated 1888. 

President, Lewis Maddux. Vice-President, M. J. Bearden. Cashier, 
L. P. McCloud. Directors: Lewis Maddux, M. J. Bearden, L. P. Mc- 
Cloud, H. T. Collins, W. G. Smith, A. M. Field, J. D. Robertson, J. E. 
Reed . 

Blocks and Buildings. 

Barnard Building, Court square and Patton avenue. 

Campbell Building, Church street. 

Dickerson Building, South Court square. 

Drhumor Block, Patton avenue and Church street. 

First National Bank Building, South Court square. 

Hendry Block, North Court square. 

Hilliard Building, South Main street. 

Johnston Building, South Court square. 

Legal Building, South Court square. 

Maxwelton Block, Patton avenue. 

Opera House Block, Patton avenue. 

Paragon Building, Patton avenue and Haywood street. 

Powell & Snider Building, Court square and Patton avenue. 

Post-office, Patton avenue and Haywood. 

Rawls' Block, West Court square. 

Sondley Building, Patton avenue and Church street. 



£0 Asheville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 

Halls. 

Asheville Club, Pattoii avenue. 
Armory, Court-house, third floor. 
Campbell Hall, Church street. 
Gram! Opera House, Patton avenue. 
Hilliard Hall, South Main street. 
Masonic Hall, 33 Patton avenue. 

" " (colored), 19 North Main street. 

Jr. O. U. A. M. Hall, Paragon Building, corner Haywood and Pat- 
ton avenue. 

Y. M. C. A. Hall, 26 Patton avenue. 

Y. M. I. Hall (colored), corner Market and Eagle streets. 

Charitable Institutions. 

[For history of these, see History of Asheville, subject, Charities.] 

Children's Home. (See History of Asheville, subject, Charities.) 

Flower Mission — General office, City Hall. President, Mrs. E. H. 
Morrison ; Secretary, Mrs. M. E. Child. Meets monthly, first Monday, 
Haywood street. 

Kindergarten Association — President, Mrs. J. G. Martin; Secretary, 
Mrs. Geo. T. Davis. Meets Y. M. C. A. Hall, monthly, third Monday, 
4:30 p. m. 

Lindley Training (Rescue) School — President, Mrs. A. E. Pease; Sec- 
retary, Mrs. A. E. Lord. Board meets at Mrs. M. E. Hilliard's, South 
Mains street. 

Mission Hospital — Corner Charlotte and Woodfin streets. President, 
Mrs. E. H. Morrison; Secretary, Mrs. M. E. Child; Treasurer, Miss 
E. L. Patton. 

Woman's Reformatory— -Office, City Hall. Matron, Mrs. T. C. Collins. 

Churches. 

First Baptist Church — Cor. College and Spruce sts.; Rev. J. S. Felix, 
D.D., pastor; J. H. Tucker, supt. S. S.; clerks: enrolling, J. B Sut- 
tle; recording, E. B. Stradley ; receiving, J. L. Rich; treas., W. C. 
Stradley ; church membership, 811; S. S. membership, 402. Morn- 
ing service, 11; evening service, 8:30; S. S. service, 9:30. 

French Broad Baptist — Cor. French Broad and Patton ave.; Rev. M. 
A. Adams, pastor ; J. L. Wagner, supt. S. S.; L. P. Clark, clerk ; J. L. 
Wagner, treas.; membership, 100; S. S. membership, 50. Morning 
service, 11; evening service, 8:30; S. S. service, 9:30. 



Asiieville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 81 

West End Baptist — Buxton St.; Rev. A. E. Brown, pastor; W. E. 
Logan, treas.; D. N. Durham, clerk; W. J. Hough, supt. S. S; 
church membership, 200 ; S. S. membership, 125. Morning service, 
11 ; evening service, 8:30; S. S. service, 9:30. 

Christian Church — Cor. Woodfin and Spruce sts.; Rev. J. B. Dickson, 
pastor; F. McCrary and Geo. W. Culburn, elders; F. B. Miles, supt. 
S. S.; church membership, 37 ; S. S. membership, 40. Morning service, 
11 ; evening service, 8:30; S. S. service, 9:30. 

Trinity Episcopal Church — Church St.; Rev. McNeely Dubose, rector; 
H. D. Child, supt. S. S.; wardens, T. W. Patton, J. H. Law ; treas., 
H. A. Miller; sec'y, J- H. Lee; church membership, 310; S. S. mem- 
bership, 100. Morning service, 11; evening service, 6 ; S. S. service, 5. 

Jewish Synagogue — Hilliard Hall ; Congregation Beth Ha-Tephilla; A. 
Whitlock, pres.; S. Lipinsky, treas.; B. Whitlock, sec'y; S. Lipinsky? 
supt. S. S ; church membership, 23 ; S. S. membership, 30. Morning 
service, 11 ; 8. S. service, 9:30. 

Lutheran — St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, services in Y. M. 
C. A. Hall, Patton ave.; Rev. L. E. Busby, pastor; J. M. Roberts? 
sec'y ; A. Ottinger, treasurer ; church membership, 52 ; S. S. member, 
ship, 38. Morning service, 11 ; S. S. 9:30. 

Central M. E. Church, South — Church st ; Rev. H. F. Chreitzberg, 
D.D., pastor; M. J. Bearden, chairman of board of stewards; C. W. 
Brown, treas.; W. H. Penland, supt. S. S.; church membership, 500; 
S S. membership, 250. Morning service 11; evening service, 8:30 ; 
■S. S. service, 9:30. 

Haywood St. M. E. Church, South — West Haywood and Buttrick sts.; 
Rev. W. H. Willis, pastor; Wm. Turner, chairman board of stewards; 
J. A. Mims, sec'y and treas. ; Wm. Turner, supt. S. S.; church mem- 
bership, 225 ; 8. S. membership, 250. Morning service, 11; evening 
service, 8:30 ; S. S. service, 9:30. 

North Asiieville M. E. Church, South — Cor. Center and West sts.; Rev. 
E. L. Bain, pastor; J. H. Weaver, pres.; T. L. Hynd man, sec'y; J. H. 
Weaver, supt. S. S.; church membership, 140; S. S. membership, 125. 
Morning service, 11; evening service, 8:30; S. S. service, 9:30. 

Bethel M. E. Church, South — Blanton st.; Rev. J. M. Downum, pastor ; 
L. B. Alexander, supt. S. S ; P. Mears, treas.; J. R. Baird, chairman 
board of stewards ; church membership, 120; S. S. membership, 100. 
Morning service, 11 ; evening service, 8:30 ; S. S. service, 9:30. 

First Presbyterian Church — Church st.; Rev. R. F. Campbell, D.D., 
pastor ; H. N. Lockwood, clerk of session ; F. M. Mitchell, treasurer ; 



82 Asheyille City Directocy — Miscellaneous. 

J. D. Murphy, supt. S. S.; church membership, 400; S. S. membership, 
175. Morning service, 11; S. S. service, 9:30. 

Southside Presbyterian Church — Southside ave.; Rev. H. M. Parker, 
pastor; A. T. Suminey, clerk; J. B. Shoup, treasurer and supt. S. S.; 
church membership, 35 ; S. S. membership, 100. Morning service, 11 ; 
evening service and S. S., 4. 

Oakland Heights Presbyterian Church — Victoria, near Oakland Heights 
Hotel; Rev. J. H. Polhemus, pastor; Samuel Jeffrey, elder; church 
membership, 90; S. S. membership, 275. Morning service, 11 ; even- 
ing service, 8:30; S. S. service, 9:30. 

St. Lawrence's Roman Catholic — Haywood st ; Rev. Father Marion, 
priest; church membership, 300; S. S. membership, 75. Morning 
service, 11 ; S. S. service, 9:30. 

Unitarian Church — Meets in Hilliard Hall; H. A. Westell, pastor; 
trustees: Capt. Geo. T. Davis, J. M. Westell, John Law; membership, 
27. Morning service, 11. 

First Baptist Church (colored) — Cor. Pine and Hazzard sts.; Rev. W. 
T. Minter, D.D., pastor ; E. H. Lipscombe, supt. S. 8.; church member- 
ship, 500; S. S. membership, 200. Morning service, 11 ; day service, 3; 
evening service, 8:30 ; S. S. service, 9:30. 

Mount Zion Baptist Church (colored) — Cor. Eagle and Spruce sts.; 
Rev. J. R. Nelson, pastor ; E. H. Lipscombe, supt. S. S. Morning 
service, 11; evening service, 8:30; S. S. service, 3. 

A. M. E. Zion Church (colored) — Cor. College and Pine sts.; Rev. F. 
M. Jacobs, pastor; Robert Hayden, sec'y and treas.; Thos. D. Leather- 
wood, supt. S. S.; church membership, 500; S. S membership, 250. 
Morning service, 11; day service, 3; evening service, 8:30; S. S. 
service, 9:30. 

A. M. E. Mission Church (colored) — Baily st., near Patton ave.; Rev. 
L D. Hampton, pastor; Miss Mary Avery, supt. S. S.; church mem- 
bership, 26; S. S. membership, 20. Morning service, 11; clay service, 
3; evening service, 8:30; S. S. service, 9:30. 

A M. E. Church (colored) — Hildebraud st. , near Pine; Rev. James 
Tate, pastor ; Chas. Fowler, sec'y; Mrs. Emma Miller, treas.; Elijah 
Scott, supt. S. S.; church membership, 110; S. S. membership, 67. 
Morning service, 11 ; evening service, 7:30; S. S. service, 9:30. 

St. Matthias Episcopal (colored) — Cor. Beaumont and Valley ; H. S. 
McDuffey, rector ; H. B. Bronn, sec'y; James Miller, senior warden ; 
Sin Howard, treas.; church membership, 118; S. S. membership, 85. 
Morning service, 11 ; evening service, 4:30 ; S. S. service, 9:30. 



Asheville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 83 

M. E. Church (colored) — College street, near Pine ; Rev. G. W. More- 
head, pastor ; Mrs. A. E. Morehead, supt. S. S.; John Downs, treasurer; 
Miss Lather Alexander, sec'y ; church membership, 70; S. S. member- 
ship, 15(3. Morning service, 11; evening service, 8:30; S. 8. service, 
9:30. 

Calvary Presbyterian Church (colored) — 103 Eagle st. ; Rev. C. B. 
Dusenbury, pastor; Miss Mary Martin, sec'y; D. A. Leak, supt. S. S.; 
church membership, 60; S. S. membership, 100. Morning service, 11; 
evening service, 8:30 ; S. S service, 9:30. 

Bethany Presbyterian Church (colored) — West Haywood st. ; Rev. J. 
S. Morrow, pastor ; C. J. Morrow, supt. S. S ; church membership, 75 ; 
S. S. membership, 50. Morning service, 11; evening service, 8:30; 
S. S. service, 3. 

Cemetery. 

Riverside Cemetery — Western part of the city, overlooking the French 
Broad river. Riverside Cemetery Association : President, T. W. Patton; 
Secretary, M. J. Bearden. Incorporated 1885. 

Coal Companies. 

Asheville Ice and Coal Company — Office 23 Patton ave.; President, H. 
T. Collins; Vice-President, W. E. Logan ; E. E. Eagan, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

Carolina Coal Co. — 32 Patton ave.; President, F. M. .Weaver; Man- 
ager, H. A. Miller. 

Moody's Coal Co. and Wood Yard — East Court square; Manager, C. 
E. Moody. 

Library. 

Library Association — Building, Church street ; President, Geo. S. Pow- 
ell ; Secretary, Miss H. A. Champion ; Treasurer, W. B. Williamson ; 
Librarian, Miss E J. Hatch. Library open 10 to 1, mornings; after- 
noons, April to October, 4 to 7 ; October to April, 3 to 6. 

For full description, see History of Asheville. 

Newspapers. 

Daily Citizen — Afternoon, daily and semi-weekly; 6 N. Court place. 
Gazette — Morning, daily and weekly ; 4 N. Court place. 
State Register — Weekly, South Court place. 
State Reporter — Weekly, South Court place. 
Skyland News — Weekly, N. Court place. 



84 Asheville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 

Colored Enterprise — Weekly, S. Court Place. (See left side line.) 
Epworth News — Semi-monthly, E Court place. 
Southern Baptist — Monthly, N. Court place. 
Tar-Heel Knight — Monthly, N. Court place. 
Fuller's Gleaner — Occasionally, E. Court place. 

Notaries Public. 

A. S. Barnard, P. H. Branch, Neptune Buckner, W. M Clarke, Roy T. 
Denison, S. T. Dorsett, L. A. Farinholt, W. B. Gwyn, G. L. Hackney,. 
T. A. Jones, A. J. Lyman, L. P. McLoud, Duff Merrick, J. G. Mer- 
rimon, Fred Moore, Haywood Parker, Wm. Schoenheit, W. E. Shu- 
ford, J. W. Summers, F. W. Thomas, J. H. Tucker, J. W. Whitson. 

Secret Organizations. 

Clubs. Societies, Leagues, Etc. 

[For description of many of the following clubs, etc., see History of 
Asheville.] 

Asheville Club. 

Rooms, third floor Drhumor Building. President, W. W. West; Sec- 
retary, E. I. Holmes. 

Asheville Orchestra. 

C. N. Webster, manager. Meets every Wednesday 8 : 30 p. m., Y. 
M. C. A. rooms. 

American Order United Workmen. 

Council No. 2, meets North Court square. 

Carpenters' Union. 

Meets Jr. A. U. A. M. Hall, Paragon Building, Tuesday nights. 

Christian Endeavor. 

Meets every Sunday 7:30 p. m., First Presbyterian church. 

Clerks' Union. 

President, J. L. Wagner ; Secretary, J. 0. Blair. Meets Hilliard 
Hall every other Tuesday. 

Democratic Club. 

Rooms, 13 S. Main, Johnston Building, 3d floor. 

Epworth Leagues. 

Central Epworth League- — Central M. E. Church, Sunday nights be- 
fore service. 



Asheville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 85 

W. Asheville League— W. Asheville M. E. Church, Rev. E. L. Bain. 
Meets Sunday nights before service. 

Bethel League — Bethel M. E. Church, Rev. J. M. Dowuum. Meets 
Friday nights. 

Haywood Street League — Haywood Street M. E. Church, Rev. W. H. 
Willis. Meets Sunday nights before service. 

Golden Cross. 

Meets in Starnes's undertaker's office, N. Main, 1st and 3d Thurs- 
days. 

Grand Army of the Republic. 

Marion Roberts Post No. 41. Commander, W. H. Deaver ; Adju- 
tant, Otto Hildebrand ; meets 4th day each month, 12 m., No. 12 North 

Court square. 

Independent Order Heptasophs. 

Asheville Conclave No. 405, meets Campbell Building, Church 
street, 2d and 4th Mondays. 

Independent Order Odd Fellows. 

Swannanoa Lodge No. 5 — Meets Campbell Building, Church street,. 
Tuesdays. 

Asheville Encampment No. 2 — Meets Campbell Building, Church 
street, 1st and 3d Fridays. 

Sulphur Springs Lodge — West Asheville. 

Junior Order United American Mechanics. 
Asheville Council, No. 6. Meets Monday nights, Paragon Building. 

Knights of the Ancient Essenic Order. 
Land of the Sky Seuate No. 817. Hilliard Hall, monthly. 

Knights of Honor. 
Swanuanoa Lodge, No. 646. Meets every 1st and 3d Monda; Hil- 
liard Hall. 

Knights and Ladies of Honor. 

Blue Ridge Lodge No. 1799. Meets Lindsey's studio, Tuesdays. 

Knights of Pythias. 
Pisgah Lodge No. 32. Meets Hilliard Hall, Thurdays. 
Knights of Pythias (Colored). 

Eureka Lodge No. 3. Meets Masonic Hall, 19 N. Main street, 1st 

and 3d Fridays. 

Lawyers' Library Association. 

President, J. G. Merrimon. Rooms, Legal Block. 



86 Asheville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 

Masonic Fraternities. 

Mt Vernon Lodge No. 118 — A. F. arid A. M. Meets Masonic Hall, 
33 Patton avenue, 1st Thursday. 

Asheville Lodge No. 4.10—A. F. and A. M. Meets Masonic Hall, 3d 
Thursday. 

Asheville Chapter No. 2o— Meets Masonic Hall, 2d Thursday. 

Oyrene Commandery, Knight* Templar, No. 5 — Meets Masonic Hall, 
4th Thursday. 

Colored. 

Venus Lodge No. 6&. — Meets Masonic Hall, 19 N. Main street, 2d and 
4th Mondays. 

Beauty of the West No. £0 — Meets Masonic Hall, 19 N. Main street, 
1st and 3d Mondays. 

Medical Society of Buncombe County. 

Meets 1st and 3d Mondays, City Hall, 8:30 p. m. President, Dr. L. 
B McBrayer ; Secretary, Dr. J. H. Woodcock. 

Military Companies. 

Asheville Light Infantry — Captain T. W. Bookhart ; First Lieuten- 
ant, R. S. Stewart; Second Lieutenant, A. E. Rankin. Meets in Ar- 
mory every Friday night. 

National Union. 

Beaumont Council No. 589. Meets 2d Friday, K. of P. Hall. 

Royal Arcanum. 

French Broad Council No. 701. Meets 2d and 4th Monday nights, 
Hilliard Hall. 

'.Republican Club. 

Rooms, 9 S. W. Court square, 3d floor. 

Society Prevention Cruelty to Animals. 

President, Dr. A. . M. Ballard ; Secretary, W. S. Cushman. Meets 
4:30 p. M., No. 2 Legal Block, 1st Tuesday. 

Sons United Confederate Veterans. 

Meets at Battery Park Hotel. Commander, £. P. McKissick ; Sec- 
retary, C. F. Ray. 

Swannanoa Country Club. 

Rooms, Club House, Battery Park Hill ; Hunting Lodge, 2-| miles 
southwest of the city. President, Dr. S. Westray Battle ; Secretary, 
J. P. Arthur. 



Asheville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 87 

Typographical Union. 
Meets Citizen Office, 1st Monday each month. 

United Confederate Veterans. 

Zebulon Vance Encampment. Commander, Colonel J. M. Ray; Ad- 
jutant, W. W. West. Meets 22d day each mouth, 11 a. m., Hilliard 
Hall. 

White Cross Society. 

President, T. W. Patton ; Secretary, L. B. Alexander ; Treasurer, 
George L. Hackney. Meets 3d Tuesday each month, Y. M. C. A. rooms 
8 : 30 p. M. 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union. 

Meets Y. M. C. A. rooms, 4:30 p. m. last Thursday each month. 
President, Mrs. M. A. Hilliard ; Secretary, Mrs. K. P. Jones. 

Woodmen of the World. 

Balsam Camp No. 1. Meets 2d and 4th Wednesdays, 39 Patton ave. 

Young Men's Christian Association. 

Rooms, Patton avenue. President, W. A. Blair ; Secretary, J. P. 
Kerr ; Treasurer, J. H. Weaver ; General Secretary, O. B. Van Horn. 

Young Men's Christian Association (Ladies' Auxiliary). 

President, Miss Susie Yeatman ; Secretary, Miss M. A. Garrett ; 
Treasurer, Miss Mollie Erwin. Meets 2d Monday each month, Y. M. C. 
A. rooms, 4 : 30 p. m. 

Points of Interest 

With their Distance from Asheville. 

Miles-. 

Armstrong's Chalybeate Springs 2: 

Battery Park in the city 

Beaumont, altitude 2,800 feet in the city 

Bingham Heights 3 

Fernihurst (Connally's View) 2 

Senator Vance's Grave 2 

Hazzard Heights 3 

Oakland Heights 1 

Riverside Park 3 

Richmond Hill (Pearson's View) 3 

Sunset Drive 3 

Tahkeeostah Farm 1 



^88 Asiieville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 

Miles. 

Tennant's View 5 

Top of Town Mountain 1 

Vanderbilt Park 4 

Woodfin Mountain 2 

Elk Mountain 5 

Henderson ville .. 21 

Gouche's Peak (Reynold's View ) 5 

Strawberry Hill (Clark's Farm) 4 

French Broad River (nearest point) 1 

" " " with drives of 50 

Swannanoa River (nearest point) 2 

" " with drives of lb' 

Sulphur Springs 5 

Blackwell's White Sulphur Springs 12 

Dula's Springs 10 

Arden Park — 1 10 

Reems' Creek Falls 10 

Alexander 10 

Craggy Mountain (to foot) 14 

(to top, 6,000 feet) 18 

Mount Mitchell (to foot) __. 18 

(to top, 6,717 feet) 27 

Hot Springs, on French Broad River 31 

AVaynesville, White Sulphur Springs 32 

Hickory Nut Fall 25 

Bald Mountain (of volcanic notoriety) 28 

Cave of Winds, Pools, Chimney Rock, etc 28 

Pisgah Mountain (5,757) 25 

Swannanoa Gap 15 

Cresar's Head 40 

— From Keeler's Guide. 



Asheville City Directory — Miscellaneous. 89 

RATES AND DISTANCES. 



DESTINATION. 



Augusta, Ga. . 

Atlanta, Ga. . . 
Savannah, Ga. 
St. Augustine, Fla 



Rate 



Columbia, S. C . . 5 

Charleston, S. C 

Macon, Ga 

Birmingham, Ala. . . 

New Orleans, La 

Knoxville, Tenn .... 
Chattanooga, Tenn . . . 

Nashville, Tenn j 12 

Memphis, Tenn ; 16 

Louisville, Ivy [ 12 

( 'incinnati, O I 12 

St. Louis, Mo j 20 

Chicago, 111 20 

Raleigh, N. C 8 

Salisbury, N. C I 4 





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262 


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272 


60 


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DESTINATION. 



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Wilmington, N. C. . . 
Greensboro, N. C. . . 

Danville, Va 

Lynchburg, Va 

Charlottesville, Va.. 

Richmond, Va 

Washington, D. C. . . 

Baltimore, Md 

Philadelphia, Pa. . . . 
New York, N. Y 

Boston, Mass 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Norfolk, Va 

Old Pt. Comfort, Va 
Jacksonville, Fla. . . 
Goldsboro, N. C. . . . 



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All streets, Avenues, etc., are arranged in alphabetical order. W&& 
The numbers of the houses are arranged in order of sequence from 
-one to the limit of the street, and the name of the occupant is given 
opposite each number. This department of the Directory also 
shows the starting point and direction of each street and Avenue, 
the intersecting streets and the points at which they intersect. 
The occupations of a few of the business and professional men 
have been inserted after their names. However, this was due toa ^ 
misunderstanding of one of the canvassers and time has not been * ^ 
allowed for correction. 

For the occupation of house holders, please refer to alphabeti- ^ 

cal list of names. o 

Court square is the central point of the City. College street EE 

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Idleuiild Floral Company 

For fine Rosebuds and Cut Flowers and 
Bedding Plants. 

Store 44 Patton Ave. 

Greenhouses : CHARLOTTE ST. 
Phone 132. 



Asheville Foundry I Machine Shop ^ 

J. J. Cole, Proprietor. 



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Dealers in New and Second- 
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ASTON, from Church s w to 
limits, 2 s of Patton ave. 

ATKIN, from South Main s e 
to limits, 3 s of ct sq. 
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13 Priestly J M, c 
16 Copening Wesley, c 



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24 McCarty C C 
24^ B'ackwood J T 

25 Carter J H 
29 A^acant 

Hedden E C 
Sanford Mrs F R 
Vacant 
Justice G W 
McDonald G L 
56 Heston J M 
60 Price T A 
60 Donnan G W 

69 Thornburg C W 

70 Redwood H 

73 Heaven G 

74 Bon Air (The) 

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24 Priestly S, c 
39 Campbell J M 
37 Alston MrsL C 
41 Wills A J 

Edgeioood car intersects 

ATKINSON, from Hill and 
Haywood n w to limits, 5 w 
of Montford ave. 

AUGUSTA, (continuation of 
Josephine) from Murdockave 
to limits, 1 n e of Hillside. 

A VERY, (Riverside drive) from 
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near to the Sou Ry and 
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83 Lee R H 

84 Davis A C 

87 Maschker K A 

Phillips intersects 

88 Walker Mrs C 

g^ Welles Edward B 

95 Schultz F 

96 Hatch Col L N 
98 Evans Charles 

101 Featherston Mrs Fannie 

104 Blomberg L 

105 Pelham S D 



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Mcpherson & curk, 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters, 

Steam and Hot Water Heating. 

45 College Street, Asueville. 
Phone 133. 



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Office 49 Patton Avenue. Room 24. 



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137 Hudgins P M 


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139 Woodson Mrs H D 


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140 Corpening W G 


315 Wheeler D C 


147 Friedman J 


318 Smathers Dr Wexler 


156 Jones F M 


321 Vacant 


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323 NorvellT W 


161 Lewis Miss Raven 


325 Blalock James 


178 Banks Peter, c 


326 Brown L 


Hollman Adams, c 


330 Garrin J R 


Tohnson Louis, c 


331 Sprouse W J 


179 Patton W H 


334 Phillips Mrs S J 


182 Young Mrs Eva 


Hampton Miss Maggie 


i82rClemens B, c 


340 Jenkins A E 


Hunt J A, c 


344 Bookstaver Mrs H M 



SHEVBLLE . . 
DVERTISING 

IGENCY .... 



< Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
J Control City Street Car Advertising. 
1 Prepare and plac Newspaper Advertising 
v Contractors lor Western North Carolina 



Myers D, c 
190 Brooks Mrs Jennie 
197 Atkins T S 
199 Chandley E F 
201 Whitehead Long 

203 Machin John 

Silver intersects 
205 Evans S J R 

204 Bailey St school, s e cor 
Silver 

209 Vacant 

301 Mitchell Mrs N 

319 Sams J B 

WALTER B. QWYN, 

I^eal Estate 

Established 1881. 

Drhumor Block, Cor. Patton 

Ave. and Church St. . . . — — ^^*- 

Refers to Banks and Leading Business 
M^n of Asheville. 



398 McCorkle Martha, c 

400 Beck G W 

402 Perrimon Silas, c 

405 Foster W M 

407 Hemphill Thomas, c 

409 Weaver Wilks, c 

419 Vacant 

426 Smith J C 



BAILEY (short) 1 e from 
Bailey, rear Bailey st school. 
10 7 Gage Frank, c 
306 Taylor S 

314 Robinson Philice, c 

316 Warren Silas & Young, c 

315 Holcombe W T 
320 Lyerly A A 

324 Owens Win 

325 r McCounaughey George 
328 Duckworth WJ 

399 Vacant 



THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, 

W ine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and ) 
vicinity. Fkank O'Donnell, Proprietor, j" 



19 N. Main Street, 

7 & ly, W. College Street, 

Asheville, N. C. 



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And Carriage and 
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153 MARKET STREET. 

BAILEY (Short)— Continued 
401 Connelly Demps, c 
403 McDaniel Thomas, c 
405 Vacant 

Weaver Rufus, c 

McCarson Mrs Bertha 

Pace H L 

Pollard James, c 



27 Hood J N 
31 Vacant 



411 

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BAIRD, from Charlotte s e to 
Sunset Drive, 3 n Woodfin. 
40 Hall H E 
50 Davidson Col A T 



BEAUMONT (south), 

Valley s e to limits. 
101 Palmer Marion, c 
Sorrel intersects 
105 Dalton Alice, c 
109 Jackson Laura, c 
1 15 Lytle Rosa, c 
125 Porter RB,c 

137 Young Mrs Dovie 

138 Shelton Butler, c 

155 Downs John, c 

156 Moore Clem, c 
158 Jackson Dock, c 
160 Smith G, c 

162 Hunt J R, c 
166 Williams J A, c 
175 Raysville M, c 
\11 Carter J, c 



from 



W. M. HILL \ CO. 



Fine Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Yeal, Pork. 
Game in season. 

e Phone 66. 



66 Holmes E I 
96 Wilson Sallie, c 
98 Garden AS, f 

Chunn intersects 

Reed intersects 
North Pine intersects 

BARTLETT, from Bailey n w 
to French Broad ave, thence 
s w to Depot, 5 s of Patton 
ave. 

Blanton intersects 



BEARDEN AVE, from Mont- 
ford ave n e to Cumberland 
ave, 3 n w of Haywood. 

15 Neville Mrs O L 

16 Bourne S M 
18 McLoud LP 
20 Erwin M 

22 Melton Allen L 



178 Smith H, c 

180 Walk Henry, c 

181 Gibson B, c 
Miller L W, c 

213 Goins P A 

219 Nelson Rev Jacob R, c 

220 Wilson H, c 
250 Evans E, c 

BEAUMONT (north), from 
College s and s e to limits 6, 
e of North Main. 



Thinly a H]oment 

If you had a pair of Lasts fitted 
(free of charge) you would get 
Absolute Comfort in footwear 

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..ROBERTS,.. 

83 N. Main St. - Asheville, N. C. 



line of 



PIANOS and ORGANS 



on easy installments, at 
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.J 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



du ration I Soaps , Sp ong,s 

Avpnnp I and Perfumery 
xxvciiuc. j always onhand 



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BENNETT, from Merrimon 
ave e to limits, i n of North 
Main. 
i Harmon C J 

2 Mosseller J S 

BLAKE, from Montford ave n 
e to Cumberland ave, 4 n w 
of Haywood. 

3 Andersen H P 

6 Vacant 

7 Jones Mrs B D 

8 Kane John K 



Real Estate 



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LV and Renting. 

j> W. N. R OUND Y, 
54 Patton Aye. (opp. Pustofttee.) Tel. 190 Jj 



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BORDER, from Chestnut n e 
to Hillside, 7 e of North 
Main 

Broad intersects 



BLANTON, from Silver s w to 
Southside ave, 1 w of Bailey. 
2 Britt Wm 

Murray Wm 
10 Jarrett O R 
22 Monteath Mrs Susan 



BRICK, from Poplar s 
Mountain and thence 
limits. 

19 Moore Tempie, c 

20 Sigmer B C, c 

Hildebrand intersects 
22 Nelson Miss Cora 
27 Hunt Mamie, c 



to 
to 



RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 



Thirty old, reliable 

stock companies. 



Insurance. 



Johnston Building, 13 Court 

Square, Asheville, N. C. 



24 Burton CH,c 


2 7rLawrence John, c 


37 Overcash H J 


25 Simmonds Thomas 


50 Falk C 


Poplar intersects 


5 1 Loftis J F 


29 Smith Carrie, c 


58 Davis W A 


30 Donley Robert, c 


60 Britt G W 


Mountain intersects 


97 McCanless J M 


32 Higgins Miss Sarah 


98 McCanless S A 


36 Wallace Jane, c 


Phijer intersects. 


40 Pryor Samuel, c 


1 01 Williams J M 


43 Forney Ann, c 


103 Spurlin J M 


46 Chambers Andrew, c 


122 Nichols Mrs Mary 


47 Swepson Calvin, c 


125 Hartsell I A 


59 Berry Mamie, c 




73 Wood W W 


C. E. nOODT, 


139 Dickson Isaac, c 


20 N. Court Square, 






BROAD, from Merrimon ave 


Coal, Wood, Lime, Cement, 


s e to Charlotte, 5 n of North 


Charcoal, Coke. 


Main. 

Liberty intersects 


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vets, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Corsets, Embroideries, L.aces, etc. 

H. REDWOOD & CO., 7 and 9 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



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Fish, Game & Poultry 



Hill intersects 



Phone 195 

Central Market, 
Stall E 



BROAD — Continued 
Border intersects 

99 Earwood W R 
103 Justice R B 

Madison ace intersects 
127 Salter Lawrence, c 

129 Stewart R S 

130 Lyle W S 

131 Hackney G L 
Waldorf S 

135 Parker G A 
143 Robertson M W 



BUXTON, from Haywood w to 


Roberts, 1 w of Park ave. 


16 


Mayton, J T 




Hughes Mrs N A 


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May H P 


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Bruton D W 


27 


Hughes T J 


28 


Bruton W B 


29 


Gorrell L F 


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Rogers T L 


33 


Pittillo R L 




S e cor Hughes J H 




Green intersects 



CAROLINE, from Augustas e 
to Charlotte, 1 n e of Mur- 
dock ave. 



Candies, 



A big stock Fruits. Candies, Stationery, 
Cigars and Tobacco, at 
ALLEN'S Fruit and Cigar Store, 

Opposhe Post-ctiice. 



BUTTRICK, from Patton ave 
n w to limits. 6 w of North 
Main. 
6 Vacant 

Haij wood intersects 
8 Asheville Foundry and Ma- 
chine Shop 
8 Asheville Bone Meal Mill 
8 Evans Charles, tobacco 
manufacturer 
Willis Rev W H 
Wilson Thomas 
Duckett T B 
20 Jarrett W M 
26 Prater Mrs M'A 

31 Rice C L 

32 Bennett C E 

33 Withers Mary, r 

35 Stradwick A W 

36 Brown Robert, c 

37 Johnson Samuel, c 



CARTER. 
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CATHOLIC AVE, from Valley 

e to limits, 1 n e of S Main. 

1 Byers A L 

3 Leak A D, c 

5 Randall John, c 

7 Abell Alfred, c 
Hamilton James, c 

9 Henderson Lucy, c 
19 Gray M T, c 
21 Smith Wilson, c 

Private Boarding 

19 South Main Street. 



pleasant location; on Car Xine, 
. . . {Terms Reasonable . . . 



ASHEVILLE 

Telephone 95. 



STEAM LAUNDRY, 

43 WEST COLLEGE STREET. 






WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., 

Pharmacist ami <'hemist. 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



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25 Smith A, c 

29 Hames Robert, c 

Johnson Martha, c 
33 Lockhart H, c 
39 Alston Dr M W, c 
43 Brooks J A, c 
45 Caldwell John, c 
50 Johnson James, c 



CENTRAL AVENUE, from 
Woodfin n e to Chestnut, 1 e 
of North Main. 
4 Steele T M 
6 Brevard Z V 

Henry E L 
10 Frank R C 
1 2 Fitzpatrick T W 

13 Malone C 

14 Bradford J, c 
1 7 Ray D O 

20 Boyd W J 



flew Sauoo^ 

J. J. LANGE, 



17 W. COIvLSGe ST. 

Cor. Lexington Avenue. 

61 Hines Mrs S W 

62 Vacant 

Orange in terseets 
86 Hatch W N 

Clayton Intersects 



CENTRE, from Seney n 
limits, 2 e of North Main. 

8 Bain Rev E L 

9 Charles Robert H 
Charles James A 

11 Wallace J C 
56 Parks John 



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W 4 r*\IT?"R £r WIT T G BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. 
Tf A \J a LjIA Al TT lJUJUk5, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
®&~ Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 



22 Glenn R B 

23 Zagier B 




Hillside intersects 






25 Capps B F 


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29 Green A T 


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Kell J L 


Main. 


31 Revell T J 


4 


Johnson Mrs Eliza 


45 Miller H W 




Woodfin intersects 


Hamlin G B 


16 


Muller W 


46 Baird E 


17 


Children's Home 


53 Burnett B 




Capps Mrs S D 


54 Proffitt H B 


26 


Young W R 


Worthen S B 


27 


Purefoy Dr G W 


58 McElrath J W 


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Banks Mrs A 




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Wexler A 


J. C. RUMBOUGtl, 


60 


Austin J F 


— <*£jReal Estafe 


61 


Arlington intersects 
Phillips' M H 


RENTING and LOANS 


62 


Hamrick & Bro 




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Fitzsimmons Wm 


. . Paragon Uuilding- . . 


69 


Carter H B 


Haywood St. 




Clayton intersects 





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When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER a-d BRANDIES, call at 

ig North Main Street, 

7 and 7V3 West College Street, 
»J FRANK ODONNELL, Propr. 



w nen you neeu oniy ine oesi (fine, wniiisc i , 

The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores, 



WHITEG.SMITH.Ph.G., 

I'liai in k lsl mid < 'hernial 



60 Patton j 
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Drugs fc Chemi- 
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L 54 Patton Ave. (opp. Post«ffl«.) Tel. i»o.J 

CHARLOTTE— Continued 

76 Vacant 

77 Lowell Mrs H N 
88 Spain Edward E 

Chestnut intersects 
95 Patton T W 
12 Stikeleather C W 

17 Ambler Dr C P 

18 Hildebrand Otto 
20 Neal P 

51 Waddell F N 
53 Sorrels G A 
76 Black T P 



80 Ing Jesse 
86 Howell F F 
90 Blomberg A 
92 Brown J 
94 Hannon C I 
Triplett T W 
Cumberland intersects 
96 Vacant 
1 10 Brown H B, c 

112 Boyce Mitchell 

113 Leatherwood A R, c 

114 rear Wilson Tandy, c 

116 Oliver John, c 

117 Crawford W L, c 

Short intersects 
120 Ownbey S 
125 McDowell E, c 

CHESTNUT, from North Main 
s e to North Pine, 4 n of Col- 
lege. 



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PARAGON BUILDING. Eight vears with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt, 
lent Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



212 Connor W O 
226 Avery Toliver, c 
245 Hare Mrs S A 
314 Bradshaw Green, 
324 Deake C T C 



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CHERRY, from North Main s 
w to Montford ave, 5 n of 
Patton ave. 
24 Blair J O 
28 Portner Mrs M H 
Grady intersects 
Brandl A 
Rankin A 

Flint intersects 
Gillis C 

Sondley Mrs H C 
rear Erwin W, c 
rear Rendleman M, e 
76 Brewton P B 
78 Massagee J F 



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32 Cathey J L 

43 McCarson David 

49 Cole J A 

56 Tilson G W 

61 Kohnstamm David 

79 Mills G H 

Merrimon are intersects 

82 Polley Mrs H E 

89 Greer G A 

99 Inloes W H 
102 Martin J C 

Libert)/ intersects 
113 Campbell Rev R F 

Cheapest • Book • Store 

In North Carolina. 

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5f-~vf-^/^v NOVELS at 5c. and 10c. 
)V^V_/V_^ All books at sweeping re- 
ductions from publishers' prices. 

RAY'S CUT RATE BOOK STORE. 



FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE 



This citv is too small to make a complete 
"stock of SHEET MUSIC pay. but 
Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G.,{ 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



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Aveuue - J Leather Goods. 



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115 Rich W G 
117 Rogers S L 
125 Speed Thomas A 
137 Barnard W W 

Central ave intersects 
Liberty intersects 

Vacant 

Wilson W R 

Border intersects 

Smith Dr T C 

Alsbrook Mrs E C 

LaBarbe A P 
163 Carroll John L 
169 Weaver Dr H B 

Stelling J H 

Rollins W W 

Clarke Wm P 

Vacant 
199 Tennent J A 
206 Westall T C 
209 Howell Mrs M S 



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Asheville Foundry I Machine Shop 

J. J. Cole, Proprietor. 

Manufacturers of all Kinds Castings, 
Dealers in New and Second- 
hand Machinery. 
Machinery Repaired on Short Notice. 
8 BUTTR1CK STREET. 

7 Bean W F 
Cumberland ave intersects 
Flint intersects 
N Main intersects 



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CHUNN, from Baird n e to 
limits, 1 e of Charlotte. 

CHURCH, from Patton ave s 
to South Main, 2 w of South 
Main. 
11 Hough & Dunham 
Linn Dr T E 



Visitors 
should 
call at 



Rogers' Book Store 



For BOOKS, 

STATIONERY and 
SOUVENIRS. 



216 Williams J A 




Evans J S 


217 Blain Mrs J G 




Thompson A 


Charlotte intersects 


12 


Graves' Restaurant 


n w cor Penniman C F 




Burgin F A 


244 Graham C E 


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Battle S W 


261 Champion Mrs Israel 




Jordan C S 


278 West W W 




Cheesborough T P 


N Pine intersects 




Nelon M Miss 

Vacant 

McCoy & Co E W 


CHESTNUT (WEST), from 


x 4 
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Montford ave n e to North 


17 


M E Church Central 


Main, 5 n w of Haywood. 


18 


The South Kensington Art 


5 Ogden J H 




School 




20 


Office Buncombe Brick Co 


Idlewild Floral Co. 


22 


Model Steam Laundry 




24 


Pastor's Study 1st Presby- 


Will Furnish Cut Flow era in Taste- 




terian church 


ful and Beautiful Designs. 








28 


1st Presbyterian church 


^TORTT 44 PATTON AVENUE. . . . 


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Stikeleather F 
Turner Wm 




GREENHOUSES : Ke ot i3 e 2. st ' 




Willow intersects 



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Hats, Caps, Men's Furnishing") 
Goods, Clothing, Wraps, Dry > 
Goods, Shoes, etc J 



H. REDWOOD & CO., 

ONE PRICE STORE. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G. 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



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ou ration by com ' peteut 

'I AvnniiP I Pharmacist, and 
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n e cor Willow, Asheville 

Library. 
s e cor Willow, Trinity 
Episcopal 



23 Bunn Albert 

26 Jones Mrs L Wood fin 

36 Wolfe W E 

37 Banks Thomas, c 
44 Woody J H 

48 Justice Mrs H L 
52 Raymer F A 
54 Hand W B 

Charlotte intersects 



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6$ Mason W T 
63rCrowell Frank, c 
68 DuBose Rev McNeely 
72 Vacant 
95 Valentine Frank 
120 Baetty F M, c 
122 Postell Rev J H 
i22rCopeney Hawey, c 



CLEMMONS, from Mountain 
n e to North Beaumont, 1 e 
of Brick 
3 Hicks Martha, c 

1 1 Fowler Sonnie, c 

15 Arthur G A, c 

18 Wilburn Ibbie, c 

19 Wingate J P, c 

20 Brown Lutitia, c 
22 Shell F, c 

24 Forney Julia, c 



CAROLINA COAI 




Office Phone, - 130 

Yard Phone, - 144 

Office, 23 Pattern Ate. 

(See page adv.) 



134 Moss John 
136 Shipman M S 
140 Clark James 

Fullenwider Carry, c 
146 Harris Calvin, c 
150 Steel Mary, c 

156 Lenoir Isham, c 
Shoenberger Hall 
Waddell D C 

157 Greenlee Mrs M C 

158 Swink Robert 

170 Howard Florence, c 



CLAYTON, from Central ave s 
e to Charlotte, 1 n of Woodfin 
8 Westall W H 

Central ave intersects 
10 Williams Mrs C A 
14 Sherrill R J 

Brown Charles L 
20 Penniman T W 



25 Jordan Albert, c 

28 Mills Henry, c 

29 White Caleb, c 
Wade J, c 

30 Brewton Margaret, c 
35 Wiley George, c 

37 Colter George, c 

85 Gibson G, c 
208 Carson R C 
288 Gibson Marcus, c 

COLLEGE, from North Main 
e to N Beaumont,i n of Court 



J. C. JIcPhebson. 



T. G. Clark. 



Mcpherson &clark, 

Electric Bell Work, Annunciators, 
Electrical Supplies. 

45|College Street. Plione 1S3. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G., 

Pharmncisl .mkI < liemist. 



60 Pattoil 1 A ''"e Hue of 
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Square, dividing northeast 
and southeast sections of city. 
24 (or n e Court Sq) Scott & 
Co Geo F, lumber 
Everhart P E, wood work- 
ing and wagon making 
Burnett B, blacksmith 
35 Chappell J W, boot and 
shoemaker 

38 Cowan & Oates, liv stable 
38^ Justice W D, general black- 
smith and repairing 

39 Postell W J, grocer 
41 I X L grocery 

43 Baird & Co, grocers 

45 McPherson & Clark, plumb- 
ers, gas and steam fitters 

49 Scott H T, tailor 

51 French Bakery 

S Spruce intersects 



DISTRIBUTING 



Sample and Advertising Matter 
_ Circulated at Reasonable Rates 

*- iin/w PERSONAL Supervision. 

Asheville Advertising Agency, 



P. O. Box 17. 



(LICENSED. ) 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



Davidson intersects 

94 Davidson Mrs H M 

95 Levy R 

97 Jones W W 
99 Grant Mrs L S 

101 Furman R M 

Oak intersects 

112 Ward William 

145 Ownbey R L 

163 Butler T C 

194 Brown E L 



ASHEVILLE . . 
DVERTISING 
CENCY .... 



Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
Control City Street Car Advertising. 
Pre pare and plac^ Newspaper Advertising 
Contractors for Western North Carolina 



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"The Aldine" 
Spruce intersects 
55 Bealle C E 
64 Felix Rev J S 

67 Bostic J T 

68 Suttle D D 

72 Tucker J H 

73 VanGilder T I 

N e cor Vance, C M Piatt 
Mrs 
Vance intersects 
Dickerson J E 

Real Estate . . 

- Choice Asheville Properties. 

WALTER B. GWYN, 

Attorney at Law. Notary Public. 

Refers to Banks and Leading Business Men 
of Asheville. Drhumor Block, Cor. 
Patton Ave. and Church St. 

Asheville, N. C. 



Locust intersects 
199 Lusk V S 
204 Morgan J M 

Pine intersects 

215 Jacobs F M, c 

216 Patillo T A 
246 Edgeton J, c 

248 Patton J G 

249 Asheville Colored Indus- 

trial School 

250 Forney James, c 
268 Bowles R E 
270 Miller F M 

275 Henderson Mrs Malissa 

278 Poore G F 

279 Patton B F 

283 Filtering Dept City WaterCo 

284 Long R A 
286 Rudd G R 

290 Lindsey H A 

291 Ware A B 



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THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, 

Supply seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with their BEER 
WHISKEY, etc. 



19 North Main Street. 
7 & 7% W. College Street, 
leir BEER, WINE, 
FRANK 01>0\M i.l,. Proprietor. 



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PRACTICAL 

HORSESHOER 

All Kinds of Carriage and Wagon 
. . Work Done Promptly . . 

ITo. 153 2v£a.rlcet Street. 

COLLEGE— Continued 
305 Gates E F 
309 Griggs J P 

S e cor Valley, Wilson Mrs 
SC 
E College intersects 



COLLEGE (EAST) 11 e to 
Mountain road, (extension of 
college). 

317 Loftain T J 

324 Robinson F E 

325 Parker G A 



COURT SQUARE EAST, City 
Hall 

CENTRAL MARKET 

Stall A, James Wolfe Meat Co 

Stall B, Whitehead & Britt, 
market 

Stall C, W M Hill & Co, butch- 
ers 

Stall D, McFee & Jones, mar- 
ket 

Stall E, Pearson H P, butcher 
and meat market 

Stall F. H D Baker & Son, 
butchers 

Stall G, Hampton & Ledford, 
butchers 

Stall H, F Zimmermann, butch- 
er and meat market 

Stall I, A Wernwag, butcher 

Stall J, Vacant 

Stall K, Vacant 



« W. M. HILL & CO., { 

U PHONE 66. I 



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Steam Sausage Factory. 

Clean and Wholesome. 
Sausage, Bolognas and Puddings. 



Hollywood intersects 



COLLEGE (WEST), from N 
Main w to Haywood, 1 n of 
Patton ave. 

7 and 7! O'Donnell F, wines 

and liquors 

8 Ross J J, shooting gallery 
17 Lange J J, saloon 

Lexington ave intersects 
19 Morrison T S, Berkeley 

Livery Stables 
43 Asheville Steam Laundry 
53 The Villa 



CORNELIA, from Hillside n 
w to Josephine, 7 e of North 
Main. 



COURT SQUARE, Buncombe 
County Court House. 



Stall L, Vacant 

Stall 1, Jackson B J, r, green 
grocer 

Stall 2, Lynch S S, green gro- 
cer 

Stall 4, Swepson P J, c, green 
grocer 

Stall 5, Evans S G, c, green gro- 
cer 

Stall 6, Steele J M, green gro- 
cer 

Stall 8, Wallace C S, game, fish 
and oysters 

Riding Bonis, 

LEGGINGS, 

made to Order for Uadies and Gentlemen 

Roberts, — 

33 N Main St.. Asheville, N. C. 



Strings, even the best, will break in) Coll/'o Miioin Unnon 
course of time. The freshest, clean- J- r Q I K S lllUolC mQUoG, 
est and best stock always at J is Patton A venae. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6., P Patton p r LKli?r^ 

Pharmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J charge. 



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Stall 9, Owenby R L & Co, 

green grocers 

Stall 12, Walton F A, green 
grocer 

Stall 13, Starnes W B, green 
grocer 

Stall 14, Miller J F& Son, fish 
and oysters 

Stall 15, Miller J F & Co 

Stall 17, Carter R L, game, fish 
and oysters 

Stall 18, Ives Geo N & Son, 
game, fish and oysters 

Stall 19, Seigler J B, green gro- 
cer 

Stall 20, Bruton D W, green 
grocer 

Stall 21, Randall J C, green 
grocer 

Stall 22, White C M, greengro- 
cer 



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► ■ and Renting- 4 

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>\ 54 Patton Ave. (opp. Pu«tufHce.) Tel. 100 A 



2 Beall J I, job printers 

4 Snyder F M 

4 Spangenberg J, W H Mar- 
tin's barber shop 

4 Ashville Daily Gazette, 2d 
and 3d floor 

4 Jones H C, Just peace, 
Cummings P A, lawyer 

6 Daily Citizen office 

8 Ray C F 
10 Greer G A 
10 (2d floor) 
Skyland News 



RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 



Thirty old, reliable Ttl Gil r>3 Tl PP 

stock companies. iiiaui aiibCi 


Johnston Building, 13 Court 

Square, Asheville, N. C. 


Stall 23, Bean T M, green gro- 




Tar heel Knight 


cer 




Messier F M 


Stall 24, Randall J C, green 




Ashe st R R Co 


grocer 


12 


Shuford's 


East Court Square. 




Tea store. 


1 Butler T C & Son 




Music store 


3 Asheville Printing Co 




Mineralist 


5 7 Gross D 


12 


(2d floor) 


S E cor College, Asheville 




Joyner Mrs Jennie, dress- 


Drug Co 




maker 


Court Square, (north.) 




Gudger J M, lawyer 


2 Cooper A D 




Deaver W H, detective 




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Best Bituminous and Hard , . 


16 


Stradley W C 
Roberts & Nichols 


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18 

20 


Vienna bakery 
Swannanoa Ice Co 


Wood and Kindling, 


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Moody C E, coal and wood 


. . C. E. MOODY, . . 


LJRT SQUARE (South), 


Phone 121. 20 N. Court Square. 


from S Main to Cen'l market. 



One Pripp ^tnrp H - REDW00D & co. N 

WIIU I I IUU OIUI Ul Clothing, Dry Goods. Small War 



OS. 7 &9 
Patton Ave. 

ares, 
Fancy Goods, Shoes and Hats. 



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60 Patton ) Nothing but the purest 
Vol Drugs and Chemicals 
Avenue. J used in Prescriptions. 



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H. P, PEARSON, 

For all kinds Fresh Meat. 

STALL E, CENTRAL, MARKET. 

COURT SQUARE— Cont'd 
Dickerson building s e cor 
SMain 

Dickerson J E & Co 
Lee Mrs Mattie, artist 
McCall & Rogers 
Summers J W 
Lindsey T H, photo 
Summers A T, just peace 
ist National Bank biding, 
i and 2 

Martin Julius C, lawyer 
3 Gudger J M Jr 






2 Cameron & Cushman, real 

estate 
5 6 Webb Chas A, lawyer 

State Register 
io ii 12 Luther & Stevens, 

lawyers 
23 Thomas & Wells, lawyers. 



COURT SQUARE (south). 
Asheville Steam Dye Wks 
The Colored Enterprise 
Cor Market 

Wolfe W O, Marble Wks 
Tennent J A, architect 
Market intersects 

COURT SQUARE (west), 
from n w cor Patton ave to 
beginning of N Main, thence 
from s w cor Patton ave to 
beginning South Main. 



Wholesale 



Fruits, Confectioneries, Cigars, Tobacco, 

Pipes, etc.. at 
ALLEN'S FRUIT AND CIGAR STORE, opposite P. 0. 



4 Williams Gay M, agt Equi- 


Barnard building 


table Life Asso of U S 


National Bank of Asheville 


789 Adams & Breese, lawys 


(2d floor) 


10 Carter Eugene D, lawyer 


Reynolds Dr Carl V 


11 12 Bourne & Parker, lwyrs 


Burroughs Dr J A 


15 Carter E D 


Ramsay Dr J F 


17 Vacant 


3d floor Southern Bus Col 


18 Vacant 


3 Morgan J N & Co 


19 Dorsett S T 


5 Natt Atkinson & Son 


20 21 Vacant 


9 Vacant 


22 Brown H B, lawyer, c 


11 Alexander J M 


23 Denison Burt 

24 Patterson W R 


Asheville Dray Co 




36 42 43 Carter Frank, real 
estate and notary public 


Ppinale Boapding 


Hilliard Wm D, physician. 






CDrs. H- B. HAY, 




IS South Main Street. 


LEGAL BLOCK 




1 Merrick Duff, lawyer 


EMeasant Xocaticm; on Car Xine, 


Lyman A J 


. . . {Terms TReasonable . . . 



RING UP TELEPHONE 95. 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

43 TTTEIS.'r COLLEGE iTUEEIT. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G. 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



60 Pattern") FINE CIGARS, 
Avenue 



V Key West and Domestic, 



always on hand. 



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ii (Basement) Parks S E, 
barber 



COURT SQUARE (west), 
from s \v cor Patton ave to 
S Main. 

3 Powell & Snider, grocers 
2d floor 

Van Gilder T I, real estate 

Justice G W 

Cliff C, physician 
5 Western Carolina Bank 

Over Western Carolina Bnk 

Glenn Eugene B, physician 

Shuford & Shuford, lawyrs 

Lusk Virgil S, lawyer 
9 Candy Kitchen. 

3d floor 

Republican Club hdquartrs 
n Rich J R & Son. stoves 

and tinware 



BILLIARDS. . . 

NEW TABLES AT 

J. J. Lange's New Saloon, 



17 W. COLLEGE,- 



Corner Lexington Avenue. 

58 Redman Martha, c 
108 Vacant 

n w cor Bearden ave 
Ketchum W L 
Bearden avenue intersects 
Near Bearden 
Gentry J C 

Blake intersects 
West Chestnut intersects 
113 Linn Dr T E 
115 Mason W T 

Magnolia intersects 



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WAtt\FR & WFT.T.S builders and contractors, 

TfAUlllill IV Tl lULi5j Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 

esgr Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 



Western Hotel 

CUMBERLAND AVENUE, 

from Cherry n w to limits, 3 
s w of North Main. 
12 Artist Mahaly, c 

20 Landrum Martha 
2orHolly Mary, c 

21 Greenlee J H, c 

22 Crook Mrs N J 
Starnes avenue intersects 

36 Singleton Emanuel, c 

J. C. Rumbough, 

REAL ESTATE A3ENT. 
PARAGON BUILDING, 

Cor. Patton Ave. and Haywood St. 



116 Ramsay J F 

118 Stearns Mrs M L 

119 Vacant 

128 Collins Willis 
130 Jones Thomas A 

Oidlowhee intersects 
134 Vacant 
136 Bestor Mrs W C 
144 Haws Mrs P 
148 Lee J H 



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ford ave n e to Cumberland 
ave, 6 n of Haywood. 

CURVE, from Beaumont s e to 
limits. 
4 McDuffey Rev HS,c 

157 Steele Wm M, c 

158 Lynch David, c 





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Distillers Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' Ryes, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. FRANK O'OONNJSJLL, Proprietor. 



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I'hai iniii isl and Chemist. 



60 Patton ) Prompt, polite and 

[•pleasant attention given 
Avenue. J to customers. 



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in ^)pp. Postofflce.) Tel. 190 .!i 



DAVIDSON, from College s w 
to Eagle, 2 e of North Main. 
22 Finlay Mrs L J 
24 Glaser I W 
28 Wainscott Mrs Laura 
31 White Samuel 
38 Franklin Miss Hettie 
49 Campbell Summie, c 

51 Williams Wm,c 

52 Leech Wm, c 
no Crump Richard, c 



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68 

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Graves R T 
Davis R M 
Bachelor's Hall 
Morrow Thomas 
Hunt H D 

73 Stinson John, c 

76 Brown C C 

80 Vacant 

84 Phillips Robert 

85 Lamb Thomas 

88 Stirewalt A D 

89 Russell Joseph 

Rector intersects. 

94 Freeman B B 

95 Lollar R S 
95 CushingJ B 
97 Lamb J N 

99 Hawkins James 
100 Painter A C 
103 Hawkins Samuel 
105 Garren C O 



Hi Ul UIVII I Hi Six years Reside 



PARAGON BUILDING. Eight years with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt, 
ent Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



DEPOT, from Patton ave s w 
to Roberts, thence s to South- 
side ave, 6 w of South Main. 

15 Gilreath C H 

16 Cannon G W 
18 Jones Fred 

Alley Intersects, (Revell's row.) 

23 Davis C S, Davis B P 

24 Moore. Mrs Julia 
28 Smith L L 

28 rear, Carpenter Eliza, c 

29 Davis S P 
33 Carothers W R 
36 Henry Thomas 
36 rear, Lowrance Wm, c 
39 Johnson H C 
39 rear, Anderson John, c 

43 Roberts R B 

44 Larsen H C 
47 Ballew J R 
54 Cosby B H 

Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio- 
lins, a complete line. One price only, 
and that the lowest known, at 



107 Cornell Mrs H A 
1 21 Fisher T L 
124 Else Henry 
135 Vernon Elias, c 
140 Hobson James 
143 Durham Berry, c 
145 Roberts A C 
206 Foster F S, grocer 
Roberts intersects. 
s w cor Asheville Mercantile Co 
208 Kilpatrick John, c 
298 Lumney G C 
445 Mustin, Robertson Co 

SHAMROCK LINEN 



pSS 10c. quire 

Good Writing Paper 15 cents 
to 25 cents pound. 

FINE STATIONERY AT LOW PRICES. 

RAY'S CUT RATE BOOK STORE. 

8 N. Court Square. 

Falk's Music House, 

48 PATIOS AVENUE. 



WHITE 6, SMITH, PI). G. 

Plinrmitcist and Chemist. 



60 Patton 1 Prescription Department 
i- complete in ev^rv re- 
Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private 



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447 Cooper A D, warehouse 

449 Casey J J 

455 O'Conner, Mrs Annie, 

boarding 
485 Anderson L M 
French Broad Are intersects. 
Southern R R freight depot. 



EDGE HILL AVE, 

Atkin s e to limits. 



from 



EAGLE, from South Main e to 
Valley, thence n e and e to 
South Pine. 
3 Hamilton T C, c, barber 

7 Haynes Jonas, c, restaurant 

8 Collins B, c, restaurant 

9 Jackson Frank, c restaurant 
pool and billiards 

1 1 Oglesby T, c, barber 



Ashev,l!e Foundry I Machine Shop 

J. J. Cole, Proprietor. 

Manufacturers of all Kinds Castings, 
Dealers in New and Second- 
hand Machinery. 
Machinery Repaired on Short Notice. 
8 BUTTRICK STREET. 

51 Love Anderson, c 

Davidson intersects. 

52 Vacant 

56 Buncombe County Jail 

58 Jimison W H, jailor 

64 Boatwright Joe, c 

68 Sims Victoria, c 

74 Patton W C 

88 Baker Callie, c 

89 Baker Nellie, c 

90 Duffy J, c 

103 Dusenbury C B, c 
193 Reynolds Charles 



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Rogers' Book Store 



is the place to find 
Souvenirs. 



12 Reynolds Charles, c, cabinet 

maker 
22 Sanders Armada, c 
Market intersects. 
26 near Happy Hollow, 

Payne Bud, c 

32 White Mary, c 

33 Floyd Mary, c 

34 Vacant 
36 Vacant 

44 Jones Addie, c 
46 Cullum Mamie, c 
50 Smith Richard, c 



Idlsiuild Floral Go. 



Cut Flowers, Latest Designs, Every 
Variety Put up on Short Notice 



STORE: 44 Patton Ave. Phone 99. 
GREENHOUSES: Charlotte St. 
Phone 152. 



EAST, from Chestnut and N 
Main n e to city limits, 1 e of 
North Main. 
2 Vacant 
4 Trentham G W 
6 Hensley J F 
10 Ingle J V 
12 Blankenship L M 
28 Aiken Will 
Mitchell T J 
Miller G F 
Goodlake A M 
Tran t ham W I 
Ballard W N 
Gideon Oliver 

39 Summers J W. 

Seney intersects. 

40 Redmon S M, grocer 

41 Rich C H 
43 Pugh S M 
49 Westall T C 



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TRUSTWORTHY SHOES from such 
makers as ZIEC.LER. BANISTER, HEY- 
WOOD, PACKARD & EWALD. 

4£g*" One price system. 



H. Redwood & Co., 

7 and 9 PATIOS AVICXl'E. 



60 Pattoil) Tooth Powders, Tootb 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,{ 

Phnrmaeist and Chemist. I Avenue. \ for the Teeth. 



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Asleyllle Supply & Foundry Co. 


FREDERICK, from McDowell 
n to limits, 1 w of N Main. 




3 Copening Martha, c 


PLUMBERS' &|Y| || | MMJhS. 


4 Mooney Jonathan 

5 Bird J A 


Market Street. 


6 Bowers J B 

7 Copening H, c 


EAST — Continued 




52 Horton L P 


FRENCH BROAD AVE, from 


86 Meadows U S 


Haywood s w to South Side 


94 Lockett J H 


ave, 5 w of South Main. 


106 Jenkins A J 


S w cor Haywood, Vacant 


108 Jarvis Wiley 


S e cor Haywood, Margo 


109 Dinkins A J 


Terrace 


Hillside intersevts. 


12 Baldwin Penr >se L, drug- 
gist 
Cor Patton, French Broad Bap- 


ELM, from Merrimon ave s e 


to limits, 2 n of North Main. 


tist Church 




Patton ave intersects 


ELOISE, from Merrimon ave 


16 Powers Joel, policeman 


to limits. 


30 "Ingleside" 



- CAROLINA COAI , CO. 



Office Phone, - 130 

Yard Phone, - 144 

Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



i Rockhold Mrs L P 
5 Brank A V 
7 Pinner G W 

FLINT, from Haywood n w to 
Cumberland ave, 3 n of Pat- 
ton ave. 
5 Stockton Mrs M C 

Hia wassee intersects. 
9 Band E W, Oates J R 
1 1 Porter R R 
26 Lee Mrs J A 
34 Cunningham S E 
48 Clegg Miss Emma 
40 Alexander W J. 

Cherry intersect*. 
77 Bridgewater L W 

Starnes Are. intersects. 

West Chestnut interseets. 

Magnolia Are. intersects. 



31 Webb Mrs J A 

37 Weaver Dick 

38 Shepard G J 

40 Basler Mrs A T, 
42 McAfee Mrs C 

44 Thrall F E 

45 Arverne 

46 Stein J F 

47 Jeanneret L W 

55 Chedester S H 

56 Jones T A 

64 Sharpless T W 

65 Rich J R 



boarding 



J. C McPherson. 



T. G. Clark. 



McPherson & Clark, 

Slate and Tin F?oofincj, Galvan- 
ized Iron Work, Hot-j\ii* 

Furnaces. 

45 College Street. Phone 133. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NO-TAR'S PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue. Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6., (<» *.«<,■, i 

l*h rniacist and Chemist. (. A\eUlie. J 



Prescriptions 

delivered 

promptly. 



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Phillips intersects 
65 Minor Dr C L 
114 Selley J M 

117 Rector T S 

118 Leonard C 

120 Baird J R 

121 Gudger J M Jr 

122 Cruise Mrs John 
130 Morris G H 
167 Cocke Wm J 

W cor Phifer, Carpenter B C 
Phifer intersects 

299 Slagle A D 

300 Merrimon Judge James H 
303 Collins H T 

Gee Harry M 



Sign and Card Tackio 

Tin Signs and Cards Tacked by Relia- 
ble Men, at Points where they 
Attract Attention. 

ASSEVILLE ADVERTISING AGENCY 

1 Licensed i 

P. O. Boa 17. ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

GIRDWOOD. [See Park Place] 

GRADY, from Cherry n w to 
Starnes ave, 1 w of North 
Main. 

10 Starnes T A 
Skyland Institute 



FULTON, from Chestnut n e 
to Seney, 2 e of North Main. 
15 Collins N A 



GRAY, from Pearson ave n w 
to limits, 1 n of Gay. 
3 Poston Lee, c 



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SHEVILLE . . ( ^''censed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
DVERTISI NC < Contro1 Cit J Street Car Advertising. 
rCNOY f Prepare and placf Newspaper Advertising 

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Chestnut intersects 

41 Reese Chas A, c 

42 Fowler Mrs Sallie 
45 Haymond F U 
47 Haymond J W 



GAY, from Montford ave n w 
to limits, 5 n of Haywood 
13 Morgan Mrs Mattie 
13 Murray Morgan 
15 Atkin G E 

Pearson Drive intersects 

REAL ESTATE... 

Established 1881. 

WALTER B. GWY^i. 
Attorney at Law. Notary Fublic. 

Refers to Banks and Leading Business Men 
of Asheville. Drhumor Block, Cor. 
Patton Ave. and Church Street. 

Asheville, N. C 



4 McDowell M, c 
6 Hamilton Julia, c 
13 Johnson Win, c 



GREEN, from Gay n w to lim- 
its, 2 n w of Gay. 
5 Hunt J H 
7 Walsh Mrs M L 
9 Ellege Mrs J W 
1 1 Cothron J T 

GROVE, from Patton ave s e 
to Phifer, 4 \v of South Main 
5 Johnston Thomas D 

13 Watson Dr J A 

14 Dougall Duncan 

15 Dickson H M 

16 Cartmell Mrs A R 

17 Cortland S C, real estate 
19 Murrough Noah, c 

24 Cain House, boarding 



THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, 

W ine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and 



19 N. Main Street, 
7&7%W. College Street, 



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J. C. WALLACE, 

THE PRftCTIC L 
HORSESHOE R __^ 

153 IvEarlset Street. 

31 Koppelberger Mrs Clara 
36 Gwyn W B, lawyer and 
real estate 

43 Graham J R, real estate 

44 Meriwether F T, physician 
48 Henderson George, tobac- 
conist 

58 Crawford A, physician 
74 Ownbey P A, boarding 

100 Romeo John 

243 Boulineau J V 

249 Fuller Mrs L F 

255 Chappell J W 



and n to Spring, 2 w of North 
Main 
Battery Park Hill 
Swanannoa Country Club 
27 Curtis T E 
31 Coffin Eben 

W College intersects 
Cor W College, May & Miller 
39 Cooper A D 
42 Coston O M 

Walnut intersects 
53 Williams J H 
58 Sawyer J P 
73 Penland W H 

Flint intersects 
76 Ottinger Mrs L E 
76 Chockley Mrs Mary 
81 Hampton John • 
95 Father Marion 
99 Graves Albert 
1 13 Summey A T 



W. M. Hill & Co. 



Fine Hams, Breakfast Bacon, 
Smoked Tongues and Lard. 

1 ipjEioiNriE; e« 



300 Brown J H 



GUDGER, from Haywood n w 
to limits, 1 w of Montford ave. 
Nr Haywood, Haskell H S, soda 
water manufacturer 

27 Ross Brooks 

28 Brunges A W, c 

29 Mitchell Eliza, c 

35 Murphy George, c 

36 Murphy Albert, c 
81 Hunter Horace, c 

88 Crawford Wm, c 
Parks Calvin, c 

89 Phillips B, c 

90 Beatie Monroe, c 

91 Parks Violet, c 



1 15 Hood E G 
117 Hood E G 

120 Miller Harmon A 

121 Harger Miss Martha 
124 Dufifield Mrs 

127 Powell Geo S 

128 Amiss Mrs J B 
135 Carson S R 
141 Brown Frank 
149 Brown James 

French Broad intersects 
157 Mackey J J 
162 Ingle J M 



HAYWOOD, from Patton ave 
n w to Flint, thence w and s 
w to Patton ave, thence s w 



RIDING 

SHOOTING 

COACH 



BOOTS 



And all Kinds of Strictly First-Class Foot 
Wear made to Order. SPECIAL LASTS 
FITTED for each customer. 

QfiOCBTC Anatomical . 
nU9Lnlashocin;ikcr 

33 N. Main St., Asheviile, N. C. 



a full piANOS and ORGANS "' 



line of 



on easy installments, at 
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



fiO Pnrrnn 1 A full line of 
DU "™<>n I soaps, Sponges 
Avprmp J and Perfumery 
n - vclluc - J alwaysonhand 



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163 Burge N T 
165 Daniels G B 
Headen B W 
Montford ave intersects 
170 Hawthorne Dr J E 

173 Lange Mrs R S 

174 O'Donnell Frank 

199 Fletcher Dr M H 

200 Scott G F 

211 Gudger J M, Sr 

216 Atkinson Mrs H N 

217 Campbell C H 
Haskell H S 

222 Collins D C 

Alston C J 
231 Brown Lewis V 
237 McGonnigle Col A J 
243 Tincher T L 
263 Smith W G 
273 Low Win V 



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54 Pattern Ave. (opp. Postomte.) Tel. 190 ' 



327 Lance J G & Co 
331 Smith J D 

339 Simmons G H 

340 Baker H D 

341 Sudderth Mrs M C 
344^Western Meat & Provision 

Company 

346 Featherston Mrs H L 

347 Wernwag A 

348 Hunt E L 
350 Cook W J 

352 Hayes W 

353 Bernecker J 



RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Tncurxa r\na Johnston Building, 13 Court 
1115 UI ctllL-y , Square, Asheville, N. C. 



Thirty old, reliable 

stock companies. 



275 Cuningham Miss Elizabeth 

Pickens 
280 Whit'ock Abram 
313 Bennett Charles E 
315 Sudderth & Hollingsworth, 

notions 

317 Jarrett Bros 

318 Smathers Jasper L 

319 Rice & Morris 
321 Duckett Bros 
321 Talbert H A 

323 Presbyterian church, c 
326 Rachel Irwine, c 

New Home and White 
Sewing- Machines ^ 



Sold on Installments or for 
Cash, also Rented* 

C. E. MOODY, 

20 N. Court Square. Phone 121. 



355 Bender George 
357 Bumgardner L M 
362 Pittman J B 

Rector Intersect*. 
370 Adams C C 

374 Jackson J T 

375 Winslow T E 
384 Jones G W 

Jefferson Drive intersects. 
396 Harkins H S 



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HAYWOOD, (west) from 
Spring w and s w to limits. 
30 Farrell J H 

42 James J O 

43 Pendland G S, grocer 
45 Orders J M 

57 Whiten Calvin 
422 Moore Fred 
487 Blackman W F 
500 Little Q M 





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stock at correct prices see 



H. Redwood & Co., Nos. 7 & 9 Patton Ave. 

Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats and Shoes. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



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Phone 195 

Central Market, 
Stall E 



HAYWOOD— Continued 
505 Pearce's shoe shop 
507 West End barber shop 

509 Limely shoe shop 

510 Foster F H 

511 McCullumE D 

512 Fowler J C 

513 Smith S, grocer 
516 Breeding A 

522 Sanders J M, grocer 
524 Brown & Atkins, butchers 
527 Mears G A & Sons 
531 Armour Pking Co 



15 Mclntyre Patrick 

HIGHLAND, 1 w from Chest- 
nut runs n to Seney. 
1 Graves J F 
20 Collins I C 

23 Clayton W B 

50 Young J D, Justice J 

HILDEBRAND, from Brick 
e to North Beaumont, 1 s of 
Poplar. 
12 Mclntyre Jane, c 

14 Anthony Joe, c 

15 Irwin Theo, c 

20 Vacant 

21 Smith J T, c 

22 Kitt Samuel, c 

24 Davis Joseph, c 

25 Morris Wm, c 
27 Echols H, c 




We have the largest stock in town at 

ALLEN'S FRUIT AND CIGAR STORE, 
1 Opposite Post-office. 



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546-548 Terrell T V, genl mds 
Nrold depot, Asheville Milling 

Co, Ice Factory, Asheville 

Cotton Mills. 

HAZZARD, from N Beaumont 
w to limits. 
10 Bies Mrs Katie 
87 Reed Emma, c 

95 Scott Elija, c 

96 Jones Hohen, r 

97 Stevens Joseph, c 
102 Pearson Henry, c 






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HIAWASSEE, from North 
Water n w to Penland, thence 
w to Flint, 3 n of Patton 
ave. 

9 Starnes J W 

Penland intersects. 
11 Northup W B 



29 Miller Lawson, c 
31 Brown T, c 
35 Robinson Callie, c 
38 Henderson Hannah, c 

40 Bethel Methodist Church, c 

41 Chambers George, c 

HILL, from Montford ave s w 
to W Haywood, 1 n of Hay- 
wood. 

17 Vacant 

23 Greenlee Charles, c 

29 Henderson Wm, c 

Priuate Bonding 

CQps. H- B. RAY, 

ft South Main Street. 



IPleasant location; on Car Xfne, 
. . . {Terms IReasonable . . . 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY. 



Phone 95. 



Near Post-office. 



43 West College Street. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G., 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



60 Patton ) 
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34 Miller Mrs C E 

35 Hargrove Thomas, t 
38 Simons T J, c 

Gudger intersects 

42 Baskell Neata, c 

43 Doster H 

44 Atkin Mrs Laura 

Bay intersects 

45 Finney Andrew, c 

Hill and Bay, A M E Church, c 

57 Ricks James, c 

58 Parker A H 

59 Huggins Mariah, c 
61 Davis Charles, c 
•62 Armfield Mrs H G 

-]\ Verry C S, W H McLeon 
76 Hooper Toliver, c, Ham- 
right Peter, c 
11 Sevier Edward 
•82 Steele Jesse, c 
87 Vacant 



1. 1. MINCE'S 



New Saloon 

and Billiard Parlor. 



17 W. College 



144 Goodman P M 

146 Boyd W M 

148 Vacant 

157 Greenlee Rachael, c 

167 Guest Wm 



HILLSIDE, from N Main w 
to Charlotte, 9 n of Ct Sqr. 

25 Davis Jack, c 

West intersects 

26 Reynolds Henry I 
28 Sorrels R Z 

30 Johnston M H 



Wi^vrD # WTT,T,S builders and contractors. 

¥T itXRLl KAMA Oil !! 1UUO) Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 

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89 Vacant 


52 Lee D U 


Oakdale ave intersects 


Centre intersects 


86 Collins Ben, c 


57 Keeler S I 


Buttrick intersects 
128 Slaughter Henrv, c, Wood 


59 Campbell J M 
75 Miller Otis A 


Geo, c 


East intersects 


130 Martin Wm, c 


89 Richmond H F 


132 Wales Wm W 
134 Foster A L 
136 McCollum J R 
138 Wild J A 


94 Hill J J 

95 Gaze John 
97 Carr J J 

104 Sevier J V 


142 Eaton J H 

143 Payne Thomas, c 


105 Ray S W 

243 Cunningham J F 


J. C. RUMBOUGH, 


Merrimon ave intersects 
Summit intersects 


Heal Estate, Rentfng and Loans. 


Liberty intersects 
n e cor Liberty 
Webster B F 


PARAGON BUILDING, 


Border intersects 




Louisa intersects 


Cor. Patton Ave. and Haywood. 


Cornelia intersects 



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When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER and BRANDIES, call at 

19 North Main Street, 

7 and 7% West College Street, 
'I FRANK O'DONNELL. Propr. 



yy nen you neeu oniy me Desi r»inic wniir.ci, 

The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores, 



WHITEG.SMITH.Ph.G., 

l'linniiurist and Cbemist. 



60 Patton j 
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54 Paiton A?e. (upp. rustojnee.) Tel. ion 



HILLSIDE— Continued 

- Murdoch are intersects 



HOLLAND, from Chestnut n e 
to Seney, 3 e of North Main. 
22 Clark Henry 



HOLLYWOOD, from College n 
e to limits, 6 e of North Main. 



JEFFERSON DRIVE, from 
Haywood s w to Park ave, 3 
s w of Patton ave. 



9 Vacant 
12 Moseley S P 
15 Brown Wiley B 

17 Hampton Wm, c 

18 Orr E M, Bowling alley 
23 Vacant 

25 27 Slayden, Fakes & Co 

28 Paston Maggie, c 

29 31 33 34 The Palace Stables 

LIBERTY, from Chestnut n e 
to Hillside, 6 e of N Main. 
46 Norton J E 

Broad intersects 
50 Gudger Mrs B C 
Batterham H 

69 Davidson T F 

70 David Dr J E 

71 Grant H F 

76 Alexander Miss Nannie J 
Summit intersects 



Q SMITH ARCHITECT,' 

Ol O 3 VI I I I I Six years Resident 



PARAGON BUILDING. Eight vears with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt. 
Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



4 Clarke C D 

5 Sumner F A 

7 Millender M C 

8 Peterson W A 

12 Bradford Mrs C E 
18 Folsom T C 
44 Shuford F L 
48 Aldrich L P 



85 Nichols J A 

LINCOLN, from S Pine e to 
limits. 



JOSEPHINE, from Merrimon 
ave s e to Murdock ave, 7 n 
of North Main. 



LEXINGTON AVE, from Wil- 
low n to Hiawassee, 1st w of 
Court Square. 

Buncombe Coal Co 

4 Thomas Ann. c 

5 White H, c 

6 Moore H, c 

7 Williamson W B & Co 



LOCUST, from College n to 
Woodfin, 4 e of N Main. 

(Continuation of Border) 
LOUISA, from Hillside n w to 
limits, 6 e of North Main. 

Save Money! 

Fine Cigars, Tobaccos 
and Pipes, at 



-REDUCED PRICES. 



Ray's Cut-Rate Book Store, 

& A 7 ". Court Square. 



FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE 



This citv is (00 small to make a complete 
"stock of SHEET MUSIC pay, but 
Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-th rd discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.J 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. 



60 Patton ) r° c ^ Books - 

I Card Ca«es. 
A vpniiP I A fllH lineof 

J\ veil lie. J Leather Goods. 



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McDOWELL, from Southside 
ave s and thence e to S Main, 
i w of S Main. 
4 Bishop J J 

7 Rutherford James, c 

8 McKinney J, c 
io Summers J, c 

Tomlin Clint, c 
Gillespie Link, c 
ii Murray Mrs Kate 

12 Foster Joseph, c 

13 Siler Maggie, c 

14 Ray Charles, c 
Carson Wm, c 

15 Young S, c 

17 Hunt Perry, c 
20 Brackett Thomas 
22 Clark Jerry, c 
25 Clinton Church 
27 Thompson Sam, c 
Broadfield Lewis, c 



Asheville Foundry I Machine Shop 

J. J. Cole, Proprietor. 

Manufacturers of all Kinds Castings, 
Dealers in New and Second- 
hand Machinery. 
Machinery Repaired on Short Notice. 
8 BUTTRICK STREET. 

68 Bailey J J, c 



MADISON AVE, from Chest- 
nut n e to Hillside, 8 e of 
North Main. 
4 Foster G W, c 

10 Bynum Margaret 

15 Johnson Mrs C 

20 Greer Lou, c 

22 Powell Allen, c 

22 Farr Ella, c 

22 Neighbors John 

40 Wilson Leah, c 



TOURISTS MAKE ROGERS' BOOK 
STORE THEIR HEADQUARTERS. 



30 Gilliam A J 

34 Brannon Taylor, c 

36 Bishop Henry W 

48 Leadbetter Henry, c 

50 McKillop R A 

55 Vacant 

60 Justice W C 

62 Sharp Frank, c 

63 Scales Charlotte, c 

64 Blair J W 
65rCopening H. c 

65 Bailey Rebecca, c 

67 Campbell J N 

PHONE 99=33r~ 

Idleiuild F'oral Company 

For fine Rosebuds and Cut Flowers and 
Bedding Plants. 

Store 44 Patton Ave. 

Greenhouses : CHARLOTTE ST. 
Phone 132. 



54 Goodrum Robert, c 
56 Rash J 
6$ Stroud P, c 
52 Goodrum W, c 

Broad intersects. 
120 Boone R W 



MAGNOLIA AVE, from 
North Main s w to Cumber- 
land ave, 9 n of Patton ave. 



MAJORIE, from Market e to 
Davidson. 
1 Zimmerman Fred 
4 Shenbaum A 

6 Clifton Mrs Emma 
34 Lancaster J S 

MAIDEN LANE, from Hill n 
to limits, 3 w of Montford ave. 

7 Irving Ben, c 



OnePrice JJ # J^j) ^Q I]) & CO.. Nos. 7 and 9 Patt 



to all. 



Full lines of CLOTHING, MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, 
SMALL WARES, HATb and SHOES. 



on Ave., 

DRY GOODS. 



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I'liaruiacist ami < hem is I 



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lTR)n I by competent 

Pharmacist, and 



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J delivered promptly 



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Asheville Supply and Foundry Co., 


MERRIMON AVE, from North 
Main n e to limits, 2 n of 
College. 


Carriage and Wagon 


1 Meadows S A, White 1 B 


Supplies, . . 


19 Ownbey W N, grocer 




Bennett intersects. 


AND REPAIRING. — <^ 


31 Weaver J B 


Market Street. 


33 Graham J B 




62 Claverie Mrs B 


MAIDEN— Continued 


63 Rankin J E 


9 Bryan Julius, c 


Orange intersect.*. 


10 Lemons Wm, c 


81 Shu ford Judge G A 


16 Dains Henry, c 


103 Howatt J P 


19 Alexander J D, c 


in Smith Mrs Fannie A 


27 Douglass Bryson, c 


114 Robinson J D 


29 Redmon I W 


118 Vacant 


31 Sexton Cora 


Chestnut intersects. 


32 Crawford John, c 


N E cor Chestnut, Lyman A J 


35 Miller James, c 


N W cor Broad, Pack G W 


34 Goodlett G, c 


N E cor Broad, Struthers Mrs 


34 rear, Moss John, r 


Sophia G 



CAROLINA COAI 




Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 

■) Office. 23 Katton Ave. 

I (See page adv.) 



MAPLE SHADE PLACE, 
(Carter) from Patton ave n to 
limits, 4 w of North Main. 



MARKET, from City Hall s to 
Ray. 

i Hatch W N, blacksmith 
2 Owen & Co, carriage and 

sign painters 
2 Woodbury J F, coal & wood 
23 Vacant 
Over Foundry and Supply Co 
Market Street Woodwork- 
ing Shop 
S E cor Eagle, The Institute 

Pharmacy 
S E cor Eagle, The Institute, 

Alston M W, physician 
153 Wallace J C, genl black- 
smithing; Grafton, carriage 
painter. 



Moore Chas A, Sluder cottage 

176 Stokely RJ 

201 Westall J M contr and bldr 

Hilhide intersects. 
N E cor Hillside, King W B 



MONTFORD AVE, from Hay- 
wood n w to limits, i w of 
Flint. 

7 Ownbey & Son, grocers 
9 Vacant 

17 Vacant 

19 Brown Caney 



J. C. McPherson. 



T. G. Clark. 



Mcpherson £ clark, 

STOVES AND TINWARE, HOUSE- 

FURNISHING dOODS. 
45 College St., - ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
PHONE 133. 



L A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G.,{ 

IMiarmm-ist and < liemist. V 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



A tine line of 
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and Soaps. 



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Cherry intersects 
22 Johnson O K 
24 Gass W C 
Rudmon J J 

Hill intersects 
26 Coleman J K 
33 Vacant 
35 Lipinsky S 
42 Davis C B 
47 Farrar A J 

49 Berman Lewis 

50 Tallman D F 
Means J H 

51 Berman L, grocer 
53 Dippolt F B 

56 Patton Wesley, c 

Short intersects 
65 Brown J V 
69 Powell E B 
73 Fain N W 



... In all the CARS 

In fi~hnrillr — 

Is Controlled by the 
TJLsheville JLduertising Rgenojf, 

( Licensed 1 

P. O. Box 17. ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

123 Hunter Moses, c 
125 Cobb A H 
148 Carter W P, c 

W Chestnut intersects 
Gay intersects 

172 Davis Chas L, Maj USA 

173 Vacant 

173 Harrison John, c 
194 Grant R F 
198 Webber C O 

Cxdloirh.ee intersects 



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SHEVILLE . . 
DVERTISING 
GENCY 



Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
Control City Street Car Advertising. 
Prepare and place Newspaper Advertising 
Contractors for Western North Carolina 



79 Bowman J W, c 


200 Atkinson Mrs B M 


83 Gudger H L 


20 z Brown C W 


N w cor Bearden, Montford 


Soco intersects 


Graded School 


250 Merrick Duff 


Bearden intersects 
102 West James S 




MOUNTAIN, from Brick e to 


103 Breese Mrs E H 


North Beaumont, 2 s of 


1 1 1 Tennent Mrs M J 


Poplar. 


113 Sturdevant Miss L H 


1 Colley Henry, c 


114 Wiggings Mrs J A 


Brick intersects 


115 Reilag Mrs Jennie 


5 Simelton Wm, c 


120 Pinkins J J, c 


9 Cope Matt, c 


Blake intersects 


15 Johnson Mary, c 
17 Johnson Julia, c 




WALTER B. QWTN, 


19 Ray Isaac, c 


Attorney at Law, 


20 Hampton George, c 


40 Davis Sarah, c 




S Pine intersects 


No. 9 DRHUMOR BLOCK, 


N w cor S Pine, Smith Liz- 


Cor. Patton Ave. & Church St. 


zie Miss 


Refers to Banks and Leading Busi- 


. . . ness Men of Asheville . . . 


44 Ray Miss Bennie 



THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ^trcS-s,,,.. 

Supply seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with their BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. FRANK O'DOIVMCM., Proprietor. 






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Practical Horseshoer . . 

All Kinds of 

1 p -..-:-.—. Work Done 

Promp ly by . . . . 

J. C. WALLACE, 

15 3 2v£ arket Street. 

MOUNTAIN- Continued 
46 Fletcher Clara, c 
48 Flack Win, c 
52 Foster John W, c 
54 Chapman Miss Ella 
58 White George, c 

64 Grimes Manah, c 

65 Latta Jane, c 

66 Kesler A G, c 
68 Knuckles J S, r 
70 Foster J W, c 

77 Hamilton T C, c 

78 Gaillard A G, c 



13 Penniman Bros & Co, 
hardware 

16 Davenport L E 
\6 x /i Buck Hotel 

17 Seymon T, clothing 

17 2d floor, Cole Mrs A A, 
dressmaker 

17 2d floor, Suber Mrs F B 

18 Shenbaum A 
i&y 2 Hicks L N 

19 O'Donnell F, wines and 
liquors 

20 Cook J T 
20^ Barber shop 

21 Noland D G, grocer 

22 Finestine S 

23 Ullman S, gen'l m'ds 

23 2d floor, Ullman S 

24 Ball Mrs V J, restaurant 
24^ Drake & Meadows 

25 Davis A C, grocer 



W. II. SILL 1 1 



-MEATS, FRESH AND CURED. 



Exclusive Handlers of Western Dressed Meats. 

Phone 66 e- 



86 Weaver Isaac, c 
92 Thompson Reuben, c 
95 Foster Fannie, c 
100 Logan Wm, c 
102 Martin Henry, c 
109 Brown Wm, c 
115 Lipscomb E H, c 

JS Beaumont intersects. 
113 Robinson Julius, c 
113 Oglesby Thomas, c 
124 Bailey Nelson, c 



MURDOCK AVE, from 
side n w to limits, 8 
North Main. 



Hill- 
e of 



NORTH MAIN, from Court 
Square n to Woodfin, thence 
n w bey'd city limits, divid- 
ing line between northeast 
and northwest sections. 



25^ Lowe P W, country pro- 
duce 

26 Freidenburg H & Co 
26i Mourer Miver 

27 Ingle J B & Co, dry goods 
27 Lee Neil, 2d hand goods 

27 2d floor, Starnes Jesse R 
Undertaking Co 

28 Worthen's Pharmacy 

29 Hampton & Featherston, 
saloon 

30 Revell T J 

Comfort in the Shoe ! 

Is not governed by the style of the toe, 
but by the lines of the last conform- 
ing to those of the foot. You can 
have the style of toe to suit your 
taste if you have the last fitted by 

DHBCOTG anatomical 

nilHkf£EfeS SHOEMAKER. 

33 N. Main Street. 



Strings, even the best, will break in ) r ||#' Mucin UnilOQ 

course of time. The freshest, clean- }• T a I IV O IllUolO HUllOC, 



est and best stock always at 



4S Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G„ 

fharmacist and Chemist. 



( 60 Patton 
( Avenue. 



Every purchase deliv- 
ered in the city free of 
chargre. 



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31 2d floor, Clark W P 
.31 2d floor, Brown Henry 
31 2d floor, McPherson J V 

31 Treadvvay James J , general 
merchandise 

32 Lacy J M 

33 Roberts W O, shoemaker 
33 Fitzpatrick T W, paints, 

oils and glass 
33 McConnell J H, undertaker 

33 Schoffner W H, jeweler 

34 Baird Bros 

35 Vacant 

36 Hines Mrs S W 

37 Ingle F P, gen'l mdse 

38 Johnson H C 

39 Morrison T S & Co, gen'l 
mdse 

40 McConnell Bros 
40 2d floor, Ester Wm 
42 Glenn Bros 



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63 Hart E P 
65 Asheville Cigar Co 
67 Davis Mrs J^C 
71 Hamlet Mrs T, boarding 
74 Adams Mrs C B 
79 West H 

88 Reynolds Mrs T E 
Woodfin intersects. 

94 Sawyer Miss M E 

95 Toppins Hoyt, c 
in Banks Isaac, c 
125 Bynum Allen, c 
129 Rumley Rev R P, c 



RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 



Thirty old, reliable 

stock companies. 



Insurance. 



Johnston Building, 13 Court 

Square, Asheville, N. C. 



42^ Jackson Charles, <■ 
43 Rollins & Henslev, tobacco 


133 Ponder J S, c 
155 Nicholas Adolph 




warehouse 


Chervil intersects. 




44 Jackson George, c, Smith T 


156 Malloy T F 

161 Terry Mrs Sarah 




45 Rollins & Hensley 


167 Martin Leland 




Hiawossee intersect". 


234 Owens Mrs L J, boarding 


46 Tucker G H 


235 Bearden M J 




48 Adison C T, c 


250 Maddux L M 




50 Turner Ed, c 


254 Weldon S G 




58 Moore W L 


259 Head M A 




59 Stephens G W, boarding 


263 Head M A 

266 Vacant 

270 Hyndman [as F 

273 Reynolds Wm,r 

274 Rives B F 
276 Foster F M 




MR5. C. E. MOODY, 

CHUNK'S COVF. 

Office : 20 North Court Square. 




Selected Eggs for Invalids. Fine 
Poultry for Table. Choice Honey. 
Fine Strawberries and other Choice 
Products 


277 Cook A F, grocer 

W Chestnut ntcrsects. 
300 Reynolds D L 
306 Shuford F A 





Underwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Gloves, 

Laces, Embroideries, Dress Goods and 
Silks, Staple Dry Goods, Wraps, 

Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc. 



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J 7 & 9 PATTOX AVENUE. 



WHITE G, SMITH, Ph. G., 

J liarmi. <-i*t an<l < ll< mist 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



Nothing but the purest 
of Drugs and Chemicals 
used in Prescriptions. 



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PI10110 195, 

H, P, PEARSON, 

For all kinds Fresh Meat. 

£ STALL E, CENTRAL MARKET. 



NORTH MAIN— Continued 
310 Boone G W 

316 Nicks Mrs E J 

317 Reynolds J K 

318 Wilson W A 

356 Vacant 

357 Jar vis J A 
369 Massey Wm 
382 Young W H 
386 Rayfield T C 
392 Smith C A 
394 Justice W D 

413 Clayton Mrs E W 



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S E cor Woodfin, Rogers H T 
Wood fin in tersecfs. 



OAKDALE AVE, from Hay- 
wood n w to Hill, 3 w of Mont- 
ford Ave. 
4 Wilson D A 
4 McCall T D 
6 Brown J R 
14 McFee J W 

16 Swaney John M, Bruce 
James I 

17 Moore George, c 

18 Buckner J G 
20 Ledwell I G 

29 Hamilton Charles, c 

31 Vacant 

33-35 Vacant 

34 Hamilton C A 

36 Hamilton Rev Joseph, c 



ALLEN 



> OPP. POST-OFFICE 



For the largest and 

best assorted stock of 
FRUITS, CANDIE", CIGARS 
TOBACCO, PIPES. STATIONARY, etc. 



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416 Gwyn Larkin, c 

Hillside intersects. 
Cor Hillside, Jenkins J 
Smith W L 

418 Burnett Jackson, c 

419 Jarvis A K 

425 Cauble D W, blksmith shop 

430 Cauble D W 

431 Walton H S 
436 Taylor M B 
43S Harris W A 

450 Ashton Mrs Agnes 

East intersects. 

Ocala intersects. 

Magnolia intersects. 

Seney intersects. 



OCALA, from North Main n 
w to Flint, 10 n of Patton 
Ave. 



ORANGE, from Merrimon 
ave s e to Central ave, 3 n of 
North Main. 
1 7 Marcus Max 

21 Harris Miss Mattie 

22 The Sanitarium 

23 Cunningham E L 

24 Fitzpatrick R L 
30 Schartle J W 



OAK, from College n to Wood- 
fin, 3 e of N Main. 
20 Doe T B 
Cor Woodfin, Oaks Hotel 



CCIps. H- B. RRV, 

IS South Main Street. 



HMcas3ant location; on Car Xine, 
. . . acim.5 IReasonable . . . 



Take it to ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

43 West College Street. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,{ 

l'li;irtinci»l and Chemist. I 



60 Patton) FINE CIGARS, 

> Key West and Domestic, 
Avenue. J always on hand. 



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58 Garrard Mrs 
67 Goldsmith W W 

70 Henry O H 

71 Cohn J M 

82 Stephenson R K 
85 Patton Mrs M M 
87 Orange st High School 
Central Ave. intersects. 



PARK AVE, from Haywood 
and Buxton s, thence s w to 
Roberts, 4 s w of Patton ave. 
2 Lee J S 

70 Long M D 

78 Brown T E 

97 Means R H 

98 Woodcock Mrs J E 

99 Johnson Miss A 

10 1 Pitts W W 

102 Templeton Wm C 
105 Wiley A L 



J. J. LANGE, . . . 

. . . IVew Saloon, 

BILLIARD and POOL PARLOR, 

f 17 W. College, cor. Lexington Ave. 
\ Rear Berkeley Hotel. 

i Rumbough Col J H 

2 Sawyer C 

3 Hough W J 

5 Wood J H 

6 Blair A B 

7 Terrell T V 



PATTON AVE, from Court 
Square w to Haywood, di- 
viding northwest and south- 
west sections. 
1 Oak Hall Barbet Shop 



W 4 P NVP Cr IV IT T G BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 
f f J\ \J Ll £j SX tV ff JLJjJJO, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
&*r- Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 



107 Loudon L 


6 California Fruit Store 


107 Hinton D S 


7-9 Redwood H & Co 


141 Francis R L 


7-9 3d floor, McCanless' Stu- 


144 Francis W C 


dio 


168 Tarpley T M 


10-12 "The Enterprise" Balti- 


170 Adams E T 


more Clothing House 


199 Clarke E T 


1 1 Boyce W A 


201 Caldwell W K 


13 Battery Park Bank 


202 Wilburn Mrs A E 


2d floor, Tucker, Murphy 





& Erwin, Lawyers 


PARK PLACE, (Girdwood) 


14 Wexler E, Longbottom's 


from Park ave w to Roberts. 


barber shop 




16 Williamson W B & Co 


LOAMS 1 


17 Blomberg L 
17-i Calkrell Mrs A V,dressmkr 




Lexington Ave. intersects. 


J. C. Rumbough, 


18 Schartle J W, tailor 
' 18 Rhoads W V 


KE4L ESTATE AGENT, 


19 Men's Outfitter 


Paragon Building, 


20 Hotel Pisgah 


Patton Avenue, corner Haywood. 


21 Hotel Berkeley 



THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, jffwSKS w 

Distillers Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' R>es, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. FRANK (i D*»\\ni, Proprietor. 



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60 Patton ) Prompt, polite and 

v pleasant attention given 
Avenue. J to customers. 



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i and Renting- ^ 

|j> W. N. R O U N D Y , ^ 
54 Patton Ave. (0pp. Postofliee.) Tel. 190 2 



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PATTON AVE— Continued 

22 Chedester S H 

23 Berkeley Cigar Store 
Carolina Coal Co 
Asheville Directory Office 
Bostic J B Co, real estate 
and loan 

24 Pelham's Drug Store 
26 Morris E R, physician 

26 Y M C A 
Robb Dr 

27 Cosby B'H 

28 Mitchell F E 



6 7 Miller Prof Otis A, artist 

4, 6 and 8 Vacant 

9 Jacobs Mrs A M, modiste 

10 Vacant 

11 Vacant 

12 Vacant 

13 Vacant 

14 Jacobs Mrs A M 

15 McPherson & Clark 

16 Florio Caryl 

17 18 Merrick & Roach 

19 Vacant 

20 Vacant 

21 Vacant 

22 Vacant 

23 Jacobs Mrs A M 

24 Baird L P 

25 Vacant 

26 Vacant 

27 Vacant 

28 Sumner & Co 



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PARAGON BUILDING. Eight years with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt, 
snt Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



30 The Guarantee Shoe Store 

31 Raysor C A 

31 2d floor, Williams J H, 
physician 

32 2d floor, Crawford A, phy- 
sician 

32 Asheville Ice and Coal Co 
Asheville Milling Co 

33 Alexander M 
Brown, Northup & Co 

34 Sou Ry City Ticket Office 
Asheville Transfer Co 

35 Law J H 

36 Vacant lot 

40 42 The Maxwelton, Sum- 
ner & Co 

Maxwelton. 

1 Vacant 

3 Asheville & Biltmore Ry 
Co 

2 Vacant 



39 (2d floor) Shope W L 
41 Whitlock Clothing House, 
(The) 

43 Bazaar (The) 

44 Heinitsh & Reagan 
Idlewild Floral Co 

Church intersects 

45 Blair W A 
Brown J V & Son 

47 Sawyer J P, carpets 

48 Drhumor bldg, Field A M, 

jeweler 
Falk's Music House 

views 0; mm house, 

Up-to-Date Authorized Photos. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

Ray's Cut-Rate Book Store, 

8 N. COURT SQUARE. 



Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio- 
lins, a complete line. One price only, 
and that the lowest known, at 



Falk's Music House, 

48 PATTON AVENUE. 



U/I4ITP R QUITM Ph R ( 60 Patton ) Prescription Department 
IfPIlL Ui Oiflin, rill U., a [complete in every re- 

( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 



PlinriiiiioiMt Hiiti Chemist 



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48 Drhumor bldg, Gvvyn W 

B, lawyer and real estate 
50 Drhumor bldg, Morgan & 

Alexander, furnishing 

goods 
Reeves R H, dentist 
Whitson W R, lawyer 
West W W, real estate 
Gunter A C, real estate and 

loans 
5 and 6, Heard Dr E N 

48 Waddell & Sluder, ins 
(3d floor) Asheville Club 

49 Temple Court building 

1 Arthur John P, lawyer 

2 and 3 Merrimon & Mer- 

rimon, lawyers 
7 and 8 Davidson & Jones, 

lawyers 
13 and 14 Wilkerson M V 
15 Vacant 



Asheville Foundry & Machine Shop 

J. J. Cole, Proprietor. 

Manufacturers of all Kinds Castings, 
Dealers in New and Second- 
hand Machinery. 
Machinery Repaired on Short Notice. 
8 BUTTRICK STREET. 

Smith R S, architect 
5 and 6,Broughton DrLJoe 
Rumbough J C 
Haywood in ter sects 

52 Pearson E J, physician 

(Died Aug 6th) 

53 Kienle A 

54 Jones A V & Co 
Roundy W N, real estate 

and renting 
54 Allen W E 
54^ Harris J T, shoemaker 
6o Smith White G, pharmacy 



Rogers' Asheville 



Is the VIEW BOOK 

for the Tourist. 



