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DIOCESE OF WESTERN 

NORTH CAROLINA 

COLLECTION 




PLACED ON DEPOSIT 
BY THE PROTESTANT EPIS- 
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Features of the- season's improve- 
ments, addiii}; to the popularity of the 
NEW BBRIvELEY, are the new oflices 
and lobbies, the ladies' entrance, cosily 
fitted reception rooms and handsome 
parlors. 



'* equally Desirable for tourist and Commercial Craa/' 
Cuisine and Appointments Unsurpassd. 



fHE BERKELEY is located in the business 
center, within one block of the post- 
M, office and conrt-house, and convenient 
""^^Y^- to all the leading stores, churches, etc. 
Electric cars pass the door. The hotel is 
up-to-date in all its appointments. The house 
has been remodeled and refurnished through- 
out ; has steam heat and electric lights in every 
room. The Berkeley has all the comfort of a 
modern home. 



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$2 and $3 Per Day. 

FRAfifK LOUGHRAN, 

.... Proprietor. 



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HOUSE FURNISHING 
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Southwest Court Square, ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

GEO. F. SCOTT. J. T. YOUNG. A. H. COLB. 

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TERMS, CASH ON DELIVERY. 

. . . SPECIAL ESTIMATES ON BILLS . 



TELEPHONES : 

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Office and Warerooms : Storage Yard : 

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ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

City Directory. 



J. L. Hill Printing Co., Tlie Maloney Directory Co., 

RICHMOND, VA., ATLANTA, GA., 

Proprietors and Publiahers. 



SOIiD BV SUBSCHIPTIOH Oj|SlJLiV. 

Price, $3.00. 



fONTAINING 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 Private Schools, Churches, Banks, Secret and Benevolent Societies 
Incorporated Companies, Pailway Stations, Distances, Etc. 

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

(All nights Reserved.) 



Agents for BORN Steel Ranges., 



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.DEALERS IN. 



Stoves^ Tinware and House 
Furnishing Goods 

ELECTRICAL WORK AND SUPPLIES. SANITARY PLUMBING. 



Steam and Hot Water Fitting, Hot Air Furnaces, Slate 
and Tin Roofing, and Galvanized Iron Cornice. 

43-45 College Street, 
Telephone 133, ----- ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Houses for Ffenl^ 

ALL SIZES AND 
KINDS . 




From large Boarding Houses to small 
^= Cottages. Also apartments and flats fur- 
~"^ nished and unfurnished. 

S@^ Persons wishing to locate in Asheville would do well to address or 
call on 

No. 31 Temple Court, - . . . ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



Pelham 



THE CUT-PRICE 
DRUG STORE. 



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24 PattoM Avenite. - - Phone 399, FREE. 

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Prefatory. 



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% We present to the citizens of" Asheville and public in 

r general our 1899-1£00 Asheville City Directory with 
the firm belief that in point of information and com- 
pleteness it will give entire satisfaction and reflect credit 
upon the city. In the canvass for the names of the citizens we 
find the nearest average number allowed to each name in the 
directory to be " three " to the white and three and one-half to 
the colored. (The average used in nearly all cities.) 

We have recorded from A to Z of the general directory (both 
white and colored), 7,992 names, which shows that the population 
of Asheville, including Biltmore, West Asheville, Victoria, Ra- 
moth, etc., is 23,976. 

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 our Asheville City 
Directory more worthy of commendation and patronage, and we 
will issue it as often as of actual necessity. 

Respectfully, 

J. L. HILL PRINTING CO., 

Richmond, Va. I p i i- i 

THE MALONEY DIRECTORY CO., \ ^""^^isiiers. 

Atlanta, Ga. J 

Wm. M. Keesh, 

Manager. 
April, 1899. 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS— Leading Business Houses of Asheville. 



Albemarle Park Co 130 

Asheville College For Girls and 

Young Women, opp 56-57 

Asheville Cycle Co., center lines. 

Asheville Electric Co 134 

Asheville Gazette, front cover. 
Asheville Hardware Co., top lines. 
Asheville Ice & Coal Co., top lines. 

and page 2 cover 
Asheville Pressing Club (The).... 134 

Asheville Printing Co., opp 290-91 

Asheville Steam Laundry, top lines 

Asheville Street R. R. Co 135 

Asheville Supply & Foundry Co., 

front cover. 

Aston, Rawls & Co 136 

A. & W. P. Ry. and W. Ry. of Ala-, ^ 

opp ^57 

Bainbridge's Book store, frt stencil edge 

Ball & Sheppard 139 

Batterham, H 140 

Battery Park Bank, front cover 

Bean, Samuel I 142 

Benedict, Geo. H. & Co 354 

Bingham's School, opp 112 

Blair, Wm. M., side lines. 
Blickensderfer Typewriters, front 

and back cover. 

Bon Air 146 

Bonanza Wine & Liquor Co., side 

lines and page 3 cover. 
Bostic, J. B. Co., back cover. 
Boyce, W. A., front fly-leaf. 

Brock's, opp 345 

Browm, Chas. L 151 

Brown House, Macon, back cover. 

Brown, Wiley B 153 

Calvert Litho & Eng Co., Detroit.. 80-81 
Carolina Coal Co.,cen lines & opp. . 451 
Carolina Pharmacy (The) , bot lines. 

Carrollton Hotel, Raleigh, opp 344 

Carter & Weaver 158 

Central Plotel, Charlotte, page 2 

cover and 80 

Chambers, Weaver & Co., back 

cover and 159 

Charleston Line, back fly-leaf. 
Citizen's Coal Co., bottom lines. 

Coffey, Ivey R 163 

Courtney's, center lines. 

Daily Citizen, opp 144 

Dixie Restaurant (The) 171 

Dunham, H. A 173 

Eagle Hotel 174 

Everett Piano, opp 209 

Falk's Music House 177 

Farinholt, L. A., back cover and 

bottom lines. 

Farmer, Daniel R 306 

Field, A. M., front cover. 

Fitzpatrick, T. AV. & E. C 179 

Franklin Prt'g& Pub. Co., opp. .360-361 

Gates Desk Co. , opp 113 

Ga. So. & Fla. Ry., back fly-leaf. 

Gorman, J. A., Dr 186 

Grant. H Eraser 187 

Grant's Pharmacy. 188 

Greer, G. A., bottom lines. ' 

Hampton & Featherstone 192 

Harvard Piano, opp 193 



Hearn, J. M. & Co 195 

Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, top lines. 

Hotel Carolina 80 

Hyndman, T. L 201 

Idlewild Floral Co., top lines. 

Iron Mountain Route, opp 272 

Johnson, James I., opp 145 

Johnson, L. A., Mrs 205 

Johnston, M. H., side lines, 
.lohnston, Wm., Jr.. center lines. 
Keeling, 0. D., top & bot sten edges. 

Kenilworth Inn, opp 96-97 

K Grocery Store (The) _. . . 318 

Lorick <k Co., back cover. 

Manor (The) 130 

McAdoo House 79 

McConnell Bros 222 

McFee, A. W., side lines. 
Mclntyre Pat, Cen lines, fr't fly-leaf 
McPherson & Clark, opp preface. 

Merrick & McLoud 229 

Millard, C. C 228 

Morris Hotel (The) 80 

Mount Vernon Hotel 79 

New Hotel Berkeley, top lines and p. 2 

cover. 
New Hotel Jackson, Atlanta, back 

cover and opp 192-208 

Noland,D. G 236 

Normal & Collegiate Inst., opp 72-73 

Oak Hall Barber Shop 236 

Oakland Heights Baths 161 

Oakland Heights Resort 160 

Palace (The) 239 

Paragon Pharmacy, front cover and 

top lines. 

Patton & Stikeleather 242 

Pelham's Pharmacy, opp preface & . 243 
Penn Mutual Life, front cover. 
Plummer, J. D., Mnr., bottom lines. 
Presbyterian Publishing Co., opp.. 128 

Purington, Georgiana, Miss 274 

Reese, C. A 332 

Revell, T. J 251 

Rutledge, Patterson, Webb & Co. . 256 
Schartle, J. W., side lines. 

Schultz, Carl 258 

Scott, Geo. F. & Co., front fly-leaf. 

Smathers, Wexler 262 

Smith, S.O 264 

Smith, Wm. 0., center lines. 
Sou Tobacco Co., Greensboro, opp.. 344 
Sou Bell Tel and Tel Co. side lines. 
Southern Ry., side lines and opp.... 256 

Spangenberg, J. 266 

Starnes, Jesse R 267 

St. Cloud Hotel 79 

Swannanoa Hotel 172 

Swannanoa Hotel Bar 172 

Swicegood, L 272 

Temple Court 206 

Temple Court, Wm. Johnston, Jr... 274 

Tennent, J. A. 274 

Texas and Pacific Ry., opp 273 

Turner, K. M., side lines. 
Weaver, J. H. & Co., center lines. 

Whitson & Keith 284 

Williamson & Co., bottom lines. 
Woodbury Company, center lines. 
Yarborough House, Raleigh, opp. . 345 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Abbreviations 5 

Alphabetical List of Names (White).. 129 

290 
Alphabetical List of Names (Col- 
ored) 291-344 

Appendix 57-80 

Banks and Bankers 62 

Building and Loan Associations — 

Business Directory 345-370 

Cemeteries 69 

Church Directory 65 

City Government 60 

County Government 60 

Educational 62 

Express Companies 75 

Fire Department 61 

General Directory (White) 129-290 

General Directory (Colored) 291-344 

Hospitals and Infirmaries 69 

Hot Springs, Ark 33-40 



Insurance Companies 359 

Libraries 70 

Military 71 

Newspapers 71 

Places of Amusement, Public Build- 
ings, etc.- 70 

Police Department 61 

Post-office Department 58 

Private Schools 63 

Public Schools 62 

Kailroad Stations and Distances.. .. 76 

Secret Societies 71 

Societies, Clubs, etc. ... 74 

Street and Avenue Directory 81-128 

Street Railways 76 

State Government of North Carolina 59 

Telegraph, and Telephone Cos 75 

Trades Unions 75 

United States Government 57 

United States Local Officials 57 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

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



ab ...above 

acct accountant 

add addition 

adv advertisement 

agt agent 

agrl agricultural 

al alley 

appr apprentice 

Ashv Asheville 

Ashy St. R. R Asheville 

Street Railroad 

asst assistant 

atty attorney 

ave avenue 

bartr bartender 

bds , boards 

bet between 

bkpr bookkeeper 

bldg building 

blksmitli blacksmith 

blk block 

brkmn brakeman 

ic) colored 

carp carpenter 

elk clerk 

CO company 

collr collector 

com mer commission mer- 
chant 

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 express 

flgmn flagman 

frt freight 

genl general 

hdqrs headquarters 

hsekpr housekeeper 

ins insurance 

inspr inspector 

iunc junction 

lab laborer 

laund laundress 

mchst machinist 

mcht merchant 

m m master mechanic 

mdse merchandise 

mess messenger 

mech , mechanic 

mfg manufacturing 

mfr manufacturer 

mkr maker 

mkt market 

mgr manager 

N or n north 

ne nortlieast 

nr near 

ns , northside 

nw northwest 

off office 

opp opposite 

opr operator 

pass passenger 

photgr photographer 

phys physician 

P. O post-office 

pres p'-esident 



prin principal 

propr proprietor 

proprss proprietress 

ptr printer 

pubr publisher 

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 

St street 

steno stenographer 

St. Ry street railway 

supt superintendent 

sw soutliwest 

tchr teacher 

tel telegraph 

tkt ticket 

trav agt traveling agent 

treas treasurer 

W or w west 

wliol wholesale 

wid widow 

wks works 

ws westside 

W. E West End 

yd yard 



Si Following Hotels are Recom 
this Directory 



mended by the Publishers of 
as First Class. L\ 



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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 $1.00 to $1.50. European Plan. 
W. Y. DAVENPORT, Propr. 

ASHEVILLErN^ 



SWANNANOA HOTEL 

LINCOLN & LaBARBE, Proprs. 
Rates $2.00 to 33-00 per doy. 



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. llead- 
(juarters for Commercial Men. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



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YARBOROUGH HOUSE 

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



RALEIGH, N. C- 



THE CARROLLTON 

W. L. GILBERT, Lessee. 
Rates ^2.00 to $3.00 per day. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



NEW HOTEL BERKELEY 

Centrally Located, on Car Line. 

" Equally Desirable for Tourist and 

Commercial Trade." 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprs. 

FORT SMITH, ARK. 



HOTEL MAIN 

LAWRENCE MIVELAZ, Propr. 

Accommodations First Class. Head 
quarters for Commercial Men. 

GAINESVILLE, TEX. 



LINDSAY HOUSE 

Leading Hotel of Gainesville. 
D. McGRAW, Proprietor. 



TEXARKANA, ARK 



HUCKINS HOUSE 

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

DENISON, TEX. 



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STATE HOTEL 

CASE cS: AVERY, Proprs. 

Located in Central part of City. 

Favorite Hotel for Commercial Men. 

SHREVEPORT, LA. 



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PHENIX HOTEL 

FORNEY & TRAMMELL, Props. 
Headquarters for Commercial Men 

GAINESVILLE, TEX. ^} 
TURNER COTTAGE 

EDGAR TURNER, Manager. 

Everything First Class, Ik 



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Following Hotels are Recommended by the Publishers of 
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, I'res. & 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. McKlSSICK, Manager. 

Leading Hotel of Asheville. 

RATES S2 50 AND UP. 

ANNISTON, ALA. 



WILMER HOTEL 

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

SHERMAN, TEXAS. 



BINKLEY HOUSE 

JOHNSON & ELLSWORTH Proprs. 
The Leading Hotel of Sherman. 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



KENILWORTH INN 

L. A. KITTREDGE, Manager. 
Open Throughout the Year. 
Write for Booklet. 

ATLANTA, GA. 



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KIMBALL HOUSE 

JOSEPH THOMPSON, Proprietor. 

GEO. W. SCOVILLE, Manager. 

American Plan, $2 50 o §5. 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 Rooins. 

ANNISTON, ALA. 



THE CALHOUN 

R. H. EORMAN, t'ruprietor. 

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 $2.50 per day. Opposite Union 
Depot. 

ATLANTA, GA. 



HOTEL ARAGON 

American and European Plan. Rates 

$1.50 to §3 and $t, 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 ;53.oo per day. 



Bathe at the FoorataiSo Mead, watiiiEin 
Ten Feet of the Sprlog. 



The Maurice 



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HOT SPRINGS, ARK. 

Largest amd flost Complete Bath 
House nmi the City . ^--^r:::^ 

Fifty private dressing rooms. Complete Gymnasium, Invalid reclining chairs. Steam heat, 
sanitary plumbing and ventilation. Reading, smoking and cooling parlors. German needle and 
shower baths. Massage and electric parlors. Strictly first class. 

Most elegantly fitted and furnished in the city. Perfect ventilation. Steam heat. Private dress- 
ing rooms. Accomplished Attendants. 

WM. Q. MAURICE, Manager. 

Occupying tb e Original Old Bale $ite> 

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-Ibot Springs, BiF?. 



The house Is the largest on the reservation, and newly constructed of St. Louis pressed brick, 
marble finish. Imperial Royal and Mott's Porcelain Tubs. 

Perfect ventilation. Steam heat. Private Dressing rooms. Accomplished attendants. 



Q. H. EASiriAN, Hanager. 



Imperial 





Hot Springs, 



Near United States Army 
Bath House. 

Opposite Eastman Hotel. 



Solid Royal Porcelain Tubs. Individual private dressing rooms, with couch. No other bath 
house has them. Bath rooms of Italian marble, tile floors. Perfect ventilation. Cooling and dress 
ing rooms and small gymnasium. Only skilled attendants employed. Sweat rooms, with tub vapor 
douche, shower, needle, foot or leg and electric baths, hot or cold. Special appliances for lady bathers. 
Water direct from springs ; not exposed to air until it reaches the tub. 

JAS, L. BARNS, manager. 
RIX & BARNS OWNERS. 



Asheville 



^*t ji ^ The Land of the Sky* 



WHERE THE SNOW-BIRDS NEST.' 



To the Health and Pleasure-Seeker, 
the Manufacturer, the Fruit-Grower, 
the Stock-Raiser, the Woodworker, 
the Dairyman, the Trucker and 
the Miner. 



Asheville is situated on a plateau 2250 feet above sea level, aaid is sheltered 
on the east and north by high mountains, while miles beyond the French Broad 
river on the west the mountain ranges keep out the northwest winds and snows. 
To the south the plateau is unbroken except by hills, and three miles 
Asheville's away the Vanderbilt mansion of v^'hite stone gleams and glistens in the 
o., ,. sunlight. Right across the plateau to the south, a mile and a half 

oiTuatlon j^,^j^ ^j^g center of the city, the beautiful Swannanoa river sweeps 
-toward the west and with sudden curve towards the north joins the French Broad, 
which flows west of the city, at the bottom of the hills, in a northerly direction. 
No description of the scenery in and around Asheville can be made without resor-, 
to language that would seem to those who have not visited this section, extrava- 
gant. So much has been said and so much written, in an attempt to describe the 
natural beauties, and the marvelous variety of scenery that charms the eye, that 
language has been taxed to the utmost limit. Where nature has prepared a feast 
for the soul in the ever-changing and lovely mountain views, in hill and dale, 
peaks and valleys, and in limpid streams resplendent with the matchless rhodo- 
■dendron, laurel and azalea, one should come and enjoy -the scenery in person and 
not trust to the imagination that for once falls short of the reali'ty. 

It is a matter of common remark from those who visit Asheville that they 
meet here people whom they know. A few years ago a census of one of the public 
schoolbuildings, comtaining 500 pupils, was taken, to see how many of the pupils 
were born in Asheville. Of the total number, just 86 could speak of Aslieville as 
their birthplace. This will give an idea of how cosmopolitan 
Cosmopolitanism this city of 15.000 people is. There is probably not a state In 
and Pooulation ^^^ Union, not a civilized country on the globe, that has not 

^ furnished its quota of wide-awake citizens to Asheville's 

brisk intellectual and commercial atmosphere. Where nature has been so lavish 
in her gifts of indescribable and varied scenery and in her clear, bracing climate, it 
would be strange if the people here were unmindful of their advantages and were 
not making a city in keeping with the perfect surroundings. And so, elegantly 
equipped hotels are here, ranking with the best in the country, catering to seekers 
of health, pleasure and recreation, and patronized by thousands of visitors. Among 
these are the Battery Park, Kenilworth Inn, Swannanoa. 
Hotels and Hotel Berkeley, Oaks, Glen Rock, Asheville, Arcadia, and 

Roardino- Hnii<;«<; Western. On account of the splendid hotel accommodations 
ooaromg jraoujxtb offered here Asheville is becoming widely and favorably 
known as one of the leading convention cities of the country. Accustomed to hand 
iling large numbers of visitors all the year round, it is especially suitable for con- 
vention assemblies. Hotel rates are from one to four dollars per day. with capacity 

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for fully one thousand. Scores of home-like boarding houses are here; excellent 
modern flats, and beautiful private residences, occupied by refined and cultured 
people, many of whom are persons of wealth. Retired army and navy officers, and 
business and professional men have selected homes here on ac- 
Summef and count of health, social aaid educational advantages. The number 
Winter Re<?oft °^ homes that are being built in the city at all times of the year 
xveso .y ^^ matter of surprise to those visitors who do not know that 

many people who come to Asheville to remain a few months become permanent 
residents. This fact speaks more forcibly than any language as to the attractive- 
ness of this city as both a summer and winter resort. The number of visitors is 
increasing each year, and is about equally divided between the north and the south. 
This steady increase is sufficient answer to objections to Asheville raised and ex- 
ploited by the smaller and less scrupulous bidders for our high class patronage. 

There are twenty-five churches in Asheville, including the Baptist, the Metho- 
dist Episcopal, the Presbyterian, Christian, Lutheran, Roman Catholic, Jewish and 
Unitarian. The Baptist, Methodist. Presbyterian and Episcopal have 
Religfioos congregations of colored people as well as white. The people of 
Interests Asheville are largely a church-going people, and there are about 

10,000 sittings. 
There is a Y. M. C. A., well and strongly established and doing good work. The 
association has Sunday afternoon meetings, a weekly Bible class, an excellent edu- 
cational department, reading tables, library, gymnasium and bath rooms. 

The progress in education in Asheville has been very rapid in the past ten 

years. The natural conditions which prevail here pre-eminently fit Asheville for 

an educational center of a high order. The large number of desir- 

Schools ajad' able citizens from every part of the country, attracted here by the 

CoIlc«yes unsurpassed climatic conditions, has made educational facilities of 

*■ every kind a necessity. The total value of private and public 

ischool property in Asheville and its suburbs is $350,000, with an attendance of 

nearly 3,000 pupils. 

The graded schools were started in January,- 188?^, and in the fall of that year 
the first large building was erected. To-day there are four lai-ge brick buildings, 
well equipped, a High School department, thirty-one teachers 
Public and and one superintendent. The s-chools are absolutely free of 

"Privii-f *\rhr,r\\'i political Or Sectarian infiuences, the teachers are well trained 
jrnvaTC ocnoois ^^^ progressive, and the popularity of the schools is attested 
J)y the large patronage of every class of society. \'isitors who come to spend the 
winter here can, and do, bring their children and place them in the public and pri- 
vate schools. 

One of the most prominent institutions in the State is the Asheville College for 
Young Women, which is an outgrowth of the Dickson Seminary and the Asheville 
Female College. The property was bought in 1897, by Prof. A. A. Jones of Lex- 
ington, Mo., has been remodeled and improved in every way, and under his able 
management tias already taken a position as an institution of the very first rank, 
and during the first year of the present administration it 
Asheville College numbered among its students young ladies from twenty-three 
frvr Vrxincy Wnm«'n states. The College grounds are beautiful and ample, and 
lor loung women admirably located with reference to the city. The buildings 
and splendid equipments, valued at $S0,000, offer excellent facilities both as a com- 
fortable home and as^a school of high order. The college faculty is composed of 
sixteen members. The teachers, like those of the other educational institutions of 
Asheville, are drawn from leading colleges and universities from all parts of the 
United States, thus insuring breadth of thought and thoroughness of scholarship. 
Besides the courses of study usually found in first class colleges, the students in 
Botany and Biology, through the kindness of Mr. George W. Vanderbilt, have access 
to his Botanical Gardens and extensive Arboretum, which are located on his Bilt- 
more estate of 10,000 acres, two miles from the college. No other school presents 
equal advantages in this respect. 

Seven years ago the famous Bingham School, after a most distinguished career 
of ninety-nine (99) years in middle North Cai'olina, was driven from its former 
location by three fires in less than nine years, and came to Asheville on account of 
the climate and with full faith in the educational possibilities of the place. The 
school is one of the oldest institutions of learning in the whole 
The Bingham South and the only one which has come down from grandfather 
School ^fof Bovs") ^^ grandson through three generations of distinguished teach- 
^ ' -^ ers. The U. S. Government's Bureau of Education in Washing- 

ton, the highest possible authority on such a subject, says in "Contributions to 

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Ajmerican Educational History," Circular of Information, No. 2. Page 131: "Tho 
Bingham School stands preeminent among Southern Schools for Boys and ranKs 
with the best In the Union, and has reached its highest efficiency under its present 
Superintendent, Major Robert Bingham." The officials of the U. S. Government 
who have seen the school, the Vice-Presidt^nt, Army Officers detailed as Military 
Professors, Naval Officers knd Army Inspectors say that it is the bes<t. The Execu- 
tive, Judiciary and Military Departments of the North Carolina State Government 
say tho same thing. More than seventy-five Medical Experts who have inspected 
it .say that its sanitary conditions are the best in the country. The wisdom of 
having selected so excellent a location and of having erected a school plant so well 
equipped for health, comfort, convenience, discipline, instruction, and safety 
against fire, is abundantly vindicated by the fact that this school is a financial and 
educational success in the fullest sense. In addition to a good North Carolina pat- 
ronage, it attracted more than eighty (80) pupils during the last year fi-om sixteen 
other States, North and South. 

The Normal and Collegiate Institute is unique in its character and aims, 
making a long seep in advance of the ordinary arrangements, apparatus and facili- 
ties for the education of the young women. The building is spacious and impos- 
ing, heated with steam, furnished with hot and cold Baths, 
The Normal and plentifully supplied with pure water from springs on the 

r'nl1<'o-fat*> TncffHif*' prt>mises. The site, composing thirty-three acres, includes 
v-ou.giate insTUUte ^ magnificent grove of forest trees. Health culture is pro- 
vided for in a well furnished gymnasium, under the care of an experienced teacher. 
The class work is presided over by efficient and accomplished instructors. The 
work of preparing teachers is thoroughly and conscientiously done, and young 
women are efficiently trained for a business life, and for the duties of a Christian 
home. Through the liberality of a few friends of the higher education of young 
women, the privileges of this school are put within the reach of families whose 
means are slender, and there is no institution in the State where a pupil can enjoy 
like privileges at so inconsiderable a cost. Dr. Thomas Lawrence is the efficient 
head of the institution. 

The Home Industrial School is situated in the suburbs of Asheville, about one 
mile south of the business center of the town. It is surrounded by a plot of ground 
consisting of thirty-three acres, which it occupies jointly with 
The Home the Normal and Collegiate Institute. The purpose of the school 

Industrial School ^^ *'*' place within reach of girls who would otherwise be de- 
prived of an education, the opportunity to secure educational 
advantages such as will enable them to become useful, self-supporting wotaen. 

The name of the school indicates its scope of work. It is a Christian home 
where the Scriptures are read and studied daily. Each member of the family has 
some share of ministering to the family comfort, as all the work of the house is 
done by the girls under the direction and supervision of the matron. 

The work periods include six weeks' time, and at the close of each period every 
girl is assigned to a different kind of work, and by this method, each one, during the 
year, has practiced in all departments of housework. The principles of housework 
and household economy ai'e taught in the kitchengarden classes. The sewing de- 
partment gives training in plain sewing, in drafting, cutting and fitting dresses, in 
fancy work and embroidery. Besides the cooking that must necessarily be done 
for the family, each student has the advantage of twenty-four lessons in cookery 
The course of study begins with the first primary grade and covers six years' 
work. Those who complete the work are competent to secure first-class certificates 
from county superintendents of public instruction, but they are not well equipped 
teachers until after completing the course in the Normal and Collegiate Institute, 
which covers four years' additional study. 

Miss Florence Stephenson is the efficient manager of this school. 
The Asheville Farm School, situated eight miles from the city, is doing the 
same work for boys that the Home Industrial School is doing for girls. The present 
capacitj' of th^ school is eighty-eight, and this numoer could 
Asheville easily be doubled if there were more room. The capacity of the 

Farm School school v,nll be enlarged as rapidly as possible, and equipments in- 
creased so as to give the pupils an education in every branch or 
industrial work. Under the management of Superintendent Jeffreys, the school is 
growing rapidly in efficiency and popularity, and the training given the boys is ad- 
mirable in every resp^let. 

Skyland Institute. J. S. Dickey, principal, is a private 
Skyland Institttte school, established in September, 1894, for both sexes. It has 
enjoyed a large patronage from its very beginning, having 
every year all the pupils it could accommodate, both in literary and music depart- 
ments. 

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It is non-sectarian and is patronized by every denomination in the city, and has 
won its reputation solely on the merits of the thorough work it does. 

The Misses Champion's School for 

The Misses Champion's School for Girls ^^^^^ ^'^^ opened in January. 1886, and 

has been successful from its beginning, 
owing to the refined culture and surroundings, and thorough instruction. 

The Asheville Free Kindergartens, under tho 
The Asheville Free Kindergartens "management of an association, consist of 

four schools in different parts of the city, 
and are doing a splendid work for the younger children. 

The Industrial School, colored, is doing an ex- 
The Industrial School (Colored) cellent work for the colored youth of the city 

who patronize it. 
There are numerous smaller scliools. 

The Asheville Summer School and Conservatory, endorsed by the Board of 
Trade and organized by a number of leading citizens of the city, held its first ses- 
sion July 7-August 17, 1898. The school was conducted in the buildings and grounds 
Tt. A 'If o '^^ *^^^ Asheville College for Young Women. The art- 

The Asheville Summer ists and teachers employed were selected from the 
School and Conservatory ^"-'atliiig conservatories and universities, a thing possi- 
^ ble in view of the fact that these institutions are as a 
rule closed for the summer. The courses of instruction given by the Summer 
School are vocal and instrumental music, art, elocution and such other branches of 
science and literature as are demanded. Students in botany and biology have ac- 
cess to the Vanderbilt Botanical Garden and Arboretum. 

A handsome library under the management of an association of ladies 

Library and gentlemen, is lai-gely patronized, and contains, besides about 4,000 

volumes of good books, the leading periodicals on its reading tables. 

A membership fee of $2.00 per annum is charged for the use of the books and rooms. 

ITnfurnished houses of eight to twelve rooms can be rented for 

Board and Rents ^^^ ^^ ^^^- Small cottages rent from ?5 to $20. Flats $15 to $20. 

Good board can be obtained in any part of the city or suburbs 

at $20 to $50 per month. 

Western North Carolina, with its sublime scenery and the charms of its dry and 

equable climate, has made Asheville renowned as a health resort. But few places 

in America can be found with the same climatic advantages and scenic beauty as 

this God-favored and sun-lit land. The recovery of sufferers from ca- 

Climate tarrhal, rheumatic, nervous and pulmonary affections, affords ampl 

proof of the healing properties found in this pure and exhilarating at- 
mosphere. The absolute freedom from malaria, due largely to the great fall of the 
French Broad river , which acts as a natural drain to this part of the country, and 
the situation between the extreme cold North and the enervating heat of the S"outh, 
give Asheville the right to be called the best "all the year round resort" on the con- 
tinent. 

When compared with the most renowned resorts of the Old World it ranks 
among the first, as will be seen by the following table: 

Spring. Summer. 

Asheville. 54.8 71.3 

Genoa. 52.2 70.3 

Turin. 53.7 71.5 

Milan, 54.9 72.8 

Vienna, 56.2 71.8 

_ The following temperature table prepared by the United States 

Temperature Department of Agriculture's Weather Bureau will show ho\s 

Asheville compares with other cities in this country as an all-the-year-round re- 
sort. 



Autumn. 


Winter. 


Mean Yearly. 


55.3 


37.2 


55.3 


55.2 


34.0 


52.7 


53.8 


33.5 


53.1 


55.0 


36.1 


54.9 


54.6 


38.7 


55.3 



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Average Monthly and Annual Temperature at the Stations Named. 



STATIONS. 



Jan. Fob. 



Meh. 



Apr May jJune 



Asheville, N. C 

Atlanta, Ga. 



|38 
42 



Augusta, Ga 47 

Charlotte, N.0 41 

Chattanooga, Tenn. ... 40 

Columbia, S. C 46 

Knoxville, Tenn 38 

Lexington, Ky 31 

Louisville, Ky |32 

Lynchburg, Ya i37 

Meridian, Miss [47 

Norfolk, Va !40 

Ealeigh, N. C |41 

Washington, D. C '32 



1'45 
51 
56 
9 50 

9|50 
0,54 
7|48, 
2j44 
45 
45. 
54 



5 53 

5 61. 
164. 

8159. 
8161. 



3141.4 52 



63 
66 
65 

70 

65 

67 

S|63 



69, 

8175 
8178 

75 
3i75. 
78 
2 73 

73 



4 
174 
8 74 
4 77 

7173 
5:74 
6 71 



July 



8 78 
5 77 



Aug. ^ept 



6,63.9 
5;71.5 
0,75.4 

570. 4161 
7|71 6!61 



Oct. Nov. Dec. 



673.8 
.7,69.9 
,9:67 7 
56S.4 
568.9 
8:73.0 
.871.2 
.6:70.2 
.5 67.4 



42.6 
51.8 
55.4 



38 4 
45 3 
49.5 



51.443.9 



Aunual 



50.3 
54.9 
48.4 
46 1 
48.1 
47.1 
53.4 
52.2 
49.8 



43 7 
48.5 
40.7 
37 2 
38.5 
40.0 
50.5 
44.2 
43.2 



46.4 37.8 



54.4 
61.2 
65.0 
60.4 
60 3 
63.7 
58.2 
55 
57.0 
57.3 
63.7 
59.2 
59.3 
54.8 



It is not a mere watering place, closed for a large part of tli8 
What year. It is a health report all the year round. 

Asheville is Not ^^ ^^^ ^ mountain village with a depot, a sidetrack, a store, 
and a hotel, but a large and growing city with railroad lines, 
water, gas, electricity, street cars, pavements, and other modern necessities. 

It is not a place where men never die, where one may abuse nature witli im- 
punity, but it is nature's great sanitarium wliere exhausted vitality is restored, and 
its ozonized atmosphere is highly unfavorable to the propagation of the germs of 
tubercular disease. 

It is not a hot climate. 

It is not a cold climate. 

It is not summer all the year round. 

It is not winter nine months in the year. 

It is not anywhere near the seashore, but miles straight inland, among thi; 
wonderful mountains of the Alleghany and Blue Ridge ranges. 

It is not an unknown place, but already entertains thousands of visitors an 
nually. 

It is not a sectional resort, but is patronized by North. South, East and West 
alike. 

It is not a temporary resort, but a place where people from all parts of the 
country are building permanent homes. 

It is not far frona the centers of national prosperity and is easy of access. You 
may ride to Asheville in a Pullman buffet car. 

It is not out of touch with the day's doings, for New York papers are read here 
at breakfast next morning. 

It is not subject to malaria. 

It is not full of half dead people, but is alive with energy and ozone, a stimului 
to mind, body and estate. 

It is not a number of other things which some strangers suppose it to be. 

It is possessed of a highly ozonized atmosphere. 

It is where Sir Andrew Clark, M. D.. of London, England, Dr. Loomis. of New 
York, Dr. Marcy, of Boston, and other great specialists have sent hundreds of pa- 
tients suffering from throat and lung diseases. Physicians should read Dr. Marcy's 
paper on Climatology, delivered before the International Medical 
What Congress. It gives facts. So do papers issued by some of our lead- 

Asheville Is ^^^ Physicians. 

It is the center of a circle embracing the territory bounded by the 
Mississippi river, the Gulf of Mexico, the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Lakes. No 
other resort draws from so wide a field. 

It has 25 churches, six miles of paved sti'eets, three electric car lines. It 
has a splendid system of water works supplying pure water, which has its source in 
the Black Mountain range. In an analysis of a sample of water from the Asheville, 
N. C, water supply, made Jun" 28, 1897,by A. C. Abbott of the Laboratory of Hy- 
giene, liniversity of Pennsylvania. Dr. Abbott says: "Cheml- 
Its Pure Water cally, this is a pure water, according to the classification of Dr. 
Chaumont." It has also a perfect system of sewers; electric 
light and gas plant; two banks; three clubs; the best golf links in the South, with 

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country club house; fiiv alarms and fire company; two telephone exchanges, seven 
private schools; four modern public school buildings; a cotton mill with 8,500 spin- 
dles and 100 looms-: roller mill; five tobacco warehouses; a bicycle club; two Y. M. 
C. A. associations, one white and one colored; the best city market in the South; 
United States district court and internal revenue building; two daily and three 
weekly newspapers, with a number of church, school and society publications; the 
best opera house in the Static three large, modern and well equipped sanitariums; 
the finest livery in the South; ice factories; dairies; green houses; cigar factories, 
lodges of all the leading orders; a Mission hospital; Flower mission; children's 
home; Asheville reformatory; Lindley training school; fifteen hotels, etc., etc. 

The business of Asheville amounts to about $3,500,000 per annum. The assessed 
Taluo of city property is $4,758,801. The rate of taxation on valuation is $1.20 
for the city (20 cents of this for schools) and 90 cents for State and county (18 cents 
of this for schools). 

An evidence of the permanent nature of Asheville's prosperity, the value of its 
climate and the beauty of its scenery, is afforded by the magnificent home- a 
princely manor— established just outside of the city by Geo. W. Vanderbilt, of New 
York. With a vast fortune and with a whole world to choose from 
Vanderbilt's he has selected Asheville as the one place for creating the splendid 
gjY- house and lordly park which his architects and engineers have con- 

structed under the direction of BYederick Law Olmsted, the land- 
scape architect, v/ho gave New York her Central Park. The house was built under 
the direction of the eminent architect, the late Richard M. Hunt, and is a chateau of 
the French Renaissance, 375 feet long and 150 feet wide, and in some features not 
unlike the famous chateau at Blois, France. 

The Biltmore Estate contains about 10,000 acres and the Pink Beds and ad 
jacent tract of Mr. Vanderbilt's hunting preserve comprise about 84,000 acres. This 
is known as Pisgah Forest. 

An arboretum embracing twelve miles of winding road traverses the Biltmore 
domain, and to complete its planting, 10,000,000 plants will be required, many of 
which are now being propagated. The number of plants already propagated and 
set out in the landscape plantings in the Biltmore nurseries for use on the estate 
reaches the enormous total of 10,000,000. the nurseries having an annual output of 
something over 2,000,000 plants. 

Col. A. K. McClure, Philadelphia Times says: "I have seen the grand moun- 
tain views of every part of our continent east of the Sierra Nevada, and must tes- 
tify that there is no mountain scenery this side of the Rocky Mountains that equals, 
or even approaches the grandeur of the varied views presented here. It is not sur- 
prising that thousands of visitors come from the Sunny South in the 
Visitors' summer time to enjoy the bracing atmosphere and unrivaled beauty 

p ' of these mountains, nor is it surprising that thousands come here 

from the North in the winter to escape the sudden changes and op- 
pressive rigor of om* winter climates. It is the one pleasure and health-seeking 
region which has all seasons for its worshipers. Its rides and drives of unequaled 
beauty; its dry exhilarating atmosphere; its genial winters, even among the moun- 
tain tops, and its pure breezes and cool nights in the heat of suimmer, make it an 
all-the-year resort for those who seek pleasure, rest or fugitive health, and it is 
evidently destined to become the great resort of the American continent." 

W. H. Weir, of W. Weir & Sons, bankers, Montreal. Canada, said: "I came to 
Asheville two years ago from Montreal. Canada, for the benefit of the health of my 
family, and have resided here during the summer and winter, and I have no hesita- 
tion in saying that as an all-year-round climate Asheville has few equals and none 
superior, either in climate or scenery and beautiful drives, all of which are so nec- 
essary to the invalid or pleasure seeker. As a place to make a home where climate 
and comfort of living are a consideration Asheville has few equals." 

Dr. G. W. Gleitzmann, of New York, who devoted periods of from ten to thir- 
teen years to personal observations of the climate of the Asheville plateau, its tem- 
^ ^ perature, humidity, rainfall and sunshine, has tabulated the results 

Physicians* of his labors. The figures compare favorably with those concern- 
)inions ^^^ ^^^ celebrated mountain resort in America or' Europe. "Dur- 

ing a period of eight years." says Dr. Gleitzmann, "the mercury 
but twice rose above 88 degrees and but three times fell below three degrees." 

Drs. Segur and Lloyd, of Brooklyn, after personally examining the Asheville 
plateau, declare what is well known to every resident, that there is no malaria, anil 
the advantages for its treatment in patients coming here are indicated. 

Dr. Samuel Westray Battle, Passed Assistant Surgeon. U. S. Navy, retired, says 
of the climate: "It is cool in summer, yet the winters, shorn of their harshness by 
reason of its southern latitude, induce almost daily out-of-door exercise, in the way 

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of shooting, driving, riding, or short mountain excursions on foot. Moderate alti- 
tude, dry and ozoniferous atmospht-re, bright sunshine and beautiful scenic en- 
vironment are the important factors of the region." 

Prof. Dixon, of Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, states that the health 
of himself and family nowhere improved so much as in Asheville. He is "not 
•aware of any other spot in Europe or America so full of all that is desirable as the 
countrv of Asheville." 

The mountains of Western North Carolina are covered with a deep, rich soil, 
mostly clothed with heavy forests to the tops. There are some exceptions where 
there are balds, which are natural meadows found on the tops of many of the high- 
est mountains. This pasturage is used for herds of domestic animals which are 
annually driven to remain until the cold weather sets in. and 
Agficultore and has been the chief aid to make the production of fine beef 
^. t -p ' • our leading agricultural output. During the last few years, 

DCCCK r^aisingf although cattle have been at an extremely low price every- 

where, many of our farmers have continued to feed largely, the number of head 
turned out by some farms often exceeding 100 or more each season, and being 
marketed chieiay in Richmond. Va. Now that an era of better prices has set in 
this is a most promising industry. 

The cultivated productions of this section are as diversified as in the Piedmont 
section, cotton and rice excepted. All the cereals and all the grasses are cultivated. 
This is not to be wondered at when the fact becomes known that the soils of the 
basins of the rivers of this section and its mountain valleys, are noted for their 
fertility. 

Among these valleys most noted for extent and quality of soil may be men- 
tioned the upper French Broad and Mills river valleys of iJenderson and Transyl- 
vania; the Swanuanoa, in Buncombe; and the Pigeon river, Richland and Jona- 
than's creek flat lands, in Haywood. This entire transmontane countiT is adapted 
ito stock raising. Timothy, herds grass, and other rich pasture grasses respond 
readily to cultivation; and once established, the grass perpetuates itself upon the 
land. In fact, where undergrowth is removed, the trees thinned, and the surface 
stirred and sown in orchard grass, it flourishes luxuriantly while the forest trees 
'are left standing. Lately, attention has been turned to raising cattle for the 
market, and to the breeding of fine stock. There Is good opportunity presented 
for cattle and sheep breeding and for dairy products. 

Garden vegetables grow well here, and there is a fine opening for trucking of 
almost all kinds. The cabbage and Irish potato grow here to a high degree of per- 
fection. In addition to these, sweet potatoes, spinach, turnips, onions, lettuce, 
beans, peas, cucumbers, squash, tomatoes, okra, beets, radishes, sweet corn, celery, 
and numerous other vegetables are successfully cultivated. There is a splendid 
opening here for trucking, not only for the home market, but for shipment, and the 
increase in trade of this kind has been greatly stimulated by the truck farming on 
the Vanderbilt estate. But a quantity of vegetables that could easily be raised in 
this section, is i'mported. One hotel alone buys from further South over $500 worth 
of vegetables per month, nearly all of which could be raised around Asheville. 
Major McKissick, proprietor of the Battery Park hotel, declares that the celery of 
this section, if properly handled, cannot be surpassed by any other in the world, 
and yet the amount raised here amounts to almost nothing. 

Small fruits go to waste for lack of attention, and there is wealth in the berries 

and other small fruits whenever systematic cultivation and care are bestowed upon 

them. Owing to the altitude of this section, strawberries, 

Fftiit Growing which can be raised in large quantities and excellent quality, 

and bring fine prices, reach their perfect growth and are ready 

,for shipment just after the berry crop further south and in the eastern section of 

this State is exhausted. 

As to grape culture, it is only necessary to call attention to the Engadine Vine- 
yards in Buncombe county to prove with what success grapes can be grown. 

Farm labor is much less expensive in this section than at the North or West, 
owing to the milder climate and cheaper products. Farm labor can be had at prices 
ranging from 8 to 12 dollars per month. This labor is at present mostly 
Labor untrained, but is capable of intelligent training, easily controlled and sai- 
Isfied. Strikes are unknown in this part of the countiT- With reason- 
able care and training the same class of work here can be done at much cheaper 
price than further north. Mechanics geif from $1.00 to $2.50 per day. 

Timber lands can be bought at from $1.50 to $5 per acre. Agri- 

Farm Lands cultural lands at from $8 to $100 per acre, according to quality. 

proximity to railroads, towns, etc. These are prices of land 

either in a high state of cultivation already or capable of being made so. Poorer 

lands are much cheaper. 



Water power and waters are abundant as may be 
Watcf Power and Waters inferred from the character of the country. Streams 

are bold, free and numerous, the water is pure, clear 
and cool. Of the many undeveloped powers in this section we mention only one. 
Four and one-half miles below Asheville on the Fivnch Broad river there is a 
splendid water power of 5,000 horse power with a fall of thirty-one and a half feet 
in three-fourths of a mile. Easily developed. This power was surveyed by High- 
tower Bros., of Holyoke, Mass. 

The State constitution regulates taxation by providing that the legislature levy- 
ing a tax shall state the object to which it is to be applied, and restrict its use to 
that particular object. An equation between the property and the capitation tax 
is established hy dii-ecting that the capitation tax levied on each citizen shall be 
equal to the tax on property valued at $300 in cash. The capitatioc 
Taxation tax is levied on every male inhabitant in the State over 21 and under 
50 years of age, and shall never exceed $2 on the head. The effect 
,of this limitation restricts the tax on each hundred dollars worth of property to 
sixty-six and two-thirds cents. The amount of taxes levied for county purposes 
cannot exceed the double of the State tax, except for a special purpose and with 
the approval of the legislature. Homestead exemption includes personal property 
to the amount of $500, and vests in the owner for life only, and until his children 
become of age, the homestead and the dwellings and buildings used therewith, not 
exceeding in value $1,000, to be selected by him. By an act of the last legislature 
the State will duplicate not exceeding $500 any sum raised by subscription or spe- 
cial taxation in any school district. This has already given an impetus to educa- 
tion in the country districts. 

Medicinal herbs in this section are gathered in immense quantities and shipped 
to northern cities and Europe. Bales of herbs may be seen collected about the 
country stores as bales of cotton in other sections. Ginseng 
Medicinal Herbs ^^ shipped in large quantities to China, and the trade in medi- 
cinal herbs has grown into a large business. 
Statesville, N. C. has the largest medicinal herb warehouse in the world. It 
is not generally known that there are more varieties of plants in Western North 
Carolina than anywhere else on the continent. 

Asheville is now approached by rail from the north via Salisbury, N. C. and 
Morristown, Tenn., from the east via Salisbury, from the south via Spartanburg, 
S. C, and the west and northwest both from Murphy, N. C, and Mor- 
Railroads ristown. Tenn., thus giving egress and ingress in every direction. 
All these lines are under the control of the Southern Railway, which 
is doing much in the upbuilding of this section and will make any reasonable con- 
cessions to those who desire to establish bona fide manufactories on its lines, and 
bona fide settlers in other lines of work may expect the same liberal treatment 
from this wideawake system. 

Such is a bird's-eye view of Western Carolina, of which Asheville is the capital, 
geographically, educationally, socially and commercially. Excursion rates can 
always be had to Asheville, and those interested in any- 
A Word of Advice thing pertaining to this city or section should either come 
here and see for themselves, or address, for more detailed 
information, the Secretary of the Board of Trade, or Ticket Agent of the Southern 
Railway. 




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On April 20th, 1832, the United States 
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 
rank, where those afflicted with disease 
could find relief, and be cared for during 
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 
World 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 
maximum charges for their enjoyment, thereby protecting the people from extor- 
tion and placing the means of relief within the reach of everyone. It should b* 




notecl 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- 
(inliiy equipped armj^ and navy hospital on the face of the g-lobe. It has also ex- 
pended, 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 Zi degrees and 31 minutes north, and at an altitude of about l.noo feet 
above sea level, the climate of Hot Springs challenpes comparisotl' with that of 
any resort in the world. The skies are as clear and beautiful as those of Italy, while 
Hie 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 all health resorts the question of altitude 
is :Tf most vital one. If too low, the danger of malaria is ever present, a most se- 
rious one to those weakened by the ravages of disease. If too high, the well known 
effect of high altitudes in quickening the respiration and the action of the heart, 
pesents a complication to be dreaded even more than the effer-t of malaria, and 
especially is this true where hot baths are administered, as such baths themselves 
produce exactly similar results, which, when intensiflpd by the atmosnheric condi- 
tions referred to, form a combination that few invalids can successfully resist. It 
Is a fact, recognized by life insurance companies, that the respiration whir-h in a 
moderate altitude is considered normal at from eighteen to twcntv-two per minute, 
Is increased to a normal of from twenty-five to twenty-eight in high altitudes; also 
tbat the heart's action keeps pace in proportion 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 
fiom thirty-five to forty minutes to cool 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 oroducmg 
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 
d;iy with advantage. Hot Springs en.io^'s the desired happy medium of altitude, and 
In this it is not approached by any other American resort. Its elevation of about 
1.00C feet, and the absence of marshy ground and stagnant water, ffive absolute free- 
dom from malaria, and while not high enough to affect 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 temperature the year round. 

5. It is a resort for all seasons of the year. The impression has largely pre- 
vailed, especially throughout the North and East, that Hot Springs was purely a 
winter resort. This is due, 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 1S94. the superintendent of the reservE\tion, Mr. William J. Little, 
says: "I give it as my unqualified opinion that the late spring and summer and the 
early fall are the most favorable times to visit Hot Springs for a course of treat- 
m,''nt, 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 temperea by the 
refreshing mountain- breezes "vvhich blow constantly, and the nights are Invariably 
cool and pleasant. 

Highest temperature for the year 1S94, 94; lowest, 23; mean average for the year, 
72. Total number of clear days,- 298; rainy days, (i2; 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 Sovithern people from every section of the South, who select Hot Springs for 
their summer outing in preference to the resorts farther north. The Arlington hotel, 
open the year round, affords ample and luxurious accommodations at any season, 
and opportunities of amusement and recreation are always presenting themselves. 



FROM DESOTO 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, 
v/hen 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 
Si-]"ed her ships carrying explorers and conquistadores to thegreater continent which 
all but became hers by conquest. 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 grovernor of Porto Rico and the weight of years had bowed his into 
an old man's form, he bethouglit him of the story of the spring of perpetual youth 
and started out to find it. tie sailed with three ships from Porto Rico in March, 
1^12, 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 
Florida, as the Spaniards call it, and thus gave the state its name. The search 
for 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 lloat his ships, but their placid sur- 
face v.as not imparted to the wriniiles of the searcher after youth and beauty. 

"Beyond, to the westward, toward the setting sun," was all the Indians would 
te!}, 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- 
tuined 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 yoimg, 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 
Dc 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 was to be Peru over again if he was to get 
anything — nothing daunted he set out with his little army of Ave hundred men and 
two hundred 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 dreamed 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 
Vvt. s to make their dreams come true. 

As Cortez found an interpreter on the coast of Mexico in the person of a Span- 
iard held captive by the Indians from a former expedition, so De Soto found 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 
o£ 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 
aiid 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; 
htnce 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 
o' 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- 
kuha, 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 
h^s 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, 
1541, and pushed into the wilderness of Arkansas. Again there was news of a 
shining 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 
Ti.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 into a wilderness of impene- 
trable swamps w-here 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 
opposed 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. Thl3 
chief had a daughter whose beauty was 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 
chiefs of the tribes far and near, but Ulelah was a coy maiden, and up to the ar- 



rivEtl 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 whcee 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 dowers 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 
my.^tic 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 
■valley 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 fie 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 
Soaniard'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 blood 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 sufficiently 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 1807 Manuel Prudhomme built the first house at Hot Springs; by 1812 the first 
visitor had arrived; in 1820 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 have 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 Indian 
tribe. 

