(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Greensboro (Guilford County, N.C.) city directory, 1899-1900"









O F G R. E H. N 3 i:< ( j R, O , N 



Oipitar (Fall! Op) 2SJ,00J0. Siirpkis. "llbmMk 



im i,n 1 



a- General Fi 



■ K:;i, V,-Fres. JJAVil? 'WXITE. Sec. & Treas 












Ah 



ST -S5.JSHED 1S68. 



>I>AC 






, sterling; Silver m 

t Official Wavch laspsctor for S.ontkera j 
j asid the AUaatic Coasi :Uae Si'ys. : ■ || 



ivJ- 






EMMETT M. CALDCI.EUGII. 



ROBERT A. L'ALDCLEUGH. 



GALDGLEUGH & BRO. 

Crockery, Glassware, Tinware 




III., 'ililiiilii<n!|ii!!liiiii 




TheFi 



219 



Foi 



MA\L 



Public Library 
Greensboro, North Carolina 




BOODS. 
SETS, 

;s. 



oods 



^/ o 



NORTH CAROLINA 
COLLECTION 

N.C. . . 

Ch',^ 517, 56 Arrp^.;;nn 118072 

Greensboro 

Author 

S "! " I II II IM III MI II MIIIIIIMIIIMIIILI NM I I M i ni Mil I I 1 1 N 1 1 1 M M iTTm 1 1 M 1 1 1^ 



COOKING AND HEATING STOVES, 
HOLLOW-WARE, FEED CUTTERS, 
PLOWS AND PLOW CASTINGS. 

^p*' fl^*' ^pw ^^W' ^Jw 



^ 

^ 




sirs 



a 







^atehi Aii^trons a Specialty. 



^f^y. 



Aj> 



I 



7 



vA 



O 



.J-IENRY HUNTER- 

tf) f^"" Staple and Fancy Groceries 
'% ^ and Country Produce. . . . 




JX 

V 



Housekeepers will do well to give me a call 

AH orders receive personal attention. \^y^ ^3^ ^ 

Satisfaction guaranteed. PRa^RiEXOR 

Sunnyside Market Garden. 




122-4 S. DA^ 

AND 123 E. SYCAMORE. 



Greensboro Sasti and Blind Co. 




MANUFACTURERS OF 



ORSL SASH, BLINDS, 

^ ' no^ulding, Brackets 



AND DEALERS IN- 



ALL KINDS OF PINE LUMBER. 



202 

Lewis Street. 







GREENSBORO, N. C. 



JAMES F. YATES 

Roofing and Tobacco Flues a Specialty. 

TIN ROOFER AND GALVANIZED IRON WORKER. 

^^ ft^* 6^* 

Estimates Cheerfully Furnished on Application. 

EAST WASHINGTON, NEAR ELM. 

D. B. T/INCET 

Fresh Beef, Mutton, Yeal, Lamb, Pork, 

PAN AND LINK SAUSAGE, AND FISH. 



StaJI No. 2, City Market. 

Phone No. 45. 



Special attention given to all orders, which will be filled 
with the best selected meats. 



D. HO WELL 



ANb 



''""ri™r.,rr..„. ^ «^» N»- « Ci.y Market. 

]V[eAdoo Ho^se 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Perfect 9^ Heuu 

Appointments. t^ Management. 

Elegant Sample Eooms Free. 
Free Bus Meet all Trains. 



. . . PERKINS & HALL, Proprietors. . . 



VOLUME V. 



TVVALOINEVS 



•^ *^ ^^^f^^^ ^^ ^^^ "^^ ^^ "^^ p^^ "Tf^ ipfz z^ z^ ~:t 




GREENSBORO, N. C. 
City Directory 



THE MALONEY DIRECTORY CO., 
ATLANTA, GA., 

PROPRIETORS AND PUBLISHERS. 



MEMBER OF 



^J- 



SOLD BY 

SUBSCRIPTION 

ONLY. 




SUBSCRIPTION 

PRICE, 
$3.00. 



ll^ONTAINING an Alphabetically Arranged List of Business Firms and 
^^ Private Citizens ; a Classified List of all Trades, Professions and Pur- 
■^ suits ; a Street and Avenue Directory in numerical order of heads of 
households ; an Appendix Directory of the City, County and State Officers, 
Public and J'rivate Schools, Churches, Banks, Secret and Benevolent Societies^ 
Incorporated Companies, Eailway Stations, Distances, Etc. 

style, Design and Arrangement of this Directory Copyrighted 1899 by the Maloney Directory Co. 

(All Eights Reserved.) 




J. M. CUKNINGHAM C. D. CUNNINGHAM 

CUNNINGHAM BROS. 




BEST GRADE- 



ANTHRACITE 
BITUMINOUS 

cjf^ uUMLi I I I ■ I 

WOOD, ALL SIZES. 

Phone No. 8. 



W. J. TEAGUE, President. C. W. PETTY, Sec'y and Treas. 

EAGLE FOUNDRY CO. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



Coal and Wood Heating Stoves. 

Andirons, ) General FOUndry ( Hollow-Ware, 

Plows, I .pjn J P'ow Casting, 

Grate Bars, f ) Sasii Weights, 

Feed Cutlers, j Machine Work. ( iron Guttering. 



MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS FOR 



Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Shafting, Etc. 

All classes of Repair Work. High Grade Mill and 
Machine Casting a Specialty. 

BRASS CASTING AN1> NICKBE^ PLATING. 

Correspondence Solicited. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LEADING BUSINESS HOUSES OF GREENSBORO. 



Adams & Douglas 116 & 299 

Alderman, left center lines. 

Allen House (The) 117 

Ashe. College for Girls and Young 

Women, opp 298 

A. & W. P. Ry., opp 112 

Bain, W. 0., right center lines. 
Beasley, W. C, left bottom lines. 

Benedict, Geo. H. & Co 305 

Bingham's School, Asheville, opp. . 314 
, Boycott, 0. D., right bot lines and 126 
' Boyd, Waddell & Co., inside back 
i cover. 

I Bradshaw & Newlin 127 

i Brooks, R. W ■. 129 

Brown House, opp 145 

Brown Mercantile Co., left side 
lines. 

Bynum, Bynum & Taylor 182 

Byrd, J. A 133 

Caldcleugh & Bro., inside front 
I cover. 

\ Cape Fear Mfg Co., right top lines. 
>Carr, O. W. & Co., right center 

lines and opp 225 

Oartland, H. H 135 

Central Hotel, Charlotte, back fly- 
leaf. 
Clegg, W. F. & Bro, right top lines. 

Coleman, J. H 139 

Cunningham Bros, opp preface. 
Eagle Foundry, back cover and opp 
\ preface. 

\Fariss Pharmacy, left center lines. 
Fielder & Mower, Atlanta, opp . . . 240 
Franklin Prtg. & Pub. Co., At- 
lanta 320 

Glascock, G. T. & Son, inside front 
cover. 

Greensboro Evening Telegram 322 

Greensboro Furniture Co., opp . . . 209 
Greensboro Ice and Coal Co., left 
center lines. 

Greensboro National Bank 156 

Greensboro Patriot 157 

Greensboro Pressing Club, left side 

lines and 158 

Greensboro Sash and Blind Co., 

front fly-leaf. 
Greensboro Steam Laundry, right 

bottom lines. 
Greensboro Telephone Exchange, 

opp.... 224 

Griffith, J. W.,Dr 159 

Guilford Lumber Mfg Co., right 
i center lines. 

'Hague - McCorkle, left bottom 
( lines. 

■ Hatch, Jas. M 163 

Holdt & Bullington, Atlanta, opp.. 315 
Holton, C. E., right top lines. 

Hopkins House 114 

Hotel Clegg, right top lines and . . . 167 

Hotel Jackson, opp 128 

Howard's (Mrs.) Book Store 168 

Howell, D., front fly-leaf. 
Hunter, Henry, front fly-leaf. 



8 
191 



299 



195 



Iron Mountain Route, opp 198 

King & Kimball 175 

L. &N. R. R., opp 176 

Mansion House, Greenville, opp. ... 129 
Matthews, Will H. & Co., left top 

lines. 
Matthews & Hammer, right top 

lines. 
McAdoo House, front fly-leaf and 184 
McClamroch Bros., left top lines. 
Merritt, J. H., right bottom lines. 
Moncrief Furnace Co., Atlanta . . 
Murray Bros., left top lines and. 
Newell, M. G. & Co., inside back 

cover. 
Normal & Collegiate Institute for 
Young Women, Asheville, opp.. 
North Carolina Christian Advocate, 194 
Odell Hardware Co., left side lines. 

Orzali, John 

Penn Mutual Life, right bottom 

lines. 
Phoenix, John J., left top lines. 
Phoenix & Aiken, left top lines. 
Pomona Terra Cotta Co., right bot- 
tom lines. 

Pulaski House, Savannah, opp 144 

Rankin, Ghisholm, Stroud & Rees, 
left bottom lines. 

Reece & Elam 204 

Rice, Tom, Jewelry Co., right cen- 
ter lines. 

St. Sing, G. W 

Scales, A. M 

Schiffman Jewelry Co, back fly-leaf. 

Scott, W. J. & Co., opp 

Settle, Thomas 

Southern Loan and Trust Co., opp 80 
Southern Ry., right side lines and 

opp 

Southern Stock-Mutual Ins. Co., 

opp 

Southern Tobacco Co.. back fly- 
leaf and right side lines. 
State Normal & Indus'l College of 

N. C, opp 96-97 

Stedman, CM 217 

Stone, Jos. J 219 

Temple, J. T., opp 224 

Texas & Pacific Railway, opp 192 

Thomas, C. F 223 

Union Furniture Co., opp 225 

Van Lindley, J., Nursery Co., right 
bottom lines. 

Vanstory, C. P 227 

Vanstory, C. M. & Co., left side 

lines. 
Ward, Gaston W., right side lines. 
AVest, Jas. II., back fly-leaf. 

White, W. H 288 

Wingate, B. L., left center lines 

and 286 

Wood House 237 

Wyche, J. E., Dr 239 

Yancey, D. B., front fly-leaf. 
Yates, J. F., front fly-leaf. 
Young, John A., left bottom lines. 



208 
209 

209 
80 



208 



81 




r 

I 
i 



151 






I 




g ^ippj'-vfiii^v;!!!;;:^^^^ 



Prefatory. 




*» 



The Malouey Directory Company present to the 
citizens of Greensboro and public in general their 1899- 
1£00 Greensboro City Directory, with the firm belief that 
in point of information, reliability and completeness it 
will give entire satisfaction and reflect credit upon the city. In 
the canvass for the names of the citizens we have followed the 
rule adopted in all other cities in which we publish, i. e., we did 
not stop at the city limits proper or any imaginary line, but have 
embraced all the territory, viz. : Pomona, Proximity, Jonesboro, 
Jacksonville, Warnersville, etc., and all other territory tributary 
to the city. We find the nearest average number throughout 
the different streets of the city, to each name occupying space in 
the directory to be " three " to the white population and three 
and one-half to the colored (the average used in nearly all cities 
in the South). 

We have recorded from A to Z of the general directory (both 
white and colored), 6,370 names. Consequently, at the average 
stated above, Greensboro has to-day a population (including 
suburbs) of 19,110. 

In conclusion, we beg to return our most cordial thanks to 
those who have so generously given us their support, and to them 
we hereby dedicate this work. To the public generally who have 
kindly aided us in getting up the data, etc., we return our ac- 
knowledgments. To our patrons and the public in general, we 
promise to make each succeeding volume of The Maloney 
Directory Co.'s Greensboro City Directory more worthy of com- 
mendation and patronage, and we will issue it as often as of actual 
necessity. 

Respectfully, 

THE MALONEY DIRECTORY CO., 

Proprietors and Publishers. 



Wm, M. Keksh, Manager. 



feS k,ifflk,'.iillfeiill^^^ 



118072 




si Following H 



SI Following Hotels are Recommended by the Publishers of ^ 
this Directory as First Class. 



BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



HOTEL MORRIS 

C. N. NABB, Proprietor. 
European Plan. Strictly First Class, 

" MACON, GA. 



BROWN HOUSE 

T. C. PARKER, Proprietor. 
Opposite Union Depot. The best 
and most centrally located hotel in 
Macon. 



AUGUSTA, GA. 



COMMERCIAL HOTEL 

L,. P. PETTIJOHN, Proprietor. 

European Plan. Special attention 

given to Commercial Men and 

Theatrical People. 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 



HOTEL FLEMING. 

Everything new and First Class. 
Rooms^i.oo to^i.50. European Plan. 
Mrs. W. Y. Davenport, Prop. 



MANSION HOUSE 

A. A. GATES, Propr. Rates $2 and $2 50 
per day. Eeading Hotel of the city and 
has been for sixty-three years. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



ARLINGTON HOTEL 

The most famous House in Char- 
lotte, under new permanent manage- 
ment. Rates $2.00. Special Rates to 
Commercial Men. 

W..A. FOIL, Proprietor. 

' COLUMBUS, GA. 






RANKIN HOUSE 

Rates $2.50 to ^3.50 per day. Head- 
quarters for Commercial Men. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
YARBOROUGH HOUSE 

R. B. RANEY, Lessee. 
L. T. BROWN, Manager. 



iJ:^ 



RALEIGH, N. C- 



THE CARROLLTON 

W. L. GILBERT, Lessee. 
Rates S2.00 to g;V00 per day. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



NEW HOTEL BERKELEY 

Centrally Located, on Car Line. 

' Equally Desirable for Tourist and 

Commercial Trade." 

FRANK LOUGH RAN, Proprs. 

FORT SMITH, ARK. 



HOTEL MAIN 

LAWRENCE MIVELAZ, Propr. 

Accommodations First Class. Head- 
quarters for Commercial Men. 

GAINESVILLE, TEX. 



HUCKINS HOUSE 

J. HUCKINS, Jr., Manager. 
The Leading Hotel. 

DENISON, TEX. 



STATE HOTEL 

CASE & AVERY, Proprs. 

Located in Central part of City. 

Favorite Hotel for Commercial Men. 

SHREVEPORT, LA. 



LINDSAY HOUSE 

Leading Hotel of Gainesville. if 

D. McGR.WV, Proprietor. 

TEXARKANA, ARK 



PHENIX HOTEL 

FORNEY & TRAMMELL, Props. 
Headquarters for Commercial Men 

GAINESVILLE, TEX. 



TURNER COTTAGE [f 

EDGAR TURNER, Manager. r 
Everything First Class. Ik 



^rs 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Abbreviationg 5 

Alphabetical List of Names (White).. 115 

240 
Alphabetical List of Names (Col- 
ored) 241-297 

Appendix 65-80 

Banks and Bankers 78 

Building and Loan Associations 79 

Business Directory 299-319 

Cemeteries 75 

Church Directory 72 

City Government 69 

Courts 68 

County Government 68 

Educational 71 

Electric Light Companies 79 

Express Companies 80 

Fire Department 70 

General Directory (White) 115-240 

General Directory (Colored) 241-297 



Hospitals and Infirmaries 75 

Hot Springs, Ark 33-40 

Immigration Association 78 

Insurance Companies 79 and 309 

Newspapers 79 

Places of Amusement, Public Build- 
ings, etc.. 77 

Police Department 70 

Post-office Department 66 

Private Schools 72 

Public Schools 71 

Railroads 80 

Schools and Colleges 72 

Secret Societies 76 

Societies, Clubs, etc. 76 

Street and Avenue Directory 81-114 

State Government of North Carolina 67 

Telegraph, and Telephone Cos 80 

United States Government 65 

United States Local Officials 65 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

The asterisk, thus ('■'), opposite name denotes married. Numbers in parenthesis, thus (418) 
denote such number appears on tlie liouse, but tlie one preceding it is the correct one. 



ah above 

acct accountant 

add addition 

adv advertisement 

agt agent 

agrl agricultural 

al, alley 

appr apprentice 

asst assistant 

atty attorney 

ave avenue 

bartr bartender 

bds boards 

bet between 

bkpr bookkeeper 

bldg building 

blksmith blacksmith 

blk block 

brkmn brakeman 

(c) colored 

earp carpenter 

elk clerk 

CO company 

collr collector 

com mer commission mer- 

cliant 

condr conductor 

confr confectioner 

contr contractor 

cor corner 

cott cotton 

dep deputy 

dept department 

dist district 

div Division 

do same 

E or e east 

emp employee 

engr engineer 



es eastside 

exp exjaress 

flgmn flagman 

frt freight 

genl eeneral 

hdqrs headquarters 

hsekpr housekeeper 

ins insurance 

inspr inspector 

iunc junction 

lab laborer 

laund laundress 

mchst machinist 

mclit merchant 

m m master mechanic 

mdse merchandise 

mess messenger 

mech mechanic 

mfg manufacturing 

nafr manufacturer 

mkr .maker 

inkt market 

mgr manager 

N or n north 

ne , northeast 

nr near 

ns northside 

nw northwest 

off office 

opp opposite 

opr operator 

pass passenger 

photgr photographer 

pliys physician 

plbr plumber 

P. O.. post-office 

pres president 

princ principal 

propr proprietor 



proprss proprietress 

ptr printer 

pubr publi.^her 

r residence 

rd road 

ret retail 

Rev Reverend 

rms rooms 

R. M. S Railway Mail Service 

rpr repairer 

R. R railroad 

Ry railway 

S or s south 

se southeast 

secy secretary 

servt servant 

slmn salesman 

slsdy saleslady 

Ss southside 

So Ry Southern Railway 

S. A. L Seaboard 

Air Line 

at , , street 

steno ...stenographer 

St. Ry street railway 

supt superintendent 

sw southwest 

tchr teacher 

tel telegraph 

tkt ticket 

trav agt traveling agent 

treas treasurer 

W or w west 

whol wholesale 

wid widow 

wks works 

w8 westside 

W. B West Bnd 

yd yard 



"IL 



T7- -^-"l 

/ 







^ 



IV Following Hotels are Recommended by the Publishers of 

V this Directory as First Class. 



HOT SPRINGS, ARK. 



ARLINGTON HOTEL 

S. H. STITT, Pres., LYMAN T. 
HAY, Mgr. 
Open all the year round. Illus- 
trated pamphlet sent on application. 

HOT SPRINGS, ARK. 



AVENUE HOTEL 

A. R. Smith, Pres. & Mgr. Re- 
modeled and Refitted throughout. 
Rates furnished upon application. 

^ CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



CENTRAL HOTEL 

SPERRY & LUCAS, Proprs. 
W. B. Sperry, Mgr., late of Macon, Ga. 
Accommodations First Class. Head- 
quarters for Commercial Men. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



THE BATTERY PARK 

E. M. McKISSICK, Manager. 

Leading Hotel of Asheville. 

RATES S2.50 AN D UP. 

ANNISTON, AEA. 



WILMER HOTEL 

VINCENT & RAUUL, Proprs. 
Rates $2.00 per day. 

SHERMAN, TEXAS. 



BINKLEY HOUSE 

FRANK ELLSWORTH, Propr. 
The Leading Hotel of Sherman. 

ASHEVIIvIvE, N. C. 



KENILWORTH INN 

L. A. KITTREDGE, Manager. 

Open Throughout the Year. 
Write for Booklet. 

ATLANTA, GA. 



KIMBALL HOUSE 

JOSEPH THOMPSON, Proprietor. 
GEO. W. SCOVILLE, Manager. 
.American Flan, S2 50 o S5.00 per day. 
^ European Plan, Si.oo to S3. 00 per day. 
( Headquarters for Commercial Men. 



AUGUSTA, GA. 



ARLINGTON HOTEL 

BRYAN LAWRENCE, Propr. 
Strictly First Class. Rates ^2.50 to 
$4.00. Headquarters for Commer- 
cial Men. Large Sample Rooms. 

ANNISTON, ALA. 



THE CALHOUN 

R. H. FORMAN, Proprietor. 

Headquarters for Commercial Men. 

"Sample Rooms." 

HOT SPRINGS, ARK. 



HOTEL PULLMAN 

$12.50 per week and up. Accom- 
modations First Class. Immediately 
opposite the principal Bath Houses 
and Government Reservation. 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 



THE NEW WINDSOR 

D. P. WEST, PROPRIETOR. 
Rates 32.50 per day. Opposite Union 
Depot. 

ATLANTA, GA. 



HOTEL ARAGON 

American and European Plan. Rates 
$1.50 to $3 and $3 to $S per day. 

MOBILE, ALA. 



BATTLE HOUSE 

Cuisine and Service First Class. 

Rates $2.50 to $5.00 per day. 

COLUMBIA, S. C. 



THE COLUMBIA 

M. F. NIXON, Proprietor. 
Rates $2.50 per dav. 



MONTGOMERY, ALA. 



EXCHANGE HOTEL 

D. P. WEST, Proprietor. 

Leading Hotel of the City. 

Rates $3.00 per day. 



MONCRIEF FURNACE CO 



MANUFACTURERS OF THE ONLY 



]VEja.iD3E: iixr the soxtth. 



The Most 

ECONOIVilCAL 
And Most 

POWERFUL 
Heater on the 
Market. 



Hot Water 
Connection at 
Small Cost. 




The- 

ONLY 

FURNACE 
That is 

Guaranteed to be 
Smoke and 

Gas 

Tight. 



Burns hard and soft coal, coke and wood, successfully. They are low 
and can be placed in any cellar. If you have no cellar, we can make one. 

ESTIMATES FURNISHED 
On Heating and Ventilating all Kinds of Buildings. 

Write for catalogue — we want you to have a copy. 



OUR FURNACE IS THE BEST. 
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. 



MONCRIEF FURNACE CO. 



PHONE 1712. 



ATLANTA, CA. 



r 




^■hiX^^-ii-U^^ 



TheCai<l5bAd Of America 

Owiied by -tl^^e 

(Jnifed Sfafes Goverriment 

arid undf^p its dipeef supepvisior]. 

.^.^Z"'/' ' On April 20th, 1832, the United States 

J? ^ . '■'■^r-'" government, by Act of Congress, set apart 

^ \^: - and dedicated to the people of the United 

States, 2,560 acres of land at Hot Springs, 
Ark., as a National Reservation, not to be 
entered, located or appropriated for any 
other purpose than its development into 
a great American sanitarium of the first 
-.^_ j'^3» rank, where those afflicted with disease 
j^j?^^^^ could find relief, and be cared for during 
Vjj.'*^^» their stay in a manner commensurate 
"^ ■ ' with their condition in life. There were 
at first many obstacles in the way of a 
'successful accomplishment of this pur- 
~pose, by no means the least of which was 
the absence of necessary transportation 
facilities. The establishment of direct 
railroad connection with all parts of the 
country, in 1874, disposed of this difficulty, 
however, and since that time the develop- 
ment of Hot Springs has been rapid, sub- 
, , stantial and even wonderful. In fact this 

charming resort of the Ozarks is, today, the peer -of any health resort of the Old 
vVorld and immeasurably the superior in every respect of any of its American con- 
temporaries. 

The pre-eminence of the Hot Springs of Arkansas is due to the following facts: 

1. The unquestionad value of the waters, which is recognized the world over 
and proven by three-quarters of a century of practical results. 

2. The official endorsement of the United States government, which owns these 
springs, and, through its properly appointed officials, superintends and directs the 
distribution of the waters, regulates the method of using them, and even fixes the 
nif.ximum charges for their enjoyment, thereby protecting the people from extor- 
tion and placing the me^-n? of relief within the reach of everyone. It should b« 




noted also, In this connection, that the government has erected and maintains on 
the Reservation, for the benefit of its invalid soldiers and sailors the most thor- 
onhiy equipped army and navy hospital on the fare of the globe. It has also ex- 
penaed, and is now expending, vast sums of monev in improving and beautifying 
the reservation, transforming the surroundings into a delightful park, with every 
accessory of beautiful scenery, superb drives and unlimited facility for recreation 
and amusement. 

3. The matchless climate. Nestled among the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, 
in latitude 34 degrees and 31 minutes north, and at an altitude ot about 1,000 feet 
above sea level, the climnte of Hot Springs challenges oomnarison with that of 
any resort in the worlrl. The skies are as clear and beautiful as those of Italy, while 
the temperature never reaches an extreme in either direction which renders it un- 
comtortable. The surrounding hills and mountains are covered with a dense growth 
of luxuriant forest trees, among which the pine largely predominates, its balsamic 
aroma contributing materially to the purity and healthfulness of the air. It is the 
home of the mistletoe and of the holly. 

4 The moderate altitude. At a"ll health resorts the question of altitude 
Is a most vital one. If too low, the danger of malaria is ever present, a most se- 
rious one to those weakened by the ravpges of disease, if too high, the well known 
effect of high altitudes in ouickening the respiration and the action of the heart, 
pesents a complication to be dreaded even more than the effe-t of malaria, and 
especially is this true where hot baths are administered, as such baths themselves 
produce exactly similar results, which, when intensified by the atmospheric condi- 
tions referred to, form a combination that faw invalids can successfully resist. It 
Is a fact, recognized by life insurance coiripanies, that the respiration whirh in a 
mod"erate altitude is considered normal at from eighteen to twentv-two per minute, 
Is increased to a normal of from twenty-five to twent^r-eisrht in high altitudes; also 
tbat the heart's action keeps pace in oroport'on with the respiration. Another 
thing, the humidity of the atmosphere in a moderate altitude ranges from sixty-five 
TO seventy-five, while in a high altitude it is reduced to from thirty-five to forty- 
five, with the result that a person emerging from a hot bath in the former takes 
fioin thirty-five to forty minutes to eool off, while in the latter, owing to the 
rapid absorption of the moisture by the dry and hungry atmosphere, the process 
occupies but fifteen or twenty minutes, too rapid to be safe and even producing 
deleterious results. For these reasons, in the high mountain resorts, hot baths are 
given only at rare intervals, while at a moderate altitude they may be taken every 
day with advanta.ffe. Hot Springs enjo-s-s the desired happy medium of altitude, and 
In this it is not approached by any other ^meT•ican resort. Its elevation of about 
J .000 feet, and the absence of marshy ground and stagnant water, give absolute free- 
dom from malaria, and while not high enough to affeet to an unhealthy degree the 
action of the respiratory or secretory organs, it does insure a pure, stimulating at- 
mosphere and an agreeable moderation of temperatnre the year round. 

5. It is a resort for all seasons of the vear. The impression has largely pre- 
vailed, especiallv throughout the North and East, that Hot Springs was purelv a 
winter resort. This is dtie, doubtless, to its location in one of the Southern states. 
Nothing, however, could be more erroneous. In fact, it is as an all-the-eyar-round 
resort that Hot Springs is gaining its greatest fame. In his report to the secretary 
of the interior for lf'94, the superintendent of the reservf\tion, Mr. "V^''illiam J. Little, 
says: "I give it as my imqualified opinion that the late soring and summer and the 
e.-iriy fall are the most favorable times to visit Hot Springs for a course of treat- 
m.ept, especially if treatment is desired for rheumatism or any blood disease. Hot 
baths and drinking hot water in hot weather mean sweating, and sweating pro- 
duced by the hot water of Hot Springs means cleansing the system of these diseases 
If they be present, and this may be more readily accomplished in summer than in 
winter.". It must not be Inferred from this that the heat of summer months Is 
opppressive or even unpleasant. The warmest days are always tempered by the 
refreshing mountain breezes which blow constantly, and the nights are invariably 
cool and pleasant. 

Highest temperature for the year 1?94, 94; lowest, 23; mean average for the year, 
72. Total number of clear days.- 298: rainy days, 62; cloudy days without rain, 5. 

Additional evidence that Hot Springs is a desirable summer resort as well as 
winter resort is found in the presence during this season of large numbers of the 
best Southern people from every section of the South, who selert Hot Springs for 
their summer outing in preference to the resorts farther north. The Arlington hotel, 
open the year round, aifords ample and luxurious accommodations at any season, 
and opportunities of amusement and recreation are always presenting themselves. 



FROM DE SOTO TO DIAMOND JO. 

BEING A DISSERTATION ON THE HOT SPRINGS OF ARKANSAS. HISTOR- 
ICAL AND LEGENDARY; WHO FOUND THE SPRINGS; HOW 
THE WATERS BECAME HOT AND WHO LAID THE 
THE RAIL OF THE FIRST ROAD. 

With an empire on which the sun never set Spain was mistress of the world, 
when by right of discovery the American continent was hers, and her claim was 
from pole to pole. Cuba and the islands of the Indies were her naval stations whence 
s;'i"ed her ships carrying explorers and conquistadores to the greater continent which 
all but became hers by eouquest. The empire of the Montezumas had been destroy- 
ed, the kingdom of the Incas demolished, and the country from Mexico to Peru be- 
came Provinces of the realm of Spain and the millions of people were the vassals 
of the Spanish king. Cortez, master of Mexico, and Pizarro in Peru, left in the great 
empire of the north rich fields for adventure and conquest for other feet to tread 
and other hands to gather. As in the countries of the South, so in the North gold 
had been the goal, but there had gone abroad throughout the earth the fame of a 
spring whose waters brought youth to the aged, smoothed the wrinkles Into rosy 
tints again and brought its bathers perpetual boyhood. 

Ponce de Leon heard of these wonderful waters when he came with Columbus, 
he was younger then, gold and adventure had made him a sailor, but in after years. 



when he was governor of Porto Rico and the weight of years had bowed his into 
an old man s form, he bethouglit him of tlie story of the spring of perpetual youth 
and started out to lind it. he sailed with three ships from Porto Rico in March, 
M2, but lazily dallied through the voyage, landing on this island and then on that, 
finally reaching the coast of Florida on the 29th of March, Easter Sunday, Pascua 
.blorida, as the Spaniards call it, and thus gave the state its name. The search 
lor the fountain of the magic waters began at once, the natives led the old don 
a lively chase, up the Oklawaha's crooked course to Silver Spring, where the 
waters were crystal clear and deep enough to float his ships, but their placid sur- 
face was not impartea to the wrinkles of the searcher after youth and beauty. " 

'-Beyond, to the westward, toward the setting sun." was all the Indians would 
teJ, and led the Spaniards to Wakulla, under the shadow of the Tallahasse hills— 
here, too, the waters were beautifully clear, but the swarthy skins were still brown 
when they bathed, and this was not the spring they sought. 

"Beyond, to the westward, toward the setting sun," was still the answer. Disap- 
pointed and discouraged Ponce de Leon returned to his ships and sailed away, re- 
turned again in 1521, was met by hostile savages and in a battle with them received 
a poison arrow that caused his death soon after his return to Cuba. 

Then came DeSoto, a younger man, in search for nothing in particular, but for 
anything he could pick up, not caring whether it was a gold mine or a fountain of 
perpetual youth. He was rich, he had been in Peru with Pizarro and had his share 
in the ransom of Atahualpa, so he could lend money to the king, which he did 
and was made Adelantando of Florida. He was young, but recognized the fact that 
he would be older, and while in search of new honors and adventure, he might find 
gold and incidentally the spring of perpetual youth. 

A quarter of a century had passed since Ponce de Leon came and went when 
Do Soto's ships anchored in Espiritu Santo Bay on the west coast of Florida, the 
bay now called Tampa. They were good Indians at Tampa, but in the interior they 
were bad, and De Soto found that it \\ as to be Peru over again if he was to get 
anything— nothing daunted he set out with his little army of five hundred men and 
two huntireu hoises in the year 1539. It was a Splendid force of men that had 
marched behind De Soto under the banner of King Charles V. of Spain at the mus- 
ter of San Lucar in old Spain, and with the story of Peru fresh in their minds sailed 
away, light hearted, and areamed away the days that passed so slowly on the sum- 
mer seas ere they came to Tampa bay; dreamed of gold, of fortunes made and 
youth renewed— now the long, tedious voyage was over and the march began that 
w&s to make their dreams come true. 

As Cortez found an interpreter on the coast of Mexico in the person of a Span- 
lard held captive by the Indians from a former expedition, so De Soto faund an- 
other, Juan Ortiz, who had for many years been a slave of the Indian king, Hirri- 
higua, but more a devoted slave of King Hirrihigua's daughter, who had saved his 
life, of course, a la Pocahontas, and under whose sweet influences he had learned 
the language of her people. Ortiz became the guide and interpreter of De Soto. 

The Spanish chief had lost none of the cruel disposition evinced in the conquest 
oC the Incas of Peru, and as Oveido says, "was very fond of the sport of killing 
Indians." He made them, men and women, carry his baggage, work about the camp 
and find food for his men and horses, forcing one chief to go as far as the tribe 
of another, then sending him back, but the carriers trudged on until they died; 
I'ence the news of De Soto's coming was not good news, and his path was not 
strewn with roses. 

An old man of "La Louiiane," embracing the territory of Florida, Georgia, part 
oC the Carolinas, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Missouri and Louisiana 
shows the route of De Soto's march. He passed very near Silver Spring and Wa- 
kulla, and must have halted to try the efficacy of the vey beautiful waters of those 
springs, and he may have heard of the gold of Dahlonega, since his route turned 
northeast soon after he passed Wakulla and led him through the hills of north 
Georgia; thence De Soto marched in a southwesterly course and came to Mobile 
bay, where he rested, then going north, leaning westward, made the discovery of 
the Mississippi river at the Chicasaw Bluffs, between Helena and Memphis. 

No gold had been found, but there was news of the fountain of youth, with 
the further information that the waters were hot and that these hot springs were 
just beyond the great river; all preparation was made for their quest. There was 
a grand review of his followers in bergantins made and launched onthe waters of 
the mighty river. It had been more than two years since the muster at San 
Lucar, an ocean had been crossed and a continent traversed in weary marches, half 
hip men had fallen by the way, but the review on the river was a picturesque cele- 
bration of the grand discovery. 

Ortiz was dead, but their adversities' had been a teacher of language to De Soto 
and his soldiers. They crossed the river near the lower Chickasaw Bluff in June, 
lt'41, and pushed into the wilderness of Arkansas. Again there was news of a 
shi-ning metal, and for the time the search for the fountain of youth was forgotten 
and the route of march was northwest; besides, the savages were jealous of their 
knowledge of the hot springs, and it may be that they invented the story of gold, 
as it was found that the "shiningmetal " was only of a baser sort, and the Span- 
iards were led on to the discovery of the lead and zinc mines of Missouri. The 
n.iarch was bitterly opposed by the Indians, whether it was in the direction of the 
healing waters or the shining metal, but more jealously guarded the hot springs, 
and harassed the soldiers at every step. 

DeSoto chose the search for gold rather than the fountain of youth, and 
marched up the bank of the White river; he was led ir;to a wilderness of impene- 
trable swamps where savage Indians lay in ambush at every turn. Near the present 
town of Jacksonport, a bloody battle was fought, in which the Spaniards were de- 
feated; the march south abandoned and a further advance made along the banks 
of the White river and an attempt made to ford it at another point, and, although 
opnosed by a large body of Indians, they were defeated. De Soto rested here a while 
and further news of the gold in the northwest was brought to him, the march to 
the supposed gold fields was resumed and the hot springs for the while forgotten. 
The Indians' gold was only zinc • the course was turned southward again and the ■ 
starch for the spring of the wondrous waters resumed, only to be hindered by the - 
serious sickness of the intrepid leader of the band. 

De Soto fell ill and was taken to the wigwam of a friendly Indian chief. This '■■ 
chief had a daughter whose beauty wats the talk of the forests for miles and miles - 
around about, and as a princess of the blood her hand was sought by the young Y 
chiefs of the tribes far and near, but Ijlelah was a coy maiden, and up to the ar- ii^ 

he 



ler 
nd- 
ies, 
the 



Tii:i - c^^. 



H^R 



rival of De Soto was heart-whole and fancy-free. The pages of history and fic- 
tion are strewn with the wrecks of disappointed hopes of lovers whose barks have 
been cast upon the rocks of a handsome man ill in the house of a sweetheart, and 
the young chiefs looked not with favor on De Soto's indisposition and sojourn in 
the tepee of Ulelah's father. 

De Soto was fair to look upon from an Indian's point of view, and Ulelah was 
smitten with his manly beauty and became at once, ostensibly, his nurse, glad in 
her heart, probably, that the Spaniard was sick, because she knew of a cure that 
was sure; she knew where the hot springs were, and would take him there when 
his illness required it. In the meantime she could be near him, minister to his wants 
and care for him tenderly. While her father searched the forsts for roots and herbs 
with which to brew a healing potion, Ulelah gathered tlowers and brought cool 
water from the brooks near by, thus to cheer him and to cool his fevered brow. De 
Soto's illness lingered, but withal if he had been better he might have lingered long- 
er in these romantic shades and with such a ministering angel. The state of things 
was pleasant for all except Ulelah's lovers, and they dared not speak without the 
old chief's word, for his guest was his friend while he stayed. 

Ulelah told her patient of the wonderful spring in the valley of vapors, the No- 
wa-say-non that the Kanawagas found and took their plague-stricken people to; 
told him how that many years ago when the world was young, the waters of the 
mystic spring where cold in the valley Man-a-ta-ka, the place of peace, where wars 
ceased to be and warriors laid down their bows and arrows to take up their stricken 
brothers and help them to bathe in the waters that the Great Spirit had with his 
warm breath turned from cold to hot for their healing; told him of the peaceful 
■va'.iey where no man was ever slain; no life of bird or beast ever taken; where 
all might come and put down the burden of human ailment. 

Ulelah told De Soto of this and often entreated her father to take him to this 
famous mountain, but still the old chief delayed and Ulelah pleaded all the more; 
at last after many days her favor was granted and the journey commenced. De Soto 
was carried through the forests on a litter, Ulelah walked by his side and pushed 
away the too-obtruding branches that might brush her lover's face; was ever near 
in all the weary walk, to cheer him with her kindly smile and encourage with some 
new story of the wonderful waters that would make him well again. 

At last they came to the valley Man-a-ta-ka, the place of peace, to the springs 
No-way-say-non, the breath of healing. Ulelah brought the water for her lover 
to drink, and the old chief carried him in his arms to the pools of the health-re- 
storing waters, that he might bathe and be well again. Soon De Soto was able to 
walk about under the trees that grow in the valley, leaning, perhaps, somewhat upon 
on Ulelah's pretty shoulder, and walking, perhaps, somewhat near her side as he 
passed around some rugged rock on the mountain side. This was observed partic- 
ularly by a young chieftain, upon whom Ulelah had looked with some favor before 
De Soto came, and who had followed her here and watched with a jealous eye the 
Spaniard's returning strength, till one day with uplifted tomahawk he sprang from 
behind a bowlder and sought to strike his rival dead; the weapon trembled in the 
air, then dropped from his withered, palsied hand, harmless to the ground, ringing 
out the Great Spirit's decree that no ijlood should be shed in this valley of peace. 

The story does not end as in the fairy tale, where "they married and lived happy 
ever afterward." Old Davilla's daughter, De Soto's wife, was far away in old Spain, 
but surtlcientiy near to prevent a pleasant denouement. History leaves us groping in 
the dark as to Ulelah's- fate, and we cannot say whether she married a plumed and 
feathered chieftain or gave to some lofty cliff the name and title of "Lover's Leap," 
from whose top she plunged when, since De Soto went, life was not worth living. 

De Soto had found a spring whose waters, if indeed they were not the waters of 
perpetual youth, were a panacea for all the ills the flesh is heir to, and he hastened 
away to tell the world about it — a wonderful tale, he thought, was his to relate, but 
he was not to come again to his native land — he died on he march and was buried 
beneath the waters of the great river he discovered. His companions took back 
to the civilized world the story of his achievements and recorded for De Soto and 
his intrepid band two of the greatest discoveries in the history of the world — the 
Mississippi river and the Hot Springs, of Arkansas. 

One of the followers of De Soto, a Portuguese calling himself "a Gentleman of 
Elvas," says of his chief: "The governor rested a month in the province of Cayas, 
in which time the horses fattened and thrived more than in other places in a longer 
time, with the great plenty of maize and the leaves thereof, which I think was the 
best that has been seen, and they drank of a lake of very hot water, and somewhat 
brackish." The record shows that in 1541 he was ten days in coming down from 
Caligoa, a village in northwest Arkansas, to the province of Cayas, going from one 
tribe to another, as he had done in all his march from Tampa, probably because 
he could learn nothing from one tribe he went to another, or exhausting the able- 
bodied in carrying his baggage he went to the next for his carriers. 

Thus is the record clear that the white man was at Hot Springs more than three 
hundred and fifty years ago, but there is a lapse in that time of two hundred and 
sixty years, when a survey of the Hot Springs country was made under the direction 
of the United States government by Lewis and Clark, who descended the Mississippi 
to the mouth of the Red River, up that stream to the Ouachita, thence up to Hot 
Springs creek to the Hot Springs.. 

In 1S07 Manuel Prudhomme built the first house at Hot Springs; by 1812 the first 
visitor had arrived; in 1S20 John Millard built a double log cabin for the entertain- 
ment of visitors, which may be called the first hotel at Hot Springs. In 1829 the 
number of visitors began to increase, and in 1830 Asa Thompson erected the first 
bath house and the first real hotel. Though the fame of the waters had brought 
many a health-seeker even as far back as the old Spanish days. 

Many attempts have been made by various and sundry persons to pre-empt the 
lands around Hot Springs, but they h,xve remained the property of the United 
States since the treaty with the Quapan Indians in 1818, and prior to that time, be- 
ing within an Indian reservation, could not be pre-empted, the spurious claims of 
Spanish grants having been repudiated, and under the title obtained from the em- 
peror of France, Napoleon I., in the purchase of Louisiana, the right to the property 
is acknowledged to be vested in the government of the United States. 

On the 20th of April, 1832, Congress passed an act setting apart four sections of 
land, 2,560 acres, as a reservation for the exclusive use of the United States, which 
settled forever all claims or pre-emptions, a decision that a terrible earthquake has 
failed to shake— this is not a simile, but a fact; in 1811 there was a violent earthquake 
near New Madrid, Mo., which submerged some lands belonging to settlers; the gov- 
ernment granted to the losers of the land, warrants to locate on any unoccupied- 



lands that had been surveyed and to which there was no title held by any Indiah 
tribe. 

These warrants were called "New Madrid Floats," were transferable and one of 
ttem having come into the possession of Col. Elias Rector, of St. l^ouis, in 1820, he 
tr.'ed to float it in the waters of Hot Springs, for your St. Louis man is cognizant of 
a valuable article when he percieves it, and to Col. Rector it appeared a safe in- 
vestment in this warrant if he could locate it at this particular spot in the Ozark 
mountains. His plans, however, were not successful; the long and expensive litiga- 
tion did not close until 1S75-6, when the Court of Claims and the Supreme Court 
decided the case in favor of the IJnited States and settled forever all claims to the 
lands of the Hot Springs reservation. The Government owns many reservations 
and parks, thoughout the country, but this is the only one in its class, the only one 
that the government has held as a sanitarium. There ar£ many hot springs, warm 
springs and springs of healing waters within the boundaries of the Ijnited States, 
but they have not been reserved for the people— then the very fact of the reserva- 
tion of the Hot Springs of Arkansas places them pre-eminently above all others. 

In thus preserving the ownership of Hot Springs the government has protected the 
people against all possibility of monopoly, and by discreet regulation establishes a 
competition that tends to prevent extortion that might come under a private control 
—and for her soldiers and sailors has established a great hospital for their ex- 
clusive use. 

It was not until the early '70's that railway communication brought the famous 
sanitarium near enough to civilization to be largely patronized; then it was sixty 
miles from Little Rock, overland by stage to Hot Springs. A little later the great 
Iron Mountain road continued its extension towards Texas, and when it reached 
Malvern the stage ride was reduced to twenty miles ;there was an increase in the 
number of visitors, even with the sixty mile stage ride from Little Rock, and a still 
greater influx when the coaches ran from Malvern. But even then the stages did 
not run every day; there was often a postponement on account of the weather, mud- 
dy reads and swollen streams. 

One day in February, 1S74, three gentlemen came to Malvern on the Iron Moun- 
tain: "Diamond Joe" Reynolds, Col. L. D. Richardson and Capt. William Fleming. 
They were very anxious to reach Hot Springs that day. The roads were bad, the 
creeks and rivers out of their banks; no one could be hired to venture out with a 
team; so they determined to walk. It is safe to say that the Hot Springs railroad 
did not originate in a promoter's office 'mid heaps of profiles, blue prints and statis- 
tics—as these three trudged towards the "Valley of Vapors" though rain and mud 
they thought— thought a great deal, and perhaps said things not calculatea to ' » put- 
In print, and not referring altogether to railroad building, but the argument in their 
minds was that if Hot Springs were sufticiently attractive to induce such a walk 
as this, to say nothing of the lumbering stages, the people would ride on any sort 
of a railroad, and they concluded to build a narrow-guage, and before the year was 
out the whistle of the locomotive echoed back from the cliffs of the Ozark hills 
where fell the tomahawk that did not kill the Spanish chieftain, and thus is told 
the story from De Soto to Diamond Jo. 

Tc point a moral and adorn a tale, an appendix is often necessary, and to this one 
It is essential; the railway that "Jo" built did not remain a narrow gauge; in 1SS9 it 
was changed to a standard, and in January, 1890, a through train ran from St. Louis 
to Hot Springs; the stage coach was long ago a thing of the past, and now even 
the change of cars at Malvern was done away with. Since then every day in the 
year the cars have gone through without change, carrying their burdens of pleas- 
ure as well as health-seekers, of despondent cripples and helpless invalids, bringing 
them back happy and sound and whole. It is a fact that is noted, that although the 
Iron Mountain road enjoys a monopoly of the tavel to Hot Springs, since there Is 
no other route, there is a liberality on the part of the management that is not 
always exhibited in such cases. It is often considered that such great attractions 
ns Hot Springs, with only one way of reaching them, do not need advertising and 
that the ordinary car service will suffice; yet here is a health resort that has been 
known to civilized man for more than three hundred and fifty years with only one 
nneans of access, and the management of that only road, the Iron Mountain, favors 
the public with fhh most beautiful books illustrated by the finest engravings on wood 
from drawings by such artists as Victor Perard, T. J. Blood, Warren B. Davis, F. 
A. Carpenter, F. Humphrey, W. Woolrych, E. A. Clement, A. E. Anderson and J. P. 
Davis, with text by the best writers; then the through car service is as fine as the 
■finest in the land, with trains on accelerated schedules, taking the least possible 
time in transit. There is really only one Hot Springs, and the Iron Mountain is the 
only road, but you may have books and books, for the asking; books that tell the 
story of three centuries and of all there is there today; and when you go you may 
ride in the finest cars in the world — the cars that run down to the Valley of Vapors. 

REAU CAMPBELL. 



THE CITY OF HOT SPRINGS. 

From the construction of the first bath-house in 1829 to the advent of the rail- 
road in 1874, the development of Hot Springs was necessarily slow, though every year 
increasing numbers of invalids from all parts of the world, braved the inconveni- 
ences and annoyances of the limited means of transportation and the uattractive ac- 
commodations in their search for relief and restoration to health. The opening of 
the Hot Springs railroad in 1874 gave immediate stimulus to the place. Not only did 
the annual number of visitors become at once greater, but thousands of people took 
up a permanent residence and engaged in business. 'Thus within twenty years has 
sprung up a thriving, go-ahead city with fifteen or twenty thousand people, which 
entertains over fifty thousand visitors each year, and which possesses every conve- 
nience of easy accessibility, sumptuous hotels and unlimited facilities for recuper- 
ation and entertainment. Hot Springs is at once unique, picturesque and interesting. 
The visitor, while strolling along its avenues, is vividly impressed with the re- 
markable contrasts presented on every hand. Strong and vigorous men, with manly 
stride, pass their antipodes in invalid chairs or on crutches. Meeek oxen gaze in 
silent wonderment at the spanking teams of thoroughbreds which prance by; the 
stylishly dressed New Yorker or Londoner walks side by side with the Ozark farmer 
in his rusty suit of gray jeans; the very buildings share the general antithesis; hand- 
some four-story brick blocks look down on decrepid one-story ■wjjt^f'';^ shanties, 
colossal hotels overshadow ramshackle lodging houses. Owing to t. q^^^ of the 



location there is little regularity about the streets and avenues, 'the main thorough- 
fares follow the courses of the streams between the mountains, Central avenue, the 
principal business street, being a broad valley running north and south between the 
Hot Springs and West Mountains. This was formerly the bed of the Hot Springs 
creek, and was filled with huge bowlders, which, with the wanton course of the 
stream, made the valley well nigh impassable. The government work of conlining 
the creek to a tunnel or underground passage, clearing the valley and constructing 
a well-paved street above, was an engineering feat of no small proportions. It was 
ix-,r.de necessary, however, before the bath-houses could be constructed, or a business 
street established. On Central Avenue are located most of the bath houses, hotels 
and business houses, though during recent years the Avenue, having been closely 
built up, the town has spread southward into the Ouachita Valley, which now claims 
many fine streets and business blocks. The bath-houses occupy about three blocks 
in the Government Reservation, on the east side of Central Avenue, in the heart of 
tiie city and at the base of the Hot Springs mountain, from which they are sup- 
plied direct with the thermal waters. The business part of the city is of a sub- 
stantial and permanent character, and shows decided improvement in the past two 
or three years. Several solid business blocks have been and are now being erected, 
and still greater changes may be looked for in the near future. The street railway 
facilities of Hot Springs are remarkably good, there being over eight miles of elec- 
tric car lines now in operation, connecting all avenues and sections of the city via 
Central Avenue. The rolling stock is new and the cars will compare favorably with 
those in use in large cities. 

Hot Springs enjoys an excellent supply of pure water for drinking purposes and 
domestic uses and it is furnished in such volume as to be of effective use in case 
of fire. A clear mountain stream fed by huge springs, about two miles north of 
the city, was converted into a lake half a mile or more long, by the building of a dam 
of solid masonry, thirty-eight ieet high, extending from mountain to mountain. From 
the lake this water is forced into an immense reservoir on the summit of the moun- 
tain, 280 feet above the streets of the city, causing so great a pressure that a stream 
from the largest hose can be thrown over the highest buildings without the aid of 
a fire engine. This improvement cost the city over $150,000, having a capacity of 2,250,- 
000 gallons daily. The fire department is well organized and equipped with all nec- 
essary paraphernalia, and shows, when occasion requires, that it is fully efficient. 
The city is well supplied with churches, nearly all the leading denominations being 
represented, and all are in a flourishing condition. The choice residence portion of 
the city are on Park and Whittington Avenues, though there are many handsome 
homes in the southern section, especially on Malvern and South Central Avenues, 
-and tiie government has erected expensive and beautiful houses on the Reservation 
for the superintendent and surgeon in charge of the Government Hospital. Many 
of the residences of Hot Springs will compare favorably, in elegance and beautiful 
surroundings, with those of larger cities, and are pleasing evidences of the wealth 
and refinement which have found their way to this city of the Ozarks. 

There are three substantial banks in the city, three daily papers, good schools 
for children, excellent mail, express and telegraphic facilities, and emphatically no 
lack of medical attention. The retail stores are of all kinds, and the markets are 
well supplied, and prices are as reasonable as can be found anywhere. 

In regard to the healthfulness of the city — a most important consideration to one 
contemplating either temporary or permanent residence there — Government statistics 
show that out of a total of 480 cities and towns in the United States, only five has as 
low a death rate as Hot Springs. There is only one city in British America having 
one as low, and none at all in England or Continental Europe. The death rate in 
1SP4 among the permanent residents of Hot Springs was 7.74 per 1,000 inhabitants. 
When it is taken into consideration that a large per centage of the citizens went 
there afflicted with disease, and, being cured, have since made it their home, this low 
death rate seems all the more remarkable. The rate among the 50,000 annual visitors 
is very small, being only a little more than one and one-tenth per cent, and in nearly 
all cases of death among visitors, the disease causing the same had reached such 
an advanced stage that recovery, even under the most favorable conditions, and with 
the best medical attention, was an utter impossibility. 



THE HOT SPRINGS WATERS. 

The Hot Springs of Arkansas are situated upon the United States Government 
Reservation, and controlled by officers appointed by the government. They are sev- 
enty-two in number, with a temperature ranging from ninety-six degrees to one hun- 
dred aand fifty-seven degrees Fahrenheit, and a flow of half a million gallons daily. 
The cause of their marvelous medicinal effect is still a mooted question among phy- 
sicians and chemists. Careful analysis by eminent specialists show that on an aver- 
age, the waters contain 12.94 grains of material in solution to the gallon. Of this 
material, nearly sixty per cent is carbonate of lime, over twenty-one per cent is 
silica, nine per cent is carbonate of magnesia, while the remainder is chiefly chloride 
of sodium (common salt), sulphate of soda (Glauber salt), and sulphate of potash. 
This is but a slight proportion of minerals, in fact, no more than is to be found 
in many springs and well waters used for domestic purposes. It is, therefore, an ac- 
cepted theory with most practitioners that the wonderful virtue of the waters lies 
In their natural heat, which seems to possess peculiar, perhaps magnetic, qualities, 
not characteristic of those of other warm springs, or of waters artiflcially heated. 
For these reasons this water is not portable, loses its therapeutic qualities entirely 
when cooled, and is of no value whatever when bottled, either in its natural state 
or as a basis of patent medicines. 

Dr. William Elderhorst has this to say regarding the curative qualities of the 
water when used direct from the springs: "In many forms of chronic diseases es- 
pecially, its effects are truly astonishing. The copious diaphoresis (perspiration) 
which the hot bath establishes, opens in itself a main channel for the expulsion of 
principles injurious to health, made manifest by its peculiar odor. A similar effect, 
in a diminished degree, is effected by drinking hot water— a common, indeed, almost 
universal practice among invalids at the Hot Springs. 

"The Impression produced by the hot douche, also, is indeed powerful, arousing 
into action sluggish and torpid secretions; the languid circulation is thus purified 
of morbific mattters, and thereby renewed vigor and healthful action are given both 
to the absorbents, lymphatics and to the execretory apparatus— a combined effect 
Whi"^ % I '■'"ine is capable of accomplishing. 



"The large quantity of free carbonic aold which the water contains, and which 
rises in volume throug-h the water at the fountain of many of the springs, has 
undoubtedly an exhilarating effect on the system, and it is, no doubt, from the water 
of the Hot Springs coming to the surface charged with this gas, that invalids are 
enabled to drink freely at a temperature at which ordinary water, from which all 
the gas had been expelled by ebullition, would act as an emetic." 

It is a well known fact that the waters of all other hot springs, owing to their 
low temperature or the presence of deleterious minerals, are absolutely undrinkable. 

All of the Hot Springs, with one exception, flow from the Hot Springs Moun- 
tain, on the east side of Central Avenue. Formerly, the hot water, with its accom- 
panying clouds of vapor, could be seen issuing from the groimd; but it is now, for 
the sake of economy and cleanliness, piped from the various springs to tne different 
bath houses. This collection and distribution is done under the direct supervision of 
a superintendent appointed by the United States government, and every bath Is ta-en 
under directions and regulations established by the government. The prices for 
baths range from twenty cents to sixty cents (the maximum fixed by the United 
States Government), for single baths, and from three dollars to ten dollars for a 
course of twenty-one baths. Attendants are not allowed to collect in excess of ten 
cents per bath, or $1.50 per course for their services. 

The source of heat is a question that has given rise to much speculation. An 
eminent medical authority says: "I attribute the cause to the internal heat of the 
earth. I do not mean to say that the waters come in actual contact with fire, but 
rather that the waters are permeated with highly heated vapors and gases which 
emanate from sources deeper seated than the water itself. The whole geological 
structure of the country and that of the Hot Springs Ridge in particular, from which 
the water issues, justifies this assumption." The hot water is distributed entirely 
under the supervision of the Government. The bath houses are supplied direct from 
the Springs by gravitation. 

The waters of the Hot Springs have been found invaluable in the treatment of 
all forms of rheumatism and gouty conditions, in all troubles of the stomach, liver 
and kidneys, paralysis and catarrh, in skin diseases, diseases of the blood, syphilis, 
etc., and are especially efficacious in nervous affections, particularly insomnia, ner- 
vous prostration and la grippe, in barrenness in women, and in all the various other 
female complaints, including those consequent upon the change of life. 

A description of the manner in which the baths are given should be of interest 
and importance to all who come with the intention of taking a course of treatment. 
The patient undergoes a thorough examination by his physician, who then issues 
special instructions and regulations regarding the baths, regulating them to the 
exigencies of each case. If the physician discovers the heart or lungs are affected, 
the invalid is not allowed to take the baths, as they are liable under these conditions 
to prove harmful. 

Simple palpitation and, incipient lung trouble are benefited by careful bathing. 
The usual directions are to bathe about six minutes In water 96 to 100 degrees Fah- 
renheit; two to six minutes in the vapor room, and five to twenty minutes in blank- 
ets, accordingto the time required to produce perspiration. 

Physicians do not agree as to the details of treatment; but all are governed by 
the physical condition -of the patient and the nature of the disease. Some can re- 
main in the water twice as long as others and have it much hotter with beneficial 
effect, while injudicious bathing by an invalid might prove injurious. It is never 
Sc';fe in any case to bathe without the advice of some reputable physician. Under 
such directions a large proportion of all who come can be cured. Those who bathe 
for pleasure, and that embraces all visitors not invalids, will find the knowledge of 
the attendants amply sufficient to regulate ordinary bathing. 



SUBURBAN RESORTS OF HOT SPRINGS. 

HAPPY HOLLOW. 

Every one who visits Hot Springs quickly succumbs to the charms of Happy 
Hollow, and becomes its faithful admirer. A pleasant valley ti is, indeed, and the 
favorite resort of pedestrians, though a street car line has recently invaded the 
picturesque glen, much to the disgust of many who consider the new-comer an un- 
warranted encroachment upon their pet promenade. Hanpy Hollow has, in a gen- 
eral way, been so happily and graphically described by Mr. "William L. Belding that 
his description is herewith inserted. He says: "This is a dell that the imagination 
of the Greeks would have populated with all sorts of superhuman beings. It would 
have been a kingdom for fairies, a favorite haunt for nymphs and dryads, and might 
have been a trysting place for the gods and goddesses themselves. 

"The place is neither a gorge nor a valley, but a quiet and peace inspiring glen— 
a narrow roadway, hewn from the side of the mountain, which disputes possession 
of the bottom of the dell with a creek. And a most delightful road it is, with the 
inountains thrusting their feet down from either side and nearly crushing you be- 
neath the rocks and rising gracefully to the height of three or four hundred feet, 
their sides covered with huge rocks and talll sighing pines and oaks, which, in the 
autumn, form a most delightful picture in yellow and emerald. , The foot path is 
eycellent, the dell is cool, and there is a new charm at every step. 

"At the terminus of the carriage road is located the celebrated Happy Hollow 
Spring. It is not hot water that boils up in the unique little summer house that 
has been built over the spring, but, notwithstanding that, it is a mineral water of 
high grade and possessed of great medicinal virtue. It is used solely for drinking 
purposes and in connection with the hot baths. Dyspepsia and indigestion have no 
show whatever when brought in contact with Happy Hollow water. It drowns rheu- 
matism and gout, and, as it acts directly on the liver and kidneys, purifies the blood, 
producing a beautiful complexion, and is almost a specific in all the diseases of 
the urinary organs. It is visited by great numbers daily, who come to drink the 
water. Beyond the spring the road ceases, the glen becomes steep and the path is 
blocked and turned from side to side by huge boulders and the jagged, projecting 
edges of the mountain. At times it is almost impassable, and the explorer would like 
to give up and turn back, were it not that he desires to pursue the rocky way to 
the end and see where it terminates or commences." 

Mr. Belding's explorer should not be discouraged. Ir he persists in pursuing the 
"rocky way," he will be amply rewarded for his climb, as the path leads him to 
the summit of the Hot Springs Mountain, with its pictures lue walks, grand views, 
beetling cliffs and magnificent forests. The walk along the crest of the mountain. 



to and down tho Grand Boulevard to tho Army and Navy Hospital, Is one of the 
greatest attractions at the Springs, and should not be overlooked by any one. 

Happy Hollow is tho lair of the Hot Springs burro, a large drove of these inter- 
esting little brutes being kept here for the use of visitors and pleasure parties. On 
their backs the intricacies of the up])er glens may be explored, and as one does not 
present a particularly imposing appearance mounted upon one of these diminutive 
animals, the effect is ridiculous enough to furnish endless amusement, to say noth- 
ing of the wholesome exercise such a ride involves. 

MOUNTAIN VALLEY SPRINGS. 

The Mountain Valley Springs are located among the Ozarks, about twelve miles 
from Hot Springs, and the trip affords an excellent opv)ortunity to become acquaint- 
e-i with Nature's finest handiwork. The journey can be made any way to suit the 
inclination of the tourist. There is a regular hack line running daily from the hotels 
at Hot Springs to Mountain Valley. There is the more private and independent way 
of hiring your own horse and buggy, and driving and stopping at will wherever you 
are interested, or it can be made the objective point of a horseback tour. It is one 
of the most charming rides in the vicinity. The road is over the mountains, plunging 
into gorges and through enchanted glens. Notwithstanding it has been recently im- 
proved, it is still a mountain road, and at times leads by points of thrilling interest. 
This very enjoyable rides terminates in one of the most beautiful valleys in the 
Ozark range. On all sides are the mountain peaks, shutting in a portion of the earth 
of paradisiacal beauty, peace and quiet. Tall primeval forest trees are singing Na- 
ture's hymns over the valley. The patches of open are verdant with grass and 
shrubbery, and an air of seclusion and rest is all-prevalent. You will! scarcely ex- 
pect to find here a modern six-story hotel with "all the latest conveniences and com- 
forts," as the hotel men say — and you don't. The hotel is entirely in keeping with 
the surroundings. You can expect quiet and rest at an inn, but not at a modern 
resort hotel. This is just the difference between the big bustling hostelries of the 
city we have just left behind, and the low quaint stucture nestling in Mountain Val- 
ley. Its picturesque architecture is Southern in character, being one-story in height, 
and covering a great deal of ground. Cool, spacious verandahs cover the whole 
front of the hotel. Trailing vines overrun it in great profusion, and, altogether, 
it is a charmingly rare picture, and fills the beholder with an overpowering desire 
to settle down here, bag and baggage, and stay until satisfied with Nature's charms. 

Nature sometimes scores a bull's eye in her arrangement of things, and this feat 
was accomplished when these springs of health-ienewing mineral waters were caus- 
ed to burst forth in the midst of this lieautiful valley. 

It is a matter of regret that the whole valley and springs could not have been 
located at a greater .distance from Hot Springs, so that they could have had a 
chance at fame on their own merits. 

The waters are very valuable, as their combined minerals constitute a curative 
medium for internal use not equalled. The analysis shows a large percentage of 
bicarbonate of iron, lime and magnesia, sulphate of lime, chloride of iron, chloride 
of iodine, and phosphoric acid, but not even a trace of organic matter. 

They cure or benefit Bright's disease, and all kidney troubles, all dropsies of a 
kidney or liver origin, including cirrhosis, and are of great value in the treatment 
of female complaints. 

POTASH-SULPHUR SPRINGS. 

A short mile from Lawrence Station, and seven miles from Hot Springs, are lo- 
cated the health-giving Potash-Sulphur Springs. Ten trains pass Lawrence daily, 
and are met by hacks which convey visitors to and from the Springs. A handsome 
two-story hotel, neatly furnished, and numerous cottages afford the best of accom- 
modations to guests, and the table is satisfactory in all respects. The air at Potash- 
Sulphur is at all times pure and balmy, while surrounding mountains and valleys 
afford picturesque scenery and charming walks and drives. Deer, wild turkey, quail 
and other game afford good shooting, and the Ouachita river, one mile distant, fur- 
nishes abundant sport for the angler. The Springs, which are near the hotel, are five 
in number, but all possessing similar properties. The waters are sulphuretted alka- 
line, and are highly esteemed by the medical fraternity of Hot Springs, who send 
many of their patients there to spend a few days while resting after taking a course 
ot hot baths. Dr. John C. Branner, State Geologist of Arkansas, says of them: "The 
importance of the Potash-Sulphur waters is too well known to admit of question * * 
* * The chief ingredients are sodium sulphate, sodium carbonate and potassium chlo- 
ride, the sodium amounting to 13.66 grains per gallon, the potassium to 3.51 grains per 
gallon." 

The following diseases are cured or benefited by the use of the waters of this 
va,^uable spring: Dyspepsia, gout, rheumatism, affections of the liver, kidneys and 
uiinary organs, female diseases, dropsy and all complaints originating from an ex- 
cess of acid in the system, skin diseases and chronic dysentery. In diseases of the 
kidneys and urinary passages, stricture, gleet, and especially in calculous affections, 
there is no known remedy so efficacious as this water. It acts as a solvent in the 
various forms of gravel, and is very efficacious in the treatment of all mercurial 
diseases. 

Among the other resorts are Gillen's White Sulphur Spring; Spring Lake Hotel; 
Thousayid Dripping Springs, and many others. 




ENTRANCE TO THE GOVERNMENT RESERVATION, HOT SPRINGS, ARK. 
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. 




The Only DIRECT LINE to the Famous 

HOT SPRINGS 

OF ARKANSAS 

Reached From the 

North, South, 

East or West 



BY 



Four Daily Fast Passenger Trains. 



Equipped with the Very Best of Service. 

Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars. 

Reclining Chair Cars— Seats Free. 

AND 

Comfortable Day Coaches, with High Back Seats. 








77/ie J^r//'ne//on /s Open 
J^// Mc 2/car . . . 
^ounci . • . • • 



J%rimgi@n 

J. H. 5TITT, rRE5ItiENT. 
LTHflN T. HflT, H/lN/lQER. 

SPECIAL RATES FROM JUNE 1ST TO OCTOBER 1 ST. 

[HE ARLINGTON is the only hotel on the United States Reservation at 
Hot Springs. This magnificent building is erected on the site of the 
old Arlington, a location more commanding, more convenient, and 
more picturesque than is that of any other hotel in the valley. Besides the 
exquisite natural beauty of its surroundings, the Arlington has the superior 
advantage of a location immediately at the fountain head of the Hot Springs; 
here the waters are at their highest temperature and retain all their restora- 
tive qualities. The hotel is entirely new, practically fire-proof, and has all the 
modern conveniences. Iron bridges connect each floor viith the mountain, 
immediately in the rear of the hotel. Invalids in chairs may be wheeled 
directly from any floor to the mountain, on which the Government has laid out 
beautiful drives and walks. In case of fire, these bridges offer sure, safe and 
speedy means of escape. The elegant bathing establishment is a part of the 
hotel building and is erected on the site of the old Rector Bath House, so well 
known to all who have visited Hot Springs. No detail of comfort or con- 
venience has been omitted, and guests will find that the baths at the Arling- 
ton are superior in every respect. 



-V 



W. F. GLEee & BRO. mttiim 

364-8 South Elm Street. and Commission Merctiants. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 65 

VOLUME^ V. 

r"'!^' fc-^ •-'TSt •^■J 7T^ t^T^ fc-^ -"^ W-J^* •'+^ t-^]St i.'^ t-jN* ^'Tn. y^ 




CO 

rO 



s _ 



GREENSBORO, N. 0. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNiVlENT 

(Executive Department) 

President — Hon William McKinley, of Ohio. 
Vice-President — Garret A Hobart, of New Jersey. 
Secretary of State — John Hay, of Indiana. 
Secretary of Treasury — Lyman J Gage, of Illinois. 



(D 

3 

fi) 

■■■■ 

a) 

Secretary of Navy — John B Long, of Massachusetts. ^ » r- t/i cw c 
Secretary of War — Russell A Alger, of Michiga.n. i'^ilsl 



^' 



e > 



5. 1 



Secretary of Interior — Cornelius M Bliss, of N Y. 5? 2 3-g 5- 

Postmaster General — Chas Emory Smith of Penn. s^'i c« a o " 

Attorney General— John W Griggs, of New Jersey. ^? ^a "^ o 

Secretary of Agriculture — James Wilson of Iowa. c i <« 3 f i: 

Inaugurated March 4, 1897. Term four years. ^o-Jr-s* 

UNITED STATES OFFICIALS 2:^5^5:^ 

United States PostoflBce and Court House, S Elm ? S S 1 1 

s w cor E Market; Custodian, J M Bailey ^S ^^^l 

g 5- ? a ? 



GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 

FINEST WOaK IN THE CITY. 

111-113 West Market Street. PHONE 72. 

G5 • * 



MURRAY BROS. 

113 SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. 



INSURANCE. 



Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler., 



CO 


■ 


= 




CO 


^ m 




I * 


o 


i| 


CO 


z> 


00 






t- 

S 5 


sz 


c« 


5 h: 




z 


X 

o 


< 



66 MALOKEY'S GREENSBORO 

CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURT 

Western District of N C — Convenes first Mondays 
in April and October 

Circuit Judge — Chas H Simonton. Charleston, S G 
District Judge — H G Ewart. Hendersonville, N G 
District Attorney — A E Holton, Winston, N G 
Assistant District Attorney — Spencer Blackburn, 
Jefferson, N C 

District Attorney's Clerk — Jas Martin, Winston, 
N C 
_ Marshal — Jas M Millikan, Greensboro, N C 

= S Chief Deputy Marshal— T E McCrary 

^^ Office Deputy Marshals — J A Logan, Greensboro; 

^^^ J E Buxton, Winston, N C; Jas Bailey, Greensboro, 

^3 NC 

gg 1^ Clerk Circuit and District Courts — Saml L Trogdon 

Ci9 Deputy Clerk — Miss Hattie M Causey 

Internal Revenue Collector — E C Duncan. Raleigh, 
N C; Deputy, O A Starbuck 

U S Commissioner — Saml L Trogdon 

U S Stamp Clerk — A A Hinton, Greensboro, N G 

U S Revenue Agt — L A Thrasher, Greensboro, N G 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Tyre Glenn, Postmaster 
Chas G Burton, Assistant Postmaster 
Thos H.Tate, Distributing Clerk 
Robt W Hodgin, General Delivery Clerk 
Warren D Poole and Chas F Osborne, Mailing Clerks 
Carriers — Jno D Burch, Wm F Claride, R Ben Hil- 
ton, Jos W Schoolfield, W G Stewart, W (x Lewis. Spe- 
cial delivery messngr: Robt Price (c) 

POSTOFFICE GUIDE 

Office Hours: General Delivery open from 8 a m to 
6:30 p m. Money Order Department open from Sam 
to 6:30 p m. Sunday hours: Open only once, from 8 to 
Dam 

Free Delivery — Collection and delivery, 6:30 a m. 
Delivery, 9:15 a m. Collection and delivery, 1:15 p m. 
Collection and delivery, 4:55 p m. No collections or 
delivery made on Sunday, but from 8 to 9 a m. will 
deliver at the Postoffice. 



JNO. A. YOUNG, Nurserymen 

TWO MILES EAST CITY. PHONE 43. 



Matthews & Hammer 'nsu^ms 

..i 3621^ I SOUTH ELM STREET. ■^'^ii^X^'enS^ 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 67 

The Street Letter Boxes will be visited regularly by 
this schedule. The public are respectfully requested 
to make use of the boxes, as mail deposited in them 
will be forwarded as promptly as if placed in the Post- 
oflQce. Note schedule on each box. 

Outgoing mails close: North, 11:40 a m and 9:30 
p m; South, 6:30 a m, 7:02 a m and 7:02 p m; Raleigh 
and points east, 8:25 a m, 11:40 a m and 9:30 p m; 
Winston and points west, 8:25 a m; Winston. 7:02 p m; 
points on C F & Y V, south, 11:40 a m; points on C F 
& Y^ V north, 4 pm; Ramseur, 2:45 p m; Madison, 9 
a m. You can buy stamps at J Henry Phipps, Ashe- 
boro street 

STATE GOVERNMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA 

(Capital Raleigh) 

Governor — Daniel L Russell 
Lieutenant Governor — Charles A Reynolds 
Secretary of State — Cyrus Thompson 
Auditor — Hal W Ayer 
Treasurer — Wm H Worth 
Attorney General — Zebulon V Walser 
Adjutant General — A D Cowles 
Commissioner of Agriculture — S L Patterson 
Commissioner of Labor — Robert Lacy 
Corporation Commissioners — Franklin McNeil, Sam- 
uel L Rogers and E C Beddingfield ^_ 
Public Printers — Edwards & Broughton, of Raleigh ^^^ 
Keeper of Capitol — J C Cherry • ^^^ 9 
Librarian — M O Sherrill • > 



X CA H 


p- m 


>(= c 


— 33 


-H 


aiH 


Z X 


Z C/3 


m 
30 a 


•"0 


»2 


- 


,«^ 


Is 

« SB 


> - 


^ H 


- 3 


ST - 





eo " 


*S p^ 


!^ "^ 


2J.5- 


w - 


C (O 


2. 


■" 


«5-"' 


l-g- 

-^ 


3- C/J 


=;3 
c^ 


— TT 


S3 _> 


-n = 

— (O 


-n'* 


»> Z. 


=■ "n* 


^ ^ 


« ;3 


— 


- B> 


T ~ 


(O 


• 


3 -t 


•a 


_. 9, 


CD 




CD 




• a> 




^ 




CD 




CD 




r^ 







2--^-'^ 



JUDICIARY g S^ 5 

(Supreme Court) > 3 

Z —I » 

Chief Justice — W T Faircloth, Goldsboro "^ ^ > o 

Associate Justices — Walter Clark, Raleigh; D M ', gg go 

Furches, Statesville; Walter A Montgomery, Raleigh; " ■,.,, "^ 

Robert Douglass ^^^^ 

Clerk— Thomas S Kenan, Raleigh ^ "^ 

Marshal and Librarian — Robert H. Bradley, Raleigh w ^ 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 W. Market St. 



ALL KINDS np ^ 

Feed and 
.. . Seed Products. 



'^^^sraniP 



H 




O. 


• 


U3 ec 


3: 


«o 


h- 


•fat 


^m^ •■{ 


SK^ 





5 ^ 


S 


23 


CC 


iU 


55 


0. 


& 







^3 


>« ^ 


^^ 


C/) 




*J < 


H^ 


-<• 


«^ 



McCLAMROGH BROS. I r.":^jt,'ef 'f.^' 

'*The Cahill Special Crate" is the Best iVIade. See it. 

68 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

(Superior Court Judges) 

1st District — Geo H Brown, Jr, Washington 
2d District — H R Bryan, Newbern. 
3d District — E W Timberlake, Louisburg. 
4tli District— W S O'B Robinson, Goldsboro. 
5th District — Thos J Shaw, Greensboro. 
6th District — Oliver H Allen, Kinston. 
7th District — Thomas A McNeill, Lumberton. 
Sth District — Albert L Coble, Statesville. 
9th District — Henry R Starbuck, Winston. 
10th District — Jacob W Bowman, Bakersville. 
11th District — Wm A Hoke, Lincolnton. 
12th District — Frederick Moore, Asheville. 



(Eastern District Circuit Court) 

CO 

J- Judge — Dorsey Battle 

c^ (T\ estern District Circuit Court) 

C 

nS Judge — Henry B Stevens 

COURTS 

h 

CC Superior Court convenes second Monday after first 

<^ Monday in February, two weeks; seventeenth Monday 

O after first Monday in February, to continue three 

Q weeks, but no civil action shall be tried by jury the 

CQ first week, unless by consent of all parties concerned 
Fifth Monday before last Monday in September, two 

CO weeks. Tenth Monday after the last Monday in Sep- 

r-j tember, two weeks. The said terms shall be for the 

^ trial of both criminal and civil actions, 

O COUNTY GOVERNMENT 

^ (Guilford County.) 

Greensboro County Seat — Court House, W Market 
n w cor N Elm 

Superior Court — Thos J Shaw, district judge; J J 



IMPORIERS AND WHOLbSALERS OF 



H3gU6-mUUUI Mti Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S Elm SIreet. 



McGorkle 



r 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdOO House BnllHIng n^^^_ 



Prescription 
Work 

OUB 8f>CCI«T.TY. 



4 




1S99-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 69 

Kelson, clerk (clerk of superior court invested with 

full probate powers) 
Solicitor — A L Brooks 

Sheriff and Tax Collector — J H Gilmer ^ 

Register of Deeds — A G Kirkman; deputy, S A Kirk- m 

man 31 

Treasurer — G H McKinney ^ 

Coroner — Dr J P Turner jj 

Surveyor — W P McLean * 

Physician — Dr A E Ledbetter 7* 

— Keeper of County Home — A S Yoss 71 

County Commissioners — W C Boren, chairman; "\\ ' 

H Ragan, W C Michael f ^^ 

County Supervisor of Schools — J R Wharton ^ JJ3 

Members County School Board— J A Holt, W T y 

Whitsett, W F Alderman » ^mm 

City Hall, 200 E Svcamore O ^^ 

$ 03 

CITY GOVERNMENT -• ^« 

? ^" 

Mayor — Z Y Taylor ^ ^^ 

Mayor Pro-tem — P D Price • f^i^ 

Clerk— John S Michaux *^ 

Treasurer — Xeil Ellington ^^^ 

City Attorney — A M Scales sB h 

Tax Collector— R M Rees g c 

Chief of Police— R M Rees ^ — i k 

Chief Fire Department — J Henry Phipps * S E 

Assistant Chief Fire Department — O D Boycott • 2 -^ • 

Keeper of Green Hill Cenieterv — W L Frazier -J s ^ ff 

i Co ^ o 

Aldermen bv Wards: 5 £■ ^ C 

First Ward— B H Merrimon, C G Wright O « 2E 

Second Ward— P D Price, M L Shields -a tm 

Third Ward— W T Sergeant. H J Elam • ' — < 

Fourth Ward— Xeil Ellington, J M Walker ^ - g 

Fifth Ward — Monroe Yuncanon. R M Phillips \ " 

Sixth Ward— J W Merritt, J S Hunter ^ ' 

STANDING COMMITTEES g jjg. 

S ^a 

Finance — Ellington, chmn ; Hunter, Walker and - ^ g 

Shields P Si* 

Water Works— Hunter, chmn; Shields, Merrimon ^ -8 g-? 
and Sergeant m S ^ 

Police — Elam, chmn; Sergeant, Merritt, Wright 



For.thi Best ■ ■■ mm ■_- ^* Represents tne 

'R'eLtr I 11 11 A mftCTNA AND TRAVELERS 

Accident I ^1 ■■■■ U I I 11 I Policies and Tickets issued at 

^""■.f ui ill III 01 1 III wor;rrr,:,n. 



Fresh, Tender Meats. 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 



stalls 3, 5, 7, CI y Market. 



aniels, 
Tiles. 

ELM STREET 


72 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 


(COLORED) 


Graded School No 1, 212-14 N Perc>. H H Falkner, 


■g as g 


prin; Mary Nocho, Leonora St C Bjers, Florence Gar- 


rett. : 
Graded School No 2, 1030 S Ashe. T F Williams, 


Hardwo 
Grates 

323.325 


prin; Mariah E Day and Grace M Nelson teachers. 
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES 


(Private) 



CO 



oo oo 



&0 



Abbott Minnie L Miss, 319 Lindsay 

Bumpass E H Miss. Ill S Mendenliall 

Greensboro Female College, 817 W Market; Dred 
Peacock, prest; Mrs Z A Long, lady prin; Mrs C E 
Hundley, matron. 

Kindergarten School, 409 Asheboro; Miss Meta 
Beall, principal. 

Proximity School; Miss Mollie Hendrix, tchr, Prox- 
imity. 

State Normal and Industrial College (The), Spring 
Garden, nr limits; C D Mclver, prest; Miss S M Kirk- 
land, lady prin; Miss F W Turner, matron; E J For- 
ney, bursar. 

(COLORED) 

Agricultural and Mechanical College fo'r the Color- 
ed Race; established by an Act of the Legislature, 
1891; for both sexes, Mebane st east of Beach; Jas B 
Dudley A.M., president. 

Bennett College, foV females, 906 E Washington; 
Rev J D Chavis, president. 

Ev Lutheran Grace School, 82G S Ashe; Rev J C 
Schmidt, prin; E A H Buntrock, teacher. 

CHURCHES 

BAPTIST. 

Cherry Street Baptist Church, Cherry st, bey limits. 
Rev J M Hilliard, pastor; Sunday services 11 a m and 
7 pm; Sunday-school 10 a m; prayer-nieeting, Thurs- 
day 7 pm. 



t 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street- 



Sanitary Plnmblng. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HE ATI NO. 



HOTEL CLEBG 

W. F. CLEGG, Propr. 



IN C ONNEC TION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 



1S99-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



73 



West Washington St Baptist Churcli, W Washing- 
ton, n w cor Greene. Rev L Johnson, pastor; Sunday 
services 11 a m and 7:30 p ni; Sunday-school 9:30 a m; 
prayer-meeting Wednesday 7:30 p m; B Y" P U, Mon- 
day 7:30 p m. 

EPISCOPAL 

Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church, Arlington st, one 
sq s of pass depot; Services: 8 a ni. Holy Communion; 
11 a m. Service and sermon ; 7 :30 p m, Service and ser- 
mon; 9:45 a m. Sunday-school; Litany, Friday, 5 pm. 
Rev J D Miller, rector" r 322 Gorrell st. 

St Barnabas Episcopal Church, cor Greene and Gas- 
ton; Rev H W Jones, rector; Sunday services: Holy 
Oommunion 7:30' a m; Morning Prayer and sennon 11 
a m; Sunday-sdhool 9:30. 

St Mary's Memorial Chapel, 930 Walker ave; Rev 
J D Miller, rector; Sunday services, 5 pm; Sunday- 
school 4 pm. 

METHODIST. 

Centenary M E Church, South, Arlington nr Bragg. 
Rev T E Wagg, pastor; Sunday services 11 a m and 
7 :30 p m ; Sunday-school 3pm; Epworth League, Mon- 
day 7:30 p m; Prayer-meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p m. 

Grace M E Church, E Lee nr Arlington; Rev T M 
Johnson, pastor; Sunday services 10:50 a m and 8 pm; 
Sunday-school 11 :30 am; Prayer-meeting, Wednesday 
8 pm. 

Methodist Episcopal Church, Spring Garden, beyond 
limits; Rev J H Hopkins, pastor; Sunday services, 2 
p m; Sunday-school 3 pm. 

Proximity M E Church, South, Proximity. Rev G T 
Rowe, pastor; Sunday services 11 a m and 7:30 p m; 
Sunday-school, 9:30 a m; Praver-meeting, Thursday 
7:30 p'm. 

Spring Garden St M E Ch, South, cor Spring Gar- 
den and Lithia; Rev L W Crawford, pastor; Sunday 
services, 11 a m ; Sunday-school, 10 a m. 

W Market St M E Ch South, cor W Market and 
Ashe; Rev J C Rowe, pastor; Sunday services 11 a m 
and 7:45 p m; Sunday-school 9:45 a m; Prayer-meeting 
Wednesdays 8 pm. 




S y 



Greensboro Steam laundry 

HI-II3 West Hirkat stmt. Phone 72. 



SHIRTS, 
COLLARS 
and CUFFS 

OUR SPECIAL1Y. 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see ■ |o 

SOUTH ELM ST. 




BROS 



■ ■ 



Phone 163. 





CD 
O 


(6 


O 


z o 


■s 


bD 


bD 


c 


c 


■ ■■■ 


■ i^ 


^c 


J^ 


tn 


4-1 


■ ^BB 


O 


c 


^^ 


^^ 


O 


3 




UL 



74 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

First Presbyterian Church, Church, nr Davie; Rev 
E W Smith, pastor; Sunday services 10:30 a m and 
8 p ra; Sunda3'-school 11:30 a m; Prayer-meeting, 
Wednesdays 8 p m. 

Friends Church, E Lee bet Elm and Arlington. Rev 
Jos Peel, pastor; Sunday services 11 a m and 8 pm; 
Sunday-school 9:30 a m; Christian Endeavor, Wednes- 
days 8 pm. 

Presbyterian Mission, S Finishing Mill; No regular 
pastor; Sunday services, 3 p m. 

Westminster Presbyterian Church, Asheboro, bet 
Lee and Bragg; Rev C E Hodgin, pastor; Sunday ser- 
vices 11 a m and 8 p m; Sunday-school 9:45 a m; Pray- 
er-meeting Wednesdays 8 pm; Westminster League, 
Sundays 7:15 p m. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

St Agnes Catholic Ch, s w cor Elm and Schenck; 
Rev Fr Anthony, pastor; Sunday services 10:30 a m 
and 5 pm; Sunday-school 4 pm. 

(COLORED) 
BAPTIST. 

Brown's Chapel, Jonesboro; Rev J W Wells, pastor; 
Sunday services 3pm and 8 pm; Sunday-school, 10:30 
a m; Prayer-meeting, Wednesdays 8 pm. 

Providence Baptist Ch, Baptist n w cor Dodson; Rev 
N A Marriott, pastor; Sunday services 11 a m and 3 
p m, and 7:30 p m; Sunday-school 9:30 a m; Prayer- 
meeiting, Wednesdays and Fridavs at 8 p m. 

Shiloh Baptist Ch, 340 Austin ;"Rev B B Hill, pastor; 
Sunday services 2:30 p m and 8 pm; Sunday-school, 
9:30 a m; Prayer-meeting, Wednesdays 8 pm. 

CONGREGATIONAL. 

First Congregational Ch, cor High and McConnell 
rd; Rev S S Sevier, pastor; Sunday services Ham and 
8 p m; Sunday-Kchool 10 a m; Prayer-meeting Wed- 
nesdays 8 pm. 



JNO. A. YOUNG 

TROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, Shade and ... . 
Ornamental Trees 
VINES AND PLANTS. 



MATTHEWS & HAMMER 



Will Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident. 

302/4 South Elm StreP^ see them before placing 



your insurance. 



Old City Cemetery, 709-19 S Ashe. 

Green Hill reiuetery, Greene bey Keogh; W L Fra- 
zier, superintendent. 

First Presbyterian Ch Cemetery, Church nr Davie; 
Chas Emerson (c), sexton. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 75 = r = r 

O X CO H 

r- m o o 

LUTHERAN. ° £ H o 

51 HX X 

Evangelical Lutheran Grace Ch; Rev J C Schmidt, ^ *" ao o- 

pastor; Sunday services 7:30 p m; Sunday-school 10:30 - o ^ ^' 

a m ; Services, Wednesday's 7 :30 p m. «^ as J^ at 

METHODIST. w z i- eo 

Bethel A M E Ch, 1318 N Maple; Rev P J Jordan, w ^^^. 

pastor; Sunday-services, 11 a m, 3 p m and 8 pm; Sun- w — £" to 

day-school 9:30 a m; Praver-meeting, Wednesdavs. 8 ^«q J _j 

p m. * ^ = ° - g., 

St Matthews M E Ch, 601-03 S Ashe; Rev S A Peeler, '^Wa^ 

pastor; Sunday services, 3 and 8 p m; Sunday-school 5' o -"*» o 

10:30 a m; Prayer-meeting Wednesdays 8 p m. ~" 2". » -^ 

Trinitv A M E Zion Church, Washington n w cor 7}^ -n"* 

Gilmer; Rev R L Houston, pastor; Sunday services 11 < ^ ® -» 

a m, 3 p m and 8 pm; Sunday-school 1pm; Prayer- p E:" «a 

meeting Wednesdays 8 pm. "E. ~ 3 

CD n. ^ 

PRESBYTERIAN. I ?m 

St James Presbyterian Ch, 210 N Forbis; Rev HA ' w 

Gibson, pastor; Sunday services 11 a m and 8 p m; Sun- ^ 

day-school 9:45 a m; Prayer-meeting, Wednesdays, 8 _; g. 
P EQ- 

HOSPITALS AND INFIRMARIES 



GO 



The Keeley Institute, 447 W Washington; W H Os- 
born, prest; Wm Lipscomb, mgr. . CS 

(COLORED) : ^ S 

' '" ' > 

Loyal Y Graham Hospital and Training School for O m ^ 

Nurses fc), 419 High; Rev S S Sevier (c), president; 9 SO T" 

J L Bullock (c), M D. ^ JSl O 

CEMETERIES 5 -H » 



■< ^— * 5 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

[|6 West Market Street. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kind^. 



McGlampoGh Bpos. "'"%':'" 

TRY OTTR 

GREENSBORO, N. C. " CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE.' 

Famlsli Tllcfl and Vmy Tile Floora. 0«t thHr KMittiAte. 

OJ 76 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

.E >-• 

(COLORED) 

Cemetery, S Elm nr McCulloch. 

SOCIETIES AND CLUBS 

Merchants and Manufacturers Assn, Katz bldg; R P 
Gray, prest; Wm T Stewart, sec and treas. 

N C Horticultural Assn; J Van Lindle^', prest, Po- 
mona, N C. 

SECRET AND BENEVOLENT ORGANIZATIONS 

JR. ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS. 

Greensboro Council, No 13 — Meets every Thursday 
nigJit (K of P bldg) at 7:30 o'clock. W I Underwood, 
Councilor; A A Chandler, Rec Sec; J T Thacker, Fin 
Sec; L C Howlett, Treas. 

• I O O F 

CO 

L. 

QJ_ Buena Vista Lodge, No 21 — Meets every Tuesday 

night at 8 o'clock. G A Rankin, N G; R L Woodara, 

C ^' G; W L Frazier, Rec Sec; L C Howlett, Fin Sec; J 

"" OJ I. Thacker, Treas. 
C/3 ^ Paisley Encampment, No 10 — Meets first and third 

CO Friday nights in each month. J T Matthews, QP; J 

1^ T Rankin, Scribe; R W Murray, Treas. 

CC 

< KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

O 

Q Greensboro Lodge, No 80 — Meets every Monday 

fQ night at 8 o'clock. J L Brockmann, C C; A H Stack, 

K of R & S. 
o<3 Guilford Lodge, No 69 — Meets everv Friday night at 

,. 7:30. A J Williams, C C; David Sclienck, Jr, K of R 

^ &S. 



rt 


o 


-* 


» 


12Z 


C.9 


O 






•CJ 


Q. 


•« 


c 


8) 


Jg, 


c« 


c 


er- 




J^ 


t— 


C3) 


o 


£ 


t" 


> 


U_l 






^ 


CO 


h- 


ea 


Q. 


x: 


^ 




'*■•' 


£9 


^-> 






E 

o 




LU 


1. 




CB 


0- 










CO z 

C= o 



MASONIC. 

o 

CQ Greensboro Lodge, No 76 A F and A M — Meets every 

second and fourth Thursday nights at 7:30 p m. J D 
Miller, W M; W T Gayle, Secretarv. 



Hague-McGorkle 



IMP0R1ERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 



Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 inl 322 S. Ein Street. 



C. E.HOLTON 

McAdoo House Buildingi 



TOILET ARTICLES, 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Sodi ani Mineral Waters. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



Chorazin Chapter, No 13, R A M — Meets every third 
Thursday' night at 7:30 p m. Jas D Gleun, H P; F A 
I'eirce, Secy. 

Ivanhoe Commandery, No 8, Knights Templar — 
Meets every first Thursday night at 7:30 p ui. G W 
^Yhitsett, E C; >Y T Gayle, Rec. 



(COLORED) 
GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

Past Grand Master's Council, No 211 — Meets on call 
at Odd Fellow's Hall. J G Keck, W G M; H L Emer- 
son, G Deputy; R W Dick, G Chaplain; S Garrett, G 
Treas; G W Emerson, G Sec. 

Prodigal Son Lodge, No 1999 — Meets first and third 
Friday of each month at Odd Felloiwis Hall. J ^V 
iCo'oper N G, T Rankin, Y G; R W Dick P S; J H 
A'Nihitis, Treas. 

Signal Light Lodge, No 3661 — Meets the 2d and 4th 
Monday night of each month at Odd Fellows hall. J 
G Keck, Advocate; J W Jones, N G; W F Neville, W 
T; G W Emerson, P S. 

ROYAL KNIGHTS OF KING DAVID. 

Evergreen Lodge, No 4 — Meets every Monday even- 
ing 8 o'clock at Odd Fellow's hall. W Fariss, Master; 
W H Patron, Y M; W H Hyatt, Sec; S Hayes. Treas. 

BENEYOLENT ASSOCIATIONS. 

People's Benevolent and Relief Assn, of N C, 121^ E 
Market. 

THEATERS 

Academy of Music, 418 W Market. T J & C N Mc- 
Adoo, mngrs. 

Greensboro Opera House, 206-8 W Market. James 
H West, mgr. 

PARKS 

Base Ball Park, Proximity. 




(A 



The Contracts 
of the 



PENN Mutual Life 



Are the 
Most Liberal. 



See J H. flERRITT, 



4 Katz Building. 



Will H,Mattliewsi Co. ciSSim 

304 South Elm Street. FOR CASH ONLY. 



J^ 78 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

TS — 

O 

^ IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION 

9 CO ^^ 

* C ^ Greensboro Industrial and Immigration Assn — Or- 

y O O ganized June 30, 1894. An organization of business 

Z ^ 2 ^^'^ ^*^ promote manufacturing enterprises and to in- 

X i^ r^ duce immigration. Special inducements to manufactu- 

>Z ^T5 furnished by the Secretary. Office 220 S Elm st. Ex- 



■^^ ^ -'■. U. UV^r 11 It ill l^lflllV/l-l. ►_1JJW1C11 ±XXVH^V^^1JL1\_^XXI„0 l-Vf J-LI.t*.Ai tl ACtV^ LIA 

h- JSh ^ rers to locate in Greensboro. Descriptive pamphlet 

T3 ctS 



U ^ 5 ecutive Committee: J S Hunter, President, Sec and 



> 5 ^"^^ Treas Hunter Mfg & Com Co ; W E Stone, 1st V-Prest., 

*** Q >^ Prest Board of Education, Sec and Treas George Mfg 

Q^ ^ Co; E P Wharton, 2d V-Prest, Pres Sou Guaranty & 

•»^ Invt Co; W M Barber, Sec and Treas, Editor (jreems- 

^ g boro Patriot; R W Brooks, Lumber Dealer; W E Bev- 

/— ^ p-y^ ill, Treas Greensboro Tobacco Assn, Director G'boro 

Natl Bank; J W Lindau, Sec and Treas Sou Finishing 

""^~"~"" and Warehouse Co; J M Hendrix, J M Hendrix & Co, 

■ Dry Goods; Neil Ellington, Prest G'boro Natl Bank^ 

C9 J W Fry; J Norman Wills, Secy Odell Hdw Co. 

• BANKS AND BANKERS 
, , , 

■■*■■ 2 The Greensboro National Bank, (incor), 235 S Elm. 

^■^■^ 4j Organized 1876 by Jesse H Lindsay, Julius A Gray, 

^— 'H and others. Reorganized 1896. Capital, |100,000; Neil 

^^■" C| Ellington, prest; W S Hill, v-prest; A H Alderman, 

«H^ q cashr; Directors: J M Odell, L McCulloch, W E Bevill, 

^"; ,^ W H Ragan, Neil Ellington, W S Hill, W J Armfield. 

^^[ 'S The City National Bank, 119 S Elm (incor State 

gm ^ T^ bank 1889, incor National bank, 1899. J M Walker, 

^22 C prest; S L Trogdon, v-prest; R G Vaughn, cashr; Di- 

^SC C3 rectors: J M Walker, S L Trogdon, J S Hunter, J Van 

jj^JU Lindlev, A W McAlister, Dred Peacock, B H Merri- 

^MH rg mon, M L Shields, J Ad Hodgin, J N Wyllie. 

M^^ 2 The People's Savings Bank of Greensboro, N C, 115 

Q S Elm St. Net deposits April 1, 1899, $126,196.58. 

^^ rh Board of Officers for 1897-98: J W" Scott, prest; J A 

'SSSSSi Odell, v-prest; Jas A Hodgin, Treas; H H Cartland, 

>j clerk; R D Douglas, atty. Trustees: W P Beall, O W^ 

li Carr, A P Eckel, T M Pickard, S L Trogdon, R M Doug- 

^ las, H L Fry, C P Frazier, J W Scott, Aaron Menden- 
hall, J R Mendenhall, D W C Benbow, Geo S Sergeant, 
J Van Lindley. Investment Committee: The Presi- 
dent, ex-offlcio', J A Odell, D W C Benbow, J W Scott. 



Rankin, Chishoim, Stroud & Rees - mens .. 

300 South Elm Street. OUTFITTERS. 



Cape Fear M'nfg Co. 

BUlLprNQ MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Rough and Dressed 
Lunaber, - 
Shingles, Etc. 
Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. - 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



79 



BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 

The Home Building Company. Owners real estate. 
Office 209 Buchanan. H H Cartland, prest; Jas D 
Glenn, v-prest; J S Hunter, Sec and Treas; R M Doug- 
las, Genl Counsel. Directors: H H Cartland, J S Hun- 
ter, J W Scott, A T Vernon, W P Beall, Jas D Glenn, 
J W Fry, G S Sergeant, W E Coffin, \\ C McLean, R 
M Douglas. . Executive Committee: J W Scott, Wm 
P Beall, G S Sergeant, J S Hunter. 

Southern Loan and Trust Company. S L & T Co 
Bldg. Incor February, 1899. Capital |25,O0O. Sur- 
plus 124,539.65. E P Wharton, prest; A W McAlister, 
v-prest; David White, sec and treas. 

INSURANCE COMPANIES 

Southern Stock Mutual Ins Co ; S L »& T Co bldg. In- 
corporated. Capital 1100,000. J M Worth, prest; E P 
Wharton, v-prest; A W McAlister, sec and treas. 

Underwriters of Greensboro, S L & T Co bldg. In- 
corporated. Capital 175,000. J Van Lindley, prest; 
E P Wharton, v-prest; A W McAlister, sec and treas. 

LIGHT AND WATER COS 

Greensboro Gas and Electric Light Co. R R King, 
prest; R J Marks, secy, treas and mgr. 112 N Forbis. 

Greensboro Water Supply Co., 118 W Market st. 
Jas D Glenn, Prest; R R King, Treas; W C Seddon, 
Treas. Directors: Wm H Bosley, A H Taylor, W 
Seddon, R R King,Jas D Glenn. 

NEWSPAPERS 

College Message (The) — Published monthly by the 
Literary Societies of G'boro Female College. 

Daily Record (The)— 222-4 S Elm st. Ninth year. 
Reece & Elam, editors and pixjprs. Published e^«ery af- 
ternoon, except Sunday. 

Greensboro Evening Telegram (The) — 313 S Elm. 
Robt M Phillips editor and lessee. Published every 
afternoon except Sunday. 

Greensboro Patriot — Published every Wednesday. 
W M Barber & Co, publishers. 



O 
,00 



X 

< 

CO . 

O ■< 

s ^, ^ 

H O 
3 
CO 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60, 

General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs. 



/.^^. 



staple and Fancy Groceries. PHOENIX & AIKEN 

SPECIAL ATTENTION ^^^ ^ .n • o 

TO SELECT RETAIL TRADE. 210 South OaviB Street. 



^\ 80 MALONEY^S GREENSBORO 

Oil Greensboro Presbyterian (Tbe)S Elm. Rev E W 



UJ 

- J 

5 < 
£ liJ 

|5 

< 
Z 



Smitb, J C Wbarton, editors; issued weekly. 

♦5 Nortb Carolina Christian Advocate— Capital stock, 

% $13,000. Established 1855. Organ Western N C Con- 

♦3 ference. J F Miller, prest; L W Crawford, sec, treas 

*" and editor. Directors: J F Miller, L W Crawford, A 

E J Williams, Mrs Annie Pulleu Crawford. 

ui North Carolina Friend (The)— 410 E McCulloch. 

£ Enoch Stout and J S Cox, editors; issued weekly. 

3 Our Church Record— 302i S Elm. Organ of the N 

® Conference, Methodist Protestant Church. Published 

,jj weekly; Jos F McCulloch, ed and propr. 

? (COLORED) 

3 A & M College Register (The)— Published monthly 

at the A & M College. P E Robinson, W T C Cheek, 
editors; A W Curtis, business mgr; J H M Butler, man 
editor. 

■ TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH GO'S 

Western Union Tel Co, 114 S Elm. 
Greensboro Telephone Exchange, 102 S Davie. T J 
BIcAdoo, propr. 

EXPRESS GO'S 

Southern Express Co, 334 S Elm. 

RAILROADS 

Atlantic & Yadkin Ry — Pass and freigfht depot, For- 
bis bet Depot and Fayetteville. 

Southern Railwaj —Paws and frt depots, S Elm nr 
Buchanan. 



THOMAS SETTLE, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 

SOUTHERN LOAN AND TRUST BUILDING. 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Pluibing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATINQ.. 



Southern Loan and Trust 

COMPANY 

OIF O-ISEEnsrSBOIEEO, 3sr. c. 