1 6 Bell J A, janitor 

17 Vacant 

18 and 19 Rogers Nat S & 
Co, lumber dealers 

20 Johnston R B 

Johnston Wm Jr 
6 Cole Miss A M 

4 Revell O D 

5 Plummer J D 
9 Weaver F M 

51 Thrash's Crystal Palace 
Paragon building, n e cor 
Haywood 

Idlewild Floral Co. 

Will Furnish Cut Flowers in Taste- 
ful and Beautiful Designs. 



^TORTT" 44 PATTON AVENUE. 



89 Battery Park Sample Room 

90 Slagle's Hotel 

100 Glaze D M, confectionery 

Jones Fred, barber 
162 Vacant 
104, 106, 108 Patton & Stike- 

leather, livery 
108 Linch Sidney, c, restaurant 

En Hen intersects 
122 Everett House 

Grove intersects 
N e cor Grove Mercer & Miller, 

confectioners 
153 Vacant 
159 Hughes J D 
French Broad ace intersects 

181 Chandler HG 

Maple Shade Place intersects 

182 Holmes George, c, lunch 

stand 
193 Page T C 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 
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Pharmacist and Chemist. [ Avenue. ) for the Teeth. 



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ASHEVILLE 

Supply & Foundry Company. 

FOUNDRY CASTINGS 



Of All Kinds 



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PATTON AVE— Continued 

Ann intersects 
200 Holmes G, c 
21 1 Patterson R O 
220 Howard V A 

(basement) Pendland W S,c 
223 Chedester N P 
234 Vacant 

242 Howell Frances, c 
250 Cannon G W, grocer 
266 Brown J C 
268 Baird C W & Co, grocers 
272 West End Drug Store 



23 Cole Mrs Lucetta V 

24 Sumner B H 

27 Heinitsh H E 

28 Bollinger R C 

31 Kerr Mrs H A 

32 Penland Mrs M P 
35 Jones Wm M 

3 g Vader Mrs C E 

39 Alexander M 

40 Whitlock Adolph 
44 Levy M 

50 Goldsmith F L 

Hi a wassee intersects 



PHIFER, from Bailey n w to 
French Broad ave, 4 s of Pat - 
ton ave. 

184 Johnson Amy, c 

186 Gardner Marion, c 



PHILLIPS, from Bailey w to 



CAROLINA COAL co 



Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



(2d floor) Harris James B 

PEACH ROW, extension Spring 
from Patton ave north. 
Fews T, c 
Liddle J, c 
McClane F, c 



French Broad ave, i s of Pat- 
ton ave. 

30 Vacant 

Grove intersects 

36 Courtney J H 

44 Hollingsworth R T 



PEARSON AVE, from Gay n w 
to limits, 1 w of Montford ave. 
527 Brown B F 

899 Parker A L 

900 Banks Wiley, c 
1000 Mclntyre Mason, c 

Pearsons Drive intersects 
10 Rich J J 
no Ledford B 



PENLAND, from West College 
n to Hiawassee, 2 w of North 
Main. 



PINE (NORTH), from College 
n e to Baird, 5 e of N Main. 

College intersects 
5 Hildebrand Mrs E S 
9 Belote E T 
19 Poor R T 



J. C. McPherson. 



T. G. Clark. 



Mcpherson & clark, 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters, 

Steam and Hot Water Heating. 

45 College Street, Asheville. 
Phone 133. 



H. Redwood & Co, 



7 »nd 9 PATTON AVENUE. 

A choice stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, 

Shoes, Hats, etc., at fixed and 

reasonable prices. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6., ( 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



Prescriptions 

delivered 

promptly. 



PIN 



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Wood fin in tef sects 

25 Deaver W H 

26 Harris J T 
30 Cain J A 

33 DuBose J R 
36 Heath J W 
43 Turbyfill N H 
45 Fullam J S 
S E cor Baird, von Ruck Dr 
Carl, medical director 
Winyah Sanitarium 



PINE, (South) from College s 
w to s Beaumont, 5 e of 
North Main. 
38 Sandford Alexander, c 
41 Erwin M D, c 
46 Brooks John, c 
72 Cor Hildebrand, Jordan 
Armstead. c 



BILL POSTING! 

Over 2,000 Feet Excellently Located 
. . . Boards owned by the . . . 

Asheville Auvertising Agency, 

(LICENSKD.) 
P. O. Box 17. - • ASHEVILLE, X. C. 

174 Jackson Mariah, c 
176 Pearson Jessie, c 
176 rear, Gross Allan, c 
180 Austin George 
186 Cathey John, c 
186 rear, Holly Mary, c 

Jackson C, c 
190 Curtis W A, c 

Blackwell Alexander, c 
190*4 rear, Scott H S, c 
192 Street Charles, c 
192 rear, Dobson Charles 



ASHEVILLE . . ( licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
DVERTISINC \ Control City Street Car Advertising. 
PPNI^V / I* r **P areautl l>lac- Newspaper Advertising 

\*fcl*OY ■ ■ ■ ■ ^Contractors for Wes'.ern North Carolina 



72 Tennent Emma, c 
Hildebrand intersects. 
126 Mooney Wade, c 
128 Lyday Jackson, c 

130 Abbott Maggie, c 

131 Neal Julia, c 

133 Golightly Wm, c 

134 Morris Thomas, c 

135 Moore John, c 

136 Fisher Wesley, c 
150 Green Mrs M M 

172 Trotter Alex, c 

173 Flack W M,r, grocer 

WdLTER B. QWYN, 

I^eal Estate 

Established 1881. 

Drhumor Block, Cor Patton 

Ave. and Church St. . . . — -^^*- 

Refers to Banks and Leading Business 
Men of Asheville. 



196 Holcombe H W 

226 Cor Mountain, Bailey Lee,c 

Mountain intersects. 



POPLAR, from College e 
North Beaumont, 4 e 
North Main. 
29 Haynes George, c 

S. Pine intersects. 
40 Allen Pink, c 
43 Wheeler J W 
47 Whiteside Lathey, c 
50 Johnson J P, c 
56 Moore James, c 
58 Lee Henry, c 
62 Benson Henry, c 
66 Copening Henry, c 
68 Hayden Marvel, c 
78 McKesson Elsie, c 
118 Williams Elizabeth, c 
120 rear, Kennedy Rhoda, c 



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THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, 

~ ~Jeer delivered free in the city and I A l m , T1 , 11 a "NT f* 
Frank O'Donnell, Proprietor, j rialievillc, IN . V^. 



Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and 
vicinity, 



19 N. Main Street, 
» t 7&7^W. College Street, 



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WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., I 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



60 Patton I 
Avenue. \ 



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rescriptions, 
tire Drugs, 
ills & Powders. 



POP 



136 



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J. C. WALLACE, 

. Tt|B HQPSBShDBP . 

And Carriage and 
«* Wagon Builder . . 

153 MARKET STREET. 

POPLAR— Continued 

119 Hough John 

E. College intersect*. 

120 Harris Benjamin, c 
125 Harrison Moses, c 
130 Pace Mrs Nancy 
133 Flournoy R L, r 

136 Justice W T 

137 Dal ton Calvin 

138 White J J 

141 Littlejohn Mack, c 
145 Foster Samuel, c 
147 Stean Moses, c 



REED, from Baird n e to limits, 
2 e of Charlotte. 



REVELL'S ROW, rear 55 De- 
pot. 



RIVERSIDE 

Avery ] 



DRIVE. [See 



ROBERTS, from W Haywood 
s e to Depot, 4 s e from Pat- 
ton ave. 

60 Dobbins Hettie, c 

65 Henderson Jack, c 

69 Sherrill Nettie, c 

94 Knox Hodge, c 

98 Lorrick Henry, c 
112 Smith Anthony, c 
1 14 Lenoir John, c 
116 Phillips Wm 
118 Mears R L 



W. I HILL k CO.. 



Fine Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork. 
Game in season. 



-Phone 66. 



183 Gaither Rev Rufus, e 


120 Goodson John 


Boyce Moneton, c 


121 Johnson Andrew, c 


_« — 


122 Johnson E D 


RECTOR, from Depot n w to 


123 Reynolds Wm 


Haywood, 2 s of Patton ave. 


124 Gardner George 


15 James F E 


126 (rear) Reaves J P 


17 Riley Thomas 


142 Foster C F 


19 Morris J F 


145 Green Gay, grocer 


21 Trexler B L 


Buxton intersects 


23 Jackson D C 


Cor Buxton, Green J M 


24 Rector W G 


146 Gooch Wm 


25 Wilson B F 
Brown J H 


171 Parker W L, grocer 




27 De Vault VV W 


Thinly a FFJoment 




REDMOND'S ALLEY, from 


If vou had a pair of Lasts fitted 


East east to limits. 
25 Moss Samuel 


(free of charge) you would get 
Absolute Comfort in footwear 


26 Briggs M G 

28 Turner Edward, c 

31 Allison Mrs L 


..ROBERTS,.. 
83 H. Main St. - Asheville, N. C. 



A f "" PIANOS and ORGANS "' 



line of 



on easy installments, at 
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.. 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



\ A full line ol 
' Soaps, Spoug s 
[ ami Perfumeiy 
J always unhand 



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(2d floor) Hammett Mrs 
M S 

172 Treadway J R 

173 Joyner Mrs C L 
195 Peigler J C 

197 Gossett R A 
199 McDonald E N 



Real Estate ' 



and Renting. 



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L> 54 Patton ATe. (i>pp. Poslollite.) Tel 






ROLLINS, from Depot w to 
French Broad, 1 n of Sou 
Railway. 
1 Barksley H F 

3 McCoy W H 

4 Patton John L 
7 Moore E B 

9 Glenn E R 



SENEY, from N Main e to Mer- 
rimon, 14th n of Court Sq. 
8 Kuykendall N A 
North Main intersects 



37 Dillingham D A 

40 Crowell J A 

41 Stirling A 

44 Creasman M A 

47 Whiteside 1 K 

48 Jordan F M 

East intersects 
55 Miller T A 
60 Redmon S M 
69 Campbell George 
75 Snyder F M 
77 Brown R C 
77 Isom Mrs M C 



RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable In c n po n no Johnstou Building, 13 Court 

stock companies. llloUl ttllvC. Square, Asheville, N. C. 



11 Saxon Henry, c 


96 Redmon James 




13 Blackburn A C 


Berry L M 




Whiteside T B 


Posey Win 




1 5 Dalton T S 


80 Redmon Mrs C 




21 Bean S I 


82 Condry Win 




Centre intersects 


319 Montgomery Calvin, c 




West intersects 


Firftan intx rsects 




24 White H H 


Highland intersects 




25 Mitchell D F 


Holland intersect* 




26 Henderson J E 






31 BallT B 


SHORT, from Cherry n w 


to 


35 Busby Rev L E 


limits, 4 w of N Main. 




36 Vacant 


8 Gudger Walter R 

9 Fanning Mrs H S 








C.E. H00DT, 


1 1 Wilson Mrs Louisa 




12 Moore J G 
15 Kever John 




20 N. Court Square, 








Coal, Wood, Lime, Cement, 


16 Copeland Lettie, c 




Charcoal, Coke. 


19 Mclntyre F R 
23 Boykin S D 




« PHONE 121 ' 


27 Hughes P H 





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Meilimn anil Upper Grades of Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Satins, Vel- 
vets, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Corsets, Embroideries, L,aces, etc. 

H, REDWOOD &. CO., 7 and 9 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



60 Patton | 
Avenue 



I make a 

specialty of 



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, . Fresh Meats . . 

Fish, Game & Poultry 



Phone 195 

Central Market, 
Stall E 



16 Fitzgerald John 

17 Howard Matilda, c 

Weaver intersects 
20 Sorrels L F 
23 Reed Lottie, c 



SHORT— Continued 

32 Clapp W R 

33 Dukes T C H 

35 Jenkins J H 

36 Perry J M 

37 Duncan A F 

38 Field C P 

40 Rumley Sarah, c 
45 Martin Dora, c 



SILVER, from Bailey w 
Grove, 3 s of Patton ave. 
15 Fehramamm Mrs C H 



to 



SOUTH MAIN, from Court 
Square s, thence s w to city 
limits, dividing line between 
southeast and southwest sec- 
tions. 

13 Smith Dr T C, druggist 
13 2d floor, Cobb T H, lawyr 
Rutledge, Patterson, Webb 
& Co, insurance 
Jones & Barnard, lawyers 
Cor S Ct Sq, Dickerson J E & 
Co 
15 "Bon Marche" 
17 Fisher U D & Co, 5 and 
10 cts store 



Candies 



A big stock Fruits, Candies, Stationery, 
Cigars and Tobacco, at 
ALLEN'S Fruit and Cigar Store, 
I Opposite Post-tffiee. 



18 Britt Bros 

19 Collins Daniel 

23 Thompson Samuel, c 

24 Kilpatrick Perry 

25 Brown Win, c 
28 McCall H 

34 Ivy L 
36 Vacant 

SOCO, from Montford n e to 
limits, 7th n of Haywood. 



SORREL, from Atkin n w to 
limits. 

5 Shelton Jeff, e 

6 Henry Lee, c 

7 Williams Silas, r 

8 Jones Charles, c 

9 Turner J M, grocer 
10 Hawkins James, c 

S. Beaumont intersects. 



17 Fisher H L, 

18 Vacant 

19 Chedester N P, gen'l mdse 

19 Goldsmith W W, watch- 
maker 

18^ Aston, Rawls & Co 

20 Carmichael's Pharmacy 

21 Fisher H L 

22 Roger's Book Store 

23 O'Donnell J, saloon 

24 2d floor, Thrash Dr Geo 
Woodcock Dr John H 

25 Smith John, c, restaurant 

Private Bonding 

ffirs. H- B. RflV, 

19 South Main Street. 



pleasant ILocatfon; on Car Xine, 
. . . Ccrms IReasonable . . . 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

Telephone 95. 43 WEST COLLEGE STREET. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,{ 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. 



60 Patton 

Avenue. 



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oaps, 

ponges. 



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26 Heston's Bakery 

27 Noland M C, grocer 
27^ Arcadia Hotel 

28 Palais Royal 
28^ Cowan P L 

29 Mears G A & Sons, 

30 Stoner J M, dry goods 

31 Mears G A & Sons 

32 Johnson Mrs L A, furniture 

33 Mears G A & Sons 

33 Greenleaf B, c, barber 

34 Glaser & Silber 

35 Vacant 

36 Woodlawn Cafe 

2d floor Sevier Dr D E 
Sevier Dr J T 

37 Riverside Undertaking Co 
37-i Hilliard C E, physician 

Hull Fred A, real estate 
Hilliard Walter L, phys 
(3d floor) K of H hall 



J. J. LANGE. 



17 W. COLL6G® ST. 

Cor. Lfxington Avenue. 

47 McDowell, Phillips & Co 
(2d floor) McKinnon D R, 

tailor 
47 Parker Haywood 
Waddell D C, Jr 
46 and 48 (2d flaor) Neville R 

O, boarding 

48 (lower story) Vacant 

49 Vacant 

50 -'Andy's Place" 
52 Eagle Hotel 

Elite Cafe (The) 



Wlf2NTR &■ WTTT.Sl BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 

Tf ii-Wliril* 4V TT liJUO) Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 

«®= Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 



K of P hall 

R A hall 

Swannanoa Lodge, No 646 

38 Trifield A 

39 Cooper C S, grocer and feed 

40 Brown A L, c 

41 Vacant 

Logan Thomas, barber 
(3d floor) Vacant 
43 Bonanza Wine & Liquor Co 

45 Jenkins Bros, grocers 

Eagle intersects 

46 Collateral Loan office 

J. C. RUMBOUQH, 

<+$, Real Esf ate 

RENTING and LOANS- 
. . Paraxon Building 1 . . 

Haywood St. 



53 The Club Wine and Liquor 

House 

54 (lower floor) Vacant 

55 Daley Furniture Co 

56 (lower floor) Vacant 

57 Shope J B, saddlery 

58 Acme Wine & Liquor House 

59 Kny L T, glass engraver 
(2d floor) Shartle's Studio 

60 Betterton & Co 

61 LaBarbe Miss N S, milli'ry 

Willow intersects 

62 Singer Sewing Mach office 

64 Zageir E 

64^ Freeman L E Mrs, board'g 

65 Swicegood& Brown 

66 Wilson J A 

68 Southern Express Co 
70 Asheville Hotel 

72 Swannanoa Saloon 

73 Swannanoa Hotel 



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When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER and BRANDIES, call at 

10 North Main Street, 

7 and 7Va West College Street, 
FRANK O'DONNELL, Propr. 



v» iien yuu neeu oniy me Desi nine nniarici, d 

The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores," 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. 



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54 Palton Ave. ('>pp. Postofiiee.) Tel. 190 1 



SOUTH MAIN— Continued 
75 Howell J H, tobacco dealer 

75 Brown VV L, sign writer 

76 Empiie Stables 

81 Brown Charles L, practical 

horse shoer 

82 Morris J W 

S3 Sevier J V, livery stable 

105 Hilliard Mrs M E 
(rear) Spangenberg J 

106 Vacant 

116 Simpson R L 

117 Thomason W S 



177 Blackwelder L C 

Hough W R 
179 Keith Mrs S V, boarding 
182 Swink John 
188 Swink J C 
190 Swink J C 

Smith Earl 
192 Lytle John M 
195 Goodlake Mrs M J 
198 Eawe Rachael, c 

South Side Ave. intersects. 
200 Glassco J W, c 

205 Kerksey Harriet, c 

206 Kemp Elisha, c 
261 Sugg J K 

263 Grant R M 

265 Garren W M 

271 Downum Rev J M 

273 Smith F D 

277 Jones W S 

283 Donhoo H S 



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PARAGON BUILDING. Eight vears with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt, 
lent Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



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130 Leonard C B 
133 Snider W F 
139 Carmichacl W C 

145 Mears G A 

146 Jones H C 
153 Williams B H 
159 Marquardt J A 

Atlcin intersects. 
S E cor Atkin, Vacant 

Factory no 178 5th district 

NC 
Nr Atkin, Asheville Street R R 

car shed 
Nr Atkin, Harrington George 
161 Freck Adolph 
163 Harris Scott J, grocer 
165 Green B J, c 
167 Latimore John, c 
169 Noblitt M C, grocer 

172 Trexler B C 

173 Swicegood L 



285 Stewart & Byrd 
285 rear, House John, c 
287 Moore Thomas, c 
289 Brown Wiley B 
294 Bradley W S 
309 Vacant 
311 Stevens J S 

323 Stevenson A F, carriage 
painting 

325 Daniel R N 

326 Israel W A 

327 Frady J B 

333 Shope J B 

peapeii'jjODk.gtore 

In North Carolina. 

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«— ' ) v_/ v_^ V_y All books at sweeping re- 
ductions from publishers' prices. 

RAY'S CUT RATE BOOK STORE. 



This city ^v^ifj^T&^Ta^but TALK'S MUSIC HOUSE 

Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G., 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



60 Pattern 

Aveuue. 



Pocket Books, 
Card t'af-es. 
A full line of 
Leather Goods. 



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339 

344 
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366 

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385 

387 
417 
419 
420 
421 
422 



Clark J P 
Bowen Lucius J 
Rickman Mrs Mattie 
Green Leuton, c 
Erwin SET 
Vacant 
Bishop J W 
Johnson Lisbon, c 
McCoy Dennis, c 

McDowell intersects. 
McDowell Ed E 
Vacant 

McDowell Mrs W VV 
Hudson E B 
Mitchell Wm 

McDowell & Johnson, gro- 
cers 



SOUTHSIDE AVE, from 
South Main s w to Depot, 4 
s of Patton Ave. 



Ashev.lle Foundry I Machine Shop 

J. J. Cole, Proprietor. 

Manufacturers of all Kinds Castings, 
Dealers in New and Second- 
hand Machinery. 
Machinery Repaired on Short Notice. 
8 BUTTRICK STREET. 

70 Moss Lawson, barber 

74 Ray Mrs Matilda 

76 Vacant 

80 Williams Thomas, c 

88 Gibbs Samuel, c 

90 O'Neal Turner, c 

94 Moss Lawson, barber 
100 Sisk Lucinda, c 
106 Vacant 
104 Rice Millie, c 
200 Graham M B 

Victoria intt rsects. 
216 Foster J S, grocer 



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Rogers' Book Store 



For BOOKS. 

STATIONERY and 
SOUVENIRS. 



7 Isaac T L 


McDowell intersects. 


1 1-12 Trailor Andy 


226 Creasman J H 


13 Davis Lula, <■ 


284 Jones W C 


14 Bredloe Thomas, c 


286 Owens J L 


15 Baxter Sallie, c 


288 Mills C M 


16 Vacant 





18 Wright Joseph, c 


SPRING, from Havwood n w 


20 Mills Joseph, c 


to W Haywood, 1 w from 


22 Dumery Addie, c 


Patton Ave. 


24 Bracket Mattie 


1 Powell F A 


26 Stewart Jack, c 


4 Lyerly W R 


66 Tote Sam. c 


5 Lyerly M W 


68 Blackmail Henry, c 


10 Nelson N B 
21 Butler Mrs E 




Idleiui!d Floral C n 


23 Hampton T C 




25 Stepp J R 


Cut Flowers, Latest Designs, Every 
Variety Put up on Short Notice. 


25 Patton J E 




25 basement, Coakley T P 




26 Goldsmith M E 


STORE: 44 Patton Ave. Phone 99. 
GREENHOUSES : Charlotte St. 


29 Mills Mrs S A 


Phone 132. 


30 Black J 



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Hats, Caps, Men's Furnishing 
Goods, Clothing, Wraps, Dry 
Goods, Shoes, etc 



H. REDWOOD & CO., 

ONE PRICE STORE. 



ITE G.SMITH, Ph.G., 

I'lun-niac-ist ami < liemist. 



60 Patton 

Avenue. 



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by competent 
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J delivered promptly 



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Machinery and Machine 
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SPRING— Continued 
31 Childress G T 

42 Pitts Mrs H C 

43 Bell J 
Smith J 

45 Penland G S 
Orders J M 
47 Vacant 
55 Elmore John M 

SPRUCE, (North) from Col- 
lege n to Woodfin, 1 e of 
N Main. 



10 Lynch S S 
12 White C M 
14 Konigsberg L 
16 and 18 Westall W H, lum- 
ber dealer 

36 Hill W M 

37 Kuykendall Pink 
Miller Gus 
Rollins W H 
Patton Frank 

42 Vacant 

Eagle intersects 

STARNES AVE., from North 
Main s w to Cumberland ave, 
6 n of Patton ave. 

5 Wilbur Mrs J 

6 Mustin Eli 

7 Read Miss H 

Grady intersects 

8 Sites A B 



CAROLINA COAI , CO. 



Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



24 Miller C H 




1 1 The Brexton 


27 Young J M 




13 Brown Mrs R V 


College intersects. 




14 Branch T W 


29 McBrayer Calvin, c 




15 Barker T M 


35 Reeves Dr R H 




19 Stradley W C 


41 Mitchell Mrs Carrie 




20 Mathis G M 


48 The Reynolds 
56 Swartzberg M 




23 Stradley G F 
27 Harrison T R 


57 Slayden A J 
Fakes B R 




28 Bostick J B 

29 Miller U S 


63 Grabau W F 




30 Walton F A 


65 Reilley M J 
Cor Woodfin, Christian Church 


Petrie H 
31 Young J T 


SPRUCE (SOUTH), from 
lege s to Eagle, thence s 


Pol- 
and 
ain. 


J. C. McPhep.son. T. G. Claek. 

Mcpherson &clark, 


s w to limits, 1 e of N M 
3 Jarvis W A 

College intersect* 


Electric Bell Work, Annunciators, 
Electrical Supplies. 


6 Justice G W Jr 
8 Michalov S H 


45|ColIege Slreet. Phone 133. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Aveuue, Room 24. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G., 

Pharmacist an<l Chemist. 



60 Pattern 
Avenue. 



A fine line of 
Imported Per- 
fumes, Extracts 
and Soaps. 



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32 Baker J L 

33 Brown E D 

34 Fisher S J 
37 Johnson P J 



SUMMIT, from Hillside s w to 
limits, 5 e of North Main. 
1 White Mrs M E 



SUNSET DRIVE, from Baird 
n e to limits. 



SYCAMORE, from Valley n w 
to Market. 
7 Crawford Josie, c 
27 Talley Randolph, c 



TACOMA, from Pearson ave n 
w to limits, 4 n of Gay. 



DISTRIBUTING 

Sample and Advertising Matter 

_ Circulated at Reasonable Rates 

_5ta__ under PERSONAL Supervision. 

Asheville Advertising Agency, 

(LICENSED. I 

P.O. Box 17. - - ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

VALLEY, from College s w to 
South Main, 3 e of NorthMain. 
24 Perry John, c 

28 Smith E 

29 Heards Gillie, c 
31 Biglow Mrs Sue 

69 Electric power house 
73 Doster H, c, grocer 
Eagle intersects 
73 Diamond Miles, c 
76 Bailey Charles, c 



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SHEVII LE < Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 

DVERTISINC Control City Street Car Advertising. 
nCMOV ( Prepare and plac a Xewspaper Advertising 

GEIMOY ■ ■ ■ ■ v. Contractors for Wesiern North Carolina 



TURNER, from Buttrick s w 
to Spring, 1 n w of Patton 
avenue. 

15 Killian M A 
Mathews Levi 

16 Talbert A 

17 Hawkins B F 

18 Cole J J 

19 .Rninehardt E T 

20 McAfee A W 
Call Mrs Rachel 

25 Davis R L 
McLean A 

Real Estate . . 

■■ Choice Asheville Properties. 

WALTER B. GWYN, 

Attorney at Law. Notary Public. 

Refers to Banks and Leading Business Men 
of Asheville. Drhumor Block, Cor. 
Patton Ave. and Church St. 

Asheville, N. C. 



77 Bies John, c 

Redmon Willis, c 

79 Bostic Louisa, c 
Miller Delia 

82 Parks Albert 

83 Johnson Mrs L 
127 Morris James, c 

129 Armstead Rena, c 

130 Love Mary, c 
136 Jodon George B 

139 Dickson I, c, grocer 
Catholic arc intersects 

147 Ledbetter Rufus, c 

157 Haynes Jonas, c 

159 Hall Lee, c 

Sycamore intersects 
South Main intersects 



THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ^tTJ^s^. 

Supplv seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with their BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. l'KAMi OIK»\.Ml,I„ Proprietor. 



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Woodfin, 2 e of North Main. 
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( Avenue. 



Pharmacist and < li< ini-xl. 



(Prescriptions filled 
only by competent 
Pharmacists, and 
delivered to any 
part of the city. 



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J. C. WALLACE, 

PRACTICAL 

HORSESHQER 

All Kinds of Carriap-e and Wagon 

. . Work Done Promptly . . 
Ho. 153 IMTa/rlcet Street. 

\ r ANCE— Continued 
13 Pegram W P 

15 Pulliam Mrs K F 
18 Saunders B G 

20 Whittington Dr W P 

16 WorsleyJ B 
20 Roberts W O 

Brown L 
2S Treadway L 

Woodfin intersects. 

A'ICTORIA AYE, 2 beyond 
limits S Main, 1 s of McDowell 



Lexington Ave. intt rsects. 
47 Roberts Mrs S M 

Girdwood N W 
44 Pugh C S 

Penland intersects. 
Gray Gables, Messier F M, 
Tones B K 



WATAUGA, from Montford 
Ave n w to Pearson Ave, 6 n 
of Haywood. 



WATER, (South) (See Lexing- 
ton) from Patton Ave s to 
Willow, 1 w of S Main. 



WATER, (North) (see Lexing- 
ton) from Patton Ave n to 
North Main, 1 w of North 
Main. 



W. M. HILL & CO., 



PHONE 66. 



( Steam Sausage Factory. 

Clean and Wholesome. 
(. Sausage, Bolognas and Puddings. 



VIEW, from Atkinson w and n 
w to limits, 1 n of Haywood. 
1 Can nan Zachary 

1 Lively F M 

2 Grahl A S 

3 Candler Samuel 

4 Oglesby L N 
2 7 Bowling B E 



22 McKee Mamie, c 
115 Robinson Ann, c 



North Main 
2 n of Pat- 



shoer 



WALNUT, from 
w to Haywood, 
ton Ave. 
7 Reese C A, c, horse 

and blacksmith 
9 Bruton G, c 
10 Simelton Elsie, c 
N W Lexington ave, McCoy E 
W & Co bicycle school 
13 Powers Win H, livery stable 
13 Reynolds D L 
17 Roberts W F 



WEAVER, from Sorrell n e to 
limits. 
5 Boyer M C, c 

Som I intt rsects. 

7 Sheperd Charles 
Connelly Lee, c 

8 Smith Peter, c 
19 Isom J, c 



Riding Boots, 

LEGGINGS, 

made to Order for Uad ies and Gentlemen 

Roberts, 

33 N. Main St.. Asheville, N. C. 



Strings, even the best, will break in 
course of time. The freshest, clean 
est and best stock always at 



-IFalk's Music House, 

J 4s Patton Avenue. 



WHITE 6. SMITH, Ph. G„ 

rlinriiincist and < ImiiNt 



\ 60 Patton 
( AveDiie. 



Every purchase deliv- 
ered in the city free of 
charge. 




WEST, from Seney n w to 
its, i e of North Main. 
6 Anderson Rev J C 
20 Hyndman T L 

46 Marlow W B 

47 Ray Walter 

49 Williams George A, c 

Hillside intersects. 
74 Robinson Mrs M A 
Trull Charles 

85 Roberts T M 

86 Penland'S K 



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I W. N. R O U N & Y , <j) 
54 Patton Ave. (0|>i>. Pusiofiice.) Tel. 100 



WILLIAM, from Atkinson n 
to limits, 1 n of Hill. 

WILLIAMS, from Bailey w to 
Grove, 2 s of Patton Ave. 

WILLOW, from South Main w 
to Church, 1 s of Patton Ave. 



3$ Chreitzberg Dr H F 
Chmrh intersects 

WOODFIN, from North Main 
e to North Pine, 2 n ot Court 
Square. 
4 Burroughs Dr J A 

21 Reynolds Mrs T E 

22 Spears Mrs J C 

23 Starnes Dr E C 
Davis G W 

35 McConnell T H 
McConnell W C 



RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 



Thirty old, reliable 

stock companies. 



Insurance. 



Johnstou Building, 13 Court 

Square, Asheville, N. C. 



9 Swicegood & Brown, car 
riage painting and up 
bolstering 

Nichols J P, cabinet mkr 
15, 17, 19 Chambers, Weaver 
& Co, livery stables 

17 Swicegood & Brown, car- 
riage painters 

Lexington Arc intersects. 

18 Harrington A B, c 
20 Russell E R, c 

25 Swink J C, gen'l blacksmth 

Best Bituminous and Hard , . 
. . COAL, 

Wood anil Kiudling, 

. . C. E. MOODY, . . 

Phone 121. 20 N. Cou't Square. 



42 Orr Thomas F 

N. Spruce intersect* 
47 Weaver J H 
52 Tenement house 
58 Morris A F 
60 Harrison D W 
62 Harrison Bros 

(3d floor) Moore Mrs M A 

Lanning J H 

Davis Mrs Louisa 

(2d floor) Bryant Mrs Sallie 

Ross W D 
Central a re intersects 

67 Wagner J A 

68 Bean S H 

71 Neilson Mrs Laura 

72 Cook J T 

Vance intersects 
82 Cole Mrs A A 

Suber Mrs F B 
86 Israel Mrs I M 



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Nos. 7 &9 
t Patton Ave. 

Wares, 
Fancy Goods, Shoes and Hats. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G. 

Pharmacist ami Chemist. 



60 Patton ) NothiDg but the purest 
Vol Drugs and Chemicals 
Avenue. J used in Prescriptions. 



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H. P. PEARSON, 

For all kinds Fresh Meat. 

STALL K, CENTRAL MARKET. 



WOODFIN— Continued 

91 Nelson Charles 

92 Wolfe W O 

93 Perkinson T J 
95 Brown E E 

99 Colvin J G 
100 Hazzard Mrs E W 
Oak intersects 
118 Featherston Ambrose 
124 Guischard Gus L 



Charlotte intersects 
175 Fisher U D 

Locust intersects 

179 Nichols J P 

180 Stansill Mrs S C 
188 Marshall Presley 
205 Ramsey John 
208 Betterton J T 

Merrell David 



™a!e Boarding 

CQfs. H. 8. RAY, 

19 South Main Street. 



pleasant location; on Car ILine, 
. . . Zcvms IReasonable . . . 



U/LaLamL Fruits, Confectioneries, Cigars, Tobacco, 

Who ess e p^ «*-■ * 

ft iiuiuwuiu ALLEN , S FRU | T AND C]GAR ST0RE( opposite Pi 



I Real Estate] 

i- and Renting. i 

)J> W. N. R O U N D Y , ^ 
L\ 54 Patton Ave. (i)|>p. rostofflce.) Tel. 190 JJ 



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RINC UP TELEPHONE 95. 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

<i3 'WE3T COXjT-iEO-IE STREET. 



Asheville City Directory. 



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Established iS 



Paid Up Capita!, $20,000, 



Incorporated 1895. 



FRANK LOUGHRAN, President. 



P. A. MARQUARDT, Sec. & Mgr 

THE "BONANZA" WINE AND LIQUOR CO., 

No. 43 South Main Street, ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

We carry the largest and most complete assortment of Imported and 
Domestic Wines and Liquors of any similar eitablishment in the South. 
Our stock is strictly first class, and represents the cream of the markets of 
the world. We call especial attention of same to parties who desire Pure 
Wines and Liquor for Medicinal or Family use. 

few of our leading brands, which we handle 



Below we enumerate 
both in bulk and bottles. 

Pennsylvania Rye 
Whiskies, 

R. G. &Co.s— 

" Old Saratoga. 

" Old Private Stock. 

" Old Monogram. 

" Old Baker. 

" Old Velvet XXXX. 

" Old Cabinet. 

" Old Straight Cut. 

" Old Monongahela. 

" Old Family Rye. 
Old GuckenheimerRye 
Old Overholt Rye. 
Genuine Mount Vernon 
Rye. 

Kentucky 
Bourbon 
Whiskies. 

Old Oscar Pepper. 
Old James E. Pepper 

&Co. 
Old W. H. McBraver. 
Old J. H. McBraver. 
Old Crow. 
Old Belle of Nelson. 
Old Taylor. 
Old T. B. Ripey. 

Brandies, 

James Hennessv & Co. 
Martell & Co. 
Otard, Dupuy & Co. 
Old California. 
N. C. Scuppernong. 
N. C. Peach and Apple 
We have a full line 
of North Carolina and 
California Sweet and 
Dry Wines. 




North Carolina 



Standard XXXX Old 

Corn. 
Old Corn. 
Pure Mountain White 

Corn. 
White Rye. 

Wines, Etc, 

Ports, Sherries, etc. 
Duff Gordon Sherry. 
Club House Sherry. 
Imperial Wedding 

Port. 
Old Portugal Port. 



We have a large 
stock of Imported 

Burgundy, 

Claret, 

Sauterues, 

RhiueWines, 

Champagnes, 

Cordials and 

Bitters. 



THE BEER 
THAT MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS. 

All goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Bar, Billiard and Pool Room in the rear. 

P. A. MARQUARDT, Manager. 

Telephone Call No. 72. 



P. O. Box 146. 



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Asheville City Directory. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G. 

Pharmacist and Chemist, 

60 Patton Avenue. 




Prescriptions at my 
store are put up only by 
competent Pharmacists. 
The prescription depart- 
ment is separated from 
. the main store, and no 
5 one is allowed to enter 
and converse with the 
druggist while he is compounding. 

I Make a Specialty of Prescription Work. 

My stock of Sundries, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, 
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Nail Brushes, and 
everything in the store cannot be surpassed by any 
one either in quality or price. You are invited to call, 
examine my goods and compare prices. 

I am making no great blow on my low prices, but a 
comparison will convince you that I am selling as low 
as the lowest, and my goods are all guaranteed to be 
just as represented or money refunded. 

Yours most respectfully, 

WHITE G: SMITH, Ph. G., 

^> 00 Patton Avenue. 



Asheville City Directory. 



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OPEX TO BOTH SEXES: 



Students past Two years From Seventeen States, ||o locations 

As we present the claims of this institution to the public, we do not claim 
that we have an} 7 particular secrets of business known by no other school, but 
we do claim that in point of merit and strictly up-to-date methods, that we 
stand fully abreast of the times with the best institutions of America. Our 
teachers are specialists, our equipments complete, our courses of instruction 
thorough and full, our location and surroundings healthful and attractive ; and 
by honest, faithful and vigorous work we are building an institution in every 
way worthy of the confidence and patronage of the South. 

OUR COURSES OF INSTRUCTION ARE, VIZ.: 

Business Course, Shorthand and Type- 
writing Course, Teachers' Normal Busi- 
ness Course, Penmanship, Engraving 
and Civil Service 

We teach the Ellis System of Bookkeeping (actual business from the start) 
and the new Standard System of Shorthand. 

Our school is first, last and always a friend to its students, and while we 
do no such absurd thing as to guarantee positions, yet we can proudly compare 
our record with that of any school. Of our whole number of graduates during 
the past four years, scarcely one is now without a good position, and we have 
personally placed a large number into the very best positions of our country. 

Students can get a round-trip railroad ticket from almost any part of the 
country for about one-fourth more than fare for one way. 

For our handsome new catalogue, containing full particulars, testimonials, 
etc., address 

M. M. LEMMOND, President. 



ii 



150 Asheville City Directory. 



THE BREXTON 



THE BREXTON was opened for the reception of guests 
July' 15, 1896. 

The Brexton is centrally located, in a delightful part of 
the city of Asheville, one block from car line. 

It is lighted by electricity, and heated throughout by 
steam. 

Electric bells and open fires in every room. 

Those who contemplate visiting Asheville will fiud this a 
cheerful home, where everything is done for the comfort of 
guests. Terms reasonable. Good table and excellent service. 

For further information address 

MRS. J. L. ALEXANDER, 
11 Starnes Ave., Asheville, N. C. The Brexton. 



WILEY B. BROWN, Proprietor, 




LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES, 

Telephone 104. Lexington Avenue, near Patton. 

Saddle Horses a specialty. 

Buggies, Surreys, Wagonettes aud vehicles of all kinds. 

Carriage calls answered promptly at all hours. 



Asheville City Directory. 151 



U//T). /T\. Jopes, 



-MANUFACTURER OF 



SASH BLINDS, 

DOORS and all kinds of 
BUILDING MATERIAL, 

Kiln-dried and Dressed Lumber a specialty. 

-A-sla.eTTille, ILT- C- 

WYETH'S LIQUID MALT EXTRACT. 

CONTAINING ALL THE NUTRIENT PROPERTIES OF MALT, WITH THE LEAST POS- 
SIBLE AMOUNT OF ALCOHOL. 

We claim that our Liquid Malt Extract will be found 
to contain all the nutritive virtues of the best malt 
liquors in a higher degree than any of the largely sold 
liquid malts, with which we have compared it, while 
it is free from the stimulating effect which invariably 
follows their administration. 

Tbis is not a beverage, but a most agreeable and valuable nutrient, tonic 
and digestive agent, containing a large amount of nutritious extractive mat- 
ter, and the smallest percentage of alcohol found in any liquid preparation 
of malt. 

It is especially adapted for administration to nursing mothers and chil- 
dren, to patients suffering from nervous exhaustion, chilliness, etc., and par- 
ticularly to those unable to digest starchy food. 

Probably its greatest value is during lactation, as it not only supplies 
strength to meet the unusual demands upon the system at that time, but it 
improves the quality of the milk by increasing the amount of sugar and phos- 
phates, nourishing the infant and sustaining the mother at the same time. 

JOHN WYETH & BRO., Philadelphia. 
For sale by w. C. SMITH, Asheville, N. C. 



152 Asheville City Directory. 

Everett Homise 

122 PATTON AVENUE, Corner Bailey Street. 

Finest location in city. 

Opposite Battery Park Hotel. 

Two car lines pass the door. 
Large grove. 

Thirty feet above the street. 
For terms, etc., address 

MRS. J. B. SBIGLBR, 
122 Patton Avenue. 



BiaMdta 




Brick 



D. S. HILDEBRAND, 

Manufacturer, 



Orders promptly rilled. Correspondence solicited. 
Office and Yard, Charlotte Street, 

ASHEVIliIiE, 3NT. O. 



Asheville City Directory. 



J 53 



HEADQUARTERS FOR 

Fine, Fancy and 

in 





Carpets, Rugs, 
gs P etc. 





W. B. WILLIAMSON & CO., 

14 & 16 Patton Avenue, Asheville, N. C. 

The Citato Saloonio 

PATRICK MclNTYRE, Prop'r. 

Dealer in II imported and 

Domestic Wimies 9 
Brandies and Whiskies, 



Agent for the Augusta Brewing Company. 
Agent for M. Berranco & Co.'s Key West Clear 
Havana Cigars. 

S3 SovLtto. 2s/La,i.n. Street. 

Goods delivered free in city and vicinity. 



154 Asheville City Directory. 

whitfock Clothing House 

41 PATTON AVENUE. 



THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE 

CLOTHING HOUSE 

-^=_IN THE CITY. 



We carry constantly a full line of 
seasonable Clothing for Men, Boys and 
Children; also, stylish Hats, Shirts and 



Men's Furnishing Goods 

The Best Goods on the Market, 

and One Price for All. 



Asheville City Directory. 155 

FRANK M. WEAVER, HARMON A. MILLER, 

President. General Manager. 

Qarolii^a ^oal <?o., 

Dealers in the 

Celebrated Jellico Lump, 

Celebrated Jellico Domestic Nut, 
Genuine Jellico Rescreened Nut, 

FOR STOVES AND FURNACES. 

GENUINE JELLICO NUT for Furnaces. 

ANTHRACITE— Furnace, Egg, Stove and Chestnut. 

COKE— Furnace, Crushed and Gas Coke. 

PI)one {?SS - }!2: Office 23 Patton Ave. 



PROPERTY BOUGHT AND SOLD 
ON COMMISSION. 



H. F. GRANT, 

I^eal Estate ai>d 1,0395, 

24 South Main Street, 



FurnJsho(/ and Unfurnished AQUT7\7TT T T7 M P 

Houses for Kent. AOLl Ct V liu LiEi, LH . \j. 

See cut Oakland Height?. I have it for sale. 



156 A sheville City Directory. 

Bon Marched 

^^iDRY GOODS. 

S. LIPINSKY, Proprietor, 

15 S. MAIN STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



BON MARCHE makes a specialty of the medium and better 
grades of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

Dress Goods, Trimmings 



-AND- 



DRESS FINDINGS. 

DRY GOODS IN STAPLE and FANCY GOODS. 

Hosiery specially made for us in Chemnitz, Germany. 

An especially good Seamless Children's Black Hose for 10c. 

Boys' heavy Ribbed Hose at 19c. and 25c. 

Men's Hose, best values, for 10c, 15c. and 25c. 

Sole agent for "Centeraeri's" and " Foster's" Kid Gloves. 

A good Four-button and Foster Kid Glove, black and colors, 
for ONE DOLLAR 

CORSET STOCK— Always a full stock of sizes. Special 
makes of " R. & G.," "P.-N.," "Royal Worcester," "Warner," 
also, a full line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Corset Waists. 

Our great forte is in 

UNDERWEAR— For Ladies, Men, Misses, Boys, and for Jhe 
smallest infants — always a good and full assortment of everything 
desirable. 

Table Linens, Napkins, Doylies, Towels, Crashes always the 
best values at lowest prices. 

Umbrellas, Parasols and Bags, Curtains and Curtain Nets. 

Be sure to visit BON MARCHE, 

15 South Main Street. 



U/UI1T R ^MITU PH R ( 60 Patton ) Prescription Department. 
If 111 I C Oi olfUin, rlli On ; [-complete in every re- 

Pharmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 

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ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 

OF 

Aslieville, North Carolina 

■VOXjTJMIE: I, 1896. 

Names received too late for regular insertion may be found by 
referring to the Index, "Too Lates and Removals." 

To find a name you should first know how to spell it. 



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LL PERSONS wishing neat laundry work should go to the Mte 

Model Steam Laundry, Church street. ^^ 

Abbott Maggie, c, r 130 S Pine Fw 
-Abel Frank, painter, r 149 Haywood 



Rogers' Book Store 



is the place to find 
Souvenirs. 



Abell Alferd, c, cook, r 7 Catholic ave ^ 

-Abernathy Fannie, c, cook 70 Bailey, r Grove 

" Jane, c, cook Mrs M E Hilliard, r Catholic Hill *—* 

" John, c, lab, r S Grove near Philips 

" Martha, c, cook Rev J M Downum, r same 
Abrams Wm, c, wks 70 Liberty, r same 
Acheson Miss Blanche, r 42 French Broad ave 

" Miss Cornelia, r 42 French Broad ave = 

Acme Wine & Liquor House, Jas H Loughran, propr, 58 S 
S Main (See front paster) 3 

Aeons Bettie, c, laund, r 91 Gudger t/i 

Adams Miss Annie S, r 69 Bailey jg 

Adams & Breese, (Jos S Adams, Wm E Breese Jr), lawyers, 2. 

7-8 and 9 1st Nat'l Bank bldg, S Court Sq 
-Adams Charles C, condr Sou Ry, r 370 Haywood 

" Charles Q, bds 68 Depot g- 

" Mrs Cordelia B, r 74 N Main =x= 

" Mrs Eva, milliner, r 161 N Main ^ 

" Eugene T, engineer Sou Ry, r 70 Park ave J— 

" Mrs Eva, milliner G A Mears & Sons 

" John D, bds 48 Grove ^ 



TRUSTWORTHY SHOES from such 
makers as Z1EGLER. BANISTER, HEY- 
WOOD, PACKARD & EWALD. 

f&~ One price -system. 

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1H. Redwood & Co., 

j 7 and 9 PA-nOKf AYEM1IK. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. !.,(•» ^"■ISS/^Jr 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. Avenue. ) for the Teeth. 

U ADA 158 ALE 

^ IfJ Adams Joseph S, (Adams & Breese) r nr Bingham Hgts 
™ fS " Luke W, wks Ash Cot Mills, bds 45 Spring 

Z" Moses, c, lab, r rear 42 French Broad ave 
O " Rev Mallicus A, pastor French Broad Bp Church, r 32: 
O c Maple Shade Place 

La ® " Ora, f, servant G A Mears, r same 
La q, "• W D, spinner Ash Cot Mills 
^1 <D " William, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 
•^ "g Addington Miss Carrie, r 117 Chestnut 
LL l. Adison T C, r, restaurant 48 N Main, r same 
_ Adkin, see also Atkin 
W Adkins, see also Atkins 
™T " Walter, butcher, r 55 Spring 

" Win, paper hanger Swicegood & Brown 
C»0 Adkinson, see also Adkisson and Atkinson 

**r* Advertising Journal Co, Miss A M Cole mgr, room 6, 3d 
■— ■ ■ floor, Temple Court Bldg, 49 51 Patton ave (see adv). 

^C Agnew Miss Ann, r 159 Patton ave 
Aiken, see also Aiken*, Aken 

" Claude E, c, waiter, r 77 Mountain 

" John, c, trained nurse, 176 S Pine, r same 



; CAROLINA COAL 




Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



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Aiken Wm, city ed Daily Citizen, r 28 East 
Aikens, see also Aiken 
m +j " Luvinia, c, laund, r rear 278 S Beaumont 

G3 Albertson Andy A, carp, r Grady 
£ „ Albright James W, printer Asheville Printing Co, r 115 Bailey 
ati hm " Mrs Lizzie, embalmer J V Brown & Son, bds 53 College 
C 3 Aldine, (The) Miss Fannie Fullam proprietress, 53 College (see- 
3 £ adv) 

l C Aldrich Lester P, restaurant, r48 Jefferson Drive 

3 " Lester S, r 48 Jefferson Drive 
^ li^ " Dexter, bds 48 Jefferson Drive 
0) Alexander B J, farmer, bds 120 French Broad ave 

"5 o " Clara, c, laund, r 5 Catholic ave 

' Don, steward Oakland Hgts, r same 
" Edward, wks Ashe Milling Co 
' Edward F, carp, bds 120 French Broad ave 
> *3 " Miss Fannie M, r 40 Flint 
O " Frank, c, fruit stand, r Poplar 

13 - " G, wks Ashe Milling Co 

C (U ' ; Horace G, (Ashe Cycle Co) rms 11, 3d floor, Temple Court 
jjZ " James, c, lab J R Rich & Son 



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L. A. Farinholf, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., 



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( Avenue. J promptly 



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ALE 159 ALL ?2 

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Alexander James L, steward Winyah Sanitarium, r n Starnes ave *o ^ 

Alexander James M, harness manufacturer 1 1 n w Ct Sq, S^S 

r 271 S Main (see front face) srp rg± 

Alexander Mrs J L, propr The Brexton n Starnes ave (see ►*£■* 

adv) gS W 

John W, c, lab B Burnett, r 44 Catholic ave ?.£!>*■ 

Julius D, c, gardener, r 19 Maiden Lane S» y 
Lucius B, (Morgan & Alexander) (Ashe Cycle Co), rms n, . * O 

3d floor, Temple Court ■ | W 

Louis A, elk J M Alexander, r 271 S Main ■ g'i* 2 

Luvina, c, cook T J Loftain, r same *■ — > — ' 

Miss May, r 271 S Main 

M, jeweler 33 Patton ave, r 39 Penland M 

Miss Nannie J, r 76 Liberty . 

Peter, c, wks W M Hill & Co, r 5 Catholic ave 

Robert W, livery, bds 271 S Main r— ■ 

Sa!!ie, c, cook J H Carter, r same | 

Sallie N, c, cook P M Hudgins, r same 

Wm J, r 40 Flint 

Allen Angeline, c, r 40 Popular 
" Cordelia, r 24 S Side ave 

ASHEVILLE . ■ l Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. C j 

DVERTISINC - Control City Street Car Advertising. >— ^ 

o c M r* V / Pre pareand plac Newspaper Advertising -*• 
GcNl/T ■ • ■ ■ V. Contractors for Western North Carolina 

Allen Herbert C, mgr Ashe Transfer Co, r Montford 

" James, wks Ashe Cot Mill, r 212 Avery **'"" 

" Mary, c, cook Rev L E Busby, r same .A 

" Matt, c, lab, r Dixontown ' 

" Miss Priscilla, r 212 Avery "" 

" Pink, c, cook, r 40 Poplar c+ 

" Seabon, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel IB 

" Wade H, bds 105 Depot £ 

" Wm, c, driver, r 40 Poplar £J 

Allen Wm E, wholesale and retail dealer in foreign and do- [j* 

mestic fruits, confectioneries, cigars, tobacco, etc, 54 *q 

Patton ave, tel 118, r Cain House .- " 

Allison Barbara, c, nurse, r 43 Brick o 

" Fannie, c, r 43 Brick r* 

" Forney, c, r 43 Brick 

" Ged D, shoemkr J W Chappell, r 94 East 2 

" Irvine, eng Sou Ry, bds 141 Park ave z' 

" John, c, night porter Glen Rock Hotel 

" J A, prescription elk White G Smith, bds Merrimon ave £ 

" Miss Lera. r ^o McDowell a 

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THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, JtfrftfSEiB**, 

Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and! A <?Viotti"!1o "\T O 
vicinity. Frank O'Donnell, Proprietor. / rlbllcv 1UC, 1\ . \^. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., j 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



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" Louisa, (E H Allison) r 31 Redmond's alley 

" Miss Minnie, r 31 Redmond's Alley 

" Miss RhoJa, r 62 Wood fin 

" Wm, c, driver Asheville Transfer Co, bds 122 Church 

" W A, mem hose co A F D 
Allendale Park, Hillside near Charlotte, Y M C A leasor 
Alsbrook Mrs E C, r 156 Chestnut 
Alston, see also Alstone 

" Charles J, propr Asheville Bone Meal Mill, r 222 Haywood 

" Edward M, drug elk C A Raysor, r 37 Atkin 
Alston J L F, c, propr The Institute Pharmacy, r same 

" Lucy A Miss, r 37 Atkin 

'• Laura C, (wid J W) r Atkin 

" Marcus W, c, phys and surg Young Mens' Inst bldg, Market 
cor Eagle, r 39 Catholic 

" Simpson, c, wks Oakland Heights, r 25 Catholic ave 
Alstone. See also Alston 

" William, c, lab, r 150 S Pine 
Ambler Chase P, associate med director Winyah Sanitarium, 
Opera House bldg, r 117 Charlotte, tel 241 



W, M. Hill & Go,, 



Fine Hams, Breakfast Bacon, 
Smoked Tongues and Lard. 



Haywood 



Ambroselli, Mrs C L. wks Kenilworth Inn 
Amiss Jennie B, (wid J T) r 128 Haywood 
Amiss J Taylor, mgr Battery Park Pharmacy, 

[See adv] 

Amons Miss Josie, wks Ashe Cot Mills, r Avery nr Sou Ry 
Ancox J S, weaver Ashe Cot Mills 
Andersen Hans P, Field Secy Y M C A, r 3 Blake 
Anderson Albert, c, wks J F Woodbury, r 20 Hill 

Annie, c, servt C Falk, r same 

Allen, c, lab, r Hill nr Maiden Lane 

Andrew, c, waiter Winyah Sanitarium, r same 

Miss Carrie S, bds 485 Depot 

Eli, c, coachman Kenilworth Inn, r 319 Seney 

E Ross, bds 485 Depot 

Miss Fannie, r 317 College 

George, c, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfg 

Miss Georgia, r 54 Mountain 

Henry, c, lab, r 263 Bailey 

Henry M, retired phys, r 68 Church 

Holman, c, steward's helper Battery Park Hotel 

James R, c, bartender C B Mclntyre, bds 26 Water 



line of 



PIANOS and ORGANS 



on easy installments, at 
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. I avenue. J always onhand 

AND 161 ASH 

Anderson Rev Jesse C, r 6 West 

" John, c, lab, r rear 39 Depot ° jl 

" Locke M, with Electric St Ry, r 485 Depot H. ■< 

" Mrs L M, boarding, 485 Depot o ™ 

" Pink, c, steward's helper Battery Park Hotel " = 

" Willis A, c, driver Dr Fletcher, r rear 39 Depot 
" William, c, lab, r 8 McDowell 

Andrews Henry, carp, bds 53 W College 

" Joseph B, cabinet mkr Ashe Wood Wking Co, bds 3 Spruce 

Angel Fannie, c, laund, r Eagle (Happy Hollow) 

Angle Mrs M A, trained nurse, r 98 Blanton 

Anthony James, c, cook Hotel Berkeley 

" Joseph, c, chef Hotel Berkeley, r Hildebrand 

Arcadia Hotel, Mrs J L Buchanan, prop, 26^ S Main (See crd) 

Armfield, Mrs H G, dressmkr, r 62 Hill 

Armour Packing Co, (Asheville Branch) John G Steinheimer 
mgr, 531 W Haywood 

Armstead Rena, c, laund, r 129 Valley 

Armstead Wm, c, driver Jenkins Bros, r head of Flint 

Arnold Hunter, secy Ashe Republican Club, bds Van Gilder 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable IncurqnPP Johnston Building, 13 Court c3 

stock companies. lIIoUl <*I1L>C Square, Asheville, N. C. ^ 

Arthur George, c, lab, r 15 Clemmons j5" 

" John P, lawyer, No i Temple Court, secy Swannanoa 

Country Club, r Sulphur Springs, bey city limits 

"■ William, W UTO Battery Park Hotel, bds same 

Artist Mabels, c, r 12 Cumberland ave 

Arverne (The) Mrs Wm L Nelson, mgr, 45 French Broad 

Arwood John G, driver, r n end Hall 

Asbury Jerry, c. waiter Battery Park, r 122 Church 

•' Julian, c, waiter Asheville Hotel, r 18 Willow 

Ashe Mattie Mrs, domestic 113 Haywood, r 62 Woodfin "g ^ 

Asheville Advertising Agency, J D Plummer, mgr, room sr |" 

8 Temple Court (3d floor) [See corner cards and •?" M .g - 

centre lines] § £ 

Asheville & Biltmore Ry Co,Waddell and Weaver, owners 3 Max- cl| 

welton bldg 
Asheville Bone Meal Mill, C J Alston prop, 8 Buttrick 

" Carriage and Wagon Repository (The), T S Morrison propr, 
44 W College 
Asheville Club, W W West pres, W J Cocke vice pres, E I 
Holmes, secy and treas, Drhumor bldg (3d floor) 
" Cigar Co, Porter & Yates proprs, 65 N Main 
Asheville City Directory, J S Mclhvaine publisher 

^"'X^c^ect'pVctTee H. Redwood & Co., Nos. 7 & 9 PattOD Ave. 

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Pharmacist and Chemist. v ^> e,luc - ) work. 

ASH 162 ASH 

Asheville City Water Works, M E Roberts supt, office 

City Hall 
Asheville Colored Industrial School, 249 College 
Asheville Cotton Mills, L Banks Holt pres, Dr George A. 

Mebane, secy and treas, J T Jackson supt, capital 

stock $250,000, established 1887, West Haywood and 

Riverside Drive on Sou Ry Tel 33 
Asheville Cycle Co (L B & H G Alexander) 50 Patton ave 
Asheville Daily Citizen, Frank E Robinson editor, Wm 

Aiken, city editor (daily and weekly), 6 n Court Sq 

[Seed adv] 
Asheville Daily Gazette, J E Norton editor, Fred A Johnson, 

city editor, 4 N Court Square [See adv] 
Asheville Dray Co, R M Ramsey propr, 1 1 W Court Square 

" Drug Co, C T Rawls receiver, E Court Sq and College 
Asheville Female College, Rev James Atkin pres, Oak cor College 

[See miscellaneous] 
- Asheville Foundry and Machine Shop, J J Cole propr, 
^^ 8 Buttrick [See top corner cards] 

Asheville Free Kindergarten Association, 105 East st 

gL nn IMS and T||BMr»^gH^S^ E - 

U Asheville Gas Light Co [See Asheville Street Ry Co] 8 

tC s ) N Court Square 

2 " Asheville Hotel, Mrs W B Regan prop, 70 S Main 

£ '. Asheville Ice & Coal Co, H T Collins, pres, W E Logan, 

Z h vice pres, E E Eagan, secy & treas, 32 Patton ave, 

tt A (see front cover) 

2 ^ Asheville Information Bureau, see Asheville city directory, 

23 Patton ave 

Oj)£ Asheville Literary Association, Geo S Powell, pres, Miss Cham- 
Z £ « pion, secy, Miss E J Hatch, librarian, Church 

^Sm Asheville Milling Co, cf Asheville Ice & Coal Co, office 32 
0)^ j Patton ave, mill, W Haywood 

a < ^ Asheville Mercantile Co, Dr Geo A Mebane, pres, K P 
Z § <| Jones, secy, G H Bradt, mgr, Depot n w cor Roberts 

3 I [jj Asheville Orchestra, C N Webster, mgr, Y M C A bldg, Patton ave 
b: Asheville Photo Co, S A McCanless, prop, 32 Patton ave 
h Asheville Pool & Billiard Hall, T. H. O'Conner, prop, r Asheville 
h hotel 

2 Asheville Printing Co, (John H Weaver, Frank M Weaver 

O and George L Hackney), 3 E Ct Sq (see adv) 

O p Asheville Real Estate Directory, Clarke & Tincher props, 

7* 28 Patton ave 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY. 

Phone 95 Near Post-onice. 43 West College Street. 



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I'h.iiiiitKisi and < in niisi ( Avenue. J Uponge 



undries, 

oaps, 

ponges. 



ASH 163 ATK 

^Asheville Steam Dye Works, A R Leatherwood, c, prop, S 

Ct Sq, (see side margins) 
Asheville Steam Laundry, J. A. Nichols prop, 43 W Col- 
lege, (see bottom margins) 
Asheville Street R R Co, J. E. Rankin receiver, B M Jones, 

sec and treas, R J Sherrill supt 
Asheville Supply and Foundry Co, Thos A Speed pres, 
J H Woody mngr. Machine and foundry work and 
mill supplies, Market nr Eagle, (see corner cards) 
-Asheville Transfer Co, Herbert C Allen mngr, 34 Patton ave 
Asheville Wood Working Co, Charles McNamee pres, D 
F Herndon sec, W G Rich supt, w of Sou Ry, tel 186 
.Ashburn Dunstan D, carp and painter, r35 W Haywood 
" General L, wks Cotton Mills, bds 35 W Haywood 
" J L, weaver Ashe Cotton Mills, bds 527 W Haywood. 
Ashton Mrs Agnes, r 450 N Main 
" James, driver, bds 450 N Main 
" Samuel, driver, bds 450 N Main 
Aston Miss Anna C, r 63 Church 
" C G, (wid E J), r 63 Church 

Wi n \!T"R &■ IV IT T tt builders and contractors, 
AULlJIil* iV T» JLJjJJO, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
<*S" Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

Aston Rawls & Co, (C T Rawls, F Stikeleather), fire, life and ac- 
cident insurance, 18^ S Main P3 
Atkin, see also Adkin *t% 
Atkin G Eugene, grocer 15 Gay, r same VTI 
Atkin Laura, (wid Thos Atkin). r 44 Hill n*V 

" Susan G, (wid T W), r 146 S Main ■"■ 

-Atkin Walter. (Brown & Atkin), r W Haywood ^^ 

Atkins Alice, r Cripple Creek Pv* 

" Miss Lizzie, r 42 Haywood 

" James, Pres Asheville Female College, r same 

Miss Susan, r 55 Spring ■■■B 

" Thomas S, wks Market St wood working shops, r 197 Bailey 

•■ Wm, r, lab, r 62 McDowell jn 

Atkinson, see also Adkinson 

" Mrs BM, r 200 Montford ave 

" Charles B, (Natt Atkinson & Son), r 216 Haywood 

" Miss Charlotte B, r 216 Haywood 

" Harriet N, (wid Natt) r 216 Haywood 

" Hugh H, student, r 216 Haywood 

" Mrs Isabell, linen Winyah Sanitarium, r Montford ave 

" Miss Margaret A, r 200 Montford ave 

" Miss Margaret L D, r 216 Haywood 



When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER and BRANDIES, call at 

19 North Main Street, 

7 and iVi West College Street, 
'J FRANK O'DONNELL, Propr. 



The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores, 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., 1 «££■ } sfe 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I -civtuue. J iu Prescriptions. 

Jf g ATK 164 BAI 

■0 J? Atkinson Miss Mary J, music teacher, bds 77 Bailey 
« S " Miss Mary R, r 216 Haywood 
"So, " Natt B, bds 216 Haywood 
* -"H " Phillip G, bds 216 Haywood 
£ I " Natt B & Sons, real estate, 5 W Ct Sq 
•_; ° Atwater Mrs Emma, r 28 Vance 
« Atwell O W, fireman Sou Ry, bds 144 Park ave 

■* Austell Arthur, delivery T M Bean, bds Spring, 
O^ " Mrs Mary, laund, r 21 Spring 

Austin George, c, driver, r 180 S Pine 

" Jackson, c, office boy, r 20 Coal 

" John F, lineman W U T Co, bds 60 Charlotte 

" Walter, c, lab, r 9 Walnut 
Avery Ada, ^laund, r 226 Charlotte 

" Adam, wks Asheville Cotton Mills 

" Charles, c, wks Chambers & Weaver, r same 

" Charles, c, hostler Patton & Stikeleather 

" Emma, c, cook, r 45 Eagle 

" Frank, c, hostler, r 4 Madison 

" Hattie, c, cook 130 Broad, r 226 Charlotte 

" Jason, c, r S Beaumont 

R ^ SMITH ARCHlTECT/r.TM B r u k L THu„T Bhtyearsw,th; 

111 Ol Olfll III Six years Resident Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
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__ Avery Lizzie, c, chambermaid Oakland Heights 

**^. " 'Lizzie B, c, waitress, r 381 S Main 

^— " Lucy A, c, nurse Mrs E W Hazzard, r same 

" Mary, c, r rear 106 S Main 

■*■ M " Missie, c, laund, r Valley-Happy Hollow 

C/> " Tempie, c, trained nurse, r 4 Madison 

QD " Toliver, c, r 226 Charlotte 

" Wm, c, fireman Kenilworth Inn 



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1 AND E W, the manager of the Model Steam Laundry guar- 
antees satisfaction, Church street 

^*J Babb John, c, waiter, r 250 S Beaumont 

^^ Badger Charles A, bk kpr, bds 113 Haywood 

«— Badger Charles L, bar kpr Andy's Place, mem hook and ladder 

r ■> com A F D, r 113 Haywood 

1— " Sherwood, bk kpr Asheville Wood Wkg Co, r Biltmore 

CO Baetly Lafayette M, c, lab, r 120 Church 

E= Bagwell W L, wks Ash Cot Mills 

^2 Bailey Andrew, c, shoemaker, r 124 Mountain 

^^ " Andy, c, shoemaker 73 Brick 

« " Cap, c, lab, r rear 278 S Beaumont 

Thisci UVrof s r;EE°T m A k u e s a .c pa p ; e, bu« FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE 

Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G.,{ 

Pharmacist and Chemist. ( 



60 Patton ) *?<*** Books - 

Laid Cases. 



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Bailey Charles, c, porter Hotel Berkeley, r 76 Valley Sg<^ 

" Ella, c, laund, r rear 278 S Beaumont ||i' 

James J, c, grocer 68 McDowell, r same & ca. 

John, c, lab, r rear 278 S Beaumont °|§ 

" Joseph W, dispr Sou Ry c s p 

" Lee, c, wks B P Hotel, r 226 S Pine gg.f 

" Lillie, c, house girl, r 124 Mountain fjag 1 

" Mary, c, r 21 Catholic ave 7 ~ 3 

" Mun, r Avery nr Sou Ry s "" 1 — ' 

" Nancy, c, laund, r 124 Mountain *-^ 

" Nelson, c, janitor, r 124 Mountain \J$ 

" Rebecca, c, r 65 McDowell »~-j 

" Shad, c, lab, r rear 278 S Beaumont HI 

Bailey St School, Mrs Fannie Featherston prin, Bailey s e cor *[*j 

Silver )r^ 

Bain Rev Edwin L, pastor North Asheville Methodist Church, r )f^~ 

8 Centre ^V 

Baird Bros (C W and H L) groceries and feed 34 N Main 

" & Co, (J E Baird) grocers 43 College > « 

" Charles, bds 55 College VO 
" Charles W, (C W Baird & Co) r 318 Haywood 

TOURISTS MAKE ROGERS' BOOK ©0 

STORE THEIR HEADQUARTERS. 

Baird C W & Co, (C W Baird) grocers, 268 Patton ave |-rt 

'"' Edward F, bds 46 Central ave ^t 

^->* Elisha, phys, r 46 Central ave ^^y 

" Eliza, c, r rear 190 S Pine t J^ *~ 

" Harry L, phys 60 Patton ave, r 55 College Jl^ 

'' Hattie, c, r Mountain ^^^ 

" Hester, c, cook C H Miller, r same yS)- 

" Israel C, with Baird & Co, r 55 College 

" James E, (Baird & Co) r 55 College 

" John R, tobacco buyer, r 120 French Broad ave 

" John, c, waiter Kenilworth Inn 

" John, trav, bds 55 College 

" Kenneth D, elk C W Baird & Co, bds 318 Patton ave 

" Lee, c, sexton Zion Methodist Church, r Mountain 

" Lillie, c, cook 68 Mountain, r same 

" LP, grocer, rrns 24 Maxwelton bldg 

" Loretta T, (wid Adolphus E) r 69 Charlotte 

" Lynn P, mgr Baird grocery firm 34 N Main, r 40 Patton ave 

" Miss Mary, r 46 Central ave 

" Samuel, wks Cotton Mills, r Avery nr same 

Baker Annie, c, cook 70 Liberty, r 107 N Pine 

0D t^iL Ce H. REDWOOD & CO.. Nos. 7 and 9 Patton Ave., 

Full lines of CLOTHING, MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS, 
SMALL WARHS. HaTS and SHOES. 



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Pharmacist and ( Iiemist. 



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Baker Alex, c, wks H S Haskell 

" Alexander, c, lab, r4 Bay 

" Bettie, c, r 48 Mountain 
Baker Benjamin H, c, genl secty Y M Institute^ same 

" Bronson H, student, bds 340 Haywood 

" Callie, c, laund, r 88" Eagle 

" Miss Carolyn, r 14 Grove 

" Charles J, c, bell boy Battery Park Hotel 

" Ester, r, cook Wra J Alexander 

" Edward, elk J E Dickerson & Co, r nr Biltmore 

" Miss Emma K, r 340 Haywood 

" Mrs Frankie, (wid Frank) r 44 W Haywood 

" H David. (H D Baker & Son) r 340 W Haywood 

" H D & Son, (H D and John A) butchers and fresh meats, 
stall D Central market 

" James L, painter and contractor, r 32 Starnes ave 

" John A, (H D Baker & Son) r 340 W Haywood 

" Julius R, wks Ash cot mills, bds 511 W Haywood 

" Lucas, c, lab, r 89 Gudger 

" Mary, c, seamstress, r 22 Clemmons 

" Melinda, c, laund, r rear 190 S Pine 



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Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



Baker Martha, weaver, Ashe cot mills 

" Nellie, c, chambermaid, r 89 Eagle 

" Thomas, c, r rear 190 S Pine 

" Wra A, lawyer, bds 340 Haywood 
Baldwin Ed, r, r 21 Catholic ave 

" Lela, c, r 21 Catholic ave 

" Mary, c, r 21 Catholic ave 
Baldwin Penrose, mgr Grant's Pharmacy, r 12 S French 

Broad ave 
Ball Benjamin F, painter, bds 31 Seney 

" George C, painter, bds 31 Seney 

" James C, painter, bds 31 Seney 

" Leroy, plumber, rN Main 

" Miss Sallie A, seamstress, bds 31 Seney 

" Thomas B, carp, r 31 Seney 

" Mrs V J, restaurant 24 N Main, r 13 Spruce 

" Wra W, farmer, bds 31 Seney 
Ballard A M, phys Y M C A bldg, r 204 Haywood 

" Miss Dollie L, wks Chas Evans, r 16 Buttrick 

" Floyd, c, wo'od wkr, Ashe Supply & Foundry Co 

" Fred, c, rms 40 S Main 



L A, Farinholt. 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Pattou Avenue, Room 24. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G 

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Ballard John, bds 42 W Haywood 
" Robert T, r 36 East 
" Wm N, r 36 East 
Ballenger Smiley, c, lab, r Dixontown 
" J E, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills 
" Joseph R, r 47 Depot 
" W P, fireman Sou Ry 
Ballou G N, wks Cotton Mills, bds 31 W Haywood 
" James L, wks Cotton Mills, bds 31 W Haywood 
" Robert L, wks Cotton Mills, bds 3r W Haywood 
Baltimore Clothing and Shoe House (The), M Swartz- 

berg prop, 10 and 12 Patton ave 
Band Edwin W, Mgr Model Steam Laundry, r 9 Flint 
Bandy Matilda, (wid Thomas), bds 82 S Main 
Banks Annette, (wid Rev H H), r 35 Charlotte 

Rev Isaac, t, pastor ZiOn Methodist Church, r in N Main 
Miss Mary E, r 35 Charlotte 
Peter, c, wks Biltmore, r 178 Bailey 
Rachael, c, cook Mrs M W Snow, r same 
Mrs Selina, r 35 Seney 



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Banks Thomas, c, painter, r 37 Clayton 

" Wm M, bds 35 Charlotte 

" Wiley, c, waiter, r 900 Pearson ave 
Barber Arthur W, Shartle's photograph gallery, bds 68 College 
Barbour Mary, c, cook Mrs M C Wadsworth 

" Mary, c, laund, r 18 S Bailey 
Barger Edward A,- mach Carolina Wood Wking Co, bds 12 Jeffer- 
son Drive 
Barker Mrs Charles W, r 83 Montford 

" Miss Ellen M, teacher Orange St graded school, r 15 Starnes 
ave 

" Miss Lydia S, student, r 15 Starnes ave 

" Thomas M, accountant, r 15 Starnes ave 
Barkley HenryF, car inspr Sou Ry, r 1 Rollins 
Barlow John, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 

Barnard Alf. S, (Jones & Barnard), lawyers, bds 137 Chestnut 
Barnard Building, Court Square cor Patton ave 

" John E, elk Crystal Palace, bds 137 Chestnut 

" Sarah, c, nurse Mrs S W Hines, r same 

" Wm W, pres National Bank of Asheville, prop Crystal Pal- 
ace, r 137 Chestnut 



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ig North Main Street. 
M 7 & 7'/ 2 W. College Street, 
Supplv seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with theii BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. FKA3IK (CIKOM.I.I., Proprietor. 



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Phnrmacist and ClKiiust. I. -"-venue .J part of the c j ty- 

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Barnard Tom, c, wks D S Hildebrand, brick mfg 
Barnwood Julia, c, cook W W Jones, r same 
Bartlett Lucinda, c, cook Wm P Pegram, r same 
Bartley Thomas, c, lab, r 157 rear Hill 
Barner Herbert E, report elk frt dept Sou Ry 
Barnett Jack, machinist, bds cor Roberts & Buxton 

" John G, wks Asheville Woodwkg Co, r Pearson Drive 
" Sarah, r 20 Kelly 
■v " Mrs Savannah, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r Pearson ave 

" Tuskie, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r Pearson Drive 
" Wm, carp, bds 9 Walnut 
Barnhardt Emma, c, nurse Mrs O H Rickart, r same 
I pj Barringer Wm, c, bell boy Battery Park Hotel 
gg Basin Mary, c, chambermaid Mrs A T Basler, r same 
yj n Baskell Neata, c, cook, r 42 Hill 
SE h Basler Mrs Agnes T, boarding, 40 French Broad ave 
Sj^j R " Miss Catherine, r 40 French Broad ave 
q Bason Carrie, c, cook A D Cooper, r same 
ft Basnett David, c, janitor Bailey St school, r Dixontown 
fa Bass Ella, c, cook 32 Penland, r rear 190*4 Pine 

" George M, cigar mkr Asheville Cigar Co, bds 58 N Main 



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MEATS, FRESH AND CURED. 

Exclusive Handlers of Western Dressed Meats. 
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Bass James, c, pastry cook Oaks Hotel 

" Miss Ruth, domestic F Zimmerman, r S Main 
Bassett Bertie, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 

" Docia, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 
Batterham Harry, house agent, r 50 Liberty 
" Miss Mary R, trained nurse, r 24 Montford 
" Susan R, (wid Wm Batterham), r 24 Montford 
^^\ Battery Park Bank, Jas P Sawyer pres, J E Rankin cashier,. 
13 Patton ave, (see miscellaneous) 
CZ Battery Park Hotel, E P McKissick prop, Patton ave and 
rn Haywood (see cut in miscellaneous and back paster) 

Q3 Battery ParK Pharmacy, J Taylor Amiss mngr, Paragon 
*— * bldg, opp Post-office, (see card) 

C^J Battle Sarah, c, laund, r 12 Cumberland ave 

Battle S Westray, physician, 13 Church, tel 103, r Buncombe 
Lodge, tel 182 

"Z^ Baugham Charles, elk Sumner & Co, rms 42 Patton ave 
^* Baum Frank L, news stand Battery Park Hotel, rms 3d floor 
03 Temple Court 

Baumgartner C, wks Asheville Wood Wkg Co 
Baxter James, wks Asheville Cotton Mills 

Strings, even the best, will break in)r Q ||/'c MllOIP UnilOO 
course of time. The freshest, clean- J r Ct I IV O IllUoiU lIUUoC, 
est and best stock always at J 4s Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G, SMITH, Ph. G., ^^"pW"* 

fharmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J charge. 

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Baxter James, c, driver Transfer Co, r 19 Catholic ave 5'oS" 

" Sallie, c, laund, r 15 S Side ave ^5o 

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Baxtor James, c, fireman Cotton factory, r Dixon town 

Bazaar (The), (Kinnan Bros), notions & millinery,43 Patton ave H^w 

Beach John F, eng Sou Ry, bds 201 Park ave § : ? Q ' 

Beack J M, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills 5 - "~^< 

Beadle Chauncey D, botanist Vanderbilt mansion, bds 42 French op ~« 

Broad ave £ ? ° 
Beall James I, (J I Beall & Co), r 23 Penland 

" J I & Co, (J I Beall, S P Beall), book and job printers, 2 N » 

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Mrs Sallie P, (J I Beall & Co), r 23 Penland =| 

lie Charlie E, boarding 55 College 



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Beam Mrs Edith C, r 112 College 3^S 

Beamers A C M, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills n=>\< 

Bean Cynthia M, (wid W J), dressmkr 199 Bailey, r same clSF ? 

" Edith C, (wid A D), r 112 College v ~ y ~"' 

" Fannie M, (wid John H), r 68 Woodfin 

" Miss Maud, student, r 7 W Chestnut 

" Samuel H, printer Asheville Printing Co, r 68 Woodfin 

" Samuel I, stone cutter, r 21 Seney 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable Tn Cll r»Q 11 na Johnston Building, 13 Court 

stock companies. UloUl dllL/C. Square, Asheville, N. C. 



Bean Thomas M, bds Bailey nr Williams 

" Wm, shoemaker, r rear 120 Cherry 

" Wm F, foreman J M Alexander's, r 7 W Chestnut 
Beard Gussie, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 

" Jessie, r, wks J Smith, r same 

" Mary, c, nurse, r no Davidson 

" Samuel, wks Asheville Cotton Mills 
Bearden Eugene M, elk Hotel Berkeley, r same 

" Miss Minnie E, r 235 N Main 

" Marcus J, v pres Western Carolina bank, r 235 N Main 

" Wm R, mica mines, r 235 N Main 
Beardsley Miss Edith E, r 122 Blanton ^Hfl 

" Miss Ethel, r 89 Depot ^ ■ 

" James M, saw filer, r 89 Depot 
Beatie Monroe, c, lab, r 90 Gudger £5 

" Nellie, c, chambermaid Ashe Hotel n 

Beatty John, Jr, r Merrimon ave, (Sluder house) 3= r- 

Beaver & Evans, (L Beaver and J S Evans) architects, n S 33 

Church [See left side lines] m m 

Beck George W, wks Carolina Woodworking Co, r 400 Bailey £3 S3 

" Jacob F, carp, bds 118 French Broad ave m 



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Laces, Embroideries, Dress Goods and 
"Silks, Staple Dry Goods, Wraps, 

Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc. 



}H. Redwood & Co., 

J 7*9 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G, SMITH, Ph. 6,J 60 A Patton lSt;„ D I 8 SSeS! 

Pharmacist and Chemist. { Avenue. J used in Prescriptions. 

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Z Beckett M, Mgr The Singer Mfg Co, r 12 N Court Sq . 

> LlJ Beckham L c, waiter Kenilworth Inn 

<*■ ^ " James, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 

c Beecham Frank, spinner Ashe Cot Mills 
Z .c Beedloe Thomas, c, lab, r 14 S Side ave 
O -£ Belew Mrs Mary, r 59 Brick 
}Z H Bell Miss Florence, r 76 Depot 
<t " Howard, trace elk frt dept Sou Ry 

Q- ' " John, r 43 W Haywood 

ID " John Jr, elk D H Hughes, bds 43 W Haywood 

^t " J A, janitor Temple Court, rms 16 same 

" Mrs Laura, housekpr Arcadia Hotel, r same 
" Mrs Mary C, r 2 View 

" Topsy, c, cook Woodlawn Cafe, r S Beaumont 
Beltmore Burton, c, lab, r 81 Valley 
Belote Edward T, plasterer, r 9 S Pine 
Below Katie, c, laund, r 131 S Pine 

Bender George, Hotel Berkley Barber Shop, r 355 W Haywood 
Bene Miss Fannie, linen mistress, Battery Park Hotel, r same 
Benfield J Y, wks Ashe Cot Mills, bds 142 Roberts 
Benjamin Ella, c, servt Mrs S G Struthers, r same 









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A I I CfcPO OPP. POST-OFFICE, ^^'^^asso^stocU of 
Ul rhl A FRUITS, CANDIE = , CIGARS. 

nUE^UIl U) TOBACCO. PIPES. STATIONERY, etc. 

Bennett Chas E, shoemkr 313 W Haywood, r 32 Buttrick 

" Columbus W, rodman City Engineer, bds 28 Seney 

" James M, painter, r 212 Madison 

" John R, plasterer, r 175 Woodfin 

" Mary, c, servt The Aldine, r same 

" Miles W, flagman Sou Ry, bds 32 Buttrick. 
Benson Andy, c, wks Market, r 47 Poplar 

" Arthur, c, wks Swannanoa Hotel 

" Benjamin, c, wks City Market, r Poplar n w cor Brick 

" Edward, c, delivery F Zimmerman, r Poplar n w Brick 

" Henry, c, lab, r 62 Poplar 

" James, c, waiter Oats Hotel 

" Lizzie, c, servt Mrs E A Van Gilder, r 127 Valley 

" Prew, f, cobbler, r Poplar n w cor Brick 
Bentley Henry, bds 42 Haywood 
Bergin Jackson C, teamster D S Hildebrand 

" James C, driver, r 135 S Pine 

" Mariah, c, laund, r 65 Mountain 
Berkeley Bar, Hotel Berkeley 

" Barber Shop, Hotel Berkeley 
Berkeley Cigar Store, T L Tincher prop, 23 Patton ave 

Take it to ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

43 West College Street. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,{ 

Pharmacist and Chemist. L 



60 Pattern) FINE CIGARS, 

V Kev West and Domestic, 
Avenue. J always on band. 






BER 171 BIG 

Berkeley, Henry T, car insp Sou Ry 

Berkeley Hotel, P H Branch mgr, 21 Patton ave (see adv) 

Berkeley Livery Stable, (The) C W Stikeleather propr, 19 

W College, tel 1 ^. 

Berman Lewis, grocer 51 Montford ave, r 49 Montford ave »J 

Bernard Silas G, elk Davidson & Jones, r College ^■"^ 

Bernecker, Miss Clara, r 353 Haywood 

" Miss Freddie, dressmkr, r 353 Haywood 

" Julius, carp, r 353 Haywood 

" Paul, printer Ashe Printing Co, r 353 W Haywood 
Bernhardt Alfred, chef Kenilworth Inn 
Berry Beatie, c, lab, r 59 Brick 

" Charles S, car repr Sou Ry 

" Jennette, c, cook Mrs L S Grant, r same 

" Lina Mrs, r 32 Davidson rear 



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i^ina ivirs, r 32 j^aviuson rear ^% 

Louis M, lab, r 76 Seney f • 1 

Melvin, wks city, bds 212 Madison 

Mamie, c, cook, r 59 Brick 

Mrs Nancy, r Hillside n e cor Liberty 



" Beter, c, lab, r 181 S Beaumont YtH 

Bess General, c, lab, r 19 S Bailey IX 

W * P 1W 1^ If Sir WTTTC BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, ** 
»f iitlLllliri 4\i TT l-LilJOj Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. ft 

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Bestor Sallie, (wid W C) r 136 Cumberland 0) *P 

Betterton & Co, (T J Betterton and W W Templin) wholesale and 

retail fruits and vegetables, 60 S Main 

" John T, merchant, r 208 Woodfin ~. 3 

" Thomas J, (Betterton & Co) r Pine cor Woodfin q Q. 

Bevell James, c, lab, r 130 Valley (A O 

Bias Cinthia, c, laund, r 112 Cherry " < 

Frank, c, driver Dr G A Mebane, r same PI {k 



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" Irving, lab, r rear 42 Woodfin 

" Jacob, c, driver Patton & Stikeleather, r 6 Richard 

" Kate, c, housegirl 163 Chestnut, r same ^ 

" Stephen, c, lab, r 6 Richard * 

" Thomas, delivery R L Ownbey & Co 
Bidwell John A, c, lab, r 45 Catholic ave 

" Samuel, c, wks Battery Park Hotel, r 45 Catholic ave 
Bies Miss Ida, i.oner Model Steam Laundry 

" John, c, waiter, r 77 Valley 

" Katie Mrs, r 10 Hazzard 

" Wm, carp, r 10 Hazzard 
Biglow Mrs Susan, dressmker 31 Valley, r same 
Bignall Mrs Anna G, r 2 Aston Place 




THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, 



79 North Main Street, 
>, 7 & % West College Street, 
Distillers' Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' Ryes, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. FRAKK O'DONNF.L.L,, Proprietor. 



WHITE G. SMITH, ftlUN^Ml^sV,; 

( Avenue. J to customers. 



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Biltmore Lumber Co, (Vanderbilt estate) S E Pass Depot 
2 75 Bingham Military School, Maj Robert Bingham prin, Bingham 
q ■£= Heights, n \v city [See Miscellaneous] 

j- <S " Robert, prin Bingham's Military School, r same 
Q. q Bird Benjamin, c, r 125 Poplar 

" Miss Bettie, r 79 N Main 

" Mrs Delia, r 79 N Main 
1_ " George W, lab, r 79 N Main 

" John, c, r 125 Poplar 

,; " Joseph A, lab, r 5 Frederick 

[? " Miss Nancy C, r 79 N Main * 

I & " Miss Sarah M, r 79 N Main 

tt> 5 Birdwell John, wks Kitchen Oakland Heights 

_-« . Bishop Miss Ella, restaurant 20 N Main, r 72 Woodfin 

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Benj L, wks Ashe Cot Mills, bds 33 Buxton 
Henry W, gardener, r 36 McDowell 
§ " John J, farmer, r 4 McDowell 

" John W, elk C E Moody, r 366 S Main 
Bivins Wm, c, waiter, r S Grove nr Phillips 
Bizzell Robert, wks Ashe Milling Co 
Black Angeline, (wid W M) r 176 Charlotte 

I R C QMITH ARCHITECT/rp a ?eV r u K G H Un ^ htyearswi,h 

N Hi Ol O I f I I III Six years Resident Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq. 
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I 1 J Black Miss Arie A, weaver Ashe Cot Mills, r 38 W Haywood 
*—^ " Carrie, weaver Ashe Cot Mills 

■^ " Miss Catherine, spinner Cot Mills, r Avery nr Cot Mills 

* " Miss Eliza, spinner Cot Mills, r Avery nr Cot Mills 

O" Miss Esther A, wks Ashe Cot Mills, r 38 W Haywood 
" Miss Etta M, weaver Ashe Cot Mills, r 38 W Haywood 
" James M, r 38 W Haywood 
" Joseph, carp, r 38 W Haywood 
" Miss Mary, r 176 Charlotte 
f^l " Mattie, c, chambermaid Arcadia Hotel, r same 

*^J " Onie, weaver Ashe Cot Mills 

" Thomas P, brickmason, r 176 Charlotte 
I I I " Wm, wks Cot Mills, r Avery nr Cot Mills 

"-J 4 < WD, spinner Ashe Cot Mills 
111 " W L, engr Sou Ry, bds 168 Park ave 

' ' ' Blackburn Albert C, carp, r r3 Seney 

Blackman Henry, c, lab, r 68 S Side ave 
Blackmer Henry, c, station hand Sou Ry 
Cj Blackmon, Wm A., wks Cot Mills, r 387 W Haywood 
-^— - " Wm F, r 487 W Haywood 

^^ Blackmore Lucinda, c, cook W B Gwyn, r same 



Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio- 
lins, a complete line. One price only, 
and that the lowest known, at 



'Talk's Music House, 

) 48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G, SMITH, Ph. G., P ^^l^S't^r 4 

( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 



Pharmacist and Chemist. 



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Blackstock Lucius, c, servt Cain House 
Blackwelder Bruce P, carp, r rear 16 1 S Main 

" Hugo, wks J R Rich & Son, bds 177 S Main 

" Leroy C, night watch Biltmore, r 177 S Main 
Blackwell Alexander, c > wks Henderson's warehouse, r 190 S Pine 

" Charles, <r, lab, r 36 Gudger i^* 

" Pattie W, r, nurse 146 Chestnut, r 190 N Pine 
Blackwood Frank |, asst bookkpr Vanderbilt estate, bds rear 24J? B& 
Silver " ^™ 

" Irvin T, r rear 24^ Silver h 

" John T, carp, r rear 24^ Silver 

" Mary Susan, r rear 24-i Silver 

" Queen V, dressmkr, bds rear 24*4 Silver 

" Wra C, butler Vanderbilt Mansion, r rear 24^ Silver 
Blain Miss Grace M, r 217 Chestnut 

" John G, r 217 Chestnut 

" John M, r 217 Chestnut 

" Miss Letitia Q, r 217 Chestnut 

" Miss Mary Ellen, r 217 Chestnut 
Blair Alexander B, eng Sou Ry, r 6 Park Place > 

" Miss Anna B, r 24 Cherry 



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Blair Ann E, (wid A J Blair) r 73 Haywood 

" John, eng Carolina Woodwkg Co, r 12 East 



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John W, station eng Carolina Woodwkg Co, r 64 McDowell 



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Blakeley Ella, r, servant Mrs A Hood, r same ■ 

Blankenship J M, condr Ashe St Ry Co, r 12 East w-, — 
Blakney Delia A, r, laund, r Dixontown 

" Doc, r, butler W L Moore, r Banjo Hill — 

Blalock James, carp, r 325 Bailey ^ 

Blankenship Lorenzo M, motorman St Ry Co, bds 59 N Main c 

Blanton Doctor, c, lab, r Cripple Creek o n 

" Tohn D, (T D Blanton & Co) bds 68 College =* !j 

" J D & Co, (J D Blanton, J D Crump, C E Wingo) 39 Patton ^ V 

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Blassingim Ida, c, cook Mrs Wm Garrard, r same o H 

Blomberg Aaron, r 90 Cherry 3* " 

" Isaac, Student, r 90 Cherry 

" Lewis, cigar and tobacco store 17 Patton ave, r 104 Bailey — 



H. Redwood & Co., 7 



and 9 PATTON AVENUE. 

A choice stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, 
Shoes, Hats, etc., at fixed and 
reasonable prices. 
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Blythe Ham, c, lab J R Rich & Son, r Dixontown 
Boatwright Joseph, c, delivery E Zimmermann, r Valley 

" Joseph, c, lab, r 64 Eagle 
Bobo Tinsey, c, laund, r 25 Catholic ave 
Bogle Arthur, c, driver H T Collins, r 36J3uttrick 
" Ella, c, cook Miss E P Cuningham, r same 
" Marshall, c, bell boy Hotel Berkeley 
Boger Martin C, c, waiter B P Hotel, r 5 Weaver 
Boise Jackson, c, waiter Mountain Cottage, r same 
Bollinger Robert C, tailor, foreman J W Schartle, r 38 Penland 

" T L, tailor J W Schartle, r 38 Penland 
Bomens Anna, c, cook Mrs Dickerson, r S Grove near Phillips 
Bonaire (The), boarding, G L McDonald propr 74 Bailey (see 
card) 
Jf Bonanza Wine and Liquor Co, (The) Frank Loughran 
Q££ pres, P A Marquardt secty and mgr, 43 S Main (see 

■^^ adv) 

^^ Bon Marche, S Lipinsky propr, foreign and domestic dry 
goods, 15 S Main (see page adv) 
Bonds Rhoda, /, r Sycamore cor Valley 
Boone Clarence D, printer J I Beall & Co, bds 318 Patton ave 



; CAROLINA COAL CO- 



Office Phone, - 130 

Yard Pnoue, - 144 

Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

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Borden Wm, c, lab, r 40 Madison 
Borders Cash, elk, bds 141 Haywood 

" James, c, lab, r 13 McDowell 

" Richard S, salesman, bds 45 French Broad ave 

" Sallie, c, cook Mrs H M Davidson, r 43 Brick 

" Smith, c, lab, r 105 S Beaumont 
Bost Ephriam, c, waiter Kenilworth, r 381 S Main 

" Fannie, c, cook O M Coston, r same 

" Luther, c, wks Col Davidson, r same 

" Maud, c, laund, r 88 Gudger 

" N A, flagman Sou Ry, bds 4 Rollins 

" Theodore, c, lab, bds 88 Gudger 
Bostic F, c, waiter Oakland Heights 

" John B, pres and mgr J B Bostic Co, r 28 Starnes ave 

" J B Co, J B Bostic pres and mgr, 23 Patton ave 

" Joseph, c, waiter, r 79 Valley 

" Joseph T, supt streets city, (mem hose co A F D) r 67 Col- 
lege 

" Miss Lelia, r 67 College 

" LeRoy, elk Sumner & Co, bds College 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue. Room 24. 



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Bostic Louisa, r, chambermaid Western Hotel, r 79 Valley 
Bostic Lula, c, chambermaid Western Hotel, r same 
, Bostic Plato L, elk W A Blair, bds 67 College 

" Van Buren, elk Dr T C Smith, bds 67 College 

" Wilburn wks J T Bostic, bds 67 College 
Bookhart C O, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery nr same 

" Kittie, weaver, Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery nr same 
Bookhart Thomas W, dentist 37 Patton ave,bds 95 College 
Bookstaver Mrs Harriet M, Faith Mission, r 344 Bailey (see mis- 
cellaneous) 
Boone Clarence D, printer, bds 67 College 

" George W, blacksmith, r 310 N Main 

" Hanna, cook W W West, r same 

" Herbert, painter, bds 310 N Main 

" John N, grocer Pearson's Drive near Gay 

" Joseph F, bds 120 Madison 

" Robert, painter, bds 310 N Main 

" Robert W, r 120 Madison 

" Sarah, r 201 Bailey 

" Miss Sarah J, 120 Madison 



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Boots Charles, wks Asheville Woodvvkg Co 

J3oozer Rufus, appr McPherson & Clark, bds 4 Rollins 

Boulineau John V, carp, r 243 Grove 

Boune Clarence, printer Register, bds 76 Depot 

Bourne Louis M, (Bourne & Parker) r 16 Bearden ave 

Bourne & Parker, (L M Bourne, Haywood Parker) lawyers, 

11 and 12 First Natl. Bank bldg 
Bowen Andy, c, lab J R Rich & Son, r 64 Eagle 

" Anna, c, cook H M Dickson, r same 

" Edward, c, butler Mrs E W Hazzard, r same 

" Lula, c, laund, r 64 Eagle 

" Martha, c, laund, r 10 Madison 

" Richard, c, driver Dr M C Millender, r same 

" Robert, c, waiter B P Hotel, r 10 Madison 

" Reuben, c, porter P Mclntyre, r 150 S Pine 

" Samuel, c, butler Mrs A T Basler, r same 
Rjowens George, c, r S Grove near Philips 

" J B, carp, r 6 Frederick 

" Ollie, c, cook 65 French Broad, r Madison 

" Robert, c, lab, r rear 63 Madison 
JBowie A F, shoemkr R O Roberts 



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THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, 

Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and ) 
vicinity. Frank O'Donnell, Proprietor. J 



19 N. Main Street, 

7 & iy 2 W. College Street, 

Asheville, N. C. 



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Bowles Robert E, painter and paper hanger T W Fitzpatrick, r 

268 College 
Bowling Alley, E M Orrpropr, 18 Lexington ave 

" Benjamin E, carp, r 27 View 

" Miss Delia, r 31 Valley 
Bowman John W, c, Oak Hall Barber Shop 1 Patton ave, r 79 

Montford ave 
Boyce Alf, c, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfg 

" Dock, c, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfg 

" Miss Henrietta, r 79 Chestnut 

" John, e, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfg, r 226 Charlotte 

" Mitchell, r, 112 Cherry 

" Moulton, gardener, r 183 Poplar 

" Wra, c, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfg 
Boyce Wm A, (W A Boyce) stoves and tinware n Patton ave, 

r 107 Bailey (see fly "B") 
Boyd Miss Bessie G, r 49 Hill 

" Miss Carrie E, r 20 Central ave 

" John, wks cotton mills, bds 527 W Haywood 

" John, elk, bds 20 Buttrick 

" Reuben, e, porter The Club Saloon 



W. II. HILL & CO. 



Fine Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork. 
Game in season. 



-Phone 66. 



Boyd T V, weaver Asheville cotton mills 

" Wells, r, bell man Kenilworth Inn, r same 

" Wm, wks Asheville Woodwkg Co 

" Wm H,clk Jarrett Bros, bds 146 W Hill 

" Wm J, grocer, r 20 Central ave 

" Wm M, mach, r 146 Hill 
Boykin Samuel D, watchmaker and jeweler 1 1 n w Ct Sq, r 23. 

Short 
Bracket Mattie, r 24 S Side ave 
Brackett Thomas, lab, r 20 McDowell 
Bradford Candace E, (wid M E) r 12 Jefferson Drive 

" George G, painter, bds 12 Jefferson Drive 

" Joseph C, mailing elk P O, r 14 Central ave 

" Mary S, (wid C A) dressmaker, r 14 Central ave 

" Nolan, (wid Robert) r 326 S Main 
Bradley Frances, c, cook Wm O'Connon, r same 

" James, c, carp, r 12 Hildebrand 

" Wm S, butcher, r 294 S Main 

" John, wks Asheville cotton mills, r 40 W Haywood 
Bradshaw Samuel, c, driver Asheville Ice and Coal Co 
Brand O E, Jesse R Starnes Undertaking Co 



line of 



PIANOS and ORGANS 



on easy installments, at 
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.,H™° n ]^S 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I Avenue, j alwaysonhand 

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Branal Andrew, (FM Hill & Co), r 30 Cherry 
" Miss Kate, r 30 Cherry 

Bradshaw Henry, drayman, r S Grove near Philips 

" Green, c, wks Idlewild Floral Co, r Charlotte p pa 

Bradt Gustavus H,mngr Asheville Mercantile Co, r Cain House ^ 

Branch John P, Jr, bds 14 Starnes ave 

" Miss Louise L, r 14 Starnes ave p^p 

" Mrs Lou R, bds 46 S Main ^E 

Branch Patrick H, mngr Hotel Berkeley, r same 

" Thomas W, bkkpr Rutledge, Patterson, Webb & Co, r 14 ml 

Starnes ave ■ 

Branch Mrs T W, boarding, 14 Starnes ave (see card) 

Brank x\lbert V, carp, r 5 Eloise 

Braman Herbert O, (R L Ownbey & Co), r Chunns Cove ^^ 

Brannon A \V, lumberman, bds 74 Grove g~M 

Allen, lab, r Pearson's Drive ^"j 

" Allen, c, wks W A Boyce, r Gray *^i 

" Cleveland A, blacksmith, r 28 Davidson *^ 

" Taylor, c, wks Vanderbilt, r 34 McDowell ^" 

Brazelton Mary, c, r 1000 Pearson ave ~~" 

Breeding Alexander, painter, res 516 W Haywood | 5" 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., s-ll 

Thirty old, reliable TflCllPQ H PP Johnstou Building, 13 Court ~0 

stock companies. lUoUlaUtOi Square, Asheville, N. C. 2 5?o 






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Breese Elizabeth H, (wid W C), r 103 Montford ave S 

" Miss Minnie, r 103 Montford ave <w 

Breese Wm E, pres First National bank, r Kenilworth, N C 

Breese Wm E, Jr, (Adams & Breese), r Kenilworth, N C 

Brenizer Gilmer, stamp deputy internal revenue, bds Melke PI 

Brevard Zeb Vance, elk C S Cooper, r 6 Central ave 

Brewton Emeline, c, laund, r 21 Catholic ave 

" Florence, c, chambermaid, r 30 Clemmons 00 j=S 

" Ivory, c, lab, r 30 Clemmons 

" Jeff, c, blksmith, r 3 Clemmons 

" Joseph, <r, lab, r 21 Catholic ave 

*' Lonnie, c, lab, r 21 Catholic ave go 

" Margaret, c, laund, r 30 Clemmons pi 

<( Miss Maude, r 76 Cherry 

" Phillip B, embalmer Riverside Undertaking Co, r 76 Cherry ^s 
" Stella, c, r 21 Catholic ave co -o 

" Wm, c, driver, r 25 Catholic ave g> g" 

Brexton The, Mrs James L Alexander prop, n Starnes ave, ^ 3 

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Bridgewater Looney \V, cabinet mkr Asheville Wood Wking Co, CD ^ 
r 77 Flint ££ 

Medium and Upper Grades of Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Satins, Vel- 
vets, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Corsets, Embroideries, L.aces, etc. 