1'hese warrants were called "New Madrid Floats," were transferable and one of 
H <;m having come into the possession of Col. Elias Rector, of St. L.ouis, in 1820, he 
tried to tloat it in the waters of Hot Springs, for your St. Louis man is cognizant of 
.1 valuable article \\ hen 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 l!>i5-tj, when the Court of Claims and the Supreme Court 
decided the case in favor of the LJnited States and settled forever all claims to the 
lands of the Hot Springs reservation. The Government ovv-ns 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 United 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 
cei.npetition that tends to prevent extortion that might come under a private Cdntrol 
—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- 
t.Min: "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 protiles, 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 calculated to be put 
In print, and not referring altogether to railroad building, but the argument in their 
minds was that if Hot Springs were sufficiently 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 
as 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 
means of access, and the management of that only road, the Iron Mountain, favors 
the public with thfe 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 
si'ent wonderment at the spanking teams of thoroughbreds which prance by; the 
stylishly dressed New Yorker or Londoner walks s'de 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 wooden shanties, 
colossal hotels overshadow ramshackle lodging houses. Owing to the nature of the 



lofation there is little regularity about the streets and avenues. The main thorough- 
fai-es 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 \Vest 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 confining 
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 proporti'ons. It was 
ir,£: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 
the 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 tire engine. This improvement cost the city over $150, UOO, having a capacity of 2,250,- 
OOH gallons daily. The fire department is well organized and equipped with all nec- 
essary paraphernalia, and shows, when occasion reciuires, 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 ^Vhittington Avenues, though there are many handsome 
homes in the southern section, especially on Malvern and South Central Avenues, 
and the 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 4s0 cities and towns in the United States, only Ave 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 5u,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 ciuestion 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 artificially 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 
oi 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 
which no medicine is capable of accomplishing. 



"The large quantity of free carbonic acid which the water contains, and which 
rises in volume through 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 seetl issuing from the ground; but it is now, for 
the sake of economy and cleanliness, iiiped from the various springs to tne different 
bath houses. This collection aii<l dif^trilnition is (!one under the direct supervision of 
a superintendent appointed by the t'uited States government, and every bath Is xn,.~en! 
under directions and regulations established by the government. The prices tot 
baths range from twenty cents to sixty tents (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 te« 
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 avithority 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, 
ete. , and are especially efhcacious 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 
s;: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 HOLiLOW. 

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. Happy 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 
mountains 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 
excellent, the dell is cool, and there is a new charm at every step. 

"At the terminus of the carriage road is located the celelirated 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 picturesque walks, grand views 
beetling cliffs and magnificeni forests. The walk along the crest of the mountain! 



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

Happy Hollow is the 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 upper 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 mlleis 
from Hot Springs, and the trip affords an excellent opportunity to become acquaint- 
e'i with Nature's finest handiwork. The journey ran 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 stopoing 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 thp 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 willl 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 
citv 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 charminglv 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 beautiful 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 
oi 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 
valuable 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 kno\^ n 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; 
Thousand Dripping Springs, and many others. 








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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 nevp, practically fire-proof, and has all the 
modern conveniences. Iron bridges connect each floor with 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 Kector Bath House, so well 
known to all who have visited Hot Springs. No detail of comfort or con- 
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Postmaster General — Chas Emory Smith of Penn. o •- ^ 

Attorney General — John W Griggs, of New Jersey, y 

Secretarv of Agriculture — James Wilson of Iowa. >■ 

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Distiiot Judge — H G Ewart, of Hendersonville, N C, 
(recess appoiiitniciiti. 

District Attorney— A E Holton, Winston, N C. 

Asst District Attorney — Spencer Blackburn, of 
Winston, X C. 

District Attorneys ClerlvS — Jas Martin and J E Bux- 
ton, of ^^'inston, N C. 

Marshal — Jas M Millikan, of Greensboro, N C. 

Chief Depv Marshal— T E McCrarv, of Greensboro, 
N C. 

Dei)uties — J ]M Balev and J A Logan, of Greens- 
boro, N C. 

Clerk Circuit and District Courts — C B Moore, of 
Asheville, N C. 

Deputy Clerk — Miss Jessie E ^^'arnes, of Ashe- 
yille, N C. 

Internal Reyenue Collector — H S Harkins, of Ashe- 
<^ yille. N C. 

■--> relief Deputy— J G (Jrant. of Asheyille, N C. 

V S Stamp Clk and Cashier — Gilmer Brenizer. 
P— < IT S Commissioners — A T Summey and G M Roberts^ 

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Post Office corner Patton aye and Haywood. 

Postmaster — A\'m W Rollins. 

Asst Postmaster — Jas L Wagner. 

Mailing Clerk — Jos C Bradford. 

Stamp Clerk— R G Hunt. 

Dispatcher — AA' W Moore. 
<3ip ^ Genl Delivery Clerk — G H Morris. 

5— -5 — Stanii>er — Jas A AVare. 

Genl Utility Clerk— Chas L Maxwell. 

Carriers — No 1, D E Cunningham; No 2, W H Clark; 
No 3, N W Fain; No 4, A\' M Jarrett; No 5, E L Henrv^ 
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Sundays and holidays from 5:80 to 6:30 p ra. 

STATE GOVERNMENT OF NORTH CAROLINA 

(Capitol Kaleigii.) 
GoA'ernor. — Daniel L Russell. 
Lieutenant Governor — Charles A Reynolds. 
Secretary of State — Cyrus Thompson, 
Auditor—Hal W Ayer. 
Treasurer — ^Vm H Worth. 
Attorney General — Zebulon Y Walser. 
Adjutant General — A I) Cowles. 
Commissioner of Agriculture — S L Patterson. 
Commissioner of Labor — Robert Lacy. 
Corporation Commissioners — Franklin McMel, Sam- 
uel L Rogers and E C Beddingtield. 
Public Printers — Edwards cV: Broughton, of Raleigh. 
Keeper of Capitol — J C Cherry. 
Librarian — M O Sherrill. 

JUDICLVRY. 

(Supreme Court.) 

Chief Ju'stic(^-W T Faircloitli, Goldsb'oro 

Associate Justices — Walter Clark, Raleigh; D M 
Furches, Statesville; Walter A Montgomery, Raleigh;. 
Robert Douglass. 

Clerk — Thomas S Kenan, Raleigii. 

Marshal and Librarian — Robert H Bradley, Raleigh.. 
(Superior Court Judges.) 

1st District — Geo H Brown Jr. 

2d District— Henry R Bryan. 

3d District— E W Timberlake. 

4th District— W S O'B Robinson. 

5th District— Thomas J Shaw. 

6th District— Oliver H Allen. 

7th District — Thomas A McNeill. 

8th District— A L Coble. 

9th District— Henry R Starbuek. 

10th District— L L Greene. 

11th District— W A Hoke. 

12th District — Frederick Moore. 

(Eastern District Circuit Court.) 

Judge — Dorsey Battle. 

(Western District Circuit Court.) 

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(Biinconibo Couut}.) 

Asheville County Seat — Court House, Court Square. 

Superior Court — Frederick Moore, District Judge; 
Marcus Erwin, cleric; Ceo A\' Young, depy clerk. First 
term convenes second Monday in March. Second term 
convenes third Monday before first Monday in Septem- 
ber. Third term convenes thirteenth Monday after 
first ]\Ionday in September. 

\\'estern District Circuit Court — Henry B Stevens, 
Judge; John Y Jordan, ch^'k; Chas A Webb, solicitor. 
•Convenes January, April, July and September. 

Sheriff — Reuben F Lee. 

Deputy Sheriff — F M Jones. 

Tax Collector — J K Chambers. 

Register of Deeds — J J Mackey; deputies, W N Jay 
and Miss Ida M Young. 

Treasurer — Erwin AA' Patton. 

Supervisor of Education — S F Venable. 

Coroner — Dr D E Sevier. 

County Physician — Dr I A Harris. 

Keeper County Home — AVni Johnson. 

County Commissioners — R J Gaston, chairman; 
Jason Ashworth and Jas H Woodward. 

ASHEVILLE CITY GOVERNMENT 

City Hall. East Court Scpiare. 
Municipal election held first Monday in May. 
Mayor— Hon F M INIiller. 
City Clerk— M W Robertson. 
Treasurer — J M Heston. 
City Tax Collector— J A Campbell. 
City Attorney— D M Luther. 
City Engineer— B INI Lee. 
Supt Education — J D Eggleston Jr. 
Supt Water Works— E D McCollum. 
Supt Streets— J T Bostic. 
Sanitarv Plumber— G L Guischard. 
Supt Market— B F Rives. 
Sanitary Inspector — W H Bird. 
Building Inspector — O R Jarrett. 
Aldermen — First w\ard, W M Hill; second ward, R J 
Sherrill; third ward, A Rankin; fourth ward, J H 



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Wood; at large, Saml Kennedy and W ^\' West. Reg- 
ular meeting every Friday night. 

Standing Committees — Finance: Rankin, West and 
Kennedy. Water: Rankin, Sherrill and Hill. Streets: 
"NA'est, Rankin and Kennedy. Fire: Sherrill, Rankin 
and Hill. Street Lighting: Hill, Wood and Sherrill. 
Police: Sherrill, West and Hill. Market: Wood, Hill 
and West. Special Tax: Kennedy, Rankin and M W" 
Robertson. Building: Sherrill, Hill and Rankin. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief— J A Lyerly. 

Police Justice — G W Til son. 

Captain — F M Jordan. 

Patrolmen— W E Tavlor, R M Jarvis, :M W Lyerly^ 
U' S Bradley, F W Garrison, W A Allison, T E Wil- 
son, J L Page, J W Chappell. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



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Headquarters, E Court Square, adjoining City Hall. 

Chief — J P Sawyer. 

Secretary — L W Jeanncret. 

Hose Co No 1 — J T Bostic, captain ; L W Jeanneret, 
secy and treas; T P Johnson, 1st foreman; W J McEl- 
rath, 2d foreman; Jas G Duckett, driver. 

Rescue Hook and Ladder Co No 1 — J S Fullam, fore- 
man; N H Turbyfield, 1st asst foreman: W A Ward, 
secY and treas; R E Clevengcn*, driver. 

FIRE ALARM STATIONS. 
127 — Pine and Mountain streets. 
128 — Chestnut street and Central avenue. 
1.30 — College and Pine streets. 
1.37 — North Main street and Starnes avenue. 
138 — Montford aA'enue and Cullowhee street. 
14.5 — Charlotte and Cliestunt streets. 
14G — Jefferson Drive and West Haywood street, 
1.53 — Chestnut street and Merrimon avenue. 
154 — Cocke's residence F Broad are. 
1G3 — Southside avenue and McDowell street. 
104— South :Main and City Limits. 
172 — Atkin and ^'alley streets. 
23.5— East street. 

24G — North Main and Wo-idfin streets. 
254 — Cherrv and Flint streets. 



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2()li — Montford avenue and Haywood street. 

324 — Patton avenue and Haywood stree. 

34J] — l>iix(on and Roberts streets. 

352 — French JJroad and I'attou avenues. 

304 — Bailey and riiillips streets. 

425 — Passenger Depot Glen Kock Hotel. 

432 — lielote House. 

453 — Car Shed. J V Sevier, Asheville Hotel. 

4()2 — Court Square. 

Board of Health— Dr M H Fletcher, Hon F M Miller, 
A Rankin, B M ].ee, Ur C L Minor, Dr C M Millender, 
and Dr C L Reynolds. 

LOCATION OF IXCOHBORATED SUBURBS. 

Biltmore — Situated about two miles south of city; 
incorporated; D C Champlain, mayor. 

Kenilworth — Situated south of city, adjoininji^ Vic- 
toria; incorporated; John (Mieeseborough, mayor. 

Montford — Situated northwest of city, adjoining 
■city limits; incorixtrated; .J E Rumbaugh, mayor. 

Ramoth or ^^'oolsey — Situated north of city, adjoin- 
ing city limits; incorporated; T M Kimberly, mayor. 

Victoria — Situated south of city, adjoining city lim- 
its; incorporated: S 1* McDivitl. jnayor. Commission- 
ers, Chas McXamee, Jas JM Cam]»bell and Robt U Gar- 
rett. 

BANKS AND BANKERS 

The Ba(terv Park Bank— 13-15 Patton ave, incor 
1891, capital |1()(),0()0, surjilus .1|;15,()00; J P Sawyer 
pres; F S Coxe, v-pres; J V. Rankin, cashier; directors, 
J P Sawyer, C Rankin, C T Rawls, J E Rankin, T G 
Smith, EP :McKissick. 

The Blue Ridige Xaticn.il P»ank— S W Court Sq, 
incor 1808, capital .'jflOO.Odi); J W Xiu-wood, pres; E R 
Lucas, cashier; E Sluder, asst cashier; directors, J W 
Norwood, W J Slayden, J A Burroughs, S P McDivitt, 
J E David. E R Lucas, G A Xorwood. 

EDUCATIONAL 

Bailey Street School — P>ailey s e cor Silver; Mrs 
Frances Featherston, principal; Miss Susan Hatch, 
Miss Cleves West, Mrs Grace Evans, teachers. 

Bailey Street Kindergarten School — Bailey s e cor 
Silver; Misses Winifred Turner and Annie P Kerr, 
teachers. 



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FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM. Etc. 



<irowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



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High School — 75 Orange street; R J Tighe, princi- 
]>al; Miss ^farv C JMorrow, Miss Orace McH Jones and 
Thos McS Ravsor, teacliers. 

?»Iontford Avenue Scliool — SO Montford ave; Miss 
Jennie B (h'ay, ])rin(ipal; Miss Alice James, Miss 
Mary Kinibei'ly, Miss Susie Y'eatman, Miss Grace Scott 
Miss Ellen Barker, Miss Minnie C Johnson, Miss Susan 
Dukes, teachers; Thos Morton (c), janitor. 

Newton A cademy — Kenilworth. 

Orange Street School — 7.5 Orange street; R J Tighe, 
]>rincipal; Miss Ineva T Gash, ^liss Mai-y D Robinson, 
Miss ^lary Lanier; Miss ]Margaret Smith; Miss Eliza- 
beth Bernard and Miss Irene ]McLoud, teachers. 

The Factory School — Nr Asheville Cotton Mills, 
Miss Queen M Carson and Mrs Lottie R Barr, teachers. 

The Parish School — Biltmore; Miss Antoinette 
Adickes, prin; Miss Frances Matison, asst. 

(COLORED) 

Valley Street (Jraded School (c) — Valley n e cor 
Catholic ave; E H Lipscombe, prin; teachers, V L Bur- 
rell, Mamie Martin, Lelia E Rankin, Hattie V Earle, 
Nannie V Ashe, Mamie E Peebles, Mattie N Johnson. 
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES— PRIVATE. 

Asheville College for Girls and Y'ouug AVomen — 
Oak n e cor E College. Offers: First, preparatoiy 
course, which admits to the best colleges and univer- 
sities; second, college courses of high order leading to 
degrees; third, seminary courses, less severe than the 
college requirements, with diploma of graduation; 
fourth, thorough course in music, art and elocution; 
for catalogue and further information, address the 
}>resident, Archibald A Jones, Asheville, N C. Officers 
of Governiment and Instruction: Archibald A Jones A 
^[, pi'es; William H Morton, B S, v-pres: ArchiTbald A 
Jones, A M, Prof of Psychology and Political Econo- 
my; Wm H Morton, B S,' Prof of Mathematics; Olive R 
Ross, Prof of English Language and Literature; Anna 
Bernkopf, Prof of Alodern Jjanguages; Elizabeth K 
Ford, Prof of Natural Science; Annette Stayt, Prof of 
Latin; Mrs Wm H Morton, Instructor in Mathematics; 
Eva E Hamilton, Instructor in Elocution and Physical 
Culture; Mrs Archibald A Jones, Instructor in Current 
History; Mrs M C Tobin, Principal Preparatory De- 
partment; Sarah G Epes, Instructor in Histoij. 
Schools of Music and Art : Albin Oswald Bauer (Grad- 





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uate of Kojal Conservatory, Leipzig, Germany), Direc- 
tor and Instructor on Piano; Carji Florio, Prof of Or- 
gan; Florence La\M-ie. Teacher of \'^ocal Culture; M F 
Connell, Teacher Violin; Mrs Archibald A Jones, In- 
structor in Theory and Harmony; Jennie iM Lowell, 
Director of Art School; Bessie Holmes Jones, Libra- 
rian and Secretary to the President. Administration : 
Archibald A Jones, General Manager; Mrs Mary Vin- 
cent Jones, Director of College Home. 

Bingham School — Bingham Heights. Faculty: Col 
Eobt Bingham, A]M, LLD, Supt (Bingham School, Uni- 
versit}' of North Carolina); Major R T Grinnan (Uni- 
versity of Virginia); M C Milleuder, MD (Bingham 
School, University of North Carolina, University of 
Virginia, New York Polyclinic Postgraduate School), 
Surgeon; Capt J S Williams, AB (Bingham School, 
ITniversity of North Carolina); Capt. Jno A Perry (13th 
Infantry, JJ S Army), Prof of Military Science and Tac- 
tics, (Four years' detail began Dec 28, 181)7); Captain 
Darius Eatman, AB (Horner School, University of 
North Carolina); Capt James A Gwyn, PhB (Univer- 
sity of North Carolina); Capt Jas LeConte Davis, BS 
(South Carolina College). Communications should be 
addressed to Col Eobt Bingham, Asheville, N C. 

The Normal and Collegiate Institute for Y'oung 
Women, S Main St Victoria, Asheville. N C. Under 
care of the Northern Presbyterian Church. Opening- 
Sept of each year. Offers: 1. A Normal Course for 
the thorough training of teachers under instructors 
from the best normal schools. 2. A Commercial 
Course, including stenography, typtnvriting, bookkeep- 
ing, etc. ?>. A Course of Domestic Science, including 
(a) Scientific Cooking, (b) Draughting, Cutting, Fitting 
and Making of Garments. 1. An admirable Musical 
Department has been provided under trained and ex- 
perienced teachers. Systematic study of the Bible in 
all departments. Terms for board and tuition in any 
of the departments, |50 per term. For catalogue, ad- 
dress Rev Thos Lawrence, DD, Asheville, N C. Facul- 
ty: Rev Thos Lawrence, DD, Pres, Evidences of Chris- 
tianity and Bible Study; Mrs Thos Lawrence, Principal 
and Treas; Miss Mary L Mattoon, Associate Principal, 
Psychology, History & Physical Culture; Miss Minnie 
B Woodworth, Latin; Miss Mable K Dixon, Mathe- 
matics and Normal ]\Iethods; Miss Minnie E Joy, Nat- 
ural Sciences; Miss Alice N Wightman, English; Miss 



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M Ethelyn Harper, Preparatory Department; Miss 
Maud Mary Morgau, Instrumeutal and Vocal Music; 
Miss Isabel K Hubbard, Instrumental Music & Draw- 
ing; Miss Katharine J Mecliling, Stenography, Type- 
writing, Bookkeeping and Penmanship; Miss Ella 
Hubbard, Sewing, Dressmaking and Millinery; Miss 
M Elizabeth Gist, Matron; Miss Ella Bickerstaff, Scien- 
tific Cooking; Miss Lyda Mechliug, Assistant Matron. 

Deavers Hall School — West Asheville. Miss Azalie 
Creasman, teacher. 

Misses Champion — 261 Chestnut. 

Ravenscroft High School — 95 Church. Prof Frank 
Valentine, A M prin; Prof Thou W A^aleutine, A B, 
asst. 

Skyland Institute — Grady street. Day school for 
boys and girls. Prof J S Dickey, principal; Mrs J S 
Dickey and Miss Sallie Dickey, teachers. 

The Home Industrial School — S Main St Victoria. 
Faculty: Miss Florence Stephenson, principal; Miss 
Isadore A Heydenburk, matron; Miss Mary A Johns. 
Grammar Department; Mrs Ida I Williams, Interme- 
diate Department; Miss Frances Allison, Primary De- 
partment; Miss Sara Johnston, Vocal and Instrument- 
al Music; Ruth D Dean, Sewing Teacher; Ella M Bick- 
erstaffe, Cookery Teach<M-; ^liss Anna Coe, Domestic 
Science and Drawing. 

(COLORED.) 

Asheville Colored Industrial School— 249 E College. 
Miss Alsie B Dole, prin ; blisses Catherine E Doughty, 
Cosey Miller and Alice O'Rear, assts. 

St Matthias Episcopal School (c) — Cor S Beaumont 
and Valley. ^laiy J Hariis, teacher. 



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BAPTIST. 

Fern Hill Baptist Church— S Biltmore. Rev W P 
Southern, pastor. Services 1st and 3d Sundays, 11 
a m and 7:30 p m; Sunday-school, 9 a m; prayer-meet- 
ing, Wednesday, 7 p m. 

First Baptist Church — E College cor Spruce. Rev 
W M Amines, pastor. Sunday services, 11 a m and 8 
p m; Sunday-school, 9::!0 a m; prayer-meeting, 8 p m 
Wednesday. 

French Broad Baptist (Miurch — 24 N French Broad 
ave. Rev Chas Dui'ham. pastor. Sunday services, 11 



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Lving-in-Charity; The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy a d Surgery, and Ex-Kesiaent Phybiciaa 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give persoual 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

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a HI and 7:30 p m; Sunday-school, ;i p m; piayei'-meet- 
iug, Thursday, 7:30 p ni. 

West End Baptist ('hurdi — 40 Buxton. Rev A E 
Brown, pastor. Sunday services, 11 am and 7:30 p m; 
Sunday-school. 11:30 a ni; prayer-meeting, Wednesday, 
7:30 pni, Saturday, 7:30 p m. 

CHRISTIAK. 
Christian Cliurch — 67 N Spruce. F McCrary, in 
charge. Services Sunday 11 am; Sunday-school 10 am. 
rHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS. 
Services held in HilJiard Hall. 

EPISCOPAL. 
All Souls p4)iscopal Church — Biltmore. Rev R R 
Swope, pastor. Sunday services, 11 a m and 5 pm; 
Sunday-school, 3:30 p m. 

St Lukes E})iscopal Church — Chunn's Cove. Rev 
,.; Wm Rice, pastor. Services Sunday, 7:30 p m; every 

CO 4th Sunday, 11a m; Sunday-school, 3 p m. 

Tiinity Episco}»al Church — Church St s e cor Wil- 
— I low. Rev McNeely Dubose, rector. Sunday services, 

gs 11 a m and 5 p m; Sunday-school, 4 pm. 

:2 HEBREAV. 

c=i JEWISH SYNAGOGUE. 

^ ]Meets Hilliard Hall. S Lipinsky in charge. Ser- 

^ vices Fridav 8 p m; Saturdav, 9 am; Sabbath-school, 

11 a m. 

LUTHERAN. 
Saint Pauls Evangelical Lutheran Church. Meets 
Y M C A Hall. Rev C B Cox, pastor. Sunday ser- 
vices, 11 a m; Sunday-school, 10 a m. 
METHODIST. 
Bethel M E Church (South)— Blanton s w cor Phifer. 
Rev J R Moose, pastor. Sunday services, 11 a m and 
8 pm; Sunday-school, 9:45 a m; prayer-meeting, 8pm 
Wednesdav. 

Biltmore M E Church (South)— S Biltmore. Rev 
G G Harley, j)astor. Services 2d and 4th Sundays, 11 
a m and 7:30 ]> m; Sunday-school, 10 a m; prayer-meet- 
ing, Wednesdav, 7:30 p m. 

Central M E Church (South)— 25 Church St. Rev 
Ohas W Byrd, pastor. Sunday services, 11 a m, even- 
ing services at usual hour according to season; Sun- 
day-school, 9:30 am; prayer-meeting, Wednesday, 8 pm. 
Haywood St M E Church (South) — Haywood s w cor 
Buttrick. Rev H L Atkins, pastor. Sunday services, 



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11 a in and 7 :•")() j» iii; Snudny-school, 9:1.") a in; prayer- 
meeting, >\\'dnesday, 7:15 }> m. 

Xortli Aisheville M E Ciiurcli (Soutb) — Centre s w 
cor West. Rev E L Bain, pastor. Huudjiy services, 
10:30 a m and 8 p m; Sunday-school 11:85 a m; jirayer- 
meeting, Wednesday, 8 p m. 

^'()X 1)EX()M I XATIOXAL. 

(xospel Chapel — 20 ^'ancc. Rev Jos Cadwallader in H 

charge. Services Mondavt-', 0:30 p m. 

rRESBYrERIAX. g* 

First I'resbyteriau Chinch— 32 Church. Rev R F ^ 

Campbell, 1) I), pastor. Sunday services, 11 a m, 7:30 J* 

p m; Sunday-school, 9:30 a ui ; jirayer-meeting, Wednes- p 

day, 4 p m. ^ 

Oakland Heights X' iMesbyteriau— In connection 
with X and C Institute. Ri'v F M Fox, pastor. Ser- ^ 

vices, Sunday 11 a ni. Otlu^r services held in the Inst. 7^ 

South Side l*resbyterian Church — Southside ave. S* 

Rev J W Holladay, pastor. Services Sunday 11 a m, 
7:30 p m; Sundav-school, 3. ]> m. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

Saint Lawrence Catholi<- (.'hurch — Haywood St bet ^ 

Flint and Montford ave. Kev Father ]\Iarion, pastor. 
Sunday services, nuiss and sermon, 11 a m; vespers and 
benedictus, 8 p m; Sunday-school, 12 m; mass during 
week, 7:30 a m. 

SEVENTH HAY ADYENTL^TS. 

Seventh Day Adventists Church — Church meeting 
place. "The Pines." Elder Chas L Burlingame in = 

charge. Services 11 a m Sabbath (Saturday); Sab- jjp 

bath-school, 10 a m; Tract and Missionai-y Society k Q 

meets Wednesday evening at 8 p m; F DeVault, secy -^ Q, 

and treas. ^ q' 

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BAPTIST. C ^ 

First Baptist Church — Cor Pine and Hazzard. W 3 

H Dixon, pastor. Sunday services, 11 a m, 3 p m and ^ 

7:30 p m; Sunday-school, 9 a m; prayer-meeting, 7:30 :< 

p m, Wednesday. ^ 

Friendship Ba[)tist Chur( h — 20 Bailey. Jno Gar- 3 

rett, pastor. Sunday services, 3 and 7:30 p m; Sun- ^-. £2 (JQ 

day-school. 10 a m. ^ ^ 

Slount Zion P>a])tist Church — 18 Eagh\ Rev Nel- "^ ^ W 

sou, pastor. Sunday services, 11 a m, 3 p m and 7:30 ^ g 

p m; Sunday-school, 9 a 111; prayer-meeting, Wednes- h- « 

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EPISOOPAK ~ 

St ]\Iattliias Episcopal Church — Cor S Beaumont 
and A^alley. Kev H S McDuliej', pastor. Services 
Sunday, 11 a m and 1 p m; Sunday-school, .3 j) m; ser- 
vices AVednesdav, S p m. 

METHODIST. 

A M E Zion Church — S Pine nr College. Rev L S 
Flagg, pastor. Sunday services, 11 a m, 3 and 8 p m; 
Sunday-school, UMO a m; prayer-meeting, Wednesday, 
8 p m. 

A M E Zion Church— 217 E College. J W Wright, 
pastor. Sunday services, 11 a m and 8 pm. Sunday- 
school, 9 am; ^jrayer-meeting, Wednesday, 8 pm. 

South Asheville M E Church — Kenilworth. Rev 
Fortune, pastor. — Sundav services, 11 am and 7:30 pm. 
PRESBYTERIAN. 

Calvary Presbyterian Church — 55 Eagle. Rev C B 
Dusenberry, pastor. Sunday services, 3:30 and 8 pm; 
Sunday-school, 11 a m; prayer-meeting, Wednesday, 
8 p m. 

Livingstone Pi'esbyterian Church — A'ictoria. Chas 
B Dusenbury, pastor. Services, 2d and 4th Sundays, 
11 a m; Sunday-school, 3 ]) m. 

Y. M. C. A. 

Young ]S[en"s Chiistian Association. — 20 Patton ave; 
C W Brown, president; W V Snider, v-ju-est; O B Van 
Horn, genl secretary; J A Nichols. Directors: W A 
Blair, J H Weaver, B M Lee, J L Rich, B S Davis, G L 
Hackney, G R Collins, AA' M Jones, H Redwood, Dr 
C L Minor, J P Howatt. Association well equipped for 
the social, mental, ]>hysical and s])iiitual improvement 
of young men. Reading-rooms, library and gymnasium. 
Ladies' Auxiliary to Y AI C A — Miss Ada Morse, presi- 
dent; Mis's Ida Alexandei-, secretary; ^Nfrs O B Van 
Horn, treasurer. 

(COLORED) 

Young lien's Institute — p]agle s e cor Alarket; an 
institution for the improvement of young color(Hl men; 
organized 1803. E H Ivipscomb, ])rest;, J A Wilson, 
vice-jiresidenit; T E Owens, genl secy. Trustees: Dr 
Swope and Chas McNaiiiee. 0])en from 8 a m to 10 
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CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS 

Aslieville Flower Mission and Associate Charities — 
meets at 4 Woodfin (Mrs J A Burroughs), 1st Monday 
in each month at 4 ]> m; ]\lrs W C Carmichael, prest; 
Mrs L A Farinholt, secy; Mrs W W Barnard, treas. 

Kindergarten Association — ^Nleets in Y M C A Hall, 
third Monday in each month at 4 p m ; Mrs E H Craig, 
prest; Mrs H T Collins, v-prest; Mrs H Taylor Rogers, 
secy; ]Mrs L A Farinholt, treais 

Lindley Training Rescue School — Meets at Mrs M E 
Hilliard's 105 S ]Main; Mrs M E Hilliard, prest; Mrs Jas 
Campbell, secy. 

The Children's Home — 17 Charlotte St; Home for 
ori»han and destitute children; J P Sawyer, prest. 
Executive committee: Mrs T B Doe, Miss Fannie Pat- 
ton and A I) Sawyer. Mrs ^1 M Meadows, matron. 

Allen Industrial Home for Colored Girls— 249 E Col- 
lege; jNIiss Alice B Dale, supt. 

Women's Reformatory— City Hall Bldg; Mrs T C 
Collins, matron. 

CEMETERIES 

Riverside Cemetery — Pearson Drive bey limits; The 
Asheville Cemetery Co pro]>rietors ; W S Cornell, supt. 
Hebrew Cemeterj- — Pearson Drive bey limits 

HOSPITALS 

Mission Hospital (Charitable) — Charlotte, n e cor 
Woodfin; established 1886; Mrs Ella H Morrison, presi- 
dent; Mrs W D Houghteling, v-prest; Miss F L Patton, 
treas; Mrs M E Child, secretary; Miss A Wogloni, su- 
perintendent. 

SANITARIUMS 

Quisisana Nature Cure Sanitarium — 107 S Frencli 
Broad ave. Dr Chas Schulze, head phys (gents dej)t); 
Miss Minna Kuepper (ladies dept); Miss Lina Kuepper, 
secretary; Edwin Gruner, masseur. 

The Winyah Sanitarium — X Pine cor Baird St. Es- 
tablished 1888; diseases of the lungs and throat treat- 



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The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Imported and Ocmestic Cigars Sold by tiie M at Factory Prices at the 

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ed. 1)1* Kail von Ruck propr and medical director; 
AA'm A Sehoenlieit, secj^ and treas; Dr H J Obapman, 
house physician. 

WOMEN'S EXCHANGE. 

Women's Exchange — 8 N Court Sq; Mrs Theo David- 
son, prest; Mrs Karl von Kuck, treas; Mrs R F Camp- 
bell, secy. 

LIBRARIES 

Asheville Library Association — Palmetto building S 
Court Square. Organized 1879. Haywood Parker, 
pi-est; Alex ^^Vbb, v-prest; W R Heston, treas; Miss 
Annie (.■ Williams, secretary; Miss Emily J Hatch, li- 
brarian. Executive Committee: Haywood Parker, 
Alex ^^>hb, A\' R Heston, :\liss Annie c\A'illianis, W B 
(xwyn, AV B Williamson, Julius Martin, J D Eggleston, 
jNIiss Fannie Ij l*attoin. Libi-ary open 10 to 1 and 3 to 
<) (winter), and 10 to 1 and 4 to 7 (summer). 

Law l^ibrary Association — 23 Legal building; J G 
Merrimon, ])rest; Haywood Parker, secy and treas. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND HALLS 

Armory — 3d floor county court House. 
Barnard Building — N w cor ("ourt Sq, cor Patton 
ave. 

Campbell Building — Church Street. 

County Court House — Court Square. 

City Hall— E Court Square 

Dickerson' Building — S Court Square. 

Drhumor lilock — l*atton ave, cor Church. 

Fed*-ral Building — Pa'ttoii ave cor Haywood 

Hendley Building — N Court Square 

Hilliard Building— 37^ S Main 

Jr O r A M Hall— Over 3!) Patton ave. 

Legal Building — S Court Square. 

Masonic Hall — 33 Patton ave. 

Maxwelton Building — 40-42 Patton ave. 

McAfee Building — 32 Patton ave. 

Opera House Building — 41-43 Patton ave. 

Paragon liuilding — Patton ave, cor Haywood. 

Post Oftice — Patton ave. cor Havwood. 



MSON & CO. '""""^ZkroSr"^'' 

stery Goods, Etc. 



IS Patton Avenue. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWiLD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone Mo. 99. 



Store: 44- Patfnn Avenue, 
Telejjhone No. 132. 



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fcNondlev Building — 44 Patton ave. 
Temple Court — Entrance 49 Patton ave. 

Y M C A Hall— 2G Patton ave 

Y M I Hall (colored) — Eagle, cor Market. 

MILITARY 

Tlie Asheville Light Infantry, Co G — Second Regt 
N C S G — Meet in Armory, County Courthouses every 
Thursday at 8 p m; T W Brookhart, captain; S O 
Smith, 1st Lieut; Arch Nichols, 2d Lieut. 

The Blue Ridge Rifles, Co F— 2d Regt N C S G. 
Meet in armory. County Courthouse every Tuesday 
and Friday at 8 p m. H C Chedester, cay)tain; C D 
Clarke, 1st IJeut; Richard Hampton, 2d Lieut. 

NEWSPAPERS 

Asheville Daily Gazette — 4 ISI Court Square; issued 
daily except Monday; Weekly edition issued Thurs- 
day a m. The (xazette I'ublishing Co, proprs and pub- 
lishers; James E Norton, editor. 

Asheville Pictures and Pencilings — 95 E College; is- 
sued monthly. A H McQuilkin, editor and propr. 

Epworth News — 4 N ('ourt Square; issued semi- 
monthly; Geo L Hackney, editor and proprietor. 

Our Mountain Home — 8-9-10 McAfee Building; is 
sued semi-monthly; Be;ill & Stoner, proprs and pub- 
lishers. 

The Asheville Daily Citizen — S Court Sq; issued 
daily and semi-weekly. The Citizen Co, proprs and 
publrs; John ]* Kerr, editor-in-chief. 

The Asheville Register — 12 N Court Square; pub- 
lished every Friday morning; Roberts & Arnold, pro- 
prietors and publrs. 

SECRET AND BENEVOLENT ORGANIZATIONS 
CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA. 

Branch No 82G. Organized January 1st, 1899; Meet 
95 Haywood street first Sunday, TrJiO p m, and third 
Tuesday 8 p m. Frank O'Donnell, prest; P J Lange, 
v-prest; A Brandl, rec secy; A G Williams, fin secy, 
Pat McInt^Te, treas; Fred Ward, S at A; John Fisher, 
sentinel; Jos Ficker, librarian; Rev Father Marion,, 
spiritual dii-ector. 




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(Hall over 18-1'0 Cbui-ch). 

Asheville Encampment No 2 — Meet in I O O F Hall 
every 1st and 3d Friday niglits; L B McBrayer C P; 
H O Bramau, HP; S P Burton, S W; B H Cosby, S; 
J I* Sawyer, Treas; Geo S Artlinr, J AY. 

French Broad Lodge No 172 (Biltmore) — Meet every 
IMonday night. A J Garren, N G ; C H Bartlett, V G ; 
J M Martin, Kec Seey; C Bending, F S; D B Lipe T. 

Sulphur Springs Lodge No 180 (West Asheville) — 
Meet every Thursday night. S D Hall, N G; W H 
Wright, Y G; J M Smith, F S; J R Reynolds, R S; H 
h Herren, Treas. 

Swannanoa Lodge No 50 — Meet every Tuesday 
night. G S Fullam, N G; H O Braman, V G; L W 
Jeannare't, R S; B H Cosby, F S; J P Sawyer, Treas. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER HEPTASOPHS. 



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Asheville Conclave No 405 — Meet s w Court Square 
every 4th Monday night. G L Hackney, Archon; E L 
Bain, Secy; B F Reeves, Provost; A W McFee, Finan- 
cier. 

JR. ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS. 

Asheville Council No — Meet in I O O F Hall every 
Monday niglnt. F A Walton, C; Archie Nicfhols, Y C; 
T H Drakeford, R S; S S Pope, F S. 

K. OF H. 

Swannanoa Lodge No 040 — Meet in Hilliard Hall 
1st and third Monday nights each month. J H Lee, 
Dictator; J H Boardman, Y D; R L Fitzpatrick, A D; 
W B Gwyn, Rep; R J Stokely, F Rep; J W Albright, 
Chap; A Crawford, Treas. 




KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR. 

Blue Ridge Lodge No 1799 — Meets 2d and 4th 
Thursday evening in each month at Lindsey's Art Par- 
lors, cor Court Square and S Main; T S Lindsey, P; 
J W Summers, Secv. 



ASHEVILLE 
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J. D. FLUHMER. Manarer. 



Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
Control City Street-Car Advertising. 

Prepare and place Newspaper Advertising. 
Contractors for Western North Carolina. 

Office in Opera Hoase Bolldlnr* 



The Normal and . . . 
Co llegiate Institute 



^ ASHEViLI 

Under Care of the Northern Presbyterian 

OPENING SEPTEHBER OF EACH YEAR 

OFFERS 

1. ^BP^inal. '.. i.ur.s'.' for the '^^^Jiers 
under msBaEC'''''- ''■'>'!! !'i'' ''•'.--t 

2. A 
writing. Bod 

3. A CouriJ^^H^Bfe^^^^^^^^^^!^<jjB^R^^i) Scientitic 
Cooking, (b) Draugmn^^^H^^^^f^H^HValmigof (niniients. 

4. An admirable MWi(^rl^[Ta^niRit has been i)ro\-ided 
under trained and experienced teachers. 

Systematic study of the Bible in all Departments. 
Terms for board and tuition in any of the departments 
^50.00 per term. 

For Catalogue, address 

REV. THOS. LAWRENCE, D.D., 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



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in ail the eest Grades of Coal. 

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K. OF P. 

(Hall, Hilliard Building). 

. Asheville Lodge No 106 — Meet every Friday night 
at 8 p m. T R Harrison, C C; K ^I Wells, V C C; Dr 
J \V Pelham, Prelate; E Carland, K of R & S; S J E 
Cain, M of W; W B Bruton, M at A. 

Pisgah Lodge No 32 — Meet every Thursday night at 
8 p m. Zeb Weaver. O C; C W Brown, V C C; S 
Lipinsky Prelate; H L Morris, K of R & S; J R Hare, 
M of V^'; W A Latimer, M at A. 

MASONIC. 

(Hall 33 Patton ave). 

Alpha Lodge No 1 A and A 8 R — ^Meet in Masonic* 
Hall, subject to call. 

Asheville Chapter No 25, R A M — Meet at Masonic 
Hall second Thursday in each month at 8 p m. Elec- 
tion of officers June 1st, 1899. 

( 'yrene Conimandery No 5 Knights Templars — Meet 
at Masonic Hall fourth Thursday in each month at S 
]) m. Election of officers June 1st, 1899. 

Mount Hermon Lodge A F and A M — Meet at Ma- 
sonic Hall first Thursday in each month at 8 p m. 
Election of officers June 1st, 1899. 

NATIONAL UNION. 

Beaumont Council No 589 — Meet No 1 and 2 Pal- 
metto Bldg second Friday in each month at 4:30 p m. 
Will Aiken, Brest; Julius C Martin, Secy; J E Dicker- 
son, F S. 

ROYAL ARCANUM. 

French Broad Council No 701— Meet K of P Hall, 
2d and 4th Monday in each month at 8 p m. H C 
Chedester, Regent; S Lipinsky, Secy. 

UNITED ORDER OF THE GOLDEN CROSS. 

Asheville Commandery No 638 — Meet in Starnes's 
Bldg N Main 2d Friday night each month; R B Rob- 
erts, N C. 

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. 

Balsam Camp No 1— Meet in I O O F Hall 2d Tues- 
day night each month. J T Bynum, C C; W C Mc- 
Connell, Clerk. 



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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

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MAi^ONIC. 

Beauty of the West Lodge Xo 42 — ;Meet at 7i s w Ct 
Square 1st and ;kl Monday in eacli mouth. Thomas 
Oglesby, W :M; J C Ford, S; J \^ Miller, Treas. 

Venus Lodge No G2 — Meet at 7^ s w Court Square 
2d and 4th Monday in each month. T A Woods, ^\' il ; 
J J Xipson, S; Isaac Dickson, Treas. 

R. K. OF K. D 

Western Star Lodge Xo 27 — Meet at 7^ s w Court 
Sq 1st and 2d Tuesday in each month. A K Leather- 
wood, A\' M; — Gaston, Secy. 

DAUGHTEKS OF SPHIXX. 

Oriental Court Xo 1 — Meet at 7-^ s w Court Sq 1st 
vind 3d Monday afternoon in each month; Sarah .J 
iToung, ^^' :M; Hester I'atton W V M; C AV Wright, 
W E C. 

SOCIETIES, CLUBS, ETC 

Asheyille (Jlub — ;>d floor Drhumor bldg; D C Wad- 
dell Jr, prest; Dr Chas S Jordan, y-prest; J D Carrier, 
secy and treas. Executiye Committee: E V McKis- 
sick, L 1* McLoud, Hay\yood I'arker, Clarence Rankin. 

Medical Society of Buncombe County — Meet in City 
Hall eyerj' 2d Monday night. J A Burroughs, prest; 
F T ^Meriwether, y-prest; H L Baird, secy; C V Reyn- 
olds, treas. 

Xorth Carolina Society V C A — room 4 I*aragon 
bldg. H X Lockwood, prest; Mrs L M Pease, y-prest; 
Mrs H T Collins, 2d y-prest; A Thomj^son, secy and 
treas. 

Republican Club — Otto Hildebrandt, prest; A C 
Roberts, secy; R B Roberts, treas. 

The Swannanoa Country Club — Present Club House 
on Lookout Mountain St car line. Will remove about 
July 1st to new Club House on Sunset Mountain. Dr 
S Westray Battle, prest; J J McClosky, secy. 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union — Meet at 
Gospel Chapel, 20 Vance St last Thursday in each 
month. Mrs A A Cadwallader, prest; Mrs R L Fitz- 
patrick, secy; Mrs M E Hilliard, treas. All are invited 
to attend. 



L A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmacy Go. 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



OPPOSPE 

Postoffice. 



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Zeb Vance Democratic Club — 49 S Main. Meet 
every Monday at 8 p ni. J K DuP>ose, prest; J R Ricli. 
v-prest; J B Ei'win, secy. 

U. C. V. 

Zebulon "S'ance Cani]) No 081 U C V — Meet in City 
Hall bldfi". F ]M ^Miller Com; J P Sawyer, 1st l.ieut; 
W S Mui-ray. 2d Lieut; C >\' Worley, Vjd Lieut, J P. 
Cain, Adjt; W R West, Jr, Chap; Dr R W Cooper, Sur; 
Sanil Frady, Q M; Jas Presley, Color Bearer. 

SONS UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS. 

Cam]> Johnston I'ettigrew — ^leet in City Hall on 
call Marcus Erwin, Commandant. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

.^Larion Roberts I'ost No 41 — Meet over 12 N Ct S(( 
4th day in each month. W \V Rollins. Com; Otto Hil- 
debrandt, Adjt. 

TRADE ORGANIZATIONS 

Asheville Typo<>raphical Union, No 2G3 — Meets in 
Hall over 39 Patton ave first Monday in each month 
at () p m. J S Eajtau. ju-est; Shelby Hamrick, v-prest; 
R C Frank, secy; E W Whiteside, treas; P J Johnson, 
s at a. 

Retail Clerks L'nion — Meet every Tuesday night 
over 39 Patton ave. A D Stoner, pres; J O Blair, vice- 
prest; Miss Annie G Freeman, treas; J L Lingerfelt, 
tin secy; J C AA'ilbar, guardian; H K ^f organ, guide. 

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE COMPANIES 

.Vsheville Telephone Co — over 11 Patton ave. W S 
Proctor, mgr. 

Southern Bell Telejdione and Telegraph Co — 12 N 
Court Square (2d tloor). J H Weaver, mgr. 

Western Union TelegrajJi Co — 51 S Main. J H 
Drakeford, mgr; Branch, Battery Park Hotel. A W 
Drakeford, opr. Branch Kenilworth Inn, Fred Mor 
ris, opr. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES 

Southern Express Co — 72 S Main. B F Slatou, agt, 



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The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



el Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Crads Wines and Liquors Served by 
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BANDS 

Aslieville IJaud and Oi-chestra — H'dquarters Falk's 
ilusie House. C N AVebster, mgr. 

Cobb & Heinenwaj's Orchestra — Louis A Cobb, 
leader; Battery Park Hotel. 

THEATERS 

Grand Opera House — 4:143 I*atton ave. J L) Plum- 
mer, manager. 

STREET RAILWAYS 

Asheville & Biltmore St Ry & Transportation Co — 
Incor. Capital |25,000. W 't Weaver, pres & ge.ul 
manager; T F Davidson, v-prest; W B Williamson, 
treas; C E AA'addell, supt and elecn; S A Johnson, chf 
engr of power station. 

Inter-Montane St R R Co — office at Pearson's bridge. 
J S Adams, prest; J S Adams, Jr, mgr and supt. 

The Asheville St R R Co — incor; 1 s w Court Sq. 
J E Rankin, receiver; B M Jones, secy, R J Sherrill, 
supt. 

RAILROADS 

SOUTHERN RAILW^^Y. 
STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 




(GOING SOUTH) 

Asheville 

Biltmore 2 

Buena Vista 5 

Busbee 8 

Skyland 9 

Arden 11 

Fletchers U 

Hillgirt IS 

Balfour IJ) 

Hendersonville 22 

Flat Rock 25 

Zirconia 30 

Saluda 34 



Melrose 37 

Tryon 43 

Landrum 4G 

Bennetts 49 

Campobella 51 

Gramlin 54 

Mascott 55 

Inman 58 

Campton 60 

Spartanburg jc 68 

Spartanburg 70 

Glendale 75 

Rich Hill 78 

Pacolet 81 



LLIAMSON & GO. 



IS Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUCS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE $c COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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Jones villo. . * 88 

Orrs 91 

Bonliani 9o 

Union 98 

8autuc 106 

Carlisle . . \ Ill 

Herbert 117 

Shelton 118 

Clayton 11!) 

Lvlesford 121 

]ilairs 128 

Strotbers 125 

Dawkins 129 

Parrs 136 

Alston 137 

Columbia 163 

(GOING NOKTH) 

Asbeville 

Emma 2 

Sulphur Springs 5 

Hominy 9 

Turnpike 14 

Canton 18 

Clyde 23 

Waynesville 28 

Balsam 36 

Hall 41 

Addie 43 

Sylva 47 

Dillsboro 49 

Wilmot 55 

Whittier 59 

Bryson Cily 65 

Busbnell 77 

Almond 85 

Hewitts 94 

Xantahala 96 

Topton 100 

Rbodo 103 

Andrews 108 

Tomotla 118 

Murphy 124 



(GOING EAST) 

Asbeville 

Biltmore 3 

Black Mountain 16 

Round Knob 26 

Marion 42 

Morganton (53 

Connellys Springs . . . . 74 

Hickory 84 

Newton 94 

Statesvillc 116 

Cleveland 139 

Salisbury 142 

Spencer 144 

Holtsburg 149 

Linw^ood 152 

Lexington 158 

Conrads 163 

Thomasville 169 

High Point 17G 

Jamestown 181 

Greensboro 191 

Morebead 200 

Brown's Sumuiit 203, 

Benaja 206 

lieidsvillc 215 

Sadler 218 

Kuffin 22i 

Pelbam 231 

Stokesland 234 

Danville 239 

North ])auvil]<' 241 

Fall Creek 247 

Dry Fork 252 

Chatham 257 

Whittles 262 

Galveston 263 

Franklin .Innc 267 

Sycamore 272 

Motleys 275 

Hurt.* 278 

Lynchs 282 

Otter River 284 

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Lawyer's Road 294 

Lucado 291) 

Durmid 302 

Lynchburg 305 

Bnfoi'ds 310 

Monroe 312 

Mclvors 313 

Amherst 310 

New (xlasg'ow 324 

Tye River 327 

Arliugton 331 

Montreal 335 

Elnia 33S 

Roekfish 342 

Fabers 344 

(^ovesville 349 

North Garden 354 

Red Hill 357 

Arrowhead 358 

Hiekorv Hill 361 

Charlottesville 365 

Rio 36S 

Proffit 372 

Gilbert 376 

Bnrnley's 379 

Barboiirsville 382 

Somerset 386 

^[ontpelier 389 



Orange 393 

Rapidan 399 

Mitchells 404 

Winston 400 

(Jiilpepper 410 

Inlet 413 

Brandy 416 

Elkwood 418 

Remington 422 

Bealeton 425 

Midland 428 

Calvertou 432 

Catletts 434 

Nokesville 438 

Bristow 441 

Manassas 445 

Clifton 451 

Fairfax 455 

Sidebnrn 456 

Burkes 458 

Ravensworth 460 

Ditchley 462 

Springfield 463 

Edsalls 465 

Seminary 469 

Alexandria 471 

Washington 478 





FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



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Gas and Electric Bells. Large Sample Rooms on Main Street 



Jllooiit VeFDOD Hotel 

Situated near the junction of the Southern and the 
W. N. C. Railroads. 



NEWLY FURNISHED AND 
FIRST-CLASS . 



P. A. FRERCKS, 

Owner and Proprietor. 



SALISBURY, N. C 



St. Cloud Hotel 



CONCORD, N. C. 

Modern Brick Building. 
-Well Furnished Rooms. 



Electric Bells and Lights and Water- on Each Floor. Large 

Sample Rooms on First Floor. Omnibuses meet all 

trains. Patronage Solicited. 



Rates, $2 Per Day. Special Rates by Week of Month. 

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Headquarters for Commercial Men. 



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Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Mp\M and Duinastic Digars Sold by \k Bsx at Factory Prices at t!i8 

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For Good Fare, Good Service and Good 
Accom modations. 

Rates are 25 Cents Rer Meal or $1.00 Per Day. 
Special Rates to Regular Boarders. 

THE BEST $1.00 A DAY HOTEL IN THE STATE. 

Morris Caldwell, Clerk. F. S. Pharr, Proprietor. 

HOTEL CARROLINA 

DURHAM, N. C. 



For Comfort and Luxury stop at 
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jneisuui^ ^ uu. bedding, 

Is'pattoTrA^enue. Upholstery Goods, Etc. 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO. 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



OPPOSITE 

POST .. 
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1S9!)-1900 CITY DIBEOTORY 

VOLUME II. 



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1900 



ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

Street and Avenue Directory. 

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

Court square is the central point of the city. College street and 
Patton Avenue divide the northern arid southern sections of the City ; 
North and South Main streets divide the eastern and western sec- 
tions of the city. 