■ ■■■■■■■■■■■nun 

Capital (Paid Up) $25,000.00. Surplus, $24,539.65. 




Negotiates Loans, Guarantees Securities. 

Acts as Surety on Bonds. Authorized Legal Depositary 
for Court and Trust Funds. Authorized by Law to Act 
as Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Trustee, Re- 
ceiver, Assignee. 



TRANSACTS A GENERAL FIRE INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 
... BUSINESS . . . 



E. P. WHARTON, President. A. W. McALISTER, Vice-President. 
DAVID WHITE, Secretary and Treasurer. 



3 M WORTH, President 



Sonthern Stock-Mutual Insurance Co. 



AND J. VAN LINDLKY, President. 



E. P. WHARTON, Vlce-Pres. 
A. W. McALISTER, 

Sec'y and Treas. 



Underwriters of Greensboro 

GJ^HEflSBOt^O, N- C. 



20 PER CENT. DIVIDENDS PAID 
TO POLICY-HOLDERS ANNUALLY. 



Over ^20,000.^0 in Dividends to Policy- Helders on the 
k business of 1895, '96, '97, '98. 



CoiM^Sed JLssGtSs - - 92S3,TifT,^5. 




POMCY-HOLDERS NOT LIABLE TO ASSESSM 





houHands of Testimonials from Poiicy-Holders can be Furnished- 

> 
Gbkensboro, N. C, Feb. Ist, ]899. 

^rW© have been oarrj'ing for the past four years a policy on our banking buui^ 

iiiT^» Southern Stock-Mutual Insurance Company. Our dividends have amountea 

tq^l^f^pO. We commend this excellent company as itrong, safe and dese.r^.^^^ 

tbe^jljj^nage of our people. W^L. 

THE GREENSBORO NATIONAL BANK, ll^ 

iied) By Nkil Eli.ikgtoh, President. 

Greensbobo, N. 0., Feb. Ist, ^9. 
We are carrying insurance in both the Southern Stuck-Mutual and the Under- 
writers of Greensboro, and are receiving annually from each company dividends of 
20 per cent. j^/V^e patronize these companies because we believe them toAe safe and 
strong and because they save us money. 

^^ i ODELL HARDWiaE^'O.. 




^ By J. A. OWtLL, President. 

A Hundred Testimonials Like the Foiiowing Can be Furnished. 

Gbeknsbobo, N. C, Feb. 17th, 1898. 
We, the undersigned, sustained losses by fire in the conflagration of May 29, 
1897, the most disastrous fire that has visited Greensboro in twenty-five years. We 
were insured in the Southern Stock-Mutual Insurance Company. Our respective 
losses were adjusted with the utmost promptne's a d in the most satis factor}' 
manner, and were paid in full without discount within three days after the fire. 
Mb8. H. G. brown, W. G. MEBANE COMPANY, 

HI.\TT A LAMB, S. E. HUDSON, 

Mi88 0. J. GORRELL, J. A. HODGIN, 

J. T. RANKIN & BRO., AV. J. TEAGUE, Trustee, 

VUNCANON & COMPANY. 



■^*^<■i<£^i<^^pia»aa«Ji^^^M«^<Wajig^ i^i W i i ■ |i> i i n - ■ j i j ^^jm 



W. F. GLEGG & BRO. Fn.irM>.ce 



364-8 South Elm Street. 



J 

and Commission Merchants. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



81 



VOLUME V. 



P 



•■'T^ *'TN* fc-Tst ti'T^ t^'TSi t'Tvi I'T^ "T* •''TSt •'T>« fT^ vTsi •nT^ "^ ^ 

_ ^^ ir ^g^. ^^ ,c=%k. '^^ =£=- _ 




1900 



Street and Avenue Directory. 

Note — All names in Street Directory denote heads of houses. All 
Streets are arranged alphabetically, regardless of location. 

Elm street, running north and south, is the dividing line for all 
streets running east and west, and Market street, running east and 
west, is the dividing line for all streets running north and south, 
from which numbers begin. 

ASTERISK (*) OPPOSITE NAME DENOTES MARRIED 



ARLINGTON STREET 

From Faj'etterille, south 
beyond limits, first east of 
S Elm 

421 J R Fitzmaurice.* C E 

422 J W Whitsett,* engr 

427 J D Kase,* mech engr 

428 H L Fry,* engr 

433 R A Fleming* 

434 A A Joihnson,* slmn 
437 G W Kestler,* druggist 
442 G S Sergeant,* mfr 
447 W A Fields* 

450 A T Vernon,* bag agt 

451 A B White,* watchman 

452 A A McDuffle,* mer 
456 St Andrews Episcopal 

Church 



(Lee intersects) 

500 J D Glenn.* pres 

501 W P Bynum jr,* atty 

502 Mrs G R Horry 
507 J AY McNairy,* mfr 
510 J Y Smith,* carp 
515 Vacant 

518 L C Iseley,* carp 

519 J Curtis,* carp 
521 D Lewis,* farmer 

(Bragg intersects) 
601 Mrs M A Harrington 
609 Cemetery M E Oh (S) 
613 J H Neese,* marble yd 
616 P C Hunt,* insp 

620 T W Wiley,* carp 

621 J Love,* carp 

624 E Denny,* foreman 



C^^ 



CD 

o 



GREENSBORO, N. C. l0 



2 



2. 

I" 

fi) 



-I Pa 
c ? t 
c c «" 



Pa 

5" a. 



*S * 
t o 

» 3 O 

SSI: 

a a- 

» o H. 
&a„2 



GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 



FINEST WORK IN THE CITY. 



III-II3 West Market Street. 
6 



PHONE 72. 



MURRAY BROS. 

113 SOUTH ELNI STREET. PHONE 163. 



INSURANCE. 



-"•n 



Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler.. 







CO 


a 


i 


(0 


CO 


^ « 




X 2 


o 


i| 


CO 


Z> 


09 

CO 


HATTA 

Trunks and 


c« 




z 


X 

o 
c 


< 



82 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



ARLINGTON ST.— Cont'd. 
625 H T Allred,* slioenikr 
628 W O Devinev,* carp 
702 A L York,*, carp 
706 W C Jefferson,* bostle. 
710 W B Baker,* elk 
(McCuH'och intersects) 



ASHE STREET 

Prom W Market, n to W 
Gaston & s to beyond lim- 
its; second w of N Elm 

GOING NORTH 

(W Gaston intersects) 

GOING SOUTH 

110 Mrs T C Trotter 

111 Vacant 

113 W B East,* elk 

115 S W Sheetz,* linemn 

120 M H Pimiix,* slmn 

121 H B Tatuin,* livery 
(Sycamore intersects) 

202 Rev S Pool* 
210 J H Rankin* 
218 Mrs M E Tliacker 
224 Mrs M P Ridge 
230 W C Weaver,* contr 
(Wasihington intersects) 
312 L W Andrews* 
316 J A Barringer,* atty 

336 C Mebane* 

337 J P Landretli,* blksmith 
339 J O'Connor,* baker 

346 T P Mangum,* agt 

347 Mrs E T Peters 
350 G W Armfleld* 

358 J B Graham,* agt 

359 M L Stewart* 
(Bnchanan intersects) 

364 W E Coffin,* agt 

(Walker ave intersects) 
516-22 E E Bain, lumber 
524-32 Guilford Lumber Mfg 

Co 
560(300) Brooks Mfg Co, Ibr 



(Lc^ intersects) 
600 W T Carroll,* gro 
601-03 St Matthews M E Oh 

(c) 
604 Mrs E C Harvey 
606 Sallie Taylor (c), cook 
600 M Holt (c),* RMS 

608 Lula McCauley (c), 

609 Rev S A Peeler (c),* 

610 Louisa Roberts (c), 
613 M S Jeff'reys,* mer 
617 W T Carroll,* gro 

622 W G Basden (c),* waiter 
622 E Davis (c),* barber 

627 W L Hepler,* elk 

628 W A Godfrey,* carp 

629 vV P Mullican,* mer 
636 Mrs E Kersey 

(Bragg intersects) 
705 J R Jeffreys,* police 
708 E E Bain,* mer 

708 W M Love,* mer 

709 P Tliompson,* shoemkr 
709-19 Old Citv Cemetery 

711 W C Walker,* carp 

712 S Thompson,* shoemkr 

722 Lula Albright (c), laund 

723 W Sloan (c),* eng:r 
729 Z T Williams (c),* ptr 

< (Austin intersects) 

800 G McAdoo (c),* lab 

801 Vacant' 

803 Amanda Johnson (c),. 

806 M Bevill (c),* blksmith 

807 Mallnd'a Hopper (c), 
809 G Banks (c),* barber 

811 Lizzie Mays (c), laund 

812 S Prayer (c),* lab 

813 C Evans (c),* lab 
817 G Dick (c),* lab 

820 Mary Rusi^ell (c), laund 
823-25 Troxler Bros, grocers 
824 D J Gilmer (c),* gro 




1 i%0wtt'>*j 

TWO MILES EAST CITY. 



PHONE 43. 



— - >':'--■ 



!i'f t*'MI<(' 



Matthews & Hammer 

302^ SOUTH ELM STREET. 



GENERAL 

Insurance Agents 

Only the Best Com- 
panies Represented. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



8S' 



826 Ev Lutheran Grace 
School (c) 
(McOulloch intersects) 

900 Vacant 

901 F Shide (c),* lab 
903 Wm Garrett (c),* 
910 Vacant 

1000 A G Nelson & Son (c), 

grocers 

1001 Wm Garrett (c), gro 
1003 Mary Faucett (c), 
1000 Mariah E Dav (c), tchr 
1007 Vacant 

1011 G W McAdoo (c),* tchr 

1012 Gertrude Whitis (c) 

1016 J Jones (c)* 

1017 Ann Doke (c), laund 

1021 W LoTett (c).* carp 
3022 N Pur\is (c),* lab 

1022 L Mitchell (c),* lab 
1024 Mary Nelson (c), 

1029 J McAdoo (c),* farmer 

1030 Graded School No 2 (c) 
1034 Chas Sellars (c), gro 
1043 Wm Lindsay (c)* 

1045 Jno Little (c), gro 

1046 D G Tatum (c),* lab 
1046 Jno Curry (c).* porter 

(W^hittington intersects) 
2002 Lydia Ashe (c), laund 
2010 Margaret Payne (c) 



ASHEBORO STREET 

From Gorrell s & s w bey- 
ond limits; second e of S 
Elm 

Cor Gorrill— Dr E L 
Stamey 

310 Vacant 

311 W R Forbis,* undertkr 
314 B W Best,* phys 

322 Cam Witherspoon* 

323 Mrs M Murray 

328 A L Rankin,* real est 

334 W D McAdoo,* real est 

335 Vacant 



346 Mrs T A Hawkins, bdg 

347 M A Whittington 

351 T Bernard,* train mstr 
(Lee intersects) 

400 T Settle,* atty 

401 H Faulconer,* dispr 

404 W P Beall,* phys 

405 J E Scott,* dry' goods 

409 Westminster Presby Oh 

410 J A Pritchett,* J P 
413 R Wingate,* bicycles 

416 G W Kestler & Son 
4161 Vacant 

417 Mrs H H Oartland 

418 W^ F Fleming &Co 
420 Asheboro St Pharmacy 
422 T G INIcLean & Son 

(Bragg intersects) 

500 J Henry Phipps,* gro 

501 South Side Hose Co No- 

4 

502 W A Hennessee,* lunch 
506 H B Marlev,* phys 

512 R A Gilmer,* tob 

518 J H Phipps,* grocer 

519 R M Douglas,* atty 
(Douglass intersectsj 

600 Mrs M O Wootton 
603 M G Newell,* buggies 

606 G A Mebane", engr 

607 A.sheboro St Public SchI 
609 J T Woofers,* carp 

612 Mrs A Sampson 

613 L W Buck,* supt 

617 IN Smith,* supt 

618 B E Jones,* bkpr 

620 R W Williams,* elk 

621 Vacant 

624 F Thornton, jeweler 
629 J R Mendenhall,* mfr 

633 L T Blair,* teacher 

634 G T Glascock,* foundry 
637 W A Brower,* grocer 
641 W Cox,* supt 

(McCulloch intersects) 
700 J S Barnes,* grocer 



o 


z c/> 


-4 


r- m o o 


o 


> 


C 


C 




30 


H 


o 


% 


H 


X 






(/i 


m 

30 


o 


m 


o 


z 


o 


:: 


o 




^ 




H 
m 

z 


C/3 

m 

> 

r- 


z 


1-^ 


H 


:; 


=1 


=p 






o 


B9 


•• 


z 


?c 


a> 


-0 


P 


3* 


ta 


c 


c 


cs 


xsta 

2. o 




H 

o 


(S* 


-s 


r- 


o 
o 

o 


=r 


C/3 


» 


1-^ 


3 

o 




~~ 


?r 


93 


. 


TTl 


3 
(C3 


-n 


CO 


&3 




3 


-n 


< 


S- 


iT» 


^ 


O 






ai 


-z 


"• 




CO 






^ 


n 




■o 




B> 




CD 


a. 
O 


3 
3 

a. 




9 


3" 
CD 








CO 

CD 
1-^ 



C/9 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 W. SVSarket St. 



ALL KINDS ^f^ 

Feed and 
...Seed Products. 



McGLAMROCH BROS. 



Mantels, Crates, 
. . . Tiles . . - 



The Cahlll Special Crate" is the Best Made. See it. 



a. 
m O 



» o 
o o 



21 

r5 



Q- 



84 

A^IIBBORO t^T^Cont'd 
703 Mis L Whittinffton 
713 Mm L M McCulloch 
713 Will T Tike,* elk 

(Swanna noa intersects) 
803 F A Matthews,* woodyd 
S(V4 F Linville,* borses 

805 W H Matthews,* clo 

806 O Wilson,* inventoi- 
(Whittin^ton intersects) 

901 E F Williams,* elk 
904 Mrs M O'Connor 

907 F Keith,* plasterer 

908 L E Glenn,* inspr 

909 W A Jeffreys,* carp 

911 B F Barefoot,* carp 

912 C L Banner,* carp 

913 C W Crawley,* earp 

914 E C Hamilton,* music 

teacher 

917 Wui Blair,* lab 

918 Wm Lewis,* lab 
918 Mrs M A Killen 
924 D Higgins,* mgr 

AUSTIN STREET 

From S Ashe w to Bilbro 
alley* eighth s of W Mar- 
ket 
318(818) Vacant 
320(820) J W Nelson (e) 
' 325(825) Fannie Jones (c) 
I 330(830) S Martin (c),* lab 
I 334(834) W Matthews (c) 
* 339(839) A Ward (c),* lab 
I 340 Shiloli Bap Oh (c) ^ 
' 341(841) Bobt Ho'ward (c) 
; 345(845) R B Payne (c)* 
s 346(846) Winnie Hogan (c) 
i (Jc^hnson intersects) 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



104 J \V S-tack,* swtcbmn 
106 W F Wilson,* 
108 Mrs C T McOormick 
110 M F Hancock,* carp 
117 J F Morton,* elk 
121 W M Moore,* carp 
125 E L Armentrout* 



BAIN STREET 



From S Elm w tO' C F & 
Y V R R; fifth south of W 
Market 



BAPTIST STREET 

From Maple e beyond lim- 
its; second s of E Market 
719 A Gorrell (c), iaund 
725 G Crump (c),* lab 
735 S B Bullock (e),* cook 
745 Lucy Brooks (c), cook 

(Dodson intersects) 
803 Providence Bap Cli (c) 
817 Rev A A Powell (c) 
827 J Graves (c),* porter 

(Deans al intersects) 

BEACH STREET 

From E Market n to Me- 
bane; ninth e of N Elm 
106 L Wilson (c),* shoemkr 
108 Wm Gordon (c),* lab 
120 R Cousin (c),* lab 
124 G Alston (c),* lab 

127 S M Smith (c),* barber 

128 W Murphy (c),* lab 

129 Sallie Whitis (c), eook 
132 M Jenkins (c),* driver 
136 H Hill (e),* lab 

140 W Lindsay (c),* lab 
144 L W Graves (c),* lab 
(Mebane intersects) 

BELLE MEADE AVENUE 

From N Greene w to lim- 
its; second n of W Market 
214 Vacant 

218 J A Byrd,* barber 
221 A M McAdoo* 
226-28 J W King, tob 
229-31 W L Wharton, tob 



IMP0R1ERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 



HagUG-McCOrkle cry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S Elm SUeet, 



"y^—' " ■■*-. 



C. E. HOLTON 



McAdoo House Building. 



"1 

Prescription 
Work 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



1S99-1000 CITY DIRECTORY 



85- 



229-31 F K Troo-don, tob 

234 W H Ellei-,* bkpr 

235 C Mans,* tailor 
240 W A Scott.* police 
245 H Jacobs,* tailor 
246-48 J F Jordan & Co, tob 
251 C C Biichanion 

286 Mrs H E Tate 

(Edgewortli intersects) 
309 L A \Yyric-k,* collr 
311 Mrs H L Kirkpatrick 
(Spring intersects) 



BELLEVUE STREET 

From E Bragg s to Me 
Cullocii; fonrTh east of S 
Elm 

822 Yacant 

824 Yacant 

826 R Yentress;* lab 

830 Yacant 

831 Yacant 

839 J E Field,* oarp 
853 E R Tucker,* grocer 
863 A G Alexander* 

866 T W King,* saloon 

867 Mrs M E Kirkman 
916 J R Trnitt,* carp 
920 J F Lewis,* overseer 

923 J B Wright,* music dlr 

924 R T Thomas,* elk 
(M c C u 1 lo c h 1 nt er sec t s) 



BENNETT STREET 

Fro'ni E A^^ashington s to 

limits 
305 D Alston (c),* lab 
1000 S ^A^ Headen (c)* 
2005 M J Bullock (c)* 
2007 J P Morris (c),* tchr 

2023 G Page (c),* brkman 
2063 S Harden (c),* lab 
2079 A Moore (c),* draymn 
2093 T Martin (c),* cook 



BESSEMER AVENUE 

Northern limits ; extends 
east & west 



BILBRO ALLEY 

From A\" Lee south to lim- 
its; third Av of S Elm 
707 G F Fi-Y* 
817 G C Coggins,* grocer 
819 J C TeacLiey,* carp 
821 AV M Thornelow,* elk 
825 ^V E Tomliuson,* elk 



BLANDWOOD AVENUE 

From "W ^^'ashington s to 
Walker ave; fourth w of 
S Elm 
360 J N Longest,* contr 



BOON STREET 

From E ^Market n to N 
R R; ninth e of N Elm 
113 A Donnell (c),* lab 
119 N Donnell (c),* lab 
125 Martha A Miller (c> 
3086 A Smith 



BRAGG STREET 

From S Elm e to limits^ 
and w to Cedar; eighth » 
of Market 

GOIXG EAST 
218 Mrs J Legerton 
220 C J Adair,* yd mstr 
(Yance intersects) 

300 ^-acant 

301 H P Clarida,* meat mkl 
304 F Y Snell,* plumber 
308 B E Smith,* bkpr 

313 Yacant 

318 T G IMcLean,* grocer 

323 C A Reynolds,* carp 

324 R J Allen.* engr 

329 ^Y D IMendeuhall. secy 

330 J Cournow.* engr 



>' = = 

> • ^ 3 

H £ ""^ ? 
C e ^ O 

—I 

> g 

S* _^'S 

B Er 5 

<^ 5 Ss? 

* IS. BT ss 

as O •• 



For the Best 
and Most 
Reliable 
Accident 
Insurance 
See ... . 



J. H, Merritt 



He Represents tne 

/ETNA AND TRAVELERS 

Policies and Tickets Issued at 
the Greensboro Office, 

No. 4 Katz BuildlnK. 



Will H. Matthews & Co. 

304 South Elm Street. 



The Leading 

HABERDASHERS 

One Price. For Cash Only. 



cc 

c5 



C/} 

euo 



euD- 



;86 



MJ 



^ CA 



•= = </> 



03 

=3 



C9 



MALONEYS GEEENSBOKO 



BRAGG ST.— (Cont'd 
(Bellevue intersects) 

343 U L Robinson,* engr 
(Ashe'bopo intersects) 

515 W R Elliott,* carp 

519 D W Venable 

537 Mrs E Jackson 

541 W G Jeffreys,* condr 
(Pearson intersects) 
(Martin intersects) 
(East intersects) 

840 W F Clarida,* postmn 

2085 J V Smith (c),* lab 
GOING WEST 

106 E A Reynolds* 

114 Mrs L L Otterbourg 

204 Y Purvis (c) * liremn 

205 Vacant 

218 J W Jones (c),* lab 
222 S N Ridge,* carp 
228 J W Bain,* carp 

230 J L Montgomery, mclist 

231 Mrs D I Davis' 
240 Rev J C Schmidt* 

(Ashe intersects) 
351 T G Proctor,* painter 
;360 H McAden (c),* lab 
303 J Keck (c),* 
307 E Saiindei^s (c),* mer 
•371 P Moore (c),* drayman 
.377 D V Willwit,* farmer 
(Bilbro al intersects) 

401 W L Horney,* miller 

402 G C Coggins,* mer 

404 A A Osborne* 

405 H G Gumming*, carp 
407 Vacant 

411 G T Branson,* bkpr 

415 J I Fountain,* engr 

416 M L Spencer,* carp 
422 R L Binkley,* brkmn 

' 423 J H Davis* 

429 C F IVIoon,* mech 
432(433) J R Bilbi'o,* inspr 
(Spring intersects) 



501 C H Holden,* condr 
503 I W Sharp,* mason 
505 E F Pearce,* fireman 
507 Mrs M M ^^^yrick 
509 E n Holder* 

(Cedar intersects; 



BROOKS STREET 

From Bain s to W Lee 



BROWN STREET 

Prom Southein Ry s to 
Walker ave 



BUCHANAN STREET 

From S Elm w to Ashe; 

third s of Market 
116 Railroad Eating House 
119-23 D R Huffines,* bet 
120 J M Clymer,* elk 

124 Monroe House 

125 E R Neems, uphol 
206 J E Ferguson,* mer 

208 Mrs .V C Kirkman 

209 Home Bldg Co 
209-11 Hunter Mfg & Com 

Co 
209-11 J N Leak & Co, tob 
214 C F OrutclifieM* 
214 Mrs H J Crutchfield 
S e coir Ashe— J L King & 
Co, tob 
(Ashe intersects) 
(Edgeworth intersects) 



CAROLINE STREET 

Northern limit 



CARR STREET 

From jNIendenhall w be- 
yond limits; second south 
of W Market 
922 J A Cannad'ay,* engr 
924 H D Stone,* "^carp 
926 J M Bandy,* C E 
939 G L Jones,* elk 



RANKIN, CHiSKOLM, STROUD & REES 



Clothing, Trunks 

300 SOUTH ELWI STREET. 



and Valises. 



Fresh, Tender Meats. 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 



stalls 3, 5, 7, CI y Market. 



CO 

cu 



cts 



CO 



. rT CO 

Uj 

a: 



O 

o 



en 

CO 

■C3 en 
CO C9 



UJ 



OO CO 



oo 



MALONEY'S GEEENSBORO 



CHURCH ST —Cont'd 
445 A H Leftwich,* tob 
449 J M Dick,* stm Idry 
473 Vacant 
480 Mrs M Dick 
488 ^Am E Stone,* lio'siery 
mfr 
(Heudrix intersects) 
711 R K Hanner,* carp 
721 J M Hendrix,* mer 
739 J R Wharron,* super 
743 Mrs J Rankin 



CLAY STREET 

From N Elm and Cliurcli 
northwest to Green; sec- 
ond n of W Market 

114 Mrs B M Houstom 

122 M Lamb,* carp 
(Greene intersects) 



CLINTON STREET 

From E Market s to 1^: 
Washington; seventh e of 
N Elm 
(Sycamore intersects) 

200 C Garrett (c), cook 

201 M Merritt (c), cook 

205 R Shoffner (c),* lab 

206 W Austin (c),* lab 

209 G W Cobb (c),'* carp 

212 Hannah Setzer (c) 

213 D Graves (c),* lab 

210 Mis^s M Conwell 

217 W I Johnson (c),* lab 

220 Wm Gregory (c),* lab 

(Washington intersects) 



COLE STREET 

From Church e to limits; 
fifth n of E Market 

416 C Terry (c),* laund 

417 iM Atwater (c),* lab 
421 B Yates (c),* carp 

424 W W Horton (c),* tailor 



425 R Thacker (c),* carp 

426 G Cannon (c),* co'ok 

427 S D Berrv (c),* lab 

428 A Blount (c),* tinner 

429 Annie Rice (c) 

430 H AVinchester (c),* cook 

431 R M AMnchester (c), lal> 
436 J Hadley (c),* lab 

438 Wm Cooper (c),* lab 
440 L Merritt (c), laund 
443 M AA^atkins (c), 

447 J McKenna (c),* tob 

448 B Miller (c),* lab 
450 H Dick (c),* lab 
455 Wm Byrd (c),* lab 

458 N Donnell (c),* plumbei'^ 
460 G Donnell (c),* driver 

462 V Tatum (c),* lab 

463 S Donnell (c),* drayman 

464 ^'acant 

467 C Dick (c),'- lab 

469 L Kernigan (c), laund 

471 S Stokes (c),* lab 



COLLEGE AVENUE 

From Bennett e to limits;, 
first s of Gorrell 
997 J Graves (c),* lab 
999 C McAdoo (c),* farmer 

(High intersects) 
1031 J AA'oraack (c),* driver 
3 033 A^qcant 
1035 D Burton (c),* lab 
1037 T G Lowe,* grocer 
3 041 J M Webb (c),* lab 
1047 C Leftwich (c),* lab 
1059 J M Garrett,* molder 
(East intersects) 
(Xew intersects) 



COLLEGE PLACE 

Private wSlJ through G'- 
boro Female Col ground» 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plumbing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
H EATING. 



Cape Fear M'nf g Co. 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Rough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimaies Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



181)!) 1!K)0 CITY DIREOTORY. 



87 



CEDAR STREET 

Froiu W Market north to 
N Greene & s to limits; 
sixth w of Elm 
GOING A^ORTH 
(Gaston intersects) 
50?> E L Sides,* teller 
201) J H ^^'est,* nier 
212 C E Moore,* nrer 
217 D R Aiken,* nier 
222 J M Jlailey,* elk 
228 \V S Lyon,* slum 
22<) J A Albright* 
233 R O rickard,* nier 
235 T M Pickard,* mer 

(Guilford ave intersects) 
304 Rev P J Oari^awaj* 
(Belle M'eade ave intersects) 
402 H E Bryan * 
407 R E I*earce,* ]»oliee 
409 J A Porter,* uphol 
(Sc'hen'ck intei'sects) 
501 G W Allev 
501 R R Alley,* elk 
GOING SOUTH 
(McGee intorsect's) 
(^^'alker ave intersects) 
(M'orehead ave intersects) 
(W Lee intersects). 
(W Bragg intersects) 

(Worth intersects) 
(McCulloch initersectvs) 



CHESTNUT STREET 

From E Market n to Hen- 
drix; fourth e of N Elm 
(Mebane intersects) 
30O J M May,* carp 

(Lindsay intersects) 
402 R M Mackenzie (c)* 
410 A Kestler (c),* janitor 
416 S Murray (c),* cook 

419 Vin^ey Grant (c), cook 

420 Wm Jones (c), butcher 



433 Kate HaiTis (c), cook 

434 J Jones (c),* grocer 

(Cole intersects) 
504 N Hargrove (c), liaund 
507 W Sloan (c),* lab 
514 P Cotton (c),* porter 
518 A Graves (c),* lab 

(Summit ave intersects) 
640 G W Denny,* gro 
650 W R Andrews,* mchst 
658 J A Wright,* ins 
664 Mrs S Doub 
668 C Fields,* grocer 
(Hendrix intersects) 



CHURCH STREET 

Froiu Summit iave n to 
limits; first e of N Elm 

200 First Presb3i:eriau Oh 
(Lind'say intersects) 

301 C W Jennings,* mer 

309 Wm Haves,* oil 

321 Mrs Ella Weill 

328 D L Hagani,* real est 

332 Mrs N L Shoiber 

335 B F Mebane,* cotton 

336 J W Griffith,* dentist 
347 R G Vaughn,* cas'hier 
351 Vacant 

354 Mrs C S Hagan 

355 Rev E W Smith* 

(Smith iuitersects) 
401 S C Smith,* tchr 
4()() ^Vm B Bogart* 
407 W L Callum,* trav slmn 
411 R H Phoenix,* elk 

416 J J Hill,* pat meds 

417 J R Callum,* druggist 

424 Mrs M D Farrar 

425 M K (\illum,* trav slm 
434 G H Royster,* dry gds 

438 R P Robertson,* dentist 

439 IMrs B A Cunningham 
444 Vacant 



CO 



m 









S3 r+ 

CO > 
CO <-i 

co» 

CD 

2. PS 
p a 

CD 

►3 



CD 

era 
c/9 



Pomona Terra Cotta Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 



SEWER PiPE, 
WEIL TOBING, 
DRAIN TILE. Etc. 



HOTEL GLEBG 

W. F. CLEGG, Propr. 



IN C ONNEC TION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 



1899-1000 CITY DIE ECTOR Y. 



89* 



COURT SQUARE 

From N Elm w & s to W 
Market; first n of W Mar- 
ket & first w of N Elm 
100 C M Stedmau,* attj 
100 King & Kimball, attjs 
101-09 John Barker,* mer 

103 Boyd & Brooks, attys 

104 J N A^'ilson,* attv 
106 Bynum, B & F, attvs 
108 J A Hoskins,* ex-sheriff 
111 L M Scott, atty 

111 Wm L Scott, atty 
113 J A Barrinoer,* atty 
117 W P Beall,* phys 
117 A M Scales,* atty 



DAVIE STREET 

From E Market north to 
Church and s to Payette- 
ville; first e of N Elm 
100 J F Aiken," grocer 
102 Mrs M F Buchanan 
102 H L Motfitt, carp 

102 George Potts,* painter 

103 W S Moore,* mer 
105 D E Thomas,* retired 
108 J Barker,* grocer 
116 B N Smith,* farmer 

118 H S Patterson,* gvocer 

119 J D Helms,* druggist 
122 W M Barber,* editor 

(Ga/st'on intersects) 

200 Vacant 

201 Mrs L V Ellis, bdg hse 
203 R J Marks,* mgr 

206 H Wilson, mailclk 

210 Mrs L A Rees 

220 W D Ciorl,* blksmith 
(iSIebane intersects) 

302 E A Miller,* mer 

303 J E Catlin,* ins adjstr 
308 J B Minor,* grocer 
314 L J Brandt,* cot buyer 



(Summit aye intersects) 

GOING SOUTH 

102 G'boTO Telephone Ex 

(Second Flooi-) 
104 Mrs T Grayson, dyer 
104 S Rose, painter 
104 W Heath, carp 
108 Annie Burton (c), rest 
10'9 G Ledford, coach mkr 
110 P Allen (c),* lab 
112 Jane Davis (c) 
115 & IK) C P Vanstory,* 
117 J E Fergerson, grocer 

(Second Floor) 

117 Mrs S P Bell, dress mkr 

119 J L Ro'binson,* paintei* 

120 W M Collins, undertkr 

121 J C Oliye,* grocer 
122-24 Henry Hunter,* gro 
123-25 Andrew & Sockwell^ 

( Sy c a n i ( » r (^ i nter se c t s) 

200 C A Clapp,* grocer 

201 City Market 
203 Vacant 

205 Vaeant 

206 Vacant 

207-9 J E Blair,* carp 
208-10-12 J J Phoenix,* 
208-10-12 Phoenix & Aiken 
211 Mrs M E Leonard 
213 Mrs B Carrico 
215 J M Hughes,* tailor 
217 W H Andrews,* lab 

220 G W St Sing 

221 J C Boon,* carp 

224 Ellis Saunders (c),* do 

225 W O Stratfoi-d,* 

226 Hufle & Oyerby 

227 Vacant 

229 C L Sliaw,* horse shoer 

230 Jane Black (c),* rest 
233 Vacant 

(E T\''ashiugton intersects) 
302 P Mc Ca dden (c),* driver 



rO 



•< 

tn 
K 

2 
O 

w _ 



(D 



30 



S "0 

2! 

<5 > 






A •- a^ 

p » 2 



7"^ 



!i 2. 2 
t o 

* o 5. 

9 0.1 



Greensboro Steam Laundry 

HMI3 West Hittei stmt. Pluiie72. 



SHIRTS, 
COLLARS 
and CUFFS 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see 

MURRAY BROS. 



.. 113 .. 

SOUTH ELM ST. 
Phone 163. 



CO -90 



MALOXEY'S CIKEP^NSBOKO 



+^ 2 

(« O 

I o 



:5 .12 

O 3 
LL 



J)AA'IE KT.— ('((ntVl 
olO Ofibni'ii ^: C ran ford 
324-(;-S Odill Hai-dware ('o 
m27 lOllis H( iidpison,* condr 
332 AnuM-ican House (c) 
337 Mi-s M H Alfoid 
343 Beta Morehead (c), rest 
345 Cumiiuiiliain Bros 
377 Allen House 



DELPLINE STREET 



From 
limits 



Eld.ueworrh w to 



DEPOT STREET 

From S Elm e to Forbis; 
tliird s of E Market 
113-15 Tatum & Tavlor 




DODSON STREET 

From K ^Market, n to lim- 
its & s to Baptist; tenth e 
of Elm 

GOIXG NORTH 

J L Cooper (c).* lab 

J Jeffers (c),* dravman 

W H Patillo (c)'" 

S Bimms (c),* cook 

L B Galloway (c)* 

B G Higlitower (c)* 

H H Falkeuer (c),* tckr 

P F Malloy (c)* 

S S Sevier (c)* 

Vacant 

R T Jennings (c)* 

W H Hughes (c). phjs 

C Johnson (c),* porter 

J Rooks (c).* steward 

GOINti SOI^TH 
H B<-rry (c),* lab 
WH T Powell (c),* lab 



DOUGLASS STREET 



From ^Vvsh(4)0ix) e to lim- 
its; first s of E Bragg 



526 T Wright,* farmer 
528 R L AVoodward,* hdw 
532 R L Allied,* carp 

(Person intersects) 
614 Mrs L E CVocker 

(Martin intersects) 
700 R R Hill,* try slum 
735 L Trice (c),* lab 



EAST STREET 

From E Market s to lim- 
its; twelfth e of Elm 
104 Madam Hattie ilurphy 
108 Wm Brooks (c),* lab " 
110 J F Dick (c), *lab 
112 E Han'is (c),* lab 
114 R Black (c),* grocer 
110 Vacant 

118 F Steele (c), laund 
120 H Donnell (c), lab 

(Railroad Crossing) 
2063 M Bi'own,* driver 
2065 R T Bisho]),* lab 
2071 Chuirch (Vacant) 

2074 J E Hare,* lab 

2075 G Smith (c),* painter 
2076(2070) J W Cheek* 

2080 S M Bolden,* lab 

2081 I E Doggett,* elk 

2084 Mrs J Lewis 

2085 Vacant 

2093 Bettie Smothers fc) 
2099 B Covington (c),* lab 

(Wasihington interseets) 
3001 C Gilmer (c),* lab 
3007 F Morgan (c),* lab 
3013 T L Walker,* carp 
3018 Vacant 

3022 Mrs M Whittington 
3027 P R nines,* dairy 

(Oollege ave intersects) 
(Gorrell intersects) 
4051 C Jeffris (c), seamstr's 
4057 Vacant 
4059 Rev C Blaylock (c)* 
4061 S McDonald (c),* gro 



JNO. A. YOUNG 

TROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, Shade and ... , 
Ornamental Trees 
VINES AND PLANTS. 



i^a— wayeagesM" 






MATTHEWS & HAMMER 

302K South Elm Street. 



ill Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident. 

Se6 them before placing 
your insurance. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



91 



4065 S McDonald (c),* gro 

4066 B P Price (c),* lab 

4067 J E Chavis (c),* lab 

(Ivee intersects) 
4069 M Harris (c),* lab 
4071 J McCain (c).* lab 
4073 S Atwater (c),* lab 

4077 O Clapp (c),* porter 

4078 G Thacker (c),* lab 

4079 S Stanfteld (c).* lab 
4082 J Caldwell (c),* lab 

(Bragg intersects) 
4098 Kate M'cMaster (c) 
(Julian intersects) 



EDGEWORTH STREET 

From W jMarket n to pj 
Greene & s to W Lee, 
GOING XORTH 

(Gaston intersects) 
207 F A Macdonald ,* C E 
211 Vacant 
215 B B Bonlden* 
223 J F Jordan* 

235 D J Sinclair,* real est 

236 W W Ellington,* mer 
243 J W Fo'rbis,* mer 
249 J R Cutchin,* slnin 

(Belle Meade intersects) 
305 G W White*, elk 
311 D R Schenck,* phys 
317 Ge'o A Smitli,* tobacco 
(Humpbrey's a^ve intersects) 
403 D Schenck,* atty 
435 Wni Harber (c),* lab 

(Schenck intersects) 
503 Jack Golden,* painter 
520 E D Golden,* mer 
(Greene intersects) 
GOING SOUTH 
304 G A Mebane*. phys 
406(506) W O Coble,* elk 



ELIVl STREET 

One of the main thorough- 
fares of the city, extends 
from Market, north antl 
south to limits, is the di- 
viding line for streets ex- 
tending east and west, and 
from it numbers begin 
GOING NORTH 
100| Bradshaw & Newlin 
102 A E Fordham & Co, gro 
102 John Orzali,* shoemkr 
104^ J T Morehead, atty 
106 U S Revenue agts office 
108 A P Eckle, J P 
110 J A Pritchett.* J P 
112 Clerk of Citv of G'boro 
112 D Schenck jr,* atty 
112 J N Staples,* attv 
112 W R Richardson* 
120-2 Berger-T\ ood Tob Co 

(Gaston intersects) 
N w cor Gaston — County 

Jail 
200 E A Cox,* fireman 
210 Planters Hotel 
218 G Dick,* mer 
227 C G Wright,* atty 

(Clay intersects!^ 
305 J G Bynum,* atty 

311 N M King,* slum 
(Summit ave intersects) 

312 Mrs Sallie Gilmer 
325 J J Bryan,* phys 
327 Miss A B Houston 
329 J T Melton,* elk 

337 J S (:obb,* tob mer 

338 E W Lyon,* real estate 
340 J W Fry,* gen mgr A 

) & Y R R 

345 J S Jones,* ins agt 
349 C M A^anstory,* mer 

(Price iutersiects) 
411 Rev H W Jones* 
414 Mrs N A Brown 



O X C/3 H 

r- m o o 
o > c c 
^ DO H o 
^ H X X 

zz fA m 



</i 



m 



30 a 






Im 



ja 

<« -TJ 

P - 

2. o 

— -: 

CO 

— ^ ^ 
s o 

— ^ 

-n 3' 

— «o 

il 



= 3 

S.3 
C CO 

P H 

— o 

r- =■ 

Si 

-T^ O 

») _. 
a) 



03 



O. 3 



C/3 

CD 
CD 



00 



s 

> 
O B-B-l ^ 

> c 

m 

o 

n 

-< 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



McClamPDCh Bpds. 




en 



C/3 



Mantels, Grates, 
... Tiles ... 

TRY OUR 

GREENSBORO, N. C. " "CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE." 

rnrnlst. Tlle« and ,.«yTne^^««rs^_Oe^Jb^trJ^^ 

GREEN^^BORO^ 

U^H^Tp Tmner, pliys 

120 "L W Woods (c),* barber 

121 Fariss rharmacy 

122 Benbow House 
12H Kobt Winj;ate,* mgi' 

123 B L ^Yiuft•ate, bicycles 
(Basenveut) 

123 J W Emiei'sou (cj* 
125 L B Lindau, grocer 
12(5 S J Kaufmaun,* mer 
127 Katz Building 
1 J S Jooies,* iiis 
2-3 Dr W eT Richardson 

4 J H Meiiitt,* ins 

5 W R Land, real estate 
G-7 Boyd, ^Vaddell & Cv 

ins 

(Second Floor) 
Mer & Mfrs Assn 
(Sycamoire intersects) 
201 S P Keeling, grocer 
206-8 Johnson & D'orsett, 
dry go'ods 

209 A Watson (c),* rest 

210 Wharton Bros, sta 

211 WF Whittington,* 
repr 

211^' D Clark (c),* lab 
212" Bank of Guilford 
213 F R Saunders (c),* 

213 L B Albertson* 

214 Hiukle Bi-^os, dry goods 

215 S A Kerr,* grocer 

216 M B Shrier* 

217 G S Gaulden & Oo, har- 
ness 

217 McClamrock Br'os. man- 
j tels 

j 217 Jas Duffy,* florist 
1 218 Vacant 
219 E M Caldcleugh & Bro. 

crockery 
219^ E M Caldcleugh, rtns 
2191 R A (^aldcleugh, rms- 
219| S O Melvin, rnis 
220'G'boro I & I Assn 



MALONEY'S 

ELM l^T^^^^nt'd 
415 A A Wells,* suijit 
435 St Agnes Catholic Ch 

(Scheuck intersects) 
503 1) Sc'heuck jr,* atty 

GOING SOUTH 
S w cor E Market— U S Post 
Office & Court House 
100 H Gardner,* drugs 
lOU^ Wood House 
lOOi C L Andrews Mineral 

Waters 
102 ^^' P> Farrar's Son 
104 J 11 Wright,* pianos 
106 H H Cortland, est 
106^ G W AVhitsett,* dentist 
IOgI Jordan, Sinclair & I 
Macdonald 
Austin Moody* ! 

K G White,* photgr | 
A R Wilson,* phys \ 

A E Ledbetter,* phys 
J A Tate,* radse bkr 
107" Joe Lee, laundry 

108 G W Ward,* druggist 

109 J H Wheeler, dentist 

110 M T Edgerton,* real est 

111 G T Kearsley & Co, r est, 

112 Annie Cator & Co, mil 

113 Murray Bros, ins 

113 R W Murray,* ins 
113^ J E W\Tche,* dentist 

114 W U Tel Oo 

115 Peoples Savings Bank 

115 Adams & Douglas, atty 

116 G'boro Book Store 
118 R W Brooks,* Ibr 
118 Eagle Foundry 

118 G H Roysiter,* dry gds 

119 Citv National Bank 
1191 The G'boa-o Mei* Col Oo 
1191 ^^' R Laud, rms 
119| L C Howlett, rms 
1191 Life Ins Co of Va Agcy 
119^ J J Bryan,* phys 



1061 
1061 
106^, 
1061 
1061 



furn 



clo 



IMPOKIERS AHD WHOLESALERS OP 



HaSUe-McCOrkle cry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 an< 322 S. EIn SUeet. 



^rnnu rn 



SE5 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdOG House Buildings 



TOILET ARTICLES, 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Soda anJ Mineral Waters. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



9;^ 



Co, 



220 G'bo'ro Patriot 

221 J M Hendrix & Co 
222-24 Daily Record 
223 G'boiro' Hdw Co' 

225 Harry-Bielk Bros 

d'ry goods 
2254- J W (rriffitli,* dentist 
2251 P R Gray, rms 
2254 Julius Cone, rms 

(Third Floor) 
225| Pytliiau Castle 

226 L A S'liiithdeal, music 
-227 J R McDnffie,* crockery 

228 E V Huo-iies,* barber ' 

229 Wakefieid Hdw Co 

230 Bend'heim D & Sons 

231 E G jSVwcomb,* saloon 

232 Thacker & Broclimann, 

d'ry goods 

233 Gone Expert Co 
2331 O W Carr & Co, ins 
233^ T B Keogh.* atty 

(Third Floor) 
2334 Masonic Hall 

234 S Brown Mer Co 

234J Paine, Murphy & Co, 

brokers 
234J G'boro Pressing Club 

235 G'bwo Natl Bank 
236-8 C M Vanstory & Co. 

clothing 
240-42 J W Scott& Co,* gro 

(Washington intersects) 
300 E R Michaux 

300 Rankin, C S, & R, clo 

301 J T J Battle,* phys 

302 Carolina Shoe Co 

302 J H Hopkins,* architect 

3021 p A Peirce, C E 

3024 Matthews & Hammer, 

ins 
3024 J T Johnson-, phys 
302| D Wise, tailor 
302| W C Bain,* contr 
::{02J- Our Churcli Record 



3024 E L Stout,* printer 
3024 B W Best,* phys 
303 C E Holton 

303 G Daniel, bicycles 

304 W H Matthews & Co, 

clothing 
30G-8 Fisblate-Katz Co, clo 
307 McAdoo House 

310 J H ^^'^est,* rest 

311 J A Byrd,* barber 

312 Simpson-Shields Shoe 

Co 

313 A F Moore,"* shoemkr 
313 T R Oliver,* gun smith 
313 J H Coleman,* gun 

smith 
313 Evening Telegram 
311 "16 Merchants Gro Co 

318 .Alorris & Co 

319 Payne & Graham (c) 
320-22 Hague-McCOrkle Co, 

dry goods 
321 Odell Hdw Co, plumg 

dept 
323-25 Odell Hdw Co 
324 Jones & Co. pianos 
324 F F Smith,* undertkr 
324 J W T\'harton,* lime 
326 SchifCman Jewelry Co 

328 R G Fortune & Go, mer 

329 John Barker.* saloon 
329-31 Richardson Drug Co 

330 \\' ef Ridge.* furniture 
330J A K Venable. tailor 
3304^ Central Lodging House 
331" W E Lewis,* confr 

332 Racket Store 

333 C C Townsend,* vehicles 

334 So Ex Co 

335 Mrs C C Townsend, bdg 

336 N J McDuffle,* furniture 

337 M G Newell & Co 

339 J W Jones, genl mdse 

340 I Isaacson,* dry goods 

341 R P Gorrell,* saloon 



0) 



|0 

3£ 



r ? 

e 



(D 




(0 



The Contracts 
of the 



PENN Mutual Life 



Are the 
Most Lii)6ral. 



See J. H. HERRITT, 



4 Katz Building. 



1: 



i 



Will H, Matthews & Co. 

304 South Elm Street. 



The One Price 
CLOTHIERS 

FOR CASH ONLY, 



CO 

o 

O 

= o_cc 

SL. O 



94 



MALONEiY'S GREENSBORO 



ELM ST.— ('lontinned 
342 J L Keeling,* grocer 
342|- Vacant 
;U4 E G AV'est,* saloon 
340 (J C Sh'otrner, saloon 
348 E Morehead,* liv sta 
350' D L Godfi-ev, resti- 
352 AV S Kivett,* restr 
35() Mrs E V \A'atIington 
358 L L Glegg,* confr 
358.^ \y S Craig (c),* bdg 
3(50 J H Rhodes,* barber 
362 B Stadiem & Son, dry 

goods 
304 W F Clegg & Bros, pro 
364^ Wm F Clegg, eig mkr 
360 O F Pearce,* grocer 
368 Holel Clegg 

(Buchanan intersects) 
408 G T McLamb,* grocer 
410 S J McCaulej,* saloon 
(R R crossing intersects) 

500 Allred & Thompson 

501 C H Coble,* saloon 

503 J R TMiitley, restr 

504 Grissom & Fordliiam 

(Second Floor) 
504 N H Dean,* rms 

504 C H Halev,* rms 

505 B V'oltz, baker 

500 Bloxton & Jennings 
500^. E B Williams,* barber 

508 Crutchfield Hd^ Co 
508^- J E Curtis,* printer 
5084^ E Brewer,* painter 
5081 Rev A F Whitwort* 
50S| T F Anderson* 

509 Water Tower 

510 No Charge Co, grocers 

510 G'boro Seed & Plant Co 

511 M S Jeffreys,* gro 

(Second Floor) 

511 n Proctor,* shoemkr 

512 Hiatt & Lamb, gen mdse 

513 S E Hudson, grocer 



514 
515 
515J 
510 " 

518 

521 

523 

525 
527 
528 
530 
531 
532 
532 
534 
535 
536 

000 
608 
610 
612 
014 

025 
628 
029 
630 
636 
637 

700 
701 
711 
715 
710 
719 
725 

812 
816 
820 

828 



J E Scoitt,* dry goods 
Tucker & Ervin, grocers 

J A Leonard, photgr 
Rankin & Ilodgin, slw>es 
S G H'odgin & (Jo, dry 

goods 
Woodard & McCuistou 

hardware 
J F Landret'h,* blksmtb 
A Wilkerson, blksmith 
W Van story (c),* lunch 
Vancanon & Go, grocers. 
J N Ingram,* grocers 
J M Roberts,* mer 
M Shevel, furniture 
]\Trs S Tucker 
J H Swortzel,* flour 
C E Woltz,* carp 
Lea Bros, genl mdse 

(Lewis intersects) 
W H Dailey,* gro 
Mrs M O Deaver, bdg 
T G Lowe,* mer 
V C Lewis,* elk 
Vacant 

(Bain intersects) 
R W Brooks,* Ibr 
J A Hodgin,* mfr 
A W Langston,* bdg 

Vacant 
A F Brooks,* contr 
M C Henley,* cabt mkr 

(Lee intersects) 
L M Ciymer,* propr 
R M Phillips,* editor 
B S Phillips,* foreman 
Mrs S E Hudson, gro 
J Lewis,* blksmith 
N L Spencer,* mech 
J B McCauley,* elk 

(Bragg intersects) 
J R Bowman,* carp 
J F Watson,* mer 
R A Stanford,* lab 
T J Pleasants,* painter 



Rankin, Chisholm, Stroud & Rees - mens .. 

300 South Elm Street. OUTFITTERS. 



Cape Fear M'nf'g Co. 

BUILDINQ MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Rough and Dressetl 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1S99-1900 CITY DIKECTOKY. 



95i 



83G J H Fogleman,* carp 
837 Vacant. 

840 J M York,* foreman 

841 J T Edwards,* lab 
843 W S Kivett,* mer 

845 Rutli Hairston (c), cook 
853 Kate Bland (c), laund 
856 Mrs E I)owd 
8G0 S J Walker* 

861 J L Sullivan,* fireman 

862 P Womble,* elk 

864 Mary Murchison (c), 

865 Mrs M E Kirkman 

870 Zena. Robinson (c), oook 

871 J A Hackney,* weaver 
(McCullocli intersects) 

902 J F Watson & Oo, gro 
905 ^-acant 

912 W B Rosson,* carp 

913 T A Wiley,* foreman 

914 G A Davis* 

916 MrsBJerrel 

917 W P Baker,* carp 

918 J Hart,* lab 

920 J Claybourne (c),* lab 

921 Mrs E Pritchett 

922 S Glapp,* lab 

924 Mrs M A Goins 

925 Cemetery (c) 

926 J H Brown* 
928 O R Smith* 

928 B L Lamb, harness rakr 
'930 W G Hackney,* carp 
932 W A Smith* 



EMPIRE QUARTERS 

N of Empire Steel 
Iron Co 



and 



EUGENE STREET 

From W^ Market, n to W 
Gaston & s to Walker ave ; 
third w of Elm 

GOING NORTH 

(W Gaston intergects) 



GOING SOUTH 

202 J J Nelson, elk 

203 G S Bradshaw,* attv 
207 J L Thacker,* mer 
215 J M Morehead,* attv 
215 Joim W Smith,* bkpr 
220 B B Williams,* Dhys 
224 M Schiffman,* mer 

(Washington intei^si^cCs} 

318 Mrs A W Irvin 

319 Mrs Lizzie Lindsay 
321 S Schiffman,* jeweler 
323 Rev L Johnson* 

327 Vacant 
357 Vacant 
359 Mrs I F Rives 

(Walker ave interHeocs) 



FACTORY STREET 

From King e to Mc^tlahon;: 
tliird s of E Market 
419 W T Sergeant,* supt 

(Martin intorsecfs) 
815 Lou Tticker vc), laund 
819 Annie Bingham (c) 

824 E Morehead (c),* hostlr 

825 R Pearce (c),* lab 

828 J Walker (c),' drl-.-er 

829 Emily McGee ir-i, laund 

830 G Wagstaff (o* b.itcher 
837 Isaac Smitli (lO.* .Iriver 

(McMahon in ter?" H-is) 



O 
00 

0) 

O 

c 



X 

< 
o 

■< 

o 



I — -^ 

m o "t^ 

S r.. ^ 

^ -5' 

m —- 

H o 

3 



FAYETTEVILLE STREET 

From S Elm e to Ashe- 
boro; fifth s of Market 
110 Tallmans Bottling Wks 
112 Vacant 

(Basement) 
112 C W Jennings Fruit Co 
114 Vacant 
124 L M Scott, atty 

(A rlington- intersects) 
202 H A Williams,* train, 
master 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 

General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs. 



Staple and Fancy Groceries, PfJOENIX & AIKEN 

210 South Davie Street. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION 
TO SELECT RETAIL TRADE. 



UJ 

< 

111 






Z 



o 

E 

iij 

£ 
3 

o 

(A 

IT) 
CM 
CO 

I 

M 

a 

w 



f)6 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



FAYETTE \'I LLE— ('ont'd 
210 C Y Scoll,* elk 
213 Allen House 
21(j E G Neweomb,* saloou 
222 J A Swain,* carp 
220 J T Bass,* siipt 
(Asheboro in'tersects) 



FIFTH AVENUE 

First e of Summit ave, 
runs s from Percy 
557 Vacant 

(Bagley intersects) 
560 Vacant 
567 Vacant 
570 Vacant 
601 Vacant 
608 Vacant 
015 E A Miller,* mgr 
620 Vacant 

(Dewey intersects) 



FORBIS STREET 

P'rom E ^Market n to Lind- 
say, and s to E Washing- 
ton; second s of Market 
GOING NORTH 
104 A F Workman,* carp 
108-10 J Mclntvre,* elec 
1 12 G'bwo Gas'& Elec Lt Co 
115 Lee Lynch (c),* lab 
117 T L Martin (c).* waiter 

(Gaston intersects) 
200 R H Smith,* overseer 

204 J W Mesley,* raolder 

205 Fred Ho'lt'(c),* porter 
207 S H Hayes (c),* driver 
207 Thos Apple (c),* driver 
210 St James Pres Ch (c) 

212 H A Gibs«n (c)* 

213 Dicy Pickett (c), cook 
216 J W Emersion (c)* 
226 J Smith (c).* cook 

(Mebane intersects) 
309 G P Skinner,* harness 
311 L W Clark,* designer 



312 J P Scott,* elk 

313 J L Fonda,* trav slnin 
315 W G Mebane, broker- 
320 W C McLean,* mer 
320 N'acant 

(Lindsay intersects) 
GOING SOUTH 
117 II J Elam,* printer 
(Sycamore intersects) 
200 J D Alverson,* elk 

203 J H Bounie,* tehr 

204 S Chouris, candy mfr 

207 J H Buchanan, farmer 

208 W C Orrell,* painter 
211 S A Hanner,* mchst 
216 J M Hughes,* tailor 
222 Mrs M S May 

(Washington intersects) 



FULTON STREET 

From Walker ave s to lim- 
its 



GASTON STREET 

From N Elm e to Maple 
and w to Cedar; first n of 
Market 

GOING EAST 
107 J H Johnson,* sewing- 
machines 
109 J A Tate,* broker 

(N Davie intersects) 
208 J M Stewart,* foreman 

213 J T Oox,* lab 

214 J T Caldwell (c).* lab 

215 Elnma Johnson (c) 
218 David Scott, const 
221 J Alston (c),* driver 
221 J Lindsay (c),* driver 
224 Oliver Scott (c),* janitr 

226 Lonis Wright (c)* 

227 George Tayloi' (c)* 

233 Lizzie Martin (c), laund 

234 Wm Morehead (c)* 

235 M Byers (c),* janitor 
239 Anna Edwards (c) 



W.G. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary PlDibing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



( 

Jhe State Homal 



AND 



IndastFial College 

OR INORXH CAROLINA 

otters to Young Women ..^.^J^iim^a^atllL. 

thorough literary, classical, and 
sckfltific education, and special 
peMgogical training. 



Annual Expenses, Including board, ^ - - ~ $90 to $I30.00 
For nonfresldents of the State, _'___- JSCfeOO 



non*i 





THREE DEPARTMENTS OF WORK. 

1— NORMAL DEPARTMENT, including full courses in English and 
Hi^ory, Mathematics, Natural Science, Ancient and Modern Languages, 
Industrial Art, Vocal Music and Elocution, Physical Culture, History an(^ 
Pli%>sophy of Education, and Science and Art of Teaching. 

^.—COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT, embracing such •ubiticr? h^ 
St^ography, Typewriting, Telegraphy and Bookkeeping. 

^r^OMESTIC SCIENCE DEPARTMENT, embracing such subjectSj. 
Co^HiJI^nd Sewing, Cutting and Fitting, Care of the Sick, General H^jj^- 
hold^^^omy. 

COURSES OF STUDY, 

l.-^K)UR REGULAR COURSES leading to the diploma of the College, 
allowing special attention to special departments of work. 
2. — I^st-graduate courses in Special stibjeets. 
3.— Correspondence courses. 

fc FACULTY. 

Thirty membe«rof rthe Faculty, representing in tK8!RH8tufe and training 
many of the leading CcjUeges and Universities of this country and Europe. 

PRACTICE AND OBSERVATION SCHOOL. 

A Practice School of seven grades and two hundred children, taught by 
advanced students of College under direction of trained and skillful supervis- 
ing teachers. 

PATRONAGE. 

More than Four Hundred regular students in daily attendance, represent- 
ing every section of North Carolina. More than sixteen hundred matricu- 
lates during past six years, representing every county in the State except one. 

8®° Special course for teachers during the last two months of the 
scholastic year. 

For catalogue or other information, address 

PRESIDENT McIVER, Qreensboro, N. C. 



-••HONE 72. 



1 !« ■ ■*« 




< 

(—1 

O 

<1 
O 

o 

O 
O 

w 

o 
o 



p^ 

H 

02 

P 

ft 

<i 

P5 
o 

H 
H 
<1 
H 
c» 

H 
H 



V,r. T. CLEIB & BKU. FruirProduce 



364-8 South Elm Street. 



J 

and Commission Merchants. 



189!)-1*)00 CITY DIRECTORY. 



"240 Jennie Jordan (c) 

243 Jesse Wriglit (c), portr 

244 S R Jones (c)* 

245 Jane Martin (c), laund 
(N FoT'bis intersects) / 

(Percy intersects) / 
516-18 Saraih Simpson (c)(^ 
522 Cordelia Adams (c) i 
(Gilmer intersects) f 
COi W P Bennett,* gro/er 
601(B) L Doggett (c),* carp 
603 Wm Broadnax (c)* 
605 A Worth (c),* lab 
607 T DelMnger (c),*"cCi^k 
611 G W Johnson (c),* lab 
613 R Wharton (c),* lab^ 
615 Annie Morefield (c)(;;^ 
617 N Gilmore (c)* 
619 M Milton (c),* lab . 
621 N Hill (c),* shoemkk 
623 H Martin (c),* firema: 
625 Marv Houston (c), 
627 R McColhrm (c),* lab 
629 G Ruffln (c),* lab 
631 Wm Kane (c),* driven- 
633 Susan Jones 
635 T Rankin (c) 
637 A D Johnsto: 
639 Julia Rees 
641 A Avery j^),^ I^' 
(Maple /ntg'i'sects) 

goi/g/wes: 

103 Marv/Hm (^•),/cook 
108 Steaiie/ Cf ^o 1 
112 S B q^eesi* /guard 
116 T Ti:iifner/(0, lab 
118 Lydia "rfi^'mpson (c) 

(Greener iWersects) 
N W C'or N Greene— St Bar- 
nabas Epicsopal Ch 
211 J W M'angum,* mer 
214 W H Rees,* mer 
220 Wm H Turner,* lab 
223 Vacant 

(Ashe intersects) 
308 J L Keeling,* mer 




316 J W Smith,* whse 
322 IMrs M J Ball 

(Eugene intersects) 
400 G I>onnell,* farm,er 
426 Mrs M L Sherwood 
429 W L Wharton,* wh^ 
.433 W Z Lvon* , ^ 5 
435 J C Gentry,* clk^^'/:/, 
iS7 J \s' 'l>arker, tchr 
440 C M ^tb4taan,f, atty 
(Edgeworth intersects) ,f / 

515 F B Gardner,* bk^r' / 

516 M Pretzfelder,* dry gd^s 

519 J C Galium,* mfr 

520 Mrs C J Johnson 
( S ] ) J' i n g , i nt er sect s) 

602 C 4 Ireland,* mgr 
609 J NoTman Wills,* njer 
612 J N Leai,* mfr , ' f 
615 J N Richardson,*/ treas 
X>15 J E Wyche, dentist^ 
"16 WF Alderman jr,* ^Im 
8 Mrs. A L Wills 
Mrs F E Kdsti bli 
7 (Cedar intersects) 




GILMER STREET 

Frgni-^5:'"Market u to lim- 
tts^ and s to limits; sixth 
e O'f Elm 

GOING NORTH 
119 Mrs L C Bugbee 
(Gaston intersects) 

205 J Donnell (c),* shoemkr 

206 Wm Gnm.-r (»•).* waiier 
20S J Hutton (e),* lab 

211 I Shaw (c),* watchmn 

217 Letitia, Gray (c) 

221 S Hight (c),* barber 

221 S Morris (c),* porter 

222 J McConnell (c)* 
229 L Robbins (c),* lab 

223 Julia Washington (c) 
235 A Foster (c),* lab 

237 Wm Smith (c)* shoemkr 
239 Major Reed (c), lab 




cr t I/) a o 

C C "" 3 ffi S 

&=■ "n * 



GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 



FINEST WORK IN THE CITY. 



Ill-li3 West Market Street. 



PHONE 72. 



MUKKAY im. 

113 SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. 



iNllCiUK#niii v# 



Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler., 



'^ 



cd 

CO 

o 
c/> 

CO 

a 

X 

o 



98 



MALONEY'S GKEENSBOKO 



CO 

H 

z 

(0 

z 
< 

h 






GILMER ST.— Cont'd 
240 W Charles (c),* lab 
242(a) C H Curry (c),* lab 
242(b) Lucv Rich (c), cook 

(Mebane intersects) 
300 J Lindsay (c),* lab 
304 Vanstory & Alston (c) 
306 R H Vanstory (c),* lab 
310 Charity Young (c), cook 
314 J Sholi-ner (c),* lab 
310 J Singleton (c),* painter 
324 P Rison (e),* lab 

(Lindsay intersects) 
414 W Graves (c),* driver 
416 M Anderso'n (c) 
420 C White (c),* lab 
424 E Phelps (c),* carp 
GOING SOUTH 
113 Mrs E Lewis 
116 Maria Mason (c), laund 

119 S Scott (c),* lab 

120 Sarah Staton (c), laund 
12S Ida Burt (c), laund 
132 H Cone (c),* rest 

134 J Grafenreid (c), driver 

138 Ella Guthrie (c), laund 
(Sycamore intersects) 

139 A J Davis (c),* lab 

140 H James (c), lab 
153 H Graves (c),* lab 

(Washington intersects) 



GORRELL STREET 

From As)hebopo e to lim- 
its; fourth s of E Market 

Oor Ashebopo — Dr E L 
S'tamey 

301 F A Ma'tthews, wood yd 

304 Vacant 

310 Vacant 

314 Vacant 

318 Mrs E Ballard 

320 Cam Gales,* supt 

321 H D Hunt,* farmer 

(King intersects) 

322 O Williams.* trav slum 



328 ^V A Sharpe,* mal car 
330 J R Donnell,* broker 
332 J E Tomlinsou,* elk 
334 J H Gilliland,* condr 
(McAdoo ave intersects) 
400 L A Atkinson,* engr 
(Pearson intersects) 

438 D D DeButts,* slmn 

439 Vacant 

444 J C Bain,* retired 
450 ^V H Rawlins,* elk 
454 J E Osborn,* trav slmoi 

(Ma:rtin intersects) 
507 "\"acant 
511 S R Stewart,* miller 

(Macon intersects) 
611 Nancy Hayden (c) laund. 

(Bennett intersects) 



GREENE STREET 

From W Market n beyond 
limits and s to W Wash- 
ington; first w of Elm 
GOING NORTH 
105 Belle McNeally (c) cook 
114-16 E J & A G Stafford^ 

tob mfrs 
119-21 The American Tob Co. 
120' Vacant 

(Gaston intersects) 
201 St Barnabas Epis Ch 
209 I sham Davis (c) bksmtk 
239(a) J L King,* farmer 
239 (b) S S Mitchell & Co, 

genl mdse 
241-43 Farmers Whse 
245 J S Cobb & Co, leaf tob 
(Clay intcTsects) 

300 Mrs R Fagan 

301 Tlie Southern Tob Co 
312 P E (Causey.* elk 
313-15 J H \A^iitt & Co 

316 R R W\yr-ick,* molder 

317 Mrs E J Weaver 
320 Mrs E Sikes 

323 W I Perry,* inspr 




TWO MILES EAST 



PHONE 43. 



f. •■» 



Matthews & Hammer msu^ents 



30214 SOUTH ELM STREET. 



Only the Best Com- 
panies Represented. 



1899-1900 OITY DIRECTORY. 



99' 



.•{21 Mrs S E England 
324 Price Easley,* carp 
324 Mrs M A Cash 

327 J M T^pcburch* 

328 R W Hamlet,* 
330 A E Lewis* 

330 E J Jones,* druggist 

331 F F Smith,* undertaker 
335 A Jordan,* police 

340 J T Tliacker,* tailor 

341 C S Wheeler* 

(Price intersects) 
406 Dr R K Gregory* 
414 J E DeLorme,* nigr 
416 R O Gamble,* tob 
422 W S Overbey,-- whl wrt 

(Humpihrey's ave intersects) 
427 Mrs Addle Edwards 
431 R Quale* 
436 S J Golden,* painter 
(Schenck intersects) 

508 J W Schoolfleld* 

509 C F Thomas, printer 

516 W T Gregg,* lineman 

517 J Duffy,*florist 

(Keogh intersects) 

529 F W Carpenter* mgr 

(Edgeworth intersects) 

GOING SOUTH 

100 R E Andrews,* painter 

104 J M Reeee.* editor 

106 A J Williams,* fireman 

107 Vacant 

108 J G Foushee,* auditor 

109 N^acant 
(S3T.amore intersects) 

207 Mrs M P Lindsay 
219 W B Pemberton* 
225 Mrs M F Curtis 
232 W^ Washington St Bap 
Church 
(Washington i nter sect s) 



GUILFORD AVENUE 

Froiu X ('edar w beyond 
limits; second n of W 
Market 
706 Vacant 

708 A A Chandler,* tob 
710(410) J K Wheeler,* elk 
711(411) I O Lewis* 
713(413) J W Chandler* 
715(415) T L Jacobs,* tob 
721) D McNeil (c),* engr 
7-22-24 B H Merrimon, mfr 
805(505) L Crawford (c)* lab 
809(509) J W Richardson* 
820 B H Merrimon,* mfr 
907(709) Abram Mines (c)* 
915(715) J Womack (c) 
925 W Gant (c),* lab 
927 J McCauley (c).* sexton 
929(815) Sarah 'Gorrell (c) 



HENDRIX STREET 

From Church e to limits 
811 E M Hendrix,* broker 

839 C A Hendrix,* horse* 

840 S A Kerr,* grocer 

(Percy intersects) 



HIGH STREET 

From E Washington s to 
limits; eleventh e of S 
Elm 

(Gorrell intersects) 
401 Congregational Ch (c) 
408 Lydia Allen (c), laund 
410 W Alston (c),* lab 
412 R Lemmons (c),f lab 
419 Loval Y Graham Hos- 
pital (c) 

419 Loyal Y Graham Train- 

ing School for nurses 

(c) 

420 Vacan* 

421 A Emerson (c).* lab 

422 G K Barham (c),* porter 



O X 

I- m 
a > 

z w 



m 



o 
• o 



2. m 

a> z 



» - 

2. o 

— 1 

CO 

=■ CO 

—h ^ 

C O 

— S! 

"Tl 5' 



o o 



30 H « 



m 
30 a 

> - 

I- CO 

= 3 

._ o 

Z sr 

SJ -• 



p 



H 

— o 

r- '^ 

I- 

tf — . 

CO 



03 
.CO 



O 

o 

> 
z 
•< 



CD CL = 
CO =■ 3 

• CO 

CD 
CD 



oo 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 W. Market St. 



ALL KINDS OF. 



Feed and * 
Seed Products. 



McCLAMROGH BROS. 



^\^ 



Mantels, Grates, 
■ ■ ■ II les ■ ■ ■ 



A. 



The Cahill Special Crate" is the Best Made. See it. 



Qu 

W DC 
« O 

5S ^ 



a 
o 
o 

o 

< 



2r 



Q- 



<^ 



DQ 



100 



MALONEiY'S ( JREEXSIJORO 



tcln- 



HKJH ST.— (^ont'd 

i-2'A K JiMd (c),* lab 

425 (; Lockhart (c),* cai'p 

435 \'acaut 

(College ave intersects) 

500 W P Hayes (c)* 

512 E H McCarithy (c)* 

513 J Eimersion (c),* lab 
515 S Brown (c) cook 

517 J R Townes (c),* porter 

519 A Page (c),* lab 

520 C W Hajden (c), 

521 J D Hairston (c)* 

522 P Wright (c),* lab 
520 R J Shipp (c),* 
531 Isaac Wells (c)* 
536 D Sellers (c),* carp 

(Lee intersects) 

COl M Turner (c),* lab 

610 J Bethel (c),* lab 

611 ^'acanfc 

615 H Scales (c),* lab 

616 M Watson (c),* lab 
G19 B Reeves (c),* lab 



HUMPHREY'S AVENUE 

From N Greene s w to -N 
Edgewor'th ; fourth n of W 
Market 
252 S L Trogdon,* elk 



JACKSON STREET 

From Walker aye s to 
limits; seventh w of S Elm 
401 J Galloway (c),* lab 

405 N Milam, elk 

406 Vacant 

409 A E Ledbetter,* phys 

410 J N Apple,* carp 
501 F W Jacks'on,* condr 



JACKSONVILLE 

S w of city limits 



JONESBORO 

Someliiiics called Holly- 
• town, I' of city bey limits 



JULIAN AVENUE 

From Asheboro e; eighth 

s of E ]Market 
515 W A Jobe,* retired 
521 A A Hinkle,* mer 

(Martin intersects) 
902 W O Sti-atford,* mer 



KEOGH STREET 

From Greene n e to limits; 
sixth n of W Market 
614 C L Shaw,* blksmith 

621 J W Weatherly,* police 

622 J D Edwards,* farmer 
(Fisher ave intersects) 



KERR STREET 

From (.'hestnnt e to. limits 



KILDEE AVENUE 

First w of N & I College, 
runs from Spring Garden 
to S Rv 



KING STREET 

See McAdoo ave 



LAURA AVENUE 

Second w of N & I Col- 
lege, begins at Spring 
Garden, runs to S Ry 



LEE STREET 

From S Elm e and w to 
limits; sixth s of Market 
GOING EAST 
115 Friends Oh 
117 J T Lane,* carp 

(Arlington intersects) 

209 J J W Harriss,* engr 

210 Grace M P Ch 

213 H Gardner,* druggist 



Hague-McCorkle 

DRY GOODS CO. 



IMPORIERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

Dry Goods and Notions 

320 and 322 S Elm Street. 



O. t:. hOLTON 



McAdoo House Building. 



Prescription 
Work 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



101 



supt 



214 S H Boyd,* ins 
217 G A Gi-imsley,* 

220 Mrs M S Sharpe 

221 Rev B L Beall* 
224 Vacant 

(Asheboi'O' intersects) 

324 Vacant 

325 A Weather Ij,* real est 
328 I Isaacson,* clo'tliing 

(McAdoo are intersects) 
400 W M Adams,* plumber 
406 J H Cole,* elk 

411 C B Guthrie,* condr 

412 R H Simmons,* mchst 
(Pearson intersects) 

GOIXG ^VEST 
122 J A Hammond,* carp 

124 G W Hill,* carp 

125 W M Jennings* 

204 J S Holton,* fireman 

(A she intersects) 
321 A A Crutchfield* 
323 S G Blaylock," mer 
.324 A Harvey,* printer 

326 N J Cumraings* 

327 Mrs I B Hudson 

328 T A Edwards,* farmer 
331 Mrs E McBride 

335 Vacant 
337 J O Elliott 
340 J H Low,* mer 
342 C L L'amb,* mer 
344 Rufus McClamroch* 
352 ]M Vuncanon*, mer 
356 J H Medearis.* condr 

358 F M Fields,* farmer 

359 Wm Woods (c)* lab 

359 Xancy Thomas («^ 

360 R G Hiatt,* mei' 
(Bilbro ai intersects) 

411 J S Cox,* mfr 

412 Vacant 

422 T I Poole,* brk mason 

423 J E Pope* 
423 S P Jones* 



427 L M Fry,* mech 
427 J A Pope* 
431 J W Ray* 

(Spring intersects) 
500 W R Poole,* contr 

503 H C Bilbro,* foreman 

504 Vacant 

506 W J Morrison,* farmer 

514 A F Lambeth* 

515 R Alorrison,* mer 

(Cedar intersects) 
600 O C ^A'ysong,* slmn 
606 J C Patrick,* upholst 
621 J R Pitts,* mer 
641 Mrs Mary Lampman 



S 



< 

m 

z 
o 
z 

H 
TO 
> 

o 

T 



t^^ 



LEWIS STREET 

From S Elm w & s w to 


Z 

■ 

o 


^aam m 


Ashe; fourth s of W Mar- 
ket 


^ 


108 Vacant 




aa 


109 J Lewis,* blksmith 




y^^ 


110 Wagner & Bro, lunch 
112 Vacant 




C3 c 


114 J B Robertson* 

115 Acme 31ill Works 


^ 


SO 3 


116 J B Roberston,* lunch 


> 


3- !- 

<» "^ 3 


118 Eagle Foundry Co 

118 Eagle Co 

122 C W Yost, blksmith 

122 J \A^ Truitt. repr 

123 Vacant 
125 Vacant 


H 
C 

p 

y 


e to the 

lA WASHINGT 

Nation's Capital. 


202 G'boro Sash & Blind Co 


> 


o 


209-11 Cape Fear Mfg Co 


f 


- 


212-14 G F Glascock & Sou, 


_ 


foun'drv 




C/9 


218-20 :Morrison & Bros, gro 


B 
D 


_-s 


227 S G Blaylock,* gro 

228 Vacant 


b DInl 
estlbu 


230 J H Low,* gro 

231 G W Treadaway 
233 W T Ho'dgin,* mech 


o 

p 


ng Cars, 
le Palace 
Sleeping 


235 A'acant 




c^ I 



For the Best 
and Most 
Reliable 
Accident 
Insurance 
See 



J. H. Merritt 



He Represents tne 

/ETNA AND TRAVELERS 

Policies and Ticlrets Issued at 
the Greensboro Office, 

No. 4 Katz Building. 



^«i rill «■ 



Will H. Matthews I CoSs 

One Price. For Cash Only. 



304 South Elm Street. 



102 



MALONEiY\S GKEEXSBORO 



en 






CB 



CU 






Zl tr> 



•= = </> 



CU 

en 



no- 



J223 
225 



Cd 



LINDSAY STREET 

Fi^om Ohureh e to limits; 
third n of E Market 
218 Liudsa.y St Pub School 

218 Siipt City Pub Schools 

219 Mrs L C^Boone 

221 G S Gaulden,* harness 

P P Yates,* Sim 

J Price,* dispr 
227 J N Wilson,* atty 
-231 T A Lyon,* trav'slmn 
(Forbis intersects) 

302 Mrs M E King 

303 J W Scott, mer • 
309 J H Saunders* 

312 J J McGoldrick,* slmn 

313 W F B'O'wart,* elk 
316 J D White,* retired 
319 J T Abbott,* mchst 
323 W J Clary,* mer 
327 Mrs Z McDowell 

(Chestnut intersects) 
411 F Eccles (c),* lab 

415 Wm Yates (c),* tinner 

416 J Albright (c),* janitor 

419 H H Graham (c)* 

420 E F Blake (e),* lab 

422 T Rankin (c),* lab 

423 G Randall (c),* lab 

(Percy intersects) 
505 E Whilis (c),* lab 
505 J H Whitis (c),* ins 
500 P Moreluad (c),* lab 
507 I R Richardson (c),* lab 
513 S ^Vare (c),* lab 
515 G Scott (c),* lab 

519 O Graves (c),* lab 

520 Henrietta Garrett (c) 
(Gilmer intersects) 

'601 J W Patterson (c),* gro 
604 John Alston (c),* lab 
■605 A Gorrell (c),* lab 
606 J Alston (c),* lab 

608 J W Patterson (c)* 

609 Vacant 

mi E McRae (c),* lab 



612 
(;13 
617 
()20 
622 
62() 
(534 
639 
643 
644 



Sarah Waddell (c) 
C Thacker (c),* carp 
J Black (c),* laund 
C Cotton (c),* lab 
W liindsay (c),* farmer 
J Williams (c),* lab 
^Vm Scarlett (c)* firenin 
T Murphy (c),* porter 
L White [c),* lab 
A Moore (c),* lab 
(Maple intersects) 



LITHIA STREET 


F 


rem Walker ave s to 


Southern Ry; ninth w of 


S 


Elm 


400 


B B Lewis,* wtchtaan 


404 


H D Knight,* super 


406 


Mrs B S Barnes 


407 


H E Peele* 


415 


J F Tavlor* 


(Spring Garden intersects) 


515 


Spring Garden St M E 




Church 


523 


Mrs L 1> Lee 


525 


Mrs p] H OmohundrO' 


545 


J A Tate,* guard 



LYNDON STREET 

From E Market e to E 

Was'hington; third e of S 

Elm 
200 G Barnes (c),* lab 
213 Mrs I Swain 
225 Mrs M Hilton 

(Washington intersects) 



MACON STREET 

See MclVIahon 



MAPLE STREET 

From E Market n & s to 
limits; eighth e of Elm 
(JOING NORTH 
102 C Massey <c), laund 
120 ^Vm Case (c),* gardner 



RANKIN, CHISHOLM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 

300 SOUTH ELM STREET. ■■- 



Cape Fear M'nfn Cn 



^ongh and Dressed 
-Lumbfr. 

'='^'nglos. Etc. 
Estimates Furnished 

209-2/5 Lewis Sf. 



JO., ,; '* ^anjuB 

f ^■'^ Vacant *^' ''^"^ 
f J' ^'acant 

235 R Ar ^f^" <^'^'* Jab ' 

'^^^1 J^ertie Krannock (c) 
(I.mJsa,- imersects) 

^i^2i'rZr '"^'^^ 

(<^^«ie intersectsV 

^io J Dean (o),-:^ i,,,-^.j^. 

(^Vea,„ore inter.ectsf 
JWARKET SQUARE 

^^RKET STREET 

^un^bers begin *^'' 



m 

r 

m 
m 

H 



101 T MP- 1 ^'^^^' 

ci'tv fox- ^1 II ana 

lOU s r/j^''^,. Collector 

-L' Golden & Rp^ 

^i-i E r To?*'.' ^^ocer 

lU r s s^P'^' f "« «mith 
H8CM)roVb^/'^3^cJe.s 

122 Var.anr^^^^^A'«snrc) 

]?f {!' « ^loore,* ,„er 
J-4 Vacant 

M >, ""denhamer 
2^5 Mrs 1 j~;-* ««"' ™'h* 



1^ 



^ 



to 



O 

CD J> 

CO >:j 



P 



o 



CD 

2.P 
p s 



00 



POMONA. N. c Phont «n ' '^^'^ ™'NG. 



TTTJXip T» 



I.MSl'lIP 



Fresh, Tender Meats- 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 

stalls 3, 5, 7, CI y Market. 



CO 



104 



MALONEiY'S GREENSBORO 



CO ^ 



2i CD 



col— 

o 

CD 



CO 



CO 15 
OD 



"C3 ^^ 

cc cB 



CM 
03 



oo oo 



ca- c/3 



MARKET ST.— Cont'd 

225 J R Pearce,* auctioneer 

230 T H Mayo* elk 

231 Mrs M A Olirisman 

233 Wm Jo'linson (c),* lab 

234 J T Carson,,* mehst 
237 Vacant 

240 J M Wolfe,* contr 
(Forbis intersects) 

301 P Vauglian,* printer 

302 eT C Miii'chison,* tr mstr 
305 J J Smith,* printer 
309 Vacant 

312 C E Holton,* druggist 

313 Mrs J J Horney 

316 J H Coleman,* g:unsmtli 

317 Mrs A B James, dress- 

maker 
327 S C Dodson.* cashr 
333 E F Parkham (c)* 
(Lyndon intersects) 
1 401 J R Noclio (c),* mail agt 
I 406 S J McCauley,* saloon 
407 D S Brandon,* lab 

410 Mrs B Brockmann 

411 Mrs F Smothers 

412 Vacant 
415 Mrs M A Clark 
417 Mrs E A Apple 
501-7 Odd Fellows Hall (c) 
516 Lizzie McCleary (c) 

(Percy intersects) 

600 Martha Jones (c) 

601 J Jones (c),* grocer 

603 R T Jenninf^s (c)* 

604 ]M Freeman,* fireman 
607 W L Murphy (c),* gro 

609 Jennie Simmons (c) 

610 J E Smith,* brklayer 
_ 611 A Smith (c)* porter 

. 615 J Maxwell (c), lab 
*2 61S P Easley,* rev collr 
CD 621 Wm Ai)i3le,* janitor 
^ (Gilmer intersects) 

o^ 701 I A Smith,* carp 
S 702 J Turner (c),* lab 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



706 M Johnson (c), laund 
710 J Scales (c),* lab 
712 A Bennett (c),* lab 
(Clinton intersects) 

800 A Dillard (c),* lab 

801 C M Thomas,* can' 

802 Wm Anderson (c),* Inh 

806 J A Murray, gro 

807 J W Landretli,* farmer 

808 C E Thomas,* elk 

(Maple intersects) 

900 W Ingold,* driver 

901 C J Fogleman, grocer 
901(b) J H Himter (c)* 
903 R Y Skenes,* carp 

I 905 jM Hawkins (O, laund 
907 Jane Sloane (c), cook 
1 909 Vacant 
I (Beach intersects) 

910 MrsM E Williams 

' 911 S R Jones (c),* shoemkr 
I 912 C Pritcliett 
I 913 Judy Tliacker (c), laund 
] 914 R W Dick*, lab 
I 915 R L Reed (c),* lab 
1 916 :\1 Liggens (c),* draym.a 
I 918 A Jones (c),* earp 
1 919 C Trice (c),* porter 
' 920 E Jones (c),* driver 
921 Jones & Snipes (c), gro 

(Dodson intersects) 
1004 II Thompson (c),* lab 
1020 Laur;i Dean (c), laund 
1026 Wm (U-ay (c),* driver 
1015 G (iarrett (c),* lab 
1055 Vacant 
1059 J Dean (c),* brick mfr 

(Deans al intersects) 
2010 Mrs A E Landretk 
2053 A L Bell,* lab 
2055 Vacant 
2063 Vacant 

2067 S Jordan (c).* lab 

2068 INIrs Mary Murpliy 
2086 Madam Pearl Gilmer 



Sanitary Plumbing 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING.. 



HOTEL GLEee 

W. F. CLEGG, Propr. 



IN C ONNEC TION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 



1899-1900 CITY DIREO'TOKY. 



105 ■ 



(East intersects) 
GOING WEST 
103 Tan Eice Jewelry Co 
105 Mrs D T Hayden, mer 

107 Rosa H Carter, mllnry 
107^ P V Carter,* res 
107^ Wm B Young, rms 
1071 Mrs Berta Hughes. 
1074 Mrs Sibbey Hall, rms 
107^ L Hall, elk Gas Co 

108 John Barker,* gen mdse 

109 Mrs L A Lunn mllnry 
1091 Mrs C C Goirell 

110 Clary & Stack, gen mdse 
111-13 G'boro Steam Ldry 
112 J R Crismon & Bro, gro 

114 J J Stone,* printer 

115 W H Rankin* tob buver 
IK) O D Boycott, mill feeds 
118 Gibson Water Co 

M8 Jas I) Glenn,* law agt 

Second Floor 
118 Odd Fellows Hall 
120 N C Christian Advo- 
cate 
(Greene intersects) 
200 A Womble (c), shoemkr 

202 Wm Yates (c),* tinner 

203 G W Dixon,* carp 
2«'4 S W Porter, rm^s 
206-8 G'boro Opera House 
207 J G Brodnax,* phys 

209 J G Brodnax,* phys 

210 Banner Warehouse 
214-10 Brav Bros, tob 

217 J F Lipps* 

218 J C Patrick, uph'olstr 
219-21 Myrick House 

224 Mrs L A Lunn, milliner 

(Ashe intersects) 
N w cor Ashe,— W Market 

St M E Ch 
305 J X Staples,* atty 
317-19 W S Hill 
320 R Jl Sloan 
325 H 1. Scott,* mfr 



(Eugene intersects) 

403 Mrs N Wilson 

404 Mrs M A \Mnstead 

417 W J Blackburn,* tob 

418 Academy of Music 
420 Delia Dixon (c), cook 
430 A W Vickory,* mer 
433 W R Rankin,* mer 
435 J M Walker,* pres 

441 Rev L >A' Crawford* 

442 Mrs M (J Reid 
(Edgeworfh intersects) 

502 Mrs ME Small 

505 X Ellington,* banker 

506 A H Alderman,* cashr 
514 M J Tatum,* retired 
517 P 1» daxton,* tchr 
520 Rev W L Grisson* 

(Spring intersects) 
002 Rev J C Rowe* 
605 F S Eldridge* 
610 W E Allen,* bkpr 

614 J G Brodnax,* gro 

615 J M Rosenblatt,* jewlr 

(Cedar intersects) 
700 Rev F H Wood* 

817 G'boro Female College 

818 Miss H M Wilson 
834 S N Smith,* photgr 

(Mendenlia 11 intersects) 
1036 G H Gregory,* atty 
1043 T Glenn,* post master 
1058 J F Yates,* tinner 
1065 D C Hill,* overseer 



MARTIN STREET 

First e of Gilmer, runs s 

from Market 
325 I W White,* mgr 
705 G W Jackson,* carp 
707 F K Trogdon,* tob 
709 L A \Vliite,* Ry mail 
711 P J Weiland,* trav slmn. 
713 J Thompson,* teacher 



dbk 



0) 



^\ 



(D 



3Q 

fi) 






© r* ^. 

— ^ s: 
c ? S 

V ft U) 

OR 5: 

»^ 

7'< 



o 2-0 

c 3 5 
a- Q £. 

^ m 
t O 
£ = O 

ass: 

<^ (TO 

cr a p 

o ft, 1 



Greensboro Steam Laundry 

lil-113 West Mirket Street. Phone 72. 



SHIRTS, 
COLLARS 
and CUFFS 

OUR SPECIAL1Y. 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see 

MURRAY BROS. 



.. 113 .. 

SOUTH ELM ST. 
Phone 163. 



CD 



lOfi 



MA LOXE Y\S GREENSBORO 



(0 

*-• 


o 


d 


o 


Z O 


■s 


bO 


to 


c 


c 


■ ^IH 


■ ^^ 


_c 


JZ 


0) 


^M 


■ ^aa 


o 


c 


^■i" 


&. 


o 


3 




U. 



IVIcADOO AVENUE 

From K ^^'ashillJi•tou s to 

E r»i'aj><;- 
r>04 .7 AN'^^Kc'iidall,* Fori'mn 
82!) R R Kinj--.* atty 
850 T B ^Va^i'^le!l,* trav slra 

((iorrell intoi'HCCts) 
412(718) O L Xaylor,* engr 
418(712) E E RJcliardson* 
415,714) (J (^ Fordliam* 
41(;(715) T J Jfwetr.* engr 
42!) H Smith,* engr 
485 ^^' H Wetniore.* bkpr 
48S C Hunter,* driver 
48!) B Moore,* trav slmn 
448 S G Hodgin,* dry goods 
440 AVH Butler,* ellc 
44!) O W Monroe,* Ibr 
(Lee intersects) 



Mcculloch street 

Fi'oni Elm e to Asheboro, 
and w to limits; eighth s 
of E ^iarket 

GOING EAST 
j()2 S W Thornlow.* retired 
108 J E Arnett,* inspr 
118 W A Thompson,* elk 

114 J H Swortzel,* hay 

115 G W Godwin,* inspr 
118 B M Ti-'oxler,* prod 

(Arlington intersects) 

(Vance intersects) 
820 Vacant 

827 A W Smith.* mchst 

828 W J Tyson,* carp 
?>M Mrs K E Pugh 

(Bellevue intersects) 

400 Mrs C S Macgill 

401 E Hegwood,* lab 

406 B F Tye,* carp 

407 B F Bnck,* carp 

410 E L Stout,* printer 

411 R Harden,* farmer 



414 J F McCulloch,* editor 

415 Rev T E Wagg* 

420 N A Hanner,* farmer 
(Asheboro intersects) 
GOING WEST 
118 W T C«leman (c),* lab 
128 1) J Gilmer (c),* mer 
127 Fannie Joyce (c), laund 
180 Viney Stewart (c), laund 
141 'M Rhodes (c),* lab 
14(5 P. F Pritchett (c), engr 
147 Rev L B Gibson (c)* 
151 G Hill (c),* lab 
158 J A Fnthank (c),* ptr 
150 G A Coble (c),* lab 
163 ON Whitfield (c)* 
166 Rev J V Jones (c)* 
172 D B Yancey (c),* mer 

(Ashe intersects) 
804(904) Julia Young (c) 
308 W A Nelson (c).* porter 
824(944) Rohama Donnell (c) 
880(925) J O Sprinkle (c)* 
884 J Banks (c),* lab 
887(987) J V McPhers'on (c)* 
389(989) Jane Brittian (c) 
340(958) W Banks (c)* 
342 Vacant 

845(945) R Howard (c),* lab 

351(951) Benj Slade (c),* lab 

861(961) L McGiviney (c) 

367(967) Kate Doke (c) 

(Johnson intersects) 

(Bilbro al intersects) 

(Gedar intersects) 



mcgee street 

From Eugene w to lim- 
its; third s of W Market 
(Spring intersects) 
605 A B Creech,* slmn 
609 F E Stockton,* condr 

(Cedar intersects) 
825 S W Scarborough* 
845 Lizzie Gibson (c), laund 



PROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, bhade and .... 
Ornamental Trees 

ViNES AMO PLANTS. 



MAHHEWS & HAMMER 

302K South Elm Street. 



Will Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident, 

See them before placing 
your insurance. 



lS!n^H)m)CITYj)n{E€TORY. 107 

(Dodswn intersects) ^ 
1000 Agrl & Mech Col (c) 



(Mendenhall intersects) 
945 Maggie Booker (c) 
949 JSOox(c)* 
949 E S Robinson (c)* 
972 D Koger (c).* lab 



to 



MclWAHON STREET 

From E Washington 

limits 

525 A Mendeniiall (c)* 
S29 A Mendenliall (c)* 
535 W N McNeill (c),* RMS 
541 N Wright (c),* lab 
543 R C Moore (c),* 
545 Dock Reid (e),* laib 
551 R Dalrymple (c),* lab 
803 A W McA lister.* in:s 



MEBANE STREET 

Fiom N Davie e to Forbes 
& from Percy e to limits; 
secijnd n of E ^Market 
210 C L Cork* bl'ksmith 
212 Wilkes Mitchell (c).* lab 
212 Frank Caldwell (c),* lab 
216 Louisa Black (c), lauiid 
216 H Lindsay (c),* waiter 

219 F Dettmering,* retired 

220 J M Walters,* carp 
220 A M Loy,* carp 

223 Vacant ' 

224 Andrew ?;alker (c)* 

225 W C Whitworth,* elk 
22S Alexander Hayes (cj* 
229 J W Cates,* caip 

232 Chas Moore (c),* 

233 L ^Y Woods.* barber 
239 W W Moore (c),* barber 
317 F M Ellett jr,* elk 

(Forbis intersects) 
(Beach intereects) 
S12 A Watkins (c),* farmer 
SJ^; (J Emerson (c),* bkman 
.S22 Vacant 



MENDENHALL STREET 

From W Market s to lim- 
its; eighth w of S Elm 
GOING NORTH 
132 J M Nicholson,* slmn 
134 W (} Balsley,* mer 
136 J O Lind'leyi* ins 
140 Vacant 
(Guilford aye intersects) 
GOING SOUTH 
102 G E Stone,* mer 
114 Rey R I> Troy* 
118 Vacant 
130 F C Boyles, bkpr 
(Carr intersects) 
200 J F Watson, slmn 
202 W M Perdew,* eugr 
210 J F Litaker,* engr 
214 Joseph Hopkins,* lab 

(McGee intersects) 
320 J S Hicks* 
330 J A Dick,* carp 
340 N A Jeffreys.* gro 
342 N A Jeffreys,* gro 

(Walker aye intersects) 
40O R P Gorrell,* mer 
432 Robt Steyenson (c),* lab 
432 R F Smith (c),* shoemkr 

434 H Brown (c),* lab 

435 J A Leonard, photgr 
438 Silas Goss (c).* driver 
442 Miss S L Buhmann 

(Spring Garden intersects) 

MOREHEAD AVENUE 

From S Edgeworth w to 
limits; fifth s of W Mar- 
ket 

521 G'boro Furn Mfg Co 
(Spring intersects) 

600(400) C W Hoecker* 



I- m 
o > 

Z C/9 



CO 



m 



o 



2. m 



*" = 
oca 

2. o 

— ^ 

CO 

=r C/3 

c o 

— ^ 

-n =' 

— CO 

as 



H o 

m 

"I 

> - 
r-co 

-3 

^% 

sa — 

c ca 

—i 

— o 
r- =»■ 
» % 
r^ o 

su _. 
c/> 



9i 

3 
C3. 



05 



CO 



MnfliiT ^ 

> d 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



McGlamrocfi Bpds, 

GREENSBORO; N. C. 



ManfeFs, Grates, 
... Tiles ... 

TRY OUR 

"CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE;' 



Fnrnisb Tiles and £,ay Tile Floors. Get Iheir Kstiiuate. 



O) 



CD ::= cj> 

CO)--. 

Ct S= El 

IC >— 

m 03 ^ 

O) u_ 

*- CD S 

Q. f 



2- o = 



y) 



€^ 



108 



MALONEY'S GREEN8BORO 



MOli EH E A D A V.— Oomt' d 
(101 \y L Ferrell,* mgr 
()()4 Vacant 
(>lS(418j T B Cari'oll* 
018(418) J W Causey,* carp 

((■'edar intersects) 
710((;i()) D A Bowles,* contr 
718 J \V Anj^el* 

{Jackson intersects) 



NEW STREET 

From (lorrell s to limits; 

■thirteenth e of S Elm 
2005 J Eason (c).* lab 
20li0 ^'acaut 
2021 Vacant 
2025 X Hairs ton (c),* lab 
2035) T Daniel (c).* brkman 
2013 F >VhartGn (cj,* hib 
2015 M Davis (cj,* kib 
2017 ^^acant 

2019 Maiy Brown (c), hiund 
(Lee intersects) 

PARK AVENUE 

From N (ireene n to lim 



PEARSON STREET 

From E "NA'ashington s to 
limits; fourth e of S Elm 
724 T T Brooks,* Ibr 
728 W S Weatherspoon* 
72!) Vacant 

730 J F Rice,* mchst 

731 J W Wharton,* lime 

734 J T Rankin,* nier 

735 Rev T F McCulloch* 

736 R O Puryear,* engr 

739 ^^'^ C Bain,* contr 

740 W C Beaslev.* plumber 

741 E P Wharton,* ins 

744 T A Hunter,* trav slmn 
(Lee intersects) 

802 J A Clifton,* tkt agt 

803 J S Hunter,* mfr 
800 W S AVitherspoon* 



810 J \V Merritt,* trav slmn 
815 S S Haithcock* 
818 D S Peck,* ins 

821 Mrs M A\'ard 

822 G M Jones,* flrt^man 
825 H W Clendenin.* elk 

(Bragg inteisects) 
927 J A Hardin* 



PERCY STREET 

From E .Market u to lim- 
its; fifth e of 2s Elm 

109 H Swain (c), janitor 

110 (1 W Fariss (c),* driver 

113 Emma Garrett (c) 

114 A^acant 

117 K Alston (CI,* driver 

118 T AVo'oten (c),* liremaa 
121 S Ferrell (c),* lab 

(Gaston intersects) 

200 II Byrd (c),* lab 

201 E Sercy (c),* lab 

201 W Jackson (c),* tailor 
204 S J Johnson (c),* lab 
205-7 Charity Yates (c) 
211 G Morehead (c),* lab 
212-14 Pub School No 1 (c) 
213 Anice Rogers (c), laund 
219 Dora Richardson (c) 
221 Vacant 

225-27 W H I'atron (c),* lab 
231-33 T Harris (c),* lab 
234 H Merritt (c),* porter 
230 Amanda Day (c), laund 
237-39 J W Xash fc),* lab 
238 Fannie Palmer (c) laund 
240 E Curry (c)* 

(Mebane intersects) 

301 A Whitis (c),* brklayer 

302 Joyce Hackney (c), cook 
305 G Carter (c),* tinner 
300 A I) (Barrett (c),* janitor 
307 J B Thomas (c).* waiter 

309 T Watkins (c) 

310 N Khort (c).* cook 

311 Lottie Law (c), Innud 



|g BA m II IMP0R1ERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

HagUe-MCGOrkle Dry Goods and Notions 



DRY GOODS CO. 



320 and 322 S. Elm Street. 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdOG House Buildings 



TOILET ARflCLES, 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Soda an I Mineral Watirs. 



1891)1900 CITY DIEEOTORY. 



109 



313 
315 
320 
320 
322 
323 
332 
334 
336 
337 
338 



M Daniels (c),* fireman 
A Dick (c), driver 
M H Hunt (c),* lab 
^ J ^^' A\'harton (c), gro 
G Downey (c)* plasterer 
Wm Hyatt (cl* brklayer 
Lizzie Donnell (e), lauud 
Vacant 

S G Xeville (c),* lab' 
S Ferrell <c).* lab 
Wm Jeffers (c),* lab 
(Lindsay- intersects) 



PERKINS STREET 

From E ^A'ashington, e to 
limits; first s of Baptist 

980 Vacant 

981 Lucy Hayden (c), cook 

982 Julian Wharton (c) 

983 Lucy Watson (c), cook 

984 A Golden (c),* porter 

985 T D Dillard (c),* lab 

986 C P Long (c),* barber 

987 G R Moore (c),* lab 
'989 W F Moore (c),* farmer 

990 J W Lonj? (c),* porter 

991 J H Martin (c),* sexton 
993 Vacant 

995 Vacant 
997 Vacant 
999 Vacant 

(Dean al intersects) 
1001 Vacant 

(East intersects) 



POMONA 

W of city, bey limits 



PRICE STREET 

From N Elm w to Greene; 

fourth n of W Market 
116 M Rales,* carp 
122 J W Thomas,* printer 

129 Dr W W Rowe* 

130 S B Norris,* mer 



131 Vacant 

132 R G White,* photgr 
(Greene intersects) 



PROXIMITY 

Sometimes called Oone- 
vile; one-f<^urth mile n of 
citv limits 



RAILROAD AVENUE 

From Lithia w to limits 



SCHENCK STREET 

From N Elm w to Cedar; 

fifth n of W Market 
119 Mrs N C Weatherly 
128(201) A M Lindau,* sIm 
129 N L Hall* supervisor 
(Greene intersects) 

220 J T Hedgpeth,* tobacco 
224(338) Mrs M J Honeycutt 

(Edgeworth intersects) 
521 Litetia Warren (c) 
523 Lnla Corl (c), laund 
(Spring intersects) 



SMITH STREET 

From X Elm e to limits; 
fifth n of E Market 

114 Vacant 

115 W W Allen,* route agt 

118 L Richardson,* drugist 

119 H W Neefus,* trav slm 
122 A M Scales,* atty 

135 D G Devenish,* elk 
(Church intersects) 
219 Vacant 
223 S B Matlock,* lab 

226 T O Ralls,* farmer 

227 Mrs J V Roberts 

230 W J Carr,* foreman 

231 Mrs M C Hall 



0) 






P» B 



o 05 
• r 



(D 



7} 

fi) 






= ^ 

^ O 
CD =• 

S ^ 
o ■ 

3 
(0 

■ 



The Contracts 
of the 



PENN Mutual Life 



Are the 
Most Liberal. 