H. REDWOOD & CO., 7 and 9 Patton Avenue. 



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BRI 178 BRO 

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Bridgewater Samuel, bds Flint near Magnolia 

Bridwell John J, c, wks Oakland Hgts, r 45 Catholic ave 

" Sam, c, laund, Battery Park Hotel 

" Spart, c, bell boy Battery Park Hotel 

" Wra, c, laund, Battery Park Hotel 
Briggs Miss Alice E, r 421 S Main 

" Ida, c, r 25 Hillside 

" Milton G, lab, r Redmond's alley 
Bright Miss Ella, r 8 Clayton 
Brimmer Miss Rose, private school, Bailey 
Brinkley John, driver, The Club Saloon 
Britt Bros, (H C & W W), groceries, 17 Silver 

" George \V, farmer, r 60 Blanton 

" Horace C, grocer, bds 60 Blanton 

" Wra, lab, r 2 Blanton 
Britt Worley E, (Whitehead & Britt), r W Asheville, Emma 

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Britton George, c, lab, r S Beaumont 

" George, c, cook Frank Jackson, r 15 Clemmons 

" Henry, c, butcher J Wolfe Meat Co, r S Beaumont 

" Miss Lola, domestic W S Bradley, r 294 S Main 

A big stock Fruits, Candies, Stationery, 
Cigars and Tobacco, at 
ALLEN'S Fruit and Cigar Store, 

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flg <s) Britton Mattie, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 

3 V " Rena, r, r 167 N Main 

H I " Wm, bookkpr J J Lange, rms 17 College 

2 ^ Broadwell Calvin R, wks Asheville Woodwkg Co 
tC <J Brockman Annie, c, laund, r 37 Clemmons 

3 d Brookfield Lewis, c, lab, r 27 McDowell 
H Brooks Annie, c, nurse 23 Short, r same 

q\ b " Cato, c, butcher W M Hill & Co 

Z § % " Ellen, c, laund, r 46 S Pine 

<^q " Hattie, c, laund, 12 N Main, r 29 Davidson 

a « " James, c, wks Berkeley Hotel, rms 33 Buttrick 

^ < J " James A, c, r 43 Catholic ave 

2 § <{ " Jennie, c, servant 

3 I FJ " Mrs Jennie, dressmkr 190 Bailey, r same 
tC\B " John, c, driver J R Rich & Son, r Hd Flint 
*" H " John, c, lab, r 46 S Pine 

~ ,-, " Julius, c, wks D S Hildebrand, r 226 Charlotte 

2 "J H, patrolman, r 82 Orange 

q " Lizzie, c, cook Mrs W C Bestor, r same 

O \> " Lonnie L, elk F P Ingle, bds Buck Hotel 

J ® " Martha, c, nurse Dr C E Hilliard, r 136 Valley 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDKY, 

Telephone 95. 43 WEST COLLEGE STREET. 



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Brooks Marion, c, cook H F Grant, r same 
Preston, c, waiter, Kenihvorth Inn 
S S, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills 
Walter, carp, bds 339 S Main 
Wm, c, bell boy Swanannoa Hotel 
Win, c, porter Penniman Bros & Co, r 46 Pine 
Wm, c, porter F O'Donnell, r Cumberland ave 
Wm, c, servant T W Patton, r same 
Broom T A, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills 
Broner Fannie, c, cook T E Brown, r same 

" Fannie, c, laund, r rear 34 Maiden Lane 
Brower Miss Annie E, r 8 Starnes ave Pfli 

Browing R A, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills ais sn 

Broughton Ivry, c, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfg ^^ 

" Jeff, c, horse shoer J C Wallace, r 3 Clemmons 
Broughton L Joe, dentist, rooms 5, 6 & 7 Paragon bldg, cor ' __ 
Patton ave and Haywood, r 55 College, (see card) j*. 

Brown, also see Browne £ 

Brown Albert H, bkkpr 1st National Bank, bds Haywood 
'•' Alexander, c, lab, r rear 285 S Main 
" Alexander L, c, restaurant, 40 S Main, r 43 Catholic ave 

WAf2NPT? Sir WTTT.K builders and contractors, 

TTAuLlIill ft U IJJJUO) Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 

«^" Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

Brown Annie, c, cook, r 20 Clemmons 

Brown & Atkin, (H A Brown, W Atkin), meat mkt, 524 W 
Haywood 

Berkely C, hackman, 211 S Main 

Berry F, brick mason, r 527 Pearson's ave 

Bros (C N and F F), props Palace stables, 29, 31, 33, 34 
Lexington 

Brier, c, waiter Hotel Berkeley 

Caroline, c, laund, r 41 Hildebrand 

Carroll, elk Berkeley Cigar Store, bds 266 Patton ave 

Caney, student, r 2S9 S Main 

Caney, r 19 Montford 

Caney N Jr (Brown Bros), bds 19 Montford 

Callie, c, cook J E Rankin, r Woodfin 

Charles A, baggage master Sou Ry 
Brown Charles L, practical horseshoer, 81 S Main, mem 

Hook and Ladder Co A F D, r 14 Clayton (see card) 
Brown Charles W, (J V Brown & Son), r 205 Montford ave 
Brown Clayton C (Roberts & Brown), r 76 Depot 
Brown Daniel, motorman, r 172 S Main 
" Dina c, r rear 44 Grove 



When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER a-d BRANDIES, call at 

19 North Main Street, 

7 and 7 l / 2 West College Street, 
FRANK O'DONNELL, Propr. 



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The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores/ 



WHITEG.SMITH.Ph.G., 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



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Brown Edgar DeWitt, trav Asheville Mercantile Co, r 33 Starnes 
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" Edward C, carpenter, r 149 Haywood 

" Edward D, salesman Ash Mercantile Co, r 33 Starnes ave 

" Edna, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 

" Edward E, prop Brownhurst Greenhouse, r 95 Woodfin 
Brownhurst Greenhouse, E E Brown prop, Oak between College 

and Woodfin 
Brown Edwin L, salesman Palais Royal, r 194 College 

" Edwin L Jr, bds 194 College 

" Etta, c, servant Mrs K F Pulliam, r same 

' ' Eugene, yard boy T W Sharpless, r same 

" Eva F Miss, r 194 College 

" Everett E, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, bds 466 W Haywood 

" Everand C, tinner, bds 266 Patton ave 

" Frank, trav, 141 Haywood 

" Frank F (Brown Bros), bds 141 Haywood 

" George (Swicegood & Brown), r 173 S Main 

" George, bds 141 Haywood 

" George, c, waiter Oaks Hotel, r same 

" George C, student, bds 266 Patton ave 



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Brown George F, flagman Sou Ry, bds 4 Rollins 

" Harris H, c, porter D J Goldstein 
Brown Harrison B, c, principal Parochial school, lawyer, 22 
Set sq, r 1 10 Cherry 

" Harry, plumber J R Rich & Son, r Patton ave 

" Harry T, bds 165 Haywood 

" Henry, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r nr same 

" Henry, brick contr, r 31 N Main (2d floor) 

" Henry M (J R Brown & Sons) r 65 Montford ave 
Brown Horace A (Brown & Atkin), r W \sheville 

" Hugh T, elk Brown & Nortup, bds 78 Park ave 

" Hugh C, bds 194 College 

" Henrietta, c, laund, r Dixonton 

" Harriet, c, cook, r 10 Maiden Lane 

" Harriet, c, cook Miss Anna Woodfin, r same 

" Miss Harriet L, r 266 Patton ave 

" H S, brickmason, bds Arcadia Hotel 

" Ira, c, r 132 Hill, rear 

" James, bds 40 N Main 

" James, agt W A Blair, bds 527 W Haywood 

" James B, r 149 Haywood 



This citv is too small to make a complete "I? A T TT'O IMTTCTr' ITATTOT? 
stock of SHEET MUSIC pay, but * ALilL O 111 U SL\j XlULJ&Xi 

Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G,f 6 J p ?*nS? 

Pharmacist aud Chemist. I -"^ euiie. J Leather Goods. 

BRO 181 BRO 

Brown James C, tinner W A Boyce, r 266 Patton ave 

" James C, merch tailor 27 Patton ave, r same 

" J Emily, (wid J E) bds 121 Haywood 

" J H, plumber, bds 370 Haywood 

" James H, veterinary surgeon, r 100 S Grove 
Brown James V, (J V Brown & Son) r 65 Montford 
Brown Jane, c, laund, r 23 Sycamore 

" Miss Jennie, dressmkr, r 77 Seney 

" Johnson, c, wks H T Scott, r 49 College 

" John L, student, r 289 S Main 

" John O, carp, r 92 Cherry. 

" John R, carpet cleaner, r 6 Oakdale ave 
Brown J V & Son, (J V & C W) undertakers, 45 Patton ave 
Brown Lewis V, (Brown, Northup & Co) r 231 Haywood 

" Lizzie, c, cook, r Dixontown 

" Lizzie, c, cook Dr S T Smith, r Mountain 

" Lodowick, mgr Geo N Ives & Son's stall 18 Central Market, 
r 20 Vance 

" Louis, mis 326 Bailey 

" Miss L M, dressmker 6 and 7 Sondley bldg, r 99 Hay ward 

" Louis, c, r 20 Madison 



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Brown Luther L, Longbottom's barber shop, bds 341 Patton ave 
" Lutitia, c, nurse J M Campbell, r 20 Clemmons 
" Mark, reporter Daily Gazette, bds 19 Montford 
" Mary, c, cook J V Sevier, r same 
" Miss Mary, r 194 College 
" Mary S, r 149 Haywood 
" Minerva, c, r Sycamore cor Valley 
" Minnie, c, housemaid 65 French Broad, r 22 Madison 
" M K, painter T W Fitzpatrick 

Brown, Northup & Co, (T E Brown, W B Northup, LV 

Brown) builders hardware and mach tools, 33 Patton ave = 
" Ottis, delivery J F Miller & Son, bds 289 S Main « > 

" Pender V, wks Sou Ry, bds 100 S Grove = 2 

" Ralph, c, butler 137 Chestnut, r same =■ O 

" Richard c, wks Dr E C Starnes, r same |2 3C 

^- i - i - Richard, c, furniture repairer, r 192 S Pine <5 j 

" Robert, c, yard man Kenihvorth Inn "^o ■» 

" Robert, c, head waiter Oaks Hotel, r 36 Buttrick S a 

- Robert C, nurseryman, r 77 Seney g. j 

" Mrs R V, boarding, 13 Starnes ave 3 M 

^^ Samuel, c, head waiter Berkeley Hotel, r rear 76 Haywood § *■ 

Hats, Caps, Men's. Furnishing) H REQWOOD & CO., 



Goods, Clothing, Wraps, Dry 

Goods, Shoes, etc J ONE PRICE STORE. 



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BRO 182 BRY 

Brown Thomas, c, cook, 131 Hildebrand 

" Thomas, c, wks Frank Jackson, r'S Pine 

" Thomas, c, wks Ashe Found and Mach Shop, r 1 Pearson av 
Brown Thomas E, (Brown, Northup & Co) r 78 Park ave 
Brown Thomas C, carp, bds 6 Oakdale ave 

" Thos E W, med student, bds 231 Haywood 

" Vesta, c, cook 47 Woodfin, r same 

" Walter M,wks Brown Bros' Livery Stables, bds 141 Haywood 

" Win, horse shoer W N Hatch 

" Wm, motorman St Ry Co, r 48 N Main. 

" Wm, c, wks Elec Light Co, r 180 S Beaumont 

'•' Wm, c, blacksmith, r 109 Mountain 

" Wm, c, chef Waynesviile Hotel, r 25 Silver 

" Wm, c, porter, r 59 Hill * 
Brown Wiley B, propr livery stables Lexington ave, r 289 S 
Main (See card) 

" Wm P, lawyer, legal block, bds 46 Central ave 
Brown Wilbur L, sign writer 75 S Main, bds 66 S Main 
Browning Robert A, wks Cot Mills, bds 527 W Haywood 
Bruce J M, agt Singer Sewing Mach, 62 S Main 

" James S, lab, r 16 Oakdale ave 



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Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



Brucker George, (Theobald & Brucker) 9 w Court Sq 

" Mrs Louisa, res 9 W Court Sq 
Brunges Arthur W, c, barber, r 28 Gudger 
Bruns Henry E, elk H Redwood & Co, r 18 Ann 
Brunson Joseph, condr Sou Ry. bds 4 Rollins 
Bruton Ash, c, head waiter Asheville Hotel, r 18 Willow 
" Baxter, weaver Ashe Cot Mills r 26 Buxton 
(0 " Daniel W, green grocer stall 20 Central Market, r 26 Buxton 
£_ " Ella, weaver Ashe Cot Mills, r 26 Buxton 

" Florence, c, chambermaid The Dawson House, r same 
" George, c, lab, r 9 Walnut 
" Lonie, c, hostler Cowan & Oates 
>^ " Mary L, weaver Ashe Cot Mills, r 26 Buxton 
W " Wm B, wks Ashe Cot Mills, r 28 Buxton 
Bryan Ida, c, cook Miss H S Read, r same 

" James W, c, phys Y M Institute bldg, r same 
C Bryant Bina, c, r rear 36 Depot 

Q " Jacob K, elk Jesse Starnes Undertaking Co, bds 62 Woodhn 
;< Julius, c, porter A D Cooper, r Maiden Lane 
" Eugenia, c, nurse L Blomberg, r same 
" Lula, c, laund, r 105 S Beaumont 

LA rnpinUnlt Real Estate » Loan Broker, 
I Al rdl MUlll AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

/ Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



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' \\'onno flumes, Extrac 

IMisi i 'imtcisl and < liomisl I. -f»-> ciiut,. j and Soaps. 

BRY 183 BUR 

Bryant Martha, c, cook A A Featherston, r same 

Bryant Reuben H, c, phys and surg 14 Eagle, r same 

Bryant Sallie, (wid Barnett) r 62 Woodfin ' --50 

" Samuel, c, wks O D Revell, r S Grove nr Phillips 
Bryson Elizabeth, c, cook 20 Clayton, r same 
" W C, flagman Sou Ry 
" W E, hostler's helper Sou Ry 
Buchanan Charles A, jeweler, bds Arcadia Hotel 
. " James F, brickmason, bds Arcadia Hotel 
Buchanan Mrs J S, propr Arcadia Hotel (See card) 
Buchanan Julius L, brickmason, r Arcadia Hotel . "" o. 

Buckner Miss Clemie, dressmkr Miss L M Browne, r 7 Patton ave FT 12 " 
" Miss Cora L, r iS Oakdale ave ' "L§ 

" Miss Florence, r 274 Eagle 3 ^ 

" Horace, wks Skyland Furniture Co WBBk 

" Jacob G, carp, r iS Oak Dale ave tj 

" James, wks Skyland Furniture Co _ 

" Neptune, sten Sou Ry 
Budd Otho, ret U S A, r Hillside n e cor Liberty 
Bugg, see also Buggs 



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VflClvOT . . . . I Contractors for Western North Carolina 

Bugg Ida, spinner Asheville cotton mills, r 212 Avery 

" J T, wks Asheville cotton mills 

" spinner Asheville cotton mills 
Buggs, see also Bugg 

" Joseph, wks cotton mills, r Avery nr same 

" Tilman, r Avery nr cotton mills 

" Wm, r Avery nr cotton mills 
Bugg Wm P, lab, r 212 Avery 

Bugening Oscar, weaver Asheville cotton mills, bds 527 W Hay- 
wood 
Bullard W H, weaver Asheville cotton mills 
Bullock Lilly, c, cook V S Lusk, r same 
Bumgardner Miss Guerillas, r 357 Haywood 

" Louis M, eng Sou Ry, r 357 Haywood 
Buncombe Brick Co, (J H Lee, T W Patton, B M Lee, A J 
Wills, J B Cain) J B Cain mgr, 20 Church (see fly "A'') 

" Coal Co, J S West propr 8 Lexington 
Buncombe County Court House, Public Square 
Buncombe County Jail, Eagle 
Bunn Albert, contractor, r 23 Clayton 
Burbidge Lucy L, (wid Harry B) r South Side ave nr Depot 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, 'SWicS^.e., 

Supply seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with their BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. FKAXK OI(().\.M;i,i„ Proprietor. 



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Burge Forest, printer, bds 53 College 

Burge Hicks, salesman H Redwood & Co, bds Haywood 
" Nathaniel T, r 163 Haywood 
" Miss Roxana E, r 163 Haywood 

•' Scott C, salesman H Redwood & Co, bds 163 Haywood 
" Wm H, elk H Redwood & Co, bds 163 Haywood 

Burgin C S, condr Sou Ry, bds Depot nr Sou depot 
" Edward, c, driver Cowan & Oates 
" Frank A, tel oprTreadway & Collins, bds Church 
" Harriet, c, chambermaid Kenilworth Inn, r same 
" Jackson, c, teamster, r Hillside nr brick yd 
" Julia, c, chambermaid Kenilworth Inn, r same 
" Lee, spinner Asheville cotton mills 
" Lee, c, wks cotton mills, r 218 Avery 
" Lula, c. laund, r Hillside nr brick yd 
" Mary, c, nurse, r 133 Depot 
" Murphy, c, feeder Cowan & Oates livery stables 
" Rufus, c, wks The Berkeley Stables 

Burk John, c, waiter Kenilworth, r Dixontown 

Burnett Benjamin, general blksmithing and repairing, horse 
shoeing 26 College, r 53 Central ave 



W. M. HILL & CO., 



PHONE 66. 



(Steam Sausage Factory. 
Clean and Wholesome. 
Sausage, Bolognas and Puddings. 



Burnett Diassy, (wid John) r 149 Haywood 

" Miss Harriett, r 36 East 

li Jackson, c, driver Cowan & Oates, r4i8 N Main 

" Mittie, c, cook, r 314 Baptist Hill 

" Sarah (wid J S Burnett), r 33 N Pine 
Burns Catherine, c, laund, r 27 Sycamore 

" Henry, c, porter Asheville Club 

" Jane, c, cook, r Dixon Town 

" Wm, c, lab J R Rich & Son, r Dixon Town 

" Jane, c, cook Mrs S W Hines, r same 
Burnsides Adger W, spinner Asheville Cot Mills, bds 466 W Hay 
wood 

" Benjamin F, spinner cotton mills, r rear 116 Roberts 

" J M, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills 
Burnside James, wks Asheville Cot. Mills, bds 466 W Haywood 

" Roscoe, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 116 Roberts 
Burnell Lonie Miss, teacher culinary dept Normal Institute, r 

Haywood 
Burroughs James A, physician, Barnard bldg, tel 15, r 
N Main and Woodfin, tel 14 

" Burroughs James B Mrs, r N Main and Woodfin 



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Talk's Music House, 

J 4S Putton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6., J"^tfSUE'5s , £ , 5 

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Burton Addie Miss, dressmaker Mrs M S Bradford, r same 

" Charles H, c, teacher Hendersonville Public Schools, r 24 
Blanton 

" Columbus, c, driver Dr G W Purefoy, r same 

" Harriet, c, r 58 Mountain rear 

" Mary, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills 

" Milledge, c, lab, r Dixon Town 

" Wm, plasterer, bds i75-Woodfin 

" Samuel P, collector Mrs L A Johnson, r 32 S Main 
Busby Julian G, student, r 35 Seney 

" Rev Levi E, pastor Lutheran church, Y M C A, r 35 Seney 
Butler David S Jr (T C Butler & Son), r 163 College 

" Eliza Mrs, seamstress, r 21 Spring 

" Hartman L, elk, bds 163 College 

" Howard, c. barber, r 23 Sycamore 

" Ike, c } janitor court house, r 91 Gudger 

" Lucy, c, r 127 Valley 

" Ollie C Miss, r 163 College 
— sX ~~Paul, apprentice McPherson & Clark, rms Maxwelton bldg 

" Thomas C (T C Butler & Son), r 163 College 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable In Oil T»a Y\Pf* Johnston Building, 13 Court 

stock companies. lllaUldllliC. Square, Asheville, N. C. 

Butler T C & Son (T C and David S Jr), grocers, i E ct Sq, 
tel 29 (see card) 
" Wm H O, barber, r Sycamore near Valley 

Byas Jake, c, driver Patton & Stikeleather 

Byers Abram L, c, barber, r 1 Catholic ave 
" Caledonia, r, r 24 Blanton 
" Mariah, c, cook W A Boyce, r same 
" Thomas W, c, waiter Oakland Hgts, r 24 Blanton 

Bynum Thomas, c, J I Beall & Co, r Clemmons 
" Allen, c, r 125 N Main 

" David J, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, rms no Cherry 
" James T, elk Ash Supply & Fdry Co, r 331 Haywood 
" Joseph, c, driver Carolina Coal Co, r rear 36 Depot 
" Margaret, c, laund, r 10 Madison 
" Martha, c, cook, r 10 Madison 

Byrd Benjamin, c, r 147 Valley 

" Anna, c, cook Mrs E W Hazzard, r 10 Madison g 

" Benjamin, c, porter C A Raysor == pz 

" Byrd Elbert A, with G A Mears & Sons, 527 W Haywood, 

bds 1 18 Roberts 
" Wm H (Stewart & Byrd) r 285 S Main 
" Wm, eng Sou Ry, bds 168 Park ave 



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Fancy Goods, Shoes and Hats. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G. ' 



i I Hi Ui i yof Drugs and Chemicals 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. Avenue. J used in Prescriptions. 

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> v^ V^_^/ excellence of its work, Church street. 

c Cacha Irving, wks Asheville Woodworking Co, bds 70 Avery near 

Z H Depot 

O £ Cadwell Lila, c, cook Buxtom PI, r same 

jZ H Cagle Lillie E Miss, r 438 N Main 

«< Cahill Moses, c, lab, r 150 S Pine 

0- ' Cain Harry E, elk F E Mitchell, bds 24 Grove 

in Cain House, Stephen J E Cain prop, 24 Grove 

^ Cain James B, mgr Buncombe Brick Co, office 20 Church, r 

beyond city limits 

o — o tt j h n A; j aDi r 3 o n Pine 

" WalterS, student, bds Cain House 
Calais John H, elk Penniman Bros & Co, r 157 Church 

" Margaret M Mrs, r 157 Church 
Calais Wm J, supt Carolina Woodworking Co, 157 Church, 

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Calaway Belle, c, cook J F Graves, r same 
Caldwell Belle Miss, r 72 Mountain 

" Gillie, c, r 43 Catholic ave 



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11 nviuvuiu ALLEN'S FRUIT AND CIGAR STORE, opposite P. 0. 

Caldwell James, c, waiter Mrs W Turner, r same 

" Jeremiah, c, lab, r 38 Hildebrand 

" Jerry, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 

" John, Cj r 45 Catholic ave 

" Lula, c, r 45 Catholic ave 

" Michael C, carp, bds 201 Park ave 

" Minnie, c, cook, r 46 Eagle 

" Sallie, c, cook C E Bealle, r same 

" Wiley, c, lab, r rear 190 S Pine 

" Wrn K, boarding, r 201 Park ave 
California Fruit Store, O K Johnson, 6 Patton ave 
Calkrell A V Mrs, dressmaker, 17^ Patton ave, tel 251, r 

same (see adv) 
Callahan Lula Miss, housekeeper 15 Short, r same 
Calloway Anna, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 
Calloway Henry, c, kitchen Kenilworth Inn, r same 

" Minnie, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 
Cambey G R, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 

" Louis, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery near Sou Ry 
Cameron & Cushman (J D Cameron, Walter S Cushman) real 
estate brokers, 2 Legal bldg S ct Sq 

RING UP TELEPHONE 95. 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

^3 "WEST COLLEGE STEBET. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Pil. G.,{ G0 ^ISwSSJfS™. 

Pharmneisl hi»<1 Chemist. (. 



> Key West and J 
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Cameron John D (Cameron & Cushman) r 80 Bailey .*pj 

Camp Eliza J Miss, r Avery near Sou Ry «» 

Camp F B Mr and Mrs, trained nurses and masseurs, r 8 CD 

Starnes ave (see adv) ^3 

" George, lab, r Avery near Depot — 

" Mary, c, nurse A Trifield, r same *? 

Campbell Bertha, c, chambermaid Mrs L E Freeman, r same Sf 

" Charles, bricklayer, r 40 W Haywood SZ3 

" Charles A, druggist, bds 113 Haywood Z7i 

" Charles H, r 217 Haywood *— 

" Francis S, c, elk H Doster, r 73 Valley *« 

" George, carp, r 69 Seney 

" James F, bartender the Club Saloon, bds 95 Haywood 

" James N, carp, r 67 McDowell 

" Janie, c, cook F Valentine, r same 

" John \, elk, bds 94 College 

" John M, real estate N W Ct Sq, r Buttrick 

" John M, mechanic, r 59 Hillside 

" John M, elk Slayden, Fakes & Co, r 39 Atkin 

" Joe, c, wks 1 Patton ave, r 36 Buttrick 

" Lena, c, servant C W Brown r same 

Wlfl\FR kr WFTT.S1 BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 
TF AWLlXL/ll; tV TT I-UJJO5 Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 
Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
#ST Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 
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Campbell Rev E, F, pastor First Presbyterian church, r 115 Pf| 
Chestnut ■91 

" R, carp, bds 59 N Main JJ** 

" Robert, c, plasterer, r 6 Gray 

" Summie, c, laund, r 49 Davidson 
Canada Mary, cook 78 Cherry, r same 
Candler Samuel, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 3 View 
Candy Kitchen, A A Theobold prop, 9 W Ct Sq 
Cannady George R, moulder Asheville Supply & Foundry Co 
Cannan Hester L Miss, r View near old Depot 

" Zachary, lab, r View near old Depot 
Cannan, also see Cannon 
Cannon Bud, c, lab, r 150 S Pine 

" Chaales, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 

" George W, grocer 250 Patton ave, r same 

" Ida, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 

" John, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 

" Oler, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 

" Robert, c, bell boy Battery Park Hotel, rms no Cherry 
Capps Benjamin F, carp, 125 Central ave 

" SudieD Mrs, matron Children's Home, r 17 Charlotte 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ^w«S5fts« 

Distillers' Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' Ryes, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. FRANK (fl)0\M:i.L, Proprietor. 





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Capps Viola V Miss, asst matron Children's Home, r 17 Charlotte 
Carland Eugene, bkkpr H C Johnson, bds 39 Depot 
Carmichael Whitfield C, prop Carmichael's Pharmacy, r 

137 S Main 
Carrington Jesse, f, harnessmaker, r 36 Depot 
Carrington Richard C, c, harnessmaker 42 N Main, r 12 

Depot 
Carothers Wm R, patent agt, r 32 Depot 
Carolina Coal Co, F M Weaver prest, Harmon A Miller, gen 

mgr, 23 Patton ave (see center lines) 
Carpenter B, wks Skyland Furn Fact, rSW cor French Broad 
and Phifer 

" Elijah, c, driver Carolina Coal Co, r 28 Depot 
Carr Jonas J, r 97 Hillside 

" Mary, c, r Avery near Depot 
Carrier Anne E Miss, r \V Asheville 

" Edwin G, real estate, r \V Asheville 

" James D, West Asheville Improvement Co, r 18 N Ct Sq 
Carroll John L (Thompson & Carroll), r 163 Chestnut 
Cartmell Anna R (wid J V), r 16 Grove 

" Janie T Miss, r 16 Grove 



III Ol ulYII I Hi Six years Reside 



PARAGON BUILDING. Eight vears with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt. 
;nt Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



Cartmell Kathline A Miss, r 16 Grove 

" Nancy B Miss, r 16 Grove 
Carson Blanche Miss, engraver, bds 122 Patton ave 

" Carson Davis, c, hostler J V Sevier 

" Eliza, c, wks Asheville Steam Laundry, r 52 Eagle 

" Emma/, laund, r rear 76 Haywood 

" Fannie, c, cook Capt Otho Budd, r same 

" J W, wksmkt house, r 36 Depot 

" Lelia, c, servant T D Johnson, r same 

" Louisa, c, laund, r 158 Curve 

" Mary, c, chambermaid, r Dixon Town 

" Mary, c, laund, r Cripple Creek 

" Mattie, c, cookT A Speed, r same 

" Mattie, c, cook Mrs E A Van Gilder, rsame 

" Queen M Miss, r 135 Haywood 

" Robert C, c, wks Wiley B Brown's liv stab, r 208 Clemmons 

" Samuel R, insurance, r 135 Haywood 

" Thomas, c, r 103 Eagle rear 

" Virginia R Miss, r 135 Haywood 

" Wm, l, lab Vanderbilt est, r 14 McDowell 

" Walter J, elk J B Seigler, r 36 Depot 



Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio- 
lins, a complete line. One price only, 
and that the lowest known, at 



Falk's Music House, 

48 PATTON AVES VE. 



WHITE R QUITM PH G ( 60 Patton "I Prescription Department 
TfllllL Ui Oifllln, rill U.i ^complete in every re- 

( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 



Pharmacist ami Chemist. 



CAR 189 CAS 

Carter Ada, c, cook, r 183 Poplar 

" Alice, c, cook, r 183 Poplar 

" Booker, c, butler S Clinton Cortland, r 36 Cumberland 

" Charles, c, driver Dr C L Minor, bds Hill 

" Eliza, c, cook Mrs H N Atkinson 
Carter Eugene D, lawyer 10 First Natl bnk bldg, mis 15 and 
16 same 

" Frances Miss, r 69 Liberty 

" Frances R Miss, r Maple Shade PI 
Carter Frank, justice of peace, notary public and ins agt, 42- 
43 under First Natl bnk bldg, r 36 Montford 

" Henry, c, lab, r 98 Roberts 

" Horace J, genl storekeeper and gauger U S revenue, bds 
212 Chestnut 
Carter Hubert B (Carter & Weaver), lawyers, r 69 Charlotte 

" Ida, c, nurse Gaston Meares 

" John, c, bell boy Swannanoa Hotel 

" John H, tobacconist 102 Patton ave, r 25 Bailey 

" Joseph, c, blksmith, r 177 S Beaumont 

" Julia, c, laund, r 4 Madison 

" Laura Miss, r 69 Liberty 



Rogers' Book Store 



is the place to find 
Souvenirs. 



Carter Laura, c, laund, r 183 Poplar -Jp 
" Lovie M Miss, r 25 Bailey 

" Mamie, c, chambermaid, r 205 S Main — ■ — 
" Mariah, c, r 43 Poplar 3^ 

" Mary, c, r 45 Eagle ?0 

" Mary, c, cook J R Rich, r same (j 

" Mattie, c, cook, r 183 Poplar « 

" Max H, elk R L Carter, bds 25 Bailey = "H 

" Nettie Mrs, r 120 French Broad ave |? GJ 

" Robert L, stall 17 Central Market, bds 25 Bailey S *j 

" Susie R (wid Melvin E), r Maple Shade PI &(jt 

Carter & Weaver (H B Carter & Z Weaver) lawyers, 11-12 ^ 1 

Temple Court 25. | 

" Wra, c, r Maiden Lane O 

" Wra P, c, lab, r 148 Montford ave * (? 

Carolina Woodworking Co, W B Williamson prest, J E »- 
Dickerson secy and treas, W J Calais supt, Southside §= 

ave nr McDowell < 

Case James H, elk Roger's Bookstore, r 67 College r- 

Casey John J, contractor ™ 



TRUSTWORTHY SHOES from such 
makers as ZIEGLER. BANISTER, HEY- 
WOOD, PACKARD & EWALD. 

*»* One price system. J 7 and 9 PATIOS AVENUE. 

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H. Redwood & Co., 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.e.,j 60 A Patton lKL po C^r h 

Pharmacist and Chemist. [ Aveuue. ) for the Teeth. 

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Cash John W, cabinet rakr Asheville Woodworking Co, bds 122 

Patton ave 
Cathey Alley, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 
" John H, elk J L Cathey, bds 32 Chesnut 
" John L, elk Superior Court Buncombe County, r 32 Chestnut 
" Sallie C Miss, dressmaker, r 32 Chestnut 
" Susie, spinner Asheville Cotton Mill 
Catholic Hill Graded School, cor Catholic ave and Valley, E H 

Lipscomb, c, prin 
Cauble Claud, elk Ray's Bookstore, bds 430 N Main 
" Daniel W, blacksmith, r 430 N Main 
" Sallie K Miss, r 430 N Main 
" Wm H, asst eng Swannanoa Ice Co, r E Biltmore 
Central Market House (entrance) East Court Square 
S£* Chamberlin M Y Miss, r F E Mitchell 
rv- " S E (wid C A) r F E Mitchell 

1 Chambers Andrew, c, groom Vanderbilt Stables, r 46-48 Brick 
^^» " Charles, c, driver Powell & Snider, r 36 Brick 

" Caroline, c, cook Mrs M E Hilliard, r same. 
Chambers Elbert C (Chambers, Weaver & Co) r 115 Bailey 
" George, c, blacksmith, r 41 Hildebrand 



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Yard Phone, - 144 

Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

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Chambers Joseph, c, teacher Black Mountain, r 25 Catholic ave 
Lela, c, r 46-48 Brick 



(5 4J " Lizzie, c, nurse, r Sycamore cor Valley 

w " Maggie, c, laundress, r 178 Bailey 

£ Q " Mary, c, chambermaid Oalkland Heights 

■H 1- " Robert, c, drayman, r 36 Brick 

C 3 " Robert, c, servant Mrs F M Sorrell, r same 

3-- " Wm, c, bellboy Oakland Heights 

|_ £ Chambers, Weaver & Co (E C Chambers, R Weaver, J W 

3 Pickens) livery 1 5-1 7-19 Willow 

in U. Champion H A Miss, teacher, r 261 Chestnut 

C) " Israel Mrs, r 261 Chestnut 

J» O " Marion L Miss, teacher, r 261 Chestunt 

2 Chapman Ella Miss, r 54 Mountain 

CD i2 Chapman Harry J, house physician Winyah Sanitarium, r same 

C "J W, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills 

^ "3 " S F, city tax collector, City Hall, r bey city limits 

O " Sidney B, elk S F Chapman, bds same 

"O ZZ " Susan, c, nurse Locke Craig, r same 

_C CO " Wilson, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, bds 7 Green 

Jfe Chandley Everett F, bkkpr Farmers Warehouse, r 199 Bailey 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue. Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., { 

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Avenue. J promptly. 



CHA 191 CHR o?2 

Chandler Henry G, elk Dr T C Smith, r 181 Patton ave » g J 

Chaney Doc, f, lab, r 20 Clemmons p ^hh 

Chappie John, c, waiter, r 8 Willow « gg 

Chappell John W, costom boot and shoe maker, lasts fitted for S*"* 
afflicted feet, repairing a specialty, 35 College, r 255 p£fcj 
Grove (see card) jr.W J^ 

Charles George W, blacksmith, r 423 S Main 8 P © 

" James A, draymen, r 9 Centre . * C3 

" Robert H, r 9 Centre • § W 

Chase E H Mrs, r 140 Chestnut ' S*i^ 

Chedester Dovie R Miss, r 223 Patton ave ' — ■ — ' 

" Frank, carpenter, r 42 N Main 

Chedester Hugh C, lawyer 1-2 National Bank bldg, r 223 
Patton ave 

" Newton P, genl mdse 19 S Main, r 215 Patton ave 
Chedester Samuel H, grocer 22 Patton ave, r 55 S French 
Broad ave 

" T Eugene, bds 223 Patton ave 

" Wm P, student, bds 223 Patton ave 
Cheesborough Edith E Miss, r 66 Baird 

" John (E J Holmes & Co) r bey city limits 



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Cheesborough Thomas P, physician 13 Church, tel 103, r bey 

city limits **"" 

Cherry Isaac, c, drayman, r 13 Grove ---j 

" Mariah, c, cook Dr J A Watson, r same ' 

Cheston Andrew, lab, r 212 Avery "" 

Chevalier Lyle L, lumber inspector, bds 12 Jefferson Drive c, 

Chisholm Gabriel, c, butler T W Sharpless, r same ttl 

Child Herbert D, bkkpr Asheville Carriage & Wagon Repository, K 

bds 94 College ™ 

Childs L L (Childs & Ladd) r Slagle Hotel £ 

" & Ladd (L L Childs, E L Ladd) proprs Slagle Hotel %$ 

Child M E (wid W S) r 50 Baird w " 

Childress George L, barber, r 31 Spring © 

Chockley Mary (wid John) r 76 Haywood <■*• 

Choffel Lee, mach Asheville Sup & Fdry Co, r 179 S Main 

Chreitzberg Addria E Miss, r 33 Willow 3 

" Hilliard F Rev, pastor Central Methodist Church South, «•■ 

r 33 Willow 

Mamie E Miss, r 33 Willow 



Christensen Ole, cabinet mkr Ashe Woodwkg Co, bds 87 Bailey « 

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THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ?* H £#S8.««i. 

"Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and) A cT-i»T7i"l1^ TsJ f* 
vicinity. Frank O'Donnell, Proprietor. J rxoUCVlllC, IN. \s. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., i G0 A Pllt,< " 1 D 

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Christopher Margaret, domestic Prof Grabau, r same 

Cis Lucinda, c, laundress Oakland Heights 

Citizen Company The, J P Kerr prest, F E Robinson secy, 
W F Randolph treas and mgr, 6 N Court Square 

City Hall, East Court Square 
~| Clair Henry, propr Kenilworth Inn, r same 
c.5=h Clanton Addie, c, cook, r 34 Lexington ave 
*--y-— Clapp Frank F, elk J M Lacy, bds 32 Short 
*. " Wm R, druggist Biltmore, r 32 Short 

Clark, see also Claike 
ES Clark A E, head miller Ashe Milling Co 

" Andrew R, watchmkr 58 Roberts, r same 
cf£ ig " Bettie, c, laundress, r 20 Willow 
mp " Benjamin P, freight condr Sou Ry, bds 124 Depot 
m [j " Cora, c, cook S Lipinsky, r same 
"B q ; ' CD, check elk Sou Ry frt depot 
!■■ Pi " Douglas, c, tailor, r 21 Catholic ave 
Hs Pj " E T, engineer Southern Railway 
■sj 'j " Green, c, r 175 S Beaumont 
■"* (1| " Henry, carrier P O, r 22 Holland 
_■ " Ham, watchman freight depot Sou Ry 

Fine Hams, Breakfast Bacon, 
Smoked Tongues and Lard. 

C/3 Clark Ida, c, laund, r 133 Depot 
^~ ' ; James, c, driver Patton & Stikeleather 

r-> " James, station hand Sou Ry 

James, c, liveryman, r 140 Church 
James K, elk Wm J Postell, bds ^ Depot 
Jeff, c, driver J V Sevier 
Jerry, c, blksmith, r 22 McDowell 
Jessie R, elk, bds 31 N Main (2d floor) 
John, c, coachman Mrs L H Sturdivant, r rear 7 Blake 
John J, eng Sou Ry, bds 144 Park ave 
John M, wks section Sou Ry, bds 194 Avery 
John P, wireman, r 338 S Main 
Nancy L, (wid W H) r 32 Depot 
^O " Ollie, c, cook, r 133 Depot 

" Ophelia, <r, cook, r 24 N Water 
Clark Thomas G, (McPherson & Clark) rms Weaver bldg 
— " Thomas S, elk, bds 31 N Main (2d floor) 

^> " Miss Wessie V, saleswoman, r 31 N Main 

03 " Wm B, elk TSeymon, r 31 N Main 

JZZ " Wm H, carrier P O 

Cg " Wm P, elk r 31 N Main (2d floor) 



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line of A XJrVll V/kJ dllvl \J L\\J I\ irt O on easy installments, at 

FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.,f G0Patton )-«Sf»%. 

' ' 1 Avoniio 1 and Perfumery 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I -^>« llll «- J always onhand 

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Charles D, transfer elk Depot, r 4 Jefferson Drive O 



Edward T, eng Sou Ry, r 199 Park ave 



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" James B, ngt elk Battery Park Hotel, bds same §, 

" Robert, bds 99 Haywood 

" Wm M, (Clarke & Tincher) rms i6j4 Church mm. 

" Wm P, r 196 Chestnut ■*■ 

Clarke & Tincher, (W M Clarke and T L Tincher) proprs " 

Asheville Real Estate Directory, 28 Patton ave wu& 

Clavarie Joseph, elk Grant's Pharmacy, bds 62 Merrimon ave ■ 
" Louis, employee Morgan & Alexander, bds 62 Merrimon ave 

Clayton Miss Bertha K, r 413 N Main 

" Claud, driver Roberts & Nichols, bds Doubleday 

" Dora, laund, r 43 Poplar 

" Mrs Eliza W, r 413 N Main 

" Henry R, r 413 N Main 

" Miss Luta, r 23 Highland * B fl 

" Thad E, (T S Morrison & Co) rms 139 N Main (2d floor) ^* 

" Wm B, carp, r 23 Highland ^ 

Clegg Miss Emma, r 48 Flint I g 

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RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., £ J 

Thirty old. reliable TncilPOnPO Johnston Building, 13 Court r.*^ 

stock companies. M.U.O Ul ctllt/C Square, Asheville, N. C. £2 i,o 

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Clemens Boney, c, lab, r rear 182 Bailey Ej- I'" 

Clements Annie, c, servant Mountain Cottage m K g 

" Sarah, c, wks Battery Park Hotel, r rear 182 Bailey sf i§- 

Clemmons E T, r 1st door s of Swannanoa Hotel 1— §« 

" Zion, c, lab, r 147 Valley S: I? 3 

Clevenger Ernest, wks McDowell stables, r 220 Patton ave ™ P 1 ^ 

" Robert E, wks Empire Stables, r 220 Patton ave «*» »£ 

Click Laura, c, cook E C Chambers, r same 4£» S?a 

" Pattie, c, laund, r rear 55 Depot S_ £7= 

•Cliff Charles, physician (Homeopathic) 3 w Ct Sq (2d floor) r same ^ sr^ 

Clifton Emma, (wid H) boarding 6 Marjorie * Ta ~| 

Cline Robert F, eng Sou Ry, bds 168 Park ave §2. 

" Walter, c, baker Hotel Berkeley ^1 

Clint Tomlin, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 

Clinton Church, c, lab, r 25 McDowell ■^- 

" Daisey, c, laund, r 65 Roberts t) 

Clowney Lewis, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r 43 Catholic ave S* o 

Club Saloon, (The) Patrick Mclntyre propr, 53 S Main (see == = 

backbone) cro M 

Clutz Charles A, bag master Sou Ry, rms 199 Park ave CD >i 

Clyde Mary, c, laund, r Avery near Depot S* 

Fora Sc c o^SK H. Redwood & Co., Nos. 7 & 9 Patton Ave. 

Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats and Shoes. 



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Coakley Miss Eva, r 25 Spring 

" Miss Minnie, r 25 Spring 

" Thomas P, carp, r 25 Spring 
Cobb Alphonso H, bk kpr G F Scott & Co, r 125 Montford ave 

" Bartlett, carrier Asheville Daily Citizen 

" Elisha H, r 125 Montford ave 

" Miss Lottie B, r 125 Montford Ave 

"• Maggie, weaver Asheville cotton mills 
Cobb Theodorus H, lawyer 13 S Main, (2d floor) r Bartlett cor 

Adams 
Cochee E C, wks Ashe Woodwkg Co 
Cochran Mrs Caroline, r 2 Magnolia 

" Miss Florence, r 2 Magnolia 

" Girwood, bk kpr D L McClellan, r Emma N C 

" Miss Louisa, housekeeper 6 Starnes Ave, r same 

" Miss Maggie, r 173 Haywood 
Cocke Philip C, collector Natl Bank of Asheville, r 167 French 
Broad ave 

-^ Cocke Wm J, Mayor; cashier Natl Bank of Asheville, r 167 

~~**- French Broad ave 

Cockrum Lydia, c, laund, r 314 Baptist Hill 

?t TIME « and WMEr^^g^g^ 

jjj^-^— -Coffee Wade, elk T Seymon, bds 17 S Main 

Coffin Eben, auctioneer and loan broker 31 Haywood, r same 
(see card) 
" Miss Fannie M, r 31 Haywood 
r ] " Miss Mary S, r3i Haywood 
j " Miss Sallie S, r 31 Haywood 
TL 1 fo Cogwell Frank V, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, bds 113 Cherry 
. Colin Jacob M, r 71 Orange 

hj Cole Alice A, (wid W T) dressmkr 17 N Main, (2d floor) r same 
Cole Miss Alta M, engraving, room 6, 3d floor, Temple Court 
Bldg, r 23 Penland (see card) 
CO j 3 " Miss Bessie, r 72 Mountain 

^ "Z (j Cole James J, propr Asheville Foundry and Machine Shop, r 
j"3 3 8 Turner (see corner cards) 

£ (Q " John, eng Ashe Foundry and Machine Shop, bds Candler 
|_ ' £j " John, delivery R L Ownbey & Co, bds Doubleday 
John A, stone mason, r 49 Chestnut 






Co % " Lucetta V, (wid L A) r 23 Penland 
id " Mrs Rachael, r 20 Turner 
V " Thomas E, wks Central market, bds 49 Chestnut 

Coleman Adam, c, waiter Mrs S 1 erry, bds same 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY. 

Phone 95. Near Post-office. 43 West College Street. 



WHITE G. SMITH,Ph.G., | 60Pa,t "lO 

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Coleman Charles, c, wks Wiley B Brown's livery stables, bds 34 CD 
Lexington — ^ 

Cordie, c, cook A Crawford, r 4 Grove Q3 

Eliza, c, cook 303 French Broad ave, r same 
Emaline, c, cook 33 N Pine, r same rear 
Frank, coachman George Henderson, r same 

Fred, c, wks Oaks Hotel, r rear 136 S Pine -asS 

Hattie, c, laund, r 146 Church QJ 

James S, deputy collector internal revenue office jj^ 

Jennie, c, chambermaid Mrs S Terry, r same ^~ 

John K, delivery, r 26 Montford cor Hill C/3 

Julius, c, wks O D Revell, r S Grove near Phillips Z3 

Luther, wks Asheville cotton mills, bds 45 Spring CD 

Miss Maggie, wks Ashe Cot mills, r 511 W Haywood 

Miss Mamie, r 26 Montford 

W R, weaver Asheville cotton mills 

Colington Joseph, c, coachman Winyah Sanitarium, r same 

Colinsky Abe, salesman Baltimore Clothing House, bds 4 Marjorie 

" Miss Rosa M, saleswoman Baltimore Clothing House, r 4 

Marjorie 
" Miss Sarah, elk M Swatzberg, r 56 Spruce 



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UAUJlill iV t¥ IJUJUO, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave.. Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 

ftS- Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

Collateral Loan Office, I M Monash propr, D J Goldstein mgr, "^^* 

46 S Main *^»» 

Collett Thomas, c, waiter Church St Restaurant, bds 38 Hilde- _ _ 

brand ^ mmm 

Colley Henry, c, grocer 1 Mountain, r same 

Collington Thomas, c, porter T A Speed - mmmm 

Collins Annie, c, r 3 Sorrel 

" Miss Apphia, r 20 Highland r*T"i 

" Benjamin M, pressman Asheville Print Co, bds 20 Highland 

" Benjamin, c, lab, r 86 Hill 

" Benjamin, <r, restaurant, r 57 Hill 

" Benney, r, restaurant 8 Eagle 

" Miss Cora, r 20 Highland 

" Daniel, stone cutter Vanderbilt's, r 19 Silver 

" David C, cabinet maker, r 222 Haywood 

" Georganna, 1, r 27 Maiden Lane 

" George R, (Tread way & Collins) r 303 French Broad ave 

" Miss Helen, r 303 French Broad ave 
Collins Henry T, (Asheville Ice and Coal Co) 34 Patton ave, 
r 303 French Broad ave 

" Lina, c, cook 30 Orange, r S Main 



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When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER a"d BRANDIES, call at 

19 North Main Street, 

7 and 7 L/ 2 West College Street, 
FRANK O'DONNELL. Propr. 



The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores,' 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. 1 -tt\enut\ j in Prescriptions. 

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Collins Lizzie, c, cook, r 159 Valley 

" Miss Mary G, secty Flower Mission, r 20 Highland 

" Minas, r 36 Maiden Lane 

" Mattie, c, laund, r 86 Hill 

" Nicholas A, patrolman, r 15 Fulton 

" Sadie, c, laund, r 86 Hill 

" Salina, c, cook, r 2 Sorrel 

" Samuel, c, wks Vanderbilt's, r S Grove near Philips 

" Thomas C, r 20 Highland 

" Mrs T C, police matron City Hall, r 20 Highland 
Collins Willis E, merchant miller, Asheville Milling Co, r 128 
Cumberland ave 

" Wm, c, driver W E Collins, r 86 Hill 

" W P, bell boy Kenihvorth Inn, r same 
Colored Enterprise The, Thos L Leatherwood, c, editor and 

publisher, S Ct Sq, (see side margins) 
Colter George, c, lab, r 186 Phifer 
Colvin Miss Annie, bkkpr H Redwood & Co, r 99 Woodfm 

" Eliza, (wid Alexander Colvin), r 99 Woodfin 

" James G, contractor in masonry, r 99 Woodfin 
Comens Maggie, c, cook Miss Champion, r 96 B-aird 

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Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 

Commons Walter, c, servant T V Terrell, r same 
Comstock Miss Annie E, boarding, r Victoria 

" A O, r Victoria 
Condry Otis, delivery F A Walton 

" Robert, elk, bds 82 Seney 

" Wm, lab, r 82 Seney 
Condray Wallace, carp, r Maple Shade Place 
Cone Clarence N, r 70 Park ave 
Connelly Demps, drayman, r 401 S Bailey 

" Georgie, c, cook, r 316 Short Bailey 

" Hattie, c, cook 237 Haywood, r same 

" Lawrence, dispatcher Sou Ry, rms Drhumor Bldg 

" Mariah, c, r Clemmons 

" Martha, c, cook, r 316 Short Bailey 

" Lee, c, barber, r 7 Weaver 

" Mary L, r 316 Short Bailey 

" Walter C, dispatcher Sou Ry, rms Drhumor Bldg 

" Wm, train dis Sou Ry, rms Drhumor Bldg 

" Wm T, c, barber, r 507 W Haywood 
Conner Wm, c, fireman Sou Ry 
Connor Margaret, c, cook 261 Chestnut, r same 

This city is too small to make a complete PIT "IZ'C HI TTCT^ IT ATTCT? 
stock of SHEET MUSIC pay, but J AJLli. O II Olt HUUtMil 

Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G. 



Pharmacist and Chemist. (. -A\enue 



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Connor Pattie, wks Asheville Cotton Mills 1 f^- 

" Susan N, (wid I O A), r 212 Chestnut g£° 

" Wm, c, fireman Sou Ry, r rear 69 Roberts g-g.g 

" Wm O, chief deputy collr int revenue, mem civil service o|'^ 

board, 1-212 Chestnut 2o% 

Connors Gilbert, c, lab, r rear 120 Poplar •§""?. 

Cook Amos F, grocer, 277 N Main, r same 7 ~% 

Daniel, spc delivery elk P O ■- y -/ 
Daniel W, condr St Ry Co, bds 63 N Main 

Donie, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills | \\ 

George R, wks Asheville Broom factory, bds 350 Haywood ^^ 
Hattie, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills 

John, bds 172 Avery ^ , 

John T, confectioneries, 20 N Main, r 72 Woodfin ^L4 

J T, carp, bds 16 )4 N Main _^ 

Marvel A, carp, bds 43 N Pine ^^. 

Mary, <r, cook G F Scott, r same Hrt 

R H, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, bds 511 W Haywood IjM 

Vena, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills ^jrt 

Wm, painter, r 172 Avery -<^ 
Wm, c, delivery Whitehead & Britt 

TOURISTS MAKE ROGERS' BOOK 9? 
STORE THEIR HEADQUARTERS. 



" Martha, c, laund, r 3 Frederick 

" Morris, c, waiter Winyah Sanitarium, r same 

OD toTii ice H. REDWOOD & CO., Nos. 7 and 9 Patton Ave., 

Full lines of CLOTHING, MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS, 
SMALL WARES, HATS and SHOES. 



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Coon Frank, porter McDowell k Johnson 

Cooper Albert D, fancy groceries, 2 N Ct Sq, r 39 Haywood 
" Bettie, (wid Alexander), r 41 Spruce 
" C S, grocer, 39 S Main, r Woolsey 
" W H, fireman Sou Ry 

Cope Henry, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 186 Avery 

" Henry A, lab, bds 186 Avery (/) 

" Matt, c, lab, r 9 Mountain *» 

" Wm L, lab, r 186 Avery _^ 

Copeland Lettie, c, laund, r 16 Short 

Copening Charles, c, r 58 Mountain £=> ^ 

" Classie, c, r 16 Atkin iv £Q 

Corpening Delia, c, cook Mrs J M Israel, r 66 Poplar — {} 

" Miss Florence A, r 140 Bailey = X 

" Frank P, trav, bds 140 Bailey ^ ■■ 

" Henry, c, lab, r 7 Frederick 5; ^J 

" Jessie, c, waiter Winyah Sanitarium, r 66 Poplar 



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COR 1 98 COT 

Corpening Nicholas, c, r 66 Poplar 

" Miss Rosa, r 140 Bailey 

" Wesley, c, waiter Winyah Sanitarium, r 16 Atkin 

" Win, c, wks Stikeleather's Stables, r 20 Clemmons 

" Miss Willie G, r 140 Bailey 

" Wm G, R R contr, r 140 Bailey 
Corpeny Harvey, c, lab, r 122 Church 

" Mamie, c, r 122 Church 
Corbin John, night watchman Vanderbilt saw mill, bds 3 Rollins 
X^ordell Frederick R, rockmason, r Pearson a\e 

" Jennie, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills 

" Mary J, r Pearson ave 
Corlos Nyman, tailor J W Schartle, rms Pisgah Hotel 
Corn Campbell, wks Sou Ry, bds 184 Avery 

" Jennie, c, wks Ashe Steam Ldry, r 139 Bailey 

" Leila Miss, cook J T Cook's restaurant 

" Thomas T, wks Sou Ry 
Cornell Miss Erner, r 107 Depot 

" Frank, driver C W Baird & Co, bds 107 Depot 

" Harriet A, (wid H T), r 107 Depot 
Corner Miss Pattie, bkkpr Cotton Mills, r 57 W Haywood 

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Correll Susan, c, laund, r rear 55 Depot, (Revell's Row) 
Cortland Miss C M, r 17 Grove 
UGortland Clinton W, (S C & C W Cortland), r 17 Grove 
Cortland S C, (S C & C W Cortland), real estate, 40 & 42 Pat- 
ton ave, Maxwelton bldg 

S. C. COKTLiilTD, 
Real 33s"t£tte, 

The Maxwelton, 40 & 42 PATTON AVENUE. 

Covington Richard, c, lab, r 62 McDowell 

Cosby Benjamin H, jeweler, 27 Patton ave, r 54 Depot, (see 

back cover) 
Coston Hannah J, c, rS Grove near Philips 

" Jessie P, elk Sawyer's Carpet store, bds 58 Haywood 

" Oscar M, elk J P Sawyer's Carpet store, mem Hose Co, A 

F D, r 42 Haywood 
" Sarah C, (wid Wm B), r 58 Haywood 
Cothron John T, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 1 1 Green 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue. Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., 



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Cotter George, c, lab, r 37 Clemmons ^5 

Court House, Buncombe County, Public Square f) » ? 

Courtney Harry S, trav, bds 117 Haywood I 2 * 

" James R, bds 36 Philips I ^ a 

" John H, treasurer Buncombe Co, r 36 Philips s' $ 

Cowan Miss Ella A, r 54 Depot I ^ 3. 

— " George W, jeweler, 2 8j4 S Main, r 28 S Main * » 1 

Cowan James K, (Cowan & Oates), r Oak * 3 15 

" John, mach Asheville Supply & Foundry Co fj "9 

" Mary, c, chambermaid W W Jones, r 90 Eagle S" 

Cowan & Oates, (J K Cowan, J R Oates), livery, boarding, 5 

feed and sale stables, 38 College, tel 50 i_^w 

Cowan Pinkney L, jeweler, 28| S Main, bds 28 S Main, (see 
right side lines) 
" Thomas, wks Asheville Woodwkg Co 

Cox Miss Minnie, teacher, r 55 College 

Coxe Lucy, c, cook T R Harrison, r same 
]raig Locke, attorney, 10 Temple Court, r 199 Park ave 
" Rev Moses, c, r 18 Willow ■ 

Craw Lyman B, wks Vanderbilt estate, r Victoria near Oakland 

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ASHEVILLE . . ( Incensed Bill Fosters and Distributors. ^ * 

DVERT1SINC ' Control City Street Car Advertising. •"■n 

f* ewrv 1 Pre pareami plac Newspaper Advertising 1 (J 

UtiisOY ■ > ■ ■ L Contractors for West ern North Carolina 

Crawford Addie, c, r 32 Maiden Lane 

Crawford Alexander, physician, (eye, ear, nose and throat) 
32 Patton ave, (2d floor), r 58 Grove 

Miss Anna, r 58 Grove 

Edgar, bds 58 Grove 

Elvira, c, cook 13 Starnes 

John, c, servant Margo Terrace 

John, c, lab, r 32 Maiden Lane 

Josie, c, chambermaid, r 7 Sycamore bo 

Levi, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel T r 

Miss Lucy, r 58 Grove "^ • 

Mary, c, cook Margo Terrace, r same 

Mary L, c, laund, r rear 55 Depot, (Revell's Row) 

Robert, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills 

Miss Sallie, r 58 Grove 

Willis, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery gj. C^ 

Wilson, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery nr Cotton mill = M 

W Levi, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r 117 Cherry CO 

Wm, c, lab, r 31 McDowell 

Wm, c, lab, r 88 Gudger » 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, 'KI^Ss,,,, 

Supply seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with their BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. fit A. Mi. 0'I(o.\.m;i,I„ Proprietor. 



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Crawford W R, pass condr Sou Ry 
Creasman A Clarence, bds 44 Seney 

" Miss Dora E, saleslady U D Fisher & Co, r 44 Seney 

" Miss Etta P, domestic, r 44 Seney 

" Jacob H, wks Vanderbilt nursery, r 226 Southside ave 

" Maggie, c, cook R A Long, r same 

" Manley A, township constable, r 44 Seney 

" Wm B, carrier Gazette, bds 44 Seney 

" Wm L, carp, r 512 W Haywood 
Crenshaw James, elk John M Stoner, r Chunn's Cove 
Crisp Maggie, c, r 79 Valley 
Crockett Eliza, c, laund, Battle Park Hotel 

" Henry, c, lab, r 25 McDowell 

" Sallie, c, wks Oakland Heights, r 23 Sorrels 
Crocker Mary, c, laund, r Dixontown 
Crompton Mrs Bettie L, r 33 Buxton 

" Miss Carrie, r 33 Buxton 

" Miss Mattie, r 33 Buxton 
Crook Ellen, spinner, Ash Cot Mills 

" Henry, pressman Gazette, r 18 Depot 

" Miss Hester N, r 22 Cumberland 



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Crook Jackson, painter, bds 22 Cumberland ave 

" Miss Jennie, r 4 View 

" John, painter T W Fitzpatrick 

" *Wm J, driver Slayden Fakes & Co, r W Haywood 

" Lon, weaver Ash Cot Mills 

" Lonnie, painter, r 4 View 

" Nancy J, (wid W D), r 22 Cumberland ave 

" Miss Nellie, wks Ash Steam Laundry, r 22 Cumberland ave 

" Rebecca E, (wid Jasper), r 172 Avery 

" Miss R M, wks Ash Steam Laundry, r 22 Cumberland ave 

" Wm W, painter, r 22 Cumberland ave 
Croon Amos, c, lab, r 4000 Sycamore 
Crow Frank, c, cook, r rear 26 Church 

" Miss Mary M, r 328 S Bailey 

" Peter, c, herb doctor, r 143 Depot 
Crosby Harvey M, prop Hotel Pisgah, 20 Patton ave 
Crowell Frank, c, lab, r rear 63 Church 

" Frank, c, waiter R O Neville 

" Joseph A, brickmason, r 40 Seney 

•' Wm, c, bellboy Oakland Heights, r 381 S Main 

" Wm, c, porter Oakland Heights 



String, even the best, will break in 
course of time. The freshest, clean- 
est and best stock always at 



(Talk's Music House, 

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WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G„ i~ p * tto ]£yL5?2y.£ 1 5 

fharmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J charge. 



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Cruise Mrs Delia, r 122 French Broad ave 5'o 3* 

^Ji__Edward, solicitor Cowan & Oates livery stables, bds 122 ^ 50 

French Broad ave o-o-*™ 

" John L, livery, phone 47, bds 122 French Broad ave ^£3 

" Miss Jonnie, saleswoman Crystal Palace, r 122 French §r?!^ 

Broad ave §'""'■< 

" Miss Katie, r 122 French Broad ave °P ;?" 

" Miss Maggie A, r 122 French Broad ave w ^ °. 

" Simeon, student, r 122 French Broad ave hL(")< 

Crump Henry, c, coachman, r 53 Mountain £ ST™ 

" Richard, c, whitewasher, r no Davidson 5 "2.n£ 

Crumpton Carrie, £, laund, r Coal near Buttrick ^jq ™ 

Culbert Walter A, paymaster Biltmore Estate, bds Victoria ^ c° 

Cullom Rev Wm R, r 32 Maple Shade Place |'-< 3 

" Mamie, c, laund, r 46 Eagle %^'< 

Cummings P A, lawyer, 4 N Ct Sq (2d floor), bds 14 Bailey oJP ? 
Cunningham Miss Elizabeth, r 275 Haywood 

" David E, carrier P O, r Louisa near Hillside 

" Eugene S, barkppr J J Lange, r 34 Flint 

" Enoch L, carp, r 23 Orange 

" Miss Floride, real estate, 275 Haywood, r same 



RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old. reliable TrtQll r>£) T"l PP Johnston Building, 13 Court 

stock companies. Alio HI cvlIV^C Square, Asheville, N. C. 

Cunningham Jason F, carrier P O, r 243 Hillside 

" Miss Marintha, r 275 College 
Cureton Estelle, c, cook Dr M C Millender, r same 
Curry Ollie, domestic M B Graham, r same 
Curtis Benjamin, bds 156 Bailey 

" Miss Cordelia, housekeeper Oakland Heights 

" Eugene, plumber Rich's, r 27 Haywood 

" Mrs Mamie, tailoress, r 27 Haywood 

" T E, plumber W A Boyce, r 27 Haywood 

" Thomas S, wks Ash Woodwkg Co 

" Walter A, c, barber, r 190 S Pine 
-Cashing Chauncey D, lumber dealer, r bey city limits 

" Joseph B, hostler Sou Ry, r 95 Depot 
Cushman Walter S, (Cameron & Cushman), Commissioner of 
Deeds and Notary Public, 2 Legal bldg, 5 Ct Sq, r 
80 Bailey 

O YOU doubt the superiority of the Model Steam Laundry's 
work? Give it a trial. Church st. 

Dabney Wm, wks Ash Cot Mills 

Daise Isaiah, c, bell boy Winyah Sanitarium, r same 



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Laces, Embroideries, Dress Goods and 
Silks, Staple Dry Goods, Wraps, 

Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc. 



1H. Redwood & Co., 

J 1 k 9 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. & l (~ p * to }S , SSK , £JE2 

Pharmacist and Chemist. [ Avenue. J used in Prescriptions. 

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Dale Jennie, c, servant Mrs L I Drake, r same 
" Jones, c, wks H C Hunt r same 

< ^ Daley Furniture Company, S J Daleypropr, 55 S Main 
" J Ambrose, elk Daley Furniture Co, r 55 S Main 

Daley L V, Daley Furniture Co, r 55 S Main 
Daley Samuel J, propr Daley Furniture Co, r 55 S Main 
j— *"* Dalton Alice, c, laund, r 105 S Beaumont 

< " Calvin, lab, r 137 Poplar 

Q- " Carrie, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 

10 " Filmore, wks Ash Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 

^ " Flora, dyer Ash Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 

' General R, weaver Ash Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 

' George L, machinist, r 2 Magnolia 

' Hampton P, drayman, r Avery nr Cot Mills 

' James T, (McDowell & Dalton), r Hazel Township 

' Jasper, dyer Ash Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 

' Jesse F, lab, bds 210 Avery 

' Miss L A, wks Ash Steam Laundry, r 15 Seney 

' Lonnicie, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 

' Miss Mary E, r 15 Seney 

' Samuel J, elk McDowell & Dalton, bds Hazel Township 



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U P fcW »\ FRUITS, CANDIE', CIGARS. 

nE«L.i»i1 WJ TOBACCO, PIPES, STATIONERY, etc. 

Dalton Thomas L, carp, r 15 Seney 

" Wm, wks Kenihvorth Inn, r same 
Dalzell Mrs F E, r 14 Grove 
Daniel Robert N, lab, r 325 S Main 
Daniel Saphronia (wid James), r 4 Central ave 
Daniels George B, machinist Wm M Jones, r 165 Haywood 
Darby Frank R, C P & T A Sou Ry, office 34 Patton ave, r 
14 Starnes ave 

" Fred c, lab, r rear 3 Catholic ave 

" James, c, lab, r rear 3 Catholic ave 
Dark Henry, c, waiter Oaks Hotel 

Davenport L E, grocer 16 N Main, r Horseshoe, Henderson Co 
David J Ernest, physician, r 70 Liberty 
Davidson Allen T, r 50 Baird 

" Alice, c, cook Dr Fakes', r same 

" Miss Carrie, saleslady Sumner & Co, r Charlotte 

" Edward, student, bds 94 College 

" Mrs Hanna M, boarding, 94 College 

" Jennie, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 
Davidson & Jones, (T F Davidson and T A Jones), lawyers, 
6, 7, and 8 Temple Court bldg 

Take it to ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

43 West College Street.^ 



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j llli Uij-j v Key West and Domestic, 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 1 Avenue. J always on hand. 

DAY 203 DAV 

Davidson Miss Sallie, r 18 Jefferson's Drive 

" Senica, c, lab, r rear 150 S Pine 
Davidson Theodore F, (Davidson & Jones), r 69 Liberty 

" Wilbur E, elk Carmichael's Pharmacy, bds 94 College 
Davis Mrs A C, hskppr Battery Park Hotel, r same 
" Albert C, grocer 25 N Main, r 84 Bailey 
" Annie, c, laund, r 24 N Water 
" Ange, (wid Wm), r 3 Merrimon ave 
" Benjamin P, wks Slayden, Fakes & Co, r 23 Depot 
" Benjamin P Jr, bds 23 Depot 

" Mrs Celina C, seamstress, r West Hill near Maiden lane 
" Chaney, c, nurse, r WHill near Maiden Lane 
" Charles, wks Furniture factory, r rear Madison 
" Charles, c, porter G A Mears & Sons, r 61 Hill 
Charles, c, coachman Sluder House, r same 
Charles B, auctioneer Rollins & Hensley's warehouse, r 42 

Montford ave 
Charles L, maj USA, millitary professor Bingham School, 

r 172 Montford 
Charles S, shipping elk Slayden, Fakes & Co, r 23 Depot 
Ella, c, r 92 Gudger 

\VAfi\'FR Jfc" WITTS. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. 
Tf AO^-LflL CV H ILLi5, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville. N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
»«- Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

Davis Mrs Emily, mission worker Big Pine, r 132 Hill 

" George W, r 30 Woodfin 

" Miss Grace O, r 42 Montford ave 

" Henry, c, brkman Sou Ry, r Avery nr same 

" Henry, c, wks Battery Park Hotel, r 16 Maiden Lane 

" Henry, c, servant H W Miller, r same 

V Hezekiah, wks Gas Wks, bds 30 Woodfin 

" Jack, c, lab, r 25 Hillside 

" J Allen, mission wkr Big Pine, r 132 Hill 

'• J P, c, head bell boy Kenilworth Inn, r same 

" Jennie, c, chamber maid Battery Park Hotel, r 8S Eagle 

" Jessie, c, lab, bds 5 Hall 

" Miss Josie, r 30 Woodfin 

" Joseph, c, boot black, r 34 Maiden Lane 

" Joseph C, farmer, r 67 N Main 

" Joseph C, c, butcher Central mkt, r 24 Hildebrand 

" J R.uth, peddler, r 17 Walnut 

" King, c, lab W D Justice, r 22 McDowell 

" Laura, c, cook 22 Woodfin, r same 

" L M, bds 56 Depot 

" Louisa, (wid John), r 62 Woodfin, (2d floor) 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ;«^c^Ss tr e et , 

Distillers' Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' Ryes, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. FRANK U'DONNELL, Proprietor. 



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I'barmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J to customers. 



£ _r DAV 204 DEK 

4| Davis Lula, c, iaund, r 13 S Side ave 

~. " Miss Mary, r rear Madison 

~ 4= " Miss Mary, domestic Mrs A Graves, r same 

2 °* " Mrs Mary J, boarding 67 N Main 

tL c£ " Miss Mattie, r rear Madison 

HI __ " Permelia F, (wid E B), r 42 Montford 

■J J2 " Miss Roxey, elk tax coll office, r 141 Haywood 

rj ' ; * Randolph, c, coachman King's Cottage, r N Main 

" R Morgan, tel opr Sou Ry, r 56 Depot 

" Riley L, ngt watchman Asheville Woodwkg Co, r 25 Turner 

w " Rosie, c, laund, r 40 Mountain 

£ * " Samuel N, driver Slayden, Fakes & Co, bds 23 Depot 

<5> 2 " Samuel P, yard elk frt depot, r 29 Depot 

_.75 _ " Sarah, c, r 40 Mountain 

" Miss Sarah A, r rear Madison 

" Simon P, elk Slayden, Fakes tt Co, bds 27 Depot 

" Thomas K, printer Asheville Gazette, r 42 Bailey 

" Wm A, eng city Gas Wks, r 58 Blanton 

" Wm H, printer State Register, bds 76 Depot 

" Wm R, farmer, bds 67 N Main 
Dawkins Samuel, c, head waiter Glen Rock Hotel, r rear same 



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Jbix years Resident Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 

Dawson Mrs Emily, boarding Sunset Drive 

" Rufus, contractor, r Sunset Drive 
Day Henry, c, lab, r Scratch Ankle 

" John, cabinet mkr Skyland Furniture Co, r 6 New 

" Rube, weaver Ash Cot Mills, r near same 
Deake Cyrus T C, Idlewild Floral Co, r 324 Charlotte 

" Mrs J B, Idlewild Floral Co, r 324 Charlotte 

" Julius W C, Idlewild Floral Co, bds 324 Charlotte 
Deal Lucinda, c, chambermaid Battery Park Hotel, r 146 Church 

" Lyman, elk Sumner & Co, rms 42 Pattonave 
Dean Bettie, c, r 50 Poplar 

" Mrs Mary, r N Hall 
Deaver Charles B, student, r 25 N Pine 

" Joseph C, law student, bds 25 N Pine 

" Miss Ninna T, artist, r 25 N Pine 

" Wm H, chief detective agcy, magistrate, 12 N Ct sq, r 25, 
N Pine 
DeBord Miss Linda, r 209 Chestnut 
Deck John, c, r 250 College 

" Novella, c, r 250 College 
D&Keysen Mary, c, servant J A Tennent, r same 

Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio- ~\ CqIL'o MllCIP UnilCQ 
lins, a complete line. One price only, > I CI I IV O IllUolu lHJUoC, 

and that the lowest known, at ) 4S fatton avende. 



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IMiarmacist nnd Chemist. ( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private 

DEL 205 DIL 

DeLoach Thomas A, directory compiler 23 Patton ave 
Demery Addie, c, laund, r Scratch Ankle 

" Jennie, c, servant, r rear 29 Brick 
Democratic Headquarters, chairman R L Walker, R L Neilson pT^| 
secty, 13 S Main and Legal blk EI9 

Dendy Lulabelle, c, chambermaid Maj Chas L Davis, r same ■«■ 

Denison Burt, West Asheville Improvement Co, rms 23 First Nat 

Bk bidg ga 

" Roy P, bkkpr Battery Park Bank, bds Mountain Cottage 
Denkins foshua, r, w k^ DS Hildebrand's biick mfy WW& 

Denne Miss M, matron Orange St Sanitarium, r same 
Dennie Ada, c, laund, r rear 200 Patton ave 
Dennis Mrs E R, r 4 Woodfin 
Depau Wm H, r, wks Winyah Sanitarium, r same 
DeVault Charles W, druggist, r E Asheville 

" Wm W, hostler Sou Ry, r 27 Rector 
Deviney Miss Hattie, r 58 Hill ''■ 

" Robert, c, wks Biltmore, r 16 Atkin A ^ 

Dial Mary, c, laund, r rear 157 Hill 

Diamond Miles, c, shoe mkr 73 Valley, r same *J 

Dickens John, weaver Ash Cot Mills, r Avery near same 



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Dickerson Building", Public Square cor South Main 

" Doc D, wks Ash Cot Mills, bds 142 Roberts rn 

" Harriet, c, laund, r 120 Poplar j*2 a " 

Luetta, 1, laund, r 120 Poplar 



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r cor College and Vance 
" J E & Co, (J E Dickerson), hardware, s e cor Ct sqr and 

S Main — . — ■ 

Dickey Joseph S, prin Skyland Institute, Grady st, r Woolsey _ 

" Mary, c, cook Everett House, r same ~~ 

Dickson Bartly, fireman Sou Ry, bds 168 Park ave 5 

" Harvey M, Dickson-Mason Lumber Co, r 15 Grove = 

Dickson Isaac, c, groceries and provisions. 137 Valley, r 139 o q 

Valley i 5 " hj 

" James, elk Daley Furniture Co, bds Western Hotel c/3 4 

" Mason Lumber Co, (H M Dickson, W T Mason), 4-5 » [j 

Sondley bldg o H 

" Miss Medora M, r 15 Grove a _ 
" Silas R, 1, elk Isaac Dickson, bds 139 Valley 

Dillingham Daniel A, guard over county prisoners, r 37 Seney — 

Dillon John W, carp, r rear 173 S Main o 



H. Redwood & Co. 



7 and 9 PATTON AVENUE 

A choice stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, 
Shoes, Hats, etc., at fixed and 
reasonable prices. 
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WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,( 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



60 Pattern) Tooth Powders, Tooth 
\ Brushes. Everything 
Avenue, for the Teeth. 



DIL 206 DON 

Dillon S W, motorman Ashe St Ry Co 

Dimsdale Calvin, elk McDowell & Johnson, bds 420 S Main 

Dinkins Andrew J, printer Citizen Co, r 109 East 

" Emma, c, r Mountain 
Dippolt Fennimore B, cabinet mkr, r 53 Montford ave 
Dirks Martha, c, cook, r 22 N Water 
Dison Mrs Mary, r Avery near cotton mills 
Dixon Amos, c, gardener, r 76 Hill 

" D D, weaver Ash Cot Mills, r Avery near cotton mills 

" Mrs D D, weaver Ash Cot Mills, r Avery near cotton mills 

" Elvira, c, cook 170 Park ave, r same 

" Miss Jessie, r 47 Seney 

" N S, wks Ash Cot Mills, r Avery near cotton mills 

" Wellington, c, butler Mrs Wm Garrard, r same 
C^J Dobbins Charles, c, brakeman Sou Ry, r rear 116 Roberts 
<y« " Charles, c, wks Wiley B Brown's livery stables, r 15 Lexing- 

— ton ave 

*«4C " Hettie, c, laund, r 60 Roberts 

' John, c, head porter Glen Rock, r same 

' Joseph, c, boot-black Hotel Berkeley 

' Joseph, c, porter, rms 153 Market 



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Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

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Dobbins Mary, c, washwoman, r 28 Lexington ave 
Dobson Mrs Alice, laund, r rear 192 S Pine 
m 4-» " Hayes, c, lab, r 29 Valley 

RJ Doby Amelia, c, cook L P McLoud, r same 
(jj" „ Dodd Amanda, c, r rear 50 Bailey 
££ k " Ann, c, cook Mrs L J Owens, r same 
C 3 » Frank, c, lab Standard Oil Co 

— " Jeannie, c, cook T B Due, r same 
I— F " Joseph, c, teamster, r 79 Poplar 

3 " Laura, c, servant Mrs L J Owens, r same 
£ ll^ " Wm M, c, driver, r rear 50 Bailey 
O Dody Clara, c, housegirl 20 Clayton, r same 

*5 O ^ )oe Thomas B, elk W B Williamson & Co, r 20 Oak 

Dole Miss Alice B, teacher Industrial School, r 249 College 
Dolphin Mitchell, c, porter Dr J A Burroughs, r same 
Donhoo Hiram S, carp, r 283 S Main 
£ ■= " Wm, r 283 S Main 
O Donnan George, (Market st Woodwkg Shop) r 160 Bailey 

73 ~ Donovan Kate, cook R R Porter, r same 
C Q " Maggie, c, cook Dr G W Purefoy, r same 
'C " Mary S, (wid Phillip) r6 East 



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Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., J«°/*«-] 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I Aveillie. J 



60 Pattonl Prescriptions 

delivered 



promptly. 






DOO 207 DRA 

Doogan Miss Mary, r 174 Haywood 

Dorney Patrick C, book kpr James Loughran, r 65 Spruce 

Doroughty G M, lab, bds 97 Depot 

" M M, teamster, r 97 Depot h 

Dorsett Samuel T, teller 1st National Bank, rms 19 same p 

Dorsch A, blksmith, bds 79 N Main . -»«, 
Doster Henry, c, grocer 43 Hill and 73 Valley, r same (see ^q 

adv) ^p- 

Dougall Duncan, r 14 Grove 2 -s n 



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Miss Cynthia A, boarding, r Hillside Cottage, Sunset Drive $-qo 

" Miss Kate, r Hillside Cottage, Sunset Drive k —F 

Douglass Augustus, c, wks B Douglass, r same h p 

" Bryson, c, Cherokee medicine man, r 27 Maiden Lane y ^3 

•' Fred, c, porter R Longbottom |> 3 

" James, c, bellboy Swannanoa Hotel ^ 9 q 

" Luvinia, c, r 59 Brick H ^ 

Douly Robert, c, r 30 Brick W £ 

Downs John, c, lab, r 155 S Beaumont 

Downum Rev James M, pastor Bethel M E Church South, r 271 
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SHEVILLE . ■ ( Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
nVERTlSSNC < Control City Street Car Advertising. 
I r* cm^V ) Prepare and pjacf Newspaper Advertising 

flGcrJLY ■ ■ ■ ■ ^Contractors for Western North Carolina 

_X)owtan John A, elk freight depot Sou Ry, bds 12 Vance 
Doyle Mrs A B, r 136 Cumberland 
" James D, r 24 Montford ave 
Diake Miss Adele H, r 48 Spruce 
" Miss Carolee, r 48 Spruce 
" Edwin A, flagman Sou Ry, bds 48 Spruce 
" Jacob A, motorman, bds 24^ N Main 
" Joe E, r 48 Spruce 

" John R, (Drake & Meadows), condr Ashe St R R, bds 24^ 
N Main 
Drake Mrs Leah I, proprietress "The Reynolds", r 48 Spruce, 
(see adv) 
" Mary J, (wid W P), r 268 College 
" & Meadows, (J R Drake and J F Meadows) candies etc, S- 

241 N Main ^ m 

" Singleton F, (Owen & Co) r S Side ave 2 5 

Drakeford Alvin W, elk W U T Co, bds 51 S Main -■ fD 

" James, tel opr W U T Co, bds 88 N Main = m 

>rakeford James H, mgr Western Union Telegraph Office, S£ 3° 

bds ki S Main 3 

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THE CAROLINA WINE and UQU0H.ST0RES, ?Si$$8g&«J, 

Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and) A cTi^i7-i11<=> "NT O 
vicinity. Fkank O'JJonnell, Proprietor. J rib lit VI lie, IN. V^. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. 



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Drakeford Mrs L H, bds 88 N Main 

" Thomas H, opr W U T Co Kenilworth Inn, bds same 
Draughan Miss E A, art teacher, r in Merrimon ave 
Drechtler Martin L, bds 87 Bailey 
Drummond Miss Cora, r 99 College 

" Joseph, c, driver Asheville Ice and Coal Co, r 147 Poplar 
Dryman Miss Efhe, r Sycamore iste of Valley 
Drhumor Building", cor Patton ave and Church 
Dryman Edgar L, lab, r Sycamore 1st e of Valley 

" Mary, (wid Wm) r Sycamore 1st e of Valley 
DuBose James R, r 33 N Pine 

" Rev McNeely, rector Trinity Episcopal Church, r 68- 
Church 
Duckett Bros, (T M and J G) groceries 321 Haywood 

" Eugene, condr Elec st R R, bds 16 Buttrick 

" James G, (Duckett Bros) bds 16 Buttrick 

" John, carp, bds 16 Buttrick 

" Leah, c, cook 39 French Broad ave, r same 

" Leon, motorman Elec Car Co, bds 16 Oakdale ave 

" Thomas B, carp, r 16 Buttrick 

" Thomas M, (Duckett Bros) bds 16 Buttrick 



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Fine Beef, Mutton, 
Game in season. 
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Lamb, Veal, Pork. 
Phone 66. 



Duckworth Wm J, carp, r 328 Short Bailey 

Duffey Mollie, c, cook M H Phillips, r same 

Duffield Mrs Sarah, r 124 Haywood 

Dufey Joseph, c, lab, r 90 Eagle 

Dugin Grant, c, lab, bds 34 Lexington ave 

Dukes Edward S, night elk Berkeley Hotel, rms 33 Short 

" Miss Mary L, r 33 Short 

" Miss Susan C, teacher Monlford graded school, r ^^ Short 

" Thomas C H, bk kpr Battery Park Hotel, r 33 Short 
Dumery Addie, c, laund, r 22 S Side ave 
Duncan Add, dyer Asheville cotton mills, r N Hall 

" Anderson F, carp, r 37 Short 

" Dallas, wks Sou Ry, rms 510 W Haywood 

" Miss Emily E, r N Hall 

" Jesse, dyer Asheville cotton mills, r N Hall 

" Miss Jessie, domestic C B Leonard, r same 

" John, wks Ashe cotton mills, r N Hall 

" John, r N Hall 

" Miss Lettie, seamstress, r N Hall 

" Miss Margaret S, laund, r N Hall 

" Miss Mintie C, r N Hall 



line of A IAIN Ulb cHlCl UHIjAjN lb 011 easy installments, at 

FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



Real Estate 

# Renting 

W. N. ROUNDY, 

54 Patton Ave.. Opposite Post Office. 

Telephone 290 Residence Beaumont Hill 



IK. B- — 'When times are better, I^eal Estate 
will be higher. Buy early if you would buy lew. 






WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.J 60Patton ]*«f-. 

"I A.-onno [ and IVttiimeiv 
Pharmacist and Chemist. I fl - veuue ' ) always unhand 

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Duncan Nina, c, wks Asheville steam laundry, r 141 Valley •-*■ ©" 

" Oscar, dyer Ashe cotton mills, r N Hall a 

" Miss Rebecca J, laund, r N Hall ~ ^ 

" Rowena wks Ashe cotton mills, r N Hall » ju 

" Samuel, r, lab, r Dixontown j^_ 

" Miss Sarah R, sample maker, r N Hall 

" Sarah, c, r end Depot ttssra 

—Dunham Harry A, (Hough & Dunham) r 3 Park Place aS 
^JDunn Mrs Elsie E, (wid Alfred) propr South Kensington Art 

School, r 103 Montford ave — B 

" Miss Lula, r 103 Montford ave b 

Dunn WmL, physician in charge Wmyah Sanitarium Labora- 

tory, r same S&S 

-Durham Augustus C, with J B Bostic Co, r W Asheville S^i 

" Benjamin, driver Ashe Ice & Coal Co W^% 

" Berry, c, driver C E Moody, r 143 Depot !™3 

" Thorn is L, bk kpr Ashe Milling Co, r \V Asheville ^^ 

Dusenbury Rev Charles B, c, pastor Calvary Presbyterian Church. BaE S 

r 103 Eagle ^" 
Dye Allie, c, wks 40^ N Main, bds 23 Sorrel 
Dysard Mary, c, cook Miss L H Sturdivant, r same 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable In Cll T'P T1PO Johnston Building, 13 Court 

stock companies. lllOUiailUC. Square, Asheville, N. C. < 

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EVERYONE should give the Model Steam Laundry a trial be- =. §•* 
fore going elsewhere. Church street. &* p % 

Earle Elizabeth, c, cook R M Furman, r same 3* g 2. 

" Hattie V, c, teacher, r no Cherry , sj= 

" Houston E, c, porter Margo Terrace, r same f=. c 2 

Earls Anthony, c, eng wiper Sou Ry 
Earwood Miss Alice, r 34 Merrimon ave 

" Miss Bettie, r 134 Hill 

" Charles, painter, bds 34 Merrimon ave 

" Miss Mattie, r 134 Hill 

" Wm R, salesman W A Blair, r 99 Broad 
East Charles H, bds 139 Bailey 

" Miss Edna E, r 139 Bailey 

" Miss Ida L, r 139 Bailey 
Eaton John H, plasterer, r 142 Hill 

" Samuel E, yard foreman Ashe Woodwking Co, bds 146 Hill 

" Wm, deliveryman Jarrett Bros, bds 13S Hill 
Ebbs J A, car repairer Sou Ry 
Echols Henry, c, laund, r 27 Hildebrand 
Edgeton John, c, lab, r 246 College 

'• Thomas, c, lab, r 6 Gray 

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Medium and Upper Oracles of Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Satin*. Vel- 
vets, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Corsets, Embroideries, I-aees, etc. 

H. REDWOOD &. CO., 7 and 9 Patton Avenue, 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. I n - vcl ! J work. 

EDM 210 EPP 

Edmons Feelas, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery near 
same 

" Laura, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery near same 
Edwards Wm M, teacher, bds 8 Av'ery near cotton mills 
Eggleston Joseph D, SuptCity Schools, office city hall, r 14 

Starnes ave 
Ellege Frank, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills r 9 Green 

" Ellege Henry, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 9 Green 

" Ida N (wid J W Ellege), r 9 Green 

" James F, wks cotton mills, bds 9 Green 

" John, wks cotton mills, bds 9 Green 

" Minnie, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 9 Green 

" Wm H, wks cotton mills, bds 9 Green 
Elliotte E E, mem Hook and Ladder Co A F D 
Elliott Hannah, c, laund, r S Grove near Phillips 

" Mary A, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r38 W Haywood 

" Mary E Mrs, r 23 Penland 
Ellis Charles H, condr St Ry Co, bds 67 N Main 

" Edward A. night watchman St Ry Co, bds 6$ N Main 

" J E, painter, bds i6£ N Main 

" Nichols, merchant, bds 74 Grove 



Candies. 



A big stork Fruits. Candies, Stationery, 
Cigurs and Tobacco, at 
ALLEN'S Fruit and Cigar Store, 

Opposi.e Poht-i Mice. 

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CC ri ) Ellison Charles, c, waiter Mrs L E Freeman, r same 

3 f " Lawson, c, lab, r 381 S Main 

£ [ " Lula Miss, r 22 Brick 

Z ^ Elmore Cora, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 55 Spring 

OS "j " John M, driver Asheville Ice and Coal Co, r 55 Spring 

P $ " Lula Mrs, boarding 55 Spring 

" Minnie Miss, sorter Mod Steam Laund, r 55 Spring 

Q J, H Else Henry, hostler Biltmore yards, r 124 Depot 

Z§ ^ El Unico, H Grossman prop, C C Sulzner mgr, 11 Patton ave 

^2m Ely George W, bds 53 W College cor Haywood 

j « " Harry, student, bds 53 VV College cor Haywood 

^ < ^ Emanuel Clara Miss, stenographer, r 147 N Main 
Z § A " Fannie Miss, r 147 N Main 
D I H " Isador, elk Mod Steam Laund, bds 147 N Main 
IE I hj " Nathan, wholesale commission, r 147 N Main 

*" h Empire Stables (White, Phillips & Co), G M McDowell mgr 76 

-> b S Main 

v England Edward, c, lab, r 181 S Beaumont 

q Ennis Hattie, c, starcher Ashe Steam Laund, r 27 Spruce 

O \ Epps Lou, c, laund, r rear 150 S Pine 
J a) n Martha, c, nurse, r rear 150 S Pine 

ASHEVILLE STEA3I LAUNDKY, 

Telephone 95. 43 WES T COLLEGE S TREET, 



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60 Patton 1 ftundries, 
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EQU 211 EVA 

Equitable Life Assurance Society of U S, Gay M Williams agt, rm 

4 First Natl Bank b'dg 
Erry Sallie (wid Louis F), r 136 Bailey 
■Erwin Alice Miss, teacher, r 20 Bearden ave 
" Delilah, c, cook H C Hunt, r same 
" Hannah Miss, clerk, r 20 Bearden ave 
" J Bulow, depty elk criminal court, r 351 S Main 
" J Landin, elk Gay Green, bds 146 Roberts 

•• Julia, c, laund, Battery Park Hotel Jj* 

" Leander M, clerk, bds 20 Bearden ave 

Laurah, c, r 41 S Pine ff 

L Marable, elk Grant's Pharmacy, bds 20 Bearden ave *W± 

Erwin Marcus (Tucker, Murphy & Erwin), lawyers, bds 20 ^** 
Bearden ave 
Marcus Mrs, r 20 Bearden ave r __ 

McDuffie, c, drayman, r 41 S Pine s 

Mary A Miss, r 351 S Main cd 

Nannie T Miss, r 351 S Main — • 

Robert, condr Sou Ry, bds 201 South Side ave 3 -5 

Samuel, driver Gay Green, bds 146 Roberts ° m O 

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Sarah, c, cook G W Tilson, r same ^ 



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HAW.>La l\ H I LiljO, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N.C. =P 

Contractors for Putlic Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. m ^ Zf 

&g- Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 25 2 

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Erwin Wm, c, lab, r rear 57 Cherry — ^ 

Estes P D, condr Sou Ry, bds 144 Park ave — ■ < 

Etter Wm M, carp, r 40 N Main cca = 

Eury Charles K, elk S O Smith & Co, r 5 Grreen i° _ 

" Sallie, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 38 W Haywood ju 

" Sallie Mrs, r 38 W Haywood "g 

Evans Agnes, c, nurse Dr Ambler, r S Beaumont ~* 

" Charles, tobacco mfg 8 Buttrick, r 98 Bailey s " ' 

" Charles, letter carrier P O, r 34 Hill g> 

" Edward, c, driver, r 215 S Beaumont ="* 

" Edward J, student, r 19 Ann i? 

" Eliza, c, r 77 Mountain S ** 

" Elizabeth (wid James E), r 44 W Haywood g g. 

" Florence T Miss, r 205 Bailey 5T o» 

" George, c, lab, r 36 Brick ^ **■ 

" Hessie Miss, r 205 Bailey ~ ^ 

" H A, c, station hand Sou Ry ||: jj|" 

" Jesse, c, driver, r 7 Catholic ave 

Evans John S (Beaver & Evans), architects, n Church, bds 

Arcadia Hotel 

" Julia Miss, r 55 French Broad ave 



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When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER a~d BR4NDIES, call at 

iq North Main Street, 

7 and 7M? West College Street, 
'J FRANK O'DONNELL. Propr. 



vv lieu yuu neeu uniy 111c uesi unit, iinurxti, 

The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores, 






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Pharmacist and Chemist. 1. -rvNtuut;. J in Prescriptions. 

EVA 212 • FAN 

Evans Louis, c, fireman Ash St Ry Co 

" Solomon, c, janitor Catholic Hill school, r Mountain near 



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" Solomon G, c, green grocer, stall 5 Central mkt 
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Everett House, James B Seigler prop, 122 Patton ave (see 

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Everhart Nelly, student, r 13 Broad 
Everhart Phillip E, carriage and wagon manufacturer and 

repairer 26 College, r 13 Broad (see card) 
Ewing J Edward, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, bds 33 W Haywood 
" Marietta, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 33 W Haywood 
Mary, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r ^^ W Haywood 
Ollie L, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, bds t,^ W Haywood 



*S ^ Ezell Henry, c, r 40 S Main 
guj L ' dry, Church St. 



C£ " Rachael C, (wid E N), r 33 \V Haywood 



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APPUiTPPT PARAGON BUILDING. Eight vears with 
AnunULUli the late Mr. R. M. Hunt. 

5 Six years Resident Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 

C^ Fagg E S, steward Kenihvorth Inn. r same 

" Henry C, capt Hose Co, A F D, r 156 N Main 

" Jane L, (wid Col J A), r 61 Central ave 
FairTMiss Flora E, r 73 Montford 
Fain Nathaniel W, letter carrier, taxidermist, r 73 Montford, 

(see card) 
Fair Felix, c, lunch room 273 Haywood, r same 
Fakes Bithaniel R, (Slayden, Fakes & Co), r 57 Spruce 
Falk Miss Bertha, r 50 Blanton 

Falk Casimir, prop Falk's Music House, Drhumor bldg, 48 
Patton ave, r 50 Blanton 

" Miss Josie, r 50 Blanton 
Falk's Music House, C Falk prop, 48 Patton ave, Drhumor 

bldg, (see bottom margins) 
Falls Wm, c, lab, r 69 Roberts 
Fanning Fannie, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 1S5 Avery 

" Frank, trav, bds 37 French Broad ave 

" H, elk Sou Express Co, bds Hotel Pisgah 

" Mrs H S, r 9 Short 

" Mamie, spinner Ashe cot mills, r 185 Avery 

" Marie, spinner Ashe cot mills, r 1815 Avery 

lh{sc %\l^or^ir^l XX^ FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE 

Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-th ; rd discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., 



HO Pnftoii "l Pocket Books, 
' Card Cases. 



A vpiiup f A fl,H liueof 
riiiira«i-.<-isi and Chemist. I ix ' cuuc ' J Leather Goods 



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Fanning Wm W, mechanic, r 185 Avery a-. § °- 

Fannon Sarah Miss, r 212 Avery = ™ % 

Fant Ephraim C, day elk Battery Park Hotel, r same 
Farinholt Leroy A, Real Estate and Notary Public, room 24 
Temple Court, 49 Patton ave, r 48 Spruce, (see bottom 
margins) 
Fallow Albert, wks Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr Sou Ry 

" Pollie, weaver Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr Sou Ry 
Farmer Miss Elsie, dressmkr Mrs A M Jacobs, r 29 S Alain 

" Manson J, sec hand Sou Ry, bds 184 Avery 
Farnsworth James, c, helper C A Reese, bds 35 Hill 
Farr Ella, c, laund, r 22 Madison 

" Josephine, c, laund, r 25 Hildebrand 

" Wm, electrician, bds 122 Patton ave 
JEarrar Alexander J, tobacconist, r 47 Montford ave 

" Wm H, bds 47 Montford ave 
Farrell Joseph G, asst bkkpr Ashe Cot mills, bds 146 Roberts 

" John H, farmer, r 30 W Haywood 

" Miss Maggie, wks Ashe Cot mills, bds 146 Roberts 

" Ralph R, wks Ashe Cot mills, bds 146 Roberts 

" Miss Thessa, wks Ashe Cot mills, r 146 Roberts 

Visitors fl^^-.,-! R«**L C*««»#% For FOOKS. 

should IfOgSrS DQOK MOre STATIONERY and 

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Farrell T L, wks Ashe Cot mills, r 146 Roberts 

Fasset Jiles, c driver J C Brown, r same 

Fawney Fannie L, c, cook, r 68 Eagle 

Feamster Annie, c, wks B P Hotel, r 38 Hildebrand, 

Feamster Janie, c, cook, r 326 Patton ave 

" Samuel, c, fireman Sou Ry, r 38 Hildebrand 

Featherston A A, (Hampton & Featherston) r 118 Woodfin 

" Ambrose A, elk, bds 346 Haywood & &^ 

" Miss Blanche, r 346 Haywood %#*! 

" E Cam. collector \V A Boyce, bds 346 Haywood ^g 

" Mrs Fannie, prin Bailey St Graded School, r 101 Bailey = 

" Harriet L, (wid A A), r 346 Haywood cjo P* 

" Miss Lucile, r 1 (8 Woodfin ^ J 

" Mary E, (wid Wm), r 118 Woodfin §■ O 
" ^m-C, bookkpr Hampton & Featherston, r rear Sunset Park £~ X 

Fehramamm Miss Mattie, seamstress, r 15 Silver S ■ 

Felix Miss Bessie, r College, Baptist Parsonage ^, « 

" Joseph D, student, r College, Baptist Parsonage S ** 

" Rev J S, pastor First Baptist Church, r College, Baptist Par- =_ ■ 

sonage "Zl (p 

Felmit James B, printer, bds 67 College H - 

Hats, Caps, Men's. Furnishing^ ^ REDWOOD & CO., 



Goods, clothing, Wraps, Dry 

Goods, Shoes, etc J ONE PRICE STORE. 



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7 I ii-onno Pharmacist, and 
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FEL 214 * FIT 

Felthouse Antone F, plumber, r 76 Cherry 

Ferguson Wm, c, cook Sou Ry, r W Haywood nr old depot 

Fernandes Anderson, c, coachman, r rear 16 Short 

Fesperman A L, fireman Sou Ry, 

Few., see Few* 

Few Dora, c, nurse, r 326 Haywood 

" Harry, c, station hand Sou Ry 

" Wiley, c, wks E I Holmes, r same 
Fews Silvey, c, laund, r 41 Fulton 

" Thomas, c, driver, r Park Row 
Ficker Joseph, r 95 Haywood 

Field Arthur M, jeweler, Drhumor bldg, Patton ave cor 
Church, mis 15 S Main, (see back cover) 

" Charles P, carp, r 38 Short 
Fields Wesley J, c, driver H C Johnson, r rear 39 Depot 
Figgins Ellen, c, chambermaid Swannanoa Hotel 
Filmur Jacob, wks Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr same 
Finch Alonzo B, elk Rice & Morris, bds 19 Rector 

" Miss Emma L, r 19 Rector 
Fincher Addie, c, cook E E Elliott, r 141 Poplar 
Finestein Samuel, clothing, 22 N Main, bds 14 S Spruce 



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Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



Finlay Mrs Robert, r W Chestnut nr Cumberland ave 

" Louisa J, (wid Robert), r 22 Davidson 
Finley Robert H, elk Dr T C Smith, bds 68 College 
Finney Andrew, c, drayman, r 45 Hill 

First National Bank, W E Breese pres, W H Penland cash- 
ier, 1st Nat Bank bldg, S Ct Sq, (see miscellaneous) 
. First National Bank Building, South Court Square 
*fi Fisher George, c, wks Mrs S E McDowell, r same 
E " Harry L, confectioneries, 21 S Main, r same 
ij " John, bookkpr F O'Donnell, bds 174 Haywood 
L« " Miss Mary, wks Ashe Cot mills, bds 527 Pearson's ave 

" Sallie, c, servant Mrs W C Bestor, r same 
>» " Samuel J, physician, r 34 Starnes ave 
2 " Thomas L, ensjr Sou Ry, r 121 Depot 
m " Uriah D, (U D Fisher & Co), r 175 Woodfin 

" U D & Co, (U D Fisher, F A Smith), 5 and 10c store, 17 S 
£ Main 

O " Wesley, r, wks Empire Stables, r 136 S Pine 
Fitzgerald Andrew J, bds 16 Sorrel 
" Miss Dora, r 16 Sorrel 
" Miss Ella, r 16 Sorrel 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



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WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G. n 

' ' I Ax-on no fiuints, I x tracts 

lMiarmitt'ist an«l < Iiomist. I. A v ciiue. J and Soaps. 