ASTERISK (*) OPPOSITE NAME DENOTES MARRIED 



ADAMS STREET 

First east French Broad 
Ave, runs from Bartlett s 
w to Soutliside Ave 



ANN STREET 

Fifth west of N Main, 
runs from Patton Ave n 
to Havwood 



14 Vacant 

18 T L Durham* 

19 Dr L N Durham* 

20 H E Burns* 



ARLINGTON STREET 

First north of Woodfin, 
runs from Charlotte s e to 
North Pine 



25 J M Lorick* 

26 Vacant 



ASTON STREET 

See Willow 



ASTON LANE 

Continuation of Willow, 
begins at Church and runs 
southwest 

1 T) Harris* 

2 Miss Jennie B Grav 
12 Frank Crowell (c)* 
25 Wm White (c)* 



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ATKIN STREET 

Third s of Ct Sq, runs 
from S Main s e to limits 
9 Edward Hill (c)* 



WHEN YOU WANT A PRESCRIPTION FILLED, remember the head of our establishment, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

g COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST TOURIST 
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AIKEN ST.— Cont'd 
(Market intersects) 
15 Wesley Copening (c)* 
17 Adaline Ledbetter (c) 
(Valley intersects) 
A Lang* 
A B Sitis* 
B F Bernard* 

40 Jos E Meares 

41 Chas St V Zimmerman 



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ATKINSON STREET 

Fifth w of Montford Ave, 
runs from Hill and Hay- 
wood n w to limits 

5 J A Lyerly* 

6 W H Shofifner* 
13 J Priestly (c)* 

(William intersects) 
22 S Kobertson (c)* 

(View intersects) 
20 Vacant 
53 B F Farney (c)* 

(High intersects) 
93 J Stewart* 



AUGUSTA STREET 

First n e of Hilliard, runs 
from Murdock Ave to lim 



AVERY STREET 

(Or Riverside Drive), first 
w of French Broad River, 
runs n from depot to lim 

BAILEY STREET 

Third w of South Main, 
runs from Patton ave s w 
to South Side Ave 
20 Friendship Bap Ch (c) 

24 E B Powell,* bdg 

25 J H Carter,* bdg 
29 Mrs M M Hood 

32 W E Lawrence* 

33 Rev Wm Ward* 
38 Mrs R P Jones 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



38 Mrs E Hawkins 
42 W R Woodard* 
50 W M Crain* 
54 Harry Gelman* 
56 J M Heston* 
09 L Blomberg* 
70 Henry Redwood* 

73 C w' Stikeleather* 

74 The Bon Air 

77 J E Sonathers* 

78 C G Lee* 

80 A A Theobold* 

83 R H Lee* 

84 J 1) Candler* 

84 Mrs Linnie Davis 

87 Vacant 

88 Miss C P Walker 
(Phillips intersects) 

93 M Harding* 
95 J F Schultz* 
95 M J Lacy* 
90 Mrs E e' Hatch 
98 P L Bostic* 
101 Vacant 

104 John Baker* 

105 S D Pelham* 
107 W A Boyce* 
115 E C Chambers* 

132 J J Noland* 

133 Vacant 

134 A L Dye (c)* 

135 B Greenlee (c* 

136 M C Noland* 

137 J G Grant* 

138 W R Messer* 

139 O P Moorman* 

140 Alfred Ottinger* 

147 W^ C Templeton.* bdg 
(Morgan ave intersects) 
150 F M Jones* 

100 G W Donnan* 

101 Miss Raven Lewis 

177 A & B St Ry Shed 

178 Kate Whitson (c) 

179 N B Nelson* 



FURNITURE, , . . . 
CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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179 Mrs Launa C Ray 
182 Mrs L L Wainscott 
190 J M Steele* 
197 J G Sawyer* 
197^ C J Nelson* 
]99"M G Nix* 
201 J J Corbin* 
203 W A Davis,* grocer 

(Silver intersects) 
205 J D Ledford* 
209 Vacant 
211 C H Chumm* 
315 Mrs A V Davis 
315 Jos B Weaver* 

318 E L Hunt* 

319 D W Brown* 
321 Vacant 

323 T W Norvill* 

325 Vacant 

326 Miss Mary Johnson 

330 Sallie Kincaid (c) 

331 Vacant 

333 Junia Lydell (c) 

340 Miss Ellen Yarborough 

344 Peter Smith (c)* 

(Phifer intersects) 
350 W J Sprouse 
396 Chas Foster (c)* 
398 Wm Helton* 
400 Vacant 
402 Thos Parker (c)* 
404 Wm Miller (c)* 



BAILEY STREET (SHORT) 

First e of Bailey, rear 

Bailev St School 
20 E S Tweed* 
58 W A Morgan (c) 
75 J F Payne* 

101 Fannie Patterson (c) 

102 Matilda Hunt (c) 

108 Geo McConnaughey (c)* 
200 R P King,* shoemkr 
200 W E Calaway* 
261 Stanly Forney (c)* 



263 Henry Anderson (c)* 
267 Mrs Maggie Hampton 
300 W J Duckworth* 
303 Zion A Clement (c)* 

305 J W Blair* 

306 Vacant 

313 Mrs Susie (ilenn 

314 Phillis Robinson (c) 
316 Silas Warren (c)* 
320(A) Mrs S J Phillips 
320(B) D K Lyerly* 



BAIRD STREET 

Third north of Woodfin, 
runs from Charlotte south 
east to Sunset Drive 
40 H E Hair 
50 A T Davidson* 

(Reed intersects) 
66 Mrs J C Holmes 
(Pine intersects) 
96 Sallie Wilson (c) 
98 S A Gardin (c)* 
Cor Sunset Drive Hillside 
Cottage bldg 



BARTLETT STREET 

Fifth s Patton Ave, runs 
from Bailey n w to French 
Broad Ave, thence s w to 
Depot 



BEARDEN AVE 
Third u w of Haywood, 
runs from Montford Ave 
n e to Cumberland Ave 

15 W R Bearden* 

16 L M Bourne* 

18 E B Welles & Son 

18 E B Welles* 

20 Vacant 

22 A L Melton* 

27 G W Davis* 

31 Miss S M Yeatman 



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BEAUMONT STREET 

Begins at Valley, runs e 
to limits, thence n to Col- 
lege 

(GOING SOUTH) 
77 Jackson Hale (c)* 
86 Alfred Gaither (c)* 
88 John Whitson (c) 
101 Silas Williams (c)* 
105 Willis Clarke (c)* 
109 Geo Hampton (c)* 
115 Lina Collins (c) 
119 James Wilson (c) 
125 R V Porter (c)* 
137 Vacant 
lo9 Lewis Brown (c)* 
141 Geo N Smith (c)* 
149 Levina Akins (c) 
151 Jason Avery (c)* 
153 Geo Britton (c)* 

155 J W Downs (c)* 

156 Jas Rogers (c)* 

157 Phylis Harris (c) 

158 W^m Brown (c)* 
162 Thos Johnson (c)* 
166 John Wiggins (c)* 
175 Hady Randall (c) 

177 Jos Carter (c)* 

178 L D Evans (c),* grocer 

180 Henry AValk (c)* 

181 Lee Miller (c)* 

182 Weslev Wilson (c)* 
189 J V Miller (c)* 
191 Robt Smith (c)* 

213 P A Coins (c)* 

214 Vacant 

218 J R Kelson (c)* 
220 Harrison Wilson (c)* 
222 Alfred Wilson (c) ' 
250 Edward Evans (c)* 
252 John Gibson (c)* 
254 Williston Hunt (c) 
S e cor Valley St Matthias 
Episcopal Ch (c) 



S e cor Valley St Matthias 

Episcopal School (c) 
S e cor Vallev Z demons c* 
BENNETT STREET 

First n of North Main, 
runs from Merrimon Ave 
e to limits 
10 Otis Miller* 
10 Mrs H M Kellogg 
14 J P Starnes* 



BILTMORE 

Situated about two miles 
south of Asheville 

All Souls Episcopal Ch 
Biltmore Dairy 
Biltmore Drug Store 
Biltmore Electric Powr 

House 
Biltmore F.arms Supply 

Store 
Biltmore Harness Shop 
Biltmore Office 
Biltmore Postoffice 
Biltmore Roller Mills 
Biltmore Store, genl 

mdse 
Biltmore Village Shop 
Creasman T F* 
Denton J F* 
Divelbiss Edw* 
Donahoo S H* 
Drinker F L Miss 
Gatlin J W* 
Goodlake J W,* black 

smith 
Gossett R A* 
Halyburton J A* 
Hamilton J M* 
Johnson O N* 
Justice Lula Mrs 
Lipe J C* 
Lumpkins D W* 
Reed T J* 
Sharp F L* 



FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmacy Go 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



OPPOSITE 

Postoffice. 



1899-1900 OITY DIRECTORY 



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The Parish School 
The Swannanoa Ice & 

Coal Co 
Weudt F, barber 
Whitaker C R» 



BILTMORE (SOUTH) 

Situated s of Asheville, 
adjoining; Biltmore 

Abernathy Chas F* 
Abernethy Julius (c)* 

Barnett J G* 

Biltmore M E Church 
(South) 

Bradford W C* 

Brank A B* 

Brookshire J M* 

Burgin C H* 

Campbell Colin* 

Clapp W R* 

Clement G W* 

Davis R M* 

Davis S A* 

Edwards M T Mrs 

Fern Hill Bapt Ch 

Fowler C D* 

Frady Emnia E Mrs 

Gibson Edw* 

Goff A E Mrs 

Goodlake E A* 

Goodlake J W* 

Graham Jesse* 

Harley G G Rev* 

Jackson B A* 

Lipe D B* 

Lipe L A* 

Lipe T S* 

Martin John* 

McCarson Louisa Mrs 

McMahan P W* 

Milholland L A* 

Patton E W* 

Pinner J O* 



Porter J A* 
Presley G M* 
Reed J H* 
Reed W G* 
Roberts D S* 
Roberts J T* 
Smith J W M* 
Walton F A* 
Welmon Andrew* 
West Alex* 
Whitaker A S Dr* 
Williams Columbus* 
Williams G W K* 
Wilson F S Mrs 



BINGHAM HEIGHTS 

Northwest of city beyond 
French Broad river 



BLAKE STREET 

Fourth n w of Haywood, 
runs from Monteford Ave 
n e to Cumberland Ave 
3 H J Leszinsky* 

6 J E Tennent* 

7 Vacant 

8 Mrs L Munday 
J H Bosse* 



BLANTON STREET 

First w of liailey, runs 

from Silver Street w to 

Southside Ave 

2 J A Brinkley* 
10 A H Robertson* 
22 Mrs Susan Monteath 
24 C H Burton (c)* 

34 W R INiunders* 

35 E J Propst* . 
37 W D Simmons* 

50 Prof C Falk 

51 G C Lumley* 

58 W A Davis* 

59 J F Beck* 

60 G W Britt* 



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Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Grade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



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BLANTOX ST.— Cont'd 

60 G D Carter* 

61 G W Beck* 

97 J M :\Ic(?anless* 

98 S A McCanless* 
98 J W Lakej* 

101 J r Babin^ton* 
103 J M Spurlin* 
122 V'acant 
125 Vacant 

131 D W Misenheimer* 
131 E R Anderson* 
S w cor Phifer Bethel M E 
Church 



BORDER STREET 

Seventh e of North Main, 
runs from Chestnut n e to 
Hillside 



BRICK STREET 

Runs from Poplar s to 
Mountain and thence to 
limits 



BROAD STREET 

Fifth n of North Main 
runs from Merrimon Ave 
s e to (^hai^lotte 
46 J E Norton* 

(Liberty intersects) 
(Border intersects) 
90 M B Taylor* 
99 Vacant 
103 R B Justice* 

(Madison Ave intersects) 
127 R H Loder* 

129 J I Beall* 

130 P E Everhart 

131 W B Marlow* 
133 Geo L Hackney* 
135 Mrs ]\Ivra S Howell 
143 W W Goldsmith* 



WILLIAMSON & GO 



16 Patton Avenue. 



BUTTRICK STREET 

Sixth w of North Main, 
runs from Patton ave n vr 
to limits 

6 L J Penley,* wood yd 
8 Ashv Fdry & Mach'wks 

11 Rev H l/Atkins* 

13 T E Wilson* 

16 Mrs N J Crook 

20 Mrs L Berry 

26 Mrs M A Prather 

27 C L Rice* 

32 Mrs V Bridwell 

33 J Vance (c) 

35 Frances Howard (c) 

36 B Collins (c)* 

37 M Allen (c) 



BUXTON STREET 

First w of Park ave, runs 
from Haywood w to Rob- 
erts 

1 J M Elmore* 
3 W T Land* 
5 Wm Mc Lethco* 
9 J P Smith* 

25 H P May* 

26 ]Mrs R C Ewing, bdg 

27 W A Gill* 

28 ]Mrs Fannie Edwards 

29 J W Quakenbush* 

30 J B My rick 

31 J T Reynolds,* mt mkt 

34 Mrs Jane Sherman 
(Roberts intersects) 

35 M ]\r Ledford* 

36 W L Dillin.o-ham* 
40 West End Bap Ch 



CAROLINE STREET 

First n e of Murdock Ave. 
runs from Augusta s e to 
Charlotte 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUCS, 
LINOLEUM. Etc. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Patton Avenue. 
Telephone No. 132. 



1899 1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



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CARTER STREET 

(Or Maple Shade Place) 
fourth w of N Main, runs 
5 J W Kuvkendall* 
from Patton Ave n to lim 
5 D P Kuvkendall' 

11 J C Brown' 

13 Mrs I C Smith 

32 J H Brown* 



CATHOLIC AVE 

First n e of S Main, runs 
from Vallev e to limits 
1 John Alexander (c)* 

1 Giles Faucett (c)* 

2 Isaac Grant (c)* 

5 Samuel Taylor (c)* 
7 John Jackson (c)* 
9 Wm Bruton (c) 

10 Wm Flack (c) 

11 Floyd Ballard (c) 

12 M W Alston (c)* 

13 Alfred Garrett (c)* 
19 Jas Hamilton (c)* 
21 Wilson Smith (c)* 
25 Ambros Smith (c)* 

29 Sarah Lindsey (c) 

30 Thos A Wood (c)* 
50 J W Johnson (c)* 



CENTRAL AVE 

First e of N ]Main, runs 

from Woodfin n e to 

Chestnut 

4 C E Lunsford* 

4 A Wilson* 

6 Mrs Mary Bradford 

10 R E Kiibler* 

11 Vacant 

12 J C Bradford* 
14 B F Rives* 

17 Luke Lancaster* 
20 S W Mitchell* 
22 John Patton* 
22 Pink Patton* 



23 Mrs Frances Zageir 

25 W H Farley* 

27 Vacant 

31 T J Revell' 

42(41) B Swartzberg* 

45 Vacant * 

46 Mrs H L Baird 

53 Mrs C Opperman 

54 B Burnett* 

58 J W McElrath* 

61 Mrs S W^ Hines 

62 Vacant 

(Orange intersects) 
76 Mrs H L Baumgardner 
80 R H Roth* 

(Clavton intersects) 
86 W N Hatch* 



CENTRE STREET 

Second e of N Main, runs 
from Seney n to limits 

8 Rev E L Bain 

9 J Charles 
11 J G Moore* 
56 J H Barnard* 



CHARLOTTE STREET 

Second e of N Main, runs 
from Woodfin n e to lim 

4 Mrs Eliza Johnston 

5 Mission Hospital 

16 W O Muller* 

17 Childrens Home 

26 J W Cook* 

27 Dr G W Purefoy 
35 Mrs A Banks 

37 Miss M F Hawley 

38 Mrs M E Blackwood 
38J Vacant 

40 Vacant 
(Arlington Place intersects) 

60 M W^ Hamrick* 

61 M Erwin* 

62 G P Hamrick,* grocer 

63 Mrs L S Grant 



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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 



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CHARLOTTE ST.— Cont'd 
69 H K Dresser* 

76 Vacant 

77 Mrs H N Lowell 
(Clayton intersects) 

88 Vacant 

95 T W Patton* 

(Chestnut intersects) 
112 Mrs C F Penniman 

117 Dr J F Peavy* 

118 D R McKinnon* 
120 R E Bowles* 

(Broad intersects) 
(Baird intersects) 

151 F C Crosman* 

153 G A Sorels* 

156 G J Shepard* 

176 O Hildebrand 

178 T Parker (c) 

226 T Moore (c)* 

226 C W Goforth (c)* 

226 J J Wilkie (c)* 

226(rear) D S Hildebrand,* 
brick mfr 

245 N W Jones* 

324 C T C Deake* 

324 Idlewild Floral Co 

400 H White (c)* 



CHERRY STREET 

Fifth n of Patton ave 
runs froni N Main, s w to 
Montford are 

24 C E Robinson* 

25 Mrs L H Drakeford 

27 Dr J W Foreman* 

28 R P Portner 
30 A Brandt* 

32 A Rankin* 

57 Mrs M J Wilbar, bdg 

(Flint intersects) 
76 J L Baker* 

78 Mrs M L Clark 
80 F Stikeleather jr* 



86 W H Blanchard* 

90 A E Kuykendall* 

92 M Shas* 

94 A Blomberg* 
(Cumberland ave intersects) 
110 H B Brown (c)* 

112 Mary Rinehart (c) 

113 A R Leatherwood (c)* 

115 L Crawford (c)* 

116 C C Carter (c)* 

117 Emma Carson (c) 
120 S Ownbey* 

122 J G Buckner* 
127 J W Williams (c) 



CHESTNUT ST 

Fourth n of College, runs 
from N Main s e to N Pine 
and from Montford ave n 
e to N Main 

(GOING EAST) 
32 F M Jordan 
32 Miss S C Cathey 
43 J O Wallace* 
49 H Sarafian* 

(Highland intersects) 
56 Mrs M McD Holland 
61 J W Summers* 
69 Mrs Hannah Bedilion 
(Merrimon ave intersects) 
79 Vacant 

82 Mrs Harriet E Policy 
85 H B Stevens* 
89 G A Greer* 
99 Vacant 
102 J C Martin* 

(Liberty intersects) 
113 Vacant 
115 C N Jenks* 
117 T Pine* 
120 Vacant 

125 Mrs Chas E Dosser 
137 W W Barnard* 
137 Mrs Julia A Sluder 
139 Vacant 



ADVERTISERS, 



When you want to reach the EN IIRE 
population of Asheville, the ONLY 
way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thoroughfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J- D. PLUM ME R, Manager. Office in Opera House BuiidUig. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 



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140 Henry S Lambert* 
(Border intersects) 
146 W R Whitson* 

(Central ave intersects) 
152 Dr T C Smith 
158 Mrs M A LaBarbe 
IGl E B Stradley* 
161 O M Caston* 

(Madison ave intersects) 
168 Vacant 

168 Vacant 

169 Dr H B Weaver* 
172 S Sternberg* 

175 W W Rollins 
196 Wm P Clarke* 

198 L Rothenberg* 

199 J A Tennent* 

200 T C Westall 
209 H B Carter* 
212 F N Waddell* 

215 Vacant 

216 J A Williams* 
220 Vacant 

(Charlotte intersects) 
244 Oakhurst 
259 Vacant 
261 Mrs H Champion 
261 Misses Champion, 

vate school 
278 W W West* 

(GOING WEST) 
5 J II Ogden* 

7 J B Whiteside* 

8 Mrs S J Jeffery 

8 J Jarvis* 

9 J McD Whitson* 
12 G Brenizer* 
19 J N Neely* 
21 J D Nelson 



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17 W W Jones 
20 Vacant 
23 J D Burgin (c)' 
125 R B Glenn 



CHUNN STREET 

First e of Charlotte, runs 
from Baird n e to limits 
9 Mrs E G Kennan 
11 G Cooke* 



CHUNN'S COVE 

Situated e of city across 

mountain 



CHURCH STREET 

Second w of S Main, runs 
from Patton ave s to S 
Main 
S w cor Patton ave Arthur 
M Field,* mfg jewelr 
10 The Church St Restr 
(Second Floor) 

10 M H Johnston,* furu 

rms 

11 Hough & Roberts 

11 H A Dunham.* bicycls 
11^ Dr A W Calloway 
ll| Dr T E Linn 

12 Mrs Lon Mitchell, 

13 Dr S W Battle* 
13 Dr C S Jordan 

13 Dr T P Cheesborough 

14 Dr Chas L Pearson 
18-20 Sawyers Carpet Hsc 
18-20 Asv Cycle Co 

(Second Floor) 
18-20 W ^I Clarke* 

(Third Floor) 
18-20 I O O F Hall 
22 Buncombe Brick Co 

24 ]Model Stm Laundry 

25 Central M E Church 

28 Rev R F Campbell's: 

Study 
32 First Presby Church 
40 Ashv Library Assn 
45 Annie Towns (c) 
45 Chaney Whitis (c) 
49 F Stikeleather* 
(Willow intersects) 



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In addition to 20 years' drug experience. Is a graduate of Jefferson Medical CoUege The Philadelpma 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy aid Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
PhUadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give person^i 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 
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8 e cor Willow Trinity Ep 
Chnrcli 

57 Win Tuinor, bdg bse 

«« Mrs C (t Aston 

08 Kev McNeelT DuBose* 

()8 Dr H M Anderson* 

72 J Si)ani;enbergj 

74 Claybrook James* 
7() Vacant 

75 W C ^^'illiams* 

95 Ravenscroft Higb Schl 
120 W T Pegram (e)* 
120 F ^V Beatty (c^* 
122 Kobt Williams (c)* 
134 Mrs L Atkin 
130 Harvey Coi)ening (e)* 
140 Callie Fnllenwider (c) 
146 O Harris (c)* 
150 Nelson Steele (c)* 
150 Moses Cannon (c)* 
158 R Swink* 
170 Florence Howard (c) 



CLAYTON STREET 

First n of ^^'o()dfin, runs 

from Central Ave s e to 

Charlotte 

8 W H Westall* 
10 i\Irs C A Williams 
14 R J Sberrill* 
20 Miss S ]M Rossell 
23 A linnn 

26 Miss Anna M Woodfin 
30 R C Bollinger* 
32 Wm Herritage* 

36 Patrick :McIntyre* 

37 Vacant 

40 W E Wolfe* 

44 J H Woody* 

48 E T Belote* 

52 J T Bvnnm* 

54 Jos Riley* 

61 Truck Hse A F D No 2 



WILLIAMSON h CO 



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CLEMMONS STREET 

First e of Brick, runs 
from Mountain n e to N 
Beaumont 

5 Solomon Eavans (c)* 
7(265) Vacant 
11 Jos Wade (c)* 

14 Jane Orr (c) 

15 Mary C Rice (c) 
17 Thos Latta (c)* 
10 J P Win gate (c)* 
24 Julia Fornev (c) 
20 W T Conley (c)* 
28(A) Lee Conley (c)* 
28(P.) Caleb White (c)* 
35 Geo Wiley (c)* 

37 Robt Hemphill (c)* 
288 Maggie Bruton (c) 



COLLEGE STREET 

First n of Court Square, 
begins at N Main, runs e 
to limits and w to Hay- 
wood 

^GOIXO EAST) 
2 Julius Houston (c)* 
2 Hubbard White (c)* 
18-20 B Burnett,* blk smth 
22 J Weston (c),* shoemkr 
24 Geo F Scott & Co, Imbr 
(E Ct Sq intersects) 
Cor E Ct S(i The Carolina 

Pharmacy 
35 G D Allison,* shoemkr 
30 I R Coftey, blk smith 

38 J R Gates,* livery 

39 Harper Stiles,* fruits 
41 I X L Grocery 

43-45 McPherson' & Clark, 

store 
49 I) R Farmer (c), tailor 
51 N Murrough & Co, groc 
53 J B Anderson,* phot 
(Spruce intersects) 



Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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N e cor Spruce 1st Bap Cli 

5a(B) G W Stephens,* bdg 

55 Mrs Minnie C Greenlee 

5<j J R Gates 

(J7 J T Bostic* 

t)8 Mrs Maggie D WriglU 

72 J H Tucker* 

74 J E Dickerson* 

76 Miss Mary Fenland 
S w cor Davidson The 
Knickerbocker 
(Vance intersects) 
(Davidson intersects) 

9i Mrs H M Davidson, bdg 

«)5 A H Mc(2uilkin 

J)5 Ashv Pictures & Pencil- 
ings 

1)5 Wni S Morison,* civ eng 

95 J H Tarbell, photgr 

95 W H Deaver* 

97 Miss L M Browne 

m S Lipinsky* 
101 Vacant 
112 :Mrs S A Hare 

(Gak intersects) 
145 R L Ownbey* 
HJl S R :\Ii(hal()ve* 
K;:^. E L Brown* 

I Locust intersects) 
194 John Romeo* 

199 V S l.usk* 

200 E :M Orr* 
204 Vacant 

210 V W Lowe* 

215 J AV Wright (c)* 

216 L AV Jeanneret* 

217 A M E Zion Ch (c) 

(Pine intersects) 
248 P B Browne.* dairy 

248 A L Henry* 

249 Ashe f%)lored Ind Schl 

249 Allen Tnd Home (c) 

250 John Edgerton (c)* 

251 Calvin Glenn (c)* 



251 Wni Jenkins (c)* 
25:J S C Smith (c)* 

267 Sim Howard (c)* 

268 J M Roberts* 
(Hollywood intersects) 

270 F M Miller* 
275 Wm Frady* 
278 Geo F Poore* 

278 T H Kooker* 

279 Robt (rreenwood* 
279 Gaston Patton* 

284 R A Long* 

285 J D Henderson* 
287(285) Geo R Rudd* 
290 H A Lindsey* 

290 J AV Lindsey* 

291 H M Gee* 
305 C M Andrews 
309 J P Griggs* 
337 T J Loftain* 
319 C M Hampton* 
325 J E Jones* 

325 F M AVhittaker* 
350 Malinda Brown (c) 
352 AValter Cline (c)* 
354 James Martin (c)* 
(GOING AVEST) 
5 G A Sorrels,* saloon 
11 Jones & Fanning 
13 P^lsie Simonton (c) 

16 Eureka Saloon 

17 J H Lange,* saloon 
(Lexington ave intersects) 
21 Central L F & S Stabls 
44 The Ashv Carriage & 

AA'agon Rei)ository 
43 Ashv Stm Laundry 
53 The Villa 



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53 Patton Avenue. 



Jr'JkiOIIN'X: 136. 



The Columbus 
Buggv Co.'s 
Perfect Vehicles at 

ALSO CHEAPER GRADES IN STOCH. 




Asheville Hardware Go. 



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COURT SQUARE 

Recognized center of city, 
from which all principal 
business streets lead 
County Court House 
County Officers 

(Third Floor) 
Armory Co F & G N C 
S G 



COURT SQUARE (NORTH) 

North side of Ct Sq ex- 
tending from N Main to E 
Ct Sq 
2 J Spjingenberg * shoes 

(Second Floor) 
2 A C Roberts,* j of p 
2 H C Hunt,* real est 
2 W P Whittington,* phy- 
sician 
(Third Floor) 
2 L Montefeld* 
4 Asheville Prtg Co 
4 The Gazette Pub Co 
4 The Daily & Weekly Ga- 
zette 

(Second Floor) 
4 Asheville Pressing Club 
4 Geo N Turner (c) 
fi W F Snider,* grocer 
8 Womans' Exchange 
8 C F Ray,* photgr 
10 Abernathy & Mclnturff 
10 J T Harris,* shoemkr 
10 W W Goldsmith* 

(Second Floor) 
10 Vacant 

(Third Floor) 
10 I G O F Hall (c) 
12 Ashe China Co 

(Second Floor) 
12 The Asheville Register 
12 Furnished Rooms 
12 WH Deaver* 
14 W C Stradley,* grocer 



L A. FARINHOLT 



(Basement) 
14 Pennimon & Kelly 
16 Stradley Bros, grocers 

(Second Floor) 
16 So Bell Tel & Tel Co 
18 Vienna Bakery 
20 Swannanoa Ice & Coal 

Co 
20 Sunlight Oil & Gasoline 

Co 
22 D Gross,* fruts & conf 



COURT SQUARE (EAST) 

East side Court Sq, ex- 
tends from City Hall to E 
College 

City Hall Bldg 

Central Market 

Fire Dept 

Police Hdqrtrs 
1 Wm Kroger,* grocer 

(Second Floor) 
1 Mrs J Branagan 
3 F M Snyder,* shoemkr 
3 J F Masters, loans 
5-7 C G Paul, rest 
S e cor College The Carolina 
Pharmacv 



COURT SQUARE (SOUTH) 

South side of Ct Sq, ex- 
tends from S Main to Mar- 
ket 
S e cor Main Asheville Hdw 
Co 

(Second Floor) 
Lindsey's Art Parlors 
4 Palmetto bldg 

W B Gwyn,* atty and 
real estate 
Rooms : 
1-2 Martin & Webb, attys 

3 S H Reed, atty 

4 H Batterham,* real est 

5 Frank Carter* 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public, 



Paragon Pharmaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



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H C Chedester, atty 
8 J S Adams,* atty 
Jones & el ones, attys 
Bourne 4& Parker, attys 
M Meyer, atty 
J N Rogers, atty 
J S Little, mfrs agt 
H B Stevens,* atty 
Legal bldg 
1st Floor The Citizen 

Co 
Merrick & McLoud, atys 
Penniman & Kelly 
M F VanGilder, atty 
Wm P Brown, atty 
13 D M Luther,* atty 
J M Gudger jr,* atty 
24 Thomas & Wells, atys 
Ashv Stm Dye Works 
The M & H Souvenir 
Portraits of 3d N C Y 

(Second Floor) 
Sophie Hill (c) 
J A Tennent,* contr 
Ashve Electric Co 

(Second Floor) 
J A Tennent,* architect 
W O Wolfe,* monumts 

(Second Floor) 
Furn Rooms 



COURT SQ (SOUTHWEST) 

S w side of Ct Sq, extends 
from Patton ave to T C 
Smith's drug store 
1 Asheville Dray Co 
1 Asheville Street R R Co 
1 J M Alexander 

(Second Floor) 
1 Ashv Skirt Mfg Co 
3 ]McAdam Prntg House 
3 E C Starnes, phys 
5 Blue Ridge Nat"Bk 

(Second Floor) 
5 E B Glenn, phys 



7 The Boston Shoe Store 
7^ A Thompson, genl ins 
7i J R Graham, real est 
ll Shuford & Shuford 
7| V S Lusk, atty 

(Third Floor) 
7^ Masonic Hall (c) 
9 Western Hotel 
11 W A Boyce, stoves, etc 



COURT SQ (NORTHWEST) 

N w side Ct Sq, extends 
from Patton ave n to No 
11 
N w cor Patton ave Bar- 
nard bldg 
(Second Floor) 
C V Reynolds,* phys 
J A Burroughs,* phys 
Miss Clara Emanuel 
A Barnard,* atty 
J F Ramsay,* dentist 

(Third Floor) 
H W ]\lclver,* rms 
Geo Whitesides, rms 
Miss Maggie Stedman 
1 Carmichael Pharmacy 
3 J N Morgan & Co 
5 R P Walker, tobacco 
5 N Atkinson, gen ins & 

real estate 
9 A Shenboum,* clothng 
91 J M Campbell* 
9| Wm J Cocke 
11 W L Moore.* furniture 
11 W H Shoffner, jeweler 
11 T W Shelton & Co, sew- 
ing machines 
ni W T Conlev,* barber 




CULLOWHEE STREET 

Sixth n of Haywood, runs 
from Montford ave n e to 
Cumberland ave 



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Rule with us. We buy for Cash and 8ell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 




Imported and Domestic Cigars Sold by the Box at Factory Prices at the 

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CUMBERLAND AVENUE 

Third s w of N Main, runs 
from Clierry n w to limits 

12 D Moore (c)* 

If) J Dobbins (c)* 

21 J H Greenlee (c) 

22 V\' W A^aughan 
25 W A James jr* 
'AO T C H Dukes* 
:\(j H Lockhart (e)* 

(Starnes ave intersects) 

57 J C Gentry* 

58 F Houston (c)* 
(Bearden ave intersects) 

90 Mrs E G Ketchum 
02 F E Pinkman* 
94 H S Courtney* 
06 Mrs A Walden 
98 ( • R Dennis* 

(Blake intersects) 
]02 O D Re veil* 
104 Mrs R Brincherhoff 
'106 M V Moore* 
108 Vacant 

110 Dr J F Peavy* 

111 J H Weaver* 

(W Chestnut intersects) 
113 Dr T E Linn* 

115 Dr W P Hill 

116 Dr J F Ramsey* 
121 A Cowley* 

124 H P Warden* 

(Magnolia ave intersects) 

125 Vacant 

127 S W Blood* 

128 Vacant 
180 T A Jones* 
134 J A Robeling* 
144 C E Bond* 
148 J H Lee* 

148 H B DuPont* 

(Cullowhee intersects) 
150 N A Kuykendall* 
225 Mrs C W Wilson 



CURVE STREET 

Runs from Beaumont s e 
to limits 

4 H H McDutiey (c)* 
11 ]juther Bauss (c)* 
153 R A Greenlee (c)* 
157 John S Lyles (c)* 



DAVIDSON STREET 

Second e of X Main, runs 
from College s w to Eagle 
22 F E Robinson* 
24 M W Robertson* 
28 Calvin McBrayer (c)* 
32 Oscar Smith (c)* 
32 Circuit Williams (c)* 
36 Clinton Baxter (c)* 
38 Benj Addison (c)* 
48(110) Richd Crump (c)* 
49 Summie Campbell (c) 

51 Eppie Keen (c) 

52 Thos Leventhop (c)* 
52 F Alexander (c)* 



DEPOT STREET 

Sixth w of S Main, runs 
from Patton ave s w to 
Roberts, thence s to 
Southside ave 

15 J Presley* 

15 W A Condry 

17 Emma BroomfieUl (<•) 

18 J Powers* 

23 C S Davis* 

24 Mrs Julia Moore 

28 Mrs L A Johnson 

29 S P Davis* 

33 C H Gilreath* 
36 W S Thomason* 
39 H C Johnson* 
43 B L Trexler* 
47 R C Tiddy* 
52 Jas Ransom* 

54 B H Cosby* 

55 AVm Murray- (c)* 



WILLI/IMSON & CO. """"^^SS'.SS""""' 

js Patton Avenue. Upholstery Goods, Etc. 



Qrowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY. 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTOKY 



Store: 4i Pattnn Avenue. 
Tehfjhone No. 132. 

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M L Sudruth (c)* 

J H Brown* 

Mrs L J Tiivett, bdg 

Vacant 

H K Rhodes* 

M D Solesbee* 

L V Boyd,* grocer 

M D Solesbee,* shoenikr 

Vacant 

L V Boyd* 

J as A Moore* 

J R Ballew* 

Alex Brisco (c)* 

W E Bryson* 

Jas Banning* 

W T Rhodes* 

(Rector intersects) 
Mrs Sallie Hampton 
Wm J Postell 
J H Boardmau* 
W H Cooper* 
J A Ebbs* 
R S Lollar* 
M M Dougherty* 
J F Swiney* 
Thos L Haun* 
Mrs Lillie E Witt 
J Ct Arwood* 
Jos Duncan 
Mrs Emily Millinde." 
B F Hawkins* 
r Moore (c)* 
H Johnson (c)* 
J Woods (c)* 
H F Powell* 
W W^ Barber* 
H L Tomlin* 
Henry Else* 
Elias Vernon (c)* 
M Presley* 
Wm Dorroh (c) 
Martha McCorkle (c) 
W C Jordan* 
F S Foster,* grocer 
U S Byers (c), restr 



S w cor Roberts Vacant 
(Roberts intersects) 
298 D 11 McKeithan* 
443 So Ry Frt Depot 
445 The Mustin Robertson 

Co, whol grocers 
449 J M Byrd* 
451 A D Cooper,* whse 

451 S O Smith, mdse brokr 
(French Inroad ave inter- 
sects) 

452 J L Patton* 
485 J F Keener* 

497 A C Monday,* grocer 
499 Willard Piercely (c)* 
Clen Rock Hotel 
So Ry l»ass Station 
(leul Office's So Ry 
So Ry Restaurant 
P P] IJngle,* lunch 



EAGLE STREET 

Runs from S Main e to 
Valley, thence n e and e ta 
S Pine 

T Smith (c), lunch rm 
7 S J Haynes (c)* 
9 M F Corn (c), eating hse 
9 H McClellan (c) 
11 T C Hamilton (c),* barb 
13 C Haynes (c),* barbr 
15 Cook & Whiten, bowl al 
17(14) R H Bryant (c)* 
22 Harriet Burton (c) 
22 Delia Cross (c) 

(Market intersects) 
cor Market: 
Young Men's Inst (c) 
J Cathey (c),* undertkp 
J W Bryan (c),* phys 
Hattie Kirksey (c), rest 
Vacant 
(Spruce intersects) 
18 Mt Zion Bap Ch (c) 
49 Mary Cowens (c) 



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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 

3F>XZ03\rx: 230. 



JISHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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EAGLE Sa\— Conit'd 


37 Gideon* 


51 Clem Moore (c) 


38 R Fitzpatrick* 


53 Calvary Presby Ch (c) 


(Seney intersects) 


55(103) C B Dusenbury (c)* 


39 W M Boyd* 


56 Buncombe County Jail 


40 S M Redmon,* grocer 


58 Wm Lee* 


41 M A Creasman* 


Gl Isbam Lenoir (c)* 


42 Horton & Collins, meat 


68 John Dobbins (c)* 


market 


68 Alice Clayton (c) 


43 Mrs A L Allison 


N e cor Valley I Michalov,* 


47 J Hawkins 


grocer 


52 A A Abertson* 


70 Richd Smith (c)* 


83 E J Gregory* 


74 Madam Sue Biglow 


90 Vacant 


76 Frank Rinnimon (c)* 


94 U S Meadows* 


78 Mary Henry (c) 


105 Ashe Free Kindergar- 


80 Mrs' Mary Floyd 


ten No 2 


82 Florence' Wilkie (c) 


106 Mrs N M Jenkins 


193 Chas Reynolds (c)* 


108 N Penland 




109 J M Perry* 




EAGLE TERRACE 






Runs from junction of 


EDGE HILL AVENUE 


Spruce and Eagle s w 


Runs from Atkin s e to 


26 J C Randall (c)* 


limits 


28 Madam Mamie Johnson 




ELM STREET 




EAST STREET 


Second n of N Main, runs 


First e of N Main, runs 


from Merrimon ave s e to 


from Chestnut and N Main 


limits 


n e to city limits 






S w cor N Main A F Cook,* 


ELOISE STREET 


grocer 


Runs from Merrimon ave 


2 Mrs D C Mills 


to limits 


4 J J Carr* 


3 A Gherkin* 


6 M Ball* 


5 A V Brank* 


10 J B Ingle* 


7 C V Calahan* 


12 W R Carter* 


7 D W Wyatte 


28 W Aiken* 
30 T J Mitchell 




FLINT STREET 


31 G F Miller* 


Third north of Patton ave. 


32 Haymond & Son, carp 


runs from Haywood n w 


33 North Ashe Meat Mkt 


to Cumberland ave 


33 A M Goodlake* 


5 Mrs M C Stockton 


35 Vacant 


7 Vacant 


36 D Boone* 


(Hiawassi intersects) 


36 J P Morgan* 


9 W L Moore* 



ASHEVILLE I Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
DVERTISING -! Co^fo' City Street-Car Advertising. 
CENCY I ~ 



i/^CMOV I Prepare and place Newspaper Advertising. 

ii«cnOT, ,,,,,, { Contractors for Western North Carolina. 



J. D. PLUMMER, Mtnarer. 



OtOet la Oyera Houa* BallAlmr* 



The l(eniluioFth Inn 




opened its Third Season under management of 

L. A. KITTREDGE, 

on January 16, 1899. 



L. A. Killredg-e was proprietor of the famous "Antlers" of 
Coloradc^ Springs. Colorado, for live years. Mr. Kittredg-e was 
proprietor of the Paxton Hotel. Omaha, Nebraska, for live years 
and proi)rietor of the Leland Hotel. Chicago, Illinois, for three 
years. 

L. A. Kittredge now gives his personal attention to the 
management of the house, and will be assisted by many of his 
former emploj^ees, which will insure to former patrons those 
attentions to all details that go to make life pleasant. The reason 
of his success is due primarily to his having solved the secret of 
making guests comfortable, and that one fact brings old faces 
back year after year. 

On a beautiful plate a u at an elevation of 2,340 
feet above the sea level, encircled by mountains, 
and overlooking the city of Hsbeville, two miles 
away, and the beautiful rivers, the Tren ch Broad 
and the Swannanoa, stands the Kenilworth Inn. 



It was built in 1892 at a cost of |300,000. and $65,000 were 
expended in new furnishings and repairs by the present manage- 
ment. Early in 1897 every hall and room was newly papered, 
painted and cari)eted, and the Inn was furnished throughout 
with new mahogany, birch and maple chamber sets, chairs and 
rockers, selected particularly with a view to comloit and design 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO. 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



OPPOSITE 

POST .. 
.. OFFICE 



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DIRECTORY 97 


11 K R Porter* 


32 


^Irs Susie R Carter 


2(» Mrs J A Lee 


36 


^A^ T Mason* 


34 P H Hiifthes* 


37 


F H Kennedy* 


40 W J Alexander* 


40 


Mrs A T Basler, bdg 


(Cherry intersects) 


41 


Geo R Collins* 


47 J M Ciinipbell* 


42 


Mrs C McAfee 


48 R B Robei ts* 


43 


J A Moseley* 


50 Nathan Emanuel* 


44 


Mrs N L Keith 


52 A Shenbauni* 


50 


J S Reagan* 


(Starnes ave intersects) 


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A F Rees* 


53 F A Shuford* 


05 


Dr Chas L Minor* 


(W Chestnut intersects) 


70 


E H Merrimon* 


100 Battle* 




GOING SOUTH 


3G5 Vacant 
(Magnolia ave intersects) 


12 
16 


Vacant 
Vacant 


Ull Mrs Kate Bies 

898 Mary A Caldwell (c) 

398 John Brooks (c)* 


30 

38 
42 


J H Merrimon 
Mrs Laura D Floor 
Rev A B Morse 


400 Harriet Gwynn (c) 


44 


R D Harris* 


402 J R McFall* 


45 


Mrs H D Woodson, bdg 


412 M L Taylor* 


46 
47 
49 


Miss Henrietta Bovce 
J L Rich* 
C D Beadle* 


FREDERICK STREET 


First w of N Main, runs 


55 


S H Chedester* 


from McDowell n to lim 

1 Rufus McDowell (c)* 

2 Wm Foster* 

4 J Mooney* 

5 Warner Clarke (c)* 

6 J D Bourne* 

7 Jas Rutherford (c)* 

8 R A Vess* 


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117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
130 
132 


(Phillips intersects) 

Vacant 

T R Hollingsworth* 

T S Rector* 

T P Black* 

Mrs C L Pleasants 

J R Baird* 

Jas M Gudger* 


FRENCH BROAD AVENUE 


G H Morris* 
J Cruise* 


Fifth w of S :Main, runs 
from Patton ave s w to 
Southside ave and n e to 
Havwood 

(GOINCx NORTH) 
S e cor Haywood Margo 


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167 


Wm Davis* 

Quisisana Nature Cure 
Sanitarium 


171 


Mrs Mary A Ward 
(I'hifer intersects) 


Terrace 


289 


Mrs Martha Slagle 


24 French Broad Bap Ch 


290 


B C Carpenter* 


30 Ingleside 


303 


H T Collins* 


31 Mrs M E Webb 


305 


J H Wood* 



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WHEN YOU WANT A PRESCRIPTION FILLED, remember the head of our estabUshment, 
in addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College, The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST TOURIST 
AND COMMERCIAL 
HOTEL IN ASHEYILLE 



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■~ 15 N A Collins* 

M ^1 Clias Reese (c)* 
^ 45 M Lambert 
-B3 40 F V Haymond* 

e5 47 J W Havmond* 



^GAY STREET 

= Fifth n of Haywood, runs 
^ from Montford ave n w to 
"5 limits 



'GIRDWOOD STREET 

See Park Place 



GRADY STREET 

First w of N Main, runs 
fr<nn Cherry n w to 
Starnes ave 
(; m-H E Noble " 
10 (r H Starnes 



GRAY STREET 

First n of (Jay, runs from 
I'earson ave n w to limits 
;i H I?ason ((•)* 
4 C McDowell ((•)* 
() Julia Hamilton (c) 

^■^ W Mor.uau* 

14 A P>rannon (c)* 

■2U .Mrs M Hav 



GREEN STREET 

Second n w of (Jay, runs 
from (Jay n w to limits 
5 W H I)u])ree* 
5 N R Morgan 
J M Button* 

7 J N Lamb* 

8 J M Orders* 

Mrs 1 N Elege 
11 J (^ Under* 



GRIMES LANE 

First n of North, begins at 
Halifax, runs w to S A L 
R R 



GROVE STREET 

Fourth w of S Main, runs 
from Patton ave s e to 
Phifer 

13 J A Watson,* i)hys 

14 F T ]Meriwether,* phys 

15 H M Dickson* 

10 Miss C Estella Pratt 
17 Rev R F Campbell* 
24 Cain House, bdg 
31 ]Mrs Clara Koppleberger 

boarding 
30 AY R (Jwyn* 

43 A'acant 

44 A'acant 

48 Geo Henderson* 
55 T D Johnston* 
58 Dr Alex Crawford* 
08 J T Smith* 

(Philli]>s intersects) 
71 ^^' H Payne* 
74 P A Owubey* 
77 Daniel Ruraley (c)* 
7!) Noah Mnrrow (c)* 

100 Mrs E E Young 
(Alorgan intersects) 

243 J Y lioulineau* 

243 R F Nichols* 

240 Mrs Lizzie F Fuller 

253 H R Cook* 

255 J W Chapell* 

300 A F Duncan* 



GUDGER STREET 

First w of Montford ave, 
luns from Haywood n w 
to limits 

27 ]Minnie Johnson (c) 

28 Sallie Springs (c) 
20 A'acant 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



(6 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
In all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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1890-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



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30 lx)uise Wilson (c) 
36 W Carter (c)* 
81 H Hunter (c)* 

88 C Parks (c)* 

89 Susan Silver (c) 

91 N Brown (c)* 

92 Nellie Freeman 



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MALL STREET 

Runs from Hill to limits 
1 J A Robinson (c)* 
4 Betty Roland (e) 

04 Miss L Duncan 

65 Mrs L Sbidle 

69 J M Miller 

73 F r Goldsmith* 

80 B F Brown* 

82 D Cressler* 
119 Miss A Shidle 

121 J R Sentell* 

122 J Mavton* 

125 R L White* 

126 N Emery* 
150 C Brown* 
154 Mrs M Israel 



HAYWOOD STREET 

Second w of X Main, runs 
from Patton ave n w to 
Flint, thence w and s w to 
Patton ave, thence s w 
and n to Spring 
S w cor Patton ave U S 
Court Hse and Post- 
office 
1 Paragon Pharmacy 
5 J F Peavy.* phys 
S e cor College H Geldman* 
mer tailor 
(College intersects) 
Bet College & Walnut Bat- 
tery Park Hotel 
27 C C Millard, livery 
31 R Mclnturff,* bdg" 
39 A D Cooper* 



42 J E Hampton* 
42i Mrs S L Millis 
42-1 Chas M Trull* 

(Walnut intersects) 
53 Dr J H Williams* 
58 J P Sawyer* 
62 Rock Ledge, bdg 
64 Vacant 

66 Dr Mary N Denison 
(H) R P Denison* 
m P S Daniel* 

73 W H Penland* 

(Flint intersects) 

74 Dr A\'exler Smathers*' 
76-78 Tuxedo, bdg 

95 Father Marion 

98 E A Ellerbe 

99 F McCrary,* bdg 
100 Xeptuue Buckner* 
100 Leigh Colyer* 

102 J D Murphy* 
104 Edwin McKay* 
106 Mrs Miner W Smith 
108 Wm Prince* 
110 Mrs Crowell 
113 A T Summey 
115 K W Robison* 
117 J V Brown* 

120 A L Parker* 

121 Vacant 

124 Mrs Sarah E Duffield 
127 ^"acant 

125 J T Amiss* 
135 S R Carson* 
141 F F Brown* 
149 D R Reeves* 
149 Mrs H J Brown 

S e cor N French Broad ave 

Margo Terrace 
(X French Broad ave inter- 
sects) 
157 J J Mackev* 
163 J B White* 
165 J S Chunn* 
(Montford ave intersects^ 



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Complete Stock 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

Always on Hand. 



Special Orders . . . 
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Prompt Attention, 



ASHEVILLE HARDWARE COMPANY. 



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HAYWOOi) 8T.— Cont'd 
170 Dr J E Hawthorne* 

173 Mrs R S Lanjjje 

174 F O'Donnell* 
184(102) J M Insle* 
109 Dr M H Fletcher* 
200 Mrs Anna L Scott 

210 A M IJallard. phys 

211 The Altiniont 

(Ann intersects) 
210 Mrs H N Atkinson 
217 H S Haskell* 
217 Haskell's Steam Soda 

Wks 
222 Vacant 
231 L V IJrown* 
237 Vacant 
239 J A Clevinji-er* 
241 R H Barr* 
243 Mrs A Vance 
247 J A Woodcock* 
263 J R Rostic* 
273 W V Low* 
275 Miss E P Cunningham 
277 Dr J S T Raird 
2S0 A Whitlock* 
S Av cor Rnttrick Haywood 
St "SI E (^lurch' 
(Rnttrick intersects) 



HAYWOOD ST (WEST) 

Runs from Sj)rin<;- w and 

s w to limits 
273 F Fare (c).* eating hse 
313 M Vance (c).* eating hs 
315 AV J Sudderth, grocer 
315 J R Powell, jeweler 

317 Mrs John S Roggs, gro 

318 Earle Court, bdg 

319 Asheville Grocery Co 
321 Vacant 

323 H A Talbert* 

320 John Rradley (c)* 

327 A J Merrel,* gen radse 
327 H Tinslev* 



331 J Cari)er* 

339 Raker & Son, meat mkt 

339 C Trantham* 

340 H D Raker* 

341 W R Hough* 

342 Mrs M C Sudderth 

343 J C Henninger* 
3441 Vacant 

34 G 'Mrs H L Featherston 

(S]>ring intersects) 
347 Haywood :Meat Mkt 
(Second Floor) 

347 A Wernwag* 

348 A C Painter,* bdg 
350 Augustus Anger 

352 (1 H Redfearn* 

353 W H ]\IcLean* 
355 Ceo Render* 
357 S H Phillips* • 
362 R li James* 

(Rector intersects) 

370 W W Devault* 

371 W J Hough* 
374 E R Winslow* 
370 J A Dowtin,* bdg 
384 H .1 Olive* 

(Jefferson Drv intersects) 
390 H S Harkins* 
420 Melke House 
422 J W Shook* 

(Spring intersects) 
44(K48) T E Wingate* 
444(42) M K Rayler 
444(42) Mrs A E Mercer 
450(31) Chas Goodson* 
454(30) I M Teague* 
454(30) AV H Robinson* 
458(29) N A Forlow* 
481(43) H M Smith* 
483(45) J M Sanders,* grocr 
185 D A AVilson* 
487 J P Reaves* 
489 E R Cowan* 

(Logan intersects) 
507 J R Grice* 



A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary PubliC. 