See J H. HERRITT, 



4 Katz Building. 



'Siia^ 



■^' 



Will H. Matthews & Go. 

304 South Elm Street. 



The One Price 
CLOTHIERS 

FOR USH ONLY. 



o 

o 

O O O 

Z -*-» 3 

= o_«5 

O CO 
su o 



110 



MALONEYVS GKEEXSBOliO 



SPRING STREET 

P"'i'Oia \y Market ii lo lim- 
its & s to W Lee; fifth w 
of Elm 

GOING NORTH 
( Gaston intersects) 
217 I) A Groves,* elk 
227(228) W W Wood,* tob 
249 W R Pickai^d,* mer 
(Belle Meade ave intersects) 
419(319) AV Hyatt (c),* 
434 W Smith (c),* lab 

(Schenek intersects) 
513 J M Sharp* 

GOING SOUTH 
116 W J Ridge,* mer 

(Sycamore intersects) 
200 Mrs M W Lindsay 
208 C A Brav,* mer 
222 N J Mcliuffie,* mer 

(WashiugTon intersects) 
300 A L Brooks,* atty 
310 A T Robinson,* real est 
31G Vacant 

(M'cGee intersects) 
400 Vacant 
408 T E McCrary* 
414 J N Ingram,* mer 
418 T T Smith jr,^ elk 
422 R A McOracken, gro 
(Walker ave intersects) 
505 W R rieasants,* contr 
509 R A McCracken,* mer 

(Morehead ave inte^rsects) 
GOl J Orzali,* shoemaker 
602 Ohas Gninn (c),* lab 
605 F G Gale,* lab 

608 Lucy Matthews (c) 

609 Mack Rogers,* carp 

610 T Broiokshire (c), lab 
614 Mary Galloway (c), laun 
618 Emma Shaw (c), lannd 
622 F McRae (c)* 

62S H Oovingt(m (o),* lab 
650 C W Yost,* blksmith 



(Lee intersects) 
70(! Z Haiuiltun,* tiagmn 
708 A'acant 



SPRING GARDEN STREET 

From Jackson w to lim- 
its; first n of W Lee 
810 Vacant 
813 W G Jackson* 
820 G T McLamb,* mer 
822 Miss M H Middleton 
(Mendeulmll intersects) 
902 Dick & Dufty, gro 

905 G'boro B & T Oo 

906 R L Hollowell,* elk 
990(998) G W Ward* 
992(1000) N A Stedman* . 
994 Rev J R Hutton* 

(Lithia intersects) 
1006 P R Gable,* farmer 
1010 L E Dutfv,* mer 
1013 J M Dick,* mer 
1015 G W Malcum,* carp 
1019 A A Kirkman,* carp 
1023 T L Brown* 
1025 Mrs C A Davis 
1027 J Y Jovner,* tclir 



SUMMIT AVENUE 

From N Elm n e to limits;; 

second n of E Market 
113 ]Mrs E M Seldeu 
116 P Albright,* mgr 

122 S A Howard,* mgr 

123 ^Irs L W Mebane, bdg 
127 Mrs L W Mebane, bdg 

(Church intersects) 

(Davie intersects) 

( Lindsay intersects) 

217 G W Whitsett,* dentist 

219 J W Pugh,* grocer 

220 J B Gunter.* phys 

221 J W Pugh,* grocer 

222 W B Brooks,* ins 

223 W Porter.* elk 

224 W J Fluharty,* bkpr 



,, Chlsholm, Stroud ^ Rees •• mens .. 

300 South Elm Street. OUTFITTERS. 



Cape Fear M'nfg Co. 

BUILDINQ MATERIAL OF ALL KIADS. 



Rough and Dresseu 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 OITY DIKEOTOKY. 



Ill 



bag mfr 



225 J R Hughes,* real est 

226 E O Stanard, 
232-34 Vacant 

(Cole intersects) 
(Oliestnut intersects) 
401 S O Wharton (c),* lab 

(Percy intersects) 
521 Wm T Stewart,* cashr 
550 Vacant 

(Charles intersects) 
Vacant 
560 Vacant 
567 Bhields,* mer 

(Bagley intersects) 

612 Vacant 

613 B B Adams,* atty 
620 H Sternberger,* secy 
623 Simpson,* mer 

(Dewey intersects) 



557 



SWANNANOA STREET 

First s Julian, runs east 
from Asheboro 
509 C White,* tinner 



SYCAMORE STREET 

From S Elm e to LyndoB 
& w to Spring and from S 
Gilmer e to limits; first 
s of Market 

GOING EAST 
105 C F Thomas, printer 

110 Wheeler Bros, sales sta 

111 H James,* blksmith 
114 A P Eckel, J P 

114 J A Pritchett,* J P 

115 J H Neese,* marble wks 

116 Shelton & Vanstory (c) 
118 G W Jackson (c),*' 
118 S R Jones (c),* shoemkr 

(Second Floor) 
118 J Shelton (c),* lunch 

(S Davie intersects) 
2011 w F Whittington,* lab 
203 S M Smith (c),* barber 
207 D A Bowles.* cabt mkr 



210 Execlsior 
2(c) 



Hose Co No 



211-13 Vacant 

215 D W Oorl & Son bksmth 

217 J A Sain,* contr 

221 C E McDowell,* driver 

222 Vacant 
224 Vacant 
226 Vacant 
230 Vacant 
234 Vacant 
238 Vacant 
244 Vacant 

(Forbis intersects) 
(Lyndon intersects) 
(Gilmer intersects) 
707 Vacant 

709 F Bailey (c), laund 
711 G Ingram (c), barber 

(Clinton intersects) 
801 Sarah Stroud (c), nurse 
803 F Smith (c),* lab 
(Maple intersects) 
(Dodson intersects) 
(Dean al intersects) 
(East intersects) 
GOING WEST 
111 D W C Benbow 
114 J S Kaufman,* mer 
114 E M Goolsby,* bkpr 
116 Vacant 

121 Mrs M P Lindsay 

122 R F Dalton,* mfr 
122 Herman Jones,* slmn 

(Greene intersects) 
202 J G Foushee,* auditor 
205 James Morehead, atty 
208 W T Gayle,* elk 
210 J J Stone,* printer 
(Ashe intersects) 

(Eugene intersects) 
433 J L Winningham* contr 
443 Mrs L H Robertson tchr 

(Edgeworth intersects) 
503 F A Tate* 

(Spring intersects) 



X 

O ■< 

X — -1! 

s A^ ^ 

«) *-»- o 

S f 

m -. 
H o 

3 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 

General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs^. 



slapie and Fancy Groceries, PHOENIX &filKEN 

SPECIAL ATTENTION 

TO SELECT RETAIL TRADE. 210 South OavJe Street. 



0) 

- -J 

5 < 

S:\Jd 

c "^ 
a 

o Hi 

i< 






o 
in 
£ 

UJ 

s. 

3 
O 
(0 

10 
CO 

CO 
01 

CO 



112 



MALONEY'S CiKEENSBORO 



VANCE STREET 

Fiom E lirags' s to limits; 

second e of S Elm 
819 A Graves jr (c),* driver 
821 Cora Doke (c), laund 
824 Malinda Young (c) 
828 G McAdoo (c), porter 

828 Millie Moore (c), laund 

829 H T Jones (c),* lab 

835 Rachael Clark (c), laund 

838 J Perry (c),* porter 

839 Vacant 

840 Vacant 

842 Avis Gilmer (cj,* lab 

857 J W Truitt,* blksmith 

858 Chas Sherwood,* lab 
(McCulloch intersects) 

900 W T Benton (c),* lab 
904 A Brittuin (c),* cook 
921 G Jones,* molder 
927 T L Cheek,* molder 



WALKER AVEMUE 

From Ashe w beyond lim- 
its; fourth S' of W Market 
301 T Woodroffe,* contr 
301 G'boi'o B & T Co 
312 W R Patterson,* elk 
314 Vacant 

(Eugene intersects) 
407 T Woodroffe jr,* contr 
(Jjlaudwood ave intersects) 
427 Mrs L J Keech 

(Edgeworth intersects) 
437 S Brown* 
439 D H Blair,* slmn 
(Spring intersects) 

600 R A McCracken, gro 

601 R S Petty,* mer 
606 J T Hunt,* cai-p 
610 W B Hunt,* carp 

(Cedar intersects) 
700(602) W A WaisoD* 
702 M C Keefe,* dispr 
705(605) J C Kirknian* 
706 C B Wilson,* contr 



708 A P Cone* 
723(703) W A Byers* 
729 J C Olive,* mer 

(Jackson intersects) 
808 Wmi Tallman,* bottler 
811 Vacant 
815 Mrs 1 M Floyd 
820 J D Burch,* poistman 
824 E Ponl.^* 

(Mendenhall intersects) 

911 J E Grav, gro 

912 W W West,* carp 

913 J H Prince,* carp 

916 Mrs C Gray 

917 A D Jones,* mer 

930 St Mary's Epis Chapel 
932 Mrs E Siler — 
948 E L Tate,* printer 
965 D M Johnson,* carp 
(Lithia intersects) 

1005 H C McDaniel, elk 

1006 Mrs C L Blanchard 

1009 Rev R R Moore* 

1010 Mrs M E Turner 



WARMERSVILLE 

S w of city, bey limits 



WASHINGTON STREET 

From S Elm e beyond lim- 
its & w to S Spring; 2nd 
s of Market 

GOING EAST 

— J T Yates,* tinner 

107 Cone Ex Co 

110 J H Saunders,* shoemkr 

113 W C Beasley,* plumber 

116 Alex Gilmer (c),* barber 

117 R H Johnson,* cornice 

work 

118 Wm Richmond (c), rest 
J F \Allburn (c)* 
H Cohen (c),* rest 

121 Vacant 

(S Davie intersects) 



118 
119 



. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Pluibing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



W. K liLEee & BRO. FruirMuce 



364-8 South Elm Street. 



J 

and Commission Merchants. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



113 



213 W a Potts,* upholstr 

218 Mrs E J Lynch 

219 B E Sergeant,* foundry 
224 Mrs Nellie Miller 

224 J T Lashley, bag mstr 

225 T J Sloan,* trav slmn 
231 C E Pearce,' engr 
235 Vacant 

238 E R Michaux, phys 
243 J L Brockman,* mer 
(Forbis intersects) 

305 R Lindheim,* secy 

306 O H Dorsett,* mer 
310 Mrs E H Scales 
313 J A Odell,* hardware 
315 J Thigpen* 

317 J W Cairden,* lab 

318 Mrs Susan Donnell 
340 Sergeant Mfg Co 

(Lyndon intersects) 
417 A G Wilson,* gro 
419 A G Wilson,* gro 

423 W J Teague,* mfr 

424 Mrs D A Owen 

428 A Atwater (c), lab 

429 E K Huff,* wheelwright 
433 A Gilmer (c),* barber 

435 I Bon day (c),* lab 

436 Vacant 
439 Vacant 

442 C S Brown,* collr 

444 J Bolejack,* slmn 

445 Etnnia Heddon (c), cook 

446 Vacant 

449 A M E Zion Ch (c) 
(Gilmer intersects) 
502 T D Andrews,* plumber 

512 S Gorrell (c),* lab 

513 C Bonney (c), laund 

514 C H Green (c),* lab 
516 G Shoffner (c),* lab 
518 C McAdoo (c), laund 
520 D F Causey, grocer 

(Clinton intersects) 
601 Mrs R Burnham 
620 J C Galium,* mattress 



(Maple intersects) 
705 Warehouse (Vacant) 
(Dodson intersects) 
906 Bennett College (c) 
947 Helen Spruill (c), cook 
951 S Alston (c),* driver 
965 Causey & Suits, gro 

(Dean al intersects) 
969 A Brooks (c),* fireman 
973 J Suits,* grocer 
977 Mrs M Loye 

(Bennett intersects) 
1005 G Carter (c),* lab 
1011 A Jennings (c),* lab ' 
1015 J Bridges (c), lab 
1023 J A W Vanstory (c)* 
1039 C Albright (c), cook " 
1045 T D Ware (c),* gro 
1049 T D Ware (c),* gro 
1057 Vacant 

(East intersects) 
GOING WEST 
120 S S Brown,* mer 

(Greene intersects) 

204 W Washington St Bap 

Church 

205 Thomas Cooper* 

205 Mrs S el Cooper, bdg hse 
210 Mrs L P Field 
214 Mrs A G Fariss 
220 Mrs A E Doak 

(Ashe intersects) 
301 C R Brown,* tchr 
303 T J Copeland,* slmn 
305 J T Johnson,* eve spcl 
307 R G Lea* 
313 C P Frazier,* real est 
317 Mrs E C Boon 

(Eugene intersects) 

402 W H Os'born* 

403 Mrs A B Henderson 
406 J W Crawford,* elk 
(Blandwood ave intersects) 
447 Keelev Institute 

450 J B Stroud,* slmn 






c 



A 2> 



o 



3Q 

fi) 



5 to 5 £• 



7'< a 






GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 



FINEST WORK IN THE CITY. 



iri-il3 West Market Street. 

8G . • 



PHONE 72. 



MURRAY BROS. 

MS SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. 



imUMi'i' 



Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler.. 



114 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



WASHINGTON.— Cont'd 

(Edge worth intersects) 
508 H L Brown* 
519 E J Stafford,* tob 
520^ Vacant 

(Spring intersects) 



WHITTINGTON STREET 

From; S Elm e to Ashe- 
boro & w to limits; tenth 
s of Market 

GOING EAST 
(Arlington intersects) 
(Bellevue intersects) 
443 F M Keith,* contr 
445 J A Guthrie,* elk 



449 J Andrews,* farmei- 
454 J H Denny,* bkpr 
459 J E Alderman* 
463 J L Gregs'on,* lab 
4G4 Vacant 

(Asheboro intersects) 
GOiING WEST 
201 S G Freeman* 
208 O H Money* 
205 C L Varner* 
205( rear) Hucomuga Mills 
244 T G Doak (c)* 
246 Millie Walker (c), laun.l 
254 Y Sloan (e),* painter 
(Ashe intersects) 



^opl^i9S House. 

MISS. M. A. HOPKINS, Proprietress. 
202 creveland Street, - DURHAM, N. C. 

RATES, $1.50 PER DAY. 

.... Special Rate by Week or Month .... 

This Hotel is especially adapted to the comfort of families. 

The traveling- public will find it an elegant, home-like 

place. Only a few minutes' walk from the 

center of the city and near depots. 



JNO. A. YOUNG, Nurserymen 



TWO MILES EAST CITY. 



PHONE 43. 



•n 



o 

> 



H 
n 
p 
o 

3* 
« 






c 

3 
C 
to 

c 

'<■ 

5' 

e 



m 

3D 



O 

O 



3S 

O 



m 
o 



CD 



30 
C3 



O 

O 

z 
o 
o 

39 
O 

-o 

3D 

m 

C/3 
CD 

-< 




fcfi S-.S-i- &&«- 5-S-S- S.S-S- £*•*: S-a-& S-SS-e-: S-i-s- S-S-^f^ 

I Ip>re6b^tcrian » 
ll^ubli6binG ♦ ♦ 
(Tompan^ — i 



i ll^ubli6binG . . f 

III ^^ (f» WE ARE NOW 

\i> l\ r\YYWW!iVl\y ?.> PREPARED TO DO 




I All Kinds of JOB PRINTING at Low Prices ^ 

# * 

^ CATALOGUES, LETTER HEADS, 

W PAMPHLETS, BILL HEADS, 

W FOLDERS, STATEMENTS, 

tpl^ CALENDARS, RECEIPTS, 

f^ MINUTES, LABELS, 0ft 

||uf ENVELOPES. CARDS. ^ 



m 
m 
m 



f PUBLICATIONS: ^ 

I Presbyterian T Presbyterian m 

I Standard I Quarterly | 

# PRICE, $2.00 A YEAR. "^P PRICE, $3.00 A YEAR, jj 

il/ ^ 

#/ ^ 

I®~Local and Long Distance Telephones. I|| 

SSMai! Orders Given Special Attention. ^ 

m 



Address all communications to 



OSMOND L. BARRINGER, Manager, /f\ 

MMM^,,,,.,,,^ CHARLOTTE, N. C. yj; 



30.K SOUTH ^M stX"®' '"^"ianoHlgenfs 



VOLUMEy. 



panics Represented: 






r- m o 5 
o > e=c 

S ~* ^ X 

, O X o 

• o s 

^ 2 CO S 



? 



GREENSBORO, N. C. 

City DiVectorv 



A 

Ada,, ja.%^'. it:^;,« «J,; -"^'0 ^, B™,, 



OCQ 

2. o 
(5- -^ 

3- CO 



5-« 

Si 



as o 

w — 

■« CO 






o 

CD 



aa 



.CO 

CD 



s 

■D 

> 
Z 



s 

> 



> 
O 

H 
C 

m 

o 

n 

-< 



OOOYCOTfl 



ALL KINDS OF_ 

ri6 w Ri. . ■ " ' I ^sed and 
"« v.. «ar.et St. ! .. . Seed Producfs. 



McCLAMROCH BROS. II ""^"*^^^' °'^*^'^ 



Tiles 

The CahiM Special Crate" is the Best Made. See it. 



■ B ■ ■ 11^^ IBS 



^ . 116 >rALOXEY'S (GREENSBORO 

« o h- 



^^ 



O 



SPENCER B ADAMS ROBERT U. DOUGLAS. 

ADAMS & DOUGLAS 



•^ § Sauings Bank Buildlna, GREENSBORO, N. C. 

O O ci^ ■ ' 

. 1 ^ ^^ " Practice in the State and Federal Courts and before the Departments at 

Zj ^"^ Washington. Prompt attention given to ali business. 



— ADAMS & DOUGLAS (S B ADAMS, R D DOUGLAS), 

attTS, 115 S Elm 

AETNA ACCIDENT INS CO, J HARPER MERRITT 

special assent, 4 Katz bids I See bottom lines) 

AIKEN D ROBT* (PHOENIX & AIKEN), R 217 N 

Cedar , ^.v^: 

" Jos F,* groc 100 N Davie, r E Market 
(0 Alberts'on Olias A, tinner J W Wharton, bds 327 W Lee 

^ ALDERMAN 1 Photographer. 

CC rm^Bw ■■ ■■ iwaff-Biv ( ^^^^ ea.st market street. 

c 

^ '' L Bethel.* shoemkr 213 S Elm, r country 

^ Albright C Perc}-,* mgr N C Car Assu, r 116 Summit 

ave 
rj " Edw,* mgr Plumbing dept Odell Hdw Co, r 229 I^ 

^ Cedar 

5 '• Jas A,* r 229 N Cedar 

Q " Margaret B (wid W A), bds 406 W Washington 

" Myra A (wid E G), music tchr 602 W Gaston, r same 

ALBRIGHT R MAYNE, DISPATCHER SO RY, BDS 122 

Church 

c3 ALDERMAN A HAYWOOD,* CASHR GREENSBORO 

Katl Bank, r 506 W Market 
W " Havwood L, student, r 506 W Market 

Z " Jas"^ E,* elk G T McLamb, r 459 E Whittingtoii 

O " Jesse L, plumber, bds 609 W Gaston 

O " Mav P Miss, sten Odell Hdw Co, bds 609 W Gaston 

Ca ALDERMAN SIDNEY U* PHOTGR 113 1-2 E MAR- 
ket, r same (See center lines) 
"' Wm F,* elk S S Brown, r 613 W Gaston 
'' Wm F, bds 506 W Market 
Aldredge John M, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 



IMP0R1ERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 



II Bfl #% II IMP0R1ERS AND 

HagUB-MCbOrklO Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY COODS CO. 320ii»l3}2S Elm street 



C. E. HOLTON 



McAdoo House Building.. 



Prescription 
Work 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



1 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



117 



Alexander Adf>ei' (I,* harness mkr, r 863 Bellevue 
" Blanche Madam, r S Cedar bey limits 

Alford Alex E B, bkpr Richardson' Drug Co, bds 337 S 
Davie 
" Matilda H (wid Dr H M), r 337 S Davie 

Allen Harrv F,* elk C E Holton, bds 115 Smith 

ALLEN HOUSE, W B ALLEN PROPR, 377 S DAVIE & 
213 Fayetteville (See Adv) 
" Leslie L, painter, bds 324 E Bragg 
" Lillian E Miss, bds 324 E Bragg 
" Louise Miss, r S Cedar bey limits 
'' Minnie Miss, r rear 231 W Bragg 
" M Minerva Miss, tchr, bds 010 ^V Market 
" Nettie M Miss, tchr N & I College, bds same 
" Robt J,* engr S Rv. r 324 E Bragg 

ALLEN WM E,* BKPR GREENSBORO NAT'L BANK, 
r GIO W Market 
" Wm E, tinner J W Wharton, bds 324 E Bragg 
" 'S>"m ^\',* route agent So Ex Co, r 115 Smith 
ALLEN WYATT B,* PROPR ALLEN HOUSE, R SAIVIE 
(See Adv) 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 

t03 W. riARKET STREET. 



377 S. Davie Street, 

213 Fayetteville Street, 

--^lB8a«T... GREENSBORO, fi. C. 

Right Hand Going N rth. Left Hand Going Sou h. in View of 

all Trains. Near b ,th Ticket Offices. 
Meals Eeady on Arrival of I assenter J rains from 6:45 a.m. 

to 7:30 p. M. 
Rates: $1 to $1.25 per day. Sirgle Meals, 25 Cents. Served Hot 



Long nisliiiiee and City I*h«»ne lOJ. Look for Sign. 

Try it. 



W. B. ALLEN, Proprietor. 



This house is most delightfully situated for summer boarders,, 
being located in a high, shad lawn of three acres. Is built- 
of brick, and is large, airy and comfortable. 




^ 3 

> a ^ 9 

-4 £ ^ - 

C c ^ O 



> 



C9 



•S 



St 

w 

I ?» 

? f i 

c S ?« 



For the Best 
and Most 
Reliable 
Accident 
Insurance 
See ... . 



J. H. Merritt 



He Represents tne 

/ETNA AND TRAVELERS 

Policies and Tickets Issued at 
the Greensboro Office, 

No. 4 Katz Buildlner' 



cB tn 

CJ9 CUD 



Will H. Matthews & Co. „jbTrdSe»s 

304 South Elm Street. one Price. For Cash Only. 

e 118 MOLONEY'S GREENSBORO 

CB 1 ■ : 

- Alley Geo W, fai-uier, r .501 N ('edar 
^ j2 '' Geo W Jr, ai-t A .^ Y R.v, bds 356 S Elm 

'' Reuben R,* elk A i*c Y Hy, v 501 N Cedar 

Allred David E, oik J F Aiken, bds 000 E Market 
" Elsie Miss, bds 710 Arlington 
Of -^ ^ '' Henry T,'' (Allred & Thompson), r G25 Arlington 

S 'S H- " John, wks I) R Huffines, rms same 

'^ i§ Z " '^^^^^^ ^' ^^^^^ Hncomuga Mills, r li;'> E McCulloch 

j= "■*" i^ " Jos M,* wks S Fin Mill, r I'roximity 

^ S? ce " Milton W,* engr So Ry, r 4;)G N Greene 

— o ^^ " Robt L,* carp, r 53ll Douglass 

fto^ ^ '^ & Thompson (H T Allred, S Thompson), shoemkrs, 

~ <g 500 S Elm 

>;^ 53 Alston Hattie Miss, bds Asheboro bey limits 
a3 '' Rowena R (wid Macon), bds Asheboro bey limits 

u Alverson Jas D,* elk, r I'OO H Forbis 

— __ " Mary A (wid A J) bds 200 S Forbis 

American Tobacco Co (The), W L Ferrell mgr leaf 
^^" dept, 119-21 N Greene 

Gm3 , Amnions Daniel R,* engr S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
^ ^ ^ " Geo P,* wks S Fin Mill, r I»roximity 

;. . ^ B. L7wM^GAfETB»cYCLEs 

fcJUi i 123 S. E l m Street. ) and REPAIRS. 

■■■"■■ r " Jas,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

^^^ l^ " Thos M,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

1^"^ 2 Anderson Mamie C Miss, bds 202 FayetteA'ille 

■JS^ r " Thos F,* mining engr, r 50S| !S Elm 

™^" U« '< Walter E, elk C A Clapp, bds Smith 

^^C wmt Andrew Lacy A (Andrew «!<: Sockwell), bds 217 W 
f "^ ^ Washington 

zTJ^ U " Wm H,* wks S Ry Depot, r 217 S Davie 

m3Em (Q ^' & Sockwell (L A Andrew, \V T Sockwell), grocers 
UhJ 123-125 S Davie 

S(fl Andrews Alice V Miss, bds 502 E Washington 

75 " Bertha E Miss, bds 502 E Washington 

Q " Chas L. agt Aetna Lithia Water lOOJ^ S Elm, bds 
P,^— A 312 S Ashe 

«Ba )i " F Mozelle Miss, bds 312 S Ashe * 
" Ida L Miss, bds 502 E Washington 
'' John,* farmer, r 449 E ^Vhittiugton 
" Jos D, jockev, bds 502 E Washington 

^■^ ^ '' Lewis W,* r'312 S Ashe 

BC Q " ^'lli^' ^ ^^'^^' ^'^^^ Hncomuga Mills, bds 912 S Elm 

j-y-H_ " Luke ^^' jr, elk So Ry Frt Depot, bds 312 S Ashe 

RANKIN, GHISHOLM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 

300 SOUTH ELM STREET. ■' " ■i- 



^ittlitl 



Cape Fear M'nf g Co. 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Kough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimaies Furnished. 

209^-215 Lewis St. ^ 



1899-1000 OITY DIKEOTORY. 



119 



Andrews Luke W, i*iteno So frt deopt, bds 312 S Asbe 
" INI Katie Miss, wks S Finistiinj'- Mill, bds 012 S Elm 
" Eo'bt, elk J E Fergeson, bds 050 Cbestuut 
" Kobt E,* painter, r 100 S Greene 
" Thos 1).* wks Gboro G & E Lt C^o, r 502 E Wash- 
ington 
" Wni,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Wm R,* mcbst Odell Hdw Co, r 650 Chestnut 

An,uel Jas W,* oondr So Rv, r 718 Morebead ave 

ANTHONY FR REV S B PASTOR ST AGNES CATHO- 

lie Cb. r (\»r Elm and Scbeiiek 
A])ple Clifton A, wks R Tbomas, r 110 Jackson 
'• Emma (wid J M). r 117 E Market 
*' Jas jS',* carj), r 110 Jackson 
" Mary R Miss, bds 410 Jackson 

'' Wm> janitor Lindsay St Pub Scbl, r 621 E Market 
Applewhite Mary Miss, tcbr Asheboro St Pub Schl, r 

217 Summit ave 
Archer (' \\ elk T M IMckard .^ P.ro. bds 2;!5 X Cedar 

ARMENTROUT EDWARD L* SUPT CAPE FEAR MFG m 



Co, r 125 Bain 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

2331 S. Elm St. 



Armfield Bettie Miss, tchr G F College, bds same 
" Clay, opr Gboro Tel Ex, bds S Ashe 
" Fannie Miss, tchr G F College, bds same 
" G Will,* r 350 S Ashe 
"' Ithaumr, farmer, bds 705(605) >^'alker ave 
" Jane (wid Emsley). bds 2;'>9 (A) X Greene 
'^ Jos H, steno, bds' 350 S Ashe 
" L Clay, opr Tel Exch, bds 350 S Ashe 
" M Mv'rtle Miss, bds 350 S Ashe 

Arnett J E, wks Gboro Furn Mfg Co. r 108 E McCul- 
lo(di 
" Jas E,* msp A & Y Ry, r lOS E McCulloch 

Arrington Richd B, trav slum Odell Hdw Co, bds 
J^enbow 

ASHEBORO ST PHARMACY, G W & G A KESTLER 

proprs, 420 Asheboro 
Atkinson Eliza T (wid Roger P), bds 222 S Spring 
Atkisson Geo T, molder Glascock's Fdry, rms 400 Gor- 

rell 
" Louis A,* engr S Ry, r 400 Gorrell 



I O 

3 



m 






2»cp 

CO > 

^« 

c«co 

CD 
I 



CO 



Pomona Terra Gotta Co, 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 



SEWER PIPE, 
WElLTOBiNG, 
DRAIN TILE. Etc. 



Fresh, Tender Meats. 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 



Stalls 3, 5, 7, cry Market. 



CO . 

a3 CO 


1** 


f— n^ 




ct3^- 


s: "^ 


% 


•^ CO 


5s 


o 


«o 


o en 




^B 


T3 OS 


5<l 


3^^ 3^M 


fj 


CQ CS 





120 



MA LOXE Y'S ( JREEXSBORO 



C/9 
C9 



ATLANTIC & YADKIN RAILWAY, PASS & FRT DEPOT 

FiM'bis bet DejxK and Fayettevillc 
Austin Kniilv Aliss, sttino X «S: I Collcii-c, bds same 



Baacii J^ouis, elk L B l.indau, bds 1l'8(l;()1) tscheuck 
Bailey Jas M,* depy mairslial & custodian U S bldg, r 

222 N Cedar 
Bailift" Geo,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r I'roximity 
Bain Aiinineus (i, eaip, bds TA\) I'earsoii 

" Edw E,* Ibr 510-22 S Ashe, v 708 S Ashe 

" John T, bds 739 Bearsou 

" Joshua C,* retired, r 444 Gorrell 

" J Webster,* wks Cape Fear xMfi; Co, r 228 W Bragg 

'' Maybelle Miss, bds i:]d Pearson 

" Walter C, carp, bds 739 I'earson 

BAIN WM C* CONTR & BLDR 302 1-2 S ELM, V- 

p'rest Cape Fear Mfg Co, r 73,!) I'earson (See cen- 
ter lines) 
" Wm W, carp, bds 739 Pearson 
liaker Kobt,* carp, r Laura ave 
" Thos,* car}*, r Randolph ave beA- limits 

Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 



CO c/? 



'• Walter B,* elk L L Clegg, r 710 Arlington 

" Wm J,* carp, r 917 S Elm 
Balch S E, elk J W Scott & Co, rms 320 X Gn^ene 
Ball Geneva C Miss, bds 322 W Gaston 

" Leonora A Miss, bds 322 W Gaston 

" Lucy W (wid J R), bds 217 X Spring 

'' M Jane (wid Jas R), r 322 ^y Gaston 

" Oscar S, elk R G Royster, bds 322 W Gaston 
Ballance Bessie INIrs, bds 337 S Davie 
Ballard Elizabeth (wid W H), r 318 Gorrell 

" Ro'bt, mess ^V U Tel Co, bds 318 (^)rrell 
Ballinger Adelis M,* wks J F Yates, bds 1058 W 
.Market 

" Xannie Miss, milliner Mrs L A Lunn, bds Hm W 
Market 
Balsley Lizzie F Miss, bds 134 X Mendenhall 

" Pearl M INIiss, bds 134 X Mendenhall 
BALSLEY WM G* (C M VANSTORY & CO), R 134 M 

Mendenhall (See side lines) 
Bandy J Marcus,* civil engr, r 920 Carr 



CO 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Pluibing 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



L 



HOTEL GLEGG 

W. F. CLEGG, Propr. 



IN CONNECTION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 



1899-1900 CITY DIEECTOKY. 



121 



Bandy W F, c-lk Thacker & Brockmann, bds 920 Can- 
Bank of Guilford, J S Cox, receiver, 212 S Elm 
Banks Geo R, bkpr A\' D McAdoo, bds 205 W Wash- 
ington 
" Louise S Mrs, housekpr Keeley Inst, bds same 
Banner Warehouse, Smith, Blackburn & Co, proprs, 

210 W Market 
Barbee Jethro, wks Pomona Hill Xurseries, r Pomona 
N C 
" Jno W, wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona N C 
" Jos,* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona N C 
*' Witt, wks S Finishing- Mill 

BARBER WILSON M* (W M BARBER & CO), R 122 H 

Davie 

BARBER W M & GO (W M BARBER) PUBRS PA- 

triot, 220 S Elm (See Adv) 
Barefoot Benj F,* wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r 911 

Asheboro 
Barker Edw T, bds 515 Julian ave 
" John,* grocer 108 E Market, saloon 329 S Elm, r 

108 N Davie 

Wn RflIN Contractor and Builder 
I Ul Ull I ll 3ie^'2 SOUTH ELM STREET 

BARNES BENJ S, REPORTER TELEGRAM, BDS 701 

S Elm 

" Bettie S (wid Jos B), seamstress, r 100 Lithia 

'' Carrie Miss, bds 400 Lithia 

" Esther V (wid E B), r 1080 R R ave 

" Georgia Miss, bds 400 Lithia 

" Henry A,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r I'roximity 

" John, carp, bds Wood House 

" John S,* grocer 700 Asheboro, r Asheboro bey lim 

" Lina R Miss, bds 1080 R R ave 

" Mary L Miss, bds 400 Lithia 

'' Sarah E Miss, bds 1080 R R ave 
Barnhardt J F, wks Hucomuga Mill, bds 920 Bellevue 
Barrett Mack, wks Gboro S & B Wks, r Ashe 

" May Miss, with Hunter Mfg cV: Com Co, bds 337 S 
Ashe 

" Michael J, wks Bending Wks, bds 337 S Ashe 
Barringer Jno A,* atty 113 Court Sq. r 310 S Ashe 
Bason Johnsie Miss, r S Cedar bey limits 
Bass Jas T,* supt Life Ins Co of Va, r 220 Fayetteville- 



0) 



o 
» _ 



-i 
C 







30 






2 ?^ = 

» r» -^ 

P ? 2 

* 2 s^ 



SI'S 



s^i' 



en a 



5"i 



ft a- 

^5o 



o 



a-a 



7m 



?59 



Greensboro Steam laundry 

111-113 West Market Street. Phone 72. 



SHIRTS, 
COLLARS 
and CUFFS 

OUR SPECIAL! Y. 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see mq 

SOUTH ELM ST. 



MURRAY BROS. 



Phone 163. 



CO 122 .AlALOXEY'S CJKEENJ^IUIRO 

J^ ^ Battle Jno T jT* pin^lioi S~Eini^ bds ii2() W Wash- 



u. 



fmM Q Battom Davis A, elk fe^o Ry, r Asheboro 

J^ ^M Baxter Jas, wks Fiiiishiiifj; Mills, bds 112 W Gaston 

1^ ^^ '* Jno R M,* foienin J Van Lindley Nurs Co, r Pomo- 

w*i ^^ " Robt J. wks J \'an Lindley Nurs Co, r Pomona, 

Oil) C N c 

SZ ■■■■ " R Thomas,* tel ()])r Pomona, r Pomona, N C 

■^ JC " Tlios,* opr V\^ U Tel Co, r Spring Garden bey limits 

JCb CD Beal Alex, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

4-J .^ " B Edw,* trav slmn. bds 118 E McCulloeli 

O C '■ I^dw, wks Prox ]Mf j? Co, r Proximity 

"" Sm " Jolm L,* watcluiin Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

f\ "5 Peall Brooks,* watehmn Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

^^ " Benj L,* bkpr ^\'akelield Hdw Co, r 221 E Lee 

'• Chas T, mchst Wakefield Hdw Co, bds 221 E Lee 
" Geo L, elk ^^'aketield Hdw Co, bds 221 E Lee 
" Louis G, student, bds 221 E Lee 
'' Meta L Miss, tclir Kindergarten School, bds 221 E 
Lee 

OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 

BEALL ROBERT B, SEC, TREAS AND MGR WAKE- 

tleld Hdware Co, bds 221 E Lee 

BEALL WM P,* PHYS 117 COURT SQUARE, V-PRES 

Wakefield Hdw Co, r 404 Asheboro 
Beard Wm,* tailor H H Cortland, bds 320 N Greene 
Beasley Frances (wid Jackson), bds 305 N Edgeworth 
BEASLEY WM C* PLUMBER 1 13 E WASHINGTON, R 

740 Pearson (see bottom lines) 
Beason Donnie E Miss, domestic J R Hutton, r same 
'• Ida Miss, wks Proximity Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Scott,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Beeson Ida J Mrs, bkpr Finishing Mills, bds 335 N 

Greene 
BELK JNO M (HARRY-BELK BROS CO), R MONROE 
N C 

BELK W HENRY (HARRY-BELK BROS CO), R CHAR- 

lotte, N C 
Bell Alpheus L,* lab, r 2053 E Market 
'• David W, blksniith Prox Mill, bds 117 S Davie 
" Elivia M Miss, steno Merchants Grocery Co, bds 
S Ashe bey limits 



JNO. X YOUNG 

PROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, tihade and .... 
Ornamental Trees 
VINES AND PLANTS. 



^^%^>^ 



aaaaatWMgwwwiawUBWffiii w i t m MiL i .:;,jj » A^.im> i M il 



MATTHEWS & HAMMER 

302>^ South Elm Street. 



Will Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident. 

See them before placing 
your insurance. 



ISnO-lftOO CITY DIRECTORY 



123 



Bell Lila C Miss, r fc^ Ashe bey limite 

" Ricbd,* gro S Ashe bey lin^its, r same 

" Royalton P, lab, bds 2053 E Market 

'' Siddie P Miss, dressmkr 117 S Davie, r same 
Benbow Cijiar Stand, King »S: Haivmer proprs, Ben- 
bow House 

" DeW Cninton, r 111 W Sycamore 

" House, B J Fisher proj)!', F P Morton nigr, 122 S 
Elm 

" House Saloon, J E DeLorme barkpr, 122 S Elm 

'' Lily Miss, bds 111 W Sycamore 

*' Lizzie C (Mrs C D), r Laura ave 
Bendheim Lewes (D Bendheim «& Sons), bds W Gaston 

" Louis, elk M Pretzfelder, bds same 

" D & Sons( D and L), dry jJroods and notions, 230 S 
Elm 
Bennett Thos M, elk W P Bennett, r same 

'' Wm P,* grocer 601 E Gaston, r Belle Meade ave 
Berger Henry C, secy and treas Wood Tob Co, bds 414 
N Elm 



Cuillopii liumbBP Manulactuping Do. 



524-32 South Ashe Street. 



GREENSBORO. N.C. 



" -Wood Tobacco Co (incor), T M Pickard, prest; W 
W Wood, Sr, vice-prest; H C Berger, sec and 
treas; tob mfrs, 120-22 N Elm 
Bernard Emma Miss, bds 351 Asheboro 

" Thos,* train mstr So Ry, r 351 Asheboro 

'' Virginia Miss, bds 351 Asheboro 
Berry Geo AV,* dispr So Ry, r 346 Asheboro 
Best' Ben j W,* phys 3024 S Elm, r 314 Asheboro 
Bevill Vs'm E, tobacconist, bds 417 W Market 
Bickett Drear,* waiter J H West, r E Washington 
Bilbro Henry C,* foreman Coal Cluite, r 503 AV Lee 

'• J Richardson,* inspr So Ry, r 432(433) W Bragg 

" Mary E (wid P Hi, bds 515 W Lee 

'' Nell'ie P Miss, bds 503 W Lee 

" Rosa L Miss, bds 503 W Lee 
Bingham Henry S, wks G W Denney, bds 819 Factory 

'' Laura Miss, tchr Lindsay St Pub School 
Binkley Robt L,* brakemn So Ry, r 422 W Bragg 
Bishop J M, wks Gboro Furn Mfg Co 

" J T, wks Gboro Furn Mfg Co 

-• Robt L,* wks Gboro Furn Mfg Co, r 2065 East 



O Z C/3 H 

r- m o o 
o > c c 





30 


H O 


4: 


HSC X 


z 


CO 


m 
30 a 


m 


n 


z o 


^ 


o 


-^* 


H 
f. 


H 

m 


c/3 2 

m , 
> - 
r-co 




H 


- 3 


3- 




ea 


» 


*" 


Z p^ 


CO 

&3 


2 


C CO 


O 


CO 

o 


~ o 


CO 

sr 


-I 




-^ 


3 



c o 






o 

S3 



C/5 

CD 
CD 



CO 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



McClampoGh Bros. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Fnrnista Tiles and l4»y Tile Floors. 



Mantels, Grates, 
... Tiles ... 

TRY OUR 

"CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE.' 

Get Ihetr F.ntitn«te. 



O) 



124 



rtf 


u 


-er 


as 


;n 


C3 
LtJ 


^T 


ja 


Ck- 


O 


3 


c«o 


■o 


Q- 


•< 


c: 


CD 


^ 


c« 


C 


>— 


O) 


03 


oc 


r" 


> 


LU 


'55 




h- 




h- 


g3 


u. 


a> 


•^ 




■*•* 


CO 


.«-• 




aK 


o. 


.2 


oc 


E 


« 


o 




UJ 


L. 




ee 


Q- 








bJO 



CO 
CO 



to 



be 

c 



I- 

< 

o 
o 

CO 
LlI 

CO z 

= o 

o 



:\I A LONEY'S ( }R E EXSROR( ) 



Bitterich Emil, wks S Finisliing Mill, r rroximity 
Bivins Oluis ]M, printer J J Stone, bds 210 W Sycamore 

'' W Cary, elk Harry-Belk Bros Co, bds 454 (loi-rell 
Black C N,* wks N & I College, r AValker ave bey liiu 

" Mary O Miss, tchr G F College, bds same 
Blackburn Minnie E Miss, bds 240 Belle Meade ave 

" Kobt H, tel opr So Ky, bds Church 

'•' W Jasper,* (Smith, Blackburn & (^o), r 417 W Mar- 
ket 
Blackwood Luther, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Robt, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Verna ^liss, wks l*rox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Blair Adolphus, elk, rms 633 Asheboro 

" Dorian H,* elk Odell Hdw Co, r 439 Walker ave 

" Etta Miss, bds 329 E Bragg 

'' Jas E,* Avks S Finishing Mill, r 207-9 S Davie 

" J AMnston,* (S G Hodgin iK: Coj, r Kandolph co 

" Lee T,* (S G Hodgin & Co), tchr Asheboi-o St Schl, 
r <)33 Asheb'or'o 

" Wm,* wks Cape Fear Mfg Co, r 917 Asheboro 

" Wm J,* wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r 917 Asheboro 

"RKiM j Photographer. 

°"° ''*"'^" " ( IVS ^i KA.sr MARKET 8 TREET. 

BLAKE GEORGE,* PROPR NO CHARGE CO AND 

(J'boro Seed .S: Plant Co, )• E Julian city limits 
Blanchard Carrie L (wid Jos E), seamstress, r lOOW 

^^'alker ave 
" Henrv K, cairier Record, bds lOOG Walker ave 
Blaylock Shubal G,* gro 227 Lewis, r 323 W Lee 
Blount Jos, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
Bloxton J Willard (Bloxton «S: Jennings), rms 506 S 

Elm 
'" & Jennings (J >\' Bloxton, G H Jennings), furn 506 
S Elm 
Blunt W F, trav slmn, bds ]McAdoo House 
Bobo Sallie E (wid D C), bds S20 AN'alker ave 
Boddie Viola Miss, tchr N & I College, bds same 
Bodenhamer Annie Miss, bds 202 E Market 
" Emma Miss, bds 202 E :\Larket 
" Margaret Miss, dressmkr 202 E Market, r same 
'• INIary E (Mrs M J), bdg hse 202 E ]\Iarket 
'• McKinsev J,* wks Hutt" .^' Overbcv. r 202 E Market 



n&al 



BOGART CLARENCE B 

406 Church 



(BOONE & BOGART), BDS 



Hague-McGorkle 

DRY GOODS CO. 



IMPUR1ERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

Dry Goods and Notions 

320 and 322 S. Ein Street. 



ISS 



■ .■.'.»»^-jV.. ■ ;■■ ,. 



C. E. HOLTON 

fVlcAdoo House Buildings 



TOILET ARriCLES, 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Soda an 1 Mineral Waters. 



18y')-l!)00 CITY DIRECTORY. 125 



TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 



103 W. riARKET STREET. 



0) 

o 



Bogart ^^'lu B,* with Receiver Bank of Guilford, r 406 05 

Church 5* 

'" Wm F,* elk, r 313 Lindsay ^ 

'' Wm P,* with Receiver Guifford Bank, r 406 Church "^ 

Boggs Jas H,* mchst S Finishing Mill, r Proximity t^ 

*' Julia Miss, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity f» B 

" L Taylor,* wks Gboro Furn Mfg Co, r Laura ave r ? 

Bolden Ir^ilas M,* lab, r 2080 East ^ 

Bolejack Bettie (Mrs J), bdg hse 444 E AVashington g 

" Jas,* slmn Jones & Cox, r 444 E Washington S 

Boiling Edgar J, wivs Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity h 

'' Jas W,* painter, r Proximity y 

Bolton Roswell,* wks S Ry, bds (;0S S Elm ► 

Boon Eliza C (wid W N), r 317 W Washington o 

'• John, gateman So Ry 5 ,,^ 

" John C,* carp, r 221 S Davie ^ » ^ 

'' Jos E, elk Proximity Store, bds 221 S Davie ? * Qj 

Boone Banks A, elk Carolina Shoe Co, bds 219 Lindsay ?* 

'- Calvin,* wks Prox Mfg Co " f ™' 
" Daniel,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Geo R, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 



(D 

3 



fi) 



^ 



BOONE JAY H (BOONE & BOGART), BDS 219 LIND- ^^ 

say ^^ 

'' L Catherine (wid O L), r 219 Lindsay 

" Lindsay I, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ^ 

" Maggie E Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ^^ f^ 

" Robt,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity «i - . - 

BOONE & BOGART (J H BOONE, C B BOGART), MORS 
(t'boro Pressing Club, 234^- S Elm (See side 
lines) ^ 

Booth Fannie P Mrs, bds 320 X Green V S ^ 

Boren Cecil A,* wks Pomona Terra C Wks, r Pomona, ^ O 

^ C M J... 

BOREN CHARLES P,* SUPT POMONA TERRA COTTA '^ "" 

Co, r Pomona, N C ^ 

'' Gurney S,* Nurseryman, r Pomona, N C 
'' Richard B,* asst supt Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Po- 



tr 



5? 



mona, N C -^ 2 3 



BOREN WM C* SECY & TREAS POMONA TERRA 

Cotta Co, r Pomona, N C *' Q 

Bosher Thad C,* wdis Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomo- 3 

na, N C (0 






:f,r-PENN Mutual Life"- 

See J H. HERRITT, 4 Katz Building. 



Will H. Matthews & Co. clothSs 

304 South Elm Street. FOR CASH ONLY. 

nS 12G MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



O 

o 



* c >. 



s^ o 



Boss Elizabeth Miss, bds 245 Belle Meade ave 
^rK Boston Abner, wks Prox Mfj^' Co, i- Proximity 

2 ^ K^ Bottom Uavis A, elk So R.y, bds Mii Asheboro 

Boulden Briscoe B,* r 215 N Edyeworth 



W ,2 j3 " Cora ]\Iiss, wks S Fin Mill, bds Proximity 

- 'O C^ l^ouiiit' Jt'sse H.* tchi- A & M College, r ^m S Forbis 

J ^ &H Bowles David A,* cabt mkr 2UT E Sycamore, r 71U(G10) 

>. ^ Morehead ave 

DC ^ g " Fannie Miss, domestic Miss E J Monroe, r same 

^ "TS o3 Bowman H Clay,* elk Racket Store, bds 1U7 E Gaston 

U ^ >a "J Rufus,* carp, r 812 S Elm 

O ^ a poii^. ^\ ,^,i(| Richd), bds (128 S Elm 

^.2 BOYCOTT OWEN D, WHOL AND RET FEED, GRAIN, 

>a ^ etc, lU; ^V Market, bds 437 Walker ave, (see bot- 

tom lines) 
Boyd Berta (wid R F), bds 614 Douglass 
" ^Jas E (Boyd & Brooks), r 221 \Y Market 
" Rotot R (B'oyd, AVaddell & Co), bdfe 214 E Lee 

BOYD SAMUEL H* (BOYD, WADDELL & CO), R 214 
E Lee 



B. L. Wl N GATE l^^^""^ ^A^'^'NEs AND 

123 South tlm S!r«et, J ATTACHMENTS. 

BOYD, WADDELL & CO (S H BOYD, D C WADDELL, 

R G Gleunj, genl ins agts, 0-7 Katz bldg (See 
back paster) 
" & Brooks (J E Boyd, A L Brooks), 102 Ct Square 
Boyles Frank C, bkpr Gboro Xat Bank, r 130 S Men- 
denhall 
" Marvin M, elk Thacker & Brockmanu, bds 130 S 

Mendenhall 
" O Blanche Miss, bds 130 S Mendenhall 
Brackin Julia A (wid Saml), bds 317-19 W Market 



Wholesale and Relail Dealer in 



Floar, Tiinottiy Hay, Oats, Corn, Meal, Barley Cliop 

Middlings, Ship Stuff, Bran, Ciotton Seed Meal. 
Cotton Seed Hulls, Dairy and Poultry Feed and Lime. 

TEB.UM CAMI. l'« West 9lHrket Stre«*.. 



Rankin, Chisholm, Stroud & Rees - mens .. 

300 South Elm Street. OUTFITTERS. 



-^ 



Cape Fear M'nf g Co. 

BUILDINQ MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



18!IO-lf)()0 CITY 1)IKE(;T()KY. 



Rough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



127 



Bradford John W,* carp, r rear 320 W Lee 

" Walter S, painter, r rear 32G W Lee 
Bradley Harry S, trav steno J A Dodson, bds N Elm 

'' N Male Miss, bds 129 f^ebenck 

BRADSHAW GEO S* (BRADSHAW & NEWLIN), R 

203 S Eugene 
" Louise Miss, bds 203 S Eugene 
" Saml, mess W U Tel Co, bds 203 S Eugene 

BRADSHAW & NEWLIN (G S BRADSHAW, S NEW- 

lin), attys, 100| N Elm 
Krame Albert, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

'' Louise (wid A), r Proximity 
Brandon Da^id S,* wks ProximUy Mill, r 407 E Market 
'^ Geo T, wks I J Phoenix, bds 407 E Market 
" Wni J,* auctioneer Banner Whse 
Brandt Leon J,* eoitoni buyer, i' 314 N Davie 
Branson Guy T,* bkpr Gboro Furn Mfg Co, r 411 W 

Bragg 
Bray Addle L Miss, with Annie S Cater & Co, bds 401 
W Washington 
" Alfred P., (Bray Bros), bds 208 S Spring 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



" Arthur, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Bros (C A & A Bj, leaf tob, 214-10 W Market 
" Chas, barber, bds COS S Elm 
" Clayton A* (Bray Bros), r 208 S Spring 
" Ida Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
'' Jos, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Savilla Miss, rTProximity 
" Thos C, barber J A Byrd, bds 008 S Elm 
" Willis, carp, bds 117 E Lee 
Bredow Annie E Miss, bds 313 N Forbis 



GEO. S. BRADSHAW. 



OLIVER S. NEWLIN. 



BRADSHAW & NEWLIN 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Lai 



z 

o ^ 



00 



< 

Q 

O ■< 

H 2! = 

1 —-5 

m CD -n 
r Q.-J* 

2 rv. ^ 
P CO 

0) ■-»• o 
H! :?. 

H O 
3 
0) 



100.1 NORTH ELM STREET. 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 

General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs. 



Staple and Fancy Groceries. PHOENIX & AIKEN 

210 South Davie Street. 



•••••• 



SPECIAL ATTENTION 
TO SELECT RETAIL TRADE. 



X 



-J 
< 
UJ 

UJ 






9 
O 

w 
** 

E 
bi 

£ 

3 

(0 

iO 

c^ 

CO 

I 

CO 
CI 

CO 



128 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



Brent Genevieve Miss, bds 217 Summit ave 

Brewer Eli,* painter, r 508^ S Elm 

Brid<?es Benj M, opr W U Tel Co, bds Wood House 

" Frank," wks rroxiniity Mfg Co, r Proximity 

'' Ira, Avks Huconiuoa m\\, bds 113 E McCulloch 

" JAzzie Miss, domestic, r Proximity 

'' Nettie Miss, wks I'roximity Mf.^- Co, r Proximity 
Brim Ervin,* wks Empire S & I Co, r Proximity 
Brinkley W T, wivs S Finishing Mill 
Brock Josephine A (wid Jesse), bds 406 Lithia 

'' Mamie R Miss, bds 406 Lithia 
Brockmann Bertha (wid A J), r 410 E Market 

" Emma Miss, bds 410 E Market 

" Frank, bds 410 E Market 

BROCKMANN J L=^ (THACKER & BROCKMANN), R 
243 E Washington 
^' Laura Miss, teachr Gboro Music School, bds 410 
E Market 
Brodnax John G,* phys 207 W Market, r 209 same 

" John G Jr,* int rev service, r 614 W Market 
Brooks Andrew F,* contr, r 636 S Elm 

Greensboro Ice ic Coal Co. 



" Annie E Miss, bds 724 Pearson 

"- Aubrey L* (Boyd & Brooks), r 300 S Spring 

" Catherine Miss, bds 625 S Elm 

" Eleanor Miss, bds 222 Summit ave 

" Kate Miss, bds 731 Pearson 

" Louise Miss, bds 724 Pearson 

" Lula Miss, bds 625 S Elm 

" Manufacturing Co (The), incor 1896; C G Wright, 
prest; J S Cobb, v-prest; T T Brooks, secy and 
treas; lumber, shingles, etc, 560 (300) S Ashe 

" Marv Miss, bds 625 S Elm 

" Richd H, chf elk Odell Hdw Co, rms 435 W Market 

" Richd H,* carp Empire S cV: I Co, bds 351 W Bragg 

BROOKS ROBERT W,* MFR AND WHOL COM LUM- 

ber, laths and shingles, and sash, doors and 

blinds, 118 Lewis, r (525 S Elm 
" Sallie Miss, bds 724 Pearson 
" Timothy T,* secy and treas Brooks Mfg Co, r 724 

Pearson 
■'' Walter B,* ins, r 222 Summit ave 



W. G. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plumbing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



-.^~ 



^_.,^.^ 



W. F. CLEQQ & BRO. Fruli; M»ce 

364-8 South Elm Street. and Commission Meicliants. 



C'a, 



0) 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 129 

R, W. BROOKS 

Manufacturer and Wholesale 
Commission Dealer in 

Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Sash, 

DOORS AND BLINDS. 

Car Lumber a Specialty. 118 LEWIS STREET. " 

Brower Chas E, elk Will H Matthews & Co, bds 641 ^ 

Asheboro z 

" Wm A, grocer 637 Asheboro, bds 410 E McCulloch ^ z 

Brown Ada Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity gj h 

" Clarence R,* tclir N & I College, r 301 W Washing- 5 ;- 

ton ^ > 

" Cornelius S,* collr A Weatberlr, r 442 E Washing' ^ ' 

ton ^ ^ 

" David, elk O F Pearee, bds 531 S Elm •" ^^ 

" Edw A, bkpr J N Leak & Co, bds 228 N Spring "^ 

Wn RAIN Contractor and Builder ; «. 
I Ul llfllll 30234 SOUTH ELM STREET ,,Jk 1 

-77-^^; ^^^I -. ^:^ ... ^ ^^ ^^ ■ 1^ ^^ 



(D 



" Edw N,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity i 

" Frank M, supt Hunter Mfg and Com Co", bds 305 W :^ -^ 

Washington « " 

" Hugh L,* r 508 W Washington 3 ' 

" Ida Miss, bds 442 E Washington § f 

" John C, elk O F Pearce, rms 206 Buchanan ? 

" Jos H,* carp, r 926 S Elm P 

" Lake S Miss, bds 414 N Elm ^ 
'' Lula Miss, bds oOS W Washington 
" Martha INIiss, milliner Annie i^ Cator «& Co, bds 127 

Church 

" Martha W (Mrs II L), dressmkr 508 W AYashington, S" | a^ o ^f 



t 

S) 



A 5.C 



r same S'S'^S-g^ 

" Milton,* driver J J Phoenix, r 2063 East '*':? S^ " 

'' Nancv A (wid J S), r 414 N Elm » 5 & Si § « 

BROWN NINA MISS, SEC AND TREAS BROWN MER H 2 3 !§- 

Co. bds 414 N Elm S^l'*',... * 

" Ninevah Miss, bds 414 N Elm ' w-ls^?^ 

BROWN (SAMPLE) MERCANTILE CO (INCOR), CAP!- s:^|»'^ 

tal 110,000; S S Brown, prest; G A Dick^ vice- w a:2.|'d 



prest; N O Brown, sec and treas; dry goods and 9?b 2 S* 

furniture, 234 S Elm (See side lines) 






GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 

FINEST WORK IN THE CITY. 
ill-113 West Market Street. ^ PHONE 72. 



MURRAY BROS. 



INSURANCE. 



Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 
113 SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. II Glass and Steam Boiler.. 

130 MALONEY'S (rREENSBORO 



CO 


■ 






CO 




CO 


^ 


« 


o 


X 
(0 




CO 


z 


> 


03 


< 


C 


■a 


< 


(ft 

c 

3 


cd 


z 
z 


w 


X 

o 


< 





BROWN SAMPLE S* (SAMPLE S BROWN MERCAN- 

tile Co), r 120 W Washington 
" Samuel,* r 437 Walker ave 
'' Scott,* atdt Keeley Inst, bds same 
" Tesora Miss, bds 442 E Washington 
" Thos L,* gardener N & I College, r 1023 Spring Gar- 
den ,. _^| 
" Tyler,* wks C F Mfg Co, r 220 Lewis 
" Virginia L Miss, bds 120 W Washington 
" Wm,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Wm E, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Bruere Alice H Miss, tchr N & 1 College, bds 1027 

Spring Garden 
Bryan H Eugene,* r 402 N Cedar 
" John J,* phys 119^ S Elm, r 325 N Elm 
" Lizzie Miss, dressmkr, rms 741 Pearson 
" Nannie I Misis, elk Harry-Belk Bros Co, bds 200 S 
Spring 
Bryant Carrie (Mrs F P), bds 231 W Bragg 
" Dixie L Miss, tchr N & I College, bds 990 (998) 
Spring Garden 

^ OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 

. .. 

h. Buchanan Arbella E (wid Geo W), bds 251 Belle Meade- 
g ave 

" Chas C,* r 251 Belle Meade ave 
£ " Hermon S, aect XA Dodson, bds 120 Buchanan 
J2 " Jas H, farmer, r 207 S Forbis 

" Jas P, trav slmn, bds 207 S Forbis 
£ " Maggie Z Miss, dressmkr Mrs M Mayo, bds 251 
3 Belle Meade ave 

" Mary F (wid T F), r 102 N Davie 

* " Mattie B Miss, wks Merchants Gro Co, bds 251 

00 Belle Meade ave 

1 " Merritt (\ elk So Ry, bds 120 Buchanan 
(V) Buck Benj F,* carp, r 407 E McCulloch 

CM " Jesse M, lab, bds 407 E McCulloch 

" Lynn W,* secy and treas Hucomuga Mills, r 613 

Asheboro 
" Moses P, wks Hucomuga Mill, bds 613 Asheboro 
Buckner Levi,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Buffalo Dairy, Carl H AA^'eatherly, propr, 1^ miles s 
of city 



JNO. A. YOUNG, Nurserymen 

TWO MILES EAST CITY. PHONE 43. 






Matthews & Hammer \^^m:ru 

m-1% SOUTH ELAI STREET. ^UEepre^'eiPted." 

1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 131 o x w h 

moo 



Bngbee Cora Miss, elk C P Vanstory, bds 119 N Gilmer o > 



Lawrence, student, bds 119 N Gilmer 



Burch John D,* letter carrier, r 820 AYalker ave 
Burgess Bessie I Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 



Cuiilopil liumbBP Manufacturing Co. 



^ 30 -t O 
S H Z X 



" Louise C (wid P), r 119 N Gilmer 5 c/5 ^ 

Buhmann Bella M Miss, bds 442 S Mendenhall '^ o z 5 

" Edw A, wks Cone Expt & Com Co, bds 442 S Men- - o ^ 



C/3 

2. m > 
09 z r" e« 



denhall 
" Sophie L Miss, r 442 S Mendenhall 
" Walter L, wks J R McDufltie, bds 442 S Mendenhall ^ h i g 

Bumpass Eugenia H Miss, tehr 114 S Mendenhall, bds ^ - _ o 
same 

Bunday Thos, wks S Finishing Mill, bds 701 E Market 

Bundy Harmon, wks S Finishing Mill 

Bunting Arrington,* farmer, r Proximity 
'' Arthur, wks Proximity Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" John H, wks I^nion News Co, rras 204 W Bragg _ _^ 

" Lura Miss, wks Proximity Mfg Co, r Proximity -n =' t, 2o* 

" Mattie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity p *" 5" "n 

Burbank Geo F,* ophthalmist, bds Wood House o %_? S 

^ r: » 
CD o. =, 
Dora E Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co. r Proximity ^ o 



p - 


Z 


?r 


«» T3 


P 


3' 


W - 


c 


(Q 


2. o 


-1 

p 


-4 




« "* 


l- 


a* 
p 






=r C/3 


eo 


s;3 


P 



CD 

CP 



524-32 South Ashe Street. GREENSBOiM). N. C. \ 



" Edw S,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Emma S Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Gaston,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" John H, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Richd G, harness mkr G S Gaulden «S: Co, bds 207 

S Forbis ^^J^ 

" Theodore, wks Proximity ]\Ifg Co, r Proximity ^^" 

Burgin Frank A,* mgr l*aine, Murphy & Co, r 308 N ^ """^ 

Forbis • 3C ^ 

Burkhead Frances Miss, tchr N & I College, bds same ' f^v^i z 

BURKS MAMIE H (MRS C L), PROPRSS PLANTERS § =aa 5 

Hotel. 210 N Elm ^ "^ > 

Burner Amanda Miss, wks Finishing Mill, bds 622 tj *2— )^ 

Keogh > ■ g 

" Selma Miss, wks Finishing Mills, bds 022 Keogh ^ ^J^ m 

Burnham Roxie (wid James), r 601 E Washington . ^— ^ "^ 

Burrough Fred, flagman So Ry, bds 328 Gorrell | 

Burr US Allen B, opr W U Tel Co, bds 416 N Greene 
Burtnett Louis E, printer C F Thomas, rms 330^ S Elm 
Burton Chas G, asst Postmaster, bds 201 N Davie 

" H G, wks Life Ins Co of Va.. bds 328 Gorrell 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 W. Market St. 



ALL KINDS OF ^ 

Feed and 
.. . Seed Products. 



McCLAMROCH BROS. || ""fTi-.^esT.^' 

The Cahill Special Crate" is the Best Made. See It. 

132 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



mt 



I- 




a. 


• 


w ec 


re 


hi o 


h- 


o 


Z 


s:^ 


r? 


£^ 


S 


O r 


QC 


!«J 


S" 


Q. 


» o 




o o 


C3 


> ^ 


^ 


CO 




J < 


_ 


•J 


i^ 



c^ 



Busbee Jolm.son 1\ dis|*r So Rv, bds :}4G Asheboro 
Butlei' Jci-emiali, foreman Cunningliain Bros, r :i45 S 
Davie 
" Wade H,* elk So Rv depot, r 446 MoAdoo ave 
" W Ross,* fai-iuer, r S Ry m- Laura ave 
Butner Lee V, elk Odell Hdw Co, bds 350 W Lee 
Byerly Jos P,* wks Prox Mf^ Co,' r Proximity 
Bvers Wm A,* 'oculist, r 723(703) Walker ave 

BYNUM, BYNUM & TAYLOR (J G BYNUM, W P 

livnniii, .Ji', Z V Tavlor). attvs, 10() Ct Square 

BYNUM JOHN GRAY* (BYNUM, BYNUM & TAYLOR), 

r 305 X Elui 

BYNUM WM P JR* (BYNUM, BYNUM & TAYLOR), R 

501 Arlinjitoii 

BYRD JAMES A,* BARBER 31 1 S ELM, R 218 BELLE 
Meade ave 



CALDCLEUGH EMMETT M (E M CALDCLEUGH & 

Bro), rms 219^ S Elm (see front paster) 

ALDERMAN 1 Photographer. 



m}i BiST MARKET STREET. 



CALDCLEUGH E M & BRO ( E M & R A), CROCKERY, 

ehina & jTjIassware, 210 S Elm (see front paster) 
CALDCLEUGH ROBERT A (E M CALDCLEUGH & 

Bro), rms 219^ S Elm (see front paster) 
Calkins Chas H, dispr So Ry, rms 322 Asheboro 
Callaway Beulah Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Geo F,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Moses, w^ks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Galium Cornelia S Miss, bds 417 Church 
" Jas C,* mattress mfr 620 E Washington, r 519 W 
Gaston 

JNO. GRAY BYNUM. WM. P. BYNUM, jR. Z. V. TAYLOR 

BYNUM, BYNUM & TAYLOR, 
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law 



106 COURT SQUARE. Cab:e Address: BrNTAYLAW. 



Hague-McGorkle 



IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 



Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S Elm Street. 



'''"''^''-'^pi'eivwturrir-amsMammmtmmmmmmtmmmitmm^^ 



C. E. HOLTON 



McAdoo House Building. 



Prescription 
Work 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



133 



J. A. BYRD 



311 South Elm Street. 

Artistic Hair Cutting and Shaving. Only Experienced Artists 

Employed. All work executed in the 

cleanest and latest style. 

Calliim Jas R.* drugj?ist, r 417 Church 
" M Kirk,* trav slmn, r 425 Church 
" Wm L,* tray slmn, r 407 Church 

Cameron Ada Miss, printer E L Stout, bds 410 E Mc- 
Culloch 
" Lizzie Miss, with Hunter Mfg and Com Co, bds 410 
E McCulloch 

Campbell Gertrude Miss,wks Prox Mfg: Co, r Proximity 
" Jno 1),* overseer Prox IMfg Co, r Proximity 
" Robt G, supt Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Stephen G.* night supt Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 

103 W. HARKET STREET. 

Camper Henry L,* canvasser, bds 711 Martin 
Cannaday Jas A,* engr A & Y Ry, r 922 Carr 
Cannon C L, trav slmn Sinipison Shields Shoe Co, bds 

McAdoo House 
CAPE FEAR MANUFACTURING CO (INCOR 1895), 
O R Cox pres (Cedar Falls X C), W C Bain v- 
pres, J A Hodgin sec and treas, E L Armentrout 
supt, mfrs Building material 209-15 Lewis (see 
top lines) 
Carden J \^^* wks Cape Fear Co, r 317 E Washington 
Carmack Xannie Miss, domestic, r Proximity 

CAROLINA SHOE CO, S B NORRIS MGR, 302 S ELM 

Carpenter Frank W,* overseer Finishing Mill, r 529 N 

Greene 
CARR J MARVIN, MGR W CARR & CO, BDS WOOD 

House (see center lines) 
" Leon W, wks Crown Hosiery Mill, bds 230 Smith 
" Lula B (wid W C), bds 926" Carr 




O 

T 
&) 

O 

r* 

z 

■ 

o 



^ .^ 



> » ^ 3 

H £ ^"* » 

C o ^ O 

-^ eg? 

a 5 = 



.- en 



P ^ " <w 

O CD n» CT 
* s. n> S; 

^ C9 «<■ 

crq «» 



For the Best 
and Most 
Reliable 
Accident 
Insurance 
See 



J. H. Merritt 



He Represents tne 

/ETNA AND TRAVELERS 

Policies and Tickets Issued at 
tlie Greensboro Office, 

No. 4 Katz Building. 



■ CD ^ 



Will H. Matthews & Co, „jbTr1,'S,s 

J(?^ South Elm Street one Price. For Ca&h Only. 

"= 134 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

en ' 

. Carr Maio A ^Fiss, asst trcas (J P ('(»llef;e, lids same 

i2 <2 CARR OBED W* (0 W CARR & CO), RMS 233 1-2 S 

S la^ Eliu (sec center liiu^s) 

« e/S S^ CARR W & CO (0 W CARR), GENL INS AGTS, JAS 

^^ =* 5 ^^ ^''"'^' "'^'''' -■^•^* '^ ^''" '^*'^' center lines) 

CO 1= -J " Wm J,* forenin So Rv. r 2m Smith 

^ .£i 2 Carrawav Daisy F Miss, bds :i04 N Cedar 
•~ S J^ <' Lola \V JNIiss, bds 304 N Cedar 

^ >-»- 2 " Paul J Rev,* pres elder Winston dist, r 304 N Cedar 

03^^ " Wm, agt Singer Mfg Co, rms 90G Spring Garden 

Oarrieo Betsy (wid L E). r 213 S Davie 
Carrington J McD, siliipping elk Haj'iie-McCorkle Mfg 

Co, bds S Greene 
Carroll Ed W, trav slnm Hayne-McCorkle Dry Goods 
Co, bds S Greene 
" Thos B,* wks G'boro Purn Mfg Co, r 618(418) More- 
head ave 
" W Thos,* gro 600 S Ashe, r 617 same 
Oarson Jas T,* mchst Sergeant Mach Shop, r 234 E 
Market 
" Mary E Miss, bds 234 E Market 
Carter A G, elk S Pinishing Mill 
" Emma L Miss, wks Hncomnga Mills, r 871 S Elm 
" Julia Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

B. L. WIIMGATE I BICYCLES 

123 S Elm Street. ) and REPAIRS. 

■" M Gilbert, wks Huff & Overbey, bds 429 E Wash- 
ington 
" Nannie Miss, wks L Richardson Drug Co, rms 325 

Martin 
^' Preston V,* tyav slum, r 107^ AT Market 
" Rena Miss, wics Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Rosa H (Mrs P V), millinery 107 \Y Market, r 107-^ 

same 
" Thos W,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Cartland Henrietta H (wid H H), r 417 Asheboro 

CARTLAND H H (ESTATE), J E CARTLAND MGR, 

mer tailors 106 S Elm (see top and bottom mar: 
gins front and back cover) 

CARTLAND JAMES E,* MGR H H CARTLAND EST, 

r 417 Asheboro 

€3 C CARTLAND LEE H, WITH H H CARTLAND, BDS 

^^^ p 417 Asheboro 

*!! * !" '^ Case Edna L (Mrs E L), r S Ashe bey limits 

RANKIN, CHISHOLM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 

300 SOUTH ELM STREET. ■■■■- 



J ._, 



Cape Fear M'nf'g Co. 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Kough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



135 



H. H. CARTLAND 




106 SOUFH ELM 



n|ePGhant Tailop 



AND DEALER IN FINE CLOTHS, 
CASSIMERES AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS. 



The business which has been conducted by Mr. 
'Cartland for 20 years wili be continued by his estate. 
The same efficient employees will be retained to serve 
the public, and the reputation for reliability estab- 
lished by Mr. Cartland will be maintained. 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



Cash J T, wks S Finishiuj^ Mill, r Proximity 

" Mary A (wid Fiank). r '.V2i N (Jreene 
Cates Annie M Miss, wks Hucomuga Mills, r 210 W 
Whittington 

" Arthur, oik C M Vanstory & Co, bds 229 Mebane 

" John VV,* carp, r 229 Mebane 
Catlin Jno E,* ins adjuster, r 303 N Davie 

Cator Annie S (wid Wm) (Annie S Cator & Co), and 
matron BenboAv House, bds Benbow House 
" Annie S & Co (Annie S Cator, Annie B Henderson), 

millinery 112 S Elm 
" Mary Miss, bds Benbow House 
Caulkins Chas H, opr So Ry, bds 346 Asheboro 
Causey David F, grocer 520 E Washington, bds same 
" Ernest R, elk A & Y Ry, bds 327 N Elm 
" Esther H (wid Jno G), bds 312 N Greene 
" F Frank,* mech G'boro S & B Co, r Cedar 
" Glenn Miss, bds 327 N Elm 

■" Hattie M Miss, deputy elk U S Court, bds 327 N 
Elm 



> 

CO 

3 



!^ 



o 

00 
0) 

O 

c 

H 
Z 



H 

m 
m 






o . 



23 CD 

CD > 

W '^ 

r-- 

oocT 

CD 

p's 

CD 

-3 



CO 
C/3 



Pomona Terra Cotta Co 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 



SEWER PIPE, 
WEIL TOBiNG, 
DRAIN TILE. Etc. 



Fresh, Tender Meats. 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 



stalls 3, 5, 7, Gly Market. 



CO 
CtJ 



CA> ^ 
CD K 



o '^ 

O CO 'o 



CO cs 



136 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



CO 



oo e/3 



Ol. CO 



Causey Jas, wks Eagle Foundry Co 
" John F, mclist Sergeant Mfg Co 
" Jonathan \V,* carp, r (il8(4:18) Morehead ave 
" Jos L, steno J J Phoenix, bds 327 N Elm 
" Pinckney E,* elk J J Phoenix, r 312 N Greene 
" Robt A,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
" Rosa INIiss, wks S Finishing Mill 
" R M, with Come Ex^jt & Com Co, 251 Belle Meade av 
" R T,* engr G F Collins, r rear 805(505) Guilford ave 
" Thos F (Causev & Suits), bds 973 E Washington 
" W E, wks S Finishing Mill 

" & Suits (T F Causey, J Suits), grocers 9G5 E Wash- 
ington 

Central Lodging Hse, C L Paschall propr, 330^ S Elm 

Chaffin Loula Miss, bds 2086 E Market 
" S Thos, wks L N Isley, r same 

Chandler Augustus A,* mgr J S Cobb «fe Co, r 708 Guil- 
ford ave 
'' J Willis,* r 713(413) Guilford ave 
" Mary J Miss, bds 713(413)'Guilford ave 

Cheek Caroline T Miss, bds 100 S Greene 



Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 



:03Nr£3 58. 



" Hallie Miss, bds 2070(2070) East 

" Jno W,* carp, r 2070(2070) East 

" Thos L,* molder Eagle Fdry, r 927 Vance 

Childress Wm W, shoemkr Jno Orgali, bds 331 W Lee 

Childs Wm F,* letter carrier, r E Bragg 

CHISHOLM THOMAS U* PRES RANKIW, CHISHOLM, 

Stroud & Rees, r Ramseur N.C 
Chouris Saml, candy mfr 204 S Forbis, r same 
Chrisman Geo R, driver Fire Dept, bds 231 E Market 

" Jas R, grocer, bds 231 E ^Market 

" Jno R, grocer, bds 231 E Market 

" Mary A (wid Jno), r 231 E Market 

CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE PUB CO (INCOR), J F MILLER 
pres, L W Crawford sec iVt treas, proprs & pubrs 
N C Christian Advocate. 120 W Market 

Christmon Laura Miss, r Proximitv 

CITY NATIONAL BANK (THE) (INCOR), ORGANIZED 
1889, i-eorganized as national bank 1899, capital 
1100,000, J M Walker pres, S L Trogdon v-pres, 
R G Vaughn cashier, 119 S Elm (see front cover) 

Clafif Henrietta :Miss, seamstress H H Cartland, bds 
313 E Market 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plumbing 



SCIENTIFIC 
H BATING. 






HOTEL GLEGG 

W. F. CLEGG, Propr. 



IN C ONNEC TION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 



1899-1000 CITr DIRP:CT0RY. 137 

Clapp Agnes Miss, wks George Mfg Co, r Proximity ^\d^\. 

" Caleb A,* grocer 200 S Davie, r 213 E Market :. ^^ •^ 

" Carrie Miss, dressralvi', r Proximity 
" Clyde, elk W Ozment, r Proximity 
" Ella Miss, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
" Ernest, deputy elk Superior Court, bds 328 Gorrell 
" Etta Miss, wks H H Cartland's, rms 313 E Market 
" Frank, plasterer, bds 922 S Elm 

" Hattie B Miss, wks H H Cartland,rnis 313 E Market 5 

" L Bertha Miss, elk Harrv-Belk Bros Co, bds 700 S r 



0) 



Cedar < 



Mattie (wid Wm), r Proximity § 

Minnie Miss, wks George Mfg Co, r Proximity i 

Sallie C Miss, bds 217 N Cedar w h 

Saml,* lab, r 922 S Elm " ';: 

Scott, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity ;| > 

Wm A,* wks E C Bain, r 700 S Cedar ' ^ ' 



o 



H "0 

o > 






Clarida Henry P,* elk J C Olive, r 301 E Bragg ^ ^ 

" Mary L Miss, bds 30:^^ E Bragg P bh 

" W Franklin,* letter carriei'. r 840 E Bragg ^ 

^ 

WR RAIN Contractor and Builder ^ "fl 

I ill Ullllv 3021/2 SOUTH ELM STREET ^ ^^0 

J OS 

Clark Clarence I,* opr So Ry, r Bain ^'^ *"^ 
" E^ Lacy,* bkpr Cone Export & Com Co, bds 328 

Gorrell 
'' Jas, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Jno, wks Proximity Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Louis \V,* designer Cone Exp <fc Com Co, pres Hu- 

comuga Mills, bds 311 N Forbis 
" M Ann (wid Jno), r 415 E Market 
'• Neal,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

Clary Eugene, wks Morris & Co, bds 323 Lindsay ^ » Ct/jcco 

" Garland, wks Morris «S: Co, bds 323 Lindsay § A 5. c 3 ® 

" Grace K Miss, elk Morris & Co, bds 323 Lindsay 5S"^3'g g. 

" Jos W, elk Clarv & Stack, bds 323 Lindsay ?*;? t^a o ^ 

" Marv A Miss, elk Morris & Co, bds 323 Lindsay ^^ & I "^ o 

" ^V Jeff* (Clary & Stack), r 323 Lindsay c g * 5 || 

CLARY WINFIELD J* (MORRIS & CO), R 323 LIND- ^^i'lr^o 

say S^aSl; 

" & Stack (W J Clary, A H Stack), gen mdse, 110 W ^Is'S:'^ 

Market °'-^'^§S- 

Claxton Philander P,* prof N & I College, r 517 W ? ? | § s 

Market » § ^ * n 

Greensboro Steam Laundry 'Sllars 

m„o«, ♦« t»c, , DK 70 "^ and CUFFS 

IIMI3 West Market street. Phone 72. ourspeciauy. 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see l IQ 

SOUTH ELM ST. 



MURRAY RROS. 



Phone 163. 



138 MALONEY\S GREENSBORO 



CO 
■^ -rj 

CD -^ Clejrs Bvnuni, elk Hotel Clegjf, bds same 

Jj Jj - (V)niiie'E, r Hotel Clegg 

(U O '• Leonidas ].,* coiifi- o58 S Elm, bds Hotel Clegg 

" Sarah J {wid J H), r Hotel Clegg 
'• Thos D, trav slum, bds Hotel ('legg 

.s JjJ) CLEGG WM F (W F CLEGG & BRO), PROPR HOTEL 

X|\ ^B (Mcgu and iiifr cigars, r Hotel Clegg 

*^ Smi r\ pan \A/ t X, RRn /\a/ p x. 7 \a_ wwni 



O 



c 



O 



CLEGG W F & BRO (W F & Z V), WHOL PRODUCE 

'mm and com incrs 'M>i S p]lm 

-»^ CLEGG ZEB V (W F CLEGG & BRO), BDS HOTEL 
CO Clegg 



c 



Clemmons Jas L,* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Po- 
mona N C 

^ Clendenin Clarence C, with Benbow House, bds 825 

3 Pearson 

1 1 " Henry W.* elk So Ry, r 825 Pearson 

^^ " Jno B, yjrinter Daily Record, bds 825 Pearson 

'^— '' Leone M, student, bds 825 Pearson 

IB Cleveland Harver T,* bds 43a Walker ave 

^ Clifton Jas A,* chief elk A & Y Ry, r 802 Pearson 

Z CLINE C FRANK, BKPR CITY NATIONAL BANK, BDS 

3 433 W Market 

OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 



Clymer Jas M,* elk S S Brown, r 120 Buchanan 
"" Ludwic M,* propr Acme Mill Wks, r 700 S Elm 

Cobb Jas S* (J S Cobb ^: Co), v-pres Brooks Mfg Co, r 
337 N Elm 
" J S & Co (J S Cobb), leaf tob dlrs, 245 N Greene 

Coble Christopher H,* saloon 501 S Elm, r Julian P O 
" Donna F Miss, bds 1006 Spring Garden 
" Geo, condr So Ry, rms 301 S Elm 
" (irurley O, elk Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" H Flovd, elk L Richardson Drug Co, bds 104 Bain 
" Jno M* (C H Coble), r 501 S Elm 
" Mamie G (wid Millard), bds 230 S Ashe 
" Nora Miss, bds 100(3 Spring Garden 
" P Ro'bt,* fai-mer, i' 100() Spring Garden 
'■ Robt G, wks I* R Coble, r same 

COBLE THOS D* (J M HENDRIX & CO), R COUNTRY 
" Whitfield C,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
'• Wilbert O,* elk. r 400(500) S Edgeworth 

Coffin Cari-ie E Miss, elk R G Fortune & Co, bds 427 
Walker ave 
" Lucv C Miss, bds 364 S Ashe 



JNO. A. YOUNG 

PROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, bhacle and ... . 
Ornamental Treas 
ViNES AND PLANTS. 






MATTHEWS & HAMMER 



Will Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Acsident. 

302K South Elm Street. ^'^'^sn^llll.''''''''^ 

1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 139 o x w 4 



Coffin Tlios C, elk So Ry frt depot, bds 3G4 S Ashe 



524-32 South Ashe Street. GREENSBORO, N. C. 



" Jno W,* wks Criiilford Lbr Mfg Co, r 728 Julian 
Oombs Berniee Miss, with Cone Exp & Cora Co 
" Jas H,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
" Jessie Miss, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
" Nannie M Miss, steno S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
" Wm M, carrier Record, bds 207 Bessemer ave 
Conder Cora (wid J W), bds 856 S Elm 
Cone Archie P.* dispr So Ry, r 708 Walker ave 

J. H. COLEMAN 
Leading Gun ^Locksmith 



> 



COFFIN WM £,=*= FRT AGENT SO RY, R 364 S ASHE * 3 i 5 

Coggins Geo C,* gro 817 Bilbro al, r 102 ^Y Bragg 5 m rn 

COHEN JULIUS W, PRES MERCHANTS GROCERY CO S „ g g 

rnis K of P bldg 3 o ^ 

" Wm, porter S C Kerr, bds 134 S Gilmer _, z JJ^ * 

Coit Laura Miss, tchr N & I College, bds same ^. m > " 

Cole Chas C,* farmer, r Proximity 2- fs T g* 

" Jas H,* elk So Ry, r 40G E Lee" w = 2 ° 

" Jos A. wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity <» -o w ~ 

" J Pinckney, condr So Ry, bds 406 E Lee » c eta 

" Martha J Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity «"° E. ■^ 

" Wm K, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ~ -j _ o* 

" Wm M, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 3- c/J eo ^ 

COLEMAN JOHN H,* GUN & LOCKSMITH AND BICY- 1 1 -^ S 

cle repairing, 313 S Elm, r 316 E Market ^. » — 

<;!ollins Chas C* agent So Ex Co, rms E Washington Z?^ 31 

" Dayid H, elk M B Shiner, rms 614 Douglass ^ < ^ | ? 

" Saml N, painter, bds Asheboro bey limits * E:"* ta 

" Wm M, undertaker 120 S Dayie, r 117 E Sycamore ""=13 

" Wm M jr, elk Wm M Collins, bds 117 E Sycamore 2 °- 2- 

Coltrain J L, wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r 358 W Lee «« " » 

1^ CD =^ 2 

Ciiinapil liumbBP Manufacfuping Do. ^ Z 

CD 
CD 



00 



om I 

> c 

* — H » 

:<€=) 5 

• 00 5 



AIVB BICYCLE REPAIRER. '^^ 

313 South Elm Stieet _— 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



McElamroch Bpos. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Mantels, Grates, 
... Tiles ... 

TRY OUR 

"CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE." 

Fnrnlsli Tiles and JLay Tile Floors. Get their ICNtiniate. 

^ . 140 MALONEY'B GREENSBOKO 

Cone Oaesar, v-piest ('one Exp «& Com Co, r Conevilk 
" Caesar,* ])res Prox Mfg Co, r Summit ave bey limits 
" C N, elk Con(^ Exp «& ("oni Co, bds Summit ave 
" Clarence, with Cone Exp & Com Co, bds Summit 

ave bey limits 
" Ernest E, opr So Ry, bds 708 Walker ave 
" Export and Commission Co (incor), Moses H Cone 
pres, Caesar Cone v-pres, Reuben Lindheim secv 
& treas, 233 S Elm 
" Frederick W, elk Cone Exj) & Com Co, bds Summit 

ave bey limits 
'' Moses IT,* pres Cone Exp & Com Co, r NY 
Conwell Minnie Miss, r 216 Clinton 
Conyers Zeb A^ pres elk C E Holton, rms 301 S Elm 
Cook Jno,* dep sheriff, r Sprinj; Garden bey limits 
'' Myrtle Miss, r Spring Garden bey limits 
" Numa R, florist J Van Lindley Nursery Co, r Po- 
mona N C 
'' Wm A,* elk, T- Pomona N C 
CooiJer Georgia M Miss, bds 205 W Washington 
" I Myrtle I\I Miss, domestic I W Sharp, r same 

ALD E RMAN \ Photographeiv 

Qj ■-■^HW ^■■■THff-Bia ( ^^31,/ g^^.p MARKET STREET. 



rt 


o 


-^ 


O) 




CJ> 






^^ 


X2 


Q_ 


O 


3 


c/O 


■a 


a. 


■«s 


s 


ns) 


^g. 


a 


s= 


e— 




■■" 


»— 


C35 


O) 


ac 


?- 


> 


txJ 


"35 




•^ 


CO 


h- 


^ 


0. 


co 






"♦*• 


CB 


^-« 




3P 


o. 




ac 


E 


S' 


o 




LJJ 


L. 




QC 


Q. 







CO 



^^ '' Juanita W Miss, bds 205 W Washington 

SZm c " Nathan M Rev,* r Laura ave 

■■■" c\S '" Sarah J (Mrs Thos), bdg hse 205 W Washington, r 

Cr3 ^ same 

£/5 " Thos.* watchmn Hucomuga Mills, r 205 W Wash- 

rr^ |_" ington 

^ Q- Copeland Thos J,* trav slmn. r 303 W Washington 

^T"* ^ Corl Bertha Miss, bds 220 N Davie 

"■ Q " Chas L* (D W Corl & Son), r 210 Mebane 

X " Danl W* (D WCorl & Son), r 220 N Davie 

^^ ^ " D W & Son (D W Corl, C L Corl), blksmiths 215 E 
Ji,^^ vSvcamore 

f^ dg '' Sallie V Miss, bds 220 N Davie 

zj^jjT Cournow Jno T,* engr So Ry, r 330 E Bragg 

■•T" __ Cox Clifton E, slmn Jones i^- Cox, bds 1)17 Walker ave 

%fj ^ " Cora ]\liss, bds 411 W Lee 

2S ^ " Donald H | Jones & Co), bds 917 Walker ave 

f^m^ O " E Abijah,* fireman, r 200 N Elm 

Tipr DQ " Eugene, Avks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

Y^^ " Jeremiah S,* receiver P>ank of Guilford, sec and 
"— treas G'boro Furniture Mfg Co, r 411 W Lee 



|M Ha g^ II IMPURIERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

Haglie-MCCOrkle Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S. Elm Street. 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdoc House Buildingi 



TOILET ARflCLES, 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Soda an I Mineral Waters. 



1890-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 141 



(0 

o 



Oox Jesse, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
'' Jno,* wks Prox Mfj^- Co, r Proximity CC 

" Jno T,* wks city, r 213 E Gaston ' g* 

"■ Jos C* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity *i 

" Kate Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ** 

" Maggie L Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity t|| f^ 

" Wm C,* supt, r 641 Asheboro !• 13 HWi 

Cranford Amanda Miss, domestic W A Watson, r same r ? "J 

" Wm, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity < ^^ 

" Wm L (Ogburn & Cranford), bds S Greene g \W 

Craver R Dean, sign painter, bds 617 S Ashe % 

Crawford Dora Madam, r Jonesboro h 

" Fred M, student, bds 441 W Market ia 

'' Gordon, wks Geo Mfg Co > 

" Jno W,* elk Rankin, C, S & R, r 406 W Washington ** 

CRAWFORD LEONIDAS W,* EDITOR N C CHRISTIAN ? ^ 

Advocate, r 441 W :Market S* J 

CRAWFORD LEONIDAS W JR, TRAV REP N C CHRIS- -^ ^ flj 

tian Advocate, bds 441 W Market ? "^ 

" Nannie B (wid R H), bds 111 W 8vcamore ^ f 

CRAWFORD RICHARD M, BKPRN C CHRISTIAN t 

Advocate, bds 441 W Market d 



3 

30 






4 




TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 

103 W. HAftKET STREET. 

" Ruby ]k[iss, milliner Mrs L A Lunn, bds 224 W \^^ 

Market "^ 

'' Wm L, elk Fishblate Katz Co, bds S Greene 

" AVm T, wks S Finishing Mills, r rear 220 Schenck 
Crawley Chas K, wks Hucomuga Mill, bds 913 Ashe 
boro 

" Chas W,* carp, r 913 Asheboro 

" Walter, wks G'boro S & B Co, bds 913 Asheboro 3 

Creech A Byron,* trav slmn, r 605 McGee ^ 

" Chas L, student, bds 605 McGee P 3* H 

" May Miss, bds 605 McGee y 

Crews Jno W, elk G'boro Hdw Co, bds 416 N Greene 
Crismon Jno R (J R Crismon & Bro), bds 231 E Market ^ ^ 

'' J R & Bro (J R & Robt), grocers 112 W Market I D "11 

" Robt (J R Crismon & Bro), bds 231 E Market | ST. ^ 

Crocker Lizzie E (wid J T), r 614 Douglass § CD S* 

" Mary R (wid W J), rms 328 E Lee w O J 

Crowder Henry, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity p » Q) 

Crowell Walter C, elk Harry-Belk Bros Co, bds 201 N O • 

Davie 5 

K""-PENN Mutual Life "« 

See J. H. nERRITT, 4 Katz Building. 



■T 



o 



will H. Matthews & Co. cwTmT^s 

304 South Elm Street. FOR CASH ONLY. 

^ — ^ 

142 ]yiALOXEY'S rrKEKNSHOKO 





CO 




'C 




o 




O 




JT^ 


z 


CO 


o 

z 


o o 






o cc 


z 
1- 


Z^ 


>" 


^•^ 


q: 


CO E^ 


Ul 

> 
u 






O a> 




•^^ 




>5 w 




t- O 




OK 



CrutchHcld A Alhiij;li1/ ictiretl, r 321 ^V Lee 
" Al}j;vrnoii f^,* liirincr. r Proxiniit y 
" Chas F,* painter, i- 214 Huclianaii 
" Eiunia A Miss, hds 321 W Lee 
" (ieo P* (W F Fleiniiij;- & Co), r 50S Aslieboio 

CRUTCHFIELD HARDWARE CO, C P FRAZIER PRES, 

E I' Tarker seey & treas, 508 S Elm 
" Haltie J (Mrs C FJ, bdg lise 214 Biieliauan 
" Richard, elk J H Low, bds W Lee 
" R I»earl Miss, bds 321 W Lee 
" Wm G* agt So Ry, bds 327 E Market 
" Zebulon V, elk Cnitehfleld Hdw Co, r 208 Buchanan 
Cude Chas, elk Wakefield Hdw Co, rms same 
Cummings Carrie N Miss, wks Hunter Mfg & Com Co^ 
bds 326 W Lee 
" Horace G.* carp, r 405 W Bragg 
" Newton J,* r 326 W Lee 
" Wm H, wks Cape Fear Mfg Co, r 336 W Lee 
Cunningham Bettie A (wid J C), r 439 Church 
" Bros (C D Cunningham, J M Cunningham), coal & 
wood and dray line 345 S Davie 

B. L. WINGATEls™'^***™^^ AND 

123 South him Sirect. j__ ATTACHMENTSi 

" Chas D (Cunningham Bros), r 439 Church 

" J Harry, elk Cunningham Bros, bds 439 Church 

" J Milton (Cunningham Bros), ganger U tS Sizemore 
Whse, r 106 N Elm 

" J N,* rev service, bds 415 N Elm 

" Lucy A (wid Jesse), bds 121 S Ashe 
Currie Luther, bricklj'r, r Proximity 

" Mamie C Miss, librarian G F College, bds same 
Curtis Cammie P Miss, steno O C Wysong, bds 225 S 
Greene 

" Ella (Mrs J E), elk No Charge Co, r 508^ S Elm 

" Henry C, pressman Record, bds 106 S Greene 

" Herbert, wks C F Mfg Co, bds 231 Lewis 

" Jno,* wks Hodgin & Bain, r 519 Arlington 

" J A, elk F A Matthews 

" J C, mech Cape Fear JMfg Co 

" John E,* printer, r 508^ S Elm 

" Kate Miss, tdhr Kindergarten School, bds 220 E Lee- 

" Lou E Miss, bds 225 S Greene 

" Mary F (wid F N M), r 225 S Greene 

" Reuben L, elk, bds 225 S Greene 



RankJn, Chisholm, Stroud & Rees ■■ mens .. 

OUTFITTERS. 



300 South Elm Street. 






Cape Fear M'nfg Co. 

BUILDItSQ MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Rough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899 1000 CITY DIRECTOKY 



143. 



Curtis "W H, wks Cape Fear Mfg Co, r 227 Lewis 
Outchin Jno R,* trav slmn, r 249 N Edge worth 
" Mamie Miss, bds 249 N Ed'geworth 



ri>i 




Dailey'Lethia B Miss, bds 606 S Elm 
'' Will H,* gro 606 S Elm, r same 

DAILY RECORD (THE), REECE & ELAM EDITORS & 

proprietor's, 222-24 S Elm (see adv) 
Dalton Clias, wks S Finishing Mill 

" R Frank,* mfr, r 122 W Sycamore 
Daniel Garland, sporting goods 303 S Elm, rms 401 W 

Washington 
Danley Ava E Miss, bds 700 S Elm 
Darnell Saml, stno, bds 201 N Davie 
Darr Frank, printer J J Stone, bds S Elm 
Davis Annie L Miss, steno J S Jones, bds 1025 Spring 
Garden 
" Atlas S, wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona N C 
" Bertha iliss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 231 
W Bragg 

INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



0. W. GARB & GO. 



Callie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

C Arthur, wks Cape Fear Mfg Co, r 231 W Bragg 

Chris E, printer N C Christian Advocate, bds 106 

S Greene 
Clara A (wid Jas F), r 1025 Spring Garden 
David, plasterer, bds 220 Mebane 
Demaris T (wid C Z), r 231 W^ Bragg 
Geo A,* wks Hucomuga Mills, r 914 E Elm 
Geo H. lab, r Proximitv 

Jas H,* dep sheriff Guilford Co, r 423 W Bragg 
Jas M, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
John, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
J Raphael,* molder Sergeant Mfg Co, r rear 2093 

East, 
Kate Miss, bds 1025 Spring Garden 
Maggie M Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Mattie D Miss, wks Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 423 

W Bragg 
Robt G, bag mstr So Ry, bds 328 Gorrell 
Saml W, moldr Sergeant Mfg Co,bds 214 Buchanan 



X 



00 



< 
o -< 

H He 

X — -« 

m o "0 

S r^^ ^ 
^ CO 

IS =^. 

H O 

3 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 

General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs. 



Staple and Fancy Groceries. PHOENIX & AIKEN 

SPECIAL ATTENTION 



TO SELECT RETAIL TRADE. 



210 South Davie Street. 



a 

(A 

O 

o 



CO 
C^ 
UJ 

< 
LU 

a 

< 
< 



0) 

o 

E 
ui 



3 
O 
Ui 

IT) 

d 

I 

CO 
01 
CO 



144 



MALONEY'S UREENSBORO 



Davis tSai-ah C Aliss, wks Hunter Mfg «& Com Co, bds 
423 W Braj-K 

" Tlios,* wks Pi-ox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Wm T, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Dean Lillie Miss, domestic Mrs C C Gorrell, r same 

" Natlian H, car}) Empire S & I Co, rms over 504 S 
Elm 

" W D, trav slmn Hayne-McCorkle Dry Goods Co 
Deaton Robt H,* wks Prox iVIfg Co, r Proximity 
Deaver Martlia O (wid Ceo W), bdg lise 608 S Elm 
DeButts Daniel D,* trav slmn, r 438 Gorrell 

" Richard H, asst ticket agt So Ry, bds 438 Gorrell 

" Sarah E Miss, bds 438 Gorrell 
DeLancy Annie Miss, wks S Finishing Mill,r Proximity 

" Emma Y (wid AV P), r Proximity 

" Flora Miss, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity ^ 

" W Pinkney,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
DeLorme Jas E,* barkpr Benbow House Saloon, r 414 

jS' Greene 
Denning Sinnie Miss, elk D Bfndheim & Sons, bds 115 
W Market 



Greensboro Ice ^ Coal Co. 



X>JEZOX^Z3 SO. 



Denny Alice M Miss, elk S Finishing Mill, bds 416 N 
Greene 

" Emmett,* foreman So Ry, r 624 Arlington 

" Geo A, gardener, bds 640 Chestnut 

" Geo W,* grocer 111 E Market, r 640 N Chestnut 
'' Jno H,* bkpr Odell Hdw Co, r 455 E Whittington 
Dettmering Fred,* retired, r 219 Mebane 

" Mary Miss, bds 219 Mebane 

" Theresa Miss, bds 219 Mebane 
Devenish D G,* elk Cone Exp & Com Co, r 135 Smith 
Deviney I'earl INliss, bds 628 Arlington 

" Stiller E, lab, bds 628 Arlington 

" Wm O,* carp, r 628 Arlington 
DeWitt Chase, r rear 358 W Lee 

" J B,* tobacconist, bds 205 W Washington 

" Mattie Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co 

" Thos J,* r rear 358 W Lee 
Dexter C E,* P O inspector, bds McAdoo House 
Dick Annie W Miss, bds 218 N Elm 

" Charitv Miss, drssmkr Mrs M Mayo, r 215 E Market 
DICK GEORGE A,* V-PRES BROWN MER CO, R 218 
N Elm 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plumbing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



■H^ 



j:r _■- 



LEsil^ 



. F. GLEGG & BRO. Frui;:Trod«ce 



364-8 South Elm Street. 



J 

and Commission Merchants. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



145 



Dick J Alex,* carp, r 330 S Mendenhall 

" Julia G Mrs, bds 312 N Elm 

" Julius M* (Dick & Duffy), r 1013 Spring Garden 

" Lizzie Leigh Miss, bds 218 N Elm 

" Lucy M (Avid Jas W), bds 449 Church 

" Mary (wid R P), r 480 Church 

" Maud Miss, bds 1013 Spring Garden 

" & Duffy (J M Dick, L E Duffy), grocers 209 Spring 
Garden 
Dickerson Jas H, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" O Perry,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Rufus H,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Diffey Wm S, trv slum Odell Hdw Co, bds McAdoo Hse 
Dilworth Dora Miss, dressmkr 637 S Elm, bds same 

'' Mary Miss, dressmkr, bds 637 S Elm 
Dimock Mary M ]Mrs, bds 323 Asheb'oro 
Dix B F, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
Dixon Geo W,* carp, r 203 W Market 

" Nettie Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 321 
W Lee 

Wn RAIN Contractor and Builder 
I Ul Uri I Iv 3021^ SOUTH ELM STREET 

Doak Orella E (wid J S), r 220 W Washington 
Dodge Eleanor (wid W S), milliner J E Scott, bds Allen 
House 
" N H Mrs, milliner, bds Allen House 

DODSON JOHN A,* SUPT TRACKS, BRIDGES AND 

buildings So Ry, office Pass depot, bds Benbow 
^' Nora Miss, wks S Finishing Mill,bd s 320 N Greene 
" Silas C* cashr So Ry, r 327 E Market 
" Wm C,* condr A & Y Ry, bds 327 E Market 
Doggett Irvin E,* elk Lee Bros, r 2081 East 
Donnell Annie Miss, bds 318 E Washington 
"■ Chas A, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
'' Geo,* farmer, r 406 W Gaston 
" Geo L, condr A & Y Ry, bds 318 E Washington 
" Harry S, elk Rankin, C, S & R, bds 318 E Wash- 
ington 
^' Henrv, carp, bds 107 E Gaston 
" Jas R,* broker, j- 330 Gorrell 
" Susan (wid John), r 318 E Washington 
" Wm, carp, r Proximity 
Dorsett Chas H* (Johnson & Dorsett), r 306 E Wash- 
ington 




H 
C 






fi) 



5'? S. 
'^'^ ft 



c 3 <» 



» ? 