FIT ' 215 FLE 5-1 g 

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Fitzgerald John, wks city, r 16 Sorrel £.^'" C 

" Win, painter, bds 16 Sorrel — 3 O 

Fitzpatrick Edward C, painter and paper hngr, bds 12 Central ave ' ~2^ 

" Miss Nannie, r 12 Central ave tjw o 

" Miss Pearl, r 12 Central ave 

" Robert L, painter and paper dlr, r 24 Orange 

" Rufo L, student, bds 24 Orange 

Fitzpatrick Thomas W, paints, oils, glass, wall paper and o ?§. 

painters supplies, $?> ^ Main, tel 156, r 12 Central ave »° ^ 



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Fitzsimons Wm, carp, r 63 Charlotte 

Flack Cazzie, c, r 48 Mountain 

" Ida, c, maid Winyah Sanitarium, r 14 Hildebrand ' pj-°- 

" Mary, c, laund, r 48 Mountain " J § 

" Millie M, c, laund, r 95 West " 5 ' c ~ 

" Tiny, c, laund, r 14 Hildebrand ^mm 

" Wm, c, r 48 Mountain ^^1 

" W A, c, grocer 137 S Pine, r same ^^ 

Fleming Charles, c, driver, r 35 Hildebrand 

" U E, condr Sou Ry, bds Depot near Sou Depot ^__ 

" Elisha, c, porter G W Jones ^^ 

ASHEVILLE . . ( ^'censed Bill Posters and Distributors. ■ 
DVERTISINC - Control City Str»ef Car Advertising:. 
OCM^V 1 Pr**par« undplac »vi>pa|»er Advertising 



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Fleming Leanna H, c, cook C A Webb, r same 

" Lula, c, cook T W Penniman, r same 
Flemming Frank, c, lab, bds Revell's Row, rear 55 Depot 
Flemmings Mary Mrs, r 40 Short 

Flemming Robert, c, steward's helper Battery Park Hotel 
Fletcher Arthur, spinner Ashe cotton mills, r 527 Pearson's ave 

" Charles, spinner Ashe cotton mills, r 527 Pearson's ave 

" Clara, c, r 46 Mountain 

" Mrs Emily, trained nurse, r 167 Hill 

" Henrietta, c, cook 199 Haywood, r 46 Mountain 

" Jake, c, lab, r 46 Mauntain 

" Tohn, w ks Ashe cotton mills, bds 527 Pearson's ave 

" Joseph J, wks Ashe Street R R Co, r 64 Hall 

'• J M, painter, r 65 Hall 

" Katie, c, chambermaid, r 46 Mountain PI 

Fletcher Marshall H, physician, office 27 Patton ave, phone H ^ 

159, r 199 Haywood; r phone 43 Q) m 

" Miss Susan, r 34 Flint 2* F" 

" Walter, spinner Ashe cotton mills, r 527 Pearson's ave PI 

" Wm, c, hostler, r 250 S Beaumont (/) JQ 



THE GAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, %r£*! B <3K*»* 

Surplv seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with theii BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. I K»\u n liown l„ Proprietor. 



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I A VCD UC delivered to an 
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Prescriptions filled 
only by competent 
Pharmacists, and 



part of the city. 



£ FLO 216 FOS 



■5 Florio Caryl, director Biltmore church choir, rms 16 Maxwelton 
Ol k bldg 

FJournoy Robert L, c, Martin's Barber Shop, r 133 Poplar 



Q j= I Flower Mission Office, City Hall, Miss Mary G Collins secy 



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Floyd Mrs Catherine, r 45 W Haywoad 

H o £ " Elias, c, lab, r W Hill nr Maiden Lane 

c^ -c §• " Jomes, c, wks O D Revell, r S Grove nr Phillips 

>_ w w " Mary, c, laund. r 33 Eagle 

j q -l " Solomon, c, wks Wm H Jimison, r 2>Z Eagle 

> O o Foister Canada F, eng Ashe cotton mills, r 142 Roberts 

w OO Folsom Theodore C, eng Sou Ry, r 12 Jefferson's Drive 

•— % 5 Foller John J, merchant tailor 28 Patton ave, rms 10, 2d floor, 

x tu ^ Sondley bldg 

H2 I w Ford Alice, c, laund, r 26 Eagle 

m < I " Annie, c, laund, r W Hill nr Maiden Lane 

3 w A " Edward, r, bellboy Battery Park Hotel, r rear 113 Mountain 
" John, c, porter White G Smith, rms no Cherry 

J " Logan B, barber Hotel Berkely, r 53 College 

w - " Oliver, c, bellboy Battery Park Hotel 

O Fore Mrs Annie, r W Hill nr Maiden Lane 

* Foreman Josiah W, dentist Paragon bldg, r 88 N Main 

WUH LIU 3 D Pn f Steam Sausage Factory. 
. III. nILL & UU., j Clean and Wholesome. 

~£^ phone 66. ( Sausage, Bolognas and Puddings. 

££1 Forney Ann, c, cook Mrs H M Davidson, r same 
™ " James, c, wks Van GUder, r 250 College 

" Julia, c, laund, r 24 Clemmons 

" Thomas, c, wks Grant's Pharmacy, r 250 College 

" Wm, c, driver Baird Bros 
Forrestbery Matt, printer Asheville Daily Citizen 
Forster Miss Lillie M, r 50 Liberty 
■"^j Fort Phoebe, r 226 South Side ave 
UJ Fortune Miss Belle, saleswoman Palais Royal, r 28 S Main 

" Miss Delilah, milliner Palais Royal, r 28 S Main 

" Tiney, c, house girl 113 Haywood, rsame 
Foster Anderson L, carp, r 134 Hill 

" Ann, c, cook Mrs Laura Wainscott, r same 

" Arthur, c, butler Mrs C B Adams, bds same 

" Bettie, c, nurse J E Stevens, r same 

" Charles, c, driver Ashe cotton mills, r rear cotton mills 

" Charles, c, driver J V Sevier 

" Eliza, c, cook L Swicegood, r 193 S Main 

" Estelle, c, cook 24 Penland, r cor Walnut and Haywood 

" Etter, c, cook, r Cripple Creek 

" Fannie, c, laund, r 95 Mountain 

Btrin-'s, even the best, will break in ) £«![,'« PJnoin UnilPQ 
course of time. The freshest, clean- TCll ft O IflUolb fiUllOG, 
e.-t and beet stuck always at J 4t Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G„ 

rliuriiliiciMt ami < hciilist. 



\Q0 Patton 
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Every purchase deliv- 
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Foster Fillet H, grocer, 510 W Haywood, rms same 

" Frances M, genl grocer 276 N Main, r same 
Foster Frank S, grocer, 206 Depot, r 405 Bailey 

" George W, harness mkr, r 4 Madison 

Miss Georgia, domestic J A Marquardt, r 159 S Main 
Miss Gertrude, r 55 College 

: ' H Frank, deli very man McDowelll & Dalton, r Hazel town- 
ship 

" Lera, c, laund, r Dixontown 

" Lina, c, servant Mrs Carrie Mitchell, r same 

" Lucy, c, cook Miss N J Alexander, r same 

" John S, grocer, 216 S Side ave, r same 
Foster John W, c, grocer, 52 Mountain, r_ 70 Mountain 

" Joseph, r, lab, r 12 McDowell 

" Joseph E, elk F S Foster, bds 405 Bailey 

" Julia, c, laund, r 7 Sycamore 

" J Win, elk J S Foster, bds 405 Bailey 

" Mary, c, laund, r Dixon Town 

" Mary, c, r 70 Mountain 
Foster Robert P, train master Sou Ry, r 105 S Main 

" Samuel, c, lab, r 145 Poplar 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 



Thirty old, reliable 

stock companies. 



Insurance. 



Johnstou Building, 13 Court 

Square, Asheville, N. C. 



Foster Sis, c, r rear 278 S Beaumont 

" Thomas, carp, bds 328 S Bailey 

" V/m, c, wks Heinitsh & Reagan, r rear 5 W Chestnut 

" Wm, c, servant Miss N J Elexander, r same 

" W A, c, barber, r rear 27 Spruce 

" Wm M, farmer, r 405 Bailey 
Fowler Miss Blanche, r 28 Depot 

" Carrie, c, laund, r rear 150 S Pine 

" Charles, c, janitor Western Carolina Bank, r it Clemmons 

" Miss Corie, wks Ash Cot Mills, r Pearson ave 

" Daisey, c, laund, r rear 150 S Pine 

" Doctor J, porter Slayden, Fakes & Co, r 82 S Main 

" Hubert, wks Ash Cot Mills, bds Pearson ave 

" Jack, r, butler Ossie H Henry, r same 

" J B M, teamster, r Pearson ave 

" John, c, driver Dr J A Watson, r 11 Clemmons 

" Julius C, carp, r 512 West Haywood 

" Lawrence, painter T W Fitzpatrick 

" Nora, c, cook 23 Clayton, r same 

" Robert, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r Pearson ave 

" Mrs Sallie, r 42 Fulton 



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H. REDWOOD & CO, NO ?a^n 9 A,e. 

Clothing, Dry Goods. Small Wares, 

Fancy Goods, Shoes and Hats. 



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" Thomas, c, wks Ash St R R Co, r 11 Clemmons 
Fox Mrs CJ, bds Western Hotel 

" AS, weaver Ash Cot Mills 
Z Ja Frady Britton A, lab, r 327 S Main 

O w " Frank, apprentice plumber W A Boyce, r College 
£ h << John B, r 327 S Main 
<; I " Mrs Sarah E, r 226 South Sideave 

£L I " W L, motorman Ash St Ry Co 

^ " Wm, mortorman St Ry Co, bds 3 N Main 

•sf Francis Miss Irene, r 144 Park ave 

" Miss Maggie L, r 144 Park ave 

" Rachel, c, chambermaid, r 112 Cherry 

" Robert L, eng Sou Ry, bds 241 Park ave 

" Wm, carp, bds 79 N Main 

" Wm, carp, r 27 Short 

" Wm A, cabinet mkr W B Williamson & Co, bds 79 N Main 

" Wm C, carp, r 144 Park ave 
Frank Robert C, printer citizen office, r 10 Central ave 

" Wm C, printer Citizen office, r 10 Central ave 
Franks Wm, c, coachman Cullowhee House, Cumberland ave 









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WHO leSS 6 Pipes, etc.. at 

_ IIWI " WMI " ALLEN'S FRUIT AND CIGAR STORE, opposite P. 0. 

Franklin Hettie Miss, r 38 Davidson 

" James, c, musician, r 184 Phifer 
Fraser, see also /'raster and Frazier. 
Fraser Fred, c, cook B P Hotel, r 50 Eagle 
Frasier Harriet, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, 1-35 W Haywood 

" Henry, lab, r Pearson ave 

" J M, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r 35 W Haywood 

" John W, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 35 W Haywood 

" Lee, c, Steward's helper Battery Park Hotel 

" Sallie J Miss, r 202 Park ave 
Frazier, see also Fraser and Frasier. 
Frazier Hamilton E, chief elk Oakland Hgts, r same 

" James, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 206 Avery 

" Myra Miss, bds Pearson ave, near coal chute 
Freck, sir also Pricks. 
Freck Adolph, r 161 S Main 

" Dollie (wid F), r 4 McDowell 

" Ernest, elk, bds 161 S Main 
Freedman Benno, r 50 

Freeman Addie F Miss, cashier Singer Sewing Machine office, r 
12 Oakdale ave 

RINC UP TELEPHONE 95 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

•i3 WE3T COLLEG-E c-TZSEET. 



WHITE G. oMIIH, rlli UiJ °^ X [ Key WesVandDomestic, 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. 



60Patton)FINE CIGARS, 

> Key West and J 
Avenue, j always on hand. 



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Freeman Bailey B, RR postal clerk, r 94 Depot 

" Edward, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 32 W Haywood 

" Ernest E, student, bds 94 Depot 

" George W, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 32 W Hayw r ood 

" Gertrude Miss, elk Sumner & Co, bds 64^ S Main 

" Mattie, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 32 W Haywood 

Freeman L E Mrs, boarding 64-i S Main (see card) 

" Minnie A Miss, bkkpr Singer Sewing Machine Co, r 12 

Oak Dale ave 
" Nannie Miss, r 64^ S Main 

Freidenberg H & Co (H Freidenberg and C J Konigsberg), 
clothing, jewe ry and musical instruments, 26 N Main 
(see card) 

Freidenberg Harry (H Freidenberg & Co) bds 14 Spruce 

French Bakery, W A James Jr prop 51 College 

Fricks, see also Freeh. 

Fricks Levi T, grocer 529 W Haywood, r same 

Friedman Jacob, r 147 Bailey 

Fritz Katie Miss, r 355 Haywood 

Froneberger Rufus, elk W L Shope, r 41 Spruce 

Frost Herbert M, jeweler A M Field, bds 139 Bailey 

W Af2\FK A- WIT.T.Sl builders and contractors. 

TIAUllIill iV IT 1UUO) Office 3 2& 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 

«®= Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

Fry H A, painter, r rear 108 East j^^f 

Frydayjuhn, c, driver Dr M H Fletcher, r 199 Haywood cpg 

" Susan, c, laund, r Avery near Sou Ry J** 

" Virgil, c, fireman r Avery near Sou Ry 
Fugh John, c, wks Oaks Hotel 

Fulbrecht Thomas Oscar, solicitor C W Stikeleather's Stables, bds 
47 S French Broad ave 

" Zora Miss, r 47 French Broad ave 
Fullam Alberta W, r 53 College 
Fullam Fannie Miss, proprietres "The Aldine," 53 College 

(see adv) 
Fullam John S, grocer 1 1 Pine, mem Hook and Lad Co A F D, 
r 45 N Pine 

" Julia Miss, ladies' attendant Dr R H Reeves, r Aldine 

" Lelia Miss, r 53 College 

" Leland, city fire department, bds 53 College 

" Lucy Miss, r 53 College 
Fullenwider Alice, c, chambermaid Hotel Berkeley 

" Carrie, c, laund, r 140 Church 
Fuller George, c, lab, r 381 S Main 

" Lizzie F Mrs, dressmaker, r 249 Grove 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ;fi^^!Ss tre e t , 

Distillers' Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' Ryes, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. I' It A Mi <nxt>\i;i,l, s Proprietor. 





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Pharmacist ami Chemist. ( -"-^ eillie. J 



Prompt, polite and 
pleasant attention given 
to customers. 



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S Fullmore Jacob, eng Sou Ry, bds cor Roberts and Buxton 

_i Fulhvood Cora, c, cook Mrs C C McCarty, r same 

e»= Furgison Bilda, c, laund, r Peach Row 

fs z Furman Carrie Miss, r 101 College 

cj " George B, r 101 College 
~ " Robert M, State auditor, r 101 College 

G5 " Robert M Jr, r 101 College 

tfi Fuse Frank, c, wks Brown Bros livery stables, r 34 Lexington 

O TO THE Model Steam Laundry ; consider its work ; be 
wise, and give it your patronage, Church street 

J\ i Gaddis Kissiah, c, r 157 Curve 
lijp Gage Clarence M, bds 137 Bailey 
^^* " Edna K Miss, r 137 Bailey 

< > " Frank, lab, r 102 Short Bailey 

""* Gaither Annie, c, cook 188 Woodfin, r 181 S Beaumont 
^^* " Emma, c, trained nurse, r rear 36 Depot 

^O " James, c, car cleaner Sou Ry, r 181 S Beaumont 

Jane, c, laund, r rear 52 Mountain 

Jennie, c, laund, r rear 127 Broad 

John W, c, carp, r 36 Depot 

RQ QMITI4 ARCHITECT, 
I ^J 1 O III I III Six years Resident Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 



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CD 1% C\ AlllTII ADPUlTCPT PARAGON BUILDING. Eight vears with 

inUnilLUl, the late Mr. R. M. Hunt, 
ix years Resident Architect for G. W. Var 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



& Gaither Kinney, c, waiter Winyah Sanitarium, r same 

2 '•' Massie, c, r rear 52 Mountain 

•5 " Rufus Rev, c, r 183 Poplar 

W x " Wm, lab, r rear 36 Depot 

£2 2 Galbraith Seaborn J, freight agt Sou Ry, bds bey limits 

^ Gale Pearl Miss, student Asheville Female College, r Cumberland 

- '. ave n w cor Bearden 

© £j Gallaid Allen G, c, waiter Oaks Hotel, r 78 Mountain 

«j H Gallegher Thomas, foreman tin dept McPherson & Clark, r 50 

"g H Bailey 

2 © Ganaway B, c, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfg, r 36 Clayton 

ft S! " Samuel, c, wks D S Hildebrand, r 36 Clayton 

,52 & " Rilla, c, cook VV E Wolfe, r same 

j Gano Catherine M Miss, boarding, proprietress Margo Terrace, r 



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^* Gant Lizzie Miss, saleslady Bon Marche, r 74 Bailey 

Garden A S, c, lab, r 98 Baird 
A Gardner George W, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 124 Roberts 
" Geo Mrs, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r 24 Roberts 
© " Mariah, c, laund 

j- " Mary, c, srvt Cain House, r same 

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Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio- ] Cq||/'q MllClP HnilOQ 
lins, a complete line. One price only, rTCl 1 1\ O IllUolu nUUoC, 

and that the lowest known, at ' ) ispation avesiue. 



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ffnllL Oi OTlMn, rill Um |- complete in every re- 

Pbarmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 

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GAR 221 GES S" § 

Garman LaFayette, c, lab, r 92 Gudger >zb > 

Garner Mike, c, lab, r S Beaumont *"*&§ 

Garrard P Clifton, optician A M Field, rms 17^ S Main c 5* 

Garren, see also Garrin - re " H 

Garren Charles O, florist, r 105 Depot ?* § 

" Eliza A (wid T J), r 3 Spruce J^_, 

" Luther D, electrician West Ashe Imp Co, bds 3 Spruce 

" Wm M, carp, r 165 S Main MM 

Garrett Alfred, c, lab, r rear 150 S Pine 

" Fannie, c, nurse, r 180 Pine 

" James, c, waiter Epicurean restaurant, r 13 Peach Row 

John (r, c, minister, r 1S0 S Pine mJ] 

" Retter, c, laund, r rear 423 Short Bailey 

" Robert U, 34 Patton ave, r Victoria 
Garrin, see also Garren. ^3 

Garrin Charles, lab, bds 330 Bailey 

" Furman, lab, bds 330 Bailey 

" J R, wks Dr S Westray Battle, r 330 Bailey 

" Lee A Miss, r 330 Bailey 

" Lonnie, bds 330 Bailey 
Garrison Barry, c, waiter, r 31 Hildebrand 

Rogers' Book Store Is m %£^™ FIND 

Garrison Fulton W, carp, r 22 Holland 

" Henry H, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 45 Avery near 

Sou Ry *" 

" Wm, bkkpr W O Wolfe, bds 37 French Broad ^ 

Garvin Ora F Miss, wks Kenilworth Inn, r same 2 

Gash Flora M Miss, r 81 Merrimon ave g; 

Gass Wm C, tinner W A Boyce, r 24 Montford 3 

Gates Alice F Miss, ^05 College ~ « 

" Edward F, plumber J R Rich & Son, r 305 College g" f\ 

" Geddings H, appr J R Rich & Son, bds 305 College 3. »4 

" Mary C (wid J Wm), r 305 College co (/» 

Gattling J W, student, bds 79 N Main » I 

Gaze John, plasterer, r 95 Hillside r* I 

Gee Harry M, lumberman, r French Broad t S* 
Gentry G C, teamster, bds 193 Patton ave * 

" Henry B, wks Cotton mills, r 387 W Haywood 5> 

" Joel, elk J B Ingle & Co, r Cumberland ave nr Bearden pS 

" M V, (J B Ingle & Co), r Cumberland ave ^ 
Gerstle Henry, salesman R Levy & Son, r 120 French Broad ave f^ 

Gess John H, r 42 Bailey m 

Gest Robert, c, porter Duck Town R R, r 161 Avery " 



TRUSTWORTHY SHOES from such 
jakers as ZIEGLER. BA 
VOOD. PACKARD & E 

&8~ One price system. 



makers as ZIEGLER. BANISTER, HEY- ] TT 1?<h1mOO<! & CO.. 
\VOOD. PACKARD & EWALD. f ±A -* **VUHVUU %M> \J\J») 

) 7 and 9 PATTON AVENUE. 

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WHITE G. SMITH, PhJJ" 60 /**™^!^,^ 

Pharmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. ) for the Teeth. 

GHE 222 GIL 

Gherkin Alfred, pressman Ashe Daily Citizen, r rear 261 Chestnut 

" Allen, foreman Citizen office, r rear 261 Chestnut 
Gibbs Alfred L, c, butler 24 Grove, bds Revell's Row, rear 55,. 
Depot 

" Fred E, c, barber T C Hamilton, r 8 Bay 

" George W, c, enj wiper Sou Ry 

" Hannah, c, cook N P Chedester, r same 

" Hannah, c, C O Webber, r same 

" Miss Haysie, r 95 Woodfin 

" James, c, wks Ashe Ice & Coal Co 

" Samuel, c, lab, r 86 Southside ave 

" Wm, c, wks B P Hotel, r 8 Bay 

" Wm, c, lab, r Revell's Row rear 55 Depot 
Gibson Annie, c, laund, r rear 278 S Beaumont 

" Rev Borden, c, r 181 S Beaumont 

" Miss Carrie, r Mountain n w cor S Pine 

" Emmie, c, cook 58 Haywood, r same 

" George, c, well digger, r 85 Clemmons 

" Henry, c. lab, r rear 278 S Beaumont 

" John, c, lab, r 162 S Beaumont 

" Marcus, c, lab, r 288 Clemmons 



; CAROLINA COAI , C0 - 



Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144- 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



Gibson Stephen, c, lab, r rear 278 S Beaumont 

" Wm, c, lab, r rear 278 S Beaumont 
Gideon Mrs Nannie J, dress maker, r 37 East 

" Oliver, gardener, r 37 East 
Giles Benjamin, c, lab, r 18 McDowell 

" Ida, c, laund, r Avery nr Depot 
Gilham Alice, r rear 150 S Pine 
Gilkey Edward P, drug elk Heinitsh & Reagan, rms 44 Patton ave- 

" James G, salesman H Redwood & Co, rms 44 Patton ave 
Gillam Mack, spinner Ashe Cot mills 
Gilland James S, carp, r 165 McDowell 

" M E, wks Ashe Steam Laundry, r 165 McDowell 
Gillard Carrie, c, chambermaid, r 192 S Pine 

" Wm, c, waiter, rms S Main 
Gillespie Link, c, lab, r 10 McDowell 

" MissSallie, r 88 Charlotte 
Gilliam Andrew J, carp, r 30 McDowell 

" Samuel, c, lab, r 112 Roberts 
Gilliard Alley, c, waiter Oaks Hotel 
Gillis Calvin, lawyer, r 57 Cherry 

" Calvin Jr, student, bds 57 Cherry 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 






WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6., («o"*»l 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. Avenue. J 



Prescriptions 

delivered 

promptly. 



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GIL 223 GOL 

Gillis Donald, lawyer, bds 57 Cherry 

" Miss Waddell, r 57 Cherry 
Gilmore John, c, waiter Kenil worth Inn, r 68 McDowell 
Gilreath Cleveland H. boarding house, r 15 Depot 

" Mitchell, elk, bds 15 Depot 

" Wm P, elk D Gross, bds 15 Depot 
Girdwood Norman W, bicycles, res 47 Walnut 
Gist John, c, wks 26 Montford, r same 

" Robert, c, brakeman Sou Ry 
Glanton Benjamin, c, cook D Gross, r rear 19^ S Pine 
Glascow John W, c, head waiter Battery Park Hotel, r 200 S Main 

" Mariah, c, r rear 137 S Pine 
Glaser Mrs E V, proprietress Mountain Cottage, r same 

" Isadore W, (Glaser & Silber), r 24 Davidson 

" Miss Josephine, r Mountain Cottage 

" & Silber, (I W Glaser and S Silber), 34 S Main 
Glass Charles, saddler J M Alexander, r 79 N Main 

" Ruth, (wid David Glass), domestic 5 Flint, r same 
Glassby Julia, r Madison 
Glaze D M, conf 100 Patton ave, r 33 Depot () 

ASHEVILLE . . ( Incensed Bill Posters and Distributors. /*-v 

DVERTISINC 1 Control City Street Car Advertising. ( J 

rcN^V I Prepare and place Newspaper Advertising ^-^ 
liblil/T ■ « ■ « v. Contractors tor Western North Carolina 

Glen Rock Hotel, John H Lange mngr, Depot opp Sou Depot 
Glenn Alexander H, salesman H Redwood & Co, bds French ^> 
Broad ave * "^ 

" Bros, (M S & R B), grocers, 42 N Main ~^? 

" Eli R, carp, r 9 Rollins ^ 

Glenn Eugene B, physician & surgeon, tel 54, rms over West- 
ern Carolina bank j*j 
" George G, c, delivery C S Wallace, r 58 Cumberland ave 5 
" Joseph, c, lab, bds 416 N Main [j: 
" Marion S, (Glenn Bros groceries), r outside city p 
11 Robert B, (Glenn Bros), grocer, r 22 Central ave W 
Goetz Richard, cabinet mkr Carolina Wook Wkg Co, r 36 Depot *0 
Goins Prince A, c, barber 66 S Main, r 213 S Beaumont t/3 
Goldberg Charles, salesman M Swartzberg, bds 56 Spruce § 
Golden Fannie L, (wid D S), r 178 Avery 5. 
" Joseph E, lab, bds 178 Avery 



Miss Sarah, r 178 Avery as 

roldsmith Columbus, keeper Swannanoa Ice Co, r Biltmore 5* 

Felix L, mgr Baltimore Clothing and Shoe Co, r 50 Penland ^ 

Franklin P, detective, r 73 Hall % 

James H, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r 73 Hall % 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, K^SSSS.*-*. 

Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and ) A C T, OTr i11<» XT O 
vicinity. Fkank O'Donnell, Proprietor. / -rVbilcVllic, IN . V^. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., \ 60 4 Patton \ PrC"* 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. Avenue, j | ni,4Powdei 



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S.-S2SS GOL 224 GOO 

c|cg Goldsmith John W, spinner Ash Cot Mills, bds 73 Hall 

I 05 !© " Julia, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r 73 Hall 
" Mark E, carp, r 36 Spring 
" Miss Stella L, r 75 Orange 
" Mary, c, cook 205 Woodfin, r same 
" Wm W, watch mkr 19 S Main, bds 75 Orange 
" Wm W Jr, wks W W Goldsmith, bds 75 Orange 
-Goldstein David J, mgr Collateral Loan office, 46 S Main, r Edge 
■t Hill ave, cor Atkin 

9 Golightly Chris, c, wks D S Hildebrand's brick mfy, r 133 S Pine 

13 " Wm, c, wks D S Hildebrand's brick mfy, r 133 S Pine 

19 Golman Young, c y driver Edward Sevier 

^B rt Gooch Mrs Mary, boarding 146 Roberts 
■ " Melvin W, book agt, bds 146 Roberts 

" Thomas J, ice eng Ash Ice and Coal Co, bds 146 Roberts 

■g f] " Wm, r 146 Roberts 

^■i P] Goodlake Augustus M, carp, r 33 East 

BE h " Ellen S, (wid Thomas G), r 33 East 

l*J p> " Martha J, dress mkr, r 195 S Main 

■™ j., " Miss Sudie A, tailoress J J Foller, r 195 S Main 

^" Goodlaw Charles, c, 2d cook Oaks Hotel 



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Fine Hams, Breakfast Bacon, 
Smoked Tongues and Lard. 

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C/D Goodlet Gus, c, lunch peddler 34 Maiden Lane, r same 
T~ " Hattie, c, cook Mrs Leah I Drake, r same 

<-^ Goodlet Lucy, c, cook, r Dixon Town 
^^ " Robert, c, lab, r Dixon Town 

^^ Goodman Adolphus M, r 14 Ann 

" Paul M, machinist Sou Ry, r 144 Hill 
Goodrum Columbus, c, wks Wiley B Brown's livery stables, r 133 
NMain 

" Cordie, c, laund, r 116 Cherry 

" Hattie, c, laund, r 52 Madison 

" Robert, c, lab, r 54 Madison 

" Sandy A, c, driver J V Brown, r 45 Patton ave 

" Waites, c, farmer, r 52 Madison 
Goodson Charles, wks Ash Cot Mills, r Avery near cotton mills 

" Miss Carrie, wks Ash Cot Mills, r 120 Roberts 

'' Emma, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r 120 Roberts 
"ZZ " Miss Etta, wks Ash Cot Mills, r 120 Roberts 

^» " Fannie, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r 120 Roberts 

Q3 " John, r 120 Roberts 

" Joseph P, elk H Redwood, bds 122 Patton ave 

" Mollie, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r 120 Roberts 



PIANOS and ORGANS 



line of A 1jT\11 v/O dilvt V/XWJIxTLl.1 t«J on easy installments, at 

FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.,( 60Patton !-Sr-. 

' '1 \«w,i.iw. I and Perfumery 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I Avenue. J always onhand 

GOO 225 GRA 



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Goodson Wesley, wks Ash Cot Mills, bds 120 Roberts 

" Wm, wks Ash Cot Mills, r 45 Avery near Sou Ry © ® 

Goodwin Henry, c, butcher J Wolfe Meat Co r" *< 

Gordon James, tailor D R McKinnon, r Pisgah Hotel 



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Jennie Miss, r Oak S E cor'Woodfin 

" Mamie, c, r 198 S Main 

" Thomas E, tobacconist, r 47 Montford ave 

" Wm, c, servant H F Grant, r same 
Gorrell Logan F, bkkper Cotton Mills, r 29 Buxton 
Goss Frederick, sausage-maker James Wolfe Meat Co 
Gossett Fair, c, bell-boy Oaks Hotel 

" Robert A, eng Ash Ice and Coal Co, r 197 Roberts 
Goudlock Mary, c, cook, r 170 Church 
Gould Adeline Miss, bds 31 Grove 
Gowan Burgess L, gardener, r 31 Buttrick fc^ 

" Caddie Miss, r 31 Buttrick CI 

" Pleasant L, gardener, r 31 Buttrick 'umA 

Grabau Wm F, professor of music, r 63 Spruce 'HmM 

Graddick Rosa, c, cook Mrs S Terry, r same >■ 

Grafton Frank W, expert carriage painter and sign writer 24 

College, r Arcadia Hotel (see card) | 9 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., =\f 

Thirty old, reliable InciiranPO Johnston Building, 13 Court *■« »' 
stock companies. lUDUIdUtC. Square, Asheville, N. C. _ --3? 
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Gragg Halbert L, collr Singer Sewing Machine Co, r 32 Bailey =». %*> 

Graham A L Mrs, Faith Mission, r 344 Bailey <« u £ 

" Cora, c, nurse R L Francis, r same 3* c2. 

" Charles E, cotton mfg, r 244 Chestnut So 

" Daniel, car cleaner Sou Ry ST |^ 

" Hilliard, c, eng wiper Sou Ry c5" £,!! 

" James J, brick-mason, bds 33 Merrimon ave ^ * 

" Janey, domestic W W West, r same ^ |© 

" John B, carp, r 33 Merrimon ave "3 5" 

" John R, real estate 43 Grove, r same S" »' 

" Joseph, c, lab, r W Hill nr Maiden Lane -r? "~ 

" Maggie, c, wks Ashe Steam Laundry, r Depot of 

" Melancthon B, baggage-master Sou Ry, r 200 Southside 2,§f 

ave cor Victoria ave ' 

" Nelly, cook J Hampton, r same j^ 

" Reuben H, student, r 200 Southside ave to 

Sallie, c, cook, r 170 Church c"3 7 

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Grahl Abraham S, farmer, r 2 View ^ § 

" Walter H, wks Ashe Ice and Coal Co, r 2 View *° • 

Grails John, carp, r Arcadia Hotel cd ** 

Grant Caroline S Miss, r 71 Liberty Co ■ 

^'^SSSSftSSS H. Redwood & Co., Nos. 7 & 9 Patton Ave. 

Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats and Shoes. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. I A\euue. j work . 

GRA 226 GRE 

Grant Doc, r, lab, r 20 Mountain 

" F Rogers, v pres Mustin-Robertson Co, rms Legal bldg 
Grant Hugh F, real estate, r 71 Liberty (see card) 

" Isaac, c, plasterer, r rear 56 Spruce 

" Louise S Mrs, r 99 College 

" M Rose Miss, r 71 Liberty 

" Nannie M Miss, r 71 Liberty 
Grant's Pharmacy, Penrose Baldwin mgr, 24 S Main 

" R F, grocer, r 194 Montford 

" Rufus M, conducr Ash R R, r 263 S Main 

" Wm B, shoemaker rear 449 Depot, r same 

" Wm, r Richard 
Graves Albert, prop Model Restaurant, r 99 Haywood 

" John F, trav, r 1 Highland 

" Jule Miss, r 99 Haywood 
Graves Mary Rose Mrs, boarding 99 Haywood (see card) 

' ; R F, trav, r 48 Spruce 

" Robert T, r, nurse, r55 Depot 

" Rosa B, c, servant Ingleside, r same 

" Sallie, c, r 6 Coal 
Gravnec Tillie Mrs, bds 158 Chestnut 

Fl CIGARS td TDMEG^^^«SSi^ 

K V Gray J B Mrs, r cor Cumberland and Chestnut 

2 " Henry, c, wks Col AT Davidson, r same 

t '. " Jennie B Miss, teacher Montford Graded School, r 2 Aston 

Z ft Place. 

K j " M Taylor, c lab, r 19 Catholic ave 

2 ^ Green Amos J, painter, r 29 Central ave 

" Barnard J, c, restaurant 165 S Main, res same 

Q Jj & " Bessie, c, wks Ashe Steam Laundry, r 136 Valley 

2§n " Betsie, c, laund, r Dixontown 

<Sy " EC,r, wks the Berkeley Stables 

M ^ " Emma, c, r rear 190^ S Pine 

id < hi " Gay, grocer 145 Roberts, r same 

Z§ A " Hattie, c, cook D D Suttle 

P I g " Jesse M, r cor Roberts and Buxton 

£ 1 fc " Lillie Miss, r 150 S Pine 

h << Luton, c, waiter Kenilworth Inn, r 344 S Main 
Matilda M Mrs, r 150 S Pine 



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^ " Pleasant, c, lab, r 337 Weaver 

O " Sallie Mrs, laund, r 314 Baptist Hill 

O P " Thomas H, private sec'y E P McKissick, bds Battery Park 

J ^ Hotel 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY. 

Phone 95. Near Post-offlce. 43 West College Street. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., fsoPattonj a 

Pliai -mttciM mill Chemist. (. AveUUC J ^J 



undries, 

oaps, 

ponges. 



GRE 227 GRI ^ 

-Green Theodore, c, head waiter Winyah Sanitarium, r same O 

^JJ Walter, cond'r Electric St. Ry, bds Western Hotel Z3 

" Wm A, stonemason, r 249 S Grove Q3 

Greenleaf Mattie, c, housegirl 82 Chestnut, r same Z3 

" Westley, barber T Logan, r Montford ave — f - 

Greenlee Ada, c, nurse, r2i Cumberland ave 

" Betsy, c, laund, r 9 Mountain ^^ 

■" Burke, c, barber 33 S Main, r 4 Madison QJ 

Xl Charles, c, hackman, r 23 Hill 2H2 

" Dollie, r, servant 13 Starnes ave "^ 

" Edward T, student, bds 157 Buxton Place CO 

"*' Emma, c, cook Woodlawn Cafe, r Lexington ave — ■* 

" George, c, agt house rent, r rear 157 Hill CD 

" Hannah, c, cook 102 Park ave, r rear same z^ 

" Harriet, r, r 89 Gudger i£ 

" Hattie, c, cook the Dawson House, r same 

" Helen, c, cook A B Sites, r same ^" 

-" James, c, wks Sou Ry, r rear 116 Roberts Z^2a 

■" James H, c, hackman, r 21 Cumberland ave *w^ 

" Jane, c, cook, r 88 Gudger **"^ 

" John, c, wks City Transfer Co, r 79 Valley - ^" 

WAfiNTVR Jfc WTTTiS builders and contractors, ^ 

Hi AWLlXiXi CV t! 1UUO) Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. (V) 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. r^^ 

«t«" Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. ' 

^Greenlee Luticie, c, r 21 Cumberland ave ""^P 

" Mary, c, r 33 Catholic ave ^*» 

" Mellie Rice Miss, r Buxton Place 157 Church __ 

" Minnie Mrs. r Buxton Place 157 Church 

" Minnie C Miss, r Buxton Place 157 Church 

il Rachael, c, r 157 Hill _•_ 

" Rufus A, c, waiter, r S Beaumont 

" Susan, c, r 146 Church ■ ■ ■ 

" Walter, c, horse trader, r 157 Hill I ' I 

*' Walter, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r quarters same 

4t Walter,-^, cook Battery Park, r 17 Lexington ave 

" Wesley, lab, r 89 Gudger 

" Wm, c, elev boy Kenilworth Inn, r same 

" Wm, c, driver, r 33 Catholic ave 
Greenwood Max, bds 53 College 
Greer Amos, c, barber, r Sorrel 

" Gaston A, grocer 10 N Ct Sq, r 89 Chestnut 

" Henry, r, stableman, r rear 130 Poplar 

" Louisa, c, r 6 Gray 
Grice J B, works Asheville Cotton Mills, bds 511 W Haywood 
Griffin Pink, c, lab, r Dixontown 



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19 North Main Street, 

7 and 7V2 West College Street, 
FRANK O'DONNELL, Propr. 



y» lien you neeu oniy me Desi nine vvniaiMi I , d 

The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores," 



WHITEG.SMITH,Ph.G.,( 6 ? Patton } 

Pharmacist and < hernial I Avenue. J 



The purest 
Drugs -fe Chemi- 
cals always used 
in Prescriptions. 



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Griggs James P, carp, r 309 College 

" Miss Rachel, chief laund Battery Park Hotel, r same 

" Wm, carp, r 42 Woodfin 
Grimes Frances, c, r 64 Mountain 

" Louisa, c, restaurant Y M I bldg, r same 

" Mariah, c, r 64 Mountain 

11 Rebecca, c, r 64 Mountain 

" Wm, c, hackman, r Y M I bldg 
Grinnan R T, c, teacher Bingham's School, r same 
Groforth Carson, c, porter, r N Ct Sq 
Grogan Vance, bds 167 Hill 
Gross Allan, c, lab, r rear 176 S Pine 

" David, restaurant, rms 31 Haywood 

" Eliza, c, cook Shoenberger Hall, r same 
Grossman Henry, propr El Unico 11 Patton ave, bds 48 Spiuce 
Groves D A, weaver Ash Cot Mills, r near same 
Guarantee Shoe Store, M Levy propr, 30 Patton ave (see 

front "Fly" 
Gudger Bessie C, (wid Benjamin), r cor Chestnut and Montford 

" David L, bkkpr A M, Field, bds cor French Broad and 
Haywood 



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PARAGON BUILDING. Eight years with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt, 
nt Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
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" Henry L, r 83 Montford, cor Bearden 

" Hesekiah A, lawyer, r 94 College 

" James E, lawyer 12 N Ct Sq 

" James M, lawyer 3-4 First National Bank, r 121 French 
Broad ave 

" Mariah, c, Cook A D Cooper, r same 

" Walter R, carp, r 8 Short 
Guest Wm, wks Ash Cot Mills, r 167 Hill 
Guischard Gus L, plumber W A Boyce, r 124 Woodfin 

" Mrs G L, manicuring and chiropodist parlors 18 Church, r 
124 Woodfin 
Gulliver Mrs Adele McK, r Bonnie Castle 
Gunter A C, real estate and loans, rm 18 Drhumor bldg, r 97 

Bailey 
Guthrie Ellen, (wid Louis), r 13 Gay 
Gwyn Harriet, c, cook J H Rumbough, r same 

" Larkin, c, liveryman, r 416 N Main 

" Miss Laura L, r 36 Grove 
Gwyn Walter B, lawyer and real estate, Drhumor bldg, r 36 
Grove (see corner cards) 

This cty ^^^rsrl^VM^T^ltFALK'S MUSIC HOUSE 

WilJ order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G.,( 6 ? Patton l 

Pbarmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J 



Pocket Books, 
Card Cases. 
A full line of 
Leather Goods. 



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at beholding the beautiful work of the Model Steam Laun- 
dry to write a poem thereon. Church st 

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Habuschaue Sophie, c, maid Mrs Wra Garrard, r same 5 £ 

Hackney George L, Asheville Printing Co, r 131 Broad. S 2 -! 

(See advertisement) 7*1' 

" Fred R, wks Ashe Wood Wkg Co, r W Asheville ^\ 
" Wm, wks Ash Wood Wkg Co, r W Asheville 

Hackler Algernon O, elk G A Mears, r 8 Centre fvaV 

" Mary V, (wid J W), r 8 Centre \JJ 

Haefeli Miss Carrie, r Margo Terrace ^rt 

Haines Robert, c, pressman F M Messier, r Catholic ave J^ 

Haire Arthur, r 176 Merrimon ave J J 

Hale Carrie, c, wks Ash Steam Laund, r 122 Church ^^ 

" James, c, waiter Battery Park, r 122 Church ^^^~ 

" Miss Maggie, r 71 Woodfin ^—4 

" Miss Sarah, r 71 Woodfin HI 

" Sara P, (wid H D), r 71 Woodfin >j+ 

Haliburton Ester, c, cook Miss Martha Harger, r same -^w 
Hall Cornelius, c, teamster, r 9 Atkin 

TOURISTS MAKE ROGERS' BOOK 9? 
STORE THEIR HEADQUARTERS. 

Hall David, wagon mgr Svvannanoa Ice Co, r E Biltmore 

" Earle A, driver Hamrick & Bro, bds 40 Baird ^^ 

Hall Edwin S, propr Matress factory 234 Patton ave, r 7 Park l^__ 

Place (see adv) ^^ 

" Ella V, c, laund Kenilworth Inn, r same JJ 

" Felix, c, lab, r 3 McDowell ^— ( 

" Francis M, painter, r 1 Majorie >"*• 

" Henry E, janitor city hall, mem Hose Co A F D, r 40 Baird tfl 

" James, c, lab, r 8 McDowell ^f 

Hall James M E, ed State Reporter, Professor of Languages 

32 Patton ave, r same > — k- ~» 

" Lee, c, hostler Patton & Stikeleather, r 159 Valley ^ 

" Leanna, c, wks Kenilworth Inn, r same =j? jq 

" Mrs Maudie L, r Avery near cotton mills • ** 

" Pinkney, carp, bds 4 Frederick _ «p* 

" Samuel D, elk T V Terrell, r W Asheville „ — 

" Susan, c, r 101 S Beaumont S" ^ 

Halloway Darkus, c, nurse E D Johnson, r same S- HI 

Halty George, c, lab, r 3 Catholic ave S2 O 

Hames Robert, c, wks F M Messier, r 29 Catholic ave «g ^ 

Hamilton Alice, c, cook R H Lee, r same r * CO 

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°^rii! ce H. RED VVO'H) & CO., Nos. 7 and 9 Patton Ave., 

Full lines of CLOTHING. MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. DRY GOODS, 
SMALL WARES. HATS and SHOES. 



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Hamilton Anderson, c, butler Judge J H Merrimon, r same 

" Miss Blanche, r 42 French Broad ave 

" Charles, c, agt, r 29 Oakdale ave 

" Charles A, musician, r 34 Oakdale ave 

" Ewart, elk Glenn Bros, bds 71 N Main 

" Henry, c, lab J R Rich & Son, r 120 Church 

" James, c, lab, r 7 Catholic ave 

" Joseph, c, Baptist minister, r 36 Oakdale ave 

" Julia, c, laund, r 6 Gray 

" Mary L, (vvid Sylvester M), r 42 French Broad ave 

" Miss Maude, r 42 French Broad ave 

" Pink, c, lab, r 105 S Beaumont 

" Tecumseh C, c, barber cor Eagle & Main, r 77 Mountain 

" Thomas M, c, horseshoer C L Brown, r 105 S Beaumont 
Hamlet A A, civil eng, r 71 N Main 

" Miss Cora, r 71 N Main 

" Miss Emma, r 71 N Main 

" Margaret E, (vvid Joseph H), r 34 Hill 

" Mrs Thedosia, boarding 71 N Main 
Hamlin Miss Ellen, r 12 East 

" George B, agt Va Life Ins Co, r 45 Central ave 



CAROLINA COAI 




Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



Hammett Charles W, furnt finisher, bds 171 Roberts, 2d floor 
" John C, finisher Skyland Furnt Co, bds 171 Roberts, 2d 

floor 
" Maggie S, (wid J N), r 171 Roberts, 2d floor 
Hammond D W, book agent, bds 122 Patton ave 
Hampton Rev David, c, pastor Bailey St A M E church, r 37 Hill 
" & Featherston, (John E Hampton, A A Featherston), saloon 
29 N Main 
George, bds 81 Haywood 
George, c, drayman, r 20 Mountain 
John, (Hampton & Featherston), r 81 Haywood 
John E, (Hampton & Featherston), r 42 Haywood 
& Ledford, (M F Hampton, J M Ledford), butchers, stall 

"G"' Central market 
Miss Maggie, r 23 Spring 
Mrs Maggie, r 334 Bailey 

Mark F, (Hampton & Ledford), rms opera house bldg 
Miss Pansey, r 334 Bailey 
Ralph, bds 8r Haywood 
Richard, bds 81 Haywood 
Samuel A, fireman, bds 23 Spring 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,j G0Pat,on l 



A fine line of 
Imported Per- 
A ronllo (fumes, Jixtracts 
Pharmacist ami < hemiit, l -a- venue. J and Soaps. 

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Hampton Thomas C, cabinet maker, r 23 Spring . a 

" Wm, c, waiter, r 17 Lexington |] 5 5 
" Wm C, bds 23 Spring 

Hamrick & Bro, (M W & G P), grocers, 62 Charlotte \ fe $ 

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Dealers in Standard Groceries and Provisions, Feed, 
Country Produce, Confectionery, Stationery, Cigars and Tobacco. S 

Gla=sware, Tinware and Crockery. £?.") Pit « t> t A mm W 7 

Give us a fair .trial. ^-^ CriAKLUllH. *— > 

Hamrick Frank, printer Citizen Co, bds 20 West | I 

Hamrick George P, (Hamrick & Bro), r 62 Charlotte ^ 

Hamrick Michael W, (Hamrick & Bro), r 62 Charlotte 
Hamright Peter, c, lab, r 76 Hill ^ -— 

" Silvy, c, cook 210 Haywood, r Hill 
Hancock J F, steward Hotel Berkeley, r same 

" Joseph S, wks Ashe Cot mills, bds 7 Green 

SHEVILLE . . ( licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. Q J 

DVERTISI NC Control City Street Car Advertising. ^ m> ^ 

O e MPY tM%M 1 Prepare and plac* Newspaper Advertising (\ 

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Hand Rosena, (wid W B Hand, Sr), r 54 Clayton 
" Roxama, c, cook C E Graham, r same 

Hand "Wm B, reporter Dailey Gazette, r 54 Clavton ">> 

Handley Richard G, elk Sou Ry +^~ 

Hankins Lucy, c, cook Ramoth Home, r same ^y 

Hannon Charles J, harnessmkr, r 1 Bennett 
" Mattie, (wid Thomas), r 1 Bennett 

Harbin Henry, lab, r Pearson ave , — ' — , 

" Mrs Katie, laund, r Pearson ave g 

" Thomas, mechanic Wm M Jones, r Riverside Drive _ 

Harbison Brown, c, lab, r 273 N Main ^ ^H 

Hardin Mollie, spinner Ashe Cot mills ^ N 

" Mon M, fireman and engineer Wm M Jones, r West Hay- ° +* 

wood nr Smith's bridge *+■ *^ 

Harding Miss Emma J, r 20 Starnes ave N 

" Milton, architect, r 102 Park ave ^ ^ 

" Joseph, barber Robert Longbottom, r 64^ S Main 5- Lj 

" Miss Sallie H, r 20 Starnes ave 03 

Hardy Alex, c, wks W H Powers, r same »* J?j 

" J H, book agent, bds 122 Patton ave » * 

" Mamie, c, cook T C Butler, r same S- 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ^/KiWcfflSs^ 

Supply seven-ten<hs of the family trade of Asheville with theii BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. I'ltA.Mi o'DtOMiii., Proprietor. 



WHITEG. SMITH Ph.G.,1 

Pharmacist and Ch«mist. t 



/ia t) ,, •» Prescriptions filled 
OU X attOn I only by competent 

V Pharmacists, and 
A.VGDU6. I delivered to any 

' part of the city. 



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|^cx Hardy Nora, c, laund, r 145 Poplar 
j^so Hare Charles, student, r 245 Charlotte 
'3.2. .02 " Miss Emma, r 245 Charlotte 
lig 1 . Hare James R, (J R Hare & Co) r 245 Charlotte 
wl.'E'l " J R & Co, mdse brokers and wholsale feed dealers, 2d 
•2 1" g floor, 2 N ct sq (see card) 

q.2£h " Patrick E, undertaker Riverside Undertaking Co, r 245 
'-^ — Charlotte 

*t " Susan A, (wid F), r. 245 Charlotte 

" Thomas C, r 245 Charlotte 
Harger Miss Hyantha M, teacher, r 121 Haywood 
" Miss Martha, teacher, r 121 Haywood 
2 pj Hargrave Mary, c, cook 146 Chestnut, r rear Merrimon 
■ " James, c, lab, r rear ^5 Depot, Revell's Row 
[ jl " Thomas, c, lab, r 35 Hill 
h Harkins Miss Georgie A, r 396 Haywood 
fi " Herschel S, r 396 Haywood 
g " Thomas J, student, r 396 Haywood 
p} Harlin Miss Mellissa, r 28 Hillside 
E Harmon Elizabeth M, (wid A B), r 38 W Haywood 
Harmonds Belle, c, cook E T Clark, r same 



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Exclusive Handlers of Western Dressed Meats. 
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Harper Bertha, weaver Ash Cot Mills 

" Forrey, c, cook, r Avery nr Depot 

" Julius, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r 9 Atkin 

" Martha, c, cook Mrs L E Freeman, r same 
Harrington Austin B, c, barber Oaks Hotel, r 18 Willow 

" George W, elk Penniman Bros & Co, r 94 College 
Harris Annie, cook 18 Turner, r same 

^%" " Benjamin, c, bricklayer, r 120 Poplar . 

" Calvin, c, driver Patton & Stikeleather, r 146 Church 

gS " Charles, c, cook Asheville Hotel, r 18 Willow 

CO " Dolph, wks Ash Cot Mills 

Q3 " Edward, c, wks Sou Ry, r rear 112 Roberts 

" Edward A, bds N Hall 

" Miss Fannie N, r 21 Orange 

" Felix, c, lab, r rear 278 S Beaumont 

" George, wks Ash Cot Mills, r N Hall 

" George W, carp, r N Hall 

" Gus, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r N Hall 

" Henry, c, waiter Glen Rock Hotel 

" James B, carp, r 272 Patton ave, (2d floor) 

'• James T, custom shoemaker 54^ Patton ave, r 26 Pine 

Strings, even the best, will break in ) r«|l#' Ml loin Uniion 
course of time. The freshest, clean- \ T U I IV O ITIUolU llUUoG, 
est and best stock alway6 at J 4* Patton Avenue. 



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WHITF R ^MITH Ph R < 60 Patton ) Every purchase deliv- 
TViIIIl Ui OlYllin, rlli U., - Ured in the city free of 

rharmncitt and Chemist. ( AveDUe. J charge. 

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Harris J W, bds Slagle Hotel 

" J V, spinner Ash Cot Mills, bds N Hall » £f O 

" Lem, wks Ash Cot Mills, bds 527 W Haywood G - a - f * 

" Lossie, c, laund, r W Hill nr Maiden Lane £*&=» 

" Miss Mattie, r 21 Orange £% ^ 

" Monroe S, c, porter The Bonanza Wine & Liquor Co, r 10 3"%s 
rwin • < ^ 

" Nancy, c, laund, r rear 16 Short S-™ r* 

" Oliver, spinner Ash Cot Mills, bds N Hall Kn< 

" Pearl A, wks Ash Cot Mills, bds 272 Patton ave, 2d floor 8 g ™ 

" Phillis, c, r end of Curve o'5."j 

" Phillis, r, laund, r 378 S Beaumont crocp n 

" Sarah A, (wid JP),r 266 Patton ave | ~ D | 

" Samuel, lab, r 62 McDowell |^< % 

" Scott J, grocer 163 S Main, r same 

" Miss Tempe, r2i Orange 

" Wm A, huckster, r 438 N Main 

" Wm D, plumber W A Boyce, r 12 Vance 

" Wm, c, butler King's Cottage, r same rear 

Harrison Bros, (D W & J W), grocers, 62 Woodfin 

" Charles, c, chef cook Asheville Hotel 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable Tn Gil T»3 Tl PCX Johnston Building, 13 Court 

stock companies. lliaui a,IlL»C Square, Asheville, N. C. 



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Harrison David W, grocer 62 Woodfin, r 25 Central ave 

" Hattie, c, cook H P Andersen, r same 

'• John, c, lab, r 173 Montford 

" John W, (Harrison Bros), r 62 Woodfin 

" Mrs Mary L, r 125 Chestnut 

" Moses, c, wks Asheville Woodworking Co, r 125 Poplar 

" Samuel, c, lab, r 10 Maiden Lane 
• " Thomas R, patrolman, r 27 Starnes ave 
Hart Miss Dela, r 156 Bailey 

" Ellis P, track foreman Ashe St Ry Co, r 63 N Main 

" George, c, bell boy Oakland Heights 
Hartsell Miss Lula F, r 125 Blanton 

" Isaac A, carp, r 125 Blanton 
Hartwell Mrs A M, bds 88 N Main 
Hartz Wm, brickmason, bds 339 S Main 
Harwood Horace E, agt Va Life Ins Co, bds 45 Central ave 
Harvey Mrs Mary, dressmaker, r 56 Madison 
Haskell Henry S, soda water factory, Gudger nr Haywood, 
r 217 Haywood (See Card) 

" Raymond, elk Biltmore Office, bds 217 Haywood 
Hatten Edmond, c, waiter, r 170 Church 



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Laces. Embroideries, Dress Goods and 
Silks, Staple Dry Goods, Wraps, 

Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc. 



1H. Redwood & Co., 

J 7*9 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,I U 

Pharmacist and Chemist. ' 



60 Patton ^ Nothing but the purest 
[■of Drugs and Chemic 
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Z Hatten Jane, c, r 170 Church 

Ixl I. Hatch Miss Emily J, librarian Asheville Library, r 96 Bailey 

> JC " James M, bds 86 Central ave 

*^ £ " Miss Susan, teacher Bailey St graded school, r 96 Bailey 

Z j= '•' Joseph, printer Ash Daily Citizen, bds 86 Central ave 

0& " Col L M, r 96 Bailey 

t H Hatch Watler N", blacksmith and horseshoer, 1 Market nr Ct 

^7 j Square, r 86 Central ave (see card) 

Q_ I Haughton F F, frt Condr Sou Ry 

^ Hauldery Miss Maud, housekeeper Ash Hotel, r same 

-^ Haun Eliza, (wid J P), r 13 Gay 

" Miss Florence, r 13 Gay 
9 — o " Thomas L, lab, bds 13 Gay 

Haustin Riley, c, dray driver, r rear 55 Depot Revell's Row 
Hawes Mrs P, r 144 Cumberland ave 
Hawkins Alice, c, cook, r 4000 Sycamore 

Benjamin F, carp, r 17 Turner 

Byron, printer Gazette 

Delma, domestic J G Low, r same 

Delma, servant F A Walton, r same 

Fannie L, (wid Lihu), r 103 Depot 






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FRUITS, CANDIES, CIGARS. 
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" Harvey S, wks Porter & Yates, r 63 N Main 

" Ida, c, cook, r 136 Valley 

" James, wks Biltmore Lbr Co, r 99 Depot 

" James, c, porter J O'Donnell, r 10 Sorrel 

" Jennie, c, r Maiden Lane 

" Lillian Miss, r 103 Depot 

" Mary C (wid George M), r 142 Hill 

" Samuel, lab, r 103 Depot 

" Vernon F, elk, bds 17 Turner 
Hawley Edward, c, butler 98 Park ave, r same 

" Mary F Miss, r rear 35 Charlotte 
Hawn Wesley M (Hawn & Weaver), bds 34 Merrimon ave 
Hawn & Weaver (W M Horn, W P Weaver), gun and locksmith 

and general repairing, 39 Patton ave 
Hawthorne Anna Miss, r 170 Haywood 

" Eliza S (wid J A), r 170 Haywood 

" Fannie Miss, r 170 Haywood 
Hawthorne James E, dentist 34 Patton ave, r 170 Haywood 
Hayden Augustus H, night elk Oakland Hgts, r same 

" Frank, c, lab, r 43 Poplar 

Take it to ASHEYILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

43 West College Street. 



WHITE 6. SMITH, Ph. G. ' 



>• Key West and Domestic, 
Pharmacist and Chemist. I Avenue. J always on hand. 

HAY 235 HEA 

Hayden Marvel, r, wks Frank O'Donnell, r 68 Poplar 

" Robert, c, eng Winyah Sanitarium, r same 
Hayes Clara Miss, r 44 Mountain 

" John H, lab, r 52 Woodfin 

" Lela Miss, r Cripple Creek 

" Maggie, r Gray 

" Mattie, c, cook G F Stradley, r same 

" Ridley A (vvid John Hayes), r 30 N Pine 

" Rosa Miss, r 44 Mountain 

" Wm, wks Wm M Jones, r 352 Haywood 
Hayle James, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 352 Haywood 

" John, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 352 Haywood 

" Maude, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 352 Haywood 
Haymond Frank U, carp, r 45 Fulton 

" Ina M Miss, r 47 Fulton 

" John \V, carp, r 47 Fulton C*i 

Haynes Anna Y Miss, boarding house, r 54 Clayton V^ 

" Catherine M, <r, teacher Catholic Hill School, r 29 Poplar 

" Charles, c, barber T Oglesby 

" Cora, c, laund, r 16 Atkin 

" Eliza, c, cook L V Brown, r same 

W*r\FR (, WJTTS! BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 
If AU « £i IV tV »? llJlJOj Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville. N. < 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only, 
fi®" Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

Haynes George, c, butler Mrs C M McLoud, r 29 Poplar of JA 

" Grace S Miss, teacher, r 54 Clayton ^ ^ 

" Jennie Mrs, r 124 Roberts „ ^ 

" Jonas, c, restaurant 7 Eagle, r 175 Valley JJ 5" 

" Lizzie, c, laund, r 29 Poplar ? q^ 

" Lou, c, cook, r Avery near Depot (A O 

" Mamie, c, r 157 Valley "" ^ 

. " Thomas B, r 54 Clayton jf\ ^ 

Haywood Jacob, c, waiter Swannanoa Hotel, r 1 Catholic ave Jj t- 

Hazzard Elliott W, student, r 100 Woodfin P fi) 

" Elliott W Mrs, r 100 Woodfin j[j 

'* Wm W, student, r roo Woodfin >■ 

Head Marion A, carp, r 273 N Main 

Heard Barney, c, lab, r rear 285 S Main 
" Edward, c, lab, r rear 285 S Main 

Heard Eugene N, physician (throat and lungs), 5 and 6 
Drhumor bldg (take elevator), cor Patton ave and 
Church, r "The Van Gilder" 
" Gillie, c, laund, r 29 Valley 
" James, c, butler Judge Chas A Moore, r same 
" Lelia, c, laund, r rear 285 S Main 

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J. K. Hoyfs Famous Wines. FRANK 0'»ONJXJit,L, Proprietor. 



Distillers' Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' Ryes, 
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WUITF ft QMITU PH ft ( 60 Patton) Prompt, polite and 
If Ml I L Ui OlTllin, rlli Ui, i ^pleasant attention given 

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^ Heard Letta, c, cook, r rear 285 S Main 
W __ Heath Joseph W, carp, r 36 N Pine 

5 Heaven George, cornice wkr Garrett & Co, r 73 Bailey 
S " Lucile Miss, r 73 Bailey 
J - Hedden Barney W, driver Ashe Steam Laund, r 165 Haywood 
UI __ " Elisha C, r 38 Bailey 

Hedges Edmonia, c, r 47 Brick 
Hegner Carl, musician, bds 76 Haywood 
Hegoods Stephen, c, lab, r 35 Maiden Lane 

Hefner Ellen Mrs, wks Ashtville Cotton Mills, r Avery near same 
Heinitsh Henry E (Heinitsh & Reagan), druggist, r 37 Pen- 
land 
Heist Laura, c, chambermaid Cain House, r same 
Heinitsh & Reagan (H E Heinitsh and J S Reagan), druggists 

44 Patton ave 
Helton Anderson, lab, bds n McDowell 
" Matt J, carp, r n McDowell 
" Wm, lab, bds n McDowell 
Hemphill Anna, c, laund, r 407 Bailey 
" Celia, c, nurse T W Sharpless, r same 
" Diana, c, cook, r rear 58 Mountain 



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PARAGON BUILDING. Eight years with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt. 

JSix years Resident Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 

U Hemphill Dock, c, delivery W M Hill & Co, r Southside ave 

" Frank, c, driver Asheville Transfer Co, r Southside ave 

■ " Samuel H, wks Carolina Woodwkg Co 

^L. " S M, carp, bds 59 N Main 

O" Thomas, c, lab, r 407 Short Bailey 

" Wm, c, brakeman Sou Ry, r 27 Gudger 
Henderson Albert, c, office boy Dr Bryant, r 23^ Weaver 

J " Basney, c, lab, r rear 186 SPine 

" Charles H, engraver B H Cosby, bds 48 Grove 

«^j " George, tobacconist, r 48 Grove 

©O " Hannah, c, wks Battery Park Hotel, r 38 Hildebrand 

" Henry, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r Curve 

U" Jack, c, engine wiper Sou Ry, r 65 Roberts 

" J D, mgr City Water Co Filtering dept 281 College, r 285 

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" James E, carp, T26 Seney 

I 1 " John, c, 23! Weaver 

' ' " Lucy, c, laund, r 9 Catholic ave 

f\ " Melissa (wid James D S), seamstress, r 275 College 

^_^ " Robert, student, bds 285 College 

^> " Wm, c, lab, r 29 Hill 

Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio-1 Cq||/'o MllCIP UnilOO 
lins, a complete line. One price only, > lu I IV O IllUolu llUUoG, 
and that the lowest known, at ) 48 patton ivkmfe. 



U/HITF G QUITU PH G ( 60 Patton) Prescription Department 
TV III 1 C Ui OWI I n, rlli Ui. [complete in every re- 

( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 



I'liarmacist and C'liemisf 



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Henderson Win. c, wks battery Park Hotel *&m 

Hendricks Ela Mrs, bds Slagle Hotel ^ 

" J F, fireman Sou Ry, rms 199 Park ave 

John, r, porter Baird & Co WW% 

Hendry Block. North Court Squan ggpj 

Hennie George W, porter 13 Church, bds Patton ave wRM 

" James L, butcher McFee & Jones, r W Ashe ville near bridge 
Henninger Josepk C, shoemaker J W Chappell, r W Asheville JP« 

Henry Creasey, c, cook, r 4000 Sycamore ^ 

" Ed L, letter carrier, r 6 Central ave 
" Frank, driver J V Sevier 
Henry Mary Mrs, organist and teacher piano and singing, 
Ingleside 30 French Broad ave (see card) 
" Mary, r, r Eagle near Happy Hollow 
Henry M E Miss, prop Ingleside, 30 French Broad ave, r 

same, tel 153 (see adv) 
Henry Ossie H, trav Wilson Burns & Co, Baltimore, Md, 
r 70 Orange 
" Thomas, bkkpr, r 36 Depot 
Hensely Augustus, elk Racket Store, bds 37 French Broad > 

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Hensley Flora Miss, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 210 Avery C 

" James B, Rollins & Hensley, r Marshall, N C ^ 

" Jacob F, janitor P O, r 6 East 30 

" Lannis, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 210 Avery — 

" Lewis, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, bds 210 Avery q 

" Martha Miss, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 210 Avery 30 

" Mary, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 210 Avery *P 

" Nannie, c, cook Ossie H Henry, r same ^ , 

11 Sarah, (wid James), r 210 Avery 
Herman John, barkeeper Berkeley bar, bds Hotel Berkeley 

Hermrickhouse John, salesman J T Cook, bds 72 Woodfin 2 
Herndon H M (wid E W), milliner Miss N L LaBarbe, r 7 1 Woodfin 

" David F, sec'y Ashe Woodwkg Cc, r Biltmore 

Herrell John H, carp, bds 340 Bailey ,?" q 

Herren James C, salesman G A Mears & Son, bds 145 S Main -^ hj 

Herritage Wm, printer Ashe Daily Citizen, bds Oaks Hotel cd q 

Hester George, c, driver Swannanoa Ice Co o M 

Hesterly Nannie, (wid Jesse L) r 64^ S Main ^ " 
Heston Elmer E, (J M Heston & Sons) r 56 Bailey 

" Jacob M, (J M Heston & Sons) r 56 Bailey Z! 

" J M & Sons, (J M, Wm R and E E), bakery 26 S Main § 



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7 and 9 PATTON AVENUE- 

A choice stock of Clothing, Dry Good*, 
Shoes, Hats, etc., at fixed and 
reasonable prices. 
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WHITE G. SMITH, Pli.6.,( 60 1 p » tto »{SSL* b 5S5u^r 

Pharmacist and Chemigt. [ Avenue. ) for the Teeth. 

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Heston Wm R, (J M Heston & Sons) bds 56 Bailey 
Hetherly Walker, lab, r 1 View 
Hewitt Miss Effie, r 72 Mountain 
Hicks Chrrles A, c, lab, r Avery nr Sou Ry 
" John, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 
" Louis N, c, barber 27 N Main, r rear 47 Walnut 
" Martha, c, laund, r 3 Clemmons 
" Mary, c, chambermaid Mrs C B Adams, r same 
" Samuel, c, fireman Ashe cotton mills, r Avery nr Depot 
Higgins Richard, c, lab, r Dixontown 
" Miss Sarah, r 32 Brick 
" Wm, c, r 36 Buttrick 
High Osborne, c, servant J A Tennent, r same 
Hightower Mary, c, laund, r 100 Mountain 
CO Hildebrand Miss Agnes E, r 5 N Pine 
rv-* " Emma S, (wid G A) r 5 N Pine 

— — Hildebrand David S,brick manufacturer Hillside nr Charlotte,. 
^»C r Chunns Cove (see adv) 

■■ -J " John V, elk office In Co Va, bds 129 Broad 

Hildebrand Otto, supt DS Hildebrand, r 118 Charlotte 
" Virgil, elk Life Ins Co ofVa, bds 118 Charlotte 



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Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phoue, - 144 
Office, 23 fatton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



Hildebrand Walter A, reporter Daily Citizen, bds 5 N Pine 

Hill Mrs Carrie r 17 Walnut 

" Mrs Fannie L, art teacher 197 Bailey, r same 

" Georgie, c, laund, r 86 Hill 

" George L, wks Ashe cotton mills, bds 33 W Haywood 

" Giles, c, porter J H Law, r 43 Hill 

" Miss Gussie, r 94 Hillside 

" Henry, weaver Ashe cotton mills, r Avery nr cotton mills 

" John, r Avery nr cotton mills 

" John J, trav, r 94 Hillside 

" Lizzie, c, cook Slagle Hotel, r same 

" Maggie, c, cook L W Bridgdwater, r same 

" Mitch, spinner Ashe cotton mills, r Avery nr cotton mills 

" Nany, c, nurse, r rear 55 Depot (Revell's Row) 

" Robert, c, waiter Kenilworth Inn, r38i S Main 

" Robert R, trav, r 94 Hillside 

" Sarah, c, nurse 68 Church, r rear Holmes' factory 

" Miss Virgie, r 94 Hillside 

" Walter, c, wks Chambers, Weaver & Co's livery stables, r 
same 

" Wm H, wks Ashe cotton mills, bds 7,^ W Haywood 

LA C^Kinknlt Real Estate, Loan Broker, 
I Ml rdl llulll AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

1 Office 49 Pattern Avenue. Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6., [**«»*) 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. Avenue. J 



Prescriptions 

delivered 

promptly. 



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Hill Wm, c, wks Chambers, Weaver & Co's 
Hill Wm M, (W M Hill & Co) r 36 S Spruce 
Hill W M & Co, (Wm Hill, A Brandl) meat market and deal- 
ers in all kinds of fresh and salt meats; stall "C" Cen- 
tral market, phone 66 (see left center lines) 
Hilliard Building, South Main 

Hilliard Charles E, physician, office 37^ S Main, phone 128; 
r 150 S Main, phone 12 
" Howard, student, r 105 S Main 
" ME, (wid Dr W D H) r 105 S Main 
Hilliard Walter L, physician, 37^ S Main, phone 128, r 150 

S Main 
Hilliard Wm D, physician Battery Park Hotel, office 1st 

Natl Bank Bldg, phone 208, r Battery Park Hotel 
Hines Susan W, (wid E F) r 61 Central ave 
Hinton Carrie, c, r 36 Maiden Lane 
" Cornelia, c, r 7 Sycamore 
" David S, fireman Sou Ry, r 107 Park ave 
" Terresa, c, cook Mrs R Levy, r same 
Hirsh Myrtle, elk M Swartzberg, r same 



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SHEVILLE ■ ■ ( Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
DVERTISI 14G Control City Street Car Advertising. 
/^EriVS <T»V , "** 1 Prepare and plac Newspaper Advertising 
GtliOT . . . ■ v. Com ractors tor Western North Carolina 



Hobson, Ida, c, cook J H Wood, r same 

" James, c, lab Sou Ry, r 140 Depot 
Hocking Elina, (wid C A) bds 8^ Bailey 
Hodgers Frederick, steward Glen Rock Hotel, r same 
Hodges Isabelle M, (wid Dr Wm B) r Merrimon ave n w cor 

Broad 
Holy Flora, c, laund, r 19 Grove 
Hogans George W, c, lab, r 368 McDowell 
Hogne Lizzie, c, laund, r rear 16 Short 
Holbert John, c, servant J H Woody, r same 
Holcombe Calvin, carp, r N Hall ^ m 

" Henry W, grocer, 196 S Pine, r same 

" M P, elk James J Treadway, r same %? 

" Wm T, carp, r 318 S Bailey g. 

" Zebulon, helper J R Rich & Son, bds 59 N Main =" 

Holder Claud B, asst J V Brown & Son, bds 19 S Main gg ig 

Holland J W, weaver Ashe cotton mills, r Roberts cor Buxton £, m 

" Lon, weaver Ashe cotton mills, r Roberts cor Buxton = [^ 

Holler Henne, rms 7 S Side ave J£ srj 

Holleyman Mamie G, (wid R H H ) r 384 Haywood J 

Hollinger Emile J, bk kpr Skyland Furniture Co, r 20 Ann » 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, itf^ffi&B**. 

Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free iu the city aud 1 AcViA-tn'll^ 1\I O 
vicinity. Frank O'Donnell, Proprietor, j rvbllcVlllCj IN. V_. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue, j | 



60 Patton | n rescription8 » 

ure Drugs, 



ills & Powders. 



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§■§§§ Hollingsworth Charles W, asst eng Battery Park Hotel, bds same 

ItS^s " Ernest I, solicitor Wiley B Brown's stables, bds 44 Philips 

■2.2 go " Glover C, bartender at Glen Rock, bds same 

!>.= §• " James P, (Suddert-h & Hollingsworth) r 315 W Haywood 

"P-go " John B, elk J E Dickerson's, bds 44 Philips 

ll^iS " Ralph S, solicitor Cowan & Oates, bds 50 Bailey 

£g3 g " Raymond T, blksmith 44 Phillips 

So|2 Holly Mary, c, laund, r 186 S Pine 

"ggg^ " Mary, c, cook, r 20 Cumberland ave 

|^£| H oilman Adams, c, lab, r 178 Bailey 

g||S " Albert, c, house boy Mrs A R Cartmell, r same 

S^fl? Holman L A, carp, r 7 Eloise 

(S.SiS Holmes Carrie, c, r 96 Hazzard 

v — >— "* " David, c, waiter Kenilworth Inn 

> ' .rj Holmes Edward I, (E I Holmes & Co) secty and treas Ashe 

k^CC club, r 66 Baird 

<ZO< " E I & Co, (E I Holmes, John Cheesborough) manufactur- 
ed D ers of smoking tobacco, 45 Church 

q^O " Miss Ella, r 44 French Broad ave 

j^ " George, c, lunch stand 182 Patton ave, r 200 Patton ave 

r<rJh " Lula, c, cook Mrs J Joyner, r 9 Water 



Wi Mi HILL oi yili ^ ame in season- 



Fine Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork. 
Game in season. 
5 t Phone 66. 



Holmes Mary, c, cook Western Hotel, r 52 Davidson 

" Robert, c, bell boy Battery Park Hotel 
Home Industrial School, Miss Florence Stephenson prin, Vic- 
toria (see miscellaneous) 
Hood Benjamin O, elk cigar stand B P Hotel, bds 115 Haywood 

" Ezekiel G, merchant, r 115 Haywood 

" Frank M, student, bds 115 Haywood 

" Miss Jennie, r 334 Bailey 

" John N, elk Roberts & Nichols, r 27 Bearden ave 

" Mrs Mattie M, boarding 115 Haywood 
Hooper Laura, c, laund Oaks Hotel, r 17 Mountain 

" R H, motorman Ashe St Ry Co, bds 63 N Main 

" Toliver, c, house roller and raiser, r 76 Hill 
Hoorah Ella, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 
Hoots G A, weaver Ashe cotton mills, r rear 116 Roberts 

" Rufus, wks Ashe cotton mills, r rear 116 Roberts 
Hoover Chivey, c, laund, r 143 Depot 
Hopkins Benjamin, c, lab, r rear 150 S Pine 
Hopkins Charles H, mgr Standard Oil Co, r cor S Main and 

Eagle 
Hoppeau Amie, c, cook T W Patton, r same 

lineof PIANOS 3.nQ ORllAN b on easy installments, at 

FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



A full line of 
Soaps, Spong. s 
and Perfumery 
always onhand 



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Hopper Lina, c, cook in Montford ave, r same 

Horah Charles, porter Sou Ex Co, r 73 Depot 

Horton Albertis, c, bell boy Battery Park Hotel 
" Blair, weaver Ashe cotton mills, r 212 Avery 
" Clarissa A, (vvid Malcolm) r 52 East 
" Cren, spinner Ashe cotton mills, bds 212 Avery 
" Dudley J, carp, bds 52 East 
" Jesse M, wks Ashe cotton mills, r 212 Avery 
" John, c, hall boy Swannanoa Hotel 
" Julia, spinner Ashe cotton mills, r 212 Avery 
" Julius, spinner Ashe cotton mills, r 212 Avery 
" Lorenzo P, carp, r 52 East 

Hough Calvin, c, lab, r Avery nr Depot 

" & Dunham, (W J Hough and H A Dunham) music store 

1 1 Church 
" Miss Inga, Mission wkr, r 132 Hill 
" John, painter, r 119 Poplar 
" Wm H, condr St Ry Co, bds 59 N Main 
" Wm J, (Hough & Dunham), r 3 Park Place 
" Wm R, condr Ashe St R R Co, r 117 S Main 

House John, c, lab, r rear 285 S Main 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 



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Johnston Building, 13 Court 

Square, Asheville, N. C 



House Mattie, c, laund, r 118 Poplar 

Houston James L, prescription elk Carmichael's pharmacy, r 37 

Patton ave 
Howard Agnes, c, wks Ashe Steam Laundry, r 17 Sorrel 

" Agnes, c, cook P Mclntyre, r same 

" Clarence B, sten Vanderbilt, bds 55 College 

" Miss Edna, r 54 Mountain 

" Florence, c, laund, r 170 Church 

" Miss Frances, wks Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr Cotton mills 

" Horace M, blacksmith, r 83 Valley 

" James M, wks Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr Cotton mills 

" John, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr Cotton mills 

" Leanna, c, servant Chas A Webb, r same 

" Matilda, c, laund, r 17 Sorrel 

" Nineveh, r Avery nr Cotton mills 

" Sim, c, janitor Asheville Club 

" Miss Thelma, r 54 Mountain 

" Virgil A, driver R M Ramsey, r 220 Patton ave 

" WE, wks Ashe Milling Co, r nr same 

" W H, weaver Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr same 

" Mrs W H, weaver Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr same 





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vets, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Corsets, Embroideries, Laces, etc. 

H. REDWOOD & CO., 7 and 9 Patton Avenue. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. I avenue ' J work. 

HOW 242 HUN 

Howatt Joseph P, salesman, r 103 Merrimon ave 
Howell Frances, c, laund, r 242 Patton ave 

" Frank F, carp, r 86 Cherry 

" Henry, wks Ashe Cot mills, bds 7 Green 

" J H, leaf tobacco dealer, 75 S Main, r Oakland Heights 

" Myra S, (wid T O Howell), r 209 Chestnut 
Howie Thomas A, elk T V Terrell, r 5 Park PI 
Hoyle Charles, c, waiter Woodlawn Cafe 

Hudgins Preston M, list deputy internal revenue, mem civil ser- 
vice board, r 137 Bailey 
Hudson Elliott B, elk C E Moody, r 420 S Main 

" Henry J, c, restaurant S Side ave, r 40 S Main 

" Tula, nurse Dr G A Mebane, r same 
Huggins Cilia, c, cook, r Dixon Town 

" Ella, c, cook B Burnett, r same 

" Fannie, chambermaid 121 French Broad ave, r same 

" Lavinia, c, servant Mrs L I Drake, r same 

" Mariah, c, r 59 Hill 

" Melissa, c, house girl D D Suttle, r Dixon Town 

" Myra, c, laund, r Coal nr Buttriek 

" Walter, c, wks B Burnett, r Dixon Town 




Candies. 



A big stock Fruits. Candies, Stationery, 
Cigars- and Tobacco, at 
ALLEN'S Fruit and Cigar Store, 

upposi.e Post-office. 



K ^ Huggins Wm, wks Ashe Woodwkg Co 

3 ' Hughes Clara, c, cook S Clinton Cortland, r same 

£ I " David H, prop West End market, r 31 Buxton 

Z ti " Daniel, bds 48 Spruce 

tC A " Henrietta, c, cook Wm F Snider, r same 

? P " James R, butcher West End market, r 27 Buxton 

" John D, insurance, r 159 Patton ave 

O Ji Q " Naomi A, (wid W C Hughes), r 27 Buxton 

Zg £j " Patrick H, plasterer, r 27 Short 

<5h " Robert, lab, r 512 W Haywood 

g)^ j " Thomas J, printer F M Messier, bds 27 Buxton 

^ < y] Hughey Miss Minnie, saleswoman Sumner & Co, r 5 Jefferson 

Z g <j Drive 

3 I S Hull Fred A, sec and treas Riverside Undertaking Co, real estate, 



b> r 105 S Main 

*" h " James, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 

■> h Humphrey Johnson, c, barber Biltmore, r 139 Weaver's Lane 

X Hunt Arthur, c, porter, r 19 Brick 

Q " Miss Ardia M, wks Ashe Steam Laundry, r 348 Haywood 

O 1» " Edward H, bkkppr Swicegood & Brown, r 1 Edgewood cor 
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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

Telephone 95. 43 WEST COLLEGE STREET. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., 1™™™] 0-« 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. AveDUG. J wP 0li 9£ 



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HUN 243 HUR 

Hunt Elisha L, shoemkr, r 348 Haywood *^ 

" Emanuel, c, delivery W M Hill & Co ■^ 

" Miss Georganna E, r 348 Havwood 

" George F, agt Singer Mfg Co, bds 64'.. S Mam |ig 

Hunt Henry C, real estate 2 N Ct Sq (2d floor), r 1 Edge Hill 
ave, cor Atkin 

" Helem D, carp, r 72 Depot 

" Hugo H, painter T W Fitzpatrick, bds 72 Depot 

" Jasper A, c, lab, r rear 182 Bailey 

" Joanna, c, chambermaid Miss Polley, r 20 Clemmons 

"" John T, bds 348 Haywood 

'" Joseph, c, delivery W M Hill & Co 

"" Joseph S, eng Oakland Heights, bds 348 Haywood 

41 J Robert, c, lab, r 162 S Beaumont "*■ 

" Judge, spinner Ash Cot Mills , — 

" Julia, c, laund, r 19 Brick 

" Miss Laurhetta V, house kpr Swannanoa Hotel, r 72 Depot 

" Mamie, c, laund, r 19 Brick 

" Mary, (wid Walter L), bds 76 Haywood & 

•" Miss Pearl, r 72 Depot ^. 

" Perry, c, lab Elec St Ry, r 17 McDowell 

WAfJNFl? kr WfTTX builders and contractors, 

U JW3, U rj L\ IV H lULi?, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N.C, 



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Hunt Miss Ruby M, r 72 Depot 

" Rufus G, stamp elk P O, bds 1 Edge Hill ave, cor Atkin e-. ^ 

" Miss Tessie L, dress mkr Mrs A M Jacobs, r 72 Depot 

" Thomas E, newspaper agt, bds 72 Depot 

" Tilda, c, laund, r rear 182 Bailey 

" Wm, eng Oakland Heights, r same 

" Wm C, bds 348 Haywood 

Hunter Adaline, c, wks Ashe Steam Laund, r 122 Montford 
" Miss Belle, r 9 Walnut 
" Clara, c, cook Wm Fitzsimmons, r same ^" 

" Horace, c, r 81 Gudger ^ 

" Israel, c, butler Cain House, r same o >S 

" Lou, c, chambermaid Cain House, r same "g g 

" Mary A, nurse 175 Woodfin, r 181 S Beaumont =5: a 

" Moses, c, carp, r 123 Montford ave ™ = 

Huntley Job, painter, r 56 Madison S a 

" Mrs Mary, r 56 Madison 5T j§ 

" Miss Matilda, r 56 Madison ~ <J3 

" Wm, painter T W Fitzpatrick, r 56 Madson 

Hurrah Joe, c, laund Battery Park Hotel 

Hurt Miss Alice, weaver Ashe Cot Mills, r 5 Green 



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When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER a^d BRANDIES, call at 

19 North Main Street, 

7 and 7V2 West College Street, 
FRANK O'DONNELL, Propr. 



wnen you neea oniy me Dest nine « niarsc i , d 

The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores," 



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Pliarmacut and Chemist. I -^veuuc. j in Prescriptions. 

HUR 244 ING 

Hurt Miss Isabelle, r 5 Green 

" John H, machinist, r 5 Green 
Huskey James J, fireman Biltmore Lumber Co, r 176 Avery- 
Hutchinson Frank, c, wks Swannanoa Hotel 
Hutton Sam, wks Skyland Furniture Co, bds 318 Haywood 
Hyatt James M, elk Gay Green, bds 145 Roberts 

" John, c, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfy 
Hyde Wm L, c, shoe mkr E McDowell, r 32 Clemmons 
Hyndman James F, shoe mkr R O Roberts, r 270 N Main 

"' Thomas L, shoe mkr 39 Patton ave, r 20 West 



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Model Steam Laundry. E W Band mgr, Church St 

Idlewild Floral Co, (C T C Deake, Mrs J B Deake, J W C 
Deake) city store 44 Patton ave, greenhouses 324 
Charlotte. (See cor card and adv pp) 

Information Bureau, J M E Hall propr, 32 Patton ave, tel 
240 

Ing Jesse, lapidary A M Field, r 80 Cherry 
Q Ingle see also Ingles 

Ingle Buit, driver T V Terrell, bds 184 Avery 



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Ingle Eugene, lab Slayden, Fakes & Co 

Ingle Franklin P, genl mdse 37 N Main, r same 

" Mrs Caroline, r 10 East 

" J B & Co, ( J B Ingle and M V Gentry), dry goods 27 N 
Main 

" James B, (J B Ingle & Co), r 10 East 
Ingle James M, pres Riverside Undertaking Co, r 162 Hay- 
wood 

" John, bds rear Pearson ave 

" J P, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r rear Pearson ave 

" Julius, carp Asheville Cotton Mills, r rear Pearson ave 

" Lonnie D, elk F P Ingle, bds Buck Hotel 

" Mack, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, bds rear Pearson ave 

" Martin, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, bds rear Pearson 
ave 

" Mary Miss, r 285 E College 

" Mitch, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r rear Pearson ave 

" Orlena Miss, r 10 East 

" Ulyas, wks Skyland Furn Co, r rear Pearson ave 
Ingleside, Miss S M E Henry prop, boarding 30 French Broad 
ave (see card) 

^^^rafTJk^fei^rs.t FILE'S MUSIC HOUSE 

Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE. 



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Ingram Emma, c, cook Mrs Fannie Featherston, r same 2-.£j °* 

" Sallie, c, nurse, r 150 Church § °° % 

Inloes Wm H, land agt, r 99 Chestnut 
Inman Josie Miss, r 58 Roberts 
Innis Margaret Miss, sten, r 42 Haywood 
Institute Pharmacy (The), JLF Alston prop, Market s e 

cor Eagle 
Internal Revenue Department, S L Rogers collector, P O 

bldg, cor Patton ave and Haywood 
Iredell Mary (wid C), r 97 College if 

Irvine, see also Irving, Irwin and Erie in. ^^^ 

Irvine Annie, c, launch r 25 Baptist Hill Jj3P 

" Delia, c, cook, r rear 52 Mountain 

" Julia, c, laund, r 38 Hildebrand 

" Maggie, c, pastry cook Glen Rock Hotel 

" Rachel, c, servt J L Smathers, r 326 Haywood 

" Robert, c, lab, r 38 Hildebrand 

" Virgil, c, lab, r 38 Hildebrand 

" Zella, c, servt H D Baker, r same 
Irving Adolphus, c, brick mason, r 10 Irving, rear Montford 

" Benjamin, c, teamster, r 7 Maiden Lane 

should 5 RocGrs 5 Book Sior6 ^stationery an d 

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" Louise, c, r 7 Maiden Lane 
Irwin Ella, c, r 15 Hildebrand 

" Etta, c, cook G A Greer, r same 

" Jule, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 

" Theodore, c, r 15 Hildebrand 

" Walter, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 

" Zeigler, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills 
Isaac Quintus, driver Carolina Woodwkg Co, r 7 Southside ave Cf# 

" Tilford L, wks Ash Woodwkg Co, r 7 Southside ave ^ 

Isam, see also Isom. __ 

Isam Lonnie, c, lab, r Sorrell o ^ 

Isom John, c, lab, r 19 Weaver =" 30 

" Martha C (wid Thomas), r 77 Seney S- O 

Israel Chester W, plumber, bds 86 Woodfin ££ X 

" Ernest M, plumber W A Boyce, mem Hook and Lad Co jg ~ 
A F D, bds 86 Woodfin •£ JJJ 

" Frank R, plasterer, r 326 S Main 55 JD 

" J M Mrs (wid), r 86 Woodfin §_ « 

" John S, stone mason, r N Hall 3, Zl 

" Sudie E Miss, teacher Bailey Street School, r 86 Woodfin g ™ 

Hats, Caps, Men's Furnishing") M DCHU/nnn J?. Pfl 
Goods, Clothing, Wraps, Dry \ II. nuUYYUUU Ot UU., 

Goods, Shoes, etc J ONE PRICE STORE. 



WHITE G.SMITH. Ph. G., 

Pharmacist and < Ihiii i*i 



(\C) Pitfnn 1 Prescriptions filled 
1 by competent 
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J delivered promptly 



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Israel Wm A, genl grocer 326 S Main, r same 

Ives George N (Geo N Ives & Son), r Moreland City N C 

" Geo N&Son, L Brown mgr, dealers game, fish and oysters, 

stall 18 Central Mkt, tel 216 
Ivy Levi, hackman, r 34 Silver 
I X L Grocery (The), Michalov Bros, proprs 41 College (see 

card) 

JACK delights to have neat linen; so he sends all his collars, 
cuffs, etc., to the Model Steam Laundry, Church street 

Jackson Alfred, r, lab, r Dixon Town 
Alice Miss, r 13 Starnes ave 
Anderson, c, driver, r 109 S Beaumont 
Benjamin J, c, green grocer, stall 1 Central market, r 4 

Magnolia ave 
Charles, c, restaurant 40^ N Main, r same 
Charles, c, peddler, r rear 186 S Pine 
Dilcey, c, r 9 Catholic ave 
Dock, c, lab, r 158 S Beaumont 
Dock C, carp, r 23 Rector 
Dollie Miss, r 16 Oakdale ave 



CAROLINA COAL CO. 



Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



Jackson Frank, c, restaurant, pool and billiards, 9 Eagle, 

r same 
Jackson George, c, lab, r 109 S Beaumont 

" George, c, restaurant 44 N Main, r same 

" Hannah Miss, finisher Model Steam Laundry, r 16 Oak- 
dale ave 

" Harriet, c, r 4 Magnolia 
Jackson Jesse T, supt Asheville Cotton Mills, r 374 Haywood 

" J A, flagman Sou Ry 

" John, c, restaurant, r 9 Catholic ave 

" Laura, c, r 9 Catholic ave 

" Laura, r, laund, r 109 S Beaumont 

" Leonora T, c, teacher Catholic Hill school, r 77 Mountain 

" Lulu, c, cook F L Goldsmith, r same 

" Mamie, c, laund, r rear 173 Montford ave 

" Mariah, c, r 174 S Pine 

" Marshal, c, lab, r rear 150 Pine 

" Minnie, c, cook F Stikeleather, r same 

" Robert, lineman Electric Car Co, bds 16 Oakdale ave 

" Rebecca, c, laund, r 150 S Pine 

" Thomas, c, lab, r 1 74 S Pine 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



60 Patton ) £««»y&. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G. n 

' ') Avpnim f fumes, .Extracts 

I'luii'iii.'K'iHi and < liemist. t -"-venue. J and Soaps. 

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Tackson Walter W, embalmer, bds i^ Starnes ave ~ _ 

" Wm, wks Electric Light Co, Mem Hose Co AF D, r 16 n"^^ 

Oakdale B'PO 

Jacobs Anna M Mrs, dressmaker 9 Maxmelton bldg, r 14 same 5P ^ 

" Fred L, trav, bds Hotel Berkeley S "°Z 

Jacobs Frederick M, c, pastor A M E Zion, r 215 College -, j= > 

" S R Mrs, modiste 9 and 14 2nd floor Maxmelton, r same K*-rO 

" Stephen R, lady tailoring 9 and 14 2d floor Maxmelton, r § 3 m 
same 
James Miss Alice, teacher Montford ave graded school, bds 18 
Bearden ave 

" Bettie, c, r 50 Catholic ave 

" Edward, c, wks the Palace Livery Stables, r 34 Lexington 

" Floyd E, foreman motive dep South Ry, r 15 Rector 

" Harvey, elk, bds 3 Spruce 

" James O, carpenter, r 42 W Haywood 

" John H, fireman Sou Ry, bds 168 Park ave 

" J Samuel, wks French Bakery, bds 3 S Spruce 

" Maggie, r, cook 73 Haywood, r same 

AS NEVILLE . . ( ^"censed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
DV^RTISINC } Control City Street Car Advertising. 
J>CWPV ■*** J Prepare and plac jVewspaperAdrertising 
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James Wm A, propr French Bakery 51 College, r 3 S Spruce, 
(See card) 
" Wm A, engr Sou Ry, rms 199 Park ave 

Jarrett Bros, (W M & J N), groceries, 317 Haywood 

" Clayton, wks Ashe Wood Wkg Co, r beyond city limits 

" James, elk Wm M Jarrett, bds 20 Buttrick 

" James M, wks Carolina Wood Wkg Co, r beyond city limits | 

" James N, (Jarrett Bros), rms 317 Haywood Jjfc 

" Otto R, carp Carolina Wood Wkg Co, r 10 Blanton 

" Ralph C, wks Ashe Wood Wkg Co, r beyond city limits 

" Wm M, (Jarrett Bros), carrier P O, r 20 Buttrick 

Jarvis Albert K, teamster, r 419 N Main <*a 

" Creed F, farmer, bds 357 N Main 

" James A, live stock dealer, r 357 N Main (J) 

" James P, motorman Ashe St R R, r 357 N Main 
" John B, condr Ashe St R R, r 357 N Main 
" Margaret J Miss, r 357 N Main 

" Wiley, elk J B Ingles, r 108 East g. PI 

" Wm B, farmer, bds 357 N Main 3 P 

Jay Bettie Miss, saleswoman G A Mears & Sons, r 36 N Pine 

" Martha J, (wid Joseph Jay), r 36 N Pine CO D 

" Mattie B Miss, r 36 N Pine S* " 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, 'KIS^, 

Supply seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with their BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. FKANK O'lioNM.1,1,, Proprietor. 



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I' li;i iinacM and C'h« mint. 



^^-i t-j , -. Prescriptions filled 

bU I attOn only by competent 
\ Pharmacists, and 
I AvGDtie. I delivered to any 
*- " ■' part of the city. 



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Jeanneret Louis Wm, horologist B H Cosby, secy A F D, r 47 



a. S French Broad ave 

Q Jefferson George, c, barber Battery Park Hotel, rms 39 Catholic ave 
O c I Jeffrey Charles E, mission wkr, r 132 Hill 
Jeffries Wm, c, lab, r Dixontown 



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H o t J en kins Addie, c, laund, r 226 Charlotte 

^ ~ 3 " Adolphus E, farmer, r 340 Bailey 

ui ^ " Agnes R Miss, r 106 East 

Q£ -■£ " Alfred J, gardener, r 106 East 

> q g " Bros, (G W & J H), grocers 45 S Main 

UOO " George W, (Jenkins Bros), r 66 S Main 

C £ r " James T, lab, r N Main S E cor Hillside 

X w 3 " John H, (Jenkins Bros), r 35 Short 

<£ I co " Joshua, c, lab, r 94 Roberts 

£q £ I " Mary, c, laund, r 226 Charlotte 

D id A " Rebecca, c, laund, r 226 Charlotte 

°T J " Walter G, painter, bds 340 Bailey 

J " Walter L, elk Jenkins Bros, bds 106 East 

• " Wm, c, butler 303 French Broad ave, r same 

O " Wm, c, waiter Asheville Hotel, r 18 Willow 

J Jentry B, bds 487 W Haywood 



~ W. M. HILL & CO., 



PHONE 66. 



{Steam Sausage Factory. 
Clean and Wholesome. 
Sausage, Bolognas and Puddings. 



09 Jersey Mrs C A, r 21 Woodfin 

■■ Jimison Austin, foreman yVshe Sup & Fdry Co, bds 58 Eagle 

Kb " Wm A, deputy sheriff, bds 58 Eagle 

SL " Wm H, jailor Buncombe County jail, r 58 Eagle 
Ea Johnson Alice, c, r 122 Church 

Ml " Amey, c, cook, r 184 Phifer 

*JJ " Andrew, c, wks Cotton mills, r 121 Roberts 

" Andrew, lab, r 109 Roberts 

" Andy, wks Ashe Cot mills 

" Ann, c, laund, r rear 55 Depot, Revell's Row 

" Miss Annie, r 99 Park ave 

" Miss Annie M, r 22 Montford 

" Miss Bessie B, r 76 Liberty 

" Caleb, c, lab, r cor Valley & Sycamore 

" Carolina, (wid N), r 15 Madison 

" Charles, plumber, bds Arcadia Hotel 

" Charles M, plumber W A Boyce, r Arcadia Hotel 

" Celie, c, laund, r 17 Lexington ave 

" Dave, c, butler Dr Fakes, r same 

" ED, foreman Ashe Cot mills, r 122 Roberts 

" Eddie, c, wks tobacco factory, r 26 Eagle 

Strings, even the best, will break in \ Tr|||#' Miioin Unnon 
course of time. The freshest, clean- [ P Ct 1 1\ b If I lib IU 11 U USB, 
est and best stock always at J is Patton Avenue. 



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FlianiiiK'ist and < liemist. ( Avenue. J charge. 

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Johnson Ella, c, r 112 Roberts 

" Ella, c, cook Arcadia Hotel, r same w :?U 

" Ellen, c, r 17 Mountain o-cr^ 

" Emma, c, cook H D Baker, r same ^2.3 

" Ernest, painter, bds Arcadia Hotel ^^ n 

" Miss Eva S, r 39 Depot -,'"•< 

" Miss Fannie, r 99 Park ave a - q <" 

" Frances, c, servant Mrs A T Basler, r 38 S Pine ^^ r- 

" Frank, wks Ashe Woodwkg Co ^,n< 

Johnson Fred A, city editor AsheviHe Daily Gazette, bds 76 Sgf™ 

Liberty o E. H 

" George O, elk H C Johnson, bds 39 Depot qrto a 

" George W, c, porter Hampton & Featherston £ q! 

" Harvey, c, lab, r rear 63 Madison i^ ™ 

" Hattie, r Cripple Creek ^B'^ 

" Henry, c, delivery J C Randall, r Baptist Hill & ~ ™ 

" Henry, c, lab, r 10 McDowell 

" Henry, c, station hand Sou Ry 

" Horace, c, lab, r 30 Clemmons 

" Hugh C, groceries and feed, 38 N Main, r 39 Depot 

" I J, c, whitewashes r 25 Baptist Hill 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable InCllfPUPP Johnston Building, 13 Court 

stock companies. XllaUl dll^C Square, Asheville, N. C 

Johnson James, c, lab, r 34 Lexington ave 

" James, c, waiter Woodlawn Cafe, r 50 Catholic ave 

" James P, c, lab, r 50 Poplar 
Johnson John M, business mngr Gazette, r 76 Liberty 

" Julia, c, laund, r 17 Mountain 

" Letha, c, cook F A Sumner, r same 
Johnson Mrs L A, furniture 32 S Main, r same, tel 166, (see 
card) 

" Lisbon A, c, Martin's barber shop, r 381 S Main 

" Logan, <r, lab, r Baptist Hill near S Pine 

" Lou, c, nurse Mrs J M Alexander, r same 

" Louisa, (wid J N B), r 83 Valley 

" Louise, cook, r 178 Bailey 

" Lucy, c, r 121 Roberts 

" Maggie, c, cook, r 122 Church 

" Major D, condr Sou Ry, r 5 Park PI 

" Miss Mamie, r Mountain s w cor S Pine 

" Mrs Margaret, r 59 Brick 

" Martha, r 121 Roberts 

" Martha, e, baker Swannanoa Hotel 

" Martha M, c, cook E B Welles, r same 



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Ullw I I lUU OlUI Cl Clothing, Dry Goods, Small 1 



Nos. 7 &. 9 
Patton Ave. 

Wares, 
Fancy Goods, Shoes and Hats. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,{ 

Pharmacist and < li< mist (. 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



Nothing but the purest 
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used in Prescriptions. 



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Johnson Mary, c, wks Ashe Steam Laund, r 146 Church 

" Mary, c, servant R O Neville, r same 

" Miss Mary, r 59 Brick 

" Mark, c, cook Biltmore, r 109 S Beaumont 

" Mary, c, cook, r cor Valley and Sycamore 

" Mary, c, laund, r 15 Mountain 

" Mary, c, cook H G Chandler, r same 

" Mary E, c, chambermaid, r no Davidson 

" Mary E, c, servant Everett House, r same 

" Matilda, c, laund, r rear 55 Depot, Revell's Row 

" Mattie, c, cook, r 25 Baptist Hill 

" Mattie, c, r 102 Mountain 

" Miles, c, lab, r rear 28 Valley 

" Minnie, c, chambermaid 24 Bailey, r same 

" Minnie, c, wks tobacco facty, r 26 Eagle, Happy Hollow 

" Minnie c, laund, r Baptist Hill, near S Pine 

" Miss Minnie C, teacher Montford ave graded school, r 76 

Liberty 

" Mrs Mollie, r 26 Buttrick 

'' Nannie C, (wid Josiah), r 24 Depot 

" Miss Nina K, r 76 Liberty 

I1IL .|.. M ! A Fruits, Confectioneries, Cigars, Tobacco, 

WhO leSS 6 P^s, etc., at 

f f iiuiuuuiu ALLEN , S FRU | T AND C)GAR STORE, opposite P. 0.. 