Paragon Pharmacy Go. 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



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508 Kev J B Parham* 
508 John King* 

508 J A Mack* 

509 L Davis* 

510 Vacant 

(Second Floor) 
510 Geo Stowe* 

510 F H Foster 

511 E D Mc(%>lliim* 

512 R Y Hughes* 

513 Vacant 

520 The Cash Grocery & 

Confection Store 
522 S Smith,* grocer 

521 J Hinn]>hrey (c),* barber 
524 J M Ledford, meat mkt 
520 Asheville Ice Factory 
527 G A Mears «& Son, genl 

mdse 

(Second Floor) 
527 R L Mears* 
529 F H Foster, grocer 
531 Armour Pkg Co 
537 B Greene (c), eatg hse 

539 Ada Denny (c), eatg hse 

541 A J Goin,* shoe mkr 

542 Vacant 

546 H J Olive,* gen mdse 
(Second Floor) 

540 N S I)ix(m* 
540 (} H Thomas* 

548 Vacant 

549 J L Welch,* grocer 
(Riverside Drv intersects) 

551 Vacant 

553 W M .Jones,* lumber 

S e cor Avery Asheville Cot- 
ton Mills 

S e cor So Ry (^rossing Ashv 
Ice &' Coal Co 



HAZZARD STREET 

Runs from X Beaumont 
w to limits 



10 Rosa Towe 
87 Emma Reed (c) 
95 Robt Love (c)* 
90 H Jones (c)* 

97 Geo Gardner (c)* 

98 Henry Pearson (c)* 

100 John Latimer (c)* 

101 Chas ('oachnmn (c)^ 



HIAWASSEE S1REET 

Third n of Patton ave, 

runs from X A\'ater n w to 

Penland, thence w t(^ 

Flint 

9 Mrs M J Starnes 

11 \V B Xorthro]>* 

15 Mrs A Morrison 

18 O B Van Horn* 



HIGHLAND STREET 

P'irst \v of Chestnut, runs^ 

n to Seney 

1 J F Graves* 
20 T C Collins* 
23 W B Clayton* 
50 J J Davis* 



HILDEBRAND STREET 

First s of I*oplar, begiufrs. 

at Brick, runs e to Pine 
12 Alice Williams (c) 
14 Sarah King (c) 

14 Larkin Gwyn (c) 

15 Henry DeKeyser (c)* 
17 ^Minnie Carter (c) 

21 J T Smith (c)* 

22 T Brown lee (c)* 

24 Jos Davis (c)* 

25 G W Morris (<•)* 
27 Harriett Tomes (c) 
29 Lawson Miller (c)* 
31 Lou F Brown (c) 

35 Sandy (Joodwell (c)* 
38(a) Vergil Erwiu (c)* 
38(b) Thos Brown (c) 



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Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell : 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 8 



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High Crade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



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38(ej Geo Chambei's (oj ""■ 

40 Tlios Spra^ne (cj* 

41 Fi-auk AU'xauder (cj* 
4U Joi'dau Alexaudc'i- (cj* 

42 L S Flagg- (c,)* 

42 Abraham McGee (c) 
47 A M K Cliui-cli (<•) 



HILL STREbf 

First 11 of Haywood, runs 
from ^loiitford ave s w to 
AV Haywood 

17 Mrs^V MeFadden 

23 C (Ireenlee (ej* 

29 W Fletcher (e) 

34 Mrs C E Miller 

35 Calla Brown (c) 

37 P Brown (e)* 

38 H Xnckles (c)* 

42 Hattie Osborne (c) 
(Gndger intersects) 

43 H Doster (cj.* grocer 

44 A Foster {(■)* 

45 A Finney «•)* 

(Bay intersects) 

57 J Ricivs ((•)* 

58 H L Lindsey* 

59 W Brown (c) 

61 J Brvant (c)* 

62 G AY Pinner* 

71 Mrs M E Presley 
(Maiden I.ane intersects) 

76 T Hooper (c)* 

77 E Sevier 

83 G Toll ins (c)* 

87 AY R Sloo])* 

89 Yacant 
(Oakdale ave intersects) 
(Buttrick intersects) 
128 H Slanghter (c)* 
130 Rev A Phillips (c) 
132 P A Harriscm* 
134 J Hall 
136 F J Johnson* 



138 J A AVild* 
142 H C Shook* 
14;'> T I'ayne (cj* 
U4 Mrs U Jones 
146 L F Rhineheart^ 
148 M Guess* 
157 C Hoorah (c)* 
167 C Fowler* 



HILLSIDE STREET 

Ninth n of ('t Scj, runs 
from N Main w to Char- 
lotte 

25 R Davis (c)* 

(AVest intersects) 

26 F E Davis* 
28 R Z Sorrels* 
30 AA' K Burton* 

(Centre intersects) 
52 Mrs M B Lee 
52 N Lee* 

56 ^Irs Mary R Batterliam 

57 Vacant 
75 J E Ray* 

(East intersects) 

89 H F Richmond* 

94 F M Johnson* 

95 :Mrs L V Rockhold 
97 J ^rehlmann* 

104 J Y Sevier* 

105 S AV Ray* 

(Border intersects) 
243 J F Cunniniiham* 



HOLLAND STREET 

Third e of N Main, runs 
from Chestnut n e to Se- 
ney 



HOLLYWOOD STREET 

Sixth e of N Main, runs 
from College n e to limits 



riLLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



Qrowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Patton Avenue. 
Telephone No. 132. 



18})M 1000 CITY DIRECTORY 



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JEFFERSON DRIVE 

Third s w of Tatton ave, 
runs from Haywood s w to 
Park ave 

4 C D Clark* 

5 F A Suiumor* 
1 Vs A Ford* 

8 T C Folsoin* 
12 Rev W !• Southern* 
18 Ti C Bryson* 
44 T L Fisher* 
48 L P Aldrieh* 
50 II T Crook* 



JOSEPHINE STREET 

Seventh n of X Main, runs 
from Merrimon ave s e to 
Murdock ave 



KENILWORTH 

Situated south of city ad- 
joining Y'ictoria 
Alexander Wm (e)* 
Avery Geo (e)* 
Boozer Jas (c)* 
Brackett Bettie Mrs 
l^urgan BeHe (e)* 
Burgan Edw (c)* 
Burgan Harriet (c) 
Champlain Walter (c)* 
Clark Henry (c)* 
Clayton Jesse (c)* 
Clavton Milas (c)"* 
(^ok David (c)* 
Cooley A Z Mrs, bdg 
Curtis Frank (c)* 
Dalton Wm (c)* 
Davis Robt (c)* 
Earles Jas (c)* 
Fletcher David (c)^ 
Gibbs Cora Miss 
Harris Sallie Mrs 
Hemphill B P (c)* 
Henderson Martha Mrs 
Hill Logan (c)* 



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Kenil worth Inn 
Mack Wm* 
Mason W D* 
Miller Scofield (c)* 
Mills Cephas (c)* 
Moore Thos L* 
Newton Academy 
Patton Jas* 
Patton O A (e)* 
Patton & Milholland, 

genl mdse 
Pennimon N T* 
Pritchard Bertha Mrs 
Ragsbille Benj (c)* 
Rawly Jno (c)* 
Rich Jno (c), grocer 
Robinson Wm (c)* 
So Asliv M E Church (c) 
Southard Doc (c)* 
Tatum Wm* 
Ward C S* 
Yarborough M V* 





LATTA STREET 

Bet S Pine and N Beau- 
mont, begins at Clem- 
mons, runs south 
2 Wm Williams (c)* 

4 David Kilgore (c)* 

5 Hazel Mosley (c)* 

6 Monroe Wilson (c)* 

7 Lizzie McDowell (c) 

25 Albert Jordan (c)* 

26 Archie Owens (c)^| 

30 Thos Propst (c)* 

32 J A Woodside (c)* 



LEXINGTON AVENUE 

Formei'ly Water St, first 
west of Court Sq, runs n 
& s fi'om Patton ave 
GOING NORTH 
(College intersects) 
2 J H Greenlee (c), barber 
2 Thos Baker (c). shoemkr 



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48 Patton Ave. 

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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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LEXIN(;T( )X a y.—i \mi'd 
4 Ann Thomas (c) 
6 Thos Williams (c), rest 
9 S C Moorman & Co, tob 
15 Moseley & Carter (c), 

blksmiths 
18 E M Orr,* bowling al 
(Walnut intersects) 
(Woodfin intersects) 

22 C Param (c)* 
24 L Whitaker (c)* 
40 W Alexander (c)» 

115 Vacant 
150 N Yoder 

Henderson Bros, If tob 
GOING SOT TH 
7-9 J R Rich & Son, plbrs 
11 Vacant 

15 Wiley B Brown, livery 
17 Ora Adams (c)* 
17 W Greenlet- (c)* 

23 Mrs Samantha Wilson 
26 Jos Brnton (c)* 

25-27 Slay den Fakes & Co, 

whol grocers 
29-33 Palace Stables 
37-39 Ur S W Battle's Sta- 
bles 



LIBERTY STREET 

Sixth east of North Main, 
runs from Chestnut n e to 
Hillside 
50 H Batterham* 

(Broad intersects) 

69 T Davidson* 

70 Dr J E David* 

71 H F Grant* 

76 Miss N J Alexander 
(Summit intersects) 
85 J A Nichols* 



LINCOLN STREET 

Runs from South Pine e 
to limits 



LOCUST STREET 

F'ourth east of N Main, 
runs from College north 
to \\'oodfin 



LOUISA STREET 

Sixth east of North Main, 
runs from Hillside north- 
west to limits 
4 G R Stephens* 
8 J C Moore* 



MADISON STREET 

Eighth east of N Main, 
runs from Chestnut n e to 
Hillside 

2 Tempv Avery (c) 

3 R Little (c)* 

8 Martha Bynum (c) 
10 A M Sweeney* 
10 Martha Baines (c) 
12 B ]^IcCullough (c)* 
15 J Taylor* 

20 J Thomas (c)* 

21 W Ledford* 

22 W Crane* 
22 G Baines (c) 
24 J Hayes* 

28 H I»i''esley 

29 S Kilgore (c) 

30 H Johnson (c)* 

31 G Gaines (c) 
31 J Rash* 

36 Victoria Reed (c) 
41 Leah Wilson (c) 
46 Julia D Gillespie (c) 
52 W L Goodrum (c)* 

54 R Goodrum (c) 

55 Mrs S J Rash 

56 Mrs S A Davis 

57 M Patton* 
63 P Stroud (/')* 

108 G Thomas o* 
120 Belle Robiusoa •■:! 



ADVERTISERS, 



When you want to reach the ENflRE 



way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thorougfhfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUMMER, Manager, onic* in Opera House Building. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co. 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 



1890-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



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MAGNOLIA AVENUE 

Ninth north «.f I'aitoii Ji»e 
runs from North Mim s w 
to Cumberhiui ;ive 
2 (} L Daltou* 
4 B J Jackson (c)* 
30 J G Merriman* 



MAIDEN LANE 

Third west of Montford 

ave, runs from Hill north 

to limits 

7 R J Ervin (<•)* 

9 E Fleming (c)* 
10 J Alexander (c)* 
K) H Davis (e)* 
19 Maria Brown (e) 
27 B Douglass (e) 

30 Mary Kilgore (c) 

31 Vacant 

34 H Proctor (c) 

35 R Baker (c)* 
37 J Crawford {(•)* 
40 Anna Moore (c) 
45 J Miller (c)* 

47 Madam Cora Sexton 

49 E Floyd (c)* 

51 W Green (c)* 

53 C Davis (c) 

55 Miss Annie Fore 

57 D Redmon (c)* 



MAIN STREET 

One of the ])rincipal thor- 
oughfares of the city, be- 
gins at Court Square, runs 
north and south to limits 
GOING NORTH 

12 A Lomberg, clothing 

13 Penniman Bros & Co, 

hdw 
(College intersects) 

16 J Smith (c),* barber 
16| The Buck Hotel 

17 S Finestein,* clothing 



18-18^ J B Swartzberg & 
Son, clothing 

19 The Carolina Saloon 

20 W E Carter,* restr 
20^W A Foster (c),* barber 

21 D G Nolaud, grocer 

22 M Mourer,* shoemkr 

23 A Blomberg,* dry goods 

(Second Floor) 

23 Mrs V J P.all, furn rms 

24 Mrs V J Ball, eatng hse 
24^ J J Noiand,* confr 

25 J C & M V (rentry,d gds 
25^ P W Ivowe,* produce 
20 R Freidenberg,* clothg 
2C4 G H Tucker (c),* etg hs 
27 Mrs L A Johnson, f'uu 

(Second Floor) 
27 Jesse R Starnes,* atty 

27 J R Starnes Undrtkg ( 'o 

28 S Goodman,* clothiog 

29 Ham])ton cK: Feather- 

ston Saloon 
29.1 J D Pinner* 
29| A B Sams* 
29i H Freidenberg* 
29^ J F Jarvis* 
2di B B Pinner* 
30T J Revel 1,* grocer 

31 J G Reeves, grocer 

32 Miller & McFall,wll i.j.r 

32 J L Hyndnum, shoeuikr 

33 T W A: E (' Fitzpatri.-k, 

wall i)a|)er 

33 Fitzpatrick «Jc C.»ok, fur 

34 S A Ingle, genl mdse 

35 Wm Turner,* auc & fur 
36-38 H C Johnson,* grocer 
37 F P Ingle,* genl Bidse 

39 T S ilorrison & Co,mdse 

40 McConnell Bros, prod 
40| W A Blown* 

40| Jas Meadows 

4l"c T Addison (c), etg hse 

42 J F Haves c^ Co. mdse 




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In addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical CoUeKe The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity. The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 
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MAIN ST.— Coufd 
42^ G J Jacksou (c),etg hse 

44 Baiid & Keetor, furn 
441 w w ^^'ood* 

44| S M Blankenship* 

45 Farmers Warehouse 

46 F M Johnson,* waTT ppr 

47 S S Lynch (<•),* restr 

48 Vacant 

50 J I Pyatt,* shoemkr 
(Walnut intersects) 
54 J C Harriujiton (c)* 
54 C J Miller (c),* shoemkr 

58 Wm Johnston jr 

59 J C Dayis,* bdg hse 
63 B J Spivey,* bdg hse 
65 J W Harrison,* grocer 
651 Mrs A A Cole 
67" J English* 
67i W M Jaryis* 
71 M Goldberg* 
71^ J Dockery* 
74"w.yckoff Hall 
79 J M Smith,*bdg 
88 Dunrobin 

(Woodfin intersects) 

111 Murray (c)* 

125 F Miller (c)* 

129 C C Phifer (c)* 

129 A Bynum (c)* 

183 J Ponder (c)* 

133 B Brown (c)* 

137 Vacant 
(Lexington aye intersects) 
(Merriman aye intersects) 

145 J H McConnell jr* 

147 J S Steyens* 

155 G B Hamlin 

(Cherry intersects) 

156 H C Hackney 
159 Vacant 
161 T F Mitchell* 
165 F Lough ran* 
167 C Gillis* 

(Starnes aye intersects) 



234 Mrs C M McLoud 

234 L P McLoud* 

235 M J Bearden* 

250 Mrs Elizabeth Williams 
254 Mrs J A IMitnam 

254 C J Alston* 

255 W H Martin (o* 
257 M A Head* 

270 Vacant 

273 W Reynolds (c)* 

274 E F Koberfs 
274 J >\' I) Moody* 

276 Miss Louise Cochran 
(Chestnut intersects) 

277 F M Foster,* grocer 

(East intersects) 
300 Vacant 
306 M G Briggs* 
306 D W Briggs* 

(Magnolia aye intersects) 
310 G W Boone* 

315 J R Drake* 

316 J E Henderson* 

316 Mrs E J Nix 

317 A Camp (c)* 

318 W A Wilson* 

319 Mrs V B Page 

(Seney intersects) 
350 Jefif Roland (c)* 
356 M Y Angle* 
356 D Talent* 

356 W Barnes* 

357 J A Jaryis* 
359 G W Justice* 
382 W H Young* 
386 W J Croak* 
392 C A Smith* 
394 Vacant 

400 W L Smith* 

(Hillside intersects) 
413 J W Bishop* 
413 J H Parish* 
416 Vacant 

418 J C Reynolds* 

419 A K Jaryis* 

423 D W Cauble,* biksmith 



WILLIAMSON & CO 



JLG I=»««,ttc»ia. .A.-vr^mj.©. 



Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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430 D W Cauble 

431 Mrs M C ^Vhit('side, gro 
43G Vacant 

437 J F Griffin* 
437 N McCiiry* 

437 J T Ingle* 

438 Vacant 

(GOING 80UTH) 

13 Dr T G Smith,* druggst 
13^ T H (\)bb,* atty 

13| Rutledge, I'atterson, 
Webb & Co, ins 

14 Ashv Hdw Co 

(Second Floor) 
14 T H Liudsey,* photgr 
14 J AV Summers,* atty 

14 A T Siimmey,* J of'P 

15 Bon Marclie, dry goods 

17 Vacant 

171 Mrs H B James, bdg 

18 Bainbridge's Book Stre 
184 Aston, Kawls & Co, 

real est and ins 

(Second Flooi-) 
18-^ G W Purefoy,* pliys 
18| W V Powell, phys 

19 J S Mosselar,* gunsmth 
194 J A ^Vilson, barber 

20 Rogers Book Store 

(Second Floor) 

20 M V Powell, }.hys 

21 H L Fisher,* fruits 

22 C H Swartzberg,* milly 
22J Drs I) E & J T Sevier 

23 P Carr, saloon 

24 Grant's I'harmacy 

24 H F Grant,* real' est 

25 Chas G Lee,*frt & confr 

26 Heston & Sons, confrs 
261 Arcadia Hotel 

27 Wm H .Moi'ton (c), brbr 

28 Pa lias Roval. dry gds 
284 J Willis,'* luncii 

29 33 G A Mears, dry gds 

30 The Racket Store 
32 A I) Cooper, * irrocer 



DIREC TORY 

~ (Second Floor) 

32 J ^^' Reiber* 
34 I AY Glaser 
344 >A^ M Caples* 
344 J h Page* 
344 B F Patton* 
344 C H Bartlett* 
35" S P Mears,* clothing 

36 Dixie Rest & Confry 
,37 W C Smith,* tailor 

37 Riverside Undertakers 
374 Hilliard Bldg 

37|- W L Hilliard, phys 
37| Christian Science R R 

(Third Floor) 
374 Hilliard Hall 
3840 F Jackson (c),* lunch 
39 C S Cooper,* com mer 

41 Tasteless (Quinine Co 

42 F Alexander (c),* shmkr 

(Eagle intersects) 

43 Bonanza Wine & L Co 
45 Geo W Jenkins,* grocer 

(Second Floor) 
45 Mrs M C Murray 

45 G W Jenkins* 

46 L Swicegood & Co, wall 

1 taper, etc 
(Second Floor) 
The Neville House 
J W Schartle,* mer tlr 
P L Cowan, jeweler 

(Second Floor) 
H Parker, rms 
D C Waddell jr, rms 

47 S Hall, rms 

47 P A Marquardt, rms 

48 Vacant 

49 Zeb Vance Democratic 
Club 

50 Laural Valley Saloon 

51 Western I'nion Tel Co 

53 The Club Saloon 

54 S Johnson (c),* lunch 

55 Carl Schultz, dyer 
55 C Falk,* pianos 



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50-58 Acme \A'iue & L Hse 
57 J B Shope,* harness 
59 M W Noblitt,* grocer 
(Second Floor) 

59 Brock's Photo Art Stud 

60 AV F Roberts* 

61 H A Lindsey,* curios 

61 H Grossman,* art goods 

62 The Singer ]Mfg Co 
61 B Zageir,* clothing 
64^ Eagle Hotel 

(Willow intersects) 

65 Swannanoa Hotel Bar 

66 Vacant 
6S Vacant 

69 Swannanoa Hotel 

TO Vacant 

70^ Asheville Hofel 

72 "So Ex Co 

73 Swannanoa Hotel Hall 

75 Swannanoa Barber Shp 
(Sycamore intersects) 

76 Ashv Dray Co 

(Second Floor) 
76 W Sawyer* 
76 J Woods* 
SO ^Irs E Clifton 

81 Chas L Brown, *blksmth 

82 T J Betterton* 

83 F A Mears, livery 

(Second Floor) 
83 ^liss Mary Fore 
91 Mrs Z C West, bdg 

105 Mrs M E Hilliard 

1051 Mi-s Mary C Hilliard 

106"e r Hart,* bdg 

lOS C B Leonard* 

109 K V Foster* 
117 .1 1. Walker* 
133 ^^' F Snider* 

139 W C Carmichael* 

110 C N Webster* 

115 C A Mears* 

116 H C Jones* 



153 B H Williams* 
159 Henry Lockling* 

(Atkin intersects) 
S E cor Atkin I'aris Med Co 
161 A Freck* 
163 J A Marquardt* 
163 A Freck,* shoemkr 
165 Granville Alexander (c* 
167 John Day (c)* 
169 S J Harris,* grocer 

172 B C Tiexler* 

173 D L Swicegood* 
175 Vacant 

179 Vacant 

181 Geo W Townsel* 

182 John Latimer (c)* 
188 J C Swink* 

192 Chas J Hannon* 
195 M W Noblitt* 
195 L D Wagner* 
198 Kachel Lane (c) 

(Southside ave intersects) 
200 Robt SnmnuM-s (c)* 
206 Elisha M Kemp (c)* 

208 Hattie Kirksey (c) 

209 Lewas McFadden (c)* 
261 T L Friei'son* 

2()3 Danl Galyon* 
265 J K Sugg* 

270 Mrs S E Buchanan 

271 J :^r Alexander* 
273 Geo Smith* 

L C Blackwelder* 

W O Lytle* 

Stewart i^ Byrd, grocrs 

W H Byrd* ' 

Wilev B Brown* 



281 

283 

285 

287 

289 

294 W S lira d ley* 

309 W E Johnson* 

31 1 G W Setzer* 

323 Vacant 

325 W R Gudger* 

326 V O ^lerrell. genl mdse 

327 BenJ Frady* 
327 T L Gales* 



L. A. FARTNHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



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334 
336 
338 
339 
344 
351 
355 
366 
368 
370 

385 
387 
401 
409 
417 
423 
427 
429 
431 
437 



J B Hho])e* 
Vacant 
Vacant 

B C Brown,* livery 
Mrs flattie Ricknian 
J C Bass* 
S B Erwin* 
F O Fairchild* 
W R Davall* 
W T Hadlow* 
Mrs Nora Grant, drmkr 
(McDowell intersects) 
Zebulon Brooks* 
E E ^[cDowell* 
Rev J M Ilolladay* 
Mrs E B Parish 
Mrs S L McDowell 
Vacant 

Geo W Charles* 
G AY Charles,* blksmth 
R H Batton 
E M Mitchel,*genl mdse 



MAJORIE STREET 

Runs from Market east to 
Davidson 



MAPLE SHADE PLACE 

Fourth west of N Main, 
runs from Patton ave n to 
limits 



MIARKET STREET 

Runs from City Hall s to 
Ray 

1 F M Lindsey, plumber 

2 W N Hatch,* blksmith 
20 OUie Clarke (c) 

22 Fannie Forney (c) 
24 Alice Johnson (c) 
38-40 Ashv Supply & Foun- 
dry Co 
38-40 Market St Wood 
Working Co 



38-40 J P Babington* 

(Eagle intersects) 
Cor Eagle Yug Men's Inst (c 
153 J H Coffey,* blacksmith 



McDowell street 

First west of South Main, 
runs from Southside ave s 
and thence e to S Main 
4 Mrs Dollie Freck 

7 C,C Clinton (c)* 

8 Jas JNIoss (c)* 

10 Cora Nichols (c)* 

11 Julius JNIalone (<;)* 

12 Jos Foster (c)* 

13 :Mary Boyden (c) 

14 Edw Turner (c)* 

15 Isaac Osborne (c)* 
15 Maggie Siler (e) 
18 Felix Hall (c)* 

20 C L Ray (c)* 
22 Jas Murray* 
30 J S Jones* 

30 \Y D Fowler* 

31 Butler Sheldon (c)* 
31 Wm Crawford (c)* 

33 B F Ball* 

34 John P Murray* 

35 Ida Comer (c) 

48 H E Ledbetter (c)* 
50 J M Jarrett* 
55 C O Garren* 
60 L A Holeman* 
60 \V L Justice 

62 B F Sharp (c)* 

63 J S Borders (c)* 

64 C J Adiholt* 

65 Rebecca Bailey (c) 
67 J N Campbell* 

69 L A Greene (c)* 
75 Mattie Mitchell (c) 
77 G W Holmes (c)* 
79 G W Hogan (c)* 



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RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with us. We buy for Casli and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 




Imported and Domestic Cigars Sold by tlie Bgx at Factory Prices at tlie 

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1!) .Mrs ]\I E Foster, gi-Qcer 
(Second Floorj 

10 N Haggar* 
•2'2(1) Rev L Londow* , 
22(1) J F Haves* 
ai J F Wilson* 
33 J H Rhinebart* 
33 Mrs J E Holderby 
35 S CJoodman* 

62 Skylaud (Vacant)' 

63 J E Rankin* 
100 L JNIaddux* 

(Orange intersects) 
103 Mrs T W Green well 
103 Mrs E Edmonds 

11 Mrs Frances Smith 
114 J D Robertson* 
116 Miss M Merrimon 

(Chestnnt intersects) 
128 G W Pack* 

(Bi'oad intersects) 
167 Vacant 
171 D M Hodges* 
3 76 R J Stokely* 

(Eloise intersects) 

200 C A Webb* 

201 J M Westall* 

(Senev intersects) 
215 Vacant 

Nr Hillside C A Moore* 
N E cor Hillside F W 
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Northwest of city adjoin- 
ing city limits 
Alexander J (c)* 



Allen H C* 
Anderson H P* 
Ranks J* 
Briggs G ^V* 
Gampbell A C* 
Campbell C H* 
Carter F* 
Cory ^\' O 
Craig C R Mrs 
Gentry T E* 
Henderson M E Mrs 
Massey AV T* 
Mitchell F E* 
Moore A* 
Morrison T S* 
Renland C* 
Rumbough J E* 
Sherling G* 
Tyree J N* 
Warden J* 
Weaver J A* 
West C Mrs 
AVilliamson W B* 
Wriiiht O B* 



MONTFORD AVENUE 

First west of Flint, runs 
from Haywood n w to lim 
7 Own bey & Son, gro 
11 Vacant 
19 T C Brown* 
22 O K Johnson* 
Wm Gass* 
J K Coleman* 

(Hill intersects) 
Vacant 
A'acant 
r B Davis* 
L Berman* 
Vacant 
T W Shelton* 
51 Vacant ■ 

53 G E Harkins* 
56 W I^atton (c)* 
50 Vacant 



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49 
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LLIUMSON & CO. '"''"'^"eS^'.SS,'"'"*' 

16 patton Avenue. Upholstery Goods, Etc. 



Growers of Plants and 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



laiEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charloite St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Paltnn Avenue. 
Te/e/.hone No. J 32. 



ISMIM !)()() CITY DIRECTOKY 



111 



C5 Mrs M F Haucock, bdg 
73 N W P\^iu* 
79 J ^^' Bowman (c)* 
SO Moutford Ave School 
83 H L Gudger* 
(Beardeu ave intersects) 

102 J S West* 

103 C B Moore* 
111 Miss J Tennent 

113 Miss L H Sturdevant 

114 Mrs E D Saunders 
110 Vacant 

(Blake intersects) 

121 C W Barber* 

122 M Hunter (c)* 
125 A H Cobb* 

127 Mrs B C Gudger 
148 Davis & Allison,mt mkt 
(Pearson Drv intersects) 

171 H A Miller* 

172 I B Wilford 

173 A M Field* 
177 Vacant 
194 Vacant 
196 Vacant 

199 Vacant 
(Cullowbee intersects) 

200 Mrs B M Atkinson 

(Soco intersects) 
205 C W Brown* 

230 I) Merrick 

231 Vacant 

233 Dr M C Millender* 



MOUNTAIN STREET 
Second south Poplar, runs 
from Brick east to North 
Beaumont 

3 Henry Colley (c),* gro 
5 Wm Similton (c)* 
9 Mat Cope (c)* 
15 Samuel Ganaway (c)* 
17 Wm Johnson (c)* 
20 Laura Hooj)er (c) 
44 Madam Bt^nnie Rav 



(Pine intersects) 
Cor Pine Mad Lizzie Smith 
46 Jacob Fletcher (c) 
48 Moses Harris (c)* 
52 S H Miller,* gvocer 
52 Nelson Bailev (c)* 

52 Geo Bailey (c)* 

53 Jane Latta (c) 

54 Moses Steen (c)* 
58 Henry Lee (c)* 

58 Harriett Littlejohn (c> 
58^ J Drummond (c)* 
64 Rebecca Grimes (c) 

64 Henry Powell (c) 

65 Henry Crump (c)* 

66 Rev A G Kesler (c)* 
68 Jos Chambers (c)* 
70 Mary Foster (c) 

77 TC Hamilton (c)* 

78 Allen Gillard (c)* 
79(148) Lee Baird (c)* 

86 Eveline Thompson (c) 
92 Reuben Thompson (c)*^ 
95 Ida Thompson (c) 
100 Augustus Terrell (c)* 
102 Wm Henrv Martin (c) 
102 Mary H Baker (c) 
102 Victoria J Flourney (c) 
102 Mattie N Johnson (c) 
109 Edwin Goudlock (c)* 
113 Thos Oglesby (c)* 
115 E H Lipscombe (c)* 

(Beaumont intersects) 
173 J P Love (c),* grocer 



MURDOCK AVENUE 

Eighth east of North Main 
runs from Hillside n w to 
limits 



OAK STREET 

Third e of N Main, runs 
from Coll«'^(' n to Wood- 
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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave* 

iE*:jao<:>jsiJEz 230. 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



43 

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OAK ST.— Cont'd 
N e cor Collej-e Asheville 
Colli^fjo for Young 
WonuMi 
L'O T B Dol* 
;>() lirownliurst G r e e n 

* Houses 
34 Fred IMoore* 
S e cor Woodlin Oaks Hotel 
S Av cor \\'ootin H T Rogers* 



-2 OAKDALE AVENUE 



Third w of :Montford are, 

runs from Haywood u w 

to Hill 

4 T McCall 

(; J Stewman* 

11 E S Miller* 

12 T H Bislio])* 

1() Miss I'> Ear wood 
17 Ct Moore (c)* 
20 H Coleman (c)* 

27 J Bynum (c)* 

28 M ("^arter (c) 

29 J A Jarvis* 
82 J Steele (c)* 



OCALA STREET 

Tenth n of Patton ave, 
inns from N Main n w to 
Flint 



OLIVE STREET 

First e of Southside are, 
begins at McDowell, runs 
south 



ORANGE STREET 

Third n of N Main, runs 
from Merrimon ave s e to 
Central ave 
4(81) Vacant 
19 Vacant 
21 Mrs A M Laing 



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Mrs A R Cartmell 
E L Cunningham* 
R L Fitzpatrick* 
J W Schartle* 
G A Shuford* 
J H Miller* 
O H Henry* 
C AA' Malone* 
Orange St School 
( Mty High School 
A McCatferty* 
J H Lindsev* 



PARK AVENUE 

Fourth s w of Patton ave, 
runs from Haywood and 
Buxton s, thence s w to 
Roberts 
2 J S Lee* 

70 INI D Long* 

78 T E Brown* 

f»7 T C ]McCoy* 

08 Mrs J E Woodcock 

09 Miss Fannie Johnson 

101 J S Currie* 

102 L L Smith* 
102 A L McCoy* 
105 A L Wiley* 

107 Lee London* 
141 R H INIeans* 

143 J M Dougherty* 

144 Mrs M S Francis, bdg 
148 Ervin Allison* 

102 R L Francis* 

108 T M Tarpley* 
170 E T Adams* 
100 Mrs E B Clark 

200 W G Fortune* 

201 Miss J Caldwell, bdg 

202 :Mrs A E Wilborn, bdg 



PARK PLACE (GIRDWOOD) 

Runs from I'ark ave w to 

Roberts 

1 Vacant 



ASHEVILLE 



Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 



ADVERTISING -! Control City Street-Car Advertising. 
/«BM/>V I ''''OP^''^ <t"c< place Newspaper Advertising. 

vtfcl»^ ■ " ...... { Contractors for Western North Carolina. 



J. D. PLUMMER, Manarer. 



OMm In Opera Eoue BsUAloff. 



1793 - 1900 

THE BINGHAM SCHOOL, 

A8HEVILLE, N. C, 

Established 1793, 

has the HIGHEST TESTIMONIALS from the U. S. GOVERNMENT 
and its OFFICIALS ; from the EXECUTIVE, JUDICIAL and MILI- 
TARY Departments of the State of North Carolina; from PRESIDENTS 
ot Universiiies; from prominent PHYSICIANS and from other DIS- 
TINGUISHED MEN. 

ITS AREA OF PATRONAGE 

is the largest ia the Southern States. FIFTEEN (15) States of the 
Union and .JAPAN have been represented during the Current (the 107th) 
year. THIRTY-THREE (33) States of the Union and EiGHT (8) 
FOREIGN COUNTRIES have been represented in the last twenty (20) 
years. 

ITS BUILDINGS 

have been pronounced by more than SEVENTY-FIVE (75) MEDICAL 
Experts the most SANITARY in the United States. 
Its Organization is 

MILITARY; 

A United States Army Officer has been detailed as Military Professor 
since 1882, and the INSPECTOR- GENERAL'S Department of the 
United States Army pronounces it among the four or five best of the 
hundred schools of the Union having Military Professors detailed from the 
Army. 

THE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 

covers eleven (11) Schools or Departments, as follows: ENGLISH, 
MATHEMATICS, LATIN, GYMNASTICS, and MILITARY SCIENCE 
and TACTICS, occupying four (4) years; GREEK, occupying three (3) 
years; FRENCH, GERMAN, PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY and COM- 
MERCIAL SCIENCE, occupying two (2) years. 

DIPLOMAS and Certificates of GRADUATION are given to those 
who win them by passing the final examination. 

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 



The Only.... 



DESK FACTORY 



In the South. 




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^ Office and School Desks S 

Church Furniture, Bureaus, 
Washstands, Railroad and 
Hotel Settees, Etc., Etc. 

All desks made up in oak and kept in stock ready to be 
shipped when ordered. 

Send for illustrated catalogue. 

Gates Desk Co., OreenvUle, s. c. 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO, 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



OPPOSITE 

POST .. 
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1801)1900 CITY DIRECTOKY 



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a Glass* 
5 J li Rogers* 
5 R H Riesecker' 
U 1) W Briitou* 
7 M D Joliiisoir- 
7 L J Stirewalt* 
1) AA' R Bi'iiton* 
11 C ^^awvei'* 



PATTON AVENUE 

Oue of the piiucipal thor- 
oughfares of the city, be- 
gins at Court Square and 
runs west 
1-5 Barnard bldg 
3(1) Rowman ^K: McLean c 
4 Rail & Sheppard, plmbs 
() Woodbury Coal Co 
G D Rraeken.* confr 
7 H I'etrie, tailor 
7 Mrs M F Kennedy 
7 A R Pope* 
7 S ^> Pope* 

(Third Floor) 
7 J ^I ^leCaudless,* phot 
9 H Redwood & Co, dry 
goods, etc 
10-12 The Raltimore, dry 

goods, etc 
11 Men's Outfitter 
(Second Floor) 
11 Noland Rros, undertkrs 

(Third Floor) 
11 Ashy Telephone Co 
11^ Tucker, Murphy & Cur- 
tis, attys 
l?»-lo The Rattery Park Rk 
14 Theo Sumner, cig & tob 
11 Longbottom's Rarber 

Parlors 
15^ H H Clark* 
loj Mrs Anna Schartle 
i5^ X A Reynolds, real est 
10 W R Williamson & Co, 
furniture 



17 L Rlomberg,* cig & tob 
17(rearj Reynolds & Patter- 
son, pool room 

(Lexington ave intersects) 

18 H S Courtney,* men's 

outfitter 
20 Hotel Hobson 
21-23 The New Hotel 

Rerkeley 

22 S H Chedester,* gen'l 

mdse 

23 J R Rostic Co, real est 
23 Carolina Coal Co 

23 Lorick & Co's Trans & 

Storage Co 

24 Pelham I*harmacy 
26 Y M C A Rldg 
26 Dr J H Woodcock 

26 J H Weayer & Co, real 
estate 

26 Y M C A Rooms 

27 R H Cosby,* jeweler 
27 Jesse Ing, lapidary 
27 M H Fletcher,* phys 

(Second Floor) 

27 Rrown & Co, tailors 

28 Candy Kitchen 

20 N W Taylor, photo 
30-34 McAfee Bldg 
(Second Floor) 
Rooms: 

1-3 Jas E 'Hawthorne,* 

dentist 
1-3 Thos G Sherrard, lum- 
ber 
5-6 Alex Crawford, phys 
7 — Fitzgerald, mds brok 
S Geo H Ward, janitor 
8-10 The French Rroaa 

Press, prtg 
8-10 Our Mountain Home, 
newspaper 
11-13 L R McRrayer,* phys 
11-13 E R Morris, phys 
(Third Floor) 





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Lvin^^n Ph^wf^^^hl p"^^ experience IS a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The PhUadelphli 
PMladP^;^^^ wL^^.^i^^w^^l''*'"* ^''^^"^ ^^ Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
le^^icl'^^d'gSn^tesa^facu'ol" ''^P'^^^^^^" *° --'^^-^ - ^^ 'i-e^tion and give pe'rsonal 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



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: 1 » ATTO X AVE.— Cont'd 
14 Caryl Florio, musician 
17-19 Ashv Photo Studio 
:j() M H Harris, 5 & 10 c 

Store 
:M C a Raysor, drugs 
:!2 Asheville Ice & Coal Co 
:52 Aslieville Milling Co 
:V2 Robt V Garrett* 
iV.\ Brown, Northup & Co, 

hardware 
33 M Alexander, jeweler 

(Second Floor) 
33 M W Buron, atty 
(Third Floor) 

33 Wm Farr, electrician 

34 Miss N LaBarbe, millny 
34 Mrs M S Bradford, drs- 

maker 
34 Miss Alta M Cole 

34 The Adv Journal Co, 

engravers 

35 J H Law, china & silver- 

ware 
3() Bender's Barber Shop 
37 J H Law, rms 
37 Wm Orr, rms 

37 J L Houston, rms 

38 Dairy Lunch 

39 Blanton & Co, shoes 

(Basement) 
39 W P Weaver,* gunsmth 

(Second Floor) 
39 Wm L Slope 
40-42 Maxwelton Bldg 
• 40-42 Sumner, Deal & Co, 
dry goods 

(Second Floor) 
Rooms : 
1-2 H B Weaver,* phys 
3-4-5 Wexter Smathers,* 

dentist 
7 T S Arthur, rms 
7 Wm Arthur, rms 



WILLIAMSON & CO. 



(6 Patton Avenue. 



914 ]\[rs ]\[ A Ray, dress- 
maker 
10-11 a S Tennent,* oculist 

13 A & B St Ry c^' T Co 

(Third Floor) 

15 (t F Zealy, rms 

16 Miss Ct Purrington, mu 

sic tchr 

17 J D Blanton, rms 

18 L N Durham,* dentist 
20-22 Vacant 

23 E J Halliburton, rms 

24 F W Thomas, rms 

25 Vacant 

26 W A Young, rms 

27 Vacant 

28 — Scruggs, rms 
41-43 Opera House Bldg 
41 AVhitlock Clothing Hse 

43 (ireat So Cafe restr 

(Second Floor) 
41-43 Grand Opera House 
41-43 Ashv Adv Agency 
41-43 J C Spears, contr 

44 Sondley Building 

44 Heinitsh & Reagan. 

drugs 
44 Idlewild Floral Co. 
(branch) 
(Second Floor) 
Rooms : 
1-2-3 F A Sondley, atty 
4-5 L F Preston,* speclst 
6 W P Powell, rms 
7-8 Vacant 

(Third Floor) 
10 Vacant 
11-12 F A Melton,* archtci: 

14 J W McMahon, rms 

15 Mrs C A Hopkins 

16 Vacant 

17 D Oestreicher, rms 
20 F A Johnson, rms; 

(Fourth Floor) 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUCS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE $c COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in ail the Best Grades of Coal. 

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21 W S Sbei-i-ill. pictures 

enlarged 
1'2-2G Vaeaut 
27 E r (Jilkey, rms 
28-29 Vacant 
;IU C AV Gfrobe, rms 

(Chnrcli intersects) 
45 \\' A Blair, furniture 
45 Industrial Adv Co 
45 S L McKee, optician 

(Second Floor) 
45 J V Brown <S: Son, un- 
dertakers 
4(;-50 Drliunior Bldg 
40 Arthur M Field,* mfg 

jeweler 
48 Octave Battle,* ins 
48 Waddell & Coxe, ins 
48 Citizens Coal Co 
48 Stinipson Computing 

Scale Co 
48 W P Hill, broker 
48 F D Thompson, mdse 

broker 
50 Haggar & Bro, oriental 

(Second Floor) 
Rooms : 
1-2 R H Reeves,* dentist 
2 W W West, real est 
4-5-G Jas Sawyer,* pliys 
5-6 Dr Wm D Hilliard* 
9 Edwin Fischer, dentist 
10-11 Whitson & Keith, at- 
torneys 
15-10 W W Moore, rms 
15-10 P C Cocke, rms 
17-18 The Life Ins Co of Va 
19-20 Mrs E Yon Y Barker, 
modiste 

21 Frank Miller, rms 

22 Gathen Rhodes, rms 

23 — Weaver, rms 

27 R Y Xeal, rms 

28 A L Haskins, rms 

(Third Floor) 



The Ashv Club 
47, 49, 51, 53 Temple Court 
47 ^'acaut 

49 Entrance to Temple Ct 
51 Oestreicher cS: Co, dry 

goods, fancy goods, 

etc 
51 Mrs G L Guischard, 

manicurist 

51 M Ellick, farrier 

52 C L Minor,* phys 

53 G A Greer,* whol and 

retail fancy groceries 
(Second Floor) 
Rooms: 
1 Geo W Tilson, atty 
2-3 Merrimon & Merri- 

mon, att3'S 
4-5-0 Dr C P Ambler,* 

phys 
7-8 Davidson «^ Jones, at- 
torneys 
7-8 H F Adickes, Jr, atty 
9-10 J McD Whitson,* at- 
torney 
9-10 Locked ^raig,* atty 
11-12 Carter & Weaver, at- 
torneys 
13-14 M B^AYilkinsou 
13-14 W M Wilkinson 
15 Cooper cV: Woodbury, 

lumber 
17-18-19 Chas A Moore, aty 
20-21 Wm Johnston Jr, 
real est owner 

23 Wm M Gay,* ins 

24 L A Farenholt,* real 

est & loans 
(Third Floor) 

30 John Y Jordan 

31 O D Revell,* contr 

32 Archie Nichols 

32 Jos Goodson 

33 — Merrick 

34 Rufus Roach 



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BUILDERS' HARDWARE Given 

Always on Hand Prompt Attention. 

ASHEVILLE HARDWARE COMPANY. 

116 MALOXEYS ASHEVILLE 

02 A H Keuneciy,* barber 
04 J M Hearn «S: Co, bicy- 
cles 
00 McKinnon & Co, tailors 
78 Misses Kives & Morris 
80 Carolina Carriage H'se 
l)i M E Lambert,* grocer 
98(1)0) E K Kandall,* bdg 
100 Starnes Bros, grocers 

100 E L Hunt,* sboemkr 

102 New England Home 

103 S I Bean,* monuments 
108 Vacant 

(Second Floor) 

108 Wm Greenlee (c)* 
111 B> V Hotel Sample Km 
113-123 Patton .Vc Stikeleatb- 

er, livery 
122 J R Ricb**^ 
125 C A Reese (c), borsesbr 

(Bailey intersects) 
147 J T Wilbar* 

Battery l»ark Hotel 
(Grove intersects) 
153 Marion Palmer (c) 
(Frencb Broad ave inter 

sects) 
159 Mrs Annie Ragan, bdg 

101 E P Sawyer* 
103 Mrs L B Green 
105 H E Fulenwider* 
107 J E Thomas* 

109 E M Alston* 
173 F D Thompson* 
175 ]Mrs M E Atkinson 

(Carter intersects) 
181 G H Chandler 
185 J P Davis,* blksmith 
193 J A :*Iiller,* bdg 

(Ann intersects) 
200 Vacant 
208 Mrs E S Hawthorne 

211 Waldheim, bdg 

212 T N Henry* 
212 J W Cowan* 



PATTOX AA'E.— Corit'd 

35 E R Lucas 

30 F M ^Veaver 
30 J W Pickens 

38 AA'iley Cox 

39 Jas A Wagner 

51 South Kensington Art 

School 
51^ Miss A Watson, ladies 

tailoring 
55 Paragon Bldg 

(Second Floor) 
Rooms: 

1-2 The Dickson Mason 

Lumber Co 
4 H X Lockwood,* atty 
4 X C Society P C A 
5-0 Dr J A Gorman, dent 
7-8 John M Osborne, phys 
8-9 M C Millender,* phys 
11-12 R S Smith,* architct 
-14-15-10 Dr J W Foreman,* 
dentist 
17 J E Hamilton 

(Third Floor) 
50 J M Presley,* sboemkr 
50 G W Grobe. watchmkr 
57 Paragon I'harmacy Co 

57 B P Hotel Conservato- 

ries (branch) 
(Haywood intersects) 
S w cor Haywood U S Court 
House and Post Office 
IT S Courts 
IT S Int Rev Collr 

58 E D Keeling, fruits & 

confy 
00 So Ry'city Pass & Tickt 

Office 
00 Ashville Trans Co 
(vSecond Floor) 
00 W B McEwen & Co, 

lumber 
00 J AY Faucett. dentist 
00 Dr H L Baird 



A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public, 



Paragon Pharmacy Go. 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



OPPOSITE 

Postoffice. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRF.CTORY 



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Mrs S R Cbedester 
Vacant 
Vacant 
G A\' Cannon" 
(Depot intersects) 
220) J H- Brooks* 
220) Mrs M L Wilson 

(Second Floor) 
220) C J Woody* 

(Basement) 
220) J H West,* grocer 
220) W H Tinsley,* shoe 

maker 
A B Blair* 
Mrs S :M Wynn 
Clias \^' Baird, grocer 
West End Drug Store 



PEACH ROW 

p]xteusion Spring, runs 
from I'atton are north 

PEARSON AVENUE 

First w of ^lontford ave, 
runs from Cay n w to lim 
3 J :M Raines* 
1 S Miller (c)* 
10 J J Rich* 

(^ladison intersects) 
15 C E Atkin, grocer 
20 C L Holcombe* 
39 W Ledford* 
00 S Sumner* 
62 W M Searcy* 
61 J H Searcy* 
70 L Reed* 
75 J H Buckner* 
98 E B Laughter* 
100 J E Sumner* 
110 Miss Bettie Ledford 
898 C L Burlingame* 
900 D Mc(^irson* 
990 W Turner (c)* 
1000 :\I Mclntire (c)* 
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1001 Mrs M J Wilson 
1003 Vacant 



PENLAND STREET 

Second w of N Main, runs 
from W College u to Hia- 
wassee 

23 J H Stelling* 

21 Vacant 

27 H E Heinitsh* 

28 S G Wei don* 
31 W M Jones* 

32 M Marcus* 
35 G W Yarbrough* 
38 T K Davis* 

Vacant ■ 

J K Cowan* 
11 Mrs E Levy 

45 W G Bolton 

46 Vacant 



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PHIFER STREET 

Fourth s of Patton ave, 
runs from Bailey n w to 
French Broad ave 
44 r^ev J R Moose* 
48 Frank Looper (c)* 
185 Luther Sherills (c)* 
187 Alex Gardner (c)* 



PHILLIPS STREET 

First s of Patton ave, 
runs from l>ailey w to 
French Piroad ave 

10 J A Cole* 

14 Andy Kosky* 

28 S J Fi's-^her.1 

30 H A Dunhan* 

30 L B Foi'd* 

(Grove intersects) 
36 G W ^^'renn* 
44 Miss Fannie Coffin 




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Cut Prices. 



RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with us. We buy for Ca?h and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Grade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



BOTTLED GOODS 



.... SPECIALTY 



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PINE STREET 

Fifth e of N Main, runs 
from College n e to Baird 
and s w to Beaumont 

GOIXG XORTH 
5 Mrs E S Hildebrand 
1) J X Ramsey* 
11 J S Fullam,* grocer 
11 Tavlor Stroup* 
1!) R T Poore* 
25 A A Hamlet* 
2G B :\I :Marlow* 
30 J M Swaney* 

(Woodlin intersects) 
33 J R DuBose,* bdg house 
3G K R Loekhart* 
43 P Presley* 
45 J S Fuliam* 
(Arlington PI intersects) 
65 J H Burgess* 
65 W H Lunsford* 
(Chestnut intersects) 
101 Vacant 

Cor Baird The Winjah San- 
itarium 

GOIXn SOUTH 
38 F V Cogwell (c)* 
41 Duff Erwin (c)* 
40 John Brooks (c)* 
72 Rachel Caither (c) 

(Hildebrnnd intersects) 
74 Joanna Hunt (c) 
174 Maria Jackson (c) 
176 Jessie Pearson (c) 
180 Jos Dodd (c)* 
186 John Cathey (c)* 
S e cor Clemmons Calar 
Martin (c)* 
(Clemmons intersects) 
(Mountain intersects) 
S w cor Mountain H Shas,* 

grocer 
188 Wm Garrett (c)* 
100 Alex Blackwell (c) 
192 Richd Brown (c)* 



196 H \\' Holcombe,* grocer 
198 Souuie Washington (cj* 
S e cor Hazzard First Bapt 
Church (cj 
(Hazzard intersects) 
226 Ah'in Tomlin (c) 



POPLAR STREET 

Fourth e of X Main, runs 
from College e to N Beau- 
mont 
27 Lizzie Leslie (c) 
27 Giles Gray (cj 

(l*ine intersects) 
29 J W Bryan (c)* 
40 Mary Hightower (c) 
47 John Moss (cj* 
50 J P Johnston (cj* 
56 James Moore (cj* 
58 Zella Tucker (c)* 
62 Frank Pearson (c)* 
64 N B Collins* 
66 Chester Orr (cj* 
as Mary in Hay den (c)* 
S e cor Brick Thos Sim- 
monds,* grocer 
(Brick intersects) 
70 Souay Fowler (cj* 
118 S J Stroup* 

(E (^'ollege intersects) 
120 Milus Johnson (cj* 
125 Fannie Forster (c) 
125 Mary Logan (c) 
125 Jane Corpening (c) 
125 jNIary Conley (c) 
127 Minnie Rencher (c) 
129(121) J H Huff* 
130 Jasper Hunt (cj* 

133 Vacant 

134 Wm Geffey (cj* 
136 W S Justice* 

136 :\Irs K E Lewis 

137 Willie Burell* 

138 J J White* 

141 Chas McDowell (c)* 



WILLIAMSON & GO 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUCS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



<irowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Patton Avenue. 
Telephone No. 132. 