I a o 



a o 
?-§ 



g'^i' 



5-^ 



5 to v> 



7<^ 



" o 2. 
eg » 



GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 



FINEST WORK IN THE CITY. 



III-II3 West Market Street. 



PHONE 72. 



r 




< 

S 



MIIHRAY RRDS' i'"^^'^^^^-- 

If I V 111 111 I IrllWwl Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 

113 SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. W Glass and Steam Boiler.. 

TiB MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

^ ^ Doswell Henry B,* wks So Ry, r Warnersville 

Cd ^ Doub Laura G Miss, music tchr 664 Cliestnut, bds same 

3C Qg " Susan D (wid Wm C), r 664 Chestnut 

CO ■■ « Douf-las J ]\Iadeleine INIiss, bds 519 Aslieboro 

1= 5 I DOUGLAS ROBERT D (ADAMS & DOUGLAS), BDS 51 9 

O « Asheboro 

i#-* Z ^ " Robt M,* judge Supreme Court, r 519 Aslieboro 

^ ^ c " Stephen A, student, bds 519 Asheboro 

CO I" *° Dowd Etta (wid James), wlis Hunter Mfg & Com Co, 

.— 1-5 r 856 S Elm 

C ^ 3 " Ella Mrs., with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, 856 S Elm 

^ ^ H Driver W A, wks S Finishing Mill, r So Ry nr Laura av 

Dudley Clias ^V^ asst supt Life Ins Co of Va, bds 613 

W Gaston 
Duffy Edw, florist, bds 517 N Greene 
" Jas,* florist 217 S Elm, r 517 N Greene 
" Lalyce Miss, bds 1010 Spring Garden 
" Lawrence E* (Dick & Dufty), r 1010 Spring Garden 
" Lawrence J, with Jas Duffy, bds 517 N Greene 
" Lucy T Miss, steno Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 517 N 
Greene 

OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 

Duke A L. wks G'boro Furu Mfg Co, r 110 Lewis 
Duniont Bernard,* cook Hotel Clegg, bds same 
Duncan T W. elk J H West, r Spring Garden bey lim 
Dunham Geo,* bkpr G'boro S & B Co, r Spring Garden 

bey limits 
Dunn Andrew J,* rms 359 Ashe 
Dunnaway Jas W,* opr So Ry, bds 340 Asheboro 
Dupuy Geo,* bkpr Merchants Gro Co, bds 113 Sum- 
mit ave 
Durham W D, w^ks S Finishing Mill 



Eiagle Co, W J Teague mgr, mfrs roller & clearer cover- 
ers, cotton mfrs. 118 Lewis 

EAGLE FOUNDRY CO, INCOR. W J TEAGUE PREST, 
C W I'etty sec & treas, E W Teague supt, mfrs 
cook and heating stoyes, 118 Lewis 

Earnheart Ida Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

' " J Pinkney,* farmer, r Proximity 
" Walter, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 





1 

TWO MILES EAST CITY. PHONE 43 



urserymen 




& Hammer 



GENERAL 

Ins urance Age nts 

ZO-lyi SOUTH ELM STREET. ^^iesReprSeS?.' 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 147 2 E 55 Zj 

Easley Eliza Miss, dressmkr 618 E Market, r same ° ^ H o 

" Henry G, student, r 821 N Greene ^ ~< E ^ 

" Price,* elk Int Rev Dept, r 618 E Market 

" Price,* carp, r 321 N Greene 

'* Susan Miss, seamstress, bds 618 E Market 
East Whitfield B,* elk So Rj, r 113 S Aslie 
Eatman p] C, wks S Finishing Mill 

" Llojd, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
Eckel Alex P, J P 114 E Sycamore, r 338 S Davie 
Edgerton M Thos,* rest & confr, 110 S Elm, r same 
Edmondson Matthew H, wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r 
Pomona N C 

" P W,* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona N C 

" Ruf us W, tel opr Pomona, r same 
Edwards Addie (Mrs C M), r 427 N Greene 

" Allie, wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Pomona N G 

" Aslilev D, wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Pomona 
NC 

" David A,* mer, r Pomona N C 

" Giles X, wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona N C 

" Jas D,* farmer, r 622 Keogh 

GuilfDPd Iiumben Manufacturing Do. 

524-32 South Ashe Street. GREENSBORO, N. C. 

" Jas T,* wks Empire S & I Co, r 841 S Elm 

'' Lee,* w^ks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Pomona N G 

" Mattie Miss, wks Geo Mfg Co, r Keogh 

"■ Nestor N, atdt Keeley Inst, bds same 

" R O,* mgr Railroad Eating Hse, r same 

" Robt W, farmer, r Pomona N C 

" Roxie C Miss, bds 328 W Lee 

" Thos A.* farmer, r 328 W Lee 

" Williamson M,* farmer, r Pomona N G 
Efland W N, w^ks Empire S & I Co 
Elam Claude M, elk Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 117 S q 



z 


\Ji 


30 O 


m 


o 


= 9 


c 


o 


,^^ 


3' 


z 
H 
m 

z 


rn ^ 

> - 


"*' 


H 


- 3 


sr 




a 


P 


■■ 


as S- 


a> 


-D 


£J.= 


P 


c 


C (O 


O 

CD 


(O 




o 


~ o 


CO 


-5 


bacco 
Leaf, 


zr 


C/3 




o 


"" 


TT 


p 






Tl 


If) 


-n'« 


P 




=■ "^ 


< 


^ 


» 7, 


O 




- p 


-1 


— 


s"^ 




•a 


_. pa 




CD 
P 
CA 






CD 






• C/> 






^ 






e» 






o 






i^> 



—^ 3 
O 



c 

Forbis S ^^ « 

ELAM HARPER J* (REECE & ELAM), R 117 S FOR- J ^ h 

bis 2 — H n 

Eldridge Frank S,* r 605 W Market -< gmmm^ g 

" Frank W, slmn J W Scott & Co, bds 605 W Market ; ~~ ^ 

" Hattie Miss, tchr Asheboro St School, r 605 W Mar- ', ^^ -< 

ket ^» 
" Irving, elk J W Scott & Co, bds 605 W Market 
" Pearl Miss, bds 605 W Market 
" Ruby S Miss, bds 605 W Market 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

H6 W. Market St. 



ALL KWDS ^f^ 

Feed and 
.. . Seed Products. 



McCLAMROCH BROS. 11 ""fr+'iir" 

<3-Ti.uis3\rs:Eion.o«, 3>a-. o. 
'"The Cahill Special Crate" is the Best Made. See it. 

a- «.' 148 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

w ec Zs^ __ 

!^ O f— Eller Bessie Miss, steno Berger-Wood Tob Co, bds 234 



O 



"SSI Belle Meade ave 



2 ^ r5 « Carrie Miss, steno Odell Hdw Co, bds 234 Belle 

a 2 "^ Meade ave 

o ,, -^ " Will H,* bkpr J B Wright, r 234 Belle Meade ave 

^ < °C Ellett Franois M jr,* elk Cone Exp & Com Co, r 317 N 

Q n_ Forbis 

& o 



ELLINGTON NEIU* PRES GREENSBORO NATIONAL 

O a O Bank, pres S Finishing & W H Co, r 505 W 

^ GO 

J < 



^ GO ^"^ Market 



i^ 



c^ 



" Wm H,* nier, r 236 N Edgeworth 
Elliott Ada Miss, elk Sample Brown's, r 515 E Bragg 
" Isabella (wid S D), bds 515 E Bragg 
" Jos O, wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r 337 N Lee 
" Julia Miss, dressinkr, bds 515 E Bragg 
'' Leonora Miss, dressinkr,bd s 515 E Bragg 
' L Thos,* wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, bds 337 W Lee 
'' Martha Miss, dressmkr 515 E Bragg, r same 
" Nellie D (wid J H), music tclir 1010 Spring Garden, 

r same 
" W Robt,* carp, r 515 E Bragg 

ALDERMAN 1 Phot^apher. 

'■■^^ ^ ■■ ■■■■"■■■ ( j^jgi^ E\ST MARKET STREET. 

Ellis A A,* elk Cone Exp & Com Co, r 214 Buchanan 
" Lillie V (Mrs S R), bdg hse 201 N Davie 
" Solomon R,* trav slnin, r 201 N Davie 
Emerson Edw E, trav slmn, bds Wood House 
Empire Steel and Iron Co (The), incor March 1899, Jos 
Peckitt (Oatasauqua Pa) pres, W^ Kennedy 
(Pittsburg Pa) v-pres, W L Sims (N Y) genl mgr 
S N N'oible supt. Proximity 
England Jas E,* mchst N & I College, r Spring Garden 

bey limits 
" Sarah E (wid Jas), r 324 N Greene 
" Wm C, wks J S Coto'b & Co, bds 324 N Greene 
Engle Chas,* asst yd mstr So Ry, bds 433 Arlington 
Epes Eugene E,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
Epperson Mary J (wid J M), bds 413 Asheboro 
Ervin Essie (wid G S), r 122 Boon 
Erwin R Albert (Tucker & Erwin) 
Evans David,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Jennie Miss, seamstress, r Jacksonville 
Everett Augustine Mrs, bds 856 S Elm 

IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 



Hague-McGorkle 



Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S Elm Street. 



iffriff-Vf air - III ■ ' ^_*._j. — -v r tirJT ■•■ , ■,> / ; »— ^_ 



C.E.HOLTON 

McAdOO House BuilHing rmini^ 



Prescription 
Work 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



149 



Fagan Gertrude C Miss, wks G'boro Stm Ldry, bds 300 

N Greene 
" Roxanna (wid T K), r 300 N Greene 
Faison Frank J, elk N J McDuffle & Co, bds 822 Spring 
Garden 
*' L PoYdrus, student, bds 822 Spring Garden 
Fariss Annie G (wid Jos B), r 214 W Washington 
FARISS JOHN B, PROPR FARISS PHARMACY, BDS 

214 W Wasliiugton 

FARISS PHARMACY, JNO B FARISS PROPR, 121 S 

Elm (see center lines) 
Farlow Jos, carp, r Proximity 
Farmers Warehouse, J II Whitt & Co propr, 241-43 N 

Greene 
Farrar :Mai-tha I) (wid ^^' li), r 424 Church 
FARRAR M ROYAL (W B FARRAR'S SON), BDS 424 

FARRAR'S SON W B (M R FARRAR), JEWELER AND 

optician 102 S Main (see front cover) 



TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 



103 W. riARKET STREET. 



Faulconer Henr}',* dispr So R3', r 401 Asheboro 
Feimster Early A, elk S A Kerr, bds 208 E Market 
Fentress Albion M, cook McAdoo House, r same 

" H R, wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, r 231 Lewis 

" Julius, wks Tatum & Taylor, bds 231 Lewis 

" Ross, wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, bds 231 Lewis 

" Stewart, carp, bds 231 Lewis 
Ferbrache Ghas S, printer Patriot, bds 122 N Davie 
Fergeson Jno E,* gro 117 S Davie, r 206 Buchanan 
Ferguson A C, wks S Finishing Mill 
Ferrell W L,*mgr American Tob Co, r 601 Morehead av 
Fields Chas,* elk G W Denny, r 648 N Chestnut 

" Chas, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Chas,* grocer, r 668 Chestnut 

" Frank M,* farmer, r 358 W Lee 

" Geo L,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Jos E,* carp, r 839 Bellevue 

" Julian,* engr G'boro S & B W^ks, r Spring Garden 
bey limits 

" Laura P (wid J B), r 210 W Washington 



C^r% 



< 

m 
73 

z 
o 

z 

y 

> 




^ .^ 



00 J 



C o ^ O 

o 
O i 

• •* 

> 



s is 

- g S3 

P ^^ ^ 

.» •B' ^ m^ 



For the Best 
and Most 
Reliable 
Accident 
Insurance 
See 



J. H, Merritt 



He Represents me 

iETNA AND TRAVELERS 

Policies and Tickets Issued at 
the Greensboro OfQee. 

No. 4- Katz Building. 



Will H. Mattliews & Co. „,BSes 

304 South Elm Street. one Price. For Cash Only. 



-a 






ss: 






es 






</i 




</> 


CD 




H- 


^ 




3B 


ce 


CO 


MJ 


CJ 


CUD 


9E 




<= 


^ 


«^ 


^~ 


■^ 




CTl 


^ 


lid 


:= 


>- 


'S 


^ 


C/> 


b_ 


La- 


!^E 


13 




■■■ 


Ub. 


os 






CO 


ee 


■— 


=3 


o 


eu3 


^ 


-^ 


^s 




</> 


^^ 






^MS 




ea 


K_ 






eu 






^ 






LLJ 







150 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

Fields Will A,* r 447 Arlington 
" Will L, student, bds 447 Arlington 
" Wm P, elk Odell Hdw Co, bds 328 Gorrell 
Finlator Ethel T Miss, bds 1010 Spring Garden 
Fishblate E R (Fishblate-Katz Co)' bds Summit ave 
" Katz Co, incor, A C Weil pres, R Weil secy & treas, 
R J Katz mgr, 300-08 S Elm 
Fisher B J,* propr Benbow House, r Washington D O 
Fitzgerald 1) B, agt Life Ins Co of Va, bds Monroe Hse 
" Jno, ins agt, bds Monroe House 
" J P, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
" Robt H, wks Finishing Mill, bds 110 Lewis 
Fitzmaurice Jno R,* civil engr, r 421 Arlington 
Fleming Ava L Miss, tchr G F College, bds same 
" Cora G Miss, bds 433 Arlington 
'' Fletcher, meat mkt, bds 433 Arlington 
" Jane (wid Jno), bds 433 Arlington 
" Robt A,* retired, r 433 xirlington 
" Walter C, bk])r Anserican Tob Co, r 433 Arlington 
" Wm F (W F Fleming & Co), bds 433 Arlington 
" W F & Co (W F Fleming, G P Crutchfleld), 418 
Asheboro 



i B. L. wm GATE (BICYCLES 

- 123 S Elm Street. ) and REPAIRS. 

C 

^ Flint Albert M, painter, bds 351 W Bragg 

n " Chas, ]»ainter, r Proximity 

" Frank, painter, r Proximity 
^ Floyd Ida M (wid Thos), dressmkr, r 815 Walker ave 

- Fluharty Wm J,* bkpr Prox Mfg Co, r 224 Summit ave 

CFogleman Annie E Miss, domestic M Schiffman, r same 
" Chas J, grocer 901 E Market, r same 
(0 " Edw W, wks Sergeant Mfg Co, r 442 E Washington 

,« " Jas H,* carp, r 836 S Elm 

^ " Lula Miss, bds 916 Bellevue 

V Fonda Jno L,* trav slum, r 313 N Forbis 

FORBIS CHARLES 0, FURNITURE 118-20 E MAR- 

ket, bds 311 Asheboro 

n " Jas W,* propr G'boro Mer Coll Co, stall No 1 City 

^ Mkt, r 243 N Edgeworth 

Sj " Mi\i'\ ]Miss, bds 311 Asheboro 

C3 L FORBIS WM NEY, COLLR CITY NATIONAL BANK, 

^^pai Q bds 311 Asheboro 

JJ" ^ " W R,* undertaker 118-20 E Market, y 311 Asheboro 

RANKIN, CHISHOLM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 

300 SOUTH ELM STREET. '■■- 



Cape Fear M'nf'g Co. 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Kough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTOKY. 



151 



Fordham A Eugene* (A E Pordham & Co), bds 322 W 
Gaston 
" A E & Co (A E Fordham, W B Young), grocers 102 

N Elm 

FORDHAM CHRISTOPHER C* (GRISSOM & FORD- 

liam), 1" 415(714) Mcx^doo ave 
Forney Edd J,* tchr N & 1 College, r Spring Garden 

bey limits 
Forsythe^Alex C, elk J J Phoenix, bds 403 W Market 
" Jno,^ ]ngr Phoenix Farm, r 1 mile e limits 
" Lizzie Miss, wks Geo Mfg Co 
Fort Melville V Miss, tehr N & I College, bds 1027 

Spring Garden 
Fortune Robt G (R G Fortune & Co), bds W Wash- 
ington 
" R G & Co (R G Fortune, M Schiffman), dry goods, 
etc, 328 S Elm 
Foster G S, wks S Finishing Mill 
Fountain Jas I,* engr A & Y Ry, r 415 W Bragg 
Foushee J Giles,* auditor Durham & Charlotte R R, r 
202 W Sycamore 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



" M Louise Miss, bds 202 W Sycamore 
Foust Maria H Miss, bds 422 Arlington 

" Peter K, fireman So Ry, bds 328 Gorrell 
Fowler America F (wid W L), bds 358 S Ashe 

" J Grasty, tailor H H Cortland, bds 358 S Ashe 

" Nellie V Miss seamstress H H Cortland, bds 358 
Ashe 

" Rufus,* carp G T Glascock & Son, r E Washington 
Fox Mary E Miss, wks Hucomuga Mill, r 301 E Bragg 

" Michael, foremn Empire S »& I Co 

'^' Rankin G, wks Glenn Mfg Co, bds 301 E Bragg 
Frasier T Gregory, elk Odell Hdw Co, bds 328 Gorrell 

FRASIER WM, OPTICIAN M R FARRAR, R SAIVIE 
FRASIER WM G, OPTICIAN W B FARRAR'S SON, BDS 

134 Church 

FRAZIER CYRUS P,* REAL ESTATE 508 S ELM, 

pres Crutchfleld Hdw Co, r 313 W Washington 

" Judith A (wid Joseph), r Spring Garden bey limits 

" W L,* supt Green Hill Cemetery, r 703 Edgeworth 

Freeman Ada Miss, wks Hucomuga Mills, r 201 Whit- 

tington 





H 
o 



CD > 
m <^ 

r*- 

coo 

CO 
C3_ p 

p' S 
CD 



C/3 



Pomona Terra Cotta Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 



SEWER 
WEIL 



PIPE, 
TOBING, 



DRAIN TILE. Etc. 



Fresh, Tender Meats. 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 

stalls 3, 5, 7, CI y Market. 







K 


C/3 


^ 


tM 


O? 


CO 






CD 




«— 


;_ii_ 




cc 


J— 


s 


T3 


a: 




c::: 


>! 


X3 


CO 


O 


O 




*o 


o 


CO 


CM 


5: 


CD 


■C3 


cn 






^^ 


CCS CS 




sc 







152 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

Freeman Henry,* wks CVhoro S «& B Wks, r country 

" Jas F,* wks Guilford Mfg Co 

" Jno, driver S G Blaylock 

" Michael A,* with G'boro Stm Ldry, r 604 E Market 

" S Gaston,* r 201 W Whittington 
Fries Wm A,* contr, r Proximity 
Fruit Harry, wks W O Beasley, r Asheboro rd bey lim 

" Jno,* carp, r Randolph ave bey limits 
Fry Geo. F,* r 707 Bilbro al 

" Georgia Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 707 
Bilbro 

" H Lewis,* asst chief eng A & Y Ry, r 428 Arlington 

" Jno, wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, r 7*^07 Bilbro al 

" J Walker,* genl mgr A & Y Ry, r 340 N Elm 

" Luther M,* mchst Brooks Mfg Co, r 427 W Lee 

" Mary C (wid Jno), bds 340 N Elm 

" Mary W Miss, bds 428 Arlington 
Fulford Emma Miss, bds 406 Church 
Fuller Chas T, tinner J W Wharton, bds S Greene 
Fulton Albert, lab, bds 401 E Market 









be 




CO 


—^ 




^^" 


CO 


CO 


^x 



Greensboro Ice $: Coal Co. 



Gainey Jane T Miss, steno Wharton & McA, bds 304 N 
Cedar 

Gales Cameron,* supt So Ry, r 320 Gorrell 
" Frank G,* wks S Finishing Mill, r 605 S Spring 
" Thos C,* acct J A Dodson's, r 320 Gorrell 

Gallahan Jno, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 

Gamble Andrew M, elk J Barker, bds 108 N Davie 
" Chas W, elk J M Hendrix & Co, bds 416 N Greene 
" Lizzie Miss, wks Geo Mfg Co, r E Market 

" Robt O,* tobacco, r 416 N Greene 
Game W^m J,* carp, bds 881 S Cedar 
Gannon Annie Miss, wks S Finishing Mill 
" Lizzie Miss, wks S Finishing Mill, r 109^ E Market 
" Margaret Miss, tchr Lindsay St School, bds 301 W 
Washington 
Gardner Franklin B,* bkpr Cone Exp & Com Co, r 515 
W Gaston 



CO 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plflmbing 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



.^ 



OTEL GLEG6 

W. F. CLEGG, Propr. 



IN C ONNEC TION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 






1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 153- 

GARDNER HOWARD,* DRUGGIST 100 S ELM, R 213 

E Lee ^^-^ 

Garner Maggie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ^5*3^^ 

" Sarah Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ▼ 1^^ 

Garrett Chas, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity * 

" Elizabeth O (wid Francis), bds 209 N Cedar 

" Ellen L Miss, bds 218 E Washington 

" Ernest W, barber, bds 427 Walker ave 

" Frank,* carp, r Proximity » 

" Geo A* (J F Watson & Co), r Julian N C r 

" H A, collr Odell Hdw Co, bds Asheboro < 



Jno M,*molder Sergeant Mfg Co, r 1059 College ave t: 

W Ernest, barber J H Rhodes c 



en 

o 



2 - 
> 







Garsed Edw T, wks S Finishing Mill, r 218 E Market g -_^ 

Garves Henry A,* farmer, r Pomona N C w -^ 

Gatlin Edw,* printer, r 503 N Edgeworth S 

" Wm E,* printer C F Thomas, r 503 N Edgeworth 
Gaulden Geo S* (G S Ganlden & Co), r 221 Lindsay g 

" G S & Co (G S Gaulden, G P Skinner), harness 217 o J 
S Elm 3 
Gav Frank, wks S Finishing ]Mill 
__r [ ^ . ■ ^ 

Wn RAIM Contractor and Builder [ 3Q 
I Ul Ufllll 3023.^ SOUTH ELM STREET C ^^^ 

" Jno y,-^ wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity ^\ W"^ 

Gayle Wm T,* elk Cone Exp & Com Co), r 208 W Syca- g [^ JJ^ 

more 
Gentry Jas C,* chief elk So Ry, r 435 W Gaston 
George Manufacturing Co, S 1) Stone pres, W E Stone 
sec3^ tfc treas, J D Owen supt, nifrs cotton hose. 
Proximity 
Gilbert J P, trav slmn, bds McAdoo House 

Louise E Mrs, lady prin Bennett College, r same 



o > 



fi) 

" Otto J Rev, tchr Bennett College, r same ^ fncco 

Gill Walter M, elk Proximity Store, bds 312 Summit av i" ^ !§ * f 

Gilley Wm T,* wks Proximitv Mfg Co, r Proximity pI'S'SLSt" 

Gilliland Jas H,* condtr So Rv, r 334 Gorrell S^';? Si * " 

GILMER AUGUSTUS L (J M HENDRIX & CO), R Mc- ^tS^^S' 

LeansvilleNC gog3| = 

" Bernard G, elk A & Y Rv, bds 414 N Elm Fg.Jf^ * 

" Ellison L, elk Cone Exp & Com Ck), r 312 N Elm e-3 fs' 

" Emma Miss, wks Prox Mill, r Proximity 5;^ara.q' 

" Jno A, atty, bds 312 N Elm « 5:S.|o 

GILMER J HENRY,* SHERIFF GUILFORD CO, R Mc- ffl%l 

Leansville "Z^o ^"^ 

Greensboro Steam Laundry '"coSrs 

111-113 West Market Street. Phone 72. our "pEcTAuf.^ 



"^ 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see I IQ 

SOUTH ELM ST, 



MURRAY BROS. 



Phone 163. 



J2 '^^4 MALONEY'S G^REBNSBORO 



(D yr Gilmer Mary Mrs, r Proximitv 

4-^2 " 0^'^ ^^^^> bds 414 N Elm 

(go " Pearl Madam, r 20S6 E Market 



1^^ "cRobt A,* jienl mgr Farmers Whse, r 512 Aslieboro 

\^ " Sallie (wld J A), r 312 N Elm 

hi 

SI 



Sallie (wid J A), r 312 N Elm 
XI) Gilmore Wm, bricklyr, rms 330^ S Elm 
Xn -. Glascock G T* (G T Glascock & Son), r G34 Aslieboro 

^^^ *- " G T & Son (G T & T A), founders & mchsts 212-14 

Lewis 



O C 

o = 



" Lucius L, wks G T Glascock & Son. bds 634 Aslie- 
boro 
'' Nellie Miss, bds 634 Asbeboro 
" Ruby R Miss, bds 634 Asheboro 
" Thos A (G T Glascock & Son), bds 634 Asheboro 
" Wm F, student, bds 634 Aslieboro 
■ Glass Clias," farmer, r Swannanoa bey limits 

_ " Henry 1, bkpr J S Cobb & Co. rms same 

"■ Jno, elk J Fogleman, r same 
Glazebrook M Ambrose, trav slmn, bds Benbow House 
Glenn Annie S (wid Chalmers), bds 500 Arlington 

F^ariss Rharmaoy* 

OPP B ENBOW HOUSE. 

GLENM JAMES D,* PRES G'BORO WATER SUPPLY 

rV), law agent So Ry 11 S W Market, r 500 Ar- 
H lington 

ui "J Walter, elk J PI VS'hitt & Co, bds Planter's Hotel 

* " Leland E," insp So Rv. r 90S Asheboro 

w " Lucv McG Miss, bds 517 ^V Market 

S " Mabel Miss, bds 1043 W ^larket 

^ " Robt E.* wks Buffalo Dairy, r same 

GLEMM ROBERT G (BOYD, WADDELL & CO), BDS 



H 517 ^V Market 

o GLEMN TYRE,* POSTMASTER, R 1043 W MARKET 

« Godfrey Chas G. elk, bds 628 S Ashe 

? " D L, rest 350 S Elm, r 628 S Ashe 

g " Octavius C, wks Cape Fear Mfg Co, r 327 W Lewis 

« " Wm A,* carp, r 628 S Ashe 

Godwin Geo W,* insp So Ry, r 115 E McCuUoch 
" Georgia A Miss, wks Hucomuga Mill, bds 115 E 

McCulloch 
" Jos H, student, bds 115 E McCulloch 
Goins Martha A (wid Jesse), r 924 S Elm 
" Mattie J Miss, bds 924 S Elm 



JNO. A. 



PROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, 5hacie and .... 
Ornamental Trees 

ViNES AND PLANTS. 



MATTHEWS & HAMMER 



Will Secure you i 

loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident, 

302K South Elm Street. %Ur1nsuri2cl^'^'='"^ 



</5 H 

O O 
O > 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 155 

Goldberg Benj, elk B Stadeim & Son, rms S Elm 

Golden Eugene D* (E D Golden & Bro), r 520 N Edge- so H o 

wortij I ;^ S = 

" E D & Bro (E D & W R), wall paper, 103 E Market m '=" S 

" Henry,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity - o ^ ^ 

" Jack,* painter, r 503 N Edgeworth " -H 5 S * 

" Lou A (Mrs A J), with E D Golden & Bro, r 503 N ^ ^ > ^ 

Edgeworth E 5 T^ 

" Saml J,* painter, r 436 N Greene =■ "J S 

" Saml J,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity ^ -o ? =■ 

" Walter, painter, bds 503 N Edgeworth » ^ eta 

" Wm, wks S Finishing xMill S"° ?. H 

" Wm R* (E D Golden & Bro), r 520 N Edgeworth = ^ = 

Gooch T Eugene, fireman So Ry, bds 328 (jorrell =r c/3 co ^ 

Goodman Jos,* wks Empire S & I Co, r Proximity =" 1 -^ o 

Goolsby Elbert :M,* bkpr Hucomuga Mills, r 114 W ~ ^ w _. 

Sycamore — ;a Z? ** 

'' Mary L Miss, bds 114 W Sycamore < ^ =' ? 

Gorrell Carrie L (wid Frank X), milliner Mrs LA ° E: " m I 

Lunn, bds 218 S Ashe * -a ? 3 ' 

" Catherine C (wid Frank), r lOOi W Market • a a. = 

GuTlf 01^ bumbeirMan^ Co. p i | 

«524-32 South Ashe street. GREENSBORO, N. C. . ^ 

" Charlotte J Miss, bds 214 W "WasMngto^n | 

" J Frank, student, bds 218 S Ashe a 

" Minnie H Miss, bds 218 S Ashe 

" Robt P,* saloon 341 S Elm, r 400 S Mendenhall — , 

Goswick Henry W, wks B L Wingate, r 324 N Greene ^^3 
Gove Anna M, phys N & I College, r Spring Garden 

nr limits 
Gradv Jas M,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Wm C, wtchmn Sergeant Mfg Co, bds 618(418) . ——I 

Morehead aye • ^^1^1 2 



Grahau! Jno B,* tkt agt So Ry, r 358 S Ashe ' |»|»| z 

Grant Roger,* tray slmn, bds 220 ^V Washington q ^.-^^ ^^ 

•Grantham Walter A,* wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, r 881 s -"^^ >^ 

S Cedar -u ^^^^ 5 

Grasty Jerry,* wks U S bldg > c 

Graves W Ardenia Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ^ ■'" I ' 

" Zillah A Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ' ^ €^ o 

Gray Ada W Miss, bds 341 N Greene 

" Clara (wid I S), r 916 Walker aye 

" Howard S, elk J E Gray, bds 916 Walker aye 

'" J Edward, gro 911 Walker aye, r 916 same 

" Percy R, rms 225^ S Elm GTS 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING ... 
MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



r 



mcElamroch Bros, "'^rlies' !'" 

TRY OUR 

GREENSBORO, N. C. "CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE.' 

Fnrnisli Tiles and I^ay Tile Floors. Get their Kntitnate. 

C5 . 156 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

'E . ^ (U-ay R A,* tiav slum, bds 415 N Elm 

Grayson TeliMia (wid C'has), d^yer 104 S Davie, r same 
Green Cora Miss, bds 2086 E Market 
" Hill Cemetery, ^A^ L Frazier supt, Greene bey Keogh 
" Lizzie Miss, with Eagle Fdry Co, r 231 Lewis 
'' Lizzie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Marv Miss, rms 822 Gorrell 

GREENSBORO BOOK STORE, M E (MRS S A) HOW- 

ard i)r()prss, 11<> S Elm (see adv) 
'' Brick & Tiling Co. inoor, Thos Woodroffe pres & 

nigr, office .301 Walker av.wks 005 Spring Gardn 
GREENSBORO EVENING TELEGRAM (THE), R M 

Phillips editor and lessee, 313 S Elm (see adv) 
" Female College, Dred Peacock pres, 817 W Market 
" Furnitnre Mfg Co, incor, E W Lyon pres, J H Millis 

v-pres (High Point), J S Cox secy '& treas, R E 

Spencer supt, 521 iMorelu'ad ave 

GREENSBORO GAS & ELECTRIC LIGHT CO, B R 

King pres, R J Marks secy, treas & mgr, 112 N 
Forbis 

ALDERMAN ) Photographer. 



n 


o 


-^ 


O) 


1^ 




O 


J3 


Q- 




CO 


T3 


Q- 


-a 


S 


C33 


ar 


ct 


S= 


<r~ 




•"~ 


1— 


m 


(X> 


oc 


r- 


> 


l_U 


'35 






05 

03 


h- 


O 




03 






+-" 


ao 


*-• 




•^K 


a. 




oc 


E 

o 


.LLJ 




tS) 



< 

O 
O 
CO 



1131/^ BiST MARKET STREET. 



" Hdw (^o (J R .^- :M C Stewart & ^Y E Phipps), 223 

>_ rt 3^ S Elm 

2r m GREENSBORO ICE & COAL CO, W E WORTH PRES, 

Smm c 31 W Thompson treas & mgr, intersection of 

^•"■i* ^ Southern & .V & Y Rvs (see center lines) 

tf> ^ GREENSBORO INDUSTRIAL AND IMMIGRATION AS- 

^yi) sociation, J S Hunter pres, ^V JNI Barber sec and 

i_r treas, office 220 S Elm 

fy. " Mer Coll Co, .J as W Forbis propr, 111)1 s Elm 

^ GREENSBORO NATIONAL BANK (THE), (INCOR), 

Neil Ellington pres, W S Hill v-pres, A H Alder 
man cashr, 235 S Elm (see front cover) 



ORGANIZED 1876. REORGANIZED 1896. 

^ The Greensboro National Bank 

^ CAPITAL. $100,000. 

^/f\ ^ Neil Ellington, W. S. Hill, A. H. Aldbrman, 

W^J> yr President. Vice-Pres. Cashier. 

£^!? ^ DIRECTORS. 

O J- M. ODELL, W. E. BEVILL, W. S. HILL, 

(•y^ L. m'CULLOCH, W. H. RAGAN, W. Jj armfield, 

NEIL ELLINGTON. 

Your business respectfully solicited. 

Collections a specialty at lowest rates. 



MM f% II IMPORIERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

agUB-mCbOrklB Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY COODS CO. 320 awl 322 S. Elm street. 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdoc House Buildings 



1 

TOILET ARFICLES. 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Soda an 1 Mineral Wakrs. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 157 

BSTABLISHBU 1821. § 

C 



Greensboro Patriot 



W. M. BARBER & CO., Editors and Proprietors. 



0) 



.THE Jl C 



W C3 



SX.OO A^ 

A Strictly First-Class Weekly Newspaper, a "■ 

Absolutely the Best Advertising Medium in " * 

Guilford County. Send for sample copy. % 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. I 

103 W. riARKET STREET. ? 



o 

3 

■■■■ 

a 

GREENSBORO NURSERIES, JNO A YOUNG PROPR, 2 ^^ 

miles east city, plioue 43 (see bottom lines) "^ 

" Opera House, J H ^Vest mjir, 20()-08 W Maiket 

GREENSBORO PATRIOT (THE), W M BARBER & CO 

publishers, 220 S Ehu (see adv) 
*' Presbyterian (The), ^ev E W Smith, J C Wharton !^ 

editors, issued weekly, 222-24 S Elm > 

GREENSBORO PRESSING CLUB, BOONE & BOGART 3 

mgrs, 2?)4| S Elra (see side lines) ?^ ■» _l 

" Roller Mills, "\V A Watson & Co propr, S Cedar nr '«, g T 

:\IcGee It O 

GREENSBORO SASH AND BLIND CO, J R MENDEN- ► S. 6) 

hall and J W ]McNairy proprs, 202 Lewis *^ "" S 

GREENSBORO SEED & PLANT CO, G BLAKE PROPR, I O -n 

510 S Elm ff ZT. *» 

" Spoke and Bending Works, H L Scott propr, So Ry | J « 

bey limits « O i 

GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY, JNO M DICK p C: (0 

propr, E A Miller mgr, 111-113 W Market (see O " 

bottom lines) 5 

VI 



KrTENN Mutual Life".-". 

5ee J H. riERRITT, 4 Katz Building. 



Will H, Matthews & Co. cioTmERs 

304 South Elm Street. FOR CASH ONLY. 

iS 158 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

'Q _ 

O 

Q J. H. BOONE. C. B. BOGART. 

^-O Greensboro Pressing Club. 

5 JJ5 ^^ 2341^ SOUTH ELM STREET. 

fj O ^ Join us for the Following Reasons: 

1 2 *r^ S We agree to keep all your clothes neatly cleaned and pressed, and 

" f^ d always looking as good as new: in tact keeping your ciotties in Al 

w _ ^3 -. shape, as manv and as often as you may wish. We send for and 

~ Hg|F UL^ deliver all clothes. 

>. r^ All of the above for only $!.oo psr month. 

a ^ j2 a trial is all we ask of you. 

*** T5 CtJ YOU PRESS THE BUTTON, WE 

> r-% DO THE PRESSING. 

Q jj'^ Special attention and quick service to the traTtling public. Repairinsr neatly 

0&4 done by competenL workmen. (Jleaiiine of ladies' dresses and jackc-ts 

^J a specialty. Riug us up when in i.eed of any work la our line. 

j^*25 Rooms over CM. Vanstory& Go's. BOONE & BOGART, 

t^O PHONEi62. Managers. 

^^ GREENSBORO TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, T J McADOO 

.. pi-o})!', 102 S Da^'ie 

■ GREENSBORO WATER SUPPLY CO (INCOR), JAS 

^^9 Glenn pies, R R King treas, \\' C Seddou secy, 

^1^^ 118 W Market 

^ ^ ^ Q) B. L. WliyCATEl^^^^^'^ 1^^^^"^^^ A"'' 

"*■■ 2 »23 South fclm Street, J ATTACHMENTS, 

wmmJ^ 3 . ^ — i 

■■■■■ ^ Gregg Wesley T,* lineman W U Tel Co, r 516 N Greene 

Lhhi CI Gregory Emily Miss, tchr Lindsay St Scliool, r 1036 W 

^^^_ Jh Market 

^Si 3 " Geo G, Odell Hdw Co, bds 1036 W Market 

^2 ^ " Geo H,* attv, r 1036 W Market 

^^ ^ " Jamie Miss, bds 1036 W Market 

^^ Q " Nettie M Miss, bds 1036 W Market 

CSCm K " I^icliard K,* pbys Ward's Drug Store, r 406 N 

■ ■ ■ Greene 

® " Susan C Miss, bds 1036 W Market 

^ Gregson Jno L,* wks Hucomuga Mill, r 463 E Whit- 

? tington 

'^ Gresham C,* propr Railroad Eating Hse, r Charlotte 

^ NC 

^ Griffin Albert M,* carp, r Railroad ave 

Jh GRIFFITH JOHN W,* DENTIST 225 1-2 S ELM, R 

^ 330 Cburch (see adv; 

^^ " Walter L, elk, bds 336 Cliureh 

C^Ci Grimes Henry H, bricklyr, r Proximity 

r-g-i Grimsley Geo A,* supt Tublic Schools, r 217 E Lee 

Rankin, Chisholm, Stroud & Rees - mens .. 

300 South Elm Street OUTFITTERS. 



■P"-^J< 



Gape Fear M'nfg Co 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Rough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY, 



159' 



Nothing is so detrimental to good health and 

the comforts of this life as a 

troublesome tooth. 



DR. J. w. QKimin 

Surgeon Dentist, 

225i Elm S. Street, - GREENSBORO, N. C. 



20 Years' Experience. A Modern, Up-to-Date Dentist. 

My Motto: First-Clags Work at Prices 
That Will Please You. 



MY OPTICAL DEPARTMENT is complete. 
In this department I am thoroughly pre- 
pared to correct all errors of refraction and 
guarantee satisfaction. 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



GRISSOM W LEE REV* (GRISSOM & FORDHAM) 

secy Western X C Coiif, r 520 W Market 

GRISSOM & FORDHAM (W L GRISSOM, C G FORD- 

ham), druggists, 504 S Elm 
Groves David A,* elk H Hunter, r 217 N Spring 
GUILFORD LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO, INCOR 

1889, C A Reynolds pres, H M Worth v-pres 
(W'orthville, il C), W D Mendenliall secy & 
treas, 521-32 S Ashe 

GUILFORD ROLLER MILL CO (INCOR), JNO A HOD- 

gin pres, J M Fegram sec «fc treas, mfrs flour, 
meal and feed, intersection So Ry and A & Y Ry 
Guinon Mike, plumber Odell HdAv Co, bds Elm 
Gunter Jno B,* druggist G W Ward, r 220 Summit ave 
Guthi'ie Carey B, elk Tucker & Erwin, bds 411 E Lee 
" Claiborne B,* condr So Ry, r 411 E Lee 
" "Henrv C B, elk Tucker & Irwin, bds 411 E Lee 
" Jos A,* elk So frt dept, r 445 E Whittington 
" Jos B,* retired, bds 445 E Whittington 
" Nancv E Miss, bds 411 E Lee 
" Wm L. elk J H Phipps, bds 411 E Lee 



O 
00 

CD 

o 

c 

H 

z 



X 

< 

< 



m CD "^ 

S fS. ^ 

(fl t^ o 

H -^ 

n -5* 

ffl — • 

H O 

3 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 

General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs. 



staple and Fancy Groceries. PHQENlA ^6 AIM 

SPECIAL ATTENTION 

TO SELECT RETAIL TRADE. 210 South DavJe Street. 



1 < 

c ■■** 



o 

< 

z 



E 



160 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



H 

2 Hackney J no A,* wks Hucomuga Mills, r 871 S Elm 
35 " Jno W, wks Hucomuga Mills, r 871 S Elm 

" Maggie N Miss, inspr Hucomuga Mills, r 871 S Elm 

" Wm G,* carp, r 930 S Elm 
^ Hagan Dorsev L,* real estate, r 328 Church 

5 HAGUE-McCdRKLE DRY GOODS CO (THE), INCOR, 

3 T C McCorkle pres, Wm H Hague secy & treas, 
5 320-22 S Elm (see bottom lines) 

HAGUE WM H,* SECY & TREArS, HAGUE-McCORKLE 

«N Dry Goods Co, r Benbow House 

1 Haithcock Annie Miss, bds 815 Pearson 
^ " Lou Miss, bds 815 Pearson 

CO " Spencer S,* r 815 Pearson 

Hale John, wks S Finishing Mill 
Haley C H, barber, rnis over 504 S Elm 
Haliburton Margaret W Miss, tchr N & I College, bds 
same 

3 Greensboro Ice tc Coal Co. 

x»x3c 03xr:E; so. 

Hall Ella Miss, wlvs Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Frances M (wid J K), bds 404 Asheboro 
" Hallie C Miss, bds 231 Smith 
" H H,* wks A & Y Ry, rms 532 S Elm 
" Joanna J (wid Thos), bds 435 McAdoo ave 
" J, wks Hucomuga Mills, r rear 201 W Whittington 
" Libbey (wid Jos), r 107^ VV Market 
"' Lyndon, inspr G'boro Gas & El Lt Co, r 107| W 

Market 
" Mary H (wid Isaac S), bds 119 Smith 
" Miriam C (wid J K), r 231 Smith 
" Nathaniel L,* bridge sup A & Y Rv, r 129 Schenck 

HALL WM A (PERKINS & HALL), R McADOO HOUSE 

Hallowell R Lacy,* elk Cone Exp & Com Co, r 906 

Spring Garden 
Hamilton Ada Miss, bds 865 S Elm 
" E Cicero,* music tchr, r 914 Asheboro 
" J P, wks Cape Fear Mfg Co, r 601 Arlington 
" Zachariah,* flagmn So Ry, r 706 S Spring 
Hamlet Eunice Miss, dressmkr, bds 328 N Greene 
" Minnie Miss, bkpr S Finishing Mills, bds 328 N 
Greene 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Pluibing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



W. F. GLE6G & BRO. Fn.irM.ce 

364-8 South Elm Street and Cominlssion Merchants. 

1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 161 



» 



Hamlet Richard W,* r 328 N Greene ^^. Y 

HAMMER JOHN M (KING & HAMMER) (MATTHEWS O^ 

& Hammer), elk Benbow House, bds same 
Hammond lola V Miss, bds 122 W Lee 

" Jno A,* carp, r 122 W Lee 
Hampton Minnie Miss, telir Lindsay St School, bds 308 

N Davie ^^^ 

" Wm, carp, bds 442 E A^'ashington f Jl 

Hancock Maggie F Miss, bds 110 Bain ^ 

" Mary Miss, bds 122 N Davie ^ rt 

" Millard F,* carp, r 110 Bain ^ ^^ 

Hanes Sadie Miss, tchr N & I School, r same n 

Hanna Nathan,* carp, r Spring Garden bey limits z 

" Tarqninso,* carp, r Spring Garden bey limits o? 

Hanner Claude L,* carp, r 912 Asheboro 5 h 

" Ella Miss, wks Mrs Berta Hughes, bds 711 Church 

" Floyd Y, wks S Finishing Mili; bds 711 Church 

" J G, carp N & I College, r Spring Garden bey limits 

" I^ee, bricklyr, r Proximity 

" Maggie Miss, elk J M Hen'drix & Co, bds 711 Church 

" Mattie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

Wn RAIN Contractor and Builder 
I Ul y fl I 11 302^-^ SOUTH ELM STREET 

" Nathan A,* farmer, r 420 E McCulloch 
" Robt K,* wks G'boro S & B Co, r 711 Church 
» '* Sanil A,* mchst Sergeant Mfg Co, r 211 S Forbis 
. " Solomon E, carp, r Spring Garden bey limits 
^ " Streete Miss, bds 711 Church 

y^ Wm L, wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona N C 
Harbin Ernest, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Geo R,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Sallie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Harden H Lonnie, elk J H Phipps, bds 927 Douglas 
" Julius B,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Robt,* farmer, r 411 E McCulloch S- = i= ^ ^^ 

Hardin Jno A,* with R McCarthy, r 927 Pearson *.S-^£ I3 

" Jennie L Miss, elk Thacker & Brockmann, bds 927 ^^ ^1* I" 

Pearson »p^8§0 

Harding Kate (wid B R), bds 302 E Market g' 3 ;? ? - § 

Hare Jno E,* wks S Finishing Mill, r 2074 East |§ ?," * ? 

Harkness Jesse P,* broker, bds 332 Church • "^gt^O 

Harrell Rosa Mrs, bds 332 Gorrell 5^ J ^11^ 

Harrington Benj F, wks S Finishing Mill, r 622 Keogh 5" g. | J^ 

'.' Chas P, wks G T Glascock & Son, bds 601 *Ar- c - »» I ^ 

lington S»o-§|' 




-erg ;s 



GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 

FINEST WORK IN THE CITY. 
G1J4I-II3 West Market StreetJ ij likL^HONE 72. 



INSURANCE. 



Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler., 



MURRAY BROS. 

113 SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. 

: 1^2 MALOA'EY'S GKEENfSBOKO 

^ • Harrington Hairy C, del elk Ir^o Ex Co, bds E Bragg 

Cd L, " Harry G, mess So Ex Co, bds GOl Arlington 

^ K " '^ Preston, mchst Cape Fear Mfg Co, bds GOl Ar- 

CO "" « lington 

■-^ I S " Mary A (wid C L), r 601 Arlington 

Q (0 •■= " Wm S, wks C F Thomas, bds 601 Arlington 

^ 2 > Harris Cornelius, lab, r Proximity 

03 < ^ "J E,* trav slmn Hague-McC D G Co, bds S Greene 

fZy )m IS " Maggie Madam, r Warnersville 

H J2 Harrison C E,* trav slmn, bds Allen House 

■^ < c Harriss Alice T Miss, bds 209 E Lee 

§ I I " Jos J W,* engr So Ey, r 209 E Lee 

Z " Lottie D Miss, bds 209 E Lee 

g < " Sarah Burton Miss, bds 209 E Lee 

C g Harry Alfred E, opr W U Tel Co, bds 502 Arlington 

^ " Arthur W, elk Harrv-Belk Bros Co,bds 201 N Davie 

■ HARRY-BELK BROS CO (D R HARRY. W H & J M 

|^Mi% Belk), drv goods, notions, clothing & shoes, 225 

^^^ S Elm 

tJ HARRY DAViD R* (HARRY-BELK BROS CO), BDS 127 

^^^ Church 

" Eicliard* (HaiTv-Belk Brois), bds 127 Summit ave 

F^ariss Rharmaoy* 

OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 

Hart Jno,* lab, r 918 S Elm 

*' Eand, wks Guilford Eoller Mill Co, rms same 
Hartsell Flora Miss, milliner S G Hodgin & Co, bds 443 
McAdoo ave 

" Peter,* wks G'boro S & B Co, r Spring Garden 
bey limits 

" I'hilus J,* moldr G'boro S & B Co, r Spring Garden 
HARVARD WM R* TRAV SLMN, BDS BENBOW 

House 
Harvey Addison,* printer, r 324 W Lee 

'' Erie,* wks Pomona T Cotta Co, r Pomona N 

'' E Caroline (wid Saml), r G04 S Ashe 

" Saml S, elk Morrison & Bro, bds 604 S Ashe 

" Timothv, wks Pomona T Cotta Co, r Pomona N C 
HATCH JAMES M,* GROCER 105 E MARKET, BDS 

230 S Ashe 
Haw'kins Fannie Miss, bds 346 Asheboro 

'' Kate Miss, bds 346 Asheboro 

'' Lelie Miss, bds 346 Asheboro 

" INIattie Miss, bds 346 Asheboro 

" Truxillo A (wid Madison), bdg house 346 Asheboro 



JNO. A. YOUNG, Nurserymen 

TWO MILES EAST CITY. PHONE 43. 



GENERAL 



Matthews & Hammer Insuranceigents 

^ —. ^^^--v-^ATA Only the Best Com- 

302U SOUTH ELM STREET. paniesEepresented. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 163 



Fancy and Family Groceries 



CONFECTIONERIES, FRUITS, 
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS. 



Hayden Dollie T (Mrs J S), proi^rss The Emporium, bds 
105 W Market 



O Z CO H 

r- m o o 
o > c c 
^ 30 H o 
S H X X 

* ^ DO o 



«) z r^ c/j 
Oanned Goods a Specialty, =^ "= z ° 

105 EAST MAKKET STREET. ** 13 St 3 



w — c en 

2. o — o 

«' "^ r- °" 

Hayes Saml,* r 207 N Forbis S 3 S I 

Wm,* oil, r 309 Church ^ "" 



o --^ o 



Hayle Chas,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity -n =* !L 3»" 

" Jno B, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 5" ""^ 5- -n 

Hazylip Lizzie B (Mrs M W), wks Hucomuga Mills, r o —P 3 

130 W MeCulloch 

" Monroe W,* wks Hucomuga Mills, r rear 130 TV ^ 

MeCulloch S _ '^ 

S ?^ 

• CD 






O 

CD 



Guilfopi! liumbBP Manulactuping Co. 

524-32 South Ashe Street. GREENSBORO. N. C. ^ 

Heath Chas C, cigar mkr ^^' F Clegg, r country S 

'' P Cliff, cigar mkr W F Clegg, r country 

" T Appleton, cigar mkr W F Clegg ^ ■ 

" Washington,* carp, r 101 S Davie I 

Heavel Jno E, wks S Finishing Mill 
Hedgpeth J Claud, mess W U Tel Co, bds 220 Schenck ^"^^ 

" Jos T,* tobacco, r 220 Schenck ^S 

Hegwood C Eugene,* wks Brooks Mfg Co, r 401 Mc ■— iHI 

Culloch : f S 

Heiskell Catharine F Miss, tchr G F College, bds same • ^^m z 

Helms Jeff D,* chemist Richardson Drug Co, r 119 N 2 ' ' ' c 

Davie ^ "^^ > 

Hendersoin Annie B (wid Alex S) (Annie S Gator & Go), ^ I^S 9 

r 401 W Washington > c 

" Ellis,* condtr Pullman Gar Go, r 327 S Davie Z ^H » 

Hendrix Chas A,* horse dealer, r 839 Hendrix ^ * '^ o 

" Edw M,* broker, r 811 Hendrix ' QQ oa 

HENDRIX JAMES M* (J IVI HENDRIX & CO), R 721 " 3^ "* 

Church 
HENDRIX J M & CO (J M HENDRIX, A L GILMER, T D 
Coble), dry goods, notions and shoes 221 S Elm 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 W. Market St. 



ALL KINDS OF — . 

Feed and 
...Seed Products. 



McCLAMROCH BROS. |i w-t-jties"*""' 

y ■ ■ ■ ■ llwO ■ ■ ■ 

"'The Cahill Special Crate" is the Best Made. See it. 



164 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

Hendrix Mollie Miss, tchr I'rox School, r Proximity 
" Wm J,* farmer, r Proximity 

Henley Chas A V, bds G37 S Elm 
" Harris, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
'' Jessie Miss, elk D Bendheim & Son, bds 637 S Elm 
'' Lindley A,* overseer Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" M Chas,* cabinet mkr, r 637 S Elm 

Hennessee W A,* agt Union News Co, r 502 Asheboro 

Hepler Robt E, wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, bds 627 S 
Ashe 
" Wm L,* elk Morrison & Bro, r 627 S Ashe 

Herman Jas M,* watchmn N »& I College, r Walker 
are bey limits 

Hester Nannie J Miss, wks Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 
422 W Bragg 

Hiatt Chas, driA-er South Side Hose Co No 4, r same 
" Edw P. flagmn So Ry, bds 415 W Bragg 
" Ida L Miss, domestic F M Fields, r same 
" Mary A (wid P F), bds 415 W Bragg 
" Robt G* ;Hiatt & Lamb), r 360 W Lee 
" Walter A, elk Hiatt & Lamb, bds 415 W Bragg 

ALDERMAN ) Photographer. 

■■■■■■' ™ ■■ IfBrmH ^ j^j^g^ BAST MARKET STREET. 

'* & Lamb (R G Hiatt, C L Lamb), genl mdse 512 
S Elm 
Hicks Daisy Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
*' Epsie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Henry L,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
*' Jacob S,* wks So Ry, r 320 S Mendenhall 
*' Sallie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Higgins Chas B,* wks Odell Hdw Co, r 214 Buchanan 
" Chas D,* mgr Union News Co, r 924 Asheboro 
" Jos A, bkpr J L Keeling, bds 924 Asheboro 
" Lottie T Miss, bds 924 Asheboro, 
High Bert A, steuo J A Dodson, bds 201 N Davie 
Highfell Mattie Miss, wks S Finishing Mill,r Proximity 
Hildesheimer Minna (wid J), bds 410 E Market 
Hill Clara E Miss, bds 124 W Lee 
" Cora L ^Nliss, seamstress, bds 124 W Lee 
" David, wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r Lewis 
" Dugeon C,* overseer So Ry, r 1065 W Market 
" Geo W,* carp, r 124 W Lee 
" Geo W,* wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r 218 Lewis 
'' Gussie Miss, elk D Bendheim & Sons, r 416 Church 
" Jacob S,* carp, bds 124 W Lee 



HaguG-McGorkle 



IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 



Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S Elm Street. 



C. E. HOLTON 



McAdoo House Building.. 



Prescription 



OUR SPECIALTY. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



165 



Hill Jno, painter, r Proximity 
" Jno J,* mfr Hill's Balm 116 Church, r same 
" M, wks S Finishing Mill 
" Robt R,* try slmn, r 700 Douglass 
" Virgie ]Miss, elk D Bendheim & Sons, r 416 Church 

HILL WILSON S, VICE-PRES G'BORO NATL BANK, 

r 317-19 AA' Market 
Hilliard Alice E Miss, r Walker ave bey limits 
" A lola Miss, r AValker ave bev limits 

HILLIARD JOS M REV,* PASTOR CHERRY ST BAP 

Ch, r AA'alker ave bey limits 
Hillyard Fred, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Hilton Mary (wid E), r 225 Lyndon 

" Romulus B, letter carrier, bds 225 Lyndon 
Hineman Henry W,* trav slmn, bds Benbow House 
Hines Annie MMiss, bds 3027 East 

" Emmett E, wks P R Hines ,r same 

'' Fannie D M INfiss. bds 3027 East 

" Lester H. wks P R Hines, r same 

" Mary E Miss, bds 3027 East 

" P Rufus,* dairy 3027 East, r same 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 

103 W. HARKET STREET. 

Hiukle Archus A* (Hinkle Bros), r 521 Julian ave 
" Bros (A A and C C), drv goods, etc, 214 S Elm 
" Chas C (Hinkle Bros), bds 433 N Greene 

Hinshaw Emma Miss, inspr Hucomuga Mills, r Mat- 
thews 

Hinton Alonzo A,* dep sheriff, bds 224 S Ashe 
" AAllev N, tailor G'boro Press Club, bds Planters Htl 

Hiss Edw R A,* elk Empire I & S Co, r 404 AA' Market 

Hobbs E A", bkpr S Finishing Mill 
" T C, elk A & Y Rv, bds 898 Keogh 
" AYm, wks Empire S & I Co 

Hobson Jas M,* carp, r S Ry nr Laura ave 

Hocke Geo, barkpr C C Shoffner, bds 335 S Elm 

Hockett Oscar C, trans elk So Ex Co, rms same 

HODGIN CHARLES E REV,* PASTOR WESTMINS- 

ter Presby Ch, rms 332 Gorrell 
" David A, trav slmn Odell Hdw Co, bds McAdoo Hse 
" Geo,* carp, r Spring Garden bey limits 

HODGIN JAMES A,* TREAS PEOPLE'S SAVINGS 

Bank, r 335 Asheboro 
" Jesse A, elk C H Vanstory & Co, rms 734 Pearson 



O 

T 

&) 

-<t 

O 

o 



t ,^ 



> » ^ 3 

C o ^ O 

i^ eg? 

> C3 



B CD 

P ^ ™ <« 

.A «^ "^ <—• 

fJ «2 SL £? 



For the Best 
and Most 
Reliable 
Accident 
Insurance 
See 



J. H. Merritt 



He Represents tno 

/ETNA AND TRAVELERS 

Policies and Tickets Issued at 
the Greensboro Office, 

No. 4 Katz Building. 



Will H. Matthews & Co. „£d«rs 

304 South Elm Street one Price. For Cash Only. 



166 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



cs 



03 



HODGIN JOHN A,* PRES GUILFORD ROLLER MILL 

g {2 ^^o. ^^^y & treas C F Mfg Co, r ()28 S Elm 

ea. SB " R Eugene (Rankin & Hodgin), rms 734 Pearson 

CO CO ^ " Robt W, genl delivery elk P O, rms 229 S Elm 

*^ e' ^ *' S Addison, U S rev ganger, bds McAdoo House 

(u f _J '' Shube G* (S G Hudgin & Co), r 443 McAdoo ave 

S -g P " S G & Co (S G Hodgin, Lee T Blair, J W Blair), dry 

•■^ ^ C/> goods 518 S Elm 

^ UL. 2 " Thos C Rev,* r 621 Asheboro 

" Walter T,* wks C F Mfg Co, r 233 Lewis 

Holcker Chas W,* contr, r 600(400) Morehead ave 

0J3OS ^ Holden Ohas U, wks So Rv, bds 501 W Bragg 
= 5 " Clifford D,* condr So Ry, r 501 W Bragg 

S ^ Holder Elijah H,* r 509 W Bragg 

g^ CD a Everett L, wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, r 509 W Bragg 

^ Holderby Geo A B,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

Hollady Alfred W,* mer Spring Garden bey limits, r 
^■^"^"^ same 

a Holland J Wesley,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
^—^ " Saml E, harness mkr, bds 608 S Elm 

^■^ ■ • Hollinsworth Walter, wks A & Y Ry, bds 113 E Mc- 
CLID ^ Cullooh 

uj 3 B. L. WIIMCATEi BICYCLES 

1 ^ 123 S. Elm street. ^ and REPAIRS . 

■^■aa C Holloway I) V, engr So Ry, bds 328 Gorrell 

^^BB h Holt Jno,* tchr, r Laura ave 

^Z!l 3 " Mamie E Miss, bds 881 S Cedar 

SS t HOLTON CHARLES E,* DRUGGIST 303 S ELM, R 312 
^ggp E Market (see top lines) 

^*** 'TJ " Jas L,* foremn Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r 204 W Lee 

CmHy r Home Building Co (The). H H Cartland pres, J S Hun- 

^ly* !!! ter secy & treas, 209 Buchanan 

*"■'"""!! ^ Hone Fred P, civil engr So Ry, rms 214 W Washington 

kJHnl ^^ Honeycutt Chas B, painter, bds 224(338) Schenck 

" Jno Q. wks C F Thomas, bds 224(338) Schenck 
" L P, wks S Finishing Mill 
" M J Mrs, r 224(338) Schenck 
Hood Nancy E (wid Abram), seamstress, bds 514 W 

Market 
Hooper Chas M, trav slmn Odell Hdw Co, bds McAdoo 
House 
» Hopkins Harry,* architect, bdls 205 W Washington 
" Jas H,* arc•hi^tect, 302^ S Elm 
Hornaday Sarah (wid Louis), bds 206 Buchanan 
Horney Jennie J (wid Wm), r 313 E Market 



RANKIN, OHISHOLM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 



300 SOUTH ELM STREET.- 



Gape Fear M'nf g Co. 

BUILDINQ MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Kough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1S99-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



167 



Horney R P, elk Fariss Pharniaev, bds 313 E Market 
'' Wm J, student, bds 313 E Market 

HORNEY WM U* MILLER GUILFORD ROLLER MILL 

Co, r 401 W Bragg 

Horry Alfred R, opr W U Tel Co, bds 502 Arlington 

" Georgia R (wid P T), r 502 Arlington 

" Louis R, disp So Ry, bds 502 Arlington 

" Mary S Miss, bds 502 Arlington 

" Templer S, elk S Finishing Mill, bds 502 Arlington 
Hoskins Jos A,* ex-sheriff Guilford Co 108 Court Sq, 
r Summerfleld 

HOTEL CLEGG, WM F GLEGG PROPR, 368 S ELM 

(see top lines) 

House Louisa Miss, bds 414 N Elm 
Houston Annie B Miss, r 327 N Elm 

" Bettie M (wid Wm M), r 114 Clay 

'' Fannie Miss, bds 417 Asheboro 

" W Shelton, bds 114 Clay 
Howard Henry M,* gro S Ashe bey lim, r 901 Bilbro al 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



HOTEL CLEQQ 



• • 



CAFE in Connection. 



Opposite Southern Depot, 



Greensboro, N. C 



All Modern Conveniences. No Charge for Trans- 
ferring Baggage. Sample Rooms Free. 



W. F, CLBGG, F'roprietor, 



iO 



m 
m 









CD > 

c«co 

CD 

p s 

^^ 

CD 
I 



cr9 

GO 



Pomona Terra Cotta Co 

POMONA, N. 0. Phone 60. 



SEWER PIPE, 
WEIL TOBING, 
DRAIN TILE. Etc. 



Fresh, Tender Meats. 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 

Stalls 3, 5, 7, Ci y Market. 



C/3 . g 168 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

t: -^ ^ MRS. HOWARD'S BOOK STORE, 

OS ' 2j Benbow Block — 116 South Elm Street, Greensboro, N. C. 



X3 



^_ ^ If you want the Ntwest and Prettiest 

CO o Things call on us. 



to 



CO i? 



Qj ^ Our Stock is now Complete in Every Line. 

CO 
CO C9 



■ I -^ jw oj We have books— and books for all the year— booklets, calendars, &c. 

^"^ - csi new stationery and stationery novelties, beautiful Japanese and 

^ Bohemian vases, fine china and cut glass. Everything new and 

up to-date. 



^ OO «* 



CO 



HOWARD MARGARET E (MRS S A), PROPRSS G'BORO 

Book Store, r 122 Church 

'' O Jos, steno J Van Lindlev Nurserv Co, r Pomona 

N C 

HOWARD S ALLEN,* MGR W U TEL CO, R 122 

Church 
*' Wm H, elk W S Kivett, bds 842 S Elm 
Howerion Meta Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Hewlett Louis C, slmm Fishtolate-Katz Co, bds 201 
N Davie 



Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 



:E>ZXO]NrX3 58. 



Hucomuga Mills, incor, L W Clark pres, L W Buck 

secy & treas, mfrs cotton goods, rear 205 W 

Whittingtou 
Hudson Anderson L,* carp, r Asheboro bey limits 
" Chas C, cutter Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 537 E 

Bragg 
" Daisy L Miss, bds Asheboro bey limits 
•' D Monroe,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
" Henrv S,* with S E Hudson, r 715 S Elm 
" Ida B Mrs, r 327 W Lee 
" L S, wks S Finishing Mill 
" Mollie E Miss, bds Asheboro bey limits 
'^ Nina M Miss, with Eagle Foundry Co, r 327 W Lee 
" Sallie E (Mrs Henry S), grocr 513 S Elm, r 715 same 
'' Seymour,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
CO " Walter L, wks G'boro S & B Co, bds Asheboro bey 

limits 
Huff Elias K* (Huff & Overbey), r 429 E Washington 
" & Overbey (E K Huff, W S Overbey), blksmiths 22G 

S Davie 



W. G. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plnmbing 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. ^^ 



HOTEL GLEGG 

W, F. CLEG&, Propr. 



IN CONNECTION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 



1899-1900 CITY DIKECTORY 



169' 



HUFFINES DANIEL R,* WHOL BOTTLING WORKS, 

119-23 Buciianan, riiis same 
Huffman Lizzie MisS| domestic W R Pickard, r same 
Hughes Berta (wid Wm P), dressmkr 107^ W Market, 
r same 

" Geo A, bag mstr So Rv, bds 107^ W Market 

" Geo H, tailor, bds 216 S Forbis 

" Jas M,* tailor 215 S Davie, r 21G S Forbis 

" Jas R,* real estate, r 225 Summit ave 

" Jessie Miss, bds 225 Summit ave 
Hunbarger Columbus, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Hundley Cornelia E Mrs, matron G F College, bds same 

" Ellen D (wid Dr R T), bds 832 Church 
Hunnicutt Arthur F, w^ks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Hunt Helium D,* farmer, r 321 Gorrell 

" Jno T,* carp C F Lbr Co, r GOO Walker ave 

" Loretta Miss, bds 321 (xorrell 

" Marvin, elk C C Townsend, bds 335 S Elm 

" Pearl Miss, bds 321 Gorrell 

" Prometheus C,* insp A & Y Ry, r 616 Arlington 

" Robt E, printer J J Stone, bds'610 Walker ave 

Wn RAIN Contractor and Builder 
I Ul Urllll 3U21^ SOUTH ELM STREET 

" Webster M,* trav slmn, r Pomona N C 
" Wm B,* carp C F Lbr Co, r 610 Walker ave 
Hunter Chas,* driver, r 43S McAdoo ave 
" Charlie DeR Miss, seamstress H H Cartland, bds 
438 McAdoo 

HUNTER HENRY,* GROCER & PROPR SUNNYSIDE 

Market Garden 122-24 S Davie, r. country (see 
opp front paster) 
HUNTER JOHN S,* SECY & TREAS HUNTER MFG 

& Com Co, pres G'boro I & 1 Assn. secy & treas 
Home Building Co, r 803 Pearson 

HUNTER MANUFACTURING AND COMMISSION CO, 

(incor), R G Vaughn pres, C G Wright v-pres,. 
J S Hunter secy & treas, mfrs pants and direct 
agts Southern cottons, 209-11 Buchanan 

" Mary M Miss, bds 803 Pearson 

" Nathan S, fireman So Ry, bds 438 McAdoo ave 

'' Ralph, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Robt S, bkpr Guilford Lbr Mfg Go, bds 214 Bu- 
chanan 

" Thos A,* trav slmn Hunter Mfg & Com Co, r 744 
Pearson 




o > 



, S. S 3 s 



Greensboro Steam Laundry 

lil-113 West Market Street. Phone 72. 



SHIRTS, 
COLLARS 
and CUFFS 

OUR SPECIAL1Y. 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see i IQ 

SOUTH ELM ST. 
Phone 163. 



MURRAY RROS. 



0) 

o 
(« o 



■^ T3 ^70 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

Jz^ O Hurt Alice Miss, milliner Mrs N C Weatlierly, bds 119 

^ Sc'henck 



OHutton Jas R Rev,* r Spring Garden 
Hyatt Eugene, wks S Finishing Mill 

WO E ■ 

a ■" Tddings Frank,* fireman So Ry, bds 214 Buchanan 

■~ ^Z Imes Elizabeth ]\Iisis, bds 443 E WhiDtington 

•£ (D Ingle Bertha Miss, bds 610 S Elm 

+^ "^ Ingold Washington,* driver Merchants Gro Co, r 900 
O C E Market 

^^ Sh Ingram Eugenia Miss, bds 414 S Spring 
^J 2 " Harvey O, elk J N Ingram, r same 

1 1 " Jasper N,* gro 530 S Elm, r 414 S Spring 

■*■ " J Saml, printer Telegram, bds 701 S Elm 

-^— — — Iredell John W, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

^ Ireland Chas H,* mgr Odell Hdw Co, r 602 W Gaston 

^— ^ Irvin Annie W (Mrs C W), r 318 S Eugene 

■'"■'"' Isaacson Isaac,* clothing 340 S Elm, r 328 E Lee 

JRariss Rharmaoy* 

OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 

Iseley Ira B, wks Gboro S & B Co, bds 518 Arlington 

" Lewis C,* wks Gboro S & B Co, r 518 Arlington 
Isley Louis N,* dairy Jonesboro, r same 



Jackson Alonzo, wks Hunter Mfg and Com Co 
" C Maude Miss, bds 813 Spring Garden 
"• Elizabeth (wid B F), r 539 E Bragg 
" Faucett W,* condr So Ry, r 501 Jackson 
" Geo W,* carp, r 705 Martin 
" Geo W Jr, painter, bds 705 Martin 
^' Lillie E Miss, bds 813 Spring Garden 
" Wm G,* r 813 Spring Garden 

Jacobs Eugene, wks S Finishing Mill, bds 431 N 
Greene 
" Henry,* tailor H H Cartland, r 245 Belle Meade ave 
" ThosL,* wks S Finishing Mill, r 715 (415) Guilford 
ave 

James Annie B (wid T J), dressmkr 317 E Market, r 
same 



JNO. A. YOUi^C 

TROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, bhade and .... 
Ornamental Trees 

ViNES AND PLANTS. 



MATTHEWS & HAMMER 



Will Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident, 

3025^ South Elm Street. %%:^\ZnrlZ'J""''''' 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 171 2 = «5 H 

James Cornelia Miss, wks Geo Mfg Co, r W Market ° ^ H o 

" Hennis,* blksmith 111 E Sycamore ^ H x x 

" Thos B,* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona, ^ co ^ a 

N C '^ o «o 

Jamison Minnie L Miss, tclir N & I College, bds same ' x ^ x 

Jarman J as S,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ^ m > - 

Jarrell Belle Mrs, r 916 S Elm ^ w £ r- eo 

" Hattie Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Ciom Co, bds 916 S ^ "* ' | 

Elm ^ ' ? ^. 

" John F.* carp, bds 377 W Bragg p — g- ~ 



Cuilfopd liumbBP Manufacfuping Co. 

524-32 South Ashe Street. GREENSBORO. N. C. 



S3 



" Minnie Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 916 S o m 

Elm 2; o ^ 

Jarvis Eugene J, wks Hueomuga Mills, r 203 W Whit- % wa '^ 

tington ? i r*> o 

Jefferson Oliver L, wks Hueomuga Mill r Whittington "~ 5" as _. 

" Walter C,* hostler A & Y Ry, r 706 Arlington Z? « Z' '^ 

Jeffreys Callie B Miss, bds 340 S Mendenhall ^ ^ =' I? 

" Claudia E Miss, bds 340 S Mendenhall ~ _ 

" Ellen P Miss, bds 340 S Mendenhall * -^ 

" J Rufus,* sanitary police, r 705 S Ashe » 

," Marcellus S,* gro 511 S Elm, r 613 S Ashe ^ o „ 



(a 



-" B9 



CD 



C/5 

CD 
CD 



" Newton A,* gro 342 S Mendenhall, r 340 same 

" S, engr Empire S & I Co 

" Wm A,* carp, r 909 Asheboro -.^— — 

" W G,* eondr A & Y Ry, r 541 E Bragg C/D 

Jenkins Albert, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity Ci23 

" Annette Miss, wks Proximity Mfg Co, r Proximity # ■ 

*' John E, engr Gboro Water S Co . 

" Saml, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity • jZg2, z 

" Thos.* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity .' ^S» ^ 

" W Gregory,* miller G'boro Roller Mills, bds 700 o m ^ 

(602) Walker ave O ^^^ -n 

" Wm H, asst engr G'boro Water S Co S -^ ^ 

Jennings Chas W,* propr C W Jennings Fruit Co, r ^ ' ' h 

301 Church ^ _4 » 

" C W Fruit Co, C W Jennings prop, 112 Fayetteville ■< ^"^"^ g 

" Genevieve Miss, bds 301 Church ', ^^3 00 

" Geo. furniture, bds 201 N Davie • ^^ -< 
" Geo H, (Bloxton & Jennings), rms 506 S Elm 
" Wm M,* wks C F Lbr Mfg Co, r 125 W Lee 

Jerrold Chas,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity CTD 

Jewett Thos J,* engr So Ry, r 416 (715) McAdoo ave 



:^ 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



McGlampocn upds. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



ManteFs, Grates, 
... Tiles ... 

TRY OUR 

"CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE.' 



en 



crJ 


o 


-^■ 


« 


a^H 


CJ» 






^•^ 


X2 


Q_ 


O 


5 


e<o 


■C3 


Q. 


-I 


£= 


C3) 


27 


a 


S= 


c- 




MM 


t— 


n35 


£) 


oc 


T" 


> 


LjU 




frt 


^-, 


tJ) 


1- 


^ 


00 


1- 


ea 


Q. 








-f-« 


CO 


4--> 




'Sfi 


n. 




ec 


E 


^ 

'^1, 


o 




LU 


&. 




OC 


Q. 







Fnrnish Tiles and Lay Tile Flitors. Get llielr Kstituate. 

172 MOLONEY'S GREENSBORO 

Job Will S, eu^r Hucomuga Mills, r Matthews 
Jobe Washington A,* retired, r 515 Julian ave 
Joe Lee, laundry, 107 S Elm, r same 
Johnson Alfred A,* slum Johnson & D, r 434 Arlington 
" Bertie H, carrier Telegram, bds 107 E Gaston 
" Bessie L Miss^ bds 9G5 Walker ave 
" Calvin C (Johnson & Dorsett), bds 520 W Gaston 
" Cornelia J (wid U S), r 520 W Gaston 
'' David H,* wks Fomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona, 

N C 
" David M,* wks G'boro IS & B Co, r 965 Walker ave 
" Geo A,* wks Pomona Hill Nurs r Pomona, N C 
" John,* wks S])oke Fctry. r Spring Garden bey lim 
" John A,* shoemkr, r W^arnersville 
'' John H.* sewing machines, r 107 E Gaston 
" J P,* wks G'boro S & B Wks, r Spring Garden bey 

limits 
" John T,* specialist 302J S Elm, r 305 W Washing- 
ton 
" Livingston Rev,* pastor W Washington St Bap Ch, 
r 323 S Eugene 

ALDERMAN S Photographer. 

■■■■■• ■■ ■■ ■!■■-■■■ ( j^gi^ E.VST MARKET STREET. 



o^ 



" Mary Miss, bds 500 W Bragg 

" Nora J Miss, bds 107 E Gaston 

" Robt H,* iron wks, 117 E Washington, r 507 Gor- 

rell 
'' Saml H,* wks So Rv, r Asheboro bev limits 

_ JOHNSON TALTON M REV, PASTOR GRACE M P CH, 

^^^ ^ rms 744 Pearson 

i3b ^ '' W^alter O, bottler W M Tallman, bds 610 S Elm 

^ " Zebulon V, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

f^ ^ " & Dorsett (A A and C C Johnson, C H Dorsett), dry 

j^ ^ goods, 206-8 S Elm 

^mm^ eg Johnston ^Vm J, wks S C Dodson, bds 327 E Market 

—j™ Jones — ,* fireman So Rv, r Pearson 

^S LjJ " Adolphus D* (Jones & Cox), r 917 Walker ave 

C^ 2 "A Wesley, wks Eagle Fdry, bds 327 E McOulloch 

^ ■1 II O " Bertha M Miss, opr G'boro Tel Ex, r 618 Asheboro 

I " Burgess E,* bkpr S E Hudson, r 618 Asheboro 

I " Edw J,* pres elk H Gardner, bds 330 N Greene 

" Gurnev A,* carp G T Glascock & Son, r 921 Vance 
" G Leei* elk S Finishing Mill, r 939 Carr 
" Geo M,* fireman So Ry, r 822 Pearson 

Mimj II IMP0R1ERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

CuOrKlG Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY 'GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S. Elm Sheet. 




C. E. HOLTON 

McAdoc House Buildings 



TOILET ARFICLES, 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Soda am Mineral Waters. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 173 



K 



0) 

o 



Jones H,* bkpr tSimpson-Shields Shoe Co, r 122 W 

Sycamore - 

JONES HORACE W REV, RECTOR ST BARNABAS S 

Episcopal Ch, r 411 N Elm C 

" Jas G,* wks Proximity Mfg Co, r Proximity «■ 

" Julia A (wid L), bds 917 Walker ave {^ mA 

" Jno W, genl mdse, 339 S Elm m q S 

JONES J STERLING,* MGR PROVIDENT SAVINGS r P ■? 

Life Assurance Society of N Y, v 345 N Elm < ^|^ 

" Lucy Miss, bkpr J H Pliipps, bds 618 Asheboro S \ff 

'' Robt, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity § 

" Roy H, wks Telegram, bds 618 Asheboro '^ 

" S Pleasant,* wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, r 423 W Lee y 

" Thos E, wks Cboro Furn Mfg Co, r 979 N Greene ^ 

"■ Walter L,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ' 

" Wesley, wks Eagle Fdry Co, r 327 E McCullocli | 

" & Cox (A D Jones, D H Cox), pianos, organs, etc, sr 5 

324 S Elm f a 

Jordan Arthur,* policeman, r 335 N Greene a "^ 

" Jas F* (J F Jordan & Co) (Jordan, Sinclair & Mac- o 03 ■■! 

donald), r 223 N Edgeworth ty ^^ 

TOM RiCE JEWELRY CO. | ^ 

103 W.HAkKET STREET. t* ^^ 

" J F & Co, (J F Jo'rdau). leaf tobacco, 246-48 Belle a Qj 

Meade ave b^S 

" Sinclair & ^Nfacdcnald (J F Jordan, D J Sinclair, ^^ 
F A Macdonald), real estate, lOGi S Elm 

JORDAN WM M, CLK McADOO HOUSE, BDS SAME 
Joyner Jas Y,* tchr N tV: I Col r 1027 Spring Garden 
Julian Emma Miss, wks Geo Mfg Co 



3 



fi) 



a 



Kase Jas U,* niech engr, r 427 Arlington » 

" Jas I) Jr, elk. bds 427 Arlington 'g, ^ H 

" John, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity '^ O 

" Mabel H Miss, bds 427 Arlington ► ^ C3 

KATZ BUILDING, 127 S ELM tj = = 

" Robt I,* mgr Fishblate-Katz Co, bds 223 Summit av In 

Kaufman Sidney J,* haberdashei' 126 S Elm, r 114 W ff 2 "^ 

Sycamore ff 2 2. 

Kearby Mary Miss, seamstrss, bds 201 W Whittington •'' JP 3 

Kearsley Geo T,* (G T Kearsley & Co), bds 415 N Elm ^ f^ S 

" G T *& Co (G T and L P Kearsley), real estate. Ill S ^ q" ■ 

Elm 3 



W 



K—PENNMutualLife-- 

See J H. riERRITT, 4 Katz Building. 



Will H. Matthews & Co. crorHi^Rs 

304 South Elm Street. FOR CASH ONLY. 

174 MALONEY'S GREEIN^SBORO 



1 





• 




m 




T3 




o 




o 




J^^ 


z 


CO 


o 

z 


o 2 






o c^ 


z 


;^^ 


>■ 


^'^ 


e 


«/) c 


> 


T3 OS 

9 £^ 




o S 




• Pi^ 




>5 CO 




fc. o 




Qffi 



Keck Peter, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 

'^ Robt, wks S Finisliing Mill, r Proximity 
Keech Ernest, elk Caldeleugh «S: Bro. bds ^^'alker ave 

" Linnie J (wid W D), r 427 Walker ave 
Keefe Lawrence (1, opr S liy, bds 702 ^Valker ave 

'' Michael C,* dispr So Ky, r 702 Walker ave 
Keelau Chas, wks So Ky, bds 610 S Elm 
Keeley Institute (The)^ W H Osborn, prest, 447 W 

"^Vashington 
Keeling John L,* whol groc 342 S Elm, r 30S W Gaston 

'' Spencer P, grocer 201 S Elm, rms 101^ E Market 
Keiser Jas, wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Pomona, 

N C 
Keith Flavins,* plasterer, r 907 Asheboro 

*' Francis M,* contr, r 443 E Whittington 
Kelly Maggie Miss, bds 701 S Elm 

" Sarah Miss, librarian ^ «S: I College, r same 
Kendall Joshua V\* foreman So Ry, r 304 McAdoo ave 

" Joshua W Jr, electrician, bds 304 McAdoo ave 
Kennett Xora E Miss, wks Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 
610 Walkpr ave 

. B- L. WINGATEISE« MACHINES AND 

^ 123 South fclm Street, J ATTACHMENTS. 

^ Kennon Jennie Miss, bds 113 S Gilmer 

•H Keogh Thos B,* atty, 233^ S Elm, rms same 

5 Kerr Doub, civil engr, bds 840 Hendrix 

^ '' M Alice Miss, bds 114 Clay 

^*^ '' Saml A,* grocer 215 S Elm, r S40 Hendrix 

•S Kersey Algernon P, wks G T Glascock & Son, r 636 
r^ Ashe 

(-H " Alice E Miss, dressmkr, bds 636 S Ashe 

m ''• Elizabeth (wid David), r 636 S Ashe 

'' Millard F, wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, bds 636 S 
^ Ashe 

g '' Saml B, cigar mkr 21S Lewis, r 636 S Ashe 

KESTLER GEORGE A* (ASHEBORO ST PHARMACY), 

^ (G W Kestler & Sou), r 437 Arlington 

^ KESTLER GEORGE W* (ASHEBORO ST PHARMACY) 

K^ (G W Kestler & Son), r 437 Arlington 

^ KESTLER G W & G A, PROPRS ASHEBORO ST PHAR- 

Q macv, 420 Asheboro 

KESTLER G W & SON (G W & G A KESTLER), STA- 

tioners 416 Asheboro 



Rankin, Chisholm, Stroud & Rees •■ mens .. 

300 South Elm Street. OUTFITTERS. 



Gape Fear M'nf g Co. 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 

L899-iyUU (Jl'i Y DlKJbJCTUK i . 



Rough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 

rt^ 



Killen Faunie Miss, wks Hunter Mfg and Com Co, bds 
918 Asheboro 
" John S, carp, bds 018 Asheboro 
" Martha A (wid W Y), r 918 Asheboro 
'^ Miller, produce, bds 918 Asheboro 

KIMBALL ASHBEL B (KING & KIMBALL), BDS 220 

W 'Washington 
Kimrey Washington L,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
King Benj I, slmn Hague-McC D G Co, bds Summit ave 

" Edw, wks G"boro S «& B Wks, r country 

" Everett B, elk Benbow Cigar Stand, bds 201 N Da- 
vie 

" Fernando A, wks B L Wingate, bds 346 Asheboro 

" Francis, lab, bds 302 E Lindsay 

" John L,* farmer, r 239 (A) N Greene 

" J L & Co, Buchanan S E Cor Ashe 

" John W (King & Hammer), bds 201 N Davie 

" Mary E (wid Thos), r 302 E Lindsay 

" Nelson M,* trav slmn, r 311 N Elm 

^* Ninevah Miss, bds 866 Bellevue 

'' Ollie Miss, bds 866 Bellevue 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



KING ROBERT R* (KING & KIMBALL), PRES G'BORO 

Gas & El Lt Co, r 329 McAdoo ave 
'' Kush N, bds 239 (A) N Greene 
" Thos V<r barkpr E G West, r 866 Bellevue 
" Walter, wks G'boro S & B Wks, r country 
'' & Hammer (J AV King, Jno M Hammer), proi)r 

Benbow Cigar Stand 
KING & KIMBALL (R R KING, A B KIMBALL), ATTYS 

100 Court Sq 



o 

00 


< 




O 


0) 




•< 


c 


-«o 


H 


31= 


z 


■M-n 




mmm 


m 


o -0 


r 


Q--r 


S 


^. ^ 




^ (li 


(li 


rt-o 


H 


•^ 


m 


■u 

p-l' 


m 


■■■ ■ 


H 


o 



3 



ROBERT E. KING. 



ASHBEL B. KIMBALL. 



KING & KIMBALL 
Attornoy^ at I^aw 



100 COURT SQUARE. 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 

General Nursery Stock, Cut riowers, Floral Designs, 

. , A 



staple and Fancy Groceries. PHQENIX & AIKEN 

SPECIAL ATTENTION 

TO SELECT RETAIL TRADE. 210 South DavJe Street. 



CO 

111 

— I 
« < 

£ UJ 

c "^ 

(0 

(D UJ 

< 

3: 

o 

< 



E 

UJ 

s. 

3 

o 



176 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

K^irkland 8ue ]Ma.y Miss, ladv prin N & I Col r same 
KIRKMAN ABEL G, REGISTER OF DEEDS GUILFORD 

Co, bds 2U1 N Davie 
tJ " Ada C (wid A L), r 208 Buchanan 

2 '' Albert A, dispr So Ry, bds 705 (605) Walker ave 

tf} ''' Alice Miss, with Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 610 Wal- 

ker ave 
" Alice Miss, vvks S Finishing Mill 
" Alpheus A,* wks G'boro Fur Mfg Co, r 1019 Spring 

Garden 
" Avery, farmer, bds 701 E Market 
<o " Calvfn M, bds 705 (605) Walker ave 

U) " Cora Miss, Cone Exp & Com Co, rms 711 S Elm 

g " Geo. wks Odell Hdw Co, rms 711 S Elm 

A '' Jane (wid Andrew M), bds 1015 Spring Garden 

d " John C* foreman So Ry, r 705(605) Walker'ave 

W " Jos A, opr So Ry, bds 705(605) Walker ave 

'' Jos E,* wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, r Ateheboro bey 

limits 
' J \A'esley, wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona, 
N C ' 

^^ Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 

" Linnie Miss, wks Cone Exp & Com Co, rms 711 S 

Elm 
" Maggie Miss, wks Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 610 

Walker ave 
" Maria E (wid Elisha), r <S65 S Elm 
" Martha E (wid J H), r 867 Bellevue 
'' Mittie E Miss, bds 701 E Market 
'' N Novellia Miss, wks Cboro Stm Ldry, bds 867 

Bellevue 
" Pattie A Miss, bds 705(605) Walker ave 
KIRKMAN SEYMOUR A, DEPTY REGISTER OF DEEDS 

bds 201 N Davie 
" S lola Miss, bds 705(605) Walker ave 
" Virgil M, slsmn S E Hudson, bds 201 N Davie 
"■ Walter, wks S Finishing Mill, bds 701 E Market 
" Watson, wks Eagle Fdiy Co 

Kirkpatrick Henrietta L (wid John J), r 311 Belle 
Meade ave 

Kivett Betsie (wid David), Ms 842 S Elm 
" Jas, driver Cunningliiam Bros, r 345 S Davie 
" W Seymour,* rest 352 S Elm, r 842 S Elm 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 

/ 



Sanitary Plmnbing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



W. F. GLEee & BRO. FruirNduce 

364-8 South Elm Street. and Commission Mercliants. 



1899-1900 OITY DIRECTORY. 177 

Knight Hugh D, road master A & Y Ry, r 404 Lithia 

" Josephine T Miss, bds 404 Lithia 

" Littleton T, bds 404 Lithia 
Krantz Walter J,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
Kyle Edw D,* trav frt agt SAL, bds Benbow House 



Lampman Mary (wid Geo), r 641 W Lee 
Land Wm R, real estate, 5 Katz bldg 
Landis David A, elk bag agt So Ry 
Landreth Anna E (wid M D), r 2010 E Market 

" F Laidler, driver Ingram's, bds 337 S Ashe 

" Jas W,* farmer, r 807 E Market 

" John F,* horseshoer 523 S Elm, r 337 S Ashe 



C^^ 



(I) 



u 



Lamb Burwell L, harness mkr, r 928 S Elm j- 

" Carl, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity *< 

" Chas, printer Record, bds 205 W Washington 55 

^- Chas L,* (Hiatt & Lamb), r 342 W Lee o 

" Chas M, opr W U Tel Co, bds 122 Clay o-^ 

" Ethel Miss, elk J E Scott, bds 1019 Spring Garden 
" Geo A,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Mebane,* wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r 122 Clay 
" Selma R Miss, milliner Rosa H Carter, bds 122 Clay 

Lambert Jos M, wks Sergeant Mfg Co, bds 2084 East 
" L S, wks S Finishing Mill 
" Wm,* wks S Finishing Mill, bds 622 Keogh 

Lambeth A Frank,* wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, r 514 

W Lee 

n RAIM Contractor and Builder ,P S 

I Ul 1111 I 11 3021^ SOUTH ELM STREET > ^ ^^ 



(D 



30 



i -5 



" Minnie E Miss, bds 2010 E Market -^ » cc/imjc 

Lane Jas T,* carp, r 117 E Lee g f Ic 3 « 

Langhorne Bessie Miss, bds 226 Summit ave ef^S *i S- 

" Sallie Miss, bds 226 Summit ave &'1 V)a © " 

Langston Alpheus W,* bdg hse 629 S Elm ^ 7 E ^ "^ o 

" Katie Miss, bds 628 S Elm 1 1 2 5 11 

Lanier Emma Miss, domestic C D Mclver, r same ^e-Jf-s^ 

Lanning Albert, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity tt * g » 2. 

" Callie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity - to S^*"^ 

" Henderson,* lab, r Proximity w 5: ^^ 2 

Lashley John T,* bag mstr So Ry, r 224 E Washington ? ? » | g- 

Lassiter Jos C, ins agt, bds 407 Lithia 1© ^^ 

I? c^ . n S 



7'^S 5.i 



GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 

FINEST WORK IN THE CITY. 
III-II3 yi^^% Market Street. ^ PHONE 72. 



MURRAY BROS. 



113 SOUTH ELM STREET. 



PHONE 163. 



INSURANCE. 



Fire, Life, Accident, Suretj-, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler., 



C/> 



178 



MALONEY'S GKEBNSBORO 



Lattimoie Ada E (wid Robt L), elk Mrs L A Liinn, bds 
203 N Cedar 

Laughlin David W,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

Lawrence Cora D Miss, bds 400 Gorrell 
" Hal, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

Lawson Oscar F, agt Life Ins Co of Va, bds G13 W 
Gaston 

Lea Bros (W B & L L Lea), genl mdse, 530 S Elm 
" Lucian L (Lea Bros), bds 531 S Elm 
" Pearl R Miss, bds 307 W Washington 

LEA RUDOLPH G,* SECY AND TREAS SO TOB CO, 

r 307 W Washington 
" Wm B (Lea Bros), bds 531 S Elm 
Leak C Elmer, student, bds G12 W Gaston 
" Frank, elk Cone Exp and Com Co, bds 433 W 

Market 
" Jas N,* (J N Leak & Co), r 612 W Gaston ' 
" J X & Co (J N Leak), mfrs plug & twist tob, 209-11 
Buchanan 
Ledbetter Arthur E,* phys 100^ S Elm, r 409 Jackson 
_^_ " Cora Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 



i 


CO 


(f> 


■■ « 




X ? 


s 
o 


^1 


CO 


Z> 


03 

CO 


< ^ 




5 = 


s 


c« 


5 H 




2 


X 

o 


< 




s 




OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 

" Minnie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
'' Z Jordan,* fireman Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

Ledford Geo, coach mkr & sign painter, 109 S Davie, 
r 101|- E Market 

Lee Albert, wks Empire S »& I Co 
" Allen, cik Fariss Drug Store, bds 201 N Davie 
" Bertha M Miss, tchr N & 1 College, bds W Market 

LEE CHARLES W,* MECH FOREMAN SO RY, R 520 
W Washington 

" Harry L,* capitalist, bds Benbow House 

" John' M, wks S Finishing Mill, bds 60S S Elm 

" Lora D (Mrs J W), r 523 Lithia 

" Lula M Miss, bds 523 Lithia 

'' Nathaniel, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
Leftwich Alex H,* leaf tobacco, r 445 Church 

" Annie S Miss, bds 445 Church 

" Clem Clay, student, bds 445 Church 

" Elizabeth C Miss, bds 445 Church 

" E Shorter, broker, bds 445 Church 
Legerton Clarence, student, bds 218 E Bragg 

" Jennie (wid Charles), r 218 E Bragg 



. A. Y0UN6, Nurserymen 



o 
(0 

E 

iii 



3 
O 
CO 

00 
I 

(0 

01 



TWO MILES EAST CITY 



PHONE 43. 



GENERAL 



Matthews & Hammer msuiaacH^gBnts 

„ _ ^^^^^,_rt Onlv the Best Com- 

302% SOUTH ELM STREET. panies Represented. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTOEY. 179 o = co h 

moo 



Leitaker J F,* engr So Ry "^ ^ _i 

Leonard Annie B Miss, wks J A Leonard, bds 435 S ^ h x z 

Mendenhall 

" Ghas W,* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona, 
N C 

" Ernest D, wks J A Leonard, bds 435 S Mendenhall 

" J Addison, photgr 515| S Elm, r 435 S Mendenhall 

" J as R,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Jason H, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

'' Mamie C Miss, bds 435 S Mendenhall 

" Martha E (wid J M). r 211 S Davie 

" Wm,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Wm O, wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona, N C 

'' Winlield, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Lewis Ada Miss, dressmkr Mrs H Brown, bds 521 Ar- 
lington 

" Agnes Miss, bds 716 S Elm 

" A E,* r 330 N Greene 

'' Annie M Miss, music tchr 400 Lithia, bds same 

'• Barley B,* watchmn A & Y depot, r 400 Lithia 

" Chas C,* barber J H Rhodes, r East 

GuUfopd liumbBP Manufactuping^Do. 

524-32 South Ashe Street. GREENSBORO. N. C. 



z 


l/J 


DO a 


m 


O 


z? 


^ 


o 


S 




2 
H 

m 

z 


N" S 
SEAL 


1-^ 


H 


= 3 


zr 




ea 


» 


■^ 


32 ^ 


V) 


-a 


If 3 


tf 


c 


C (Q 


O 


(Q 


3 H 




O 


— o 


co' 


-I 




3" 


C/3 


? 


3 

o 


Si," 




TT 


» — . 


■n 


(C3 


-n** 


p 




=■ "^ 


< 


s- 


® 7. 


o 




jr oa 


s 


— 


3^ 




•a 


_, p 




CD 

W 

CD 


nt and Sweet, 
d Chew. 



Derastus,* farmer, r 521 Arlington 

Elizabeth (wid Chas), r 113 S Gilmer 

Harrv G, mchst Acme Mill Wks, bds TIG S Elm 

Hugh W, elk A & Y Ry, bds 400 Lithia 

I Oscar,* wks Spoke & H Fctry, r 711(441) Guil^ ' 

ford ave 
Joanna (wid Chas), r 2084 East 
John,* blksmith 109 Lewis, r TIG S Elm 
John F,* overseer Hucomuga Mill, r 920 Bellevue 
Letitia H Miss, wks Hucomuga Mills, r 924 S Elm 
Luella Miss, dressmkr Mrs H Brown, bds 521 Ar- o 353 ^ 



O 



lington S ^jm ^ 

> t 

Z —I ? 



Oscar,* wks B H Merrimon, r Guilford ave ^D 



" Robt, wks Eagle Foundry Co, r 32T E McCulloch _ 

" Sallie L Miss, bds 400 Lithia K ^^ g 

" Victor C,* money elk So Exp Co, r 612 S Elm ■ Z^ 

" Walter E.* confr 331 S Elm, bds 400 Lithia \ ^^ -< 

" Wm G, sub letter carrier, bds 716 S Elm 35* 

" Wm S,* wks S Finishing Mill, r 918 Asheboro 

Life Ins Co of Va, J T Bass, supt, 119^ S Elm 

Lillard Florence Miss, wks Geo Mfg Co, r Proximity 




OYCOTT 



116 W. SViarket St. 



ALL KINDS OF. 



Feed and 
Seed Products. 



McCLAMROCH BROS, f "".r^ltfef 'f*!^' 

""The Cahill Speciar Crate" is the Best Made. See it. 



?r —: 180 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



'^ O h- Lilly Jas,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

O "^ 2S LillycTop \\'iii, wks Eagle Fdry Oo, bds (JOS S Elm 

2 g '^ Lindau Albert M,* slmn L B Lindau,r 128(201) Schenck 

tc 2 S ^' Jacob \V,* seey and treas S Finishing & Whse Co, 

o v« -V r Proximity 

<^ ** !U " ^ ^' grocer, 125 S Elm, r Schenck 

Q j^ Lindheim Norvin, bds 305 E Washington 

jD § " Reuben,* secy and treas Cone Exp & Com C<), r 305 
O a GS E Washington 

V) Lindley Cammie G Miss, r Pomona, N G 

■^ ** ~ " Cecil, wks B Voltz, bds N Mendenhall 

< ^^ " Eva J Miss, r Pomona, N C 

■~~~~-~— " Jesse C,* broker, r 136 N Mendenhall 

^V^> LINDLEY J VAN,* PRES UNDERWRITERS OF 

^^^^^ G'boi'o; J Van Lindley Nursery Co; Pomona 

Hia3 Terra Ootta Co; N C Horticultural Society; post- 

^^^J master Pomona, r same 

#■■» LINDLEY J VAN NURSERY CO, INCOR, J VAN LIND- 

^^■■' ley, presti. G S Boren, secy and treas; propra 

t^ Pomona Hill Nursery Co, Pomona, N C 

^^^ ^ " Paul C, nurseryman, r Pomona, N C 

=^ ^ ALDERMAN \ Photographer. 

iMBagn C .n^m0 ■■ ■■ Ifiniv ( ^^gj^ g^g^ market street. 

V^V^ „ <. peai'l Miss, r Pomona, N C 

^^^ Lindsay Chas W, slsmn W H Matthews & Co, bds 35G 

Bn^sJ r " S Elm 

^^aa £ " Harper W, elk J W Scott & Co, bds 319 S Eugene 

w3Em ^ ^' Katie A Miss, bds 200 S Spring 

f Ul^ ^ " Lizzie (wid Edw), r 319 S Eugene 

^ " Lizzie M Miss, tchr Lindsay St Schl, bds 121 W 
J— «■> . rn Sycamore 

Waaaff ^ '- Marianna P (wid Robt G), r 121 W Sycamore 

#^^ og " Mary C Miss, bds 200 S Spring 

^KA " M Lula Miss, bds 121 W Sycamore 

^ mmi9 UJ '< Mittie W (wid Wm), r 200 S Spring 

dC3> Z Linville C Frank,* supt Wheeler Bros, r 804 Asheboro 

^^!f>% O Lipps John F,* r 217 W Market 

j^^ O Lipscomb Wm, mgr Keeley Inst, bds same 

max^E. CQ Litaker J Frank,* engr So Ry, r 210 S Mendenhall 

t_j_jg Little Mary Miss, bds 220 W Washington 

lS ^^oyd Herbert, flgman So Ry, bds 610 S Elm 

■'™™ Lock Lida Miss, with Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 715 9 
OC Elm 

fW^ Lockamy J C, wks S Finishing Mill, , r Proximity 

II ■■ ^ I I IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

liagllB-lVlCbOrKlG Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S Elm Slrset. 



C. E. HOLTON 



McAdoo House Building. 



Prescription 
Work 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



181 



Logan J A, U S Dep Marshal, bds 205 W Washington 
" John E,* phys, bds 320 W Market 

Long Annie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Chas A,* carp Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" D Ellen Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
'* Isabel Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Lillian Miss, tchr G F College, bds same 
" Lillie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Moses D,* trav slmn Simpson-S Shoe Co, bds Ben- 
bow House 
" Wm,* carp, r Church bey limits 
" Z A Mrs, lady prin G F College, r same 

Longest Jas N,* contr, r 360 Bland wood ave 

Longinolti V L, mchst So Ry 

Louis Chas C,* barber H Rhodes, bds 2084 East 
" Joanna L Miss, bds 2084 East 

Love Jas M,* supt Brooks Mfg Co, r 621 Arlington 
" Sallie Miss, bds 708 S Ashe 
" Wm M,* r 708 S Ashe 

Lovelace Wm, mgr J H Rhodes, bds 335 S Elm 

TOM RICE JEWELRY C67 

103 W. HARKBT STRBBT. 



Lovett Mary Miss, seamstress, bds 926 S Elm 
Lowe Bernard F, mchst Sergeant Mfg Co 

" Callie Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 610 S 
Elm 

" Effie A Miss, wks Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 610 
S Elm 

" John, elk A E Fordham & Co, bds S Elm 

" John H,* gro 230 Lewis, r 340 W Lee 

" Thos G,* gro 1037 College ave, r 610 S Elm 

" Wm, oarp, bds 711 SAshe 
Loy Alfred M,* carp, r 220 Mebane 
Loye John W, lab, bds 977 E Washington 

" Matilda (wid J N), r 977 E Washington 
Lundy David A, bag mstr So Ry, bds Monroe House 
Lunn Louise S Miss, bds 224 W Market 

" Lula A (wid L L), milliner 109 W Market, r 224 W 
Market 
Lynch Eliza J (wid Asa), r 218 E Washington 

" Thos E, supt leaf dept Sou Tob Co 

" W B, tobacco, bds 403 W Market 
Lyon Edw W,* prest G'boro Furn Mfg Co, r 338 N Elm 

" Hettie P Miss, bds 231 Lindsay 



sCpk 



< 

n 

z 
o 
z 

H 

■D 

■ 

> 

O 

y 
fi) 

o 

r* 







•— ' c 



> 0^3 
C o ^ o 



•0 r C75 



CO 
V) 

b; 

B 

14 

O 

B 



O CD a» " 



For the Best 
and Mast 
Reliable 
Accident 
Insurance 
See 



J. H, Merritt 



He Kepresents tne 

/ETNA AND TRAVELERS 

Policies and Tickets Issued at 
the Greensboro Office, 

No. 4 Katz Building. 