Johnson Noble A, bkkpr A D Cooper, bds 68 Spruce 

" Obadiah K, prop California Fruit Store, r 22 Montford 

" Ominta, c, laund, r 61 Hill 

" Oshia, c, laund, r rear 55 Depot, Revell's Row 

" Paul J, printer Skyland News, r 37 Starnes ave 

'' Roxie, c, laund, r rear 3 Gray 

" S A, asst eng Ashe St Ry Co 

" Samuel, c, r 37 Buttrick 

" Sarah, c, cook J R Graham, r same 

" Sue J, (wid James S), r 39 East 

" T G, spinner Ashe Cot Mills 

" Thomas, c, wks tobacco facty, r 26 Eagle 

" Thomas, elk Glenn Bros, bds 22 Central ave 

" Thomas P, tinner John R Rich & Son, mem hose Co A F D 

" Viney, c, chambermaid The Brexton, r same 

" Wheaton, c, lab, r rear 63 Madison 

" Wm, c, lab, r rear 63 Madison 

" Wm, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 

" Wm, c, driver Cowan & Oates, r 13 Gray 

" Wm, c, lab, r Dixontown 

" Wm E, (McDowell & Johnson), genl grocers 

RING UP TELEPHONE 95. 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

43 WEST COELEG-E STREET. 



W HI I L Ui SMI I H, I Hi Ui) J ° \ X \ Key West and "Domestic, 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



60 Patton) ™i5 CIGARS, 
\ Key West and i 
Avenue. J always on hand. 



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Johnston Alice, c, teacher, r 29 Catholic ave QJ 

Johnston Building, Public square, cor South Main *■< 

" Eliza, (wid Hugh), r 4 Charlotte r-> 

" Harold E, student, bds Hazel Township beyond city limits ^3 

" Hill J, c, drayman, r 29 Catholic ave 

" James P, c, lab Farmer's warehouse, r 50 Poplar ^3 

" Miss Lelia May, r 5 Grove Q3 

" Miss Lillie, r 4 Charlotte ^ ' 

" Marshall H, prof nurse, r 30 Hillside 

tl Martha, c, pastry cook Swannanoa Hotel, r 29 Catholic ave 
Johnston Robert B, real estate (original) and mountain lands, 
office 20 Temple Court, r W Asheville 

" Robert P, lieut corps eng U S A, r Hazel Township beyond 
city limits, W Asheville 

" Sarah, c, cook, r 29 Catholic ave 

'' Sarah E Miss, r 5 Grove 

" Scofield, c, driver, r 29 Catholic ave E^£ 

" Thomas D, capitalist, r 5 Grove 

Vessie, c, chambermaid Ingleside, r same B9 

Jonston, Wm, jr, with R B Johnston 20 Temple Court, bds w ^^ 

Hazel township beyond city limits, W Asheville 

WAf3\FT? & WITT**! builders and contractors, 

tf AXX LI Vj l\ 4V M IUJJO5 Office 32 & 3* Patton Ave., Asheville. N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 

e>W Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

Jones Abram V, (A V Jones & Co), stationers 53 Patton ave, 
r 7 Blake (see adv) 
" Addie, c, r 44 Eagle 

" Alexander S jr, jeweler, bds 7 Blake "• 

" Amanda, c, cook Mrs Mary O'Conner, r same 

Jones A V & Co, (A V Jones & Mrs B D Jones), stationery, O 

news, etc, 54 Patton ave (see adv) Q O 

Jones & Barnard, (W W Jones AlfS Barnard), lawyers, 6 and -q •* 

7 Johnston bldg 73 ^ 

" Belle D Mrs, (wid A S), (A V Jones & Co), r 7 Blake O J 

" B K, mgr Ashe Mercantile Co, r Gray Gables J* *< 

Jones Benjamin M, Asheville St R R Co, bds 94 College £ ^ 

" Charles, c, lab, r 8 Sorrel W O 

" Charles E, bds 97 College "^ 2 

" Charles H, c, lab, r 8 Sorrel O a 

" Daniel A, shipping elk Ashe Mertantile Co, r Chunn's Cove J^ $P 

" E Belle D Miss, student, r 7 Blake X 

" Edward C, bkkpr J E Dickerson & Co, bds cor College and 

Vance 

" Eliza, c, cook J M Lorrick, r same 2 A> 

" Elizabeth E Miss, r 97 College ™ C7Q 
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THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, l^SV^Ss^, 

Distillers' Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' R\ es, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. FRANK O'AO.XNliLL, Proprietor. 



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I I III Uij -J ypleasiint attention given 

Pharmacist and Chemist. / Avenue. J to customers. 



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Jones Felitus M, (McFee & Jones), r 156 Bailey 

" Frank, c, waiter Oaks Hotel 

" F M, deputy sheriff, r 156 Bailey 

" Frederick, barber 100 Patton ave, r 18 Depot 

" George, c, butler Ingleside, rsame 

" George C, engr Sou Ry, bds 2 Park Place 

" George W, butcher McFee & Jones, bds 53 College 

(/) " George W, Meat Market, r se cor Haywood and Jefferson 

— ■ Drive 

^ " Grace McH Miss, teacher Orange-street High School, r 26 
^5 Clayton 

LiJ " Henry C, justice peace 4 N CtSq (2d floor), r 146 S Main 

^^ " Henry T, driver G A Greer, r Doubleday 

I " Henrietta E, (wid Thomas), r 277 S Main 

«_^ " Hohen, c } lab, r 96 Hazzard 

" James E, carp, r 277 S Main 

q58 " James R, student, bds 282 Southside ave 

^^ " John, carp, r rear 125 Blanton 

" Julia Miss, cook Mrs W N Hatch, r Montford ave 

" Junius E, driver G A Greer, r Doubleday 

" Kate, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills. 



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I Ol O III I III Six years Reside 



PARAGON BUILDING. Eight vears with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt. 

5 Six years Resident Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



-L Jones Katie, <r, housekprs helper Battery Park Hotel, r 16 Maiden 
23 Lane 

' K Porter, secy Ashe Mercantile Co, r Gray Gables 

" Laura, c, r 77 Mountain 

" Laura M Miss, r 53 W College 

" Lillie, c, cook C E Bennett, r same 

s<_i j " Loretta Miss, domestic J Justice, r same 

W " L Woodfin Mrs, r 26 Clayton 

£ * " Mary Mrs, r W Hill near Maiden Lane 

S g •' Mary G Miss, r 97 College 

u O " Mattie, c, r Sorrel 

g " May G Miss, artist, r 7 Blake 



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H " MR Mrs. (J G Lance & Co), r Avery's Creek 
Myra, c, laund, r rear 8 Clayton 
oc % " Reuben, c, steward's helper, Battery Park Hotel 

5 (J> " Robert L, fireman Ashe Wood Wkg Co, bds 485 Depot 

4 " Smith, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 
££ Jones Thomas A, (Davidson & Jones), lawyers, 6, 7 and 8 

5 Temple Court, r 130 Cumberland ave 

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Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio 
lins, a complete line. One price only 
and that the lowest known, at 



;}Falk's Music House, 

) 48 PATTON A VIM E. 



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j I !ii Ui( v complete in every re- 

Pharmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 

JON 253 JUS 

Jones Thomas, c, wks Vanderbilts, r 423 Short Bailey 

" Virginia, c, cook R O Patterson, r same 

" Wm/, lab, r Dixontown 

" Wm C, grocer, r 282 Southside ave 

" Wm E, c, barber Martin's barber shop, r 16 Valley 
Jones Wm M, sash, blinds, doors and building material; West 
Haywood cor Riverside Drive, r 35 Penland (see adv) 

" Wm S, carp, r 277 S Main 

" W W, printer Gazette 
Jones Wm W (Jones & Barnard), lawyers, r 97 College 
Jordan Albert, c, lab, r 25 Clemmons 

" Armstead, c, lab, r S Pine 
Jordan Charles 3, physician, office 13 Church, tel 103, bds 
Charlotte cor Chestnut, tel 235 

" Frank M, harnessmkr J M Alexander, r 48 Seney 
George B, c, carp 

" George E, trav, r 244 Chestnut 
Jordan John Y, traveling ; chairman Democratic Club, r 26 

Flint 
Jordan John Y Jr, r 26 Flint 

<f Lavinia, c, cook, r 72 S Pine 

Rogers' Book Store Is ™l^!ll FIND 

Jordan Mariah, c, laund, r 20 Willow 

" Martha Mrs, r 244 Chestnut 

" Mollie, c, cook L M Bourne, r same 

" Wm, c, delivery McFee & Jones 
Joyce Wm A, tinner J R Rich & Son, bds 46 S Main 
Joyner James E, contr and builder, r near Sulphur Springs, P O 

- Inanda N C 
Justice Bessie S Miss, dressmkr, r 394 N Main 

" Bettie, c, chambermaid Glen Rock Hotel, r same 

" Clara Miss, nurse Mission Hospital, r same 

" Decatur, bds 60 McDowell 

" Edward H, elk, bds 60 McDowell 

" Ethel N Miss, r 42 Bailey 

" G W Mrs, boarding and dressmkg, r 6 S Spruce 

" Geo W, carp, r 42 Bailey 
Justice Geo W Jr, lawyer 3 W Ct Sq, r 6 S Spruce 

" Harriet L Mrs, r 48 Clayton 

" Henry, c, janitor Y M Institute bldg, r W Asheville 

" John, painter, r 50 Highland 

" John,^, eng Mod Steam Laund 

" Joseph L, painter, bds 394 N Main 



TRUSTWORTHY SHOES from such 
makers as ZlEdLER. BANISTER, HEY- 
WOOD, PACKARD & EWALD. 

m- One price system. J 7 and 9 PATIOJI AVENUE. 

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H. Redwood & Co., 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,{ 

.Pharmacist anil I'heniist. I 



60 Ptltton) Tooth Powders, Tooth 
V Brushes. Everything 
Avenue. \ for the Teeth. 



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<lf) Justice Livinia Miss, dressmkr, bds 394 N Main 
IS " Lula A Miss, r 42 Bailey 
■9 " Melvin E, driver, bds 136 Poplar 

~" O " Robert B, county surveyor and magistrate, r 103 Broid 
O C " Thomas B, painter, bds 394 N Main 
|— © " Wm C, farmer, r 60 McDowell 
^ o Justice Wm D, genl blacksmithing and repairing W College, 

<0 r 394 N Main (see card) 

^J " Wm F, dentist, bds 60 McDowell 
DL l, " Wm J, solicitor Chambers & Weaver & Co's Stables, bds 6 S 
Spruce 
Wm S, r 136 Poplar 
^T Joyner Clemie L Mrs, notions 173 Roberts, r same 
" Jennie Mrs, dressmkr 12 N Ct Sq, r same 
" Joshua W, r 173 Roberts 

KNOWING that the work of the Model Steam Laundry gives 
satisfaction, you should not hesitate where to send your 
linen, Church street. 

Kane John K, r 8 Blake 

" Mary C S Miss, r 8 Blake 

Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



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Keating Michael, chief cook Swannanoa Hotel 

" Ward, c, lab J R Rich & Son 
Keeler S Irving, pub Keeler's Guide, N Court Sq, r 57 Hillside 
Keeling Edwin D, bag agt Ash Tranfer Co, bds Montford 
Keen Charles, elk Glen Rock Hotel, r same 
Keith Edwin W, lawyer Druhmor bldg, bds 146 Chestnut 

" J A, elk James J Treadway, bds Allen House 

" Mattie E Miss, r Allen House 

" Sarah V Mrs, proprietress Allen House, r 179 S Main 

" Willie J, painter, r Allen House 179 S Main 
Kelch Wm, c, butler J E Rankin, r same 
Kell, see also Keller. 

Kell J Leonidas, painter, r 29 Central ave 
Keller Ira, chief eng Swannanoa Ice Co, r Biltmore 

" Mary J, (wid Leroy), r 16 Charlotte 
Kelley, see also Kelly 

Kelley Miss Mamie, domestic The Brexton, r same 
Kelly Miss Dozia, wks Oakland Heights, r 4 Frederick 

'' Isaac, c, driver J M Gudger, r 121 French Broad ave rear 
Kemp Adams, c, lab, r rear 55 Depot, Revell's Row 

" Arena, (wid David), bds 28 Hillside 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue. Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., |™ t 

I'h itiiiii<i<l and < li< misi ( 



GO Pa< ion ) Prescriptions 

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KEM 255 KIL ogg 

Kemp Eli.sha M, r, janitor 1st Nat Bank Bldg, r 206 S Main Ss!^ 

" John R, delivery R L Carter, bds 28 Hillside pS [h 

Kendall Edward W, furnt mfg, bds 117 Haywood trs QC 

Kenilworth Inn, Henry Clair propr, 1^ miles s e of city !£* 

Kennedy Minnie, ^, r 213 S Beaumont g® tw 

" Louise, nurse, r rear 120 Poplar £-S!^ 

" Patrick, bds 122 French Broad ave ?£ O 

" Rhoda, c, r rear 120 Poplar • " O 

" Samuel, salesman, r 50 Penland ■ ? ^ 

Kerksey Harriet, c, agt, r 205 S Main ' a-jf^ 

Kerr Miss Annie P, r 31 Penland *" — r ~~ J 

" Miss Carrie S, r 31 Penland ____ 

" Miss Charlotte, r 95 Charlotte M 
" George D, watchman P O, bds 31 Penland 
" Harriet A, (wid Wra M), r 31 Penland 
" Miss Hattie I, r 31 Penland 

Kerr John P, postmaster; (The Citizen Co), r 31 Penland 
" Miss Lizzie, r 48 Spruce 
" Miss Phoebe E, dressmaker, r 68 Depot 
Kesler Rev Agustus G, c, presiding elder Knoxville district, r 66 f^ 

Mountain V J 



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DVCRTISINC \ Control City Street Car Advertising. ^—^ 

rCNrv / Pre pare and plac Newspaper Advertising 

libiivT . ■ ■ ■ I Contractors for Western North Carolina 



Kesler Nellie, c, laund, r 66 Mountain **^ 

Kesterson Abraham, carp, r 212 Avery ***"^ 

" Andrew J, lab, 1-212 Avery ™V^ 

" John W, lab, r 212 Avery * 

Kesson Quincy, c, elk J C Randall, bds 193 Valley 

Ketchum Wm L, real estate, r n w cor Cumberland and Bearden c< 

Kever John L, barkeeper Hampton and Featherston, r 15 Short M 

Kienle Andrew, jeweler Temple Court Bldg, Patton ave, r cor S 

Chunn and Reed 2 

" Ferdinand, jeweler, bds cor Chunn and Reed rrj 

Kiibler Richard E, bkkpr F Zimmerman, r cor College and $Q 

Davidson .- 

Kilgore David, c, lab, r rear cor Merrimon and Orange g 

" Jennie F, c, cook Dr J H Williams, r same g 

" Patty, c, cook Judge G A Shuford, r same 
Kilgoe Wm, c, lab, r 167 Valley 3 

" Lee, c, wks Kenilworth Inn, r 64 Eagle 
Kilpatrick John, c, fireman So Ry, r 208 Depot 

" Wm P, mechanic Vanderbilt Estate, r 24 Silver 
Killian James, wks Skyland Furniture Co, r 15 Turner 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, flgSSKZ.***. 

Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and > Aetioirillo "M O 
vicinity. Frank O'Donnell, Proprietor. / rlaUcvlllc, IN. \~>. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. I A\emie. ) I 



60 PattOD | prescriptions, 
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Killian John, c, driver J Fullam, r 118 Poplar 
" Maxwell A, carp, r 15 Turner 

" Monroe, c, janitor Dr McBrayer, r 102 Short Bailey 
Kime Henry, carp, bds 339 S Main 
E'p j? Kincaide James, c, wks Falk's Music Store, r Cripple Creek 
s^-c'g " Salhe, c, r Cripple Creek 
I'll 5 King Miss Annie, bds 88 N Main 
* — r — ' " Avery, c, wks Kenilworth Inn 

iv " Charles G, opr Sou Ry, rms Urhumor Bldg 

•' Columbus, c, wks Ashe Ice & Coal Co, 
CI " Henry B, r Merrimon n e cor Hillside 

fej " Mrs Mary A, r Avery nr Cot Mills 

J r> " Miss Minnie, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r Avery nr Cot Mills 
«9 " Pendleton, r Merrimon ave n e cor Hillside 
gj \\ " Robt H, wks Ash Woodwkg Co 

■ q " Robert P, shoemaker, r Cripple Creek 
foa ft " Sallie, c, cook, r 43 Poplar 

SB Pj Kingsmore S W, elk P O, bds Slagle Hotel 

■*■ p> Kinley John, c, driver Dr A Crawford, r same 

■" fo Kinnan Miss Edith W, saleslady The Bazaar, r 14 Grove 

■ " Mrs Etha G, (The Bazaar), r 14 Grove 

Fine Hams, Breakfast Bacon, 
Smoked Tongues and Lard. 

ij ^=iion>T^: S3. 

C/y Kinnan Miss Grace I, (The Bazaar), r 14 Grove 
J&&1 " Miss Majorie, saleslady The Bazaar, r 14 Grove 

£r " Wm A, (The Bazaar), "r Washington D C 

^_ Kirby Lula, c, nurse 70 Liberty, r 35 Woodfin 
^» Kirk George, c, lab, r 35 Hill 

Kirkpatnck James, carriage painter Svvicegood & Brown, bds 53, 
03 College 

2^* Kitt Samuel, c, lab, r 22 Poplar 
"■™ a Kizer Douglas, asst miller Ashe Milling Co 
«— " Logan, carp, bds 9 Walnut 

" W, driver Ice & Coal Co 
Klutz W T, frgt condr Sou Ry 

Knight St Clair, (James Wolfe Meat Co) r W Asheville 
C<?0 Knuckles Charles W, c, barber Biltmore, r rear 285 S Main 
" Harry, c, servant W W Jones, r rear 285 S Main 
Q3 " James S, c, waiter Swannanoa Hotel, r 68 Mountain 

I ZZZ Knox Hodge, c, porter Sou Ry, r 94 Roberts 
* *^. Kny Louis T, glass engraver 59 S Main, r same 

CD Koester Mrs Frances J, bds 21 Woodfin 
,f Kohnstamm David, butcher, r 61 Chestnut 
C/3 Konigsberg C J, (H Freidenberg & Co) r 14 S Spruce 




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PIANOS and ORGANS 



line of 1 1 All wU Ctllvl V/JAVJ j\ Al O on easy installments, at 

FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, PIi.G.,j 



60 Patton ) £*£J"iB?°! „ 

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Pharmacist and Chemist. I -^-veuuo. ) always onhaud 

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Konigsberg Lewis, (H Friedenberg & Co) r 14 S Spruce cd » 

Koppelberger Mrs Clara, boarding, 31 Grove *+ ©" 

Kosky Anton, tailor 1 Patton ave, r 14 Philip ° o 

Kost Jacob, chef Battery Park Hotel, r same — • ^ 
Krummacker Christian, decorator Vanderbilt Mansion, bds 87 «> as 

Bailey = 

Kuizenga Eldred N, elk G A Mears & Son, bds 145 S Main 

" Henry, elk Morgan & Alexander, rms Pisgah Hotel ujjilm 

Kuntz Selina, r 61 Chestnut fifcl 
Kuykendall Elijah, carp, bds 2 View 

" John, carp, bds 2 View we§ 

" Miss Mattie, domestic Mrs L Ryan, r same ■ 

■' Nathan A, carp, r S Seney 

" Pinkney D, elk Model Steam Laundry, r 37 S Spruce 
Kyles Minnie, c, nurse, r rear 278 S Beaumont 

LADIES who patronize the Model Steam Laundry have ex- 
pressed their satisfaction in the highest terms. Church St. 

LaBarbe Amos P, steward Swannanoa Hotel, r 158 Chestnut 
" Miss Elizabeth L, milliner Miss N L LaBarbe, r 158 Chest- 
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RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable Ty» ciiv>n Tint* Johnston Building, 13 Court S? y w 

stock companies. lUauidllUOi Square, Asheville, N. C. ** » 



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LaBarbe Hugh M, day elk Swannanoa Hotel, bds same £ |S" 

" Miss N L, millinery 61 S Main, r 158 Chestnut ~ g"^ 

Lacy James M, 2dhand furniture, 32 N Main, r Doubleday °* w .§ 

Lackey Miss Drucilla, r 168 Park ave « S|; 

Lacount Wm, c, wks Kenilworth Inn 1 — £^ 

Lidd Edward L, (Childs & Ladd), r Siagle Hotel a » g 

Ladder Jane, c, servant 72 Mountain ™ -""h 

" Thomas, c, livery, r 18 Clemmons *»» w£ 

Lael Miss Martha J, dressmaker, r 62 Woodfin 4? * a 

Laighton Mrs L C, r 140 Chestnut S s^ 

Lakey Miss Cleo, r Cripple Creek =s £"*j 

" John W, cigar maker A Trifield, bds 97 Blanton "^ -■§' 

" Louisa C, (wid J S), r 51 Blanton §2. 

" Walter L, wks Asheville Hotel billiard room, bds 51 Blanton ^S 

Lai Miss Jennie, dressmkr Mrs A V Calkrell, r 62 Woodfin 

Lamb John N, car inspr Sou Ry, r 97 Depot ^ 

" Robert, car inspr Sou Ry, bds 12 Jefferson Drive "0 

" Thomas, wks Sou Ry, r 85 Depot o o 

Lambert G H, veterinary surgeon, r 140 Chestnut ^ ^ 

" H S, r 140 Chestnut cna M 

" Miss Mary, r 24 Seney Ni 

f0ra '^ocUatc"7e f ct?ncfs C s e ee H. RedWOOd & CO., NOS. 7 & 9 PdttOIl kU. 

Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats and Shoes. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,f 6 o patton l 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I Avenue. J 



fiO P-itfnn ^ r make a 

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LAM 258 LAT 

Lambert W H, agt Defter Bros' varnishes 33 Pattern ave, r 140 

Chestnut, (see back paster) 
Lancaster J Luke, barkppr The Bonanza Wine & Liquor Co, r 34 

Marjorie 
Lance Joseph G, (J G Lance & Co), r 327 Haywood 

" J G & Co, (J G Lance, M R Jones), grocers 327 Haywood 
Lancy Calvin, spinner Ashe Cot mills 
Land Cluster, weaver Ashe Cot mills, bds 466 W Haywood 

" Jasper H, wks cotton mills, r 44 W Haywood 

" Jessie, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r 44 W Haywood 

" Lula, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r 44 W Haywood 

" Moses, c, wks Swannanoa Hotel, r 136 S Pine 

" Wm T, r 466 W Haywood 
Landers Wm, r 198 Southside ave 
Landrum Martha, c, nurse, r 20 Cumberland ave 
Lane Etta, c, laund, r 198 S Main 

" Orline, c, laund, r 198 S Main 

" Rachel, c, laund, r 198S Main 
Laney Lee, weaver Ashe Cot mills 

" Lillie, wks Ashe Cot mills 

" Rufus, tinner's helper J R Rich & Son 

5L PINE CIQARE ni TIIMCI}fl. W; ^ s '^»^^^gfr' 

LU Laney Wm, weaver Ashe Cot mills 

tt ^ Lanford Stiles P, painter, r 31 Davidson 
Lang, see also Lange 

" Charles B, bkkpr W M Hill & Co, r 30 Cherry 
Z 3 Lange Jesse J, saloon 17 W College cor Lexington ave, r same, 
G- ^ (see corner cards) 

2 I p! Lange John H, mngr Glen Rock Hotel opp pass depot, r same-* 

Lange Lawrence P, elk Glen Rock Hotel, r same 
Oi g " Rachael S, (wid J H), r 173 Haywood 

' Xavier, elk Men's Outfitter, bds 173 Haywood 
2 y Lange's Billiard & Pool Parlors, Jesse J Lange prop, cor 
ay ^ ^ W College & Lexington ave, rear Berkerly hotel 

¥ < \\ Lanning Emma, c, cook Elsie Samelton, r same 
Z § <j " James H, farmer, r 62 Woodfin, 3d floor 
■^ I E " Wm, wks Ashe Cot mills, r 212 Avery 
Jjj I ^ Lapham Mrs Mary E, r 14 Grove 

H Lardes Wm E, barber Glen Rock hotel 
^ h Largent Lucy, c, chambermaid Kenilworth Inn, r same 
^ Larsen Henry C, wks Biltmore, r 44 Depot 
O Latham Eanny, c, cook, r 184 Phifer 

O \» " George, c, lab, r 22 Clemmons 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY. 

Phone 95. Near Post-oilice. 43 West College Street. 






WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., f 6 ° Patton l 

Pharmacist ami Chemist. ( Avenue. J jj 



60 Pattonl foundries, 
oaps, 
ponges. 



LAT 259 LEA ^^ 

Latham James, c, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfy, r 22 Clemmons <— > 

Latimer John, c, waiter Kenihvorth Inn, r 124 Haywood —■* 

" Lizzie, c, cook 124 Haywood, r same QJ 

" Wra A, merchant, r 176 Merrimon ave "^ 

Lmmore Annie, c, laund, r 167 S Main *■ J 

" John, c, cook Woodlawn Cafe, r 167 S Main ■"* 

" Joseph, c, wks A M Field, r 167 S Main *^^ 

" Mary, laund, r rear 103 Montford ave p* 

" Wm, c, lab, r 65 McDowell — ■* 

Lntta Jane, c, laund, r 65 Mountain E2 . 

" Thomas, c, driver Miss Polley, r Mountain £/3 

Laughter Columbus C, lab, r Avery nr cotton mills U" 

" Jeff, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r nr same CD 

" Lula, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r nr same C/J 

Law John H, silverware and china, 35 Patton ave, bds College " — 
cor Vance 

Lawrence John, c, lab, r rear 27 Brick ^^ 

" Rilla, c, cook A B Mackey, r same "^^ 

" Thomas, pres Normal and Collegiate Institute, r same ,^^ 

' ; Wm A, electrician, r 261 S Main ^^ 

Lawston John, c } yardman Glen Rock Hotel, r same 






WiflUfi C- WIT T £1 BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 
»l Atl^rift, IV U IUIJO5 Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N.C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
<*g* Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

Lay John G, carp Vanderbilt's est, r 273 Haywood 

Layton Robert, c, lab Biltmore, r 101 S Beaumont 

Leach Mrs E E, Faith Mission, matron Lindley Home, r 344 Bailey 

" Wm, c, eng helper Battery Park Hotel 
Leadbetter, see also Ledbetter 

" Alfred, coachman T W Patton, r same 
" Henry, c, blksmith Biltmore, r 8 McDowell 
Leadford, see also Led ford . ■ . 

" Benjamin, carp, r 110 Pearson Drive 

" Miss Bettie, r no Pearson Drive ■ ■ 

" Lily, r 39 Pearson Drive «AJ 

" Wm, lab, r 39 Pearson's Drive "- 

" Wm, wks Vanderbilt Nursery, bds 45 Spring « 

Leak Daniel A, c, plasterer, r3 Catholic Hill <=> ^ 

Leadwell John W, wks cotton mills, r 195 Roberts "g ,» 

Lealand Belle, c, cook F T Meriwether, r same =5: % 

Leath Jesse H, freight elk Sou Ex Co, bds Asheviile Hotel ^ S. 

" Jesse, elk Sou Ex Co, bds 159 Patton ave S S» 

" Robert T, route agt Sou Ex Co, bds Asheville Hotel ^ I= " 

Leatherwood Andrew R, c, prop Ashe Steam Dye Works, r ~ 2. 

113 Cherry. (See leftside lines) S° £% 



When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER a-d BRANDIES, call at 

19 North Main Street, 

7 and 7V 2 West College Street, 
FRANK O'DONNELL. Propr. 



The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores; 



WHITEG.SMITH,Ph.G.,{ G ° Paitu l 

Pharmacist and Chemist, I A\euue. J 



HO Pnttmi 1 The purest 

Drugs 4 Chemi- 
cals always used 
iu Prescriptions. 



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LEA 260 LEE 

Leatherwood Thomas L, c, Editor and publisher Colored 
Enterprise, local secy and treas and agt Royal Benefit 
Soc of N Y, (branch office) South Ct Sq, r no Cherry. 
(See left side lines) 
Ledbetter Isaac C, lab, 132 Davidson 

" James A, c, musician, bds 162 S Beaumont 

" Rufus, c, lab, r 147 Valley 

" Thomas, c, laund, r 17 Atkin 

" Thomas E, c, street contractor, r 17 Atkin 
Ledford, *ce also Leadford 

'*' J M, (Hampton & Ledford), bds Aldine 
Ledwell Ithama G, painter, r 20 Oak Dale ave 
Lee, see also Leigh 

" Miss Amelia B, r 26 Flint 

" Miss Annie G, r 26 Flint 

" Miss Bessie B, r 26 Flint 

" Benjamin M, city engineer, office City Hall, r 56 Church 

" Caleb C, c, cook Kenihvorth Inn, r 285 S Main 

" Miss Caroline E, r 148 Cumberland ave 

" Charles T, wks Empire Stables, bds N Main 

" Mrs Cora G, r 32 Buttrick 



SQMSTI4 ARCH TEC), ■ 7h7lat^M'r7R.'M! Hum! 
I Olfll I ill Six years Resident^ Architect _for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 



PARAGON BUILDING. Eight vears with 

the late Mr. R. M. Hunt, 
t Architect for G. W. Van 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



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Lee Daniel U, farmer, 1-52 Hillside 

" Elias, c, lab, r 6 Sorrell 

" Emma, c, laund, r 18 McDowell 

" Frank M, bkkpr Western Carolina Bank, bds 26 Flint 

" Harry, elk, bds 2 Park ave 

" Harry, c, driver W O Wolfe, r 58 Poplar 

" Henry, c, barber 18^ N Main, bds 50 N Mam 

" Henry, c, lab, r 6 Sorrell 

" John L, lumberman, r 2 Park ave 

" James H, bkkpr Slayden, Fakes & Co, r 145 Cumberland 
ave 
Lee Mrs Julia A, boarding, r 26 Flint. [See card] 

" Miss Lore E, artist, r 2 Park ave 

" Miss Mary, r 39 Haywood 

" Miss Mary, r 79 N Main 

" Miss Mattie H, r 8t, Bailey 

'' Mrs Mattie, artist Lindsey's studio, r 2 Park ave 
Lee Niel, 2d hand goods 27 N Main, r 52 Hillside (see classfy 
ad) 

" Miss Olga B, r 2 Park ave 

" Ralph E, elk Nat S Rogers Lumber Co, bds 26 Flint 

"'■^fcrafT^T-Jfe^^^FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE 

Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G. 



60 Patton ) £**?$ Books, 



,1 ■■■v„- , f A full line of 

Pharmacist aud Chemist, l. -rt-\ciju«.. j Leather Goods. 

LEE 261 LEW |g. " 

Lee Reuben F, chief police, office City Hall, r 79 N Main ^ Ss. 

" Robert H, contracting painter 83 Bailey, r same ||g 

'i Miss Sarah, r 39 Haywood ^c2, 

" Walter, c, lab, r 6 Sorrel °~3 

" Walter H, student, bds 148 Cumberland ave c 3 S. 

" Wm, driver D G Noland, bds 79 N Main g2.f 

.Leech, seen I so Leach le.© 

" Wm, c, fireman Battery Park Hotel, r 52 Davidson 
Leeper Lewis F, carp, r 26 Hillside 

Legal Building 1 , South Court Square | * 

Leland John, c, driver, r 133 S Pine QJ 

Lemmond Marcus M, prin Sou Business College, r cor Pat- *-** 

ton ave and Ct Sq (see adv) f-i-4 

" Wm, c, sexton Presbyterian Church, r 10 Maiden Lane ^Q 

Lenoir Alice P, c, chambermaid, r 156 Church ^^ 

" Clara, c, ironer Model Steam Laundry, r 156 Church |^^ 

" Ester E, c, laund, r 156 Church ^^ " 

" Hester P, c, chambermaid, r 156 Church Ml 

" Horace, cook Swannanoa Hotel } * 

" Isham, c, lab, r 156 Church -<^w 

" John, c, porter Sou Ry, r 112 Roberts 

TOURISTS MAKE ROGERS' BOOK ©0 
STORE THEIR HEADQUARTERS. 

Lenoir Lida, c, ironer Model Steam Laundry, r 156 Church HH 

" Lou, c, servant Mrs A Hood, r same * * 

" Martha, c, cook 273 Haywood, r same ^^^ 

" Rebecca, c, chambermaid 115 Haywood, r 156 Church >J^* " 

Leonard Caleb, carp, r 118 French Broad ave I) J 

" Charles B, contractor and builder 130 S Main, r same * 1 

Leslie C M, tinner, rms Pisgah Hotel ^£. 

" Miss Mary, r 72 Mountain t ft 

Leventhop Thomas, c, waiter Church st Restaurant, bds 50 Eagle V4 

Levy Ellis, (Guarantee Shoe Store) r 44 Penland 

Miss Flora, r 44 Penland , — ■ — , 

Levy M, prop The Guarantee Shoe Store 30 Patton ave, r 44 o . 

Penland (see front fly) =3: *I 

" Miss Millie, r 95 College S *• 

" Miss Minnie, saleswoman Palais Royal, r 44 Penland J«| 

" Moses M, r 95 College — J 

" Miss Nettie C, saleswoman Bon Marche, r 44 Penland =- _^ 

" Rosa, (wid Abram \) r 95 College «. pf 

Lewis Harrison, c, head waiter Swannanoa Hotel co Q 

" Miss Helen, r 161 Bailey 3 -^ 

" Lizzie, c, laund F O'Donnell, r same s* (ft 

^Tolu ce H. KEI) W0>D & CO.. Nos. 7 and 9 Patton Ave., 

Full lines of CLOTHING, MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS, 
SMALL WARES, HATS an4 SHOES. 



WHITE G.SMITH. Ph. G., 

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A von up ' Pharmacist, and 
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Lewis Mariah Rosalie, (wid Dr Win B) r 14 Starnes ave 

" Narcissa, (wid Joseph L) r 325 Bailey 

" Miss Raven, r 161 Bailey 
Lid die Henry, c, lab, r Peach Row 

" Junor, c, laund, r Peach Row 
Lieberman Frank G, dentist Drhumor bldg, bds cor College and 

Vance 
Liles George W, c, driver Dr C E Hilliard, r 42 Hill 
Lindsey Annie, c, r 40 Short 

" Henry A, Natural History Store 12 Ct Sq, r 290 College 

" Miss Lula M, clkT H Lindsey, r Sunset Lodge 

" Mamie, c, r Dixontown 

" Mary E, c, laund, r 12 Cumberland ave 

" Robert, eng Kenilworth Inn, r same 

" Sarah, e, wks Ashe Steam Laundry, r Valley 

" Rev Saul, c, r Dixontown 

" Thomas H, photographer Dickerson bldg S Ct Sq, r Sun- 
set Lodge 
Linebaugh Mary J, (wid Daniel) r 88 Charlotte 

" Miss Novella, compositor F M Messier, r 88 Charlotte 
Lineberry Charles, wks Ashe Woodwking Co, r 511 W Haywood 



Office Phone, - 130 

Yard Plioue, - 144 

Office 23 Katton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



CAROLINA COAL CO. 

Lineberry Ella, wks A.she cotton mills bds 511 W Haywood 

" Lessie. wks Ashe cotton mills, bds 511 W Haywood 

" Miss Molsie, r 136 Hill 
Lingerfelt John, elk Bon Marche, r 12 S Spruce 

" Mary J, (wid L) r 12 S Spruce 
Lingle Pinkney E, carp, r 485 Spring 
LinnTizdal E, physician, office 11 Church st, r cor Cumberland 

and W Chestnut, phone 179 
Lipinsky Miss Clara, r35 Montford 

" Morris, stndent, bds 35 Montford 
Lipinsky Solomon, prop Bon Marche, r 35 Montford (see 

page adv) 
Lips Richard J, r Ramoth (Woolsey) 
Lipscombe Arthur, bds 124 Depot 

" Edward H, c, pres Y M Institute, prin Catholic Hill 
graded school, r 115 Mountain 
Little Miss Evelyn, r 52 Clayton 

" Lula, c, servant Duff Merrick, r same 

'' Quintus M, physician, r S Biltmore 

" Rutherford P, c, coachman Maj Chas E Davis, r 3 Gray 

" Simon, c, waiter Oakland Heights, r 381 S Main 



1 , A, Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 40 I'atton Avenue. Room 24. 



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' ' ) Avonno f fumes, Extracts 

Pharmacist ami < heinist. (. -rt-\enue. J ( 



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Littlejohn Ella, c, servant Mrs M Schirmeister, r same 

" Lister, c, wks W H Powers, r same 

" Harriet, <r, cook Mrs M Schirmeister, r same 

" Julia, c, servant Mrs M Schirmeister, r same \ ^ ft 

" Mack, <-, lab, r 141 Poplar 

" Wm, c, driver Ownbey &: Son, r rear 120 Cherry I ^ 

Liveley Albert, shoemaker, 509 W Haywood s 2 

Lively, Miss Alice, wks Ashe cotton mills, r 1 View -§ J 

" Francis M, shoemaker, r 1 View § "? 

" Harley, spinner Ashe cotton mills, r 1 View » 

" Henry, wks Ashe cotton mills, r 1 View 5 

" Lizzie, weaver Ashe cotton mills, r 1 View ;'_ ^ _,. 

Livingston Hampton, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 

" R L, picture agent, bds Arcadia Hotel ■ . 

Lockett Frank J, student, r 279 College \J 

" John H, plasterer, r 94 East 

" Wm A, carp, r 279 College 
Lockhardt George, <r, lab, r rear 55 Depot, Revelbs Row 
Lockhart Henry, c, lab, r ^ Catholic ave ■ 



K R, wks Ashe cotton mills 
Loder Henry, c, lab, r Dixontown 



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A3HEVILLE . . ( ^'censed Bill Posters and Distributors. 

DVERT5SINC Control City Street Car Advertising. •"""v 

<r* K N f* V J Pre pare and plac Newspaper Advertising () 

UbriOT ■ . ■ ■ Vfoniractors for AVe.s< em North Carolina ^"^ 

Loder R H, c, porter Kenilworth Inn 

Loftain Thomas J, painter, ^17 College 

Loftis Jean, c, wks Kenilworth Inn 
" John F, carp, r 51 Blanton 
" John T, wks Carolina Woodwking Co 

Lofton Miss Roberta, complexion specialist, massage and hair 
treatment, manicuring, 17^ Patton ave 

Logan Annie, c, nurse George Henderson, r same 

Celene, c, cook Dr Ramsay, r 1000 Pearson's ave co 

Eliza, c, housemaid 73 Haywood, r same 

Gin, c, lab, r Sycamore cor Valley 

Harry, c, driver Philips & McDowell, r 88 Gudger 

Humphrey D, rms 53 Montford ave = 

John, c, delivery McFee & Jones = 

John, <-, waiter Oaks Hotel g, 

John, c, barber T Logan », ^ 

Lillie, c, laund, r Dixontown = h>j 

Mollie, c, laund, r 314 Baptist Hill 00 V 

Salina, <-, cook Mrs C Koppelberger, r same 

Thomas, c, barber 41 N Main, r Haywood » 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ^ H tfW. ta <3i5s.»* 

Supplv seven-tenths of ihe family trade of Asheville with theii BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. I It \ Mi oi>«> \ Mil., Proprietor. 



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'i Logan Thomas, c, lab, r 314 Baptist Hill 
8 '' Thomas, c, wks C E Graham, r same 
cd " Wm, c, lab, r 100 Mountain 

>. " Wm, c, driver McDowell & Johnson, r 65 McDowell 
I " Wm, r, driver Sevier Bros, r rear 48 Grove 
I Lolack J M, blacksmith, bds 16^ N Main 
^ Long Charles C, c, barber W Haywood nr old depot 
" Frances, c, pastry cook, r Dixontown 
" Julius, c, driver Ashe Dray Co, r Revell's Row, rear 55 

Depot 
" Millie, c, laund Oaks Hotel, r Mountain 
" Moses D, r 70 Park ave 

" Robert A, salesman J E Dickerson & Co, r 284 College 
^ " Thomas B, justice peace and mayor Woolsey N C, r Wool- 
Pi sey 
* S Lollar Reuben S, fireman Sou Ry, r 95 Depot 
gg \ i Longbottom Robert, shaving parlor 14 Patton ave, r 341 W Hay- 
llj wood 
J jjj Looper Fannie, c, cook J T Jackson, r same 

m " Frank, c, wks Ashe Woodwking Co 

QC Lopp Mattie, c, cook, r Revell's Row, rear 55 Depot 

m Iff M lllfl B, Art MEATS, FRESH AND CURED. 

Wi llli ttiuk W UUii Exclusive Handlers of Western Dressed Meats. 

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Srf»» Lonck Henry, c, car cleaner Sou Ry, r 98 Roberts 

a— " James M, transfer, r 7 Arlington 

Loudon Lee, fireman Sou Ry, r 107 Park ave 
Loughran Frank, propr Hotel Berkeley and pres Bonanza 
Wine & Liquor Co, r Hotel Berkeley 
Q3 Loughran James H, propr Acme Wine & Liquor House, bds 
^»% Swannanoa Hotel, (see front paster) 

S3 Lounds Gonnano, c, r 396 Haywood 

Love Alice, c, laund, r rear 419 S Main 
£E " Alice E Miss, bds 68 College 

CT3 " Anderson, c, butler Mrs M E Hilliard, r zi Eagle 

03 " Ellen, c, laund, r rear 419 S Main 

" Eliza Miss, dressmkr Miss L M Browne, r 68 College 

" F P Mrs, r 32 Davidson 
Q3 " Henry, c, wks Frank Jackson 

2^ " James, c. waiter Berkeley Hotel, r 3 Catholic ave 

™ " Mary Miss, r 22 Valley— Happy Hollow 

" Paul, flagman Sou Ry, bds 144 Park ave 

" Samuel, wks Wiley B Brown's livery stables, r 15 Lexington 
C/> ave 

^£ " Wm, c, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfy, r 35 Clemmons 

Strings, even the best, will break in) Coll/'o Mi 10 in M nimr . 
course of time. The freshest, clean- [ rdlK 5 IYIUoIC liOUSc, 
est and best stock always at J 49 Pattou Aveuae. 



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Loir, see also Low( . 

Low James F, condr Sou Ry, bds 4 Rollins 

" John G, r High Lodge — Sunset Drive 

" Wm V, eng Sou Ry. r 273 Haywood 
Lowe Pleasant W, country produce 25^ N Main, r 163 College 

" T W, bds 420 S Main 
Lowell Harriett N (wid W), boarding, r 77 Charlotte 

" Jennie M. Miss, r 77 Charlotte 
Lowrance Wm, c, driver J L Lark, r rear 36 Depot 
Luniley G C, wks Ash Woodwkg Co, r 29S Depot 
Lundon Lee, fireman Sou Ry 

Lunsford Frank A, farmer, r Pearson's Drive near Gay 
Lusk Adelia Miss, r 413 N Main 

" Mamie E Miss, r 199 College 

" Virgil S, lawyer, 9 W Ct Sq, r 199 College 
Luther B J, trav Dr T C Smith 
Luther Dillon M (Luther & Stevens), rms 11 Legal bldg 

" Robert H, elk W C Stradley, mem Hook and Ladder Co 
A F D, bds 53 College 
Luther & Stevens (D M Luther, H B Stevens), lawyers, 10, 
1 1 and 12 Legal bldg 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., n| 

Thirty old. reliable TnCllP'inPP Johnston Building, ]3 Court R 

stock companies. lliaiUOlIl/Oi Square, Asheville, Mi. C. m 



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Lyday Jackson, c, lab W W West, r 128 S Pine 

Lyerly Allen A. guard city, r 320 Short Bailey CgJ 

" Charles, night watchman Sou Ry frght depot, r 4 Spring 

" Charles B, wks Sou Ry, bds 4 Spring 

" Estelle Miss, r 4 Spring 

" J A, patrolman, r near McDowell 

' ' Marcellus W, yard condr Sou Ry, r 4 Spring 

" Myrtle A Miss, r 4 Spring 

" Wm, night elk frght depot Sou Ry, bds 4 Spring mrmJt 

" Wm R, blacksmith and woodwkg near Smith's Bridge, r 4 m 

Spring 

" Wm R Jr, yd elk Sou Ry, bds 4 Spring 
Lyle, see also Lyles and Lytic. ^> 

Lyle George W, c, driver Dr W D Hilliard ^ 

" Wm S, elk mkt house, r 130 Broad eo 

Lyles Phillis, c, cook The Arverne, r same -o S 

Lyman A H, r Sunset Drive o r— 

Lyman A J, real estate and lawyer Legal bldg, r cor Merri- ^ ca 

mon ave and Chestnut no e/» 

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Laces, Embroideries, Dress Goods and 
Silks, Staple Dry Goods, Wraps, 

Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc. 



1H Redwood & Co., 

J 7 & 9 PATTON AVENUE. 



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Pharmacist and Cbemist. 1 A\ en lie. J used in Prescriptions. 



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Lyman Theodore B, r W Asheville between Smith's bridge 
and Carrier's bridge 
^ ^ Lynch David, c, driver, r 158 Curve 

c " Sidney, c, restaurant 108 Pattern ave, r Market 
^ -§_ " Stephen S, greengrocer, stall 2 Central mkt, r 10 S Spruce 
O ± " vVm R, book binder, bds 10 S Spruce 
l_ H Lynder Annie, c, cook Mrs K F Pulliam 
< 1 Lytle Belton, tinner J R Rich & Son, r 192 S Main 
0- " Carolina, c, cook Frank Brown, r same 

if> " Ella Miss, r 192 S Main 

^t " Eugenia Mrs, dressmkr Mrs A V Calkrell, r Fletcher Sta- 

tion N C 

" Fannie E Miss, r 192 S Main 

" Harvey, c, chief cook Winyah Sanitarium, r same 

'' Henry, c, engine wiper Sou Ry 

" James H, carp, bds 192 S Main 

" John B, tinner, bds 192 S Main 

" T°hn M, carp, r 192 S Main 

" Mary, c, r 115 S Beaumont 

" Rebecca Miss, seamstress, r 192 S Main 

" Rosa, c, laund, r 115 S Beaumont 



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Hi Lll U- __ERyLTS,-CANpiES,_CIGA_RS 



1 best assorted stock of 

., CANDIE?, CIGARS. 
I TOBACCO, PIPES. STATIONERY, etc. 



Lytle Roy, c, lab Sou Ry, r Avery near Depot 
" Sallie, c, laund, r 105 S Beaumont 
" Wm, plumber J R Rich & Son, mem Hose Co A F D, r 192 

S Main 
" Zebulon, mess W U T Co, bds 192 S Main 



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dry and he never kicks. Church street. 

McAfee, see also McFee. 

McAfee Cora Miss, r 42 French Broad ave 

" Cornelia, (wid W L), r 42 French Broad ave 
McAllister Annie Mrs, wks Kenilvvorth Inn, r same 

" David M, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r Pearson ave near 

coal chute 
" Dean, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r Pearson ave near coa 

chute 
" G Robert, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, bds Pearson ave near 

coal chute 
" Mary, c, cook the Brexton, r same 
" Mary, c, cook Dr E C Starnes, r same 
" Mary Miss, r Pearson ave near coal chute 

Take it to ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

43 West College Street. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,{° 

Pharmacist antl < liomist. I 



60 Patton) ™ £ CIGARS, 

\ Key West and J 
Avenue. J always on hand. 



McA 267 McC 

McAllister Wm, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, bds Pearson ave near 

coal chute 
McAmis Lela Miss, r 24 Orange 
Mc Andrew Lauretta Miss, r 95 Haywood 
McBee Delia, spinner Ashevilie Cotton Mills, r near same 

" Francis, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r near same 
McBrayer Calvin, c, driver, r 29 Spruce 

" Doer, lab, bds Revell's Row rear 55 Depot 
McBrayer L B, physician and coroner, office 32 Patton ave, 

Phone: of 124, 2; r 124, 3; 1 Sulphur Springs Road 
McCafferty John, barkeeper F O'Donnell, bds Arcadia Hotel 
McCall Robert S, (McCall & Rogers), r 28 Silver 
McCall & Rogers, (R S McCall & J N Rogers), lawyers Dick- 
erson bldg S Ct Sq 

" Sallie E Miss, tailoress, r 53 College 

" Thomas D, carp, r 4 Oakdale ave l*J 

McCanless Ada Miss, r 14 Ann Vu^ 

" Charles E, student, bds 36 Short 

" David N, proprietary medicine 14 Ann, r same 

" James M, photographer 7 & 9 Patton ave 3rd floor, r 97 
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W Ji.VKLl.Tjft 4\> ?T lULlO, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N.C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
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McCanless Nora Miss, r 14 Ann 0) J* 

" Samuel A, photographer 32 Patton ave (3rd floor), r 98 ^ ^ 

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McCarson Bertha Mrs, r 415 Short Bailey J& 5" 

" Carrie Miss, r 43 Chestnut. ? q, 

" David, gardener, r 43 Chestnut (ft O 

" Ida Miss, r 43 Chestnut "" %. 

" Joseph, plumber's helper J R Rich & Son PI ^ 

" Lillie Miss, r 43 Chestnut J* tl 

" Minty Miss, domestic W W Fanning, r 185 Avery nr Sou Ry P M 

McCarty C C Mrs, boarding, 24 Bailey jjj 

" C C & Co, manufacturers smoking tobacco, 33 Patton ave <■ 

3rd floor 
" Charles C, (C C McCarty & Co), r 24 Bailey 

McClain, see McLean and McLane 

McClain Adelia, c, r 249 College 

McClain Benjamin A, wks Stikeleather's stables, r Hill 

McClarty Franklin, c, lab, r Richard 
" Jasper, c, plasterer, r Richard 

McClellan June, c, waiter Oakland Hgts 
" Reid, c, brakeman Sou Ry 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ;«:;cS^ tre e t , 

Distillers' Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' Ryes, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. FRANK O'DUAiNfLL, Proprietor. 



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McClellan Thomas, c, driver Sou Ex Co 
McClosky B R, wks Asheville Cotton Mills 
McCloskey Joseph J. bds 82 Chestnut 
McCloy Solomon H, grocer 41 College, r 8 Spruce 
McCollum Edward D, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r 511 W 
Haywood 

" McCollum Joseph R, janitor P O, r 136 Hill 
McConnaughey George, c, lab, r 18 S Bailey 

McConnell Bros, (J H jr & Wm C), Wholesale Produce, tel 
122, 40 N Main 

" Frank B, c, porter Dr T C Smith, r rear 152 Chestnut 

" Hattie Miss, r 12 Vance 

" James H, undertaker 33 N Main, r Seney 
McConnell James H jr, (McConnell & Bros) r 35 Woodfin 
McConnell Wm C, (McConnell Bros), r 35 Woodfin 
McCorkle James, c, lab, r 398 Bailey 

" James, E, carp, r 326 S Main 

'■' Martha, <:, dressmkr 398 Bailey, r same 
McCullough Benjamin, c, lab, r 4 Gray 
McCoy Alonzo, c, driver T J Revell, r rear 190^ S Pine 

" A L, eng Sou Ry, bds 144 Park ave 



R 9 ^MITH ARCHiTEGT/^^ B r u K G Hun? ghtyearswith 

"*" III Ol O if I I III Six years Resident Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
^ f\ ' Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 

■ 1 I McCoy Dennis, c, fireman Kenilworth Inn, r 385 S Main 

LU " Edward W (E W McCoy & Co), bds Villa cor W College 

j and Haywood 

^1- " E W & Co (E W McCoy and W M Nelson) bicycle dealers 

Oand repairers, 16 Church 
" Polly, c, r rear 190^ S Pine 
" Wm H, painter, r 3 Rollins 
J McCracken Sallie L Miss, stenographer; of 32 Patton ave, bds 31 
Central ave 
>yi McCrary Frank, r 99 Haywood 

00 " Maude Miss, r 99 Haywood 

McCrasky Bruce; wks cotton mills, r Avery near same 

■ I McDaniel Gabriel, c, driver Dr W P Whittington, rrear 17 Vance 
LU McDaniel Robert, c, porter The Club Saloon 

I.! " Thomas, c, lab, r 403 Short Bailey 

1 I I McDavitt Kate, c, cook, r 109 Mountain 
I I " Louise, c, cook, r 136 Valley 

1 McDay Jennie, c, servt, rms 153 Market 
f) McDonald Charles, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r 199 Roberts 
" Elisha N, eng cotton mills, r 199 Roberts 
j^- " Emma, weaver Ashville Cotton Mills, r 199 Roberts 



Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio 
lins, a complete line. One price only 
and that the lowest known, at 



;}Falk's Music House, 

J 48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WUITF R QUITU PH R ( 60 Patton ) Prescription Department 
II ill! L Ui ml I II. llli Ui, [• complete in every re- 

Pharmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 

McD 269 McE 

McDonald Frank, c, butler, r Dixon Town 
McDonald George L, prop The Bonair 74 Bailey, r same 
(see card) 
" John, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r 199 Roberts PM 

May Miss, r 74 Bailey "*WI 

McDowell Annie E Miss, r 419 S Main ■** 

" Arthur G, Empire Stables, r 419 S Main 

Charles, c, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfg fifl 

" & Dalton (J H McDowell and J T Dalton), genl mdse 549 r ^~~ 

W Haywood 
" Daisy H Miss, r 419 S Main 
" Easter, c, cook, r Revell's Row, rear 55 Depot 
" Edward E (McDowell & Johnson), mem Hose Co A F D, 

r 339 S Main 
" Elijah, c, shoemkr 125 Cherry, r 32 Clemmons 
" Eliza C (wid J H), r 33 Short 
" Emma, c, cook The Aldine, r same 
" George M, mgr Empire Stables, r Victoria 
" Hester, c, cook J C Brown, r same 

" & Johnson (E E McDowell, W E Johnson), dlrs dry goods 
and grocrs 420 S Main 



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McDowell John H (McDowell & Dalton), r bey city limits c 

" Mack, c, lab, r Gray rn jjj 

" Mary B Miss, r 419 S Main =» °- 

" Mary C Miss, r 421 S Main — 

'« Sarah L (wid W W), r 419 S Main O 

" W G, patrolman, r Victoria ave SJ 

McDuffey Rev Henry S, c, pastor St Matthias Episcopal church, r • 

4 Curve v— ■ v— - 

McElrath Alfred, c, waiter Oakland Hgts, r rear 22 Davidson _ 

" Carroll M, Battery Park Hotel storeroom, rms 58 Central ~" 

ave ^ 

Edward, c, lab, r rear 22 Davidson c 

Jackson, wks electric power house, bds 58 Central ave o 

John W, carp Battery Park Hotel, r 58 Central ave *?" trj 

Mac, c, laund, r rear 22 Davidson ^ 4 

Minnie E Miss, student, r 58 Central ave » q 

Phifer, c, r rear 22 Davidson © H 

Samana, c, r rear 22 Davidson ^ " 
Wm, c, driver Patton & Stikeleather 

McElroy Charles W, insur agt, bds Everett House — 

" James G, quartermaster for convicts, r 37 Seney o 



H. Redwood & Co., 7 



and 9 PATTON AVENUE- 

A choice stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, 
Shoes, Hats, etc., at fixed and 
reasonable prices. 
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Pharmacist ami Chemist. ( 



60 Patton) Tooth Powders, Tooth 
I Brushes. Everything 
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McElroy Nicholas, eng Asheville Daily Citizen 

'* Robert, apprentice W A Boyce, r Doubleday 
McFadden John, bartender Swannanoa Saloon, rms 47 S Main 
McFall Bruce, painter, r hd of Flint 

" Joseph, painter, r hd of Flint 
McFee, see also McAfee. 
McFee Ambrose W (McFee & Jones), r 22 Turner 

" George, c, driver Cowan & Oates 

" John W, barber gj4, Patton ave, r 14 Oakdale ave 
McFee & Jones, (A W McFee, F M Jones), butchers and deal- 
ers in fresh meats of all kinds, Stall 1, tel 127, CentraL 
Market, (see side lines) 
McGimpsey Cornelia, c, cook 70 Park ave, r same 
McGlaughlin Gussie Mrs, r Avery near Sou Ry 
McGonnigle Andrew J, U S Army retired, r 237 Haywood 
McGrath J E, r 15 Hiawassee 
McGuinn Carrie, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 527 W Haywood: 

" Corie Miss, r 527 W Haywood 

" Wm N, boarding, 527 W Haywood 
McGuire Cornelius, bartender the Club Saloon, r Arcadia Hotel 

" Connie Miss, wks Ashe Steam Laundry, r 66 S Main 



,: CAROLINA COAL CO- 



Office Phone, - 130' 
Yard Phoue, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



McGuire C T, barkpr, bds Arcadia Hotel 

Mcllwaine John S, publisher City Directory, office 23 Patton ave,. 

bds 14 Starnes ave 
Mclntire see also MclnUre 
Mclntire Filetus R, brickmason, r 19 Short 
Mcintosh Lizzie Miss, domestic Dr W P Whittington, r same 
Mclnturff Berney, fireman Vanderbilt est, r 7,66 S Main 

" Edward M, plumber, r Western Hotel 

" Hugh O, bds Western Hotel 

" Ida Miss, r Western Hotel 

" Nora Miss, r Western Hotel 

" Robert, propr Western Hotel, r same 
Mclntyre Edward, c, r 1000 Pearson ave 

" George, c, r 1000 Pearson ave 

" Manson, r 1000 Pearson ave 
Mclntyre Patrick, propr the Club Saloon, r 15 Hiawassee 
(see backbone) 

" Belton, c, cook, r 73 Valley 

" Calvin, c, porter Bon Marche 

" C B, propr Swannanoa Saloon 

" CD, plasterer, bds Slagle Hotel 



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Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 
Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., i«°*«*°) 

Pharmacist ami Chemist. (. Avenue. J 



Prescriptions 

delivered 

promptly. 



Mcl 271 McL 

Mclntyre James, motorman Ashe St Ry Co, bds 2 View 5 



Jane, c, laund, r 12 Hildebrand 

" Josephine, c, cook G A Mears, r 25 Catholic ave 

" Mary, (wid Sebran), bds 47 French Broad ave H "* 

" Mary, c, chambermaid, r Dixontown t 1 < 

McKay J Edwin, engr Battery Park Hotel, r same a jjp 

McKee Carrie, c, ironer Model Steam Laundry n tK! ^' 

" James L, elk A D Cooper, r 39 Haywood h -rj?" 

" Mary, c, cook George Henderson, r same [*j o O 

" Mattie, c, cook 121 French Broad, r same 3 o" 

" Mamie, c, cook, r 22 N Water £j "O O 

" Pauline, c, r Dixontown l > ><" 

McKelley Henry, c, servant Mrs L V Cole, r same 9 _^ 

McKenzie, Clara, c, laund, r 27 Hildebrand $ o a 

" C W, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills h 3 c_ 

MeKesson Charles, c, wks tobacco factory, r 78 Poplar 4 ■ CD 

" McKesson Elsie, c, laund, r 78 Poplar u g 

" Jake, c, wks kitchen Oakland Hgts y ~ 

" Jacob A, r, wks Jonas Haynes, r 65 McDowell 

McKillop R Archibald, brickmason Vanderbilt est. r 50 McDowell 

ASHEVBLLE . . ( Incensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
DVERTiSINC Control City Street Car Advertising. 
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L»tnilvY ■ . ■ ■ L Contractors for Western North Carolina 

McKin Stephen, plumber, bds 58 N Main 
McKinney Alex, c, station hand Sou Ry 

" Joseph, c, lab, r 8 McDowell 
McKinnon D R, merchant tailor 47 S Main 2d floor, r 130 Broad 
McKissick Edwin P, propr Battery Park Hotel, r same 

" Thad, c, lab, r 157 Valley 
McLean Alexander, wks Biltmore Lumber Co, r 25 Turner 

" David, c, blacksmith S P Moseley, r S Beaumont, beyond 
limits 

" Francis, c, lab, r Peach Row 

" Francis, c, lab, r 36 Gudger 

" Joseph, c, butler "The Brexton'' 

" Mariah, c, servant F L Goldsmith, r same 

" Thomas, c, wks Sou Ex Co, r 18 Willow 

" Wm H, c, Oak Hall Barber shop, rms Wolfe bldg j? ta 

" Wm Henry, wks Sou Ry, r 71 Hill m 

McLoud Miss Annie B, r 88 Charlotte J ■§ 

" Ella S, (wid C M), r 234 N Main 

" Miss Irene R, teacher Orange St High School, r 234 N Main 
McLoud Lawrence P, cashier Western Carolina Bank, r 18 

Bearden ave ® 

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THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ?^83&s.«i, 

Wine, Whi&kies and Beer delivered free in the city and) A cb oim'11<^ 1ST O 
vicinity. Frank O'Doxnell, Proprietor. J -rioUcvlllCj IN. v^. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. I Avenue, j | 



rescriptions, 
lire Drugs, 
ills & Powders. 



McL 272 MAC 

McLoud Miss Nina, trained nurse, r 53 College 
McLow Wilson, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 
McMahan G, wks Ashe Cot mills 

" Homer, c, lab, r 34 Maiden Lane 
McMaken Emily, c, cook 120 Haywood, r same 

" Robert, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r 50 Eagle 
McMillen J A, wks Ashe Cot mills, bds 511 W Haywood 
McMinn J M, elk Dr T C Smith, r 272 Patton ave 
McNamee Charles, pres Ashe Woodwkg Co, mgr Biltmore 

estate, r Victoria 
McNeal Annie, c, wks Kenilworth Inn, r same 
McNeely Edward, lab, bds 70 Avery nr Sou Ry 
McPeeters Thomas C, elk, bds Slagle Hotel 

McPherson & Clark, (J C McPherson, T G Clark), 45 Col- 
lege 
McPherson James C, (McPherson & Clark), rms Weaver bldg 

" Joseph V, elk, r 31 N Main, 2d floor 
McQueen Miss Josie, r 318 Haywood 
McRee Mrs Sallie S, r 86 Central ave 

Fine Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork. 
Game in season. 

« Phone G6. 



W. M. HILL & CD., 



j. c. Mcpherson. t. g. clark. 

McPHERSON & CLARK, 

1 — fUONE 133 — ' ' 

Stoves, Tin Ware and House Furnishing Goods, Plumb- 
ing, Gas Fitting, Steam and Hot Water Heating, Slate 
and Tin Roofing, Galvanized Iron Works, Hot Air 
Furnaces, Electrical Works and Supplies 

45 College Street, ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



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ANY wishing specially neat work go to the Model Steam 
Laundry and they are never disappointed. Church St. 

Mace Julia C, domestic Mrs Wm Garrard, r same 
Machin John, carp, r 203 Bailey 
Mack Fred, c, lab, r 80 S Side ave 

Mackey John J, county registrar, court house, vice pres Riv- 
erside Undertaking Co, r 157 Haywood 
" Lucy, c, laund, r 27 Brick 
Mackins Camp, c, lab, r 80 Short S Side ave 
Macon Thomas T, wks Ashe Cot mills, bds 55 Spring 

line of X lAJNUO cHlCl U lllj A Vi & on easy installments, at 

FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



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Maddux Lewis, pres Western Carolina Bank, r 250 N Main 
Magee Miss Jessie, r rear 31 Maiden Lane 

" Joseph E, agt Fidelity Mutual of Philadelphia, bds48 Spruce 

" Susan, (wid M R), r 272 Patton ave, 2d floor 
Malone Albert H, elk T J Revell, bds 13 Central ave 

" Charles W, justice peace, r 13 Central ave 

" Henry B, bkkpr Dr S W Battle, bds 24 Grove 

" Joseph 0, asst kppr Market House, bds 13 Central ave 

" Julius, c, porter Pease Institute, r 40 S Main 

" Lizzie, c, maid Mrs H M Davidson, r same 
Malloy Theodore F, r 156 N Main 

Mamlin Frank, tailor Baltimore Clothing House, r 6 Marjorie 
Manheim Miss Florence, cashier T Seymon, r 17 N Main 
Mankel Wm, plumber McPherson & Clark, rms 449 Depot 
Manis Anderson, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r 8 Avery KJ 

" John, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r 8 Avery 

" Mrs Louisa A, r 8 Avery nr cotton mills 9m 

Martha, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r 8 Avery bJj 

" Wm, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r 8 Avery ^^^ 

Mantia John, wks cotton mills, r rear 9 Green 

Manuel Carrie, c, cook 17 Orange, r same 30 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., a i 

Thirty old, reliable InCllPQnPP Johnston Building, 13 Court Ce p> 

stock companies. 1I1SU1 ctllUC Square. Asheville, N. C. £-0 

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Manuel David, c,x 17 Orange S gS 

Marcus Gerson, optician, bds 99 Haywood =»' Sjc 

Marcus Max, mgr Men's Outfitter, r 2 Orange -*"*% 

Margo Terrace, Miss C M Gano proprietress, French Broad S E S »a 

cor Haywood £" |<re 

Margren M, mgr Biltmore nursery, bds 12 N Ct Sq ~ || 

Marina Mary, c, cook, r 109 S Beaumont *" ' h 

Marion Father, rector Catholic Church, r 95 Haywood °* &.g 

" Mrs Mary E, r 95 Haywood 4= K $ 

Market Street Woodworking Shops, (G W Donnan, John Machin, £2. M" 

Jos E Stevens T S Atkins), proprs, Market near Eagle ~ »^ 

Marlin Dan, c, station hand Sou Ry " gUt 

" George W, bds 46 West gg* 

" Miss Iowa, r 46 West ^ £ 

" Mattie, c, cook J M Green, r same 

" Winslow B, mgr A Wernway, stall I Central Market, r 46 
West 
Marquardt Andy H, propr Andy's Place, r 159 S Main 

" John A, saloonman, r 159 S Main 
Marquart Phillip A, secy and mngr The Bananza Wine and 
Liquor Co, r 47 S Main. (See adv) 

Med in in and I rpper tirades of Wool Dress Ooods. Silks, Satin", Vel- 
vets, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Corsets, Embroideries, I.aees, etc. 

H. REDWOOD k CO., 7 and 9 Patton Avenue. 



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MAR 274 MAS 

Marquette Miss Mary, r 30 Starnes ave 
Marsh Harriet, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 
Marshall John P, tobacconist, r 188 Woodfin 

" J S, motorman St Ry Co, bds 59 N Main 

" Mrs Mamie, dress mkr, r 188 Woodfin 

" Nancy, r, laund, r rear 423 Bailey 

" Walter, c, lab, r 15 Mountain 
Martil Caleb, c, lab, r rear 192 S Pine 
Martin Dora, c, laund, r 45 Short 

" Miss Ella V, boarding, r 167 N Main 

" Fred P, c, barber Martin's Barber Shop, r 102 Mountain 

" Granville, c, janitor Y M C A, bds 192 Pine 

" Henry, c, barber Martin's Barber Shop, r 102 Mountain 

" James, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r 3 Catholic ave 

" Julia, c, laund, r 66 Mountain 
Martin Julius C, city attorney, office 1-2 First Natl Bk bldg, r 
102 Chestnut 

" Leland, r 167 N Main 

" Lydia, c, cook, r 120 Montford ave 

" Mamie, c, r 103 Eagle 

" Richmond J, c, barber 66 S Main 



Candies. 



A big stock Fruits, Gaudies, Stationery, 
Cigars and Tobacco, at 
ALLEN'S Fruit and Cigar Store, 

Opposite 1'ost nice. 



[U Martin Robert, r, lab, r 18 Willow 

Selina, c, nurse, r 50 Eagle 



^_ " Thomas, c, bell boy Battery Park Hotel 

- y " Win, c, lab, r 130 Hill 

? j " Win, painter G W Grafton, bds 82 N Main 

3 ^ Martin Wm H, c, propr Martin's Barber Shop, 4 N Ct Sq, r 

Ik I Pi 102 Mountain 

I n " Victoria, c, nurse 40 Penland, r 50 Eagle 

2Q % Martin's Barber Shop, Wm H Martin, c, propr, 4 N Ct Sq 

^ S M Martly Edward D, c, cook Church St Restaurant 
Martorell Mrs Gertrude, r 48 Flint 



«> j hi Maschker Miss Elsie J, r 87 Bailey 

*^ |J " Miss Elizabeth S, r 87 Bailey 

jO ^ " Karl A, carp, r 87 Bailey 

12 W Mason Miss Bertha E, r 115 Cumberland ave 

}m ' & " James, c, restaurant, r 129 N Main 

H " M C, student, bds 79 N Main 
(OS " Robert, c, wks Candy Kitchen, r 175 S Beaumont 
•£ ^ " Timothy, c, cook James Pollard's restaurant, r N Main 

" Wm T, secy and treas Dickson-Mason Lumber Co, 4 and 
5 Sondleybldg, r 115 Cumberland ave 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

Telephone 95. 43 WEST COLLEGE STREET. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., | 6 ° Patton l OSS 

Pharmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J |Jponge 



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MAS 275 ME A 

Massagee Charles, bds 78 Cherry 

" John F, carp, r 78 Cherry 
Massey, see also Afassie and Massy 

" Miss Doshia, r 359 N Main 

" Win, huckster, r 359 N Main 

" Wm, c, bell boy Battery Park Hotel, r 33 Buttrick 

" Nellie, domestic Mrs A L Wiley, r same 
Matheney Leslie, printer Sou Baptist, bds 67 College 

" Rev M P, editor Southern Baptist, bds 67 College 
Mather Mrs Amelia, bds 115 Haywood 
.Mathews Elizabeth, (wid John), r 15 Turner 

" John H, machinist, bds 17 Turner 

" Levi, night watchman Skyland Furnt Co, r 15 Turner 

" Melisse, c, cook 137 Chestnut, r same 

" Wm, wks Ash Cot Mills 
Mathewson Mrs M J, r 101 College 
Mathey Andy, c, wks D L Reynolds, 48 N Main 
Mathis Daniel, wks Ash Cot Mills, r 212 Avery 

" Mrs Delia, r Avery nr Sou Ry p © 

" Dollie, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r Avery nr Sou Ry ^ ^ 

" Ella, spinner 4sh Cot Mills, r Avery nr Sou Ry 

W A P IWT^t? Cr WFT T SI BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 

Tf AW LI XilL (X W LUlJO) Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 

®&" Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

JNIathis Governor M, elk A M Field, Drhumor bldg, r 20 Starnes 
ave 

" Joshua, lab, r Avery nr Sou Ry 

" John W, driver, bds 212 Avery 

" Martha, wks Ash Cot Mills, r 212 Avery 
May Edward W, printer State Register, r 160 Bailey 

" Miss Eula, r 160 Bailey 
May George W, (May & Miller), bds 38 Penland (see side lines) 

" Henry P, dyer Cotton Mills, r 25 Buxton 
Mayes Addie, (wid Henry M), r 42 Woodfin 

" Robert, c, brickmason, r 180 S Beaumont 
Mayfield Emma, c, chambermaid, r 205 S Main 

" Hettie, c, cook W C Carmichael, r same* 
Mays James, r, driver Carolina Coal Co 
Mayton Fannie, weaver Ash Cot Mills, r 16 Buxton 

" John T, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r 16 Buxton 
Maxwelton Building, 4°, 42 Patton ave 
Meacham Miss Effie, stenographer Moore & Moore, r 55 College 

" Lelia, c, cook J W Summers, r same 
Meadows James F, (Drake & Meadows), bds 24^ N Main 

" Solon A, carp, r 1 Merrimon ave 



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i(j North Main Street, 

7 and 7V2 West College Street, 
»J FRANK O'DONNELL. Propr. 



TT 11C1I V ' > U UCC -i 'VIII V LUC UC31 W* I IV L. Hllljr\ui, 

The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores, 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G., 1 6 ? Patton j 

Pharmacist and Chemist. [ Avenue. J 



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MEA 276 MER 

Meadows Ulysses S, carp, r 86 East 

Means Mrs Amanda, r Margo Terrace 
" Miss Evelina, r Margo Terrace 
" J H, wks Biltmore estate, r 50 Montford 
" Miss Lizzie, r Margo Terrace 
" Robert H, eng Sou Ry, r 97 Park ave 

Meares Gaston, trav Goddard & Son N Y, r 1 Edgehill 

Mears Clarence L, elk G A Mears & Sons, bds 145 S Main- 
" Miss Evelina, r Margo Terrace 
" Clyde E, elk G A Mears & Sons, bds 145 S Main 
" Frank, elk G A Mears, bds 145 S Main 
" George A, (G A Mears & Sons), r 145 S Main 
" G A & Sons. (G A, S Pand Jay), boots and shoes, 29, 31:- 

and 33 S Main 
" Jay, (G A Mears & Sons), r 145 S Main 
" Robert L, merchant, 527 W Haywood, r 118 Roberts 
" Samuel P, (G A Mears & Sons), r 29 S Main 

Mebane George A, secy and treas Asheville Cotton Mills, r Melke- 
Place 

Meixel Charles, butcher F Zimmerman, r Beaver Dam, 3 miles m 
of limits 

PARAGON BUILDING. Eight vears with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt, 
nt Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



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Melton Allen L, architect, offices 11 and 12 Sondley Bldg, rr 
22 Bearden ave (see adv) 

" Ella, c, servant A B Sites, r same 

" John W, teamster, r 52 Woodfin 

" Mrs Mary, r 22 Bearden 

" Miss Pearle, r 243 Hillside 
Melville R, painter T VV Fitzpa trick 
Mercer Henry O, (Mercer & Miller), r 36 Depot 
Mercer & Miller, (H O Mercer and G R Miller), confectioneries,. 

cor Patton ave and Grove 
Meridy John, c, porter Mrs L A Johnson, r rear 186 S Pine 
Merrell David L, r 208 Woodfin 
Merrick C S, employee Biltmore estate, rms 17 Maxwelton bldg 

" Miss D'Etta, r 250 Montford ave 
Merrick Duff, lawyer 1 Legal bldg, r 250 Montford ave 

" Miss Jessie, r 250 Montford ave 
Merrill Wm J, plumber, bds 12 Jefferson Drive 
Merrimon E Huston, genl bkkpr National Bank of Asheville, r 
300 French Broad ave 

" Miss Evelyn, r 300 French Broad ave 

" Frank, tailor, r 6 Marjorie 

"•■^irof'lfitfx-ife^WSatFALK'S MUSIC HOUSE 

Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,f 6 ? Patton lSII' 

1 A-ucmno I a tun line 
Pharmacist and (bfmist. I AVCUUC ' J LeatherGo< 



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Goods. 



MER 277 MIL gcS. 

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Merrimon James G, (Merrimon & Merrimon) lawyer, Temple £.» o. 

Court Bldg, r W Asheville § <" !/> 

Merrimon James H, (Merrimon & Merrimon) lawyer, Temple •" 3 n 

Court Bldg, r 300 French Broad ave ' °"§ 

Merrimon & Merrimon, (J H and J G) lawyers, 2 and 3 3- 

Temple Court Bldg 
Meriwether Frank T, physician 60 Patton ave, phone 34, 

r 44 Grove, phone 233 
Messer Wm R, elk D G Noland, bds 136 Bailey 
" Samuel, flagman Sou Ry, bds 144 Park ave 
Messier Frederick M, job printing ; editor and propr Tar Heel 

Knight, 10 N Ct Sq, r Gray Gables 
Metcalf Wm W, carp, r 334 Bailey 
Metz Christian, c, bell boy Battery Park Hotel 
Meyers David, c, lab, r rear 182 Bailey 

Mary, c, r rear 182 bailey ^^1 

Meyers Morris, propr Palais Royal, r cor College and David- 
son (see adv) 
" Wm, painter, bds 30 Woodfin 
Michael Addie, c, laund, r 242 Patton ave 
" Mary, c, r head Flnt 



Sid 5 Rogers' Book Store ^stationery an d 

call at ■» W D UIW yVW " W,WIU SOUVENIRS. 



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Michael Vincent, c, lab, r 242 Patton ave 

Michalov Abraham, (Michalov Bros) grocers, bds 8 S Spruce 

Michalov Bros, (S H and A) proprs I X L grocery 41 Col- 
lege (see card) 
" Isaac, grocer cor Valley and Eagle, r same 

Michalov Solomon H, (Michalov Bros) grocer, r 8 S Spruce 

Michaux Sarah, c, cook 102 Chestnut, r same 

Middleton J C, bds 73 College 

Miles Frederick B, sculptor 147 N Main C#5 

Mill MissCorrie C, r Southside ave near Victoria ^1 

Milland Dan W, c, station hand Sou Ry, r Avery rear cotton 

mills ^ ^ 

Millard Charlton C, livery stable, bds 53 W College ^" JQ 

" Herbert R, insagt, bds 53 W College H- ft 

" Josephine E, (vvid Dr D T) r 53 W College &2 3; 

Millender Marion C, physician 20 S Main, r 7 Jefferson Drive 

Miller Augustus, tinner, r37 Spruce 



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Miss Bettie, r 55 Seney 



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Miss Carrie V, r 270 College 



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Hats, Caps, Men's Furnishing ^ II DCniAlflfin £. Pfl 
Goods, Clothing, Wraps, Dry \ M. nHUVYUUU Ot uU., 

Goods, Shoes, etc J ONE PRICE STORE. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph.G., 

Pharmacist and ( hemist. 



60 Patton 1 Prescriptions filled 
v\j j. auun by competeut 

A vpniip ' PnarmaciBt, and 
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MIL 278 MIL 

Miller Charles, painter Swicegood & Brown 

" Charles H, elk, bds 270 College 

" Clarissa E, (vvid Geo W) r 34 Hill 
Miller Claude H, (H Redwood & Co) r 24 Spruce 

" Delia, c, r 35 Maiden Lane 

" Delia, c, laund, r 79 Valley 

" Dorinda, c, cook Carter cor Patton 
Miller D Loyd, (J F Miller & Son) rms Sondley bldg 

" David W, (Miller & Sowels) fruit stand near depot, bds 
College 

" Miss Delia M, student, r 69 Hall 

" Emma, c, r 35 Maideu Lane 

" Fannie, c, laund, r 27 Brick 

" Frank, c, gardener Bjltmore mansion, r 115 N Water 

" Frank, tinner McPherson & Clark 
Miller Frank B, (May & Miller) paints, wall paper etc, 
r Maple Shade Place 

" Francis M, r 270 College 

" George F, carp, r 31 East 

" Gus, wks J H VVoody's shop, r 37 S Spruce 

" Gessie R, (Mercer & Miller) r 220 Patton ave 



CAROLINA COAL CO. 



Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



Miller Harmon A, Genl mgr Carolina Coal Co, r 120 Hay- 
wood 

" Henry W, Supt Life Insurance Co of Va, r 45 Central 

" James, c, r 35 Maiden Lane 
Miller J Drayton, cashier Standard Oil Co, r 69 Hall 
Miller James F, (J F Miller & Son), rms Sondly bldg 
Miller J F & Son, (J F and D L) dealers in fish and oysters, 
stalls 14 and 15 Central market, phone 237 

" James M, yardman W H Westall, r 69 Hall 

" John, painter, bds 53 College 

" John, tailor J W Schartle 

" John N, c, butler 

" Joseph P, telegraph operator W U T Co, bds 270 College 

" Katie, (wid Charles O) r 12 Jefferson Drive 

" Lawson, c, lab. r 29 Hildebrand 

" Lee W, c, lab, r 181 S Beaumont 

" Louisa, c, laund, r 180 S Beaumont 

" Mack, c, porter D R McKinnon, r 229 Hill 

" Matilda, c, servant Mrs L S Grant, r same 

" Mandy, c, laund, r 22 Eagle 

" Mollie, (vvid Charles), r 55 Seney 

LA Cni-ittknlt Real Estate, Loan Broker, 
1 Ai rarinnoiii **» ■ ° ta ^ pu » m ° • 

' Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,f wJ^ltiSfflvt 

' 'I Ax-oniio (fumes, Extracts 

Pharmnclst and ( hemist I. AVC,lue ' J and Soaps. 

MIL 279 MIN 

Miller Miss Norma, r Maple Shade Place j/j 

" Otis A, artist, 6-7 Maxwelton bldg, r 75 Hillside 'S. 3 O 

" Rev Robert V, evangelist, r 26 Charlotte ' —^ 

" Samuel, c, lab, r Sorrel tw O 

" & Sorrels, (D W Miller, J T Sorrels), fruit stand nr Depot 
" Susan H, (wid Daniel W), r 43 Depot 
" Thomas A, r 55 Seney 
" Ulysses S, elk Baltimore Clothing House, r 29 Starnes ave o ?^ 
" W M, driver J W Wheeler, r 43 Poplar ' So 2 

" Wra. painter Swicegood & Brown ^n^ 

" Wm,<r, lab, r 35 Hill " ? g 

" W R, wagon mgr Swannanoa Ice Co, S.o- 

" Pinkney A, tinner, r 37 Spruce " -[_ § 

" P J, c, waiter Hotel Berkeley, r 47 Poplar ' D °- 

" Polly, c, cook Mrs J V Ball, r Coal 
Milligan Elizabeth R, (wid Samuel), r 116 Cumberland 
Mills Columbus E, elk Ray's Book store, bds Southside near Vic- 
toria ave 
" Columbus M, r Southside ave nr Victoria ave 
" Mrs D C, dressmkr Mrs A V Calkrell, r 246 Southside ave 



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HVERTKINC Control City Street Car Advertising. 
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GENl/T . ■ ■ ■ v. Contractors for Western North Carolina 



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Mills Miss Eugenia M, r Southside nr Victoria ave 

" George, r Sunset Drive 

" George H, bkkpr Treadway & Collins, bds 79 Chestnut 

" Georgia, c, cook E D Brown, r same 

" Harriet, c, cook, r 45 Hill 

" Henry, c, drayman, r 28 Clemmons 

" Jefferson, condr Sou Ry, bds 4 Rollins 

" Joseph, c, lab, r 20 S Side ave 

" Julia, c, laund, r 24 Valley 

" Miss Lillie, weaver Ashe Cot mills, r 29 Spring 

" Mary, c, laund, r 220 S Beaumont 

" Otis C, ngt elk Swannanoa Hotel, bds same 

" Patrick, c y delivery H P Pearson, r 198 S Beaumont m 

" R J, condr Sou Ry, rms 1 Rollins ■ C- 

" Richard, c, stone cutter, r 78 Poplar HI 

" Mrs Sarah, r 29 Spring S «£ 

" Wm, weaver Ashe Cot mills, r 29 Spring fi) p| 

Mims Hall, c, waiter Oaks Hotel 3" f" 

" John, opr Sou Ry, bds 3 Plark PI PI 

Mince Lizzie, c, laund, Battery Park Hotel (fi 7} 



THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, "KX^SSS&s** 

Supplv seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with their BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. r It A. Mi «'l)»\.M:i,t, Proprietor. 



WHITEG.SMITH Ph.G.,} 

Pharmacist and i I is( I 



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OU 1 attOn only by competent 
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a Minor Charles L, physician, 4 and 5 Temple Court Building,. 

^ r 65 French Broad ave, tel 71 

A Minsign Eliza, c, wks Ashe Steam Laundry, r 92 Gudger 

q c I Minter Rev W T, c, pastor First Baptist church, (col), r rear 

oi * '. 278 S Beaumont 

p! q «- Mints Lizzie, c, laund, r 157 Valley 

< ~ 3 Mission Hospital, Miss Lola Walton, matron. Capacity 40.. 

w % Staff of physicians: M H Fletcher, T P Cheesborough, 

£ -K WD Hilliard, Charles E Hilliard, Charlotte N E cor 

^?3 Woodfin, (see miscellaneous) 

woo Mitchell Anne, c, laund, Battery Park Hotel 

C^r '■ Carrie, (wid Don), r 41 Spruce 

S 2 3 " David, c, laboratory Winyah Sanitarium, r same 

[>2 Iw " David F, carp, r 25 Seney 

— 1 H I " Edward \V, pressman Ashe Printing Co, r 30 East 

p u A " Eliza, (wid Allen), r 25 Seney 

J ^ " Eliza, c, cook, r 29 Gudger 

J " Eliza, c, cook Mrs W Turner, r same 

Mitchell Frederick E, prop Men's Outfitter 28 Patton ave,. 

O rms Maxwelton, (see back cover) 

T. " Fayette L, c, lab, r 33 Buttrick 

Steam Sausage Factory. 
Clean and Whol 
Sausage, Bolognas and Puddings. 



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wm Mitchell Frank B, carp, r 421 S Main 

m " Hannah, c, cook Mrs O L Neville, r Hill 

Ea " Hattie, c, laund, r 40 Short 

SLl " J E, mechanic, bds 58 Woodfin 

^g " Lon, r n Starnes ave 

QJ " Miss Mabel J, r 421 S Main 

■■" " Mary, domestic 32 Maple Shade Place 

" Miss Mary I, r 30 East 

" Mattie, c, cook, r rear 285 S Main 

" Mrs Nancy, seamstress, r 301 Bailey 

" Miss OraC, r 53 W College 

" Peter, r, wks The Elite Cafe 

" Robert, mess W U Tel Co, bds 420 S Main 

" Thomas J. harness mkr 36 N Main, r 30 East 

" T M, bkkpr Powell & Snider, bds 69 College 

" Sydney W, elk C E Moody, r 53 W College 

" Walter J, elk C E Moody, bds 53 W College 

" Walter J Jr, student, bds 53 W College 

" Wm, harness mkr Biltmore, r 421 S Main 

" Wm A, elk W E Allen, bds 53 W College 

" Wm Ed, wks Ashe Print Co, bds 30 East 



String?, even the best, will break in 
course of time. The freshest, clean- 
est and best stock always at 



[Falk's Music House, 

) 1 s I'ittioii Aveuue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6., \ 6 ^ tton }^lTX^ 

Pharmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J charge. 

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Model Steam Laundry, E \V Band propr and mgr, 22 Church. M Erp 
(See beginning each letter in residence directory) a-rx™ 

Modsey Edward, c, cook, r 117 Cherry ^§3 

Moffit Miss Miranda, r 99 Depot 

Monday Alonzo C, genl mdse, Depot near Sou Depot 
" Benjamin U, elk A C Monday, r same 
" Charles E, bds Depot near Sou Ry 

Monroe D D, dist agt Equitable Life Ins Society, office 39 Patton « o< 
ave, r Hotel Berkeley S-m"''* 

Monteath Archie, student Shuford & Shuford 9 W Ct Sq, bds 22 °'H.H 



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" Susan, (wid Win) r 22 Blanton 
Montford Graded School, Montford ave cor Bearden 
Montgomery Calvin, c, porter, r 11 Seney 

" Emma, c, wks King's Cottage, r rear same 
" Walter A, wks cotton mills, bds 146 Roberts 
Moody C E, wood, coal and cement, agt White and New Home 
machines, 20 N Ct Sq, tel 121, r Chunn's Cove. (See 
bottom cor cards) 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable Inciira n pp Johnston Building, 13 Court 

stock companies. liloUI alltc. Square, Asheville, N. C. 

Moody Mrs C E, breeder of fine chickens, select eggs for in- 
valids, 20 N Ct Sq, r Chunn's Cove, tel 121 
James S, trav, r Chunn's Cove K^ % 

Mooney Charles B, carp, r 4 Frederick 

" Jonathan, carp, r 4 Frederick 

" Miss Mattie C, r 4 Frederick 

" Robert D, bkkr R S Smith, bds 4 Frederick 

" Wade, c, lab, r 126 S Pine 
Moore Miss Abbie, r Winyah Sanitarium 

" Allen, c, porter Battery Park Hotel, r rear 137 S Pine 

" Anna, r 34 Maiden Lane 

" Benjamin, lab, r 6 Lexington ave 

" Bettie, c, maid Mrs H M Davidson, r same 

" Miss Carrie, bds 83 Bailey 

" Charles, c, blksmith, r rear 137 S Pine 

" Charles, c, lab, r 150 S Pine 

il Charles A, (Moore & Moore), lawyer, r Merrimon ave 

" Clara, c, nurse, r 287 S Main 

il Clem, c, fireman electric power house, r 156 S Beaumont 

" Denis, c, r 32 S Bailey 

" D Guy, bag mas Sou Ry, bds 58 N Main 

" E B, elk Kenilworth Inn, r same 



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Fancy Goods, Shoes and Hats. 



WHITF R QMITM PH fi f GO Patton 1 Nothing but the purest 

II nil L Ui Omlln, llli UiJ I of Drugs and Chemicals 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. Avenue. J used in Prescriptions. 

^ MOO 282 MOO 

iy Moore Edward B, elk James Lorrick, r 7 Rollins 

> £ " Edward D, bds 58 N Main 

^ v " Fannie, c, laund, r 6 Lexington ave 

§ " Frederick, (Moore & Moore), lawyer, r 422 W Haywood 

^ o. " George, r, lab, r 62 McDowell 

l_ 13 " George, <r, whitewasher, r 17 Oak Dale ave 

h- y " Harriet, c, laund, r 6 Lexington ave 

5^ j " Harrison, c, lab, r 6 Lexington ave 

" Hattie, c, cook B W Hedden, r same 

|£} " Henrietta, c, cook, r 79 Valley 

" Ina M Miss, r 58 N Main 

" James, c, butcher Battery Park Hotel, r 56 Poplar 

" James, c, lab, r 7 Sorrel 

" James, c, r W Haywood near old Depot 

" James A, life insur agt, r Short 

" John, c, lab, rms rear 285 S Main 

" John, r, lab, r 135 S Pine 

" John G, insur agt, r 12 Short 

" Joseph, c, hostler J V Sevier, r 6 Lexington ave 

" J L, night watchman Kenil worth Inn, r same 

" Julia, c, chambermaid Cain House, r same 



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11 11 wimwuiu ALLEN'S FRUIT AND CIGAR STORE, opp osite P. 0. 

Moore Julia, c, laund, r 6 Sorrel 

" Julia Mrs, tailoress, r 24 Depot 

" Lemmon, c, lab, r 6 Lexington ave 

" Maggie A (wid J W), r 62 YVoodfin (3d floor) 

" Margaret, r, cook J E Dickerson, r same 

" Martha, c, laund, r W Haywood near old Depot 

" Martha, c, laund, r 3 Clemmons 

" Mary (wid H C), r 124 Woodfin 

" Maude M Miss, r 24 Depot 

" & Moore (Charles A and Fred), lawyers 16, 18 and 19 Legal 
bldg S Ct Sq 
Moore M Van, prop Men's Outfitter, bds 94 College (see back 
cover) 

" Peter, c, butler Mrs H D Woodson, r same 

" Pink, c, lab Sou Ry, r rear 107 Depot 

" Rebecca, c, laund, r rear 11 [ N Main 

" Regina, c, cook J P Howatt, r same 

" Rosa L Miss, r 62 Woodfin (3d floor) 

" Ruthey, c, laund, r 98 Roberts 

" Samuel F, carp, bds 71 N Main 

" Ted, c, wks Palace Stables, r 6 Lexington ave 



RING UP TELEPHONE 95. 

_LE STEAM L/ 

■S;3 ^77"33T COLLEGE £TEEET. 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6. 

iMm rmacfsi and Chemist. 



60 PattonlFlNE CIGARS, 

\ Key West and Domestic, 
Avenue. J always on band. 



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Moore Tempie, c, laund, r 19 Brick 

" Thomas, c, porter W B Williamson & Co, r 287 S Main 

" Violet, c, cook W L Moore, r same 

" Wm, c, lab, r 38 Hildebrand 

" Wm, c, cabinet maker W B Williamson & Co, r Atkin 

" Wm, c, lab, r 5 Weaver 

" Wm H, cigar mkr Ash Cigar Co, bds 58 N Main 

" Wm L, bkkpr, r 58 N Main 

" Wm W, forwarding elk P O, r Montford 

" Wm Z, peddler, r 29 Maiden Lane 

" Zora, c, laund, r 17 Atkin 
Moose T V, wks Ash Woodwkg Co, bds 46 S Main 
Mooten Sarah Mrs, seamstress, r rear 30 Maiden Lane 
Morehead Cyrus, <r, lab, r 53 Mountain 

" George, c, driver Acme Wine and Liquor House 

" George W, c, pastor Industrial School, r 249 College 

" James, c, wks cemetery, r 4 Madison 

" Wm, c, butler Mrs C Koppelberger, r same 
Morgan Addie, c, laund, r rear 222 Haywood 

" & Alexander, (R S Morgan and L B Alexander), Men's 
Furnishings, Drhumor Blk 



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WAfJIVFR kr WIT.T.S builders and contractors. 

TlilUHLill a Tf 1JJUO) Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave.. Asheville, N. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
8®" Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

Morgan Alice, c, cook Dr T E Linn, r same 

" Annie, c, cook M Swartzberg, r same 

" Dick, c, porter A U Cooper, r rear 285 S Main 

" Effie, c, cook, r 27 Brick 

" Ella, c, r 102 Short Bailey 

" E R, fireman Kenilworth Inn, r same 

; ' Ella, c, servt D G Noland, r same 

" Hattie, c, cook Mrs S G Struthers, r same 

" Hulda, c, laund, r rear 285 S Main 

" James, wks cotton mills, r Avery near same 

" James K, wks Ashville Cotton Mills, bds 527 W Haywood 

" Jesse M, r 204 College 

" John W, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, bds 527 W Haywood 
Morgan JN& Co, books and stationery, 3 W Ct Sq (see adv) 
Morgan Joseph. N (J N Morgan &Co), book store, r Woolsey 

" Joseph P, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, bds 527 W Haywood 

" Mamie, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 527 W Haywood 

" Mattie (wid Cal), r 13 Gay 

" Minnie T Miss, wks Ash Steam Laund, r 13 Gay 

" Ott, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, bds 527 W Haywood 

" Patrick, c, stone mason, r rear 9 Hiawassee 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, T^SiSfigs**. 

Distillers' Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' Ryes, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. FRANK O'DUNNULL, Proprietor. 





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_, Morgan Richard, c, porter A D Cooper, r same 

^ " Robert S (Morgan & Alexander), bds 99 Haywood 

pT z " Sallie, c, house girl M Swartberg, r same 

S " Savannah, c, nurse, r 27 Brick 

~ " Thomas, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 527 W Haywood 

Q " Wm, c, painter, bds Peach Row 

" Wm R, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, bds 527 W Haywood 
Morris Alfred E, wks Vanderbilt mansion 

" Alfred F, night watchman Ashe WoodwkgCo, r 58 Woodfin 

" C F, carpenter, bds 71 N Main 

" Clyde Miss, elk Racket Store, r 58 Woodfin 

" Erastus R, painter, bds 220 Patton ave 

«*"*' ■ " Eugene R, physician 24 Patton ave (2d floor), r 130 French 

CZ9 Broad ave 

"■ " Gaither, c, waiter Winyah Sanitarium, r rear 28 Depot 

^> " George W, porter Hampton & Featherston, r 25 Hildebrand 

*^J " Gilbert H, delvy elk P O, r 130 French Broad ave 

" Harriet, c, wks Battery Park Hotel, r rear 28 Depot 

" Hilliard L, carrier P O, rms same 

" James, c, lab, r rear 28 Depot 

" James, c, lab, r 127 Valley 

R9 ^MITH ARCHITECT, 
I Ol O If I I III Six years Resident^ Architect _for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 



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PARAGON BUILDING. Eight years with 

the late Mr. R. M. Hunt, 
t Architect for G. W. Van 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



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-f j3 Morris James W, painter, r 82 S Main 

.2 " John F, (Rice & Morris), hostler Sou Ry, r 19 Rector 

M . " " Lettie L Miss, milliner the Racket Store, r 31 Woodfin 

1— 1 Q " Lottie, r, maid Mrs S Terry, r same 

^ " Maggie, c, cook 98 Park ave, r same 

l # " Mary Miss, r 220 Patton ave 

q ** " Robert, c, waiter Oaks Hotel 



gr, h " Sarah, (wid T H), r 6 Marjorie 

■*ja W " Sis, c, laund, r 94 Roberts 

03 § " Thomas, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r 134 S Pine 

S H " Wm, c, porter Hampton & Featherston, r 25 Hildebrand 

p« ^ Morrow Charles J, lumber inspector, bds 68 Depot 

» § » Clyde, r, r head of Flint 

^ W " Cornelius, c, wks James Wolfe Meat Co, r head of Flint 

fe I " Eugene, c, r head of Flint 

^ " John, lumberman, bds 68 Depot 

t* a " Rev John S, c, pastor Bethany Presbyterian church, r head 

j§ * of Flint 

O " Samuel, c, driver, r head of Flint 

"j3 " Mamie K Miss, r 68 Depot 



Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio- 
lins, a complete line. One price only, 
and that the lowest known, at 



'Talk's Music House, 

J is PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G, SMITH, Ph. 6., j 6 ° Patt0U KS"°:~ 

( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 



Pli.iriiiHi'ist ami < licuiist. 



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Morrow Miss Mary B, teacher Orange St High School, bds 175 >#$ 

Chestnut t%?< 

" Thomas, lumber buyer Biltmore lumber Co, r 68 Depot 2j s.g 

" Wm H, lumber inspector, bds 68 Depot j| ST 

Morrison Theodore S, (T S Morrison & Co), r Pearson ave ^ g 

Morrison T 3 & Co, (T S Morrison, J H Osborne, T E Clay- p g 

ton, W P Pegram), gen'l Mdse, Fertilizers, Plaster ' — <— - 
and Grass Seed, 39 N Main 
" Walter, c, wks J D Henderson, r same 
Morton Thomas, c, driver McDowell & Johnson, r 63 McDowell Mt 
Mosely Ada. c, seamstress, r 186 S Pine ^Efl 

Spencer 1', c, blksmith, r rear 36 Depot ^^? 

Moss Miss Ada, r Gray Gables 

Alpha, c, cook, 72 College, r same »s 

Rev Andrew B, r(ira\ Gables 5m 

" Miss Ella, r Gray Gables flM 
" Henry, r, butler 102 Park ave 

James. <\ lab, r rear 65 McDowell pjs 

" John, c, gardener, r rear 34 Maiden Lane 

" John, c, wks Swannanoa Hotel, r 134 Church fi>ff 

Lawson, c, barber 70 S Side a\e. r 90 Southside ave eaB) 

Rogers' Book Store Uri %:^Z FIND g 

Moss Miss Mar)- r Gray Gables tzftft 

" Miss Minah, r Gay Gables "^ 

" Samuel, carp, r Redmond's Alley ,-^a__ 

Mosseller John S, gun and locksmith 9 Patton ave, r 2 Bennett ^ 

Mourer Miver, clothing, shoes and gents' furnishings, r 67 N Main pg 

Mourrough Hettie, c, wks T A Wood, r same /l 

Mouzon Eliza, c, cook B F Webster, r same 3 

Mulenex Miss May, r Pearson ave near coal chute = — | 

" Wm G, wks Ashe Wood Wkg Co, r Pearson ave near e-» pi 

coal chute ^ (ft 

Mull Robert L, finisher Skyland Furnt Co, bds 23 Spring =■ J^J 

Muller Ernest, electrician, bds 16 Charlotte 

" John D, musician, r r6 Charlotte 

" Miss Minna L, r 16 Charlotte 

" Wm O, trav com mcht, r 16 Charlotte 
Munson Suue Miss, mission wkr, r 132 Hill 
Murchison Fannie, c, nurse John D Adams, bds 48 Grove 
Murdoch Bina Miss, attend't Dr Ramsay's office, r bey city limits 
Murphy Albert, c, lab, r 36 Gudger 

" Carrie, cook 117 Chestnut, r same 

" Carrie, c, nurse J Hampton, r same 



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TRUSTWORTHY SHOES from such 
makers as ZIEGLER. BANISTER, HEY- 
WOOD, PACKARD & EWALD. 

4S"One price system. J 7 and » PATTON AVENUE. 

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H. Redwood & Co., 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,{ 

Pharmacist antl Chemist. I. 