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141 W Johnston (cj* 
115 Monroe Batey (c)* 
115 Aaron Golightly (e)* 
117 Amos Dirkerson (ej* 
117 Isaac l»inkins (c)* 
18:> l>enj Ilobson (cj* 



EAMOTH STREET 

(Also known as \Voolsey), 
sitnated n of city, adjoin- 
ing city limits 

Allison (t D* 

Ambler C 1' l)r* 

Barnard HE* 

Bridgwater A 8* 

Brown C L* 

Cannon C W* 

Cannon W M* 

Cheetham F* 

Cooper C S* 

Cornell A\' t?* 

Cunningham (^ E* 

Drummond F Mrs 

Edwards A B* 

Fitzpatrick R L* 

Goodrich C H* 

Hamilton E G* 

Hedden B W* 

Kimberly Rebecca Miss 

Kimberlv T M,* dairy 

King h'l* 

Knykendall T* 

Long T B* 

Lynch M (c)* 

Mahathy T M* 

Morgan J N* 

Phillips B F (c)* 

Ray J M* 

Reed J E* 

Reynolds E 

Robertson J A* 

"Snyder N* 

Stewart N H* 

Sullivan J Y* 

'Sumner B H* 



AValser F T* 
^^'eaver W T* 
AVelbaum J M Rev 
Wilson W H* 
Woolsey C W* 
Wooten J M 



RAY STREET 

See Svcamore 



RECTOR STREET 

Second s of Patton ave, 
runs from Depot n w to 
Hayw^ood 

12 A D Stirewalt* 

15 F E James* 

17 Mrs Sarah Lett 

19 J F Morris* 

21 B B Freeman* 

23 T H Cowan* 

23 J L Moore* 

24 W G Rector* 

25 E L Patterson* 
27 A C Roberts* 



REDMOND'S ALLEY 

Runs from East e to lim 



REED STREET 

Second e of Charlotte, 
runs from Baird n e to 
lim 



REVELL'S ROW 

Rear 55 Depot 



RICHMOND HILL 

Near Bingham Heights 



RIVERSIDE DRIVE 

See Averv 

ROBERTS STREEI 

Fourth s e from Patton av, 
runs from W Haywood s 
e to Depot 



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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 



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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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KO BERTS ST.— C'out'd 
50 ]Mr's Jennie Speegle 
58 Jack Henderson (c)* 
Louisa Uibbs (e) 
Jolin McRae (c)* 
■Petei- Hambriglit (c)* 
Geo Weston (c)* 
l^aura Laigen (c) 
J H Hobson (c)* 
M J Hill (e)* 
H C Lorick (c)* 
John Rineliardt (c)* 
r Banks (e)* 
Jolm Lenoir (c)* 
Samuel Thompson (c)* 
D Marline (ej* 
Wm Phillips (c)* 
1) J (iraham (ej* 
Mrs Sarah A Mills 
J L Goodson* 
Jas Sullivan* 
A\^ H Rutherford* 
B F Burnside* 
W A Reynolds* 
L C Shipley* 
T L Pannel* 
(Buxton intersects) 
A S Grahl* 
Gay Green,* grocer 
(Second Floor) 

J M Green* 
R L Pittillo* 
Jos Black* 
J Powell* 
Vacant 

(Second Floor) 
171 Mrs M S Hammett 

171 J W Ledwell* 

172 J R Treadaway & Co, 

genl mdse 

173 Vacant 
105 A A Pace* 
11)7 J Ingle* 
107 J M Black* 



199 D I Moore* 
199 G Dalton* 



ROLLINS STREET 

First n of So Ry, runs 

from Depot w to French 

Broad ave 

1 H F Barkley* 

3 T A Clevenger* 

5 Mrs Annie O'Connor 

7 Vacant 

9 Vacant 



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SENEY STREET 

Fourteenth n of Court Sq^ 
runs from X Main e to 
Merrimon ave 
9 JNlary Dailey (c) 
9 J Burnett (c)* 

13 Vacant 

14 E S Hall* 

15 C C Montgomery (c) 
21 S R Bean* 

(Centre intersects) 

( West intersects) 
24 J A\'orrall* 

D F Mitchell* 

J F Massagee* 
31 W W Young* 
35 Vacant 
3() :M!-s E C Parker 
37 A P Morgan (c)* 

40 J A Crowell* 

41 D O Rav* 
44 H A Fry* 

47 C F Bradsher* 

48 L M Blankenship* 

(East intersects) 
55 J M ]\Iorgan* 
00 S Redman* 
09 G T Campbell* 
70 W H Clark* 
70 W A Llolland* 
75 F M Snyder 

(Fulton intersects) 



AnVCDnriOCDO when you want to reach the EN flRE 
j-mfc^ w B.!^ I IWbrtW, population of AshevlIIe, the ONLY 
way IS to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thoroughfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUM MER, Manager. Olllce in Opera House Building. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co. 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. "* 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 



1899-1000 CITY DIRECTOEY 



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77 Mrs A Asbton 

79 R Smitli 

80 J 1) Redmou* 

81 Mrs Lou Lanning 



SHORT STREET 

Fourth w of 2s Main, runs 
from Cherry n w to limitts 

8 J M (rudger* 

9 F Fanning* 

11 r E Embler* 

12 A F Felthaus* 
15 AY Smith* 

Lettie Copelaud (c) 

F R Melntire* 

J 31 Brown* 

J H Rhodes* 

A'acant 

F F Howell* 

E T Rhiuehart* 

Eliza Hamilton 

J H Jenkins* 

Yacant 

Mollie Logan (c) 

T Hardgraves (c) 



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SILVER STREET 

Third s of I'atton 
runs from Bailey 
Grove 

2 C I Bard* 

3 S M Pugh* 
C M Williams* 
Yacant 

S L Thompson (c)* 
C W Knuckles (c)* 
P L Hendricks (c)* 
W P Kilpatrick* 
R S McCall* 
31 L Britt* 
J D Wauner* 



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SOCO STREET 

Seventh n of Haywood, 
runs from 3[ontfoi-d n e to 
limits 



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SORREL STREET 

Runs from .Vtkiu 

limits 

8 John Icam (cj* 

9* Julia Williams 
]0(0) Lizzie Porter 
10 James Blalock* 
17 Matilda HoAvard (e) 
18(9) J M Turner, grocer 
20(2) L F Sorrel 
23 Sallie Crockett (c) 
36 Henry Lee (c)* 



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SOUTHSIDE AVENUE 

Fniiifh s (f Patton av 
runs from S Main south 
west to Depot 

52 Allen Bostin (c) 

53 Wm J Rice (c)* 

54 Miller Rice (c) 

62 Madam Clero Lokey 
64 D B Blanton (c) 

66 Samuel Tate (c)* 

67 Bud Tucker (c) 

68 L L Clayton (c). Inch rm 
70 Henry ]Moore (c), barber 
70 Jas M Pollard (c),* restr 
79 Mrs Sarah 31 Wheeler 
88 S Gibbs (c) 

94 A E Jenkins* 

96 J H Herrell* 
198 Jas Greer (c)* 

(3IcDowell intersects) 
200 31 B Graham* 

(Victoria ave intersects) 
210 P E Lingle* 
216 J S Foster,* grocer 
220 W H Rogers*' 
276 3"acant 

284 W C Jones,* grocer 
286 J 3Y 31elton* 
286 J L Owens* 

290 vSouthside av Presbv Ch' 

291 S Elliott (c)* 
293 J N Freeman 



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Lvtn^in rhc.if^^^l'^^ T?"^^ experience is a graduate of Jefferson Medical CoUege The Philadelphia 
pSp^;^^rRL,^?.^,^®w^y\r*°^* ^""^"^^ *?' Anatomy a,d Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
fi^vt^l^aSitlesalla^S^* reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



ine i:*inest J-rine ot French 
Briar and Meerschaum Pipes 
south of New York at the 



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' THSI I )E A v.— Cont'd 
Dora Clayton (c) 
F P Smith* 
Jos Mills (c) 
Addie Dimlev (c) 
John Ledford* 
Geo Ballard* 
Vacant 

(Gaston intersects) 
T L Isaac* 



SOUTHSIDE AVENUE 

(t^hortj runs ]>arallel with 

Southside are 
119 Holeman & Coldwell, 
121 Peter Banks (c)* 
123 K Morrison (c)* 
407 Thos Hemphill (c)*, 
409 Amanda Cowens (c) 
411 Kufus Weaver (c)* 
413 Mrs Irene Woody 
417 Mrs Matilda Ray 
419 :Miss Mattie Brackett 
421 Maggie Conner (c) 
423 Thos Jones (c) 
426 Vacant 
429 Thos Shanklin (c)* 



SPRING STREET 

Fii-st west of Patton ave, 
runs from Havwood n w 
to West Haywood 
IDS Hinton* 

4 W R Lyerly* 

5 M W Lyeriy* 

6 B P Landreth* 

7 Vacant 

9 B E Boling* 

10 W M Jackson* 

11 W" A Allison* 
21 Vacant 

23 J M Pinner* 

25 Mrs D J Cranford 

26 F iM Ambrose* 



WILLIAMSON & CO 



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SPRUCE STREET 

First east of North Main, 
runs from College n to 
Woodfin and s to Eagle 
(GOING NORTH) 
N E cor E College 1st Bap- 
tist church 
8 E McDowell (c),*shoemk 
10 Vacant 
24 C H Miller* 
27 Mrs Mary Queen 
29 Emma Gaither (c) 
35 Dr R H Reeves* 

35 F Rutledge* 

41 INIrs C C Mitchell 
48 Mrs W O Hudson, bdg 
56 M Swartzberg* 
57 B R Fakes* 
57 W J Slayden 
63 Mrs Rutii V Brown 
65 Geo W Davis* 
67 Christian church 
69-71 Mrs Lucetta V Cole 
(GOING SOUTH) 

3 Miss Eliza Garren 

3 J B Andrews* 

3 Levi Ivy* 

3 Mrs Laura L Woods 

() I A Hartsell* 

8 I) M Mc Can] ess* 
10 S S Lynch* 
12 C M White* 
14 H S Walton* 
16-18 W H Westall,*lumbr 

36 James Evans,* bdg hse 

36 Chas ]Meikel* 

37 Mrs M J Lingerfelt 
37 L J Choffel* 

37 J E Patton* 

37 Mrs N M Clevenger 

40 W M Hill & Co, sausage 
mfrs 



Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

In all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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STARNES AVENUE 

Runs from Xortli ^Nlain 

soutlnvest to Cumberland 

ave 

5 ^Ii's S M ^^ta^nes 

() Eli Mustin* 

7 Miss H S Read 

(Guadv intersects) 

8 Mrs M'llunt 
11 J E Drake* 
13 F B Miller* 
11 T W Branch* 

15 T M Barker* 

16 G A Diggs* 

IT L A Farinholt* 
IS R F Longbottom* 
19 W C Stradlev* 
I'O G M Mathis* 
21 AY H Hardgrove* 
(Flint intersects) 
23 J R Bennett* 

27 T R Harrison* 

28 G W Tilson* 

29 H S Miller* 

30 H Petrie * 

30 W C Black^yood* 

31 J T Young* 

32 J Berneker* 

33 L L Whitehead* 
35 Jas McPherson* 
351 T G Clark* 
37" J M Lvtle* 



SUMMIT STREET 

Fifth east of North Main, 
runs from Hillside south- 
west to limits 
1 C P White* 
11 Yacant 
S E cor Hillside O W Budd 



SUNSET DRIVE 

Runs from Baird north- 
east to limits 



SYCAMORE STREET 

Runs from S Main north- 
west to Market 

4 Robt Mars (c) 

5 Martha Brooks (c) 
8 Harry Logan 

(Yalley intersects) 
23 John Archer (c)* 



TACOMA STREET 

Fourth noith of Gay, runs 
from Pearson ave n w to 
limits 




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TURNER STREET 

First northwest of Patton 
aye, runs from Buttrick s 
w to Spring 

15 T S Dalton* 

16 L J Penley* 

17 J Strou])* 

18 O J Duffle* 

19 J H Eaton* 
22 A W McFee* 

25 Mrs H A Cornell 



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Third east of North Main, 
runs from College s w to 
South Main 
6 Jas Richardson (c)* 
6 Jno Anderson (c)* 
26 Buncombe Ware Hse 
28 M Lytle (c)* 

(Eagle intersects) 
69 Electric Power Hse~ 
73 H Doster (c), grocer 
73 Solomon Williams (c)* 

76 Chas Bailey (c) 

77 Y^ R Redmond (c)* 

78 ]Madam Ida Crook 

79 Lou Bostic (c) 
79 Delia :Miller (c) 

83 Mrs Louisa C Johnson 



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53 Patton Avenue. 



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The Columbus 
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84(24) Schofield Jolmson (c) 
87(136) Pies J Miller (c)* 

1(14 Robt Devinv (c)* 

105(130) Beiij Bird (c)* 

127 Geo Williams (e) 

129 Rena Armstead (c) 
(Catholic ave intersects) 

N E cor Catholic ave Valley 
St Graded Schl (c) 

139 Isaac Dickson (c),* grb 

147 Jennie Ledbetter (c) 

157 Lizzie Collins (c) 

159 Caleb C Lee (c)* 

167 Chas H Jones (c)* 

193 J McKesson (c)* 

S E cor S Eeanmont Eagle 
Warehouse 

Xr n w cor Atlcin Ashy St 
Ry Car shd & Gas Hse 



VANCE STREET 

S<Mond east of X'orth Main 
runs from College n to 
Woodfin 
5 J A Bell* 

12 A B Ware.* dentist 

13 W P Pegram* 

15 ^Ii-s Harriet A Kerr 

16 J G Lindsey* 

17 Dr W P Wiiittington 
IS F P Ingle* 

20 Rev Jos Cadwallader* 
28 H W Plummer 
28 Mrs Alice B Wiggin 
36 W M Hill* 



VELVET STREET 

First east of Spruce, runs 
froni Eagle s e to Ray 
131 Jas Logan (c)* 

133 S Baleuger (c)* 

134 James Cartei' (c)* 

135 Alfred Jackson (c)* 



VICTORIA STREET 

South of city, adjoining; 
city limits 

Adams Mack (c)* 
Addison B F (c),* restr 
Baird Jno (c)* 
lienson M M* 
Biltmore Xurserv 
Bishop H W* 
Blackwelder R A* 
Bobb Topsy (c) 
Boyce A\'m (c)* 
Bridwell S P (c)* 
Bryant Geo (c)* 
Burgan W~m (c)* 
Campbell J M* 
Champet B F,* shoemkr 
Cheney Florence I) Miss 
Com stock Annie E Miss 
Conley D (c)* 
Connally J K Rev* 
Diamond Delia (c) 
Eidson Douglas (c)* 
Feimster Wm (c)* 
Ford J S, fruits 
Forney Abe (c)* 
Gaither Luther (c)* 
Gaither Mitchell (c)* 
Garrett R U* 
Gates Thos* 
Gilliam A J* 
Grant H L* 
Gray Squire (c)* 
Harris G W, grocer 
Hay den Jno (c)* 
Home for the Aged and 

Infirm 
Jackson Bert (c)* 
Jackson Milas (c)* 
Johnson Chas (c)* 
Jolmson Elbert (c)* 
Johnson V^'m (c)* 
Jones R T (c)* 
Leach Anson (c)* 
Livingston Presb.y Ch (c 



L A. FARINHOLT. 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



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Lockmon Juo (c)* 
Lockwood H K* 
Loiiim Saml (c)* 
Lowi y Jas (c)'^ 
Mavhew Robt (c)'' 
Mc'bowell Geo* 
IMcDoAvell Geo M,* 
McDivitt 8 r* 
McXamee Chas* 
Miller H W* 
Moutgomery Robt 
Miirphv Jas J* 
Miirpliy AY A* 
Miiiiay Warren* 
K & C Inst for Young 

Women 
Oakland Heights Flotel 

and Tlie Baths 
Oakland Hts Presby Ch 
O'Neal Turner -e)^ 
Parker Anderson <c)* 
Payne Geo W (e)* 
Pease A E Mr^, bd.g 
Penland P L* 
Pollard Jas (c)* 
Porter T M,* groce.' 
Pursley W A* 
Robinson C W (c), gro 
Seaborne Jno* 
Sikes Mack (c)* 
Sloan Andrew* 
Smathers Lucindii (c) 
Standback Jas (c)''' 
The Home Ind School 
Thompson Saml '(•)* 
Torrence J W* 
Trantham T L, ixrof-er 
Washington W H* 
Webb Hardy* 
Welman Xoah (c)* 
Williams J M* 
Yonngblood W J*' 



VICTORIA AVENUE 

First south of McDowell, 



runs from Southside ave 

bey limits 
55 Robt Brown* 
01 AV G McDowelP- 
G5 W L Tuttle* 



VIEW STREET 

First north of Haywood, 
runs from Atkinson w and 
n w to limits 

1 iMrs E A Boyd 

2 E AY Burnett* 

3 D McCallister* 

4 E R Glenn* 
27 E M Berry* 



WALNUT STREET 

Second north of Patton 
ave, runs from N Main w 
to Haywood 

5 P Gray (c), eating hse 
7 Torrence & Ric"herson 

blacksmiths 
7 F Ballard (c), carp 
17 Miss C Hill 
(Lexington ave intersects) 
S W cor Lexington ave Ban- 
ner AA^a rehouse 
35 Ashv Cigar Co 

(Penland intersects) 
44 C E Young* 
46-52 Gray Gables 

1 J N Hood* 

2 G W Justice* 

3 J T James* 
47 N W Gird wood* 



WATAUGA STREET 

Sixth north of Haywood, 
runs from ^lontford ave n 
w to Pearson ave 



1^ irsT souTU oi JiC-L^oweu, 

Cut Prices. 



WATER STREET 

(See Lexington ave) 



RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with us. We tuy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money.' 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 




Imported and Domestic Cigars Sold by ttie Bex at Factory Prices at t^e 

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WEAVER STREET 

First soulli ^^ Beaumont, 
begins at Sorrels and runs 
east 

5 Martin Bogle (c)* 
7 Chas R Shepherd (o)* 
V'i Vacant 

16 S S Wood (e)* 

17 Perry Hunt (c)"'^ 
20 Edw Potts (c)* 



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First east of North Main, 
runs from Senev n w to 
limits 

6 Rev J W Anderson* 
20 T L Hyndman* 

46 O Henslev* 

47 W Ray* ' 

40 Mattie Sloan (c) 
49 G Williams (c)* 

(Hillside intersects) 
74 F W Garrison* 
7(1 D R White* 
S5 J M Roberts* 
05 L P Horton* 




WEST ASHEVILLE 

Situated about two miles 
west of city 

Alexander J* 

Alexander L E* 

Allen J B* 

Ashley Jane Mrs 

Atkinson A M Mrs 

Ballard S* 

Bell E* 

Bishop J J* 

Bizzell R M* 

Boyd B (O* 

Bradley G* 

Bradley H A Miss 

Bradley M* 

Britt W* 

Brooks A H* 



Brown A E Rey* 
Brown E W* 
Brownson W C Dr* 
Carrington J (c)* 
Clapp J W* 
Clark J E (c)* 
Cumpton L (c)* 
Deayers Hall School 
Farrell J G* 
Fox J* 

Fricks L T,* grocer 
Gardiner G W^* 
Graves A (c)* 
Graves J (c)* 
Greenlee S (c)* 
Greenlee W A (c)* 
Hamilton C (c)* 
Hayes W A* 
Hazel Green Mills 
Henninger J C* 
Howard W E* 
Howell H G* 
Hudgins Carrie Mrs 
Ingle T* 
Jones T* 
King C (c)* 
Kiser W L* 
Lanev A E * 
Lincoln J P (c)* 
Lineberry C M* 
Lineberry HA* 
Logan C C* 
Logan WE* 
Lominac H* 
Lominac L* 
London H R B* 
May W M* 
McBrayer L B Dr* 
McFarland R* 
McKenzie C W* 
Meece J W* 
Meece & Elkins,blksmth 
Mitchell S (c)* 
Nicholson A S* 
Patterson A* 



WI LLIAMSON & CO. '""""'iSS^r"'^ 

16 Patton Avenue. Upholstery Goods, Etc. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pattnn Avenue. 
Tele f. hone No. 132. 



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I'etei'soii W A* 
rittillo K L.* meat inkt 
I'leinmons L* 
]*roctor C (c), blksmith 
Reynolds W A & Co 
Robinson W (c)* 
Sheppard F* 
^\\oo\i M P 
South wiek C H* 
Stroup E* 
Swan Jane (c) 
Tavlor E Mrs 
AVelcb J L* 
Williams L (c)* 
^Vills R (e),* grocer 
Wilson J (c)* 
Worley W M* 
Worley R M Mrs 
Young J W (c)* 
Y'oung W (c)* 



WILLIAM STREET 

First north of Hill, runs 
from Atkinson north to 
limits 

20 T Few (c)* 

01 B Patrick* 
100 J B Ward* 



WILLIAMS STREET 

Second south of Patton 
ave, runs from Bailey w to 
Grove 



WILLOW STREET 

(Also known as Aston) 

First south of Patton ave, 

runs from S Main west to 

Church 

9 E Vernon (c), shoemkr 

9 B Greenlee (c), barber 

11 Brown & Swink, wheel- 
wrights 

15-19 Chambers, Weaver & 
Co Stables 



(Lexington ave intersects) 
18 Julius Houston (c)* 
20 Edw Russell (c)* 
25 J C Swink,* blksmith 
33 Rev Chas W Byrd* 
S E cor Church Trinitv Ch 



WOODFIN STREET 

Second north of Court Sq, 
runs from Xorth Main to 
Xorth Pine 
2 A Mills (c)* 

(N Main intersectsi 
4 Dr J A Burroughs* 
9 P N Thompson (c)* 

21 Mrs T E Reynolds 

22 Mrs ^[ S ReVnolds 
25 Dr C V Reviiolds* 
30 W C Jarvis* 

35 G L Guischard* 
42 M Zageir* 
42 M F Hampton* 
42 Mrs M M Orr 
47 T I Van Gilder* 

(Spruce intersects) 
52 W AV^ Britt* 
58 A F Hensley* 
58 A E Morris* 

60 Vacant 

(Spruce intersects) 

~P V Shoe* 

61 A E Broyles* 

62 L V Boyd,* grocer 
62 Robt Salsbee* 

62 J C Gentry* 
62 Newton Welch* 

(Second Floor) 
62 J E Killian* 
62 M A Killian* 
62 Rev R F Boyd* 
(Central ave intersects) 

67 J A Wagner,* contr 

68 Mrs F M Bean ^ 

71 Mrs Laura H Neilson 

72 D Gross* 




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Leads the South. 



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wool )FIX ST.— Cont'd 
72 J E Quinton 
• (Vance intersects) 

§ 82 R X Daniel* 

> 82 ^V L Wilson* 

^ 8G Mrs S E Israel 

OT 91 C V Xeilson* 

© 92 W O Wolfe* 

g 93 T J Perkinson* 

Si 94 J W Heath* 

g* 95 E E Brown* 

"3 96 Mrs E W Hazzard 

H 99 J G Colvin * contr 



(Oak intersects) 
118 A A Featlierstone* 
121 J H Case* 

(Charlotte intersects) 
175 Vacant 

(Locust intersects) 
179 T C Westall jr* 
179 F L Shuford* 
.180 Mrs S C Stansill 
188 J P Marshall* 
205 A B Smith* 
205 J V Jay* 
208 D L Merrell* 



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ever get it back? If you got it l)ack, didn't you have 
to go after it or hunt for it? 

Now, if you never loaned your Directory we 
recommend you never to tiy it, for you will suffer a 
worse late than with your parachute ! 

BorroM^ers, generally, are chronically such. Their 
conscience is "seared as \vith a hot iron." Beyond the 
shadowy vision of its ultimate reappearance, you Avill 
never see it again. The man who borrows a Directory 
never buys or subscribes for it (or for anything else). 
Ask him to do so, "he doesn't want it," "never has any 
use for it," " he knows more about the people in this city 
than you can tell him," " he knows everybody " and 
" VICE VERSA, Everybody Knoivs Him'" (as a bor- 
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DVERTISING < Control City Street-Car Advertising- 

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OPPOSITE 



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Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



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ASHEVILLE, N. C. 
City Directory, 

Business and Professional Firms, See Classified Business 

Directory. 

ASTERISK (*) OPPOSITE NAME DENOTES MARRIED 





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Abernathy Ohas F,* egr Biltmore Elec P Hse, r S 
Biltmoi'e 
'' Pat H* (Abernathy & Melnturff), r 63 Beaumont 

Hill 
- & Melnturft' (P H Abernathy, R Melnturff), sad- 
dles, harness, bed springs and mattresses, 10 
N Court Square 
Acee A Elmore, clif elk supt So Ry, bds The Knicker- 
bocker 
ACME WINE & LIQUOR HOUSE, JAS H LOUGHRAN 

propr 56-58 S Main 
Adams Eugene T,* eiigr So Ry, r 170 Parks ave 
" Jno S, mgr & supt Inter-Montane St R R, r Coun- 
try 
" Jos S,* atty 7-8 Palmetto bldg, pres Inter-Montane 

St R R, r Country 
'' O E,* brkmn So Ry, r 7 Park Place 
" O E Mrs, depy tax Collr, r 7 Park Place 



WHEN YOU WANT A PRESCRIPTION FILLED, remember the head of our estabUshment, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical CoUege, The Philadelphi* 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



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FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST TOURIST 
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130 M ALONE Y'S ASHEVILLE 

Adickes Autoinette Miss, prin Parmli Sc'hool, r Melke 
House 
" H Fred,* ius agt, v Melke House 
" H Fred jr, atty T-S Temple Ot, r Melke House 
" H F Mrs, proprss Melke House, r same 
" \\'ni C, solicitor Chamibers W & Co, bds Melke H 

Adiliolt C Jas,* driver, r G4 McDowell 

Adkins Alice Miss, bds 02 Southside ave 
'' Wm,* painter, r 305 Short Bailev 

ADKIXt^, see also ATKINS 

Advertising Journal Co, Miss A ]M Cole proprss, perl- 
oidical tickets 84 Pattou ave 

Aiken J P driver Ashe Stm l.^drv, bds 52 E College 

AIKEN WM,* CITY EDITOR DAILY CITIZEN, R 28 

East 
Akins Eliza Mrs, r 144 Hill 
"• Marshall M, wks As'hv Tanuerv, r 144 Hill 

ALBEMARLE PARK CO, INCOR, THOS WADLEY 

Kaoul pres; W (1 Ka<>ul secy & treas; builders 
and renters of Albemarle Park property, proprs 
The Manor. Charlotte nr limits 

O^l I OTBVfl C V?C ) Fine Clothing and Furnish- 
^^V/wfVlillCT 0[ ings. Young's Hats, Hanan's 
18 Patton Avenue ) Shoes 

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FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
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ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

32 I'-A-TToaxr -A."\rE3i^XT:E!. i=»i3:o3xrE: 40. 



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Carolina Coal Go. 



Office Phone 133. Yard Phone 144". 
OFFICE 23 PA TTON A VE. 

(See Page Adv.) 



•' ]\I (Mrs G), jeweler 33 Patton ave, r Atkin cor Val. 
ley 

'• Marcus, iiiech. bds 1 View > 

" Nannie J Miss, r 76 Liberty 

" R Wyatt, elk, r 271 R 3Iain 

" Vernon, wks Aslhv Mlllin<>' Co. r W AsliT 

" W Julius,* r 40 Flint 
Allbrij^ht Jas W,* printer Asli'r Prtg Co, r 115 Bailey 
Alien Elhi V ]\riss. wks Asliv Skt CVv, r 29 If^tarnes ave 

ALLEN HERBERT C* PROPR & MGR ASHV TRAM 

Co, r ^lontford 
" John, wks J M (Uidger, i' same 
'' John B,* wks Biltmore Nursery, r W Ashv 
Allison A Louisa (wid E H), r 43 East 
" Chas M, student, r 27 Bearden ave 
" Coleman, condr Ro By, bds 148 Park ave 
'^ Elkaney, wks G D Allison, bds 43 East 
" Frances Miss, tchr Home lud School, r same 
'^ Fuller, tinner, i' 10 Pearson Drive 
" Ged I>,* shoemkr 35 E College, r Ramoith 
'' Irvine,* engi' So By, r 148 I'ai-k ave 
" Jas B.* Avks Kenilworth Stables, r sniiic 



Alberstcn Andy A,* condr Ashv St By, r 172 S Main 
Aldrich Amelia Miss, cook Cliildreus Home, r same 

" Dexter, tireman So By, r 142 Boberts 

" Lester P, * tireman So By, r 48 Jetferson Drive 

" Lester S, r 48 Jetferson Drive 
Alexander Clifford S,* elk Dr T C Smith, bds 25 Bailey 

'* Ernest M, wks Ashv Cycle Co, r 271 S :Main " fj 

" Fannie Miss, r 40 Flint K 

'' (Jranville C,* wks Pafton & Stikeleathc^i'. r 271 S 
Main 

" (lustave,* with M Alexander, r Atkin cor ^'alley 

" Jas,* r West Asbe^ille 

'' Jas L,* steward A^^inyah Sanitarium, r 74 N Main 

'' Jas L Mrs. mgr Wyckoff" Hall, r same 

'' Jas M,* saddles and harness 1 Court Sq, r 271 S 
Main 

" Janie Miss, wks Ash'v Cot Mill, bds 1 View 

" Juda A Mrs, bds 98(!M)) I'atton ave 

" L Edward,* miller, r W Ashv 

'* Louis A, elk, r 271 S Main 



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. A. bHccH, The Lea ding Fan cy Grocer. 



53 Patton Avenue. 



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Complete Stock 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

Always on Hand 



Special Orders . . . 

Given 

Prompt Attention. 



ASHEVILLE HARDWARE COMPANY. 



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Allison Lona Miss, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 4o East 
" Oliver, lab, r nr Ashv I & C Co Chute 
*• Oscar, r nr Ashv I & C Co Chute 
*' Ridiiard* (Davis & Allison), r 27 Bearden ave 
" Thos.* butcher, r nr Ashv I & C Co Chute 
" A\'in A,* policeman, r 11 Sprino^ 
" A\'ui \\', rtajiUTu So Rv, bds 111 Park ave 

Alston (lias J,* r 251 N Main 
" Edward M,* elk Dr T C Smith, r 160 Patton ave 

Altimont (The), Mrs J L Morgan proprss, bdg 211 
Ha J wood 

Ambler Chase P, phys 5-6 Temple Court, r Ramoth 

Ambrose Francis M,* shoemkr Depot nr Roberts r 26 
Spriiio- 

Amiss J Taylor,* druggist, r 128 Haywood 

Amnions Tina Miss, r Avery 
" Tilden, wics Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 
" A'ictoria Miss, wks As'hv Cot Mills, r nr same 
" A\'m,* r W Haywood nr Roberts 

Andersen Hans P,* sec Inter Committee Y M C A, r 
Montford 

PAT MclNTYRE, I Beer Botiled Daily. 

Agent AUGUSTA BREWING CO. J 53 south wam. Phone 218. 

Anderson E Ross,* coupler So Rv, r 131 Blanton 

" Henrv' M Dr,* bkpr J H Law, r 68 Church 

" Jesse W Rev,* r 6 West 

" Ivock M,* r So Ry S bey limits 
Andi*ews C Mitchell, suirt City Water Filtering Dept,. 
r 305 E College 

" Bruce Misis, secy French Broad Press, r 3 S Spruce 

■" Cxeo W, carp, r 305 E College 

'^ Jos B,* photo 53 E College, r 3 S Spruce 

" R M Rev, r 10 Short 

-' Terrell M,* carp, r Town Mtn 
Angel Mary, seamstress, r 10 Hazzard 
Anger Augustus, wks So Ry, rms 350 W Haywood 
Angle Melvin Y,* r 356 N Main 
Arcadia Hotel, Mrs Grace Johnson proprss, 26| S 

IMain 
ARMORY" CO F & G, N C S G, 3D FLOOR COUNTY 
(\iupt House 

ARMOUR PACKING CO, G E BRADFORD MGR, 531 
W Haywood 



L. A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary PubliC. 



Paragon Pharmacy Go 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



OPPOSPE 

Postoffice. 



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Annstroug Eugene J,* dairvunan, r Chunn's Cove 

*' Wilber, r Chunn's Cove 
Arnold Hunter (Roberts & Arnold), bds 22 Davidson 
Arthur T S, rnis 7 ^faxwelton bldj? 

ARTHUR JOHN P, SECY OAKLAND HTS HOTEL CO, 

r hd E CoUege 
'' \yni. opr ^^' U Tel Co, bds 53 E College 
Arwood John C* teamster, r 103 Depot 

" ]\[arcus N,* drayman, r Avery 

ASHEVILLE ADVERTISING AGENCY, J D PLUMMER 

mgr, 0])era House bldg 

" Carriage & ^A"agon Repository, T S Morrison propr 
44 ^A' College 

" Cemetery Co, ineor, T AA' Patton pres; J P Sawyei* 
v-pres; M J Bearden secy & treas, proprs River- 
side Cemetery 

" China Co, J I* Howatt mgr, 12 X Court Square 

" Cig^ar Co, R R Porter propr 35 ^^'alnut 

ASHEVILLE CLUB, D C WADDELL JR PRES, DR 

('has S Jordan v-pres; J I) Carrier secy & treas, 
3rd floor Drhumor bldg 



STORtS 

OFFICES 

REALTY 



WM, JOHNSTON, Jr. 



No. 20 

Temple Court 



ASHEVILLE COLLEGE FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WO- 

men. Anliibald A .Jones pres. Oak n e vov E 
College (see Appendix) 

" Cotton Mills, incor, Caesar Cone pres, Geo A Ma- 
bane secy & treas, W A Gill supt, mfrs cotton 
goods, AA' Haywood s e cor Avery 

" Cvcle Co, E () Sawvcr ])ro])r, 18-20 Chuicli 

ASHEVILLE DAILY & WEEKLY GAZETTE, THE 

Gazette l*ublisliing Co proprs ^Vt publrs, .1 E 
Norton editor, 4 N Court Square 

" Dray ("o, R M Ramsey mgr, 1 Court Square 

" Fish Co (R Z Sorrels,'(; F Rav), 14-15-17-18 Central 
Market 

" Foundry & Machine Wks, G S \\'ilsnn propr, 8 But- 
trick 

" Grocerv Co, C L Rice propr 319 W Havwood 

ASHEVILLE HARDWARE CO, INCOR 1898, A R 

Ellerson pres; Claybrook .Janu-s genl mgr; hdw, 
ag^'icultural implements etc, S Main s e cor Ct 
Square 



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RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy, 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Grade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



BOTTLED GOODS 
.... SPECIALTY .... 



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ASHEVILLE ELECTRIC CO, INCOR, J E RANKIN 

l>ies; Jas 11 Cutler secy ».^' ticas; H W IMiiui- 
iiier local mgr; office 20 S Ooairt Square 

/^sl7euille ^leetrie Qo. 

... ELECTRIC LIGHTING ... 

"■!■ ^outt? Qourt Square. 

J. E. RANKIN, President. J. H. CUTLEK, Sec. ai.d Trea?. 

H. W. PLUMMER, Local Manager. 



'' Hotel. H A Kimball propr. TOi S Main 
ASHEVILLE ICE & COAL CO, INCOR, H T COLLINS 

]n-es; ^^' E Lo<;aii v-pres; (leo K (jollins secy & 
treas; mfrs ice & dealers in coal, oltice 32 Patton 
avc^ 
^' Library Association, ^liss Emily J Hatcli, libra- 
rian, l'alni(4t<) bldg S Court Sq (See Appendix) 

heniing & Repairing. 



Asheville Cycle Co. 

EUGENE C. SAWYEK, Proprietor. 



18 and 20 Church St. 



ASHEVILLE MILLING CO, ASHEVILLE COAL & ICE 

Co proprs, office 82 I'atton ave 
" Photo Studio, S A ]McCanless propr, 17-19 Mc- 
Afee bld^j 

ASHEVILLE PICTURES & PENCILINGS, A H Mc- 

(,Juilkin (Mlitci- vK: ])i-oj»r !).") E College 

ASHEVILLE PRESSING CLUB (THE) (J H BOONE, 

C 1) Pogart), 4 N Court Square 



The Asheville Pressing Club 

Branch clubs at Charlotte, Greensboro, AVilmington and 

Raleigh. Eing ns up when in need of any work in our line. 

JOIN US FOR THE POLLOWISO REASONS: 

We agree to k'-ep aU your clothes neatly cleaned ani pressed, and always 
looking as good as new: In fact, keeping y'lur clothes iu Al shape, as many 
and as often as vou wish. We send for and deliver all c'othes. ALL OF 
THE ABOVK FOR ONLY $1.00 PER MONTH. A trial is all we beg of you. 
Yon pr(ss the button. We do the pressing. 

Special attention and qn'ck service to the traveling public. Clothing 
cleaned and pre.ssed and delivered the same day. Terms liberal. Work 
guaranteed. 

BOONE & BOQART. Hanagers. 

Phone 389. Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Gazette Building, Up Stairs 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, . . . . 
CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44- Pattnn Avenue, 
Telephone No. 132. 



1800 1000 CITY DIRECTORY 



135 



ASHEVILLE PRINTING CO, GEO L HACKNEY PROPR, 

in'inters, stsitioiuM's (4'e, 4 X Court Sfjuaro 

ASHEVILLE REGISTER (THE) ROBERTS & ARNOLD 
pi'oprs & ])ul)li's, 13 N Court Square 
'• Skirt Mfo- CV). AA' B Greene mgr, 3d floor 1 S W Ot 

Square 
'• Steam Dve Wks. J C Oi-r (c) propr. 10 S Court Sq 

ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, J A NICHOLS PROPR, 

ASHEVILLE STREET R R CO J E RANKIN RECEIVER, 
B M Jones secy, R J SherifE supt, proprs Ashe- 
ville St R R. Agheville Gas Co, and Asiheville 
Electric Li^'ht Co, 1 S W Court Square 

Asheville Street Railroad Co. 

OflRce and Ladies' "Waiting Eoom, 
Corner Court Scjuare and Patton Avenue. 



GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS 

Special Price on Gas TTsed for Fuel Purposes. 



WM, C, SMITH, 



Best TailoiingJ 37 

S. Main St 



Over 4000 Varieties. 



ASHEVILLE SUPPLY & FOUNDRY CO, INCOR, T A 

speed pres; J H AA'oody, genl mgr, Market nr 
Eagle (See front cover) 

ASHEVILLE TANNERY, HANS REES' SONS PROPRS, 

nr So Rv Pass Sta 

ASHEVILLE TELEPHONE CO, (INDEPENDENT), W S 

Proctor mgr (Mrs Charity Rusk Craig), office «& 
exdhiange 11 Ratton ave ;M floor (see side limes) 
ASHEVILLE TRANSFER CO, HERBERT C ALLEN 
X>ropr & mgr, GO Patton ave 
" & Biltmore Elec I'ower Hse, Avery nr Depot 
" & Biltmore St Ry & Trans Co (incor), \\\u T 
Weaver pres and genl mgr; E Waddell supt 
& elec, office 13 ]\Iax\velton bldg 
Ashley Jane Mrs, r AN' Ashv 
Ashtoii Agnes (wid Jas), r 77 Seney 
" Jas,* teamster, r 77 Seney 
'' Saml, teamster, r 77 Seney 
Aston Cordelia G (wid E J), r G3 Church 



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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

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ASTON, RAWLS & CO (C T RAWLS, F STIKE- 

leatherj, real estate and lire, life & ace ins 18^ 
S Main 

Established 1865. 

ASTON, RAWLS & GO. 

General Insuranc e Agents 

Fire, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability, 
Steam Boiler, Plate Glass, Tornado, 
Fidelity Bond, Elevator Security Bon d. 

f^EAb ESTATE RHD IiORHS 

18^ South Main Street. 

Special Attention Given to the Collection of Rente and the 
care of Property. 



WOODBURY pnilj COMPANY. 

Telephone 344. UUHL 



Office 1^0. 6 Patton Ave. 



all kind6 of 
harl) and 
soft coal. 



Aitkin Geo E,* jirocer 15 Person Drive, r same 
" Laura (wid Tlios), dressmkr, r 134 Oliurcli 
" Susan (J (wid Thos \^'). r 140 S Main 

ATKINS HARDIN U* PASTOR HAYWOOD M E CH, R 

11 Jiut trick 

" Sarak A Miss, r 5 ^'ance 

" Tlios S* (Market St W \V Co), r W Asheville 

'' W'm, porter L Swicegwod 
ATKINS, see also ADKINS 
Aitkinsion Annie M Mrs, r W Askv 

" Belle M (wid M D), r 200 Montford ave' 

" David D, elk Car Coal Co, r 200 Montford ave 

ATKINSON EDWARD B,* (N T ATKINSON, SONS & 

C<t). r A\' Ashv 
" Harriet N (wid Nat), r 21G Haywood 
" Margaret E (wid Jas J), r 175 Patton ave 
" Natt B, bds 21() Haywood 



advertisers; 



When you want to reach the EN IIRE 
population of Asheville, the ONLY 
way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thoroug:hfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUMMER, Manager. Office in Opera House Building. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. "^ 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 

1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 137 



ATKINSON NATT, SONS & CO (E B ATKINSON, J A 

Porter), real estate, r 5 X W Court S(i 
" Philip G, r 216 Haywood 
" Roy D, civil en«;r. r 200 Montford ave 

AUGUSTA BREWING CO, PAT MclNTYRE AGT 53 S 

Main 
Austin Annie Mrs, cook S E Cunningham, r same 

" Lucy Miss, r Victoria 
Ajer Julian, agt rms 23 N Main 



Babington Jos P,* stoye repr Market nr Eagle, r 101 

Blanton 
Badger Chas L,* r 115 Haywood 
*' Sherwood H, elk in chg bath dept Oakland Hts, r 
same 
Bailey Nancy C (wid Jas), r rear 55 Depot 
" St School, Bailey s e cor Siher 
" W T, wks Ashv Tannery 



J. H. WEAVER & GO. ° 



AL ESTATE. 

ty and Suburban Pi-i porty 
for Sale and Rtnt. 



Thurman G, elk Chas W Baird, r 277 Haywood 



BAIN EDWIN L REV, PASTOR N ASHEVILLE M-E CH, | ^. 

r 8 Centre ^ t; ^■■Bj 

BAINBRIDGE FREDERICK F,* PORPR BAINBRIDGE'S 2P ^ 

Book Store, r 07 E College c y ^^ 

BAINBRIDGE'S BOOK STORE, FFBAINBRIDGE PRO- |> JTJ 

prietor, 18 S Main (See Adyj P QJ 

Baird Chas W, grocer 208 Patton aye, r 277 Haywood P ^^^ 

** Harriett L (wid E), r 40 Central aye ^^ 

BAIRD HARRISON L, PHYS 6 PATTON AVE, OFFICE 

hours, 11 to 2, I) to 5, [ihoue 34, r The Knickei- Sra ° S"^ 

bocker, phone 802 5'» ^S-oS 

" Harry, wks S Smith S^*^ Si^ o ^ 

" Jas S T Dr, r 277 Haywood a? 5 J ^ S^ 

" Jennie E Mrs, proprss The Knickerbocker, r same i 2 g 3 5|^ 

" John H, r The Knickerbocker P^l^^t^* ^ 

" Jno R* (Baird & Rector), r 120 S French Broad aye 0*3?!: 

" Kenneth D, elk Chas W Baird, r same §; ^SrS.*^ 

'' Lizzie Miss, r 46 Central aye cr ,5:^1^ Si 

" Loretta (wid Adolphus), r 135 Broad cg^g 05- 

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WMJi.N YOU WANT A FHiiS0t<XPTION FILLED, rememoer ttie bead o I our est;iDlisnment, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience, Is a graduate of Jefferson Medical CoUege The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 



Berkeley 



Briar and Meerschaum Pipes 

south of New York at the CigaT StAHCl. 



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o s I Baird & Reclt)r (J K Baird, T S Rector), turn 44 N Main 

Baker Eionson M. student, r ?A{) W Haywood 



-a L." 5 ^- '' Clarence M, bds 79 N Main 

|3 g S " Hamilton D* (Baker & Son), r 340 W Haywood 

~ ££ ? " Jas L,* painter, r 7B Cherry 



^ '• Joliu,* piano tuner, r 104 Bailey 



d —I wood 



John D (B,aker & Son), r 340 W Haywood 
Roach, wks Ashe Cot Mills, bds 511 W Haywood 
Wm A, student, r 340 W Haywood 
& Son (H D & J D Baker), meat mkt, 339 W Hay- 



BALDWIN PENROSE,* MGR GRANTS PHARMACY, R 

12 French Broad ave 

" Vess, wl^s C R Whitaker, r same 
Ball Benj F,* painter, r 33 McDowell 
" Clinii^man,* r 6 East 
CO " Jas C. painter, r 33 McDowell 

^ " J Shutf. auctioneer Farmers W'hse 

5 BALL LEROY, BALL & SHEPPARD, RMS 11 FLINT 

S '' Melphef,* r (3 East 

^ " R obt F,* shnn, r 38 Sorrels 

ca i^OIIOTiy CV'CK'ne Clothing and Furnish- 
^ V^Vr W rv I 1^ C I O^ ings. Young's Hats. Hanan's 
^ 18 Patton Avenue ) Shoes. 



" Vernie Miss, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 38 Sorrels 

cj " Victoria J (wid Thos), eating hse 24 N Main, r 23 N 

Main 

BALL & SHEPPARD (LEROY BALL, M C SHEPPARD), 

jiluuibers, steam and gas fitters, 4 Patton ave 
JBallai'd Albeit M, phys & surg'n 210 Haywood, r same 
" Geo,* farmer, r 303 Southside aAe 
" Mattie Miss, wks C H Southwick, r same 
••• Solomon,* farmer, r West Asheville 
" AMI lard X, wtcihmn Ashr St Ry, bds 48 Seney 
" Wm,* lab, r 303 Southside ave 
^ g Pallew Jos R,* r 80 Depot 

f— «* '' Wm l\ tireman So Ry, bds 80 Depot 

f-^ £3 Ballinger Jas, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 3 Buxton 

Baltimore (The), ^I Swartzberg, propr, dry goods, etc, 

10-12 Patton ave 
Bandy Ti H, wks Biltmore Nursery 
IJanks Annelte iy\ id H H), r 35 Charlotte 
" John,* lab, i- ^[ontford 
" Jos. lab. r INlontford 



WILLIAMSON & CO 



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Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE $( COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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LEKOY BALL. M- C. SHEPPARD. 

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All Work First-Class. 
Moderate Prices. 



Phone 88 .... No. 4 Patton Avenue. 



Carolina Coal Go. 



Office Phone 1 3 J. Yard Phone 144. 
OFFJCE 23 PA T70N A VE. 

(See Page Adv.) 



Ranks Win :\I. r :55 diailotte 

Raimor Warehouse. Roberts & iSlieppard, proprs. Wal- 
nut s w cor K Lexington ave 
Ranning Jas.* carp, r 85 Depot 
Rarber (leo R, iirinter Citizen, bds Ashv Hotel 

'• Wm W.* eoiidr So Ry, r 121 Depot 
Rard Clias I.* sign painter, r 2 Silver 

'" Clinton F. sign painter, bds 2 Silver 
3>arker Clias W,* steward Ken'ihvorth Inn, r 121 Mont- 
ford ave 
" Ellen M :Miss, tchr :\tontford ave Sell, r 15 Starnes 
a^e 
BARKER E VON V MRS, MODISTE, 19 AND 20 

iM-huinor bldg, r same 
'' Tiles ]\I.* r 15 Starnes ave 

BARKER THOS M JR, REPORTER DAILY CITIZEN, 

1k1s 15 StariM's av(^ 
Rarkley Henry F.* air brake ins]>r So R,v, r 1 Rollins 
Rarlow Adol]>lins H. intm Asliv St Rv. bds IJi S Main 

BARNARD ALFRED,* ATTY BARNARD BLDG, R 230 

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VuII°c::T iik^m^JL Asheville Hardware Co. 

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BARNARD BUILDING, OT SQ N W COR PATTON 
ave 
" Hezekiah E,* r Ramotb 
" Jos H,* lumberman, r 56 Centre 
" Wm ^y* retired, r 187 Chestnut 
Barnes Wm,* lab, r 85() N ]Main 
Q Barnett Jaclc G,* wks Biltmore Nurserv, r S Biltmore 

'' John G,* foremn nursery dept ^'anderbilt's, r Bilt- 
more 
p " Dora Miss, domestic A F Rees, r same 

Barr Lottie R Mrs, tchr Factory Schl, r 2-41 Haywood 
" Robt H,* r 241 Haywood 
Q Barreli Grace Miss, r 114 Montford ave 

Bartlett Chas H,* city guard, r 84i- S Main 
" Essie R Mrs, elk Singer Mfg Co, r 34^ S Main 

H Basler Agnes T (wnd Geo W), bdg, 40 N French Broad 

'*' Katherine Miss, r 40 N French Broad ave 
^ Bass Jas C* lab, r .344 S Main 

Bates Alfred, wks Paris Med Co, bds t;3 N Main 

PAI mcimYiit,/CLUi^ 5ALOON 

53 South Main, ) I'HOJXIE: 210. 

" Fleet, wks Paris Med Co, bds 63 N Main 
" John,* lab, r Sunset Drive 

BATHS (THE), OAKLAND HTS HOTEL CO PROPRS, 

Dr Paul PiKjuiu su])t, Oakland Heights 
Batson Alice Mrs, r Victoria 

BATTERHAM HARRY,* REAL ESTATE 4 PALMETTO 

bldg, r 50 Liberty 

Real Estate and Renting 



PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN 
TO REPAIRS. -. 

. . . . H. BATTERHAM 

Nn. 4 Palmetto Uld's, ASHBVILI.B, N. C. 



L A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Phapmaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY, 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



1891)11)00 CITY DIRECTOKY 



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r.attei'haiu Mary R (wid Wm), v 5(5 Hillside 
'• Rose Miss, luasseiii- Oakland Hts, r same 
BATTERY PARK BANK (THE), INCOR 1891, CAPI- 

tal 1100,000; J 1' Sawyer, pres; F S Coxe, v-pres; 
J E Rankin, cashr; 1^)15 Patton ave 

BATTERY PARK HOTEL CONSERVATORIES, FLOR- 

ists, IJattery I'ark Hotel, branch office at Para- 
gon IMuirniacv 

BATTERY PARK HOTEL (THE), E P McKISSICK 

propr, Patton ave and Haywood 
'• Park News & Cigar Stand, J H Drakeford, propr, 
in Battery I'ark Hotel 
BATTLE OCTAVE,* DIST AGT PENN MUTUAL LIFE 

Ins (;o and Preferred Accident of N Y, 18 Pat 
ton a\'e, r 100 Flint 

BATTLE S WESTRAY,* PHYS 13 CHURCH, OFFICE 

hours 3 to 5; prest Oakland Hts Hotel Co, r Oak- 
land Hts Hotel 

Bauer Alvin Oswald, tchr Asheville Col for Y M, r 
same 

Baughain Chas R, slmn Sumner D & Co, bds 32 Bailey 



WM. JUKN^lUNjr. 

Office No. 20 



Temple Court 



STCI^ES 

OFFICES 

RBAUTY. 



Baumgardner Hattie L (wid L M), r 76 Central ave 

Bauragartner Chas, wks So Ry, bds 340 W Haywood 

Bayler Mack K, lab, r 444 (42j W Haywood 

Bayne Chas W, photgr J M McCanless, bds 97 Blanton 
" John,* engr Rock Quarry, r Richmond Hill 

Beach Walter E, eng inspr So Ry, bds 527 W Hay- 
wood 

Beacham Edw, ptr L Swicegood 
" Wm P,* flgnmn So Ry, r Avery 

Beadle Chauncey D,* chief of the landscape and nur- 
sery depf Vanderbilt est, r same 

Bealer Frank A, elk S P Mears 

Beall Jas I,* (Beall & Stoner), mgr The French Broad 
Press, r 129 Broad 
" & Stoner (J I Beall, J M Stoner), proprs and publrs 
Our Mountain Home, 8-9-10 McAfee bldg 

BEALL, see also BELL 

Beam Cynthia M (wid W J), r 4 Silver 
•' Edith W (wid A I)), opr So Bell Tel Co, bds 33 
Bailey 



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The Carolina Pharmacy. 