Will H. Mattliews & Co, ummn 

304 South Elm Street. one Price. For Cash Only. 



RS 



182 MALO:N^EiY'S &REENSBORO 

Lyon Jdlin F, retired, bds 231 Lindsay 



^ C/» " Marjorie Miss, bds .338 N Elm 

e5 Hj " Minnie R Miss, bds 231 Lindsay 



c/i 



uj " Thos A,* trav slmn, r 231 Lindsay 

op HE " Thos A Jr, elk, bds 231 Lindsay 

"" 1 " Wm J,* r 433 W Gaston 

; '' Wm S,* trav slmn, r 228 N Gedar 



.2 = 1- 



as 



M 



Macdonald Fred A,* (Jordan, Sinclair & Macdonald), 
jya^ r 207 N Edgewortli 

.S S Macgill Carrie S (wid David), r 400 E McCulloch 

•e J« " Clias, elk Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 400 E Mc- 

S" ^ Culloch 

^ '' Louis R, elk. bds 400 E McCulloch 

" Nellie A Miss, bds 400 E McCulloch 

' " Wm D, student, bds 400 E McCulloch 

■ Mac Leod David B, elk G Daniel, bds N Elm 

^^J Maddox Starke, wks J E Scott, bds same 

^t wi^ A\ Madison Gordon, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 



B. L. Wiry GATE jBiCYCUEs 

. 123 S. Elm Street. ) and REPAIRS. 

Maiden .Jennie Miss, milliner Mrs N C Weatherly, bds 
119 Schenck 

Malcum Emory McG, wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, bds 
1015 Spring Garden 
'' Geo W,* carp, r 1015 Spring Garden 

Maley John L,* wks Prox Mfg Go, r Proximity 

Mallard Logan L, wks B L Wingate, bds 100^ S Elm 

Malloy Lizzie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

Malone Alice Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Archiebald, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Chas C,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Fannie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
'^ Nettie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

Mangum Jas W,* com mer, r 211 W Gaston 
" Thos F,* agt Standard Oil Co, r 346 S Ashe 

Mann Jas E, wks A & Y Ry, bds .327 E Mfirket 

Manning M P,* bds 415 N Elm 

Marks Maggie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Mary (wid James), r Proximity 
" Nannie Miss, wks Proximity Mfg Co, r Proximity 



RANKIN, GHiSHOLM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 



300 SOUTH ELM STREET. 



XI 



Cape Fear M'nfg Co. 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Kough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles. Etc. 

Estimates Furnished- 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



183 



MARKS ROBERT J,* SECY, TREAS & MGR G'BORO 

Gas & E L Co, r 203 N Davie 
" T Calviu,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Marie}' Henry, carrier Record, bds Asheboro 
" Henry B,* phys ,500 Asheboro, r 508 same 
" Henry C, bl^pr W F Fleming & Co, bds 508 Ashe- 
boro 
Marshall H, elk Cone Exp & Com Co, bds N Elm 
Martin Jas P, supt Sou Tob Co 
" Wm F,* wks Pomona Hill Kurseries, r Pomona, 
N C 
Martindale John,* wks Prox Mfg- Co, r Proximity 

MASONIC HALL, 233 1 -2 S ELM, 3RD FLOOR 
Massey Fannie H Miss, tchr X & I College, bds W Mar- 
ket 
Matlock Anice Miss, bds 223 Smith 

" Elsie N Mrs, bds 224 W Market 

'- Saml B. plasterer, r 223 Smith 

" Sarah M Miss, bds 223 Smith 

MATTHEWS FRANKLIN A,* DRAY LINE, COAL AND 
wood, opp A & Y Ry, r 803 Asheboro 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233* S. Elm Si. 



MATTHEWS JOSEPH T (MATTHEWS & HAMMER), 

elk Benbow House, bds same (See top lines) 
" Mary Miss, bds 803 Asheboro 
" Maud Miss, bds 803 Asheboro 

MATTHEWS WILL H* (WILL H MATTHEWS & CO), 

r 805 Asheboro (See top lines) 

MATTHEWS WILL H & CO (WILL H MATTHEWS), 

clothing, hats, and gents' furnishings, trunks 
and valises, 304 S Elm (See top lines) 

MATTHEWS & HAMMER (J T MATTHEWS, J M HAM- 

mer), genl ins agts, 302-J- S Elm (See top lines) 
Maus Chas,* tailor H H Cartland, r 235 Belle Meade 

ave 
Maxwell W D,* carp, bds 331 W Lee 
May Blanche Miss, milliner Mrs N C Weatherly, bds 
222 S Forbis 
" Elsie J Miss, seamstress, bds 222 S Forbis 
" Jas D, wks W M Barber, bds 222 S Forbis 
" Jas M, steward Benbow House, r same 
" John F,* elk, bds 300 Chestnut 
" John M,* carp, r 300 N Chestnut 



> 

sO 



H 

PI 
m 









i> 

coJd 

CD 

O M 

to S 



CO 



Pomona Terra Cotta Co, 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 



SEWER PiPE, 
WELL TUBING, 
DRAIN TILE. Etc. 



/ 



Fresh, Tender Meats. 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 

Stalls 3, 5, 7, Ci y Market. 



184 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



CO . tt{ 

CD ^ * May Jos L, bricklayer, bfls 300 Ohestnut 

^ ^ CO '< Mary S (wid J H), r 222 S Forbis 

" Myrtle I Miss, seamstress, bds 222 S Forbis 

^__^ Mayhan Jas P,* wks Hucomuga Mills, r 205 W Whit- 

c: - tington 

ctJ o " Katie Miss, wks Hucomuga Mills, r 205 W Whit- 



en 



Uj 



O 

O CO s 



CO C5 



tmgton 
da Si " M Fannie Miss, wks Hucomuga Mills, r 205 Whit- 

■a CO ?J tington 

^ Mayo Annie J Miss, bds 230 E Market 

" Minnie (Mrs T H), dressmkr 230 E Market, r same 
" Thos H,* elk O F Pearce, r 230 E Market 
~~ McAdam Julius,* figman So Ry, bds 610 S Elm 

■I McAdoo Albert M,* r 221 Belle Meade ave 

^ McADOO CALVIN N (T J & C N McADOO), 102 S DAVIE 

bds 329 McAdoo ave 
" Geo W,* janitor M & M Assn, r 1011 Ashe 
McADOO HOUSE, PERKINS & HALL PROPRS 307 S 

Elm (See Adv) 

McADOO HOUSE CIGAR STAND, A G STROUD PROPR, 

cigars, tob and news dlr, McAdoo House 

Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 

JVLcAdoo Hoase 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Perfect 
Appointments. 

jVIanagen^ent. 



r^ CO 

S? LLJ 

rs cs 

=3 as 

CO oo -* 



oo 




Elegant Sample Eooms Free. 
Free Bus Meet all Trains. 



PERKINS & HALL. Proprietors. 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plumbing 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 




W, F. CLEGG, Propr. 



IN CONNECTION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 185- 



McADOO THOMAS J (T J & C N McADOO), PROPR 

G'boro Telephone Exch; bicycles, 115 E Market, 
bds 329 McAdoo ave (See insert) 

McADOO T J & C N, MORS ACADEMY OF MUSIC 418 

' W Market 
" Walter D,* real estate and loans, 309^ S Elm, r 334 

Asheboro 
" Wm D, collr, bds 334 Asheboro 

McALISTER ALEXANDER W,* V-PRES SOUTHERN 

Loan & Trust Co; secy and treas Southern Stock r 

Mutual Ins Co, and secy and treas Underwriters < 

of Greensboro, r 803 McMahon ^ 

McBride Elizabeth (wid Wm), r 331 W Lee o 

" S Elizabeth Miss, bds 331 W Lee g " 

McCabe W Walter^ genl mgr E J & A G Stafford, bds w •_ 

214 Buchanan § ^ 

McCarthy Jas E, train mstr So Rv, bde Benlbow House- h - 

McCauley John B,* elk S J McCauley, r 725 S Elm ^ 

" Saml J,* saloon 410 S Elm, r 406 E Market P 

McCLAMROCH BROS (J R & R S), MANTELS, GRATES - 

tiles, etc, 217 S Elm (See top lines) ^ 



^H^ •^^ 



CD 



(D 



Wn RAIN Cdntractor and Builder h 3D 
I Ul llfl I 11 e025^ SOUTH ELM STREET . '- 0^^ 



McCLAMROCH JAMES R (McCLAMROCH BROS), $ 

rms 301 S Elm 
" John, plasterer, bds 610 S Elm 

McCLAMROCH RUFUS S* (McCLAMROCH BROS), R 
344 W Lee 

McCLAMROCH WM L, WITH McCLAMROCH BROS, 

bds 208 Buchanan 
McClintock Saml M,* painter, r 888 S Cedar 
McCollum Elizabeth (wid Levi), bds 932 S Elm 

" Emily H (wid James), bds 110 S Ashe 

" Ruth C Miss, bds 928 S Elm 



Q > 



P Q) 

McCORKLE THAD C, PRES HAGUE-McCORKLE DRY 5? ||i | 

Goods Co, bds Benbow House ■^'^ c^a © °° 

McCormick Celestia T (wid W H), r 108 Bain »? E^ ^ o 

" Wm H, elk Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 108 Bain c i 5 5 f I 

McOracken R Alonzo,* gro 422 S Spring, r 509 Spring Fp-Jf.,-.! 

McCrary T Earl,* chf depty marshal, r 408 S Spring g^ 3 * £■ 

McCuiston Josiah T,* (Woodard & McCuiston), r W -•^5^1'^ 

Lee bey limits (i>5 5:=»-i^o 

" Katherine Miss, wks Hunter Mf g & Com Co, bdsi p ? » 1 5* 

839 Bellevue k^ °'*"X 

SHIRTS, 
COLLARS 
and CUFFS 



Greensboro Steam Laundry 

III-II3 West Market Street. Phone 72. 



OUR SPECIAL1Y. 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see ^^ ||3 

SOUTH ELM ST. 
Phone 163. 



MURRAY RROS. 





0) 


tf) 


o 


rt 


o 


I O 


■V 


bD 


btO 


c 


c 


■ BIB 


■ ■■■ 


1^^ 


jC 


0) 


♦^ 


■ 1^ 


O 


c 


■i"" 


^ 


O 


3 




u. 



186 MALONEY'S GREENSBOKO 

McCuiston N Miss, with Hunter Mfg & C Co, bds 839 

Bellevue 
McCullocb Annie C ^Miss, bds 735 Pearson 
" Geneva I\Iiss, bds 735 Pearson 

Mcculloch Joseph f,* editor & pubr our 

Cliurcli Iveeord, r 414 E McCulloch 
" Logan, bds 442 Arlington 
" Louisa (wid John), r 713 Asheboro 
" Pearl Miss, bds 735 Pearson 
" Robt A, bds 713 Asheboro 
" Thos F Eev,* r 735 Pearson 
" Velna Miss, steno Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 735 

Pearson 
-McDaniel Chas M, bds 1005 ^^'alker ave 
" Edw, painter, bds 916 S Elm 

" Henry C, driver Brown Mer Co, r 1005 ^Valker ave 
" Lillian L Miss, r 1005 Walker ave 
" Mamie E Miss, bds 1005 Walker ave 
McDonald Alma Miss, bds 312 E Market 
" John I), wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Jos J,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

^OPP_BEN BOW HOUSE. 

." Lizzie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Mary J Miss, r Proximity 

" Queenie Miss, bds 312 e"^ Market 
McDowell Chas E,* driver, r 221 E Sycamore 

" Emmie Miss, steno Keeley Inst, bds 327 Lindsay 

" Eugene E, lab, bds 327 Lindsay 

" J Edgar, butcher, bds 327 Lindsay 

'' Zilphia (wid J W), r 327 Lindsav 
McDuffie Archibald A,* r 452 Arlington 

" John E,* turn. 227 S Elm, r 452 Arlington 

" N James,* furn and undertaker, 336 S Elm, r 222 
S Spring 
McGee Lindsay A, wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, bds 231 

Lewis 
McGoldrick John J,* trav slum Simpson-S Shoe Co, r 

312 Summit ave 
McHaffie Ferrin H,* ship elk Merchants Gro Co, bds 

224 S Ashe 
Mclntvre Jas,* elect G'boro Elec Lt Co, r 108 N Forbis 
^cIVER CHAS D,* PRES N & I COLLEGE, R SPRING 

Garden nr limits 



JNO. A. YOUNG 

TROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, Shade and ... . 
Ornamental Trees 

VINES AND PLANTS. 



MATTHEWS & HAMMER 



Will Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident, 

302K South Elm Street. '%Ssu'rt:cl^^'^""' 



1899-1900 OITY DIRECTORY. 187 



O X CO H 

r- m o o 
s > c c 

^ 30 H o 
S H Z X 

*" 30 a 
oz2 



Mclver L P Miss, tchr As'heboro St Schl, r 328 Aslie- 

boro' _ 30 H o 
" Sarah J (wid M H), r Spring Garden nr limits 

McKaughn Sallie Miss, domestic C H Dorsett, r same _ 

McKelvie T A, agt, bds 205 W Washington :: o "^ ^ 

McKinnev Edw J,* bkpr Empire I & S Co, r 404 W -« 5 m * 

Market ^ ^ > = 

IVIcKINNEY GORDENTIA H, TREAS GUILFORD CO, R 2- 5 T ^ 

Buchanan =" 3 _ o 

" Wm R,* tobacco, bds 217 W Market *» -d » =' 

McKnight Annie Miss, milliner Mrs R H Carter, bds ^ =" 5 "° 

201 N Davie 

" W Albert, elk C M Vanstory & Co, bds 201 N Davie ^ 

McLamb Geo T,* gro 408 S Elm, r 820 Spring Garden S a* S " 

" Henry H, elk G T McLamb, bds 820 Spring Garden ? I -"^ S 

McLean C Chalmer iT G McLean & Son), r 318 E Bragg ^- » -• 

"^ Louise Miss, bds 303 Lindsay 5;-«= 3! ^ 

" Thos G* (T G McLean & Son), r 318 E Bragg < ^ » 3 

'^ T G & Son (T G McLean, C C McLean), genl mdse, p E^^o 

422 Asheboro ^ =; w 

" Thos L, elk C M A'anstory & Co. rms 349 N Elm ^ n^ 

GusEforiS bumbBrTMaiiufacturiiig Do. ^ 1 1 

524-32 South Ashe street. GREENSBORO. N. C. ' ^ 

a 
o 



oca 

2. o 

(O 



00 



McLean wivi c* secy j w scott &. co, r 320 n 

Forbis 
^' Wm P, county surveyor, r country 

McLeod Fred, wks Odell Hdw Co 

McMasters Bessie Miss, bds 303 Lindsay 
" Geo,* driver J J Phoenix, r 1 mile e limits C^9 

McNairy Eugene W, elk J W^ Scott & Co, bds 507 Ar- ^— 

lington a.^a| 

" John M, wks G'boro S & B Co, bds 507 Arlington • ^ 3 

" John W,* G'boro S & B Co, r 507 Arlington '. — *"" > 

" Julia Miss, bds 825 Pearson O rTI * 

" Warren, wks-(j'boro S •& B Co, bds 507 Arlington 



s — ^ 



McPherson Hugh, carp, bds 442 E Washington ^ ^Sl ^ 

" Lucien, painter, bds 442 E Washington ^ ^ 

Mead Elijah W,* painter, bds 331 W Lee i —4 » 

Meadow Thos D,* auctioneer Farmers Whse, bds 115 ^ ^ > o 

W^ Market 1 C30 ■ 

Mebane B Frank,* mfr Cone Exp & Com Co, r 335 • «^,^^ "< 

Church 

*' B Frank,* cotton, r 335 Church 

'' Berta P Miss, bds 330 S Ashe 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



McGlampoch Bpos. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



cd 


o 


-^ 


O) 




CJ> 






iHM 


jd 


a- 


u 


3 


e<o 


T3 


a. 


•■I 


C 


r=n 


j^ 


CT5 


sz 


rr— 


C33 


o 


CET 


r" 


> 


UJ 




<T^ 


I— 


tn 


&- 


«ec 




h- 


a 


a. 


03 


•«r 




-H* 


as 


*-• 




3P 


ca. 




cae 


E 




o 




LXJ 


t. 




oc 


Q. 







MarrteFs, Grates, 
... Tiles ... 

TRY OUR 

"CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE.' 

Farnisli Tiles and Xay Tile Floors. Get their Estimate. 

=n 188 M ALONE Y'S GREENvSBORO 

c >j "- — ^ ■ 

'2 . 'Zt Mebane Cornelius,* i- 336 S Ashe 

" Emma C (wid Wm G), bds 315 N Forbis 

" Geo A,* phys, r 304 S Edgewortb 

" Geo A,* engr So Rj, r 606 AsHeboro 

" Lettj W (wid W N), bdg hse 127 Summit ave, r 

same 
" Kannie G Miss, bds 315 N Forbis 
" R Jesse, cashr Harry-Belk Bros Co, bds 127 Church 
" Robt S, trav slmn, bds 336 S Ashe 
" W Giles, broker, r 315 N Forbis 
Medearis John H,* condr A & Y Ry, r 356 W Lee 

MELTON JOHN T,* HD CLK J A DODSON, R 329 N 

Elm 
Melvin Alex C, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
'* Bettie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Dora M Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Jas L,* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona, N C 
" Marshal H,* lab, r Proximity 
** Robt H,* florist N & I College, r Railroad ave bey 

limits 
" Saml O, elk C^ldcleugh & Bro, rmis 219^ S Elm 

ALDERMAN 1 Photographer. 

Mendenhall Chas S, wks G'boro S & B Co, bds 629 
Asheboro 
" Edw J, student, bds 329 E Bragg 
" Gertrude W Miss, tchr N «& I College, r Spring Gar- 
den nr limits 
" Hattie E Miss, bds 629 Asheboro 
" Irma M Miss, bds 629 Asheboro 
" Jabez R* (G'boro S & B Co), r 629 Asheboro 
" Walter W, wks G'boro S & B Co, bds 629 Asheboro- 
" Wm D, secy and treas Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r 329 
E Bragg 

MERCHANTS GROCERY CO, INCOR, J W COHE^f 

prest; Wm Simpson, secy and treas, 314-16 S 

Elm 
" & Manufacturers Assn, R Percy Gray, prest; W T 

Stewart, secy and treas, 2nd floor Katz bldg 
Merrimon Bessie Miss, bds 820 Guilford ave 
" Branch H,* handle mfr 722-24 Guilford ave, r 820 

same 
" Nellie Miss, bds 820 Guilford ave 



BIA f% II IMP0R1ERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

agUe-MCGOrkle Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S. Elm Street. 



CO 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdoc House Buildingi 



TOILET ARFICLES. 
. . .FINE CIGARS, 

Soda ani Mineral Waters, 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 189 



0) 



MERRITT J HARPER,* DIST AGT PENN MUTUAL 

Life Ins Co, special agent Aetna Accident ins CC ^^ 

Co and Travelers Accident Ins Co; P O Box 77, 5 ^^ 

4 Katz bldg, bds S Forbis (See bottom lines) 1 ^Jl 

" John W,* trav slmn, r 810 Pearson *^ 

Mesley Eliza (wid Rodrick), bds 204 N Forbis £ ^T 

" Jas W,* wks G T Glascock & Son, r 204 N Forbis !" g ^m 

Michaux Anna M Miss, tclir Lindsay St School, bds 238 ^ • ^^ 

E Washington ^ fl\ 

" Annie G Miss, bds 238 E Washington S W 

" Edw R, phys 301 S Elm, ISds 238 E Washington 

MICHAUX JOHN S, ATTY & CITY CLK 112 N ELM, 

bds 238 E Washington 
" Martha R Miss, bds 238 E Washington f 

" Wm H,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity o ^hm 

" Wm W, elk Odell Hdw Co, bds 238 E Washington ? n, J| 

Middleton Frank F, elk G W Ward, bds 822 Spring % ^ JJ^ 

Garden " * jj} 

" M Heywood Miss, r 822 Spring Garden ** 

'' A^irginia B Miss, bds 822 Spring Garden 
Milan Henry D, farmer, bds 405 Jackson 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 

103 W. nARKBT 5TRBBT. 



3 



n 



% 






^' Mary W Miss, tchr N & I College, bds 405 Jackson 

" Nannie T Miss, bds 405 Jackson %^^ 

" Nathan, elk I Isaacson, r 405 Jackson 

MILLER EDWARD A,* MGR GREENSBORO STEAM 

Ldry, r 302 N Davie 

" J Daniel, rector St Andrew's Episcopal Ch, bds 322 ^ 

Gorrell 

" Nellie Mrs, r 224 E Washington ^ 

Millikan Jas M,* U S Marshal, bds 444 Gorrell g 

Mills Geo W, real estate, bds 608 S Elm " -■ _l 

Minor Jas B,* (S S Mitchell & Co), r 308 N Davie '? 3 ? 

Mitchell A Bonnie,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ^ ea 

'' Callie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity f EL fi9 

" Jas A,* carp, r Proximity *^ "" ~ 

" John, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity | Q 

" Jos J,* elk G H Royster, bds 434 Church S Zf. 

" Sarah (wid E), bds 824 Walker ave S 3 

" Saml S (S S Mitchell & Co), bds 435 W Market w O 2. 

" S S & Co (S S Mitchell. J B Minor), genl mdse 239 p Cf. (ft 

(B) N Greene O ■ 

" Warren, elk So Ry, bds 404 W Market 3 

w 



o 



M~PENN Mutual Life'-=- 

See J. H. nERRITT, 4 Katz Building. 



Will H. Matthews & Co. ZTm^^s 

304 South Elm Street. FOR CASH ONLY. 



crj 190 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

F^ ___ _ 

Q Mitchell Wm R,* r Proxiniity 

O " Wm T, wks G T Glascock & Son, r 521 Arlington 

^O Mofftt Henry L, ctiri), r 102 N ]>avie 

Z 2 >5 Mogridge Richd P, bill poster, bds 330^ S Elm 

~ Q O Money C Houston,* wks Hucomuga Mills, r 209 W 

2 'r^ fl Wliittington 

— O ^ Monroe Emma J Miss, proprss Monroe House, r same 

F ^ ^ " House, Miss E J Monroe, proprss, 124 Buchanan 

>. ^^ " Oscar W* (Pitts & Monroe), r 449 McAdoo ave 

2 c/T fl Montgomery Era E Miss, steno Singer Mfg Co, bds 230 

51 'O C^ W Bragg 

U 5 >a " John L,* mchst C F Mfg Co, r 230 W Bragg 

C5 rt^ " John W,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 

,2h " Junius, wks Geo Mfg Co, r Proximity 

>^ ^ '' Lizzie A Miss, seamstress H H Cartland, bds 215 E 

Market 
" Lou M Miss, seamstress H H Cartland, bds 215 E 

Market 
" Mabel F Miss, bds 230 W Bragg 
" Wm I,* fireman So Ry, r 525 Martin 

B. L. wiWCATEl^^^"'^ "^^^""^^^ A"^"^ 

123 South him Street. j ATTACHMENTS. 






Moody Austin,* architect 106^ S Elm, bds 235 N Edge- 
worth 
" Jos, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Moon Clay bourne F,* wks G T Glascock & Son, r 429 

W Bragg 
Moore Amos F,* shoemkr, 313 S Elm 
" Chas E,* mer, r 212 N Cedar 

MOORE JOSEPH S, BKPR R W BROOKS, BDS 234 

Belle Meade ave 
" Minnie H Miss, tchr G F College, bds same 
" Philip,* trav slmn, r 439 McAdoo ave 
" Richd R Rev,* r 1009 Walker ave 
" Wm M,* carp, r 121 Bain 
" Wm S,* genl mdse 123 E Market, r 214 Same 
Morehead Eugene,* livery stable 348 S Elm, r 420 Fac- 
tory 
" Jas T, atty 104^ N Elm, r 205 W Sycamore 
" Jos M,* atty, r 215 S Eugene 
" Minnie, laund, r 234 E Gaston 
Morgan Robt L, driver T M Pickard & Co, bds 622 
Keogh 



'S.. 

5 uiii«Jiiui>ii) 

300 South Elm Street. OUTFITTERS. 



Cape Fear M'nfg Co. 



Rough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 
BUILDINQ MATERIAL OF ALL KISDS. \ 209-215 LeWiS St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIBECTQEY. 191; «. 

Morressette Etta (wid Duen), nurse R H Carter, r same — rj 

Morris Alfred S,* carp Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 2 < 

MORRIS & CO (W J CLARY), DEPT STORE 31 8 S ELM ^ O 

Morrison Chas, (Morrison & Bro), r 506 W Lee (t> ^ 

" Lillian L Miss, bds 506 W Lee O "^ 

" Neal H,* wks Prox Mfg- Co, r Proximity C .^ O 

" Robt,* (Morrison & Bro), r 515 W Lee H JH SI 

'' W John,* farmer, r 506 W Lee I — -« 

" «& Bro (Kobt & Chas), meat mkt, 218-20 Lewis m rT '"PS 

Morrow Nina Miss, tchr N & I College, bds 1027 Spring r Q. ^ 

Garden s T* 

Morton Chas W, wks So Ey, bds 117 Bain JID S 

" Frank P,*' mgr Benbow House, rms 104 S Greene tf3 *-»- O 

" J Filmore,* elk, r 117 Bain H -^ 

" Minnie Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 117: ^ -g" 

Bain in ^4. 

Moseley Lena Miss, bds 822 Pearson W "' 

Mullican Wm P,* wks C F Mfg Co, r 629 S Ashe P 2 
Murchison John A,* carp, r Eandolph ave bey limita 
" J Colin,* train mstr A & Y Ey, r 302 E Market 
" Murdoch M, yd mstr A & Y Ey, bds 112(713) Mc- 
Adoo ave 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



Murphy Hattie Madam, r 104 East 
'' Mary Mrs, r 2068 E Market 

MURRAY BROS (R W & C H), GENL INS 113 S ELW 

(See top lines) 

MURRAY CHARLES H (MURRAY BROS), BDS 323 

Asheboro 
, " Ernest A,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
" Guy F, elk J A Murray, r same 
" Harry H, student, bds 323 Asheboro 

K. W. MURRAY. C. H. MUEKAY. 

MURRAY BROTHERS 
GoiiOTa.1 In^uranco 

FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, PLATE GLASS 
AND SURETY. 

Phone 168. - - - - 113 South Elm Street.. 

We Solicit a Share of Your Business. . 



3 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 

General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs. 



Staple and Fancy Groceries. PHOENIX & AIKEN 

SPECIAL ATTENTION 

TO SELECT RETAIL TRADE. 210 South DavJe Street. 






2 < 
£ LU 

o LU 









192 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



o 

0) 

lb. 
M> 
(A 

£ 

3 
O 
CO 

(0 

CM 

M 
I 

CO 

CI 

CO 



Murray Jas A, grocer 806 E Market, r same 
** John B, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" John W,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Josephine Miss, wlvs Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Margaret (wid W R), r 323 Asheboro 
" Nathan L,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Nettie E Miss, bds 323 Asheboro 
" Noah,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" R S, wks S Finishing Mill 
" Reuben W, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

MURRAY ROBERT W* (MURRAY BROS), & FIRE INS 

agt, r 323 Asheboro (See top lines) 

" Wm A, student, bds 323 Asheboro 

Myrick Annie (wid J A), proprss Myrick House, r same 
" House, Mrs Annie Myrick, proprs, 219-21 W Market 
" Jno M, collr Fishblate-Katz Co, bds 219 W Market 
" Maggie Miss, wks Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 321 

W Lee 

Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 



N 

Nading Frank A,* painter, bds 108 Bain 
Nantii Effle Miss, wks Prox Mfg C^', r Proximity 
Naylor Oliver L,* engr A & Y Ry, r 412(713) MeAdoo 

ave 
Neal Frank H trav slmn Simipson-S Shoe Co, bds Me- 
Adoo House 
" Henry,* farmer, r S Ry nr Laura ave 
" Isabel Miss, wks Prox Mfg Oo, r Proximity 
" John A, wks G'boro Roller Mills, r 528 W Lee 
" Margaret (wid Andrew), r Proximity 
" Minerva Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Pr^oximity 
" Susan Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Neefus Henry W,* trav slmn, r 119 Smith 
Neese J Henry,* mai-ble yd 115 E Sycamore, r 613 

Arlington 
Neilson Robt L, trav slmn Odell Hdw Co 
Neims Edw R, uphol 125 Buchanan, bds 213 E Wash- 
ington 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plumbing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



W. F. GLEe6 & BRO. FruirMce 



364-8 South Elm Street. 



tnd Commission Merchants. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



193 



Xelson Alice D Miss, bds 202 S Eugene 
" Amanda Miss, bds 202 S Eugene 
" John J, elk Superior Court, r 202 S Eugene 
" Olivia S Miss, bds 202 S Eugene 
" Rufus, wlvs S Finishing Mill 

Neweomb Elisha G,* saloon 231 S Elm, r 216 Payette- 
ville 

Newcomer Jennie Miss, elk D Ben'dlieim & Son, bds 

414 N Greene 
Xewell Jo'hn R, wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona 

X C 

J\IEWELL MYRON G* (M G NEWELL & CO), R 603 

Aslieboro 

NEWELL M G & CO (M G NEWELL, R S PETTY), 

buggies, carriages, wagons, harness, saddlery, 
farm implements and bicj^cles, 337 S Elm (see 
back cover) 

IMEWLIN OLIVER S (BRADSHAW & NEWLIN), RMS 

003 Asheboro 
Newman Geo F , elk So frt depot, bds 231 Lewis 
Newnam Hugh,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 

Wn RAIN Contractor and Builder 
I Ul Ulllll 3023^ SOUTH ELM STREET 

Newsom Jos E, printer Record, bds Wood House 
Nicholas John R,* mgr Proximity Mfg Go's Store, r 

Proximity 
Nicholson Alice Miss, bds 132 N Mendenhall 
" John M,* trav slmn, r 132 N Mendenhall 
" Julius, wks Eagle Fdry Co, r 214 Buchanan 
" Wm W,* wks Pomona Terra Gotta Co, r Pomona 
N C 
Noble Stephen N,* supt Empire I & S Co, r same 

1\I0 CHARGE CO, G BLAKE PROPR, GROCERS 510 S 

Elm 
Nocho Fi-ank, bds 401 E Market _ 
Norman Bettie Miss, bds 618 W Gaston 

" B Frank,* carp, bds 735 Pearson 
Norris Nellie M Miss, milliner Hinkle Bros, bds 431 N 

Greene 
1\I0RRIS SAMUEL B* (CAROLINA SHOE CO), R 130 

Price 




H 
C 
» 



q > 



30 

fi) 

fi) 



^ ^ s * ® 
50 i S- 



a; 2.« ^o 

S-= "n * 



»■ i S: a-'^ 
5' to t a* 

7v) 5 Q.5 



GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 

FINEST WOaK IN THE CITY. 



111-113 West Market Street. 



PHONE 72. 



MURRAY BROS. 

113 SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. 



INSURANCE. 



Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler., 



CO . 



■" (0 

Z© 



CO 

c 
o 

CO 

« < 1 
w t ^ 



CO i.„ 



194 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



The North Carolina 



Christian Advocate, 



ESTABLISHED 1855. IS 1H£ OFFICIAL ORGAN OF 
THE WEST EH N .mORIH CAROlINA CONFERENCE. 



It is a sixteen page weekly, printed on superior 
book paper ; is published every Wednesday at No.. 
120 West Market Street, Greensboro ; is nicely cut,. 
folded and pasted ; has an extensive circulation and 
represents a constituency of 70,000. 

Persons who desire a good, family, religious paper 
are requested to send for a sample copy. 

It is a First-Class Advertising Medium. Its readers are among; 
the best people in the State. 

REV. L W. CRAWFORD, Editor. 

O OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 

S NORTH CAROLINA CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, LW 

'*' Crawford editor, 12U \V Market 

C Norwood Tho®,* wks' Empire S & I Oo, r Proximity 
—J Nussman Louis, carp, r Proximity 




Oakley Curtis M, flagmn So Ry, bds 106 Bain 

*' David A, barkpr E G West 

'' Jas,*,earp, r Jacksonville 

'' Robt,* carp, r 910 S Cedar 
Gates Martitia R (wid G P), bds 427 Walker ave 
O'Brien Frances Miss, bds Benbow House 

" — Mrs (wid Geo), bds Benbow House 

" Nick J, supt So Ry, bds Benbow House 
O'Connor Hugh,* trav slmn, bds McAdoo House 

" John,* baker, r 339 S Ashe 

" J H, elk So Ry, bds Cleggs Hotel 

" May (wid Jas), r 904 Asheboro 

" Thos jr,* driver G'boro Stm Ldry, r S Elm 




TWO MILES EAST CITY. 



Nurserymen 



PHONE 43. 



Matthews & Hammer 



GENERAL 

Insurance Agents 

302>^ SOUTH ELM STREET. ^VsRepretnte?." 

1899-1900 CITY DIKECTORY. 195 o =c eo 4 

ODD FELLOWS HALL, 118 W MARKET, SECOND o2cg 



floor 



Boots and Shoes Made to Order. 



LADIES' ANO GENTS' FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. 



Repairing Done in the Best Manner and on Short Notice. I use the best 

White Oak Soles and Guarantee all my Work. Give 

me a call and be convinced. 



^ 30 H O 
S H X X 



ODELL HARDWARE CO, J A ODELL PRES, J NOR- ^<^^a 

man Wills secy, C H Ireland treas, 323-5 S Elm, "^ o z o: 

324-6-8 S Davie (see side lines) ' 2 O) S 

ODELL JAMES A,* PRES ODELL HDW CO, R 313 E ? h 2 ^ 

Washington I' S ? co 

" Paschal, wks Pi^ox Mfg Co, r Proximitv ^ H =3 

Ogburn Ella B Miss, bds 312 S Ashe " » - x %■ 

" T Bascom, elk Fishblate-Katz Co, bds 416 N Greene „ 2 5i- = 

" Wm C (Ogburn & Cranford), bds S Davie e3« ^ "^ 

" & Cranford (W C Ogburn, W L Cranford), livery ^ ^ 



a 



^ o — o 



stables, 310 S Davie • <o" 



Oldham Dora Miss, wks Proximity' Mfg Co, r Prox =:; 3 » o 



C/Jio ^ 



o -r-j o 



— TT 



03 I 



CD Q. = 



CD 



Jas E,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Lizzie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity -n 5' Z^ »' 

O'Leary John, dispr So Ry, rms 322 Asheboro ^*^ =' "Hi 

Olive Johnson C* grocer 121 S Davie, stall 6 city mkt, o S. ® » 

r 729 Walker ave " "^ 

Oliver J,* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona N C 

CuilfDPd^iiuinbBP Manufacturing Du. 

524- 32 South Ashe Str eet. GREENSBORO. N. C. ^ 

" Thos,* gun & locksmith 313 S Elm * ^ 

Omohundro Cora R Miss, bds 525 Lithia cd 

" Emma H (wid R C), V 525 Lithia 
O'Neal Geo W,* printer J J Stone, bds 106 S Greene 
Orrell Getsy Miss, bds 208 S Forbis 
" John V,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity ^^^ 

'^ Lee (wid Daniel), dressmkr 201 N Davie, bds same ^ZD 

" Queen Miss, bds 208 S Forbis ^— 

" Washington C* painter, r 208 S Forbis ■ 

ORZALI JOHN,* BOOT & SHOEMKR 102 N ELM, R ■ ^ s 

601 S Spring . ^^ > 

^^ JOHN ORZALI i^! 

No. 102 N. Elm Street. 5 ^^" H 

> C 

z — H " 

:<e=>3 

n 
-< 




OYCOTT 



116 W. Riflarket St. 



ALL KINDS OF. 



Feed and 
Seed Products. 



lUl 



McCLAMROGH BROS. 1 ^.r^^fef 'r^' 

''The Cahlll Special Crate" is tlie Best Made. See It. 



fc . 196 MALOXEY-S GREENSBORO 

M Q L_ Osborne Asa A,* brick layer, v 404 W Bragg 

- 55 " Ohas P, asst mailing elk P O, bdg 107 E Gaston 

§ ^ CD " Ehud L, wks E E Bain, bds 124 W Lee 

- oj 2g " Flora Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 404 
f- ^ W Bragg 

2 ^ OC " Jas K,* wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r Walker ave 
^ yJ bey limits 

■Co " Jane Miss, with Hunter' Mfg & Com Co, bds 825 
§ g ^ Bllbro al 

>• ^ " J Addison, elk Troxler Bros, rms same 

■ij < _ " John E,* trav slmn, r 454 Gorrell 

^ i^ " Lizzie Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 404 
,^_^ W Bragg 

j-y^ " Wm,* lab, rnis 216 Clinton 

C^S " Wm H,* pres Keeley Insti, r 402 W Washington 

■■■^^ O'Sullivan Josephine (wid John), bds 210 N Davie 

I Otterbourg John L, bds 114 W Bragg 

^■jj " L Leila (wid J J), r 114 W Bragg 

CJD OUR CHURCH RECORD, J F McCULLOCH EDITOR 

c5 & pubr ?.02| S Elm 

^p^ i- Overbey Clyde H Miss, r 422 N Greene 

SS S ALDERMAN 1 Photographer. 

^■^B" C ***"** ^11 MMf^MS ^ ^3]^ EA.ST MARKET STREET. 

" W R, wks Huff & Overbey, bds 422 N Greene 
" ^A^alter S* (Huff & Overbey), r 422 N Greene 
Overman Geo, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Owen Chas F, bds 424 E Washington 
" Deborah A (wid Jas), r 424 E Washington 
" John D,* supt George Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Lillie Miss, bds 424 E Washington 
" Osear, wks Geo Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Ozment Jos A,* wivs Proximity Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Nicholas B, Avks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
•" Walter R,* grocer Proximity, r same 



OJ 



Page Annie M Miss, tchr G F College, bds same 

" Percy C, bds Clegg Hotel 
Paine, Murphy & Co, F A Burgin mgr, stock and bond 

brokers 234^ S Elm 
Parker Amanda Miss, bds 313 N Forbiis 

" C A,* wks A & Y Ry, r 214 Belle Meade ave 



gS ■■ A II ^MPORIERS AND WHOLtSALEWb UP 

HflgUG-MGuOrklS Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY COODS CO. 320imI322S EIis Stmt. 



C. E. HOLTON 



MeAdoo House Building.. 



Prescription 
Work 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



197 



PARKER EDWARD P,* SECY & TREAS CRUTCH- 

field Hdw Co, r 332 Gorrell 

" Geo W,* wks G"boi-o Furn 3Ifg Co, r 131 W Lee 

" Jesse W,* tchr G F College, r 437 W Gastou 

" Mary Miss, r 109^ E Market 

'* Mrs (w-id Jonathan), r 109^ S Elm 

" W C, wks b^o Ry 

" Wm R, wks C F Mfg Co, r (310 S Elm 
Parks Mai-y Miss, bds 508 N Greene 
Parrish Archie, wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co 

" Corinne Miss, domestic, r Proximity 

" Geo L, wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co 

" Monroe M,* wks E E Bain, r E Washington 

" Thos M,* driver Prox Mfg Co. r Proximity 
Paschall Chas L,* propr Central Lodging House 330:^ 
S Elm 

" J A, wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Pomona N C 
Patrick Eula Miss, bds 606 W Lee 

" John C,* uphol 218 W Market, r 606 W Lee 
Patterson D G, wks So Ry. bds 214 Buchanan 

'^ Edna Miss, domestic C D Mclver, r same 

" G M, wks 8 Finishing Mill 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 

103 W. HARKET STREET. 



" Geo W, bkpr J W Scott & Co, bds 433 W Market 
" H M, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
" Hugh S,* grocer, r 118 X Davie 
" Nellie Miss, wks S Finishing Mill 
" Wm R.* elk So Ry frt depot, r 312 Walker ave 
Payne Libbie Miss, domestic J M Roberts, r same 
Payton Geo,* dispr So Ry, bds' 414 X Elm 
Peacock Dred,* pres G F College, r 320 College Place 
Pearce Arthur B, carrier Record, bds 225 E Market 
" Claude E,* engr So Ry, r 231 E Washington 
" Egbert F,* wks Brooks Mfg Co, r 505 W Bragg 
" Frank A, civil engr, bds 201 N Davie 
" Jas F, fireman So Ry, bds 225 E Market 
" Jas R,* auctioneer, r 225 E Market 
" Julia E Miss, elk Johnson & D, bds 225 E Market 
" Oscar F,* grocer 336 S Elm, r 218 E Market 
" R Eggleston,* policeman, r 407 N Cedar 
" Sherley W, brklayer, bds 225 E Market 
" W F, engr Brooks Mfg Co 




> 







F»r th« Bett 
and HMt 
Reliable 
AecldeRt 
lasHraiec 
Sm 



J.H.Merritt 



He Represents tn* 

€TNA AND TRAVElEli: 

Policies and Tickets Issued at 
the Greensboro Office, 

No. 4- K«tz Bulidlns. 



^r 



--— — ^' '~Vr— •"^Hta^Tft-ffT'i T-** II 1 .1 'iP. •* ■Tr"^t-r^n- n-^nrrir-i-T-TrrTn-ryirTrr- 



Will H, Matthews & Co. wTrokIbs 

304 South Elm Street one Pride. For cash Only. 



OS 






CO 




a> 


cp 




1- 


5. 




•^B. 


es 


co 


kU 


C3 


txo 


^E 




^ 


_J 


cu 


-^ 


lUi 


v— 


t/i 


^ 


,-^ 


^ 


►- 


'^ 


^ 


C/> 


^M 


Li- 


^^^ 


^3 




^^H 


lo- 


eu 
CO 


ce 



198 M ALONE Y'S GREENSBORO 

Peck Delbert S,* agt Life Ins Co of Va, r 818 Pearson 

Pedigo Wm, wks Geo Mfg Co 

Peeden C'lias,* carp, r rear 231 W Bragg 
" Freeman, wks G T Glascock & Son 
" Lincoln,* wks G'boro Furn Co, r 326 W Lee 

Peele Henrv E,* r 407 Lithia 

PEELE JOSEPH REV, PASTOR FRIENDS OH, BDS 

G29 Asiieboro 
Peeples Barnes, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
" Lillie Miss, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
•— ^ O Pegg Loton, wks S Finishing Mills, r Proximity 
cuo3Z _■ " Wm, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 

^ 2 PEGRAM JULIUS M,* SECY k TREAS' GUILFORD 
■g^ 2 Roller r^lill Co, r Pomona N C 

^ Pemberton Lillie E Miss, bds 219 S Greene 

^ " Thos R,clk H Matthews & Co, bds 219 S Greene 

- " Wm B,* r 219 S Greene 

Pender Jos S, pirinter C F Thomas, bds 622 Keogh 
■ Pendergrass W B, wks D R Hufflnes, rms same 

^2^) Penn Emmett C, tel opr So Ry, bds 346 Asheboro 

ta i B. lTIVIN GATE \ bicycles 

^ 123 S. Elm Street. ) and REPAIRS. 

*^ ^ PENN MUTUAL LIFE INS CO, J HARPER MERRITT 

■anaBaB p dist agt. 4 Katz bldg (see bottom lines) 

^^^" j" Pennington Harrison,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

I^Bii^ ^ Peoples Allen,* wks B H Merrimon, r country 

■■g^ ■* " Jas, wks B H Merrimon, r country 

^^™" Um " John ,* wks B H Merrimon. r country 

^SC " Pinckney. wks B H Merrimon, r country 

^■^ T5 PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK (THE), J W SCOTT PRES. 

' C J Ad Hodgin treas, 315 S Elm (see front coyer) 

Qd (C PEPPER N EUGENE, EDITOR THE TELEGRAM, BDS 

■7 ■ ■ ' 701 S Elm 

Perdew AY M,* engr A & Y Ry, r 202 S Mendenhall 
PERKINS ALPHONSO N* ' (PERKINS & HALL), 

r McAdo'O House (see ady) 
" Daisy Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 911 

Asheboro 
'' Lillie Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 911 
Asheboro 
^^^ '' Rosa Y (wid I W). r Asheboro bey limits 

IGS i. " Sallie W (wid Needham T), bds McAdoo House 

#i^^ n ' PERKINS & HALL (A N PERKINS, W A HALL), 

^TSJ" proprs McAdoo House 

RANKIN, CHISHOLM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 

300 SOUTH ELM STREET. ■■■ 



Cape Fear M'nf'g Co 

BUILDINO MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Rough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimat es Furpished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



199 



Permar John,* wks N & I College, r Walker hey lim 
Perry Wni I,* ear insp'r A & Y Rv, r 323 N Greene 
Peters Efmma T (wid H B), r 347" S Ashe 

" Mary B Miss, bds 347 S Ashe 

" Sidney N, elk Odell Hdw Co, bds 347 S Ashe 

" Troy, elk Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 347 S Ashe 
Petre Amanda Miss, tailoress H H Cartland, bds 320 N 

Greene 
Petty C W, ^ks Eagle Fdry Co, r 210 W Washington 

" Mary M Miss, tchr Normal School, bds 210 W 
Washington 
PETTY ROBERT S* (M G NEWELL & CO), R 601 

\\'alker ave 
Peyton Charlotte A Miss, bds 121 W Sycamore 
'' Geo V,* chief dspr So Rv. r 414 N Elm 

PHILLIPS BAXTER S,* FOREMAN TELEGRAM, R 711 

S Elm 

PHILLIPS GEO P, BUS MGR TELEGRAM, BDS 701 

S Elm 
'' Jos M, printer Telegram, bds 701 S Elm 
'' J Henrv,* grocer 500 Asheboi'o, r 518 same 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



PHILLIPS ROBERT M,* EDITOR & LESSEE TELE- 

gram, r 701 S Elm 
Phipps Luther C, inspr So Ry, r 358 W Lee 

'• Wm E (G'boro Hdw Co) /bds 512 Asheboro 
Phoenix Agnes B Miss, bds 411 Church 

" Geo E, elk So Rv frt depot, bds 411 Church 

PHOENIX JOHN J* (PHOENIX & AIKEN), & WHOL 

produce, 208-10-12 S Davie, stalls 3-7 city mkt, 
r 1 mile e of city (see top lines) 
" Robt H,* elk Phoenix & Aiken, r 411 Church 

PHOENIX & AIKEN (J J PHOENIX, D R AIKEN), RET 

grocers & produce, 210 S Davie (see top lines) 
Pickard Robt O* (T M Pickard & Co), r 233 N Cedar 
" Thos M* (T M Pickard & Co), pres Berger-Wood 

Tob Co, r 235 N Cedar 
" T M & Co (T M, W R & P O), grocers 101 E Market 
" Wm R* (T M Pickard & Co), r 249 N Spring 
Pike Carl A, steward McAdoo House, bds same 
" Wm E, elk, bds 713 Asheboro 
" Wm T, elk R A McCracken, r 713 Asheboro 



o 




lO 

S h^ 



m 

r 

H 

m 
m 



^ 







o 



O - I 



to •-i 



Mo 

22 



Pofflol pra Cotta Co. 

PeMOMAVN. C. Phone 60. . 



SEWER PIPE, 
WEit TOBING, 
DRAIN THE. Etc. 



Fresh, Tender Meats. 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 



Stills 3, 5, 7, Cliy Market. 



-""mr 



CO . 




f— T^L 


id 


ec^- 


>gX3 


% 




•^ 
^ 


T3 CO 


O 


^ 


«o 


C3 CO 


Mt 


^22 




T3 cn 


J? 


&■« k^ 


CO 


CO CD 





MALONEY'S GREENvSBORO 



CO 

UJ 
C9 



OO f<> 



Pinnix M Heury,* tiav slinn, r 120 S Aslie 
Piper Ed L,* engr So Ry, bds McAdoo House 
Pittman Annie M Miss, tclir Lindsay St School, bds 
313 Lindsay 

Pitts Julius R* (Pitts & Moni-oe), r 021 W Lee 
" & Monroe (J R Pitts, O AV Monroe), lumber So Ry 
& A & Y Ry 

PLANTERS HOTEL, MRS M H BURKS PROPRS, 210 

N Elm, r same 

Pleasants John J,* wks C C Townsend, bds 335 S Elm 
" Lewis B, briekmason, bds 505 S Spring 
" Peter A,* yd conductor So Ry, bds 335 S Elm 
" Thos J,* painter, r 828 S Elm 
'* Wui R,* stone & brick contr, r 505 S Spring 
Poe Grant P,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ^ 

Poezolt Harry,* tailor H HCartland, bds 235 Belle 
Meade ave 

POMONA HILL NURSERIES, J VAN LINDLEY NUR- 

sery Oo proprs, Pomona N C 

Greensboro Ice $: Coal Co. 

i»xa:o3xr:B 33. 

POMONA TERRA COTTA CO, INCOR, J VAN LINDLEY 

pres, AV C Boren secy & treas, C P Boren supt, 
Pomona N C 
Pool J Eugene, elk E J & A G Stafford, bds 202 S Ashe 

" Lillie F Miss, bds 202 S Ashe 

" Nellie M Miss, bds 202 S Ashe 

" Solomon Rev,* r 202 S Ashe 

" Warren D, asst mailing elk P O, bds 202 S Ashe 
Poole Annie S Miss, bdte 422 W Lee 

" Ezekiel,* trav slmn, r 824 Walker aA'e 

" E T, elk S Finishing Mill 

" Gertrude G Miss, bds 422 W Lee 

" Julia E Miss, bds 422 W Lee 

" T Irvin,* brick mason, r 422 W Lee 

" Walter R,* contr, r 500 W Lee 
Pope John A,* bds 423 W Lee 

" John E,* wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, r 423 W Lee 

" Julius A, wks G'boro Furn Mfg Oo, r 427 W Lee 
Porter Annie G Miss, bds 409 N Cedar 

" F L, elk G'boro Book Store, bds 223 Summit ave 

" Jas A,* upholsterer, r 409 N Ctedar 



&o 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plamblng. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATINO. 



HOTEL 0LE6B 

W. F. CLEGG, Propr. 



IN C ONNEC TION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



201: 



Porter R Edwin, student, bds 409 N Cedar 

" Ruth W Miss, bds 223 Summit ave 

" Shelly W, wks Bonner Warehse, rms 204 W Market 
PORTER W CLARK,* WITH ASHEBORO ST PHAR- 

macT, r 223 Summit ave 
" W Clark jr, elk H Gardner, bds 223 Summit ave 
Potts Emma V Miss, bds 213 E Washington 
'' Geo, pressman J J Stone, bds 213 E Washington 
" Geo,* painter, r 102 X Davie 

" Wm G,* uphol 200 Market Sq, r 213 E Washington' 
Powe Wm T, elk Odell Hdw Co, bds 435 W Market 
Powell David L, wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, bds 706 S 
Spring 
" Ida J Miss, bds 700 S Spring 
Powers Monroe, v/ks I'rox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Preston Scott, driver G'boro Stm Ldry, bds Walker 

ave 
Pretzfelder Max,* elk D Bendheim & Sons, r 516 W 

Gaston 
Price Julian,* dispr So Ry, r 225 Lindsay 

Wn RAIN Contractor and Builder 
I Ul Ufllll 3023^ SOUTH ELM STREET 

" Wm J, trav slum Merchants Gro Co, bds McAdoo 
House 
Prince Jas H,* carp, r 913 Walker ave 

" Lula E Miss, bds 913 Walker ave 
Pritchett Annie Mrs, bds S03 Asheboro 

" Catharine (wid Z), r 912 E Market 

" Eliza (wid Wm), r 921 S Elm 

" John A,* J P 114 E Sycamore, r 410 Asheboro 

" Julius G, wks Standard Oil Co, bds 610 S Elm 
Proctor Annie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Hiram T.* wks Thompson & A, r 511 S Elm 

" Jo'hn,* bricklayer, r Proximity 

" Mollie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" T Gilmer,* painter, r 351 W" Bragg 

PROVIDENT SAVINGS LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY 

of X Y, J Sterling Jones mgr, 1 Katz bldg 
PROXIMITY IVIFG CO, INCOR 1895, C CONE PRES, 

B X Duke (Durham N C) v-pres, F J Murdoch 
(Salisbury N C) secy & treas, R G Campbell 
supt, mfrs dyed cotton goods. Proximity 
" Mfg Go's Store^ gen mdse, J R Nicholas mgr, Prox; 





GTeensboro Steam Laundry 

lU-IBWMlliiibtStrNL PtONll 



SHIRTS, 
COIURS 
and CUFFS 

OUR tPECIALIT. 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see ^^ ||3 

SOUTH ELM ST. 
Phone 163. 



MURRAY BROS. 






CD :-202 MALOXEY'S GREENSBORO 

Hj* "O Pruden Geo T, elk L L Clegg. bds Hotel Clegg 

tfiiJ O Primer Frank J, elk B Stadeim & Son, rms S Elm 

Cfl O Pryor Wm H,* civil euj-r, r 511> W Gaston 

■T" QJ Fngh Annie Miss, music tclir. bds 334 E McCulloch 

" Chas E.* o-rocer 121 E Market, r X Church 

" Emma (wid Samuel), dressmkr 739 Pearson, r same 

" John W,* g-rocer 219 Summit ave. r 221 same 

" J W, wks S f^lnishing Mill, r Proximity 

'^ "TJ " Kate E iwid Frank), r 334 E McCulloch 

4-1 . . " Kate P Miss, bds 334 E McCulloch 

O C Puryear R Oliver,* engr So Ry, r 736 Pearson 

O^"" ^ " Sallie Miss, bds 736 Pearson 

■3 Putnam Geo,* wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Pomona 

ll ^' ^ 

__^^_^_^_ " J E,* wks Pomona Terra Cotta C. r Ponoma X' C 

'*' AV J.* Avks Pomona Hill X'urserie-s, v Pomona X C 

#-H% PYTHIAN CASTLE, 225 1-2 S ELM THIRD FLOOR 



F^arlss Pharmaoy, 



OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 



Quade Vina Miss, nurse, bds 200 X Elm 
Quate Annie Miss, bds 8SS S Cedar 

" Cora B Miss, slsladv Hinkle Bros, bds 431 X^ Greene 

" David M, bds 431 X Greene 

" Richard,* r 431 X Greene 

" Yancy A, printer C F Thomas, bds 431 X' Greene 



Racket Store, Samj>le Brown Mer Co proprs, 332 S Elm 
Ragah Ed L, bds McAdoo House 

" 1 Francis, elk :Morris & Co, bds 323 Lindsay 
Railroad Eating House, C Gresham propr 116 Buch- 
anan 
Ralls Thos O,* farmer, r 226 Smith 
Randall Annie (Mrs W.G), registrar X^ & I College, r 

1025 Spring Garden 
■'' \\m G,* artist X' & I Col, bds 1025 Spring Garden 



JNO. A. YOUNG 

■Ul!-,' ^'Vi'.■ TROPRIETOR / '.'/.J. 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, Shade and . . .\ 
\ C'l Ornamental Trees 
YiNES AND PLANTS. 



MATTHEWS & HAMMER 

- 302^ 'South Elm Street; ;; ^l^ouri^su'^i^^^^^^^^^ 



li Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident, 



1S99-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 203 = ^ - = 
O Z C/} "H 

Rauldn Augustus L,* real est, r 328 Asheboro o > c c 

" Caroline Miss, bds 743 Cliureli so H o 

RANKIN, CHISHOLM, STROUD & REES (INCOR), I ^^ S ^ 

( "^^ R Raukiu, T L Chisholm, J B Stroud, W H fn ^_, g o 

Rees), clothiuy. men's furuisliings and hats, - o ^ 

m * 



300 S Elm (see bottom lines) 



G A, shun C M Vanstory & Co, bds 210 S Ashe 1 m > 

Ida J Miss, bds 328 Asheboro 

Jane (wid Persis), r 743 Church p 



J Turner* (Rankin & Hodgin), r 743 Pearson « 15 S- 



Jas M, trav shun Mer Gro Co, bds 210 S Ashe 
" John H,* r 210 S Ashe 

" John H jr, shun J M Hendrix & Co, bds 210 S Ashe 
"• Lacy E, elk Bo frt depot, bds 210 S Ashe 
'•, Margaret L Miss, bds 210 S Ashe 
" ^" Callie Miss, elk Thacker & Brockmann, r Church 
" Walter H. elk J H White & Co, r 115 W ^tlarket 

RANKIN V^iVI R* (RANKIN, CHISHOLIVI, STROUD & 

Rees), r 433 W Market 
" & Hodgin (J T Rankin, R E Hodgin), shoes 516 S 
Elm 

CuilfDPEl IiumbBP Manulactupiiig Co. 

524-32 South Ashe Street. GREENSBORO. N. C. 



cfl Z ~ CO 

o 



W - c ta 



CD 


o 


»- —1 

— O 


C£3 


-5 


bacco 
Leaf, 


3- 


CO 




o 


"~ 


?r 


B3 — . 


Tl 


3 

(a 


-n"' 


P 




=■ "n 


< 


S- 


a -» 


O 




- 93 


-J 


^~ 


— «CJ 


■ 




S -s 




■a 


— » 




CD 
<J) 


=•2. 




CD 






■ Oi 






^ 






CD 






CD 






F+ 









Raper Ira P,* glazier G'boro B & B Co, r country 
Rasche Gertrude Miss, housekpr Mrs J A Odell, r same 

Rawlins \\'m H,* elk A & Y Ry, r 450 Gorrell . <^ 

Ray Angeletta (wid D L), r 215 E Market - CS 

" J B, wks Brooks Mfg Co, bds 331 W Lee ;.. . ^^^ 

" Jas D, wks Hucomuga Mills > j 

" John W,* wks Bo Ry, r 431 W Lee '. ™g« 5 

" Martha A Miss, bds 307 W Washington ■'. '-'^ > 

" Miles D, wks Hucomuga Mills, bds 203 W Whit- JJ [3Z ^ 

tington ^ ^^^^ 5 

" Peter L.* printer Record, bds 215 E Market d -^^^ 5 

Rayle Edw W,* printer, r Asheboro bey limits ^ , c 

Read Effle Miss, bds 220 W Washington § !IZj m 

Reaves Wm, wks G T Glascock & Bon, r country ;,.; m^^ q 

Redding W^m E, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ■ -< 

;REECE JOSEPH M* (REECE & ELAM), R104S 

Greene 

" Susie L Miss, bds 104 S Greene CTD 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

lie. West Market Street. ' 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



McElamrach Bras. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Mantels, Grates, 
... Tiles 



••• 

TRY OtJR 



''CAHILLSPECUL6IUTE.'' 



Famlsli TtiM Mi4 L«7 Ttl« Floor*. C>«t tUrtr KatlmMc 



cn 





o 


c3 




Ui 


BHB 


.0 


ClU 


o 


3 


c^ 


TS 


0. 


^ 


c= 


O) 


^ 


c« 


^c 


er-- 


.1* 




> 






1- 


^ 


Q. 





ar 




+-• 


CD 



.0 ^ 



(0 

0) 



< 



CQ 



204 MALONEY'S GREEySBORO 

.^ OLDEST DAILY IN GREENSBORO. 

The Record. 

$4.00 a Year. jt jt ^ All the News. 

Published Every Afternoon 
Except Sunday. 

REECE & ELAM, Editors and Proprietors. 



Fine Job Printing Neatly Executed. 

REECE & ELAM 

Proprietors 

DAILY and WEEKLY RECORD. 



— liii'EENSBORO, N. C, 



222 S. Eim Street. Let TTs Give an Estimate. 

ALDERMAN 1 Ph?lographer. 



1133^ EAST MARKET STREET. 



toD &D REECE & ELAM (J M REECE, H J ELAIVI),EDITGRS 

gj^ J5 *-^ proprs Ihiilv Record, and job printers, 222-4 S 

BiBB E Elm (see advj 

£^ ^ Reed Webb A, elk A G Kirkmau, rms Ashe 

£^ ^ Rees Ethel Miss, domestic D C Hill, r same 

*^^ - " Floyd A, lab, bds 112 W Gaston 

" Jno T, elk Rankin. C. S. .& R, r 210 N Davie 
" Lavinia A (wid John), r 210 N Davie 
" R Monroe, chief of police, and city tax collector 
1014^ E Market, rms same 
O " Sam"! B.* o-nard countv jail, r 112 W Gaston 

CO REES WM H* (RANKIN; CHISHOLM, STROUD & 

o Rees), r 214 W Gaston 

^ Reeves Geo D, tel opr So Ry, bds 346 Asheboro 

Ijj " Geo G, tel opr So Rv, rms 311 Asheboro 

r/> Z " Michael R. elk Odell Hdw Co, bds 435 W Market 

Jm« O " Ricbard E, bkpr Hunter Mfg Co, bds 435 W Market 

Q Register Lacy W, flagmn A & Y Ry, bds 923 Bellevue' 

" Minnie Mi'ss, bds 923 Bellevue 
Reid Caroline S (wid H K), bds 404 Asheboro 
" Fuller L, elk Fariss Pharmacy, bds 442 W Market 



HagUe-mCuOrKle Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 32D mt m i. Eli stmt. 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdoe House Buildings 



TOIIET ARriClES. 
. . . FINE CIGARS. 

Soli inJ Hlneial Waters. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 205 



(I) 



Keid Minnie (wid Frank L), r 442 W Market - ^1^ 

" Minnie L Miss, bds 442 W Market S" W 

Beiney D, steno So Ex Co, bds 356 S Elm C ^^ 

lleinliard A L, jeweler & optician Scliiffman Jewelry » £■ 



!"B 



(D 



Co 
Keitzel Julius F, dispr A & Y Ry, bds 210 Ashe 
Rerolution Cotton Mills, incoi', E Sternberger pres ^ 5 

S Frank (Baltimore Md) v-pres, H Sternberger 
secy & treas, mfrs Canton Flannel, | mile n w 
of city 

Reynolds Anna Miss, bds 323 E Bragg * ^J 

" Chas W, Avks Guilftord S i& B Co, bds 323 E Bragg |J 3 

" Cyrus A,* pres Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r 323 E Bragg 
" E Addison,* wks O F Mfg Co, r 106 W Bragg ^ • 

" Frank A,* wks C F Mfg Co, r Asheboro bey limits § 

" Herbert L, wks Guildford S & B Co, bds 323 E Bragg | *n 

Rhodes J H, barber, r Danville Va | % 

'" Wm E,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity h ** 

Rice Augustus H,* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r p QC 

Pomona N C ' §. 

" John F,* mchst C F Mfg Co, r 730 Pearson « 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. I 

103 W, HARKET STREET. ? 



7} 

fi) 

5" 

fi) 



" Robt F,* trav slum Standard Oil Co, r Asheboro 
bev limits 
RICE THOMAS B, PROPR TOM RICE JEWELRY CO, 

bds Asheville bey limits {see center lines) 
RICE (TOM) JEWELRY CO, T B RICE PROPR, 103 W 

Market (see center lines) ^ 

'' Wm O,* wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Pomona ^ 

Richardson E E,* mchst So Ry, r 413(712) McAdoo ave h 

" Elmer E, dentist, bds 615 W Gaston g 

" F M Miss, seamstress, bds 809(509) Guilford ave - -- -^ 

" Florence E Miss, printer Record, bds 809(509) Guil- ^ ^ O 

ford ave L. f m 

RICHARDSON JAS N,* ASST PEOPLES SAVINGS C = — 

Bank, r 615 W Gaston * » i-i 

" John, wks Telegram-, bds 809(509) Guilford ave I W D 

" John W,* contr, r 809(509) Guilford ave I ^" O 

" Lillie B Miss, bds 809(509)' Guilford ave I g 3' 

" Lunsford,* secy & treas Richardson Drug Co, r 118 ^ S- St 

Smith ' ^ 5" - 

" L Drug Co, incor R G Vaugihn pres, J M Walker ^ 

v-pres, L Richardson secy & treas, 329-31 S Elm d) 



M— PENN Mutual Life"".'- 

5ee J H. nERRITT, 4 Katz Building. 



Will H. Matthews & Co. 



The One Price 
CLOTHIERS 

304 South Elm Street. FOR CASH ONLY. 





CO 




T3 




O 




o 




jr^ 


z 


CO 


o 

z 


o o 






o cc 


z 


^^ 


>- 


^^ 


K 


CO C 


> 

u 






O © 




•p.^ 




>jCO 




&^ o 




QX 



206 MALONEYVS GKEENSBORO 

Kkhardson ^l E Miss, artist, bds S()()(o()9) Guilford ave 

" Steven A, lab, hds 809(509) Guilford ave 
RICHARDSON WM J, PHYS 2-3 KATZ BLDG, OFFICE 
hours 11 to 1 & 4 to 6, phoue 2L', bds 015 \V 
Gaston 

" Wm R,* city engr 112 N Elm, rms same 
Ricks Mary E Miss, bds 215 B Eugene 
Ridenh'our Walter M, elk G'boro Natl Bank, bds 433 

W Market 
Ridge Carl C, carrier Record, bds 224 Ashe 

" C Edney, student, bds 116 S Spring 

" Mai-tlm F (wid M C), r 224 S Ashe 

" Saml N,* carp, r 222 W Bragg 

" Wm J,* furniture, 330 S Elm,_r 116 S Spring 
Ringstaff John D,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Ritzel Julius, opr A & Y Ry, bds 210 S Ashe 
Rives Chas M, elk So Rv frt depot, bds 314 Walker 

" Ida F (wid W^ C), r 359 S Eugene 
Roach Cora Miss, wks Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 104 

Bain 
Robbinis Albert,* farmer, r Proximity 



g B. L. WINCATEl^^^'^'' '^^^""'^^ AND 

2 123 South Elm Street. j ATTACHMENTS. 

u ' ~' 

H Roberson W L, engr A & Y Ry, r W Washington 

Q Roberts Bessie J Miss, bds 227 Smith 

i:J " Etta B Miss, elk R G Fortune & Co, bds 531 S Elm 

^ " Florence M Miss, bds 531 S Elm 

N '' Jennie B (wid Jacob W), wks Richardson Drug Co, 

y r 227 Smith 

Q '' John M,* elk W F Clegg & Bro, r 531 S Elm 

3 " Julia L Miss, bds 531 S Elm 
" Lindsay H, elk, bds 531 S Elm 

§ " Pearl E Miss, bds 227 Smith 

Q Robertson D Wm, electrician, bds 443 W Sycamore 

Q " Julius B,* shoemk 114 Lewis, r same 
^ • " Lucy H (wid D A), tchr N & I College, r 443 W 

^ Sycamore 

>j " Robt F,'* dentist W W Rowe, r 438 Church 

!s " Saml C, wks J H Neece, bds 108 Bain 

5 " Wm, bag mstr So Ry, bds 328 Gorrell 

^■■^ Robinson Albert T,* real est, r 310 S Spring 

CSm " dhas -^, painfer, bds 119 S Davie 

^^ifi^ " Geo E,* wks Proximity Mfg Co, r Proximity 

Rankin, Chisholm, Stroud & Rees •• mens .. 

300 South Elm Street. OUTFITTERS. 



Cape Fear M nfg Co 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Rough and Dressed 

Shingles, Etc. 
Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1809-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



207 



Robinson J no L,* painter, r 119 S Davie 
" Lesker, wks Geo Mfg Co, r W Market 
" Myrtle Miss, wks Geo Mfg Co, r W Market 
" U Lee,* engr A & Y Ry, r 343 E Bragg 

Rogers Agnes Miss, bds 609 S Spring 
" Okas W, carp, bds 1076 R R ave 
" Henry M, carp, bds 1076 R R ave 
" Mack,* cai-p, r 609 S Spring 
" Wm,* farmer, r 1076 R R ave 

Roles Marshall,* carp Guilford Lbr Co, r 116 Price 

Rorer Walter A, carp, bds 121 Bain 

Rose Saml,* painter, r 104 S Davie 

ROSENBLATT JOHN M,* JEWELER TOM RICE JEW- 

elry Co, r 615 W Market 
Ross E Worth, carrier Telegram, bds 619 W Gaston 
" Fannie E (wid Geo W), bkpr So Stock Mut Ins Co, 

r 619 W Gaston 
" G Floyd, elk S L & T Co, bds 619 W Gaston 
Rosson Wm B.* carp, r 912 S Elm 
Rowe Claude W, bds 602 W Market 
" Eugenia A Miss, bds 602 W Market 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



" Gilbert T Rev, pastor Proximity M E Ch (S), r 
Proximity 

" Jos O Rev, pastor W Market St M E Ch (S), r 602 
W Market 

" Laura A Miss, bds 602 W Market 

" Walter W,* dentist, lOli E Market, r 129 Price 
Royster Geo H,* drygoods 118 S Elm, r 434 Church 
Russell Wm,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Ruth Mary Miss, domestic J S Waters, r same 

" Wm F, carp, bds 629 S Elm 
Ryland — , broker, bds 201 X Davie 



Saeman Amien,* peddler, rms 119 S Davie 
Saferight Ella L Miss, domestic J H Medearis, r same 
Sain Jno A,* contr 217 E Sycamore, r same 



X 

< 



o 



P 2 "0 

»)»-»• O 

m — • 

H O 
3 
0> 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 

General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs. 



staple and Fancy Groceries, PHOENIX & AIKEN 



SPECIAL AHENTION 
TO SELECT RETAIL TRADL 



210 South Davie Street. 



ui 



:208 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



^ ^J 


9 


s< 


s 

♦* 


i UJ 


(A 


ja 


E 
ui 


:ui 




lesal 

AR 


3 


in 

10 


1^ 




*Q 


s 


Cki 


n 


< 




X 





C. W. ST. SI IMC 



MANUFACTURER OF 



& Carriages, Phaetons, Buggies, Carts and Wagons. 

Eepairing and Smithing Done Neatly and Promptly. Scientific 

Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Fine Track Shoes made to order. 

220 SOUTH DAVIB STREET. 



ST SING GEORGE W,* BLKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT, 

carriage rpr & trimmer & scientific horse slioe- 
ing a specialty, 220 S Davie, r Spring Garden 
bey limits 
Sampson Ada Miss, bds 612 Asheboro 
" Ann (wid Jno), r 612 Asheboro 
" Ezra H, elk So Ry frt depot, bds 612 Asheboro 
Sanders Mary A Miss, tchr N & I College, bds same 
Sanford W L, trav slmn Merchants Grocery Co, bds 
Benbow House 



Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 



x>zzo]\rx3 se. 



Saunders Ethel L Miss, bds 309 Lindsay 
" Jas H,* shoemkr 110 E Washington, r 309 Lindsay 
Sayler Jno C, wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, r 427 W Lee 

SCALES ALFRED M,* ATTY 117 COURT SQUARE, R 

122 Smith 
" Eftie H (wid J I), r 310 E Washington 
" Irving Miss, bds 810 E Washington 
" Jas P, bkpr S L & T Co, bds 310 E Washington 
SCALES JUNIUS I, LAW STUDENT A M SCALES, BDS 

310 E Washington 

" Mary P (wid Wm), bds 200 S Spring 
Scarborough A Earl, printer Advocate, bds 825 McGee 

" Carl, elk Harry-Belk Bros Co, bds 825 McGee 

" Clyde, elk Brown Mer Co, bds 825 McGee 

" Sam! W,* r 825 McGee 
Schenck David,* retired, r 403 N Edgeworth 

SCHENCK DAVID JR, ATTY 112 N ELM, R 503 SAME 

(see front cover) 

" Dodson R,* phvs, r 311 N Edgeworth 

'' Paul W, elk Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 403 N Edge- 
worth 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Pluibing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



THROUafl PULLMAN Drawing.Room Sleeping Cars in daily 

rHfOUOH COmaCTJON between Nashville and New York via 
Chattanooga Atlanta Greensboro Durham Raleigh and No 

tolk. Attention is called to the 

Through Car Service 



OF THE 




eOUTHE/?^ 



^Al LWA^ 



The Washlnfion jrnd Southwestern Limited and the United States Fast MaU 

ONLY DifflNG CAR SERVICE OPERATED DAILY IN THE SOUTH. 

Quick Schedules to Florida, Cuba and Porto Rico. 

^or further information apply to any Agent of the Southern Railway Company. 



W. A. TURK, G. p. A., 

Washington, D. 0. 
S. H. HARD WICK, A. G. P. A., 

Atlanta, Ga. 



J. M. GULP, Traffic Manager, 

Washington, D. G. 
R. L. VERNON, T. P. A., 

Charlotte, N. C. 



J. W. SCOTT & CO. 




Cor. S. Elm and Washington Streets, GREENSBORO, N. C. 



TWO DEPARTMENTS. 



THE GROCERY DEPARTMENT CONTAINS 
A GENERAL STOCK OF 

Staple and Pahty Groceries 



BOTH WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



lb 



One Department Consists of 

DRY GOODS AND NOTIoi^ 

^ C. AT WHOLESALE ONLY. ^^ 



LYON, President. J. S. COX, Secy, and Treas. ♦ 




GBEENSBORO FDRNITDRE fflFG. CO. 






MANUFACTURERS OF CHEAP AND 
MEDIUM GRADE ■ 




# e d • 



Oak 

Furniture. 



CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 
521 Morehead Avenue, GREENSBORO, N. C. 



W. F. GLEBB & BRO. FrW: M^ce 



364-8 South Elm Street. 



J 

and Commission Mercliants. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



209 



ALFRED M. SCALES 



dak 



Attorney and Counsellor at Law 



117 COURT SQUARE. 



Schenck W E,* lid elk So fr't depot, r 403 N EdgewortU 
Schiffman Isadore, student, bds 224 S Eugene 
SCHIFFMAN JEWELRY CO, WATCHMAKERS, JEW- 

elers and opticians, diamonds a specialty, 326 

S Elm (see opp back paster) 
" Meyer* (R G Fortune & Co), r 224 S Eugene 
SCHIFFMAN SIMON,* WITH SCHIFFMAN JEWELRY 

Co, r 321 S Eugene 
Schoolfleld Jos W,* letter carrier, r 508 N Greene 
Scott Annie Miss, bds 210 Fayetteville 
" Chas Y* elk So Ry, r 210 Fayetteville 

n RAIN Contractor and Builder 

I Hi lltllll 302}^ SOUTH ELM STREET 

" Clarence, elk J W Scott & Co, bds 320 N Forbis 
" David, constable 110 N Elm, r 218 E Gaston 
^' Elsie Miss, r S Cedar bey limits 
'' Gaither M, steno So Ry, bds 325 W Market 
" Hugh L,* propr G'boro S & B Wks, r 325 W Market 
" Jas E,* dry goods 514 S Elm, r 405 Asheboro 
" Jessie E Miss, bds 325 W Market 
" Jno P,* elk A & Y^ Rv, r 312 N Forbis 
SCOTT JOHN W, PRES & TREAS J W SCOTT & CO, & 
pres Peoples Savings Bank, r 303 Lindsay (see 
adv) 
SCOTT J W & CO (INCOR), J W SCOTT PRES & TREAS 
W C McLean secy, whol dry goods, notions and 
whol and retail grocers 240-42 S Elm (see adv) 
" J Preston,* driver G'boro Stm Ldry, r Spring Gar- 
den bey limits « -«, 
SCOTT LEVI M, ATTY 111 COURT SQUARE, R 124 
Fayetteville 
" Mary Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Pearl Miss, bds 218 E Gaston 
'' Wm, wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Pomona N G 



H 
C 



33 



fi) 



o' 7" a 
© r* •*. 

5'f S 

1 to 

3 6) 



OS 



? 3 » 

a ® ffi 

fb o 

» a O 

■2 o 2. 
- ^1 



GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 



FINEST WORK IN THE CITY. 



III-II3 West Market Street. 

G 14 • 



PHONE 72. 



MURRAY BROS. 

113 SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. 



INSURANCE. 



Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler., 



210 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



CO 



3C 



CO Seott Will A.* policMiian. v 240 Relle Meado ave 

J; SCOTT WM U ATTY 1 1 1 COURT SQUARE, BDS 320 

^ I g Scronee Nathan E, wks Huff & Overbey, bds E Wash- 

O CO I ingtoii 

CO 19 > Scurlock Jas F,* bricklyr, r Proximity 



z> 



03 < 



•o Sedden W O, secy G'b'oro Water Supply Oo, r Balto Md 



c 



CO h! 



Seebold Claude, wks Pros Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Segraves Jos E,* bricklyr, r 884 S Cedar 
C3 ^ '^ Seifert Chas, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 

^ J 2 " David J,* supt S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 

*~ '' Oscar,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 



C3 



X ^ Selden Elizabeth M (wid S), r 113 Summit ave 

® le Sellers Chas, tobacco buver, bds 201 N Davie 

5 ^ '' Lacv H, elk Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 433 W Market 

a SERGEANT BENJ E,* PRES SERGEANT MFG CO, R 

210 E Washington 
" David E, mchst Sergeant Mfg Co. bds 410 Factory 
SERGEANT GEORGE S,* SEC & TREAS SERGEANt 

Mfg Co, r 442 Arlington 
" Harry E, elk W H Matthews & Co, bds 442 Ar- 
lington 

*: F^ariss Pharmaoy* 

O OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 

o — — - 



«0 



£ 



m 111 



+3 " Jos G, mchst Sergeant Mfg Co, bds 210 E Wash- 

CO ington 

SERGEANT MFG CO, INCOR 1888, B E SERGEANT 

pres. Geo S Sergeant secy & treas, W T Ser- 
geant supt, Foundry, Machine & Agricultural 
Wkis, E Washington 
" A^ictor C, elk Sergeant Mfg Co. bds 442 Arlington 
3 " Walter S, mchst Sergeant Mfg Co. bds 410 Factorv 

5 SERGEANT WM T,* SUPT SERGEANT MFG CO, R 419 

Factory 
00 Settle Julia Miss, bds 214 E Lee 

i SETTLE THOMAS, ATTY S L & T CO BLDG, R 400 

(0 Asheboro 

CM Sharp Chas E, elk A E Fordham & Co, bds 513 N 

Spring 
" Isaac W,* brick mason, r 503 W Bragg 
" Jas M,* with Banner Whouse, r 513 N Spring 
Sharpe Mary S (Mrs Benj C), tchr N & I College, r 220 

E Lee 
" Rebecca C (Mrs W A), bdg hse 328 Gorrell, r same 



JNO. A. YOUNB, Nurserymen 

TWO MILES EAST CITY. PHONE 43. 



SOUTH ELM STREET. 



N Cedar ^* ^ H Oartland, bds 235 

SHAW THOMAS J 4linfec;,'^'J? """ « Elm 

SmiT ^' ■'"'"5E SUPERIOR COURT, R 122 

ihepp„,.d'i;?^LL'/'i''r/A\^°°"T' ^^^ --« 

KatlVnrbi^^,|'*-TeELLER GREENSBORO 



sH^s;;,;;^^^^^"-^^^'^!^^'!^---^"???™™^ 

Sr^.?oruri«|-«,7r^ 

^^. Shields Shoe Co r 567^.,^ ^RfAS, SIIWPSON- 
Shoir ASL'siSrbdTs'^o'rt ^"' P^^^o-" 

Church J^inasaj- St School, bds 333 

8hoffnerCha.,i,„,,bd.356'sElm 

Shnltt n- ' ■^^' '' Pomona N 

Siulte ■n mme ,wid C A), bd. 230 E Market 



Only the Best Com- 
panies Represented. 



'^ c = to 



W 



O 

o 

■0 

> 
z 
-< 



s 

J> 
z 
c 
■n 
> 
O 
H 
C 

m 

o 

OB 

■< 



0. D. BOYCOTT 



ALL KINDS OF. 

"6 W. Market St. I .. . Seed PfOClUClS. 



McCUMROCH BROS. I ""f.":^ln'ef f^' 

-*Tho Cahlll Special Crate" is the Best Made. See it. 



Ui o 



.212 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

^ -^IDES~EDWARDT,*Tm:ER'C^^ BANK 

r 232 Cedar 



g 5^ ^ Sikes Eliza (wid Willis), r 320 N Greene 

2 g 2 - Jas M,* dep rev collr lOG N Elm, bds 224 S Ashe 

? z Siipr Eliza (wid J W), r 932 Walker ave 

S - CC ' Jn6 itirrp btrge^^^ Mfg Co, bds 209 E Market 

o *^ L J ^' Marv D Mrs, bds 209 E Market 

(^O Q-. « wjn;,wksWH Matthews & Co, bds Walker ave 

» o ^ Sillmah Carrie Miss, r Church bey limits 
g ^ g " David,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

^ u jqo * driver, r Church bey limits 

tj ^ '^ Levi H,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
•^ " Mary (wid Jno), r Proximity 

'~'~~' — " Victor, r Church bey limits 

'' Wm H. r Church bey limits 
Simmons R Harvey,* rachst So Ry, r 412 E Lee 
SIMPSON ANDREW D,* PRES SIMPSON-SHIELDS 
Shoe Co, r 623 Summit ave k^ ri7 w 

« Georgia C Miss, steno P P Claxton, bds 517 W 

Market . 
^' Jos,* carp, r Asheboro bey limrts 

h\ nFRMAN 1 Photographer. 

HLU k n IflHIl ( 113^ BA.ST MARKET STREET. 

I siiii^soN:sHiEi:Ds^SorcFl^^ 

^ $100,000, A D Simpson pres, M L ShielQs secy « 

treas, 312 S Elm 
h " Thos, wks Prox Mfg Co- J Proximity 

i^ SIMPSON WM, SECY & TREAS MERCHANTS GRO- 

< cerv Oo, rrais N Elm 

O Sims Rachel Miss, tchr G F College bds same 

O " R Dixie driver O D Boycott, r S Edgeworth 

S SinSak Danl J* (Jordan: Sinclair & MacDonald), r 

235 N Edgeworth _ , ., 

^ Skenes Geo W,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
u\ " Jno Y, farmer, bds 903 E Market 
^ " Robt Y,* carp, r 903 E Market 
p. Skerce Jos, carp, bds 233 Lewis 

^ Skinner G Berry* (G S Gaulden & Co), r 309 N 1 orDis 
O Slaughter Gibb G, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
CQ S St Angelica F (wid Wm C), bds 815 Walker ave 
- Henrv J, wks C F Mfg Co, r 815 Walker ave 
SLOAN ANNETTE W MISS, STENO MATTHEWS & 
^Hammer, bds 225 E Washing-ton 
" Robt M, bkpr So Ex Co, r 320 W Market 



CD 
as 

c 



^5!l — — — j— j IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

HagUe-MCGOrkle Dry Goods and Notion: 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S Elin Slteet. 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdOO House BullHino ^^^ 



Prescription 
Work 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 213 



Sloan Tbo'S J,* trav slmn, r 225 E Wiasliins'ton 

Small Alice McC Miss, bds 502 W Market 
" Mary E (wid Edward A), r 502 W Market 
'' Mary T Miss, bds 502 W Market < 

Smardy Alice Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity ^ 

Smith Alonzo, engr So Ry, bds 429 McAdoo ave S 

" Annie, r 3086 Boon O 

" A L, time keeper S Finishing "SUU 2 

SMITH BENJAMIN E,* BKPR CAPE FEAR MFG CO, R 

308 E Bragg 



I- ^^^ 



H 



'*5t-5 



" Bettie Miss, r Proximity |D fiy^ 

" Bingham N,* farmer, r 116 N Davie L ^^ 

" Blackburn & Co (J W Smith, W J Blackburn &W f JJJ^ 

L Wharton), proprs Banner Whse 210 W Market q ^3 
'^ Caralie B Miss, bds 116 N Davie 
" Chas H, student, bds 401 Church 
" Chas R,* wks G'boro S & B Wks, r Kildee ave 
" Cicero ^A^ wks D R Huffines, rnis same 
" Councell, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximitv 
" Cynthia Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 908 

Asheboro 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 

103 W. HARKET STREET. 




Daisy E Miss, bds 200 N Forbis 
Eugenia Miss, wks Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 321 
W Lee 



E H,* engr So Ry > 



00 J 



=D 3 

—1 X 

SMITH EGBERT W REV,* PASTOR FIRST PRESBY- h s ^ ! 

terian Oh, r 355 Church i f ^ ^ 

" Fannie May Mies, bds 316 W Gaston r: 

" Florence Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 321 q 5 2 

'W Lee ^ ^ S 

" Frank B, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity • * -J 

" Frank ,E* wks Odell Hdw Co, r 400 E Lee ^3 

" Frank F,* undertaker .324 S Elm, r 331 N Greene * - 

" Fuller S, elk S Finishing Mill, bds 401 Church f = 

SMITH GEO A* (J H WHITT & CO), V-PRES SOU TOB | 

Co, r 317 N EdgeWorth ^ «: 

'' Geo C* dispr A & Y Ry, r 323 E Bragg ? |. 

" Henry,* engr So Ry, r 429 McAdoo ave ■? =| 

" Henry, elk Harry-Belk Bros Co ^ ^'^ 

" Hugh W, collr Cunningham Bros, bds 401 Church P » 2i. 
" I Alonzo,* carp, r 701 E Market ^ S 

" Isaiah N,* supervisor So Ry, r 617 Asheboro c^ 



For the Best ■ ■■ M H I He Represents tne 

Reiiatr I U ■flnri'ltf^TNA AND TRAVELERS 

Accident I ^V IbV I pi ■ I I ■ ■ Policies and Tickets issued at 

Insurance 11 ■ ■■■ ■■llllllll the Greensboro office, 

See ^9m III ■WIvlllhb No. 4 Katz Building. 



Will H, Matthews & Co. 

304 South Elm Street 



Theleading 

HABERDASHERS 

One Price. For Cash Only. 






214 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



«2 <^ 



ec c/3 

CJ3 CUD 



cu 



euO' 






C3 



Smitli J Artliur, elk, bds 331 N Greene 
" Jas C,* engr Prox Mfg Co, r Summit ave bey limits 
" Jas D,* carp C F Mfg Co, r Asheboro bey limits 
" J Edw,* brieklyr, r 610 E Market 
" Juliet E Miss, bds 116 N Davie 
" Jas F, steno Sou Tob Co, bds 317 N Edgewortli 
" Jno W,* bkpr J W Scott, r 215 S Eugene 
" Jno y,* carp, r 510 Arlington 
" Jos J,* printer Daily Record, r 305 E Market 
'' J Willie,* pi^opr Banner Wbsie, r 316 W Gaston 
" Kate Miss, bds 3086 Boon 
" Lesco S, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
*' Louise Miss, with Hunter Mfg «& Com Co, bds 914 

Asheboro 
'' L A (wid N D), bds 202 W Sycamore 
" Mabel L Miss, r Jonesboro 
" Mamie L Miss, bds 202 W Sycamore 
" Mary E Miss, bds 200 N Forbis 
" Mary K (wid J Henry), bds 347 Church 
" Nannie Lee Miss, elk Odell Hdw Co, bds 316 W Gas- 
ton 

B. L. WIN GATE i BICYCLES 

123 S. Elm Street. ) and REPAIRS. 

" Needham, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity . 

" Nora L Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 834 

W Market 
" N Pearl Miss, wks Knitting Mill, bds 834 W Market 
" Orlando W,* mchst Eagle Fdry, r 327 E McCulloch 
" Oscar O," wks Hucomuga Mills, r 928 S Elm 
" Oscar R,* wks Hucomuga Mills, r 928 S Elm 
" Parks H, student, bds 116 N Davie 
" Pearl Miss, wks Geo Mfg Co, r W Market 
" Richard E, switchman So Ry, bds 200 N Forbis 
" Richard H,* wks city, r 200 N Forbis 
" R Irvine, carrier Record, bds 401 Church 
" Robt V, agt Life Ins Co of Va, bds 200 N Forbis 
" Roella (Mrs Jno W), elk J M Hendrix & Co, r 215 S 

Eugene 
" Rosa Miss, wks George Mfg Co, bds 610 E Market 
" Saml C,* prin Lindsay St School, r 401 Church 
" Sarah Miss, with Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds 908 

Aslieboro 
" Sidney N,* trav photgr, r 834 W Market 
" Silas R,* sec mstr So Ry, bds 608 S Elm 



RANKIN, CHISHOLM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 

300 SOUTH ELM STREET. '"" 



Cape Fear IW'nf'g Co. 

BUILDINQ MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



liough and Dressed 

Lumb< r, 

Shingle.s Eic. 

Estimates Fin-nisbed. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY, 



215 



8mith Tlios T,* elk So Rv, r 118 S Spring 

" Thos T jr,* elk So Ry,'^ r 418 S Spring 

" W Anderson.* r 932 S Elm 

" Weldon, wks S Finisliing Mill, bds 701 E Market 
SMITH WM T,* BKPR J W SCOTT & CO, R S ASHE 

" Wm W, student, bds (517 Asheboro 
Smithdeal Luther A, musieal mdse, books & staty 226 

S Elm, r W Market 
Smoot T A Rev,* tehr G F College, bds same 
Smothers Fannie (wid Alfred), r 411 E Market 

" Wm, wks G'boro Gas & El Lt Co, bds 411 E Market 
Sneed Annie Miss, bds 310 E Washington 

" Anne M Miss, tehr G F College, bds same 

" Jas B, life ins, rms W Washington 
Snell Frank V,* barkpr C H Coble, r 304 E Bragg 
Snyder Dawson A,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Geo, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" H, wks S Finishing Mill 

" Jno T, tinner J W Wharton, rms 513 S Elm 
Sockwell ]\Iollie L Miss, dressmkr Mrs M Mayo, bds 213 
E Market 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



" W Thos (Andrew & Sockwell), rms 327 W Wash- 
ington 
Southard Mary Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Ora B Miss, w^ks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO, C C COLLINS AGENT, 

W W Allen route agent, 334 S Elm 
" Finishing & Warehouse Co, incorporated 1893, Neil 
Ellington pres, J W Lindau secy Sc treas, D J 
Seifert supt, finish cotton goods. Proximity 

SOUTHERN LOAN AND TRUST CO, E P WHARTON 

pres, A W McAlister v-pres, Daul White secy & 
treas, S L & T Co bldg (see front cover & insert) 

SOUTHERN LOAN AND TRUST CO BLDG, 110-12-U 

E Market 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY, PASS & FRT DEPOT, S ELM 

nr Buchanan 
SOUTHERN STOCK MUTUAL INS CO, J M WORTH 

pres, E P ^Mlarton v-pres, A Vs' McAlister secy 
& treas, S L & T Co big (see ad?v) 
SOUTHERN TOBACCO CO (THE), INCOR, J H WHITT 

pres, Geo A Smith v-pres. R G Lea secy & treas, 
mfrs plug & smoking tob, 301 N Greene (see adv) 



CO 



PI 

r 



Si • 

PI 
PI 



^ 






o . 



i> 

to *i 



•O CO 
CD 

^ ^1 



Pomona Terra Cotta Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 



SEWER PIPE, 
WEIL TUBING, 
DRAIN TILE. Etc. 



Fresh, Tender Meats, 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 



Stalls 3, 5, 7, CI y Market. 







h~ 


CO 


^ 


UJ 


CU 


CO 






CD 


5i 


£= 


.1.-. 


CO 


1 


s 


13 


a: 


T3 


CO 




O 




<o 


CD 


CO 


lO 


^ 


OD 


05 


■a 


CO 


fo 


^^ 


^M 


fj 


CU CD 




^ 







CJ3 



CO C-O 



C/9 



216 



MALONEY^S GREENSBORO 



Spencer Austin T, wks G'boro S & B Co, bds 719 S Elm 
" Dora M Miss, bds 719 S Elm 
" Edw N, sec mstr A & Y Ry, bds 125 W Lee 
" Lawrence J, wks G'boro S & B Co, bds 719 S Elm 
" Madison L,* wks G'boro Fiirn M Co, r 416 W Bragg 
" Kathan L,* wks G'boro S & B Co, r 719 S Elm 
" Robt E, wks G'boro Fiirn Mfg Co, bds 432(433) W 

Bragg 
" Virgil M, wks So Ry, bds 432(433) W Bragg 

Spivey Jos H,* wks G'boro S & B Co, bds 407 Litliia 
" Mollie E Miss, bds 407 Lithia 
" Wm, wks Harry-Belk Bros Co, r 409 Lithia 

Stack Armenius R.* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r 

Pomona N C 
" Arthur H, mer, bds 104 Bain 
" Elijah, wks C F Mfg Co, bds 231 Lewis 
" Eugene L, wks C F Mfg Co, bds 231 Lewis 
'' Julius C,* wks Hucomuga Mills, r 902 S Elm 
'•' J Ernest, elk S G Blaylock, bds 104 Bain 
" Jno W,* watchmn U S P O, r 104 Bain 
" Robt L,*wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona N C 



Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 



pz3co3\rx3 50. 



" T E, wks C F Mfg Co, r 227 Lewis 
" W Newton,* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Po- 
mona N C 
Stadeim Bessie (Mrs D) (B Stadeim & Bro), r Danville 
Ya 
" B & Son (B Stadeim, Louis Stadeim), drv goods 862 

SElm 
" Louis* (B Stadeim & Son), r Danville Ya 
Stafford A G* (E J & A G Stafford), r Rowland N C 
'' Emory J'^(E J & A G Stafford),r 519 W Washington 

" E J & A G, mfrs plug & twist tob 114-16 N Greene 
Stallings Edw L, wks Odell Hdw Co, bds Wood House 

STAMEY ENOCH U* PHYS 504 S ELM, PHONE 89, 

r Asheboro cor Gorrell, phone 25 
Stanard Robt C,* bag mfr, r 226 Summit ave 
Stanback M C,* trav slmn Merchants Gro Co, bds Mc- 

Adoo House 
Standard Oil Co, T F Mangum agt, opposite A & Y 

Depot 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plnibing 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



HOTEL GLEee 

W. F, CLEGS, Propr. 



IN C ONNEC TION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



217 



Stanford Carl A, wks Hucomuga Mills, bds 820 S Elm 
" Georgia M Miss, wks Hucomuga Mills, r 820 S Elm 
" Robt A,* wks Hucomuga Mills, r 820 S Elm 
'' Wm J jr, slmn Hague-McCorkle Dvy Goods Co, bds 
S Greene 
Staples Appleton H, bds 305 W Market 
" Catherine H Miss, bds 305 W Market 
" Jno N,* atty 112 N Elm, r 305 W Market 
" Jno N jr, bds 305 W Market 
Starr Frank,* driver J H Swortzel 

'* H Frank,* carp, r rear 358 W Lee 
STATE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE (THE), 
Okas D Mclver pres, Spring Garden ur limits, 
(see adv) 
Stedman Catharine W ]Miss, bds 440 W Gaston 
STEDMAN OH AS IVI,=^ ATTY 100 COURT SQUARE, R 
440 T\' Gaston 
" Nathan A,* r 992(1000) Spring Garden 
" Robt S, elk Odell Hdw Co, bds 992(1000) Spring 
Garden 
Steed Clarke, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Robt,* wks G'boro S & B Co, bds 924 S Elm 
Steinback Jno S, wks Sergeant Mfg Co 

Wn RAIN Contractor and Builder 
I Ul Uflllv 3021^ SOUTH ELM STREET 

Steneet Howard B, trav slmn, bds Benbow House 
Stephens Jesse F,* condr Pullman Car Co, r Laura ave 

''• Martha (wid Jno), r So Ry nr Laura ave 
Sternberger Emanuel,* pres Revolution C Mills, bds 
620 Summit ave 
" Herman,* secy & treas Revolution C Mill, r 620 

Summit ave 
" Jeanette Miss, bds 620 Summit ave 
Stevens Chas, elk G'boro Press Club, bds 604 Stevens 

CHAS. M. STEDMAN 
A^ttornev at Lavr 



100 Court Square, MENDENHALL BUILDING. 



C'^a. 



5 

r 

< 
rr 

K 

2 
C 

» _ 

^> 

B - 



^' 



0) 

o 

CD 

fi) 



fi) 



< » C tfl MO 
(B c- -^ c !3 * 

© 3 <* "» c. f^ 
eg"" ag^S 

3* OS ?t ' 



£ -?a 9 



Greensboro Steam Laundry 

, liMI3 West Market street. Phone 72. 



SHIRTS, 
COLLARS 
and CUFFS 

OUR SPECIALIY. 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see 

MURRAY RROS. 



.. 113 .. 

SOUTH ELM ST. 
Phone f63. 



J2^18 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



■N 



(D Tf Stevens David S,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximitv 

♦-I O " E Bayard, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

(^ O " Herman C, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

' — " Matthew W,* miner, r 604 Stevens 
" Thos H, painter, bds 604 Stevens 

X|) Stevenson Jno C, carp, bds 300 Chestnut 

^ ^ " W Xoali,* wlcs Cleorge Mfg Co, bds 300 Chestnut 



I o 






O 



Stewart A Grover, student, bds 511 Gorrell 

" C Etta Miss, bds 511 Gorrell 

" Ernest,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity _ 

" Eupha N Miss, bds 511 Gorrell * 

'' G B, wks S Finishing Mill, bds 622 Keogh 

" Ham V, student, bds 208 E Gaston 

J" " Jno R (G'boro Hdw Co), bds 403 W Market 

■3 " Jno W,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 

JL STEWART JULIUS M,* MGR C P VANSTORY, R 208 

^^ E Gaston 

" Lizzie Miss, steno Prox Mfg Co, r Hendrix 

» " Lula Miss, wks Geo Mfg Co 

I " Maggie Miss, domestic W M Perdew, r same 

. " Marshall C* (G'boro Hdw' Co), r 235 E Washington 

' " Monroe L,* r 359 S Ashe 

F^ariss Pharmaovt 

OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 

" Robt L, agt Singer Mfg Co, bds 511 Gorrell 

" Sampson R,* miller, r 511 Gorrell 

" Wm B, letter carrier, bds 328 Gorrell 

" Wm y,* wks Empire S & I Co. r Proximity 

STEWART WM T,* CASHR CONE EX & COM CO, R 

521 Summit ave 

STEWART, see also STUART 

Stinson Mack,* book agt, bds 930 S Elm 

Stock Arthur H (Clary & Stock), bds Bain # 

Stockard Marietta G Miss, tchr Asheboro St School, 

bds G19 W Gaston 
Stockton Fred E,* condr So Ry, r 609 McGee 

" Robt G, elk Odell Hdw Co, bds 609 McGee 
: Stone Elliott K, student, bds 102 S Mendenhall 

" Geo E,* nier, r 102 S Mendenhall 

" G Pryor,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Harry D,* carp, r 924 Carr 

" Henrietta F Miss, bds 102 S Mendenhall , 



JNO. A. YOUNG 

TROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, Shade and ... . 
Ornamental Trees 

VINES AND PLANTS. 



MATTHEWS & HAMMER "r:Sf.s 

302K South Elm Street. 'fourlnsuripcl''^'""' 

1899-1900 CITY DIKECTORY. 219 o x co H 

STONE JOSEPH J,* JOB PRINTER AND BOOK BIND- °Eli 

er 114 W Market, r 210 W Sycamore (see in- S H a: x 

sert) " 2 «^ 5 a 

" Mamie R Miss, bds 210 W Sycamore rn o z o 

" Margaret A (wid J A), bds 2io W Sycamore ' S c/s S 

" Richd A,* wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r 300 E Bragg r< h "^ ^ 

" R Whitley, printer J J Stone, bds 210 W Sycamore l* 2 ? w 

" Sue D (Mrs W E), pres Geo Mfg Co, r 488 Church '^ H = 3 

" Susie I Miss, opr G'boro Tel Ex, r 210 W Sycamore S" - z g- 

" Wm E,* secy & treas Geo Mfg Co, r 488 Church ** to Si =• 



Storey Bettie Miss, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity aua -> 

" Dora Miss, wks S Finishing Mill " 2. o — ^ 

" Nancy Miss, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity c5* "* r- ^ 

Stout Enoch L,* job printer 302i S Elm, r 410 E Mc- S = S 2 

Culloch " ? o --^ o 
" Gertrude Miss, bds 410 E McCulloch 



Guilfoptf Iiumbep Manufacfuping Co. 