60 Pattern) Tooth Powders, Tooth 
V Brushes. Everything 
Avenue. \ for the Teeth. 



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^ If) Murphy George, c, lab Sou Ry, r 35 Gudger 

IS Murphy James D, (Tucker, Murphy & Erwin), lawyers, r 
■gp Montford ave 

2k! ® Murray Charles, c, lab, r 1 1 1 N Main 
\J £ c< Francis, c, r 12 Cumberland 
^^ " Mrs Katie, r 11 McDowell 
La q, " Lem, r, wks Hotel Berkeley 
^ O " Lilly, c, r 12 Cumberland ave 
Pi ^J " Miss Mary, r 2 Blanton 
U" ^a " Morgan, lab, r 13 Gay 
" Wm, driver, r2 Blanton 
" Wm, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 
" Wm P, lab, r 10 Madison 
Murrell John, c, wks Sawyer's carpet store, rms 58 Haywood 
Murrough Mamie, c, cook T W Triplett, r same 
Murroug'h Noah, c, propr Woodlawn Cafe, r 19 S Grove 
Musser Robert W K, bds 79 N Main 
Mustin Eli, mgr Mustin, Robinson Co, r6 Starnes ave 
Mustin-Robinson Co, J D Robinson presdt, F R Grant v-prest, 
B J Rice treas, Eli Mustin mgr, wholesale grocers, 
45 Depot 



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Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Offi&p, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 






w Myers Perral, (wid Charles), r 95 College 

^j \T EVER FAIL to send your work to the Model Steam Laun- 

(0 J_\j diy. Why? Because it never fails to please. Church St. 

U) q) Name Laura, c, laund Kenihvorth Inn, r same 

•^ *■ Nash Bessie Miss, r 150 S Pine 

E ^ " Charles, painter T W Fitzpatrick, r Sunset Drive 

2 •- " Robert, butcher W M Hill & Co, r Sunset Drive 

H £ National Bank of Asheville, W W Barnard prest, Theo F Da- 

3 vidson v-presdt, Wm J Cocke cashier, Barnard Bldg, 

tfi LL (see Miscellaneous) 

® ^. Neal Julia, c, laund, r 131 S Pine 

^ O " George, c, lab, r 6 Gray 

•£ (A " Mary, r, cook, r 22 Eagle 

(0 -g " Phillip, contractor, r 120 Charlotte 

C Neely John, c, lab, r 51 Eagle 

^2 " J orm W, elk H Redwood & Co, r Chestnut near Cumber- 

O land ave 

"O — Neighbors John, brickmason, r 22 Madison 

."■ W " Miss Susie, r 22 Madison 

^» Neile Thomas, plasterer, r 285 E College 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Aveuue, Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., \«> ***>») 

Plinrmacist and < hunM (. AveilUC. J 



Prescriptions 

delivered 

promptly. 






NEI 287 NIC 

Neihon, see also Xelson 

Neilson Arthur, night watchman Battery Park Hotel, r same 

" Charles L, mgr Elete Cafe, mem Hose Co A F D, bds 
Western Hotel 

" Laura, (wid M L), r 71 Woodfin 
Nelliton Miss Mollie, r 121 Depot 

Nelon Mary Olivia, physician 13 Church, r Mountain Cot- 
tage, tel 30 
Nelson Boney, woodwkr J C Wallace, r 10 Spring 

" Charles, steward Battery Park Hotel, r 12 N Ct Sq 

" Charles V, r 91 Woodfin 

" Claude E, elk E W McCoy & Co, bds 45 French Broad ave 

" Miss Cora, r 22 Brick 

ii Miss Eva V, r 45 French Broad ave 

" Ella Miss, r 22 Brick 

" Horatio, elk, bds 45 French Broad ave 

" Rev Jacob R, c, pastor Mt Zion Baptist church, r 217 S 
Beaumont 

" John D, sals Armour Pkg Co, r W Chestnut near Cumber- 
land ave 

ASHEVILLE . . ( Incensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
DVElRTISINC Control City Street Car Advertising. 
/*STftl7*V 1 l >rP P arean dl)lac»' Newspaper Advertising 

CfclMvfY . . . . v. Contractors for Western North Carolina 

Nelson Miss Mary, bds 31 Giove 

" Maude E Miss, r 45 French Broad ave *^^ 

" Napoleon B, carriage mkr, r 10 Spring *^ 

" Wm L (E W McCoy & Co), r 45 French Broad ave "^ 

" Wm L Mrs, mgr Arverne 45 French Broad ave 

Netherton Eliza Miss, r 13 Gay 

Nettles Elizabeth Mrs, r 156 Chestnut c< 

Neville Lucy Miss, r 46 S Main &1 

" Olive L Mrs, boarding 15 Bearden ave |S 

" Robert O, boarding 46 and 48 S Main (2d floor) £ 

New Home Sewing Machine, C E Moody agt 20 N Ct Sq m 

Newell Dwight W, chief dispr Sou Ry, bds 139 Bailey io 

" Emmazilla B (wid H K), r 139 Bailey ^ 

" Kate G Miss, r 139 Bailey g 

Newton John, printer Asheville Daily Citizen, bds 46 S Main g; 

'« Wm M, elk M C Noblitt, r 169 S Main 

Nichols Adolph, tailor Balto Clothing House, r 155 N Main 3 

" Archie, elk J Spangenberg, bds 122 Patton ave 
" Cicero (Roberts & Nichols), bds College n e cor Vance 
" Charles, elk T C Butler & Son, bds 42 Bailey 
" Egbert O, student, bds 122 Blanton 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ?^85S&««i. 

Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and) A cTi<^-?ri11<* "NT f* 
vicinity. Frank O'Donnell, Proprietor. / rVbUCVliiC, xx . \s. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. I Avenue. ) | i,rs& Powders, 



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*||'§ Nichols John A, propr Asheville Steam Laundry 43 W Col- 

5||| lege, r 85 Liberty (see bottom margins) 

,|~ rt 3 " John P, cabinet mkr 9 Willow, r 129 Woodfin 

IS-oq " Mary (wid Richard), r 122 Blanton 

cllg. " Mary C Miss, r 85 Liberty 

^ll?! " Minnie Miss, r 22 Valley — Happy Hollow 

f&Ljj " Richard F, lumber inspector, bds 122 Blanton 

c\5£h " Wesley, wks Asheville Cotton Mills 

Nicks Adolphus, carp, r 316 N Main 
g " Elizabeth) (wid francis), r 316 N Main 

" Isabel, domestic W E Breese, r same 
mb " Joseph R, coachman, r 316 N Main 

S. Nipson John, c, brick mason, r 206 S Main 
fi " John W, c, elk P J Swepson, r Depot 

EE [] Noble Henry, lab, r Maiden Lane 
5*£ H " Richard, c, bell boy Winyah Sanitarium, r same 

■ S Noblitt Martin C, grocer 169 S Main, r same 

■ p| Noland Dock G, grocer 21 N Main, r 136 Bailey 
|^j " John J, patrolman, r 136 Bailey 

J ft " Mary M (wid R Burton), r 137 Bailey 

" " Massenie C, grocer 27 S Main, r 136 Bailey 

Fine Hams, Breakfast Bacon, 
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Nordehime Miss Ida, domestic Vanderbilt Mansion, bds 87 Bailey 
Normal and Collegiate Institute, Dr Thomas Lawrence president, 
^- Victoria (see miscellaneous) 

„^3 Norman John, c, servt Mrs S W Hines, r same 
SB^ Norris Warren K, elk Morgan & Alexander, bds 94 College 

Northup Willard B (Brown, Northup & Co), r 11 Hiawassee 
03 Place 

^*> Norton James E, editor Asheville Daily Gazette, r 46 Broad 
C^S " Miss Mary S, r 46 Broad 

" Wra, c, waiter Glen Rock Hotel, mis 153 Market 
lEEi Norvill Thomas W, shoemakr J T Harris, r 323 Bailey 
CO Norwood Alexander, c, janitor Sondley bldg, r Hill 

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«— f~\ WHERE can good laundry be done ! " (Echo) At The 

C»0 ^ J Model Steam Laundry, Church street. 

Q3 Oak Hall Barber Shop, W H McLean and J W Bowman proprs, 1 
SZZ Patton ave 

" ^^ Oakland Heights, C A Wood propr, Victoria 

Oaks Hotel, S H Reed propr, Chas R Whitaker mgr, Oak s e 
cor Woodfin (see miscellaneous — cut) 
"CO Oates J Rush (Cowan & OatesJ, livery, r 9 Flint 



line of i lANUlb 3.11(1 U All A li U on easy installments, at 

FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.J 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



60 Patton) A full line of 
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AvPiniP [ and Perfumery 
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O'Conner Mrs Annie, boarding 455 Depot (see card) 
" John, bds 158 Chestnut 
" Miss Katie, r 455 Depot 



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" Miss Mary, r 455 Depot 
Odom Miss Maggie, wks Ashe Cot mills, bds rear 126 Roberts 

" May, weaver Ashe Cot mills, bds rear 126 Roberts 

" Paul, c, brickmason, r 418 N Main 
O'Donnell Frank, wines, liquors, cigars and tobacco, 19 N 
Main, tel 152, r tel 244, r 174 Haywood, (see bottom 
lines) 
Ogburn Alfred R, fruit and ornamental tree agent, bds Western 

Hotel 
Ogden Miss Annie S, r 5 W Chestnut 

" Hatfield, bds 76 Cherry 

" John H, contr and bldr, r 5 W Chestnut 
Oglesby Lula, (wid W W), r 4 View 

" Thomas, c, barber n Eagle, r 113 Mountain B»S 

O'Neal Edward, c, bellboy Oakland Hgts, r 90 Southside ave nag 

" John, painter, bds 82 S Main ^ 

" Turner, c, wks Biltmore, r 90 S Southside ave 

" Wm, c, cook J Smith, r 58 Southside ave f 9 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., =, i 

Thirty old, reliable InciitiQnro Johnston Building, 13 Court "< %" 

stock companies. llloUI Alll/Ct Smurc A«hpviiio *r r 



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O'Neely Richard, c, lab, r 26 Southside ave 

O'Neil Sidney, <r, wks Chambers, Weaver & Co's livery stables 

" Willow, c, r 23I Weaver — • =2. 

Olive Henry J, bkkpr Ashe Mercantile Co, bds Walnut cor Hill ""Iff 

Oliver Andrew L, c, porter Arcadia Hotel, r same ET 5-" 

" John, c, lab, r 12 McDowell S" §,§. 

" John, c, wks Mustin-Robinson Co, r 116 Cherry M £ 

Opera House Building, Patton ave ^ || 

Orange St High School, R J Tighe principal, Orange near "5 _f 

Central ave S" a' 

Orange Street Sanatarium, medical directors: S Westray •?" Jz 
Battle, Jno A Watson 3?- 

Orders James M, beamer Ashe Cot mills, r 45 W Haywood g,g 

Ore Jane, c, laund, r 32 Clemmons ' 

" Mary, c, maid J E Rankin, ^ 

rS" Sallie, c, laund, r 36 Buttrick co 

Orr Ephraim M, Jr, Bowling Alley 18 Lexington ave, r Col- c~3 3- 

lege, (see card) ^ § 

'•' Margaret M, (wid E M Orr), r 42 Woodfin <™ • 

" Thomas F, r 42 Woodfin cd ** 

" Wm, salesman H Redwood & Co, r 42 Woodfin 00 ' 

^*S^ t ££&£?£ H. Redwood & Co., Nos. 7 & 9 Patton Ayo. 

Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats and Shoes. 



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Osborne Addie, c, laund, r 36 Buttrick 

" Hattie, c, cook Mrs M C Sudderth, r 341 Haywood 

" James H, (TS Morrison & Co), r 8 Starnes ave 

" Sallie, c, laund, r 29 Valley 
Ottinger Charles A, wks Citizen office, bds 76 Haywood 

" Lucy E, (wid A), furnt rooms 76 Haywood, r same 
Overcash Clarence, student, bds 37 Blanton 

" Hampton J, carp Carolina Woodwking Co, r 37 Blanton 
Owen & Co, (W E Owen, S F Drake), carriage and sign paint- 
ers and genl electrical work, 2 Market, (see card) 
Owen Wm E, (Owen & Co), r Wallace 
Owens James E, wks Sou Ry, r 107 Depot 

" James W, c, wks B Collins, rms 7 Eagle 

" John S, agt J E Dickerson & Co sewing machines, r 19 Ann 

" Joseph L, elk M Swartzberg, r 286 Southside ave 

" Mrs Laura J, boarding 234 N Main 

" Mary, c, cook, r Dixontown 

" Wm, painter, r 324 Short Bailey 
Ownbey Miss Anna Pearle, r 120 Cherry 

" Burton L, elk. WN Ownbey, bds 19 Merrimon ave 

" Charity, laund, r 24 Southside ave 

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DC <2 Ownbey Miss Daisy, r 19 Merrimon ave 

3 " Eugene A, elk W N Ownbey, bds 19 Merrimon ave 

t '. " Lawrence E, (Ownbey & Son), r 120 Cherry 

Z & " Miss Lela, domestic W W West, r same 

02 A " Lillie, cook 33 Merrimon ave, r same 
? ^ " Miss Nettie May, r 120 Cherry 

" Parley A, grocer, 74 Grove 

ai g Ownbey JEt L, (R L Ownbey & Co), r 145 College 

Zg I " R Lee, elk Ownbey & Son, bds 120 Cherry 

<3u Ownbey R L & Co, (R L Ownbey, H O Braman), green 

^j 2 ^ grocers and dealers in fruits, butter, eggs and poultry r 

&< d stall 9 Central Market, tel 161. (See card) 

ZH " Sims, (Ownbey & Son), r 120 Cherry 

3 I [|J " & Son, (S and L E), grocers, 7 Montford ave 
^ I £ " Wm N, grocer 19 Merrimon ave, r same 



OROUD are we f our past record, and pride will keep us from 

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dry. Church St 

O J» Pace Miss Celia, r 130 Poplar 

Henry L, lab, r 417 Short Bailey 



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Phone 95. Near Post-office. 43 West College Street. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., I 60 Patton l C 

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PAC 291 PAR ~ 

Pace Miss Julia, r 130 Poplar {^ 

" Mrs Nancy, r 130 Poplar SS 

Pack George W, r Merrimon a\ e n w cor Broad DL2 

Packard Miss Elizabeth D, r 113 Montford ave 

Page George W, butcher Hampton & Ledford, r 90 East 
" John L, motorman St Ry Co, bds 193 Patton ave 

" Parthenia, c, r W Haywood nr old depot *^ 

" Thomas, c, elk R M Ramsey, r 193 Patton ave QJ 

" Wm H, delivery Hampton & Ledford, bds 90 East ^* 

Painter Andrew C, car wiper Sou Ry, r 100 Depot — * 

" Eagle E, flagman Sou Ry, bds 144 Park ave C/i 

" Frank F, bkkpr W A Blair, bds same ZU 

" Ham H, flagman Sou Ry, bds 144 Park ave CD 

Palace Livery Stables (The), Brown Bros proprs, 29, 31, 33 ¥* 

and 34 Lexington ave ^ 

Palais Royal, Morris Meyers propr, 28 S Main. (See card) 

Palmer Abby, c, nurse, r 101 S Beaumont "*P? 

" Bert, barber Robert Longbottom, r 64^ S Main ^* 
(i Charles, card, bds 79 N Main 
" Kay, c, driver Crystal Palace, r 101 S Beaumont 
" Louis, c, wks W H Powers, r 101 S Beaumont 



W4r<\nri? €r WIT T Wl BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 
HAULirill (V TT IJjJUO, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
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Palmer Marion, c, wks Ashe St Ry Co, r 101 S Beaumont 

Paragon Building, Patton ave, n e cor Haywood 

Parham Rev Joseph B, pastor Frewill Baptist Church, r 512 

W Haywood 
Parker Albert F, elk C A Raysor, r The Pines, Pearson ave 

." Albert H, mechanic, r 58 Hill 

" Alfred E, bds Montford ave cor Blake 

" Anthony L, special agt Life Indemnity Co, r The Pines 
Pearson ave 

" Edward, c, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfy 

" Elbert, cabinet mkr Skyland Furniture Co 

" George, wks coal chute Sou Ry, r Pearson ave nr coal chute 

" George A, grocer 34 S Main, r 133 Broad 

" George A, carp, r 325 E College 
Parker Haywood, (Bourne & Parker), lawyer, r 47 S Main 

" James, elk H Redwood & Co, bds The Pines, Pearson ave 

" Jason O, bds 325 E College 

" Jefferson D, c, driver Ashe Mercantile Co, r Dixontown 

" Jennette, c, cook S E Cunningham, r same 

" Miss Julia, housekeeper 38 Bailey, r same 

" Miss Lelia R, r Pearson ave, The Pines 



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When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER a-d BRANDIES, call at 

19 North Main Street, 

7 and 7% West College Street, 
»J FRANK O'DONNELL, Propr. 



vv Lieu )uu liccu *~"iiy mc ucsi nniu, wm num. ■ , 

The Carolina Wine &, Liquor Stores, 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., { 60 PMoa } ?f rr;u, 

' • ' I AvpmiP f cals always used 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I nvcuuc ' ) in Prescriptions. 

PAR 292 PAT 

Parker Minnie, c, r 24 Clemmons 

" Oswald V, elk W E Allen, r Pearson ave, The Pines 
" Samuel, carp, r 9 Short 
" Thomas, c, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfy 
" Wm, mess W U Tel Co, bds 325 College 
" Wm L, furnt finisher Skyland Furnt Co, r 171 Roberts 
UU Park James, c, station hand Sou Ry, r 184 Phifer 
" John, c, station hand Sou Ry 

a Parks Albert, lab, r 82 Valley 
" C A, eng Sou Ry, rms 199 Park ave 
^^* " Calvin, lab, r 88 Gudger 

ntag " Ernest, c, waiter Judge C B Moore, r same 

to^M " Jane, c, r Dixontown 

_ _ " Jane, c, laund Kenilworth Inn, r same 

UJ '• John, bkkpr C Falk, r 56 Center 

^gj " Serene E, barber (basement) 11 n w Ct Sq, r near Moun- 

^L tain Cottage 

" Violet, c, laund, r 91 Gudger 
Pannell C J, bds 56 Depot 
Parris Adeline, (wid W E) r 212 Madison 
Patillo Trenton A, Equitable Life Ins agt 14 Ct Sq, r 216 College 

«£ D Q QMITU ARCHlTECT/ra?eV r u K G H Un ^ ht - arswith 

x years Resident Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



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" Amos, c, lab, r 59 Brick 

" Miss Belle, r Mountain n w cor S Pine 

" Ernest L, fireman Sou Ry, bds 9 Rollins 

" Fannie, c, laund, r 101 Bailey 
Patterson J Reese, (Rutledge, Patterson, Webb & Co) in- 
surance, r 72 College 

" Miss Katie Medora, r 211 Patton ave 

" Miss Lottie, r 72 College 

" Lucy, c, pastry cook, r Dixontown 

" Robert O, elk U S Court, r 211 Patton ave 

" Robert O Jr, student, bds 211 Patton ave 

" Rufus, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 

" Wm R, elk, rms 24 1st Natl Bank Bldg 
Patton Miss Agnes C, r 279 College 

" Miss Alice, r 274 Eagle 

" Annie, c, cook, r 56 Montford 

" Benjamin F, civil eng, r 279 College 

" Erwin W, (Patton & Stikeleather) r s Biltmore 

" Miss Frances L, r 95 Charlotte, 

" Franklin, carp, r 37 S Spruce 

This citv is too small to make a complete T?ATlf?C! TlITTOin UATTCJP 
stock of SHEET MUSIC pay, but T Alj|\_ © MIMl 11 \J U O ti 

Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-tlvrd discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE. 



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Pliurni>i4-iM ;ni<l < li< niist l n -' clulCl J Leather Go 



fiO Pntton "i Pocket Books, 



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Patton F McLeod, bds 95 Charlotte 

" Jane, (wid R C) r 274 Eagle 

" Jesse M, Hose Co A F D 

" John, driver Ashe Dray Co, r 17 Walnut 

" John, c, \vks47 Woodfin 

" John E, sawyer, r 25 Spring 

" John G, brick layer and stone mason, r 248 College 

" John L, bridge foreman Sou Ry, r 4 Rollins 

" Missjosie B, r 95 Charlotte 

" Miss Julia M, r 279 College 

" Mrs Lena, r 4 View 

" Maggie, c, cook Wiley B Brown, r same 

" Maggie, c, cook, r 56 Montford 

" Manson, lab, r Richard 

" Mary, c, cook H West, r same 

" Mary M, (wid J A) r 85 Orange 

" Miss Mattie E, r 279 College 

" Preston F, elk C W Baird & Co, bds 318 Patton ave 
Patton & Stikeleather, (E W Patton, F Stikeleather) livery, 
feed and sale stables 104 to 108 Patton ave 

" Thomas W, (Buncombe Brick Co) r 95 Charlotte 



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Hannah, c, laund, r rear 55 Depot, RevelFs Row 
" Olden, c, wks K A Maschker. r same 

Tolir H. KEDWOOD & CO.. Nos. 7 and 9 Patton Ave., 

Full lines of CLOTHING, MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS, 
SMALL WARES, HATS and SHOES. 



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STORE THEIR HEADQUARTERS. 

Patton Wesley, c, wks Wiley B Brown's stables, r 56 Montford ave \\\ 

" Wm, bds 37 S Spruce 

" Wm, c, porter Mrs A Graves, r same 

" Wm H, carp, r 179 Bailey 

" Woodville C, lab, r 74 Eagle 

" Zebulon, c, r 12 Cumberland "^T 

Paul Conrad C, propr Vienna Bakery, mem hook and lad co A J™~" 
F D, r 18 n Ct Sq (J) 

11 George, (Vienna Bakery) r 18 n Ct Sq <* 

" Miss Lula, saleslady Vienna Bakery, r 18 n Ct Sq 
Payne Bud, c, restaurant, r 26 Eagle 

Payne Henry, secty Democrat headquarters s Ct Sq Legal c=> ^ 
blng and 13 S Main, r 79 N Main i? £Q 

" Thomas, c, pastor Zion Mission, r 143 Hill -- £) 

" Wm, c, wks Kenilworth Inn ss I 

Peace Alfred, shoemaker, r 505 W Haywood 

" Latta, spinner Ashe cotton mills, r 505 W Haywood 
Malcolm, spinner Ashe cotton mills, r 505 W Haywood 



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Peak Sallie, c, laund, r 109 S Beaumont 

" Wyatt, c, driver, r rear 55 Depot, Revell's Row 
Pearcy Willard, c, station hand Sou Ry 
Pearsey James F, c, lab, r short Bailey 

' ' Violet, c, r short Bailey 
Pearson Charles L, physician 52 Patton ave, bds Berkeley 
Hotel 

" Edward J, physician, died Aug 6, 1896 
Pearson Henry P, c, butcher; dealer in fish, game etc; stall E. 
Central market, r 208 Hazzard (see top cor cards) 

" Jessie, c, laund, r 176 S Pine 

" Myra, c, r 102 Hazzard 
Peck Sallie, c, wks Ashe Steam Laundry, r 109 S Beaumont 
Peeler Thomas, c, brakeman Sou Ry 
Pegram Wm P, (T S Morrison & Co) r 13 Vance 

" Wm T, lab, r 120 Church 
Peigler James C, eng ice factory, r 195 Roberts 
Pelham James W, physician and druggist 24 Patton ave, r 

105 Bailey 
Pelham's Pharmacy, (W E Pelham) 24 Patton ave 
Pelham Samuel D, mgr Pelham's Pharmacy, r 105 Bailey 



CAROLINA CQAL CO. 



Office Phone, - 130 

Yard Phone, - 144 

Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



Penland see also Penlen 

Penland Alexander C, bds 39 W Haywood 

" Andrew J, weaver Ash Cot Mills, bds 39 W Haywood 

" Calder, spinner Ash Cot Mills, bds 39 W Haywood 

" Carrie, spinner Ash Cot Mills, bds 39 W Haywood 

" Charles, painter T W Fitzpatrick, mem Hook and Lad Co- 

A F D 

" Miss Clella L, r 3 Spruce 

" Miss Clorus, domestic 63 N Main, r same 

" Miss Ellen C, r 73 Haywood 

" G P, weaver Ash Cot Mills, r 39 W Haywood 

" George S, grocer 43 W Haywood, r 39 W Haywood 

" George T, with Asheville Cot Mills, bds 39 W Haywood. 

" Harriet, c, waiting maid Sou Ry depot 

" Miss Mary, r 39 W Haywood 

'■' Miss Mary, r 32 Penland 

" Mrs M P, r 32 Penland 

" Nellie, c, laund, r 88 S Side ave 

" Patton T, wks Asheville Cot Mills, bds 39 Haywood 

" Renie, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r 39 W Haywood 

" Miss Sallie, r 339 S Main 



L, A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 
Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



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WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G. I J 60Patton lf-^- l 

' ' A vonno (fumes, hxtracts 

rimi in misi it iid < In in i-i (. avenue. J aud Soaps. 

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Penland Samuel E, Insurance Agt, bds 76 West 

" W A, painter T W Fitzpatrick, bds 59 N Main 
Penland William H, cash 1st National Bank, r 73 Haywood 

" Wm S, launch 220 Patton ave (Bsment), r same 
Penlen Samuel, c, restaurant, rms 33 Buttrick 
Pennell Kinard, machine hand Skyland Furniture Co 

" Thomas, teamster, r 189 Avery nrSou Ry «i ^ a 

Penniman A W, (Penniman Bros &. Co), r cor Charlotte and * ?H 
Chestnut ^ 

" Charles F, (Penniman Bros & Co), r cor Charlotte and 
Chestnut 

" Bros & Co, (C F & A W), genl hardware, 13 N Main 

" W Ridgley, (Penniman Bros & Co), r Emma N C 

" W Talbot, mgr Biltmore Stere, r 20 Clayton 
Perkins Bettie, c, chambermaid Margo Terrace, r same 

" Miss Grace E, music teacher 121 Haywood, r same 
Perkinson Travis J, painter and contr, r 93 Woodfin 
Perrimon Julius, c, r 402 Bailey 

" Silas, c, r 402 Bailey 
Perry Addie A (wid R A), r 32 Depot 

" Anna, c, laund, r Hillside cottage rear Sunset Drive •— v 

ASHEVSLLE . . ( Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. -^ 

DVERTISINC Control City Street Car Advertising. f\ 

J^CWOV / Prepare and plac* Newspaper Advertising V^, J 
UCnUT . ■ ■ ■ v. Com raetors tor Wes tern North Carolina 

Perry Annie, c, chambermaid, r 6 Coal 

" Cora V Miss, r 36 Short **«^ 

" Josephine, c, laund, r 6 Coal ^^ 

" John, lab, r 24 Valley ^ 

" Joseph M, cabinet mkr Ash Woodwkg Co, r 36 Short * 

" L E, frght condr Sou Ry "" 

" Martha T, r 8 Starnes ave . _, 

" Wm, lineman Elec Car Co, bds 16 Oakdale ave ro 

Peterson Rhoda Mrs, bds 8 Jefferson Drive * 

" Samuel A, plumber, bds 71 N Main ^ L 

" Wm A, paper hngr, r 8 Jefferson Drive Kj 

Petrie Hugh, tailor 10 Patton ave (2d floor), r 30 Starnes ave o ^ 

Pettie Alice, c, r 130 S Pine 5- »H 

" John, c, cook John M Stoner ar Kj 

Petty Addie, c, housemaid 74 Bailey, r same 35 M 

" Hester, c, cook Sluder House Merrimon ave, r same — ■ ^ 

Phelps Charles, wks cotton mills, bds 389 W Haywood = ££j 

" D J, weave 1 Asheville Cotton Mills, bds 387 W Haywood S2 M 

" Miss Oliie, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 387 W Haywood 3 ^ 

Phflegms Mack, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 34 W Haywood S. 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ^ffi^Ss^, 

Supply seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with their BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. 1 UA\K O'lHOMJ.l,, Proprietor. 



WHITEG.SMITH Ph.G.J 



nr\ T~t i -v Prescriptions filled 

OU X attOn only bv competent 



only by competent 
Pharmacists, and 



i-i,«r„.Hci*tH,„ici„,»i S t. I Avenue. j££5SbW' 

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§!?§* Phifer John, c, lab, r Avery near Sou Ry 
^o " Lucinda, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 
gjf..as Phillips Albert L, blacksmith, bds 84 Depot 
~ = 2? . " Amanda, c, laund, r 12-? Montford ave 
t*g.&o " Benjamin, c, lab, r 89 Gudger 
•§° r :' c | " Clara, ^, cook C W Thornburg, r same 
o.S£g " F B, painter, bds 16$ N Main 

' •' Harriet E, r 84 Depot 

^*> " John H, c, wks O D Revell, r S Grove near Philips 

■J " Morton H, furn varnisher, r 61 Charlotte 

" Nellie, c, r 123 Montford ave 
" Rena, c, laund, r S Grove near Phillips 
I pj " RobertO, blacksmith, r 84 Depot 
gg '• Samuel H, hostler's helper Sou -Ry 
bSj n " Wm, c, gate tender Sou Ry, r 116 Roberts 
35 h " S J Mrs, r 334 Bailey 

Pickens J Wiley, salsman J D Blanton & Co. bds 24 Grove 
" Lee, c, lab, r Sycamore cor Valley 
$ " Rachael, c, laund, r Dixon Town 
Pt Pickleheimer O, wks Ash Steam Laund, bds 38 Bailey 
Pierce Wm, c, waiter Winyah Sanitarium, r 19 Catholic ave 



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W. V. SILL Si CO. 



MEATS, FRESH AND CURED. 

Exclusive Handlers of Western Dressed Meats. 
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Piercy Amanda, c, cook J D Hughes, r same 
Pigler J C, wks Ash Ice & Coal Co 
Pinkerton Cora, c, cook Wm C Francis, r same 
Pinkins Fannie, c, nurse J M Campbell, r same 

" July J, c, lab, r 120 Montford ave 
Pinner George W, stone mason, r 7 Eloise 

" John, driver Mrs L A Johnson 
|JJ5 " Joseph, carp, r 36 East 

" Mrs Mamie E, r 1 1 Short 
H Piper F C, fireman Sou Ry 
fO " John, c, engine wiper Sou Ry 

Q3 " Westley, wks Ash Fndry and Machine Shops 

Pisgah Hotel, H M Crosby prop, 20 Patton ave 
Pittillo Robert L, boarding house, r 33 Buxton 
Pittman James B, bartender, r 362 W Haywood 
Pitts Mrs Elizabeth, r 42 W Haywood rear 

" Harriet E, seamstress, r 42 Spring 

" John B, bds 45 Spring 

" Miss Julia, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 45 Spriug 

" Miss Minnie, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, bds 45 Spring 

" Wm, fireman Sou Ry, bds 47 Depot 



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course of time. The freshest, clean- 
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IFalk's Music House, 

J 4» Pattou Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., 

rliariiiiieist antl Chemist. 



60 Patton 

Avenue. 



Every purchase deliv- 
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Pitts Wm W, engr South Ry, r 101 Park ave 5' 0*0 

Piatt Mrs C M, boarding, n e cor College and Vance ^ E?U 

Plemmons Benjamin M, wks Ashe Cotton Mills, r Avery nr same a." ni 

" Chailes S, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery nr same Hj" 

" Lonnie, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery nr same —^ °* 

" Mark, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery nr same d'~"v: 

" Wm, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery nr same ^ ;r™ 

Plumber John c, wks Oakland Heights g? ° 

Plummer J D, mgr Asheville Advertising Agency 8 Temple ^'q<" 

Court (see Cor Cards and Center Lines) £ ?™ 

Plunkett Frank, elk A V Jones & Co, bds 27 Bearden ave o 2.H 

Poindexter F W, engr South Ry, bds 144 Park ave ^ 3 q «< 

Polhemus Rev Isaac H, pastor Oakland Heights Presbyterian U n | 

Church, Victoria w^ 3 

Pollard James, c, restaurant near South Depot, r 421 Short Bailey S" ~'^ 

Polley Miss Bessie N, r 82 Chestnut £-? q ? 

" Harriet E, (wid G W B), boarding, 82 Chestnut 

" Miss Marion C, r 82 Chestnut 

Pommerer Miss Sophy, nurse King's Cottage, r same 

Ponders Emma, c, cook Mrs T W Branch, r same 

Ponder James S, c, driver D G Noland, r 133 N Main 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 



Thirty old, reliable 

stock companies. 



Insurance. 



Johnston Building, 13 Court 

Square, Asheville, N. C, 



Ponder Lizzie, c, r rear 278 S Beaumont 
Poole Frank, carp, bds Slagle Hotel 

" Josephine, c, laund, r 273 N Main 
Poor Robert T, constable Woolsey, r 19 N Pine 
Poore George F, mach Ashe Supply & Fdry Co, r 278 College 
Pope Albert, bagmaster Sou Ry, rms 53 Montford ave 

" S S, bkkprT W Fitzpatrick, r 10 Patton ave 
Porrell James, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 
Port Preston, carp, bds 216 S Side ave 
Porter Henrietta, c, laund, r 16 Atkin 

" James, c, musician, bds 27 Maiden Lane 

" Lizzie, c, laund, r rear 27 Brick 

" Rector, c, waiter Slagle Hotel, r 68 Eagle 

" Rector, lab Biltmore, r Bailey St Hollow 

" Robert B, c, porter J H Howell, r 125 S Beaumont 

" Robert R, (Porter & Yates), tobacco manufrs, r n Flint 

" Miss Sue E, r n Flint 

" & Yates, (R R Porter, J J Yates), props Ashe Cigar & Broom 
Factories, 65 N Main 
Porterfield Miss Ida, hsekpr Wm J Cocke, r same 
Portner Miss E M, r 28 Cherry 



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Underwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Gloves, 

Laces, Embroideries, Dress Goods and 
Silks, Staple Dry Goods, Wraps, 

Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc. 



}H. Redwood <fc Co., 

J 7 & 9 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. ft l f~ p * t »l5 S&£ , £J32 



Pharmacist ami < In mist. I A Veil lie. J used in Prescriptions 

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Z Portner Miss Mary B, r 28 Cherry 

UJ I " Mary H (wid H A), r 28 Cherry 

> fC " Miss R F, r 28 Cherry 

<*■ « " Robert P, indv bkkpr Nat'l Bank of Asheville, r 28 Cherry 

2 j2 Posey Elsie, c, laund, r 34 Maiden Lane 

O S" " Mary, c, r 28 Gudger 

H £ " Texas, <r, cook, r 34 Maiden Lane 

«J I " Win, farmer, r 76 Seney 

q_ I Postell Miss Eunice, r 122 Cherry 

^ " Rev James H, mission work, r 122 Cherry 

^- '■ Miss Laura, r 122 Cherry 

" Thomas W, salesman W A Boyce, bds 122 Cherry 

" Wm J, grocer 39 College, r 122 Cherry 
Post Office, J no P Kerr postmaster, Patton ave n w cor Hay- 
wood 
Poston Adeline, c, ironer Model Steam Laundry, r 17 Lexington 
ave 

" Alonzo, c, cook J L Smathers, r same 

" Fuller, c, chambermaid Hotel Berkeley 

" Lee, c, lab, r3 Gray 

" Maggie, c, laund, r 28 Lexington ave 










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flPP PflQT OFF PF For the largest and 
Ulli rUOl-JiriULi best assorted stock of 

FRUITS, CANDIE«, CIGARS. 
TOBACCO, PiPES, STATIONERY, etc. 

6 Poston Minnie, c, laund, r 17 Lexington ave 

Pounders W R, foreman car shed Ashe St Ry Co, r 172 S Main 

" Zebulon, wks Ashe St R R Co, r 172 S Main 
Powder Emma, c, laund, r rear 278 S Beaumont 
Powell Allen, c, wks Porter & Yates, r 22 Madison 

" Annie, c, cook A H Cobb, r same 

" Edward B, commission, r 69 Montford ave 

" George A, condr Sou Ry, bds 1 Spring 
Powell George S, (Powell & Snider), grocer*, r 127 Haywood 

" Green, c, chief cook Oakland Hgts, r same 

" Henry, c, blksmith W N Hatch, bds 64 Mountain 

" Henry F, carp, r r Spring 

" John B, elk W H Shoffner, bds 1 Spring 

" Mamie, c, cook Mrs T C Reynolds, r same 

" Mrs Martha, r 70 Avery nr Sou Ry 

" Robert, hardware, bds 57 Church 
Powell & Snider Building, W Court Square cor Patton ave 
Powell & Snider, (Geo S Powell, W F Snider), wholesale and 
retail grocers, 3 W Ct Sq 

" Miss Sue, trimmer Sumner & Co, r 1 Spring 

" Wm, c, cook, r 82 Hill 



Take it to ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

43 West College Street. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G.,{ 

Pharmacist and C 'hemifrt. I 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



FINE CIGARS, 

Key West and Domestic, 
always on hand. 



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Powell Wm P, bkkpr Ashe Ice & Coal Co, and Milling Co, rms 

Drhumor Building 
Powers Miss Alice, dressmkr, 352 Haywood, r same 

" Miss Flora B, seamstress, r 16 French Broad ave 

" Joel, patrolman, r 16 French Broad ave 
Powers Wm H, livery stable 13 Walnut, tel 274, r 19 S Main 
Prady John, c, wks the Berkeley Stables 
Prater Frank, wks C Evans, bds 26 Buttrick 

" MA, (wid J D), r 26 Buttrick 
Presley America, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r 212 Avery 

" Ellen, c, cook T F Davidson, r same 

" Mrs Emiline, laund, r 21 Spring 

" Miss Mary, wks Ashe Cot mills, r 212 Avery 

" Mrs Mollie, ironer Model Steam Laundry, r 49 N Pine 

" Peter, teamster, r 43 N Pine 

" Miss Ruth, domestic Children's Home, r same 
Trestley Mrs Hester, r 58 Madison 
Preston Mary, c, cook W A Blair, r same 
Price Lida, (wid Wm H), r 29 Woodfin 

" Mrs Nettie, r rear 34 Maiden Lane 

" Thomas A, collr W B Williamson & Co, r 160 Bailey 

WAriNFP A WIT.T,< BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 
TT AUUrjl* 4X TflUJUO, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buidings, Churches, Theatres, and larg« works only. 
**f Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

Priestly Caleb, c, barber Oak Hall Barber Shop, r 26 Atkinson 

" John M, c, lab, r 13 Adison 

" Silas, c, lab, r 24 Atkinson 
Prince Adaline, c, chambermaid 26 Flint, r rear same 

" Annie, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r 37 W Haywood 

" Elizabeth C, (wid H N), r 37 W Haywood 

" Miss Minnie, wks Ashe Cot mills, r 37 W Haywood 

" Orrie, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r 37 W Haywood 
Pritchard Alice, r Cripple Creek 

" Miss Alice, rms 326 Bailey 

" Jeter C, U S Senator, 12 N Ct Sq, r Marshall N C 
Proctor Frank, bds 31 S Grove 

" James, c, driver J V Sevier, r 31 S Grove 
Proffitt Howard B, bkkpr W A Boyce, r 54 Central ave 
Prope Thomas, c, waiter Berkeley Hotel, r 3 Catholic ave 
Propst Bart, driver French Bakery 

" Lizzie, c, chambermaid Glen Rock Hotel, r same 
Pryor Kate, c, servant B F Webster, r same 

" Samuel, c, driver, r 40 Brick 
Puckett Miss Laura, r Avery nr Cotton mills 
Pugh Alice, weaver Ashe Cot mills, r 474 W Haywood 



THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ;« 



Jorth Main Street, 
i% West College Street, 
Distillers' Agents for Western North CaTolina. Agents for'Paol Jones' Ryes, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. FRANK O'UUNNULL, Proprietor. 



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WHITF R ^MITH Ph R (60 Patton) Prompt, polite and 
IinilL Ui Uivllill, flliUij-; }■ pleasant attention given- 

Pharmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J to customers. 



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J5 Pugh Bertie L, wks Ashe Cot mills, r 474 W Haywood 

W " Charles S, cigar maker Ash Cigar Co, bds 155 N Main 

Z 2 << Eli, r 474 W Haywood 

~ 5 •' Hennie, weaver Ashe Cot mills, r 474 W Haywood 

J " " Miss Mary H, wks Ashe Cot Mills, r 474 W Haywood 

iy __ " Sidney M, carp, r 43 East 

J J2 Pulliam Miss Amelia, stenographer, r 15 Vance 

jjj °° Pulliam Mrs Katie F, boarding 15 Vance. (See card) 

" Miss Katie VV, r 15 Vance 
~~, " Lonnie R, day elk Oakland Heights, r same 

§> " Miss Mary, r 15 Vance 

g » Purefoy George W, physician 20 S Main, tel 257, r 27 Char- 
« g lotte, tel 57 

„75 Purington Miss Georgianna, music studio 32 Patton ave 
g >»■= Pursley Wm, night watchman, bds 3 Rollins 

" Wm A, wks Ashe Woodwkg Co, r Biltmore 
Putnam Julia A, (wid D S), dress mkr, r 62 Hill 

" Miss Lonah, dress mkr, r 62 Hill 

" Vanney S, lab, bds 62 Hill 



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U AKE, Quaver, and have Qualms when you send your work 
elsewhere than to the Model Steam Laundry, Church St 



s^T R ^ QMITH ARCH«TECT/^TM B r u K MG Hu„? 8htyearsw,th 

\I ) 111 Ol O I ¥ I I III Six years Resident Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
^■^ J * Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



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Queen Charles, spinner Ashe Cot Mills, r 32 W Haywood 
Quackeubush J W, spinner Ashe Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 
Queen Elias, wks Ashe Cot Mills, r 32 W Haywood 

" Emma, spinner Ashe Cot MMs, r 32 W Haywood 

" James, spinner Ashe Cotton Mills, r 32 W Haywood 

" Mrs Mary, bds 38 French Broad 
Quinton John R, driver D O Ray, r 90 Broad 

" Louisa, (wid Wm), r 90 Broad 

" Miss Lula, r 90 Broad 

" J R, elk L E Davenport 16 N Main, r 90 Broad 



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ATS love good cheese; sensible persons like good laundry, 
X\_ and hence they go to the Model Steam Laundry, Church St 

Radcliffe Rilla, c, cook Dr G A Mebane, r same 
Radford Dorathy, spinner Ashe Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 
" Douglass, driver J M Sanders, bds W Asheville 
*—*"~ " Florence, spinner Ashe Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 

f) " George W, butcher Brown & Atkin, r W Asheville 
" Loran, weaver Ashe Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 
^^ " Maggie, spinner Ashe Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 



Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio 
lins, a complete line. One price only 
and that the lowest known, at 



[Falk's Music House, 

) 48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WUITF R QUITI4 PH R i 60 Patton ) Prescription Department 
Fill ML U. Olr.lin, llli U., i ^complete in every re- 

( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 



I'li; ;iiisl mid Chemist. 



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Radigan Miss Celia, dress mkr Miss L M Brown, r 74 Bailey 
Raford Eliza, c, cook J M Campbell, r same 
Ragsville Julius, c, coachman, r 175 S Beaumont 

" Mahalia, c, laund, r 175 S Beaumont 
Ramoth Home, Mrs A C Ray propr, ti miles from Asheville 

nr Lookout Mountain. (See adv) 
Ramsay James F, dentist Barnard Block, r 116 Cumberland 

ave 
Ramseur JH, c, yardman Kenihvorth Inn 

" Louis, c, lab, r 53 Mountain 

" Mattie, c, cook, r 43 Brick 

" Minnie, c, cook 290 College, r same 
Ramsey Haratio S, carp, r 41 East 

" Ida, c. servant Miss L H Studivant, r same 

" Jane, c, laund, r 40 S Main 

" Jane, c, r 43 Catholic ave 

" John N, elk Penniman Bros & Co, r 205 Woodfin 

" Josephine, c, cook 56 Bailey, r same 

" J W, vvks cotton mills, bds 527 W Haywood ' — " — ' 

". Kellie, domestic Mrs CM Piatt, r same > 

" Miss Leketh E, student, r 193 Patton ave 3» 



Rogers' Asheville l8 f ^ 



the VIEW BOOK 

the Tourist. 

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Ramsey Riley M, Asheville Dray Co, wood dealer 1 1 n w Ct <= 

Sq, r 193 Patton ave. (See card) rn 3 

" Walter, c, wks Winyah Sanitarium, r same j* °- 

Ramsour Samuel S, harnessmkr J M Alexexander — 

Rand Mrs Ada, bds 158 Chestnut O 

" Mrs Mary, bds 158 Chestnut ^ 

Randall John C, c, green grocer, stalls 21-24 Central Market, r 5 ■ 

Catholic ave > — ,— 

" Minerva, r, r 5 Catholic ave ... 

Randolph Miss Helen, r Fernsbrook ~~ 

" Miss Mable, r Fernsbrook £2 

" Miss Maud, r Fernbrook c 

Randolph Wm F, treasurer and mgr The Citizen Co, r Ferns- o 

brook ,?" hj 

Rankin Alonzo, deputy collr internal revenue, r 34 Cherry c/y 4 

" Arthur E, teller Western Carolina Bank, bds 63 Merrimon » 

ave o H 

" Clarence, bkkpr Battery Park Bank, bds 63 Merrimon ave ^ 

" Elizabeth R (wid W D), r 235 N Main 

" Miss Grace A, r 63 Merrimon ave — 



H. Redwood & Co,, ' 



and 9 PATTON AVENUE. 

A choice stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, 
Shoes, Hats, etc., at fixed and 
reasonable prices. 
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WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6,1 

Pharmacist and Cbemist. (. 



60 Pattern) Tooth Powders, Tooth 
V Brushes. Everything 
Avenue. \ for the Teeth. 



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Rankin James E, cashier Battery Park Bank ; chairman Board 
County Commissioners, r 63 Merrimon ave 
J Guy, bkkpr J R Rich & Son, bds 63 Merrimon ave 
Macilla, c, cook, r 51 Eagle 
Mattie, c, laund, r 23 Sycamore 
Mitch, c, station hand Sou Ry 
Richard, c, r 175 S Beaumont 
Wm E, bkkpr, bds 6$ Merrimon ave 
Ransom James, elk Sou Ry, bds 7 Rollins 
Rash Mrs Jane, r 56 Madison 

" John, carp, r 56 Madison 
Rastus W R, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery near same 
Ravenscroft High School, Frank Valentine prin, Church St opp 

Trinity Episcopal 
Rawls Block, West Court Square 

" Charles T (Aston Rawls & Co), insurance, r Swannanoa 

Hotel 
" James, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r 18 Willow 
" Mary (wid Dr B F), r Maple Shade PI 
Rawls Ruben R, propr Swannanoa Hotel, r same 
Ray Avon, r 105 Hillside 



- CAROLINA COAI , CO. 



Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



Ray Mrs A C, proprietress Ramoth Home, r same, \y 2 miles n 
of Asheville (see card) 
" Miss Bennie, r 44 Mountain 
" Berry D, wks Ash Woodwkg Co 
'■ Charles, c : lab, r 14 McDowell 
Ray Clarence F, prop Ray's Book Store 8 N Ct Sq, r same 
(see corner cards) 
" Daniel O, sals L A Davenport, r 17 Central ave 
" Ezekiel, c, wks O D Revell, r S Grove near Phillips 
Ray Harris B, elk The Asheville Carriage and Wagon Reposi- 
tory, r 19 S Main 
Isaac, c, lab, r 19 Mountain 
James, c, lab, r cor Valley and Sycamore 
James M, real estate 4 N Ct Sq, r Ramoth Home (Woolsey) 
John, r 137 S Beaumont 
Miss Lorena C, r 105 Hillside 
Matilda (wid Manuel), r 74 Short Southside ave 
Samuel W, condr Ash St R R Co, r 105 Hillside 
Walter, huckster, r 47 West 
Wayne, r Ramoth Home (Woolsey) 
Wm, c, delivery McFee & Jones 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue. Boom 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6., i"^] 

Pharmacist and < h< mi-i [ Avenue. J 



Prescriptions 

delivered 

promptly. 



RAY 303 RED 

Rayfield Eveline (wid Winslow), r 386 N Main 

" Thomas C, drayman, r 386 N Main 
Raymer Felix A, retoucher T H Lindsey, r 52 Clayton 
Raymond Miss Kittie, r 72 Mountain 
Rays' Book Store, Clarence F Ray prop, 8 N Ct Sq (see 

corner cards) 
Raysor Cornelius A, druggist 31 Patton ave, bds " The Van 

Gilder" (see front cover and cards) 
Read Miss Helen S, dressmkr 7 Starnes ave, r same 
Readmon James W, farmer, r 29 Maiden Lane 
Reagan Doctor W B, wks Biltmore estate, bds 31 W Haywood 
Reagan James S (Heinitsh & Reagan), druggists, r 44 French 

Broad ave 
Reagan Mrs W B, proprietress Asheville Hotel, r same 
Reavs Jesse P, machinist, r 126 Roberts 
Rector Baylis, student, bds 117 French Broad ave 

Miss Bessie P, r 117 French Broad ave 

Charles, carp, rms 7 Southside ave 

John B, bkkpr, r 117 French Broad ave 

Miss Lilla, r 117 French Broad ave 

Miss Maggie, starcher Mod Steam Laund, r 24 Rector 

ASHEVILLE . . ( Incensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
DVERTISINC Control City Street Car Advertising. 
otM^V 1 J >re l )areanu place Newspaper Advertising- 

GfclMOY ■ ■ ■ ■ v. Contractors for Western North Carolina 

Rector Thomas M, driver City Fire Dept, rms City Hall 

" Thomas S, salsman Powell & Snider, r 1 17 French Broad ave 
" Wm A, collector Western Carolina Bank, bds 117 French 

Broad ave 
" Wiley G, carp, r 24 Rector ^i^ 

Reddick Delhi, c, wks Ash Steam Laund, r 27 Spring 0***** 

" Lonie, c, lab, r W Haywood cor Hill gn 

Redfearn Emmett, foreman Sou Ry, rms 201 Park ave CS m 

George H, eng Sou Ry. rms 201 Park ave 3ESl 

" Thomas E, fireman Sou Ry, bds 201 Park ave SSI 

Redmon, Caroline, (wid L H), r 80 Seney "• 

" Daniel, c, carp, r W Hill near Maiden Lane C/> 

" Emily, c, cook, r W Hill near Maiden Lane ° 

" James, lab, r 76 Seney g: ,_ 

" John D, teamster, r 80 Seney m 

" Martha, c, cook 26 Flint, r 58 Cumberland ave ™ * 

" Miss Naomi, domestic 14 Starnes ave 
" Samuel M, grocer 40 East, r 60 Seney 
" Willis R, c, janitor National Bank of Asheville and Battery 
Park Bank, r 77 Valley 



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THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, Rft^SSBfcB^ 

Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and \ A c Vi P „i 1 1 & "NT O 
vicinity. Frank O'Donnell, Proprietor, j" AsIlcVlllCj XN . V^. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., 1 60 4 P: " ,o np 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I A\enue. ) | 



60 Patton | n rescriptions> 

ure Drugs, 



ills & Powders. 



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Redwood Miss Helen T, r 56 Bailey 
11|S Redwood Henry, (H Redwood & Co) clothing, men's fur- 
c^|^ nishings etc, r 70 Bailey 

»1 &f, Kedwood H & Co, (John H McDowell, Annie C Pressly, 
£=3 3 Claude H Miller) clothing, men's furnishings, etc, 7 

and 9 Patton ave (see Bottom Margins) 
Reed Addie, c, r 87 Hazzard 

" Annie, c, chambermaid 32 Bailey, r 36 Madison 

" Delia, c, cook 85 Liberty, r East 

" Ella, c, cook, r 22 Eagle 

" Emma, c, r 87 Hazzard 

" Fred O, c, barber Oak Hall barber sbop, bds 1 Catholic ave 

" Hannah L, c, cook, r 87 Hazzard 

" Lottie, c, nurse, r 23 Sorrel 

" Lula, c, wks in Montford ave, r same 

" Mark L, pres Swannanoa Ice Co, r Swannanoa river 3 miles. 
s. east of Asheville 

" Mrs Mattie, domestic J R Treadway, r same 

" Nancy, c, r 36 Madison 

" Pinkney, c, lab, 21 S Bailey 



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Fine Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork. 
Game in season. 
J « Phone 66. 



Reed Samuel H, lawyer 9 Temple Court bldg, propr Oaks 
Hotel, r S Biltmore 

" Thomas J, treas Swannanoa Ice Co, r E Biltmore 

" Victoria, c, laund Margo Terrace, r same 

" Wm, c, lab, r 87 Hazzard 
Reese Charles A, c, horseshoer and blksmith, 7 Walnut, r 41 

Fulton (see card) 
Reeves Annie, c, cook W M Hill, r same 

" Miss Bessie, r 35 Spruce 

" Miss Bonnie, r 35 Spruce 

" Farr.ndy, tobacconist, bds 37 French Broad 

" Moses, c, butcher W M Hill & Co 

" Rufus H, dentist Drhumor bldg, r 35 Spruce 
Reiber J Warren, barber, rms Pisgah Hotel 
Reilag Mrs Jennie, r 115 Montford ave 
Reilly Michael J, broker, r 65 Spruce 
Reipert Charles, baker Kenilworth Inn, r same 
Rencher Minnie, c, r 180 S Pine 
Rendleman Mary, c, cook, r rear 57 Cherry- 
Renter Joseph, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery nr cot mills 
Revell O D, Contractor and Builder, office 4 Temple Ct 3d floor, 
r same 

lineof PIANOS cHlCl ORGANS) on easy installments, at 

FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.,f 60Patto °l^r-. 

"1 Airnnno ( and Perf u met v 
Pharmacist and Chemist. I avenue. J always onhand 

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^Revell Thomas S, grocer 30 N Main, r 31 Central ave *+ o" 

Reynolds Miss Ada B, r 21 Woodfin a 

" Annie, c, r 193 Eagle — • *cd 

" Miss Annie L, r 135 Broad p p 

" Miss Bessie, r 35 Peniand q. 

.Reynolds Carl V, physician Barnard block, tel 15, r 159 

French Broad ave, tel 174 

" Miss Carrie K, r 21 Woodfin 

" Miss Catherine H, student, r 24 Peniand 

" Charles, c, cabinet maker, r 193 Eagle 

" Charles G, bds 26 Hillside 

" Daniel L, r 300 N Main 

■" George E, c, barber Oak Hall, r refused 

<l Herbert J, bds 4 Woodfin 

" Henry I, r 26 Hillside 

" Jennie, c, cook, r 7 Catholic 

" Joseph A, elk H Redwood & Co, bds 77 Hill 

" J K, fish dealer Central Market, r 317 N Main l— 1 

" JO, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery near same 

" Miss Lillian, r 35 Peniand .. 

" Nat A, lawyer, real estate, 17J2 Patton ave gg 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., g'p 

Thirty old, reliable InciircillPO Johnston Building, 13 Court g.Q 

stock companies. lUDUiaUtOi Square, Asheville, N. C. E2 5. a 






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Reynolds Teressa E, (wid John D) r 21 Woodfin 

" Susan A, (wid Daniel) r 135 Broad °^ <§ 

"Reynolds (The"), Mrs Leah I Drake proprietress, 48 Spruce 
(see adv) 

'' Toney, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r rear 28 Depot 



Walter, spinner Ashe cotton mills, r 123 Roberts 



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W A, spinner Ashe cotton mills, r 123 Roberts 

il Walter H, bds 26 Hillside %> s?a 

" Wm, wks Ashe cotton mills, r 123 Roberts S_ n^ 

ii Wm, c, wks The Berkeley stables 2*: sr^ 

" Wm, c, servant M J Bearden, r 273 N Main "^ ~-i' 

" Mrs W T, r 22 Woodfin §a 

" Wm V, r 26 Hillside H 

Rhinehart Miss Cora, r Carter cor Patton ave 

Rhinehart Elma, cabinet mkr Skyland Furniture Co, r 19 Turner 4** 

Rhinehart Miss Fannie E, r Catter cor Patton ave "0 

" Fidele M, r Carter cor Patton ave o* §" 

" Hannah, c, cook, r S Grove near Philips ~ ^ 

Rhinehart Miss Hester, r 20 Buttrick cna M 

Rhinehart Miss Ivy A, r Carter cor Patton ave CD N 

" James H, blksmith, r 315 Bailey S? 

Medium and I pper <;r:i«i«'s of Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Sid in-. Vel- 
vets, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Corsets, Embroideries, Laces, etc. 

H. REDWOOD & CO., 7 and 9 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.J 6 ? p ^n;lsr' 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. I Aveuue ' ) work. 

RHI 306 RIC 

Rhinehart Leonidas F, wks Asheville Wood Working Co, bds 
Maple Shade Place 

" Kelsie J, printer Gazette, bds Maple Shade Place 

" Orrie E, r Maple Shade Place 
Rhoads Wm V, curiosity store 18 Patton ave, r 120 Cherry 
Rhodes Caledonia E, (vvid A) r 18 Turner 

; < Charles, elk, bds 16^ N Main 

" Ebe, lab, r Pearson's ave near coal chute 

" Lonnie R, bds 18 Turner 

" Miss Lou, wks Ashe cotton mills, r Pearson's ave near 
Coal chute 

" Wm, lab, r Pearson's ave 
Rhymer David, lab, bds 52 Woodfin 

" Duke, lab, bds 52 Woodfin 

" Irving, r 52 Woodfin 

" Samuel, lab, bds 52 Woodfin 
Rice Miss Alice, domestic Children's Home, r same 

" Barney J, treas Mustin, Robinson Co, r Asheville Hotel 

" Charles, bk kpr Ashe Steam Laundry, r 5 Chestnut 

" Charles L, (Rice & Morris) r 27 Buttrick 

" Joseph R, elk T V Terrell, rms 548 W Haywood (2d floor) 

A big stock Fruits. Candies, Stationery, 
Cigars and Tobacco, at 
ALLEN'S Fruit and Cigar Store, 

Uppoisi e 1'oht- tlice. 



Candies, 



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0* ^ Rice Maggie, c, laund, r 104 S Side ave 

3 r " Mary, (wid Wm A) r 31 Buttrick 

H I " Millie, c, laund, r 104 S Side ave 

2 ^ " & Morris, (C L Rice, J F Morris) grocers 319 Haywood 
OS <j " Mrs Nannie, housekpr Oaks Hotel, r same 

D hi " Thomas, c, eng wiper Sou Ry 

"■ I h Rich Charles H, elk J R Rich & Son, r 41 East 

q \ fn " Jerry J, elk J R Rich & Son, r 10 Pearson Drive 

2°^ " John R, (J R Rich & Son) r 65 s French Broad ave 

<S H << Joseph L, (J R Rich & Son) r 65 French Broad ave 

_5 ^ " J R & Son, (John R and Joseph L) stoves, tinware etc, 11 

^ ^ H w Court Square 

2^ <j " Wm G, supt Ashe Woodwkg Co, r 115 Chestnut 

3 I H Richard John, c, driver, rms no Cherry 

tC I 2 Richardson George, c, driver Ashe Ice and Coal Co 

►" H " John T, horseshoer B Burnett, r 176 Charlotte 

„ . " Rachel, c, wks Asheville Hotel, r 9 Atkin 

J0 q Richie Florence, c, cook 422 Haywood, r same 

q " John, c, butler Skyland Mansion, r same 

O I Richmond Harry F, coachman Geo W Pack, r 89 Hillside 

J e> Rickart Oatis H, grain broker, r Hillside n e cor Liberty 

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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDKY, 

Telephone 95. 43 WEST COLLEGE STREET. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., | 60 Patton l 

Pharmacist ami < Im uiixi (. Avenue. J Q 



undries, 

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RIC 307 ROB 

Rickert James, condr Sou Ry, rms 1 Rollins 
Ricketts Lula, c, nurse Judge G A Shuford, r same 
Kickey Caroline, c, laund, r 20 Kelly 
Rickman Miss Bettie J, tailoress, r 134 Hill 

" Mattie, (wid J M) boarding 339 S Main 
Ricks James T, c, porter Dr C E Hilliard,r 57 Hill 
Ridley John, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 

" Wm, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, rms 39 Catholic ave 
Rideout James E, printer Ashe Daily Citizen, r 118 Charlotte 
Riggins Archie, c, lab, r Sorrel 
Rigley George, nurse Mission Hospital, r same 
Riley Thomas, brick layer, r 7 F.ector 

Riverside Undertaking Co, (J M Ingle pres, J J Mackey 
v pres, F A Hull secty and treas) funeral directors and 
embalmers, 37 Hilliard bid S Main, phone 193 
Rives Benjamin F, r 274 N Main 

" Emmuel, c, waiter Swanannoa Hotel, r 18 Willow 

" Henry R, salesman, r 274 N Main 

" Miss Mamie, r 274 N Main 

" Robert H, elk A Kienle, bds 274 N Main 
Roach Rufus, sten Charles McNamee. rms 18 Maxwelton bldg 

WH^PR Xr WIT T $1 BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 
T¥ AUUrill iV TT IJUJUk"}, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C, 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
«S" Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

Robb Isaac H, physician (homeopathic) Y M C A bldg, r same 
Roberson Samuel, bds 31 N Main, 2d floor 
Roberts, see also Roberson and Robertson 
" A Christopher, carp, r 145 Depot 
" Alonzo L, cabinet mkr, bds 145 Depot 

" Arthur H, (Roberts & Nichols), bds 16 N Ct Sq, College 

cor Vance ££ 
Roberts & Brown, (R B Roberts, C C Brown), editors and >—,_-> 
proprs State Register, 6 Legal bldg (see adv) 

Burett A, elk A Shenbaum, bds 76 Haywood ^ 

Elbert, rms 76 Haywood = 

Miss Etta C, r 145 Depot o «S 

George O, dentist 60 Patton ave, bds 73 College "S g 

Miss Hannah L, r 145 Depot =L- = " 

J A, c, waiter Asheville Hotel _, =_ 

Jacob M, elk U S Rev, r 85 West S n 

James M, lab T C Burgess, r W Asheville o =§: 

John, bds 76 Haywood ~ ^ 

Lonnie, yard man Carolina Coal Co, bds 145 Depot ™ 00 

Miss Mammie, r 145 Depot m 

Mark E, Supt Water Works, r 67 College 5T 





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When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER a-d BRANDIES, call at 

rg North Main Street, 

7 and 7 l /j West College Street, 
FRANK O'DONNELL, Propr. 



w nen you neea oniy me Desi nine, mniirti, o 

The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores," 



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A von no I '"Is nhvavs used 
Pharmacist and Chemist. I -ttNcuue. j in Prescriptions. 

ROB 308 ROB 

Roberts & Nichols, (A H Roberts & Cicero Nichols), fancy gro- 
ceries, 16 N Ct Sq 
Roberts Robert B, (Roberts & Brown), r 43 Depot 

" Salena M, (wid P W), r 47 Walnut 

" Miss Sallie, bds 76 Haywood 

" Wm F, locksmith, r 17 Walnut 
Roberts W O, manufacturer of Fine Custom Made Shoes 33 

N Main, r 20 Vance (see corner cards) 
Robertson Alex, c, wks Armour Packing Co 

" Bertha, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r 527 W Haywood 

" James, c, lab, r 1 Hall 

" Joseph, c, lab, r 120 Church 

" Marcus W, deputy registrar, r 743 Broad 

" Mary A, (wid H G), r 143 Broad 

" Philice, c, laund, r 314 Short Bailey 

" Solomon, c, driver, r 22 Atkinson 

" Wm F, plumber McPherson & Clark, r Victoria N C 

" Wm M, feeder Patton & Stikeleather's Stables 
Robinson , see also Roberson and Robertson 

" Amy, c. cook, r rear 36 Depot 

" Ann, c, laund, r 115 N Water 

R ^ RMITH ARCHITECT/r,T M B r u K G H Un ^ ht - vearswith 

III Ol Olfll III Six years Resident Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
' Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 

Robinson Annie, c, nurse Mrs W N Hatch, r 115 Chestnut 

" Miss Bertha, wks Cot Mills, bds 527 W Haywood 

" Callie, c, laund, r 35 Hildebrand 

" Daniel, c, butler J E Dickerson, r Gudger 

" Ellen, c, chambermaid J Wilbar, r same 
Robinson Frank E, ed The Daily Citizen, r 324 E College 

" George, c, bell boy Asheville Hotel 

jj,fljj " Glenn 1', pressman F M Messier, lids 141 Park ave 

" Gussie, c, nurse T A Jones, r same 

5 " Miss Helen A, me cor College and Vance 

" Henry, waiter Kenilworth Inn, res same 

"* " John D, pres Mustin Robinson Co, res 114 Merrimon ave 

mm !k t A " Joseph, c, lab, r 12 Poplar 

00 " Julius, c, r 113 Mountain 

U" Jule S, tobacco division internal revenue, bds 117 Chestnut 

" J W, motorman St Ry Co, bds 59 N Main 

Ul " Mrs Mary, r 74 West' 

IJB- " Miss Maude, r 74 West 

" Milton, c, station hand Ry 

" Mollie, (wid Fidelle), r 241 Park ave 

" Samuel, c, blksmith G W Charles, r same 

Thvs citv is too small to make a complete 1? A T ¥'C TMTTCTP IJ/^TTQl? 
"stock of SHEET MUSIC pay, but T A Lilt © MlOlt H U U &JCi 
Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

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l'liarniacist and < liemist. ( 



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Robinson Wm D, c, bell boy Swannanoa Hotel c-.Sj °* 

Rockhold George R, wks streets, r 1 Eloise § f % 

" James W, driver Heston's Bakery, bds 1 Eloise • 3 n 

" Louise P, (wid Wm W), r 1 Eloise 

" Miss Mary I, r 1 Eloise o 

Rodger*, see also Rogers. 

" Wesley, c, bellboy Winyah Sanitarium, r same 

" Wm M, farmer, r N Hall 
Rogers, see aiso Rodge>s. 

" Barney, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr same 
Rogers' Book Store, H Taylor Rogers, 22 S Main (see centre 
lines) 

" Dallis, lab, r Avery nr Sou Ry 

" Dina, c, r 186 S Pine 

" Miss Eva, r rear 34 Maiden Lane 

" Frank, deputy collr internal revenue office, bds 117 Chestnut 

" Garfield, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr same 

" Miss Hattie, wks Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr same 
Rogers H Taylor, book store 22 S Main, r Oak S E cor ^^ 
Woodfin, (see center lines and card) 

" James, elk Asheville Hotel, bds same 



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Rogers James L, fireman Sou Ry, r 30 Buxton 

Rogers Jasper N, (McCall & Rodgers), lawyers, rms 9 Tern 

pie Court Bldg, 3d floor 

ferry, c, r Revell's Row rear 55 Depot Elf^ 

" John F, elk L T Fricks, r same ^^^ 

" Mack W, wks Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr same 

Rogers Nat S, (Nat S Rogers & Co), lumber dealers, rms 1 

First Natl Bank bldg * ^ 

Rogers Nat S & Co, (Nat S Rogers), wholesale lumber dealer. ^Jj 
18 and 19 Temple Court, tel 217 <^ 

" Noland B, wks Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr same = 

" Samuel L, coir internal revenue, r 117 Chestnut co ^ 

Rollins Miss Carrie A, r 175 Chestnut ^ ^ 

" Charles H, elk, r 37 S Spruce =■ O 

" Miss Emma A, teacher Orange Street High School, r 175 S£ X 

Chestnut SS j 

" Green, c, wks 175 Chestnut, r same "^ ». 

" & Hensley, (W W Rollins, J B Hensley), leaf tobacco deal- S 2 

ers, 43 to 45 N Main = j 

" J W, veterinary surgeon, cor Lexington & Willow 3 ** 

" Rev Wallace E, r 175 Chestnut § - 

^£&ffi£\raSl H. REDWOOD & CO., 

Goods, Shoes, etc J ONE PRICE STORE. 



WHITE G.SMITH. Ph. G., 

PhHriuacint and < licmiM 



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A vpnnp ' Pharmacist, and 
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Rollins Wm H, elk N P Chedester, r S Spruce 
" Wm W, (Rollins & Hensley), r 175 Chestnut 

Rolph Miss C, trained nurse, r 83 Montford ave 

Romeo Henry, bds 100 S Grove 
" John, saloon, r 100 S Grove 
" Miss Josephine, r 100 S Grove 

Roper J L, baggage master Sou Ry 

Rosber Belle, c, laund, r Revell's Row, rear 55 Depot 

Rose Charles, elk A Shenbaum, bds Arcadia Hotel 

Rosenbaum Liza, c, nurse S D Pelham, r same 

Rosenberger S F, barber Swannanoa Hotel, bds 49 Church 

Rosenblume Leo, druggist Kenil worth Inn, r Biltmore 

Ross Brooks, c, lab, r 27 Gudger 

" Caroline, c, laund, r S Grove nr Philips 

" Delbert, driver W H Westall, bds 9 Walnut 

" Jackson J, shooting gallery 8 College, r N Asheville 

" Perry, student, bds 6 S Spruce 

Rossell Miss Sophia M, r 20 Clayton 

Rouche Peter D, eng Sou Ry, bds 168 Park ave 

Roundy Wm N, real estate and renting, 54 Patton ave, tel 190,. 
r Pine Lodge Beaumont Hill, (see top corner cards) 



■ CAROLINA COAL CO- 

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Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



Rowell Milus, c, driver Patton & Stikeleather, r rear 57 Church 
Royal Benefit Society of New York, (branch office), 
Thomas L Leatherwood, c, local secy, treas and agent,. 
S Ct Sq, (see left side lines) 
Roy Lucy Ella, c, laund, r rear 200 Patton ave 
Rudd George R, cab mkr Skyland Furniture Co, r 285 E College 
Rudmon John J, r 24 Montford 
Ruggiero Miss Julia E, r 122 French Broad ave 
Rum bough James H, r 1 Park Place 

Rumbough John C, real estate and loans, Paragon bldg, bds 
1 Park Place, (see corner cards) 

" Miss Sarah K, r 1 Park Place 
Rumley Rev Robert P, r, r 129 N Main 

" Daniel R, c, driver H C Johnson, r Grove near Philips 

" Sarah, c, r 40 Short 
Rumple Mrs Mollie, r 94 East 
Runyon R Eli, ngt elk Oaks Hotel, r same 
Russ Frank, spinner Ashe Cot Mills, r 180 Avery 

" Henry, spinner Ashe Cot Mills, r 180 Avery 

" Mary, spinner Ashe Cot Mills, r 180 Avery 

" Wm, wks Ashe St R R Co, r 180 Avery 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Boom 24. 



WHITE G. SMJTH,Ph.G.J 60Patton lf»f 

' ') A vmill n (fumes, Extracts 

Pharmacist and < hemiit. I AVC11UC ' J and Soaps. 

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Russell Edward R, driver, r 20 Willow ~ 5- 

" Miss Marion L, mission wkr, r 132 Hill ?•&> 

" Robert N, driver W C Stradley, bds 11 Spring 5'?o 

" Elmer J, agt rubber stamps, bds 89 Depot 3.J" ^ 

" Joseph, Sawyer 89 Depot $ 3>z 

" C H, frt condr Sou Ry 3 g > 

Ruth Corrie, f, r 127 Valley STccO 

" Samuel, lab, r 82 Valley | 3 g 

" Wister, r, lab, r 3 Catholic ave SS-c/3 

Rutherford Dora, c, cook Col A T Davidson, r same ™ $ M 

" James, <r, lab, r 7 McDowell • *„ 2. 

" W H, wks Ashe Cot Mill, r Avery nr same 
" Wm, wks Ashe Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 

Rutledge Frederick, (Rutledge, Patterson, Webb & Co), in- 
surance, r 35 Spruce 

Rutledge, Patterson Webb & Co, (F Rutledge, J R Pat- 
terson, A Webb), fire, life and accident insurance, 13 
S Main. (See center lines) 

Ryan D M, painter, r 28 Eagle Terrace 
" Miss Elizabeth M, r 77 Charlotte 



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Ryan Mrs Lizzie, boarding 28 Eagle 

Rymer Miss Ella, employee Oaks Hotel, r same 

SHIRTS, white and negligee, shirt waists of all descriptions, 
etc., neatly laundried at the Model Steam Laundry, Church St 

Sage Harry J, designer and engraver A M Field, mis Hotel Pisgah 
Salter Laurence, c, wks Battery Park Hotel, r 127 Broad 
Sample Macon, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, rms no Cherry 
Sample Nathan, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r no Cherry 
Sams Alfred, wks Ashe Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 

" Alfred B, elk J B Ingle & Co, r bey city limits S« 

" B H, trav DrT C Smith 

" Christopher C, lab, r Avery nr cot mills CO - 

" Jack D, stonecutter 184 Avery, r same mm 

" John, r 118 Roberts 31 ^ 

" John B, carp, r 319 Bailey ? Jjj 

" Lassie, spinner Ashe Cot Mills, r 184 Avery — . W 

" Robert L, lab, r Avery nr Sou Ry 3 

Samuels John, c, bell boy Hotel Berkeley 
Sanders, see also Saunders 

" Amanda, c, cook G W Justice, r 22 Eagle 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ^Trc s XlU,^. 

Supplv seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with their BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. f'KASR <»'l»o\ M.'i.l,, Proprietor. 



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Pharmacist and (h,«m«. [ AveUlie. J J^^**-* 

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p Sanders Butler, r, lab, r 34 McDowell 

James E, wks Ashe Cot Mills, bds 142 Roberts 
< -d V " John M, painter and decorator, r 68 Woodfin 
g a I Sanders Julius M, grocer 522 W Haywood, r 38 W Haywood 
D L » (See card) 

^ 2 « " Lou, c, cook Mrs E A Van Gilder 
co "D n " Louise, c, nurse 26 Montford, r same 
>* w " Richard H, <r, wks The Van Gilder, r rear 103 Eagle 
5j 0*3 " Robert, weaver Ashe Cot Mills, r 142 Roberts 
> O o Sandifer E G, foreman Asheville Daily Gazette, r 45 S French 
„ 5 Broad ave 

uu a ♦* " John, r, bell boy Kenilworth Inn, r 381 S Main 
X u Q << Thomas, c, bellman Kenilworth Inn, r same 
j H? Sanford Alex, f, jaitor First Baptist Church, r 38 S Pine 
cc * I " Artemesia, (wid S R), dressmaker, r 32 Bailey 
£? j (/ Sartor L K, *:, bartender Battery Park Hotel 

Satterthwait Charles E, boarding Villa Roi (Sunset Drive) 
Sawyer Clarence, domestic bill elk Natnl Bk of Asheville, r 2 

co Girdwood 

Miss Daisy M, r 58 Haywood 



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WWI Ul! PH f Steam Sausage Factorv. 

. III. nlLL & UU., \ Clean and Wholesome. 

phone 66. 1 Sausage, Bolognas and Puddings. 



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Sawyer Eugene C, bicycles, Sawyer's Carpet Store, bds 58 Hay- 
wood 
" James, med student, r 58 Haywood 
™ Sawyer James P, pres Battery Park Bank, propr Sawyer's 
S« Carpet Store, pres Skyland Furniture Co, r 58 Hay- 

^™* wood 

" Miss Mary E, r 94 N Main 
1, " Susie, (wid J W), bds 117 Haywood 

■*■ " Wm I, elk S D Pelham, bds 101 Bailey 

■■ Saunders, see also Sandere 

" Berry G, foreman Ashe Woodwkg Co, r 18 Vance 
ffr " Emaline, (wid David), r 18 Vance 

5j Saxton, &ee also Sexton and Saxon 
J" " Evalena, c, cook, r 136 Valley 

" Heniy, c, driver, r 11 Seney 

a" Henry C, c, blksmith S P Moseley, r 25 Montford ave 
" Joseph, e, bell boy Kenilworth Inn, r same 
-^ " Mariah, c, laund, r 226 S Pine 

Jj| Saxton Susan, c, wks Battery Park Hotel, r 7 Walnut 
J^™ Scales Charlotte, c, laund, r 63 McDowell 
W m " Mary, c, laund, r 65 McDowell 



Strings, even the best, will break 
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J'-IFalk's Music House, 

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Scarborough Miss Alice O, retoucher McCanless & Selley, r 116 ='0 S" 
French Broad ave M E?0 

Schaefer Charles L, musician Kenilworth Inn, r 2 Arlington o-o-oJ 

Schafe Lizzie, <r, chambermaid Oaks Hotel -^3 

Schartle John W, merchant tailor 18 Patton ave, r 30 Orange W^ ~ 

(see card) ='"~ i ? 

" F W, tailor J W Schartle, r same a . q ?Z 

" Miss Linda N, r 30 Orange g^ 

" Miss Willie F, r 30 Orange Kn< 

Schayer Adolph, r 36 Depot 

Scheis Mrs M T, asst baker Battery Park Hotel, bks 87 Bailey 

" Rudolph, baker Battery Park Hotel, bds 87 Bailey (jqcp 

Schenk Emma, c, cook 217 Haywood 

Schilling Alexander, tailor J W Schartle 3^^ 

Schipe Maggie, c, cook P B Brewton, r same 

Schirmeister Mrs Marie, boarding, Sunset Drive 

Schnider Miss Rebecca, r 49 Montford ave 

Schoenheit Edward Win, r Winyah Sanitarium 

" Mrs Grace, stenographer Winyah Sanitarium, r same 

Schoenheit Wm A, sec and treas Winyah Sanitarium, tel 3, 
r same 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable InCliranPA Johnston Building, 13 Court 

stock companies. lllolll dIll_/C Square, Asheville, N. C. 

Schoffman Osborn, driver, r Hil! 

Schultz Frank, baker Heston & Son, r 95 Bailey 

Scott Miss Annie, r 200 Haywood 

" Dora, c, r 200 Patton ave 

" Ellen, c, cook, r 45 Hill 

" Elijah, c, brick mason, r 95 Hazzard 
Scott George F (Geo F Scott & Co), lumber dealers, r 200 

Haywood 
Scott George F & Co (Geo F Scott, J T Young), lumber 
dealers, sash, doors, etc, College n e Public Sq 

" Miss Grace, r 200 Haywood 

" Harrison S, c, lab, r rear 190^ S Pine 
Scott H T, c, cleaning, dyeing, repairing and tailoring 49 Col- 
lege, r 205 S Main (see right side lines) 

" Miss Hattie, r 200 Haywood 

" John, bds 22 Madison 

" Lizzie, c, cook 163 Chestnut, r same 

" Lula, c, cook 44 N Main, r same 

" Mariah, c, 42 Montford, r same 

" Nannie, c, laund Swannanoa Hotel 

" Nannie, c, laund, r 100 Southside ave 



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Fancy Goods, Shoes and Hats. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,{ 

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60 PattOIl ) Nothing but the purest 
vol Drugs and Chemicals 
Avenue. J used in Prescriptions. 



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Z Scott Miss Sadie, r 200 Haywood 

Ld I. " Walter, c, tailor, r 19 Weaver 

^ tC Scruggs D E, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 212 Avery 
c " Laura, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 212 Avery 
Z J= " Mary, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 212 Avery 
O ± " Miss Sarah, domestic Mrs H N Lowell, r 77 Charlotte 
\~ H " Sophia, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 212 Avery 
<( j Searcy Henry, lab, r Pearson ave 
Q_ I " Wm, r Pearson ave 

m Seigler James B, prop Everett House, r same (see adv) 
tJ- " James M, farmer, bds 122 Patton ave 

Selley Charlotte (wid J B), r 16 French Broad ave 

" John M, photographer 32 Patton ave, r 116 French Broad 
ave 
Setzer Carrie, c, nurse R L Simpson, r same 
" George, wks Carolina Woodwkg Co 
" George W, c, lab, rms 216 S Side ave 
Semple Miss Nannie, r 16 Bearden ave 
Sevier Charles, driver Dick Sevier, bds 104 Hillside 
Sevier Daniel E, (D E & J T) physicians, 34^ S Main, tel 234, 
bds 104 Hillside 



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WhO leS3 6 ^Pes, etc, at 

ft iiuiuuuiu ALLEN - S FRU | T AND CIGAR STORE, opposite P. 0. 

Sevier Miss Dollie, r 104 Hillside 

" Edward, r 77 Hill 
Sevier James V, Livery, Sale and Feed Stables 83 S Main, r 
104 Hillside 

" James V jr, mgr J V Sevier's stables, bds 104 Hillside 

" Joseph D, carp, bds 77 Hill 
Sevier Joseph T, (D E & J T), physicians 34^ S Main, tel 
234, bds Woodlawn Cafe 

" Miss Mary J, r 104 Hillside 

" Pete, bds 104 Hillside 

" Richard, elk J V Sevier, r 104 Hillside 

" Miss Sallie E, r 77 Hill 
Sewell Anna, c, cook V A Ramsay, r same 
Sexton, see also Saxton 
Sexton Cora, r 31 Maiden Lane 

" John, wks Ashe Milling Co 

" Lizzie, r 31 Maiden Lane 
Seymon T, dry goods 17 N Main, r same 
Shade Ollie, c, cook, r 38 Hildebrand 
Shanks Emma, c, cook, r 76 Hill 

" Fred, c, driver Dr A M Ballard, bds 76 Hill 

RING UP TELEPHONE 95. 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

43 WEST COLLEGE £TEEEX. 



WHITE G, SMITH, PIli UiJ ° [key WesVand "Domestic, 

PhH rmneisl and Chemist. I 



60 Patton) FINE CIGARS, 

\ Key West and J 
Avenue, j always on band. 



SHA 315 SHI - 

Sharp B Frank, c, lab, r 62 McDowell Q3 

" Miss Sallie. dressmaker, bds 3 Rollins *^C 

" Mrs Tempe M, tailoress J J Follow, r 220 Patton ave «—? 

Sharpless T W, r 64 French Broad ave ;^ 

Shartle Harry, photographer, 59 S Main, r same 
Shaw George, c, lab, r 143 Depot ^^ 

" James, c, driver Powell & Snider, r rear 73 College 03 

Shell Lafayette, c, wks Oaks Hotel, r 22 Clemmons ^S 

" Lydia, c, cook Wm J Hough, r same ^^ 

Shelly Tom, c, laund Battery Park Hotel *f> 

Shelton Addie, c, wks Ashe Steam Laundry, r 5 Sorrel J 

" Butler, c, cook, r 138 S Beaumont 

" Henry, c, lab, r 5 Sorrel 

" Jeff, c, lab, r 5 Sorrel 

" Thomas W, Sewing Mch Agt J E Dickerson & Co, rms 
Dickerson bldg 
Shenboum Abram, clothing, shoes and gents' furnishings 18 N 

Main, r 4 Marjorie 
Shepard Charles, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 

" George J, r 38 French Broad ave 

" Miss Rebecca E, domestic T C West.all, r 206 Chestnut 

WA^VPR C' IVFTTW builders and contractors, 

f f A\J Ll Xi t% iV TT IJULiO, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 

«®" Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

Shepherd Charles, c, lab, r 7 Weaver 

" John H, lab, res 178 Avery 
Sherman Abe, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 40 W Haywood 

'' Mrs Jane S, r 40 W Haywood 

" Saxton, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 40 W Haywood 

" Robert, spinr Asheville Cotton Cotton Mills, r 40 Haywood 

" Tildon, wks cotton mills, bds 40 W Haywood 
Sherrill Annie, (wid D J), r 184 Avery 

u John D, switchman Sou Ry, bds 184 Avery 

" John H, wks Carolina Wood Wkg Co 

" Luther, c, brkmn Sou Ry 

" Nannie, c, nurse J H Wood, r same 

" Nettie, c, laund, r 69 Roberts 

'•' Rufus J, supt Electric Car Line, r 14 Clayton 
Sherrill Miss Sarah J, weaver Ashe cotton mills, r 184 Avery 
Shey Stephen F, machinist Biltmore Lumber Co, r 44 S French 

Broad ave 
Shinberger John, opr W U T Co, bds 55 College 
Shipe Edmond R, city plumber; mem hook and lad co A F D, 
bds 12 Vance 

" Wm, painter; mem hose co A F D, bds 6 S Spruce 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ?* H ffwS B <3Ss** 

Distillers' Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' Ryes, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. FRANK O" l>o.\ N K i.l. s Proprietor. 





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( Avenue. J to customers. 



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^ Shipman Mrs Athelinda, r 79 Chestnut 
_, " Mrs H B, r 137 Poplar 
^ " Moses S, carp, r 136 Church 
q" =■= Shippy Win, c, porter Carmichael's Pharmacy, r Valley 

ca Shitle John H, carp, bds 18 Oakdale ave 
ZZ Shoe Perry V, bkkpr Dickson Mason Lumber Co, bds cor W Col- 

CO lege and Haywood 

<a Shoffner Osborne, driver W A Boyce, bds 81 Gudger 

— , — . " Wm H, jeweler and watchmkr ^^ N Main, r same 
Shook L F, station hand Sou Ry 
" MP, weaver Ashe cotton mills 
" Oscar, wks Skyland Furniture Co 
Shope John B, harness and saddlery 57 S Main, r 333 S Main 
*S" " Miss Lillie, r 36 McDowell 

^"^ " W L, trav 39 Patton ave, r same 

"" ""* Shuford Miss Alice M, r 306 N Main 

^> " Miss Carrie L, r3o6N Main 

^O " Eliza, c, cook C D Clarke, r same 

Shuford George A, (Shuford & Shuford) lawyers 9 w Ct Sq r 
r 81 Merrimon ave 
" Francis A, shoemaker, r 306 N Main 

R0 CM ITU ARCHITECT, 
I Ol OIVll III Six years Resuient^ Architect _for G. \V. Vanderbilt, Esq., 



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the late Mr. R. M. Hunt. 

t Architect for G. W. Var 

Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



in Shuford Frank L, brickmason, r 44 Jefferson Drive 

£5 " Fred H, wks Citizen office, bds 306 N Main 

•5 " FL, tea store (successor to Hudson) 12 n Ct Sq 

W v " John F, plumber W A Boyce, bds 24^ N Main 
h C " Lula, c, cook 201 Park ave, r 65 Roberts 
^H " Robert, civil eng, bds 339 S Main 

Shuford & Shuford, (G A and W E) lawyers 9 w Ct Sq 
Shuford W Ernest, (Shuford & Shuford) lawyer 9 w Ct Sq,. 

bds 81 Merrimon ave 
Shuman John A, fireman Sou Ry, bds 144 Park ave 
Siceny Charles, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r rear 36 Depot 
Sigman D N, fireman Sou Ry, bds 144 Park ave 

" Edward, fireman Sou Ry, bds 241 Park ave 
Sigmer Burrell C, c, lab, r 20 Brick 

Silber Samuel, (Glaser ct Silber) clothing, r 24 Davidson 
Silberman Samuel, elk S Finestein, bds 10 Spruce 
£ Siler Idelia, c, chambermaid, r 13 McDowell 
b* A " James W, c, lab, r 13 McDowell 
| >m " Maggie, c, laund, r 13 McDowell 

g Silvers Sarah, c, chambermaid, r 116 Cherry 

" Susan, c, laund, r 58 Cumberland ave 



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lins, a complete line. One price only, V lClll\ O IllUolu nUUoC. 
and that the lowest known, at ) 48 patton avenub. 



WHITF R \MITH PH R ( 60 Patton ) Prescription Department 
II 111 I L Ui Oifllin, nil Ui, V complete in every re- 

Fbarmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 

SIM 317 SLA 

Simelton Elsie, c, boarding 10 Walnut 
Simmons Thomas, grocer 25 Brick, r same 

" Miss Genia L, r 339 Haywood 

" George H, grocer, 339 Haywood, r same 

" John, brick layer, bds 339 S Main 

" Q E, eng Sou Ry, bds 144 Park ave 

" Thomas J, c, waiter, r 38 Hill 
Simonton Amos, c, wks 46 Liberty, r rear same 

" Wm, c, wks Battery Park Hotel, r 5 Mountain 
Simpson Allen, c, lab, r rear 285 S Main 

" Benjamin, A, shpg elk Ashe cotton mills, r 122 Roberts 

" J B, tailor J W Schartle, r 179 Woodfin 

" Robert, flagman Sou Ry, bds 4 Rollins 

" Robert L, money elk Sou Ex Co, r 116 S Main 

" Wm, c, cook Oakland Heights 

" Wm G, agt Singer Mfg Co, bds 64* S Main ^ ^ 

Sims John F, plumber McPherson & Clark, r rear Factory cor S -^_ 

Main and Atkin PP" 

" Pink, c, lab, r 27 Brick 

" Victoria, c, laund, r 68 Eagle ' 

Rogers' Book Store Is T 1 ^ C N E IR T S ° FIND 

Singer Manufacturing Co, (The) M Beckett mgr, 62 S 

Main, P O Box 381 
Singleton Emanuel, c, gardener, r 36 Cumberland 

Sisk Lucinda, c, laund, r 100S Side ave ,-— -— -, 

Sisney C W, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 3^ 

Sites Abraham B, salesman W B Williamson & Co, r 8 Starnes ave ?0 
Skyland Furniture Co, Jas P Sawyer prest, E J Hollinger bk kpr, ^ 

Avery near Sou Ry EE 

" Institute, J S Dickey prin, Grady = *H 

Skyland News, (The) (weekly) A V D Taylor editor, Saml p rn 
D Woosley business mgr, 10 n Ct Sq H *j 

Slad Thomas, c, lab, r rear 150 S Pine =r IT} 

Slagle Adolphus 1), driver, r 299 French Broad ave =?- 1 

" Edward, elk market house, bds 299 French Broad ave «= | 

" Hotel, Childs & Ladd proprs, 90 Patton ave O 

" John H, book agent, r Sunset Lodge ■ Q 

" John, elk market house, bds 299 French Broad ave ,>. 

" Miss Pansy, r 299 French Broad ave x 

Slaten Laura, c, laund, r rear 106 S Main 2c 

Sleigh George, c, driver Dr T E Linn, r same fZ 

Slayden Acton B, elk Slayden, Fakes & Co, bds 57 Spruce -T" 



TRUSTWORTHY SHOES from such 
makers as ZIEGLER. BANISTER, HEY- 
WOOD, PACKARD & EWALD. 

«S= One price system. J 7 ami 9 PATTON AVENUE. 

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H. Redwood & Co., 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.GJ G0 / attou [KL^: r r s y 'tJ„r h ' 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. Avenue. ) for the Teeth. 

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^ 10 Slayden, Fakes & Co, (W J Slayden, B R Fakes) wholesale 

1^ grocers, Lexington ave 

2 Slayden Wm J, (Slayden, Fakes & Co) wholesale grocers, r 57 

O" £ Spruce 

q Slaughter Henry, c, driver Standard Oil Co, r 128 Hill 
r™£ " John, c, servant R O Neville, r 128 Hill 
Y m 2. Sloan Sandy, c, driver McDowell & Johnson 
^^> Sluder Charles L, elk S H Chedester, bds Slagle Hotel 
^7 q " Erwin, teller Natl Bank of Asheville, bds 73 College 
"■"H Sluder Joseph W, (Waddell & Sluder), insurance, r French. 
Broad ave 
" Julia A, (wid E Sluder), r 137 Chestnut 
" Miss Maggie, r 137 Chestnut 
Smathers Ed, wks Skyland Furniture Co, r Avery nr same 
" Ella, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r Aveey nr same 
" Fred I, elk Berkely Cigar Store, bds 318 Haywood 
" Hezekiah, wks Ash Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 
" Jasper L, trav Ash Woodwkg Co, r 318 Haywood 
" John E, salesman Baltimore Clothing House, r 77 Bailey 
'' Laura, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r Avery nr same 
" Philip, r Avery nr Cotton Mills 



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Office Phone, - 130 

Yard Phone, - 144 

Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



■q Smathers Wexler, dentist 12 and 13 2d floor Maxwelton, r 
C 318 Bailey (see card) 

" fl5 " ^ m ' sa l esman H Redwood & Co, rms 7 and 9 Patton 
^ ave 

JO <y Smith Miss Alice, r 152 Chestnut 

; ' Ambrus, c, lab, r 25 Catholic ave 

" Annie, c, cook T W Sharpless, r same 

Z. "Z " Ann, c, cook, 82 Chestnut, r same 

Hi- " Miss Anna, r 32 Penland 

..3 " Annie M, c, cook Mrs A R Cartmell, r same 

to U- " Annie, c, laund Kenilworth Inn, r rear 65 McDowell 

-. h- " Anthony, c, wks Sou Ry, r 112 Roberts 

q O " Arthur, carriage painter Swicegood ct Brown, r 158 Church 

£ ID " Miss Augusta, r 94 Cherry 

(£) "O " Barbary, r, laund, r 34 Lexington ave 

£ " Miss Berta, r 111 Merrimon ave 

> j£ " Calvin, c, station hand Sou Ry 

" Carrie, c, r 127 Valley 

" Carrie, c, chambermaid, r 12 Hildebrand 

" Mrs C J, r cor College and Vance 

" Cecil I, elk Model Steam Laundry bds 26 Flint 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph G., { 6 ° Pa,,on } ST " 5 



Pharmacist and Chemist. (. Avenue, j promptly 

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SMI 319 SMI °S. H 

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Smith Charles, c, wks The Palace Livery, sale and feed stables g,^. 

" Charles A, chief eng electric power houss; mem hose Co A £p JH 

FD, r 392 N Main g-g,C» 

" Corsie, r, lab, r 109 S Beaumont 3-w 

" Miss Daisy, r 152 Chestnut g* W 

" Earl, painter, r 190 S Main "a ^ 

" Ed, r, waiter, r Curve ? <g ^ 

" Elias, r, wks Brown Bros' Livery Stables, r 34 Lexington ■ « 2 

" Elizabeth A, (wid W W), r 26 Spruce [ £^ 

" Emma, c, cook Mrs H D Woodson, r same 0x * 

" Emmett, plasterer, r 28 Valley 

" Eva, c, servant The Aldine, r same ___ , 

" Fannie A, (wid Owen), r in Merrimon ave \J 

" F A, (U D Fisher & Co), r cor Woodfin and Locust 

" Flint D, tinner J R Rich & Son, mem Hose Co A F D, r 

273 S Main 

" Frank G, elk G A Greer, bds in Merrimon ave 

Smith Frank S, elk Dr T C Smith, bds 152 Chestnut 

" Miss Genie, r in Merrimon ave ^ m ^ 

" George, c, coachman F W W Graham, r 160 S Beaumont (j 



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Smith Miss Gussie, r 152 Chestnut 

" Harry R, bartender Acme Wine & Liquor House, mem *^> 

Hook & Ladder Co A F D, r 58 S Main *^ 

Hattie, c, servant T A Speed, r same ~^^ 

Henry, c, barber 66 S Main, bds 137 Valley ^ 

Henry, wks Skyland Furniture Co, r Pearson ave 
Henry, c : grocer 178 S Beaumont, r same ^ 

Henry, c, waiter, r 47 Poplar 2 

Henry, c, wks Heston's Bakery, r 44 N Main Pj: 

Henry C, r 32 Penland p 

Herbert W, with U U Fisher & Co, r 175 Woodfin cor [fl 

Locust 20 

James, r 43 Spring t/3 

James, c, r 127 Valley § 

James, c, waiter Mrs M Schirmeister, r same ȣ 

James C, lab, r 426 Bailey 
Jasper D, wks Wm M Jones, r 331 Haywood 
Jerry, c, lab, r Avery near Sou Ry 3" 

John, c, wks Transfer Co, r 102 Roberts ^ 

John, c, restaurant 25 S Main, r 133 Beaumont Jj 

John Jr, c, lab, bds 44 N Main re 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ?* N £#g3&B**, 

Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and"! A cb^-uillp "NT O 
vicinity. Frank. O'Donnell, Proprietor. J nsncvinc, x\ . \^. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. I A\euue. J | 



60 Patton | prescriptions, 
ure Drugs, 



ills & Powders. 






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t Smith John H, c, bell boy Battery Park Hotel, r 21 Catholic 

u " John H, c, lab, r Dixon Town 

u " John T, c, driver, r 21 Hildebrand 

M " John W, c, restaurant 44 N Main, r same 

g- " Joshua B, agt Singer Mfg Co, 243 Haywood, 2nd floor 

« " Leslie, wks Ash Furnt Fcty, bds Pearson ave 

% " Miss Lizzie, r Mountain n w cor S Pine 

^ " Loring S, bill elk Sou Ry frt dept, r 28 Depot 

" Miss Louise, r 32 Penland 

' ' Lynie, c, cook Mrs M A Walsh, r same 

" Miss M Adia, music teacher, r 103 Merrimon ave 

" Maggie, c, r 21 Hildebrand 

" Marcus, c, wks Henry Steele, r 21 Hildebrand 

S " Miss Margaret, r 32 Penland 

[\ " Mariah, c, cook J H Merrimon, r same 

W " Martha, c, cook, r 148 Montford ave 

E*| nj " Martha, c, cook Ingleside, r same 

[ h '• Miss Mary, domestic Mrs H N Lowell, r same 

I << Malinda, c, r 68 Poplar 

£ " Nancy, c, cook Mrs L A Johnson 

Norman H, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r 43 Spring 

Fine Hams, Breakfast Bacon, 
Smoked Tongues and Lard. 

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Smith Owen, collector J M Lorick, bds m Merrimon ave 

" Peter, c, cook, r 23-I Weaver 
^- " Phoebe, c, cook B H Williams, r same 

C3 " Pinkney, c, driver Dr S W Battle, r 208 Clemmons 

^J " Richard, c, moulder Ashe Foundry and Mach Shop, r 50 

Eagle 
Q3 " Robert, monument dealer, rms 50 Montford ave 

>»* " Ruth, r, cook Mrs A T Basler, r same 

S3 Smith R S, architect 10, 11 and 12 Paragon bldg, tel 283 (see 
^_, left center lines) 

eE " Samuel, c, fireman Ash Ice and Coal Co, r 5 Hall 

CO '• S O & Co, merchandise broker 8 Lexington 

Q3 " Stephen O (S O Smith & Co), bds 122 Patton ave 

" Susan, c, cook W J Duckworth, r same 

" Thomas, c, wks Biltmore, r 178 Bailey 
Q3 " Thomas, c, waiter Oaks Hotel, r same 

— Smith Thomas C, druggist 13 S Main, r 152 Chestnut 
™ Smith Thomas C Jr, elk Dr T C Smith, bds 152 Chesenut 

Smith White G, druggist 60 Patton ave, r 263 Haywood (see 
top margins and adv page) 
C/2 " Wilson, c, lab, r 21 Catholic ave 

lineof PI AN Ob 3,11 Cl UKllANo on easy installments, at 

FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.,1 

Pharmacist and Chemist. ( 



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AvPimo (and Perfumery 
-a\enue. J always onhand 



SMI 321 SPA 1- 

— £ < 

Smith Wm, wks Ash Furnt Facty, bds Pearson ave w 

" Wm, <-, lab, bds 44 N Main g- © 

" Wm L, lab, r N Main s e cor Hillside ,- ° 

" Zona, c, nurse C H Yeast, r 8 Catholic ave <' » 
Smyre Jeff, c, station hand Sou Ry ? » 
Sneff Mrs Barbara, r 30 Cherry a. 
Snider Carrie (wid Wm), r 44 Hill 

" Francis M, shoemaker 4 Ct Sq, r 75 Seney 

" Robert, porter Mountain Cottage, r same ^^^ 

" Rosalie, c, servt Mountain Cottage, r same 

" Mrs Sarah, r 133 S Main *^ 

Snider Wm F (Powell & Snider), wholesale and retail grocers, " 

r 133 S Main 
Snoddy Rosanna, c, laund, r rear 190 S Pine 
Snowden Harold, porter Dr W D Hilliard, r 106 S Main 
Solomon Lucinda, c, cook 169 Chestnut, r same 
Somers Andrew B, barber Fred Jones, r 83 Bailey 
Sondley Building, Patton ave cor Church 
Sondley Foster A, lawyer 1, 2 and 3 44 Patton ave, Sondley ^^^ 
bldg, r 57 Cherry 

" Mrs HE, r 57 Cherry 30 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., a i 

Thirty old, reliable TvJClir'Q 11 PP Johnston Building, 13 Court ^ ST-? 5 

stock companies. 1I1SU1 dll^C Square, Asheville, N. C. ' ~G 

£2 %■< 

Sorrell Flora McD (wid M W), boarding 88 N Main § |f 

Sorrels Baxter, switchman Sou Ry, r 178 Avery 
" George A, saloon kpr, r 153 Charlotte 
" James T, (Miller & Sorrels), bds 31 Merrimon ave 
" L F, r 2 Sorrel 

" Pinkney B, carp, bds 328 Short Bailey 
" Rufus Z, merchant, r 28 Hillside 
South Kensington Art School, Mrs C E Dunn, 18 proprietress 

Church 
Southern Baptist, (weekly), W P Matheney publisher, 2 N 

Ct Sq, 3d floor 
Southern Business College, M M Lemmond princpl, Bar- 
nard block (See advertisement) 
Southern Express Co, B F Slaten mgr, 68 S Main 
Southern Ehira, c, r 5 Mountain 

" Nannie, c, r 5 Mountain 
Southern Railway Freight Depot, Seborn J Galbraith 

freight agt 
Southern Railway City Ticket Office, F R Darby C P & 

T A, 34 Patton ave 
Spain Edward E, carp, r 88 Charlotte 

Fora, \7ok an a1c"7e f ctUt?ee H. Redwood & Co., Nos. 7 & 9 Patton Ave. 

Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats and Shoes. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. I. ANeuue - J work. 

-SPA 322 STA 

Spangenberg Jacob, boots and shoes, 4 N Ct Sq, r rear 118 S Main 
Spaugh J F, pass condr Sou Ry ' 

Spaulding Polly, c, maid Mrs Wm Garrard, r same 
Spears James W, patrolman, r Opera block 

" Mrs Jane C, (wid G T), r 22 Woodfin 

" Miss Jennie, r 118 Cumberland 

" Joseph, c, wks D S Hildebrand Brick Mfy 
Speed Thomas A, pres Ashe Sup & Fdry Co, r 125 Chestnut 
Spencer Miss Elizabeth, head nurse Mission Hospital, r same 
Spivey Mary, cook 42 Bailey, r same 
Sprague Palmer, c, hostler, r 66 Mountain 
Springs Sallie, c, cook 98 Bailey, r same 

" Sallie, c, cook, r rear 36 Depot 
Sprouse Wiley J, groceries 331 Bailey, r same 
Spurlin Mrs Catherline, r 103 Blanton 

" John M, carp, r 103 Blanton 
Stacey Eliza, c, servant Mrs M Schirmeister, r same 
Staggs John, c, porter Hotel Berkeley barber shop, r 95 Valley 
Stanard Emily, c, teacher Catholic Hill Graded School, r 3 Cath- 
olic ave 

" Florence, c, r 3 Catholic ave 

jjjj MS and Mr^&'Hraa^ 

Standard Oil Co, C H Hopkins, mgr, Avery n^ar Depot 

Qj s) Stansill Miss Bertha E, r 180 Woodfin 
DP " Miss Florence A, r 180 Woodfin 
H I " Susan C, (wid S K), r 180 Woodfin 

2 % Starnes Charles, elk U S Int Rev, r 5 Starnes ave 
(C <{ " Miss Dora, r 60 Charlotte 

3 tl " E Clingman, physician, r 29 Woodfin 
**" I " " Miss Gonano Z, r 10 Grady 

q\ b " Jesse R, (Jesse R Starnes Undertkg Co), 27 N Main, r same 

jo^ " Jesse R Undertaking Co, 27 N Main 

<| W Starnes John P, (J P & W B) City Market, r 3 Bennett 

^ h " John W, r 9 Hiawasse 
$2 ^ j " M Brand, Jesse R Starnes Undertkg Co 
2 ^ <J " Miss Maggie E, r 10 Grady 
3? H " Miss Mary, r 60 Charlotte 
K 2 " Pinkney, butcher, bds 25 Central ave 
f" h " Thomas A, r 10 Starnes ave 

» l Starnes Walter B, green grocer, stall 13 Central market, r 3 
2 g Bennett, (see card) 

q State Register, Roberts & Brown props and editors, weekly, 
L 6 Legal bldg S Ct Sq 

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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY. 

Phone 95. Near Post-office. 43 West College Street. 



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WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., 1°° Patton 1 W 

Pharmacist and Chemist {. A\enue. J |/ponge 



STA 323 STE — 

J Staten A D, wks Ashe Steam Ldry, r 38 Bailey CD 

" Benjamin F, agt Sou Ex Co, rms Pisgah Hotel ^3 

St Clair Joshua, teamster, r N Hall Q3 

" Rachael, c, laund Kenilworth Inn, r same ^ 

" Thomas, c, wks Ashe St R R Co, r 130 Valley — f 

Steadman Miss Cecil, r Mountain N W cor S Pine 

Stean Moses, c, lab, r 147 Poplar ^^ 

Stearns Mrs M L, r 118 Cumberland . O^ 

Steele Bruce, c, bellboy Oaks Hotel jZI 

" Cora, c, laund, r 82 Hill — ■ 

" Cynthia, c, cook Geo S Powell, r 58 Mountain ^ 

" Jesse, c, chief cook Oaks Hotel, r 82 Hill ■ ■» 

■" James, c, waiter, r rear 150 S Pine ~J* 
'.' John M, green grocer, stall 6 Central mkt, r 4 Central ave 

'■' Miss Lucy, nurse Mission Hospital, r same m j ^2 
■" Nelson, c, head waiter Oakland Heights, r 150 Church 

" Rissey, c, laund, r 52 Davidson .^^ 

" Thomas, r, kitchen Winyah Sanitarium, r same J 

" Walter A, elk J M Steele, bds 4 Central ave -j^. 

" Wm M, r, lab, r 157 Curve "■""^ 



Stein James F, condr P P C Co, r 46 French Broad ave — ^ 



W 4 i^ lill?!? Sr WIT T 6 BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 
TT A\J vH JCili 1X If IJUJUO, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C 

Contractors far Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
#®" Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 



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:Stein Moses, c, driver Ownbey & Son, r rear 120 Cherry 

.Steinheimer John G, mgr Armour Pking Co 

.Stelling Jacob H, elk, r 172 Chestnut 

" James H; collr First Natl Bank, bds 172 Chestnut 

" Miss Mayme E, r 172 Chestnut 

" Thomas L, elk Carolina Coal Co, bds 172 Chestnut 

.'Stephens, see also Steven*. 

" Miss Aurora A, r 59 N Main rT"l 

" George W, boarding 59 to 63 N Main ' ' 

" Joseph E, mem Hose Co A F D, r S Main "TTH 

" Miss Louzena, r 59 N Main ^w 

.'Stephenson, see also Stevenson. 

" Miss Florence, prin Home Industrial School, r same = 

" John H, condr Ashe St Ry Co, bds 63 N Main ■= " = 

" Robert K, patrolman, r 82 Orange S ^ 

Stepp Miss Ella, r Avery nr Cotton mills E? g 

" Tames R, sawyer, r 25 Spring 5 & 

" Miss Lula R, r 26 Spruce JS. = 

" Miss Mary E, r 26 Spruce 2. n 

Stevens, see also Stephens. S" ^ 

;Stevens Henry B, (Luther & Stevens), lawyers, r 41 Spruce <j§ 

When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER aid BRANDIES, call at 

The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores," M 3iSa« 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G. l ( 6 ° p " t<m l 

Pharmacist and Chemist. [ Avenue, j 



The purest 
Drugs ■k Chemi- 
cals always used 
in Prescriptions. 



^ ^ STE 324 STI 

— • _, Stevens James R, elk A D Cooper, rms 1 3d floor Johnston bldg 
tj 3= " Jesse S, drives street hack, r 311 S Main 
ale " Joseph, c, wks Biltmore estate, r 97 Hazzard 
cj " Joseph E, (Market St Woodwking shop), r 311 S Main 
^> " Miss Maggie L, r 311 S Main 
Sfti " Samuel N, car]), bds 86 Cherry 

LJ Stevenson, see also Stephenson. 

Stevenson Andrew F, fancy carriage painting 323 S Main, r 
325 S Main, (see card) 
" George H, driver, bds Southside ave nr Depot 
^^ " James F, mattress mkr R Mclnturff, bds Western Hotel 

^j " Miss Lena D, r Southside ave nr Depot 

Bfi " ^'' ss Mary, r 270 College 

" Mrs Selina, restaurant nr Sou depot, r same 
im f, Stewart, see aim Stuart. 

' " & Byrd, (J H Stewart & W H Byrd), genl grocers, 285 S 
Main 
" Frank, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 
" Jack, c, painter, r 26 Southside ave 
" John, lab, r Richard 
" John, c, waiter H West, r same 



2 ^ lii Ol Uml I Hi Six ye ars Reside 
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PARAGON BUILDING. Eight vears with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt. 

ent Architect for G. W. Vanderhilt, Esq., 

Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



«£ Stewart John H, (Stewart & Byrd), r rear 283 S Main 
" Marie, r 27 Valley, Happy Hollow 
C " Robert S, tailor 18 Patton ave, r 129 Broad 

O " " Watt, c, lab, r 181 S Beaumont 
j£ Stikeleather Miss Alma W G, r 112 Charlotte 

Stikeleather Charles W, prop The Berkeley Livery Stables,. 



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(ft }£ 19 W College, rear Hotel Berkeley, tel 1, r 101 Bai- 

™ ley, (see card) 

" Fergus, (Aston Rawls & Co), insurance, (Patton & Stike- 
>» leather), r 49 Church 

4-1 "55 " F, train solicitor Asheville Transfer Co 
"^ 9J " J G, mgr Kenilworth stables 

O "TT Stiles Harper, bricklayer, bds 12 Jefferson Drive 
0. q " Miss L Belle, dressmkr, bds 12 Jefferson Drive 
^ O " Mack, brickmason, bds 72 Depot 
C OC " W Otis, bds 14 Oakdale ave 

d ^ Stines Carl, delivery F A Walton, bds Doubleday 

<D — Stinson John, c, station hand Sou Ry, r 73 Depot 

C ~ Stirewalt Adolphus D, car inspect Sou Ry, r 88 Depot 
{q 2" " Lee J, car inspr Sou Ry, r 12 Jefferson Drive 

fj ffl Stirling Alexander, jeweler, r 41 Seney 

^^'UVrof^k^M^icTa^bu.FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE- 

Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE, 



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Stirling Miss Mary, r 41 Seney ggw 

Stockton Alexander L, printer Citizen office, bds 5 Flint ||» 

" Miss Alice C, r 5 Flint ^2 a 

" Brevard D, printer Ashe Daily Gazette, bds 5 Flint g-8 

" Miss Lizzie, r 5 Flint 5 S S. 

' : Martha C, (wid A H), r 5 Flint g2.| 

" Mitchell M, adv ed Daily Citizen, bds 5 Flint l^? 
Stokes Livinia, c, r 15 Clemmons 

" Milus, c, wks Sou Ry, r rear 55 Depot, Reveli's Row 

Stokely Royal J, city elk, office City Hall, r 176 Merrimon ave > * 

Stone George P, wks Ashe Cot Mills, bds 511 W Haywood \J& 

Stoner Aurelius D, elk The Racket Store, r 30 S Main (2d floor) ^T\ 

" Giles, c, wks fit depot Sou Ry, r Avery nr Sou Ry \*-\ 

" Charles V, elk The Racket Store, bds 30 S Main (2d floor) *Tj 

Stoner John M, mgr Racket Store 30 S Main ^^J 

" Orpheous E, elk The Racket Store, bds 30 SMain (2d floor) )l^T 

" Wm, c, station hand Sou Ry, r Avery nr Sou Ry /^ " 

Stover James, c, porter Swannanoa Hotel, r 3 Catholic Hill M | 

" James, c, fireman Swannanoa Ice Co, r S Biltmore p~^ 

Stradley E Boardman, elk Sumner & Co, bds 67 College *A*) 

" Gedwin F, elk Powell & Snider, r 23 Starnes ave 

TOURISTS MAKE ROGERS' BOOK &> 

STORE THEIR HEADQUARTERS. 

Stradley Wm C, grocer 14 N Ct Sq, r 19 Starnes ave hrt 

Stradwick Andrew W, c, lab, r 35 Buttrick 

Stanford John W, wks Ashe Cot Mills, bds 511 W Haywood f^^ 

Street Charles, c, driver Charlton Millard, r 192 S Pine k3" 

" James R, hostler Sou Ry, bds 201 Park ave j^ 

" Mack, c, cook, r 192 S Pine - A 

Stringfellow Mattie, c, cook J B Bostic, r same 
Stroud Peter, c, lab, r 63 Madison 

" Rhody, c, r 314 Short Bailey 
Strudicks Andrew, lab J R Rich & Son 

" John, c, driver Mayor Cocke 
Stroup Miss Mollie, r 138 Poplar 

" Samuel, bricklayer, r 138 Poplar 
Struthers James, bds Merrimon ave, n w cor Broad 

" Sophia G, (wid Robert), r Merrimon ave n w cor Broad 
Stubbs Rev Alfred H, missionary, r Shoenberger Hall 
Sturdevant Miss Lucy H, r 113 Montford ave 
Sturgess Annette, c, laund Kings Cottage, r rear same 
Suber Mrs Fannie B, dressmkr, r 82 Woodfin 

" Wade, c, wks Chambers, Weaver & Co's stables 
Sudderth David, c, driver J V Sevier 



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One Price 
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Full lines of CLOTHING. MEWS FURNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS, 
SMALL WARbS, HATS and SHOES. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G., 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



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A upniip i Pharmacist, and 
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Sudderth & Hollingsworth (W J Sudderth and J P Rollings worth), 
notions 315 W Haywood 

" James H, condr Sou Ry, bds 341 Haywood 

" John, wks Ashe Cot Mills, r 341 Haywood 

" John S, elk, bds 341 Haywood 

'• Miss Kate M, r 341 Haywood 

" Martha C, (wid W P), r 341 Haywood 

" Miss Mary C, r 341 Haywood 
Suddeth Mattie, c, nurse Mrs H D Woodson, r same 
Sudderth Miss Paralee, r 341 Haywood 

" Vina, c, wks The Dawson House, r same 

" Wm J, Racket Store, r 341 Haywood 
Sugg Harriet (wid Henry), r 32 Starnes ave 

" John E, bartender John O'Donnell, bds 261 S Main 

" John K, carp, r 261 S Main 
Sulzner Christopher, prop El Unico, bds 48 Spruce 
Summers Mrs Emma, bds 53 College 

" Joseph, c, lab, r 10 McDowell 
Summers Joseph W, lawyer and stenographer, Dickerson 
bldg, r 39 East 

" Mariah, c, keeper quarters Battery Park Hotel 



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Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patfon Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



CAROLINA COAL CO 

Summers Robert, c, wks Battery Park bar 

Summey Albert T, magistrate, notary public, prest Board 
Education, U S commissioner, Dickerson bldg, r 113 
Haywood 
Summey Bertie, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery near same 
" Mrs Froney, r Avery near cotton mills 
" Lum, c, wks city water wks, r 43 Poplar 
" Rachel, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery near same 
" Wm, c, wks Hotel Berkeley, r 72 S Pine 
Sumner A Theodore (Sumner & Co), r 5 Jefferson Drive 
" Bynum H (Sumner & Co), r 24 Penland 
" Charles E, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, bds 100 Pearson 

ave 
" & Co (F A, B H and A T Sumner), dry goods, notions, etc 
40 and 42 Patton ave, Maxwelton bldg 
Frank A (Sumner & Co), r 5 Jefferson Drive 
James E, teamster, r Pearson ave 
Miss Nora A, cashier Sumner & Co, r 5 Jefferson Drive 
Miss Rosie, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r Pearson ave 
Samuel, teamster, r Pearson ave 
Surratt Hattie, c, laund, r Revell's Row, rear 55 Depot 



I = A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 40 Tatton Avenue. Room 24. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G. 

Pharmacist ami < liemist 



60 PattOlll Afinelineof 
I Imported Per- 
AvpniiP [fumes, Extracts 
^\.\eiUie. J and Soaps. 



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Suttle Drury D, alderman, r 68 College *5 

" Miss Emma, r 68 College [) ss o 

" Miss Frances, r 68 College '/ ►* fe 1 

" Harry H, trav, rms 83 Montford ave I J* jj 

" Joseph B, elk T S Morrison, bds 68 College 3 $ 

" Mrs Lottie, r 59 Brick I *j ■ 

Swan Mrs Emma, cook G H Morris, r same tt *, 2. 

" James, c, bell boy Asheville Hotel * a ilq 

Swaney Miss Demia L, elk Information Bureau, r 16 Oakdale ^ 
ave S* 

" Miss Harriet, r 16 Oakdale ave £ 

" James H, lab, bds 16 Oakdale ave : ^ 

" John M, lab, r 16 Oakdale ave 

Swannanoa Country Club, S W Battle pres, T F Davidson — 1—1 
v-pres, J P Arthur sec and treas, J C Rumbough mas- vj 
rer of honnds (see miscellaneous) 

Swannanoa Ice Co, M L Reed pres, T J Reed treas, C R Whit- 
aker sec, tel 97, office 20 N Ct Sq 

Swannanoa Hotel, R R Rawls prop, 69 S Main 
" Saloon, C B Mclntyre prop, 70 S Main 

ASHEVILLE ■ . ( Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. {"*} 

DVERTI S I NC - Control City Street Car Advertising. V J 

/^ C MOV ) Prepare and plac Newspaper Advertising ^-v 

CfcrlwT ■ • ■ ■ v Contractors for Western North Carolina ( J 

Swartzberg Moses, prop Baltimore Clothing & Shoe Store, 

r 56 Spruce - 

Swartzburger Joseph B, peddler, r 8 S Spruce 
Sweezy Alfred, £, night watchman Winyah Sanitarium, r same 
Swenson Miss Lorinda, mission wkr, r 132 Hill 

" Moses, c, lab, r W Baptist Hill 
Swepson Calvin, c, lab, r 47 Brick 

" Ernest VV, c, delivery P J Swepson, bds 47 Brick 

" John, c, waiter Oakland Hgts, r 381 S Main 

" M Wm, c, teacher, r 35 Gudger 00 

" Pinkney J, c, green grocer stall 4 Central mkt, r 47 Brick T r 
Swicegood & Brown (L Swicegood, George Brown) paints, oils 
and glass, paper hangers, 65 S Main 

" & Brown (L Swicegood, George Brown), carriage painting 
and upholtng 19 Willow 

'• Miss Carrie B, r 173 S Main 

" Lindsey (Swicegood & Brown), r 173 S Main ». ^ 

" Wm, elk The Racket Store, r Chunns Cove = htj 

Swiney Miss Addie, r 10 Madison C£ ^. 

" Albert, lab, r 10 Madison J ^ 

" Franklin, fireman, r 10 Madison »_ 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, « ta cS SM , 

Supply seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with theii BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. FRANK Ol»o\ >KI.L, Proprietor. 



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Pharmacist and t'hfmist. 



on Ti i. \ Prescriptions filled 

OU 1 attOn I only by competent 
Y Pharmacists, and 
A.VGDUG. I delivered to any 
' part of the city. 



SWI 328 TAY 

Swink James C, grocer and blacksmith, mem Hose Co A F D, 
r 188 SMain 
" John, painter L Swicegood, r 182 S Main 
" John jr, r 182 S Main 
" Robert, paper hanger Swicegood & Brown, r 158 Church 



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*ABLE LINEN of all sorts a specialty at the Model Steam 
Laundry. Church St. 

Taggart Miss May, mission wkr, r 132 Hill 
Talbert Alexander, grocer Haywood, r 16 Turner 

" Hardy A, grocer 321 Haywood, r 16 Turner 
Talley Randolph, c, wks J B Seigler, r 27 Sycamore 
' Virgie, c, nurse James B Seigler, r same 
SJj H Tallman Darwin F, harnessmkr, r 50 Montford 
mm fl " Pearl E, r 50 Montford 
£bk (^ Tappan J E, chief elk Kenilworth Inn, r same 
BS Ph Tar Heel Knight, (monthly), F M Messier editor, 10 N 

SS CtSq 

■■■ £ Tarpley Thomas M, engr Sou Ry, r 168 Park ave 

_ ■ Tate Amanda, c, r Eagle, Happy Hollow 

HE " James, c, porter Bethel Methodist Church, r 40 Hildebrand 



L W. M. BILL Si CO., i 



MEATS, FRESH AND CURED. 

xclusive Handlers of Western Dressed Meats. 

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J5^ Tafe James, c, wks Cowan & Oates, r Revell's Row, rear 55 Depot 
^Z " Miss Mabel, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 33 Buxton 

^~ " Mariah, c, cook H B Carter, r same 

^> " Samuel, c, lab, r 66 S Side ave 

Taylor Ada, c, laund, r 5 Catholic ave 
G3 " Addie, c, laund, r 2\ Catholic ave 

2^* " Miss Alice, r head of Flint 
^™* " Alma, c, r 43 Poplar 

«— -. " Annie, domestic E T Belote, r same 

" Austin, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery near same 
Taylor A V D, editor and propr Skyland News 10 N Ct Sq, 
mis Gray Gables 
^^ " Charles, c, lab Sou Ry, r 98 Roberts 

" Edwin, gardnr Kenilworth Inn, r same 
Q3 " James, carp, bds head of Flint 

■■ n " James A, wks Geo F Scott & Co, bds 4 Oakdale ave 

^». " John, c, engine wiper Sou Ry 

Q3 " John, driver city, r 15 Madison 

^™ " Miss Laura, r head of Flint 

CO " Mrs Maggie, r 278 Depot 

^^ " May, c, laund, r 29 Catholic ave 



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course of time. The freshest, clean- 
est and best stock always at 



tFalk's Music House, 

J 4s Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G., \ 6 ° Pa " "} 

Pharmncist and Chemist. ( -A-NGIllie. J 



60 Patton ) Every purchase deliv- 
ered in the city free of 
charge. 



Tennent Emma, c, laund, r 72 S Pine 

Tennent James A, architect and contractor S Ct Square, r 
199 Chestnut 

" Miss Julia, rm Montford ave 

" Miss Laura, r in Montford ave 

" Mary J, (wid C E Tennent), r in Montford ave 
Terrell Gus, c, lab, r rear 150 S Pine 
Terrell Theodore V, genl mdse 546-548 W Haywood, bkkpr 

Ashe cotton mills, r 7 Park Place 
Terry Emmett E, wks Ashe cotton mills, bds 45 W Haywood 

" Mrs E E, weaver Ashe cotton mills, r 45 W Haywood 

" Neal, c, lab, r 6 Gray 
Terry Mrs Sarah, boarding 161 N Main (see card) 
Theobold Anthony A,, propr Candy Kitchen 9 w Ct Sq, rsame 
Thorn Samuel, c, dray driver, r 56 Montford ave 
Thomas Alexander, c, wks E W McCoy & Co, bds iio Montford 

" Alexander, c, lab, r rear 22 Madison 

" Ann, c, laund, r 4 Lexington ave 

" Archie, c, lab, r rear 22 Madison 

" Blanche, c, r 134 S Pine 

" Bud, c, wks French Bakery, r Lexington ave 



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Taylor Mitchell B, peddler, r 436 N Main 

" Morgan L, farmer, r head of Flint u ^ E? 

" Samuel, painter, r head of Flint e. a 

" Samuel, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel H£ 

" Silvester, lab, r 306 Short Bailey = 3 

" Vernon, r head of P'lint -■- 

" Wm, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery near same °P ^ 

" Wm, engr South Ry, rms 199 Park ave %! ? 

" W B, elk Sou Ry, bds 168 Park ave SjV 

" Wm D, condr Ashe St R R, r head of Flint %n 

Teague Isaac M, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery nr Sou Ry 5'2 

Tebbets Hannah E, (wid J M), r 13 Grove ^^ 

Telephone Exchange, 16 N Ct Square, C W Thornburgh mgr g " 

Temple Court Building, Patton ave 3>< 

Templeton Henry, c, fireman Battery Park Hotel, r 7 Walnut 

" Miss Lutie L, r 102 Park ave 

" Miss Lydia E, r 102 Park ave 

" Miss Maggie E, r 102 Park ave 

" Miss Minnie C, r 102 Park ave 

" Wm C, cabinet maker W B Williamson & Co, rio2 Park ave 
Tennent Miss Anna M, r 102 Montford ave 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable TncilVQlIPP Johnston Building. 13 Court 

stock companies. lIlaUiaIlliC« Square, Asheville, Bf. C, 



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Laces, Embroideries, Dress Goods and 
Silks, Staple Dry Goods, Wraps, 

Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc. 



}H Redwood & Co., 

J 7 & 9 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6., 

Pharmacist and < li< mist 



60 Patton 1 Nothing but the purest 
i- of Drugs and Chemicals 
Avenue. J used in Prescriptions. 



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Thomas Cordie, c, laund, r rear 22 Madison 

" Dave, c, lab, r rear 22 Madison 

" Edward, c, wks A A Featherston, r same 

" Frederick W, (Thomas & Wells) mis Eagle bldg S Main 

" James, c, waiter Oaks Hotel 

" Jane, c, laund, r rear 22 Madison 

" Maggie, c, cook 68 Church, r 113 Cherry 

" Maggie, c iaund, r rear 22 Madison 

" Mattie, c, laund, r 4 Lexington ave 

" Nannie, c, laund, r 4 Lexington ave 

" Nannie, c, laund, r rear 22 Madison 

" Rebecca, <", chambermaid, r Gray 

" Viney, c, chambermaid Oaks Hotel 

" Waites, c, lab, r rear 22 Madison 

" & Wells, (F W Thomas, R M Wells) lawyers 23-24 Legal 
Building 
Thomason W S, pass conductor Sou Ry, r 117 S Main 
Thompson Ambrose, c, coachman T F Davidson, r Liberty cor 
Broad 

" Mrs Anna, bds Maple Shade Place 

" Archibald, (Thompson & Carroll) insurance, rms 11 Church 



ALLEN'S, 



OPP. POST-OFFICE, 



For the largest and 

best assorted stock of 
FRUITS, CANDIES, CIGARS 
TOBACCO, PIPES, STATIONERY, etc. 



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Thompson Charles, c, waiter Woodlawn cafe, r 198 S Main 
Charles C, wks Ashe cotton mills, bds 31 W Haywood 
Charles M, elk, bds 318 Short Bailey 
& Carroll, (A Thompson, J L Carroll) general insurance 23 

Temple Court Building 
Edward E, tinner W A Boyce, r Hendry block 
Edith, c, chambermaid, r 31 McDowell 
Emma, c, laund, r rear 278 S Beaumont 
Everlin, c, laund. r 86 Mountain 
Frank, painter, r 35 Charlotte 

Henry E, mortorman Ashe St R R, bds 320 Short Bailey 
Ida, c, laund, r 95 Mountain 
I J, wks Ashe Foundry and Machine Shop 
John, c, wks H C Jones, r same 
John, c, lab, r 24 Valley 
John, c, rrear 278 S Beaumont 
Kelly, wks Ashe cotton mills, bds 142 Roberts 
Lewis, c, waiter Glen Rock Hotel 
Lillie, domestic Mrs A Graves, r same 
Mrs Lillie, r 149 Haywood 
Lizzie, c, teacher, r 86 Mountain 

Take it to ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

43 West College Street. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Phi v,,\ 



GO Pattonl FINi5 CIGARS, 
V Key West and J 
Pharmacist and Chemist. I A veil lie. J always on hand. 

THO 331 TRA 

Thompson Mary, cook A F Cook, r same 

" Napoleon, c, waiter Asheville Hotel 

" Reuben, c, driver G F Scott & Co, r 92 Mountain 

" Sallie, c, nurse 83 Montford, r same 

" Samuel, c, wks Biltmore estate, r 27 McDowell 

" Samuel, c, porter Battery Park Hotel, r 23 Silver 

" Samuel, c, fireman Ashe cotton mills, r 112 Roberts 

" Peter, c, lab, r 129 N Main 

" Thomas, civil eng Biltmore estate, bds 12 n Ct Sq 

" Wni c, wks D S Hildebrand Brick Mfy 

" Win, c, waiter Hotel Berkeley, r 6 Gray 

" Wm M, civil eng Paragon Bldg 
Thornburgh Clarence W, mgr Telephone Exchange, r 69 
Bailey 

" Ernest, Tel Exchange opr, bds 69 Bailey 
Thrall Forrest E, supt Biltmore Lumber Co, r 44 French Broad ave |»J 
Thrash George, physician 24 S Main, r same, phone 211 ^^ 

" Thaddeus W, mgr Crystal Palace, r 41 Spruce 
Tiddy Robert C, check elk frt dept Sou Ry, r beyd city limits 
Tigg Miss Gussie, r 42 Woodfin » * 

" John, carp, r 42 Woodfin JP^l 

Wif^l 1 !? fr WITTfi BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, s» 

T¥ iLljU JEili IV »T lJLiJjv3 ? Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
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Tilman Doily, c, laund, r 344 S Main _. ^ 



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Tilson Mrs Dovie, laund, r 27 Valley-Happy Hollow 

" George W, deputy collector internal revenue, r 56 Chestnut i q, 
Tincher Thomas L, prop Berkely Cigar Store; (Asheville Real (fl O 
Estate Directory), r 243 Haywood "" < 

Tinsley Violet, c, cook Mrs C M Piatt, r same 
Tollman W F, wks J B Shope, r Cumberland ave nr Starnes 
Tomes Harriett, c, laund, r 162 S Beaumont ■ W 

Tomlin Alvin, c, horse trader, r 40 Poplar H: 

" Clint, c, lab, r 10 McDowell 

" Rosa, c, r 40 Poplar 

" Sarah, f, rS Grove nr Philips 
Tomson Edward, trav, bds i6^4 N Main 
Toppins Hoyt, c, driver Powell & Snider, r 95 N Main 
Tow Wm, driver Swannanoa Ice Co, r bey city limits 
Townes Annie, c, cook P L Baldwin, r same 

" Sidney, c, porter J H Howell, r Atkin nr S Main 
Trail Andy, c, carp, r Scratch Ankle on S S ave 
Trailor Andy, carp, r n S Side ave 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ;a^^!Ss tr ee,, 

Distillers' Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' Ryes, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. FRANK O'DONNELL, Proprietor. 




WHITF R CMITM PH R ( 60 Patton ) Prompt, polite and 
iVnllL Ui Oiflllll, fill Ui, ^pleasant attention given 

Pharmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J to customers. 



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Trammell Josephine, (vvid Wm M), r 35 W Haywood 

Tranley Charles, curio dlr 59 S Main, r same 

Trantham Charles M, painter, bds 4 East 
" George W, cooper, r 4 East 
J ^ " James M, painter, r 4 East 
III _ " Miss Mollie B, r 4 East 
J 42 " Wm I, painter, r 35 East 
rj Traylor George W, day clerk Oaks Hotel, r same 

Treadway & Collins, (L Treadway and G R Collins), commission 

_. brokers, 59 Patton ave 

James J, general mdse 31 N Main, r 155 N Main 



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1 • " J R & Co, (J R Treadway and C T Wells), gen'l mdse, 172 

Roberts 
" John R, (J R Treadway & Co), r 172 Roberts 
" Leroy, (Treadway & Collins), r 28 Vance 
" Mrs Naomi, r W Hill nr Maiden Lane 
e« s Trexler Benjamin C, r 172 S Main 
£■5° " Benjamin L, hostler Sou Ry, r 21 Rector 
s ^ " Charles, wks Sou Ry yd, bds 124 Depot 

,^< " David, tinner, mem Hose Co A F D, r rear 172 S Main 

Trice John M, tinner J R Rich & Sons, r 76 Cherry 






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PARAGON BUILDING. Eight years with 

the late Mr. R. M. Hunt. 

t Architect for G. W. Var 

Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



1 Six years Resident^Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq 



I - I Triefield Abraham, cigar maker and dealer 38 S Main, r 38 
I I ' Charlotte (See card) 

■ m Triplett Thomas W, market master Central Market, r 94 Cherry 
r Trivett Mrs Laura J, r 47 Depot 

O Trotter Alex, c, lab, r 172 S Pine 
Trull Charles, merchant Pidgeon River, r 74 West 
" Miss Lucinda, r 28 Hillside 
J Tucker Dora, c, laund, r rear 34 Maiden Lane 

" George H, c, restaurant 46 N Main, r same 
•O Tucker James H, (Tucker, Murphy & Erwin), lawyers, r 72 

00 College 

" Lillie, r, nurse, r rear 190J S Pine 

• I " Mamie, c, laund, r rear 34 Maiden Lane 

LU " Mrs Mattie, weaver Ash Cot Mills, r 44 W Haywood 

• . 1 Tucker, Murphy & Erwin, (J H Tucker, J D Murphy and 

1 I I Marcus Erwin), lawyers, office: over Battery Park Bank, 
I I 13 Patton ave (2d floor) 

*-^"' " Oney, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r 44 W Haywood 

£) Turbyfill Newton H, carp, mem Hook & Ladder Co A F D, r 43 
^"^ N Pine 

^^>- Turner Benjamin N, wks Ash Cot Mills, bds 7 Green 



Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio 
lins, a complete line. One price only 
and that the lowest known, at 



;}Falk's Music House, 

J 48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITER ^MITH PH R (60 Patton) Prescription Department 
If nil L Ui OWN II, rlli U., -J Icomplete in every re- 

Pbarmacist and Chemist, ( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 

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Turner Chas, c, porter bar Glen Rock Hotel 

" Edward, c, shoemaker, r 28 Redmond's Alley 

" Miss Ella, r 146 Roberts 

" Emma, c, servant Mrs E A Van Gilder 

" Frank, printer Ashe Daily Citizen 

" Gerald, appr B H Cosby, bds 57 Church 

" James B, plumber J R Rich & Son, mem Hose Co A F D, 
bds 57 Church 

" James M, grocer 9 Sorrel, r same 

" | S, wks Ashe Cot mills, bds 31 W Haywood PP| 

Massie, c, r 7 Sorrel „— M l 

" Richard M, elk J M Turner, bds- 9 Sorrell ^5 

" Willis, c, lab, r Pearson ave 
"Turner Wm, bonded auctioneer, prop Music store, 12 N Ct Sq, 

r 57 Church 
"Turner MrsWm, boarding 57 Church, r same 
Twitty Burton, c, waiter, rms no Cherry 

" Logan, c, bellboy Svvannanoa Hotel 

" Olie, c, laund, r 9 Mountain 



Rogers' Asheville 



Is the VIEW BOOK | 

for the Tourist. q 

UNDER no false colors do we sail. Our work speaks for it- o 

self. Model Steam Laundry, Church St. Ui Jjj 

Ullman Samuel, genl mdse, 23 N Main, r same, 2d floor "O $» 



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Underwood George, c, driver C E Moody, r Eagle 

" Robert L, c, r Eagle < 

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IRTUE is to the character what spotless linen is to the gen- o 

eral appearance Spotless linen may be had by giving your 3? 
•work to the Model Steam Laundry, Church St. 

Vader Mrs C E, boarding house, r 38 Penland 

Valentine Bazzell, student, bds 95 Church ~ 

" Miss E M, r Ravenscroft High School O 

" Frank, prin Ravenscroft High School, r 95 Church jET 

" Miss Lilly, teacher, r 95 Church "i 

" Thomas W, associate prin Ravenscroft High School, r same s" 2 

Valley Hester, (wid H N), r 78 Valley. " Jj 

Vance Monteith, r, elk J W Foster, bds 180 Pine %£ h 

" Robert B, deputy collector internal revenue office, bds 71 o 2 

Woodfin § I? 

Vanderburn Dan, c, lab, r Dixontown °" 

VanGilder Mrs Elva A, boarding 73 College, (see card) n[3 

" Max F, elk, bds 73 College © 

" Thomas I, real estate 3 W Ct Sq, r 73 College -^ 



H. Redwood & Co, 



7 and 9 PATTON AVENUE. 

A choice stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, 
Shoes, Hats, etc., at fixed and 
reasonable price*. 
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Pharmacist aud Chemist. ( Avenue. ) for the Teeth. 

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^ ■ Vant Thomas, c, bellboy Battery Park Hotel 
< j»J VanHorn Orlie B, genl secy Y M C A, r 98 Bailey 
■^ VanWinkle Kingsland, r Victoria nr Oakland Hgts 
\ „ Vaughan Miss Annie W, r Forrest Hill, Victoria 
Qc " Miss Emma, boarding Forrest Hill, Victoria 
J* O " Frank S, r Forrest Hill, Victoria 
J™ .£ " James, c, lab, r 105 S Beamont 
P" O. " James V, elk Palais Royal, bds 139 Bailey 
^_ " Miss Letha, domestic 8 Clayton, r same 
A O " Miss Maude, r 139 Bailey 

H " Wm W, painter and photo agt, r 58 Hill 
^ Verry Charles S, car inspr Sou Ry, r 71 Hill 
** Vess J Henry, painter Swicegood & Brown, r 37 Blanton 

Vest Robert A, night elk Kenilworth Inn 
^/J Vickers Mrs M D, housekppr Kenilworth Inn, r same 
JJ^ Vienna Bakery, C C Paul prop, 18 N Ct Sq 
~™ Vincent Michael, c, cook Mrs A Hood, r same 
^f Vining Rev Roscoe W, pastor M E Church, r 30 Starnes ave 
1 Virgin Frank, opr L Treadway, bds 28 Vance 

Virtue Miss Minnie, milliner Sumner & Co, r 24 Penland 

Von Ruck Miss Calla, r Winyah Sanitarium 



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Von Ruck Dr Carl, medical director Winyah Sanitarium, te- 
3, N Pine cor Baird 
" Silvio H, med student, r Winyah Sanitarium 
Vredenburgh Miss Elizabeth A, r Hillside N E cor Liberty 

WHEN your linen is soiled call up the Model Steam Laundry 
and give them your order. Church St. 

Waddell Charles E, electrician Asheville St R R Co, bds 151 
Charlotte 
" Duncan C, (Waddell & Weaver), r Shoenberger Hall 
Waddell Duncan C, Jr, (Waddell & Sluder), insurance, rms 
47 S Main 
" Francis N, r 151 Charlotte 
" Miss Maude F, r 15; Charlotte 
Waddell & Sluder, (D C Waddell, Jr, J W Sluder), fire, life 

and accident insurance, Drhumor bldg 
Wade Joseph, c, wks D S Hildebrand brick mfy, r 29 Clemmons 
Wadsworth Miss Lurline, r 133 Bailey 
" M C, (wid W D),, r 133 Bailey 
" Miss Nena, r 133 Bailey 
Wagner Annie, c, chambermaid Winyah Sanitarium, r same 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTAB/S PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. 8., i™****) 

Pharmacist and Chemist ( Avenue. J 



Prescriptions 

delivered 

promptly. 



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Wagner Miss Carrie L, r 67 Woodfin 



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Wagner John A, (Wagner & Wills), archieects and con 

tractors, r 67 Woodfin h 

" James L, bkkpr W A Boyce, bds 67 Woodfin p 

" Miss Lillie L, r 67 Woodfin . — g 

" Lucian D, condr Ashe St Ry, bds 265 S Main qS £ 

" Matt T, elk Baird & Co, bds 67 Woodfin p- 

Wagner & Wills, (J A Wagner, A J Wills), architects, build- 2 -t " 

ers and contractors (for public bldgs, churches, offices § — 

theatres and large works only), 32-34 Patton ave (Tel- rf-rj o 

egraphic Code a b c) (See center lines) k —F 

Wainscott Mrs Laura, dressmkr 28 Davidson, r same H P> 

" Laurence A, bds 28 Davidson y ^3 

Wakefield Thomas A, condr Sou Ry, bds 47 Depot P> 3 

Waldrop Samuel, plasterer, r 131 Broad ^ ® <D 

Wales Win W, mission wkr, r 132 Hill ^ 

Walk Henry, r, r 180 S Beaumont 2. 

Walker Cala, r Cripple Creek 

" Miss Charlotte P, r 88 Bailey 



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OVERT8SI NC ! Control City Street Car Advertising. 
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Walker Mrs Charlotte, r 88 Bailey 

" Eliza, c, cook Mrs H N Lowell, r same 

" Jesse, c, waiter Kenilworth Inn, r 368 McDowell 

" Mrs Mary J, proprietress Buck Hotel 16% N Main 

" Julia, c, servant J G Blain, r same 

" Livinia, c, laund Kenilworth Inn, r same 

" Lucy, c, chambermaid Mrs O L Neville, r 52 Mountain 

" Lula, c, chambermaid J H Rumbough, r same 

" Monroe, c, wks Chambers, Weaver & Co's Livery Stables 

" Robert, c, bell boy Hotel Berkeley 

" Wm, c, lab, r 162 S Beaumont 

" Wm, c, wks The Elite Cafe 
Wallace Benjamin S, barkppr The Bonanza Wine and liquor Co, 

r 47 S Main © 

" C H, c, wks Sou Ry, r 34 Maiden Lane 5 

" Daisy, c, cook J A Tennent. r same 

" Miss Gladdys, r 54 Mountain 2 S 

Wallace James C, practical horse shoer and blksmith 153 =■ P 

Market, r n Center (See corner cards) m 

" Jane, c, laund, r 36 Brick S2 J° 

" Jones, c, teacher, r 41 Hildebrand 5 

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Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and! A clie»wi11<=» "NT P* 
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Wallace W C, delivery elk Sou Ex Co, bds Woodlawn Cafe 

" Wm, c, driver DrHB Weaver, r same 
Walls Hattie, c, laund, r rear 130 Poplar 
Walser Frederick T, deputy collr internal rev, secy Civil Service 

Board, Federal bldg, r Woolsey 
Walsh Alice, spinner Ashe Cot Mills, r 7 Green 
" Miss Junie, spinner Ash Cot Mills, r 7 Green 
" Mary L, (wid S B), boarding 7 Green 
" Pinkney F, wks Ashe Cot Mills, bds 7 Green 
Walters Stephen, c, barber 18^2 N Main, bds S Main cor Eagle 
Walton Edward, c, lab, r 278 S Beaumont 

Walton Frank A, green grocer and dealer in fruits, poultry 
and eggs, stall 12 Central Market, tel 20, r 30 Starnes 
ave (See card) 
Henry S, genl grocer, r 4 East 
Miss Lola, matron Mission Hospital, r same 
Miss Maggie L, saleslady J H Law, r 27 Spruce 
Steve, c, rms 40 S Main 
T Y, fireman Sou Rv, bds 144 Park ave 
Waltzen Wauleen, maid Mrs Wm Garrard, r same 
Ward Miss Annie, r N Hall 



W. M. HILL & CO. 



Fine Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork. 
Game in season. 



.Phone 66. 



Ward Benjamin F, wks Ashe Cot Mills, bds 41 W Haywood 

" Bennett, spinner Ashe Cot Mills, bds 41 W Haywood 

" Charles F, lumberman, bds N Hall 

" Edward H, electrician Tel Co, bds 112 College 

" Fred, bkkpr C B Mclntyre, bds Asheville Hotel 

" George H, driver, bds N Main 

" Henry S, bds N Hall 

" Hill, spinner Asheville Cotton Mills, r 41 W Haywood 

" James, c, porter Worthen's Pharmacy, bds 36 Valley 

" James, farmer, r N Hall 

" John B, plumber, bds N Hall 

" Mrs Martha, r 15 Mountain 

" Sarah, c, chambermaid, Revell's Row, rear 55 Depot 

" Ray S (wid Frank), r 41 W Haywood 

" Miss Rebecca, r 41 W Haywood 

" Willis, c, lab, r rear 95 Church 

" Rev Wm, r 112 College 

" Wm, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 527 W Haywood ' 

" Wm A, electrician tel exchng and supt city fire alarm, mem 

Hook and Lad Co A F D, bds 112 College 

" Mrs W H, r N Hall 



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PIANOS and ORGANS 



on easy installments, at 
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.J 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



fiO Pfltfnn 1 A full line oi 

ou ration i Soaps Sp0I)g g 

Avpiimp f and Perfumery 
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Ward W M, carp, r Baptist Hill near S Pine 
Ware Albert B, dentist, r 291 Colllege 






James A, student, bds 292 College L. *< 

" Miss Nora, teacher instrumental music, piano, guitar, man- » M 

dolin, banjo, etc, r 291 College " = 

" Joseph, c, wks Kenilvvorth Inn 

Warner Joseph, c, lab, r 337 Weaver m — l 

Warren B R, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery near same mmm 

" Cordelia, c, cook Mrs L J Finley, r same " 

" George, c, wks W S Penland ^j 

" Miss Grace, r 54 Mountain ^^ 

" John W, weaver Asheville Cotton Mills, r Avery near same 

" Miss Mollie, r Avery near cotton mills 

" Netia, cook 25 Buxton, r same 

Miss Neishia, domestic II P May, r same 2bS 

" Miss Piety, r 206 Avery tail 

" Roudy, wks Asheville Cotton Mills, r 206 Avery ■■( 

" Silas, c, lab, r 316 Short Bailey aBB C 

" Young, c, driver J P Sawyer, r 316 Short Bailey ^> 

Washington Etta, c, cook W T Mason, r same 

" George W, wks P P C Co, bds 76 Haywood |2 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., s? 2 

Thirty old, reliable TtlCliranPO Johnston Building, 13 Court 

stock companies. AIIDUI cUlL-C Square, Asheville, N. C. 

Washington John, c, bell boy Kenilworth Inn, r same 

" Lula, c, laund, r Dixon Town 

" Mamie, c, cook Mrs M Rickman, r same 

" Sonnie, c, driver for Acme Wine and Liquor House, r 198S 
Pine 

" Wm, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r 198 S Main 
Watiers Albert L, c, waiter Kenilworih Inn, r 368 McDowell 
Watkins, Miss Amelia L, music teacher, r 216 College 

" Frederick, c, lab elec car line, r 184 Phifer 

" Minty, c, laund, r 184 Phifer 
Watson John A, physician, tel 42, 56 French Broad ave, r 
same 

" Lizzie, c, chambermaid Slagel Hotel, r 28 Lexington ave 

" Mary G (wid John), r 27 Charlotte 
Watts Stephen, c, butcher James Wolfe Meat Co, r W x\sheville 
Weathers Flora M, c, cook G M Mathis, r same 
Weaver Miss Blanche M, r 169 Chestnut 
Weaver Dick (Chambers, Weaver & Co), livery, r 37 French 

Broad ave 
Weaver Frank M, pres Coarolina Coal Co 23 Patton ave, 
rms 9 Temple Court 

Hedinm and Upper Grades of Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Nut in*. Vel- 
vets, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Corsets, Embroideries, L.aces, etc. 

H. REDWOOD & CO., 7 and 9 Patton Avenue. 





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O IS Weaver George, c, driver, r 411 Short Bailey 

^ -* " Henry B, physician 1 and 2 2d floor Maxvvelton, tel 256, 

^ g r 169 Chestnut, tel 8 

CO " Isaac, c, driver, r 86 Mountain 

Of " James, c, delivery Wm Hill & Co 

Jj Qi " John H (Asheville Prntg Co), county tax collector, r 47 

« £ Woodfin 

DL O " Joseph V, soiicitor Empire Stables, r 31 Merrimon ave 
H " Miss Margaret, r 169 Chestnut 

" Mariah. c, chambermaid, r 411 S Bailey 
" Mary, c, cook J S Reagan, r same 
" Mary J (wid R T), r 2 Bennett 
" Miss Myra J, r 169 Chestnut 
" Rufus, c, lab Biltmore estate, r 411 Short Bailey 
" Wilks, c, lab, r 409 Short Bailey 
" Wm M, gun and locksmith, r 34 Merrimon 
" Wm P (Hawn & Weaver), r 34 Merrimon ave 
" W T (Waddell & Weaverr, office 4 Maxvvelton bldg, r 
Woolsey 
Weaver Zebulon (Carter & Weaver), lawyers Temple Court 
bldg, bds 209 Chestnut 



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A big stock Fruits, Candies, Stationery, 
Cigars and Tobacco, at 
ALLEN'S Fruit and Cigar Store, 

Opposite 1'ost-uffice. 



Webb Alexander (Rutledge, Patterson, Webb & Co), r 78 
Bailey 

Webb Charles A, lawyer 5 and 6 Legal bldg, r 78 Bailey 
Z r\ " D Hardy, r near Oakland Hgts 
tt <J " Edward, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel 
? V " Miss Emma, domestic, 71 Woodfin 

" Estelle, r 31 French Broad 
O J, £ " Evy, c, nurse, r rear 5 W Chestnut 
Zg ^ " Frances, c, cook, r 48 Eagle 
^Sm " Lafayette, c, farmer, r rear 5 W Chestnut 
^j^ j " Lilly M, c, cook M Alexander, r same 
^ < p " Lotta, c, cook H E Heinitsh, r same 
Z§ A " Miss Luttie, r 31 French Broad 
3 I tj << Miss Mary, r 31 French Broad 
£■ I £ " Mary E, (wid James A) r 31 French Broad ave 

h " Myra, c, nurse, r rear 5 W Chestnut 
£ h Webb Wallace Bruce, bds 78 Bailey 
^0 " Wm A, r 31 French Broad ave 
Q Webber C O, r cor Montford and Cullowhee 

O \? Webster Benjamin F, lawyer, r Hillside n e cor Liberty 
7* ® " Calvin N, salesman G A Mears & Sons, bds 145 S Main 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

Telephone 95. 43 WEST COLLEGE STREET 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., \«>***°°\ out 

Pharmncist and Chemist. (. Avenue. J |Jpong 



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Wells Ella, c, r 174 S Pine 

" Eveline, c, housegirl the VanGilder, r same 
" Frank c, wks Bonanza Wine and Liquor House, r 174 
S Main 

Weer, see also Ware. 

Weer John, bds 122 Patton ave 

Weintz Miss Emma D, mission wkr, r 32 Hill 

Weismann Jules, r 36 S Main 

Welch Calvin, engr Sou Ry, rms 199 Park ave 
" Charles E, caller Sou Ry, r 199 Park ave 
" John L, elk McDowell & Dalton, r Hazel township 

Weldon Miss Nora E, chief operator tel exch, r 254 N Main 
" Robert, mess W U T Co, bds 254 N Main 

Weldon Samuel G, tel opr Sou Ry, r 254 N Main ">■ 

" Samuel G jr, student, bds 254 N Main ,- ■ -, 

Welles, see also Wells. — 

Welles Miss Edna F, saleswmn Law's china store, r 93 Bailey i-* 

" Edward B, metal wkr Vanderbilt mansion, r 93 Bailey ^ 

Wellman Andy, c, carp, r 78 Mountain p o" 

" John, c, wks kitchen Oakland Heights ;S{ ~* 

" Noah, c, gardener Oakland Heights -n » 

WAf2\T"R kr WfTT^l builders and contractors, g o 

Tf AUUrjIL 4V Tf IljljO, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N.C. S - ? 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. » &J 

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Wells Alice, c, servt Mrs E A VanGilder, r same c - 

Alonzo c, lab, r 55 Depot S < 
Ella, c, laund, r rear 36 Depot 
Mrs Eugenie, trained nurse, bds 99 Haywood 
Frank, c, butler Mrs E H Breese, r same 
Frank W, c, porter the Bonanza Wine & Liquor Co, r 174 

Pine 

Lee, c, wks Battery Park Hotel, rms 120 Poplar . ^ , 

Robert M, (Thomas & Wells), lawyers, r 37 French Broad ave 

Rosa, c, servant Mrs C Koppelberger, r same o 

Viola, c, cook Mrs E H Breese, r same " 

Violet, c, nurse Mrs G Mortrell, r same o ££ 

AVelty Edwin A, contract carp, r 32 Buttrick -S M 

Wernwag Adolphus, propr Haywood Market and Stall 1 Central £2- =- 

Market, r 347 Haywood m = 

" Jolly, elk Haywood Market, r same g „ 

West Asheville Improvement Co, (Receivers J E Rankin, Jas H 2" == 

Cutlen), 18 N Ct Sq =? of 

West Miss Augusta T S, r 278 Chestnut £° ^ 

" Benjamin, tinner's helper J R Rich & Son =g 

" Charles W, student, r 278 Chestnut 2- 



When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER and BRANDIES, call at 

10 North Main Street, 

7 and 7% West College Street, 
»J FRANK O'DONNELL, Propr. 



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The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores, 



WHITEG.SMITH,Ph.G.,( 6 ° Patton } 

Pharmacist and Chemist. [ Avenue. J 



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West Mrs Charles W, r 278 Chestnut 

" Claude C, student, bds 6 Park ave 
West End Drug Store, Dr. T C Smith propr, 272 Haywood 
West End Market, D H Hughes propr, cor Buxton and Green 

" Miss Evelyn N, r 278 Chestnut 

" Henry, boarding, 79 N Main 

" James S, propr Buncombe Coal Co 8 Lexington, r 102 
Montford ave 

" Miss Laura, r 278 Chestnut 

" Miss Lola A, r 283 S Main 

" Mollie Mrs, r 11 McDowell 

" Renee Miss, r 97 N Main 

" Virginia (wid W A), r 6 Park PI 
West Wm W, real estate ; prest School Board ; off Drhmor 

bldg, r 278 Chestnut 
Westall Elmer C, asst p m, r 206 Chestnut 

" Horace G, bds 206 Chestnut 

" H C, bkkpr, r 88 Charlotte 
Westall James M, contr and bldr 201 Merrimon ave, tel 196,. 
r same (See card) 

" Thad C, carp, r 49 East 



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mm "~) III Oi Ollll III Six years Resident Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 

1 Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 

Westall Thomas C, elk W H Westall, r 88 Charlotte 
Westall Wm H, dlr in lumber, laths, shingles, sash, doors,, 
blinds, mouldings, etc, 16 & 18 S Spruce, warehouse 
Sou depot, tel office 41, yard 39, r 8 Clayton (See- 
card) 
Western Hotel, R Mclnturffprop, W Ct Sq 

" Meat & Provision Co, Geo W Jones mngr, 344^ Haywood 
fabl " Union Telegraph Office, Jas H Drakeford mngr. 51 S Main 

Weston Amanda, c, maid Winyah Sanitarium, r 38 Hildebrand 

" Joseph, c, shoemkr H White, r 7 S Beaumont 
Wexler Abram, confectioner 14 Patton ave, r 38 Charlotte 
^^ Wheeler A A, Miss, wks Ashe Stm Laundry, r 315 Bailey 
" Annie C Miss, r 43 Poplar 
" David C, carp, r 315 Bailey 
" Jesse E, bds 315 Bailey 
" John W, st hacks, r 43 Poplar 
" Leah, c, r limit of curve 
" Louisa, c, laundress, r 59 Brick 
" Mary J Miss, r 43 Poplar 
" May Miss, r 72 Mountain 
Whisnant John, c, lab, r 8 McDowell 

Thiscity^t^^ MUSIC HOUSE 

Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,( 6 ° Pattu "l 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I Avenue. J 



(if) Poff, in 1 Pocket Books, 
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A full line of 
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Whitaker Charles R, mngr Oaks Hotel, secy Swannanoa Ice g M 3 
Co, r Oaks Hotel : q. c 

White Alexander S, elk Asheville Hotel and alto Ashe Military 

Band, bds Asheville Hotel S 

" Alice L Miss, saleswoman Bon Marche, bds 12 S Spruce 

" Bettie L Miss, r 1 Summit 

" Caleb, c, draymn, r 29 Clemmons 

" Carrie Miss, r 7 Jefferson drive fHt% 

" Chania, c, laundress, r 134 Church 

" Charles H, elk C M, bds 12 S Spruce 

" Charles M, greengrocer stall 22 Central Mkt, r 12 S Sprnce 

" Charles P, carp, r 1 Summit 

" Cornelia F Miss, r 24 Seney 

" Delia Miss, r 323 S Main 

" E P, wks Opera Hse, bds Slagle Hotel 

" Ernest L, grocery elk, bds 24 Seney 

" Ezekiel C, plumber, bds 24 Seney 

" Frank H, salesmn Ashe Mercantile Co, r 76 S Main 

" George, c, baker Winyah Sanitarium, r 58 Mountain 

" Hardy H, genl supt county chaingang, r 24 Seney 



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White Hattie Miss, r 12 S Spruce 

" Herbert, c, shoemkr 5 Lexington ave, r 334 Charlotte 
White J Arthur, elk J M Westall, bds 1 Summit 

" James, c, hostler Dr J S Felix ^P 

" James B, painter, r 1 Merriman ave 

" James J, brickmason, r 138 Poplar 

" John, c, lab, rms 62 McDowell 

" Joseph, t, butler 73 Haywood, r 65 Mountain 

" J R Mrs, r 323 S Main 

" Lizzie Miss, r 12 S Spruce 

" Martha, c, cook J G Blain, r same 

" Mary, c, laundress, r 32 Eagle 

" Marvin, elk J F Miller & Son, bds 12 S Spruce 

" Mattie, c, cook Judge Chas A. Moore, r same 

" ME (wid Jas A), r 1 Summit =? J 

" Nathan,^ - , wks D S Hildebrand, r 25 Clemmons 22. -4 

" Oscar, condr St Ry Co, bds 97 N Main og fff 

" Phoebe, r 45 Avery g Q 

" Phillips & Co, (F H White, J G Phillips, G M McDowell), S. -| 
Empire Stables 76 S Main, tel 48 3 & 

" Sallie Miss, r 323 S Main ° "" 

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" 7 A,m nlui I Pharmacist, and 
Pharmacist and 4 hemist. I AVClme ' J delivered promptly 

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White Samuel, peddler, r 31 Davidson 

" Samuel H, printer State Register, bds 76 Depot 
White Sewing Machine, C E Moody agt, 20 N Ct Sq 

" Stella Miss, r S Main 

" Wm, driver Swannanoa Ice Co, r S Biltmore 
Whitehead & Britt, (L L Whitehead, W E Britt), butchers & 
genl meat dlrs, Stall B Central Mkt E Ct Sq, tel 216 
(See card) 

u Glenn, delivery Whitehead & Britt, bds 201 Bailey 
Whitehead Leonidas L, (Whitehead & Britt), r 201 Bailey 

" Vernon, wks Lonny Whitehead, bds 201 Bailey 
Whiten Calvin, wks Ashe Cot Mills, r 57 W Haywood 
Whitesides Eddie, r, r 47 Poplar 

" Edward W, printer n Patton ave, r Woolsey 

" George W, carp, bds 13 Seney 

" Jennie, c, chambermaid 72 Mountain, r same 

" James E, bds 13 Seney 

" John B, carp, r 13 Seney 

" John K, carp, r 47 Seney 

" Joseph, c, hostler, r rear 52 Mountain 

" Kathey, c, r 47 Poplar 






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Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

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Whitesides Lucy, c, chambermaid, r rear 52 Mountain 
" Sallie K Miss, saleswoman Ei Unico, r 13 Seney 
Whitlock Abraham, (The Whitlock Clothing Hse), r 280 
Haywood 
" Adolph, r 40 Penland 
Whitlock Bernard, (The Whftlock Clothing Hse), bds 280 

Haywood 
Whitlock Clothing House 41 Patton ave (See back face 
and advt) 
" Leon, elk The Whitlock Clothing Hse, bds 280 Haywood 
" Ray Miss, r 280 Haywood 
" Sipey Mrs, r 38 Charlotte 
Whitlow Betty J (wid J W), dressmkr, bds 24 Bailey 
Whitmire Frank, brkman Sou Ry 

" Laura, c, laundress, r rear 55 Depot, Revell's Row 
Whitson Addie, c, cook 83 Montford, r same 
" Felix, c, lab, r 314 Baptist Hill 
" Kate, r, wks Swannanoa Hotel, r 178 Bailey 
" J McD, deputy elk Superior Ct Buncombe Co, r Swan- 
3 nanoa, N C 

It Whitson Wm R, lawyer Drhumor bldg, r 146 Chestnut 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTAE"? PUBLIC. 
Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



A fine line of 
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WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., I c « Pat,0 "l! 

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Whittdker, see also Whitdker. 5§- — 

" F M, -wks Ashe Woodwkg Co § 3 O 

" Harriet, r, cook 74 Bailey " ~£q 

" Lee, c, butler The Bonair, r same ^ O 

" Louis, c, wks Brown's Livery Stables, r 24 N Water 

" Maggie, c, cook Mrs A Whitlock, r same 

" Samuel, wks Svvannanoa Ice Co, r S Biltmore 
Whittenberg Tillie, c, laundress Battery Park Hotel | S? m 

Whittington Willard P, phys and surg 2 N Ct Sq, r 17 Vance 
Whorley James, wks p o, bds 64^ S Main 

" Robert, bds 64^ S Main 
Wiggins J A Mrs, r 114 Montford ave 

" John A, c, porter Andy's Place, r 166 S Beaumont 

" Luke, c, chf cook Glen Rock Hotel, r same 
Wilbar Gertrude Miss, r 5 Starnes ave 

" J Mrs, boarding 5 Starnes ave 

" John T O, r 5 Starnes ave 

" Mary E Miss, r 5 Starnes ave 
Wilburn Annie E (wid W A), boarding 202 Park ave 

" Bessie M Miss, r 202 Park ave 



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" Jesse, weaver Ash Cot Mills 
W T ilcox Ellen M Mrs, bds 73 Montford ave 
Wild Jesse A, messgr int rev office, r 138 Hill 
Wiley Arthur L, broker, r 105 Park ave 

" George, c, driver W B Williamson & Co, r 35 Clemmons 

" Gus, c, porter A M Field, r 258 Cumberland 
Wilkerson M B, Imbr dlr 13 & 14 2d floor Temple Ct, bds Berke- 
ley Hotel 
Wilkes Bud, c, whitewashes r 337 Weaver 

" Samuel, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 
Wilkie Burgin A, sten int rev office, rms Hotel Pisgah 

" John, c, lab, r end of curve m 

Wilkins Florence, c, laundress, r 20 Eagle ■ *■ 

" Ida, c, r 314 Short Bailey _ W 

Willard Ida, c, cook J T Amiss, r 127 S Main 2a ^ 

Willet Lizzie, r 31 Maiden Lane 0J_ |f| 

" Nannie, r 31 Maiden Lane 3 |"" 

Willey Julia, (wid George), r Mountain Cottage 111 

Williams Ada, c, r 7 Sorrel CO 50 

" Miss Addie, housekeeper, r 277 Haywood ■ "" 

THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, % H «WSSs** 

Supply seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with theii BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. FKABfli OUONMII,, Proprietor. 



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Williams Alice, c, cook T E Winslow, r same 

Altoney, c, chambermaid Swannanoa Hotel 
Ann, c, nurse J N Hood, r same 
Miss Annie C, r 53 Haywood 
Annie, c, laund, r 381 S Main 

Arthur, c, vvks Wiley B Brown's Livery Stables, r 15 Lex- 
ington ave 
Arthur, c, wks Woodlawn Cafe, r 7 Sorrel 
Berta, c, r 7 Sorrel 
Betsey, c, cook C Sawyer, r same 
Branch H, patrolman, r 153 S Main 
Candys, c, cook, r 20 Clemons 
Carolina A, (wid Mahon Williams), r 10 Clayton 
Carolina L, c, cook Maj Chas L Davis, r same 
Carrie, c, servant S Clinton Cortland, r same 
Charles E, wks Ash Woodwkg Co, bds 59 N Main 
Charles M, wks Ash Woodwkg Co, bds 199 Bailey 
Charlotte, c, laund, r W Hill nr Maiden Lane 
Miss Coney, r 101 Blanton 
Miss Edna, r 101 Blanton 
Edward N, U T Co dispatcher, r 10 Williams 



W. M. HILL & CO., 



PHONE 66. 



! Steam Sausage Factory. 
Clean and Wholesome. 
Sausage, Bolognas and Puddings. 



Williams Edward, c, waiter The Elete Cafe, r 77 Mountain 

" Miss Effie L, r ior Blanton 

" Eliza, c, chambermaid G S Powell, r 40 Mountain 

" Eliza, c, cook White G Smith, r same 

" Elizabeth, c, laund, r 118 Poplar 

" Elvira, c, cook J F Stein, r same 

" Emma, c, cook T A Jones, r 16 Short 

" Emma, c, cook L J Bowen, r 381 S Main 

" Eveline, c, cook J K Reynolds 

" Miss Florence A, r 216 Chestnut 

" Gabe, c, blksmith Ashe Snpply & Foundry Co, r Country 
Williams Gay M, agt Equitable Life Assurance Society, 4 1st 
Nat'l Bldg, r Woolsey 

" George, c, brickmason, r nr Montford school 

" George, c, cook Elete Cafe, r 13 Waddell 

" George A, c, porter Oaks Hotel, r 49 West 

" Henry, c, wks King's Cottage, r same rear 

" Jason, c, hostler J Ed Rumbough, r Liberty cor Broad 

" Jessie, r 10 Clayton 

" John A jr, bkkpr Aston Rawls & Co, r 216 Chestnut 

" John A, c, porter Andy's Place, r 166 S Beaumont 



Strings, even the best, will break in \ CoH/'^ Mi 10 in U mi on 
course of time. The freshest, clean- [ | U I K O lYIUolG nUUSc, 



est and best stock always at 






4» Pattuu Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6., P^pV^^; 

rharmaeist and Chemist. ( Avenue. J charge. 
WIL 345 WIL -S^C 

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Williams John Hey, physician, 31 Patton ave, tel 7; r 53 ='oo 

Haywood, tel 46 m SpU 

" J H, driver A F Cook, bds 277 N Main S-o-"' 

" John, bds 117 Haywood £%% 

" Joseph, c, lab, r 8 McDowell jrS g 

" Joseph M, bricklayer, r 101 Blanton 5' [j< 

" Julia, r, laund, r 22 S Side ave ^ <™ 

' LD, trained nurse 59 N Main, r same » ' n 

" Mrs Lillie, dressmaker 199 Bailey, r same Ko< 

" Miss Lilly, r 19 Starnes ng- 

" Lizzie, r, laund, r Dixontown 2 'S.H 

" Lizzie, c, servant Mission Hospital, r 118 Poplar crccp n 

" Lizzie, c, cook, r rear n e cor Merrimon ave & Chestnut | qI 

" Loving D, trained nurse 24 S Main, rms same (2d floor) 3^ ^ 

" Miss LulaJ, trained nurse 271 S Main, r same Q^'"< 

" Manah, <-, laund, r 198 S Main ^L_L 

" Mark, wks H S Haskell, r byd limits 

" Marie, c, nurse, r 136 Valley 

" Marshall, c, lab, r 15 Mountain 

" Mary, c, maid Winyah Sanitarium 

" Missouri, c, servant Thomas D Johnston, r same 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable T n C 1 1 P£) YtOf* Johnston Building, 13 Court 

stock companies. llloUl cLIIKjV. Square, Asheville, N. C. 



Williams Noah, wks Carolina Wood wkg Co, rms 7 S Side ave M 

Norman, lab, r Cripple Creek ££s 

" Pacal U, brick layer, bds 101 Blanton 

" Rhoda, (wid Wm) r 271 S Main 

" Robert, c, lab, r Dixontown 

" Robert B, elk internal reuenue 

" Robert L, condr Ashe St Ry Co, bds 63 N Main 

" Roy, bk kpr Dr J H Williams, bds 53 Haywood 

" Sallie, c, wks Battery Park Hotel 

" Shade, c, lab, r rear 211 Patton ave 

" Silas, c, r 7 Sorrel 

" Thomas, c, restaurant, r 80 S Side ave 

" Victoria,*:, cook Mrs E Stevenson, r 25 Depot 

" Walter R, c, carp, r 25 Silver 

" Warren, porter Asheville Hotel, r same 

" Wm, c, fireman, r 51 Davidson 

" Wm, F C, bds 216 Chestnut 

" Wm M, agt Singer Mfg Co, bds 64^ S Main 
Williamson Fancy, c, rms no Cherry 

" George J, salesman, r 20 Oak 



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Patton Ave. 

ares, 
Fancy Goods, Shoes and Hats. 



WW lb Ui oMIIrl, Kill U.J U LU1 ' (.orprugs and Chemicals 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. 



60 Patton ) Nothing hut the purest 
> of Drugs and Chemic 
Avenue. J used in Prescriptions. 



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z Williamson W B & Co, (W E and W B) furniture and carpets 

S~ j^ 16 Patton ave (see front cover and adv page) 

§ K Williamson Weldon E, (W B Williamson & Co) bds 20 Oak 
§ Williamson Wm B, (W B Williamson & Co) prest Carolina 
Z x: Wood wkg Co, r Montford beyd city limits 

O « Willis Charles, bds 28 Vance 

P H " Charles C, mgr C S Wallace, bds 76 N Main 
<( J " C Stanley, bds 115 Haywood 
0- ' " Miss Irene, nurse Mission Hospital, r same 
10 " Rev Walter H, pastor Hay wood st M E Church South, r 

^t" 11 Buttrick 

Wills Arthur J, (Wagner & Willis) architects and con- 
tractors 32 and 34 Patton ave, r 41 Atkin (see center 
lines) 
" Joseph, c, painter, r rear 132 Hill 
" Robert, c, butler Sluder House, r same 
Wilson Alexander, c, wks Sevier's Stables, r 115 S Beaumont 
" Alice, c, laund, r 40 Madison 
" Miss Annie L, r 156 Bailey 
" Arthur, c, bds rear 132 Hill 
" Benjamin F, carp, r 25 Rector 



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lifL — | MMM | A Fruits, Confectioneries, Cigars, Tobacco, 

WHO BS3 G «Pes, etc.. at 

w« i'viuwuiu ALLEN'S FRUIT AND CIGAR STORE, opposite P. 0. 



O — o Wilson, Burns & Co, wholesale grocers Baltimore Md, O H 
Henry trav salesman, r 70 Orange 

^ " David A, elk Scott's Lumber Yard, r 4 Oakdale ave 

fl^ " Edward, c, fireman Sou Ry, r Avery near Depot 

SMEB " Frank, c, lab, r cor Valley and Sycamore 

ISX9 " George, c, wks Ashe Wood wkg Co, bds rear 132 Hill 

<" Miss Georgia, r rear 150 Pine 

" Harrison, c, cement wkr, r 220 S Beaumont 

J" Isaac, c, well digger, r rear 278 S Beaumont 

" James, <r, cook Hotel Berkeley 

" James W, c, barber 66 S Main, bds Sorrel 

" Jerry, c, waiter Glen Rock Hotel 

" Jesse, c, butler J M Ingle, r same 

" Miss Kate M, r Cumberland ave 

<" Judge R, barber Robert Longbottom, r Pisgah Hotel 

" Leah, c, laund, r 40 Madison 

" Lee, c, lab, r rear 150 S Pine 

" Lizzie, c, chambermaid Mrs C Koppelberger, r same 

■ " Louisa, (wid A M) r 11 Short 

5" Lucius M, carrier Gazette, bds 44 Seney 

" Maggie, c, laund, r rear 190^ S Pine 

RINC UP TELEPHONE 95. 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY. 

^3 V7EST COLLEGE STEEET, 



WHITE G. SMITH, Plli 6. 9 J ° fkeyWrntW^mtttie, 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



60 Patton) FINE CIGARS, 
>• Key West and L 
Avenue. J always on hand. 



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Wilson Martha, r 220 Patton ave QJ 

" Mary, c, laund, r 40 Madison *^^ 

" Mattie, c, laund, r 3 Clemmons g? 

•' Miles, c, bds 37 Buttrick —3 

" Munroe, c, driver, r 190^ S Pine 

" Mrs Nancy, r rear 150 S Pine ^^; 

" Nannie, c, laund Swannanoa Hotel Q3 

" Sallie, c, laund, r 96 Baird ^^ 

" Mrs Samantha C, r cor Valley and College _* 

" Tandy, c, lab, r 114 Cherry C/D 

" Thomas, r 13 Buttrick ^ 

'* Waddy A, carp and grocer, r 318 N Main 

" Walker, c, wks kitchen Kenilworth Inn 

" Wesley, c, lab, r 180 S Beaumont 

" Willis, c, wks Ducktown R R, r 114 Avery 

" Wm, c, waiter, r rear 190 S Pine 

" Wm, c, lab, r rear 63 Madison 

" William C, printer Gazette, bds 6 Marjorie 

" Wm H, elk Criminal Court, r Woosley 

" Wm R, lawyer, r 146 Chestnut 

Wingate Joshua P, c, teacher, r 19 Clemmons 

WAniVIFT? & WTTTSi BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 
ff ii.UU.IJli «X TT I.UJUO5 Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville. N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
#5T Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 

Wingate Mary, spinner Ashe cotton Mills, r 527 W Haywood 

" Thomas, wks Ashe cotton mills, r 527 W Haywood 
Wingo Thos S, opr Kenilworth Inn, r same 
Winkler Rufus, c, car cleaner Sou Ry 
Winslow Annie, c, laund Battery Park Hotel 

" Thomas E, yard master Sou Ry, r 375 W Haywood 
Winters Hannah, c, r 7 Sycamore 
Winyah Sanitarium, Dr Karl von Ruck medical director, 

tel 3, N Pine cor Baird 
Wise Miss Alice, r 36 W Haywood 

" David T, r 36 W Haywood 

" Miss Minnie, wks Ashe Cot Mills, bds 56 W Haywood 

" Miss Sarah, wks Ashe Cot Mill, r 36 W Haywood 
Withers Mary, c, (wid Lewis W), laund, r 33 Buttrick 
Wolfe James, (James Wolfe Meat Co), r W Asheville 
Wolfe James Meat Co, (James, A H, Josephine, St Clair 
Knight), stall A Central Mkt 

" Mrs Josephine, (James Wolfe Meat Co), r W Asheville 

" Wm E, ornamental plasterer, r 36 Clayton 
Wolfe Wm O, dealer marble and granite monuments, tablets 
and iron fences, Court Place and Market, r 92 Woodfin 





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Distillers' Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' Ryes, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. FRANK 0'IM»\Ki,l,, Proprietor, 



North Main Street, 

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60 Patton 1 Prompt, polite and 

v pleasant attention given 
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Wolfe Wm O Jr, r 36 Clayton ■ 
Wolfinger C W Clayton, bds 79 N Main 
Wood Amanda, c, cook D L Reynolds, r same 

" Charles A, propr Oakland Heights, r same 

" George, c, driver Swannanoa Ice Co, r 128 Hill 

" J, c, station hand Sou Ry 
Wood James H, ticket agt Sou Ry, r 5 Park PI 

" John G, brickmason, bds 73 Brick 

" Minnie, c, chambermaid Mrs A Whitlock, r Hill 

" Stacey, laund Kenilworth Inn 

" Thomas A, c, waiter Battery Park Hotel, r Catholic ave 

" Walter M, brickmason, bds 73 Brick 

" Wm W, brickmason, r 73 Brick 
Woodard Victoria, c, laund, r 900 Pearson ave 
Woodbury John F, coal and wood 2 Market, bds Arcadia 
Woodcock John H, physician, r 318 Haywood 

" Johnston, physician, bds 98 Park ave 

" John W, physician 24 S Main, r same 

" Julian A, employee Sou Ry, bds 98 Park ave 

" Julia E, (wid Dr J A Woodcock), r 98 Park ave 
Woodfin Miss Anna, r 26 Clayton 

PARAGON BUILDING. Eight years with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt, 
dent Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



H I U I U lYI I M I Six years Reside 

* Estate and Nev 



Woodlawn Cafe, Noah Murrough, c, propr, 36 S Main, r 19 
Grove 

Woodson Carrie, c, cook, r rear 57 Church 
" Hattie D, (wid Abner), r 139 Bailey 

Woodruff Violet, c, laund G F Scott, r same 

Woods George, c, driver Swannanoa Ice Co 
" Harry, musician, rms 37 Starnes ave 
" James C, foreman French Bakery, r 36 S Spruce 
" Lee, c, driver Carolina Coal Co, r rear 132 Hill 
" Louise L, (wid John), diessmkr, r 36 S Spruce 
" Miss Maggie F, r 7 Jefferson Drive 
" Sam S, c, wks Kenilworth Inn, r 139 Weaver's Lane 

Woody John H, (Asheville Supply and Foundry Co), r 44 
Clayton 

Woosley Samuel, business mgr Skyland News, bds 29 Wood- 
fin 
" Mrs Samuel D, operator Tel Ex, r 29 Woodfin 

Wooten Joseph, paper hanger T W Fizpatrick, r 249 Grove 
" Mitchell, drayman, r 249 Grove 

Wooters Samuel W, elk Sou Ry, bds 4 Jefferson's Drive 

Works Littie, c, laund, r 37 Clayton 

Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio- ~\ Cn||/'o MllCIP HnilCQ 
lins, a complete line. One price only, > lu 1 1\ O IllUolu nUUduj 

and that the lowest known, at J 4$ patton avekue. 



U/UITC R QUITU Ph R (60 Patton) Prescription Department 

fTnllL Ui Olflirif Nli Ui ( ' ^complete in every re- 

Pharmaelst and Chemtat ( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 

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Worley Robert L, Empire Stables, bds 64^ South Main >•?& 

Worrall Joseph, cabinetmkr Ashe Woodwkg Co, bds 60 Blanton £k=< 

Worsley Jessie, c, driver J B Worsley % ig 

" John B, Justice of the Peace and custodian Asheville Banks, 5? &" 

r 16 Vance ^ $ 

"'* Joseph J, wks Ashe Broom Facty, bds 16 Vance p § 

Worthen Bradley S, mgr Worthen's Pharmacy 28 N Main, r 54 *• — , — ' 
Central ave 
" Pharmacy, B S Worthen mgr, 28 N Main 
VVortman Noah, wks Deake's Greenhouse, r Charlotte nr limits WW% 

Wrenn George VV, mechanic Wm M Jones H^M 

Wright Charles W, wks Ashe Cot Mills, bds 7 Green *■ 

Mrs Cordelia E, trained nurse, r 20 Bearden 

Edward, wks Ashe Ice and Coal Co, r 179 Avery, nr Sou ihb 
Ry Sm 

Mrs Edward H, boarding, r 68 College mBB 
Ella, c, r 43 Poplar ^^ 

J A, weaver Ashe Cot Mills, bds 7 Green raQ| 

James H, wks Ashe Cot Mills, bds 7 Green 

Joseph, bds 455 Depot ffE| 

Joseph, c, lab, r 18 Southside ave ■*■■ 

Rog ers' Book Store Is ™i:^Z FIXD 3 

Wright Julius, c, wks Frank O'Donnell, r 141 Poplar 

" Lee, wks coal chute Ashe Ice and Coal Co, r Pearson ave 

" Lillie, weaver Ashe Cot Mills, r 7 Green '~^ J — 

" Louis, c, r 423 Short Bailey *| 

" Miss Lula, domestic E E McDowell, r same 

" Mamie, c, laund 12 N Main, r 116 Cherry 

'' Miss Mary W, trained nurse, bds 9 Flint 

" Mattie, c, cook J N Hood, r same 

" Mollie, c, r rear 278 S Beaumont jeT /"i 

" Nancy, c, r 141 Poplar «. -^ 

" Smith, c, waiter Kenilworth Inn, r same 00 (/» 

" Thomas, wks Sou Ry, r 65 Roberts 75 

" Wm H, wks Ashe Woodwkg Co, r W Asheville J 5 - I 

Wyatt Miss Arizona, r 436 N Main 9 

" David W, r 436 N Main ' Q 

" Samantha, (wid Andy), r 436 N Main g; 

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X-RAYS at full force would not reveal a single spot on work F= 

done at the Model Steam Laundry, Church St. m 



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TRUSTWORTHY SHOES from such 
makers as Z1EGLER. BANISTER, HEY- 
WOOD, PACKARD & EWALD. 

•ftS" One price system. 



IH. Redwood & Co., 

J 7 and 9 PATTON AVENUE. 



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Pharmacist and < li. inist (. Avenue. ) for the Teeth. 
YAR 350 YOU 



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the Model Steam Laundrv, Church St. 



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Yarbrough Taylor, butcher Whitehead & Britt, r W Asheville nr 

hO bridge 

£ Yateman Robert, r 27 Bearden ave 
P" O. " Miss Susie M, teacher Montford Graded School, r 27 Bear- 
^ JZ den ave 

f\ O Yates Jesse J, (Porter & Yates), bds n Flint 

H Yensen Miss Annie M, r 88 Bailey 
|£ York Zell, (wid S I), r 56 Centre 
^■t Young Miss Alice, r 26 Charlotte 

" Adele, spinner Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr same 
(|^5 " Arthur, brickmason, r rear Montford school 

■y^ " Miss Ary, r Avery nr Ashe Cot mills 

C^ " Benny, r Avery nr Ashe Cot mills 

^0* " Charles E, steward Battery Park Hotel, r 5 Flint 

_j " David, c, lab J R Rich & Son 

' Dennis, weaver Ashe Cot mills, r Avery nr same 

' Mrs Donie, r 137 S Beaumont 

' Edgar, r, barber T Oglesby, r 15 McDowell 



CAROLINA COAL CO- 



Office Phone, - 130 

Yard Phone, - 144 

Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

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" Fannie, r, cook Mrs C B Adams, r same 

" Geo, wks West End market, bds 20 Turner 

" George W, bkkpr Mrs L A Johnson, r Swannanoa N C 

" Miss Ida, elk J J Mackey, r 26 Charlotte 

" Jabe T, (G F Scott & Co), r 31 Starnes ave 

" James M, insurance, mem Hose Co A F D, r 27 Spruce 

" Julius D, carp, r 50 Highland 

" Lewis, c, cook Glen Rock, bds 42 Hill 

" Miss Lillie, r Avery nr Cot mills 

" Lillie, c, laund, 1-15 McDowell 

" Miss Lilian, saleswoman Sumner & Co, bds 14 Oakdale ave 

" Lavinia, c, r 40 Short 

" Louis, c, wks Glen Rock hotel 

" Miss Margaret G, r 40 Flint 

" Mary, c, cook L Treadway, 
Young Men's Christian Association, 26 Patton ave 
Young Men's Institute Building, Market S E cor Eagle 

" Miles, c, rms 405 Main 

" Miss Minerva, 317 College 

" Polly, (wid Wm,) r 6 West 



L. A. Farinholl, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARTf PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 21. 



WHITE 6. SMITH, Ph, G„ { 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. 



60 Pat ton) Prescriptions 

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Avenue, j promptly. 



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Young Ray, c, wks Brown Bros' livery stables g £ £T 

Samuel, r, farmer, r 15 McDowell «g ^J 

Mrs S M, laund, r Avery nr Cotton mills °&-» 

Mrs Susan, r 182 Bailey P^fcd 

Thomas B, deputy tax collr, bds 26 Charlotte £»>■" 

Warren, hostler 58 Haywood S5*H 

Wm A, butcher W M Hill & Co, r 36 S Spruce ; 3 55 

Wm A, elk J D Blanton, bds 26 Charlotte . B ^ 

Wm H, painter, r 382 N Main • &GC 

Wm R, r 26 Charlotte >. — <—> 



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plaints are few and far between. Model Steam Laundry. _ ** 
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Zbinden Clement, florist S Main ext, propr Victoria Green- 
house, r S Main ext (See Card) 

Zealy George F, chief elk Sou Ry freight dept, r 45 French Broad 
ave 

Zimmermann Frederick, butcher and dealer in fresh meats 
of all kinds, game in season, steam sausage mfrs, Stall 
H Central Market, tel 4 (See Card) 
" John, c, lab Empire Stables 

Zurberg Henry, barkpr Berkeley bar, bds Hotel Berkeley 



Allen L Melton, 



THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, 

Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and \ A c l, ^^r-J 1 1 ^ T\T O 
vicinity. Frank O'Donnell, Proprietor, j -Malic V lllc, l\ . V^. 



19 N. Main Street, 

7 & 7 x / 2 W. College Street, 



Zageir Benjamin, second-hand clothier 64 S Main, r 23 Central ave 
'' Israel, elk L Blomberg, bds 23 Central ave 
" Mrs L, r 52 Woodfin 

" Miss Lena, r 23 Central ave ^ mm ^ 

" Robert, elk B Zageir, bds 23 Central ave f J 



SHEV1I LE r Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. /*~N 

DVERTISI N C < Control City Street Car Advertising. M 

r\ c Mr* V / Prepare and place Newspaper Advertising 

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Heavy Building and Fire-proof Construction a specialty. 3 

P. O. Box 551. Telephone 134. 



ASHEVILLE, N. C. » 



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OUR SPECIALTY. 

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Special Attention Given to Association Minutes. 



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PRIVATE BOARDING, 



Pleasant location. Terms reasonable. 

MRS. KATIE PULL/ AM, 

15 Vance Street 

- — ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



J. M. SANDERS , 



522 W. HAYWOOD ST. QRQCERIE 

Asheville, IV. O. 

Flowers = = Flowers c 

Of every kind, and in elegant profusion. 

Flowers and Plants in season and out. 
Houses decorated in tasty designs. 

CLEMENT ZBINDEN, 

S. Main and Victoria. 



J. W. CHAPPELL, 

CUSTOM 

BOOT and SHOE MAKER, 

Lasts fitted for afflicted feet. Repairing a specialty. 
All work guaranteed. 
1 Special attention given to ladies' work. 

35 College Street, ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



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Bureau ^ 





32 PATTON AVENUE, 3d FLOOR. 

PHONE 240. 



Any Kind of Help Secured 
Free of Charge. 



THE STATE REPORTER. 



Issued every Saturday, with largest cir- 
culation in town. Is the best advertis- 
ing medium in town. For terms see 
the Editor, 



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■J. TK. E. HHLL, 



TELEPHONE 240. 



32 PATTON AVENUE. 



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DR. L JOE BROUGHTON, 

Rooms 5, 6 and 7, Paragon Building, 

Corner Patton Avenue and Haywood Street. 

BOARDING. 

Mrs. ANNIE O'CONNOR, 
Rates $3.50 and $4.00 Per Week. 

/ -» DEPOT STREET, OPPOSITE FREIGHT DEPOT. 



■*J. S. PVL-L-K7VW 



-DEALEE I£T 



Groceries, Feed and Country Produce. 

TELEPHONE 190. No. 11 PINE STREET. 

W. J. P OSTEL L, 

dealer in "N, 

Confectioneries, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, 

CIGARS, TOBACCOS, GROCERIES AND PRODUCE. 

/- 39 COLLEGE STREET. 

THE I. X. L. GROCERY, 

MICHALOV BROS., Proprietors, 
) DEALERS IN( 

Staple and Fancy Groceries, Feed and Raj, Glassware, Tinware and Notions, 

FRUITS A SPECIALTY. 41 COLLEGE STREET. 

Frhnk S. Poster, 

DEALER IN 

Groceries, Feed and Country Produce. 

206 DEPOT STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



T. la. :£3I-^:e3:e &z co., 

Merchandise Brokers and 

Wholesale Feed Dealers. 

AGENTS FOR LE PANTO CIGARS.— «MMT 

2 N. COURT SQUARE (Second Floor). 



358 Asheville City Directory. 



BROWN & ATKINS, 



-X>E.A.XjEX53 XUT- 



All Kinds of Fresh Meat, 

524 WEST HAYWOOD STREET, 

ASH-ETTTT.T.T!. HO", O- 

A. F. STEVENSON, 

Fancy Carriage and Sign Painting 

A Specialty. All Kinds of Painting Done in 
the Vehicle Line. Satisfaction Warranted. 

323 SOUTH MAIN STREET, 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



W. M. FLACK, 

DEALER IN 

Groceries.Coal and Wood, 



COR. MOUNTAIN AND PINE STREETS, 
AfiTT-mVTT.T.Tn 3sT. Q. 



ISAAC DICKSON, 

DEALER IN 

Groceries! Provisions, 



No. 137 VALLEY STREET, 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



Asheville City Directory. 359 

At MORGAN'S-^ 

^-BOOK STORE 

Visitors and everybody else will find a full line of stylish 
Stationery and latest Books and School Supplies. 

J. N. ilORQAN & CO., Proprietors, 

No. 3 West Court Square. 

L. L. WHITEHEAD. W. E. BRITT. 

WHITEHEAD & BRITT, 

PUTCHERSI 

And Dealers in Fresh Meats of 
all kinds. Game in season. 

Central Market. Phone 216. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 




R.L.OWNBEY. H. O. BRAMAN 

R. L. OWNBEY * CO., 

^^QREEN QRQGERS^^ 

And Dealers in Fruits, Vegetables, Butter, Eggs 

and Poultry. 

Stall No. 9, City Market. Telephone 161. 

)£ ASHEVILLE, N. C. %~ 




F. A. WALTON, 

peer) @po©ep 



And Dealer in Vegetables, Egg*, Fruits and Poultry. 

Stall No. 12, City Market. Telephone 20. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



360 Asheville City Directory. 

W. H. WESTALL, 

DEALER IN 

Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Sash. Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, 

Sash Weights and Cord, Cement, Plaster, Lime, Hair, Architectural 
Iron and Building Material Generally. 

Office and Warehouse— 16 and IS Spruce St. 

Lumber Yard and Warehouse at Freight Depot. 

Mail orders receive prompt attention. Telephone call— Office, 41; Yaid, 39; Res., 258. 

Butcher and Steam Sausage Manufacturer. 

PORK SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY. 

Goods delivered free to any part of the city. Telephone No. 4. 
ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

^H. S. HHSKELL^ 

SODA WATER MANUFACTURER. 

Seltzer and Vichy in Siphons a Specialty. 

All Orders by Phone Promptly Filled. 
Telephone 170. GUDGER, near HAYWOOD. 



STOP! 



Tell Them I am 

Up-to-Date on. 



SHOEING HORSES 



And General Blacksmithing. Work promptly 
executed by experienced workmen 



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11 Walnut Street, .... ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



Asheville City Directory. 



361 



Jo Wo Schartle. 



MERCHANT TAILOR, 



18 Patton Ave, 



ASHEVILLE. N. C, 



J. P. & W. B. STARNES, 

DEALERS IN 

Fresh Garden Vegetables. 

BUTTER. EGGS AND CHICKENS A SPECIALTY. 

Stall 13, City Market, ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

CHAS. L. BROWN, 

Practical * Horseshoer. 




Second to None in the City. 
> Special Shoes Made to Order. 

} 81 S. Main Street, 

— ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Wo Eo Owens & Co., 

Carriage Painters and General Electricians. 
Electrical Work of all kinds. Give us a 
t g Trial. Buggies and Carriages Painted on 

Short Notice by Experienced Workmen. 
Market Street, Opposite Central Market.. 




362 Asheville City Directory. 

T. C. BUTLER & SON, 

(SUCCESSORS TO J. B. SEIGLER) 

Dealers in Groceries, Hay, Grain and Gen- 
eral Merchandise, 
No. 1 Bast Court Square, next to Central Market. 
Telephone 29. 

Growers of Plants and Cut Flowers. 
Roses and Carnations Our Specialties. 

Idleu/ild ploralQompapy 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte Street — Telephone No. 99. 

Store : 44 Patton Avenue — Telephone No. 132. 




W. L. Brown 







All kinds of Sign Work done on short notice. 
Get my figures before giving out work. 

75 S. Main, One Door Below Swanaunoa Hotel, 
ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

H. DOSTER, 

ALL KINDS 

(iroeeries, 5obaeec>5 apd Qj^ars, 

73 Valley Street and 43 Hill Street, 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



WNITF R QMITM PH R (60 Patton) Prescription Department 
If llll C Ui Owllllp Mil Uij 4 }■ complete in everv re- 

( Avenue. J spect. Absolutely private. 



Pharmacist and Chemist. 



Classified Business Directory 

OF 

T7"OIjTJM:E3 I- 1896-97. 



Each business firm is entitled to one Heading. Those appearing 
under more than one have made special contract for same. 



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Abstracts of Titles 

ROBINSON FRANK E, 6 N 
CtSq 

Advertising Agents 
ASHEVILLE ADVERTIS- 
ING AGENCY, J D Plum- 
ner mgr, rm 8 Temple Court 
(see center lines and corner 
cards) 
COLE MISS A M, r 6 3 d floor 
Temple Court (see adv) 

Academic Schools, Etc 

See miscellaneous 



Askev He Faundry & Machine Shop 

J. J. Cole, Proprietor. 

Manufacturers of all Kinds Castings, 
Dealers in New and Second- 
hand Machinery. 
Machinery Repaired on Short Notice. 
8 BUTTRICK STREET. 

Ammunition 

(see hardware) 

Anatomical Shoemakers 

ROBERTS W O, 33 N Main 
(see bottom corner cards) 



Rogers 5 Asheville 



Is the VIEW BOOK 

for the Tourist. 



Agricultural Implements 

(See also Hardware) 

BROWN, NORTHUP & CO, 

33 Patton ave 
Dickerson J E & Co, S Ct Sq 
Ingle F P, 37 N Main 
Penniman Bros & Co, 13 N 

Main 
TERRELL T V, 546 and 548 

W Haywood 

PHONE 9933r- 

Idleuild Floral Company 

For fine Rosebuds and Cut Flowers and 
Bedding Plants. 

Store 44 Patton Ave. 

Greenhouses : CHARLOTTE ST. 
Phone 132. 



Annunciators 
OWEN & CO, 2 Market (see 
adv) 

Architects 

BEAVER & EVANS, n 
Church (see right side mar- 
gins) 
Harding Milton, r 102 Park ave 
MELTOxN ALLEN L, offices 
11 and 12 Sondley bldg (see 
adv) 
SMITH R S, 10, 11 and 12 
Paragon bldg, tel 283 (see 
left center line) 
TENNENT J A, 2S Ct Sq 
Wagner J A, 67 Woodfin 
WILLS ARTHUR J, 32 & 34 
Patton ave (see center lines) 



H. Redwood & Co,, 



7 and 9 PATTON AVENUE. 

A choice stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, 
Shoes, Hats, etc., at fixed and 
reasonable prices. 
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Pharmacist and Chemist. ( Avenue. ) 



60 Patton) Tooth Powders, Tooth 
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Avenue. \ for the Teeth. 



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PiiiyHFRS'ftHIH I SUPPLIES. 

Market Street. 

Artists 
Draughan Miss E A, in Mer- 

rimon ave 
Hill Mrs Fannie, 197 Bailey 
Lee Mrs Mattie,Dickerson bldg 
Miller O A, 6 and 7 Maxwelton 

bldg 

Artists' Materials 

JONES A V & CO, 54 Patton 

ave (see adv) 
MORGAN J N & CO, N W Ct 

Sq (see adv) 
ROGERS' BOOK STORE, 22 

S Main (see center lines) 



National Bank of Asheville, 

Barnard bldg 
WESTERN CAROLINA 

BANK, W Ct Sq 

Barbers 

Connelley W T, c, 507 W Hay- 
wood 
Greenleaf B, c, 33 South Main. 

(basement) 
Hamilton T C, c, 3 Eagle 
Jones Fred, 100 Patton ave 
Logan Thomas, c, 41 N Main 
Longbottom Robert, 14 Patton 

ave 
MARTIN'S BARBER SHOP, 

W H Martin, c, prop, 4 N 

Ct Sq 
Moore C C, W Haywood near 

old Depot 
Oak Hall Barber Shop, 1 Patton 

ave 



; CAROLINA COAL CO. 



Office Phone, - 130 

Yard Phone, - 144 

Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



Auctioneers 

COFFIN E, 31 Haywood (see 

card) 
TURNER Wm (Bonded), 12 

N Ct Sq 

Bakeries 

FRENCH BAKERY, 51 Col- 
lege (see card) 

Helton's, 26 S Main 

Vienna, 18 N Ct Sq, C C Paul 
prop 

Bands and Orchestras 

Asheville Orchestra, C N Web- 
ster mgr 

Banks 

BATTERY PARK BANK, 15 

Patton ave (see back paster) 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 

S E Ct Sq 



Moss Lawson, c, 70 Southside 

ave 
Parks S E, n N Ct Sq (basemt) 

Belting 

ASHEVILLE SUPPLY AND 
FOUNDRY CO, Market near 
Eagle (see corner cards) 

Bicycles 

Asheville Cycle Co, 50 Patton 

ave 
Girdwood N W, 20 Church 
McCoy E W & Co, 16 Church 
SAWYER E C, 47 Patton ave 



J. C. McPherson. 



T. G. Clark. 



McPherson & Clark, 

Slate and Tin Roofing. Galvan- 
ized Iron Work, Hot-j\ir 
Purnaeos. 
45 College Street. Phone 133. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 
Office 49 Patton Avenue. Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6., j 

Pliai inacisl and Chemist. (. 



60 Pat ton 1 
Avenue, j 



Prescriptions 

delivered 

promptly. 



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Bill Posters and Distribu- 
tors. 

ASHEVILLE ADVERTIS- 
ING AGENCY, J D Plum- 

ner mgr, room 8 Temple Ct, 
(see center lines and corner 
cards) 

Billiards and Pool. 

Asheville Hotel Billiard Parlor, 
S Main 

BONANZA NEW BILLIARD 
AND POOL PARLOR, S 
Main 

HOTEL BERKELEY BIL- 
LIARD PARLOR, Hotel 
Berkeley 

LANGE J J, 17 College cor 
Lexington ave (see right cor- 
ner cards) 



Sign id Card Tacking 

Tin Signs and Cards Tacked by Relia- 
ble Men, at Points where they 
Attract Attention. 

ASHEVILLE ADVERTISING AGENCY 

(Licensed ) 

P. O. Box 17. ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Swink J C, 25 Willow 
WALLACE J C, 153 Market 
(see card) 

Boarding Houses. 

ALDINE (The), 53 Spruce 
Allen House (The), 179 S Main 
Alsbrook Mrs EC, 156 Chestnut 
Arverne (The), 45 French Broad 

ave 
Anderson Mrs L M, 485 Depot 



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DVERTISINC \ Control City Street Car Advertising. 
J>CMI^V I P re P areau( * place Newspaper Advertising 

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Blacksmiths. 

(see also Horseshoers) 

BURNETT B, W College 
Hatch W N, Market 
JUSTICE W D, W College (see 

card) 
Lyerly W R, W Haywood near 

Smith's bridge 
Mosely S P, 12 Lexington ave 
REESE C A, r, 7 Walnut (sec 

card) 

REAL ESTATE .. . 

Established 1881. 

WflliTER B. GWYN, 
Attorney at Law. Notary Public. 

Refers to Banks and Leading Business Men 
of Asheville. Drhumor Block, Cor. 
Patton Ave. and Church Street. 

Asheville, N. C. 



Barker Mrs T E, 15 Starnes ave 
Basler Mrs A T, 40 French 

Broad ave 
Bealle C E, 55 College 
BONAIR (THE), G'L McDon- 
ald propr, 74 Bailey (see card) 
Bowles Mrs R E, 268 College 
BRANCH MRS T W, 14 

Starnes ave (see card) 
Breese Mrs E H, 103 Montford 

ave 
BREXTON (THE), n Starnes 

ave (see card) 
Brown Mrs R V, 13 Starnes ave 
Caldwell W K, 201 Park ave 
Claverie Mrs B, 62 Merrimon 

ave 
Clifton Mrs Emma, 6 Marjorie 
Cole Mrs Lucetta V, 23 Penland 
Comstock Miss A E, Victoria 
Davis Mrs M J, 67 N Main 



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THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, 

Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and 1 
vicinity. Fkank O'Donnell, Proprietor, j 



19 N. Main Street, 

7 & iy 2 W. College Street, 

Asheville, N. C. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.. 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



j 60 Patton 
[ Avenue. 