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]U^;iu Fannie M (wid Jno), r 68 Woodlin 
" llujili, wks So Ky Shops, bds '.US ^V Haywood 
" .1 Allen, ap]H- Fienc'h liroad Press, bds !-*•> Broad 
" Sanil 11. i>iint('r. v S(i Woodlin 

BEAN SAM'L I,* MONUMENTS AND MARBLE WKS, 

10;> Patton are. r 21 Seney 
liearden Eugene M, elif elk The Berkeley, bds same 

" Marens J,* seey »S: treas Ashv Cemetery Co, r 1^35 N 
Main 

" Wm K,* r 15 Bear den ave 
Beck Geo W,* carp, r 61 Blanton 

" Jacob F,* carp, r 59 Blanton 
I>edilion Hanaiah (wid Th'os F), i' <>!) Chestnut 

" Leonard, r 69 Chestnut 

•" Norman, student, r 6!) Chestnut 

"• Thos Paul, r 69 Chestnut 
]{ell Edwd,* lab, r West Asheville 

'' Florena Miss, cook Dr J S T Baird. r same 

" Jasper, bds 63 N Main 

" John, wks L T Fricks, r A\'est Asheville 



BICYCLES 



"EAGLE" 
CLEVELAND 



ASHEVILLE CYCLE CO. 

UliENK ('. SAWYKK, I'rop. 

18 and 20 CHURCH STKEET. 



SAMUEL I. BEAN 



{rchitectural and 
MONUMENTAL 

MARBLE, 
Stone and Granite 
Works. 

TOMBSTONES, TABLETS, MARBLE FITTINGS. 




Letter Cutting, Modeling. 



Hstimates Fafnished- 103 Patton Avenue. 



WJLLIflMSON & CO. ""''"'^^S^^SS,'"'"*' 

16 patton Avenue. Upholslery Goods, Etc. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Palfnn Avenue, 
Tele f. hone No. 132. 



1809 1900 CITY DIRECTOKY 



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\M{ Joliu A, wks Ball & Slieppard, bds :U5 N Main 

'• John A,* elk G A Greer, r 5 Vance 

'' Laura Miss, trained nurse, rms 29 Starues ave 

" Martha (wid John), r West Asheville 

" Mary C Mrs, r 142 Roberts 
BELL, see also BEALL 
Belote Edw T,* plasterer, r 48 Clayton 
Bender Geo,* propr Bender's B S, r 355 W Haywood 

" Barber Shop, Geo Bender, propr, 36 Patton ave 
Bene Fannie Miss, linen kpr B P Hotel, r same 
Bennett John R,* contr, r 23 Starnes ave 

" Miles, brknian vSo Ry, bds 348 W Haywood 
Bense Wm, bds rear 537 W Haywood 
Benson Mabel Miss, nurse Oakland Hts, r same 

" Michael M,* r Victoria 

BERKELEY HOTEL BAR, H ZURBURG MGR, IN 

Berkeley Hotel 

BERKELEY HblEL BARBER SHOP, WIVI W YOUNG 
]\Ijir, in Berkeley Hotel 

BERKELEY HOTEL CIGAR STAND, FRANK LOUGH- 

ran, ])vo]n\ in Berkeley Hotel 



WM, G. SMITH, 



Best Jailoiing.^ 37 

S. Main St 



Over 4000 Varieties. 



BERKELEY HOTEL NEW (THE), FRANK LOUGHRAN 

propr, 21 & 23 Patton ave 
Berman Louis,* j^rocer, r 47 Montford ave 
]>ernard Benj F,* tobacconist, r 39 Atkin 

'• Elizabeth Miss, tchr Orange St School, r 39 Atkin 

" Silas G, r 39 Atkin 

" Wm r. student, r 39 Atkin 

BERNECKER FREDA MISS, WITH MRS E VON V 

Barker, Ixls 32 Starnes ave 

" Julius,* carp, r 32 Starnes ave 

" Paul, pressmn Ashv Prtg (^o, r 32 Starnes ave 
Bernkopf Anna Miss, tchr Ashv Col for y m, r same 
Berry Chas S,* wks So Ry, r So Ry s bey limits 

" E Melvin,* lab, r 27 View 

" Liney Mrs, r 20 Bntterick 

" Owen ]Mrs. r 'Summit s e cor Hilliard 

" Sallie ( wid Lewis F), r 136 Bailey 

" Walter L,* wks So Ry Shops, r Victoria 
Bestor Selina, (wid W C), r 2 Oullowhee 
Betterton Thos J,* wks C U Mondav, r 82 S Main 






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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave^ 



:o3Nr£: 233. 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



43 

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PHONE 95. 



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Bickerstalf Ella M Miss, tolir N & G Inst, r same 
Bies Irwin,* teamster, r rear 42 Woodtin 

" Kate (wid T), r 871 Flint 

" Thos F, wks K L Owubey, r 371 Flint 

" A>^m M, carp, r 871 Flint 
BIES, see also Bvers 

Biesecker Kobt H,* elk P O, r 5 Park Place 
Biggar Bessie D (wid R Hj, r 161 Bailey 

'' Chas W, elk, r KJl Bailey 

" Lillie S Miss, trv agt, r 161 Bailey 

" Nellie F Miss, opr Asheville Tel Co, r 161 Bailey 
Biglow Sue Madam, r 74 Eagle 
Biltmore Dairy, Biltmore 

BILTMORE DRUG STORE, DR GEO W REED PROPR, 

Biltmore 
" Electric I'ower House, L J Bowen, supt, Biltmore 
" Farms Supi)ly Store, Jas L Henrie, mgr, Biltmore 
" Harness Shop, Wm Mitchell mgr, Biltmore 
'^ Nursery, F E Boynton, mgr, Victoria 
" Office, (''has McNamee, genl mgr, Biltmore 
" Post Office, Dr Geo W Reed, P M, Biltmore 

WOODBUBYpnflj COMPANY. 

Telephone 344. UUHL 



Office No. 6 Patton Ave. 



ALL KiNUj of 
HARD AND 
SOFT COAL. 



" Roller Mills, T J Reed propr, flour, meal & feed, 

Biltmore 
" Store, W T Penniman agt, Biltmore 
" Village Shop, S A Davis, mgr, Biltmore 

BINGHAM ROBERT,* COL A M L L D, SUPT BING- 

ham School, r same 

BINGHAM SCHOOL, COL ROBT BINGHAM SUPT, 

Bingham Heights (See Appendix) 
Bird Geo A\',* lab, r 147 N Main 
BIRD, see also BYRD 
Bishop Edw, tinner W A Boyce, r West Asheville 

" Henry W,* gardener, r Victoria 

" Jas B, wks Ashv F & M Wks, r West Asheville 

'' John J,* lab, r West Asheville 

" John L, brkmn So Ry, bds 144 Park ave 

" John W,* r 413 N Main 

" Larkin,* lab, r 126 Hall 

" Thos H,* wks McPherson & Clark, r 12 Oakdale ave 

^' Wm,* lab, r rear 11 Spring 

" Wm H, wks Ashv F & M Wks, r West Asheville 



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Control City Street-Car Advertising. 



/%diir%^^ I ^''epsi'o ^i^d place Newspaper Advertising. 

CSENCY • I Contractors for Western North Caroiina. 



J. D. PLUMMER, Manaeer. 



OfflM In Opera House Bnlldlar. 



Ui$itor$: 



AN EASY WAY TO LOCATE 
YOUR FRIENDS WHILE IN 
THE CITY IS THROUGH THE 
COLUMNS OF 



The Daily Citizen 

BRIGHT AND NEWSY. 

EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY. 

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State Specials ii 

DELIVERED BY CARRIER ANYWHERE IN THE 
CITY FOR 10 CENTS A WEEK; 40 CENTS ONE 
MONTH; |1.00 THREE MONTHS. 

A Card or Phone Message will receive a prompt reply. 
THE CITIZEN COMPANY, 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



Carolina Coal Co. 



DEALERS IN ... . 



OFFICE: 
23 Patton Ave. 



PHONE:. 
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bmdte, furnace 
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Weight and Hi§:h Grade Coal is the Secret of SuccesST^ 



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For Sale by all Druggists, 25 and 50 Cents a Bottle. 



This HARMLESS and elegant pharmaceutical preparatiox contains no 
poisonous medicines, and may be given to children and taken by adults with 
mo fear of any serious results. 

Jt will cure Neuralgia, Migraine cr Sick Headache, Periodic Headaches of 

Women, and Headaches caused by excessive indulgence 

in Spirituous Liquors, Tobacco, &c. 

J»S~ A trial only is sufficient to prove its superiority, as it will recommend itself. 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO. mr 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. I •■ OFFICE 

1899-1000 CITY DIRECTORY 145 

Bizzell Bethany Mrs, r ^^'est Asheville 

" Robt M,* wks Ashv Ice & Coal Co, r West Ashv 
Black Agnes ^liss, wks Ashv Clot Mills, r ur same 

" Catharine Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 

" Eliza Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 

" Etta M Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 165 Roberts 

" Geo P,* r W Haywood nr Roberts 

" Jas M,* elk J M Ledford, r 197 Roberts 

" Jas,* carp, r 165 Roberts 

" Jos N, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 165 Roberts 

" Mattie Miss, r 118 S French Broad ave 

'' Nettie Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 165 Roberts 

" Thos P,* brickmason, r 118 S French Broad ave 

" Wm D,* carp, r Avery 

" Wm L, engr So Ry, rms 168 Park ave 
Blackwelder Hugo, plumber Ball & S, r 281 S Main 

" Leroy C,* wtchmn Ashv St Ry Co, r 281 S Main 

" Rufus A,* lab. r Victoria 
Blackwood Adolplius H, elk Carolina Pharmacy, r 38 
Charlotte 

" Frank J, bkpr Biltmore office, r 38 Charlotte 



J. H. WEAVER & CO. 



R€AL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Property 
for Sale and Rent. 



" Martha E Mrs, r 38 Charlotte 

" Susan M Miss, Qashr Biltmore Store, r 38 Charlotte 
" Wm C,* driver Yanderbilt Est, r 30 Starnes ave 
Blair Alex B,* engr So Ry, r 266 Patton ave 
" Anne (wid A J), r 73 Haywood 
" John O,* slmn Bon Marche, r 5 Flint 
" John ^^^* engr Kenihvort^h Inn, r 305 Sh'ort Bailey 

BLAIR WM A, FURNITURE 45 PATTON AVE, BDS 31 

Grove, Tel 75 

Blalock Jas.* carp, r 16 Sorrel 

Blanchard Wm H,* trv slmn, r 86 Cherry 

Blankenship Hiram M, r 44^ N Main 
" Jas M, condr Ashv & B St Ry, bds 17^ S Main 
" Laura Miss, servant R E Kiibler, r 44^ N Main 
" Lorenza M,* mtmn Ashv St Ry, r 48 Seney 
" Silas M,* r 44^ N Main 

Blanton John D (J D Blanton & Co), rms 17 Maxwel- 
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m aaaition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical CoUege, The Philadelphia 
^yj°S-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Residend Physician 
fniiaaeiphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. i-<:;iauuoi 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



lew Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST TOURIST 
AND COMMERCIAL 
HOTEL IN ASHEYILLE 



146 MAIX)NEY'S ASHEVILLE 

Blanton J 1) & CX) (J I) Blanton, C E Wingo and J D 

(Ji'iiinp, Kichniond, Yn), shoes, ?A) IVi'tton ave 
Blomberg Aaron,* dry goods 23 N Main, r 94 Cherry 

" Ike, elk, r 94 Cherry 

" Jennie Miss, elk, r 94 Cherry 

" Lewis,* cigars & tobacco IT Patton ave, r 69 Bailey 
Blood S Wm,* r 127 Cumberland ave 

BLUE RIDGE NATIONAL BANK (THE), INCOR, CAPI- 

tal 1100,000; J ^^' Norwood, prest; E R Lucas, 
cashr; E Sluder, asst cashr; 5 s w Court Square 
Boardniau Josiah H,* nichst, r 8i» Depot 

BOGART CLARENCE B (ASHEVILLE PRESSING 

Club), bds The Knickerbocker 
Boggs John S Mrs, grocer 317 W Haywood, r same 
Boiens Wm L,* huckster, r 7 AYalnut 
Bolden Chas, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
" Hunter, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
" Ida Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
" Lewis B,* painter, r Avery 
Boling Benj E* carp, r 9 Spring 
Bolish Anisa Mrs, r 19 Merrimon ave 



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C^OI 8 OXIil KT V^C ) F'ne Clothing and Furmsh- 
WV^^rvll^EIY O^ ings. Young's Hats. Hanan's 
18 Patton Avenue ) Shoes 

BOLLINGER CHAS U TAILOR J W SCHARTLE, BDS 

156 Bailev 

BOLLINGER ROBT C* MGR J W SCHARTLE, R 30 
n*"^ ^ Clayton 

CZ3 ^ Bolton S Elizabeth :Mrs, r 45 Penland 

1^ g " Willard G, r 45 Penland 

S '^ BON AIR (THE), G L McDONALD PROPR, BOG 74 

** Bailey 

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Open Throusbout I he Year. Asbeville and Biltmore Electric 

All iVlodern Conveniences. Car Line. Near Postofflce 

C. L. MCDONALD, Proprietor. 

Telephnne 247- U Bailey Street, ASHEVILLE, N. C 



LLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

32 r»-A.T'rC33^ -A-'^T'ISaXTTJOB. I=»H01XrDE: 40. 



ISO!) 1000 CITY DIKECTOKY 147 



Carolina Coal Co. 



Office Pnine 13;. Yard Phone 144. 
OFFICE 23 PA TTON A VE. 

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BONANZA WINE & LIQUOR CO (THE), INCOR, FRANK 

L'oughran. pres; 1* A ^laiHiuardt, secy and mgr; 
wines, liquors, cigars & tobacco, agts Jos Sclilit^ 
and Foss iV: Schneider Brew'g Go's, 43 S Main 

BOIM MARCHE, S LIPINSKY PROPR, DRY GOODS 15 

S Main 

Bond Cbas E,* r 144 Cumberland ave t 

Boone Adolplius,* painter, r 3G East 

" Backus, painter, r 310 N Main ft* 

" C A, engr So Rv ^ 

" Geo W,* blksmith Asliv Drav Co, r 310 N Main jj 

BOONE JAY H (ASHEVILLE PRESSING CLUB), BDS 5 

The Knickerbocker ^ 
" Jos, lab, r 444(42) W Haywood 

" Mexico (wid Amos), r 444(42) W Haywood H 

" J Nelson,* fireman Ashv S & F Co, r rear 11 Spring- jj 

" Robt S, painter, r 310 N Main J, mm% 

BOONE & BOGART (J H BOONE, C B BOGART),, K JU 

proprs A>«heville Pressing Club 4 X Court Sq Q ^ 

Bosse John H,* r 9 Blake H ■■■■ 

Bost Nathaniel A, condr So Ry, rms 1 Rollins • ^ 



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BOSTIC JOHN B,* PRES J B BOSTIC COMPANY, R 

2G3 Havwood 

BOSTIC J B COMPANY, J B BOSTIC PRES, T L DUR- 

liam, sec; real est & loan brokers, 23 Patton ave 

BOSTIC JOSEPH T,* SUPT STREETS, R 67 E COL- 

lege 

" Plato L,* r 08 Bailey 

" I'hifer, student, r 203 Havwood 

'' P Buren, elk Dr T C Smith, bds 07 E College 

'' Roy H, student, r 07 E College 

" AVilburn A, slmn J H Law, r 67 E College 
Boston Shoe Store (The), Miller & Kennedy proprs, T 

S W Court Square 
Boukniglit Jno H,* moh^t So Ry, bds G8 Depot 
Boulineau Jno V,* carp, r 243 (J rove 
Bourne Frank L,* chf elk Battery Park Htl, r same 

" Jas D,* carp, r Frederick 

" Louis M* (Tiourne & l*arker), r 10 Beaidcn ave 

" & Parker (L if P>ourne, Havwood Parker), attvs It ' (A 
Palu;(-tto bldg '. '- ' 

Gm tf%|^V*PI^ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

. A. BnCCll. The Lea ding Fan cy Grocer. 

53 Patton Avenue. pzzopctz: lae. 



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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

Always on Hand 

ASHEVILLE HARDWARE COMPANY. 



Special Orders . . . 

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Eowen Lucius J,* supt Biltmore P Hse, r S Biltmore 
Bowie A Frank, shoenilvr T L Hvudman, bds 58 Hill 
Bowles Arthur T,* plumber ]\[cPlierson c\: Clark 

" Robt E,* ptr L Swicej^ood, r 120 Charlotte 
Bowling Delia Miss, r rear 154 Hall 
Boyce Henrietta ^liss, r K! S French Broad ave 

BOVCE WM A,* STOVES, TINWARE, HARDWARE, 

house furnishings, etc, US W (.'ourt Square, r 
T) 107 Bailey 

^ Boyd Callie Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 1 View 

[I] ''Edw, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 1 View 

PJlizabeth A Mrs, r 1 View 
y Jno R, elk F P Ingle, r 62 Woodfin 

ffl " Lucius V,* grocer 62 Woodfln, r same 

" Robt F Rev,* r 62 AVoodtin 
'• W Hardy,* lab, r 1 A'iew 
■" Wm M,* carp, r 39 East 
" Zeb V, farmer, r 62 Woodfin 
Boynton Chns D,*collr Biltmore Nursery,r S Biltmore 

"• Frank E,* wks ]>iltmore Nursery, r S Biltmore 
Bracken David,* confr 6 Patton ave, r same 

PAT MclNTYRE, I Beer Bottled Daily. 

Agent AUGUSTA BREWIN8 CO. i 53 south Mam. Phone 21 s. 

Brackert Bettie Mrs, r Kenil worth 
" Hardy,* lab, r 344 S Main 
" ]\fattie Miss, r 410 Short So Side ave 
'• Thos.* driver, r rear 200 S Main 

BRADFORD GEO E,* MGR ARMOUR PKG CO, BDS 

The Knickerbocker 

" Jos C,* mailing elk P O, r 12 Central ave 

" Mary S (wid C A), dressmkr 34 Patton ave, r 6 
Central ave 

■" Xolan (wid Robt), steno C A Moore, r 326 S Main 

" Wm C* brickmason, r S Biltmore 
15radley Bon, lab, r West Asheville 

" Geo.* farmer, r West Asheville 

" J L,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 458(29) W Haywood 

" Milton,* r West Asheville 

" Nancv A (wid J G), r West Asheville 

" Wm S,* policeman, r 204 S Main 
Bradsher Claude F,* condr Ashv St Ry,~r 47 Seney 
Brady Martha Miss, r Ardman Park 
Bragg C L, inspr So Bell T Co, bds Neville House 
Braman Herbert O,* vegetables Central Mkt, r 
Chunns Cove 



L. A. FARINHOLT, 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmacy Go 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



OPPOSITE 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



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Branagau Jno,* tailor Whitlock Cio Hso, r 1 E Ct Sq 

'' J Mrs, pihio't'ogir 1 E Court Sq, r same 
Branch Daisy M Miss, r 14 Starnes ave 

'* Jno P, r 11 Starnes ave 

'" I-oii Mrs, cook Neville Use, r same 

" P H ]\Irs, r 08 Merrimori ave 

" Tlios W,* ins aj;t, r 11 Starnes ave 

BRAND OLLIE E (WID X), PRES J R STARNES UN- 

dertakin<i- Co. r 9 Hiawassee 
Brandl Andrew (W M Hill «S: Co), r 30 Cherry 
Brank Albert B,* farmer, r vS Biltmore 

" Albert V,* carp, r 5 Eloise 
Brav Llovd, cashier Battery Park Hotel, bds same 
Breece Elizabeth H (wid W C), rms 5 Flint 
Breese Wni E,* r Kenilworth 

" \Vm K jr,* atty, r Kenilworth 
Brenizer Gilmer,* V S stamp elk, r 12 W Chestnut 
Brewton Philip li,* undeitaker Riverside Undertak- 

in<:; Co, rms same 
BRE^yTON, see also BRCTON 
Bridgewater Alfied S,* carp, r Ramoth 



STORES 

OFFICES 

REALTY 



WM. JOHNSTON, Jr, 



No. 20 

Temple Court 



Bridwell Viena Mrs, r So Ry s bey limits 
Brings Dillard W,* lab, r 30G X Main 
" Geo W.* r ^lontford 

BRIGGS HATTIE MISS, WITH MRS E VON V BARKER, 

bds :*.(IG N Main 

" MiiYx Miss, bkpr Singer Mfg Co, bds 30 East 

" Milton G.* car]), r 300 X Main 
Bright Ella ]Miss, domestic \V H Westall, r same 
Bri^mon Chas. r 279 E Colleoe 
Brincherliofl' R Mrs, r 104 Cumberland ave 
Brinklev Jno A,* dJnmnan Lorick & Co, r 2 Blanton 
Britt Geo ^\',* r 00 Blanton 

" Horace C,* driver Lorick &: Co, bds 00 Blanton 

'' ^lelvin L,* di'ayman Lorick & Co. r 30 Silver 

" Wni,* rockmason. r West Asheville 

" ^Vm W,* teamster, r 52 Woodfin 

" Zeb ^\ wks Slayd(Mi F .'c Co, r ^Vest Asheville 
Britt on Boatwri^ht li, hrkmn So Ry, bds 124 Depot 

" ^^'m, wks Xoland Bios, rms 11 l*atton ave 



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Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Fhone 82. 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, 



BOTTLED GOODS 



High Crade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



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:TSHK\ ILLE 



BROCK NACE,* PROPR BROCK'S PHOTO ART 

^^tl]dio. 1- same 

BROCK'S PHOTO ART STUDIO, NACE BROCK PROPR 

high <;i*ade life size j)oi'tiaits a specialty, over 

1 59 S Main 

© Brooks Alex II,* ear]), r West Asheville 

< *' Jos H,* carp, r 2()()(220) Patton ave 

C " Virginia Miss, r 210 Southside ave 

O " Zebulon V,* dairyman, r 385 S Main 

^ Brooks^^ire Jas M,* r S Biltmore 

0. " LeOi..das L, elk, bds 86 Cherry 

W " W Jasper Mrs, bds 60 S Main 

Bronn Kobt,* civil engr, r 55 Victoria ave 
Bronne H T,* vegetables 13 Central ]Mkt,r 14 S Spruce 
Brown Adina Miss, domestic T J Keed, r same 
" Albert H, bkpr, bds 231 Haywood 



c " Alex,* carp, r rear 117 S Main 

O *' A E Kev,* r West Asheville 

a ^' Algie, r AAVst Asheville 

^ "' Annie ]Miss, r 107 Park ave 
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Augnstns, lab, r 140 Haywood 



Asheville Cycle CoJ»enti ng& Repa iring. 

EUGENE C. SAWYEh, Kropieioi. ( 18 and 20 Church St. 

" Berry F,* lab, r 80 Hall 
'' Berkely C,* liveryman, r 338 S Main 
'' Bei^-ha Miss, wks Ashv CV>t Mills, bds 3 Bnxton 
" Bessie Miss, r West Asheville 
BROWN BROS (FRANK F & CANIE N BROWN), 

pro})rs The Palace Stables 
" Canev, student, r 280 S Main 

BROWN CANIE N (BROWN BROS), BDS 19 MONT- 

ford av(^ 
" Chas A, brkmn i^o Kv. i- 60 Depot 

BROWN CHAS U* SCIENTIFIC HORSE SHOER, 81 

?> ^lain, r Bamoth 

BROWN CHAS W* (J V BROWN & SON), R 205 

Mont ford ave 
" Clay,* lab, r 150 Hall 

" Danl ^V,* mtmn Ashv & B St Ry, r 310 Bailey 
"' Edw E,* propr Brownhurst Green Houses, r 95 

Woodfin 
'' Edwin L,* slmn, r 163 E College 
" Edwin L jr, elk Ashv Prtg Co, r 163 E College 
*' Ernest, elk, rms Palmetto bldg 

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WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUCS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



■Orowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pattnn Avenue. 
Telephone No. 132. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



151 



CHARLES L. BROWN, 

Scientific . . 
Horseshoer. 




Only Special Horseshoeiiitr Shop in 
the cily. Saiisfactiun tfuaranieed. 



7=fSHEiZII-I-E. N. C 



Brown Enjjene AV,* lab, r W Asheville 

" Eva F I^Iiss, r 1(»3 E College 

" Evans J Mrs, rms 103 Montford ave 
BROWN FRANK F* (BROWN BROS), R 141 HAY- 

wood 
" Fred, student, r AV Asheville 
" Geo H, driver Asliv vStni Ldry, r 141 Haywood 



ffflTll Ul will I I III ( Over 4000 Varieties. 



37 

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" Geo ^. (oudr So Ry, rnis 108 Park ave 
" Geo W (Brown & Swink), r 157 S Main 
" Geo AY,* wks Biltniore Nursery, bds Biltmore 
" H M Mrs. milliner Sumner D & Co, r 65 Montford 
"■ Horace A,* teamster, r W Asibv 
" Hush T, elk Brown Nortbup & Co, bds S Main 
'' H Jane (wid J B), r 149 Haywood 
" Jas.* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 80 Hall 
" Jas, wks Ashv Tel Co, r 40| N Main 
" Jas C* tinner W A Boyee, r 11 Carter 
" Jas C* (Brown «S: Co), rms 27 Patton ave 
" Jas H,* r 00 Depot 
" Jas M,* lab, r 23 Short 

BROWN JAS V* (J V BROWN & SON), R 117 HAY- 

wood 
" Jennie (wid H), r rear 357 N Main 
" John O,* mech, r 53 Montford ave 
" J Harry,* wks J R Rich & Son, r 32 Maple Shades 

BROWN J V & SON (J V & C W), FUNERAL DIRECT- 

ors, 45 (2d floor) l*ation ave 



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48 Patton Ave. 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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PHONE 95. 




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Brown L X* (Bi-owii, Xoitlmp & Co), r 231 Haywood 
" Lula Mrs, r West Aslieville 
" Lutlier L, bartoen- Lionnbottcin I^arber Shop, r IS 

Starnes ave 
" Mark W, atty 33 (2d floor) Pat ton ave, r 19 Mont- 
ford ave 
" Matthew H, fireman So Ey, bds 7 Jefferson Drive 
" Melvin, carrier Citizen, r 63 X Spruce 
" Xorthup & Co (T E Brown, W B Northup, L V 

Brown), 33 Patton ave 
" O M, bds 79 N Main 
" Pender V, flo:mn So Ey, bds GO Depot 
" Pierce B,* dairyman, r 248 E College 
" Eandolph, elk T J Eevell, bds 63 X Spruce 
" Eobt I*,* fireman So Ev, bdis 7 Jefferson Drive 
" Euth Miss, r 121 Hall' 
" Euth V Mrs, r 63 X Spruce 
" Theo H, elk W C Stradley, bds 19 Starnes ave 
" Thos E* (Brown, Xorthup & Co), r 78 Park ave 
" Thos E W, student, r 231 Haywood 
" T Canev,* r 19 Montford ave 



WOODBURY 

Telephone 344. 



COMPANY, rr::." 

Office N '. 6 Patton Ave. j SOFT COAL. 



" T Luther Eev, bds West Asheville 
" Walter M, elk Palace Stables, bds 141 Havwood 
BROWN WILEY B,* LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE 

15 Lexington ave. r 289 S Main 
" Wm, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 483(45) W Haywood 
" Wm, fii'eman So Ey, bds 348 W Haywood 
" Wm A,* mtmn Ashv St Ey, r 40^ X Main 
" Wm H A, elk Dixie Eestr. rms 37 'S Main 
" Wm P, atty 12 Legal Bldg, bds 46 Central ave 
" & Co (J C Brown), mer tailr, 27 (2d floor) Patton av 
" & Swink (Geo Brown, Eobt Swink), carriage paint- 
ers and trimmers, 11 Willow 
Browne L M Miss, dressmkr 97 E College, r same 
Brownhurst Green Houses, E E Brown propr, Oak bet 

College and Woodfin 
Brownson Wm C,* phys, r W Ashv 
Broyles Arthur E,* ins agt, r 61 Woodfin 
Bruce Lizzie L Miss, r 8 Blake 

Bi'uns H p:i'nesit,* .slmn H Eedwood & Co. r 20 Ann 
Brunson Jos W, condr So Ey, bds Glen E Hotel 
Bruton Annie L Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 6 Park PI 



When you want to reach the ENMRE 
'9 population of Asheville, the ONLY 
way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thoroughfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUM MER, Manager. Office in Opera House Building. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 



1899 1900 CITY DIRECTORY l^S 

WlLiEY B. Bt^OWfl, PropmetoP 




LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES 

15 Lexington Avenue, Near Patton Avenue. 

STABte PHONB 104: RliSIIJENCE PHOTiE ^35. 



Saddle Horses a Specialty. 

Buggies, Surreys, Wagonettes and Vehicles of all kinds. 
Carriage calls answered promptly at all hours. 

J. H. WEAVER & CO. ^'.^rrl^^^^^^ 



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Bruton A FYanklin, wks Asliv Co<t Mills, r 6 Park Place 
" Danl W,* r 6 Park Place 

" D Ella Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r G Park Place 

" Marv L Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r G Park Place 

" W Baxter,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r G Park Place § > ^ 

BRUTON, see also BREWTON o ' JjJ 

Bryan Robt K, stteward The Berkeley, r same P ^^0 

Bryant Flora Miss, nurse T E Linn, r same ^^^ 

" Jacob, driver J R Starnes Undertaking Co, bds 6T 

N Main ^-I^S^^cr. 

" Rufus H (T W Shelton & Co), bds 147 Bailey ^^1=1? 

^' Sallie (wid B), r 67 N Main 3| S. 1 3 g- 

" T Hyatt, brknin So Ry, bds 101 Park ave g^l ^g § ^. 

Bryson Beauregard C,*firmn So Ry, r 18 Jefferson Dry ^X «?=:£. 

" Cordelia Miss, r 11 Spring ? 5 ^ * "* ?■ 

" Jas B, r Victoria " '^ ^ C! ^ t' 

" Julius A,* r Victoria - ^ 5. * J: 

" Mattie L Miss, bds 19 Starnes ave ^ 1 1 1^ 

" Ulous, driver Biltmore Nursery, r Victoria °'-'^^*S,5' 

" Wm E,* firemn So Ry, r 84 Depot f ^§.§1" 

Buchanan I D B, elk I^-ees Fruit Stre, bds Htl Hobson »^ § c* » o 



W±iK.s VOU WANT A FKEsUuLPTION KlLi.ED, rememDer tne neaa ot our esiHulistiment, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson iVIedical Colleffe The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy ad Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 



Berkeley 



Briar and Meerschaum Pipes 

s outh of New York at Oie CigST StftnCi. 



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S 3 }; Buchanan Jas E, bds Hiotol Hobson 

o ^ • " Jas W, inventor, r 270 S Main 

fiC *^l " Julius L.* r Hotel Hobson 

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'' J L Mrs, proprss Hotel Hobson, r same 
" Sarah E (wid W A), r 270 S Main 
" Wilev W, elk B P Hotel N & C Std, r Htl Hobson 
" Wm A, r 270 S Main 
Buck Hotel (The), J A Keith propr, IG^ N Main 
Buckner Abram, slmn The Baltimore, r 56 N Sj)ruce 
" Addie Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 
" Alonzo, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 
*' Clemmie ]Miss, steno Ashv Hdw Co, bds Eagle Htl 
" Ephraim H,* farmer, v W Haywood nr Roberts 
" Horace O, pressman Ashv Prtg Oo, r 122 Clhierry 
" Jacob G,* carp, r 122 Cherry 

" Jacob H,*wks Ashv Ice & Coal Co, r 75 Pearson av 
^ " Jas F, r 122 Cherry 

e/> " Jeff,* wks Rock Quarry, r Bingham Hts 

^ " Mary J Miss, tchr, bds 199 Bailey 

—J " Neptune,* steno So Ry, r 100 Haywood 

S Budd Otho W, r Summit s e cor Hillside 



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^"^ G- i^/^IIOTSlI ETVC^'^'ne CJothing and Funi'sh- 

^^^^j j^ \i^V/\i IV I lia C I O^ ings. Young's Hats. Hanan's 

as 18 Ration Avenue ) Shoes. 

" ^ :^ Buehler Jno* (Kehl & Co), r 36 Phillips 

^^ sg Bugg Adeline ]\[iss, r 419 Short So Side ave 

^^ C3 '' Henry T,* farmer, r Avery 

" Jas T,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
Buncombe Brick Co, J H Lee mgr, office 22 Church 
BUNCOMBE CO COURT HOUSE, COURT SQUARE 

'' County Jail, Wm Lee jailor, 56 Eagle 
Bunn Albert,* contr, r 23 Clayton 
oc " Roland,* bricklayer, r 35 Reed 

S Burch Chas E, tailor H Petrie, bds Arcadia Hotel 

CO oc Burell Wm,* lab, r 137 Poplar 

^ _-. P,urge Scott C, slmn H Red\yo()d & Oo, bds 120 C^lierry 

Burgess Jno H,* lineman Ashv Tel Co, r 65 N Pine 
" Thos C,* rock quarry, r nr Pearson Bridge 
" Wm,* lab, r I*earson's Bridge 
liurgin Allie \\ caller So Ry, r 199 Park ave 
" Chas H,* shun Biltmore Store, r S Biltmore 
- =*► a ^y,j^ g brkmn So Ry 

)oc. Burleson Berney,* prtr The Gazette, bds Arcadia Htl 

03 ^ Burlingame Chas L,* nurse, r 898-Peai"son Drive 

£Z Burnett A L, mess So Ex Co, bds Ashv Hotel 



WILLIAMSON & CO 



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Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

INJUMJMM) CITY 1)1KF:CT0KY 155 



Carolina Coal Go. 



Office Pharitt 13J. Yard Phone 144. 
OFFICE 23 RATION AVE. 

(See I'age Adv.) 



liunurr 15,* l)lks'inirh IS-iiO E (\)lleo(., y .54 < Neutral avo 

" Cassie Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, v '1 View 

'' Elias W,* farmer, r 2 View 

" Harriett Miss, r 23 Highland 

" Lou J ^Irs, proprs Western Hotel, r same 

" Sallie (wid J S), r 33 N Tine 

" T Robt, wks So Rv shops, bds 86 Depot (D 

" Wm C, r 54 Central ave ^ 

" W L, rms 12 N Court Sq 

Burnside Adger, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 26 Buxton Jf 

'' Benj F,* wks Ashv Cot ^Mills, r 122 Roberts m 

'' Jno, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 122 Roberts [J 

Buron H 1*, chf Kenilworth Inn, r Kenilworth M ^^,— 

BURROUGHS JAS A,* PHYS BARNARD BLDG, R 4 ^ "T 

AA'oodfin ,^ ■■■ 

'' Richard A. bkpr, rms 36 Depot H 

" Sarah F (wid J B), r 4 Woodfin m 

Burrows Saml, blksmith Biltmore, r S Biltmore r[^ ■■■ 

Burton Saml P, elk Mrs L A Johnson, bds 28 Depot ^ 3D 

" Wm K,* plasterer, r 30 Hillside Q ^^ 



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BYERS, see also BIES ' ^« 

Bynum Jas T.* bkpr Ashv S & Y Co, r 52 Clayton _ 

BYRD CHAS W REV,* PASTOR CENTRAL M E CH, R ^ 

33 Aston K^ M 

'' Jas M,* lab, r 449 Depot it] Q. 

" Thos B, wks Ashv Drav Co, r 440 Depot -• 

'' Wm H (Stewart <S: Bvrd), r 287 S Main O ^ S 



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Cain Hariy E, elk J I) P.lanton & (V>, bds 24 Grove 
'* House, S J Cain })ro]>r, 24 GrOAe 

" J Alex,* lab, r rear 87 Hill 3 

" Stc^phen J,* x«'opr Cain House, r same C/5 ^ ^ 

'' Walter, student, bds 24 drove ' r+ ^ 

Calahan C Vernon,* lab, r 7 Eloise J - CO 

C-alais Wm J.* car]), r 67 E College (D C 

Calawav F^dw A. wks Ashv Cot ^lils, r Avery £* 7* 

" Jos F,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery ' ' SP 

M nSCCn ^^OLESALE AND RETATir 

. A. UinCCni^ The Lea ding Fan cy Grocer, 

53 Patton Avenue. pii^ointx: lae. 




ITJ^T'l"^ 4iU^;^ Asheviile Hardware Go. 

Peitect Vehicles at 



ALSO CHBA.i'BR GRADES IN STOCK. S. E. Corner Court Square. 



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CLDJ » Oalawav Wm A, r Avery 



t< " Win E,* lab, r 1*00 Short Bailey 

(0 Caldwell Jane Mi.ss, bds 201 Park ave 

" J J.* agt, V 444(41') AV Haywood 
H '' W C jr, try slmn Ashy Hdw Co 

W Calloway Aletha ]\Iisis, cook J A Jaryis, r game 

U " Ai't'hur W, i:^liys 11^ Ohureli, bds Oaks Hotel 

nj " Josei>hine Mrs, r rear 537 W Haywood 

Jj Camby ]\[ai'y Mrs, r Ayery 

p Cameron Mary Miss, trained nurse, i' 5.'} W College 

B Campbell Alonzo C* mining engr, r Montford 

" Chas A, student, r Montford 
" Chas A,* druggist, r 113 Haywood 

" Chas H,* r Montford 
" Colin,* stone cutter, r S Biltmore 

H '' Frank, mailbcy Citi/^en, bds Siouthside aye 

'' Geo T,* car]*, r G!) Seney 

" Jas A, callei' So Ry Shops, bds 143 Park aye 
„^ '' Jas M,* r Victoria 

" Jas M,* carp, r 50 Hillside 

PAT IVIclNTYRE,( CLUB SALOON 

53 South Main. \ FXXOlNrx: 210. 

" Jas N,* carp, r 07 McDowell 

" .Jerome N B, carp, bds 17^ S Main 

CAMPBELL JOHN A, CITY "TAX COLLECTOR, BDS 

•J4 E College 
" Jolm M,* mdse broker 25 S Lexing"ton aye, slmn 

Slayden F & Co, r 47 Flint 
" John M.* real estate U^ X W Court Sq, r Edgewood 
" Mary (wid Edmond), r 104 Bailey 
" Richmond W, elk T S Trantliiim, r S Biltmore 
" M Henrietta Mrs, r IG A'ance 

CAMPBELL ROBT F REV DD, PASTOR FIRST PRES- 

byterian Cliurch, r 17 (Jrove 
Canada Clara Miss, maid H A Miller, r same 
Candler Jas D,* mgr S C Moorman & Co, r 84 Bailey 

" Sallie Miss, r 4 Oakd'ale aye 
Candy Kitchen. L M Theobold propr 28 Patton ave 
Cannon Chas A\\* teamster, r Ramoth 

" Edith Miss, r Riimoth 

" Geo W,* IT S sto'rekpr & ganger, r 250 Paltton ave 

'* Thos, farmer, r Ramoth 

" Wm M,* farmer, r Ramotli 



FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



1899-1900 CITY DIKECTOBY 



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CAPLES WM M* (HALYBURTON & CAPLES), R 

:\H S .Main 
Cai'dift" Ethel M Miss, steno, i* 20 C^arloitte 
" Harry E, elk Car Carriage Hse, r 20 Charlotte 
^'Leslie C, r 20 Charlotte 
Carlaiid Evioene. bkpr .V D Cooper, bds 45 S French 
Broad ave 
" Jame.s, elk A D C'oojjei", hdvS 10 Church 
Carlisle Mamie Miss, r W Ashv 
Carman Harriet ^^^ phvs, r 9!) Woodtin 

CARMICHAEL PHARMACY, W C CARMICHAEL 

l»r()i)r. 1 N ^^' Couit S(] 

CARMICHAEL WHITFIELD C* PROPR CARMICH- 

ael's IMiarmacy, i- 1.39 S .Main 
Carolina Carriage House, O B ^^'right propr, 80 Pat- 



ton are 
CAROLINA COAL CO, 



INCOR, F M WEAVER PRES, 



H A Miller mgr; offiee 23 Batton ave, yds Rob- 
erts nr Depot (see adv) 
CAROLINA PHARMACY (THE), DR J W PELHAM 

propr E College eor E Court Square 



«"SW- Temple Court 



STCF{ES 
OFFICES 



CAROLINA SALOON (THE), FRANK O'DONNELL 

propr, 9 X Main 
Carpenter Bartow C,* r 290 S Freneh Broad ave 
Carper Daisv Miss, tehr, bds 139 Bailey 
" Jos,* lab, r 331 ^\' Ha v wood 
CARR CHARLES W,* THE LEADING SNUFF SALES- 

man in the h^onth, genl agt North and South 
Carolina for Atlantic Snuff Co of Philadelphia, 
headquarters Swannanoa Hotel 
" Jonas J,* elk Biltmoire Store, r 4 East 
" Patrick, saloion 23 S Main, rms Temple Court 
" AVm B,* wks l*aragon Pharmacy, r 4 East 
CAKK, s(e also KERR 

CARRIER JAS D, REAL ESTATE, SECY & TREAS 

Asheville Club 
Carson — , propr Richmond Hill dairy, r same 
" Jerome, r 25 Turner 

" Queen M ^liss, tehr Factory School, r 135 Haywood 
" Saml R,* ins agt, r 135 Havwood 

CARTER FRANK,* ATTY AND NOTARY 5-6 PALMET- 

to bldg, office phone 500, r Montford, phone 499 



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Rule with us. We tuy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Imported and Domsstic Cigars Sold by the Bsx at Factory Prices at tiie 

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Cai-ter fiarivtt D,* r 0(1 I'.lanton 

CARTER HUBERT B* (CARTER & WEAVER), R 209 

Cliestiiut 
** Joliii H,* tobacconist, r 25 Bailey 
" .Max H, bd's 25 Bailey 
" Kobt L, student, bds 25 Bailey 
" Susie R (wid M E), r 82 N French Bioad aye 
" Wiley K,* condr Ashy St Ry. i- 12 East 
" \\m E.* i(^st 20 X Main, r same 

CARTER & WEAVER (H B CARTER, ZEB WEAVER), 

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/EB WEAVER,. 



CARTER & WEAVER, 
/\ttorrieys at Law/, 



Nos. II and 12 Temple Court, ASHEVL LE, N. C. 



_ BICYCLES 



••EA6Lt" USHEVlLlt CrCLE CO. 

01 C\/CI lUn 1 H«VK\E(. 8A>VVKIi,Prop. 

ULtVtLANu I 18 and 20 CHUKCH SThEET. 



Cartmell Anna R Mrs, r 22 Orange 

'' Janie T Miss, r 22 Orange 

" Nathan J, student, r 22 Orange 
Oaryer Aese];>li ( ■, r Ayery 

" (' L,* wk's Biltniore Nursery, r 7-1 Ayery 

" Hezekiah, r 74 Ayery 

" Jack W,* wks Asliv'Oot Mills, r Ayery 

'' Sarah (wid Jos), r Ayery 
Case Ella Miss, trained nurse, rms 165 Patton ave 

" J Howard,* elk H T Rogers, r 124 Woodfin 

'' Linton, wks A T Cook, r same 

'' Mettie Miss, wks A F Go'ok, r same 
Cash Grocery & Confection Store (The), B A May mgr, 

520 W Haywood 
Castile Shepherd, elk The Life Ins Co of Va, bds 106 

S Main 
Oathey Sallie C Miss, r 32 Chestnut 
Catlett Nettie Miss, cashier Summer D & Co, r 243" 

Haywood 
Cauble Danl W,* blksmith 423 N Main, r 430 same 

'' J Claud, iilumber, r 430 N Main 



LLIflMSON & CO. ''"•^"'J^S^'.Sr"'' 

Upholstery Goods, Etc. 



JQ Patton Avenue. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pattnn Avenue. 
Telefjhone No. 132. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



159 



Cauble Sallie K Miss, wks Ashv Skt Co, r 430 N Main 
Causev Jos M, coupler So Ry, bds 4 Oakdale are 
Central Livery Feed & Sale Stables, S H Cliedes'ter 

pi'opr 21 W College 
CENTRAL MARKET, B F RIVES KPR, E CT SQ 
Cesterson Abraham,* carp, r 7 Walnut 
Cliamberlain Susan (wid C A), r Montford 

CHAMBERS ELBERT C* (CHAMBERS, WEAVER & 

Co), r 115 Bailey 
" 1) Jerome, sol Farmere W'hse 
" Hardy, depv tax col, r Ramoth 

CHAMBERS J KELLY,* CO TAX COLLECTOR, R 

Ramoth 
" J M, depy marshal, bdis 16| N Main 
" Wvd Miss, cook J M Campbell, r same 

CHAMBERS, WEAVER & CO (E C CHAMBERS, R M 

>\'eaver, J M I^ickens), livery, feed & sale 
stables 15 to 19 Willow 
Champion Harriet (wid Israel), r 2G1 Chestnut 
" Harriet A Miss (Misses Champion), r 201 Chestnut 
" Marion L Miss (Misises Champion), r 201 Chestnut 



WM, G, SMITH.i'f. 



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4000 Varieties. ) S. Maiil St 



CHAMBERS, WEAVER & CO. 
■•^^^^^ Livery, Feed 

^ Sale Stables 




A Lot of First-CIass Saddle Horses ^ 



Buying ar.d Selling a Specialty. 

15-19 WILLOW ST. 



" Misses (H A & M L), private school 261 Chestnut 

Ohamplaiu Daniel C,* cashr Biltmore Office, Mayor 
Biltmore, r Biltm'ore ' 

Chandler Henry G, druggist Dr T C Smith, r 181 Pat- 
ton ave 

Chapman Asa, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 483(45) W 
Ha V wood 

CHAPMAN HARRY J, HOUSE PHYS WINYAH SANK 

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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Ration Ave. 



:CDKr£2 233. 



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Chapman John Yl, die So Ky, rms 1 G^r-aj Gables 

" R F Miss, r 139 S Main ' 

" Wilson, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 483(45 W Hay- 
wood 
Chappell John W,* policeman, r 225 Grove 
Charles Geo ^^^* blksmith 429 S Main, r 427 same 

"' Jas, drajman, r 9 Centre 

" Robt, r 9 Centre 
Charlotte Sit Dairy, T M Kimberly propo*, Ranaoth 
Chase E B,* condr So Ry, bds Glen R Hotel 

" Elizabeth H (wid Wm S), r 140 Chestnut 
Chedester H C, atty 6 Palmetto bldg, r 223 Patton ave 

" Saml H,* propr Central L F & S Stables, genl mdse 
22 l*atton ave, r 55 S French Broad ave 

" Sarah R ^trs, r 223 Patton aye 
Cheek John H, mess So Ex Co, bds Eagle Hotel 
('heesboronoli Edith ]Miss, r 00 Baird 

CHEESBOROUGH THOS P, 13 CHURCH, OFFICE 

hours 32 to 2, iVlione 103, bds Oakland Hts Htl 
Cheetbnm Fredei-ick, accountant, r Ramoth 
CHENEY FLORENCE D MISS, R VICTORIA 

WOODBURY pn a j COMPANY. Y'^Z°IZ 



Telephone 344. 



Office No. 6 Patton Ave. J SOFT COAL. 



" Nan H Miss, r Victoria 
Chestei* Chas T Mrs, r Sunset Driye 
Child Herliprt D, with Ashy C & W Repository, bds 
94 E College 

" Mary E (wid W S), r 50 Baird 
Childers Mattie W Mis;s, r Eagle cor Valley 
Childrens Home, Mrs ^I M jNIeadows matron, 17 Char- 
lotte (see appendix), 
Choffel Leon J,* molder Ashy S & F Co, r 37 S Spruce 
Christian Science Reading Room, 37^ S Main 
Christopher M Miss, domestic T M Tarpley, r same 
Chunn Chas H,* cai-p, r 211 Bailey 

" Elizabeth (wid Jos), r 211 Bailey 

" Jos S,* carp, r 105 Haywood 

" Malcolm J. carp, r 105 Haywood 

CHURCH STREET RESTAURANT, GEO H MACKIE 

]»ropi- 10 Church 

CITIZEN (THE DAILY), THE CITIZEN CO PROPRS & 

])ublrs. J P Kerr editor. Legal bldg S Court Sq 

CITIZEN CO (THE), J P KERR PRES, F E ROBINSON 

s(M'y; ^^' F Randoljjh treas, publrs The Daily 

Citizen and job printers. Legal bldg 

S NEVILLE I Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 

DVERTBSINC < Control City Street-Car Advertising- 
f*PW/^V I Pi'oP^''® and place Newspaper Advertising. 

**^'^^ ■ ■■•••■■ { Contractors for Western North Carolina. 



J. D. PLUMMER, Manager. 



Office In Opera Hoase Bolldlnr. 




THE BATHS AHD TREATMENT 
DEPARTMEMT. 




DIRECT OUTSIDE AND INSIDE ENTRANCES. 



Approved Systems of Water Application, Electri: 
Massage, and other Physical Treatments 
Approved by the Profession. 

ulture, for Young and Old. 50 cents a lesson 
dozen In advance. Send for Information 




GENERAL 

»nd Cafe in cv, 



f*^FOR!V^ATION 



Loungin 
•departments wh 

Recreation 

•Systems, affording op' 
maintenance of vigor and^'ton 

A trained Gymnast and Delsartetxp' 





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djoining General Bath 
r^^ nowbere equaled, for the 
for^their restoraiiou when lost. 



The Administration of all the Above is Under the Direction of Experts. 



NOTE: All baths open for women and children during the morning hours and 
for men in the afternoon and evening. 

Prescriptions for any treatment from any recognized physician will be honored. 
Such physicirtns will retain absolute control of the case as long as they may desire. 

Guests and citizens of Asheville generally are cordially invited. Their admit- 
tance to the baths may be direct from the outside without entering the main building. 

Tickets for sale at the principal drug stores, hotel offices, book stores, etc.. 
in Asheville. 



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Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



OPPOSITE 

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1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



161 



CITIZEN'S COAL CO, WADDELL & COCKE PROPRS, 

office 4S l^ittDii avc 

CITY PIALL, E COIKT SQUARE 

CITY HIGH S(;\H()OL 75 ORANGE (See Appendix) 

Cltiflin Wm S,* meoh, rms 65^ N Main 

Clanipett Benj F,* tsihoemkr Victoria, r country 
" Tlios, lineman Ashv Tel Co, bds 94 S Maini 

Clai>p Frank F, asst P M Biltmore, r Biltmore 
'' Jos W,* r W Aisliv 
" AVni R,* r S Biltmore 

Clark Benj P, condr So Ry, bds 124 Depot 
'' Ella B (wid E T), r 199 Park ave 
" Henry,* wks Ashv Cot INIills, r nr same 
*' Henry H,* r 15^ Patton ave 
'' Jas C, wk.s So Ry fi't depot, r 36 Depot 
" Jas E, wks Ashv Ice & Coal Co, r W Ashv 
" Jessie Miss, slsladj^ C H Swartzberg, r 78 Cherry 
" John, wks A'anderbilt Est, r Averv 
" Mattie L (wid W P), r 78 Cherry 
" Xancv L (wid A^^m), dressmkr, r 36 Depot 

CLARK tHOS G* (McPHERSON & CLARK), R 35 1-2 

Starues ave 



J. H. WEAVER & GO. 



R£AL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Property 
for Sale and Rent. 