JOS> J. ST ONE 

e) 



'Phone 71 



PLAIN AND ARTISTIC 



114 West Market Street. A Trial Order Solicited. 



— ?r 



?^ 03 ..• 



•n = -n '^ 

Pauline (wid Chas), wks Hunter Mfg & Com Co, bds ^ «= — ^ 

60S S Elm o 1 * S 

" Viola Miss, domestic D A Groves, r same -^ ~ s'n 

Stover Frederick H, architect, rms 728 Pearson "?.=;» 

Stratford Isla J Miss, bds 902 Julian % 't'* 

. — W " fij 



CD 



^ 



524-32 South Ashe Street. GREENSBORO, N. C. ' ^ 

Long Distance 



00 



Engraved or Printed « | —^ • . f) ITPi ^ 

^Bf.\"r.r .. lob Printer, i^j 

ENVELOPES. -</ I ' ^ -^^ O 

CARDS, ETC. 5 - i 

P C 

:<S s 

WORK AND PRICES GUARANTEED ; 03 » 



O.D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



McGlamPDch Bros. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



en 



erJ 


o 


-T 


as 


HZ 


CJ 


MHM 


J3 


Ck_ 


o 


3 


to 


■a 


Q. 


«£ 


c 


CD 


. ar 


c\j 


C 






L^ 


»— 


cm 


a> 


oc 


r" 


> 


UlJ 


'o5 




^ 




h- 


ca 


Q. 


03 


5r- 




•+J 


CIS 


^-i 




;ac 


C3. 


c3 


az 


E 

o 


OL. 
LXJ 


£- 




ec 


Q. 







C/) 



Mantete, Grates, 
... Tiles ... 

TRY OUR 

"CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE." 

Fnrnlsb Tiles Rnd JLay Tile Floors. Get llielr Kstlinate. 

; 220 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

Stratford Jiio B, stndt'nt, bds 0(12 Julian 
'' Wm O,* bldrs supplies 225 S Davie, r 902 Julian 
Strickland J M,*wlvs Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r Laura ave 
Strong Richard A, gateman So Rv 

STROUD A GALE, PROPR McADOO HOUSE CIGAR 

stand, bds McAdoo House 

STROUD JUNE B* (RANKIN, CHISHOLM, STROUD & 

Rees), r 450 W Washington 
" T Moody, elk J W Scott & Co, r 450 W Washington 

Strunks Henrv F,* wks J A Hodgin, r 513 S Elm 

Stuart S Walter, elk J W Jones, bds 610 S Elm 

STUART, see also STEWART 

Styles Hassie Mrs, bds 321 Gorrell 

Suits Jno* (Causey & Suits), r 973 E Washington 
" Margaret (wid Jonathan), bds 834 W Market 

Sullivan David M,* carp S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
" Henry, lab, bds 861 S Elm 
" Jas G, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
" Jno L,* fireman So Ry, r 861 S Elm 
" Wm A, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 

Summers Alice Miss, domestic J T Hunt, r game 



o3 ALD E R MAN \ Photographer. 

{3£ ^loU ■■ 11 Iffl^la I j^j^gi^ EiST MARKET STREST. 

c SUNNYSIDE MARKET GARDEN, HENRY HUNTER 

c^ proprietor, 1 mile e city limits (see opp front 

^ paster) 

Surratt Lula J Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
(— " Rufus A,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

OC Swaim Ada L Miss, bds 213 Lyndon 

< " Flora Miss, bds 222 Fayetteville 

O " Isabella (wid Lyndon), r 213 Lyndon 

Q " Isabella L Miss, bds 213 Lyndon 

^ " Jno A,* carp, r 222 Fayetteville 

" Logan, farmer, bds 213 Lyndon 
" Mary L Miss, bds 213 Lyndon 
" Wm' R, driver Vuncanon & Co, bds 222 Fayetteville 
Swain Fannie Miss, bds 617 S Ashe 

" Sallie Miss, bds 617 S Ashe 
Swift Maud Miss, 613 Summit ave 
Swink Jno, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
'' Millard F,* w^ks S Finishing Mill, r Jonesboro 
Swortzel Jacob H,* flour & feed 534 S Elm, r 114 E: 
McCulloch 




cGorkle 



IMP0R1ERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 



Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S. Elm Street. 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdoc House Buildings 



TOILET ARTICLES. 
. . . FIN[ CIGARS, 

Soda anl Mineral Waters. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



221 



Talley Jas H,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Luciaii, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Thos,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Warren C, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Tallman Wdi* (Wm Tallman Bottling Wks), r 808 
Walker ave 
" W B (Wm Tallman Bott Wks), bds 808 Walker ave 
" Wm Bottling Wks (The) (Wm Tallman, W B Tail- 
man), 110 Fayetteville 
Tate Annie Miss, elk Harry-Belk Bros Co, bds 503 W 
Sycamore ' * -^^ 

" Edwin L,* job printer 111 E Market, r 948 Walker 

ave 
'' Eftie A Miss, bds 545 Litliia 
" F A,* r 503 W Svcamore 
" H Eliza (wid H H), r 28G Belle Mec%de ave 
" Henry H, coHr G'boro Natl Bk, bds 286 Belle Meade 

ave 
" Jno A,* guard Co Jail, r 545 Lithia 
'' Jos A,* mdse broker 106^ S Elm, r 109 E Gaston 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 

103 W. HARKET STREET. 



" Jos B, elk S J Kaufman, bds 503 W Sycamore 

" Lizzie A Miss, tailoress H H Cartland, bds 545 

Lithia 
" Marv E Miss, bds 545 Lithia 
" Sam'l R, wks So Ex Co, bds 503 W Sycamore 
'' Thos H, district elk U S P O, bds 286 Belle Meade 

ave 
Tatum Hamilton B* (Tatum & Taylor), r 121 S Ashe 
" Matthew J,* retired, r 514 W Market 
" & Taylor (H B Tatum, F N Taylor), livery stables 

113-15 Depot 
Taylor Albert, wks Eagle Fdry Co, bds 608 S Elm 
" Fred N (Tatum & Taylor), rms 113-15 Depot 
" J Frank,* r 415 Lithia 
" Seth, student, bds 415 Lithia 
" Virginia Miss, tehr, bds 415 Lithia 
TAYLOR ZEB V (BYNUM, BYNUM & TAYLOR), MAYOR 

Greensi)oro, rms 106 Court Sq 
Teachey Daniel S,* wks S Finishing Mill, r So Ry nr 

Laura ave 
" James C,* wks Empire S & I Co, r 819 Bilbro al 



CO 



|0 







M. 

< 
w 

7) 

a 
o 
ai 

H 

> 



n OB 



(D 

fi) 



a 



I? 



H 

o 



si tf 



I CD 



(0 



■0 

o 

Ma 

3 
<-^ 
(ft 



The Contracts 
of the 



PENN Mutual Life 



Are the 
Most Liberal. 



5ee J H. HERRITT, 



4 Katz Building. 



Will H. Matthews & Co. clothiers 



The One Price 

ini 1 I I M lUI Ul I IIUlAfVJ Al H .tl ^ 



304 South Elm Street. FOR GASH ONLY. 



^ 222 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



O 



-O 



Teackle ^A'm, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 



Q Teague Ernest W, supt Eagle Fdry Co, bds 423 E 



Washington 
CO ^^ " Saml E, bkpr Eagle Fdry Co, bds 423 E Wash- 

S C ^ ington 

,2 S " Wm J,* pres Eagle Fdrv Co, r 423 E Washington 
5 -g § TEMPLE J TWOHIG, MGR T J McADOO BICYCLE 

1 ^ ^ store, gun & locksmith 115 E Marlvrt (see adv) 
H ^ ,^ '' Roy B, clerk So By, bds 404 W Market 

(g r/T^ Terry Lula Miss, dressmkr 1010 Spring Garden, bds 

U i-rt d same 

> o ^ THACKER JOHN L* (THACKER & BROCKMANN), R 

" O r^ 207 S Eugene 

O S '' Jno T,* tailor H H Cartland, r 340 N Greene 

^'^ " Lacy A, elk bag agt So Ry, bds 218 S Ashe 

t^ O '' Lacy R, policeman So Ry 

Q ^ " Mary E (wid Jno L), r 218 S Ashe 

'' Ned I (wid ^ym), with Annie S Cator & Co, bds 602 

W Gaston 

\ THACKER & BROCKMANN (J L THACKER, J L 

C3 B. L. WIIMGATEjS™G MACHINES AND 

• 123 South Elm Street. J ATTACHMENTS. 

q) _ 

LiftaJ Jh Brockmann), dry goods, shoes, carpets, trunks, 

^m^J 3 and gents furnishing, 232 S Elm 

■nmn ^ Thagard Isaac B, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

|»— — cj Thigpen Chas,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 

"~~~~ Jh " Christopher, wks S Finishing Mill, bds 315 E Wash- 

'ft^^- 3 ington 

^g^ ^j "■ Job,* retired, r 315 E Washington 

^*^*» " Ransom F,* wks S Finishing Mill, bds 315 E Wash- 

^3^ ^2 ington 

^ye^prt W <' Wm R, wks S Finishing Mill, r 315 E Washington 

■"^^ ^ Thomas Ada Miss, elk Johnson & Dorsett, bds 219 E 

vaAtA jjjrj Market 

" Capers E,* elk N J McDuffle, r 808 E Market 
THOMAS C FRANK, JOB PRINTER 105 E SYCAMORE, 
r 509 N Greene 
" Cornelius M,* carp, r 801 E INIarket 
" Cyrus N,* agt Singer Mfg Co, bds 100 S Greene 
" David E,* retired, r 105 N Davie 
" Ethel G Miss, bds 105 N Davie 
'' Guy, carrier Record, bds 105 N Davie 
" Jas,* wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Pomona N C 
'' Jas D, farmer, bds 426 W Gaston 



Rankin, Chisholm, Stroud & Rees ■• mens .. 

300 South* Elm Street. OUTFITTERS. 



b. 




BUILDINQ MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Rough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIKECTOEY. 



22^ 



C. F. THOMAS 

Book and Job Printer 

PRINTING IN ALL IT5 
BRANCHES — ^ 

Estimates furnished on anything from a visiting 
card to a full sheet poster or newspaper. Special 
attention given to commercial work. 

Write for samples and prices. Prompt work, low 
prices, good material. 

105 E. Sycamore Sreet, GREEENSBORO, N. C. 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



Thomas Jane Miss, bds 509 N Grfeene 
" Jessie E Miss, bds 105 N Davie 
" Jno,* printer C F Thomas, r 122 Price 
" Jno C, elk City Surveyor, bds 219 E Market 
" Jno W,* carp, r 219 E Market 
" Mary F Miss, dressmkr 509 N Greene, bds same 
" Max, carrier Telegram, bds 105 N Davie 
" Eankih,* livery 218 Market Sq, r E Market bey lim 
" Ko'bt T,* elk J W Jones, r 924 Bellevue 
" Sallie M Miss, dressmkr Mrs M Mayo, bds 219 E 

Market 
" Walter, wks S Finishing Mills, bds 100 S Greene 
" Wm A, driver J R Crismon & Bro,bds 219 E Market 
" Wm H, barkpr E G West, bds 509 N Greene 
Thompson Benj,* civil engr So Ey, rms 210 W Wash- 
ington 
" Chas S (Allred & Thompson), r 712 S Ashe 
" Ernest, elk M S Jeffreys, bds S Elm 
" Frank * wks Allred & Thompson, r 709 S Ashe 
'' Geo C wks Hucomuga Mill, bds 113 E McCulloch 
'' Jno,* tchr A & M College, r 713 Martin 



O 
00 

0) 

O 

c 

H 

X 

m 

r 



CO 
H 

m 
m 

H 



< 
O 

-< 

T3s 



2 "0 

'^ o 






J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 

General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs. 



staple and Fancy Groceries. PHOENIX & AIKEN 

SPECIAL ATTENTION 

TO SELECT RETAIL TRADE. 210 South Davie Street. 



if) 



- -J 

Sin 

O UJ 

(A **■ 









224 MALONEY'S GKEENSBORO 



E 

UJ 

£ 

3 
O 



Thompson M Misvs, wks Hucomuga Mills, bds 113 E Mc- 
Culloch 

^ THOMPSON MILTON W,* TREAS & MGR, GREENS- 

0) boro Ice & Coal Co, r 450 Arlington 

£ '' Saml* (Allred & Thompson), r 712 S Ashe 
35 " Silas M, mer, bds 712 S Ashe 
' Thos, overseer C Cone, r same 
' Walter, prin Asheboro St School 
' Wesley, driver G'boro Stm Ldry, bds S Elm 
■ Wesley, wks Brooks Mfg Co 
• Wni A,* elk, r 113 E McCulloch 
<fi Thornbro Lee,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
10 Thornelow Saml W,* retired, r 102 E McCulloch 
^ " Walter M,* elk R P Gorrell, r 821 Bilbro al 
• Thornton Frank, jeweler, r 624 Asheboro 
J3 " Maggie V (wid Wm), bds 436 N Greene 
CO " Roy M, elk So Ry, bds 435 W Gaston 

Thrasher L A,* rev agt 106 N Elm, bds Benbow House 
Tice Frank, painter, bds 608 S Elm 
3C I " Jno T,* wks Huff & Overbey 

TICE, see also TISE 

CS3 Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 

Tidwell Geo M,* mgr W F Fleming & Co, bds 918 

Asheboro 
Tinnen Mary Miss, tchr Lindsay St School 
Tise Geo A, lab, bds 824 Worth ave 

" Jas S, lab, bds 824 Worth ave 

" Jno C,* carriage mkr, r 824 Worth ave 

" M Alice Miss, bds 824 Worth ave 

" Wm D, lab, bds 824 Worth ave 
TISE, see also TICE 
Tomlinson Elwood,* elk Phoenix & Aiken 

" Jas E,* postal elk, r 332 Gd-rell 

" Minnie V Miss, bds 922 Carr 

" W Elwood,* elk J J Phoenix, r 825 Bilbro al 
Tompkins Jno C, printer Telegram,bds 814 Walker ave 

" Jno T, bds 359 S Eugene 
Toombs Elma, carp, r Proximity 
Topel Rudolph A,* florist J Van Lindley Nursery Co, 

r Pomona N G 
Townsend Christopher C,* buggies, wagons, etc, 333 S 
Elm, r 335 same 

'' Emma E (Mrs C C), bdg hse 335 S Elm 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Pluibing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



Greensboro Telephone Exchange 



T. J. McADOO, Owner. 

DEALER IN 



General Electric Supplies 



Telephones placed. iri^r^s'k4^<W&.And business houses 

promptly on order. Service guaranteed. 

System unexcelled. 



Prices at the low figure of $3.00 per 
month for business houses and $1.50 
per month for residences. 




Coiinected by long distance telephone with Charlotte, SalislVnry, 

Winston-Salem, Burlington, Reidsville, and -^ 

many other surrounding towns. 

BBST BQUIPPBD SHOP IN THIS CITY^ 



~ J. T. TEMPLE 

E>p«r( Bicecle Repairer 

115 East Market Street, GREENSBORO, N. C. 

My Specialties : Bicycle Work, Gun and Lock Smithing, Duplicating Small 
Parts, High Class Brazing where great care and accuracy is needed. 



These Are Good Bicycles. 
VICTOR, CLEVELAND, STERLING, RACYCLE, PEERLESS, 
PIERCE, ORIENT, IMPERIAL, STORMER, READING. 

I have fifty of these Bicycles in stock for you to pick from. No ordering 
and waiting here for your wheel Full line of sundries. 



M. & W. TIRES WHOLESALE. 
J. T. TEMPLE, Manager. T, J. McADOO, PXOpV. 



O. W. CARR. 



Established 18?!, 



.T. M. CARR, 



Manager 



O. W. CARR $( CO. 

General Insurance A§;ents. 

FIRE, I.IFR, ACCIDENT, l.IABIl.rrY, STEAM BOILEK, 
FL.ATE GLASS ANI> TORNADO. 



Only the Oldest, Best and Most Reliable Companies Represented 
by us. No policy ever contested issued through our agency. 



We represent the following companies: 


FIRE. 


Philadelphia Underwi iters 


i€tna 
Carolina 


Piedmont 
Pacific 


Commercial Union 


Royal 


Fire Association of Philadelphia 


Royal Exchange 


Georgia Home 


Southern 


Greenwich 
Hartford 


Sun of New Orleans 
St. Paul Fire and M. 


Home of New York 


Virginia State 


Insurance Co. of North America 
Imperial 


Virginia Fire and M. 
Westchester 


Liverpool, L, and Globi 

Northern 

N.C Home 

Orient 

Phenix of Brooklyn 


Western 

LIFE. 

Travelers of Hartford 
Mutual Life of New York 


ACCIDENT. 

TraveUrsof Hartford 



STEAM BOILE.;. 

Hartford 

PLATE GLASS. 
Lloyds of N. Y. 
EMPLOYERS' LIAtlHTf. 

Travelers of Hartford 
BONDS OR FIDELITY. 

Fidelity & Deposit Co of Md 
TORiiADO. 

Commercial Union 

Hartford 

Home of N. Y. 

St. Paul 

Roval 



W. J. CHRISTIAN, President. 
J. S. CARR, Viee-Pre.siclent. 



ClIAS. E. CHRISTIAN, Sec'y and Treas. 
RUFFIN ROLES, Superintentient. 



ONION FURNITURE CO, 



INCORPORATE D 



Mannfactnrers of all kinds of Medinm and Cheap Grades 

Furnii^ure, Sash, Doors, Blinds 



AND BUILDINC MATERIAL. 



A COMPLETE STOCK OF 



DRESSED LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, ETC, 



Always in Stock. 



Cor. Pettigrew and Freeland Streets, Phone, Interstate, 38. 



W. F. GLEGG & BRO. mJiiM, 

364-8 South Elm Street. and Commission Mercliants. 



C^^ 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 225 

Townsend Edw C, elk C C Townisend, bds 335 S Elm 
Tracy Henry W, wks Empire S & I Co, r Proximity 
" McD, engr Empire S & I Co 

TRAVELERS ACCIDENT CO, J HARPER MERRITT 

special agent 4 Katz bldg (see bottom lines) 
Travis J H, foremn E J & A G Stafford, bds 921 Vance 
Treadway G Washington, wks G'boro S & B Wks, r 
231 Lewis 
" Lucy F (wid Jno), bds 231 Lewis 
Tredway Richard A, mgr Barkers Saloon 
Trogdon Estley E. elk Odell Hdw Co, bds 328 Gorrell 
" E Florence Miss, elk S L Trogdon, r 252 Hum- 
phrey ave 
" Frank K,* tobacco 229-31 Belle Meade ave, r TOT 

Martin 
^' Saml L,* elk U S Courts, r 252 Humphrey ave 
" W Frank,* trav slmn, bds 404 W Market 
Trotter Mary E Miss, bkpr Odell Hdw Co, bds 110 S 
Ashe 
" Teresa C (wid W D), r 110 S Ashe 
^' Wm L, trav slmn, bds 110 S Ashe 

Wn RAIN Contractor and Builder 
I Ul llfllll 3021.^ SOUTH £L^ STREET 
^ Qj 

Troxler A M'Onix>e,* foreman D R Huflflnes, rms same ^ o ^^ 

" Bros (W^ R & J F), grocers, 823-25 S Ashe = , ^^ 

" B Moses,* produce, r 118 E McCulloch i '^ ^ 

" John, grocer, bds 113 E McCulloch o - ^ 

" John F, (Troxler Bros), rms same ' ^^ 

" J Newton, bricklayer, bds 411 E Market '^ A% 
" W Robt (Troxler Bros), rms same ,"~ 

Troy Anna B Miss, bds 114 S Mendenhall ^^S 
^' Eugene B, plumber Odell Hdw Co, bds 114 S Men- 
denhall 5. |;C:V3g3C 
" Lota L Miss, tchr, bds 114 S Mendenhall ® i "5: £ ^. * 
" Nina W Miss, bds 114 S Mendenhall ^-^ p-?^ I 
" Robt P Rev,* r 114 S Mendenhall ^i ?£ § O 

Truitt Jas R,* carp, r 916 B<?lilevue I's 2 5 S^l 

" John W,* buggy and wagon repr 122 Lewis, r 85T ? § 15 ® « 

Vance ' !;SC:5o 



" Luvinia C Miss, bds 85T Vance 

" Nannie E Miss, bds 85T Vance w §: S. 5" ^ 

Tucker Chas A, elk Harry-Belk Bros Co, bds 610 S Elm cV g o s! 

Edw R* (Tucker & Brwin), r 853 Bellevue ? S '^^'? 






GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 

FINEST WORK IN THE CITY. 

ill-113 West Market Street. PHONE 72. 

G 15 • • ■ 



MURRAY BROS. 

113 SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. 



INSURANCE. 



Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler.. 



,^ 226 MALONEY'S GREENSBOEO 
CO ■ , . 

"tS JO Tucker Florence ^Nlrs, seams'tTevss, bds 224 S Ashe 

-T- t " Sallie( wid Richdj, r 532 S Elm 

B 

m 



ca i K 



S 



Wm,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
& Erwin (E E Tucker, R A Erwin), grocers 515 S 
^ OJ = Elm 

CO 2 " Tuggle Emma (wid Clyde), bds 801 E Market 
"S 5 -o Tunstall Jas H,* engr A C L, bds 404 Lithia 
!^ P A Turner Era Miss, elk S Finishing Mill 
^^ ym • " Fannie W Miss, matron N & I Col, bds same 
"^ ^ c " Jos, wks S Finishing Mill 

J Pinkney, phys & coroner, 119^ S Elm, rms same 
_ Mary E (wid J J), r 1010 Walke'r ave 

2 ^ " Meredith, carrier Record, bds 220 W Gaston 

" Ora Miss, wks S Finishing Mill 
" Eiehd P, bkpr G"boro I & C Co, bds 220 W Gaston 
" Sarah E (wid Amos), domestic Mrs A Edwards, bds 

same 
" Wm H,* plasterer, r 220' W Gaston 
" Wm H,* wks Hucomuga Mills, r 201 W Whitting- 

ton 
" Wm 1\ ])rinter Patriot, bds 1010 Walker ave 

• GPP BENBOW HOUSE. 

O Tye Benj F,* carp, r 406 E McCulloch 
» " Eula Miss, bds 406 E McCulloch 

" Saml B, tinner J W Wharton, bds 406 E McCulloch 
Tyler Rebecca W (Avid J H), bds 1043 W Market 
C Tyson Wm J,* carp So Ry, r 328 McCulloch 

uj U 

Underwood Wm A, trav slmn L Richardson Drug Co, 
b bds Benbow House 

2 UNDERWOOD WM I, LOCAL EDITOR PATRIOT, BDS 

122 X Davie 

00 UNDERWRITERS OF GREENSBORO, J VAN LINDLEY 

A prest; E P Wharton, v-prest; A W McAlister, 

(ti secy and treas, S L & T Co Bldg (See Adv) 

CI Union News Co, Wm A Hennessee, agt, So Ry Pass 
Station 

UNITED STATES BUILDING, COURTHOUSE AND 

post office, S Elm s w cor E Market 
" States Revenue Agent's office, L A Thrasher, reve- 
nue agt, 106 N Elm 
Upchurch J Mark,* elk H Hunter, r 327 N Greene 



CO 

E 

UJ 

£ 

3 
O 
CO 



JNO. A. YOliNfi, Nurserymen 

TWO MILES EAST CITY. PHONE 43. 



GENERAL 



Matthews & Hammer msuranoeigents 



302 IX SOUTH ELM STREET. 



Only the Best Com- 
panies Represented. 



1899-1900 CITY, DIRECTORY 



227 



Vanstory Chas, wks S Finishing Mill 
" Chas L, student, bds 208 E Market 

VANSTORY CHARLES P,* J M STEWART, MANAGER 

livery, feed and sale stables, 115-116 S Davie, r 
208 E Market (see adv) 

VANSTORY CORNELIUS M* (C M VANSTORY & CO), 

r IW9 N Elm (see side lines) 

VANSTORY C M & CO (C M VANSTORY, W G BALS- 

ley) clothing, hats «fc gents' furnishings, trunks 
and valises. 236-8 S Elm (see side lines) 
" Geo W, horse dlr, bds 208 E Market 
" Mary E Miss, wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
" Wm F,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 
Yarner Chas L,* wks Hucomuga Mills, r 205 W Whit- 

tington 
Yaughn Louis, tel opr So Ry, bds 433 Arlington 
" Pal,* foreman Reece & EJam, r 301 E Market 

Cuilfopi! liumtaBP Manulactumng Do. 



524-32 South Ashe Street. 



GREENSBORO. N.C. 




Livery, ^ 

Sale and 
Feed Stables. 



J. M. STEWART, Manager. 

FINE PAIRS OF HORST.S AND SINGLE 
DRIVERS A SPECIALTY FOR SALE UR 

HIRE — — wwagg-- 

Two of the largest stables in the State ; one for livery 
and the other for sales stables. Attentive gentle- 
men to wait on you in each department. A big lot 
of stock always on hand for sale or hire. 



r- m 
o > 



w 



m 



2. m 
w z 



*« no 

» - 

2. o 
— "» 

CO 

sr CO 

-«j 3 

c o 



— (O 



H O 

Z X 

m 

'% 

C/3 Z 

m ^ 

> - 
r- w 

21 = 



PS -4 

— e 

I- ^ 

■^ o 
as — . 

* s 



"SL =: » 

CD o. 5_ 



O 






O 

o 

> 
Z 
-< 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 W. Market St. 



ALL Kl^DS f^P! „ 

Feed and 
.. . Seed Products. 



McCLAMROCH BROS. || ""f".*^-H,'e?'f?r' 

C3-XlE!E3Xrs:^C>HC3«, 3xr. c?. 

"^The Cahill Special Crate" is the Best Made. See it. 

^ • 228 MALONEY'S GKEENSBORO 

«S ^ VAUGHN ROBERT G,* CASHR CITY NATL BANK, 

^ — 2j Prest L Richardson Drug Co; Prest Hunter Mfg 

'z. ^ T!) & Com Co, r 347 Church 

£ ^ 3S '' Wm L, tel opr So Ry, bds S Elm 

Jr Venable Abraham K, tailor 330-J S Elm, bds 519 E 

^< °5 Bragg 

Q j«^ " Chas P, printer Record, bds 519 E Bragg 

g o °" " Drury W, wks W F Fleming, r 519 E Bragg 

o § C5 " Susan Miss, bds 519 E Bragg 

*^ ^ ^^ Ventress Rotot,* lab, r 826 Bellevue 

>J < — Vernon A Thos,* bag agt So Ry, r 450 Arlington 

< ^^ " Hattie (Mrs Geo), taxidermist 612 Asheboro, bds 

■ same 

jpyini. Vestal Walter, wks Prox Mfg Co, bds Summit ave bey 

**^™ limits 

^^^ Vickers John,* wks S Finishing Mill, r Proximity 

^^j Vickery Addison W,* elk Wakefield Hdw Co, r 430 W 

— ■ ^ Market 

^^D " Allie E Miss, bds 430 W Market 

^ " Louta M Miss, bds 430 W Market 

0ar^ i- Vogler Jos F, box mkr Southern Tob Co, bds 202 E 

^ ""^ ^- Market 

^ ^ ALD E R MAN 1 Photographer. 

^^^ nj ■^ — "^ ^ ■■ ■flJ-Ml*^^ ^3l^ EA-ST MARKET STREET., .._ 

5^m ^ Voltz Anthony B, wks B Voltz, bds same 

C^^ " Bernard, baker 505 S Elm, r 532 same 

IsajO h-' Vorhies Alice Miss, bds 437 W Gaston 

^j^paa 02 Vuncanon Monroe,* (Vuncanon & Co), r 352 W Lee 

^™^ < '^ & Co (M Vuncanon), grocers 528 S Elm 
iigmmm C^ 

O W 

^2 ^ WADDELL DUNCAN C* (BOYD, WADDELL & CO), R 

tBSm (=<3 country 

t^^ fjj " Thompson B,* trav slmn, r 350 McAdoo ave 

^r:£ S Waddleton Priestley, elk J Barker, bds same 

Cm ^ Wagg L Gertrude Miss, bds 415 E McCulloch 

CdO 2 WAGG THOS E REV,* PASTOR CENTENARY M E CH 

M^ O So, r 415 E McCulloch 

^6n DQ Wagner Eleanor Miss, wks S Knitting Mill, bds 110 

lakJ Lewis 

U 1,1,1 " John A,* (Wagner & Bro), r same 

ipy « J Frank,* (Wagnep & Bro), r same 

^^^ " Lula Miss, domestic, r Proximity 



Hague-McGorkle 



IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 



Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S Elm Street. 



^m 



-T^- 



C. E.HOLTON 



McAdoo House Building. 



Prescription 



OUR SPECIALTY. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



229 



Wa.irner Lulu M Miss, bds 110 Lewis 
" Mary E Miss, wl^s S Finishing Mill, bds 110 Lewis 
" Wm J, bds 110 Lewis 
" & Bro (J A & J F), lunch room 110 Lewis 

WAKEFIELD HARDWARE CO (INCOR), W P BEALL 

v-prest; R B Beall, secy and treas and mgr, 229 
S Elm 
Walden Reed,* wks Hncomuga Mills, r 201 W Whit- 
tington 
'' Rosa E Miss, wks Hucomnga Mills, r S Elm 
Walker Alex C, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
'' Andrew,* r Church bey limits 

WALKER JOHN M,* PRES'CITY NAT'L BANK, V-PRES 

Richardson Drug Co, r 435 W Market 
" Maggie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
'' Saml J,* wks So Ry, r 860 S Elm 
Wall Carrie Miss, milliner Rosa H Carter, bds Ashe 
" Ernest, wks S Finishing Mills, rms 115 S Ashe 
" Lillie Miss, wks S Finishing Mill 
'' R E, wks S Finishing Mill 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 

103 W. riARKET STREET. 

Walsh Jas H,* bds 28G Belle :Meade aye 

Walters Chas L, elk J W Scott & Co, bds 220 Mebane 

" Jacob M,* carp, r 220 Mebane 

" J Sylyester, news agt So Ry. bds 220 Mebane 

" R P,* tobacco byr, bds 115 "w Market 

'' T L, wks S Finishing Mill 

'•' Wm M.* wks C F Lbr ]Mfg Co, r 876 S Cedar 
Walton Naomi R Mrs, wks Hucomuga Mills, r Whit- 

tington 
Ward Calyin, wks Johnson & Dorsett, bds 821 Pearson 
WARD GASTON W,* DRUGGIST 108 S ELM, R 990 

(998) Spring Garden, (see side lines) 
" Jas R, elk Fordham's Drug Store, bds 821 Pearson 
'* Linnie Miss, bds 821 Pearson 

" Maggie Miss, domestic Mrs H J Crutchfleld, r same 
" Mittie (wid James), r 821 Pearson 
" Mittie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
'^ Roscoe A, elk Carolina Shoe Co, bds 821 Pearson 
'' Stephen B,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Warner John,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Thos, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 




O 

y 
fi) 

o 

« 

Z 

o 



— i X- 



> <» ^ 3 



CO 



■0 .- CO 



o 



B 

O 
B 



OO «B 



orp «» 



For the Best 
and Most 
Reliable 
Accident 
Insurance 
See 




. He Kepresents tno 

/ETNA AND TRAVELERS 

Policies and Tickets Issued at 
the Greensboro Office, 

No. 4 Katz Building. 



ifl ^M_.^m^m.m mk^^^^j^kMB^ ^ fm ^ 0^ m>. 



WillH. Matthews & Co. Hts'SDMRs 

304 South Elm Street. one Price. For Cash Only. 



(/> 




C/> 


as 




H- 


ea. 




JJ2 


ce 


C/1 


MJ 


CJ 


CUD 


9: 




B 


-J 




^~ 


i^J 


'cs 


h- 


'2 


:3 


<0 


w« 


i-k. 


S3B 


LL. 




^ 



:;^ 2^0 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

n Wari'eii INIaggie Miss, bds 821 Pearson 

Watkins Wm H, trav slmn Simpson-S Shoe Co, bds 
McAdoo House 
" Wm H Jr, trav slmn Simpson-S Shoe Co, bds Mc- 
Adoo House 
Watlington Aurelius P, elk John Barker, bds 108 N 
Davis 
" Eugenia G (wid W H), bdg hse 356 S Elm 
'• Hattie J Miss, bds 356 S Elm 
" Jas S, barkpr John Barker, rms same 
" Jennie Miss, milliner Mrs N C Weatherly, bds E 
•~ o ^ Market 

cuo= ^ "J Harry, elk, bds 356 S Elm 

:§ Jg Watson A W^ade, bds 700 (602) Walker ave 

•5:; S " Bessie B Miss, bds 700 (602) Walker ave 

« " Chas S,* trav slmn, bds 442 Arlington 

i2 " Dell A Miss, bds 700 (602) Walker ave 

" Elleu S Miss, bds 200 S Mendenhall 

" Frank A, miller G'boro Roller Mills, bds 700(602) 
^^^ Walker ave 

GS , " John F,* (J F Watson & Co), r 816 S Elm 

^* t B. L. WIIM GATE i BICYCLES 

, ^ , 2 123 S. Elm Street. ) and RE PAIRS. 

^^^ ,ti " Jos F, trav slmn Odell Hdw Co, r 200 S Mendenhall 

^— ■ ^ " J F & Co (J F >Vatson, G A Garrett), groeers, 902 S 

r**^ L Elm 

>■■■■ n " Laura B (wid T D), bds 200 S Mendenhall 

^» ry " Meta V Miss, bds 200 S Mendenhall 

^^IP ^ " Rover, watchman So Ry, bds 610 S Elm 

^^^ ^ " Walter L, elk So Ry frt depot, bds Greene 

f 1 ^ " Wm A,* (W A Watson &"Co), r 700(602) Walker ave 

T|3S C " VVni A Jr* (W A Watson & Co), r Kildee ave 

C3Cii (C " W A & Co (W A Watson, W A Watson, Jr), proprs 

JiJmM G'boro Roller Mills, S Cedar nr McGee 

S(f) -j-^ Weatherford H A, wks S Finishing Mill 
75 L^tr^^eatherly Andrew,* real estate, r 325 E Lee 
Q t/j\i, a Qq^pi jj * propr Buffalo Dairy, r 1^ miles s of city 
i^^p Q " Elsie Miss, tchr Lindsay St Sehl, bds 119 Schenck 

wSSm ft^ " Jessie L Miss, bds 621 Keogh 

" John A, asst city tax collr, bds 621 Keogh 
" John W,* policeman, r 621 Keogh 
" Lillian Miss, bds 119 Schenck 
" Nannie C (wid Wm H), milliner 109 E Market, r 119 
Schenck 



RANKIN, GHISMM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 



300 SOUTH ELM STREET. 



■r^ 



Cape Fear M'nf g Co. 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Kougb and Dressed 
Lumbrr, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



231 




erly R Dudley, student, bds 621 Keogli 
" Thos C, farmer, r 1| miles s of city 

AYm M, bkpi- J J Plio'enix, bds 403 W Market 
Weatlierspoon Wm S,* dispr A «& Y Ry, r 728 Pearson 
Weaver Carrie A Miss, elk G'boro Bookstore, bds 317 
N Greene 
" Chas P, printer Our Church Record, bds 317 N 

Greene 
'' Elizabeth J (wid P D), r 317 N Greene 
'' F Octavia Miss, bds 317 N Greene 
" L Berta Miss, bds 230 S Ashe 
'' Mary Z Miss, steno Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 317 N 

Greene 
"■ Nannie Y Miss, steno Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 317 

N Greene 
'' T Jos, bds 230 S Ashe 
" Wiley C* contr, r 230 S Ashe 
Webster J B. mgr Cone Ex & Com Co, bds 129 Schenck 
" Stelling F, tobacco buyer, bds 115 W Market 
Weil Arnold C, prest Fishblate-Katz Co, r New York 
" Robt,* r New York 



0. W. CARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



Weiland Philip J,* trav slmn, r 711 Martin 
Weill Ella (wid Solomon), r 321 Church 
Welch Paul G, elk Odell Hdw Co, bds 317 N Edge- 
worth 
Welker John,* rev collr, bds 224 S Ashe 

" Theodore L,* carp, r 3013 East 

" W Clarence,* carp ,r 711 S Ashe 
Well Alpheus A,* supt bridges So Ry, r 415 N Elm 
Welsh Michael, painter, bds 701 E Market 
Wemyss Robt L,* barkpr R G Gorrell, r 124 Buchanan 
West Alice J Miss, bds 209 N Cedar 

" Eugene G,* saloon 344 S Elm, bds 927 Pearson 

WEST JAMES H,* MGR GREENSBORO OPERA 

House; Excursion mgr; city bill poster, restau- 
rant; Confectioneries and fruits, 210 S Elm, r 
209 N Cedar (see opp back paster) 

'' Leila F Miss, bds 209 N Cedar 

" M Louisa (Mrs W W), dressmkr 912 Walker ave, r 
same 
Wm W,* carp, r 912 Walker ave 



O 
00 

0) 

o 

c 

H 
Z 

n 

r 

0) 

H 

a 
m 
m 

H 



> 

O 



O 1 



CO 

CD 

a 



CD 
W 

.to 

a 

'O. 

(t 
••a 
I 



era 

GO 



Pomona Terra Cotta Co 

POMO^IA, N. C. Phone 60. 



SEWER PIPE, 
WEIL TUBING, 
DRAIN TILE. Etc. 



Fresh, Tender Meats. 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 



stalls 3, 5, 7, CI y Market. 



cu 



Uj- 

i^ CD '^ 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



CO 



as"— 

■C3 CO 

CD CO 

^ OD 

X3 cn 

CO LD 



Uul 



CO OO 



CO 



WESTERN UNION TEL CO, S A HOWARD MGR, 114 S 

Elm 
Wetmore Rosa, bds 4?>5 McAdoo ave 

" Thos, student, bds 485 McAdoo ave 

" Wm H,* receiver Guilford Bank, r 435 McAdoo ave 
Wharton Bros (H W & L G), books, sta, etc, 210 S Elm 

" Cordie (Mrs W C), bds 354 Church 

WHARTON EDWARD P,* PRES SOUTHERN LOAN 

and Trust Co; v-prest Southern Stock Mutual 
Ins Co, and v-prest Underwriters of Greensboro^ 
r 741 Pearson 
" Ernest G, farmer, bds 739 Church 
'' Henry W* (Wharton Bros), r 1000 N Elm 
" Jesse R,* Co Super Public Schools, r 739 Church 
" John C, editor G'boro Presbyterian, bds 741 Pear- 
son 
" John W,* tinner, 324 S Elm, r 731 Pearson 
" Lee G (Wharton Bros), bds 739' Church 
" Mattie Miss, seamstress H H Cortland, bds 504 W 

Market 
" Robt H, elk Wharton Bros, bds 739 Church 

Greensboro ice $t Coal Co. 

" Ruth Miss, bds 731 Pearson 

" Walter L* (Smith, Blackburn & Co), r 429 W Gas- 
ton 
Wheeler Bertha G Miss, bds 710(410) Guilford ave 
" Bros (Carl and Stephen), sales stable 110 E Syca- 
more 
" Carl S* (^Mieeler Bros), r 341 N Greene 
" Helen J Miss, bds 710(410) Guilford ave 
" J Henry,* w^ks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona^ 

N C 
" John H, dentist 109 S Elm, bds 710(410) Guilford av 
" John K,* elk Brown Mer Co, r 710(410) Guilford ave 
" May Miss, bds 2086 E Market 
" Stephen G (^Mieeler Bros), bds 341 N Greene 
White Annie C Miss, tchr Lindsay St Schl, bds 316 E 
Lindsay 
" Augustus B,* watchman So Ry, r 451 Arlington 
" Cornelius,* tinner 509 Swannanoa, r same 

WHITE DAVID, SEC & TREAS SOUTHERN LOAN & 

Trust Co, rms S L & T Co Bldg 
" Geo W,* elk Racket Store, r 305 N Edgeworth 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Streeu 



Sanitary Plumbing 



SCIENTIFIC 
HBATIMG,: 



■■ 



HOTEL GLEBB 

W. F. CIEGG, Propr. 



IN CONNECTION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 



ALL KINDS OF LATHE WORK. 



0) 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 233 .- 

Wliite Hazel, carrier Telegram, bds 451 Arlington 
" Howard, molder Eagle Fdry Co, bds 60S S Elm 
" Isaac W,* mgr J W Forbis, r 325 Martin 
" Jack, carrier Telegram, bds 451 Arlington 
" Jas I, wks G'boro Furn Mf g Co, r 326 W Lee 
" Jas W, artist, bds 451 Arlington 
" John Mrs, wks Geo Mfg Co, r 610 E Market 
" John K,* elk C E Pugh, r 610 E Market 
'^ Jonathan D,* r 316 E Lindsay 

" Luther A,* elk R M S, r 709 Martin , ^ 

" Mary Belle Miss, bds 451 Arlington Jg ^JJ 

'' Mary E Miss,l)ds 316 E Lindsay § ^jl 

" Mattie G Miss, bds 316 E Lindsay o? ^J 

" Robt G,* photgr, 106^ S Elm, r 132 Price 1 1^ "J 

WHITE SEWING MACHINE CD'S AGENCY, ROBERT S" JST 

^Vingate mgr, 123 S Elm (see center lines) | ^ %Q 

" Stephen P,* r 702 Spring Garden '^' J^l 

" Thos A,* night watchmn So Ry ^ ^ 

WHITE WM H,* BICYCLE REPAIRER AND GUN AND 3 

locksmith, 117 E Market, r country ^^ 



WP RAIN Contractor and Builder ^ "n 

I Ul Ulllll 3021^^ SOUTH ELM STREET ^ ^^F 

WHITE WM JR, BKPR HAGUE-McCORKLE DRY ^-^ fl) 

Goods Co, bds 'S Greene . S •"• §■■ ■ 

Whitley Avery,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity | y 

" John R, rest 503 S Elm, bds Proximity " § > 

" Mary Miss, wks Proximity Mfg Co, r Proximity § 

" Sidney A,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity p 

" Wm P,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity P Qj 
Whitsett Geo W,* dentist, 106^ S Elm, r 217, Church ■■' 

" John W,* engr So Ry, r 422 Arlington 
" Minnie L Miss, bds 422 Arlington 



t 



5- r a" g ? -a 



W. H. WHITE ;i|l 

Repairer of ® ^ ^^3 

Bicycles, Guns, Locks and Lawn Mowers. fsll?! 

o'ct g ? 2. 

SB ^ 5 & 3 

2 -?a y 



Can Cut any Number Thread. Work Absolutely Guaranteed. 0<^ £ 5" 2. 

SB C 3 g 3 

11? EAST MARKET STREET. *" * 



Greensboro Steam Laundry 

IIMI3 West Market street. Plioae72. 



SHIRTS. 
COLLARS 
and CUFFS 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



Sr ! m»M^"M ! V*-i' 



r .. ^. 

For all kinds of INSURANCE see 

MURRAY BROS. 



.. 113 .. 

SOUTH ELM ST. 
Phone 163. 



^ 534 MALONEY'S aREENSBORO 

Whitsett Nell Miss, bds 217 Summit ave 

WHITT J H (J H WHITT & CO), PRES THE SOU 

Tobar-co Co, bds 414 N Elm 
" J H & Co (J H Whitt, Geo A Smith), proprs Farm- 
ers Warehouse, 241-43 N Greene 
" Rufus M,* farmer, r Pomona, N C 
Whitted Jas Y bkpr Sou Tobacco Co. bds 809 Pearson 
Whittingtou Caddye Miss, bds 347 Asheboro 
" Conrad S, wks Mchts Gro Co, bds 3022 East 
'*■ Jessie E Miss, bds 201i E Sycamore 
" Jos F, wks W F Whittington, bds same 
" Louise (wid Alphonso), r 703 Asheboro 
" Malinda (wid M S), r 3022 East 
" Mary A Miss, bds 3022 East 
" Mary L Miss, bds 347 Asheboro 
'' Monroe A, policeman, r 347 Asheboro 
" Perry B, elk John Barker, bds 108 N Davie 
" Robt C, bds 703 Asheboro 

" Wm A, wks J H WhUtiugton, bds 201i E Sycamore 

" Wm F,* furn repr 211 S Elm, r 20U E Sycamore 

Whitworth Alphonzo F R ev. -^ r 508 | S^Elm 

F^ariss PharmaoVf 

OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 



(A 


o 


a 


o 


ZO 


■V 


bO 


tD 


c 


c 


■ ■■■ 


■ IHB 


s: 


JC 


(D 


+-* 


• ^B 


o 


c 


■i^a 


l^_ 


o 


3 




U. 



" Walter C* elk Proximity Go's Store, r 225 Mebane 
Wicks Hattie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Richard F, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Sarah A (wid Wm), r Proximity 
" Wm H, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
^^'iley Annie Jfiss, wks Hucomuga Mills, r 913 S Elm 
" Annie W" Miss, tchr N «fc I College, bds same 
" Jno W, trav slmn, bds Benbow House 
" Thos A,* foreman Hucomuga Mill, r 913 S Elm 
" Thos W,* carp, r 620 Arlington 
Wilhoit Dauphus V,* farmer, r 377 W Bragg 
Wilkerson Alex, blksmith 525 S Elm, r Cedar bey lim 

" Thos, bag mstr So Ry, bds 328 Gorrell 
Willett Donald E,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Williams Andrew J,* foreman N C Christian Advo- 
cate, r 106 S Greene 
" Avery, carp, bds 442 E Washington 
^' Buxton B,* phys Keeley Inst, r 220 S Eugene 
" Chas A, porter C E Holton, bds 124 Fayetteville 
•" Fred, wks Geo Mfg Co, r E Market 
'■ Henry A,* train mstr So Ry, r 202 Fayetteville 



JNO. A. YOUNG 

TROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, Shade and ... . 
Ornamental Trees 

VINES AND PLANTS. 



MATTHEWS & HAMMER 

3025^ South Elm Street. %%^'S.^f.Z%.^'-''''''' 



Wiir Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 235 = J = 

m o 
> c 



Williams J H, gen agt N C Car Assn, bds 910 E Market 



C/3 



m 



m 



Lena Miss, wks Geo Mfg Co, r E Market — 3" H o 

]\rarT E (wid J M), r 910 E Market * H = 

Oscar,* trav slmn, r 322 Gorrell 

Ruf us F,* elk M G Newell & Co, r 901 Asheboro ' = o "^ ^ 

R Walter,* elk Odell Hdw Co, r 620 Asheboro _, z J« ae 

Sarah E (wid Jas D), bdg house 209 E Market, r ^ S > ^ 

same 
Vivian Miss, bds 901 Asheboro 



C» as r^ 00 

w - as X- 



&> 



" Walter L,* trav slmn Hunter Mfg & Com Co, r At- « -q w -• 

lanta, Ga » ^ s<a 

" Wm, wks S S Mitchell & Co S"° ?. H 

" Wm T, elk So Ry depot, bds 910 E Market J^ * i- o" 

Willis Edw J, weaver Hucomuga Mill, bds 920 Bellevue %■ w a ^ 

Wills Anna L (wid Richd H), r 618 W^ Gaston ? I -^ S 

" J Korman,* secv Odell Hdw Co. r 609 W Gaston — S". p — 

" Richd T, bkpr Odell Hdw Co, bds 618 W Gaston -o Z! "* 

Wilmoth John J,* engr So Rv, r Asheboro bey limits < ^ ^ 

Wilson A Gilmer,* groc 417 E Washington, r 419 same % E: 

" Agnes J Miss, bds 818 W Market ' ■= ^ 5 

" Albert R,* phys 106^ S Elm, bds 438 Church % °-^ 

GuillDPd bumbep Manii[ac(upiDg^Co7 ^ 1 1 

^24-32 South Ashe street. GREENSBORO, N. C. ■ C/3 

" Alice Miss, bds 106 Bain I 

" Annie (wid Lewis), r 206 N Davie ^ 

" Chas B,* eontr, r 706 Walker ave 

" Chas C,* inventor, r 806 Asheboro 
" Helen M Miss, r 818 W Market 
" Herman, elk R M S, r 206 N Davie 
" Jas R H, slmn J M Hendrix & Co,bds 403 W Market f^ 

" John, wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Pomona, 1>1 G —4 

" John B, wks J J Phoenix, bds 403 W Market • ^^ ^ 

" John N,* atty 104 Court Sq, r 227 Lindsay ', ■ '^— > 

" Julius A, Avks C C Wilson, bds same O P^i * 

^' Lillie L Miss, bds 403 W Market O ^^Cl •« 

" Luther, wks G'boro I & C Co, bds 610 S Elm S ^^ g 

" Mattie D Miss, bds 818 W Market J "^^ ^ 

" Maud M Miss, bds 419 E Washington ^ mh^ a 

" Minnie I Miss, bds 403 W Market ■< f-^ 3 

" Nellie (wid Robt), r 403 W Market I ^sa » 

" Ronald B, student, bds 206 N Davie • Zl^-< 
" Rudolph O, wks Hucomuga Mills, r 871 S Elm 
" Wm F,* supervisor So Ry, r 106 Bain 
Wimble J Frank,* wks Huff & Roberts, r country 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



McGlampoch Bros. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Famish Tiles and tay Tile Floors. Get Ihelr KsUmate. 



Mantels, Grates, 
... Tiles ... 

TEY OUR 

" CAHILL SPECIAL BRATE." 



o 



236 



m 


o 


-r-r 


a> 


• IBB 


CJ> 




ijj 


^~ 


J3 


Q- 


O 


=3 


oo 


■CJ 


CL. 


■«t 


c 


CO 


ar 


et 


c: 


r"^ 






*— 


C35 


(U 


as 


T" 


> 


ijj 


'co 




1 — 

— 1 


CO 


h- 


^ 


0. 


CO 






+-• 


e£> 


.t-t 




3»r 


C3. 




DC 


E 


<-> 


o 




LU 


£- 






Q- 


- 





MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



WINGATE B L (MRS ROBT), SEWING MACHINE AT- 

taelinients, bicycles and bicycle sundries, 123 S 
Elm, r 413 Asheboro (See center lines) 

" Jais I,* wks So Ry, bds 233 Lewis 

" Robt,* bicycles, r 413 Asb )boro 
Winn John H,* overseer Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
Winuingham Alma M Miss, steno, bds 433 W Sycamore 

" Gaines C, elk, bds 433 W Sycamore 

'' Jas L,* contr, r 433 W Sycamore 
Winstead Mariah A (wid J M), r 404 W Market 
Wise David, tailor 302^ S Elm, bds Wood House 

" Elijah M, wks G'boro S & B Wks, r 308 W Lee 
Withei-spoon Cameron,* engr So Ry, r 322 Asheboro 

" Sarah E Miss, steno, bds 322 Asheboro 

" Susan K Miss, bds 809 Pearson 

" Thornwell, student, bds 322 Asheboro 

" Walter S,* condr So Ry, r 809 Pearson 
Wolfe John L, carp, bds 240 E Market 

" John M,* contr 240 E Market, r same 

" Mary V Miss, bds 240 E Market 

" Wm,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

ALDERMAN 1 Photographer. 

"^■' ■■ ■■ IWlr^l* / 113]^ E.^ST MARKET STREET. 

B. L. WINGATE ...7 

SEWING 
MACHINES 




Attachments, Needles, 
* Etc. 



No. 123 South Elm Street 



Bicycles and Sundries 

RENTING AND REPAIRING 



M^ II IMPURIERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

CbOrklG Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S. Elm Street, 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdoc House Buildings 



TOILET ARIICLES, 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Soda an I Mineral Waters. 



1899-1900 CITY DIKECTORY, 



237 



Woltz Annie E Miss, bds 535 S Elm 
" Chas E,* carp, r 535 S Elm 
" Jas E, carp, bds 535 S Elm 
" Lewis D, retired, bds 629 S Elm 
" Mary P Miss, bds 535 S Elm 
Womble Peter,* elk W S Kivett, r 862 S Elm 
" Wm C, porter Mchts Gro Co, bds W Washington 
" W G, elk Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 205 W Wash- 
ington 
Wood Eliza (wid — ), wks S Finishing Mills, r 109^ E 

Market 
WOOD ELSIE A MISS, BDS WOOD HOUSE 

'' Eunice H Miss, bds TOO W Market 
WOOD FRANK H REV,* PRESIDING ELDER G'BORO 

Dist, r 700 W Market 
WOOD HOUSE, MRS NANCY WOOD PROPRSS, 
1001 S Elm (See Adv) 
" Josie L Miss, bds 227 (228) N Spring 
WOOD NANCY MRS (MRS W C), PROPRSS WOOD 
House, r same (See Adv) 
" Nannie C Miss, bds 700 W Market 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 

103 W. HARKET STREET. 

A/l/'ood House 

Cor. S. Elm and W. Market Streets. 
MRS. ^A/'. C. AVOOD, Proprietress. 



( BY THE DAY. 
BOARDING \ BY THE WEEK. 
i BY THE MONTH. 



Located in the Business Center of the City. 
Opposite Court House and Postoffice. 

ALL MODERN CONVBNIENCIES. 

Table Supplied with the Best the Market Affords. 



0) 



05 o 



r ? 

-< 

o 
at 

►8 






(D 



3D 



a 






f 



ti 



H 

o 



SI fi) 



$1.00 Per Day, and Cheaper by Week or Month, i "" = 



S CD 



(A 



■0 

o 

mimm 

3 

«-» 



The Contracts 
of the 



PENN Mutual Life 



Are the 
Most Liberal. 



See J H. HERRITT, 



4 Katz Building. 






z 




o 

z 


o o 






o c^ 


X 

1- 


ll^ 


>■ 


^^ 


Q! 


w d 


llJ 

> 
Id 






O CO 




•^^ 




>8 22 




u o 




OPC 



Will H. Matthews & Co, clothiers 

304 South Elm Street. FOR CASH ONLY. 

J£2 238 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

TS — ______ 

O Wood Nan M Miss, bds 227(228) N Spring 

O WOOD NORA MISS, BDS WOOD HOUSE 

^^W " Thos G,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Warwick W* (Berger-Wood Tob Co), r 227(228) 
Spring 
Woodard Mjrtle Miss, bds 528 Douglass 
" Robt L* (Wo'odard & AfcCuiston), r 528 Douglass 
^' & McCuiston (R L Woodard, J T McCuistonj, hdw, 
r 521 S Elm 
Woodburn John, molder G T Glascock & Son, r W Lee 
Woodroll'e Fannie Miss, bds 407 Walker ave 
" Frank, contr and bldr, bds 407 Walker ave 
" T'lios,* prestt and nigr G'boro Brick & Tiling Co, r 

407 Walker ave 
" Thos Jr,* contr and bldr 301 Walker ave, r 407 same 
Woodruff L F,* with Cone Exp & Com Co, bds Beribow 

House 
Woods Chas R, student, bds 233 Mebane 
" Leroy W,* barber Fisher bldg, r 233 Mebane 
" Maud M Miss, music tchr 233 Mebane, bds same 
" Wm L, barber L W Woods, bds 233 Mebane 

B . L. W I W GAT E 1 ^^^''^^ ^*^'^"*'^ ^^^ 

123 South Elm Street, j ATTACHMENTS. 

Woody Effie L Miss, wks Hucomuga Mills, r 871 S Elm 
AVoolcott Fred,* trav slmn Hague-McCorkle Dry 

Goods Co, bds Benbow House 
Woollard Eliza E (wid J), wks N & I College, r Kildee 

ave 
Wooters Bessie F Miss, opr G'boro Tel Ex, r 609 Ashe- 
boro 

" Eliza E Miss, bds 609 Asheboro 

" Ernest M, car-p, bds 609 Asheboro 

" Hattie L Miss, elk Morris & Co, bds 609 Asheboro 

" John T,* carp, r 609 Asheboro 
Wootton Edna L Miss, bds 600 Asheboro 

" Mary O (wid C S), r 600 Asheboro 

" Pauline A Miss, bds 600 Asheboro 
Workman Avius F,* carp, r 104 N Forbis 

" Tempe J (wid Henry), bds 104 N Forbis 

" Wm W,* elk Brown Mer Co, bds Planters Hotel 

WORTH JOHN M,* PRES SOUTHERN STOCK MUTU- 

al Ins Co, r Asheboro, N C 
'' Rhoda M Miss, r 881 S Cedar 



Rankin, Chisholm, Stroud & Rees ■• mens .. 

• 300 South Elm Street. OUTFNTEnS. 



■4**'^.< m ta f in^mr^-^mr 



Cape Fear M'nf'g Co. 

BVILDINQ MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Bough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY, 



239- 



WORTH WM E,* PRES GREENSBORO ICE & COAL 

Co, r Wilmington, N C 
Wray Absolam C,* grocer Proximity, r same 
- " Henry, wks S Finisliing Mill 
" Jos,* wks Prox Mfg Co, r I'roximity 
" \Ym L,* OAer S Finishing Mill, r I'ldxiniitv 
Wright Annette L (wid — ), r 227 X Elm 

WRIGHT CLEM G,* PRES BROOKS MFG CO, V-PRES 

Hunter Mfg & Com Co, r 227 N Elm 
" E H,* trav slmn Mchts Gro Co, bds McAdoo House 
" Jas A,* agt Life Ins Co of Va, r 1058 N Chestnut 
" John B," musical mdse 104 S Elm, r 923 Bellevue 
" Lillian Miss, bds 658 Chestnut 
" Thos,* farmer, r 526 Douglass 

WYCHE JAMES E,* DENTIST 113 1-2 S ELM, R 615 

W Gaston 
" Mary E Miss, trained nurse N & I College, bds sauK? 
W^ynne Geo V, elk J C Olive, bds 729 Walker ave 
Wyrick Chas V, wks So Ry. bds 507 W Bragg 
" Corrado Miss, with Cone Exp & Com Co, bds 204 E"^ 
Market 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



" Daly, wks S Finishing Mill 

" Ella R,* wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, bds 507 W Bragg 

" J Andy,* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona, 

N C 
" John, wks S Finishing Mill 
" Luther A,* wks G'boro Water S Co, r 309 Belle 

Meade are 
"' Mary M (Mrs M W), r 507 W^ Bragg 
'' Robt R,* wks Sergeant Mfg Co, r 316 N Greene 
Wysong O Cortez,* trav slmn, r 600 W Lee 



DR. J. E. WYCHE 



. . . . Dentist. 



X 
o % 

m o "XJ 

S r^ ^ 
^ CO 

CO r^O 

H -^ 

R ^. 

H O 

3 



Office in 
Savings Bank Building. 



113i SOUTH ELM STREET.- 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 

General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs. 



Staple and Fancy Groceries, PHOENIX &filKEN 

SPECIAL ATTENTION . v " 

TO SELECT RETAfL TRADE. 210 South Davie Street. 



<0 

UJ 

- J 

B < 
£ UJ 

V) ~ 
0) ^ 



^ 



o 



.240^ MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



♦: Yates Carrie G Mrs, r rear 321 Church 

2 " Chas G, carrier Telegram, bds 321 Church 

i; " H Brantlev, carrier Telegram, bds 321 Church 

*« YATES JAMES F,* TIN & SHEET IRON WKS, E 

£ A'V'ashington nr Elm, r 1058 ^V Marlvet (See Adv) 

UJ " Jesse, wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona, N C 

jc " Jos,* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona, N C 

S " Mamie A Miss, bds 328 Church 

O '' Margaret Miss, bds 328 Church 

^ " Martha E (wid C G), bds 328 Church 

3 " Martha E (wid J H), r Proximity 

W " Monroe, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

CO " Peter P,* slsmn, r 223 Lindsay 

g « W B, carp, bds 608 S Elm 

York Alfred L, wks Guilford Lmbr Co, r 702 Arlington 
" J as M,* sec foreman A & Y Ry, r 840 S Elm 
" Jeannette Miss, dressmkr 922 Carr, bds same 
" John L, bds Wood House 

m Yost Chas W,* blksmith 122 Lewis, r 650 S Spring 

^ " Mamie B Miss, bds 650 S Spring 

Young Ada Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 

" Fannie B (wid L E), bds 516 N Greene 

YOUNG JOHN A,* PROPR GREENSBORO NURSERIES 

2 miles east city, Phone 43 (See bottom lines) 
'■ Lillian H Miss, bds 516 N Greene 
" Minnie Miss, wks Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 
" Wm B* (A E Fordham & Co), bds 107| W Market 

^VleAdoG Ho^se 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Perfect fieixl 

Appointments. Management. 

Elegant Sample Rooms Free. 
Free Bus Meet all Trains. 



PERKINS & HALL, Proprietors. 



W. C. BEASLEY 

il3 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plumbing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



FIELDER & MOWER 



HEADQUARTERS FOR. 



Office and Typewriter Supplies 



"DIX:il£" 

TYPEWRITER RIBBONS, 

Silk, salvage edge, full length, 
Made in all colors for all Type- 
writers. Especially prepared 
for the Southern climate. Ev- 
ery one guaranteed. 



DIX:iE" 

TYPEWRITER CARBON 
PAPER, 

Made on Japanese silk paper. 
Guaranteed not to smear. 
Especially prepared for the 
Southern climate. All colors. 
Seeing is believing. 



The "Wernicke" Elastic Book Cases. 

The " Globe" Desks, Piles, Cabinets and Office Furniture. 

All grades, weights, sizes Typewriter Paper; see sample book. 
Waterman's Pountain Pens. Dixon's Pencils, 
Mimeographs, Neostyles, Hektographs. 

Secondhand Typewriters, all makes, fully guaranteed, 
easy terms, less than half price. 



Tbe Best Typewriter, 

THE YOST nPEWITER. 



Repair Department. 

Remember we have the only factory- 
Equipped Rebuilding Establishment 
South. We repair, rebuild and adjust 
all makes of Typewriters and make them 
practically as good as new. All work 
gruaranteed. 



We haven't exhausted the subject. Send for catalogues for full particulars, 
but remember the •' Best " and " Yost " are synonymous. 

We Sell Everything Used in tbe Office. 

FIBI^nBR & MOWBR 

(The largest Typewriter and Office Supply House South). 
No. 6 Wall Street. Phone 241. ATLANTA, QA. 




ff\Kjn^ T'JL^ 



FIELDER & MOWER 



HEADQUARTERS FOR. 



Office and Typewriter Supplies 



" DIXIE »' 

TYPEWRITER RIBBONS, 

Silk, salvage edge, full length, 
Made in all colors for all Type- 
writers. Especially prepared 
for the Southern climate. Ev- 
ery one guaranteed. 



DIXIE'* 

TYPEWRITER CARBON 
PAPER, 

Made on Japanese silk paper. 
Guaranteed not to smear. 
Especially prepared for the 
Southern climate. All colors. 
Seeing is believing. 



The "Wernicke" Elastic Book Cases. 

The " Globe" Desks, Files, Cabinets and OfBce Furniture. 

All grades, weights, sizes Typewriter Paper; see sample book. 
Waterman's Fountain Pens. Dixon's Pencils, 
Mimeographs, Neostyles, Hektographs. 

Secondhand Typewriters, all makes, fully guaranteed, 
easy terms, less than half price. 



The Best Typewriter, 

THE YOST TYPEWITER. 



Repair Department. 

Remember we have the only factory 
Equipped Rebuilding Establishment 
South. We repair, rebuild and adjust 
aU makes of Typewriters and make them 
practically as good as new. All work 
sruaranteed. 



We haven't exhausted thesubject. Send forcatalogues for full particulars, 
but remember the "'Best" and "Yost" are synonymous. 

We Sen Everything Used in the Office. 

FIBL^DBR & MOWBR 

(The largest Typewriter and Office Supply House South). 
No. 6 Wall Street. Phone 241. ATLANTA, OA. 




. „J 



W. F. GLEGG & BRO. FruiirNduce 



364-8 South Elm Street. 



1899-1900 CITY DIKECTORY. 



and Commission Mercliants. 



241 



VOLUME V. 



"TV ••'pw" •JSi »*Ts» •'Ts* •/TN* *»T^ *'T^ tiT^ ifTs* ■'J^ ii-TS* •'■p* i'Ts. y^ 




GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Business and Professional Firms, See Classified Business 

Directory. 

ASTERISK (*) OPPOSITE NAME DENOTES MARRIED 



Abernathy Angeline (c), laund, r rear 210 N Maple 

"■ Wm (c), wks Eagle Foundry Co 
Adams Albert (c),* wks G'boro S & B Wks, r country 

" Cordelia (c), laund, r 522 E Gaston 

" David (c), lab, bds 522 E Gaston 

^' Jno (c),* brick mason, r Warnersville 

" Jno L (c), wks D Yancey, bds 522 E Gaston 

" Margaret (c), wks Keeley Inst 

^' Nathan H (c),* cook Keeley Inst, rms 806 S Ashe 

" Turner (c), lab, rms 231 Percy 
Agricultural and Mechanical College for the Colored 
Race (The) (c), J B Dudley pres, Mebane and 
Dodson 
Albright Amy (c), r S Ashe bey limits 

" Catherine (c), cook Mrs W Sergeant, r 1039 E Wash- 
ington 

" Chas (c), lab, bds 41& E Lindsay 

■" Johnson (c),* janitor Natl Bank, r 416 E Lindsay 




H 
C 
X 



30 

fi) 



-- • J S =» c= 

^ . a — ® m 






® 2 




ir. ^ a t» r. 
a. a S: a-x 



5' i S: S-x" 

» SJ" g a 3 

Wo .-So 



GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 

FINEST W03K IN THE CITY. 



ill-113 West Market Street. 



PHONE 72. 



MURRAY BROS. 

113 SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. 



INSURANCE. 



Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler.. 



tn 



242 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



ts 


0) 


^ 


fk: 


f/> 


■■ « 


o 


51 


CO 


z^ 


09 


< C 


CO 


H « 




H S 


CS 


Si 




Z 


o 


< 

S 



Albrig^ht L (c), driver Win Logan, bds 41G E Lindsay 

" Lula (c), laiind, r 722 S Ashe 

" Mary (c), house girl N Ellington 
Alexander Sarah (c), cook W L Grissom, r same . 

" Walter (c),* lab, r Jacksonville 
Allen Albert (c),* fireman G'boro Furn Mfg Co, r 
Warnersville 

" Ambrose (c), hostler E Morehead, r 348 S Elm 

" David (c),* wks So Ry, r Warnersville 

" Edw (c), drvr D W Corl & Son, r rear 615 W Market 

" Katie (c), bds 325(825) Austin 

" Lydia (c), wks G'boro Stm Ldry, r 408 High 

" Nannie (c), nurse J G Brodnax jr, r same 

" Pleasant (c),* lab, r 110 S Davie 
Allison Jas (c), lab, r Jacksonville 
Alston Abner (c), wks Proximity- Mills, r 523 Schenck 

" Alfred (c), student, bds 817 Baptist 

" Alice (c), laund, r Warnersville 

" Chas (c), lab, r Warnersville 

" David (c),* lab, r 305 Bennett 

" Ella (c), cook D C Benbow, r same 

F^ariss Rharmaoy* 

tf OPP. BENBOW HOUSE. 

O 

g " Frank (c), wks I'rox Mills, bds 606 E Lindsay 

♦- , " Gaston (c),* lab, r 124 Beach 

^ " Jacob (c)* (Vanstory & Alston), wks S Finishing 

C Mill, r 606 E Lindsay 

£ " Jas (c),* wks So Rv, r Warnersville 

III " Jerry (c),* wks So frt depot, r 410 High 

- " Jno '(c),* lab, r 604 E Lindsav 

4J " Jno (c), lab, bds 2005 New 

'■3 " Jno (c),* driver Dr Mebane, r 221 E Gaston 

2k '' Jos J (c),* lab, r Warnersville 

" King (c),* driver G W Denny, r 117 Percy 

CO " Lilla (c), laund, r 117 Percy 

'' Louis (c), wks So frt depot, rms 410 High 
" Louis (c),* porter So Ry, r 409 N Maple 
"■ Mary (c), laund, r WarnersA'ille 
" Mattie (c), cook Mrs S H Boyd, r same 
'' Peter (c), lab, r Warnersville 
" Rachel (c), cook J F Stephens, r same 
" Robt (c), wks Mrs E V Barnes 
" Schenck (c),* driver Odell Hdw Co, r 951 E Wash- 
ington 



JNO. A. Y 




TWO MILES EAST CITY. 



Nurserymen 



PHONE 43. 



.V-<^ 



J^ 



Matthews & Hammer ins»ranoejiie.ts 

m-iy^ SOUTH ELM STREET. ^ysRepretSed." 



o 



0(S 



1899-1900 CITY DIKECTORY. 243 2 = 5? H 

AMon Wiley (c),* wks So Ry, r 410 High ° g 5 o 
American House (The) (e), T Causey propr, 332 S Davie ^ H x x 
Anderson Jas (c),* wks Dr Benbow, r 804 S Cedar * *^ 5 a 
"■ Jas (c), plasterer, bds 416 :N Gilmer '^ « 5= 2 
*' Jno (c), wks Clegg's Bakery, rms 216 Mebane _! z <" z 
" Margaret (e), domestic, r 416 N Gilmer i^ "* > = 
" Wm (c),* lab, r 802 E Market S" S f" w 
Anderton Chas (c), lab, rms 711 E Sycamore ^ "J " « 
Angel Holland (c), lab, r Jacksonville » 
Apple Thos (c),* driver Odell Hdw Co, r 207 N Forbis 
Archibald Jas (c),* wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Po- 
mona N C 2. o — o" 
Ashe Ella L (c), tchr, bds 2002 S Ashe %-lfi^^ 
'' Lula (c), nurse Jno M Dick, r same 3; 3 »» S 
" Lydia (c), laund, r 2002 S Ashe E. ° -^ ° 
Atwater Andrew (c), wks G'boro Gas &. El Lt Co, r 428 -n 5" .^ «»' 
E Washington • 5" *" 3* -n 
" Morris (c),* lab, r 417 Cole o l ® 3 
" Rhoda (c), wks H Cohen ^ - 3 ^ 
" Stephen (c),* lab, r 4073 East I" s! 3 
Austin Jas (c), wks So Ry » „ '^ 

CuiilopH bumbBP Manufacturing Bo. ^ p ^ 

624-32 South Ash* Street. GREENSBORO, N. C. ^ 

" Jno (c),* wks G A Mebane, r E Gaston 

'" King (c),* driver G W Denny, r 117 N Percy ^ 

'' Mattie (c), cook Wm Richmond, r S Gilmer mm^^^.^^^ 
" Morris (c), lab, rms 206 Clinton 
" Wilson (c),* lab, r 206 Clinton 

Avery Adam (c),* lab, r 641 E Gaston ^^^ 

Avres Lillie (c), laund, r Warnersville CmS 

A & M College Register (The) (c), P E Robinson, W T — — f 

C Cheek editors, A & M College \ —■— S 

. ^*" > 



BO 
o 30 ;; 

Bailey Amy (c), laund, r Warnersville S i^^^ ^ 

" Annie (c), laund, rms 151 N Dodson 5 ^ 

" Fannie (c), laund, r 709 E Sycamore 2 ^-H * 

^' Martha (c), wks G'boro Stm Ldry, r Jacksonville < ^^^ g 

" Mary (c), cook, r Warnersville * ^,,, j, 

" Stephen (c),* lab, r Warnersville • }-''' ^ ■< 

" Wm (c), lab, r Warnersville ^S* 

Baldwin Sank (c), wks So frt depot, bds Gaston 

Balsley Benj (c), porter So Ex Co, rms E Market 

Banks Benj F (c), plasterer, bds American House 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 W. Market St. 



ALL KINDS OF .1^ 

Feed and 
...Seed Products. 



Will H. Matthews & Co. nm& 

304 South Elm Street one Price. For Cash Only. 



OS 



S2 <^ 



ce 


C/> 


UJ 


CJ> 


QO 


as 




c: 


■ 


fi^ 


f~ 


^j 




C/i 


^ 


S3 


!= 


*- 


's 


^ 


</> 




lo- 


^E 


L^ 


os 


^" 




C/5 


Q2I 


g= 


^ 


o 


CUD 


3= 


^ 


.— 




«? 



246 MALONEY'g GREEJ^QBOBO 

Bonnett Isaac (c), wks G'boro Gas & El Lt Co, r 533 

E Washington 
Bonney Charlotte (e), laund, r 513 E Was[Lington 
Booker Janie (e), laiind, bds 945 McGee 

" Julia (c), maid G F College, bds 945 McGee 

" Lizzie (c), cook C R Brown, r 236 Percy 

" Maggie (c), laund, r 945 McGee 
Bosley Benj (c), wks So Exp Co, bds 401 E Market 
Bowie Lizzie (c), cook J M Reece 
Boyer Lizzie (c), cook Mrs Rees, rms 2.33 N Gilmer 
Bradshaw Raleigh (c), lab, bds 812 S Ashe 
Brame W F (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
Branch Jno J (c),* wks A & Y Ry, r 993 S Cedar 
Brannick Charity (c), cook N M King 
Brannock Bettie (c), laund N & I Col, r 351 N Maple 
Brean Cora (c), cook W E Coffin, r same 
Brem Oscar (c),* farmer, r Jacksonville 
Brewer Benj (c), wks Empire S & I Wks, bds 841 S Elm 
Bridges Geo (c),* wks Odell Hdw Co, r 945 McGee 

" Jas (c), wks S Finishing Mill, r 1015 E Washington 
Brin Sallie (c), laund, r Warnersville 
Brinkley Laura (c), maid Mrs T Settle, r same 

B. L. WIN GATE ^BICYCLES 

123 S. Elm Street. \ Mti REPAIRS. 

" Rachael (c), laund, r Warnersville 
Brittain Amy (c), wks N & I Col, bds 606 S Ashe 
" Augustus (c),* cook, r 904 Vance 
" Ella (c), cook, r S Ashe bev limits 
" Jane (c), laund, r 339(939) W McCulloch 
" Jennie (c), laund, r S Ashe bey limits 
Broadaway Jno (c),* wks G'boro Roller Mills, r 504 

Chestnut 
Broadnax Anna (c), cook R F Dalt'oin, r same 
" W^m (c),* cook, r 603 E Gaston 
" Wm (c),* lab, r rear 122 W Sycamore 
Brooks Anderson (c),* wks Benbow Hse, r 969 E Wash- 
ington 
*' Carrie (c), laund, rms 116 S Gilmer 
" Catherine (c), laund, r rear 817 Baptist 
'' Levi (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
" Lucy (c), cook, r 745 Baptist 

" Robt W (c),* brkmn A & Y Ry, r S Ashe bey limits 

C^ L' " Wm (c),* wks So Ry, r 108 East 

^^^g i.* Brookshire Annie (c), r 610 S Spring 

BE U " Thos (c), wks Watson's Brick yd, r 610 S Spring 

MKIN, CHISHOtM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 

300 SOUTH ELM STREET. ■ ■ - 



-J] 



Gape Fear M'nf'g Co. 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Kough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



247 



Brower Bettie (c), laund, r Warnersville 

Brown Alonzo (c), driver Morrison & Bro, bds S Ashe 
" Bessie (c), wks W N McNeill, r same 
" Chase K (c), elk A G Nelson & Son, bds same 
" Daisy (c), nurse R P Gorrell, bds 434 S Mendenhall 
" Early (c), butler, bds 434 S Mendenhall 
" Elwood (c),* lab, r Warnersville 
" Fannie (c), cook, bds 628 S Spring 
" Geo (c),* wks Keelev Inst, r 121 Percy 
" Geo (c), :wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co 
" Henry (c),* lab, r 434 S Mendenhall 
" Henry (c),* wks So Ry, r Warnersville 
" Jacob (c), wks J H West, r same 
" Jas A (c),* rms 918 E Market 
" Jane (c), cook J M Rosenblatt, r same 
" Leila (c), waitress N & I College 
" Lizzie (c), laund, bds 214 S Mendenhall 
"' Major (c), wks Wheeler Bros, bds N Greene 
" Marv (c), laund, r 2049 New 
" Pattie (c), wks N & I Col, bds 434 S Mendenhall 
" Rufus (c), wks McAdoo Hse, rms 711 E Sycamore 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



" Senia (c), cook Mrs Witherspoon, r 515 High 
Bryant Jno (c),* wks Brooks Mfg Co, r 136 N Men- 
denhall 
" Vincent Q (c), waiter J S Jones, bds 119 E Market 
Buckner Amos (c), wks J M Hendrix, r same 
Bullock Jas L (c), phys 358^ S Elm, bds 2005 Be^nett 
" Moses J Rev (c),* r 2005" Bennett 
" Saml B (c),* baker 735 Baptist, r same 
Bunting Annie (c), laund, bds 204 W Bragg 

" Jno (c), wks Union News Co, bds 204 W Bragg 
Buntrock Edw A H (c), tchr, bds 828 Johnson 
Burns Madison (c), butler D Schenck, bds 419(319) N 

Spring 
Burroughs Jas (c), hostler E Morehead, r 348 S Elm 
Burt Ida (c), laund, r 128 S Gilmer 

" Jas (c), wks So Ry 
Burton Annie (c), rest 108 S Davie, r same 
" Durant (c),* lab, r 1035 College ave 
" Henry (c),* carp, r rear 146 W McCulloch 
" Mattie (c), cook, r rear 146 W McCulloch 
" Noah (c), wks R Thomas, rms 1035 College ave 



1 52! 



m 

r 
S 

(0 

H 

m 
m 



^ 






O I 



25 CD 

i> 

^« 

WCD 
« CO 
CD 

CS M 

(0 9 

CD 
I 



GO 



Pomona Terra Cotta Co 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 



SEWER PIPE, 
WELL TUBING. ' 
DRAIN TILE. Etc. 



Fresh, Tender Meats. 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 



Stalls 3, 5, 7, Ciy Market. 



248 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



£0 

CD 



ZZ. CD 



cc 



CO ^ 



o 
o 



CO o 
CU o) 

03 



CO CJ3 



Butler Jno H M (c), tclir A & M College, r same 
Byers Leonora St C (e), tchr Pub School No 1, bds 235 
E Gaston 

" Mitchell (c),* janitor Court House, r 235 E Gaston 
Byrd Jno (c), waiter R R Eating House 

" Haywood (c),* wks American Tob Co, r 200 N Percy 

" Wm (c),* wks Prox Mill, r 455 Cole 



Cain Wm (c), driver Cunningham Bros 
Caldwell Alice (c), laund, r rear 4078 East 

" Bettie (c). laund, r Jacksonville 

" Calvin (c),* lab, r Warnersville 

" Cora (c), servant D Schenck 

" Cornelius (c),* lab, r rear 130 S Mendenhall 

" Dora (c), laund, r rear 4082 East 

" Frank (c),* plasterer, r 212 Mebane 

" Hattie (c), wks G F College 

" Jennie (c), wks McAdoo House, bds same 

'' Jno (c),* lab, r 4082 East 

Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 

:e>xzo3>j-x: so. 



CO 
MJI 



oo oo 



oo 



" J Edw (c),* fireman So Ry, r 833 Johnson 
'' Jos T (c),* plasterer, r 214 E Gaston 
" Lou (c), cook Mrs H E Tate, r same 
'• Lucy (c), laund, bds 324(944) W McCulloch 
" Martha (c), bds 3G7 W Bragg 
" Matthew (c),* wks G F College, r same 
" Prudence (c), cook R M Sloan, r Chestnut 
" Wesley (c), lab, r rear 130 S Mendenhall 
" Wm (c), wks S Finishing Mill 
Campbell Albert (c), wks C F Mfg Co, r Whittington 
" Andrew (c),* lab, r Warnersville 
" Jno (c), wks C F Mfg Co, r AVhittington 
Camplin Henry (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
Cannon Giles (c),* cook McAdoo House, r 426 Cole 
Capps Wm H (c), lab, rms 837 Factory 
Carmack Emma (c), cook L A Wyrick, r same 
Carpenter R (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
Carr Laura (c), cook J W McNairy, r Warnersville 

*' Wm (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
Carter Elijah (c), wks Wm Yates, bds 415 Lindsay 
" E M (c), librarian A & M College, r same 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plnmbing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
H EATING.. 



HOTEL GLEee 

W. F. CLEGG, Propr. 



IN C ONNEC TION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 



1899-1900 CITY DIEECTOKY. 



24a> 



Carter Geo (c),* tinner, r 305 N Percy 

" Geo (c),* wks Pitts & Monroe, r 1005 E Washington 

" Geo (c),* cook Benbow House 

" Robt (c),* plasterer, rms 900 Vance 

" Sidne}" (c), tinner Wm Yates, bds 415 Lindsay 
Case Chas (c), wks G T Glascock & Son, r 120 N Maple 

" Pinkney (c), lab, bds 120 N Maple 

" Wm (c),* gardener, r 120 N Maple 
Causey Adolphus (c), lab, bds American House 

" Eobt (c), lab, bds American House 

" Turner (c), propr American House, r same 
Cecil Bartholomew (c),* lab, rms 112 East 

" Chas (c), lab So Ey, rms 112 East 

" Jno (c), carp, rms 112 East 

" Ola (c), cook, rms 112 East 
Chalmers Mary A (c), coiok J G Foushee, r same 
Charles Wyatt (c),* lab, r 240 N Gilmer 
Chavers Lizzie (c), wks E J Forney, r same 
Chavis Jarris D (c),* pres Bennett College, r same 

" Jno (c), lab, bds 629 E Gaston 

" Jno (c), wks Prox Mill, bds 455 Cole 

n RAIN Contractor and Builder 

I Ul Ufllll 3021^ SOUTH ELM STREET 

" Jos E (c),* lab, r 4007 East 

" Nelson (c),* farmer, r Jonesboro 

" Oscar (c), wks Pomona T Cotta Co, r Pomona N 

" Robt (c), wks Pomona T Cotta Co, r Pomona N C 
Claiborne Jas (c),* cook, r rear 439 E Washington 
CLAIBOENE, see also CLAYBOUENF 
Clapp Geo (c,),* wks G'boro I & C Cto, r rear 920 S Elm 

" Isaac (c), drayman, bds 358^ S Elm 

" Jos (c), wks C P Vanstory Stable, rms same 

" Odie (c),* porter So Ey, r'4077 East 
Clark Dayid (c),* lab, r 211i S Elm 

" Edw (c), lab, rms 835 Vance 

" Eugenia (c), laund, bds 371 W Bragg 

" Harry (c), driver M S Jeffreys, r Spring 

" Jane (c), laund, r Jacksonyille 

" Jesse (c), butler Madam B Alexander, r Warners- 
ville 

" Matthew (c),* wks B H Merrimon, r Jacksonville 

" Eachel (c),* laund, r 835 Vance 

" Eosa M (c), cook E L Hollowell, r same 

" Sallie (c), cook W L Ferrell, r same 



rO 



m 

K 

z 
c 

o? 

Eh 

w _ 



c 
> c 

2 



(D 



7} 



Q) 



» c» "^ 

5" I* 2 



W 



e 2 » 

ft o 

£ 3 O 



O"* 3 •» £ 



■5-5 



ft 5- 



a ^1 



Greensboro Steam Laundry 

HMI3 West Mariiet Strut. Ptone 72. 



SHIRTS, 
COLLARS 
and CUFFS 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see i IQ 

SOUTH ELM ST. 



MURRAY BROS. 



Phone 163. 



(O -250 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

"73 (nark t^arnh J (c), tclii% r J)!)3 S Cedar 



CD 



o 



3 



(Q Clajbourne Annie (c), laund, r Jacksonville 

f^ O " Arthur (c), porter J H Low, bds Jacksonville 

MB /i " Ernest (c), porter Troxler Uros, r rear 918 S Elm 

J^ U " J"o (c),* lab, r 920 S Elm 

. ^ " Lou (c), waitress N & I College 

XA ^^ " Nellie (c), laund, r Jacksonville 

Oil ^ "■ Squire (c),* lab, r Jacksonville 

C "^ " Wm (c),* wks Farmers Whse, r 918 S Elm 

■ — i JC CLAYBOURNE, see also CLAIBORNE 

J3 ^ Clegg Robt (c), porter M B Sbrier, bds 410 Chestnut 

^mS , ^ Clements Bettie (c), maid Mrs Watlington, r same . 

Q J^ Cloid Beulah (c), cook W M Hooks, r Percy 

Clymer Blanche (c), wks W H Osborn, r Warnersville 
" Jos (c), driver T G McLean & Son, r bey limits 
" Walter (c), hostler E Morehead, r Warnersville 
Cobb Ella (c), wks Mrs M E Small, r 209 Clinton 
" Geo W (c),* carp, r 209 Clinton 
" Jas (c), wks Mrs E H Scales 
" Jas (c), wks American Tob Co 
" Reuben (c), driver, rms 913 E Market 

F^ariss Rharmaoy, 

OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 

" Sarah (c), laund, r Warnersville 

'' Spencer (c), lab, bds 209 Clinton 
Coble Geo A (c),* wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r 159 W 
McCulloch 

" Lizzie (c), cook W T Stewart, r same 

" Lou H (c), laund, bds 159 W McCulloch 

" Mary (c), nurse Mrs M G Newell, r same 
Cody Jno C (e),* lab, r Jonesboro 
Cohen Henry (c),* rest, r 119 E Washington 
Coil Augustus (c), waiter Allen House, r 610 Ashe 
Colbert Annie (c), laund, r 617 Doggett alley 

" Geo (c), lab, bds 617 Doggett alley 

" W^m (c),wks Yancey's Meat Mkt, bds 617 Doggett al 
Cole B Henrv (c),* lab, r S Ashe bev limits 

" Geo (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

" Hayes (c), lab G'boro Hdw Co, bds 606 E Lindsay 

" Reuben (c),* lab, r Warnersville 

" Sarah (c), cook T F Manguui 
Coleman Chas (c), waiter R R Eating Hse, bds 163 W 
McCulloch 

" W Thos (c),* wks So Ry, r 118 W McCulloch 



JNO. A. YOUNG 

PROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, Shade and .... 
Ornamental Trees 
VINES AND PLANTS. 



MATTHEWS & HAMMER 

302>^ South Elm Street. 



Will Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident. 

See them before placing 
your insurance. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 251 ^^ ^ ^o 



moo 
o > c c 



Coletrain Isaac (c), lab, rms 410 Chestnut 

" Robt (c), porter Strier's Shoe Store, rms 410 Chest- ^ so H o 

nut ^ "! S ^ 

Comer Chas (c), waiter R R Eating Hse m ^ ^ o 

Cone Henry (c),* eating hse, r 132 S Gilmer : o * S 

Connered Jessie (c), nurse, bds 523 Schenck _^ 3E J^ as 

Coogler Daniel (c),* wks N & I College ^ m > ^ 

Cooper Jas L (c),* drayman J S Cobb & Co. r 105 N s! =s T ^ 

Dodson =3" - " 1 

" Thos (c), cook D L Godfrey « ^ p 2". 

" Wm (c), wks B H Merrimon, r 136 N Mendenhall p ^ = « 

" Wm (c),* wks Empire S & I Co, r 438 Cole g"" i. H 

Oorde Andrew J fc),* r E Market bey limits =: ® g. 

Corl Lula (c), laund, r 523 Schenck *§- a> » » 

Cornatzer Jesse (c), lab, bds 1029 S Ashe 5* I -^ S 

Cotton Caroline (c), laund, r Warnersville ~ ^ w _, 

" Chas (c),* lab, r 620 E Lindsay II?o Z' "* 

" Ludolph (c), wks Fariss' Drug Store, bds 620 E ^ ^ =' 7 

X3 _. Qj 



Lindsay 
Xqrman (c), wks S Finishing iMill, r 620 E Lindsay 
Peter (c),* porter So Ry, r 514 Chestnut » 



CD sr 

OB 



Cuiifond Iiumber Manufacfuplng Co. ^ ^ 

524-32 South Ashe Street. GREENSBORO. N. C. ' ' «/> 

Cousin Robt (c),* wks Prox Mill, r 120 Beach S 

Covington Briscoe (c),* lab, r 2099 East • ^ 

" Henry (c),* lab, r 628 S Spring * 

" Jno (c), wks Keeley lust, bds 628 S Spring Cy3 
" Mittie (c), nurse Mrs J R Donnell, r same 

Cox Jas S (c),* wks N & I Col. r 949 McGee 

" Mary (c), cook Mrs J C Murchison, r same G^m 

Craig Adeline (c), cook Piedmont Hse, r 358| S Elm ■""< 

" Richard (c),* porter Benbow Hse, bds 120 Boon '. m i jm 3 

" Wm S (c,i,* barber J W Emerson (c), r 358^ S Elm • ** 



Crawford Cora (c), wks J E DeLorme " ^ ' ' ' c 

" Luther (c),* plasterer, r 805(505) Guilford ave 2 3CJ J 

Crissman Julia (c), cook Allen Hse, r 816 Cedar ^ JSl 9 

Crocker Lizzie (c), cook J A Wagner > c 

Cromedy Jno (c), lab,_rms 427 Cole *■' ■^^^ ' 

Crowder Ella (c), wks S B Norris, r same |^ C^ o 

Crump Giles (c),* lab, r 725 Baptist ■ 

" Hartzell (c), wks Dr J L Bullock, r same 

Crutchfield Hezekiah (c),* wks Empire S & I Co, r 

Warnersville 

" K (c), wks Empire S & I Co 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. ' 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



McGlamroch Bpos. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Mantels, Grates^ 
... Tiles ... 

TRY OUR 

"CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE/' 



Famish Tiles and I.ay Tile Floors. Get their Estimate. 



ra . 252 MALONEY^S GREENSBORO 



n 


o 


-«• 


o 


• ■Hi 


C.9 




LU 


^^ 


X2 


o_ 


o 


S 


oo 


•o 


0- 


<^ 


s 


S) 


ae 


03 


c= 


cr> 




'^" 


^^ 


en 


(U 


oc 


c: 


> 


LxJ 


'go 


o3 


—i 




H- 


C3 


Q. 




CO 


*-> 




ais 


CL 


L. 


= 


E 


4::J 


" 




CO 



CO 
CO 



Orutcliflekl Minmie (c), cook R M Brooks, r same 
Cumniings Calvin (c), wks G F College, v 820 Spring 
Garden 

" Elizabeth (c), laiind, r 820 Spring Garden 

" Jackson (c), engr rms 817 S Ashe 

'' Mintora (c), laund, r 820 Spring Garden 

" Theresa (c), nurse A P Cone, r same 
Cunningham Daisy (c), serAant Mrs E J Weaver 

"■ Fletcher (c), wks Watson's Brk yd,rms 618 S Spring 

" Leana (c), r Jonesboro 

'* Nannie (c), student A »& M, r same 
Currv Chas H (c),* wks So Rv, r 242(A) N Gilmer 

" Ernest (c),* wks So Ry, r 240 N Percy 

" Jno (c),* porter E G Newcomb. r 1046 S Ashe 



Dalrymple Jno W (c),* wks Bray Bros, rms 1012 E 
Market 
" Robt (c),* wks S Finishing Mill, r 551 McMahon 
Daucey Robt (c),* wks D Howard, bds 615 Gilmer alley 

ALDERMAN j Photographer. 



, _ O ■-■^^ ^ ■■ ■¥■■-■■« ( ^^gi^ EAST MARKET STREET. 

too fee : 

^iHH nS Daniel Mack (c),* fireman So Rv, r 311 N Percy 

^'— C " Tilliard (c),* brakeman A & Y Ry, r 2039 New 

^ Dark John W (c), lab, r Warnersville 

S " Mattie (c), laund, r Warnersville 

" Saml ((•), lab, bds 105 N (jreene 
h- " Saml ji (c), lab, bds 214 N Greene 

CC Darnell Cornelia (c), laund, rms 991 Perkins 

<C Devault Eliza (c), wks B H Merrimon, r same 

O Davis Agnes (c), cook J W Forbis, r same 

O " Alice (c), house girl, r rear 426 W Gaston 

CQ " Andrew J (c),* lab, r 139 S Gilmer 

" Bruce (cj,* lineman W U Tel Co, r country 
c<3 " Edw (c), lab, r Jacksonville 

fj " Ellen (c), cook Mrs M L Sherwood, r same 

-^^ _ " Fannie (c), cook Mrs C A Davis, r Warnersville 

C/3 ^ '' Frank (c), deliv boy J J Phoenix, rms 227 E Gaston 

y^** O " Grant (c), wks W W Wood, r same 

O " Isham (c),* blksmith 209 N Greene, r 426 W Gaston 

DQ ■ " Jane (c), maid, r 112 S Davie 

" Laura (c), cook Mrs L J Keech, r same 

" Madison (c),* driver S A Kerr, r 2045 New 



IMPURIERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 



Hagll6-McG0rkl6 Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 ml 322 S. Eln Stmt. 



C. E. HOLTON 



M'CAdoo House Buildings 



TOILET ARflCLES, 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Soda anj Mineral Waters. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



253 



Davis Mai'y (c), cook B B Williams, r same 

" Walter (c),* drayman, r rear 2041 New 

" Wm (c), wks So depot, bds 735 Douglas 
Day Amanda (c), laund, 236 N Percy 

" Annie (c), cook, r Warnersville ' 

" Cora (c), cook W H Rankin 

" Mariah E (c), tchr Pub School No 2, r 1006 S Ashe 
Dean Dora (c), cook Mrs O E Doak, r same 

" Isaac (c), lab, bds 1059 E Market 

" Jas (c),* brick mfr 115 S Maple, r 1059 E Market 

" Laura (c), laund, r 1026 E Market 
DeGraffenreid Henry (c), watchmn A & Y Ry, r Jones- 
boro 

" Jos (c), driver So Ex Co 
Dellinger J Elmer (c), phys 1051 E Market, r same 

" Thos (c),* cook Clegg House, r 607 E Gaston 
Dennis Peter (c),* wks So Ry, r 833 Johnson 
Dewberry S (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
Dick Aaron (c), driver Boycott's, r 315 N Percy 

" Carl (c),* lab, r 467 Cole 

" Chas (c), lab, r Proximity 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 

103 W. HARKET STREET. 

" Eliza (c), laund, r Proximity 

" Emma (c), laund, r Proximity 

" Geo (c),* lab, r 817 S Ashe 

" Helen (c), wks W L Frazier, r same 

" Henry (c)* lab, r 450 Cole 

" Johnson F (c),* wks G'boro S & B Wks, r 110 East 

" Jos (c),* waiter Benbow Hse, rms 358^ S Elm 

" Julia (c), wks Dr R K Gregory 

" Julius (c),* lab, r Jonesboro 

" Ora (c), wks J F Yates, r same 

*' Rosa (c), cook Mrs McLean, rms 516 E Gaston 

" Rufus W (c),* wks G T Glascock & Son, r 914 E 
Market 

" Walter (c), driver J J Phoenix, bds 1059 E Market 
Dickey Ed (c), porter M G Newell & Co 
Dillard Abner (c),* lab, r 800 E Market 

" Lucy (c), nurse H Jones, r 800 E Market 

" Thos D (c),* wks Berger-Wood Co, r 985 Perkins 

" Wm (c), lab, bds 800 E Market 
Dixon Delia (c), cook A W Vickory, r 426 W Market 
Doak Anthony (c),* lab, bds 304(904) W McCulloch 



(0 









(D 




(ft 



The Contracts 
Df the 



PENN Mutual Life 



Are the 
Most Liberal. 



See J. H. nERRITT, 



4 Katz Building. 



Will H. Matthews & Co. cZThZs 

304 South Elm Street. FOR CASH ONLY. , 



^ 254 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

O Doak Marj (c). nurse, bds 217 N Gilmer 
O " Thos G (c),* wks So Ry, r 244 W ^Vhittington 

j^CJ DOAK, see also DOKE 

5 C3 i>a Dodson Emma (c), cook Mrs Glenn, rms 118 N Percy 

!! O C^ Doggett Lake (c), bds 617 Dpggett all6y 
Z T3 S " Lindsay (c),* carp 601(B) E Gaston, r 210 N Gilmer 

= O ^ " Rowina (c), cook, bds 337(937) W McCulloch 

^525 Doke Andrew (c), wks Brooks Mfg Co 
>■ ^'^ " Ann (c), laiind. r 1017 S Ashe 

g c« fl " Cora (c), laund, r 821 Vance 

> 'g C^ " Jas (c), wks W A Brower, bds 821 Vance 

ItJ Q :>:) " Kate (c), laund, r 367(967) W McCulloch 

^ ■ DOKE, see also DOAK 



O 5 

Sm o 



Donald E (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
^ ^ " Jerry (c), bag agt So Ry, r Warnersville 

" Roehamer (c), wks G F College, r same 

Donnell Ada (c), cook Mrs W P Bynum, r same 
" Adolphus (c),* plasterer, r 113 Boon 
" Chas (c), porter W F Fleming 
" David (c), cook W S Kivett, bds 119 Boon 
" Edw (c),* wks Empire S & I Co, r WarnersYille 



B. L. Wl N GATE I S™G MACHINES AND 

123 South him Street. J ATTACHMENTS. 

" Eliza (el. cook Mrs A G Farriss. r same 

" Emsley (c). wks A & Y Ry, r Warnersville 

" Geo (c).* driver R Hughe's, r 460 Cole 

" Hannah (c), laund, r Jacksonville 

" Harriet (c). laund, r Warnersville 

" Haywood (c), lab, bds 413(924) X Maple 

" Henry (c), cook W S Kivett, r 120 East 

" Isaac (c), drayman, bds 119 Boon 

" Jeremiah (c),* wks So Ry, r Jacksonville 

" Jessie (c), cook Mrs C Gales, r same 

" Jno (c),* shoemkr A Womble, r 205 N Gilmer 

" Lena (c), laund, r 413(924) N Maple 

" Lizzie (c), laund, r 332 K Percv 

" Mary W (c), bds 324(944) W McCulloch 

" Nathan (c),* driver Prox Mfg Co, r Proximity 

" Nelson (c),* lab, r 119 Boon 

" Noble (c),* plumber, r 458 Cole 

" Reuben (c).* farmer, r Jonesboro 

>' Rohema (c), cook G F College, r 324(944) W Me 

Culloch 
" Roxie (c), laund, r Jacksonville 
" Rufus (c)j wks J Jones, rms 323 N Percy 



Rankin, Chisholm, Stroud & Rees •■ mens .. 

300 South Elm Street. OUTFlnERS. 



Cape Fear M'nf'g Co. 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Rough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



255^ 



DonoQell Sailie (c). laiind, r Warnei'sville 

" Smitli (c),* drayman, r 463 Cole 

'' Washington (c», wtr Benbow Hse, rms 332 N Perc^ 

" W M (c), wks A & Y Ry, v Warnersville 
Dorsett Clarence (c),* wks Pomona Tex^ra, Cotta Co, r 
Pomona N C 

" Lucy (c), cook, bds 438 S Mendenliall 

" Peggy (c), stewardess So Ry pas depot 
Dorsey Henry (c),* painter, r Jonesboro 

" Hettie (c), laund, r Jonesboro 

" Wm H (c),* painter, r Jonesboro 
Doswell Claude (c), wks C Maus, r same 
Dotson India (c), cook Mi^s J D Glenn, r Warnersville- 

" Julia (c), laund Mrs J J W Harris, r same 
Douglas Caroline (c), cook Mrs O F Pearce, r same 
Downey Geo (c),* plasterer, r 322 N Percy 
Dudley Jas B (c), pres A & M College, r same 



Eason John (c),* lab, r 2005 New 
" Ola (c), music tclir 2005 New, bds same 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



Eccles Frank (c),* lab, r 411 Lindsay 

" Job (c), waiter R R Eating Hse 
Eckel Geo W (c),* wks W^ater Wks, r Jonesboro 
Edwards Anna (c), laund, r 239, E Gaston 

" Eliza (c), seamstress, bds 103 W Gaston. 

" John (c), teacher, bds 239 E Gaston 

" J (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

" Scott (c),* wks Empire S & I Co, r Empire Quarters 
Edwell John (c), r Gaston 
Eggleston Alice (c), cook, r Empire Qrtrs 
Elliott Laura (c), wks A F Brooks, r same 
Ellis Chas (c), lab, r Jonesboro 

" Ella (c), cook Mrs E Bain, r Jonesboro 

" Zeph (c), cook Mrs T A Hawkins, r same 
Emerson Aaron (c), wks S Finishing Mill, bds 513 High 

'' Alice (c), cook W S Lyon, r Sycamore and Clinton 

" Alonzo (c),* wks So depot, r 421 High 

" Andrew (c), wks Thos McAdoo, rms 600 E Market 

" Andrew (c),* lineman G'boro Tel Exch, r 615 Gil- 
mer alley 



O 
00 

O 

c 



X 

< 

Q 

■< 

,-1! 