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Have your Horse Shod 



J. C. WALLACE, 



THE PRACTICAL 
HORSESHOER._ 



153 Ivistxlret Street. 



Dawson Mrs Emily, Sunset 

Drive 
Doughty Miss C A, Hillside 

Cottage, Sunset Drive 
DRAKE MRS LEAH I, 48 

Spruce (see card) 
Elmore Mrs Lula, 55 Spring 
EVERETT HOUSE (THE) 

122 Patton ave (see card) 
FREEMAN MRS L E, 64^ S 

Main (see card) 
Grant Mrs L S, 99 College 
Gooch Mrs Mary, 146 Roberts 



Martin Miss E V, 167 N Main 
Mitchell Mrs Carrie, 41 Spruce 
Mitchell S W, 53 W College 
Moore Wm L, 58 N Main 
Mountain Cottage 
Neville R O, 46 & 48 S Main 
Oak Grove, Mrs C E Templeton, 

102 Park ave 
O'CONNOR MRS MARY, 455 

Depot (see card) 
Owens Mrs L J, 234 N Main 
Ownbey P A, 74 Grove 
Piatt Mrs C M, n e cor College 

and Vance 
Polley Mrs H E, 82 Chestnut 
PULLIAM MRS K F,i5 Vance 

(See card) 
RAY MRS H B, 19 S Main, 

( See left bot cor cards) 
Rickman Mrs Mattie, 339 S 

Main 



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A M Fine Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Yeal, Pork 
jv. Lll Game in season 



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Phone 66. 



GRAVES MRS M R, 99 Hay- 
wood (see card) 
Hamlet Mrs Theodosia, 71 N 

Main 
Haynes Miss Anna Y, 54 Clay- 
ton 
Hood Mrs Mattie M, 115 Hay- 
wood 
Joyner Mrs Jennie, 12 N Ct Sq 
Justice Mrs G W, 6 S Spruce 
Justice G W, 42 Bailey 
Koppelberger Mrs C, 31 Grove 
LaBarbe Mrs M A, 158 Chest- 
nut 
LEE MRS J A, 26 Flint (see 

card) 
Lowell Mrs H N, 77 Charlotte 
McCarty Mrs C C, 24 Bailey 
McGuinn W N,52 7 W Haywood 
Margo Terrace, French Broad 
ave s w cor Haywood 



RAMOTH, Mrs A C Ray prop 

ii miles from Asheville, N, 

Woolsey (See card) 
Ryan Mrs Lizzie, 28 Eagle 

Terrace 
Satterthwait C E, Villa Roy, 

Sunset Drive 
Schirmeister Mrs Marie, Sunset 

Drive 
Sorrell Mrs F McD, 88 N Main 
Stephens G W, 59 to 63 N Main 
TERRY MRS S, 161 N Main 

(See card) 



hiding 

SHOorrAG 



BOOTS 



And all Kinds of Strictly First-Class Foot 
Wear made to Order. SPECIAL LASTS 
FITTED for each customer. 

BflBEBSTS Anatomical . 
HIIBEJf I HShoemaker 

33 N. Main St., Asheville, N. C. 



nm PIANOS and ORGANS a ' wwso ° h *'""'° ds 



line of 



on easy installments, at 
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



A full line of 
Snaps, Spongi 8 
and Perfumery 

always unhand 



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TURNER WM, 57 Church 
Vader Mrs C E, 38 Penland 
VANGILDER MRSELVA A, 

73 College (See card) 
Vaughan Miss Emma, Forrest 

Hill, Victoria 
West H, 79 N Main 
Wilburn Mrs Annie E, 202 

Park ave 
Woodson Mrs H D, 159 Bailey 
Wright Mrs E H, 88 College 

Books and Stationery 

JONES A V & CO, 54 Patton 
ave (See adv) 

MORGAN J N & CO, 3 W Ct 
Sq (See adv) 

RAY C F, 8 N Ct Sq (See bot- 
tom corner cards) 

ROGER'S BOOK STORE, 22 
S Main (See center lines) 



^Real Estate^ 



Y and Renting- \ 

\} W. N. R O U N D Y , <j 
L> 54 Patton Ave. (Opp. Postofflee.) Tel. 100.J 

Glenn Bros, 42 N Main 
INGLE FP, 37 N Main 
LEVY M, 30 Patton ave (See 

fly "A") 
Mears G A & Sons, 29 S Main 
MITCHELL F E, (Men's Out- 
fitters) (See back cover) 
MOORE M VAN, (Men's Out- 
fitter) (See back cover) 
REDWOOD H & CO, 7 and 
9 Patton ave (See bottom 
margins) 
Spangenberg J, 4 N Ct Sq 



RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 



Thirty old, reliable 

stock companies. 



Insurance. 



Johnstou Building, 13 Court 

Square, Asheville, N. C. 



Bone Meal Mills 

Ashe Bone Meal Mills, 8 But- 
trick 

Boots and Shoes 

BALTIMORE CLOTHING & 
SHOE STORE THE, 10-12 
Patton ave (See bottom end) 

BAZAAR THE, 43 Patton ave 

Blanton JD& CO, 39 Patton 
ave 

FREIDENBERG H & CO, 26 
N Main (See adv) 

New Home and White 
Sewing" Machines ^ 



Sold on Installments or for 
Cash, also Rented 

C. E. MOODY, 

20 H. Court Square. Phone 1-1. 



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Stoner John M, 30 S Main 
TERRELL T V, 546 and 548 

W Haywood 
Treadway J R & Co, 172 

Roberts 

Boot and Shoe (Makers) 

Bennett C E, 313 W Haywood 
CHAPPELL J W, 35 College 

(See adv) 
Grant W B, rear 449 Depot 
Harris J T, 54^ Patton ave 

E. L. HUNT, 

PRACTICAL SHOEMAKER. 

Lasts fitted for any feet. 
Repairing a specialty. Give me a trial. 

348 Haywood. 

Hyndman T L, 29 Patton ave 00 



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vets, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Corsets, Embroideries, Laces, etc. 

H. REDWOOD & CO., 7 and 9 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



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Fish, Game & Poultry 



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Norvell T W, 30 Patton ave 
ROBERTS W O, 33 N Main 

(see bottom corner cards) 
Shuford F A, 306 N Main 
Snyder F M, 4 N Ct Sq 
Turner Edward, c, 50 N Main 
White H, c, 5 Lexington ave 

Brokers (Commission) 

Treadway & Collins, 15 and 17 
Temple Court 



Broom Manufacturers 

Asheville Broom Factory, (Por- 
ter & Yates proprs), 65 N 
Main 

JONES WM M, W Haywood 
near Smith's Bridge (See adv) 

Building Material 

WESTALL W H, 16 and 18 S 

Spruce (See adv) 

Butchers 

Baker H D & Son, Stall F Cen- 
tral Market 

Hampton & Ledford, Stall G, 
Central Market 

HILL Win M & CO, Stall C, 
Central Market, tel 66 (See 
center lines) 

Hughes D H, cor Buxton and 
Green 




Candies 



A big stock Fruits. Candies, Stationery, 
Cigars and Tobacco, at 
ALLEN'S Fruit and Cigar Store, 

opposite Post-*, tiice. 



Brokers (Loan) 

[See also real estate] 
COFFIN E, 31 Haywood 

Brokers (Mdse) 

HARE J R & CO, 2 N Ct Sq 

(2d floor) 
Smith S O & Co, 8 Lexington 

Brokers (Pawn) 

Collateral Loan office, 46 South 
Main 

Brokers (Real Estate) 

[See Real Estate] 

Brick Manufacturers 

BUNCOMBE BRICK CO, 20 

Church (See fly "A") 
HILDEBRAND D S, Hillside 

nr Charlotte (See adv) 



McFEE & JONES, Stall D, 

Central Market, lei 127 (See 

side lines) 
Pearson H P, c, Stall E Central 

Market, tel 195 (See corner 

cards) 
Wernwag A, Stall I Central 

Market, tel 259 
WHITEHEAD & BRITT, 

Stall B Central Market (See 

card) 
WOLFE JAMES MEAT CO, 

Stall A Central Market 



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mps. H. B. RAY, 

19 South Main Street. 



HMeasant location; on Car line, 
. . . Germs Treasonable . . . 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUMHtY, 

Telephone 95. 43 WEST COLLEGE STREET. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.,1 

Pharmacist and < hemist. (. 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



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ZIMMERMANN F, Stall H 
Central Market, tel 4 (See 
card) 

Carpets and Mattings 

JOHNSON MRS L A, 32 S 

Main (See card) 
SAWYER T P, 47 Patton ave 
5TONFR JOHN M, 30 S Main 
WILLIAMSON W B & CO, 16 

Patton ave (See cover) 

Carriage Materials 

BROWN, NORTHUP & CO, 

33 Patton ave 

Carriage and Wagon 
Makers 

(See Blksmiths & Wheelwrights) 
ASHEVILLE SUPPLY AND 
FOUNDRY CO, Market nr 
Eagle (See cor cards) 



1. 1. LANCE'S 



New Saloon 

and Billiard Parlor. 



17 W. College 



China, Crockery and 
Queensware 

Crystal Palace The, 51 Patton 

ave 
INGLE F P, 37 N Main 
HAMRICK & BRO, 62 Char- 
lotte (See card) 
LAW J H, 35 Patton ave 
LEE NEIL, 27 N Main 
Noblett M C, 169 S Main 
TERRELL T V, 546 & 548 W 
Haywood 



WAfJNFP & WITT^l BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. 
Tf 1U 11 III IX iV Tf lUJUkS, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville. N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
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EVERHART P E, 26 College 
(See card) 

Carriages, "Wagons and 
Buggies 

CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, 
43 W College 

Carriage Painting 

(See Painters) 

Churches 

(See Miscellaneous) 

J. C. RUMBOUGH, 

Real Estate, Rentfng and Loans, 

PARAGON BUILDING, 
Cor. Patton Ave. and Haywood. 



Cigar Manufacturers 

Asheville Cigar Co, (Porter & 

Yates), 67 N Main 
Evans C, 8 Buttrick 
TRIFIELD A, 38 S Main (See 

card) 

Cigars and Tobacco 

(Also see Grocers) 
ACME WINE & LIQUOR 

HOUSE, THE, 58 S Main 

(See front paster) 
ALLEN W E, 54 Patton ave 

(See center lines) 
Andy's Place, 50 S Main 
BERKELEY CIGAR STORE, 

23 Patton ave 
Blomberg L, 17 Patton ave 
BONANZA (THE) WINE & 

LIQUOR CO, 43 S Main 

(See page adv) 



The 



When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER and BRANDIES, call at 

19 North Main Street, 

7 and 7V2 West College Street, 
'I FRANK O'DONNELL, Propr. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. 



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BOSTON SALOON THE, 39 
S Main 

CARMICHAEL W C, 20 S 
Main 

CLUB SALOON THE, 53 S 
Main (See backbone) 

DICKSON ISAAC, c, 137 Val- 
ley (See card) 

FULLAM J S, 11 Pine (See 
card) 

HAMRICK & BRO, 62 Char- 
lotte (See card) 

Heston J M & Sons, 26 S Main 



Cleaning and Repairing 

(See Dyers and Scourers) 
ASHEVILLE DYE WORKS, 

S Ct Sq nr Central Market 
(See left side margins) 
SCOTT H T, c, 49 College (See 
right side margins) 

Clothing 

BALTIMORE CLOTHING &. 
SHOE STORE, THE, 10 & 
12 Patton ave 
Finestein S, 22 N Main 
FREIDENBURG H & CO, 26 

N Main 
Glaser & Silber, 34 S Main 
INGLE F P, 37 N Main 
Mears G A & Sons, 33 S Main 
MEN'S OUTFITTER, 19 Pat- 
ton ave (see back cover) 



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PARAGON BUILDING. Eight vears with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt, 
ent Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



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LANGE J J, 17 W College 
POSTELL W J, 39 College 

(See card) 
O'DONNELL F, 19 N Main 

(See bottom lines) 
O'Donnell John, 39 S Main 
RAY C F, 8 N Ct Sq (See cor 

cards) 
RAYSOR C A, 31 Patton ave 

(See adv) 
SMITH WHITE G, 60 Patton 

ave (See top margins) 
TERRELL T V, 546 & 548 W 

Haywood 

Civil Engineers 

Bennett C W, 32 Buttrick 
Hamlet A A, 71 N Main 
Lee B M, City Hall 
Patton B F, 279 College 
Thompson W M, Paragon bldg 



Mourer Miver, 26^ N Main 

Morgan & Alexander, Drhum- 
or bldg 

REDWOOD H & CO, 7 and 9 
Patton ave (see bottom mar- 
gins) 

TERRELL T V, 546 and 548 
W Haywood 

Zagier B, 64 S Main 

WHITLOCK CLO THING 
HOUSE (The), Patton ave 
(see adv) 



Save Money! 

Fine Cigars, Tobaccos 
and Pipes, at 

REDUCED PRICES. 



Ray's Cut-Rate Book Store, 

W W. Court ^Qtiare. 



^^^^'oVrof^kkT^sUT^'butFALK'S MUSIC HOUSE 

Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.,{ 0OPan 'l 

Pharmacist ami Chemist. (. Aveuue. J 



Pocket Books, 
Card Cases. 
A full line of 
Leather Goods. 



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Clubs 

(see miscellaneous) 

Coal Dealers 

Buncombe Coal Co, 8 Lexing- 
ton 

ASHEVILLE ICE & COAL 
CO, 32-34 Patton ave (see 
front cover) 

CAROLINA COAL CO, 23 
Patton ave (see center lines) 

MOODY C E, 20 n Ct Sq, (see 
adv) 

Woodbury J F, 1 Market 

Colleges and Schools 

(see miscellaneous) 

Commission Merchants 

(see produce dealers) 



Ashev lie Foundry & Midline Shop 

J. J. Cole, Proprietor. 

Manufacturers of all Kinds Castings, 
Dealers in Neiv and Second- 
hand Machinery. 
Machinerv Repaired on Short Notice. 
8 BUTTRICK STREET. 

Mercer & Miller, cor Patton ave 

and Grove 
Miller & Sorrels, Depot near 

Sou depot 
Mitchell W A, n e cor Ct Sq 
POSTELL W J, 39 College 
RAY C F, 8 n Ct Sq 
RAYSOR C A, 31 Patton ave 

(see front cover and card) 
FULLAM J S, 11 Pine (see 

card) 
Heston J M & Sons, 26 S Main 



Visitors 
should 
call at 



Rogers' Book Store 



For BOOKS, 

STATIONERY and 
SOUVENIRS. 



Commissioned Railroad 
and Steamship Agt 

C F RAY, 8 n Ct Sq 

Confectioneries 

ALLEN W E, 34 Patton ave 
(see center lines and adv) 

California Fruit Store, 6 Patton 
ave 

Cook J T, 20 N Main 

Drake & Meadows, 24^ N 
Main 



Idlewild Floral Co. 

Will Furnish Cut Flowers in Taste- 
ful ami Beautiful l>« » un» 



ftTOR V 44 PATTON AVENUE. 
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GREENHOUSES : &S». 8t - 



HINITSH & REAGAN, agts 
for Huyler's candies 44 Patton 
ave 

Confectioneries (Whlsale) 

ALLEN W E, 34 Patton ave 
(see center lines and page) 

Contractors & Builders 

Dawson Rufus, Sunset Drive 
Joyner J E,'nr Sulphur Springs, 

P O Inanda N C 
Leonard C B, 130 S Main 
REVELL O D, 3d floor 4 

Temple Ct 
Sams Jack D, 184 Avery 
TENNENT J A, 2 s Ct Sq 
WAGNER & WILLS, 32-34 

Patton ave (see center lines) 
WESTALL J M, tel 196, 201 

Merrimon ave (see adv) 



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Goods, Clothing, Wraps, Dry > 
Goods, Shoes, etc J 



H. REDWOOD & CO., 

ONE PRICE STORE. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G., 

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Asheville Supply and Foundry Co., 

Carriage and Wagon 
Supplies, . . 

AND REPAIRINC <C> 

Harkrt Sir^ol. 

Contractors (Wall Paper 
and Painting) 

FITZPATRICK T W, 33 N 
Main (see adv) 

MAY & MILLER, cor Hay- 
wood and W College opp P O 
(see rt side lines) 

Dentists 
BOOKHARTTW, 27 Patton 

ave 
BROUGHTON L JOE, 5, 6 

and 7 Paragon bldg,(see card) 



WESTALL W H, 16-18 S 
Spruce (see card) 

Diamonds 

(see Jewelers) 

Dressmakers 

Arm field Mrs, 62 Hill 

Bean Mrs Cynthia M, 199 

Bailey 
Bradford Mrs M S, 14 Central 

ave 
Browne Miss L M, 6 and 7 

Sondley bldg 
Brooks Mrs Jennie, 199 Bailey 
C\LKRELL MRS A V, 17^ 

Patton ave (see card) 
Cole Mrs A A, 17 N Main (2d 

floor) 
Fuller Mrs L F, 249 Grove 
Gideon Mrs N J, 37 East 



CAROLINA COAL CO. 



Ofiice Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



Foreman J W, Paragon bldg 
HAWTHORNE J E, 34 Patton 

ave 
Lieberman F G, Drhumor bldg 
RAMSAY J F, Barnard bldg 

cor Patton ave and w Ct Sq 
Reeves R H, Drhumor bldg 
Roberts G O, 6o Patton ave 
SMATHERS WEXLER, 12 

and 13 2d floor Maxwelton 

(see card) 
Ware A B, College nr E College 

Detective (Private) 

Deaxer W H, 12 n Ct Sq 

Doors, Sash & Blinds 

CAROLINA WOODWORK- 
ING CO, S Side ave 

JONES WM M, W Haywood 
nr Smith Bridge (see card) 



Jacobs Mrs S R, 9 and 14 2d 
floor Maxwellton 

Joyner Mrs Jennie, 12 N Ct Sq 

Justice Misses B S & L, r cor N 
Main and Woodfin 

Justice Mrs G W, 6 S Spruce 

McCorkle Mrs Martha, 398 
Bailey 

Powers Miss Alice, 352 Hay- 
wood 

Read Miss Helen S, 7 Starnes 
ave 

Sanford Mrs S R, r 32 Bailey 



J. C. McPherson. 



T. G. Clark. 



Mcpherson & clark, 

STOVES AND TINWARE, HOUSE- 
FURNISHING GOODS. 

45 College St ., - ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
PHONE 133. 



L A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G.J 00Patton lp.v c f 1 

'1 AvpniiP (fumes, Extracts 
I Avenue. J and Soaps. 



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Wainscott Mrs Laura, 28 David- 
son 
Williams Miss Lilly, 199 Bailey 
Woods Louisa L, 36 S Spruce 
Young Mrs Eva, 182 Bailey 

Druggists 

RETAIL 

Asheville Drug Co, E Ct Sqand 

College 
BATTERY PARK PHAR- 
MACY, Paragon bldg opp 

P O (see card) 
CARMICHAEL W C, 20 S 

Main 
GRANT'S PHARMACY, 24 

S Main 
HEINITSH & REAGAN, 42 

Patton ave 
INSTITUTE PHARMACY 

(The), Market s e cor Eagle 



Street Gar Aflratisii 

... In all the CARS 

In Asheville. . .-nr 

Is Controlled by the 
■^shcuille T^duertising TLgencjf, 

1 Licensed I 

P. O. Box 17. ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Druggists 

WHOLESALE 

SMITH DRTC, 13 S Main 

Dry Goods and Notions 

BALTIMORE CLOTHING 

HOUSE (The), 10 and 12 

Patton ave 

BAZAAR (The), 43 Patton ave 

BON MARCHE, S Lipinsky 

prop, 15 S Main (see adv) 



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RAYSOR C A, 31 Patton ave 

(see front cover) 
SMITH WHITE G, 60 Patton 

ave (see top margins) 
SMITH T C, 13 S Main and 

272 Patton ave 
PELHAM'S PHARMACY, 24 

Patton ave 
Worthen's Pharmacy, 28 North 

Main 



WALTER B. QWYN, 

Attorney at L&iw s 

No. 9 DRHUMOR BLOCK, 
Cor. Patton Ave. & Church St. 

Refers to Banks and Leading Busi- 
. . . ness Men of Asheville . . . 



CH ED ESTER S H, 22 Patton 

ave 
INGLE F P, 37 N Main 
Ingle J B & Co, 27 N Main 
JoynerMrs C L, 173 Roberts 
"McDowell & Johnson, 420 S 

Main 
Mears G A & Sons, 33 S Main 
PALAIS ROYAL, 28 S Main 

(see adv) 
REDWOOD H & CO, 7 and 9 

Patton ave (see bottom 

margins) 
Seymon T, 17 N Main 
RACKET STORE (The), 30 S 

Main 
Sumner & Co, 40 and 42 Patton 

TERRELL T V, 546 and 548 
W Haywood 



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ig North Main Street 
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Supplv seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with theii BEER. WlNt, 
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All Kinds of 
■ii Carriage Work Done 

Promptly by ... . 

J. C. WALLACE, 

1 3 3 1^1 arket Street. 

Dyers, Cleaners and 
Scourers 

ASHEVILLE STEAM DYE 
WORKS, A R Leatherwood 

prop, S Ct Sq near Market 
(see side lines) 
SCOTT H T, 49 College (see 
right side lines) 

Electric Bell Supplies 

McPherson & Clark, 45 College 
(see corner cards) 



PALAIS ROYAL (The), 28 S 

Main (see adv) 
South Kensington Art School 

(The), 18 Church 

Engravers 

COLE MISS A M, rra 6 (3d 

floor) Temple Court (see adv) 
COWAN PL, 34 S Main (see 

side lines) 
COSBY B H, 25 Patton ave, 

(see back cover) 
FIELD A M, Drhumor bldg,' 

(see back cover) 
Kienle A, Patton ave, Temple 

Court bldg 

Engines and Boilerworks 

[see foundries] 



W. M. HILL & CO., 



PHONE 66. 



{Steam Sausage Factory. 
Clean and Wholesome. 
Sausage, Bolognas and Puddings. 



Electric Light Companies 

Asheville St Ry Co, N Ct Sq 
West Asheville Improvement 
Co, N Ct Sq 

Embalmers 

(also see undertakers) 

BROWN J V & SON, Patton 
ave (over Blair's Furnt Store) 

Jesse R Starnes Undertaking 
Co (The), N Main 

McConnell J H, 33 N Main (2d 
floor) 

RIVERSIDE UNDERTAK- 
ING CO, 37 S Main 

Embroidery 

BON MARCHE, 15 S Main 

(see adv) 
JONES A V & CO, 54 Patton 
ave (see adv) 



Express Companies 
SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO, 

S Main 

Fancy Goods and Small 

Wares 
BON MARCHE, 15 S Main, 

(see adv) 
REDWOOD H & CO, 7 and 9 
Patton ave 

Feed, Hay and Grain 

[see grocers] 

Comfort in the Shoe ! 

Is not governed by the style of the toe, 
but by the lines of the last conform- 
ing to those of the foot. You can 
have the style of toe to suit your 
taste if you have the last fitted by 

IMBFDTO ^^ t atoa/zcaz, 

nUDLFflH SHOEMAKER. 

33 N. Main Street. 



Strings, even the best, will break in 
course of time. The freshest, clean- 
est and best stock always at 



[Falk's Music House, 

J 4s Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G. 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



j 60 Patton 
( Avenue. 



Every purchase deliv- 
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Feed and Sale Stables 

[see livery] 

Fertilizers 

Morrison T S & Co, 39 N Main 
ASHEVILLE BONE MEAL 
MILLS, 8 Buttrick St 

Florists 

[also see nurseries] 

IDLEWILD FLORAL CO, 

store Patton ave cor Church, 

green house Charlotte St, (see 

bot cor cards) 

Brownhurst Green House, Oak 

bet College and Woodfin 
VICTORIA GREEN HOUSE, 
Clement Zbinden prop, S 
Main extd, (see card) 



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L^> and Renting. <<| Hj* 



W. N. R OUNDY, <j| 
54 Patton Ave. (Opp. Postofliee.) Tel. 190 



Fruits (Retail) 

ALLEN W E, 54 Patton ave, 

(see center lines) 
Betterton & Co, 60 S Main 
Cook J T, 20 N Main 
OWNBEY R L & CO, stall 9 

Central Mkt, E Ct Sq, (see 

card) 
Swepson P J, c, stall 4 Central 

Market 
Wexler Ebram, 14 Patton ave 
WALTON F A, stall 12 Central 

Mkt, E Ct Sq (See card) 



RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Tncntmnna Johnston Building, 13 Court 
Illb Ui cUlOe. Square, AsheviUe, N. C. 



Thirty old, reliable 

stock companies. 



Flour Mills 

ASHEVILLE MILLING CO, 
(see Asheville Ice &Coal Co), 
32 Patton ave 

Foundries 

(also see machinery) 
ASHEVILLE SUPPLY & 
FOUNDRY CO, Market nr 
Eagle, (see top cor cards) 
ASHEVILLE FOUNDRY & 
MACHINE SHOP, 8 But- 
trick, (see top cor cards) 

MRS. C. E. MOODY, 

(HIMS COVE. 
Office : 20 North Court Square. 

Selected Eggs for Invalids. Fine 
Poultry for Table. Choice Honey. 
Fine Strawberries and other Choice 
Products. 



Fruits (Wholesale) 

ALLEN W E, 5a Patton ave, 

(see center lines) 
Betterton & Co, 60 S Main 

Furnished Rooms 
(see boarding houses) 

Furniture 

BLAIR W A, 45 Patton ave, 

(see side lines) 
DALEY FURNITURE CO, 55 

S Main 
JOHNSON MRS L A, 32 S 

Main, tel 166, (see adv) 
WILLIAMSON W B & CO, 16 

Patton ave, (see cover) 

Furniture ( Second-Hand) 

Lacy J M, 32 N Main 
LEE NEIL, 27 N Main 



flnp Prirp ^fnrp H - REDWOOD & CO 

UliU I I lUU OIUI C I Clothing, Dry Goods, Small 



Nos. 7 &9 
1 Patton Ave. 

Wares, 
Fancy Goods, Shoes and Hats. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. i 



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vof Drugs and Chemicals 
Avenue. J used in Prescriptions. 



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H. P. PEARSON, 

For all kinds Fresh Meat. 

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Galvanized Iron Works 

Mcpherson & clark, 45 

College, (see left bot cor card) 

Game, Fish and Oysters 

(see also meat market) 
Carter R L, stall 17 Central 

Market 
HILL W M & Co, stall C Cen- 
tral Market, tel 66, (see cen- 
tral lines) 
Ives Geo N & Son, stall 18 Cen- 
tral Mkt, tel 216 



Gent's Furnishing Goods 

BALTIMORE CLOTHING & 

SHOE STORE, THE, 10 & 

12 Patton ave 
BON MARCHE, 15 S Main, 

(see adv) 
FREIDENBERG H & CO, 26 

N Main, (see card) 
Ingle F P, 37 N Main 
MEN'S OUTFITTER, M Van 

Moore prop, 19 Patton ave, 

(see back cover) 
MITCHELL F E, 28 Patton 

ave (see back cover) 
Morgan & Alexander, Drhumor 

bldg 
PALAIS ROYAL, 28 S Main 

(see card) 
Stoner John M, 30 S Main 



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VfllO 6S3 6 Pipes, etc. at 

_ ,,w,wvu,u ALLEN'S FRUIT AND CIGAR STORE, opposite P. 0. 

McFEE & JONES, stall D Cen- 
tral Market, tel 127, (see side 

lines) 
MILLER J F & SON, stalls 14 

and 15 Central Mkt, tel 237, 

(see card) 
PEARSON H P, c, stall E 

Central Market, tel 195 
Wallace C S, stall 8 Central 

Market 
ZIMMERMANN F, stall H 

Central Mkt, tel 4, (see card) 



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Gas Light Companies 

Asheville Street Ry Co, office 8 

NCt Sq 

Gas and Steam Fitting 
and Fixtures 

Mcpherson & clark, 45 

College, (see cor cards) 



WHITLOCK CLOTHING 
HOUSE, 41 Patton ave (see 
back face and page adv) 

Grain Dealers. 

(see grocers) 

Grocers 

GREEN 

Bruton D W, Stall 20 Central 

Market 
Evans S G, c, Stall 5 Central 

Market 

Private Hoarding 

mps. H- B- SAY, 

19 South Main Street. 



Pleasant Xocatton; on Car Xlne, 
. . . Gevms "Reasonable . . . 



RING UP TELEPHONE 95. 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

43 "WEST COLLEGE STREET. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G„ 

Pharmacist and Chemist. 



GO Patton)FINE CIGARS, 

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Avenue. J always on hand. 



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Jackson B J, c, Stall i Central 

Market 
Lynch S S, Stall 2 Central 

'Market 
OWN BEY R L & CO, Stall 9 

Central Market E Ct Sq (see 

adv) 
Randall J C, c, Stalls 21-24 

Central Market 
Seigler J B, Stall 19 Central 

Market 
STARNES J P & W B, Central 

Market, Stall 13 (see adv) 
Steele J M, Stall 6 Central Mkt 
SWEPSON P J, c, Stall 4 Cen- 
tral Market 
WALTON F A, Stall 12 Central 

Market E Ct Sq (see adv) 
White Charles M, Stall 22 

Central Market 



J. J. LANGE, . . . 

. . . New Saloon, 

BILLIARD and POOL PARLOR, 

f 17 W. College, cor. Lexington Ave. 
{ Rear Berkeley Hotel. 

BUTLER T C & SON, 1 E Ct 

Sq (see card) 
Collev Henry, r, 1 Mountain 
CHEDESTER S H, 22 Patton 

ave 
Cook A F, 277 N Main 
COOPER AD, 2 N Ct Sq 
Cooper C S, 39 S Main 
Davenport L E, 16 N Main 
Davis AC, 25 N Main 
DICKSON ISAAC, c, 137 

Valley (see card) 



W 4 plirW Cr WIT T ft BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 
Tf AUil JCJMX «V U lJLiJUO, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N.C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
»«- Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 



Grocers 

RETAIL 

Atkin G E, 15 Gay 
Bailey J J, c, 68 McDowell 
Baird Bros, 34 N Main 
Baird & Co, 43 College 
Baird C W & Co, 268 Patton ave 
Berman Lewis, 51 Montford ave 
Boone J N, Pearson's Drive nr 

Gay 
Britt Bros, 17 Silver 



J. C. Rumbough, 

REAL, ESTATE AGENT, 

Paragon Building, 

Patton Avenue, corner Haywood. 



DOSTER HENRY, c, 43 Hill 

and 73 Valley (see card) 
Duckett Bros, 321 Haywood 
Evans S J R, 205 Bailey 
FLACK W M, c, 173 S Pine 
Foster F H, 510 W Haywood 
Foster F M, 276 N Main 
FOSTER F S, 206 Depot (see 
card) 

F. S. FOSTER, 

A Full Line of 



GROCERIES, 

GREEN, STAPLE and FANCY 
206 Depot. 

Foster J S, 216 S Side ave 
FOSTER J W, c, 52 Mountain 
Fricks L T, 529 W Haywood 



THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, ;« 

Distillers' Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul J 
Hoyt's Famous Wines. 



J. K. 



orth Main Street, 
'/2 West College Street, 
Agents for Paul Jones' Ryes, 
FRANK 0'I>OJ*NEL,L,, Proprietor. 



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FULLAM J S, 11 Pine 
Glenn Bros 42 N Main 
Green Gay, 145 Roberts 
Greer G A, 10 N Ct Sq 
HAMRICK & BRO, 62 Char- 
lotte 
Harris Scott J, 163 S Main 
Harrison D W, 60 Wood fin 
Holcombe H W, 196 S Pine 
HolcombeW T,3i8 Short Bailey 
INGLE F P, 37 N Main 
Israel W A, 326 S Main 
Jarett Bros, 317 Haywood 



Redmon S M, 40 East 

Rice C L, Buttrick 

Rice & Morris, 317 Haywood 

Revell T J, 30 N Main 

Roberts & Nichols, 16 N Ct Sq 

SANDERS J M, 522 W Hay- 
wood (See card) 

Simmons G H, 339 Haywood 

Simmonds T. 25 Brick 

Smith Henry, c, 178 S Beau- 
mont 

Smith Stephen, 512 W Hay- 
wood 

Sprouse W J, 331 Bailey 

Stewart & Bvrd, 285 S Main 

Stradley Wm C, 14 N Ct Sq 

Swink J S, 190 S Main 

Talbert HA, 321 Haywood 

TERRELL T V, 546-548 W 
Haywood 

Turner J M, 9 Sorrels 



R, S.SMITH 



PARAGON BUILDING. Eight years with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt. 



ARCHITECT, 

J Six years Resident Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



Jenkins Bros, 45 S Main 
Johnson H C, 38 N Main 
Lance J G & Co, 327 Haywood 
McDowell & Johnson, 420 S 

Main 
MICHALOV BROS, 41 Col- 
lege (see adv) 
Michalov I, cor Valley & Eagle 
Noblitt M C, 169 S Main 
Noland D G, 21 N Main 
Noland M C, 27 S Main 
Ownbey & Son, 7 Montford ave 
Ownbey W N, 19 Merrimon 

ave 
Parker G A, 34 S Main 
Parker Wm L, 171 Roberts 
Penland George S, 45 Spring 
POSTELL WM J, 39 College 

(see adv) 
POWELL & SNIDER, 3 W Ct 
Sq 



Grocers (Wholesale) 

ASHEVILLE MERCANTILE 
CO, Depot n w cor Roberts 

Mustin-Robinson Co, 445 De- 
pot 

POWELL & SNIDER, 3 W Ct 
Sq 

SLADEN FAKES & CO, 
Lexington ave 

Gun and Locksmiths 

Hawn & Weaver, 39 Patton ave 
Mosseler J S, 9 Patton ave 

VIEWS OF BITTM0B.E HOUSE, 

Up-to-Date Authorized Photos. 

WHOLES ALE AND RETAIL 

Ray's Cut-Rate Book Store, 

8 Bf. COURT SQUARE. 



Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio- 
lins, a complete line. One price only 
and that the lowest known, at 



;}Falk's Music House, 

) 4S PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G, SMITH, Ph. G. 

Pharmacist and I'liemist. 



60 Patton 
Aveuue. 



Prescription Department 
complete in every re- 
spect. Absolutely private. 



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Hardware 

BROWN NORTHUP & CO, 

33 Patton ave 
Dickerson J K& Co, S Ct Sq 
Penniman Bros & Co, 13 N 

Main 

Harness and Saddlery 
ALEXANDER J M, 11 N W 

Ct Sq, (See front face) 
CARR1NGTON RC, c, 32 S 

Main 
Hines Mrs S W, 36 N Main 
Shope J B, 57 S Main 

Hats and Caps 

BALTIMORE CLOTHING & 
SHOE STORE (THE), 10 
and 12 Patton ave (See bottom 
end) 

BONMARCHE, 15 S Main 
(see adv) 



Asbv.lle Foundry i Machine Shop 

J. J. Cole, Proprietor. 

Manufacturers of all Kinds Castings, 
Dealers itt Neiv and Second- 
hand Machinery. 
Machinery Repaired on Short Notice. 
8 BUTTRICK STREET. 

TERRELL T V, 546-548 W 
Haywood 

WHITLOCK CLOTHING 
HOUSE, (The) 41 Patton 
ave (see back face and pg ad) 

Horse Shoers 

(see also Blacksmiths) 

BURNETT B, 26 College 
BROWN C L, 81 S Main (see 

adv) 
HATCH W N, Market near Ct 

Sq (see card) 



Rogers' Book Store Is M i 



place to find 
Souvenirs. 



INGLE F P, 37 N Main 
MEN'S OUTFITTER, (M V 

Moore) 19 Patton ave (see 

back cover) 
MEN'S OUTFITTER, (F E 

Mitchell) 28 Patton ave (see 

back cover) 
PALAIS ROYAL, 28 S Main 

(see adv) 
RACKET STORE, 30 S Main 
REDWOOD H & CO, 7-9 

Patton ave (see bottom mar- 
gins) 

Idleuiild Floral Go 



Cut Flowers, Latest Designs, Every 
Variety Put up on Short Notice. 



STORE: 44 Patton Ave. Phone 99. 
GREENHOUSES : Charlotte St. 
Phone 132. 



JUSTICE W D, College (see 

card) 
REESE C A, c, 7 Walnut (see 

card) 
WALLACE J C, 153 Market 

(see corner cards) 

Hotels 

ARCADIA HOTEL, 26^ S 

Main (see card) 
ASHEVILLE, (The) 70-70^ 

S Main 
BATTERY PARK, E P Mc- 

Kissick propr (see cut) 
BERKELEY, P H Branch mgr, 

Patton ave (see cut and card) 
Buck Hotel, i6£ N Main 
KENILWORTH INN, Henry 

Clair propr (see cut) 
Oakland Heights, Victoria (see 

cut) 



TRUSTWORTHY SHOES from such 
makers as ZIEGLER. BANISTER, HEY- 
WOOD, PACKARD & EWALD. 

-83°" One price system. 



}H. Redwood & Co., 

J 7 and 9 PATTON AVENUE. 



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I'liariiiHoiNt mid < liemist. '< 



60 Patton) Tooth Powders, Tootb 
v Brushes. Everything 
Avenue. \ for the Teeth. 



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Machinery and Machine 
Repairing. 



OAKS, Chas R Whitaker mgr, 

Oak street (see cut) 
Pisgah, 20 Patton ave 
SWANNANOA HOTEL, R R 

Rawls propr, 69 S Main 

House Furnishing Goods 

BOYCE W A, 11 Patton ave 
(see fly "B") 

Ice Cream Parlors 

Candy Kitchen, w Ct Sq 
Gross D, e Ct Sq 



RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, 

WEBB & CO (life, accident 

and fire) 13 S Main (see 

right center lines) 
THOMPSON & CARROLL, 

(fire, life, accident) 23 Temple 

Ct bldg 
WADDELL & SLUDER, (fire- 

and life) Drhumor bldg 
WILLIAMS GAY M, (life) 4 

First Natl Bank bldg 

Insurance Companies 

Rutledge, Patterson, Webb & 
Co, 13 S Main (2d floor) 
Agents for 

American of Philadelphia, 
Atlanta Home, 
British-America, 
Caledonian, 
Continental, 



; CAROLINA COAL CO. 



Office Phone, - 130- 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave* 

(See page adv.) 



Ice Manufacturers 

ASHEVILLE ICE & COAL 
CO, 32 Patton ave (see front 
cover) 

Svvannanoa Ice Co, office 20 n 
Ct Sq, tel 97 

Iron Fences 

WOLFE W O, Ct Place and 

Market 

Insurance Agents 

Aston, Rawls & Co, (fire, life 

and accident) 18^ S Main 
CARTER FRANK, (fire) 36, 

42-43 First Natl Bank Bldg 
Monroe D D, (life) 39 Patton 

ave 
Miller H M, supt Life Ins of 

Va, 14 n Ct Sq 
Patillo T A, (life) 14 Ct Sq (3d 

floor) 



Georgia Home, 

Hamburg-Bremen, 

Hanover, 

Imperial, 

London Assurance, 

London & Lancashire, 

Manchester, 

Mutual Fire, 

Norwich Union, 

New York Underwriters 

Agency, 
Phenix of Brooklyn, 
Queen, 



J. C. McFHEKSON. 



T. Or. Clark. 



Mcpherson &clark, 

Electric Bell Work, Annunciators, 
Electrical Supplies. 

45 College Street. Phone 133. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue. Boom 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. 6., J 

FtiarniHcist and Chemist. (. 



60 Pal ton | 
Avenue. J 



Prescriptions 

deliverer 

promptly. 



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Royal, 

Scottish Union & National 

St Paul F & M, 

Sun Fire, 

Virginia Fire & Marine, 

Virginia State, 

Western 

Jewelers 

Alexander M, 33 Patton ave 
COSBY B H, 27 Patton ave 

(see back cover) 
COWAN P L, 28* S Main (see 

side lines) 
FIELD A M, Drhumor bldg, 

Patton ave cor Church (see 

back cover) 
FREIDENBERG H & CO, 

26 N Main (see card) 
Goldstein DJ, 46 S Main 
Kienle A, Patton ave Temple Ct 

bldg 



DISTRIBUTING 

Sample and Advertising Matter 

Circulated at Reasonable Rates 

1 V under PERSONAL Supervision. 

Asheville Advertising Agency, 



I LICENSED. 



P. O. Box 17. 



ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



MODEL STEAM, 2? Church, 
E W Band mgr (See begin- 
ning each letter in alpha) 

Lee Chin, 12 N Main 

Lawyers 

ADAMS & REESE, 7, 8, 9 1st 

Natl Bank bldg 
Arthur John P, 1 Temple Ct 

bldg 
BOURNE & PARKER, 11-12 

First Natl Bk bldg 
BROWN H B, c, 22 S Ct Sq 



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SHEVILLE . . ( Incensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
DVERTISINC \ Control City Street Car Advertising. 
OCMOV / P re P areai, dplacp Newspaper Advertising 

wtliUT ■ ■ ■ ■ L Contractors for Western Nortb Carolina 



Lapidaries 

FIELD A M, Drhumor bldg 
(see back cover) 

Laths & Shingles 

WESTALL W H, 16 and 1, 
Spruce 

Laundries 

ASHEVILLE STEAM, J A 
Nichols propr, 43 W College 
(See bottom Margins) 

Real Estate , . 

•« Choice Asheville Properties. 

WALTER B. GWYiM, 

Attorney at Law. Notary Public. 

Refers to Banks and Leading Business Men 
of Asheville. Drhumor Block, Cor. 
Patton Ave. and Church St. 

Asheville, N. C. 



Brown Wm B, Legal blk 
CARTER EUGENE D, First 

Natl Bk bldg 
CARTER & WEAVER, n-12 

Temple Court 
Chedester H C, 1-2 First Natl 

Bk bldg 
COBB T H, 13 S Main, (2d 

floor) 
Craig Locke, 10 Temple Ct 
CUMMINGS P A, rm 3 No 4 

N Ct Sq 
DAVIDSON & JONES, 6, 7, 

and 8 Temple Ct 
Gudger H A, Legal bldg 
GudgerJ M, 3-4 First Natl Bk 
GVVYN W B, Drhumor bldg 
JONES & BARNARD, 6-7 

Johnston bldg, S Main 
Justice George W, 3 W Ct Sq 



THE CAROLINA WiNE and LIQUOR STORES, fg^A^x, 

Wine, Whiskies and Be«r delivered free in the city and ) 
vicinity. Frank O'Donnell, Proprietor. J 



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WHITE G. SMITH, Ptl.G., \ 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



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J. C. WALLACE, 

PRACTICAL 

HORSESHOER 

All Kinds of Carriage and Wagon 
. . Work Done Promptly . . 

Uo. 153 lv£a.r3s:et Street. 

Keith Edwin W, Drhumor bldg 
Lusk V S, 9 W Ct Sq 
LUTHER & STEVENS, 10, 

11, 12 Legal bldg 
LYMAN A J, 1 Legal bldg 
McCALL& ROGERS, Dicker- 

. son bldg S Ct Sq 
MARTIN JULIUS C, 1-2 

First Natl Bk bldg 
MERRICK DUFF, 1 Legal 

bldg 
MERRIMON & MERRIMON, 

2-3 Temple Ct 



Lime, Hair and Cement 

SCOTT GEO F & CO, N E 
Public Sq nr Courthouse 

Liquors and Wines 

(See saloons) 

Livery, Feed and Sale 
Stables 

Alexander R \V, 271 S Main 

COWAN & OATES, 38 Col- 
lege, tel 50 

Cruise J L, phone 47 

Brown Bros, 29, 31, 33, 34 
Lexington 

BROWN WILEY B, 15 Lex- 
ington ave (See adV) 

Gwyn Larkin, c, 416 N Main 

PATTON & STIKELEATH- 
ER, 104-108 Patton ave 

POWERS W H, 13 Walnut 



L W. M. Hill & Go. 



Fine Hams, Breakfast Bacon, 
Smoked Tongues and I ard. 

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Moore & Moore, 16, 18 and 19 

Legal bldg 
Pritchard J C, 12 N Ct Sq 
REEU SAMUEL H, 9 Temple 

Ct bldg 
Reynolds N S, 34^ S Main 
SHUFORD & SHUFORD, 9 

AV Ct Sq 
SONDLEY FA, 1, 2 and 3 

44 Patton ave 
SUMMERS J W, Dickerson 

bldg 
Thomas & Wells 23-24 Legal 

bldg 
TUCKER, MURPHY & ER- 

WIN, over Battery Park Bnk 
WEBB CHARLES A, 5-6 

Legal bldg 
Wilson Wm R, Ct Sq 
Whitson W R, Drhumor bldg 



SEVIER J V, 83 S Main (See 
adv) 

THE BERKELEY LIVERY 
STABLE, C W Stikeleather 
propr, 19 W College rear 
Hotel Berkeley (See adv) 

Loan Agents 

(See Real Estate) 

Lumber Dealers 

Asheville Woodworking Co, nr 
pass depot 

Riding Bonis, 

LEGGINGS, 

made to Order for Liadies and Gentlemen 

Roberts, 

33 N. Main St.. Asheville, N. C. 



L f e 'of PIANOS and ORGANS" 1 



on easy installments, at 
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.J 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



A full line of 
Soaps, Sponges 
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Biltmore Lumber Co, s e pass 

depot 
CAROLINA WOODWORK- 
ING CO, Southside ave 
Dickson-Mason Lumber Co, 

4-5 Sondley bldg 
WILKINSON M B, Temple 

Court 
ROGERS NAT S & CO, 18-19 

Temple Ct bldg, tel 217 
SCOTT GEO F & CO, rear 

Public Sq near Courthouse 
WESTALL W H, 16-18 Spruce 

(See card) 

Machinery 

ASHEVILLE FOUNDRY & 
MACHINE SHOP, 8 But- 
trick (see corner cards) 

Asheville Supply and Foundry 
Co, Mark- 1 near Eagle (see 
corner cards) 



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Lofton Miss, 17^ Patton ave 
3d floor 

Mattress Makers 

HALL E S, 234 Patton ave (see 

adv) 
Mclnturff R, 23 Market 

Meat Dealers 

Armour Packing Co, 531 W 

Haywood 
Baker H D & Son, Stall F 

Central Market 



RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 



Thirty old, reliable 

stock companies. 



Insurance. 



Johnston Building, 13 Court 

Square, Asheville, N. C. 



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Machine Works 

(see Machinery) 

Manicuring and Chiropo- 
dists 

Guischard Mrs G L, 18 Church 

Manufacturing Jewelers 

FIELD A M, Drhumor bldg 

Massage 
CAMP MR & MRS, Ashe- 
ville, N C (See card) 

Best Bituminous and Hard . , 

Wood and Kindling, 

. . C. E. MOODY, . . 

Phone i3i. 20 N. Cou t Square. 



BROWN & ATKIN, 524 W 

Haywood (see card) 
Hampton & Ledford, Stall G 

Central Market 
Haywood Market, A Wernwag, 

347 Haywood 
HILL W M & CO, Stall C 

Central Market, tel 66, (see 

center lines 
McFEE & JONES, Stall D 

Central Market, tel 127 (see 

side lines) 
PEARSON H P, c, Stall E Cen- 
tral Market, tel 195 
Wernwag A, Stall I Central 

Market, tel 259 
West End Market, cor Buxton 

and Green, D H Hughes prop 
WHITEHEAD & BRITT, Stall 

B Central Market (see adv) 



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Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats and Shoes. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



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H. P. PEARSON, 

For all kinds Fresh Meat. 

STALL E, CENTRAL, MARKET. 

WOLFE JAMES, MEAT CO, 
Stall A Central Market 

ZIMMERMANN F, Stall H 
Central Market, tel 4 (see 
adv) 

Merchant Tailors 

BALTIMORE CLOTHING 
HOUSE (THE), 10 and 12 
Patton ave 

Brown J C, 27 Patton ave 

Foller J J, 28 Patton ave 

Kosky A, 1 Patton ave 



Penniman & Co, N Main cor 
Ct Square 

Merchandise (General) 

Chedester N P, 19 S Main 
CHEDESTER S H, 22 Patton 

ave 
INGLE F P, 37 N Main 
McDowell & Dalton, 549 W 

Haywood 
McDowell & Johnson, 420 S 

Main 
Monday A C, Depot near Sou 

Depot 
MORRISON T S & CO, 39 N 

Main 
TERRELL T V, 546-548 W 

Haywood 
Treadway James J, 31 N Main 
Treadway J R & Co, 172 

Roberts 



FI CMS and TOBACCO 



We have the largest stock in town at 
ALLEN'S FRUIT AND CIGAR STORE, 

1 Oppos'te Po?t-oftke. 



LEATHERWOOD A R, c, S 

Ct Sq, near Market (see side 

lines) 
McKinnon D R, 47 S Main 2d 

floor 
PETRIE HUGH, 10 Patton 

ave 
SCHARTLE J W, 18 Patton 

ave (see adv) 
SCOTT H T, c, 49 College (see 

right side lines) 
WHITLOCK CLOTHING 

HOUSE (THE), 41 Patton 

ave (see back face and page 

adv) 

Mechanics' Tools 

BROWN, NORTHUP & CO, 

33 Patton ave 
Dickerson J E & Co, cor S Ct 
Sq and S Main 



Ullman S, 23 N Main 

Milling Companies 

ASHEVILLE MILLING CO, 

32 Patton ave (see front 
cover) 

Millinery 

BALTIMORE CLOTHING 
AND SHOE STORE (THE) 
10 & 12 Patton ave 

BAZAAR (THE), 43 Patton 



'phials Poinding 

CTIps. H. B- RAV, 

IS South Main Street. 



HMeasant Xocatton; on Car nine, 
. . . ftcrms IReasonable . . . 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY. 

Phone 95 Near Post-office. 43 West College Street. 



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Pharmacist and Chemist. (. Avenue. J y 



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BON MARCHE, 13 S Main (see 

adv) 
LaBarbe Miss N L, 61 S Main 
Mears G A & Sons, 33 S Main 
PALAIS ROYAL, 28 S Main 

(see adv) 
REDWOOD H & CO, Patton 

ave, (see bottom margins) 
Sumner & Co, 40 and 42 Patton 

ave 

Mill Supplies 

ASHEVILLE SUPPLY AND 
FOUNDRY CO, Market nr 
Eagle 

Monuments 

(Granite and Marble) 

WOLFE W O, S Ct Sq and 
Market 



BILLIARDS. . . 

NEW TABLES AT 

J, J, Lingers New Saloon, 



17 VV. COLLEGE,- 



Corner Lexington Avenue. 

Music and Musical Mer- 
chandise 

FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 

Patton ave Drhumor bldg (see 

bottom margin) 
FREIDENBERG H & CO, 26 

N Main (see adv) 
Hough & Dunham, 1 1 Church 
TURNER & WILLIAMS, 12 

N Ct Sq 



W A d NVR At WIT T ft BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 
¥» AXJ LI £j 11 IV W IJUU^, 0ffice 32 & ?4 p atton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 
#*- Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 



Mouldings 

FITZPATRICK T W, 33 N 

Main (see adv) 
JONES W M & CO, Haywood 

nr Smith bridge (see adv) 
SCOTT GEO F & CO, n e 

Public Sq nr Courthouse 
WESTALL W H, 16 and 18 S 

Spruce (see adv) 

Mountain Lands 

JOHNSTON R B, 20 Temple 
Ct 

J. C. Rumbough, 

REAL ESTATE A3ENT, 
PARAGON BUILDING, 

Cor. Patton Ave. and Haywood St. 



Music Studios 

Purington Miss Georgiana, 32 
Patton ave 

Music Teachers 

HENRY MISS MARY, Ingle- 
side 30 French Broad ave 

Perkins Miss Grace, 121 Hay- 
wood 

Smith Miss N Adia, 103 Merri- 
man ave 

Watkins Miss A L, 216 College 

Natural History Store 

Lindsey HA, 12 N Ct Sq 

News Dealers 

(See Books and Stationers) 

Newspapers 

(See Miscellaneous) 



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When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER a-d BRANDIES, call at 

ig North Main Street, 

7 and 7M2 West College Street, 
'I FRANK O'DONNELL. Propr. 



The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores, 



WHITEG.SMITH.Ph.G.J 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



60 Patton) l hev,u r ( l , 

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Notaries Public 

(See Miscellaneous) 

Notions 

(See Drygoods and Notions) 

Novelties 

El Unico, 11 Patton ave 
Fisher U D & Co, 17 S Main 
Stoner J M, S Main 
Rhoads Wm V, 18 Patton ave 

Nurseries 

(See Florists) 



Painters (Contractors) 
House and Sign 

BROWN W L, 75 S Main (See 
card) 

FITZPATRICK T W, 33 N 
Main (See adv) 

GRAFTON T W, 153 Market 
(See adv) 

MAY & MILLER, Paragon 
bldg cor Haywood & W Col- 
lege (See side lines) 

OWEN & CO, 2 Market (See 
adv) 

Perkinson T J, 93 Woodfin 

Paints, Oils, Glass and 
Painters Supplies 

FITZPATRICK T W, 33 N 
Main (See adv) 



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PARAGON BUILDING. Eight vears with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt, 
lent Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence. Biltmore, N. C. 



Oil Companies 

STANDARD OIL CO, 
(branch). Avery nr Depot 

Opticians and Optical 

Goods 

FIELD A M, Drhumor blk 

(See cover) 
Marcus G, 99 Haywood 
FREIDENBERG H & CO, 26 

N Main 
COSBY B H, 25 Patton ave 
COWAN P L, 28^ S Main 

Painters (Carriage) 

GRAFTON T W, 153 Market 

(See adv) 
OWEN & CO, 2 Market (See 

card) 
STEVENSON A F, 323 S Main 

(See card) 



MAY & MILLER, cor Hay- 
wood and W College, opp P O 
(See right side lines) 

Swicegood & Brown, 65 S Main 

Paper Hangers 

FITZPATRICK T W, 33 N 

Main (See adv) 
MAY & MILLER, Haywood 

cor W College, opp Paragon 

bldg (See side lines) 
Swicegood & Brown, 65 S Main 

SHAMROCK Lgg J Q^ QUIRE 

Good Writing Paper 15 cents 
to 25 cents pound. 

FINE STATIONERY AT LOW PRICES. 

RAY'S CUT RATE BOOK STORE, 

8 N. Court Square. 



FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE 



This city is too small to make a complete 
stock of SHEET MUSIC pay, but 
Will order for you any piece he has not in stock at one-third discount. 

48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G.SMITH, Ph. G., 

I*h(« riiiix-ist and < h< inist. 



60 Patton 1 gg&g* 1 

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Photographers 

Brown, 8 N Ct Sq 

Lindsey T H, Dickerson bldg, 

S Ct Sq 
McCanless J M, 7 and 9 Patton 

ave 
McCanless S A, 32 Patton ave 
Shartle's Studio, 59 S Main 

Physicians 

ALSTON M W, c,YMI bldg, 
Market cor Eagle 

AMBLER C P, associate med- 
ical director Winyah Sanita- 
rium, office opera house bldg 
3 to 4 p m, tel 3 

Baird H L, 60 Patton ave, tel 

34 
Ballard A M, Haywood cor Ann 
BATTLE S WESTRAY, 15 

Church, tel 103, phone r 182 



Ashev lie Foundry & Machine Shop 

J. J. Cole, Proprietor. 

Manufacturers of all Kinds Castings^ 
Dealers in New and Second- 
hand Machinery. 
Machinery Repaired on Short Notice. 
8 BUTTRICK STREET. 

CRAWFORD A, 32 Patton ave 
(2d floor) 

DAVID J E, 70 Liberty 

DUNN, Wm L, Winyah Sani- 
tarium, tel 3 

Fisher S J, 34 Starnes ave 

FLETCHER M H, office 27 
Patton ave, tel 159 

GLENN E B, over Western 
Carolina Bank, phone 54, S 
W Ct Sq 

HILLIARD CHARLES E, 3 7i 
S Main, tel 128; r phone 12 



TOURISTS MAKE ROGERS 5 BOOK 
STOHE THEIR HEADQUARTERS. 



Brownson Wm, office W Ashe- 

ville 
Bryan J W, c, Y M I bldg 
BRYANT REUBEN H, c, 14 

Eagle 
BURROUGHS JAMES A, 

Barnard blk, tel 15, r 14 
CHEES BO ROUGH T P, 

Church, (next M E Church), 

tel 103 
Cliff Charles, (homoeopathic), 3 

\V Ct Sq 

PHONE 99=s~- 

I d I etu II d Floral Company 

For fine Rosebuds and Cut Flowers and 
Bedding Plants. 

Store 44 Patton Ave. 

Greenhouses : CHARLOTTE ST. 
Phone 132- 



HEARD E N, 5 & 6 Drhumor 
bldg, cor Patton ave and 
Church, tel 107 

HILLIARD Wm D, 1st Natl 
Bank bldg and Battery Park 
Hotel, tel office 208, tel r 35 

HILLIARD W L, tel 128, 37* 
S Main 

JORDAN CHARLES S, 15 
Church, tel 103 

Linn T E, (homoeopathic), n 
Church 

McBRAYER L B, 32 Patton 
ave 

MERIWETHER F T, 60 
Patton ave, tel 34 

Millender Marion C, 18^ S 
Main, tel 146 

MINOR C L, office 4, 5 Tem- 
ple Court, tel 71 

Morris E R, 24 Patton ave 



0n t * a P if e H. REDWOOD & CO., Nos. 7 and 9 Patton Ave., 

Full lines of CLOTHING, MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS. 
SMALL WARES, HATS and SHOES. 



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Supply & Foundry Company. 

FOUNDRY CASTINGS 

Of All Kiuds. 

MAEKET STHEET. 

NELSON MARY OLIVER, 15 

Church, tel 103 
PUREFOY G W, 1814 S Main 

tel 257 
RELNOLDS CARL V, Barn- 
ard bldg, cor Patton ave and 

W Ct Sq 
Robb Isaac H, (homoeopathic) 

Y M C A 
SEVIER D E, 34# S Main, 

tel 234 
SEVIER J T, 34 i S Main, tel 

234 



TURNER WM, 12 N Ct Sq 

Picture Frames 

JOHNSON MRS LA, 32 S 
Main (See adv) 

LAW J H, 35 Patton ave 

RAY C F, 8 N Ct Sq (See bot- 
tom corner cards) 

ROGER'S BOOK STORE, 22 
S Main (See Center lines) 

Pipe Fittings 

ASHEVILLE SUPPLY AND 
FOUNDRY CO, Market nr 

Eagle 

Planing Mills 

ASHEVILLE WOODWORK- 
ING CO, nr Pass Depot 

CAROLINA WOODWORK- 
ING COMPANY, Southside 



CAROLINA COAL co - 



( Office Phone, - 130 

J Yrtrd Phone, - 144 

\ Office 23 Katton Ave. 
(. (See page adv.) 



Starnes E C, 17 N Main (2d 

floor) 
Thrash George, Paragon bldg 
von RUCK KARL, medical 

director Winyah Sanitarium, 

Pine, tel 3 
WATSON J A, tel 42, 13 Grove 
Weaver H B, 1 and 2, 2d floor 

Maxwelton, tel 256 
Whittington W P, 2 S Ct Sq 

(2d floor) 
WILLIAMS JOHN HEY, 31 

Patton ave, tel office 7, r 46 
Woodcock John H, 24 S Main 

Pianos and Organs 

Daley Furnt Co, 55 S Main 
FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 

Patton ave, Drhumor bldg 

(See bottom margins) 
Hough & Dunham, 11 Church 



JONES WM M, W Haywood 

nr Smith bridge (See adv) 

Plumbing, Steam & Gas 
Fitting 

BOYCE, W A, 11 Patton ave 
(See fly "B'') 

Mcpherson & clark, 45 

College (See bottom corner 
cards) 
Rich J R & Son, S W Ct Sq 



J. C. McPherson. 



T. G. Clark. 



Mcpherson & clark, 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters, 

Steam and Hot Water Heating. 

45 College Street, Asheville. 
Phone 133. 



1 : A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 40 Tatton Avenue. Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G. 

I'lin iiii.iiisI ami < li< in it I 



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Avenue. 



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Printers (Job) 

ASHEVILLE DAILY CITI- 
ZEN, 6 N Ct Sq (See adv) 

ASHEVILLE DAILY GA- 
ZETTE, 4 N Ct Sq (See adv) 

ASHEVILLE PRINTING CO 
3 E Ct Sq (See adv) 

Beall J I & Co, 2 N Ct Sq 

Messier F M, 10 N Ct Sq 

State Register, 6 and 7 Legal 
bldg 

Whiteside E W, 11 Patton ave 

Produce 

(Also see Green Grocers) 
Eullam J S, 11 Pine (See card) 
Lowe P W, 25^ N Main 
McCONNELL BROS, 40 N 
Main, tel 122 



BILL POSTING! 

Over 2,000 Feet Excellently Located 
. . . Boards owned by the . . . 

Ashev.lle Advertising Agency, 

(I.ICENSm.) 

P. 0. Box 17. • • ASHKVIIiLE, N. C. 

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Real Estate and Loans 2. 

ASHEVILLE REAL ESTATE J 

DIRECTORY, 28 Patton ave / 
Atkinson Natt & Son, 5 W Ct 

Sq 
Bostic J B Co, 23 Patton ave 
CAMERON & CUSHMAN, 2 

Legal bldg, S Ct Sq 
Campbell J M, N W Ct Sq 
CORTLAND S C, Maxwelton 

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Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
Control City Stiver Car Advertising 



SHEVILLE . . 

wriv 1 Pr^pareand plac Newspaper Advertising 

CcitCY .... Iroinractors for Wes era ftorth Carolina 



OWNBEY R L & CO, stall 9 
Central mkt, E Ct Sq 

POSTELL W J, 39 College 
(see card) 

WALTON F A, stall 12 Cen- 
tral mkt, E Ct Sq (see card) 

Provisions 

ARMOUR PACKING CO, 
531 W Haywood 

Publishers 

(see pi inters) 

WALTER B. QWTN, 

f^eal Estate 

Established 1881. 

Drhumor Block, Cor. Patton ^ 

Ave. and Church St. . . . — — ^^^- 

Refers to Banks and Leading Business 
Men of Asheville. 



Cuningham Miss Floride, 275 

Haywood 
Cushman W S, Legal block 
FARINHOLT L A, room 24 

Temple Court, 49 Patton ave 
Graham J R, 43 Grove 
Gunter A C. 18 Drhumor bldg 
GWYN W B, Drhumor bldg 

(see card) 
Hull F A, 37^ S Main 
HUNT H C, nr Ct Sq 
JOHNSON R B, 20 Temple Ct 
LYMAN A J, Legal bldg 
Ray J M, 4 N Ct Sq (2d floor) 
Reynolds Natt A, 17^ Patton 

ave 
ROUNDY W N, 54 Patton ave 

(see corner cards) 
RUMBOUGH J C, Paragon 

bldg (see corner cards) 
Van Gilder T I, 3 W Ct Sq 
WEST W W, Drhumor bldg 



THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, 



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Supplv seven-tenths of the family trade of Asheville with theii BEER, WINE, 
WHISKEY, etc. f'KANK O'DOMkfi'L, Proprietor. 



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I'hurmacist and Chemist. (. 



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OU JrattOD I only by competent 
>■ Pharmacists, and 
AveDlie. J delivered to any 
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And Carriage and 
^ Wagon Builder . . 

153 MARKET STREET. 

Renting 

(see also real estate) 

GWYN W B, Drhumor bldg 
(see bottom cor cards) 

ROUNDY W N, 54 Patton ave 
(see top cor cards) 

Rumbough J C, Paragon bldg 
(see corner cards) 

Restaurants 

Addison T C, e, 48 N Main 
Aldrich L P, near Depot 



Roofing (Tin and Slate) 
BOYCE W A, ti Patton ave, 
(see fly B) 

Mcpherson & clark, 53 

College, (see cor cards) 

Rubber Goods and Mac- 
intoshes 

WHITLOCK CLOTHING 
HOUSE THE, 41 Patton 
ave, (see backbone) 

Saddlery and Harness 

(See Harness and Saddlery) 

Saloons 

(Wine and Liquor Houses) 
ACME THE, James H Lough- 
ran prop, 58 S Main, (see 
front paster) 
Andy's Place, 41 S Main 



L W. M. SILL & CO. 



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MEATS, FRESH AND CURED. 

Exclusive Handlers of Western Dressed Meats. 

Phone 66 ^ 



Ball Mrs V J, 24 N Main 
Brown A L, c, 40 S Main 
Collins B, c, 9 Eagle 
Elete Cafe (The), 52 S Main 
Grimes Louisa, c, YMI bldg 
Gross D, 5 E Ct Sq 
Green B J, r, 165 S Main 
Graves Albert, 12 Church 
Haynes Jonas, c, 7 Eagle 
Jackson Chas, c, 4o}4 S Main 
Jackson Frank, 9 Eagle 
Jackson George, 44 N Main 
Pollard James, c, Sou Depot 
Smith John, c, 25 S Main 
Smith J. W, c, 44 N Main 
Stevenson Mrs S, Depot nr Sou 

depot 
Tucker G H, c, 46 N Main 
WOODLAWN CAFE, 36 S 

Main 



BONANZA THE, WINE AND 
LIQUOR CO, 43 S Main, 
(see page adv) 

BOSTON THE, John O'Don- 
nell prop, 39 S Main 

CAROLINA WINE AND 
LIQUOR HOUSE, Frank 
O'Donnell, 19 N Main, (see 
bottom lines) 

CLUB THE, WINE AND 
LIQUOR HOUSE, P Mcln- 
ty re > 53 S Main, (see back- 
bone) 

Thinly a FFJomenf 

If you had a pair of Lasts fitted 
(free of charge) you would get 
Absolute Comfort in footwear 

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..ROBERTS,.. 

83 N. Main St. - Asheville, N. C. 



Strin-s, even the best, will break in ) r«||,' c Mlioio UnilOQ 
course of time. The freshest, clean- [ rul ft O IllUolU llUUoC, 



est and be^t stock always at 



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WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G. 

f harmacist and Chemist. 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



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Hampton & Featherston, 29 N 

Main 
LANGE J J, 17 W College, (see 

corner cards) 
Swannanoa The, C B Mclntyre 

prop, Asheville hotel 

Sanitariums 

SANITARIUM THE, 22 Or- 
ange 

WINYAH SANITARIUM.dis- 
eases of lung and throat, Pine, 
tel 3, (see cut) 

Sash, Doors and Blinds 

ASHEVILLE WOODWORK- 
ING CO, near pass depot 

CAROLINA WOODWORK- 
ING CO, Southside ave 

JONES WM M, W Haywood 
cor Riverside Drive, (seeadv) 



I Real Estate] 

i and Renting. i 

}►> W. N. R O U N D Y , <J 
L 54 Patton Ave. (i>pp. Postofflee.) Tel. 190 1 

Schools 

(see miscellaneous) 

Second-Hand Goods 

LEE NEIL, 27 N Main 

Sewing Machines 

DALEY FURNITURE CO, 55 
S Main 

MOODY C E, cor N E Ct Sq, 
(see corner cards) 

SINGER MFG CO, M Beck- 
ett mgr, 62 S Main 



RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable Tncnronno 

stock companies. lllaUtdlltC. 



Johnston Building, 13 Court 

Square, Asheville, N. C. 



Market St Woodworking Shop, 

Market nr Eagle 
SCOTT GEO F, N E Public 

Square nr Court House 

NIEL LEE, 

NEW AND SECOND HAND GOODS 



OF ALL KINDS 

Id .Goc 
specialty. 



Household .Goods a \ Q "J IJ 



C.E. MOODY, 

20 N. Court Square, 

Coal, Wood, Lime, Cement, 
Charcoal, Coke. 



-PHONE 121 - 



Shoemakers 

(see Boots and Shoes) 

Silver and Plated Ware 

(see also Watches, Clocks and 
Jewelry) 

Law J H, 35 Patton ave 

Slate Roofing 

(see Roofing) 

Soda Water Mfgrs 

HASKELL H S, Gudger near 
Haywood 

Souvenirs 

COSBY B H, 27 Patton ave 

(see back cover) 
FIELD, A M, Drhumor block 

(see back cover) 
LAW J H, 35 Patton ave 



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Underwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Gloves, 

Laces, Embroideries, Dress Goods and 
Silks, Staple Dry Goods, Wraps, 

Clothing, Shoes, Hats. etc. 



}H Redwood & Co., 

J 7 4 9 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE 6. SMITH, Ph. G„ 

I' li;i rini.< i>t and Chemist. 



60 Patton ] Nothing but the purest 
>of Drugs and Chemicals 
Avenue. J used in Prescriptions. 



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, . Fresh Meats . . 

Fish, Game & Poultry 

Phone 195 

Central Market, 
Stall E 

RAY C F, 8 N Ct Sq (see cor 

cards) 
ROGER'S BOOK STORE, 

22 S Main (see center lines) 

Stationers 

ASHEVILLE PRINTING CO 

3 E Ct Sq (see adv) 
JONES A V & CO, 54 Patton 

ave (see adv) 
MORGAN J N & CO, 3 W Ct 

Sq (see adv) 
RAY C F, 8 N Ct Sq 



DALEY FURNITURE CO, 

55 S Main 
JOHNSON MRS L A, 32 S 

Main (see adv ) 
LEE NEIL, 27 N Main (see 

classfy ad) 

Mcpherson & clark, 45 

College (see cor cards) 
Penniman Bros & Co, 13 N 

Main 
Rich J R & Son, 11 W Ct Sq 

Surgeons 

(See Physicians) 

Surgeons (Veterinary) 

(See Veterinary) 

Tailors 

(See Merchant Tailors) 



ALLEN'S 



flPP PflQT flFFIPF For the largest and 
UrTi I Uol-UrriUI.i best assorted stock of 

FRUITS, CANDIED, CIGARS 
TOBACCO. PIPES, STATIONARY, etc. 



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Rogers' Book Store, 22 S Main 

Steam Dye Works 

ASHEVILLE STEAM DYE 
WORKS, S Ct Sq (see left 
side lines) 

Stenographers 

Emanuel Miss Clara, 147 N 

Main 
McCracken Miss Sallie L, office 

32 Patton ave 
Pulliam Miss Amelia, 15 Vance 
SUMMERS J W, Dickerson 

bldg 

Stoves and Tinware 

BLAIR W A, 45 Patton ave 
(see left side margins) 

BOYCE W A, 11 Patton ave 
(see fly "B") 



Taxidermists 

FAIN N W, 73 Montford (See 
adv) 

Telegraph and Telephone 
Companies 

ASHEVILLE TELEPHONE 
EXCHANGE, 8 N Ct Sq 

WESTERN UNION TELE- 
GRAPH CO, S Main 

Transfer Companies 

ASHEVILLE DRAY CO, ir 

W Ct Sq (See adv) 

Priuafe Boarding 

flips. H- B- **AY, 

19 South Main Street. 



pleasant Xocatton; on Car Xine, 
. . . Germs "Reasonable . . . 



Take it to ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

43 West College Street. 



WHITE G. SMITH. Ph. G.,{ 

Pharmacist and < li< mist I 



60 Pattern) ™E CIGARS, 

V Key West and Domestic, 
Avenue. J always on hand. 



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ASHEVILLE TRANSFER 
CO, 34 Patton ave 

Tea Stores 

Shuford F L, (successor to 
Hudson), 12 N Ct Sq 

Teachers 

(See also Music Teachers) 

Teachers (Fencing) 

HALL J M E, 32 Patton ave 

Teachers (Languages) 
HALL J M E, 32 Patton ave 

Tin and Sheet Iron 
Works 

Mcpherson & clark, 45 

College (See cor cards) 



J. J. LANGE. 
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17 W. COLL6G© ST. 

Cor. Lexington Avenue. 

Evans C, 8 Buttrick 

Holmes E I & Co, 45 Church 

McCarty C C & Co, 33 Patton 

ave 
Trifield A, 38 S Main 

Trained Nurses 

Angle Mrs M A, 98 Blanton 
Batterham Miss M R, 24 Mont- 
ford ave 
CAMP F B MR and MRS, ad- 
dress Asheville, N C (See 
adv) 



W tdNVD CV IV f T T £1 BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. 
If A\J Jl £j I* IV If IJU1JC5, Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only, 
fi®" Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 



Theatres 

(See Miscellaneous) 

Tinners 

BOYCE W A, n Patton ave 
(See fly "B") 

Mcpherson & clark, 45 

College (See bottom cor 

Rich J R & Son, S W Ct Sq 

Tobacco Manufacturers 

Asheville Cigar Co; 65 N Main 

J. C. RUMBOUGH, 

^t, Real Estate 

RENTING and LOANS 
. . Paragon Building- . . 

Haywood St. 



Fletcher Mrs Emily, 167 Hill 
McCloud Miss N, 53 College 
Ralph Miss C, 83 Montford 
Wells Mrs Eugenia, 99 Haywd 
Williams L D, 24 S Main 
Williams Miss Lula, 271 S Main 
Wright Miss Mary W, 9 Flint 

Trunks and Valises 

BALTIMORE CLOTHING 

HOUSE, 10 and 12 Patton 

ave 
BLAIR W A, 45 Patton ave 

(See adv) 
DALEY FURNT CO, 55 S 

Main 
INGLE F P, 37 N Main 
JOHNSON MRS L A, 32 S 

Main (See adv) 
LEVY M, 30 Patton ave (See 

fly "A") 



THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUOR STORES, jtfS^aSst^ 

Distillers' Agents for Western North Carolina. Agents for Paul Jones' Ryes, 

J. K. Hoyt's Famous Wines. FRANK O'PUX.NKIL, Proprietor. 



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rim rniacisl and < 'liemist. 



60 Patton ) Prompt, polite and 

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Avenue. J to customers. 






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Undertakers 

(See also Embalmers) 
BROWN J V & SON, 45 Pat- 

ave, tel 65 
McConnell J H, 33 N Main 
RIVERSIDE UNDERTAK- 
ING CO, 37 S Main 
Starnes Jessie R Undertaking 
Co, 27 N Main 

Veterinary Surgeons 

Rollins J W, Willow n e cor 
Lexington 



FIELD AM, Drhumor bldg, 

(see back cover) 
Goldsmith W W, 19 S Main 
Goldstein D J, 46 S Main 
Kienle A, Temple Court bldg, 

Patton ave 
Shoffner W H, 33 N Main 
Wexler Ebram, 14 Patton ave 

Western Dressed Meats 

HILL W M & CO, stall C Cen- 
tral Market, tel 66, (see cen- 
ter lines) 

Wines and Liquors, 
( Wholesale) 

ACME THE, WINE AND 
LIQUOR HOUSE, 58 S 
Main, (see front paster) 

BONANZA THE, WINE AND 
LIQUOR CO, S Main, (see 
page adv) 



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PARAGON BUILDING. Eight years with 
the late Mr. R. M. Hunt, 
nt Architect for G. W. Vanderbilt, Esq., 
Estate and New Residence, Biltmore, N. C. 



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Wagon and Buggy Re- 
pository 

Asheville Carriage and Wagon 
Repository The, 44 W Col- 
lege 

Wall Paper and Window 
Shades 

FITZPATRICK T W, 33 N 
Main (See adv) 

MAY & MILLER, cor Hay- 
wood and W College, oppo 
P O (See right side lines) 

Watchmakers 

Boykin S D, 1 1 N W Ct Sq 
Clark A R, 58 Roberts 
COSBY B H, 27 Patton ave, 

(see back cover) 
COWAN P L, 32^ S Main, 

(see side lines) 



CLUB THE, Pat Mclntyre, 53 

S Main, (see adv) 
O'DONNELL F, 19 N Main, 

(see adv) 

Window Glass 

FITZPATRICK T W, ^ S 
Main, (see adv) 

MAY & MILLER, cor Hay- 
wood and W College, opp P 
O, (see rt side lines) 

Woodworking Shop 

Market Woodworking Shop, 
Market nr Eagle 

Cheapest • Book • Store 

In North Carolina. 

5(^)00 NOVELS at 5c. and 10c. 
jV-'V- '>— ' All books at sweeping re- 
ductions from publishers' prices. 

RAY'S CUT RATE BOOK STORE. 



Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos and Vio- ) Cnll/'o Mucin Uniieo 
lins, a complete line. One price only, Y lullV O III Uo I U llUUoGj 



and that the lowest known, at 



48 PATTON AVENUE. 



WHITE G, SMITH, Ph. G.J G0 A Pat(on l 

Pharmacist and < hernial. ( Avenue. J 



Prescription Department 
complete in every re- 
spect. Absolutely private. 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF 

Biltmore, Montford, Victoria, West " 
Asheville and Woolsey. qg 

No residences have been given, as the streets of the above towns are not ^^ m 
named. Many residents of these toivns have been omitted. 

See Directory of Asheville. S 



BILTMORE. 

DANIEL C CHAMPLAIN, Mayor 

Abernethy Julius, c 
Alexander Frank, c 
Batson Mrs Alice 
Bending Charles 



Gattis Miss Sallie 
Gattis Wm H 
Goodlake Edward A 
Goodlake Joseph W 



Rogers' Asheville 



Is the VIEW BOOK 

for the Tourist. 



Blackwood Frank J 


Hallyburton James A 


Blackwelder L C 


Hamilton James M 


Boyd Wm 


Harding Edward J 


Bradley Joseph 


Herndon D F 


BROOtCSHIRE JAMES M 


Hudson Wm C 


Burgin Charles H 


Knuckles Charles W, c 


Burgin Harvey F 


Lipe Miss Bessie 


Cansey Miss Mattie 


Lipe James . 


Cawthorne Harry 


Lipe John F 


CHAMPLAIN DANIEL C, 


Lipe Oran H 


Mayor 


McFadgin Louis, c 


Clark John H 


McNAMEE CHARLES 


Clark Mrs Sarah E 


Martin John M 


Creasman Thomas F 


Mayer John A 


Culbreth W A 


Milholland Leslie A, 


Davis Mrs Mary 


Mitchell Wm 


Davis Samuel A 


Moore Charles J, c 


Deal John M 


Orr Miss Cynthia 


Drum James 


Penniman W Talbot 


Fisher Thomas 


Piner Joseph 


Fletcher Miss Charlie 


Reeves Jack 



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7 and 9 PATTON AVENUE 

A choice stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, 

Shoes, Hats, etc., at fixed and 

reasonable prices. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G,f 60 A Patton l 

Pharmacist and Chemist. (. Avenue. ) 



Tooth Powders, Tooth 
Brushes. Everything 
for the Teeth. 



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BILTMORE— Continued 
Roach R S 
Schaefer Jean 
Torrence Herbert D 
Torrence John W 



Walton Benjamin 
Weldon Samuel G 
Whitaker Algernon S 
White Wm J jr 
Williams 



MONTBORD. 

J ED RUMBOUGH, Mayor. 



Allen Herbert C 


Moore Wm W 


Carter Frank 
Cory Wm O 
Hampton Timothy, c 
Hampton Timothy Jr, c 
Hill Annie, c 


Murphy James D 
RUMBOUGH JAMES E 
Stines Miss Sallie 
Stroup Miss Laura 
West Miss Annie E 


Holly Mary, c 
Lanoir Ellen, c 


West Mrs G W 
West Miss Lucile 


Lockwood Mrs S A 


Williams Jasen, c 


McCarson Miss Caroline 


Wilson George K 


Mills Harriet, c 


Wilson John A 


Moore General 


Wilson Miss Katie 



CAROLINA COAL 




Office Phone, - 130 
Yard Phone, - 144 
Office, 23 Patton Ave. 

(See page adv.) 



VICTORIA. 



CHARLES 

Barnard Miss Hattie 
Brett Melville 
Brown Theodore 
Burden Phobe, c 
Burden Robert, c 
Campbell James M 
CLAPP WM R 
Clampet Benjamin F 
Cheney Miss Florence 
Cheney Miss Nannie 
Cocke Mrs Mary 
Comstock Miss Annie 
Connelly Rev John K 
Cunningham Rebecca, c 
Curtis Miss Julia 
Diamond Delin, c 
Gardner Miss Jennie 



McNAMEE, Mayor. 

Garrett Miss Alexandra M 
Garrett Robert U 
Grinnell Allen, c 
Gudger Walter 
Hudgins Wm 
Humphry Johnson, c 
Jackson Richard M, c 
Jasper Harvey, c 
Jenkins Burt 
Jones Minnie, c 
Kirstein Ernest 
Lindsey Miss Anna 
Lindsey George 
Lindsey Hiram 
Lindsey Miss Julia 
Lindsey Robert 
Lindsey S A 



L. A. Farinholt, 



Real Estate, Loan Broker, 

AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Office 49 Patton Avenue, Room 24. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph. G., |» Wta1 } 

1 li rmneist and « liemist. (. Avenue. J 



Prescriptions 

delivered 

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VICTORIA— Continued 


Porter Thomas M 


Lindsey Sylvanous 


Prater Miss Minnie 


Little Charles A 


Probst Labe 


Lord Mrs A E 


Randall J E 


McAree Patrick 


Randall Lawson, c 


McNAMEE CHARLES 


REED & CLAPP 


Milholland Lester A 


REED GEORGE W 


Mills Andrew, c 


Reed John H 


Mitchell E M 


Reed Wm G 


Mitchell G 


Reney Florence 


Moore Amanda, c 


Ricks Alberta, r, 


Murphey Wm A, c 


Ricks Jane, c 


Murrough Ola, c 


Schaff Mrs Josephine 


Nichols Florence, c 


S'mford George K 


Noblett Sallie, c 


Shuford J Guy 


Normal and Collegiate Institute 


Smathers Lucinda, c 


Patton John M 


Summers Charles H 


Patton & Milholland 


Summers & Little 


Pearson Rev Robert G 


Thompson John H 


Perry E S 


Washington W Herbert 


Perry N R 


Webb David H 



ASHEVILLE . . 
DVERTISING 
CENCY .... 



( Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
) Control City Strr et Car Advertising. 
J Prepare and plac NewspaperAdvertising 
v. Contractors for Western North Carolina 



Piercy W H 


White Miss Hester 


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Petty Martha, c 


White James A 




Pledger Wm A Jr 


Wilson Wm 


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WEST A.S 


HBVILLE. 


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S D HAI 


JL, Mayor. 


g; 


Alexander Perry 


Bailey Lizzie, c 


Zjj 


Allen John B 


Ballard Miss Nettie 




Allen Julius 


Ballard Solomon C 


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Andrews Thomas, c 


Barton George, c 




Arthur Miss Fannie 


Barton Major, c 


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Arthur John P 


Bassett James E 




Arthur Mrs Martha 


Boggs John S 


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Ashley Harrison 


Bogual Marshall, c 


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Ashley Miss Jane 


Boone Miss Mary 


£. m 


Atkinson Edward B 


Boyd Benjamin, c 


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Bailey Harriet, c 


Bradley Alice, c 


CO an 


Bailey Ike, c 


Bradley Boney 


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Bailey Jack, c 


Bradley Carrie, c 


CD 


THE CAROLINA WINE and LIQUO 


D CTflDCC 19 N. Main Street, 

1 1 UntO, 7 & 7% W. College Street, 





Wine, Whiskies and Beer delivered free in the city and \ 
vicinity, Fkank O'Donnell, Proprietor. J 



Asheville, N. C. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., i 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



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lire Drugs, 

i 1 1 s & Powders. 



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WEST ASHEVILLE— Cont'd 


Crumpton John 


Bradley Delia, c 


Curtis Mrs Robert 


Bradley George D 


Daniels Laura, c 


Bradley Miss Hattie 


Deaver Adolphus E 


Bradley James, c 


Denison Mrs Elva 


Bradley John, c 


Duckett Harley B 


Bradley John G 


Duncan Florence, c 


Bradley John M 


Duncan Fred, c 


Bradley Josephine, c 


Duncan Martha, c 


Bradley Miss Mollie 


Durham Agustus C 


Bradley Robert, c 


Durham Benjamin J 


Bradley Wm 


Durham Gordon C 


Bradshaw Samuel 


Durham Lemuel N 


Brewer George, c 


Durham Thomas L 


Brookshire James 


Ellis Azor 


Brown Rev A E 


Ellis J J 


Brown Miss Bessie 


Ellis Joseph 


Brown Horace A 


Feimster Robert P, c 


Brown Joseph, c 


Fitzpatrick Miss Emma 


Brown Wm A G 


Flukes Harvey, c 


Brownson Wm C 


Foreman Bascon J, c 



W. M. HILL \ CO. 



Fine Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork. 
Game in season. 



-Phone 66. 



Bryant Lucinda, c 


Foreman Lewis, c 


Bryson Julius A 


Foreman Wm, c 


Cain James B 


Foreman Wm F, c 


Carlisle Miss Mamie 


Fowler Laurence 


Carrier Albert H 


Gales Thomas L 


Carrier Miss Anna E 


Gorrell Joseph K 


Carrier Edwin G 


Graves Hattie, c 


Carrier Edwin G Jr 


Graves John, c 


Carrier Ralph A 


Greenlee George S, c 


Case Miss Prescilla 


Greenlee John A, c 


Chunn Charlie 


Greenlee Swan A, c 


Clapp Joseph W 


Greenlee Wm A, c 


Clark Absalom 


Griffin Pack, c 


Clark Mrs Alice 


Hackney Fred R 


Clark Miss Emma 


Hackney Miss Kate B 


Clark Miss Sue 


Hackney Miss Nellie B 


Collins Napoleon, c 


Hackney Perry E 


Compton James L, c 


Hackney Wm A 


Conley Candis, c 


Hackney Wm N 


Cowen Eugene 


Haines Mandy, c 


Cowen Thomas 


Hall Samuel D 



A full "QT A \r/"\C! o v» A n D P A M C always on hand, and sold 
line of r lilil UO ctXlCl Uillliiil d on easy installments, at 



FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 48 Patton Avenue. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G.J 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I 



60 Patton 
Avenue. 



A full line oi 
Soaps, Bpong s 
and Peifumieiy 

alwaysonliand 



399 



WEST ASHEVILLE— Cont'd 


Laney Andrew A 


Harris Miss Lou 


Laney Miss Minnie B 


Hedrick Robert A 


Laney Rufus P 


Henderson Haines, c 


Laney W B 


Hendricks Thomas 


Laney Wm B 


Henniger Calm 


Latimore Joseph, c 


Henry George, c 


Ledford Miss Lillian 


Henry Pleasent 


Lenoir Saphrona, c 


Herren H L 


Lenoir Thomas, c 


Hill Benjamin J, c 


Lenoir Prime, c 


Hopson Linus F 


Lewis Wm* 


Howard Wm E 


Linberry Charlie 


Huggins Doyle G 


Lincoln Joseph R, c 


Huggins Wm T 


Lockhart Kanioun R 


Huggins Wm W 


Logan Cornelius C 


Ingle James 


Logan Wm E 


Ingle John 


LYMAN THEODORE B 


Ingle Mrs Lou R 


McAbee Miss Delia 


Ingle Miss Mollie 


McAbee Henry I 


Ingle Robert 


McAbee Miss Laura 


Ingle Thomas 


McBrayer L B 



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RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO., 

Thirty old, reliable Tnciiparipo Johnston Building, 13 Court 

stock companies. lUaUlttlltCt Square, Asheville, N. C. 



Ingle Ulyses G 
Jarrett Clayton 


McCarson Clelo 
McCarson Miss Dolla 


Jarrett James M 


McCarson Miss Eula 


Jarrett Ralph 
Jarrett Thomas C 


McCarson Joseph 
McCarson Mrs Louisa 


Jefferson Alfred, c 


McCarson Monroe M 


Jerrett James M 
Jones John 
Joyner James 


McMurry Miss Maggie 
McQueen Wm 
Mackey Meria, c 


Justice Cromwell, c 


Madden Mary, c 


Justice Dusky, c 
Justice Estah, c 


Mathis James 
May Victor 


Justice Henderson, c 
Justice John, c 
Justice Queen, c 
Kaiser Wm L 
Keston James 


May E G 
May Luther 
May Wm M 

MERRIMON JAMES G 
Miller Miss Hester 


Killian John 
King Columbus, c 


Miller John 
Miller Lawrence 


Knight B C 


Miller Rev S A J, c 


Knight Wiley 


Miller Thomas 



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medium and Upper Grades of Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Satins, Vel- 
vets, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Corsets, Embroideries, Laws, etc. 

H. REDWOOD & CO., 7 and 9 Patton Avenue. 



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WEST ASHEVILLE- Cont'd 


Sheppard Eugene, c 


o 


Miller Wm D 


Sheppard John F 


c 


Mitcham Nelia, c 


Sheppard Milis, c 


o 

a 
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Mitcham Sampson, c 


Sheppard N E, c 


Mitcham Fannie, c 


Sheppard Philis, c 


Moore Deven, c, 


Sheppard Miss Rebecca 




Moore R H 


Sheppard Wm 


Morgan John 


Shook Lawson F 


Morgan Mrs J P 


Shook Maurice 




Musser Albert 


Shook Miss Minnie 




Nelson Mitchell 


Slaughter Kate, c 


r 


Nicherson Arthur 


Smith Dennis 




Nickerson Edgar 


Snider John E 




Orr Margaret E 


Southwick C H 




Orr Porter B 


Southwick Miss Margaret C 


a 


Orr Mrs Sarah L 


Standley Thomas M 




Parks Berry, c, 


Starnes Fulton 


- 


Parks Hiram, c 


Starnes George 




Penland Jessie 


Stroup Edgar 




Penland John C 


Stroup Mrs M G 




Penland Martin 


Sudderth Edward 



Candies. 



A big stock Fruits. Candies, Stationery, 
Cigars and Tobacco, at 
ALLtN'S Fruit and Cigar Store, 

Opposite Post-, tfice. 



Penland Richard 


Swan Jane, c 


Plamondon Miss Adaliade C 


Taylor Miss Darcus 


Plamondon Miss Eva Estelle 


Taylor G M 


Plamondon Miss Ida R 


Taylor Miss Mattie 


Plamondon Narcisus 


Taylor Maurice 


Pounders Miss Lillie 


Taylor Melvin 


Pressley James 


Taylor Newton 


Pressley Lewis H 


Tedford David C 


Quinn Joseph P 


Tedford John M 


Quinn Wm 


Tedford Milton M 


Radford Lorin 


Thomas Knight 


Reuter Joseph 


Tiddy Miss Elizabeth 


Reynolds Mrs D M 


Tiddy Robert C 


Reynolds James R 


Warren Benjamin 


Reynolds Wm A 


Williams John, c 


Roberson Samuel, c, 


Williams Lee J, c 


Robinson Thomas, c 


Wills Rufus, c 


Robinson Wm, c 


Worley Miss Edith 


Sexton John 


Worley Mrs R M 


Sheppard Alfred, c 


Worley Wm M 


Sheppard Miss Celia 


Wright Miss Lillie 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

Telephone 95. 43 WEST COLLEGE STREET. 



WHITE G. SMITH, Ph.G., f 6 ° Patton l «"■ 

Pharmacist and Chemist. I Avenue. J |JpongeS. 



401 



WEST ASHEVILLE— Cont'd 

Wright Miss Mary 

Wright Miss Mattie 

Wright Simon 

Wright Wm 

Yarbrough Taylor 



Yawber Lonney 
Young Ada, c 
Young George, c 
Young James, c 
Young Wm, c 



WOOLSBY. 



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Barnard Hezekiah E 
Cooper C S 
Edwards A B 
Fenner Charles 
Goodrich Mrs Harriet 
Gulliner H J 
Havener Wm 
Kimberly David 
Kimberly John 
Kimberly Miss Mary 



LONG, Mayor. 

LONG T B 

Moore Bascom 
Ray Mrs A C 
RayJM 
Reed James 
Robertson John 
Walser Frederick T 
Weaver W T 
Westall J 
Wilson Horace 



WiirHPW Cr WITT SI BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, 

f f A.U Ll Li II tV ¥ ¥ 1 I J lira* Office 32 & 34 Patton Ave., Asheville, N. C. 

Contractors for Public Buildings, Churches, Theatres, and large works only. 

««- Telegraphic Code, A, B, C. 



King Miss Bertha 
King Horace L 
King Miss Pearle 
Lashley David A 



Wilson Wm 
Woolsey Miss Alice 
Woolsey Charles W 



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At MORGAN' 



-TORE 



Visitors and everybody else will find a full line of stylish 
Stationery and latest Books andjBchool Supplies. 

J. N. IIORGAN <& CO., Proprietors, 

No. 3 West Court Square. 



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When you need only the best WINE, WHISKEY, BEER and BRANDIES, call at 

10 North Main Street, 

7 and 7% West College Street, 
»! FRANK O'DONNELL, Propr. 



« lltll >'>U 1ICCU "HIV II1C UC31 niHU | UMiJiM.", 

The Carolina Wine & Liquor Stores, 



4°4 Asheville City Directory. 

J. P SAWYER, President. OTIS M. COXE, Vice-President. J. E. RANKIN, Cashier. 

Battery Park Bank, 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Capital, - « $100,000. 

Surplus and Undivided Profits, $20,000. 



Transacts a General Banking Business. 



Rents Boxes in its Fire-Proof Vaults at 
Reasonable Rates. 

Pratt & Lambert Varnishes. 



No. 110 Cabinet for Interior. „ 
Spar Finishing for Outside. 



Dexter Bros.' Shingle Stains. 



Philadelphia aud Boston Brick Co.'s Mantels. 

W. H. LAMBERT, Agt. - 33 Patton Ave. 



Asheville City Directory. 



403 




J.V.SEVIER, 

LIVERY, 

FEED and SALE STABLES 



O^tll Pliono QS 

For nice Carriages, Buggies and new turnouts of all descriptions. 
Prompt attention given to all calls. 

Drivers polite and well posted in regard to the most pleasant drives 
for tourists. 

83 S. 3MLj3lHST STREET, 

Aslievillc, 3*3". O- 

THE ALDINE, . „ 

B y Miss Fannie Fullam. 

No. 53 COLLEGE STREET, 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
Located on street car line in center of the city. 
Convenient to churches and public buildings. 
First-class accommodations. 
Rates reasonable. 




ELECT BOARDING 



MRS. A. GRAVES, 

OF ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. 

All modern conveniences. 

Five minutes' walk from post-office. 

99 Haywood, ASHEYILLE, N. C. 



404 Asheville City Directory. 

pRENCH BAKERY' 

W. A. JAMES, Jr., Prop. 

Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc. 

Free Delivery. Rawls Block, No. 51 College St. 

Asheville, JST. O. 

CALL AND SEE ME ^ 

Wo Do Justice, 

Carriage Maker and Blacksmith, 

COLLEGE STREET, ASHEVILLE, N. Q. 

REPA1RM, PAINTING AND HOiiSE-S HOEiM ARE SPECIALTIES, 

P. E. EVERHART, 

Carriage and Wagon Manufacturer ani Repairer. 

ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST-CLASS. 

26 COLLECE STREET, 

AQuci/n i rr N . c. 

EurekaTaint Co. 

CARRIAGE AND 5IQN PAINTINQ. 

The Best Done in This Section of the State. 
The Highest Grade of Material Used. . . . 

F. W. GRAFTON, Manager, 

.153 MARKET STREET. 



Asheville City Directory. 405 

Five Jiinutes of Your Time, Please. 
1 am — <* 



E>. COFFIJV, 

Auctioneer and Loan Broker. 

Special attention paid to sales of household goods, etc., and 
personal and real estate. Always ready to serve the public. 

Office and Residence, 31 Haywood Street. 
A T 17^ PATTON AVENUE 

(Phone 251) second floor, next to Battery Park Bank, 

A SHEVILLE, N. C, 

Ladies will find the PERFECT FIT DRESSMAKING PARLORS. 
Everything in the line of ladies' and children's wear cut and fitted on scien- 
tific and hygienic principles. Perfect fit and workmanship guaranteed or 
value of goods refunded. No charge for consultation and advice. 

ZMZIKS. _iL_- "XT. CALZIEELL 

Fashionable Dress and Cloalcmaker, 

Measurements and fitting at patron's home will be charged for extra and in propor- 
tion to time required and expense incurred in transfer. 

BATTERY PARK 

PHARMACY, 

Paragon BmSldfling, Opposite Post=office. 

Everything new. Patronage most respectfully- 
solicited. Prescription compounding a specialty. 

J. TAYLOR. AMISS, Manager. 



ASHEVILLE 

BOWLING ALLEY, 

18 Lexington Ave. B. M. ORR, Proprietor. 
Open from 7:30 a. m. until 12 m. 



406 Asheville City Directory. 

The New York Pawnbrokers' Store. 

We receive daily from the New York Pawnbrokers Jewelry, 
Watches, Diamonds, Musical Instruments, Cutlery, at very low 
prices. We also handle a large assortment of Men's and Boys' 
Clothing and Furnishings, Shoes, Hats, etc. 

H. FREIDENBERG & CO., 26 North Main. 

MATTRESS FACTORY. 

Mattresses Renovated, Disinfected 
and Made to Order. 

Satisfaction guaranteed. ; ^ 

Keferences if desired. £, S. HALL, Proprietor, 

234 PATION AVENUE. 

Offices 11 and 12 Sondley building, cor. Patton Avenue and Church St. 

Heavy building and fire-proof construction a specialty. Designs prepared 
for Colleges, Churches, Court Houses, Jails and Private Buildings of every 
description. Detail drawings, specifications and estimates of cost furnished 
with all plans. 

P. O. Box 551. Telephone 134. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

ROYAL DIARRHEA CURE 

Is a Certain and Safe Cure 

For Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Bloody Flux, and all painful affections 
of the Stomach and Bowels. 

The proprietor has so much confidence in the merits of this remedy 
that he guarantees it to do as recommended. 

25 Cents per Bottle. Phone 5. 

MANUFACTURED ONLY BY ... * < ' ' < > < • — ' 

C. A. RAYSOR, Druggist, 31 Patton Avenue. 



— . — . , — , — 



W. A. HEMPHILL, Z. D. HARRISON, 

President. Vice-President. 



GEO. W. HARRISON. 

Gen 'I Manager. 



... THE FRANKLIN ... 

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING 

... COMPANY ... 



The Largest 

and 
Best Equipped 

Printing 

Establishment 

in the South. 




65, 67, 69, 71 Ivy St., 



Railroad, 

Banking 

and 

Commercial 

— — 

Printing. 



ATLANTA, GA. 



GEO. W. HARRISON, 

State Printer, Secretary and General Manager. 

printers, Binders and BeetFotypers. 

LAW BOOK PUBLISHERS. 

Blank: Books Made to Order. 
. . PHYSICIANS' AND DENTISTS' PRINTING A SPECIALTY . . 



Write for prices, or see us, before placing your orders elsewhere. 



® 



Telephone 98 and your orders will have Prompt Attention. 



408 



Asheville City Directory. 



.THE 



Berkeley Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, 

C. W. 5TIKELEAT HER, 

PROPRIETOR. 





Give us a trial and you will try us again. 
Rear Berkeley Hotel. ,c =" PHONE 



A. TRIEFIELD, 

Jobaeeo /T^apufa^tdrer, 

And dealer in Cigars, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco 

and Pipes. 

CIGARS MADE TO SUIT THE TASTE. QQ N . Main St. 



j\s\)e\j\\\e Dray ^ompapy, 

RILE M. RAMSEY, Proprietor. 

Transfer, Drayage, Heavy Hauling a Specialty. 
ii N. W. COURT SQUARE. 




eville City Directory. 



409 



OTIS M. COXE, Vice-President. J. E. RANKIN, Cashier. 

y Park Bank, 

HEVILLE, N. C. 

$100,000. 

d Undivided Profits, $20,000. 



Transacts a General Banking Business. 



Rents Boxes in its Fire-Proof Vaults at 
Reasonable Rates. 



Use 



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Pratt & Lambert Varnishes. 



No. 110 Cabinet for Interior. 
Spar Finishing for Outside. 



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ros.' Shingle Stains. 

ud Boston Brick Co.'s Mantels. 

RT, Agt. - 33 Patton Ave. 




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19 PATTON AVENUE V 

GENTS' FIHE FURNISHINGS, / 

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Trade 




^p, REMOVED TO- 

Cor, Patton 
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FIB 

LEkOmG JEWELED AND OF 

We <io in our own Bhops in AskaTtlle Jewelry Mai 

I pairing, Complicated Watch Work, Fine Engraving j 

tag. Presentation Medals, Society Fins an£ Charms*] 

/Bolishing of Freeions Stones* 

I* Rings of all Styles to order, Artistm Stone Mountings, 
newing* Raised Monogram and Bangle Work, Optical 
Souvenir Work in Gold and /Silver.