" Thos S, mess AA' U Tel Co, r 78 Cherry 

*' W\\\ C, forenin Avs'hv Stm Ldry, bds 85 Liberty 

" Wm H,* letter carrier No 2, r 70 Seney 

Olarke C'has I),* elk So Ry frt depot, r 4 Jefferson Drv 
" Jas E,* wks So Ry depot, r rear 102 Park ave 
'• John E, miller Ashv Milling Co, r W Asihv 
" Thos L,* woodyard Markeit cor Eagle, bds Hotel 

Hobson 
'' AVm M.* wks Ashv Tel Co, r 18 Ohurcih 
" Wm ]\* r 196 (%estniit 

Ola.^'ton Eliza W Mrs, rms 163 Haywood 
" Maiigie M Miss, dressmkr, r 23 Highland 
" Rntledge, })ainter, rms J 63 Haywood 
'• Thad E (T H ]Mori-ison & Co), r 39 N Main 
" AN' Benj,* carp, r 23 Higlil'and 

Cleary Jos, coachman C S Ward, r same 

•Clegg Emma Miss, rms 103 ]Montfoird ave 

Element Geo W,* carp, r S Biltmore 
" John A, wks Tiilhnore Dairy, r S Biltmore 

Clemmons Horace, driver Mustin- R Co, r Country 



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m addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College, The Philadelphia 
D?!i°^'''? u^^"^^' '^'^^ Pennsylvania School of Anatomy ind Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
rmiadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 



AND COMMERCIAL 



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162 MALONEY'S ASHEV^ILLE 

Clemmons Robt,* lab, r 93 Atkinson 

Cleveno^ei- E H,* linemn So Bell Tel Co, rms Fire Dept 
" K El-nest,* driver H & L (\» No 1, rnis same 
'• Mamie Miss, bds 74 P^ajile 
" X Marildn (wid A B), r :>7 S Spruce 

Clevin^er J A,* supt Asliv Tannery, r 239 Haywoood 
'^ Oliver li, student, r 239 Haywood 
" Tlios A,* yd foremn Aisihv Tannery, r 3 Rollins 

Cliff Benj F, elk S Sprano-enberg-, bds Arcadia Hotel 

Clifton Emma (wid Harry), r 80 S Main 

Cline Geo, brkmn So Ry, rms 305 S French Broad ave 
'' John A\', eujiT So Ry. rsm lOS Park ave 

Clinton Jas, with Riverside Fndertakinji- Co, bds 157 
Haywood 

CLUB SALOON (THE), PAT MclNTYRE PROPR, 53 

^_- S Main 

^ -^ Clubb Jno C,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, i' 73 Avery 

COBB ALPHONSO H* (GEO F SCOTT & CO), R 125 

pr*^ Moiitfoid ave 

2 " Elislia M, r 125 Montford ave 

p^, ^ " (Jeo () iMcJntnrff & robb), bds 31 Haywood 

*>-^ ^ ^^1 I DTIil C V'C ) Fine Clothing and Furnish- 

^.^ g WV/^rvllllCT 0[ ings. Young's Hats. Hanan's 

^_^_^ 18 Patton Avenue ) Shoes. 

p-^ oc '• Louis A, leader Cobb «fc Hemenwav's Orchestra, 

C^ bds I*. P Hotel 

COBB THEODORUS H,* ATTY 13 1-2 S MAIN, R 

Bnrtlett s e cor Adams 
" & Hemenway's Orchestra, Louis A Cobb leader, 
Battery Park Hotel 
■^ Coche Ervin C, painter, bds 105 Depot 
Q " Robt, ijtr L Swice^ood, r 205 Bailev 

C^ H^ Cochran Caroline (wid Jeptha), r 270 X Main 
t^ >- •' GirtwO'Od, r Bingham Hts 

*— 5 2E " Jas, farmer, r Bingham Hts 

" John,* carp, r liin^ham Hts 

COCKE PHILIP C (WADDELL & COCKE), RMS 15-16 

Drhumor bld^' 
" Wm J, offi( e 9^ N AV Ct Sq, rms same 
Ooekrell A V Mrs, nurse, rms 1G3 Haywood 
<P Ooe Anna Miss, tchr Home Ind School, r same 

dj '* Hayden L,* roadmstr So Ry, r Edge Hill ave 



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16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

32 i^'-A-rTToru' .A.^S7':EiisiTy:Ei. -f't^loistjes -ao. 



1890-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



163 




COFFEY IVEY R,* BLKSMITH 36 E COLLEGE, BDS 

48:5(45) W Haywood 

IVEY R. COFFEY 

Blacksmithing, Carriage 

and Buggy Repairing 

and Painting. 

Horseshoeing a Specialty 

36 E COLLEGE STREET. 

" -jcs li," blk.siuitli 15;> Market, r 4 Marjorie 

" Robt ^\^* wks J H Cottey, r 4 Marjorie 
Cottiii Ebeii,* auctioneer, r 53 \Y College 

" Fannie ,Miss, tclir, v 44 I*liillips 

'' Sallie S Miss, tdir, v 44 I'liillips 
Coobill Ennna JNCiss, pantry Oakland Hts, r same 
Cohn ( 'elia Misis, slshidy Tlie Baltimioi'e, r 56 N Spruce- 
Cold well Minerva E Mi's (Holeniau & Ooldwell), r 00 
McDowell 



Carolina Coal Co. 



Office Phone 13J. Yard Phone 144. 
OFFICE 23 P ATT ON AVE. 

(See Page Adv.) 



Cole Alice A (wid \V T), r (>5^ :N Main 
'' Alta M Miss, engraver 34 Pat'ton ave, propr Adv 

Journal Co-, r 01 Haywood 
'* E Fulton, Riusic tclir, bds lO.l N Main 
" John A,* stone mason, r 10 Phillips 
" John F, office boy :Miss A M Cole, r 10 Phillips 
" Lucetta \ (wid L A), proprss Rock Ledge, r 67-71 
N Spruce 
Coleman John K,* r 26 ^fontford ave 

" John K jr, student, r 26 Montford ave 
Collins I> M, printer liiltmore Nursery, r 20' Highland 
" I>a\id (', nphstr ^^' B Williamson & Co, rms 45 
Patton a^e 

COLLINS GEO R,* SECY & TREAS ASHEVILLE ICE 

iV: Coal Co, r 41 X French Broad ave 

COLLINS HENRY L* PRES ASHEVILLE ICE & COAL 

(V). r 303 S Freucli Bread ave 
" Milas,* wks market, r Avery 
" Xajioleon B,* coachman, r 64 Pojjlar 
" Nicholas A* (Horton & Collins), r 15 Fulton 








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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



53 Patton Avenue. 



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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

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Special Orders . . . 

Given 

Prompt Attention. 



ASHEVILLE HARDWARE COIVIPANY. 

164 M ALONE Y'S ASHEVILLE 



Collins Thos C,* book agt, r 20 Highland ave 
" T ( ■ Mrs, matron police n^forniatorv, r 20 Highland 

COLLINS WILLIS E, MGR ASHEVILLE MILLING CO, 

^ r ;}0:i S French Broad ave 

Colvin Annie M Miss, cashr H Redwood & Co, r 99 
AN'oodtiu 
'' Eliza O (wid Alex), r 99 Woodfiu 
'" Jas G.* contr, r 99 ^A'o'odtiii 
Q Colyer Leigh,* trav shun Jos B Wells & Co, r 100 Hay- 

Mi ' wood 

W Comstoek Anna E Miss, bdg Victoria 

P " A Otis, r Victoria 

u Oondry John, wks market, bds 146 Roberts 

H " AA'ni A, carp, r 15 Depot 

Q Cone Caesar, pres Asliv Cot Mills, r Greensboro N O 

Connallv John K Rev,* r Victoria 
Q Connell Michael F, nuisic tdir, bds Battery Park Htl 

f^ Conner Bettie Miss, r rear 52 "NA'^oodfin 

" Ely, wks Ashy Cot Mills, r ur Ashv I & C Co Chute 
Connors Catharine Miss, domestic J A Robeling, r 
same 

_^ PAT MclNTYRE, 1 Beer Bottled Daily. 

Agent AUGUSTA BREWING CO. J 53 south Main. Phone 218. 

Coa\ery John, wka R L Pattillo, r 140 Roberts 

Cook — , bds 10 Church 
" Amos F,* groicer East s w eor N Main, r same 
•" Danl, sped del mesgr P O, r 253 Grove 
"■ Ernest B,* elk Biltmore Nursery, r Chuuns Cove 
^' Geo R, r 253 Grove 
*" Harrv R (Galbreath & Cook), rms Opera House 

COOK HORACE E (FITZPATRICK & COOK), BDS 5 

AA'est 

" H Rufus*, r 253 Grove 

" John A* (Cook & WMteu), r 253 Grove 

"' John L, carp, bds 117 K Main 

" Jolm ^^\* r 26 Cliarlotte 

'■' Mollie Miss, bds 44 Mountain 

" S Mvrtle Mrs, opr Ashv Tel Co, r 145 N Main 

" Thos L, carp, r 253 Grove 

" \Vm,* car]), rms 36 Depot i 

" & Whiten (J A Cook, F M Whiten), bowling al 13 
Eagle 
Cooke Ernest B, elk, r 11 Chunu 

" Geo,* lumberman, r 11 C'hunn 
Cooley A Z Mrs, bdg Kenilworth, r same 



L A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



OPPOSITE 

Postoffici 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



165 



COOPER ALBIN D,* GROCER 32 S MAIN, R 39 HAY- 
wood 
" A T & Co, proprs Lanral Vallej Saloon 50 S Main 
" Bettie (wid Alex), r 41 N Spruce 
" Clialniers S,* com nier -^U S Main, r Ramoth 
" Clay 1), student, r 89 Haywood 
" Win H.* (MiGi- So Rv, r 91 I)ei)ot 

COOPER WM N (COOPER & WOODBURY), BDS 

Swannanoa Hotel 

COOPER & WOODBURY (WM N COOPER, W H 

Woodbury), wliol lumber dealers, 15 Temple Ct 
OorMn Jollin T,* foremu A^and^nbilt Xursery, r 201 

Bailey 
Corn Jesse, earj>, bds 03 X Main 
'• Noah P,* carp, r Cliunns Cove 
Cornell Frank, wks Clias W Baird, r 25 Turner 
" Hattie A (wid H T ), r 25 Turner 
•' Wni S,* snpt Rivei'side Cemetery, r Rannotli 
Cory A\'m O, retired, r ^roniford 

COSBY BENJ H,* JEWELER 27 PATTON AVE, R 54 

D.'pot 



STORES 

OFFICES 

REALTY 



WM, JOHNSTON. Jr,).£l,°. 



Coston Jesse V, slmn Sawyer's Carpet Hse, r 58 Hay- 
wood 
'' Oscar M,* slnin Sawyei''s Carpet Hse, r IGl Ctiest- 
nut 

COUNTY COrRT HOISE, COURT SQT^ARE 

COURTNEY HORATIO S,* CLOTHIER, MEN'S FUR- 

nishiu^s. tailorinji,-, shoes, aiit Youn^- Bros Htits 
Hanan's shoes and Manhattan shirt's IS Paftou 
ave, r 94 Cumberland aye (see ady) 
Cowan Ella Miss, bds 51 Depot 
" Eu.tiene R."'' \yks As'hy I & C Co, r 189 W Haywood 

COWAN JAS K,* R 42 PENLAND 

" Jas W,* carp, r 212 Patton aye 

" John, uic'hst Ashv S & F Ck> 

'' Thos H,* wks Ashy Milliu<;- Co, r 23 Rector 
Cowley Alex," r 121 Cumberland aye 
Cowsert Stokes, bds S Main bey limits 
Cox Bessie M'iss, r 9 Flint 

" Lula Miss, r 9 Flint 

" Rowen. student, r 9 Flint 

'' Wiley Rev, pastor Lutheran ("h, rms 38 Temitle Ct 



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Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Hoom, 

High Crada Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



BOTTLED GOODS 



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:\IALOXEY\S ASHEVILLE 



COXE FRANCIS S, V-PRES BATTERY PARK BANK,. 

(^^'addell & Coxe), bds Battery Park Hotel 
" Mary (wid Otis ^M). r Victoria 

Orago Aloiizo. wks Ai<hv Cot Mills, r nr same 
" Frank 1),* slum Singer JNIfo- Co, bds Arcadia. Hotel 
'' Kobt,* wks Ashy Cot ]Mills, r mr same 
"■ Susie Miss, wks Ashy Cot Mills, r nr same 

Craiff Charity Kusk ^Irs. with Ashv Tel Co. r ]\[outford 

CRAIG LOCKE,* ATTY 9-10 TEMPLE COURT 

Craiu V^'m .M.* v oO llailey 
Orane Allen,* lab, r ^lontfoi'd 

" Wm,* lab. r 22 Madison 
Cranford Dicie J iirs, r 25 Spring 

Crawford Alex,* pliys (eye. ear, nose, throat) 32 Pat- 
tou aye, r 58 Groye 

" W R,* coTidr S!o Ry, bds Glen R Hotel 
CraA-ton F M, wks Biltmore Xursery, r Victoria 

" John,* farmer, r Biltmore 

" Thos X. wks Bil'tmore Xursery, r Victoria 
Creasman Azalie Miss, tchr, r W Asheyille 

" Dora E Miss, wks Ashy vStm Ldry, r 41 East 



Asheville Cycle Co. 

EUGENE C. SAWYEK, Proprielor. 



Renti ng & Repa iring. 

18 and 20 Church St. 



'' Eliza (\yid Lorenza), r S Biltmore 

" Jacob H.* wks Vanderbilt Est, r Victoria 

" Manley C,* carp, r 41 East 

'' Pearl Miss, wks Ashy Stm Ldry, r 41 East 

" TTios B,* propr ^^'hite Pine Dairy, r Chuuns Cove 

■"• Thos F,* miller Biltumre Mills, r Biltmore 

" Wm B,* collr The (Jazette, r 41 East 
Creusha\y Jas ^y* r Chuuns Coye 

"■ Joihn, wks Dr Powell, bds 72 E College 
Cressler Dehner,* r 82 Hall 
Crook Albert, \\'ks Ashy Cot Mills, r Avery 

" H .T,* i)ressuian The Gazt^tte, r 50 Jefferson Drive 

'' Hester :Miss, wks Ashy Stm Lry, r IG Buttrick 

" Ida Madam, r 78 A^alley 

" Jackson, painter, r IC Buttrick 

^' Jas, coupler So Ry, r xlvery 

" John', wks Ashv Cot Miills, r Avery 

" Leila J iliss, r 386 N Main 

*' Mahina Miss, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 16 Buttrick 

'' Xancy J (wid W D), r 16 Buttrick* 

" Xellie Miss, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 16 Buttrick 



WILLIAMSON & GO 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, . . . . 
CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM. Etc. 



Orowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Paitnn Avenue, 
Telephone No. 132. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



167 



Crook Rebecca, E (wid Jasper A), r iVvery 
* " AVm J,* wks Slaydeii F & Co, r 368 X ]Main 
Crosihay Zebulon, wks Ashv Dray Co, r S iMain 
Crosman Franlv C* wks As'liv Tannery, r 151 Charlotte 

" Ralpli L. office boy Ashv Tannery, r 151 Charlo'tte 
Crossman Carlton R, ele\'ato>r boy Swannanoa Hotel, 

bds same 
Crowe ]\lai"y Miss, steno Paris Med Co, bds Asliv Htl 
Crowell Mrs, r 110 Hajwood 

" Jo's A,* plasterer, r 40 Seney 
Ci'iiise Edwd P. barkpr Acme W <& L House, rms o^-er 
58 S Main 

" Jas M, caller t^o Ry shops, r 132 S French Broad ave 

'* John,* engr, r 132 S French Broad are 

'' Katie Miss, slslady Oestreic'her & Co, r 132 S F 
Broad are 

" Marg^aret Miss, nnrse Oakland Hts, r same 

" Patrick E. elk, r 132 S F Broad aA^e 
Culvern Geo W,* propr Wild Cherry Springs Dairy, r 

same 
Cunningham David E,* letter carrier No 1, r 23 Orange 



WM. G. SMITH. 



Best Tailoring.? 37 

S. Main St 



Over 4000 Varieties. 



" Elizabeth 1* ^liss, r 275 Haywood 
'' Enoch L,* carp, r 23 Orange 
" Flioride Miss, r 275 Haywood 
'' Jason F,"- letter carrier Xo 6, r 243 Hillside 
" S Eugene.* mgr Battery Park Bar, r Ramoth 
Currie John S,* brkmn So Ry, r 101 Park ave 
Curtis Carlos, coadliman S P McDivitt, r same 
'' Edwin B. elk J W Harrison, bds rear 35 Woodfin 
" Eugene T,* plumber Ball & S, bds 14 S Spruce 
" Osl'in L, wks Biltmore Nursery, r Biltmore 
" Z F (Tucker, Murphy & Curtis), bds 156 Bailey 
Cus'hnian Kate (wid W S), r 53 W College 
Cuts^haw Ella .Miss, maid G D iJotta, r same 



Dairy Lunch, Kehl & Co proprs, 38 Patton ave 
Dalton Caroline Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r rear 537 
W Ha^"wood 
*' Gaston, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r rear 537 W Haywood 
'' General,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 199 Roberts' 





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Citizens' Coal Co. 



UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Petton Ave. 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



w'"collegea 

PHONE 95. 



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Dalton (reo L,* wks Gas House, r 2 Magnolia ave 
" H rattei'son,* lab, r rear 587 W Haywood 
" Jas, grocer nr Ashv Cot Mills, r Bingbam Hts 
" John C, lab, r S Pine bey limits 
" Lola Miss, wks Asliv Stni Ldry, r 15 Turner 
" Louisa Miss, wks As^hv Oot Mills, r rear 537 W Hay- 
wood 
" Mitc'liell, wks Dr J A Burroughs, r same 
'' Saml, elk J Dalton, r Bingliam Hts 
" Thos S,* U S storepkr & ganger, r 15 Turner 

Daniel Preston S,* seey to sujrt So Rv, r 0(> Haywood 
" Robt N,* lab, r 82 Woodfln 
" Wophronia (wid Jas), r VM) Bailey 

DARBY FRANK R,* CITY PASS & TICKET AGT SO 

Ry ()() l*atton aye, r 14 Starnes aye 
" J H, brkmn So Ry, bds Ashy Hotel 
Dardy Letitia Miss, domestic Dr F T Meriwether, r 

same i 

Dayall Walter R,* dairyman, r 366 S Main 
Dayid Bettie D Miss, r 9 Flint 
" Jules E,* phys, r 70 Liberty 



WOODBURY 

Telephone 344. 



GOAL 



COMPANY. 

Office Nn. 6 Patton Ave 



!ALl 



ALL KINDS OF 
ARO AND 
SOFT COAL. 



Davidson Allen T,* r 50 Baird 
" Oarrie Miss, slslady Summer D & Oo, r 352 W Hay- 
wood 
" Banna'h M (wid W E), bd'g 'house 04 E College 
" Jas, Ayks Biltmore Nursery, r Biltmoire 
" Sal lie K ]\riss, i- 2S3 S ^Fain 

DAVIDSON THEO F* (DAVIDSON & JONES), R 69 

Liberty 
'^ W Edwin, elk ("aa-miehaels Ph'armacy, bds 91 E 
College 

DAVIDSON & JONES (THEO F DAVIDSON, THOS A 

Jones), attys 7-8 Temi)le Court 

Davies ^y ]\I, atty, bds Aishy Hotel 

Dayis Andrew J, sol Farmers W'hse 
'' Aiigie V (wid Wni A), dressmkr, r 315 Bailey 
" C ]i,* buyer S C Miooriuan «& Co, r 12 Montford ave 
'^ Ohas S* '(Slayden Fakes & Co), r 23 Depot 
" Dora A Miss, dressmkr, r 155 N Main 
" Erwin P. r Chunns Coye 
" Etta Miss, maid T Pine, r same 
" Geo T,* r 22 Orange 



ADVERTISERS, 



When you want to reach the ENURE 



way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thoroughfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. O. PLUMMER, Manager. Office in Opera House Building. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co 



OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 



DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 169 



J, H. WEAVER & GO 



RSAL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Prcperty 
for Sale and Rent. 



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Davis Ceo W,* wks Asbv Dray Co, r 65 N Spruce 
" Geo W* (Davis & Allison), r 27 Bearden ave 
" Harrison R, brkmn Bo Ry, bds 348 W Haywood' 
" H Dalton Miss, r 150 S French B ave 
'* Jas Le Conte, B S, tchr Bing*li!am Sc'liool, r same 
" Jas P,* blksmith 185 Patton ave, bds 6 S Spruce 
" John J,* r 50 Highland 

" Jos C,* bdft- hse r 59 N Main , 

" Jos C,* r 155 N Main g -^ Q 

" Jois E, printer Ashv Register, bds Western Hotel ^ > T^ 

" J L,* overseer Ashv Cot Mills, r 509 W Haywood § w £~ 

" Linnie (wid Albert C), r 84 Bailey " ' 

" Mark, office boy Citizen, r Childrens Home 
" Mary A (wid Benj P), r S Biltmore 

" Minet, student, r Chunns Cove ^ 

" P Frances (wid E B), r 157 Hay-wood | ; n% 

" Riley L,* brickmason, r Avery < - tim 

" R Morgan,* frt & ticket agt^Biltm'ore Depot, r S ■ ^ " 

Biltniore '^ "'^ 

" Sanil A,* mgr Biltmore Village Shop, r S Bil'tmore p ^^ 

DAVIS SAM'L M, WKS SLAYDEN FAKES & CO, BDS 

23 Depot 



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*' Saml S.* shun H S Courtney, bds 08 Depot 

" Sarah A Mrs, r 56 Madison 

" Simon P,* trav slmn Slayden F & Co,, r 29 Depot 

" Thois E,* contr, r 20 Hi'llside 

^' Tho's K.* linotype opr The Gazette, r 38 Penland 

" Tina A Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 

" ^^'m,* farraei', r 150 S French B ave 

" Wm A,* grocer 203 Bailey, r 58 Blanton 

'' & Allison (G W Davis &' R Allison), gi-ocers 148 <i ^c^t/j^c 

Montford ave §^2.c°'S 

Dav Ervin R. lab. bds 508 W Havwood slf^S-oE 

DEAKE CYRUS T C* (IDLEWILD FLORAL CO), R 324- ^i^ril- 

Charloitte ^.7^^^^" 

DEAKE J B MRS (IDLEWILD FLORAL CO), R 324 §£^211 

Charlotte ^I?t-st5 

DEAKE JULIUS W C (IDLEWILD FLORAL CO), R 324 ^-^'^h: 

Charlotte ^I^S:"" 

Deal Joihn B, bds 79 N Main "'^ =s'^^ f 

" John O.* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr Ashv I *& C Co S^?§ IS" 

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WiiJi.N YOU WANT A PRE8<JttlPTION FILi^ED, rememoer tne Heaaot our estiuUismuent, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jeflerson Medical College Tlie Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity. The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy ad Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The CaroHna Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line Qf French 



Berkeley 



3ri ar and Meerschaum Pipes 

south of New York at the CIS^T StSnCla 



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S ^ u Deal Lvman A (8iimner Deal & Co), rms 12 Church 

g ^ 3f Dean Kiith I) ^li.ss, tchr Home Ind School, r same 

.QC «^* I Deaver Ethel Miss, r 118 Wcyodfin 

-^ t: S? . '^ J Clyde, elk Ashv Fish Co, r 95 E College 

1= g Q " Luciie Mis«, r 118 Wo'odfin 

:= CC < '' Nancy J Miss, r 4G West 

'^ fX> I '' R M Mrs, r West Ashv 

^ e4 * " Wm H,* chf N S Detec'tive aj^encv, r 05 E College 

■T3 rr; . DeBoid Maliuda Miss, r 135 Broad 

c^ g . Denisou Marv Nelon, phys 66 Haywood, r same 

^ £ ^ " Roy T,* bkpr Battery Tk Bank, r 66 Haywood 

55 ^ ^' T Riley, bds 66 Haywood 

•~ Denne Marie ^Nliss, hd nurse Oakland Hts, r same 

— Dennis Olnas R.* elk, r 98 Cumberland ave 

, " E Roberta (wid Wimslow), r 4 Woodfin 

' y^ Denton J Frank,* wks Biltmore Nursery, r Biltmore 

- ^ . " Thos ^y. V Biltmore 

oo Dermid Junious W,* flagmn So Ry, r Victoria 

V— ^ DeVault Chas ^^^* druggist, r Ohunns Cove 

'^^3 ^Zj " Frank, photogr, r Chunns Cove 

■ —J ^ " Robt, photogr, r Chunns Cove 

*"^ IS ^^^1 1 l?TI\l F VQ ^ ^'"® Clothing and Furnish 



ings. Young's Hats.Hanan's 
18 Patton Avenue ) Shoes. 

" Wm W,* hostler Bo Ry, r 370 W Haywood 
Devine Etta Miss, r 22 Cumberland ave 
Dickerson Jos E,* r 74 E College 

Dickey Jos S,* prin Skyland Inst, r Grace N G 

n-> ^ " J S Mrs, tchr Skyland Imst, r Grace N C 

" Sallie Miss, tchr Skyland Inst, r Grace N C 
Dickson Bartlett Y, engr So Ry, rms 168 Park ave^ 
uui " Harvey ]\r,* pres The Dickson-Mason L Co, r 15 

^^^ Grove 

C3 " Masion Lumber Co (The), incor, H M Dickson pres; 

f^ A\' T Mason secv & treas, 1-2 Paragon bldg 

j;^ ~ DICKSON, see also DIXON 

C^ j^_j Diggs Geo A.* yd elk So Ry, r 16 Starnes ave 

CO ^ Dillingham Frankie E (wid Wm), r 36 Buxton 

" ^^'m L.* wivs Ashv (;ot Mills, r 36 Buxton 
Dillon John ^^^* carp, r rear 173 S Main 
Divelbiss Edward,* engr Bil'tmore Dairy, r Biltmore 

DIXIE RESTAURANT & CONFECTIONERY (THE), 

Halyburton & Caples j»roprs 36 S Main 
CP ^ Dixon Jessie H Miss, steno Swannanoa Hotel, bds 48 

^ Flint 

Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 




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ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

In all the Best Grades of Coal. 

32 r'-A.TTOJxr .^'\7'X3ixrxTE:. :e>zzoxu'xs -ao. 



1899 1900 CITY DIRECTOKY 



171 



Zhc 2)ixie IRestaurant .... 



AND 

CONFECTIOMERY 



Meals at all hours. Private Dining Parlors. Large or small 
parties served on short notice. 

-<<^ — Oyfiters and! Game a Specialty. 

36 SOUTH MAIN STREET. 

Dixon Mable K Miss, tclir N & C Inst, r same 
'' Nathan ir^,* watelimn Asliv Cot Mills, r 546 W Hay- 

^^•Olod 
*' A'ii'ji^inia Miss, with Mrs E Von V Barker, bds 48 
Flint 

DIXON, see al»o DICKSON 

Doan Jefferson, rnTs 527 W Hay wood 
" Z T,* nns 527 W Havwood 

Dobs'on A Miss, domestic Mrs .\ E Pease, r same 

Dockerv John,* lab, r 71^ N Main 

Office Phone 13J. Yard Phone 144. 
OFFICE 23 PATTON AVE. 

(See I'age Adv.) 



Carolina Coal Go. 



'* Mahale J (wid Allen), r 6 Central ave 
Dockins Nancy ^Irs. r (>5 Hall 
Doe Thos P»,* slmn W B Williamson & Co, r 20 Oak 

" Thos B jr. student, r 20 Oak 
Dole Alsie B ^[iss, supt Ashv Ind School, r same 
Doniah'oo Silas H,* carp, >i- Biltmore 
Donnan Geo Vs* (:^[arket St W W Co), r ir>0 Bailey 
Dorsett Sjinil T. bkpr M ^' ]\Ioore, rms Palmetto bldg 
Dorsey W E. bds 14 S Spruce 
Dosser Chas V. ]\[rs, r 125 Chestnut 
Dougherty Jas :M, bds 97 Depot 

" Jos m',* hostler So By, r 14:^ Park ave 

" Martin M.* drayman, r 97 De]iot 
Ilouii'lity Alice P Miss, r Hillside Cottaj^e 

" Catharine E Miss, matron Allen Ind Home, r same 

" Cynthia A Miss, pro])rss Hillside Cottage, r same 
D(nvtin John A,* with Ashv Di-ay Co, r 370 W Hay- 
wood 

" Kobt, bds :'.7r> >\' Haywood 
Doyle Annie ]\Irs (wid ^M W). v 5S S Main 

'' Anna B Mis, r 2 Cullowhee 
Drake Edw A. i- 11 Staiucs ave 





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53 Patton Avenue. 



- The Lea ding Fan cy Grocer. 

PZZOT^TIE: 136. 



"eulg ^cTs"' Mbibii Asheville Hardware Co. 

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Drake Jacob A, mtrmn Ashv St By, bds 315 N Main 
'' Jas B,* confi' nr So Pass Sta, r same 
" John B,* eondr Ashv St By, r 315 N Main 
'' Jos E,* r 11 Staines are 
Diakefoid Alvin \\', tel opi- J'.atterv Pk Htl, r same 

DRAKEFORD JAS H, MGR W U TEL CO, PROPR B P 

Hotel N & () Stand, v 25 OheiTv 
" Laura H (wid J J), r 25 Cherry 
" Th'os H, opr W U Tel Co, r 25 Cherry 

Dresser Harry K,* r 09 Chairlofte 

DBHUMOB BLDC, I^ATTON XYE S W COB CH 

Drinker Flforence L Miss, Parisli Visitor All Soul.^ 
Ei)isco])al C'hurcli, r Biltmore 

Dirnmm Jas, insi)r Ashv Tel Co 

Driimmond Fannie Mrs, r Bamoth 
" B F,* wks Boberts & She])])ard, r Beaverdam N 

DuBose Jas B.* bdji" hse 33 X Pine 

DuBOSE McNEELY REV,* RECTOR TRINITY EPIS- 

(•oj)al ChniH-h, r 08 Church 
Duck Jas C.* rar]), r 71 Avery 
Duckett Alonz'O, mtrmn St By, r 10 S Spruce 

PATMclNTYREJCLUB SALOON 

53 South Main, ) X=*XXOI^X3 2ie. 

" Euj;ene, mti'uin St By, r 140 Bailey 

" Jas C, driver Hose Co No 1. rnis same* 

/' John ^^'," carp, r Mtn rd nr limits 

" Thos P,,* carp, r 110 Bailey 

" Thos M, r 110 Bailey 
]>uckworth AA'm J,* carp, r 300 Short Bailey 
Duease Bobt, bds 481(13) W Haywood 
Duffie Owens J,* carp, r 18 Turner 

" Walter, wks T N Henry, r 18 Turner ' 
Duffield Sarali E (wid C B), r 124 Haywood 
Dugan Mary Miss, domes'tic F O'Donnell, r same 
Dukes Edw S, elk O A Gireer, r 30 Cumberland ave 

" Susan Miss, t'dhr Montfoi-d ave ScihOol, r 30 Cum- 
berland ave 
DUKES THOS C H,* NOTARY & BKPR B P HOTEL, R 

30 Cumberland ave 
Dunavan Maggie Miss, cook Dr O P Ambler, r s^ame 
Duncan Abner H,* v-pres The Tasteless Quindne Co, r 
St Louis Mo 

" Addle Miss, wks Ashv Got Mills, r 103 Depot 

" Anderson F,* wks McPherson & Clark, r 300 Grove 



L. A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary PubliC» 



Paragon Pharmacy Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



1899 1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



173 



Duncan Elizabeth Miss, liousekpr N Penland, r same 

" Emily Miss, r 61 Hall 

'• Janie Miss, r 01 Hall 

" Jefferson, wks AsIia- Cot Mills, r 103 Depot 

" Jessie Mrs, r 108 S Main 

'• Jos, lab, V 103 Depot 

" Lettie Miss, r 01 Hall 

" Margaret Miss, r 01 Hall 

*' Roena Miss, r 01 Hall 

'' Wm,* wks Ashy Tannery, r 33 Depot 

•• Wm T. wks L J Penley' 
DUNHAM HARRY A,* BICYCLES AND BICYCLE RE- 



pairs 11 Obureh, r 30 Pliillips 




H.A. DUNHAm, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Agent for Columbias and Geescents. 
RBNTIJWG AA'O RBI*A.IRi:SG, 

Phone 382. n CHURCH STREET. 

STOI^ES 
OFFICES 



«"KT^^- Temple Court 



'■ Melyiua B (wid C L), r Sunset Driye 
Dunn Elsie C (wid Alfred), r 11 N Spruce 

" Jas, mis 12 X Court Sq 

'• Jefferson,* teamster, p W Haywood nr Roberts 
Dunrobin, Mrs E B Wel'c'h proprsis, bds 88 N Main 
DuPont T Belin,* r 118 Cumberland aye 
Dupree Wm H.* wks Ashy Cot INlills, r 5 Green> 
Durham BenJ J, student, r 10 Ann 

DURHAM CHAS H REV,* PASTOR FRENCH BROAD 

Baptist Church, r 203 Haywood 
" L X,* dentist 18-19 Maxwelton bldg, r 19 Ann" 
" Thos L.* secy J B Bostic Co, r 21 Ann 
Dutton Jas M,*'wks Ashy Cot Mill, r 6 Green 



Eagan J S,* linotype opr The Gazette, bds Arcadia Htl 



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RuIp with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82, 



Imported and Domestic Cigars Sold by the Box at Factory Prices at the 

BERKELEY CIGAR STAND 



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g EAGLE HOTEL, MRS L E FREEMAN PROPRSS, 

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) "EABLE" f ASHEVILLE CYCLE CO. 

f ni niCI lUn 1 lUiENEC. saw VEK, Prop. 

J ULcYbLANU I is anu 20 church street. 

" \\'ni.* tiit'umu 80 Ky, bds 1*5 Depot 
Earle Court, Mr.s C E Siiiatliei'>s proprss, 318 W Hay- 
wood 

•• J Danl, elk The Mu.stiii-R Co, v 110 Haywood 
Early \\\\\ C, wks Jones & F'anning, r 25 Central ave 

" ^Vm H,* lab, r 25 Central ave 
Eai'wdod Betty Miss, r 16 Oakdale ave 

'' J M, wivs Biltmore Nursery , 

" Mattie Miss, r 16 Oakdale ave 
Eatnian Darius, A B, tclir Bing'ham School, r same 
Eaton Hay, parcel boy Summer D & Co, r 19 Turner 

" John H,* plasterer, r 19 Turner 

" Saml C,* lumber imspr, r 39 East 
Ebbs Jno A,* asst wrecker So Rv, r 95 Depot 
Edel Rosa (wid S), r 32 Penland ^ 
Edgewood (J M Campbell), Hill St 
Edm'on'd's Elizabeth (wid M), r 103 Merrinion ave' 
Edmundson Theodpsia Miss, domestic S P McDivitt 
r sam'e | ; ,^. _^i\*\i»ij 

Edner Lillie Miss, bds 44 Mountain 



WILLIUMSON & CO/"""""""'^*'*''""' 



BEDDING, 



16 patton Avenue. Upholslery Goods, Etc. 



Urowers oi fianis ano 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



lULtWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Patton Avenue. 
Te/ephone No. f32. 



1890 1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



175 



Edne\ Maria Miss, seamstress, r 317 E College 
Edson Maxie Miss, seamstresis Miss L M Browne, r So 

Side ave 
Edwards Absolom,* farmer, r Raimolh 

•' Addie Miss, wks Asliv Oot Mills, r 28 Buxton 

" Beauregard, carp, r Ranioth 

'* Emerv, agt, r 28 Buxton 

" Paunie (wid M A), r 28 Buxton 

" frWYnu, wks So Ry shops 

" Martha Miss, maid G W Pack, r same 

'' Minnie T (wid David), r S Biltmore 

" Oskie, wks Ashv Cot MIHs, r 28 Buxton 
Eggleston DuBose, elk S<> Ex Co, bds Ashv Hotel 

EGGLESTON JOS D,* SUPT CITY SCHOOLS, OF- 

fice City Hall, r 2 xXston Lane 
Eids'on Juo \\\ condr I-M &t R R, bds 290 S'side ave 

" Maxie Miss, seamstress, bds 290 Southside ave 
Electric Power House, 09 Valley 
Elkins W Cornerius* (Meece & Elkins), r W Ashv 
Ellege Frank H, wks Ashv Cot Mill, r 9 Green 

'• Henrv, wks Ashv Cot Mill, r 9 Green 



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'' T Nellie (wid Jas), r 9 Green 

" John W, wkis Ashv Oot Mill, r 9 Green 
Eller Benj,* wks Vanderbilt Est, bds S Biltmore 

" J Oscar, elk F P Ingle, bds 18 Vance 

" ^V E, sol Farmers Warehousie 
Ellerbe E Adele (wid M P), r 98 Haywood 

" Wm A, oflfKe boy O D Revell, bds 98 Havwood 

ELLERSON A R,* PRES ASHEVILLE HDW CO, 

Richmond Va 
Ellersfein Philip, elk L Blomtoerg 
Elliek M,* furrier 51 Patton ave 
Elliott Edw E,* plnmber F M Lindsey, r Ohunns Cove 

'* Mary :Miiss, wks .Ashv Oot Mills/ bds 487 W Hay- 
wood 

" Saml, lab. bds 25 Central ave 

" W A.* trav slmn Dr T Smith, r 122 Patton ave 
Ellis Chas H. cohdr A^hv St Ry, r 101 S Main 

" David L,* Co Supor of Etducation, r Fajrview 

'• Edw S, mtrmn Ashv St Ry, bds 101 S Main 
Ellison Benj W,* lab, r rear 587 W Haywood 
Elmore John M,* agt, r 1 Buxton 




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SHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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Else Clai-eiice, wks Asliv Tannery, r 124 Depot 
" I^ankie ^Nliss, wks x\sbv Stm Ldry, r 124 Depot 
" Henry,* plasterer, r 124 Depot 
" Nelia Jliss. wks Ashv ^^tm Ldry, r 124 Depot 

Emanuel Aniv D ^Nliss, r 50 Flint 

EMANUEL CLARA MISS, STENOGRAPHER & TYPE- 

wi-iter Barnard bld}i-, r 50 Flint 

" Fannie Miss, tchr Stenof'rai)hy 50 Flint, r same 

*' Nathan,* trav slmn, r 50 Flint 
Embler Panl E,* florist B V Hotel, r 11 Short 
Emery Noah,* lab, r 120 Hall 

" Wm,* lab* rms 4 View 
Engberg L A,* musician B P Hotel, bds same 
Enger Augustus, brknin So Ry, bds 348 W Haywood 
English Ohas, mess boy, bds 108 East 

" Elbert, teamster, r V^ictoria 

" John,* peddler, r 67 N Main 
Enloe Sallie Miss, bds Ashv Hotel 
Ensley Adolphus.* watch'mn Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 

'' Alfred L,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 

" Ervin,* r W Haywood nr Roberts 

ALL KINDS OF 
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WOODBURYnnfll COMPANY. 

Telephone 344. UUHL 



Office No. 6 Patton Ave, 



1 ALL KIND 
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" John, wks ,\shv Cot Mills, r nr same 
" Sallie ^liss, wks Ashv Oot Mills, r nr same 
Epcs S (Jci-ald ^liss, tchr Ashv Col for Y 31, r same 

EPWORTH NEWS, GEO L HACKNEY EDITOR & 

projjr 4 N Court Square 
E<iuitable Life Assurance of N Y, Jno R Gra'ham agt, 

7| S ^^' Court Square 
Erb^' Jas,* wks J S Mosselar, r 7 W^alnut 
Erwiin L jNlarable, law student & notary 42 Palmetto 

bldg, r Sunset ave 

ERWIN MARCUS,* CLK SUPERIOR COURT, R SUN- 

set Drive 
" Robt C, brknm So Ry, bds 101 Park ave 
" S Bulow,* depy elk Criminal Court, r 351 S Main 

Eureka Saloon, A G Halyburton propr 16 W College 

Evans B F.* tchr, r Chun'ns Cove 
" Florence Miss, steno E B Glenn, bds 36 Vance 
" Grace (wid Chas K), tchr Bailey St School, bds 39 

Atkin 
" Jas,* brickmason, r 36 S Spruce 
" Lonnie. drayman, r 36 S Si)ruce 



Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 

Control City Street-Car Advertising. 
■— ^^__.-^__ I Prepare and place Newspaper Advertising. 

J^|CiENCY. . I • . • ■ \ Contractors for Western North Carolina. 



A SHEVILLE I 
DVERTfSINC i 



J. D. PLUMMER, Manager. 



Office In Opera Honse Bnildlnf. 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO, 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



OPPOSITE 

POST .. 
.. OFFICE 



1899 1000 CITY DIRECTORY 177 

Evans Naiicv ]Mis, wks Ashv Skt Co, r 30 ^''auce 
" Rosa, eook G J Jackson, r 11 Hildebi'and 
" SamI J R,* wks Slavden F & Co, r 80 Vance 
" t^olonion, t'rav slnin t^laydon F & Co, rms 25 S 

Lexinji'toj] ave 
'• Turner, elk A\'ni Turner, bds Hotel Hobson 

Eve Grace Miss, opr Ajshv Tel Co, r 31 S Main 

E verba rf Nelson S, carriajie mkr, r 130 Broad 
^' Philip E, carriajie nikr, r 130 Broad 

Ewino- Edw, wks Asliv Cot Mills, r 20 Buxton 
" Mary E Miss, wks Asbv Cot Mills, r 20 Buxton 
" Raciuiel C (wid E N), bdg 20 Buxton 



Faofg- Henry C, rnis 21 Davidson ► 

" Jane L (wid ,J A), r 01 Central ave S 

Fain Earle M, elk, r 73 M'onitford ave 5 

" Xatlfl ^A^* lette'r carrier No 3, taxidermist, r 73 gr 

^lontford ave 5 

Faircbild Frank C* r 355 S Mi\in B 



J. H. WEAVER & CO. 



REAL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Property 
for Sale and Rent. 



Falk's Music House, 

C. FALK, Proprietor. 




FAKES BITHANIEL R* (SLAYDEN FAKES & CO), R « h 

57 N Biu'uce s<» c 

^' Sla^dou. r 57 X Kjiruce ^ ziz j: 

FALK BERTHA MISS, WITH C FALK, BDS 50 BLAN- " ^ r 

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FALK CASIMER, PROPR FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, R \^i S Z 

50 I^lanton h * £S r» 

FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, CASIMER FALK PROPR, g-^? 

pianos, organs, music and musical mdse 55 S f j S 

Main ? ~ ^ 



55 South |W«in Street, flSHEVlIiliH, fi. C F = «« 

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Pianos, Organs, Sheet Music, Music Books, and s-f 

Musical Merchandise of all kinds. n 



WHEN YOU WANT A PRESCRIPTION FILLED, remember the head of our establishment, 
in addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College, The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



otel Berkeley, 



FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST T0DRI5T 
AND COMMERCIAL 
HOTEL IN ASHEYILLE 



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Falls C Eiskine, bkpr Tlie Mustin-R Co, bds 31 Grove 

l^^'alsoni Anna Miss, r Cluinns Cove 

Fanning Frank A* (Jones & Fanning), r 9 Short 

" Homer, elk K U S, bds 10 Church 

" Leslie, carrier Oiti/en, bds 9 Short 
Fant Marv (wid JasU r S \V Chestnut 

FARINHOlT LEROY A,* REAL ESTATE, LOANS & 

notary public 21 T(Mii|i1(^ Court, r 17 Starne.s 

ave (see adv) 
Farman Ida Miss, i' 128 ^lerrimon ave 
Farmer Delia Miss, r 21)^ N Main 
Farmers' Whse, Hensley Reeves & Jones proprs 45 N 

]\[ain 
Farr Wm, electrician 33 Patton ave, bds 19 Starues av 
Farrar A J,* bds Hotel Hobson 
Farrell Jos G,* wks Ashv Got Mills, r W Ashv 
Farrington Albert, flagmn So Ry, bds 142 Roberts 
Farris Frank, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 
Fjiucctt J ^A'ul, dentist <!() Pal ton ave, bds Inglesidc 

FEATHERSTON AMBROSE A* (HAMPTON & FEATH- 

erstou), r 118 ^^''0odfin 

^^1 I DT*IVI C VC ) Fine Clothing and Furnish- 
V^ V/ \i fk ■ 111 C 1 O !- ings. Young's Hats. Hanan's 



18 Patton Avenue. 



Shoes.. 



"Ambrose A jr, slmn, bds 34(! ^A" Haywood 

" E (\ameron, elk W A Boyce, bds 34(5 W Haywood 

" Frances Mis, ])rin Bailey St School, bds Cain Hse 

" Harriet L (wid A A), r 34(1 W Haywood 

'■ Maiv 1] (wid Wui), r 118 Woodfin 

FEATHERSTON WM C* BARKPR HAMPTON & 

Ft'ather.-tdn, r Sunset Park 
FEDERAL BLDG, PATTON AVE COR HAYWOOD 
Fee Lizzie Miss, rms 18 Church 
Felmet Claud L, slmn (x A Means, bds 145 S Main 

" Jas B, linotype opr The Gazette 

" Wm V, elk G Gref-n, bds 30 Buxton 
Felthaus Anton F,* jilumber Pennimon & K, r 12 Short 
Ferry Joliu A,* tchr Bingham School, r same 
Fesperman A Love, fireman So Ry, rms 162 Park av<? 
Fickei' Jos, wks Fatlicr Clarion, r same 

FIELD ARTHUR M,* MANUFACTURING JEWELER, 

dlr in souvenirs etc, I'otton ave s w cor Church 
(Drhumor bldg), r 173 Montford ave (see front 
covei') 



WILLIAMSON & GO, 



(6 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUCS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



/r"U **i^ SI K SSaw 'i>' U £&m Uesz iS2» IS '•i^'!"^'^ tkica "'*»>"* aais' '^sa^ ff~\, mm '*>-.<»' '-^jj*'' ■ 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal, 

32 I'-A.T'TOT'J" .A.^ST'JESJSITJJE:. I'HOlVrS -ScO. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



179 



Filtering? Dept (.^ity ^^'ater Co. (.^ M Andrews supt, 283 

E (;olk'j;e 
Finch Alonzo li, elk PI C .Tohusan, bds 39 Depot 

•' Jos.* lids rv< N Main 
Finestein Snnil.* clotliinii- 17 X Main, r same 
Finlav Louisa J iwid Kobti, r 21 W Chestnut 

FIRE DEPARTMENT HDQTRS, E COURT SQUARE 

Fisclici- Kdwin, dentist 9 Dilunuor bldi;', inis same 
Fi'shbui-n W S, mess So Ex ('o; bds Ashv Hoitel 
Fisher Enuna (wid Henry), r 28 l*h'illips 
" Geo, bds 156 N Main i 

" Harry L,* fruits etc 21 S Main, r 155 N Main 
" Jolin, bkpr F O'Donnell, rms 19 N Main 

FISHER S J, MFRS AGT 103 PATTON AVE, R 28. 

Phillips 
" Thos,* engi', r 48 Jefferson Drive 
" Thos L,* engT So Ry, r 44: Jefferson Drive 

Fitzgerald, nidse broker, rms 7 Drhumor mldg 
•' ^\m, ]itr L Swicegood. rms 18(9) Sorrel - 

Fitzparrick Honnie ]\Iiss, r Ramoth 

FITZPATRICK EDMOND C (T W & E C FITZPAT- 

rick), r HVA Havwood 



Carolina Coal Co. 



Office Phone 133. Yard Phone 144. 
OFF/CE 23 PA TTON AVE. 

(See Page Adv.) • 




Maude 1) Miss, r 24 Orange 

Nannie Miss, r IGo Haywood 

Pearl Miss, r Ramoth , : 

Ro'bt L,* c'ontr, r 24 Orange i 

Robt L,* painter, r Ramoth '' 

Rufo M, student, r 24 Orange 

Ru])ert,* ])ainter, i- 38 East 

FITZPATRICK THOS W (T W & E FITZPATRICK), 
FITZPATRICK T W & E C (FITZPATRICK & COOK), 

wall iiajjer, }>aints, oils, varnish, (tc, 33 X Main 

T. W. & E. C. FITZPATRICK 

Practical Painters and Decorators 

Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Glass, etc. We also 

carry a nice line of Furniture, which we will sell 

cheap on the installment plan. 

33 N. T^^KIN ST.. 



Gm Anj^Vn WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

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Complete Stock Special Orders . . . 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE Given 

Always on Hand Prompt Attention. 

ASHEVILLE HARDWARE COMPANY. 



180 M ALONE Y'S ASHEVILLE 

Fitzpati'ick ^Villuie E Miss, v 24 Oraiiffc^ 

FITZPATRICK & COOK (T W & E C FITZPATRICK, 

• H E Coiok), furuituie 33 X Main 

E^ Fi^•^ and Ten (Vnt Store, M H Hams propr, 30 Patton 

(^ ave 

Fletcher Obairlie Miss, r Biltmore 
" J W, brlviun So Ry, bds Ashv Hotel 
^' Marshall H,* phys'27 Pattto ave, r 1!)9 Haywood 
" Susan Miiss, r Ramoth 

UJ Floor Laura U (wid Dr F V), r 38 S French B ave 

l^ " Xornia L ^[iss, r .'>8 S French Broad ave 

P FLORIO CARYL, MUSICIAN 14 McAFEE BLDG, BDS 

H Oakhurst 

H Floyd Mary Mrs, r 80 Eagle 

Folsom Paris P, slmni Bon Marche, r 8 Jefferson Drive 

" Theo C* engr So Ry, r 8 Jefferson Drive 

Ford Elizabeth K Miss, tehr Ashv Col for Y M r same 

H '' Frank Mrs, r Asliv College 

■" Joshua S, fruit stand Viotoda, r same 

■" Logan B,* barber Bender's, r 30 Phillips 

" Wm A,* foi-emn So Ry s'hops, r 7 Jefferson Drive 

Biv PAT MclNTYRE, 1 Beer Botiled Daily. 

Agent AUGUSTA BREWING CO. J 53 south Mam. phone 218. 

" W John, lireman So Ry, r 7 Jefferson Drive 
Foire Annie Miss, r 55 Maiden Lane 

" Bert,* lab, r Sunset Drive 

" Jos, lab, r Sunset Drive 

^' Laji-on, wks Fanners Whse, bds 15^ Patton ave 

" Mary Miss, r 83 S Main 

" Mary (wid C), r Sunset Drive 
Foreman Josiah W,* dentis^t 14 to IG Paragon bldg, r 

27 Cherry i 

Forest Hill, Miss Emilie Vaughn proprss, bdg E Main 

bev limits 
Forl'ow N Albert,* wks As'hv Oot Mills, r 458(29) W 

Haywood 
Forrest Bessie Miss, stewardess Glen R Hotel, r same 
For^tberg M, slum Ashv China Co, bdsi 19 Starnes ave 
Forster Lily M Miss, r 50 Liberty 
FORSTER,' see also FOSTER 
Fort Henry, bill poister Ashv Adv agency 
Fortune Addie Miss, opr So Bell T Co, bds 309 S Main 

'• Belle L Miss (Myers & Portime), rnis 6 S Spruce 

" Lizzie Misas, slslady Sumner D & Co, r 42 Bailey 



L A. FARINHOLT, "^'^i^S''^ 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary PubliC. 



Paragon Pharmacy Go 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



OPPOSITE 



1899-1900 OITY DIRECTORY 



181. 