P CO 

H -? 

rn — - 

H o 

3 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

POMONA, N.C. Phone 60. 

General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs. 



staple and Fancy Groceries. PJJOENIX & AIKEN 

SPECIAL ATTENTION 

TO SELECT RETAIL TRADE. 210 South Davie Street. 



tu 

2< 
£ LAJ 

(3 

o LU 

< 
z 



o 



256 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

Emerson Benj (c), wks C P Vanstory, bds 615 Gilmer 
" Chas (c),* sex 1st Presby Ch Gem, r 305 W Market 
" Chas (c),* boot blk E V Hughes, bds 216 Mebane 
2 " Geo (c),* brakemn A & Y Ry, r 818 Mebane 

ui *' Geo R (c), lab, bds rear 409 Asheboro 

£ ■" Jacob A (c),* barber J W Emerson, bds 358^ S Elm 

ui " Jeremiah (c), wks Dr Beall, r 409 Asheboro 

£ " John W (c),* barber, r 216 N Forbis 

g " Jos (c),* wks S Finishing Mill, r 513 High 

« " Wm (c), wks G'boro Pressing Club, bds 305 W Mar- 

io ket 

n Erwin Jas J (c),* wks J G Bynum, r Smith 
W -Estes Christopher (c),* carp, r Warnersville 
CO '^ Jos (c),* wks Hucomuga Mills, r Warnersville 

" Wm (c), porter Hiatt & Lamb, r 809 S Ashe 
Evans Chas (c),* wks Empire S & I Co, r 813 S Ashe 
" Chas H (c), tchr A & M College, r same 
■I " Margaret (c), cook J S King, r same 

Greensboro Ice ^ Coal Co. 



Falkener Henry H (c),* prin Pub School No 1 (c), r 131 
N Dodson 
" Julius C (c), student, bds 131 N Dodson 

Fariss Geo W (c),* driver Odell Hdw Co, r 110 N Percy 
" John E (c), driver J Fonda, bds 110 N Percy 

Farley John (c),* brkmn A & Y Ry, r Jacksonville 

Farrington Alex (c), drayman, rms 951 E Washington 
'• Bertha (c), servant D H Blair 
" Camp (c),* wks F A Matthews, bds 226 N Forbis 
" Elisha (c),* wks So frt depot, r Garrett 
" Emma (c), wks F S Eldridge, r Garrett cor East 
" Lee (c),* wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co,r Pomona N C 
" Silas (c), wks G'boro S & B Co, bds 608 S Spring 

Faucett Mary (c), laund, r 1003 S Ashe 

Ferrebee Wm (c), lab, rms 200 N Maple 

Ferrell Charlotte (c), laund, r rear 719 Baptist 
" Saml (c),* lab So Ry, r 121 Percy 
" Sidney (c),* lab, r 337 N Percy 



W. G. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plnmbing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



W. F. GLE6Q & BRO. FruirMuce 



364-8 South Elm Street. 



J 

and Commission Merctiants. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



257 



Peribo Edw (c), cook N & I College, r same 

" Henderson (c),* cook N & I College, r same 
Pields Lottie (c), cook G W Armfleld, r same 
Pinch Albert (c),* fireman So By, r 210 N Maple 

" Duke C (c),* (Taylor & Finch), fireman C F Mfg Co, 
r 938 S Cedar 

" Henry (c), wks Empire S & I Co, r Jacksonville 

" Morning (c), waitress K & I College 
Plagg Oscar (c), wks W B Pemberton, r Lindsay 
Pletcher Wm (c), lab, r Warnersville 
Pord Benj (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
Porshee Emma (c), wks G'boro Stm Ldry, r 536 High 
Poster Albert (c),* bricklayer, r 235 N Gilmer 

" Chas (c), wks Watson's Brick Yd, r Jonesboro 

" Giles (c),* drayman, r Jonesboro 

'' Jonas (c), wks W R Poole 

" Oscar (c), wks Watson's Brick yd, r Jonesboro 

" Susie (c), r rear 231 W Bragg 
Poulks Lee (c), lab, bds 458 Cole 
Foust Calvin J (c), wks J S Jones, bds 119 E Market 

" D (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

Wn RAIN Contractor and Builder 
I Ul Ufllll 3023^ SOUTH ELM STREET 

" Jas (c), wks Prox Mills, rms 427 Cole 

" Jeft' D (c), wks Simpson-S Shoe Co, bds 207 N Porbis 

" Jos (c),* wks G'boro Tel Exch 

" Susan (c), cook A P Cone, r same 

" Wm (c), lab, r Jonesboro 
Poy Miles (c),* wks McAdoo House, r Jonesboro 
Free Arlena (c), laund, r Jonesboro 
Preeland Lindsay (c), barber, bds 1011 S Ashe 
Freeman Hattie (c), cook, r rear 805(505) Guilford ave 
Prieze Frank (c),* lab, r Jonesboro 

" Olevia (c), laund, r 327 N Maple 
Pruit Millie (c), cook Rev H W Jones, r same 
Puller Ezekiel B (c),* drayman J W Scott & Go 

" Shelvin (c),* wks S A Kerr, rms 120 Beach 

" Wm (c), cook N & I College, r same , 



Gaines David (c),* wks Prox Mills, bds 434 N Spring 
Galloway Chalmers (c),* carp, r Jonesboro 
^' Eliza (c), laund, rms 147 N Dodson 



(0 



X 

r 

■< 
ra 

K 

2 
C 

» _ 



-i 

c 

X 
a ■ 

2 T 



(D 



3D 

fi) 






2'r a 

B ? 2 

Sj-2 t/3 



5' a. 



C 3 ® 
a-o » 

a o 

*» ^? 



7'^ 



Sra-vj 
go2. 

erg ;b 



GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 



FINEST WOaK IN THE CITY. 



III-II3 West Market Street. 

G 17 



PHONE 72. 



MURRAY BROS. 

113 SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. 



INSURANCE. 



Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler., 



■ 




CO 


m 


1 


CO 

H 


CO 


— « 


o 




CO 


z> 


as 
CO 


< ^ 
5 = 


s= 


cd 


5h 




z 


X 

o 


< 


:!^ 





258 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



Gall'oway Ftorence (c). murse W F Alderman Jr, r same 

" Geo (c), wks A & Y Ry, r Jonesboro 

" Green (c),* grocer, r Jonesboro 

" Isaac S (c), wks A & Y Depot, r Jonesboro 

'* Jack (c),* lab, r rear 615 W Gaston 

" Jas (c),* lab, r 401 Jackson 

" John (cj, wks A »& Y Depot, r Jonesboro 

" Louis B (c),* butcher, r 126 N Dodson 

" Lucy (c), wks E L Sides, bds S Spring 

" Mary (c), laund, r 614 S Spring 

"■ Mollie (c), cook J N Richardson, r same 

" Rawley (c),* lab, r Jonesboro 

" Saml (c), cook L L Clegg, rms E Washington 

" Wm (c), lab, bds 602 S Spring 
Ganger John (c),* lab, r Warnersville 
Gant Cam (c).* wks Tatum & Taylor, r 121 S Ashe 

" Cornelius (c), wks Keeley Inst 

'' Jane (c), laund, rms 236 N Percy 

" John (c),* wks Keeley Inst, r 441 W Market 

" John (e), wks Hotel Clegg 

" Luciuda (c), wks H B Tatum, r same 

F^ariss Rharmaoy* 

OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 



" Neal (c),* waiter Keeley Inst, bds 122 N Dodson 

" Phillis (c), cook, r rear 441 W Market 

'' Thos (c), lab, rmS 228 Mebane 

" Viney (c), cook J Rankin, r 419 Chestnut 

" Walter (c),* wks A & Y frt depot, r 925 Guilford ave 
Gardner Jas (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

" N (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
Garland Julius (c), boot blk J H Rhodes 
Garner John (c),* lab, r Warnersville 
Garran F Lee (c), elk J W Patterson, r same 
Garrett Albert D (c),* janitor A & Y depot, r 306 N 
Percy 

" Caroline (c), cook Mrs Ellis, r 200 Clinton 

" Emma (c), cook, r 113 Percy 

" Fannie (c), laund, bds 200 Clinton 

" Florence (c), tchr Pub School No 1 

" Frank (c),* lab, bds 901 S Ashe 

" Geo (c),* lab, r 1051 E Market 

^' Henrietta (c), cook J W Walker, r 520 E Lindsay 

" John (c), waiter Benbow Hse, rms 200 Clinton 

'' Mary (c), laund, bds 200 Clinton 



JNO. A. 




TWO MILES EAST CITY. 



Nurserymen 



PHONE 43 



^liKz: 



GENERAL 



Matthews & Hammer ms-ianc^ents 

— _- ^^^^,-iATA Only the Best Com- 

302^ SOUTH ELM STREET. panies Represented. 



1\ 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 259 2 = o « 



o > 



Garrett R B (c), elk Wm Garrett, bds 901 S Ashe ** ^ h o 
" Smith (c).* wks Pitts & Monroe, r S Cedar , * "! ^ = 

" Wm (c), waiter Mrs Ellis, rms 200 Clinton z w gg q 

" Wm (c),* wks Odell Hdw Co, r 903 S Ashe - 2 ^ ^ 

" Wm (c),* gro 1001 S Ashe, r S Ashe -H =2 m =^ 

Gibbs Gaither (c), wks Brooks Mfg Co, bds 800 S Ashe ^ ;;{ > = 

Gibson Andrew (c)'* wks W^ C Wiley, r 222 Maple %X^^<^ 

" Daisy (e), nurse Mrs J C Murchison, r Maple sr "1 " © 

" Henry A (c),* pastor St James Presby Ch, r 212 N « ^ ^ ~ 

Forbis »> ^ c"«a 

" Lewis B Rev (c),* r 147 W McCulloch o«= 3 ^ 

" Lindsay (c),* lab, r 227 N Maple , =: ® "" g^ 

" Lizzie (e), laund, r 845 McGee 's- e/s « ^ 

" Wm A (c), wks Beasley's, bds 227 N Maple ? 1 -^ § 

Gilchrist Abram (e),* lab, r Jonesboro ~ ^. p -^ 

" John ((•),* wks So frt depot, r S Ashe bey limits — <q Z! *" 

Gillespie Floyd (c),* biksmth C L Shaw, r Warnersville < ^ =' 7 

" Lowton (e),* blksmith, r Jacksonville ® Ei" o 

Gilmer Alex (c),* barber 116 E W^ashington, r 433 same ' -o ?. 3 

" Avis (c),* lab, r 842 Vance ® =• 3^ 

'' Calvin ^c),* lab\ r 3001 East « 



Guiliopd liumbBP Manutacfuping Do. 



CD =■ 
• CD 



• CA 

524-32 South Ash • Street. GREENSBORO. N. C. ^ 



" David J io),* gro 824 S Ashe, r 123 W McCulloch 

^' Ferdinand (c), wks Mrs H E Tate 

" Henrietta (c), laund, r S Ashe bey limits 

" Mattie (c), cook J L Thacker, r same 

" Wm (c),^ waiter McAdoo Hse, r 206 N Gilmer ^-^ 

Gilmore Giles (c), fireman N & I College, r same ^^^ 

'' Merrill (c), farm hd N & I College, r same ^"^ 

" Nock (c),* bricklayer, r 617 E Gaston . ^\ 

Gladson Annie (cj, cook, bds 804 S Cedar ; 3C ^ 

Goins Henry (c), wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Pomo- « m * 

na, N C h 30 ^ 

Golden. Alex (c),* porter So depot, r 984 Perkins S ^^^ ^ 

-' Henry (c), wks S Finishing Mill 2 ^^ H 

" M (c),* porter So Ry J ■ % 

Goodman Hector (c), lab, rms 984 Perkins , •< ^m^ w 

'' Job (c), wks Empire S & I Co ' ; ^"^ ^ 

Gordon Alex (c),* wks bag agt So Ry, r Warnersville I ^^"^ ■< 

" Sidney (c), hackmn, bds 108 Beach 3^* 

'' Wm (c),* wks Bayne's Wood yd, r 108 Beach ^^^ 

" Wm (c),* fireman Prox Mill, rms 920 E Market 
Gorrell Abraham (c),* wks Prox Mill, r 605 Lindsay 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 W. Market St. 



ALL KINDS OF. 



Feed and 
Seed Products. 



E- 




o. 


• 


fcJ oc 


31 


Mo 


h- 






5C^ 


r!3 




s 




cc 


IJJ 


go 


CL 


& O 




o o 


^9 


>* r^ 


^S 


CO 




1J •< 


^^ 




<^ 



McCLAMROCH BROS. || '^fT-^^iefT.'^ 

''The Cahili Special Crate" is tlie Best iVIade. See it. 

260 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

Gor-rell Alvina (c), laund, r 719 Baptist 
" Etta (c), cook, bds 929(815) Guilford ave 
" Jno (c), wlvs M C Stedman, bds 929(815) Guilford av 
" Mollie (c),* laund, r Warnersville 
"' Saml (c),* lab, r 512 E Washington 
" Sarah (c), cook, r 929 (815) Guilford ave 

Gorshee Emma (c), wks J M Dick, rms 536 High 

Goss Ella (c), cook Jno M Uick, r same 
" Silas (c),* dt'iver Wats'Oin & Co, r 438 S Mendenhall 

Grafenreid Ella (c), cook Mrs S G Hodgin, r Maple 
" Henry D (c),* wks A & Y Ry, rms 410 High 
" Jos (c), driver So Ex Co, r 134 S Gilmer 

Graham Henry H (c),* (Payne & Graham), r 419 E 
Lindsay 

-'' John (c), wks G'boro Pressing Club, bds 803 S Ashe 

" John (c). waiter Benbow House 

" Loyal Y Hospital (c), Sadie B Waugh, matron, 419 

^High 
" Loyal Y' Training School for Nurses (c), Sadie B 
05 Waugh head nurse, 419 High 

^ 'Grasty Gerald (c), lab, r Jacksonville 

^ ALDERMAN 1 Photographer. 

C "^^^ ^ ■■ ■!■■-■■■ ( jj3^ EAST MARKET STREET. 

OS 

^ " Kate (c), laund, r Jacksonville 

•Graves Alex (c),* lab, r 518 Chestnut 

r' " Alfred (c),* wks S Tob Co, rms 819 Vance 

1^ '' Alfred Jr (c),* driver S E Hudson, r 819 Vance 

<f " Benj (c), lab, bds 519 Lindsay 

Q " Chas (c),* lab, r Jacksonville 

f^ " Cora (c), wks G'boro Stm Ldry, r Jonesboro 

y *' Dudley (c),* lab, r 213 Clinton 

'' Ella (c), wks W A Scott, r same 

dg ^' Emma ^c), cook R O Gamble, r E Market 

* •" Geo (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

^ ^' Henderson (c),* lab, r 153 S Gilmer 

Z ■^^ Henry (c), farmer, r Jonesboro 

O " Jeremiah (c),* wks I & S Wks, r 997 College ave - 

O " Jesse (c).* porter So Ry, r 827 Baptist 

DQ " John (c),* wks So Ry, bds 1041 College ave 

" Jno W (c),* wks Prox Mill, rms 1005 E Washingtou 

" Linwood W (c),* lab, r 144 Beach 

" Mary (c), cook E G Newcorab, r Vance 

" Monroe (c),* driver Prox Mill, bds 837 Factory 

" O (c), wks Empire S & I Co ' 



IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 



HagUB-mUUUI Kit; Dry Goods and Nations 

DRY COODS CO. 320 and 322 S Elm SIteet. 



i-McCorkle 



a E. HOLTON 



McAdoo Mouse Building. 



Prescription 
Worl< 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



261 



Graves Orange (c),* wks Prox Mfg Co, r 519 Lindsiay 
*' Sallie (c), cook, r Warnersville 
" Silas (c),* blksmith H James, r Jonesboro 
" Weldon (c),* wks N & I College, r Warnersville 
" Wm (c),* driver W Hayes, r 414 N Gilmer 

Gray Abagail (c), cook Mrs L F Treadwav, r Warners- 
ville 
" Colfax (c),* driver W Long, r 224 S Davie 
'- Letitia (c), laund, r 217 N Gilmer 
" Nettie (c), cook L E Duffy, r same 
" Robt (c), bricklayer, bds 217 N Gilmer 
•' Wm J (c),* driver E E Bain, r 1012 E Market 

Green Addie (c), cook P E Causey, r same 
'' Chas Fl (c),* wks So Ry, r 514 E Washington 
•• D (c),* wks Empire S & I Co 
" Henrv (c), wks Empire S & I Co, bds 518 Chestnut 
" J (c),* wks Empire S & I Co 
" Nannie (c), cook Mrs M G Newell, r same 
" Perley (c), hostler E Morehead, r 348 S Elm 
" Sallie (c), laund, r Jacksonville 
" S idney (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

TOwTrICE jewelry CO. 

103 W. riARKET STREET. 



^' Walter (c), wks J L King, r same »• 

" Wilson (c), fireman So Ry, bds 514 E Washington 
Gregory Wm (c),* lab, r 220 Clinton 
Gretter B Adger (c), lab, r S Ashe bey limits 

" Bettie L (c), seamstress, r S Ashe bey limits 
Grogren Bettie (c), cook J H Rankin, rms E Market 
Guinn Andrew (c),* wks Hotel Clegg, bds 163 W Mc- 
Culloch 

" Chas (c),* wks Water Wks Co, r 002 S Spring 

" Cora (c), wks W T Gayle, r same 

" Robt (c), lab, r 602 S Spring 
Gunn Patty (c), laund, rms 512 E Washington 
Guthrie Ella (c), laund, r 138 S Gilmer 
Gwynn Fisher (c), wks Sergeant Mfg Co, r Jonesboro 

H 

Hackney Alonzo (c), wks Schiffman Jewelry Co, bds 
Percy 
" Geo (cj. wks J J Phoenix, bds 302 N Percy 
" Joyce (c), cook, r 302 N Percy 





O 

3" 
fi) 

O 



> • "^ 3 

H £ ^ »» 

•* SIS 



^ 



o ^ ^ 

Bi 9 5» 

or* «» - 



For the Best 
and Most 
Reliable 
Accident 
insurance 
See ... . 



J. H. Merritt 



He Represents tn« 

/ETNA AND TRAVELERS 

Policies and Tickets Issued at 
the Greensboro Office, 

No. 4 Katz Buildlns. 






Will H. Matthews & Co, habS'Iers 

304 South Elm Street On« Price. For Cash Only. 



262 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



CO 



C0 C/> 
CJ CUD 



euo 



C9 



Hadley John (c), lab, r 436 Cole 
^ <2 Hairston Agnes (c), cook Caldcleugh & Bro, r N Greene 

S. S ' Felix (e), wks Beubow House, rnis Warnersville 

" John D (e),* r 521 High 

" Moses (c), wks Sergeant Mfg Go, rms 615 High 
oj IH J " Nicholas (c),* lab, r 2025 New 

= "S S " I^ut^ (c), cook, r 845 S Elm 

^ ^ C/J Haith Cornelius (c), lab, rms 106 Beach 
^ "-^ 5 Hall Chas (c), wks J Y Joyner, r Warnersville 
CO ^' Minnie (c), r Warnersville 

O " Wm (c), lab N & I College, r same 

_ Handy Isaac (c),* wks Woodruff's Brick yd, rms 628 S 

^ Spring 

Hanes Louis (c), cook N & I College, r same 
Harber Burrell (c), lab, bds 435 N Edgeworth 

" W^m (c),* lab, r 435 N Edgeworth 
Harden Julius (c), wks Wood's Factory, bds 627 E 
Gaston 
" Lee (c), servant W W Ellington 
" Mary (c), cook W W Ellington, r same 
'' Sallie (c), laund, r Jacksonville 

B. L. WIIM GATE [BICYCLES 

. 123 s. Elm Street. ) and REPAIRSi 

Hare Rachel (c), laund, r Warnersville 

Hargrave Arthur (c), porter Carolina Shoe Co, bds 609 
Gilmer al 
" Fred D (c), bricklyr, bds 608 E Lindsay 
" Janie (c), cook T J Copeland 
" Nellie (c), laund, r 504 Chestnut 
" Robt M (c),* wks So Ry, r 609 Gilmer alley 
*' Wayman (c), porter Caldcleugh & Bro, bds 608 
Lindsay 

Harper Geo (c), wks S Finishing Mill 
" Jincey (c), cook Mrs G A Grimsley, r same 

Harrington David (c),* porter, r rear 404 W Market 
" Henrietta (c), laund, bds 833 Johnson 
" Hugh L (c),* porter H Gardner, r 404 W Market 
" Lettie (c), cook Mrs M A Winstead, r same 

Harris Daniel (c),* servant A M Lindau 
" Elijah (c),* lab, r 112 East 
" Gustavus (c), lab, rms 706 E Market 
" Henry (c), lab, bds 433 Chestnut 
" Jas R (c), porter A & Y Ry, r Jonesboro 
" John (c), lab, bds 641 E Gaston 



RANKIN, CHISHOLM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 



300 SOUTH ELM STREET. 



mtm^mmmlmmmm 



Cape Fear M'nfg Co. 

BUILDINQ MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Kough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY, 



263 



Harris J (c), waiteT Beiibow House, rms 226 E Gaston 
'' John H (c),* wks Odell Hdw Co, r 1002 Cedar 
" Julius (c),* driver A & M College, r same 
" Kate (e), cook, r 433 Chestnut 
" Moses (c),* lab, r 4069 East 

" Pleasant (c), drivr Cunningham Bros, r 345 S Davie 
" Stokely (e), lab, r E Market bey limits 
" Thos (c),* lab, r 231 Percy 
" Wiley (c),* drayman J W Scott & Co 
Harrison Anderson (c),* wks J N Staples, r same 
" Mary (c), wks J N Staples, r same 
Hart Alonzo (c), brkman A & Y Ry, r 205 W Bragg 
Haskins Roxie (c), laund, bds 401 Jackson 

'' Wm H (c),* waiter McAdoo Hse, rms 1026 E Market 
Hatchett Archibald (c),* farmer, r Julian bey limits 
Hathcock Wm (c), driver D Carr, rms 124 Beach 
Hawgrave W (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
Hawkins Lindsey (c), wks C P Vanstory, bds E Market 
" Mary (c), laund, r 905 E Market 
" Nannie (c), cook W S Overbey, r same 
Hayden Amanda (c), cook Mrs C A Reynolds, r War- 
nersville 



0. W. CARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



" Clarence W (c),* tchr, r 520 High 

" David (c),* butler T Settle, r same 

^' J Boston (c), lab, rms 611 Gorrell 

" Lucy (c), cook, r 981 Perkins 

" Nancy (c), laund, r 611 Gorrell 

" Saml (c),* wks W U Tel Co, r 2063 Bennett 
Hayes Adolphus (c), lab, r rear 205 W Bragg 

" Alex (c),* lab, r 228 Mebane 

'' D(c), wks Empire S & I Co 

" Jas (c), lab, bds 500 High 

" Sallie (c), cook Mrs S Cone, r same 

" Saml H (c),* driver Dr Wakefield, r 207 N Forbis 

" Wm P (c),* r 500 High 

" Wm P Jr (c), tchr, bds 500 High 
Haywood Burley (c), wks G'boro Roller Mills, r War- 

nersville 
Headen Aaron (c), servant N L Hall, r same 

" Alex (c), lab, bds 523 Schenck 
." Arney (c), lab, bds 330 (830) Austin 

'' Augustus (c), wiper A & Y Ry, r Jonesboro 



> 

§o 

z 



m 
m 






O . 



25 CD 
CO > 

^a 

CO CD 

CD 

2.P9 

^ s 

CD 
-i 



GO 



Pomona Terra Cotta Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 



SEWER PIPE, 
WELL TUBING, 
DRAIN TILE. Etc. 



Fresh, Tender Meats. 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 



stalls 3, 5, 7, Cly Market. 



CO . 



CO 



■a CO 

o 

O CO 

13 ca 
CO c5 



Uj 

oc 
K. 

a: 

5s 

o 
to 



GO 
UJi 
CS 



oo oo 



&0 



264 



MALOXEY'S GREENSBOKO 



Headen B T (c), liieiiiiii G'bm Tel Ex, bds 1000 Bennett 

" Caroline (c), wks Mrs J D Glenn, r Warnersville 

" Daniel (c),* lab, r Jonesboro 

" Lillie (c), nurse Mrs S H Boyd, r same 

" Matthew (c),* wks G'boro Tel Ex 

" Nannie (c), laund, r Jacksonville 

" Noah (c),* brkman A & Y Rt, r Jacksonville 

" Saml W (c),* wks G"boro Tel Ex, r 1000 Bennett 

" 'N'esper (c), lab, r Warnei-sville 
Heddon Emma (c), cook, r 445 E Washington 
Hemphill Andrew (c), wks Empire S «& I Co 
Henderson Fannie S (c), tchr Bennett College, r same 

" Simon S (c),* r Warnersville 
Hensley Sidney (c), driver R Gorrell, rms 414 N Gilmer 
Herring Alice (c), servant Monroe Hse, r same 
Herron Chas (c), lab, rms 130 N Maple 
Hester Wm (c), waiter, bds 803 S Asihe 
Hicks Emma (c), maid Mrs C Cone, r same 
Hiiigins Andrew (c). wk's Empire S & I Co 
Hight Simon L (c),* barber J A Byrd, i; 221 N Gilmer 
Hightower Beauregarde G (c),* foreman Guilford Lbr 
Co, r 130 N Dodson 



Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 



f zzointie: 30. 



" Sandy (c), lab, bds 516 E Gaston 
Hill Benj B (c),* pastr Shiloh Bap Ch, r 2055 E Market 

" Glasgow (c),* wks Odell Hdw Co, r 151 W McCul- 
loch 

" Harvey (c),* lab,' r 136 Beach 

" Mary (c), cook, r 103 W Gaston 

" Nathan (c),* shoemkr, r 621 E Gaston 

" Thos W (c), wks L W Woods, bds E Market 

" Willis (c),* wks Empire S & I Co. r Empire Quartrs 
Hines Caesar (c),* wks E Neams, r Jonesboro 
Hobson Bessie (c), cook Mrs Pretzfelder, rms 207 N 

Forbis 
Hodges Wm (c), waiter Benbow Hse . 
Hoffman John (c), lab, r Jonesboro 

" Monroe (c),* farmer, r Jonesboro 
Hogan LaFayette (c), porter Record 

" Winnie (c), laund, r 346(846) Austin 
Holley Chas L (c), elk W E Holley, r same 

" Wm A (c), wks W E Holley, r same 

" Wm E (c),* gro Jonesboro, r same 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plnmbing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. ^^ 



HOTEL GLEGG 

W. F. CIEGG. Propr. 



IN CONNECTION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 265> 

Co. 



Holmes Geo (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

'' Geo F (c),* porter So Ry, r S Ashe bey limits 

" Lena (c), wks F B Gardner, r same 

" Nettie (c), laund, r ^Yarnersville 

" Wm (c), driver J Landreth, rms 140 S Gilmer 

" Wm C (e), bds 1043 S Ashe 
Holt Fred (c),* porter So depot, r 205 N Forbis 

" Geo (c), wks S Finishing Mill 

" Georgia (c), wks G F College, bds 330(830) Austin 

'' John (c),* hall boy McAdoo House, rms E Sycamore 

" Kimball (c), lab, bds 606 S Ashe 
Lillie (c), servant Mrs M E Thacker 



0) 



< 

re 

" Marshall (c),* elk R M S, r 606 S Ashe I 

Hooks Wm M (c), rest 112 E Washington, rms Percy o- 
Hopkins Jos (c), lab, r 214 S Mendenhall | i^ 

Hopper Geo (c), wks S Finishing Mills, bds 807 S Ashe | •" 

" Lucy (c). laund, bds 807 S Ashe I .- 

" Malinda (c), laund, r 807 S Ashe a; 

Horton Geo W (c),* carp, bds 202 S Ashe p 

*' Jas (c), lab, r Warnersville 

" Wilson W (c),* wks G'boro Pressing Club, r 424 

Cole * 



(D 



C 
K 



J} 

Q) 






Wn RAIN Contractor and Builder 
I Ul U 11 I 11 30234 SOUTH EKM STREET 

Hoskins Allen (c), gro S Ashe bey limits, r same 
'' Jos (c),* wks Empire S & I Co, r Empire Quarters- 
" Lula (c), bds 722 S Ashe 
" Mary (c), laund, bds 1022 S Ashe 
'- P (c'j, wks Empire S & I Co 
" Walter (c), wks Sergeant ]Mfg Co 

Hostler Arch (c), wks Ogburn Cranford, rms same 

Houser Julia (c), cook M C Keefe, r same 

Houston Ida (cj, cook Mrs Faulconer 
" Jesse (c),* lab, r Jonesboro i'^^l'^'S 

" Martha (c), laund, r S Ashe bev limits ps''» »«'g. 

'•' Mary (c), cook N J McDuffle, r'625 E Gaston S^'^ Sl^ o " 

^' Wm (c),* janitor Asheboro St School J? S|^ o 

Howard Matthew (c),* wks So Rv, r Warner«ville | 3 g 5 ?g. 

" Robt (c),* wks So Ry, r 341(S4i) Austin Fg. Jt^l* 

" Robt (c),* lab, r 345'(945) W McCulloch m£ S-*^? 

HOWELL DRURY (c),* FISH STALL 8 CITY MKT,. 5:|:|a:'^ 

r 200 N Maple (See Adv) w 1^^ d 

" John (c), lab, bds 200 N Maple «?§ » -• 

Hudson John (c), lab, bds 339(839) Austin ^ S ^!" 

7<< » ft.5 






Greensboro Steam Laundry 

III-II3 West Mnkel street. Phone 72. 



SHIRTS, 
COLLARS 
anil CUFFS 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see IIQ 

SOUTH ELM ST. 
Phone 163. 



MURRAY BROS. 



0) 



■s 



:266 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



o 






(D yf Huff Pinckney (c), wks Prox Mill, rms 516 E Washing- 
♦-I O ton 

(fl O Huffines Ella (c), cook, bds 116 W Gaston 

' ~ Hughes Durwood (c), barber E V Hughes, bds 163 W 

McCulloch 
xn " Eugene V (c),* barber 228 S Elm, r 163 W McCul- 

***' loch 

" Wm H (c),* phvs 121i E Market, r 148 N Dodson 
Hunt Alonzo (c), switchmn A & Y Ry, r Jonesboro 
' ^ ^*" '' Jas (c), fireman Prox Mill, bds 438 Cole 

» U) " Mucus H (c),* lab, r 320 N Percy 

TT "ZZ Hunter Ella (c), cook J R Cutchin, r same 
w £■ " Jennie B (c), seamstress, bds 217 N Gihner 

O^"" ^ " John (c), 'wks E E Bain, r Warnersville 

3 " Jos H (c),* shoemkr 901 (B) E Market, r same 

1 1 Hurban Thos (c), driver Hdw Co, bds 116 W Gaston 

**■ Hutton John (c), wks S Finishing Mill, r 208 N Gilmer 

• Hyatt Easter (c), cook Miss M H Middleton, bds 438 S 
Vi Mendenhall 

gjjjjj '' Emma L (c), bds 419 (319) N Spring 

^J"]^ " Walter (c),* paper hanger, r 419(319) N Spring 

GnP " Wm (c),* bricklayer, r 323 N Percy 

JPariss Pharmaoy* 

OPP BEWBOW HOUSE. . 

I 

Ingram Aden (c), waiter Hotel Clegg 
" Giles (c),* barber 711 E Sycamore, r same 
" John (c), porter J F Watson & Co, r Warnersville 
" John (c), hackman Wm Lindsay, r Warnersville 
" Sallie (c), laund, r Warnersville 
Ireland Alvin A (c),* lab, bds 1012 S Ashe 
Isley Etta (c), cook E E Townsend, bds same 
Ives Newlin (c), hostler E Morehead, r 722 S Ashe 
" Orlando (c), bell boy Benbow House 



Jackson Geo W (c),* tailor 118 E Sycamore, r same 
^' John (c), lab, r Jacksonville 
'' Thos (c),* lab, r Jacksonville 
" Thos Jr (c),lab, r Jacksonville 
'" Wm (c),* tailor, r 201 Percy 



JNO. A. YOUNG 

PROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, Shade and .... 
Ornamental Trees 
VINES AND PLANTS. 



— ^— — ~^— ^^— — — — ^=='™'°^"=- ■'■ ~"" • ' • •-" 



MATTHEWS & HAMMER 

302>^ South Elm Street. 



Will Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident. 

See them before placing 
your insurance. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 267 o i co h 

James Henderson (c), lab, r 140 S Gilmer o > c c 



Jarrell Julia (c), wks Mrs E T Peters, r same * 3 x S 

Jeffers Fannie (c), laund, r 619 Doggett alley S c/5 '^ 

" Jas (c),* drayman, r 121 N Dodson rn — , 2 o 

" Warren (c),* wks G T Glascock & Co,r 918 E Market : o ^ 

" Wm (c),* lab, r 338 N Percy H ^ m ^ 

Jeffreys Berline (c), laund, r Warnersville ^. m > "* 

" Warren (c),* fireman G T Glascock & Son, r E S- 5 ^ g* 

Washington . » ^ z ® 

Jeffris Celia (c), seamstress, r 4051 East *" "O SJ. S' 

" Lula B (c), tchr, bds 4051 East *" = = « 

Jenkins Delia (c), cook, r Warnersville »"^ E. "< 



Fannie (c), cook Mrs G W Kestler, r Warnersville 



(O 



B3 



" Jane (c), cook J T Melton, r same S g S " 

" Madison (c),* driver J A Murray, r 132 Beach =] o -"^ S 

" Martha (c), laund, r Warnersville S" ** w' 

" Sarah (c), r Warnersville gj-ta Zl _^ 

Jennings Andrew (c),* lab, r 1011 E Washington o ^ * 3 

" Robt T (c),* shoemkr 603 E Market, r 147 N Dodson "" " 
" Shadrach (c), wks N J McDuffle, bds 1011 E Wash- 



es 

s -J 
— ■ tf 



ington p 



CO =• 



CD 



Guiiforii liumbBP Manufacfuring Do. 

524-32 South Ashe street. GREtNSBORO. N. C. ' ^ 

Johnson Amanda (c), tchr, r 803 S Ashe ® 

" Andrew D (c),* lab, r 637 E Gaston 
" Benj (c), lab, bds 811 S Cedar 
" Caroline (c), chambermaid Hotel Clegg 
" Carter (c), lab, bds 103 W Gaston 

" C (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

" Chas (c),* porter So Ry, r 151 N Dodson * '" 

" Chas W (c), waiter McAdoo Hse, rms 213 E Gaston | 

" Emma (c), laund, r 215 E Gaston " j ■ 3 

" Geo W (c),* lab, r 611 E Gaston I — *" > 

" Green (c), wks So Ry O m ^ 

" Hattie (c), laund, r 124 N Maple | SXJ JJ 

" Ha (c), nurse Mrs C M ^"anstory, r same ^ JSH ^ 

'' John (c), waiter McAdoo Hse, rms 634 S Gilmer > ^ 

'' John (c), wks R Thomas, t 218 Market Squarg it: \ w 

" Macon (c), porter S E Hudson "^ f '> 5 

" Mary (c), laund, r 706 E Market '. r^ Tl w 



Silas J (c),* lab, r 204 N Percy • ~ -< 



" Tanier (c), bds 367 W Bragg ""'^ i 

^' Thos (c),* wks A & Y Ry, r 208 N Maple 
" Walter D (c), lab, rms 213 E Gaston 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING ..... 
MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 






McGlaniPoch Bpos. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



O) 






c 




v^ 


c 


, 


_J 


en 


o 


—r 


a> 




CL3 






"^ 


.£3 


O- 


O 


=S 


eo 


■a 


Q. 


-s 


s= 


CJ) 


JP 


ctf 


c= 


cr- 




'~" 


t-~ 


CJ5 


a> 


ccz 


r" 


> 


IJlJ 


'w 


en 


^ 




h- 


^ 


CL 




ar 




+-« 


es 


*-• 




^g; 


s. 




ac 


E 

o 


A. 

UJ 


)^ 






0. 







to 



Mantels, Grates, 
... Tiles ... 

TRY OUK 

"CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE." 

Fnrnisli Tiles and r.ay Tile Floors. Get their Estimate. 

268 MALONEY'g GREENSBORO 

Jo'lmisoin V^m (c), lab, anis 124 X Maple 
" Wm (c), porter Annie S Cator & Co, bds E Gaston 
" Wm (c),* lab, r 233 E Market 
'' Wrenshaw I (c),* lab, r 217 Clinton 

Jonee Albert (e), lather, bds American House 
" Allen (c)* (Jones & Snipes), r 918 E Market 
" Anthony (c),* wks G T Glascock & Son, bds 126 S 

Dodson 
" Arthur (c). student, r E Market bev limits 
" Claudia M (c), elk D J Gilmer, bds 123 W McCulloch 
" D H (c), brickmason, r !»!)3 S Cedar 
" Edw (c),* driver D W Corl & Son, r 920 E Market 
" Edw (c), lab, bds 982 Perkins 
" Ella (e), wks A M Lindau, r same 
" Fannie (c), laund, r 325 (825) Austin 
" Fannie M (c), cook Mrs C Witherspoon, r same 
" Florence (c), laund, bds 218 W Bragg 
" Frasier C (c), driver F F Smith, bds 325(825) Austin 
" Fred L (c),* porter Pullman Car, r Jonesboro 
" Georgia E (c), bds 123 W McCulloch 
" Haywood (c), driver Dr Dellinger, bds 911 E Market 

ALD E RMANTPhotographer. 

'■■■■' ■■ ■■ iWir^i* ^ j^gi^ EA.ST MARKET STREET. 



" Henry (c),* wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Pomona, 

a^" c NO 

JTIT . ^ " Henry T (c),* plasterer, r 829 Vance 

52 ^ " Jacob (c),* gro 601 E Market, r 433 Chestnut 

C/3 ^ '* Jacob (c),* plasterer, r Jacksonville 

Q^ \-m " Jas (c), boot blk J W Emerson, bds E Gaston 

S^. Q: " Jas P (c),* r 166 W McCulloch 

■^ < " Jas W (c),* wks So Ry, r 615 Doggett al 

^*''"" (3 '' Jaiie (c), cook W D Mendenhall, r same 

^^ Q " Jesse (c),* lab, r 301 N Maple 

CD CQ " J^^^e Ji' (c)'* ^at), bds 301 N Maple 

L«M " John W (c),* lab, Berger-Wood Tob Co, r 218 W 

r^ =3 Bragg 

^^, . . ^' Jos S (c),* rest 119 E Market, r 1016 S Ashe 

■5~ ~ " Kyle (c), servant R R Alley 

CrJ g " Lillie P (c), bds 325 (825) Austin 

CS ^ " Lizzie (c), laund, bds 339 (839) Austin 

rT% O '" Margaret E (c), laund, bds 325 (825) Austin 

JJr CO " Martha (c), cook, r 600 E Market 

JU " Mary J (c), cook Mrs W R Forbis, bds 123 W Mc- 
^— ■ Culloch 



Hague-McGorkle 



IMPORIERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 



Dry Goods and Notions 

D R Y GOODS CO. 320 ani 322 S. Eim Street. 



mammmm 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdoo House Building. 



TOILET ARTICLES, 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Soda am Mineral Waters. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



269 



Jones Mitdhiell {(•),* painter, r Jonesboro 
■" Penacy (c), lab, bds 339 (939) W McCulloch 
■*' Priscilla (c), wks W B East, r same 
'" Robt (c), driver D Carr, rms 106 Beach 
•"' Saml R (c), wks R M Sloan, r 244 E Gaston 
" Sebron R (c),* shoemkr 118 E Sycamore, r 911 E 

Market 
^' Susan (c), cook, r 633 E Gaston 
" Tichia (c), r E Market bey limits 
'' Wm (c), lab, bds 126 S Dodson 
" Wm J (c),* meat mkt stall 4 city mkt, r 420 Chest- 
nut 
'' Willie L (c), cook bds 325 (825) Auatin 
" & Snipes (c) (A Jones, J J Snipes), grocers, 921 E 
Market 
Joplin Eliza (c), cook G E Stone, r same 
Jordan Delia F (c), tchr, bds 132 N Maple 
" Fletcher (c), porter Shaffer's Bar, bds 240 E Gaston 
" Jennie (c), laund, r 240 E Gaston 
" Newton (c), wks S Finishing Mill 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 

103 W. HARKET STREET. 

JORDAN PATRICK J (c), PASTOR BETHEL A M E 

Church, r 132 N Maple 

" Saml (c),* lab, r 2067 E Market 
Joyce Fannie (c), laund, r 127 W McCulloch 

" Geo (c),* wks Pitts & Monroe 
Judd Smith (c),* lab, r 423 High 



Kane Wm (c),* driver Cunningham Bros, r 631 E Gas- 
ton 
Kearney Sanders (c), lab, bds 140 N Dodson 
Keble Wm (c),* porter, bds 907 E Market 
Keck Allen (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

" Belle (c), wks (il'boro Stm Ldry, r Wamersville 

" Ellis (c), wks Empire S & I Co, r Empire Quarters 

" Ellis (c), wks S Finishing Mill 

" Jas (c),* r 363 W Bragg 

" Mary (c), laund, r Warners ville 

" Sallie (c), bds 820 S Ashe 

" Susan (c), laund, r Warnersville 



0) 



|0 

Is 



!• D 

r ? 

■< 

H 

o 

91 



o 



155 




m 



The Contracts 
of the 



PENN Mutual Life 



Are the 
Most Liberal. 



See J H. flERRITT, 



4 Katz Building. 



•r ' 

i 



r 



Will H. Mattliews & Co. clThSs 

304 South Elm Street. FOR CASH ONLY. 



en 270 MALONEY'S GKEENSBORO 

'^ — ■ 

Q Keek Tbos (c), wks Sergeant Mfg Co, r ^^"ariiei'sville 

O Kern Sarah (c), cook Mrs M C Reid, r same 

•»C5 Kernigan Laura (c), laund, r 469 Cole 

Z ^ >i^ Kerr Alex (e),* lab, r WarnersA'ille 

"! O O Kestler Alex (c),* janitor A & M College, r 410 Chest- 

2 '^ fi nut 

— O ^ Kirkman Watson (c),* wks G T Glascock & Co, r Jones- 

P 525 ^ boro 

^ <^ Kirkpatrick Cassie (c), cook Mrs Alford 

2 jyT fl Kivett Geo (c), carp, i3ds 602 S Spring 

^ nS Cd Knight Jas (c), plasterer, bds American House 

Hi g >5 Koger Daniel (c),* wks N & I Col, r 972 McGee 

^ ^ Kreeble Wm (c),* porter Merchants Gro Co 

OS 

^^______ Lamb Sarah (c), servant D Schenck 

Lane Alfred (c),* lab, r Warnersville 

^Hi[^ " Jas (c), lab C F Mfg Co, r Warnersville 

^■"■^ " John (c),* lab, r Warnersville 

^^,15 Lash Clinton (c), wks Wm Hooks, bds 120 Boon 

ULi i B. L. wllVCATEl"««'»«s*Ntt 

I 2 >23 South hlBB Street. J ATTACHMENTS. 

^^™* iJ " ~ 

■■■■■■ 'H " Flavius (c),* drayman, bds 166 W McCulloch 

^■i" C3 " Isaac (c),* farmer, r 120 Boon 

H^ H " Prince (c), lab, r rear 834 W Market 

^^^ -~ Latta W^m (c), wks Guilford College, rms 228 Mebane 

^gj^ ^ Law Geo (c), porter J M Hendrix & Co 

^ ^ ry " Lottie (c), laund, r 311 N Percy 

^"^ C ' Watson (c), wks Wm Jones, r same 

CCa C3 Lawrence Alex (c), wks L E Duffy, r Warnersville 

UJ " Ned (c), lab, r Warnersville 

^l^pi i^ Leach Dockery (c), lab, rms 517 High 

^^^ g Leak Jas (c), lab, rms 214 E Gaston 

Q Lee Andrew J (c),* driver D W Core & Son, r Jonesboro 

^^^ fw " Chas (c), wks Watson's brick yd, r Jonesboro 

i2^H **^ Cora (c), cook J A Barringer, r same 

^ " Eliza (c), cook C E Holton, r same 

tn '•' Jas (c), wks G'boro S & B Co, r 305 Bennett 

^ '' Maggie B (c), nurse Mrs S B Adams, r same 

^■■^ " Reaney (c), wks Watson's brick yd, r Jonesboro 

IQJJJ " Robt (c), wks Jno M Dick, r same 

^1^^^ Leftwich Christopher (c),* lab, r 1047 College ave 

Rankin, Chisholm, Stroud & Rees ■■ mens .. 

300 South Elm Street, OUTFITTERS. 



Cape Fear M'nfg Co. 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Rough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTOKY. 27L 

Leftwich Peter (c), wks So Depot, bds 1047 College av^ 
Leith John (c), lab, rms 228 Mebane 
Lemons Lewis (c),* wks So frt depot, r High 

" Eufus (c),* wks So Ry, r 412 High 
Lewis General (c), hackman ^\'m Lindsay, rms 722 S 

Ashe 
Liggens Monroe (c),* drayman, r 91G E Market 
Lilly Jos R (c), wks G Blake, r same . 
Lindsay Caesar (c), lab, r 130 W McCulloch 

" Freeland (c), barber E B Williams, r S Ashe 

" Green (c), r rear 124 Fayetteville 

" Henry (e),* waiter Benbow Hse, r 216 Mebane 

" Hiram (c),* lab, r S Ashe bey limits 

" Jeremiah (c),* lab, r 300 N Lindsay 

" John (c),* wks Mrs M G Newell, r 221 E Gaston 

" Lillie (c), cook J J Nelson, r same 

" Maggie (c), cook, rms 610 S Ashe 

" Matilda (c), servant C Mebane, r same 

" Pinkney (c), porter, bds 235 N Maple 

" Walter (c),* wks G <& F College, r 622 E Lindsay 

" Wesley (c), lab, r rear 130 S Mendenhall 



O 
QD 

CO 

o 

c 

H 
X 



X 

< 

< 



m CD "0 

^ r. ^ 

m "5' 
m ■"• 

H O 
3 
0) 



0. W. GARR & CO. 



INSURANCE. 

233iS. Elm. St. 



" Wm (c),* hackman, r 1043 S Ashe 

" Wm (c),* wks S Finishing Mill, r 140 Beach. 

" W^m (c),* lab, r W^arnersville 
Little John (c), gro 1045 S Ashe, bds 1043 same 
Lloyd Cj'rus (c),* waitr Benbow Hse, bds 213 E Gaston 

" Mary (c), cook W H Eller, r same 
Lockhart Chas (c), carp, r 425 High 

" Louisa (c), wks G'boro Stm Ldry, r High 
Lofton Henry (c), wks Mrs H H Cartland, r same 

" Wesley (c),* driver E P W'^harton, r 515 High 
Logan Wm (c),* lab G'boro S & B Wks, bds 1059 E 
Market 

" Wm (c), porter D Bendheim & Sons 
Long Arthur (c). wks S Finishing Mill, r 147 N Dodson 

" Chas P (c),* barber, r 986 Perkins 

" Fannie (c), servant C E Moore, r same 

" Floyd (c),* rms 829 Factory 

" Julia (c), servanit A L Broioks, r same 

" J Wm <f),* porter McAdoo House, r 990 Perkins 

" Sheppard (c), lab, rms 829 Factory 
Loop Martha (c), cook W H Rees, r same 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 



POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 



General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs. 



f 



Staple and Fancy Groceries. PHOENIX & AIKEN 

210 South Davie Street. 



« < I 4 I I 



SPECIAL ATTENTION 

TO SELECT RETAIL TRADE. 



CO 
UJ 

-J 

< 

LU 
CI 

MJ 

g^ 






--272 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



V 

E 
ui 



3 
O 
(0 

10 

n 

• 

CO 
Ci 

w 



Love Jas (c), servant J C Olive, r same 
LoA^ett Martba (c), laimd, bds 1021 S AsUi© 

" Sarah (c), laund, bds 1016 S Ashe 

" Wade (c),* carp, r 1021 S Ashe 
Lyles Hilliard (c),* lab, r Warnersville 
Lynch Frank (cj, drayman, rms 947 E Washington 

" Lee (c),* lab, r 115 N Forbis 

M 

Mace Polly (c), r rear 213 Lyndon 
" Wm (c), wks Mrs Lindheim, r 420 E Lindsay 

Mack Jetty (c), cook W F Alderman Jr, r same 
, Mackenzie Ruf us M (c),* bricklayer, r 402 Chestnut 

Malloy Peter F (c),* missionary, r 136 N Dodson 

Marable Lucinda (c), laund, rms 536 High 
-Marcom Matthew (c),* lab, bds 308 W McCulloch 

Marriott Nathaniel A (c),* pastor Providence Baptist 
Oh, r 315 N Maple 

Marsh Simeon (c),* wks Odell Hdw Co 

Martin Annie (c), cook Mrs A L Rankin, r same 

Greensboro Ice ^ Coal Co. 

" Chas, (c), lab, bds 435 N Edgeworth 

" Fletcher (c), wks B H Merriman, bds 1029 S Ashe 

'^ Henry (c),* fireman Wood's Fctry, r 623 E Gaston 

" Henry (c), lab, bds 330 (830) Austin 

" Jas (c),* sexton, r 991 Perkins 

" Jane (c), laund, r 245 E Gaston 

" Julia (c), cook Dr Griffith, rms 438 Cole 

" Lizzie (c), laund, r 2S3 E Gaston 

" Lula (c), wks S Schiffman 

" Mary (c), wks G'boro Stm Ldry, bds 722 S Ashe 

" Starling (c),* wks Pitts & Monroe, r 330(830) Austin 

" Thos L (c),* wks Benbow Hse, r 117 N Forbis 

" Turner (c),* cook Hotel Olegg, r 2093 Bennett 

" Wm (c), wks J W Merritt, r same 

'' Wm (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

" Wm L (c), student, bds 233 E Gaston 

Mason Hannah (c), cook J A Hodgin, r Warnersville 
" Maria (c), laund, r 116 S Gilmer 

Mai^ey Caroline (c), laund, r 102 N Maple 

Mathey Saml (c), wk« :S Finishing Mills 

Matthews Fannie (c), cook, bds 608 S Spring 



C. BEASLEY 

East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plnmbing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATINQ. 



W. F. CLEBB & BRO. FruirMuce 



364-8 South Elm Street. 



! 

and Commission Merchants. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



Matthews John (c), wks Mrs A B Hendepsioii, r same 

•*' Lucy (c), cook, r 608 S Spring 

^' Lucy (c), laund, r Jacksonville 

'' Wm (c),* carp, r 334(834) Austin 
Maxwell Alonzo (c), lab, bds 615 E Market 

" Cary (c), lab, bds 615 E Market 

" Jos (c), lab, r 615 E Market 
Mayo Dicey E (c), laund, bds 811 S Ashe 

" Edw H (c), lab, rms 712 E Market 

'' Ella B (c), laund, bds 811 S Ashe 

■'^ Lizzie (c), laund, r 811 S Ashe 
McAden David (c), wks So Ry depot, bds 360 W Bragg 

" Ed (c), wks So Ry depot, bds 360 W Bragg 

" Ella (c), cook, bds 360 W Bragg 

^ Hill (c),* lab, r 360 W Bragg 

" Walter (c), wks S Ry depot, bds 360 W Bragg 
McAdoo Calvin (c),* farmer, r 999 College ave 

" Chaney (c), bds 1011 S Ashe 

" Charlotte (c), laund, r 518 E Washington 

" Cora (c), cook A M McAdoo, r same 

^ Dinah (c), nurse A L McAdoo, r same 



W. n RAIN Contractor and Builder 
■ Wl Unill 3021^ SOUTH ELM STREET 

" Emma (c), tchr, bds 1011 S Ashe " 

" Geo (c),* wks A & Y Rv depot, r 828 Vance 

'' Geo (c),* lab, r 800 S Ashe 

■" Geo S (c),* farmer, r Jonesboro 

" Geo W (c),* tchr, r 1011 S Ashe 

" Green (c),* r Jacksonville 

" Ida (c), cook T M Pickard, r same 

'' Jas (c),* farmer, r 1029 S Ashe 

*' Jesse (c), cook Geo A Smith, bds 419 (319) N Spring 

"' John W (c),* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomo- 
na, N C 

" Lucinda (c), cook A G Nelson, r same 

'' Matthew (c), elk Taylor & Finch, r Jacksonville 
McCadden Peter (c),* wks W McAdoo, r 302 S Davie 
McCain Jas (c),* wks W C Beasley, r 4071 East 
McCalpin Nicholas (c),* lab, r S Ashe bey limits 
McCarthy Eli H (c),» r 512 High 

" Rutherford (c), student, bds 512 High 
McCauley John (c),* sexton W Market St M E Ch, r 927 
Guilford ave 

*' Lula (e), laund, r 608 S Ashe 



rO 



< 
rn 

z 
o 

o? 
» _ 
3 > 



H 
C 
7Z 

CD ■ 

3 -0 



(D 






fi) 



o' — a 

5'? 2 
'^'^ ft 

cr <B C/3 

3 to 
en % 



B 3 ® 



a o 



as?; 



ft 5- 

Ciig o E. 



7^ 



GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 



FINEST WORK IN TKE CITY. 



111-113 West Market Street. 

G 18 * 



PHONE 72. 



r 



MURRAY BROS. 

113 SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. 



INSURANCE. 



Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler.. 



CO 



CO 



274 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



tn 



CO = 



McClary Lizzie (cj, wks S Finishing Mill 
MeCleary Lizzie (c), cook, r 516 E Lindsay 
McColliim Geo (c), wks Allen H'se, bds^ 627 E Gaston 

" Riohd (c),* lab, v 627 E Gaston 
McConn Andy (c),* cook Benbow Hotel, r Jacksonville 

'' Rebecca (c), r Jacksonville 
McConnell Jas (c),* wks Benbow Hse, r 222 N Gilmer 

" Jos (cj, wks Benbow Hse, rms 433 Chestnut 

'' Wm (c), wks S Ry frt depot, bds 853 S Elm 
McConnelly Andrew (c),* cook Benbow Hse 

" Jas (c),* night watchman Benbow House 

'' Mack (c), waiter Benbow House 
McCormick Anna B (c), laund, r Warnersville 

" Jas B (c), wks S Ry, r Warnersville 
McCowan Geo (c), wks Allen House, r E Market 
McCoy Caesar F (c), wks Richardson Drug Co, bds S 
Davie 

" Henrietta (c), cook Mrs T T Brooks 

" John (c), wks Brooks Mfg Co 

" Loyd (cj, wks G'boro I & C Co, bds 118 N Percy 

" Nainnie (c), nurse J I Fountain, r Warnersville 



tf OPP. BENBOW HOUSE. 

%f ■ - 

2 McDaniel Ohas (c), cook J Jio'nes, rmis 224 S D'avie 

4-» McDonald Chas H (cj, tchr, bds 4065 East 

CO '> Saml (c),* grocer 2061 East, r 4065 same 

C McGee Emily (cj, laund, r 829 Factory 

S " Jas (cj,* cook McAdoo Hse, r 829 Factory 

U McGibony L (cj,* wks C F Mfg Co, r Warnersville 

£ McGirt Daniel M (c), lab, r Warnersville 

<-» "Jas E (cj, tchr Jonesboro Pub Schl, r Warnersville- 

5 " Mack (cj,* drayman, r Warnersville 

jljMcGiveney Laura (cj, laund, r 361 (961j W McCulloch 

McKay Christian (cj, wks Dr E L Stamey, r same 
® " Roibt E (c), lab, rui's 611 (kirrell 
OMcKenna John (cj,* lab, r 447 Cole 
WMcKinnon Frances (cj, cook W T Hodgin, r Church 
^ " Simon (cj,* porter W O Stratford 

McKnight Geo (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

McKoy Edw (cj, wks S Finishing Mill 
" Eliza J (c), matron Bennett College, r same 

McLean John (cj,* lab, bds 723 S Ashe 
" Rebecca (cj, cook Mrs Watlington, r same 
^' Stephen (cj,* wks Empire S & I Co, r Empire Qrtrs 



JNO. A. YOUNG, Nurserymen 



TWO MILES EAST CITY. 



PHONE 4.3. 



Matthews & Hammer 



GENERAL \ ^l 



Insurance Agents 



V 



302y, SOUTH ELM STREET. "S^esRe^iS' t 

1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 275 H ^ ^. 



McLeod Jas (c),* wks A & Y Ry, r rear 118 W McGuI- 5 > c c 

loch ^ 30 H o 

"■ Joibn (c),* r Jacbsonville S "i ^ ^ 

McMasters Alfred W Rev (c), bds 163 W McCullocli S ^ ^ o 

" Flk?tcher (c), wks D F Causey, r McOoninell rd : o '^ ^ 

" Kate (c), laund, r 4098 East H 5 S *" 

" Pearl (c), cook Mrs J H Gilliland, r same ^. m > " 

McMichael Green (c), wks F A Matthews, r Julian ^ 5 '^ ^ 

'' Gre'en (c),* wks Ben bow House, r Dean's alley ^ - z ° 

McMurray Lee (c), *wks Empire S & I Co, r Warners- <o ^ u> -• 

ville » ^ ="ta 

McNeal Lula (c), cook, rms 809 N Percy ?*" E. '^ 

McNeally Belle (c), cook, r 105 N (Treene = t _ o- 

McNeil C Jane (c), bds 720 Guilford ave S '^ * « 

" Daniel (c), wks B H Merrimon, r 720 Guilford ave c* o -^ o 

'' Fred (c), lab, bds 720 Guilford ave ~ JT. p — 

McNeill Wm N (c),* Ry Mail Service, r 535 McMahon -« Z! "* 

McPherson John V (c),* wks C W Yost, r 337 (937) W < g « - 
McCulloch 

McRae Edw (c), wks Green Hill Cem r 611 Lindsay 'S. ^ » 
" Fred (c),* lab, r 622 S Spring 



= —CO 



Cuiifopii liumbBP Mamifacturing Co. 



o» C3 



' ■ P 
524-32 South Ashe Street. GREENSBORO. N. C. ' CO 



Meadows Celey (c), bds 610 S Spring 

" Chas (c),* lab, r Jacksonville 
Mebane Albert (c), wks G F College 

*' Annie (c), laund, r Jacksonville 

" Eiugene (c), sei'vant T Glenn, r isiame 

" Lula (c), cook T Glenn, r same ^^ 

Meek Jas (c),* wks E^mpire S & I Co, r Empire Qrtrs C^S 

Mendenhall Aaron (c),* undertaker, r 525 McMahon ""^ 

" Anna (c), wks G'boro Stm Ldry, r E Washington *. iaij^ s 

'* Lewis (c),* carp, r 900 Johnson • _^— !j 

Merrick Annie (c), bds 827 Johnson J^ ■ ■ ■ c 

" Wm (c),* lab, r 827 Johnson 2 ^J ^ 

Merritt Edw (c), wks Cone's, bds 234 N Percy ^ 2S ^ 

" Eliza (c), servant A Jordan, r same > c 

" Henry (c),* porter S Ry, r 234 N Percy Z — H » 

" Lydia (c), laund, r 440 Cole '^ ^3 o 

" Mary (c), cook Mrs Leak, r 201 S Clinton • OO ■ 

" Wm (c), lab, bds 234 N Percy 
Miller Ava (c), cook Mrs W H Matthews, r same 

" Benj (c),* lab, r 448 Cole 

'' Lorenza (c),* wks Rankin, C, S & R, r 711 High 



•< 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 W. Market St. 



ALL KINDS OF. 



Feed and 
Seed Products. 



r 



McGLAMROGH BROS. [ ".""."itfeff.'?'' 

''The Cahill Special Crate" is the Best Made. See it. 

t ' 276 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



Du 

« O h^ Miller Martha A (c), r 125 Boon 

>*. j2 " Win (c), fireman G'boro Gas & El Lt Co 

§ > >-5 Mills Abraham (c),* drayman, r Warnersville 

2 ii ^ " Harriet (cj, laund, r Warnersville 

f- ^ Milton Martin (c),* lab, r 619 E Gaston 

2 ^ CC Mines Abram (c),* brickmason, r 907 (709) Guilford av 

" J-aJ Minor Chas (c), wks A L Brooks, r same 

ec o " Geo (c), wks Miss A B Houston, r Jonesboro 

5 g ^^ ** Lula (c), cook H L Brown, r same 

>. O " Thad (c), lab, r 902 Johnson 

J <; _ '' Wm (c), wks Bain's Lbr yd, rms 611 Gorrell 

^ ■^. Mitchell Alice (c), laund, r S Ashe bey lim 

_________ " Annie (c), laund, r rear 719 Baptist 

^^^^ " Berta (c), cook, r Jacksonyille 

CQl " D Wink (c),* porter J W Jones 

^— ^ " Jas (c),* lab, r Jacksonville 

"""""l ^- John (c), lab, rms 427 Cole 

^i"i " Lum (c),* lab, r 1022 S Ashe 

£J^3 " Mary (c), nurse J N Longest, r W^arnersville 

> " Wilkes (c),* drayman, r 212 Mebane 

^_^ j2 " Wm (c), coachman C Cone, r same 

Z § ALDERMAN \ Photographer. 

™*^" TO ^laW ■■ 11 III^IV ^ 113^ g^grj, MARKET STREET. 

^^ rt « Wm (c), wks Empire S & I Co, rms 427 Cole 

m^^ S Mock Branson (c),* lab, r Warnersville 

J^^ « " Louisa (c), cook W G Balsley, r McGee 

k&J I— " Lula (c), cook, bds 845 McGee 

Q g* CC " Mittie (c), cook F C Broyles, bds 845 McGee 

^T" < Moffett Jas (c), lab, bds 2025 New 

■■■■" O Moftltt Lucy (c), eook Mrs F E Rosis, r MoGee 

O Monroe Thos (c), st watchman A «& Y Ry, r Jonesboro 

^"^ QQ " Wm (c), plasterer, rms 1035 College ave 

^^^m <i Montgomery John (c), wks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co 

■■Abb CO " John W (c),* farmer r Jacksonville 

^^J ijj " Mollie (c), nurse D Schenck Jr 

g-y— I 2 Moody Minerva (c), cook Mrs H H Cartland, r same 

fc*J ^ Moore Allen (c),* lab, r 644 E Lindsay 

C^^ X '' Archibald (c),* drayman, r 2079 Bennett 

MB O u ciias H (c), tchr A & M College, r 232 Mebane 

^" ■^ ^ " Douglas (c), wks Pomona Terra Cotta Co, r Porao- 

I H I na, N C 

LJLJ " Elijah (c),* wks J A Dodson, r Warnersville 

fmytm " Elijah (c),* cook S Ry, r 828 Johnson 

™'^™ " Grandison R (c),* drayman, r 987 Perkins 

IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 



Hague-McCorkle 



Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S Elm Street. 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdoo House "■■"'^'"g — ^— — — 



Prescription 
Work 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 277 

Mow* H (c), wks Empire S & I Oo' 

" John (c), wks Benbow Hse, rms 226 E Gaston 

" Jos (c), lab, bds 543 McMahon 

" Maggie (c), cook Mrs O L Naylor, r High 

" Margaret (c), seamstress, r 543 Mebane 

" Millie (c), laund, r 826 Vance 

'' Philip (c),* drayman, r 371 W Bragg 

" Robt G (c),* r 543 McMahon 

" Saml (c), wks G'boro S & B Go, r 305 Bennett 

" ^A alter P (c).* farmer, r 989 I'erkins 

" Wiley W (c),* barber L W Woods, r Percy 
Moorefield Alex (c), wks White's Meat Mkt, bds 615 E 
Gaston 

" Annie (c), cook, r 615 E Gaston 

" Bessie (c), nurse, bds 615 E (Jaston 

" Wm (c), lab, bds 615 E Gaston 
Morehead Arthur (c), wks W F Clegg & Bro, rms 227 
E Gaston 

" Caroline (c), laund, r rear 439 E Washington _^ 

"■ Cai-tt'i- (c),* lab, I- S Ashe bey limits 

" Emma (c), r S- Ashe hej limits 




TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 



103 W. HARKET STREET. 



Eugene (c),* wks Meudenhall's stable, r 824 Factory ^ a 

Geo (c),* wks McAdoo Hse, rms 211 Percy < _, ^ r 

Jas (c),* driver N & I College, r Warnersville > » ^ s 

Jas J (0), shoemkr 205 E :Market. r 309 E Gorrell h £ ^ * 

John (c), lab, r S Ashe bey limits c f ^ o 

Jos (c), lab, bds 722 S Ashe - ^ - S5 5 



V r G^ 



Leon (c), wks Berger-Wood & Co, r Warnersville 
Lizzie (c), cook N & I College 
Lucy (c), wks Benbow Hse, r Warnersville 

Maggie (c), cook Mrs S B Adams, r same > CD 

Mary (c), cook J J Stone, r same * - 

Pinkney (c), lab, r 506 E Lindsay ^ ■ ■■ 

Reta (c), eating hse 343 S Davie, r E Gaston g. g« 

Robt (c),* wks E E Bain, r Warnersville S* ^"S 

Robt (c),* wks A &'Y Ry, r Jonesboro ©■ S. ^ 

Warren (c),* lab, r Jacksonville P WW 

Washington (c),* lab, r Warnersville p bo *" iS 

Wm (c), wks Stafford Tob Co, r Warnersville P S — S? 



" Wm (c),* carp, r 234 E Gaston 
Morgan Fannie (c), cook W S Hill 



0p 



For the Best ■ ■■ M ■ ' HeKopresemstne 

'IZ'^ I 11 ■■ A ■•Mi'll-iETNA AND TRAVELERS 



J. H, Merritt 



Reliable ^^ 

Accident I ^^ IWI f I I II fl Policies and Tickets issued at 

Insurance ■■■ l|| IVllllllll the Greensboro Ornce 

See ^F ■ ■■■ ■■■Wlllv« No. 4 Katz Building. 



I 



CQ </i 



Will H. Matthews & Co. „£oasIbs 

304 South Elm Street. one Price. For Cash Only. 

= 278 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 

CQ . . 

- Morgan Favt^ttt^ (c),* lab, v 3007 East 

^ |£ " John (c),* tchr, bds 806 S Ashe 

" John T (c),* wEs Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomo- 
na, N C 
" Wm (e), wks N Ellington 
M -^ ^ Moroney Chas (c), wks Dr J G Brodnax, r same 

2 's I— Morris John P (c),* tchr Bennett College, r 2007 Ben- 

S = ^ nett 

= "^ S " Milas (c), lab, bds 221 N Gilmer 

" Q2 " Simeon (c),* wks Odell Hdw Oo, r 221 Gilmer 

— Q ^ Morrison Lee (c),* wks Pomona Terra Gotta Go, r Po- 

euo :^ 32 mona, N G 

S </> « Wm (c),* wks Pomona Terra Gotta Go, r Pomona, 

s; S ^c 

Sj Morrow John (c), lab, r rear 130 S Mendenhall 

S " Mary (c), cook J B Stroud, r same 

_____^ " Mary E (c), laund, r rear 130 S Mendenhall 
" Morris (c), lab, r rear 130 S Mendenhall 

■ Morton Jas (c),* lab, r Jonesboro 

^^9 " John (c), lab, rms 132 Beach 

■■ Bi^ i|\ Motley Lucy, (c), cook, bds 845 McGee 



3 B. L. WINCATEiBiCYCLEs 

;M 123 s. Elm Street. ) and REPAIRS. 

L Mucherson Morgan (c),* porter Allen Hse, r 815 Gedar 

U Muchinson Wm (c),* lab, r rear 641 W Lee 

3 Mullen Isaac (c), lab, r 811 S Cedar 

jr Murchison Mary (c), laund, r 864 S Elm 

Murphy Baxter (c), wks Benbw Hse, rms 226 E Gaston 

^ " Jas (c), elk W^ L Murphy, r 607 E Market 

#■ " Julia (c), wks G'boro Stm Ldry, r 919 Beach 

JT " Thos (c),*'wks Benbow Hse, r 639 Lindsay 

W " Wiley (c),* wks G F Glascock & Son, r 128 Beach 

,. " Wm L (c),* gi*oc 607 E Market, r 828 Factory 

'jl Murray Jennie (c), laund, bds 116 W Gaston 

T3 " Saml (c),* cook S J McCauley, r 416 Chestnut 


N 

. 

Nash Geo (c), lab, bds 237 N Percy 
^__^ ^ " Jas AV (c),* lab, r 237 N Percy 

^BB^ L l^esil Caroline (c), cook Mrs W D McAdoo, r same 

fi^t^ n Nelson Alice G (c), bds 320 (820) Austin 

"" '-' " Anderson G (c),* (A G Nelson & Son), r 1000 S Ashe 

RANKIN, CHISHOLM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 

300 SOUTH ELM STREET. ' - 



Cape Fear M'nf g Co. 

BUILDINO MATERIAL OF ALL KMDS. 



Kough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates- Furnished- 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY, 



279 



Ne^lson A G & Son (c) (A C & G L), gw'cs, 1000 S Ashe 
'' Arthur (c), drayman, r rear- 146 W McCulloch 
" Edgar M (c),* carp, bds 320(820) Austin 
" Florence (c), cook Mrs T B Waddell, r same 
" Geo L (c), ( A G Nelson & Son), bds 1000 S Ashe 
" Grace M (c), tchr Graded School No 2, r 1000 S Ashe 
" Henry (c), wks F A Matthews, r rear 146 W Mc- 
Culloch 
" J Leroy (c), carp, bds 320(820) Austin 
" Jos W'(c),* carp, r 320(820) Austin 
" Mary (c), r 1024 S Ashe 
" Nancy (c), laund, r rear 146 W McCulloch 
" Sallie (c), wks G F College, r same 
" Saml (c), wks So Ry, r rear 146 W McCulloch 
" Walter (c), wks F A Matthews, r rear 146 W Mc- 
Culloch 
" Wm (c), wks Troxler Bros, r S Ashe 
" Wilson (c),* barkpr John Barker, r Warnersville 
" Wilson A (c),* porter r 308 W McCulloch 
Neville Saml G (c),* lab, r 336 N Percy 
Newell Sallie (c), cook, bds 812 S Ashe 



0. W. CARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



Newlin Robt (c),* wks J Schenck Jr 

'• Sallie (c), laund, bds 828 Vance 
Newson Frahk (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

" Saml (c), wks Empire S & I Co, r Empire Quarters 
Nichols Jas J (c),* mattress mkr N J McDuffle, r War- 
nersville 
Nocho Jacob R (c),* mail agt, r 401 E Market 

" Mary (c), tclir Pub Schl No 1, bds 401 E Market 
Norman Jas E (c), student, bds 2007 Bennett 
Norwood Maggie (c), cook, bds 339(839) Austin 

" Thos (c), wks Empire S & I Co 



Odd Fellows Hall (c), 501-507 E Market 

Ogburn Eliza (c), cook G W Ward, r same 

Osborne Stella (c), cook E M Goolsby 

Oseby Susan (c), laund, r rear 719 Baptist 

Outon Wm (c), butler Mrs Gilmer, rms 227 E Gaston 



O 

00 

CO 

O 

c 

H 
Z 

m 

r 

H 

m 
m 

H 



O 

> 



O . 



C ^ 



CD 

a 



CD 
CO 

fo 

s 
■a 

<v 

CD 



CO 



Pomona Terra Cotta Co, 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 



SEWER PiPE, 
WEIL TUBiNG, 
DRAIN TILE. Etc. 



r 



Fresh, Tender Meats. 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 



stalls 3, 5, 7, Ci y Market. 



280 



CO . 

^ CD 



en 



— d 

73 03 
O 
^ CO 

^^ 

■C3 CtJ 

cn cB 



Uj 

oc 

K. 
CO 

% 

a: 

cs 
to 

l« 

IN 

03 

OS 
(N 



MALONEY'S GREENiSBORO 



P 

Page Alex (c),* lab, r 519 High 

" Graham (e),* brakemau A & Y Ry, r 2023 Bennett 

'' Jos (c), wks G Blake, bds 519 High 

'■'■ Joshua (c), student, bds 519 High 

'' Wm R (c), student, bds 519 High 
Paine Jesse (c), wks S Ry, rms 309 N Percy 
Palmer Fannie (c), laund, r 238 N Percy 

" Henry (c),* lal3, r Jonesboro 

" Jas (c),* \^ks Odell Hdw Co, r Jonesboro 

'•' Wm (c), lab, rms 610 S Ashe 
Parham Edw F (c),* preacher, r 333 E Market 

" Susiie (c), eo'ok J S Cobb, r E Market 
Parker Geo (c),* lab, r rear 315 N Maple 

^' Henry (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

" Jas (c), wks Phoenix Mt Mkt, bds rear 315 K Maple 

" John (c),* lab, r 325 (825) Austin 

" Nelson (c), lab, bds rear 315 N Maple 

" S M (c), tchr A & M College, r same 

Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 

x>xzo:n'X3 so. 



C/3 

C3 



CO CO 



CO 



" Wm (c), wks J W Scott, bds rear 315 N Maple 
Parks Jas (c),* wks E J & A G Stafford, r rear 834 W 
Market 

" Martha (c), cook G H Gregory, r rear 834 W Market 
Patillo Jas (c), lab, bds 122 IS! Dodson 

'•'■ Wm H (c),* wks Farmers' Whse, r 122 N Dodson 
Patron W Henry (c),* wks C F Mfg Co, r 225 Percy 
Patterson Emmett (c), lab, r Warnersville 

" Frances (c), wks G F College, r same 

" John W (c),* grocer 001 Lindsay, r 608 same 

" Sandy (c),* lab, r Warnersville 
Pattishawl Lucy (c), cook Mrs W C Beasley, r East 
Payne Chas O (c), lab, bds 345(845) Austin 

" Margaret (c), r 2010 S Ashe 

" R Burton (c),* (Payne & Graham), r 345 (845) Aus- 
tin 

" Wm (c), lab, bds 2010 S Ashe 

" & Graham (c), (R B Payne, H H Graham), barbers, 

319 S Elm 
Pearce Robt (c),* wks E G West, r 825 Factory 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plumbing, 



SCIENTIFIC 
HE AT IN a, 



HOTEL GLEee 

W. F. CLEGG, Propr. 



IN CONNECTION. 
Opposite Southern Depot. 



1899-1900 OITY DIRECTORY. 



2811 



Peebles Bettie (c), wks J M Dick, rinis 128 Beadh 
Peeler Silas A (c),* pastor St Matthews M E Ch, (c;, 

r 609 S Ashe 
Pegram L'illa (c), nurse C H Ireland, r Warnersville 
Pemberton Tony (c),* lab, bds 1029 S Ashe 
Pembleton Wm (c), cook Madam B Alexander, r same 
Peoples Benevolent & Relief Association of N C (The) 
(c), John H Whitis, supt; 121^ E Market 
" Dock (c), lab, rms 201 Clinton 
" Wm (c),* janitor N & I College, r same 
Perry Annette (c), cook Mrs E Ballard, r same 
" Jasper L (c),* wks Ward's Drug Store, r 838 Vance 
" John (c),* wks Empire S «& I Co, r Warnersville 
" M H (c). tchr A & M College, r same 
" Thos W (c), lab, bds 1049 E Washington 
Pettiford Adaline (c), bds 147 W McCulloch 
" Mandis (c),* musician, bds 130 W McCulloch 
" Mollie (c), servant J B Graham, r same 
Pettigrew Martha (c), laund, rms 947 E W^ashington 
Phelps Elijah (c),* carp, r 424 N Grilmer 
Phillips Amos (c), r Clinton 

P. RAllFContractor and Builder 

I Ul Uti I Iv 3021^ SOUTH ELM STREET 

Phipps Wilbert (c), porter C E Pugh bds 120 S (iilmer 
Phoenix Cherry (c), cook W B Pemberton, r S Davie 
Pickett Dempsey (c),* wks Pouiona Terra Cotta C\», r 
Pomona, N C 

'' Dicy, (c), cook, ,r 213 N Forbis 

'•' Drury (c), cook J West, rms rear 719 Baptist 
Pierce Robt (c),* wks E G ^^\<»t 
Pinnix Flora (c), laund, r Warnersville 

" Harriet (c), laund, r Warnersville 
Plummer Martha (c), cook E J Stafford, r McOonnell rd . 
Poole C'odarra (c), laund, i- \\"ar'nersville 
Poteet Philip (c), porter Vuncanon & Co, r Warners- 
ville 
Powell Amos A (c), preacher, r 817 Baptist 

" Wm H T (c),* lab, r 126 S Dodson 
Pratt Lizzie (c), r rear 231 W Bragg 
Prayer Seymour (c),* lab, r 812 S Ashe 
Precill Wm (c), cook R R eating hse, bds 163 W Mc- 
Culloch 
Prescott Catherine (c), wks Mrs C A Reynolds, r War- 
nersville 



(0 



P 

< 

m 

K 
Z 

c 
» _ 

3 > 



H 
C 
73 







30 

CD 



fi) 



ffi c* •*- 

£ p - 



•^ as 
eg * 



c 3 ® 

f» o 

Mao 

ars: 



ft a 
7'< 



3 6) » 

Sra-'-i 
go 



<B ^ - 






Greensboro Steam Laundry 

III-II3 West Mirtitt Street. Pboie 72. 



SHIRTS, 
COLLARS 
and CUFFS 

OUR SPECIALLY. 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see I IQ 

SOUTH ELM ST. 
Phone 163. 



MURRAY RROS. 



(O 



tf) 


o 


ti 


o 


lO 


■N 


bO 


bO 


£ 


c 


■ ^^ 


■ ^^ 


jjj^ 


^z 


CO 


+J 


■ ^^ 


o 


£ 


■■i" 


^^ 


O 


3 




U. 



282 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



Price Roibt L (c), spec deli viry uiesgg^ P O, bds 40C6 
East 

" Robt P (c),* lab, r 4066 East 

" Wm (c), wks W Vanstory, r same 
PritcTiett Benj F (c), enj;r Tlios Woodrofife, r 146 W M'c- 
Culloch 

" Jas (e), wks J W Weatherly rms 214 E Gaston 

" Mamie O (c), bds 146 W McCulloch 

" Nannie L (c), bds 146 W McCulloch 
Pryor Geo (c), wks Elm]>ire S & I Co 

" John (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

" Oliver (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
Public School No 1 (c), H H Falkner (c), principal, 212- 
14 N Percy 

" School No 2 (c), Theo Williams (c), principal, Ashe 
Pullen Ella (e), laund, r E Market bey limits 
Purvis North (c),* lab, r 1022 S Ashe 

" W Edw (c),* lab, bds 1016 S Ashe 

" York (c),* wks G'boro Roller Mill, r 204 W Bragg 
Puryear Seymour (c), lab G'boro Water S Co 

F^ariss Pharmaovt 

OPP BENBOW HOUSE. 



■Quay Solomon (c), farmer, rms 130 N Maple 
Quicker Joseph (c), wks G'boro S & B Co, bds Ashe 



Ragland Frank (c), wks Empire S & I Co, r Empire 

Quarters 
Raleigh Maggie (c), servant J W Weatherly 
Randall Green (c),* lab, r 423 Lindsay 
Raney Jos (c), lab, rms 614 Gilmer al 
Rankin Arthur (c), wks Forbis Meat Mkt,bds 205 Percy 

" Henry ^^' (e),* hackman, r 180 N Maple 

" Ida (c), servant W J Blackburn, r same 

" Julia (c), laund, r 614 Gilmer al 

'" Sallie (c), cook J N Wills, r same 

"Thos (c),* lab, r 422 E Lindsay 

*• Thos J (c), wks Brown Mer Co, r 335 N Maple 

" Turner (c),* wks S Ry, r 635 E Gaston 



JNO. A. YOUNG 

TROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Fruit, Shade and ... . 
Ornamental Trees 

VINES AND PLANTS. 



MATTHEWS Si HAMMER 

302>^ South Elm Street. 'V^'Ss^rllll.^'"'''''' 



Will Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Deatli 
or Accident. 



1899-1900 OITY DIRECTORY. 283 o X OJ H 

— _ — _ — r- moo 

Ray Wm (c), wks J J Nelson, r same ^ ^ 5 n 

Redwine Alex (c), wks McAdoo Hse, rms 124 Beach S -i x x 

Reed Lucian (c),* wks G'boro S & B Wks, r country z c/3 ^ g 

" Major (c), lab, r 239 N Gilmer f^ ct x o 

" Robt L (c),* wks S Ry, r 915 E Market * z e/J z 

" Wyatt (c),* lab, r 832 Johnson ' ? ^ 2 ^ 

Rees Julia (c), laund, r 639 E Gasfon « 5 n c^ 

" Wm (c), wks A & Y Ry, bds 225 Percy -^ H = 3 

Reeves Aaron (c),* wks A & Y Ry, bds 520 High » = x g- 

" Aaron (c), switchman A & Y Ry, r 552 Macon ^ ^ S- =* 

" Andrew (c), wks S Ry, r rear 205 W Bragg _ ^ ^ "^ 

" Booker (c),* lab, r 619 High 1 o - o 

" Dock (c), switchiman A & Y Ry, r 552 Macon tS" "* n g" 

" Emma (c), cook G S Sergeant, r High S g » " 

" Jno (c),* lab, r rear 604 E Market ^ - -h _ 



TT 



o --^ o 



^ 03 «a. 



-n"' 



Reid Dock (c),* wks A & Y Ry, r 545 McMahon 
" Geo B (c), porter J L Keeling, bds Clinton p'" ^ -n 
" Jinie (c), cook J S Jones o ' ^. * p 
" Julia (c), wks G'boro Stm Ldry, r Dodson ■ -^ ~" s'n 
" Sallie (c), servant C S Wheeler, r same "E. =; ^ 
Revnolds Carrie (c), cook Mrs Mayo, r same p _, '^ 
1 : . tt S SJ 

Cuilfopd bumbBP Manufacfuping Do. " ^ 



• CO 

524-32 South Ash* street. GREENSBORO. N. C. ^ 



" Pryor (c), wks Tatum & Taylor, rms same 
Rhodes Amanda (c), waitress N «& I College, r same 

" Mitchell (c),* wks G'bono I & C Co, r 127 W McCul- 

loch C/D 
Rice Annie (c), student, r 429 Cole 

Rich Lucy (c), cook, r 242(B) N Gilmer , _ 

Richardson Dora (c), laund, r 219 Percy ^"^"^ 

" Irwin R (c),* bricklyr, r 507 Lindsay , ' 

" Jno W (c), butler C E Holton, r same • I2II f 

" R W (c), tchr A & M College '^ m * 

" Wm (c), wks Empire S & I Co, bds 507 Lindsay q '^^ ^ 

Richmond Albert (c),* lab, r Jonesboro § ^-^^ o 

" Andrew (c), lab, r Jonesboro ti -^^ ^ 

" David A (c), lab, r Jonesboro ^ , S 

" Emma (c), servant C L Lamb, r same ^ ' m 

^' Enoch (c),* lab, bds 346(846) Austin . ^— * « 

: CT3 ^ 



Jno F (c),* wks J S Cobb, r Jonesboro ; C^a « 



" Kizzie (c), laund, bds 434 N Spring 

" Lee (c),* wks G'boro S & B Wks, r Jacksonville 

" Levi (c), lab, r Jonesboro 

^' Maggie (c), laund, r Warnersville 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



McGlamPDEh Bros. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Mantels, Grates, 
... Tiles ... 

TRY OUR 

"CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE." 



Fnrnlsta Tiles and I^y Tile Floors. Get tlieir fsUmate. 



S) 




c 








c 


, 


a 


o 


a> 


' — ' 


U 






a. 


•e 




c 


C31 


a 


= 




^■■M 


en 


« 


c 


> 




ev3 


to 


^ 




H" 


&. 


o 


a. 


x: 




+-• 


♦-• 




C2. 


1. 


E 


42 



Oi- 



284 MALONEY^S GREENSBORO 

Ridiiiioiid Will (c), rest, 118 E Washington 

" AVinnie (c), cook, v Warnersville 
Richwine Chas (c),* bds 870 S Elm 

" Daisy (c), laund, r 870 S Elm 
Rison Paul (c),* lab, r 324 N Gilmer 
Robbing Alice (c), cook, rms 238 N Percy 

" Letha (c), servant Mrs A L Wills 

" Louis (c),* lab, r 229 N Gilmer 

" Oscar (c), lab, bds 229 N Gilmer 
Roberts Alice (c), servant A H Alderman 

" Geo (c), wks Watson's Brick yd, rms 628 S Spring 

" Louisa, (c), laund, r 010 S Aslie 
Robinson Ezekiel S (c),* janitor Normal College, r 949 
McGee 

" Geo (c), wks G'boro Furn Mfg Co, bds 371 W Bragg 

" Richard (c), wks A J Williams, r same 

" Richd (c), wks N C Christian Advocate, bds 106 S 
Greene 

" Zena (c), cook, r 870 S Elm 
Rogers Anice (c), laund, r 213 Percy 

'' Henry (c), wks Clapp's Grocery, bds 213 Percy 

ALDERMAN ! Photographer. 

Q **^^ ^ ■■ ■!■■-■■■ ( j^^g^ EAST MARKET STREET. 

toD bn « Pender (c), w^ks G A Glapp 

CH c " Turner (c), wks J A Byrd, rms 216 Mebane 

■■■■ cS Rollins Jordan (c), wks So Ry 

C/5 ^ Rooks Junius (c),* wks A & M College, r 152 N Dodson 

£/3 " Scott (c), carp, bds 152 N Dodson 

ij Rowland David (c), butler Mrs Sample Brown, rms 
Jonesboro 




(0 



< 

o 
o 



Jas M (c), lab, r Jonesboro 
Jno (c), lab, r Jonesboro 
Saml (c), cook, r Jonesboro 
Ruffin Geo (c),* lab, r 629 E Gaston 



^ Russell Mary (c), laund, r 820 S Ashe 

=^ s 

C^ ^ Saunders Ellis (c),* 2d hd clothing 224 S Davie, r 367 
<— O W Bragg 

O " Frank R (c),* 2d hd clothing 213 S Elm, r same 

DQ Scales Adolphus (c). lab, bds 805(505) Guilford ave 
" Arthur (c), wks So Ry, rms 606 Gilmer alley 
" Henry (c),* wks Sergeant Mfg Co, r 615 High 



II Mfl n II IMP0R1ERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

HagUe-mCUOrkle Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S. Elm Street. 



C. E. HOLTON 



McAdoo House Buildings 



TOILET ARTICLES, 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Soda ani Mineral Waters. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



285 



Scales J (c), butclier, bds 710 E Market 

" Jesse (c), lab, bds 301 N Maple 

" Jno (c),* lab, r 301 N Maple 

'' Jno (c),* lab, r 710 E Market 

" S D (c),* wks Pomona Hill Nurseries, r Pomona N C 

" Sarah (c), servant J G Bynum, r 802 E Market 

" Surry (c), lab, bds 805(505) Guilford ave 
Scarlett Wm (c),* flremn So Ry, r 634 E Lindsay 
SchmidtJno C (c),* pastor Evangelical Lutheran Ck 

(c), r 240 W Bragg 
Scott Eliza (c), servant B B Boulden, r same 

" Geo (c),* lab, r 515 Lindsay 

" Greenbury B (c),* wks Empire S & I Co, r Empire 
Quarters 

" Julius (c), servant C Mebane, r same 

" Lizzie (c), cook Mrs Vanstory, r Jonesboro 

" Louis (c),* lab, r Jonesboro 

" Marie (c), cook, r rear 920 S Elm • 

" Oliver (c),* janitor P O, r 224 E Gaston 

" Sidney (c),* lab, r 119 S Gilmer 
Searcy Edw (c),* lab, r 201 Percy 

TOM RICE JEWELRY CO. 

103 W. HARKBT 5TRBBT. 



" Mack (c), lab, bds 900 Johnson 

" Peter (c),* lab, bds 304(904) W McCuUoch 

" Walter (c), lab, bds 900 Johnson 

" Wm E (c), bds 201 Percy 
Sellars Chas (c), gro 1034 S Ashe 

" Dempsey (c),* carp, r 536 High 

" Gertrude (c), laund, r rear 920 S Elm 

" Jean (c), lab, bds 301 N Maple 

" Jno (c),* brick mason, r rear 920 S Elm 
Setliff Annie (c), laund, r rear 136 N Mendenhall 
Settle Jno (c), waiter Hotel Clegg, bds 1011 S Ashe 
Setzer Hannah (c), laund, r 212 Clinton 
, " Julia S (c), cook Bennett College, r same 
■Sevier Saml S (c),* pastor 1st Congregational Gh, r 140 

N Dodson 
Sharpe Berta (c), cook Mrs R M Douglas, r same 

" Chas E (c),* lab, r Jonesboro 

" Henry (c), wks Mrs N C Weatherly, r same 

" Rootle), ft hand A & Y Ry, r Jonesboro 

" Sallie (c), laund, r Jonesboro 
;Shaw Andrew J (c),* driver, r Jonesboro 



(0 



0} 

c 
1 






b 



(D 

3 

fi) 

I? 



= 5" 

=;■ o 

o a' 

St. w 

o ■ 

3 



The Contracts 
of the 



PENN Mutual Life 



Are the 
Most Liberal. 



See J H. nERRITT, 



4 Katz Building. 



Will H, Matthews & Co. cSrHSs 

304 South Elm Street. FOR CASH ONLY. 



</3 

o 
o 



286 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



Shaw A (c), wks G'boro S & B C\), bds 211 Gilmer 
" Brown (c),* wks G'boro I & C Co, r Jonesboipo 

^ "■ Emma (c), laund, r 618 S Spring 

- t/T^^ " Isham (c),* wks G'boro S & B Co, r 211 N Gilmer 

- C >» " Susie (c), maid R F Dalton, r Gilmer 

.2 2 " Wm A (c), wks G'boro S & B Co, bds 211 N Gilmer 

- 'rt CC Sbelton Geo (c),* lab, r Jacksonville 

1 ^ ^ " Henry (c), lab, rms 518 E Washington 

^ ^ ^^ " Jas (c)* (Shelton & Vanstorv), r 118 E Sycamore 

(g r/T^ '^ Sallie A (c), cook Mrs W H Wetmore, r Jacksonville 

U ^ § " & Vanstory (c) (J Slielton, W Vanstorv), eating 
^ O ,1^^ house 116 E Sycamore 

O ^ Shine Margaret (c), cook Rev J C Rowe, r same 

O <D Bhipp Robt J (c),* r 529 High 



>^ ^ 



Shoffner Cora (c), cook Wood Hse, bds same 
tj," o " Gallawav (c),* lab, r 516 E Washington 
Q PC " Jas (c),* 'lab, r 314 N Gilmer 
^___ " Robt (c),* lab, r 205 Clinton 

'' Yiney (c), laund, r rear 834 W Market 
^^ Short Napoleon (c),* cook So Ry, r 310 N Percy 

i3 Shuford Mary A (c), cook Mrs A Bunting, r Warners- 

I ■% ville 



123 South Elm Street. j ATTACHMENTSi 

Siler Jas (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
" Richard (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
" Romulus (c),* lab, r rear 205 W Bragg 

Simmond Wm (c), lab, bds 425 Cole 

Simmons Henry (c), cook, r Proximity 
'' Jennie (c), cook Dr Mebane, r 009 E Market 
" Mary (c), chambermaid McAdoo Hse, bds same 

Simms Alonzo (c), lab, bds 125 N Dodson 
" Squire (c),* cook, r 125 N Dodson 

Simpson Erie (c), cook Mrs S R Kerr, r same 
" Malvina (c), cook Mrs C M Yanstory 
" Sanford (c), porter Harry-Belk Bros Co 
" Sarah (c), laund, r 516-18 E Gaston 

Singleton Jefferson (c),* painter, r 316 N Gilmer 

Slade Albert M (c),* watchmn So Ry, r 417(130) N 
^laple 
" Benj (c),* lab, r 351(951) W McCulloch 
" Felix (c),* brick mason, r 901 S Ashe 
" Jas (c), brick mason, bds 351(951) W McCulloch 
" J Wm (c), porter C H Coble, r 901 S Ashe 



Rankin, Chisholm, Stroud & Rees - mens .. 

300 South Elm Street. OUTFITTEnS. 



Cape Fear M'nf g Co. 

BUILDINQ MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Rough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 






1899-1900 CITY DIRECTOKY 



287, 



Sloan Alex (c), lab, bds 316 N Gilmer 
" Bettie (e), laund, r Jonesboro 
*' Cardell (c),* paper hanger, bds 907 E Market 
'' Jane (c), wks G F College, r 907 E Market 
" Julia (c), servant L W Crawford, r same 
" Walter (c),* wks So Ry depot, r rear U18 E Market 
" Wilson (c),* lab, r 507*^ Chestnut 
" Wilson (c),* engr Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r 723 S Ashe 
'' Wilson (c),* flremn G'boro S & B Co, r 721 Ashe 
" Yancey (o),* painter, r 254 W Whittington 

Smith Aaron (c), driver J H Phipps, bds 735 Douglass 
" Austin (c),* porter A & Y Ey, r 611 E Market 
" Bettie (c), cook, r Warnersville 
" Caroline (c), cook Mrs E M Hendrix, r same 
" Chas (c),* lab, r Jonesboro 
" Chas (c), wks Benbow Hse, rms 226 E Gaston 
" Delia (c), cook Mrs J R Donnell, r same 
" Eva (c), laund, bds 116 S Gilmer 
" Fayette (c),* lab, r 803 E Sycamore 
" Geo (c),* painter, r 4075 East 
*' Hester (c), pastry cook Benbow House 



O 
00 

CO 

o 

c 

H 
X 



X 

< 

CD 
■< 

o 



m o "^ 

H -1! 

m — • 

H O 
3 
0) 



0. W. GARR & GO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



Isaac (c),* driver Eagle Fdry, r 837 Factory 
Iverson (c), wks So Ry depot, rms 837 Factory 
Jas (c), butler J A Barringer, r Spring 
J F (c),* wks Pomona T Cotta Co, r Pomona N C 
Jno (c),* cook Benbow Hse, r 226 N Forbis 
Jno (c), tailor, bds 358| S Elm 
Jno V (c),* wks S Ry, r 2085 Bragg 
Margaret (c), laund, r rear 641 W Lee 
Mary (c), servant J W Parker 
Merritt (c), lab, bds 837 Factory 
Mollie (c), cook W M Moore, r S Ashe 
Nellie (c), laund, r Jacksonville 
Kellie (c), cook Rev L Johnson, r same 
Richard F (c),* shoemkr 432 S Mendenhall, r Guil- 
ford ave nr Mendenhall 
Robt A (c), wks G W Jackson, bds Beach 
Saml M (c),* barber 203 E Sycamore, r 127 Beach 
Sidney (c), wks Mrs King, rms 735 Douglass 
'Thad (c), servant Mrs L J Keech, r same 
Yena (c), cook D Schenck jr 
Virginia (c), cook Mrs L H Robertson, r same 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

:l POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 

General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs. 



staple and Fancy Groceries, PHQENIX & AIKEN 



LU 

I 



SPECIAL ATTENTION 

TO SELECT RETAIL TRADE. 

.288 



210 South Davie Street. 



LU 



o 
ce 

•o 

c 

a> UJ 

5 < 

o 



z 



0) 

E 

UJ 

£ 

3 
O 
<0 

10 
01 
CO 

■ 
w 

o 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



Siiiitb Walter (c),* lab, r 434 N KSpritnig 

" Wesley (c),* lab, r Jacksonville 

" Wm (c),* shoemkr 119 E Market, r 237 N Gilmer 

" Wm (c), driver J W McNairy, bds same 

" W R John (c), wks Ogburn & Crawford, rms E 
Washington 
Smothers Andrew (c), lab, rms 130 N Maple 

" Bettie (c), seamstress, r 2093 East 
Snead J A (c), i3lksmith A & M College, r same 
Snipes Jno J (e)* (Jones & Snipes), rms 918 E Market 

" Wm P (c),* cook So Ry, r Jonesboro 
Snow Geo (c), wks W T Stewart, r same 

" Geo C (c), tchr A & M College 
Spencer Virgie (c), car cleaner So Ry 

'' Wm A (c),* barber J A Byrd, rms 233 N Gilmer 
Spicer Claudia (e), cook Mrs Wescott, r 233 N Gilmer 
Sprinkle J Coon (c),* porter So Ry, r 330(952) W Mc- 
Culloch 

'' Myrtle (c), bds 330(952) W^ McCulloch 
Spruill Helen (c), cook, r 947 E Washington 

" Jackson (c), wks Empire S & I Wks, bds 947 E 
Washington 

Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 



'' Jackson (c), wks So Ex Co 
Stanfield Amy (c), laund, rms 128 S Gilmer 

" Geo (c),* lab, r 4079 East 

" Stephen (c), lab, rms 128 S Gilmer 
Staples Henry (c), plasterer, bds American House 

" Roxana (c), cook, r Empire Quarters 
Staton Morris (c), lab, bds 504 Chestnut 

" Sarah (c), laund, r 120 S Gilmer 
Steele Chas (c), wks Sergeant's Fdry, rms 118 East 

" Frances (c), laund, r 118 Ea^t 

" Jno (c), lab, rms 118 East 

" Susan (c), cook Mrs C Hunter, r same 
Stephens Jno (c),* wks So Ex Co . ' 

Stevens Albert (c), carp, rms 305 Bennett 

" Geo (c), lab, r Jonesboro 

" Harrison (c), carp, rms 305 Bennett 

" Jos (c),* waiter McAdoo Hse, r 200 Percy 
Stevenson Esther (c), cook Mrs H Sternberger, r same 

« Robt (c),* lab, r 4325 Mendenhall 



W. G. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary PluiWng. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



r 



Matthews & Hammer insurants 

3021^ SOUTH ELM STREET. ^ysRepresented." 



lS!'U-]t)()() CITY DIRECTORY. ^^ X CO H 

Steveson Emma (c), wks G'boro Stm Ldry, r 433 Men, o > c c 

Jeuhall 30 H o 

Stewart Bessie (c), cook Mrs E H Scales S "1 ^ = 

" Lemuel (c),* lab, r S Ashe bey limits ^ *" so o 

" Lizzie (c), cook Mrs Berta Hughes, r East 3 o ^ ^ 

" Viney (c), laund, r 130 ^^' MeCulloch ^ Z <^ 35 

" Walter (e), lab, r S Ashe bey limits ^ 1^ > 3 

" Wm (c), driver F M Keith, r rear 443 E ^A'hittington 2! =^ "^ en 

Stokes Sonnie (c),* wks Prox Mills, r 471 Cole 



3 



:5 s. 



p =• 



Street Fannie (c), servant Mrs M P Lindsay, r same ^ 

Stroud Geo (c), wks J A Murray, r 801 p] Sycamore » ^ = o 

Henry (c), barber J A Byrd, bds 801 E Sycamore a<a 2 



" Jas (c), cook Benbow Hse, rms 214 E Gaston —.*"§• 

'' Johnson (c), cook Benbow Hse, rms 216 Mebane *3- eo » ^ 

" Mary L (c), laund, r Jacksonville S; 3 SJ, o 

" Sarah (c), nurse, r 801 E Sycamore ~" ^ aj _. 

" Wm (c), lab, r rear 834 w"^ Market ^i =' -n ^' 

Studervent Richard (c), wks Empire S & I Co < ^ =" 7 

Summers Edw (c),* wks N & I College, r Walker ave ° =:- ^ 

bey limits ' -o 5 S 

" Geo (c), lab,- bds 419 Lindsay » S = 

« »^ ja 

^ °- 

• CO 

o 

CD 



WP. RAIN Contractor and Builder 
I Ul Ufl I ll 302J'2 SOUTH ELM STREET 

Sutton Jno (c), waiter Hotel Clegg 

Swain Henry (c), janitor Mendenhall bldg, r 109 Percy 

" Mininje (c), laund, bds 107 Percy 
Swepson Emma (c), cook Mrs L T Blair, r same 
Swift Lillie M (c), bds 244 W Whittington 

" Hobt (c), lab, bds 244 W Whittington 
Swinson Maggie (c), cook S L Trogdon, r Jacksonville 



Tatum David G (c),* lab, r 1046 S Ashe O m * 

" Eliza (c), cook R R Allev, r same O ZX!3 2 

" Pinkney (c),* wks So Ry, r 462 Cole S .^^^ g 

" Winnie (c), cook Mrs S J Cooper J ^ 

Taylor Bailey (c), wks Empire S & I Co, r Empire Qrtrs 2 ^^^ so 

" Geo (c),* waiter McAdoo Hse, r 227 E Gaston •< ^^j g 

" Geo H (c),* painter, bds 832 Johnson ; —^ „ 

" Jas (c),* wks Empire S & I (Jo. r Jacksonville • < 

" Jas (c).* wks B H Merriman, r Jacksonville ^ " 

" Jas (c)* (Taylor & Finch), r Jacksonville 
'' Jennie (c), nurse (i A Mebane, r same 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 W. Market St. 



ALL KINDS OF ^ 

Feed and 
.. . Seed Products. 



MCCLAMROCH BR9S. || Mantels crates, 

^The Cahill Special Crate" is the Best Made. See it. 



f- -_• 290 MALONEY'S GBEENSBOEiO 

W O I— Taylor Kallie (c), cock, r OOC S Ashe 

O "*" 2E " Sherman (c),* lab, r 900 Johnson 
Z ^ '^ " " & Finch (c) (J Taylor, 1) Finch), gro Jacksonville 

a: ^ S Teague Saml (c), ft hand A & Y Ry, r 864 S Elm 

o v^ -^ Terry Arthur (c), wks J J Phoenix, bds 416 Cole 

o •* • U " Calvin (c), lab, bds 416 Cole 

Q ^ " Cassie (c), laund, r 416 Cole 

g o '' Geo (c), lab, bds 416 Cole 

O c5 ^ " Terry (c), delivery boy I'hbenix & Aiken 

'^ CO ^ Thacker Caswell fc),* carp, r 613 Lindsay 

^ "< — " Ceo (c),* wks So Ky, r 4078 East 

< <^ " Judy (c), laund, r 013 E Market 

-' " Mat tie (c), servant H 1) Stone, r same 

jm\j-fi^ '" ^' (c), wirs Empire S & I Co 

^^"^^^ " Pereppa (c), cook Mrs M S Sharjje. r same 

JJJJJ '' Rufus (c), carp, r 425 Cole 

^^^j Thcan Calvin (c),* lab, r Wariner.*ville 

^^^T " Eugene (c), wks S Finishing Mill , 

^■■9 " Eugene F (c),* wks So Ry, r Warnersville 

• " Lizzie (cl, cock Mrs L^'nirTilreim, r Kiaime 

^■■■K i» " Martha (c), r AVarnersville 



nj 



GPP BENBOW HOUSE. 

" Vickerson (c), porter I'ullman Car Co. r Warners- 
ville 

Thomas Agnes (c), cook Mrs E ^yeill, r same 
" Bettie (e), cdck Mm D 1) DeButts, r same 
" Calvin (c), wks McAdoo Use, rms 711 E S^^camore 
" Coi'nelia (c), laund, bds 435 N Edgeworth 
" Hattie (c), ("C'ok L W Andrews, r MeCnlloch 
" Julius B (c),* waiter IMcAdoo Hse, r 307 N Percy 
" Lucv (c), cook A T Robinson, r same 
" Maiide (c), bds 359 AV Bragg 
'* Nancy (c), laund, r 359 W Bragg 
" Robt W S (c), tchi' Bennett College, r same 
" Saml (c),* lab, r Warnersville 
" Sarah (c), cook, bds 845 Mct^ee 
" vSvlvia (c), cook C A Mebane, r same 
'' Wm (<•), lab, bds 359 W Bragg 

Thompson Alice (c), cook C L Yarner, r 1001 S Ashe 
" Alonzo (c),* wks McAdoo Hse, rms 623 E Gorrell 
" Annie (c), chambermaid Allen Hse, r same 
" Chas D (c), wks Richai'd'son Drug Co. r Jacksonville 
" Hilliard (c),* wks A & Y Ry, r 1004 E Market 



Hague-McGorkle 



IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S Elm Street. 



V^!^ 



C. E. HOLTON 



McAdoo House Building.. 



Prescription 
Work 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY, 



291 



Thomp&oin Iisaac (c), lab, rins 984 Perkins 

" Jno (c), tclir A & M College 
." Lizzie (c), nurse Mrs S S Brown, r Jacksonville 

'• Louis ^V (e),* wks Empire S & I Co, r Jacksonville 

" L3'dia (c), laund, r 118 AY Gaston 

" Saml (c),* cook, r 1001 S Ashe 

" W E (c). carp, bds 1000 S Ashe 
Thorpe Allen (c),*wks Empire S c*t I Co, r Empire Qrtrs 

'' Harry (c), wks J Olive, rms 829 Factory 
Torran Jno (c), wks Empire S & I Co 
Torrentine Graham (c), wks Watson Brick Yd, bds 841 

S Elm 
Townes Jordan R (c),* port Pullman Car Co, r 517 Higta 
Trice Chas (c),* wks McCauley's Bar, r 919 E Market 

" Dockery (c),* lab, r Jonesboro 

" Louis (c),* wks R M Douglas, r 735 Douglas 

" Martha (c), cook A & M College, r same 
Trotter Rufus (c),* wks C P Yanstory, rms rear 600 E 
Market 

'' Susan (c). laund, r rear 600 E Market 
Trueblood Jno (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

Guilfopil liumbBP Manufacfuping Co. 



524-32 South Ashe Street. 



GREENSBORO. N.C. 



Truse Wm (c), waiter Hotel Clegg 

Tuck Mary (c), cook B H Merrimon, r same 

Tucker Ellen (c), cook Mrs E P Wharton, r same 

" Henry (c), drayman, bds 367(967) W McCulloch 

" Louisa (c), laund, r 815 Factory 

" IMadison (c).* wks So Ry, r S Ashe bey limits 
Turner Ernest (c),* wks Tatum & Taylor, r Cole 

•' Jos (c),* wks Bray Bros, r 702 E Market 

" Louisa (c), wks Benbow Hse, r 504 W Washington 

" Moses (c).* lab, r 601 High 

" Robt (c),* hostler W McAdoo, rms 302 S Davie 

" Robt (c), lab, rms 702 E Market 

" Thos (c). lab. r 116 W Gaston 

" Wm (c). wks Tatum & Taylor), rms same 
Tyson Thos (c), wks Empire S & I Co 

u 

Unthank Carolinie (c), bds 1006 S Ashe 
" J A (c),* Pullman Car porter, r 158 W McCulloch 



O 

3- 

to 
o 

9 



■0 " era 



s 

•9 

O 

a 
p 



£2*"^ 



For the Best 
and Most 
Reliable 
Accident 
Insurance 
See ... . 



J. H, Merritt 



He Represents tne 

/ETNA AND TRAVELERS 

Policies and Tickets Issued at 
the Greensboro Office, 

No. 4 Katz Building:. 



Will H. Matthews & Co. „£*& 

304 South Elm Street one Price. For Cash Only. 



292 MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



S2, <o 

eS I- 



ca 


C/> 


CJ 


CUD 




c: 


aJ 


^— 




C/i 


=3 


s=: 


^^ 


=3 


>i_ 


i_i_ 


^-^ 




L^ 


03 




CO 



^ ^ </) 






Vanstoi-Y Clias (c),* night watcliiuau MoAdoo Hse 
'• J A Walter (<•),* driver, r 10-;3 E Wasliington 
" Robt H (c)* (Vanstory cV: Alston), wlcs S Finishing 

Mill, r 306 N Gilmer 
" Walter (c)* (Shelton & Vanstory), r E Washington 
" i^c Alston (c), (R H Vanstory, J Alston), grocers 304 
N Gilmer 
Vanghan Emma (c), laund, r rear 825 MoGee 
Vanghn Adelia (e), laund, r Warnersville 
Vincent Georgia (c), nurse J F eTordan, r same 

w 

Waddell vSarah (c)^ laund, r 012 E Lindsay 
Waddleton Jno (c), lab, bds 045 McGee 
Waddy Jas C (c), elk I) J Gilmer, r 1000 S Ashe 
Wagner Andrew (c), elk J W Patterson, rms 436 Cole 
" Edw (c), lab, rms 436 Cole 



2 ■^■■■•' ^ HB IfHSrVIV ^ ^^gj^ E.VST MARKET STREET. 

c 

\^ " Gcx) (c), lab, I'ms 430 Cole 

2 AVagstatf (Jeo (c),* wks J -J riioenix, r 830 Factory 

• Waite Dora (c), cook, r Proximity 

" W^alker Andrew (c),* wks So Ry, r 224 Mebane 

_- ^' Benj (c), wks Farmers \\'arehse, r 235 N Maple 

^ " Bessie (c), r rear 641 AV Lee 

U " Chas (c),* wks So P^x Co, r Warnersville 

(5 '• Cicero (c),* wks D W Corl & Son, r Jonesboro 

" Edw (c),* wks C Cone, r Jonesboro 
(f) " Jos (c),* driver G T McLamb, r 828 Factory 
■Q " Lillie (c), wks G F College, bds 244 W Whittington 
Q " Marino (c), r rear 124 Fayetteville 
is " Marshall (c), wks So Rv,"bds 224 Mebane 
^ '' Millie (c), laund, r 246 AV Whittington 

\j Wall Luni (c), servant Mrs E Dowd, r same 

Wallington Jno (c), driver J Yates, bds 519 Lindsay 

^ Walls Chas (c),* cook G S Bradshaw, r same 

Wb^ U " Pearl (c), laund, bds 107 Percy 

f^F^ n Ward Alston (c),* lab, r 339(839) Austin 

T[J*J? " Bettie (c), cook Mrs T Settle, r same 

RANKIN, CHISHOLM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 

300 SOUTH ELM STREET. ' ' - 



MATTHEWS ^ HAMMER 



Will Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident. 

3025^ South Elm. Street. ^Vo^Ss^^llll"''''''''' 

1899-1900 CITY DIRECTOEY. 293 ' o = co h 

Waii'd Mary (c), oook C M St'ed'ui'an, r samie o > c c 

" Priscilla (c), servant C M Stedman, r same S 3 x S 

Ware Saml (c),* lab, r 51:^ Lindsay' ^ cfl^ 

" Thos D (<•),* gro 1045 E Wasliiiigtou, r 1049 same '^ o Z « 

Warren Letitia (c), laund, r 521 Schenck ■ 3 o € 

Washington Julia (c), cook, r 233 N Gilmer H 5 m ^ 

" Maude (c), seamstress, bds 809 S Ashe ^:m> ^ 

Watkins Anderson (e),* farmer, r 812 Mebane ' * 5 1 3 

" Cornelia (e). cook H L Scott, r same g" ^ — o 

"' Florence (c), r Waruersville ** -u w -• 

'' Henry (c), ^\ks E J Forney, r same w — c oa 

" Martha (c), domestic, r 443 Cole « "^ »» H 



Tichia (c), laund, r 309 :N' Percy 






" Wm ((■), lab, r rear 443 E Whittington S = S " 

"NA'atlington Adger (c), serA-ant Mrs ^L A. Winstead ^= ^ n 



o -^ o 

?5- 



Watson Anderson (c),* res 209 S Elm, r same • "~ ^ p _. 

" Aunie (c), cook A B Creech, r same — «a Z! 

" Delia (c), laund, r rear 205 W Bragg < ^ = 7 

" Lucy (c), cook, r 983 Perkins p E"" «o 

" Mark (c),* wks So depot, r 016 High ' "?_ ? 2 

'' Peter (c), cook D L Godfrey, rms 711 E Sycamore g =^ 2- 

TOM RiCE JEWELRY CO. ^f- 

• C/J 



103 W. HARKET STREET. 



" Sheppard (c), driver IJr Bell, bds 983 Perkins 

" Wm (c), wks S Finishing Mill 
Wattlington Cora (c), servant A L Brooks, r same 
Watts Rufus U (c), lab, rms 4069 East 
Weatherly Aggie (c), laund, r Jacksonville 

"■ Martha (c), servant Wm Tallman, r same 

" Matthew (c),* Avks Pitts & Monroe, r Warnersville l ■ 

" Wm (c),* wks E E Bain, r Jacksonville -—I 

AVebb Jas M (c),* wks Prox Mill, r 1041 College ave '. —w 3 

" Lewis (c), wks S o Ry frt depot ■ ^ 

" Mattie (c), cook Mrs T Bernard, r East g [ ^ * c 

Webster Callie (c), cook Mrs Hall, r same 2 ISO J 

" Walter (c), wks G Blake, r same ^ JSI " 

Welburn Jno F (c),* shoemkr 118 E Washington, r > c 

country ^ | ' 

Wells Isaac (c),* r 531 High '^ CD 5 



" Jno W (c), pastor Brown's Chapel, bds 531 High • J30 '" 

" Matthew (cj, tchr, bds 531 High * "* 

"' T'inknev (c), student, bds 531 High 
" Wm (c), bds 531 High 
Welsh King (c), lab, bds 602 S Spring 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. - 



McClamracli Bros. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Mantels, Grates, 
... Tiles ... 

TRY OUR 

"CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE." 



Farnlsb Tiles and l.ay Tile Floors. Get tbelr estimate. 



O) 



\=>D 



cn 

CO 



CO 

c 



CO 



cc 
< 
o 
o 

CQ 

LU 
Z 

o 

o 



294 



MALONEY'S GKEENSBORO 



c« o 


-^ 


CD := 


CJ> 


LVJ k 


«■§ 


O- 


e<o 1 


T,°- 


XC 


c cn 


jg. 


c^ c 


c- 




>— 


ra « 


OC i 


E > 


IJ-J 


1 - 


H- 


Sgt- 


g3 


.t^ 


^ 


-!-• 


CO 


^-J . 




E«2 


ec 


^ ' 


o 


UJ 


t. 


OC 


Q. 




-O 





Wliaiton Amanda (c), mu-se J S Jones, r same 
Bet tie (e), cook S W Scarborough, v same 
David (c), wks S Finishing Mill 
Eugenia (c), laund, bcis 020 S Elm 
Frank (c),* lab, r 2043 Kew 
(Jeo (e), lab, r Jonesboro 

Jefferson (c), drvr T (x McLean & Son, r 982 Perkins 
Jno W (c), gro 320 JS' Percy, bds same 
Julia (c), laund, r 982 Perkins 
Lindsay (c), lab, bds 371 W Bragg 
Mamie (c), laund, r Jacksonville 
Mary (cl, cook Mrs \\' R Rankin, r 433 W Market 
Mary (ci, laund, r Jacksonville 
Millie (c), cook C G Wright 
Milton (c), lab, r Jonesboro 
Minnie (c), laund, r Jacksonville 
IVter (c),* wks So Rv frt depot 
Rufus (c),* wks Guilford Lbr Co, r G13 E Gaston 
Saml (c),* wks Empire S & I (V;. i- 401 Summit ave 
Walter (c),* lab, r Jonesboro 
Wm (c),* lab, r 818 S Cedar 



B. L. WINCATE 

123 S. Elm Street. 



BICYCLES 
and REPAIRS. 



w 






hite Benj (c), fireman So Ry 
Christopher (c),* lab, r i'lo'ls Gilmer 
Hannah (c), laund, r S Ashe bey limits 
Henry T (c),* carp, r S Ashe bey limits 
Lee (c),* wks Empire S & 1 Co, r 043 Lindsay 
Mamie E (c), tchr Bennett College, r same 
Mattie (c), laund, r rear 217 W Market 
Queenie (c), cook E R Michaux 
Sallie (c). servant S S BroAvn, r 209 Beach 

hitehart Edw (c), lab, r Warnersville 

hitfleld Alex (c), porter S A Kerr,bd s Jacksonville 
Cora (c), servant J M Morehead, r same 
Ella (c), nurse Frank Morton 
Geo (c),* firemn So Ry, r Jacksonville 
Henry (c),* lab, r Jacksonville 
Lee (c),* lab, r Jacksonville 

Oscar N (c),*barber L A Woods, r 163 W McCulloch 
W"m (c), driver Morrison & Bros, bds S Cedar 

liiting Harriet (c), cook Mrs AV M Adams, r Pearson 

hitis Abram (c),* bricklyr, r 301 N Percy 



■ ■ Hfl n II IMPUR1ERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

nagUG-mCbOrklG Dry Goods and Notions 



DRY GOODS CO. 



320 and 322 S. Elm Street. 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdoo House Buildings 



TOILET ARflCLES, 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Soda an J Mineral Waters. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



295 



T\'hitis Belitie (c). cook C H Ireramd, r same 
Chas (c), porter C Bellars, bds 1012 S A?;h« 
Ephraim (c),* brieklyr, r 505 Lindsay 
Gertriide (c), lamid,'r 1012 S Ashe' 
Harriet ((•), r S Ashe l)€\v limits 
Henry (eK* brieklyr, r 22;> K Maple 
Jas (c), T\ks Guilford Lbr Mfg Co, r S Ashe bey 11m 
Jno H (e).* siipt People's B & R Assn, r 505 Lindsay 
Moses (OK* brieklyr. r 128 X Maple 
Sallie *e), cook Mrs S Brown, r 129 Beach 
Wm (c), T)ortr Cone Ex]i & Com Co, bds 1012 S Ashe 
Wm (c),* mail handler So Ry 
Whitsett Cora B (c), nurse F \A' Carpenter, r same 

'• Minnie (c), cook Mrs G ^V Denny, r same 
TV'hitt Xeville (c), Avks J F Jordan 
Wier Morgan (c),* hacknian, r Warnersville 

" Silas (c), carp, r Warnersville 
Wiley Alice (cl. cook, r rear 719 Baptist 
" Jacob (c),* farmer, r rear ('41 "W Lee 
'' Lacy ((■), wks AndreAvs &: Rockwell, r Jonesboro 
" Marv J ic), laund, r rear G41 W Lee 



0. W. GARR & CO. 



INSURANCE. 

233i S. Elm St. 



" Nannie (ci, cook C D Mclver. r same 
" Robt (c).* lab. r Jonesboro 
Williams Addie (c). cook S E Hudson, bds ;i04(901) W 

McCulloch 
" .Alice (c), ccok D C Benbow, r rear 805(505) Guilford 

are 
" Alrheus (ci. lab, bds B26 E Lindsay 
" A Y {(■), matron A & M College, r same 
" (^has (c), barber E Hughes, bds 351 N Maple 
" Chas (c). p'-^'rter C E Holfcn, r rem- 124 FayetteAnlle 
" Ebenezer B (e), barber 50fH S Elm, r 1011 S Ashe 
" Elizabeth (c), cook P P Claxton, r same 
" Emma (c), wks Mrs M A Winstead, r same 
" Henry (c), lab, bds 304(904) \\' McCulloch 
" Henry C (c),* painter, r Warnersville 
" Ida (c), cook Mrs S E Hudson, r Warnersville 
*' Jacob (c),* lab. r 626 E Lindsay 
" Jno H (c),* plasterer, r Warnersville 
" Sidney (c), lab, rms 119 S Gilmer 
" Susan (c), cook Mrs W A Fields, r same 
" Theodore F (c),prin Pub Schl No 2, bds 1006 S Ashe 




S. fi) 



0) 



The Contracts 
of the 



PENN Mutual Life 



Are the 
Most Liberal. 



5ee J H. flERRITT, 



4 Katz Building. 



Will H, Matthews & Co. dTt^Zs 

304 South Elm Street. FOR CASH ONLY. 

C« ^96 MALONEY\S GREENSBORO 



O 



^ 



Williams Zac'Laiiah T (c),* pti\ So Ry. i- 721) S Ashe 

^ \Villianison Geo (e),* wks C P Vanstorj, i- Jonesboro 

^r^ *' Nannie (c), cook J N Longest, r Jonesboro 

2 W " Walter (c), wks Frox Mill, rms J.2T Cole 

™ ^ ^ '• A^'m (cj, porter ITonslon's Store, rms 134 S Gilmer 

,2 S AVillis Geo (c). Avks S Finisliin<-- .Alill 

- ^ C^ AVillistou ]) A (c), tehr A .'C' M College 

1 ^ ^ Wilson Adolplius (c),* bricklyr, r Warnersville 
^ '^ ^ " 1) C (c), wks Empire S '& I Co 

q: ^ r^ ' " Eliza (c). cook J Thompson, rms 4073 East 

W PQ ^ '• Ella (c), lannd, i- ^^'arnersville 

y O ^^ " Ella (c), cock, r (;()() Gilmer alley 

O p_| " Ferrell (c), wks J (rolden, r same 

w Q) '' Hai'riet (cj, wks Mrs C J Johnson, r same 

j>^*35 " Jennie (c), cook, r rear 719 Bai»tist 

S« O " Jno (c), ])orter Benbow Hse, rms 205 N Forbis 

Q 3C " Lonis (c),* shoemkr S R Jones, r 106 Beach 

' " hucinda {<■), cook, rms (522 E Lindsay 

'• Nancy(c) , wks J Y Joyner, r Warnersvil^' 

^g^^ '' Sanil H (c),* wks Empire S & I Co, r Empire Qrtrs 

W^a# Winchester Henry (c),* cook, r 430 Cole 



Greensboro Ice $t Coal Co. 

" Henry (c), lab, bds 435 N Edgeworth 

'' yiiUY (ci. waitress N & 1 College 
G " R«bt M (cj,* lab, r 431 Cole 

U Windsor Birda (c), t< lir Btnnett College, r same 

^^ AA in.stoai Queen (c), nurse Mrs H Faulconer 

•S A\'i1herspoon lAnvis (c), bootblack Benbow House 

fM " Thos (c), student, bds S17 Baptist 

Q " AVm (c), porter Hotel Clegg 

eg WoUe Jas (<•),* barber, r rear 227 N Elm 

'' Santl M (c),* barbei: S M Smith, r Clay 
r£ Womack Berta G (c), cook, bds 915(715) Guilford ave 

Q " Doctor (c),* lab, r Warnersville 

Q " Jacob (c), drayman, r 915(715) Guilford ave 

Or " Jno (c),* driver Odell Hdw Co, r 1031 College ave 

Womble Adolphus (c),* wks Pomona T Cotta Co, r Po- 
^ mona N C 

^ " Andrew (c), shoemkr 200 W Market, bds 841 S Elm 

Q " Lula (c), cook Mrs J H Whitsett, rms 223 Bennett 

" Maff (c), cook Mrs E C Benbow, r W^arnersville 

Wooden A (c), wks Empire S & I Co 



Rankjn, Chisholm, Stroud & Rees - mens .. 

300 South Elm Street. OUTFITTERS. 



W. F. GLEGG & BRO. Fraiarote 



364-8 South Elm Street. 



J 

and Commission Merchants. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTOEY. 



'29< 



Woods Chas K (c), cashr T W Wood 120 S Elm, bds 238 
Mebane 
" Ethel (cj, nurse N J McDuffie, r same 
" Geo W (c).* vvks C F Mfg Co, r Jacksonville 
" Leroy W (c),* barber 120 S Elm, r 333 Mebane 
" Thos (c), driver Cunningham Bros, r 315 S Davie 
'' Wm (c),* wks Odell Hdw Co, r 359 W Bragg 
" Wm L (c), barber L A ^Yoods, bds 233 Mebane 
" Woodv (c), wks A W Hollady, r country 

Wooten Thos (c),* wks G'boro I & C Co, r il8 N Percy 

Worth Alex (c),* lab, r 605 E Gaston 

^Vright Geo W (c), painter, bds 541 McMahon 
" Jesse (c), porter So depot, r 243 E Gaston 
" Louis (c),* waiter Benlbow Hse, r 226 E Gaston 
" Nathaniel (c),* lab, r 541 McMahon 
" IMnkney (c),* wks So Ey, r 522 High 



C^Ok 



0) 

o 






(D 



YANCEY DENNIS B (c),* MEAT MKT, STALL NO 2 

Cit.^ Market, r 172 W McCulloch (see adv) 

Wn RAIM Contractor and Builder 
I Ul Ufllll 3021^ SOUTH ELM STREET 

" Smith (c), wks C P ^"ansitory, r ^"ans^ory"s Farm, 1 
mile e city 

" Smith (c),* farmer, r Jonesboro 
Yates Basil (c),* carp, r 421 Cole 

" Charity (c), laund, r 205-07 Percy 

" Wm (c),* tinner 202 W Market, r 415 Lindsay 
Yewell Jas (c), lab, rms 217 Clinton 
York Rebecca (c), cook Mrs G T Glascock, r same 
Y^'oung Alvin (c), cook Benbow Hse 

" Charity (c), cook Mrs Ellington, r 310 N Gilmer 

" Jas (c), driver G C Coggins, bds 304(904) W Mc- 
Culloch 

" Julia (cj, laund, r 304(904) W McCulloch 

" Lula (c), nurse J S Cobb, r same 

" Malinda (c), laund, r 824 Vance 

" Sallie (c), cook American Hse, r same 

" Thos R (c), wks A F Brooks, bds 304(904) W Mc- 
Culloch 



H 
C 

- r 



30 



fi) 



lis 



S-B" 



o 2 -o 
e 3 <B 

a. o g. 

a » » 

n o ■ 

£=• O 

1^ * 

Si a SB 
s» =; 






§52. 






GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 

FINEST WORK IN THE CITY. 



III-II3 West Market Street. 

• 



PHONE 72. 



MURRAY BROS. 

113 SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. 



INSURANCE. 



Fire, Life, Accidient, Surety, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler., 



CO 

-? I- 

^ tt: 

^ ^ i 

S H « 

= 5 




ORGANIZED NOVEMBER, J898. 

... OFFICERS ..» 

President, DAVID B. GOULD, St. Louis. 

First Vice-President, R. L. POLK, Detroit. 

Second Vice-President, W. E. MURDOCK, Boston. 
Secretary, W. H. BATES, New York. 

Treasurer, REUBEN H. DONNELLEY, Chicago. 

. . . TRUSTEES . . . 

DAVID B. GOULD, St. Louis. R. L. POLK, Detroit. 

W. E. MURDOCK, Boston. W. H. BATES, New York. 

REUBEN H. DONNELLEY, Chicago. A.G. WRIGHT, Milwaukee. 
W. H. LEE, New Haven. J. L. HILL, Richmond, Va. 

B. D. ANNEVVALT, Cleveland. 

The Objects of the Association are as Follows : 

FIRST: To improve the directory business by the interchange 
of ideas, and by the exchange of competent employees. 

SECOND : To protect the public against fraudulent advertis- 
ing schemes, operated under the name of directories, and to drive 
such publishers out of the business. 

THIRD : To provide permanent and continuous employment 
for honest and faithful directory canvassers. 

FOURTH : For the mutual advancement of the established and 
prospective interests of all who may become members of the 
association. 



JNO. A. YOUNG, Nurserymen 



TWO MILES EAST CITY. 



PHONE 43. 



W. F. GLEGG & BRO. FruirMoce 



364-8 South Elm Street. 



and Commission Mercliants. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



299 



VOLUME V. 



I^iVIvOIVE>^!K^' S 



•''T^ *-'JSi •'T-J t^y v-T^ •'T^ ^ i^Ts. *'T^ "i!^ •'T^ fc-TNt •.'TS. ^ 




GREENSBORO, N. C. 

Classified Business Directory 



ACADEMIES 

(See Appendix) 



AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- 
MENTS 

-Glascock G T & Son, 212-14 

Lewis 
2^E!\^^LL M G & CO, 337 S 

Elm (see back cover) 
SERGEANT MFG CO, E 

Washington 
Woodard & McCuiston, 521 

S Elm 



ARCHITECTS 

Hopkins J H, 3021 g Elm 
Moody Austin 106^ S Elm 



ATTORNEYS 

ADAMS & DOUGLAS, 115 

S Elm 

Speucer B. Adams. Robt. D. Douglas 

ADAMS & DOUGLAS, 
Attorneys at Law, 

Savmgs Bank Building, 
GREENSBORO, - N. C. 



ART GLASS 
HOLDT & BULLINGTON 

836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171 Richmond 



Practice In the State and Federal 
Courts and before the Departments at 
Washington. Prompt attention given 
to all business. 



Barringer J A, 113 Court Sq 
Boyd & Brooks, 103 Ct Sq 
BRADSHAW & NEWLIN, 

100^ S Elm 
BYNUM, BYNUM & TAY- 

lor, 106 Court Square 
K(^ogli T B, 2331 S Elm 



^'Sk 



(0 

o 



(D 



c 

01 ■ 



30 

fi] 



CT 1 1/3 «* O 
<» » g- t« 3 O 

o 2 t 1 C. E^ 

5^3 5 2; 

S'lS ft f 



p =" 5 a 3 
g=§ -go 



GREENSBORO STEAM LAUNDRY 



FINEST WORK IN THE CITY. 



ill -113 West Market Street. 



PHONE 72. 



MURRAY BROS. 

113 SOUTH ELM STREET. PHONE 163. 



INSURANCE. 



Fire, Life, Accident, Surety, Plate 
Glass and Steam Boiler.. 



300 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



00 



KING & KIMBALL, 100 

Court Square 
Morehead J T, 104^ N Elm 
SCALES A M, 117 Ct Sq 
SOHENCK DAVID JR, 112 

N Elm (see front cover) 
SCOTT L M, 111 Court Sq 
SCOTT WM L, 111 Ct Sq 
SETTLE THOMAS, S L & 

T Co bldff 
Staple Jno A, 112 N Elm 
STEADMAN CHAS M, 100 

Court Square 
Wilsom J N, 104 Cour-t Sq 



AUCTIONEERS 
Golden E D & Bro, 103 E 
Market 



BAKERIES 

Bullock S B (c), 735 Baptist 
Clegg L L, 358 S Elm 
Voltz B, 505 S Elm 



BANKS AND BANKERS 

Bank of Guilford, J S Cox 

receiver, 212 S Elm 
CITY NATIONAL BANK 
■ (The), 119 S Elm (see front 

cover) 
G'BORO NAT'L BANK, 235 

S Elm 
PEOPLES SAV'GS BANK, 

115 S Elm (see front cover) 



BARBERSHOPS 

BYRD J A, 311 S Elm 
Gilmer Alex (c), 116 E Wasli- 

ing:ton 
Hughes E V, 228 S Elm 
Ingram G (c), 711 E Syca- 
more 
Rhodes J H, 360 S Elm 
Smiith S M (c), 203 E Syca- 
more 
Woods L W, 120 S Elm 



BELTING AND RUBBER 

Odell Hardware Go, 323-25 
S Elm, 324-26-28 S Davie- 



BICYCLES & SUPPLIES 

Daniel G, 303 S Elm 

McADOO T J, 115 E Mar- 
ket (see insert) 

NEWELL M G & CO, 337 S 
Elm (see back cover) 

Odell Hardware Co, 323-25 
S Elm, 324-26-28 S Davie 

WINGATE B L, 123 S Elm, 
(see center lines) 



BICYCLE REPAIRERS AND 
RENTERS 

COLEMAN J H, 313 S Elm 
WHITE W H, 117 E Mar- 
ket 



BILL POSTERS 

WEST J H, 210 S Elm (see 
opp back paster) 



BLACKSMITHS & WHEEL- 
WRIGHTS 

Corl D W & Son, 215 E 

Svcamore 
Huff & Overhey, 226 S Davie 
James H, 111 E Sycamore 
Lewis J, 109 Lewis 
SHAW C L, 229 S Davie 
Smith I (c), 209 N Greene 
ST SING G W, 220 S Davie 
Wilkerson A, 525 S Elm 
Yost C W, 122 Lewis 



BOARDING HOUSES 

Am'eiicau Hse (The) (c), 332 

S Davie 
Bodenhamer M E Mrs, 202 E; 

Market 



YOUNG, Nurserymen 




■ ivviiup 

TWO MILES EAST CITY. 



PHONE 43. 



McGLAMROCH BROS. 



Mantels, Crates, 

• B ■ I lies ■ ■ ■ 



*^The Cahili Special Crate" Is the Best Made. See it. 



w o 

3K ^ 



•O ^ 

o o 
o o 



B02 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 






^> 



BOTTLING WORKS 

HUFFINES D R, 119 20 

Buchanan 
Tallman Wm Bottling Wks 
(The), 110 Fayetteville 



BRICK MFRS 

Dean J (cj, 115 S Maple 
G'boro Brick & Tiling Co, 
301 Walker ave 



BROKERS 

(Stock and Bond) 
Paine, Murphy & Co, 234^ S 
Elm 



CO 

(D 

OS 

c 



I- 

< 
O 
O 
CQ 

UJ 

z 
o 
o 

GQ 



BUILDERS' MATERIALS 

Bain E E, 516-22 S Ashe 

BOYCOTT O D, IIG \Y Mar- 
ket 

Cape Fear Mfg Co, 209-11 
Lewis 

G'boro Sash & Blind Co, 202 
Lewis 

Guilford Lumber Mfg Co, 
524-32 S Ashe 

Stratford W O, 225 S Davie 



BUILDERS SUPPLIES 
HOLDT & BULLINGTON 

836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171 Richmond 



BUILDING COS 

Home Bldg Co, 209 S Elm 



BLDG AND LOAN ASSN 

(See Appendix) 



BUILDING PAPER 
HOLDT & BULLINGTON 
836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171 Richmond 



BUTCHERS 

(See Meat Markets) 



CABINET MAKERS 

Bowles I) A, 207 E Sycamore 



CANDY MFRS 

Chouris S, 204 S Forbis 



CARPETS AND MATTING 

BRO\yN MER CO, 234 S 
Elm (see side lines) 

Johnson & Dorsett, 206-8 S 
Elm 

THACKER & BROCK- 
mann, 232 S Elm 



CARRIAGES, BUGGIES & 
WAGONS 

Ledford G, 109 S Davie 
NEWELL M G & CO, 337 S 

Elm (see back cover) 
Townsend C C, 333 S Elm 
Truitt J W, 122 Lewis 



CARRIAGE REPAIRING & 

TRIMMING 
ST SING G W, 220 S Davie 



CHINA, GLASS & QUEENS 
WARE 

BROWN 3IER CO, 234 S 

Elm (see side lines) 
CALDCLEUGH & BRO, 219 

S Elm (see front paster) 
McDuffie J R, 227 S Elm 

CIGAR MFRS 

CLEGG WM F, m^ S Elm 

Kersev S B, 218 Lewis' 



CIGARS & TOBACCO 

(Retail) 
ASHEBORO ST PHARMA- 
cy, 420 Asheboro 



Hague-McCorkle 

DRY GOODS CO. 



IMP0R1ERS AND WHOLtSALERS OF 

Dry Goods and Notions 

320 and 322 S Elm Street. 



GENERAL 



Matthews & Hammer msurancagents 

302>^ SOUTH ELM STREET. 



Only the Best Com- 
panies Represented. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY, 



301 



Bolejack Bettie Mrs, 444 E 
Washington 

Central Lodging House, 330-^- 
S Elm 

Cooper S J Mrs, 205 W 
Washington 

Craig W S (c), 358.L g Elm 

Crutchfield H J Mrs, 214 
Buchanan 

Deaver M O Mrs, 608 S Elm 

Ellis L V Mrs, 201 N Davie 

Hawkins T A Mrs, 346 Ashe- 
boro 

Langston A W, 629 S Elm 

Mebane L W Mrs, 127 Sum- 
mit ave 

Monroe House, 124 Buchan- 
an 

Myrick House, 219-21 W 
Market 

Sharpe R C Mrs, 328 Gor- 
rell 

Townsend E E (Mrs C C), 
335 S Elm 

Williams S E Mrs, 209 E 
Market 

WOOD HOUSE, 1001 S Elm 



BOOK BINDERS 
STONE JOS J, 114 W Mar- 
ket (see insert) 



BOOKS AND STATIONERY 

G'BORO BOOK STORE, 

116 S Elm 
KESTLER G W & SON, 416 

Asheboro 
Smithdeal L A, 226 S Elm 
Wharton Bros, 210 S Elm 



Harry-Belk Bros Co, 225 S 
Elm 

HENDRIX J M & CO, 221 

S Elm 
Hinkle Bros, 214 S Elm 
Hodgin S G & Co, 518 S 

Elm 
Jo'hnson & Dorsett, 106-8 S 

Elm 
Rankin & Hodgin, 516 S Elm 
Royster Geo H, 118 S Elm 
Scott J E, 514 S Elm 
Shrier M B, 216 S Elm 
SIMPSON-SHIELDS SHOE 

CO, 312 S Elm 
Stadeim B & Son, 362 S Elm 
THACKER & BROCK- 

mann, 232 S Elm 



BOOTS AND SHOES 
CAROLINA SHOE CO, 302 

S Elm 
Fortune R G & Co, 328 S 
Elm 



BOOT & SHOEMAKERS 

Albertson L B, 213 S Elm 

Allred & Thompson, 500 S 
Elm 

Hunter J H (c), 901(B) E 
Market 

Jennings R T (c), 603 E Mar- 
ket 

Jones S R (c), 118 E Syca- 
more 

Moor A F, 313 S Elm 

Morehead J J (c), 205 E Mar- 
ket 

ORZALI JOHN, 102 N Elm 

RoibePtsion J B, 114 Lewis 

Saunders J H, 110 E Wasih^ 
ington 

Smith R F (c), 432 S Menden- 
hall 

Smith Wm (c), 119 E Market 

Wilburn J F (c), 118 E 
Washington 

Womble A (c), 200 W Mar- 
ket 



O Z C/> H 

r- m o o 
o > c: c 

^ 30 H C3 
^ H X X 

i!s> ^ 

eo 3C 1^ e/> 

- -< =3 

^^ :: — o 

^ p -. 

PJ — c to 

S"° »^ -» 

2. o — o 

IT C/5 CB S 

S;3 SLo 

c' O -^ O 

-n 5* CO 

— to _" 

^ — pj 

CD n. = 

^ °- 

CD 
CD 



o 
o 

•0 

> 
z 
■< 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 W. Market St. 



ALL KINDS OF. 



Feed and 
.. . Seed Products. 



C.E.HOLTON 

McAdoo House Building.. 



Prescription 
Work 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



1899-1900 CITY DIEECTORY, 



303 



Ingram J N, 530 S Elm 
King & Hammer, Benbow 

House 
McADOO HOIJSIE OiaAR 

Stand, McAdoo House 
(Wholesale) 
McLamib G T, 408 S Elm 



CIVIL ENGINEERS 

Peirce F A, 302i S Elm 
Pryor W H, 509 W Gaston 



CLOTHING 

Flshblate-Katz Co, 306-8 S 

Elm 
Fortune R G & Co, 328 S 

Elm 
Harry-Belk Bros Co, 225 S 

Elm 
MATTHEAV8 WILL H & 

Co, 304 S Elm (see top 

lines) 
RANKIN, C H I S HO L M, 

iStroud & Rees, 300' S 

Elm (see bottom lines) 
Saunders Ellis, 224 S Davie 
Saunders F R (c), 213 S Elm 
Stadeim B & Son, 362 S Elm 
VANSTORY C M & CO, 

230-8 S Elm (see side lines) 



COAL AND WOOD 

Bain E E, 516-22 S Ashe 

Causey D F, 520 E Wash- 
ington 

Cunningham Bros, 345 S 
Davie 

G'BORO ICE & COAL CO, 
So & A «& Y Rys (see cen- 
ter lines) 

MATTHEWS F A, opp A & 
Y Ry 

Pitts & Monroe, So Ry & A 
& YRy 



COAL TAR 

HOLDT & BULLINGTON 

836 Equitable )ldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171 Richmond 



COMMISSION MERCHTS 

CLEGG W F & BRO, 364 S 

Elm 
Cone Export & Com Co, 233 

S Elm 



CONFECTIONERS 

Clegg L L, 358 S Elm 
Edgerton M Thos, 110 S Elm 
Ingram J N, 530 S Elm; 
LeAvis W E, 331 S Elm 
WEST J H, 210 S Elm (see 
opp back paster) 



CONTRS AND BLDRS 
BAIN W C, 302-^ S Elm 

(see center lines) 
Doggett L (c), 601(B) E Gas- 
ton 
Sain J A, 217 E Sycamore 
AYinningham J L, 433 W 

Sycamore 
Wolfe J M, 240 E Market 
Woodroffe T, 301 Walker av 



CORRUGATED IRON & 
STEEL 

HOLDT & BULLINGTON 
836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171 Richmond 



205 



COTTON MILLS 

Eagle Co, 118 Lewis 
Hucomuga Mills, rear 

W Whittington 
HUNTER MEG & COM CO, 

209-11 Buchanan 
PROXIMITY MEG CO, 

Proximity 






o SS. 

P £2 •*< 

p S s 



For the Best 
and Most 
Reliable 
Accident 
Insurance 
See 



J. H. Merritt 



He Represents tne 

/ETNA AND TRAVELERS 

Policies and Tickets Issued at 
the Greensboro Office, 

No. 4 Katz Building. 



Will H, Matthews & Co. 

304 South Elm Street. 



The Leading 

HABERDASHERS 

One Price. For Cash Only. 



304 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



es 



<2 </> 

e5 I- 



CS CO 



Revolution Cotton Mills, ^ 
mile n w of city 

Southern Finishing & Ware- 
house Co, Proximity 






CUTLERY 

(See Hardware) 



03 



OO' 



_ DAIRIES 

,.- Buffalo Dairy, 1^ mile s of 

CD city 

^ Hines P R, 3027 East 

</) Isley Louis N, Jooiesboro 



DENTISTS 
GRIFFITH J W, 225i S 

Elm (see adv) 
Rowe W W, 101| E Market 
Wheeler John H, 109 S Elm 
Whitsett G W, lOU S Elm 
WYCHE J E, 1134^ S Elm 



Brown M W Mrs, 508 W 

Washington 
Dilworth D Miss, 037 S Elm 
Easley E Miss, 618 E Mai-- 

ket"^ 
Elliott M Miss, 515 E Bragg 
Hughes B Mrs, 107^ W Mar- 
ket 
James A B Mrs, 317 E Mar- 
ket 
Mavo M Mrs, 230 E Market 
Orrell L Mrs, 201 N Davie 
Pugh E Mrs, 739 Pearson- 
Terry L Miss, 1010 Spring 

Garden 
Thomas M F Miss, 509 N 

Greene 
West M L Mrs, 912 Walker 

ave! 
York J Miss, 922 Oarr 



DEPARTMENT STORES 

BROWN MER CO, 234 S 

Elm (see side lines) 
MORRIS & CO, 318 S Elm 



DIAMONDS 

(See also Jewelry) 
SCHIFFMAN JEWELRY 
Co, 326 S Elm (see opp 
back paster) 



3 

^-» 

C 

3 

[L 

T3 
C 

(f) 
T5 







>> DRESSMAKERS 

i- Bell S P Miss, 117 S Davie 
Q Bodenhamer M Miss, 202 E 
Market 



DRAY LINES 

Corl D W & Son, 215 E 

Sycamore 
Cunningham Bros, 345 S 

Davie 
MATTHEWS F A, opp A & 

Y Ry 



DRUGGISTS 

ASHEBORO ST PHARMA- 

cv, 420 Asheboro 
FARISS PHARMACY, 121 

S Elm (see bottom lines) 
GARDNER HOWARD, 100 

S Elm 
Grissom & Fordham, 504 S 

Elm 
HOLTON C E, 303 S Elm 
Richardson Drug Co, 329-31 

S Elm 
Ward G W. 108 S Elm 



DRY GOODS & NOTIONS 

(Retail) 
Bendheim D & Sons, 230 S 

Elm 
BROWN MER CO, 234 S 

Elm (see sid^ lines) 
Fortune R G & Co, 328 S 

Elm 
HARRY-BELK BROS CO, 

225 S Elm 



RANKIN, CHISHOLM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 

300 SOUTH ELWI STREET.^ '"" 



«Mi 



Cape Fear M'nfg Co. 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Kough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



305 



Hayden Dollie T, 105 W 

Market 
HENDRIX J M & CO, 221 

S Elm 
Hiatt & La:m.b, 512 S Elm 
Hinkle Bros, 214 S Elm 
Hodgin S G ^ Co, 518 S Elm 
Isaacson 1, 340 S Elm 
Johnson & Dorsett, 206-8 S 

Elm 
Lea Bros, 536 S Elm 
McLean T G & Son, 422 

Aslieboro 
-Moore W S, 123 E Market 
Phipps J Henry, 500 Ashe- 

boro 
Pi'orimity M'fg Go's Store, 

Proximity 
Rankin & Hodgin, 516 S Elm 
Royster G H, 118 S Elm 
Scott J E, 514 S Elm 
Stadeim B & Son, 362 S Elm 
THACKER & BROCK- 

mann, 232 S Elm 
((Wholesale) 
HAGUE-McCORKLE DRY 

Goods Co, 320-2 S Elm 

(see bottom lines) 
SCOTT J W & CO, 240-2 S 

Elm (see adv) 



DYERS 

Grayson T Mrs, 104 S Davie 



ENGRAVERS 

(By all Methods) 
BENEDICT GEO H & CO, 

175-77 S Clark St Chicago^ 
CALVERT LITHO & EN- 

graving Co, cor Lairned & 

Shelby Sts, Detroit 



EXCURSION MANAGERS 

WEST J AS H, 210 S Elm, 
(See opp back paster) 

EXPRESS COMPANIES 

So Ex Co, 334 S Elm 



EYE GLASSES & SPECTA- 
CLES 

(See Opticians) 






l^ 



o 

00 

a> 
O 

c 

H 
Z 



m 
m 



FEED & SALE STABLES 

[See Livery, Feed & Sale 
Stables) 



FERTILIZER DEALERS 

Mitchell S S & Co, 239(B) N 
Greene 



THE IMPRINT 

BENEDICT.ENG.CHI. 

ATTESTS 

EXCELLENCE. 







Pomona Terra Cotta Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 



SEWER PIPE, 
WEIL TUBING, 
DRAIN TILE. Etc. 



Fresh, Tender Meats. 
Fish, Oysters, Game. 



JOHN J. PHOENIX 



stalls 3, 5, 7, Ci y Market. 



itl CD 



■C3 CO cs 

o 

C3 CO Jfl 

CO C_3 *^ 



306 



MALONEY'S GREENSBOKO 



Stratford W O, 225 S Davie 
W'Oiodard & McCuistoin, 521 
S Elm 



FISH, OYSTERS & GAME 

Forbis J W, stall No 1 citj 

market 
HOWELL D (c), stall 8 city 

market 



FLORISTS 

Blake G, Julian bey limits 
Dodson S O, 327 E Market 
Duffy Jos, 217 S Elm- 
GREENBBORO SEED & 
Plant Co, 510 & Elm 



FLOUR, MEAL AND FEED 
MFRS 

GUILFORD ROLLER 

Mill Co, intersection So 
Ry & A & Y Ry 
Swortzel J H, 534 S Elm 



FOUNDRIES & MACHINE 
SHOPS 

ACIME MILL WORKS, 115 

'Lewis I 
Eagle Foundry Co, 118 

Lewis 
Glascock G T & Son, 212-14 

Lewis 
SERGEANT MFG CO, E 

Washington 
Townsend C C, 333 S Elm 



CO 
LXJ 



FRUITS & CONFECTIONS 

WEST J H, 210 S Elm (see 
opp back paster) 



C/D OO 



CO 



FRUITS & PRODUCE 

Jennings C W Fruit Co, 112 
Fayetteville 



FURNISHED ROOMS 

(See Boarding Houses) 

FURNITURE 

Bloxton & Jennings, 50'6 S 

Elm 
BROAVN MER CO, 234 S 

Elm (see side lines) 
FORBIS C O, 118-120 F 

Market 
McDuffle J R, 227 S Elm 
McDuffie N J, 336 S Elm 
Ridge Wm J, 330 S Elm 
Shevel M, 532 S Elm 



FURNITURE MFRS. 

G'boro Furn Mfg Co, 521 
Morehead ave 



FURNITURE REPAIRERS 

Whittington W F, 211 S Elm 



GALVANIZED IRON 
HOLDT & BULLIKGTON 
836 Equitable bldg. At- 
fanta. Box 171 Richmond 



GALVANIZED IRON WKR 
Johnson R H, 117 E Wash- 
ington 



GARDEN SEEDS 
ASHEBORO ST PHARMA- 

cy, 420 Asheboro 
GREENSBORO SEED &. 

Plant Co, 510 S Elm 
Hiatt & Lamb, 512 S Elm 
Pugh C E, 121 E Market 



GAS FITTERS 

(See Plumbers) 



GAS LIGHT COMPANIES 

G'boro Gas & Electric Lt Co,. 
112 N Forbis 



W. C. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



Sanitary Plumbing 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATING. 



HOTEL GLEGG 

W. F, CIEGG, Propr. 



IN CONNECTION. 



Opposite Southern Depot. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY, 



307 



GENERAL MERCHAN- 
DISE 

(See also Grocers) 
Barker Jolin, 108 W Market 
Clary & Stock, 110 W Mar- 
ket 
Jones J W, 339 S Elm^ 
Mitchell S S & Co, 239(B) N 
'Greene 



GENTS FURNISHINGS 

(See Men's Furnishers) 

GLASS 
HOLDT & BULLINGTON 
836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171 Richmond 



GLUE 
HOLDT & BULLINGTON 

836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171 Richmond 



GRAPHITE PAINT 
HOLDT & BULLINGTON 

836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171 Richmond 



GROCERS 

(Wholesale) 
Keeling J L, 342 S Elm 
McLamb G T, 408 S Elm 
MERCHANTS GROCERY 

Co, 314-16 S Elm 
SCOTT J W & CO, 240-2 S 

Elm (see adv) 
(Retail) 
Aiken J F, 100 N Davie 
Andrew & Sockwell, 123-125 

S Davie 
Barnes J , 700 Asheboro 
Bell R, S Ashe bey limits 
Bennett W P, 601 E Gaston 
Black R (c), 205 Dean alley 



Blaylock S G, 227 Lewis 
Brower Wm A, 637 Ashe- 
boro 
Carroll W T, 600 S Ashe 
Causey D F 520 E Washing- 
ton 
Causey & Suits, 965 E 

Washington 
Clapp C A, 200 S Davie 
Coggins G C, 817 Bxlbro al 
Crismon J R & Bro, 112 W 

Market 
Dailey W H, 606 S Elm 
Denny Geo W, 111 E Muvkei" 
Dick & Duffy, 902 Spring 

Garden 
Fergeson J E, 117 S Davio 
Fogleman C J, 901 E Marl-.et 
Fordham A E & Co, 102 N 

Elm 
(jalloway G (c), Jonesboro 
Garrett Wm (c), 1001 S Ashe 
Gilmer D J (c), 824 S Ashe 
Grav J E, 911 Walker ave 
HATCH J M, 105 E Market 
Hiatt & Lamb, 512 S Elm 
Hoi lady A W, Spring Gai*- 

den, bey limits 
Holley W'm E (c), Jonesboro 
Hoskins A (c), S Ashe bey 

limits 
Howard H M, S Ashe bey 

limits 
Hudson S E, 513 S Elm 
HUNTER HENRY, 122-4 S 

Davie (see opp front paisi- 

ter) 
Ingram J N, 530 S Elm 
Jeffreys M S, 511 S Elm 
Jeffrevs N A, 342 S Menden- 

hali 
Jones J (c), 601 E Market 
Jones & Snipes (c), 921 E 

Market 



0) 



< 

re 

2 
C 

o? 

w _, 



S ' 



Q > 







30 

fi) 

a) 



a c '■^ 

5-fg. 
trj C/i 

« a: 



c 3 S 

a- S 5. 

T CD 

"30 



022 



CA 

(9 

» o 2 



Greensboro Steam Laundry 

ill-113 West Mirliet Stmt. Phone 72. 



SHIRTS, 
COLLARS 
and CUFFS 

OUR SPECIAL1Y. 



For all kinds of INSURANCE see 

MURRAY RROS. 



.. 113 .. 

SOUTH ELM ST. 
Phone 163. 



0) 

ti o 



308 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



O 



CD 



3 
LL. 



Keelino- S P, 201 S Elm 
IveiT S A, 215 S Elm 
Lea Bros, 53(3 S Elm 
Lindau L B, 125 S Elm 
Little J (c), 1045 S As'he 
Low J H, 230 Lewis 
Lowe T G, 1037 College a^e 
MeCracken R A, 422 S 

Spring 
McDonald S (c), 4061 East 
McLean T G & Son, 422 

Asheboro 
Morrison & Bro, 218-20 

Lewis 
Murray J A, 806 E Market 
Nelson A G & Son (c), 1000 

S Ashe 
NO CHARGE CO, 510 S 

Elm 
Olive J C, 121 S Davie 
Ozment W R, Proximity 
Patterson J W (c), 601 Lind- 
say 
P'hipps J Henry, 500 Ashe- 
boro 
PHOENIX & AIKEN, 212 

S Davie (see top lines) 
Pickard T M & Co, 101 E 

]\farket 
Proximity Mfg Go's Store, 

Proximity 
Pugh C E, 121 E Market 
Pugh J W, 219 Summit ave 
SCOTT J W & CO, 240-42 

S Elm (see adv) 
Sellars C (c), 1034 S Ashe 
Taylor & Finch (c), Jackson- 
ville 
Troxler Bros, 823-25 S Ashe 
Yanstory & Alston (c), 304 

N Gilmer 
Yuncanon & Co, 528 S Elm 
Ware T D (c), 1045 E Wash- 
ington 
Watson J F & Co, 902 S Elm 



JNO. A. YOUNG 

PROPRIETOR 

Greensboro Nurseries. 



Wharton, J W (c), 320;! N 
Percy 

Wilson A G, 417 E Washing- 
ton 

Wray A C, r Proximity 



GUN & LOCKSMITHS 

COLEMAN J H, 313 S Elm 
Oliver Thos, 313 S Elm 
Temple J T, 115 E Market 
WHITE W H, 117 E Mar- 
ket 



HABERDASHER 

(See Men's Furnishings) 



HANDLE MFRS 
Merrimon B H, 722-24 Guil- 
ford ave 



HARDWARE 

CRUTCHFIELD HARD- 

ware Co. 508 S Elm 
G'boro Hd^V Co, 223 S Elm 
Odell Hardware Co, 323-5 S 

Elm 324-6-8 S Davie 
WAKEFIELD HDW CO, 

229 S Elm 
Woodard & McCuiston^ 521 

S Elm 



HARNESS & SADDLERY 

Gaul den G S & Co, 217 S 

Elm 
NEWELL M G & CO, 337 S 

Elm (see back cover) 
Towusend C C, 333 S Elm 



HATS & CAPS 

Hodgins S G & Co, 518 S 

Elm 
MATTHEWS WILL H & 

Co, 304 S Elm (see top 

lines) 



Fruit, Shade and ... . 
Ornamental Trees 

VINES AND PLANTS. 



MATTHEWS Jt HAMMER 



302y2 



South Elm Street. 



Will Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident. 

See them before placing 
your insurance. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



309 



I?ANKIN, CHISHOLM, 

Stroud & Rees, 300 S Elm 

(see bottom lines) 
Scott J E, 514 S Elm 
VANSTORY C M & CO, 

23G-8 S Elm (see side lines) 



HAY, GRAIN & FEED 
BOYCOTT O D, 116 W Mar- 
ket 
Fojrleman C J, 901 E Market 
Hiatt & Lamb, 512 S Elm 
McLamb G T, 40'8 S Elm 
Mitchell S S & Co, 239 (B) N 

Greene 
Stratford W O, 225 S Davie 
Swortzel J H, 531 S Elm 



HORSESHOERS 

(See also Blacksmiths) 
SHAW C L, 229 S Davie 
ST SING G W, 220 S Davie 



HOSIERY MFRS 

George Mfg Co, Proximity 



HOSPITALS 

(See Appendix) 



HOTELS 

(See also Boarding Houses) 
ALLEN HOUSE, 377 S 

Davie & 213 Fayetteville 

(see adv) 
Benbow House, 122 S Elm 
HOTEL CLEGG, 368 S Elm 

(see top lines) 
McADOO HOUSE, 307 S 

Elm 
PLANTERS, 210 N Elm 



HOUSE FURNISHING GDS 

BROWN MER CO 234 S 
Elm (see side lines) 



ICE MFRS 

G'BORO ICE & COAL CO, 
So «& A & Y Rys (see cen- 
ter lines) 



INSURANCE AGENTS 

BOYD, WADDELL & CO, 

6-7 Katz bldg 
OARR O W & CO, 233^ S 

Elm (see center lines) 
JONES J STERLING, 1 

Katz bldg 
MERRITT J H, 4 Katz bldg, 

(see bottom lines) 
MURRAY BROS, 113 S Elm 

(see bottom lines) 
MURRAY R W, 113 S Elm 



INSURANCE COS 

(Accident) 

AETNA ACCIDENT INS 
Co, J H Merritt agt, 4 
Katz bldg (see bottom 
lines) 

AETNA OF HARTFORD, 
Matthews & Hammer agts 
302i S Elm 

FIDELITY & CASUALTY 
of N Y, 302^ S Elm, Mat- 
thews & Hammer agts 

MARYLAND CASUALTY, 
Boyd, Waddell & Co, 6-7 
Katz bldg 

PREFERRED ACCIDENT 
Ins Co of N Y, R W Mur- 
ray agt, 113 S Elm 

TRAVELERS ACCIDENT 
Ins Co. J H Merritt agt, 

4 Katz bldg (see bottom 
lines) 

TRAVELERS OF HART- 
ford, Matthews & Ham- 
mer agts 302i S Elm, 233| 

5 Elm, O W Carr & Co 
agts 



o x 
r- m 

a > 

Z CO 

« o 



o o 

H O 

m 

30 o 






W - 



> - 

- 3 
s ta 



C/3 



c o 
— ?5r 



— CO 

o -:• 



r^ o 

as — . 
v> 



— • w 



CO 

CD 
CD 



CO 



o 
o 

> 

■< 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



HHcGlampach Bpds. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Mantel, Grates, 
... Tiles ... 

TRY OUR 

" CAHILL SPECIAL 6RATE." 



■1 



Farnlsli Tiles aud I>«y Tile Floors. Get llieir Kwtlniate. 



05 






{= 




^ 








S 


^ 


1 


crJ 


o 




O 


1^ 


C3 


MNM 


X3 


O- 


CJ 


S 


eo 




Ol. 


^s. 


•o 






s: 


C35 


ar 


ct 


E 


r- 




^J^ 


t— 


m 


(U 


oc: 


.E 


> 
et! 




</) 


L_ 


•«: 


CO 

03 


H- 


C=3 










+-' 


CD 




c2 


3ir 


E 




o 




uu 


:- 




BC 


Q. 







€^ 



310 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



(fidelity) 
FIDELITY & DEPOSIT OF 
Md, 233^ S Elm, O W Carr 
& Oo, agts 
FIDELITY & OASUALTY 
€o of N Y, 3021 s, Elm 
Matthews & Hammer agts 
(Fire) 
AETNA, 2331 s Elm, O W 

Carr & Oo agts 
AGRICULTURAL OF 
Watertown. N Y, Murray 
Bros agts, 113 S Elm 
AMERICAN FIRE OF N Y, 
Bovd, Waddeli & Co, agts 
6-7'Katz bldg 
AMERICAN FIRE OF 
Phila, Boyd, W'addell & 
Co agts, 6-7 Katz bldg 
BRITIiSH AMERICA As- 
surance Co of Toronto, 
Boyd, Waddeli & Cto agts 
6-7 Katz bldg 
CALEDONIAN OF EDIN- 
buT-gih, Boyd, Waddeli & 
Oo agts, ' 6-7 Katz bldg, 
& O W Carr &l Co, agts, 
233^ S Elm 
OONTINENTAL OF N Y\ 
Murray Bros agts, 113 S 
Elm * 

OOMMERCIIAL UNION, 
O W Carr & Oo, 233^ S 
Elm, & 3021 s Elm, Mat- 
tbews & Hammer, agts 
DELAWARE, 302^ S Elm, 
Matthews & Hammer, agts 
FIRE ASS'N OF PHILA, 
O W Carr & Co agts, 233^ 
S Elm 
FIREMANS FUND, 302^ S 
Elm, Matthews & Ham- 
mer agts 
GEORGIA HOME, O W 



Carr & Co agts, 233^ S 
Elm 
GERMAN-AMERICAN OF 
N Y, R W Murray agt, 113 
S Elm 
GLENS P\A.LLS INS CO OF 
Glens Falls N Y^ R W 
Murray agt, 113 S Elm 
GLOBE & RUTGERS OF 
N Y, Murray Bros agts, 
113 S Elm 
GREENWICH, O W Carr & 

Co, agts 2331 S Elm 
HAMBURG-B R E M E N, 
Bo.yd, Wiaddell & Co,agts, 
6-7 Katz bldg 
HANOVER FIRE OF N Y, 
Bovd, Waddeli & Co, agts 
6-7 Katz bldg 
HARTFORD, Boyd, Wad- 
deli & Co, 6-7 Katz bldg 
& 2331 S Elm, O W Carr 
& Co, agts 
HOME, 2331 S Elm, O W 

Carr & Co, agts 
IMPERIAL, 2331 S Elm, O 

W Carr & Co agts 
INS CO OF N A, 2331 S 
Elm, O W Carr & Co agts 
LANCASHIRE, Boyd, Wad- 
deli & Co, agts, 6-7 Katz 
bld*^ 
LIVERPOOL & L & GLOBE 
2331 S Elm, O W Carr & 
Co agts 
LONDON & LANCASHIRE 
Boyd, Waddeli & Co agts, 
6-7 Katz bldg 
LYNN OF LONDON, Boyd, 
Waddeli & Co, agts, 6-7 
Katz bldg 
MANCHESTER FIRE INS 
Co, Boyd, Waddeli & Co 
agts, 6-7 Katz bldg 



=-j -^ 1 I IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

agUO-mGuOrKlB Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 



320 and 322 S. Elm Street. 



.?^ 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdoc House Building; 



TOILET ARflCLES, 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Soda an l Mineral Waters. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTOEY. 



311 



IN^ATIOXAL OF H A R T- 

ford, Boyd, Waddeil & Co 

agts, 6-7 Katz bldg 
N C HOME, 233i S Elm, 

O W CaiT & Co agts 
Is^ Y UNDERWRITERS, 

Bojd, Waddeil & Co agts 

6-7 Katz bldg 
NIAGARA OF N Y, Boyd, 

Waddeil & Co agts, 6-7 

Katz bldg 
NORTH BRITISH & MER- 

cantile of N Y, Boyd, 

Waddeil & Co, agts 6-7 

Katz bldg 

NORTHERN, 233^ S Elm, 

O W Can- & Co agts 
NORWICH UNION, Bovd 

lA^^addell & Co agts, 6-7 
Katz bldg 

ORIENT, 2331 S Elm, O W 

Carr & Co agts 
PACIFIC, 233| S Elm, O W 

Carr & Co agts 
PALATINE INS CO OF 

Manchester Eng, R W 

MiirTay agt, 113 S Elm 
PENNSYLVANIA, 302^ S 

Elm, Matthews & Hammer 

agts 
PHENIX, 233| S Elm, O W 

Carr & Co agts 
PHILA UNDERWRITERS, 

233J- S Elm, O W Carr & 

Co agts 
PHOENIX OF H A R T- 

ford, Boyd, Waddeil & Co 

agts, 6-7 Katz bldg 
PHOENIX OF LONDON, 

Boyd, Waddeil & Co agts, 

6-7 Katz bldg 
PIEDMONT, 2331 S Elm. 

O W Carr & Co agts 



QUEEN INSURANCE CO 
of America. Boyd Wad- 
deil & Co agts, 6-7 Katz 
bldg 

ROCHESTER - GERMAN, 
Boyd, Waddeil & Co, agts 
6-7 Katz bldg 

ROYAL EXCHANGE, 233^ 

5 Elm, O W Carr & Co 
agts 

SCOTTISH UNION AND 
National, Boyd, Waddeil 

6 Co, agts, 6-7 Katz bldg 
SOUTHERN, 2331 S Elm, 

O W Carr & Co agts 
SOUTHERN STOCK Mu- 
tual Ins Co, S L & T Co 

bldg (see adv) 
SPRINGFIELD FIRE & 

Marine, Boyd, Waddeil & 

Co agts, 6-7 Katz bldg 
ST PAUL, 2331 S Elm, O W 

Carr & Co agts 
SUN OF LONDON, Boyd, 

Waddeil & Co, 6-7 Katz 

bldg & O W Carr i& Co 

agts 2331 S Elm 
TEUTONIA INS CO OF 

N O, R W Murray ag-t, 113 

S Elm 
UND E R ^>' R I T E R S OP 

Greensboro, S L & T Co 

bldg (see ady) 
UNITED STATES FIRE 

of N Y, Boyd, Waddeil & 

Co agts, 6-7 Katz bldg 
VIRGINIA FIRE & MA- 

rine, 2331 S Elm, O W 

Carr & Co, agts 
VIRGINIA STA.TE, 2331 S 

Elm, O W Carr & Co agts 
WESTCHESTER, 2331 S 

Elm. O W Carr & Co agts 
WESTERN, 2331 S Elm, 

O W Carr & Co agts 



0) 






9 

e 
at 



(D 



15 




(0 

■ 



The Contracts 
of the 



PENN Mutual Life 



Are the 
Most Liberal. 



See J H. HERRITT, 



4 Katz Building:. 



Will H. Matthews & Co. 

304 South Elm Street. 



The One Price 
CLOTHIERS 

FOR CASH ONLY. 





• 




CA 




'O 




o 




o 




;r^ 


z 




o 

z 


o o 






o c« 


z 


^^ 


>• 


^'^ 


K 


O) Ch 


Ui 

> 


T3 03 




o « 




•t>^ 




>3 22 




s^ o 




QM 



312 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



WILLIAMSBURG CITY OF 

Brooklyn, Murray Bros 

ag'ts, lis S Elm 
(Liability) 
AETNA OF HARTFORD, 

3021 s Elm, Matthews & 

Hammer, agts 
TRAVELERS OF HART- 

ford, 233^ S Elm, O W 

iOarr & Co, agts 
(Life) 
EQUITABLE, 302^ S Elm, 

Matthews & Hammer agtti 
FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE 

Assn, Murray Bros agts, 

113 S Elm 
LIFE INS CO OF VA, J T 

Bass supt, 1191 s Elm 
MUTUAL LIFE OF N Y, 

2331 S Elm, O W Carr & 

Co agts 
NORTHWESTERN, 302^ S 

Elm, Matthews & Ham- 
mer, agts 
PENN MUTUAL LIFE INS 

Co, J H Merritt agt, 4 

Katz bldg (see bottom 

lines) 
PHOENIX MUTUAL LIFE 

Ins Co of Hartford Conn, 

R W Murray agt, 113 S 

Elm- 
PROVIDENT SAVINGS 

Life Assurance Society of 

N Y, J Sterling Jones mgr 

1 Katz bldg 
TRAA^ELERS OF HART 

ford, 2331 S Elm, O W 

Carr & Co agts 
(Plate Glass) 
FIDELITY & CASUALTY 

Co of N Y, 302^ S Elm, 

Matthews & Hammer agts 

LLOYDS OF N Y, 233i S 

Elm, O W Carr & Co agts 



NEW YORK PLATE 

Glass Co, of N Y, Mur- 
ray Bros agts, 113 S Elm 
(Steam Boilers) 

FIDELITY & CASUALTY 
Co of N Y, 3021 s Elm, 
Matthews & Hammer, agts 

HARTFORD, 233i S Elm^ 
O W Carr & Co" agts 
(Surety) 

UNION CASUALTY & 
Surety Co of St Louis, 
Murray Bros agts, 113 S 
Elm 

UNITED STATES FIDEL- 
ity & Casualty Co, Boyd, 
Waddell & Co, agts, 6-7 
Katz bldg 

(Tornado) 
COMMERCIAL UNION. 

2331 S Elm, O W Carr & 

Co, agts 
HARTFORD, 233^ S Elm, 

O W Carr & Co, agts 
HOME OF N Y, 233| S Elm, 

O W Carr & Co, agts 
ROYAL, 2331 S Elm, O W 

Carr & Co, agts 
ST PAUL, 2331 S Elm, O W 

Carr & Co, agts 



JEWELERS &WATCHMKRS 

FARRAR'S SON W B, 102 

S Main (See front cover) 
RICE (TOM) JEWELRY 

Co, 103 W Market (See 

center lines) 
SCHIFFMAN JEWELRY 

Co, 326 S Elm (See opp 

back paster) 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

Eckel A P, 108 N Elm 
Pritchett J A, 110 N Elm 



Rankin, Chisholm, Stroud & Rees - mens .. 

300 South Elm Street. OUTFITTERS. 



Cape Fear M'nf g Co. 

BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. 



Rough and Dressed 

Lumber, 

Shingles, Etc. 

Estimates Furnished. 

209-215 Lewis St. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY, 



3ia 



LATHS, SHINGLES, ETC 

(See Lumber, Laths, and 
Shingles) 



LAWYERS 

(See Attorneys) 



LIME & CEMENT 

Stratford W O, 225 S Davie 



LIVERY, FEED & SALE 
STABLES 

M'orehead E, 348 S Elm 
Og-burn & Cranford, 310 S 

Davie 
Tatum & Taylor, 113-15 De- 
pot 
Thomas R, 218 Market Sq 
VANSTORY C P, 115-110 S 

Davie 
Wheeler Bros, 110 E Syca- 
more 



LOANS 

(See also Brokers, Stocks 
and Bonds) 
McAdoo W D, 3091 g Elm 
SOUTH E R N LOAN & 

Trust Co, S L & T Co 

Bldg (See front cover & 

insert) 



LUMBER LATHS AND 
SHINGLES 

Bain E E, 516-22 S Ashe 
Brooks Mfg Co, 560(300) S 

Ashe 
BROOKS R W, lis Lewis 
Cape Fear Mfg Co, 209-11 

Lewis 
G'boro Sash & Blind Co, 202 

Lewns 
Guilford Lbr Mfg Co. 524-32 

S Ashe 
Pitts «& Monroe, intersection 

of So Ry & A & Y Ry 



LUNCH ROOMS 

Riobertson J B, 110 Lewis 
Wagner & Bro, 110 Lewis 



MACHINE SHOPS 

(See Founderies & Machine 
Shops) 



MANUFACTURERS AGTS 

HOLDT & BULLINGTON 
836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171 Richmond 



MANTELS, GRATES & TIL- 
INGS 

G'boro Sash & Blind Co, 202 

Lewis 
McCLAMROCH BROS, 217 

S Elm (see top lines) 
Odell Hardware Co, 323-5 S 

Elm & 324-6-8 S Davie 



MARBLE & GRANITE WKS 

Neese J H, 115 E Sycamore 



MATTRESS MFRS 

Galium J C, 620 E Washing- 
ton 



MEAT MARKETS 

Dick & Duffy, 902 Spring 

Garden 
Fleming W F (& Co, 418 

Asheboro 
Fogleman C J, 901 E Market 
Forbis J W, stall Ko 1 city 

market 
Jones W^ J (c), stall No 4 city 

market 
Morrison & Bro, 218-20 

Lewis 
Olive J C, stall No 6 city 

market 
Phoenix J J, stall 3-5 and 7 

city market 
Troxler Bros, 823-25 S Ashe 



z 

o ^ 



2 rs, ^ 

m —• 
H o 

3 



c 

D 
O 



J. Van Lindley Nursery Co. 

POMONA, N. C. Phone 60. 

General Nursery Stock, Cut Flowers, Floral Designs. 



Staple and Fancy Groceries. PHQENIX & AIKEN 



SPECIAL ATTENTION 

TO SELECT RETAIL TRADE. 



210 South Davie Street. 



314 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



YANCEY D B (c), stall No 2 
city mkt (see adr) 



MENS FURNISHERS 

Jolinsou & Dorsett, 206-8 S 

Elm 
Kaufmann S J, 126 S Elm 
MATTHE^A'S WILL H & 

Co, 304 S Elm (see top 

lines) 
RANKIN, C H I S H O L M. 

Stroud & Rees, 300 S Elm, 

(see bottom lines) 
TH ACKER & BROCK- 

maim, 232 S Elm 
VANSTORY C M & CO, 236- 

8 S Elm (see side lines) 



MERCHANT TAILORS 

GARTLAND H H (estate), 
106 S Elm (see top and 
bottom margins front and 
back cover) 
Hughes J M, 215 S Davie 
Jackson G W (c), 118 S Syca- 
more 
Venable A K, 330^ S Elm 
Wise Uavid, 302| S Elm 



MILLINERY 

Carter Rosa H, 107 W Mar- 
ket 

Cator Annie S & Co, 112 S 
Elm 

Hinkle Bros, 214 S Elm 

Hodgin S G & Co, 518 S 
Elm 

Scott J E, 514 S Elm 

Weatherly N C Mrs, 109 E 
Market 



MILL SUPPLIES 

Odell Hardware Co, 323-5 S 
Elm & 324-6-8 S Davie 



MINERAL & SODA WATER 

Andrews C L, 100^ S Elm 



MUSICAL MERCHANDISE 

Smithdeal L A, 226 S Elm 



MUSIC TEACHERS 
Albright M A Mrs, 602 W 

Gaston 
Doub Laura G Miss, 664 

Chestnut 
Eason Ola (c), 2005 New 
Elliott N W Mrs, 1010 

Spring Garden 
Lewis Annie M Miss, 400 

Lithia 
Pugh A Miss, 334 E McCui- 

loch 
Woods Maud M Miss, 233 

Mebane 



W. G. BEASLEY 

113 East Washington Street. 



NEWS DEPOTS 
McADOO HOUSE CIGAR 
Stand, M'cAdoo House 



NEWSPAPERS 

DAILY RECORD (THE), 

222-4 S Elm (see adv) 
EVENING TELEGRAM, 

313 S Elm (see adv) 
G'BORO PATRIOT, 220 S 

Elm (see adv) 
N C CHRISTIAN ADVO- 

cate, 120 W^ Market 
OUR CHURCH RECORD, 

3021 s Elm 



NOTIONS 

(See Dry Goods & Notions) 



NURSERIES 
GREENSBORO NURSEE- 

ies, 2 miles e city (see bot- 
tom lines) 



Sanitary Plumbing. 



SCIENTIFIC 
HEATINQ. 



M 



A. E. HOLDT. R. McC. BULLINGTON. 

HOItDT St Bl)IiIiI]<GTO]< 

. . SALESMEN FOR MANUFACTURERS . . . 

Paints, ^ Qlue, 

Varnishes, QIass, 

Rooting Materials, Building Papers. 



REPRESENTING 



, JOHN W. MASURY & SON, New York, 
Paints and Varnishes. 

AMERICAN GLUE CO., New York and St. Louis, 
Glue and Sandpaper. 

WHEELING CORRUGATING CO., Wheeling, W. Va., 

Corrugated Iron, Galvanized Iron, Steel Ceiling, 

Tin Plate, Roofings, Etc. 

MICA ROOFING CO., New York, 
Tarred and Asphalt Felts, Building Papers, Etc. 

DETROIT GRAPHITE MFG. CO., Detroit, Mich., 
Superior, Graphite Paint, Rustless Coating. 

WM> T. LINDEMAN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa., 

M:'}-^.^ ...- Wood Fillers. 

C. K. WILLIAMS & CO., Easton, Pa., 
Dry Paints. 



We carry no stock. Are Salesmen for Manufacturers, sell at 
their prices and ship direct from Factories. 



WRITE TO OR CALL ON US FOR PRICES BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORDERS. 
TELEPHONE 1298. 

836 Equitable BIdg. - - ATLANTA, GA. 

p. O. Box 171, - - RICHMOND, VA. 

(See Card Ads.) 



1793 



^ 



1900 




ASHEVILLE, N. C, 

Establiihed 1793, 



has the HIGHEST TESTIMONIAL 
and iis OFFICIALS; fn 
TARY Departments si' t 
ot Uiiiversiiies ; iidin p 
TINGUISHEl) MEN. 



)m the U. S. GOVERNMENT 

JUDICIAL and INHLI- 

PRESIDENTS 

)ra other DIS- 




of the 
th) 




ITS AHFA OF PATRONAGE 

is the lar^»i VlFTl-/ 

Union mBBBWpP;- ied diirin;/ 

year.^, tttTRTY-l'HUEt y.\>>} States ot the Uniop 

FORH^-n" rorTNTF-;TFS; have beeu rcpr-;ft.i.. 

^^^^, ' S BUILOSNCi. 

ha^^^^^)rm](;iHiced by jnore than SEVENTY- i 
Expert? the most SANITARY in tlie United States. 
" - -life Oi'g H n iz:i ti on is 
.^■■K MILITARY; 

A l^fflPStates Army Officer has beep detailed i\> ^'iSiarv i 
sittce 1882, and the INSPECTOR- GENERAL'S iM>s<-immt.. 
United States Army pronounces ii. :ur,oii,i 
hundred ^cliools of the Union I'livinu A^'iit,: 
Arm v. 

THE COURSE O'^ IWFT5?1I 

covers^l^^^BS 1' Schools or I): 
MATHMBPcs; LA'JdN, (:;ViV[" 
and TACTlCS, occupying h" 
years; FRENCH, (M-'i'MA 

mercial sci en- 
diplomas pttoimi^.' 

vpho win them by passipf t^ 



H, 
CE 

ree (8) 
COM- 

given to those 



ASHEVILLE 



is the most FAMOUS all-the-year-round HEALTH RESORT in 
America. 

For Catalogue, giving very full particulars, address, 

COL. R, BINGHAM, Superintendent, 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



1793 



^ 



1900 



>tt 



Matthews & Hammer i.«r;;.« 

30JK SOUTH ELM STREET Oniyli^Ti^ITcom. 

• panies Represented. 




OIL COIVIPAWIES 

Standard Oil Co, opp A & y 

Burbank Geo F, Kjoi s Ej^ 

OPTICIANS 

Flm (see front cover) 

S^i.p;L::)"^-^-^pp 



PAINTERS 

Ledford G, 109 g Davie 

PAINTERS^UPPLiES 

7^ Equitable bJdg, At- 
lanta, Bo^x^Riehl^ond 

P^"^^ f r^c\'^.'^'SH A/IFRS 

^^ & DEALERS 

HOLDT & BULLlNGTOxX 

agts Jno w Masury & Son 

- Ifi '^^ Equitable bJdo- 

Atlanta; Box 171 r eb 

mond i^Jtn- 

^ PAINTS OIL & GLAS<? 



PAVING PITCH 

"-^ -t<l Bicbmond 
^^PHOTOGRAPHERS 
Leonard J 'a 51S1 1' J, f'^J 



CO -I 

r- m o o 

— =0 H C3 
S H X X 

a: «« CJ i-i 
,020 

< o ^ 

i^ -* C - 
2. m > " 

« 2 I" CO 

^"! 'i 

*^ C = <o 
SCO 



2. o 






=P C/3 CD » 



3i\S,g 



="5 



PA'|yTS,"oi^^ GLUES 

t"\ Equitable bldg It 
i!^!!!V^!^i!iRicb?nond 



"6 W. Market St. 



PHrsiCMNS 

Bnan J J j-^' ^^ f arket 

?""oek J L (er'.358f s'p, 
r>ellin^er T p / - '^ ^^^ 
Market ^ ^'^' ^^^^ E 
Huo-hes AV H (e) ion r. 
Market '^' "^^^^ E 

Johnson J T SQ-^i c i;^, 
Ledbetter A E loof ^"e,„ 
Jlarlev H n nan * ,- °^ 

M.el,ai,fE'B''.ois'^*> 

Katz bids ' '■ 

8TAMEV EKOCHL, cor 
Turae, J P, iifn g 
MjlsooAE, loiiSE^m 

Jonef f ?5 & ORGANS 



"n S" _, «' 

— to '1 

5 < 3 ~ 

o < ® 2 
.-» =_« 

JJ) !■♦• 

CD =r gj 

. CD 3 

^ °- 

• CO 



3 

> 



> 
o 

H 
C 
« 

m 

o 

OB 
■< 



iOiS^lm______ 

^LL K/NDS OF_ ^ 

Feed and 
•• ■ Seed Products. 



McCLAMROGH BROS. 



Mantels, Grates, 
■ B ■ I lies ■ ■ ■ 



The Cahill Special Crate" is the Best Made. See it. 



0, 

m o 



316 



MALONEY'S GREEN8B0K0 



p PICTURE FRAMES 

2: BROWN MEK CO, 234 S 
<"!) Elm (s€'e side lines) 



CC 



PLATE GLASS 



Ijj HOLDT & BULLINGTON 
Q_ 830 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171 Richmond 



^^ 



PLUMBERS, STEAM & 
GAS FITTERS 

Beasley \\' C, 113 E Wash- 
ington (see bottom lines) 

Odell Hardware Co, 323-5 8 
Elm 324-6-8 S Davie 



PRESSING CLUBS 

G'BORO PRESSING CLUB 

234^ S Elm (see side lines) 



PRINTERS, BOOK & JOB 

EVENING TELEGRAM, 

313 S Elm (see adv) 
REECE & ELAM. 222-4 S 

Elm (see adv) 
STONE J J, 114 W Market 

(see insert) 
Stout E L, 3021 S Elm 
Tate E L, 113 E Market 
THOMAS C F, 105 E Syca- 
more 



o3 



PRODUCE 

(See also. Fruit & Produce) 
OLEGG \Y F & BRO, 364 S 

Elm 
PHOENIX JNO J, 208-10-12 

S Davie (see top lines) 
PHOENIX & AIKEN, 212 

S Davie (see top lines) 



PROVISIONS 

McLamb G T, 408 S Elm 



PUBLISHERS 

CHRISTIAN A DX'OCATE 
Pub Co, 120 \y Market 



RACKET STORE 

Brown Mer Co, 332 S Elm 



RAILROADS 

(See Appendix 



REAL ESTATE AGTS 

Jordan, Siu<'laii' & M'acdon- 

ald, 1061 S Elm 
Kearsley G T & Co, 111 S 

Elm * 
Land W R, 5 Katz bldg 
McAdoo W D, 309^ S Elm 



READY ROOFING 

HOLDT & BULLINGTON 

836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171 Richmond 



RESTAURANTS 

Black Jane (c), 230 S Davie 
Burton Annie (c), 108 S 

Davie 
Clegg L L, 358 S Elm 
Cohen Henry (c), 119 E 

Washington 
Edgerton M Thos, 110 S Elm 
Jones J S (c), 119 E Market 
M'orehead Beta (c), 343 S 

Davie 
Railroad Eating House, 116 

Buchanan 
Richmond Wm (c), 118 E 

Washingt'on 
Shelton & Vanstory (c) 116 

E Sycamore 
Vanstory W (c), 527 S Elm 
Watson A (c), 209 S Elm 
WEST J H, 210 S Elm (see 

opp back i>aster) 
Whitley J R, 503 S Elm 



Hague-McCorkle 

DRY GOODS CO. 



IMPORIERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

Dry Goods and Notions 

320 and 322 S Elm Street. 



C. E. HOLTON 



McAdoo House Building.. 



Prescription 
Work 

OUR SPECIALTY. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



317 



ROLLER COVER MFRS ! 

Eagle Co, 118 Lewis 



ROLLER MILLS 

G'boro Roller Mills, S Cedar 
nr Me Gee 



ROOFERS & ROOFERS MA- 
TERIAL 
YATES J T, E ^^'ashington 
nr Elm 



ROOFING FELT 
HOLDT & BUf.LINGTON 

836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 111 Riohmoud 



ROOFING MATERIAL 
HOLDT & BULLINGTON 

836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171 Richmond 



FOR 



RUSTLESS COATING 
IRON & STEEL 

HOLDT & BT LLIXGTON, 

836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171, Riohmoind 



SADDLERY 

(See Harness & Saddlery) 



SALOONS 

Barker John, 329 S Elm 
Benbo'W House Saloon. 122 

S Elm 
Coble C H, 501 S Elm 
Gorrell R P, 311 S Elm 
McCauley S J, 110 S Elm 
Iv^ewcomb E G, 231 S Elm 
Shoffner C C, 316 S Elm 
West E G, 344 S Elm 



SAND PAPER 

HOLDT & BI'LLIXGTON, 

836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171, Richmond 



SASH, DOORS & BLINDS 

Bain E E, 516-22 S Ashe 
Brooks Mfg Ck> (The), 560 

(300) S Ashe 
Brooks R W.118 Lewis 
Cape Fear Mfg Co, 209-11 

Lewis 
Greensboro Sash & Blind C.> 

202 Lewis 
Guilford Lumber Mfg Co,. 

524-32 S Ashe 



SCHOOLS & COLLEGES 

(See Appendix) 



SEWING MACHINES 

Jones & Cox, 324 S Elm 
WINGATE B L, 123 S Elm, 

(see center lines) 
WINGATE ROBERT. AGT 

Whites, 123 S Elm 



SHOES 

(See Boots and Shoes) 



SHOEMAKERS 

(See Boot & Shoe ^lakers) 



SPECIALISTS 

(See Physicians) 



SPOKE & RIM MFRS 

G'boro Spoke & Bending 
Wks, So Ry bey limits 




^ ,^ 



> » ^ 3 
Z ^ • 

C o ^ O 



•V r en 



SPORTING GOODS 

(See also Hardware) 
Daniel G, 333 S Elm 
Odell Hardware Co. 323-5 S 
Elm & 324-6-8 S Davie 



^ = 



STEAM HEATING 

Beasley W C. 113 E W^ash- 
ington (see bottom lines > 



r^ CD ^^ 

® — _ 

^ o «<■ 

Crq c» 



For the Best 
and Most 
Reliable 
Accident 
Insurance 
See 



J. H. Merritt 



He Represents tne 

/ETNA AND TRAVELERS 

Policies and Ticl^ets Issued at 
the Greensboro Office, 

No. 4 Katz Building. 



Will H. Matthews & Co. 

304 South Elm Street. 



The Leading 

HABERDASHERS 

One Price. For Cash Only. 



318 



MALONEY'S GREENSBORO 



CO 

</i 

03 

cs. 
c5 



</> 



STEAM LAUNDRY 
__ G'BORO STEAM LA UN 

^ dry, 111-113 W Market 
CO «*l -^ 

.= J STEEL CEILINGS 

■^ ^ HO'LDT & BULLINGTON, 

'= »- 830 Equitable bidg, At- 

= ^ lauta, Box 171, Riehiuoiid 



OS 
C/3 



CUD' 






STOVES & TINWARE 

Odell Hardware Co, 323-5 S 
Elm & 324-6-8 S Davie 



lis 



STOVE MFRS 

Eagle Fouiidrj' Co, 

Lewis 
Glascock G T & Son, 212-iJ 

Lewis 



TAILORS 

(See Merchaut Tailors) 



/ STREET RAILWAY GO'S 

Y (See Appendix) 

-M 
C 

b * TAR 

3 HOLDT & BULLINGTON, 

[L 836 Equitable bldg, At- 

lantia, Box 171, Ricili'mond 

73 

C TARRED FELT 

ffj HOLDT & BITLLINGTON, 

836 Equitable bldfe, At- 

(D lant'a. Box 171, Richmond 

Q TAXIDERMIST 

Q Vernon Haittie Mrs, 612 



, TELEGRAPH AND TELE- 
> PHONE COS 

U G'BORO TELEPHONE EX 
Q 102 S Davie 

Wj U TEL CO, 114 S Elm 



Aslieboro 



TERRA COTTA COS 
POMONA TERRA COTTA 
Co, Pomona N C 



THEATERS 

(See Appendix) 



TINNERS 

Wharton J W, 324 S Elm 
Wliite C, 509 Swannanoa 
YATES J T, E Washington 

near Elm 
Yates Wm (c), 202 AV Market 



TIN PLATE 
HOLDT c^^ BILLINGTON, 

830 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171, Richmond 



TINWARE 

(See Stoves & Tinware) 

TOBACCO DLRS 

American Tobacco Oo (The)^ 
119-21 N Greene 

Bray Bros, 214-10 W Mar- 
ket 

Jordan J F & Co, 246-48 
Belle Meade Ave 

King J W^ 226-28 Belle 
Meade ave 

Trogdon F K, 229-31 Belle 
Meade ave 

Wharton W L, 229-31 Belle 
Meade ave 



TOBACCO MFRS 

Berger-W'Oiod Tob Co, 120-i^ 

N Elm 
Leak J W & Co, 209-11 

Buchanan 
Southern Tob Co (The), 301 

N Greene 
Stafford E J & A G, 114-16: 

N Greene 



RANKIN, CHISHOLM, STROUD & REES 

Clothing, Trunks and Valises. 

30O SOUTH ELIWI STREET. "■ " 



MATTHEWS & HAMMER 

3025^ South Elm Street. 



Will Secure you from 
loss by Fire, Death 
or Accident. 

See them before placing 
your insurance. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. 



319 



TOBACCO WAREHOUSE 

Banner Warehouse, 210 W 

Market 
Cobb J S & CO. 245 :N 

Greene 



Patrick J C, 218 W Market 
Potts W G, 200 Market Sq 



VARNISH & SANDPAPER 



Farmers Warehouse, 241-4.'^ HOLDT & P>nLLINGTO'N, 



N Greene 
Whitt J H & CO. 313 N 
Greene 

TOILET ARTICLES 

(See also Druggists) 
ASHEBORO ST PHARMA- 
ey, 420 Asheboro 



836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171, Richmond 



TRUCK GARDENS 

SUNNYSIDE M A R K E T 
Garden, 1 mile e city lim- 
its (see opp front paster) 



WAGONS ETC 

(See Carriages, Buggies and 
Wagons) 



WALL PAPER 
Golden E D & Bro, 103 E 
Market 



WINDOW GLASS 
HOLDT & BULLINGTpN, 

836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171, Richmond 



TRUNKS & VALISES 

(See also Clothiers) 
BROW?*r MER CO ,234 S 

Elm (see side lines) 
Johnson & Dorsett, 206-8 S 

Elm • 

THACKER & BROCK- WATCHES, CLOCKS, ETC 

mann, 232 S Elm 



WATCHMAKERS 

(See Jewelers) 



VANSTORY C M & CO 

230-8 S Elm (see side 
lines) 



UNDERTAKERS AND 
EiVIBALIVIERS 

Collins W M, 120 S Davie 
Forbis W R. 118-120 E Mar- 
ket 
McDuffle N J, 336 S Elm 
Smith F F, 324 S Elm 



(See Jewelers) 



WINES & LIQUORS 

(Wholesale) 
Barker John, 108 W Market 



WOOD YARDS 

(See Coal & Wood) 



UPHOLSTERERS 

Neems E R, 125 Buclianan 



WOOD FILLERS ' 
HOLDT & lU'LLINGTON, 
836 Equitable bldg, At- 
lanta, Box 171, Richmond 



o > 

Z CO 

« o 



2. ^ 

3" - 

«« -D 

W - 



m 
=0 a 

z o 

«! 

m ^ 

> - 

r- e/> 

= 3 



— en 



-^ o 

» _. 
</i 



— • B3 



3 

a. 
C/3 

CD 
CD 



oo 



3 

o m I 

O ^^^^ -n 

> d 

«: I II I n 



CTD 



0. D. BOYCOTT 

116 West Market Street. 



BUILDING 

MATERIALS 

Of All Kinds. 



McEiamrach Bpos. 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Marrtete, Grates, 
... Tiles ... 

TRY OUR 

"CAHILL SPECIAL GRATE." 



Fnrnlsb Tiles and I,ay Ttle Floors. Get their KHtitnate. 



en 



ct< o n 

_ OL ^ 



O LLJ 



CO 



THE FRANKLIN 



Ifl PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. 

!" !- ^ GEO. W. HARRISON, General Manager. 



State Ppintefs and 
Publishepsy 

ORDER OF US YOUR j 




too bo Legal Blanks, 

-- ^ Law Books, 

^^ ^ Stationery and 

< Justice Dockets. 

o 
o 
en 

LU 

CO z 

G3S 



Blank Books Made to Order, Railroad, Banking, 

Corporation and Commercial Printing, 

Stereotyping and Electrotyping. 



3 65-71 Ivy Street, ATLANTA, CA, 

Ma g^ jj I IMP0R1ERS AND WHOLESALERS OF 

dgUe-MCGOrkle Dry Goods and Notions 

DRY GOODS CO. 320 and 322 S. Eim Street. 



C. E. HOLTON 

McAdoc House Building. 



TOILET ARflCLES, 
. . . FINE CIGARS, 

Soda an i Mineral Waters. 




ORGANIZED NOVEMBER, J 898. 

... OFFICERS ... 

President, DAVID B. GOULD, St. Louis. 

First Vice-President, E. L. POLK, Detroit. 

Second Vice-President, W. E. MURDOOK, Boston. 
Secretary, W. H. BATES, New York. 

Treasurer, REUBEN H. DONNELLEY, Chicago. 

... TRUSTEES ... 

DAVID B. GOULD, St. Louis. R. L. POLK, Detroit. 

W. E. MURDOOK, Boston. W. H. BATES, New York. 

REUBEN H. DONNELLEY,Ohicago. A.G. WRIGHT, Milwaukee. 
W. H. LEE, New Haven. J. L. HILL, Richmond, Va. 

B. D. ANNE WALT, Cleveland. 

The Objects of the Association are as Follows: 

FIRST : To improve the directory business by the interchange 
of ideas, and by the exchange of competent employees. 

SECOND : To protect the public against fraudulent advertis- 
ing schemes, operated under the name of directories, and to drive 
such publishers out of the business. 

THIRD : To provide permanent and continuous employment 
for honest and faithful directory canvassers. 

FOURTH : For the mutual advancement of the established and 
prospective interests of all who may become members of the 
a ssociation. 



C 

^ 

IM. 






0) 

o 



O 

3 

3D 






a 

" = o 



(0 



The Contracts 
of the 



PENN Mutual Life 



Are the 
Most Liberal. 



See J H. nERRITT, 



4 Katz Building:. 



I 



Will H. Mattliews & Co. 

304 South Elm Street. 



The One Price 
CLOTHIERS 

FOR CASH ONLY. 



CO 

O 

o 

CO 

c: >^ 
2 2 

O CvJ 

CO C3 

O S3 

>^^ 
&« o 



3 

•H 



a 







The Greensboro 
Evening Telegram 



ISSUED BY 



^be ^elcGvam publisbing Company?, 



313 South Elm Street, 



GREENSBORO, N. 0. 



ROBERT M. PHILLIPS, Editor and Manager. 




HE TELEGRAM enjoys the distinction of being 
the first paper in Greensboro to give the people 
a telegraphic news service and has built up a 
large circulation among the best citizens, there- 
by commanding a large advertising patronage. The Tele- 
gram was established in July, 1897, and has steadily 
grown in favor, until now it is one of the most extensively 
quoted newspapers in the State. A new and handsome 

Job Printing Outfit 

has recently been added, and is doing first-class work at 
low prices. 

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OF PAPER, $3.00 PER YEAR. 



Advertising and Job Printing Rates Furnished on 
Application. 



Rankin. Chisholm, Stroud & Rees •• wens .. 

OUTFITTERS. 



I, VIIIUIIVIIII) 

300 South Elm Street. 



ss^i 




TRADE MARK 

The Finest Double Old 
North Carolina Leaf, 
Ripe and Naturally 
Sweet, is used in the 
Manufacture of this 
Tobacco. 



Om LeadeFs : 



' Heart's Content "—Smoking. 
'Heart's Content "-Plug. 
' Southern Seal." 
' Natural Leaf." 
' Old Wine "-Twist. 

MANUFACTURED BY 

The Southern Tobacco Co, 

GREENSBORO, N. C. 



©ENTi^AL Hotel, 

CHHRUOTTE, IN. C. 



The Leading" 
Hotel of the 

....City. 

Centrally 

Located. 




Well Equipped, 

Liberally 

Conducted. 

Popular Prices. 



I^ooms ii5 ti)e State. 

SPERRY ^ LUCAS, Proprietors. 

B. W. SPERRY, (Late of Macon Ga. Hotels.) Manaf^CP. 



^yP'^^' SehiffmaB Jemelry Go. 

/'^^Tamonds, watches, jewelry. 



II V 911 



OPTICIAN 



■ ■ ^ 



^si^' Eyeglass Fitting a Specialty. ^ 

I diSZ^ \ EXPERT — — - 

^-<n^ WATCH REPAIRING. 
^"^V / .- DIAH^OND MOUNTING. 





3:26 South Elm Street. 






Jawies H- West & 




Excursion rianager ^"d5un'."eroi .he 



Greensboro Opera House 



Licensed Bill Poster and Distributor. 



Will contract to do Bill Posting in 
all branches at any point in North 
Carolina. I own 3,000 lineal feet of 
bill boards, 500 1-sheet, 2-sheet and 
3-sheet boards. 

I make a specialty of tacking signs 
and distributing in city and country. 
Have fine teams for country work. 
Prompt attention given to all work. 



OPEN DATES FOR 

Concert, Comedy^ 
Farce Comedy, 



^ 



Minstrel, Vaudevin?p( 

and all High Class Attractions, /^v 



k 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Candy and Ice Cream. 






Wholesale and Retail Cigars, Tobacca and Pjpes. f(y 

Candy, Fruits, Ice Cream, Sherbets, -j m c UT M CTPPPT 

Soda and Mineral Waters. 41 U 5. CLIVI MKCEi. j ■ 

' 1 



J 



f\8\}e\j\\\e(^\\e6<^ 




por Qirls — * 

a^d YouT)(l^ U/omer) . . . 



Offers Advanced Courses in college work leading to degrees ; Seminary 
Course with diploma ; Primary and Preparatory departments of high order; 
Musical Advantages unsurpassed, director a distinguished graduate of the 
Royal Conservatory of Leipsic ; Building and Equipments modern. 



Cocatlon Tdcal in Beauty 

» » and l)ealtbfuliim. 



Besides the courses of study usually found in first-class colleges, the 
students in Botany and Biology, through the kindness of Mr. Geo. W. 
Vanderbilt, will have access to his Botanical Gardens and extensive Arbore- 
tum, which are located on his Biltmore estate of 10,000 acres, two miles from 
the college. No other school presents equal advantages. 



Poplls in Attendance Last Year from Twenty-Three States. 



For handsome illustrated catalogue and prospectus, address 

ARCHIBALD A. JONES, President. 



The Normal an 



I I 




iistitnte 



^, 4 A 




ASHEVILLE, N. C. 




it^f^ 




Under Care of the Northern Presbyterian Chu'ch 



OPHMNG 5EPTEnBER OF EACH YEAR 



i^'^ 




OFFERS: 




chers 



ir^'*'Nornial Ccmrse i'o)" the 1hi))T)utj:h training of 
under i»struct<)rs frou) 1ho 1)ps1 Noriual Schools. ,^ 

3. A Cours^ffft^miiewUt^^^i_^wM^i\^^B^Bn^ (a) Scientific 
Cooking, (b) DraugliffnJHMHI^BHHPlHpH^iTiS^ing of Garments. 

4. An admirable Mu^al^JeP^ir^ient has been provided 
under trained and experienced teachers. 

Systematic study of tlae Bible in all Departments. 
Terms for board and tuition in any of the departments 
$50.00 per term. 

For Catalogue, address 

REV, TMQS, LAWRENCE, D.D., 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



rhe North Carolina. 
State IMormal and 
Industrial College 



LITERARY^ CLASSICAI^ SCIENTIFIC 




I *»• •♦•.*FUDlrc Lmrary J- 
Greensboro, North Carolina 



pICAL 




• 









•l;,;; CALDWELL- JONES i-,y> ♦ 




Annual Expenses, '^^'ToU $ i oo to $ 1 40 

For Non-Pesldents of me state, $i60 

Faculty of S3 members. Session opens September 19th. 
Correspondence invited from those desiring compe- 
tent teachers and stenographers. 

l"or Catalogue and otlAer IntbrmaNon, address 

President CHARLES D. MclVER, 

GREENSBORO, N. C 













CO 

o 



S]>ecialty» 



9^ 



F.C. 



MA»E BY 

"W". IF- OX.EC3-C3-. 




GBEASE UNIMENT. 



MANUFACTUItED BY 



ROBERT R RICE, 



€hp«eiisbo3N>, - - - N<Mrth Churoliiia* 



M. G. NEWELL <a CO. 

BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, WAGONS, 

ENGINES, THRESHERS, 



L 



Book and Job Printer. 

SCHOOL and COMMERCIAL 

PRINTING 



o 



liftl 



B 9 aS N *] 



^f1 



oai 



? 



•"J 3 5 

^ er • 



2 ? 



09 



Commerctftf Work a 



ALDERMAN, Photographer. "^ W«^' 



.y>x^-A^>;v,-;...-^ii:,x., ^;^. ,'