Fortune Win (x,* dispr So Ry, r 200 I'artc avee 
Foster Annie Miss, r 1 Lyman 

" Ocrnelius F, engr As^'liv do't Mills, bds 527 W Hay- 
wood 

" Francis ^I,* jri'Oi'er 277 X Main, r same 

** Frank, bds 00 IVarson ave 

" Frank S,* grocer 20(1 Depot, bds 210 Southside ave 

'* F Hardy, grocer 529 ^^' Haygood, rms 510 same 

"• Jas, wks Vanderbilt Est, r Avea'T 

" Jo'S E,* wks Ashv Tel Co, r 2 Frederick 

" John, lab, r Kenilwoatb 

" John S,* grocer 210 Southside ave, r same 

" ^Nfartha E (Mrs F ^1), gro<er 19 Merrimon ave, r 277 
X Main 
FOSTER ROBERT P,* AGT SO RY FRT DEPOT, R 109 

S Main 
" ^^'m,* wks Ashv Tel Co, r 2 Frederick 

FOSTER, see also FORSTER 

Fowler Cam,* wks AA'm Johnson jr, r 107 Hill 
" ("Ihas D,* teamster, r S BiltniO're 
" Doe J,* wks Slayden F & Oo, r 380 X Main 



STORES 

OFFICES 

REALTY 



|p s No. 20 
I J 1 1 ^ Temple Court 



" Julia Mrs. cook T B Doe, r 205 Woodfin 

" Julius C,* carp, r Avery 

" M'orris, teamster, bds 110 Roberts 

" Thos, miller, r Chunns C\)ve 

'' AVm, painter, rms 23 X"^ Main ' 

'• W Davis,* lab. r 30 McDowell 

FOX FRANCIS M REV, PASTOR OAKLAND HEIGHTS 

Presbyterian Church 

" Julius,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r W Asheville 

" ]\Iinnie Miss, r rear 79 X Main 
Frady Anice Miss, Asbv Stm Ldry, r 1 Merrimon av(- 

" Edgar, wks F ]M Lindsey, r 1 Merrimon ave 

'' Emma E Mrs, seamstress, r S Biltmorc^ 

" Frank, wks McPherson & Clark, bds 3> Spring 

" J Benj,* diiver, r 327 S Main 

•' Wm,* daiver. r 275 E College 
Fraley Wm L.* mtrmn Ashv St Ry. bds 17^ S :\Iain 
France Robt S.* engr. r 52 Jeffei'son Drive 
Francis Mary S Mrs, bdg 111 Park ave 

" Robt L.* cnur So liv, r 102 Park ave 



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RIB-ROCK BOrTO!¥l 

Rule with us. We buy for Cash and seJl for 
Cash and can save you money. 

TheCaroiina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Hoisl Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Crade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



BOTTLED GOODS 



SPECIALTY 



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Francis Wm,* caii), r 34 Flint 

" Wni C\* carp, r 144 Park ave 
Fi'ank Robt C* foreinn The Citizen, bds Ashv Hotel 

" \\'in (',* printer Fi-endli Brd Press, r 14 Central ave 
Franklin Haml C, brkmn S'o Rv, bds 348 W Haywood 
Franks Jas,* wks Biltmoi-e Nursery, a'mis S Biltmore 
Fraser Matilda W (wid Alexander), r 29 Bailey 
Freck Adolpli,* s'lioenikr 103 S Main, r IGl same 

'• Dollie (wid C'has), seanisti-ess, r 4 McDowell 
Freeman Alex,* U 8 storek}*'!- & <;auger, r rear 14(5 
Roberts 

*• A (iertrnde Misei, slsladv Bon Marche, bds Eagle 
Hotel 

•' Bi-nce B,* lab, r 21 Rector 

'' Claud, mess W U Tel C^o, r 21 Rector 

*' Ernest E, elk W U Tel Co, r 21 Rector 

" Geo,* wks AsiliA' Cot Mills, r nr same 

" J X'oah, fairmer, r 2i>3 Soutliside ave 
FREEMAN LOU E (WID DR R A), PROPRSS EAGLE 

Hotel, r same 
Freidenberg Harry,* mo-r R Freidenberg, r 29^ N Main 

Asheville Cycle Co.^'^^"^'"iAM3'* 



EUGENE C. SAWYER, Proprietor. 



18 and 20 Church St. 



" Rosa (Mrs H), clothing 20 X Main, r 29^ same 
Freudi Broad Press (The), J I Beall mgr, 8-10 McAfee 

bldg 
Fricks L Thos,* grocin' W As1i<^Aille, r same 
Friersion Thos I,* pharmacist Pelham Pharmacy, r 201 

kS Main 
Frisbee Daisy M Miss, slslady Racket Store, bds 37i» 

W Haywood 
Fi-itz Katie S Miss, r 355 \X Haywood 
Frost Herbert M, watchmkr & opt A M Field, bds 45 

S French Broad ave 
Fry H Allen,* painter, r 44 Seney 

Fugh Susan (wid I G), seamstress, r 293 S'sid'e ave 
Fnlbrecht T Oscar, condr Ashv & B St R R, r 210 S 

College 
Fulenwider Herbert E,* trav slmn, r 105 Patton ave 
Fuller Lizzie F (wid Alex), dressinkr, r 249 Grove 

Fullman John S,* girocer 11 N Pine, r 45 same 

" Leland.* lnostler So Ry 
Furr Price,* lab, r MOntford 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, . . . . 
CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pattnn Avenue. 
Teleuhone No. 132. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



183 



Gabriel Cbas, rms 18 Stanies ave 

" M Mrs, rms 18 Starnes ave 
Craiues Fannie ^Ikss, trained nurse, rms 175 Patton ave 
Clalbreath Herman (Galbreath & Cook), rms Opera Hse 

" & Cook ( H (Talbreatli, H L Cook), proprs Ch-eat So 
Cafe, r-^'str, 43 Patton ave 
GaU^ Geo H, r 90 Cuniberkmd ave 
Gales Tbos L,* (oacbman, r 327 S Main 
Gal von Danl,* li'ainess mkr J M Alexiander, r 263 S 

Main 
Gano Catharine M Miss, r Margo Te'rrace 
Ganse Cornelia Van T Mrs, bds 5 A'ance 
Gardinei' Barnev D,* r 5 Rollins 

" Geo W,* wks Ashv Cot Milks, r W Asliv 
Garner Josie (wid Alex), wks As'bv Cot Mills, r Avery 
Garraux ^A'm,* engr So Ry, bds 376 W Haywood 
Garren Albert J, wks Biltmore Xursery, r S Biltmore 

" B Albert, wks BiltmoT'e Nursery, r Victoria 

" ("has H, r So Rv s bev limits 



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Tailoiing. 



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" Chas O,* carp, r 55 McDowell 

" Jasper, wks Biltmore Nursery, r S Biltmore 

"• I^eanna Miss, r So Ry s bey limits* 

" Lee,* wks Oakland Heijjhts, r Battle hse Beaumont 

" Luther E, wks Electric Ligiht Co, r 3 S Spruce 

'' Thos F, lab, r So Ry s bey limits 

Garrett Robt V* office 32 I^atton ave, r Victoaia 

Garrison Augirsitus L, carp, bds 37 Sitarnes ave 
" Fulton W,* policeman, r 74 West 
" Henry, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 489 W Hayw^ood 
" Katie Mrs, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
" Lula Miss, r 201 Merrimon ave 
'' M L Mrs, wks A»hv Skt Co, r 74 West 
" Tennie Miss, wks Ashv Skt Co, r 74 West 
" Wm O, elk Car Coal Co, rms 26 Patton ave 

Garvin Annie M Mi'ss, wks Model Stm Ldry, r 80 S 
Main 

Gash Ineva T Miss, tchr Orang^e St School, r 58 Orange 

Gaskell Alfred, bds Kenilworth 

Gass Wm,* nichst, r 24 Montford a^^ 





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Citizens' Coal Co. 



UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Avd. 

z=>zzoi<r:E: 230. 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



43 

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Gaspinsou Geo,* lab, r 34 Hill 
Gates Belle Mrs, i- S Spruce 

" Edward F, plumber, r 275 E College 

" Geo S,* naval engr officer, r Gl Beaumiont Hill 

^' Gerret H, plumber, r 275 E G'oUege 

" Tbos,* carp, r \^ictioi'ki 
Gatlin Joihn W,* farmer, r Biltmore 
Gayle Edward M, pres elk Paragou Pliarmacv, bds 40 
X French B ave 

" Henry A. elk T Summer, bds lOG S :Main 

GAZETTE PUBLISHING CO (THE), INCOR 1897, J E 

Norton pres, W'm T Herritage bus mgr, proprs 
& publrs The Daily & AN'eekly (Jazette, 4 X" 
Court Square 
Gee Harry M,* wks Wilkinson Lbr Co, r 2!>1 College 
Gelman Harry,* mer tailor Haywood s e oor College, 

r 54 Bailey 
Gentry Arthua% lab, bds 63 X^ Main 
" Candler,* wks Ashy Drug (^o. r G2 Woodfin 
" Eyy Miss, rms 27 Buttrick 
" Geo C,* driyei- W H Wes^tall, r 62 Woodfin 

^ ALL KINDS OF 
I HARO AND 
J SOFT COAL. 



WOODBURY pnflj COMPANY. 

Telephone 344. UllHL 



Office No. 6 Patton Ave. 



" J Cornelius* (J C & M V Gentry), r 57 Cumberland 

aye 
" J C & M V, dry goods clo etc 25 X Main 
" Mary A^ (Mrs jj C) (J C & M A' Gentry), r 57 Cumber- 
land aye 
" Theo E,* lab, r Montford 

Gherkin Alfred,* pressman The Gazette, r 3 Eloise 

Gibbs Oora Miss, r Kenilworth 
" Saml,* peddler, r 150 X Lexingto'n aye 
" W Fi'ank, pressnmn The Citizen, bds Ashy Hotel 

Gibson Edw,* carp, r S Biltmoa-e 
" L Y Mrs, asst Candy Kitchen, bds 24 Depot 
" P S* (W B McEwen & Co), r Central aye cor Oi-ange 

Gideon Oliyer,* caTp» i* '^'^ East 

Gilbert Dom Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Ayery 

Giles A M, brkmn So By 

Gilkej' Edw 1*, elk Heiniitsh & Reagan, rms 27 Sondlev 
bldg 
" Jas C, slmn H Redwood & Co, rms Sondley bldg 

Gill Walter A,* supt Ashy Cot Mills, r 27 Buxton 

Gillan Alice Mrs, r rear 209 S Main 



A ^X/STDTIOCDQ When you want to reach the EN J IRE 
ML# Vd\ I lOCImO^ population of Asheville, the ONLY 
way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thorou§:hfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUM MER, Manager. Office in Opera House Building. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co. 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 

1899-1900 C IT Y DIR E CTOEY 185 

Gillespie Dora Mis®, domestic H N Lockwood, r same 
Grilliam Andrew J,* car]), r Victonai 
Gilliland Betsey Miss, r West Ashv 

" Mattie Miss, r West Ashv 
Gill is Oalvin,* atty, r 167 N Main 

" Oalvin jr, reporter The Gazette, r 107 N Main 

" Donald, atty, r 167 N Main 
Gilmoi'e Mamie Miss, rnis 50 Flint 
Gilreath Cleveland H,* r 33 Depot 

" MitWhell, elk, r 33 Depc»t 
Gird wood Normaai W,* propr Model Stni Ldrv, r 47 

Walnut 
Gist M Elizabeth Miss, matron N & C Inst, r same 
Glaser Isadore W,* clothing, 34 S Main, r 17 S Main 

" Ellen Vaughn Mrs, proprss Oakhurst, r same 
Glass Ohas,* r 3 Park ave 
Gleason Delia Miss, rms 83 Montford ave 
GLEN ROCK HOTEL, J H LANGE PROPR, NR SO RY 

Depoit 
Glenn Oassius, student, bds 52 Woodfin 
" Eli R,* carp, r 4 View 



J. H. WEAVER & CO. 



R£AL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Prcpcrty 
for Sale and Rent. 





GLENN EUGENE B, PHYSICIAN, CITY PHYSICIAN, 

first assit surgeon of the North Carolina guard 
second i^giment, office and rooms 2d floor Bhu- 
Ridge Natl Bank bldg, s w eor Court Sq, office 
hours 11 to 1, 3 to 5, phone 54 
" Finzier, student, bds 52 Woodfin 
" John W,* r 34 Marjorie 
*' MarshiaJl R, student, r 125 Oliunn 
" Robt B,* r 125 Chunn ^ 

" Susie Mrs, cook, r 313 Short Bailey 1^1?^'! 

Glickman Benj,* r 22 Merrimon ave 5' » ^ 3- ^' E 

Gofif A Elizabeth (wid Oonly), r S Biltmore I'g ^^ * " 

Goin Alex J,* shoemkr 541 W Haywood, r ^V Ashv a? 5s^ ^ o^ 

Goldbei*g Max,* peddler, r 71 N Main I 2 » 2 f's: 

Golden Emma Miss, domestic A F Rees, r same f^cL^t^-o 

Goldsmith D Oolumbus,* wks Swannanoa I & C Co, r 5"" 3 5 =-" 

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" Dot-k Y,* wks Asihv (%i Mills, r Averv "^ -== >l a 

" Frank P,* Mb, r 73 Hall ?|||5' 

" John, wks Ashv CM Mills, r 64 Hall ^o a>"I 



W±iK.N iOU WANT A PH10S(J ivlir"nON t<i±iL.ED, rememoer tne Jieaa or our estMoIisnment, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The Fhiladelptiia 
Lying-in-Charity. The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy ad Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physiciaa 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 



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south of New York at the Clgaf StaHCl. 

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(ioldsiDith ^lark E,* wks Biltinore Nnrsery, r Biltmore 
" ^\'in ^^^* jeweler 10 N CJoui-t Sq, r 143 Broad' 
" A\'in AA^ jr, elk W W Goldsmith, bds 143 Broad 
(loldstein Moiris, elk A Shenboum, f same 
(i-ooch Tlios J,* eiigr, bdiis Biltmore 
(rOTydlake Aiifiustns M,* carp, r 33 East 
" Edw A,* wks J W Goodlake, p sarae 
" Ellen S (wid T W), r 33 East 
" Fred D, wks J C Swink, r 190 S Main 
" Geo R, wks Jomes & Fleminff, r reai' 52 Woodfin 
'' Jos W,* blksmi'tli Biltmore, r S Biltmore 
" Boena M Miss, music tchr, r S Biltmore 
'* Siidie ]Miss, seam'stress, bds 163 S Main 
G^oodnnan Adolphns M,* elk R M S, p 36 Nellie Park, 
Patton ave 
f^ " Sanil. clotlrinf? 28 N Main , r 35 Merrimon ave 

(Joodric-ih Chas H,* trv slmn, r Ramoth 
CO " 'Jos y, r Ramolth 

= G'oodsoin Oliais,* wks AMiv Got Mills, t 450(31) W Hay- 

^ wood 

^3_ ^ " Jos P, slum H Redwood & Oo, rms 32 Temple Ct 

Or^l I DTiy CV'C )^^»^ Crothmg and Furn^sh- 
V^^^V/rvimCf 0[ ings. Young's Hats,Hanan'8 
18 Patton Avenue ) Shoes 

ZS _i " John L,* r 120 Roberts ' 

*-— S " f^u<^lier E, wks Ashv Cot Mills, p 120 Roberts 

OS 3 " Mary E Miss, wks As'hv Got Mills, r 120 Roberts 

S '' ^Vm A,* wks Asihv Got Slills, r 120 Roberts 

CS3 ^ '* AA^esley A. wks Ashv Got Mills, r 120 Roberts 

*— Groi'dlom Jennie ^liss, cook H T Ropers, r same 

£ GORMAN JACOB A, DENTIST 5-6 PARAGON BLDG, 
,^ bds The Knickerbocker 

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Over Paragon Pharmacy, Opposite Postopfice. 



WILLIAMSON & CO 



XG lE^£k,tXOXX. .Z^AT-^XX'UL^. 



Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

32 r'-A.TTOixr .A.'ST'mxrxjJEi. i=»no3^i: -ao. 



1890 1900 CITY DIRECTOKY 



187 



Grosnell ^^'illis E,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, rms 2 View 

Oossett K Albert.* r Biltinore 

G^owau Augusta ^liss, wks Ashv Odt Mills, r ur same 
'' Mattie Miss, wks As'liv Cot Mills, r nr same 
'" 8ai-aih A (wid C M), v W Haywood nr Roberts 

Grajjji^ Liila Miss, maid R H Lee, r ?iaime 

Gi'aliam C (wid F ^I), r Fair St nr Dejiot bey limits 
" Fred AN' >V,* r Merrimon are cor Hillside 
" John, wks Ashv Tel Co, bds 111 S Main 
" Jno R,* real estate & ins 7^ S AA' Court Square, r 

Fair st nr Depot bey limits 
" Lueco y, r 200 Southside UA'e 
" M Brunner,* bajig-aj^e aj?t So Ry Depot, r 200 S'sidc 

ave 
'' Reuben H, asst baj? agt So Depo't, r 200 S'side ave 

Grahl Abram S, r 142 Roberts 
" Walter H. wks Asliv T & C Co, r 142 Roberts 

GRAND OPERA HOUSE, J D PLUMMER MGR, 41-43 

Fatten ave 
Grant Anna Miss, cook T M Andrews, r Towns ^Itn 
" Herbert L,* elk Biltmore Xurserv, r Victoria 



Carolina Coal Co. 



Office Phone 131. Yard Phone 144. 
OFF/CE 23 PA TTON A VE. 

(.See I'aice Adv.) 



GRANT H FRASER,* REAL ESTATE 24 S MAIN, R 71 

Liberty 

H. FRASER GRANT, 

^ ^ Real Esta te. 

24 South Main Street, Asheville, N. C. 



Property Bought and Sold on Commission. Furnished and 
Unfurnished Houses for Rent. 

" John G,* clif depy Int Rev Collr, r 137 Bailey 
" Louise S Miss, r G3 Charlotte 
" Nora Mrs, dresmkr, r .370 S ]NLiin 
" R N,* ecmdr Ashv St Ry 

" Zebulion D. wks Ashv Dray Co, r W Haywood nr 
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. A. UnCCH. The Lea ding Fan cy Grocer. 



53 Patton Avenue. 



DE^ZZOKTE: 136. 



The Columbus 
Buggv Co.'s 
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A.LSO CHEAPBR GKAUBS IN STOCK. 




Asheville Hardware Go. 



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24 S Main (se<? adv) 

Crania's Phapmacg, 

24 South Main Street, 

ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



PBISROSB BALUWIN, Manager.. 

(xraves John F,* trav shun, r 1 Highland 
irvay Gables, 46-52 Walnu't 
" Jennie B Miss, prin Montford are School, r 2 As- 
ton Lane 
" M Edith :Miss, steno Martin & Webb, bds 24 Grove 
Great Southern Cafe, Galbreath & Cook proprs 43 Pat- 
ton ave 

PAT MclNTYREJ CLUB SALOON 



53 South Main, 



FZZ<3I«J£: 210. 



Crreen E F, mess So Ex Co, bds Ashv Hotel 
'' Gay,* grocer 145 Roberts, r same 
" Jesse M,* r 145 Roberts 
" Laura Misis, bds 497 Depot 
" Louisa B (wid Ellis C). r 1(53 Patton ave 

GREEN LOUISE Y MISS, BKPR CITIZEN, R 163 PAT- 

ton ave 
" Maggie Miss, dlomestic J M Lorick, r same 
" Maiie A^ A Miss, steno Merrick ^^ McLoud, v lO.'i 

J'atton ave 
'• Ottis L, elk The Berkeley, bds same 
" Sallie^Iiss, rms 47 ^laiden Lane 
Greene J Flovd, bds :il!) P.ailev 
" Walter P.> mgr Ashv Skt Mfg Oo. r Edge Hill ave 
nr At kin 
(Jreenlee Minnie C (vvid E T), r 55 E College 
Greenwell T W Mr's, r 103 Merrimon ave 
Greenwood Kobt,* cattle dealer, r 279 E College 

GREER GASTON A,* WHOL & RETAIL FANCY GRO- 

ceries 5:> Patton a\■(^ i- S!) (*h(^stnut 
Gregory Ellis J,* tobacconist, r S3 East 



FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Tempre Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmacy Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



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(ii-t'j»oi-y Jas J. agt The Life Ins Co of Va, bds Biltinore 
(li-esliani Clias I,* propr So Rj Restr, r Depot st ui' 

l*as>en<i;ei- Station 
(Jiice J BeiTY,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, v 507 W Haywood 
Gi-iffin Jos F,* lab, r 437 N Main 

" Maui'ice M, carp, bds 100 S Main 
(ii-iffgs Jas P.* earp, r 309 E College 

*• Raehael Miss, housekpr B P Hotel, r same 
(Ti'imes John L, elk Biltniore Nursery, r 50 N French 

Broad ave 
Orimstaff Henry B, wks Biltjnore Xursery, rms 79 N 

Main 
Grinnam Robt T ^laj,* tchr Bingham School, r same 
Grobe Chas ^A^ jeweler 50 Patten ave, rniis 30 Sondlev 

bldo- 
Gross David.* confr 22 N Court kSq, r 72 Wo^dfin 
<Jrossman Henrv.* art leather goods. <!] wS Main 

GROVE EDWIN W,* PRES THE TASTELESS QUININE 

Co, r Merrimon ave c'or Chesitnut 
<fruner Edwin, masseur Oakland Hts, r same 
<Tudger Bessie C (wid B J), r 127 Montford ave 



WM. JOHNSTON, Jr. 
Office No. 20 



Temple Court 



STCRES 

OFFICES 

FJHAliTY. 



" Oassius, appr S I Bean , 

" Chas F, slmn Racket Store, bds 10 Morgan ave 

" Chas H, student, r 127 Montford ave 

•• David S, bkpr A M Field, bds Margo Terrace 

•• Frances M Miss, r 8 Short 

" H Lamar,* depy rev collr, r 83 Montford ave 

" Jas M,* aitty 22 Legal bldg, r 121 S French B are 

" J Holland, tlagmn So Rv, rms 152 Depot 

•• Walter R,* carp, r 325 S Main 
Gue&is Mit^iael,* U S storekpr & ganger, r 148 Hill 

" "Stance, wks A«^'hv Grovery Co, r 118 Hill 
Guest I^ila X (wid Wm), r 13 Depot 
Guischard Gustavus L,* city sian'itary plumbei', r 35 
^^'codfln 

'' G L Mrs, manicurist 51 Patton ave, r 35 Woodfin 
Irurley R W, printei* Tlie Gazette, bds Carolina House 
GuthTie Frank, rms rear 27 Maiden Lane 

" L Ellen (wid L S), r 150 N' Lexington ave 

" S'taey, nus rear 27 Maiden I^ine 
(rwyn Jas A, Ph B, tclir Bingham School, r same 

" Laura L Miss, r 63 Grove 



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RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 




Imported and Domestic Cigars Sold by the Box at Factory Prices at the 

RKELEY CIGAR STAND 



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*|J Co. editor and ]>i-()i>i- p]pwoi-tli News, v l'.i'.\ Broad 

(Q " Harry (\ r 15(> X Main 

tL '' KateB Miss, steno Ashe Prtj,^ To. r i:« Broad 

If) '' Percy E, elk Ashe Prtg Co. r West Asheville 

"* Hadlow'Wm T, contr, r 868 W Main 

. Haefeli Carrie Miss, r Margo Terrace 

JP Hagans Jack,* wks Asliv Dray Co, r rear 52 Woodfin 

Hager Watt, wks Ashv Cot Mill, r 11 (xreen 

Haggar Xiassif E* (Haggar & Bi-o). r 11) Merrinion ave 
Q " Saleme E. (Haggar .& Bro), bds 19 Merrinion ave 

£ '' «S: Bro (N E and S E), oriental goods, 50 Patton ave 

Hainey Chas,* wks Ashv Dray Co. r Hit Haywood 

Haire Arthur, r 176 Merrinion ave 



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|"EA6LE" I ASHEVILLE CYCLE CO. 

I 01 rUCI lUn 1 KIOKNEI. SAWYEK, Prop. 

) ULtVtLAnU (. 18 and 20 CHURCH SThEET. 



Hale S'anil, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 1 Buxton 
" Sarah P (wid H D). r 71 Woodfin 

Halfran H Miss, artist, rms 271 S Main 

Hall David,* wks Swannanoa I &: C Co, r S Biltmore 
'' Earle A, r 40 Baird 
'' Edwin S,* mattress nikr, r 14 Seney 
'' F Marion.* painter, r Marjorie 
'' H Edw,* janitor. City Hall, r 40 Baird 
" Jaspei" M, wks So Rv shojiis, bds 8 liuxton 
" Julia Miss, r 134 Hill 
" Marietta (wid Wm G), r Victoria 
"• Mark S,* lab, r rear 52 East 
" Martha Miss, r 184 Hill 
•• Maude (wid John), r Avery 
'* Nannie Miss, domestic Geo K. Collins, r same 
'' Ruth Miss, wks Ashe Skirt Co, r Victoria 
" Saml D,* elk H J Olive, r W Asheville 
'' Sandusky, barkpr Bonanza W & L Co, rms 47 S 
Main" 



WILLIAMSON & CO. '""••Itl^o.^^"'' 

IS Patton Avenue. UpholSlety GOOdS, EtC. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL CO 



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Greenfiouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Patfnn Avenue. 
Te/e/jhone No. 132. 



1899 ISOO CITY DIRECTOKY 



191 



Hall Tina Miss, r 18 Jeffer.<-on Drive 

HALYBURTON ALEX G (HALYBURTON & CAPLES), 

propr Eureka Siiloon, rms 23 Maxwelton bldg 
'• Edwd, wks Biltmore Nursery, bds S Biltmore 
'* Jas A,* foremii rd grading Biltmore, r Biltmore 
Hamberg Catherine Miss, domestic J A Kobeling, r 

same 
Hamilton Eva E Miss, tchr Ashv Col for Y M, r same 
" Ewai'it G* wks Aslhv Stm Ldi-y, r Ramotli 
" -las M,* carp, r Biitmore 

HAMILTON JESSE E, SECY & TREAS PARAGON 
Pharmacy Co, mis 17 Paragon bldg 
'' Oliver C,* real estate, r Ardmore Park 
" Thos M, horseshoer Chas L Brown, bds S Ct Sq 

Hamlet Avary A,* civil engr, r25 N Pine 
" Cora A Miss, wks Ashv Skt Co, r 25 X Pine 
" M E Mrs, wk.s A,shv Skt Co, r 79 N Main 

Hamlin Geo B,* ins agt, r 155 N Main 

Hammett Maggie S (wid Jno), dressmkr, r 171 Roberts 

Hamjiton A Oheatman, wks Ciirolina (\vi\\ Co, r same 
" Chas M,* carp, r 319 E College 

BestJailoiingJ 37 

Over 4000 Varieties. ) S. Maid St 



WM. G. SMITH,i 



" Ceo L, r 42 Haywood 

" Harry, lab, bds 306 N Main 

HAMPTON JOHN E* (HAMPTON & FEATHERSTON), 
r 42 Haywood 

'' John E Jr, eollr, r 42 Haywood 

*' Madge Miss, student, bds 88 Depot 

" Maggie (wid Jno), seamstress, r 267 Short Bailey 

" Mark F,* stock trader, r 42 Woodfin 

" Ralph B, student, r 42 Haywood 

" Sallie Mrs, r 88 Depot 
HAMPTON & FEATHERSTON (J E HAMPTON, A A 

Featherston), saloon, 29 N Main 
Hamrick Frank A, printer The Citizen, bds 20 West 

" Ceo I',* gi^ocer 62 Charloitlte, r same 

" Mollie Mrs, r 23 S I./exington ave 

" M AVm,* r 60 Charlotte 
Hancock May F (wi-d J F), bdg hse, r 05 Moutford ave 

" AY F, agt, bds 3 Buxton 
Handley Richd G, timekpr So Ry shoj)s, bds 09 Park ay 
Hanger Geo R, eomdr So Ry, bds Glen R Hotel 




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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 

£>ZZCD]\r3E3 238. 






ASKEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



43 

W."college'st. 

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Established 1875. 



HAMPTON & FEATHERSTON, 

Fine Liquors, Wines, 
...... Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. 



29 :S. MAIN ST.. 



Hankammer Chas, cook B 1* Hotel, r same 
Haunon Cbas J,* 'harness mkr J B Shope, r 192 S 
Main 

" Martha K (wid Thos A), r 192 S Main 
Harbin Katie (wid Jas), cook Dr Whittington, r same 

" Stella Miss, r rear 154 Hall 

•' Thos J.* wks W M Jones, r Pearson Drive 
Harbison Thos G,* collr Biltmore Nursery, r country 
Hard Margaret Miss, bds 74 N Main 
Harden Jos, wks Biltmore Nursery, bds Biltmore 



WOODBURY on ft j COMPANY. 

Telephone 344. UUllL Office No. 6 Pattoa Ave 



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" Walter, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 5 Green 
Hardgrove ^^'m H,* r 21 Starnes ave 

" W Weldon, r 21 Flint 
Hardin Marvin, elk So Ky, bds Edge Hill ave 

'' Monroe ^1,* wks W M Jones, r West Asheville 
Harding Edwd J,* auditor Vanderbilt Estate, r same 

" Emma Miss, r 20 Starnes ave 

" Milton,* contr, r 93 Bailey 

" Sallie Miss, bds Bailey 
Hare Chas F, r 112 E College 

" Jas R, elk W F Snider, r 112 E College 

" Patrick E, embalmer J R Starnes Undertaking Co, 
r 112 E College 

" Sue A (wid F), r 132 E College 

" T Corp, elk, r 112 E College 
Hargus Edna Miss, r 116 S French Broad ave 
Harkins Geo E,* deputy rev collr, r 53 Montford ave 

" Herschel S,* Int Rev Collr, r 396 W Haywood 

" Ralph W, r 396 W Haywood 

" Thos J, r 396 W Haywood 



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DVERTISINC 



Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
Control City Street-Car Advertising. 

r%dwi^«^^ I ''•'OP^'"® •"«* place Newspaper Advertising. 

CiENCY. .•■Ill I Contractors for Western North Carolina. 



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J. D. FLUMMER, Manager. 



Office In Opera House Bnlldiar* 



(Uben in Jitlanta Stop at the 



flem flotel Jaekson 




Adjoining the Union Passenger Depot, 

ANTA, GA. 



This hoteTMi^HBt been 
remodeled and ref iT^nished 
in the latest style, h.. »ing 
iron and brass bedsteads 
etc. 



The Hotel Contains all IVlodern Improvements 



SUCH AS ELECTRIC ELEVATOR, BOTH 
ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND GAS, RETURN 
CALL BELLS. PRIVATE BATHS, ETC. ^ 



The Management will spare no expense 

to make it the best $2.00 a 

day house in the South. 



L. E. WYATT, Proprietor. 



Are You . . . 
Thinking 



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fldf^drd 

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AN INSTRUMENT IN THE MIDDLE CLASS OF 

^ ^ MORE THAN ORDINARY MERIT, ^ ^ 

The HarvaFd Piano Go., 



BOSTON, 7VYKSS. 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO. 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



OPPOSITE 

POST .. 
.. OFFICE 



J. H. WEAVER & GO. 



REAL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Prcpcrty 
for Sale and Rent. 



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1809-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 193 

HARLEY GEO G REV,* PASTOR BILTMORE M E CH, 

r S Biltmore 

Harper M Etlielvn Miss, tchr N & C lust, r same 

•• Jas S,* carp, r 509 Logan 5* f 

" !r>usan E Miss, cook F A Sliuford, r same ^ 

" Wra, wks T L Trantham, r Victoria g 

Harris Annie Miss, domestic H S Harkins, r same ^ 

" Bettie (wid Wm), r rear 209 S Main ^ 

'- Dell,* secy & treas The Mustin-R Co, r 1 Aston PI ^ 

*' Creo W,* wks So Ry frt depot, r Avery ^ 

" Geo W, grocer Victoria, r same r^ 

" Isaac A, co pliys, r Weaverville ► 

'• Jas H, plasterer, r Victoria g 

" Jas R, r 291 E College Z 

" Jennie Miss, r 11 S French Broad are g 

" Jos L, wks Biltmore Estate, r Victoria ^ 

"' J Thomas,* shoemkr, 10 N Ct Sq, r S Main < 

'' Milton H,* 5 & 10-c store, 30 Patton ave, r Ingleside g 

" M H Mrs, proprss Ingleside, r same '^ 

" Rufus 1),* r 44 S French Broad are | 

" Sallie Mrs, r Kenilworth ^ 




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" Scott J,* grocer 169 S Main, r same o 2 

Harrison Andrew, wks J W Harrison, ir rear 85 N Main z^ 3 



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" John W,* grocer 65 N Main, r rear 35 Woodfin a- 

*' Julius H,* tailr McKinnon & Co, bds Hotel Hobson z ^ j 

" Pearl A,* r 132 Hill • I :^ " 



" Thos R,* r 27 Starnes ave 

" Vernon, wks Ashv Ice & Coal Co 3 f ^ ? 

Hart E Pink,* foremn Ashv St Ry Co, r 106 S Main g ^ g » 

'* Geo T,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery o * ^ 

'' Wm S,* lab, r rear 146 Roberts y 

Hartsell L Fern Miss, steno Rutledge, P W & Co, bds > 

6 S Spruce '^ ^ 

" Isaac A,* painter, r 6 S Spruce " 

Harvey Mary (wid Henry), r rear 55 Depot 
Harwood Horace E, agt Life Ins Co, of Va, bds Vic- 
toria 
Haskell Fred H, r 217 Haywood 

'' Henry S,* propr HaskelTs Stm Soda wks, r 217 
Haywood 

*' Raymond F, elk Biltmore office, r 217 Haywood 



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1h addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy aid Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST TODRIST 
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HaskelTs Stt'um Soda ^\\)iks. H S Haskell propr, rear 
217 Haywood 

Haskins Alvis L. electrician W U Tel Co, rms l*;S 
Drhumor bldj; 

Hatch Emily E (wid Lewis M), r 9G Bailey 
"■ E Julia Miss, librarian Ashv Library Assn. r 00 

Bailey 
" Susan E Miss, tcbr Bailey St School, bds 96 Bailey 
" AValter X,* blksniith 2 Market, r 8<) Central ave 

Hathaway Stella Miss, r 409 S Main 

Hau^h (Jraut.* bds 53 E College 

Hauo-hton T F,* condr So By, bds Glen R Hotel, 

Hauu Eliza A (wid John Z), r 99 Depot 
•• Thos L,* lab, v 99 Depot 

Hausberg Emma Miss, bds 217 Haywood 

Hawes Harry, bds 10 Church 

Hawk ^Vn^ C, elk The Berkeley, bds same 

Hawkins Benj F.* car]), r 107 Depot 
" Caroline (wid (r M), r 19 Turner 
" Emma (wid Bertie), dressmkr, r 38 Bailey 
"■ John, tinner McPherson cV: Clark, r 47 East 

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" Vernon F, wks A W McFee, r 107 Depot 
'• AValter A, cook F B Ingle, r same 
'• \Vinton, bicycle repr, r 107 De])Ot 

Hawley Mary F Miss, r 37 Charlotte 

Hawn Wesley, barkpr Laurel N'alley Saloon, rms 50 S. 
Main 

Hawthorne Elizabeth S (wid Jas A), r 208 Patt'on ave 
" Jas E,* dentist 1-3 McAfee bldg, r 170 Haywood 

Hay Maggie (wid (xeo), r 29 Gray 

Hayes John,* lab, r 24 Madison 
'' John H,* teamster G E Atkin, r rear 285 S Main 
" Julius F* (J F Haves & Co), r 22(1) Merrimon ave 
" J F & Co (J F & W V Hayes), genl mdse 42 N Main 
" Kidley A (wid John), r 181 Patton ave 
" \A'alter V (J F Hayes & Co), bds 22(1) :Merrimon av 
" Wm A,* wks W M Jones, r West Asheville 

Haymond Frank T\* (Haymond & Son), r 40 Fulton 
- "ina M ,^Iiss, r 47 Fulton 
" John W* (Haymond & Son), r 47 Fulton 
" & Son (J \\' & F I' Haymond), cabinet nikrs 32 E^st 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURiyiTURE, , . . « 
CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE $c COAL CO. 

Manufacturers ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
In all the Best Grades of Coal. 

82 3E=».A.T1"03>a- -Aw^^T-IESIXTTJE;. I=»H03NrE3 40. 



1899- 1900 CITY DIRECTORY 195 



J. yv\. HEARIN Sc CO. 




Carolina Goal Co. 



IVnilaud 






Hiiynes Chris L, asst bkpr Slavden, F ^V: Co. rms 1'5 S 
Lexinjiton ave 
" Ida L Miss, r 31 Seiiey . 
Haywood Meat Market, T N Henry, propr, 347 W Hay- 
wood 
Hazel Creen Mills. A J Mnsser mgr. West Aslieville 
Hazell John B, asst sni)t Life Ins Co of Va, bds 35 

Woodfln _ 

Hazzard E A\' :\Irs, r \W> W'oodtin 2t 

Head Marion A.* carj), r L'.jT N Main ^ 

HEARN JAS M (J M HEARN & CO), BDS 42 MONT- p 

HEARN JAS T* (J M HEARN & CO), R NEWBERRY 5. 

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HEARN J M & CO (J M & J T HEARN), ELECTRICIANS ^ 

and dlrs in bicycles, (54 Patton ave (see adv) ^ 






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BKy^!^5uppll^5. 

Kenting and Repairing 
a Specialty. 

64 PATTON AVENUE 



Office Phone 130. Yard Phone 144. 
OFFICE 23 PATTON AVE. 

(See Page Adv.) 4^ 



" Leah Mrs, r 42 Montford ave 
Heath Jos W,* janitor Postoffice, r 94 Woodtin 
Hedden P.arnett AV\* wks Model Stm Ldrv, r Ramoth 
Hedrick Robt A,* chf enj;r Oakland Hts, r same 
Heffner Alice Miss, domestic T C Collins, r same "^ 

•• Fred T. truck farmer, bds 53 E College ^ 

HEINITSH HARRY E* (HEINITSH & REAGAN), R 27 ^. 



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druggists 44 I'atton ave h- 

Helton Anderson, wks S C Moorman & Co, v nr Ashv 3 

Tannery CD 

" AVm,* driver Lorick & Ck), r 398 Bailey ^ 



GM f^DFFIl WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

- A. bn ten, The Leadiii|Fancy Grocer. 



53 Patton Avenue. 



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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

Wi Always on Hand. 

ASHEVILLE HARDWARE COMPANY. 



Special Orders 

Given 

Prompt Attention. 



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Heinenway Frank, musician B V Hotel, bds same 
Henderson Baxter, carrier C'itizen, bds 48 Grove 

" Bros (Geo Henderson), leaf tobacco N Lexington 
ave nr N Main 

" Cbas E, engraver B H Cosby, bds 4S Grove 

" Geo* (Henderson Bros), r 48 Grove 

'• Jas I).* plumber, r 285 E College 

•• Jas E,* carp, r 310 N Main 

*" Jas F, carp, r Montford 

'• Martha Mrs, r Kenilwortb 

" Mary E (wid B F), r Montford 

'' Robt H, carp, r 285 E College 
Hendricks Edw, driver Biltmore Nursery, r Victoria 

'•' Elizabeth Mrs, r W Haywood nr Roberts 

- Forrest, wks Paris Med Co, r W Haywood nr 
Roberts 

*' Robt A,* Avks Oakland Hts, r rear 285 S Main 

" Saml,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 
Hendrix Ida Miss, maid Oakland Hts, r same 
HENDRY BLOCK, N CT SQUARE 
Henley D C* engr So Ry, bds Glen R Hotel 



PAT McllMTYRE, 

Agent AUGUSTA BREWIN6 CO. 



Beer Bottled Daily. 

63 South Main. Phone 218. 



Hennington Jos C,* shoemkr 343 W Haywood, r West 

Asheville 
Henrie Jais L,* ragr Bil'tniore F S Store, r Biltmore 
Henry Arthur R,* carp, r 248 E College 

'' Edw L.* letter carrier No 5, r 12 Central ave 

'' Frank,* l>utcher Biltmore F S Store, r country 

" Mary (wid Jas L), r 53 W College 

-" Ossie H,* trv slmn, r 70 Orange 

^' Rebecca J Mrs, r S Biltmore 

•' Thos N,* propr Haywood Mt Mkt, r 212 Patton ave 
Hensley Augustus F,* elk, r 58 Woodfin 

'• A Erwin, r 46 West 

" Gaither B, r 46 West 

'' J Berry, lab, r 7 Walnut 

'' Jas B* (Hensley, Reeves & Jones), r Marshall N 

*' John N, r 46 West 

■'' Oranza,* lab, r 46 West 

" Reeves & Jones (J B Hensley, T F Reeves, B B 
Jones), proprs Farmers Warehouse, 45 N Main 
Ilenson Lewis, wks Asihv Cot Mills, r Avery 



L. A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmacy Go. 



SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



197 



Heus'ou .Martlui Miss, wks Asliv Cot Mills, i- Avery 

" Sarah (wid Jas), r Avery 
Herman John, barkpr J H Lange. rms 17 W College 

'' Oscar, wks Vanderbilt est, r S Biltmore 
Herndon Hannah M (wid E W), millinr Miss La Barbe, 

r 71 A^'oodfm T 

HcM-ell John H.* car]), r m Soiitliside ave 

HERRITAGE WM L* BUS MGR GAZETTE PUB CO, 

r :i'2 Clayton 
Hess f?ay C, bds 53 E College 
Hesterly Xannie E (wid Jesse), dressnikr, bds Eaule 

Hotel 
Heston Elmer E* (J M Heston & Sons), bds 56 Bailev 
HESTOM JACOB M* (J M HESTON & SONS), CITY 

treasui-er. r 50 Kailey 
" J M & Sons (J M, W R, E E), confectioners, bakers, 
and toys, agts for Hnyler's candies and Fleisch- 
mann's Yea^st, Tel 183, 2G S Main 
" AA'm R (J M Heston & Sons), bds 50 Bailev 
Heydenbni-k Isadore A Miss, matron lud Schl, r same 
Higgins Sarah Miss, r Happy Hollow 



STORES 

OFFICES 

REALTY 



WM. JOHNSTON, Jr. 



No. 20 

Temple Court 

Hildebniud David S,* brick mfr r'r 220 Charlotte, 
dairy Chunns Cove, r Cliunns Cove 

'' Ellen Miss, tchr, r Chunns Cove 

" Emma S (wid Arthur), r 5 X Pine 

" John, cabinet mkr. r Chunns Cove 

" J Virgil, r 170 Charlotte 

" Otto.* mgr D S Hildebrand, r 170 Charlotte 
Hill Alex,* r Avery 

•' Carrie Miss, Avks Ashv Cot Mills, r 17 Walnut 

'• Eleanore Miss, physical director Oakland Hts, r 
same 

" Maggie Miss, wks Ashv Cot INIills, r Averv 

HILL WM M* (W M HILL & CO), R 36 VANCE 
HILL W M & CO (W M HILU A BRANDL) MEATS 
C Central ^Market 

" Wm P Dr, r 115 Cumberland ave 
HILLIARD BUILDING, 37^ S MAIN 
HILLIARD HALL, 37i S MAIN 

" Howard, r 105 S Main 

'' :Margaret E (wid Dr ^A' L), v 105 S Main 



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Cut Prices. 



RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you monej-. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. | 



rkeley Wine 




High Grade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



BOTTLED GOODS 



.... SPECIALTY .... 



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Hilliard Mai-y (' (wid dvas E), r Hm H Main 
- AValtei- L. phvs :?>Ti S Main, r lOo'S Main 

MILLIARD WM D,* PHYS 5-6 DRHUMOR BLDG, OF- 

fice liours 11 to 2 and 4 to 5:30, phone 208, bds 

Battery Park Hotel 
Hillside Cottage, Miss C A Donjility proprss, Baird cor 

Sunset Drive 
Hines Susan W (wid E F), r 61 (Vntral ave 
Hinton David S,* fireman So Ry, r 1 Spring / 
I lite 3[arv Miss, maid Oakland Hts, r same 
Hodges Danl M,* trv ins agt. r 174 Merrimon ave 
Hoffmann Prances Miss, maid Quisisana Sanitarium, r 

same 
llogwood ^^"m T, lineman, rms 281) S Main 
Holcombe Henry \V,* grocer 196 S Pine, r same 
" Saml. wks McPherson & Clark, bds N Main 
" Zeb. plumbei' Mcl'herson & Co. bds Hotel Hobson 
Holder Claude B. embalmer J V Brown & Son. rms l."! 

I'atton ave 
Hoi derby Jennie E Mrs, r 33 Merrimon ave 
" Saml H, tobacconist, r 33 ^lerrimon ave 

Asheville Cycle Co.^'^^liM^'* 



EUGENE C. SAWYER, Proprietor. 



18 and 20 Church St. 



Holeman Larkin A,* (Holeman & Caldwell), r '60 Mc- 
Dowell 
'' & ('aldwell (L A (\>leman. Mrs M E Caldwell), gro 
cers 110 Short Southside ave 

HOLLADAY JAMES M REV,* PASTOR SOUTHSIDE 

Presbyterian (Mi. r 401 S Main 
Holhuul John W, artist, r 56 Cheistnut 
'• :Myi'a ]Mcr) ^Nlrs. r 56 Chestnut 
'•' Wm A,* lab. r TO S(^ney 
Hollinger Jackson.* bk].r Clark & :McPherson. r 38 S 

French Bioad ave 
Hollingsworth Chas, asst engr B P Hotel, r same 
" C (ilover.* barki>r Eureka Saloon, r 116 S French 

Broad ave 
•' Ernest I, elk Wiley B Brown, bds 116 French Brd 

ave 
'- John B, elk Ashv Hdw Co, r 116 S French Broad av 
" Ealj^h S, driver Ashv Stm Ldry, r 116 S French 

]>road ave 
" Saml,* blksmith. r ^Vest Asheville 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



Qrowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



iDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotie St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pattnn Avenue. 
Telephone No. 132. 



ISIJO-IOOO CITY DIRECTORY 



199 



H'ol lings worth Tlieo R,* blksiuitb, r IKJ S French B av 
Hollyfield .Vk>nzo, wks AshA' Cot Mills, bdis Avery 
Holmes Edw I, student, r (50 Baird 

" Jane C (wid E I), r 66 Baird 
Holton INIareia Mrs. bds iMil Chestnut 
H'olznmn Ike, tailw H (leldnian, bds 54 Bailey 
Home for the Aged & lutirni, W S Johnson,* kpr, Vic- 
toria 

HOME INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL (THE) MISS FLORENCE 

Ste])hensou ])rin, S Main \'ictoria (See Apjien- 
dix) 
Hood Frank M, wks Ashv Stni Ldry, r 21) Bailey 

" Henry B, bds 2!) Bailey 

'■' Jennie Madam, rms 27 ^laiden Lane 

" John N,* supt const So Bell Tel Co, r 1 Gray Gables 

" Ma'ttie M Mrs, r 29 Bailey 

" Perry, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 11 Green 
Hoj)kins A C ^frs, r 15 Sondley bldg 

" (Mias H, agt Srd Oil Co, bds Neville Hse 

HORNER JUNIUS M RIGHT REV, BISHOP OF ASHE- 

ville, r Shoenberger Hall 



37 

S. Main St 



if III I Ul Ulflll Ml ( Over 4000 Varieties. 

Horton Andrew, wks Ashv St Ry, bds Marjorie 
" Lorenzo B* (Horton & Collins), r 95 West 
" c^ Collins (LP Horton, N A Collins), meat mkt, 42 
East 

HOTEL BERKELEY WINE ROOM, H ZURBURG MGR, 

in Hotel Berkeley 
'' Hobson, Mrs J L Buchanan, proprss, 20 Patton ave 
Hough Wm J,* (Hough cS: Roberts), r 371 AV Haywood 
'' Wm R,* laagman So Ry, r 341 W Haywood 
" & Roberts (W J Hough, J M Roberts), pianos and 
organs, 11 Church 
House D,* wks Biltm'ore Nursery, r So Ry, s bey limits 
Houston Jas L, jiharniacist Carm'iiohael's Pharmacy, 

rms 37 Patton ave 
Howard Clara Mrs, seamstress, r 83 Valley 
" Frank,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 481(43) W^ Hay- 
wood 
'' J Milton,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
" Nineve'h,* w^ks As'hv Cot Mills, r Avery 
•'• N Lafayette, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Averv 





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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 

X=*ZXO]?a'X3 230. 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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W. College St. 

PHONE 95. 



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Howard Thehiia Miss, bds 28 Eagle Terrace 

" AVm E, wks Ashv 1 & C Co, r West Asheville 
Howatt Jos P,* mgr Ashv China Co, r G4 Haywood 
Howe Chas H, wks Ashv Dray Co 
Howell Almeda Mrs, r 398 Bailey 

" Frank F,* cairp, r 33 Short 

" Henry Gr,* wks Ashv Cot Mils, r West Asheville 

" Myra's (wid Jas O), r 135 Broad 

" Thaddeus, wks So Ky shops, bds 527 W Haywood 
Howingtou Columbus, fanner, r Chnnns Cove 

'' Jas,* farmer, r Chnnns Cove 
Hnbbard Custis T,* r 17 Hill 

'• Ella Miss, tchr X & C lust, r same 

'^ Isabel K Miss, tcTir N & C Inst, r same 
Hndgins Carrie (wid H), grocer West Asheville, r same 
Hudson Beuj,* driver 1* McInt\Te, r rear 36 Clayton 

'' Frank M, driver J V lirown & Son, rms same 

'' Wm C, dispr So Ry, bds The Knickerbocker 

" Wm O,* r 48 N Spruce 

" W O Mrs, bdg house 48 N Spruce 
Hufl' T Edwd, driver Ashv Stm Ldry, bds 85 Liberty 



WOODBURY nnfll COMPANY. 

Telephone 344. UUHL 



Office No. 6 Ration Ave. 



ALL KINDS OF 
HARD AND 
SOFT COAL. 



'■ John H,* painter, r (121)121) Poplar 
Hughes Jas Ii, elk, r 512 W Haywood 

" Kelsie, Avks J M Ledford, r Hall 

'' Naomi ]Mrs, seamstress, r 15 Depot 

'' Patrick H,* plasterer, r 34 Flint 

'' Polly Mis, r 150 N Lexington ave 

" Eobt Y,* r 512 W Haywood 

" Thos, ])ress feeder Citizen, bds 15 Depot 

" Wm, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 25 Buxton 
Hull Ada Miss, r S Biltmore 

'' Fred A,* r 105 S Main 

" Green,* wks Kenil worth Inn, r Biltmore 
Hume Jane W Miss, trained nurse, r 07 E College 
Hunt Edw H, carp, r Edge Hill ave 

" Elisha L,* shoenda- 100 Patton ave, r 318 Bailey 

" Henry C,* real est 2 N Ct Sq, r Edge Hill ave 

" fl Shannon, carp, r 318 Bailey 

'' Mary Mrs, r 8 Starnes ave 

" Eufus (7, stamp elk P O, r Mountain Cottage 

" Wm F,* condr So Rv, bds Glen R Hotel 



ADVERTISERS, 



When you want to reach the ENURE 



way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thorougfhfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUMMER, Manager. office in Opera House Building. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co 



OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 



T. L. HYNDMAN 

Custom Shoes Made. 




J^ine ShoGs a Specialty, 



J. H. WEAVER & GO, 



REAL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Prcporty 
for Sale and Rent. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 201 

Hunter John D l)r, r G (Irady 

Huskey Jas,* fireman Asbv Cot Mills, r Avei y 

Hutcheson Carrie Miss, cook W A Reynolds, r same 

'• Susan Miss, cook A W McFee, r same 
Hyatt Delia Miss, r 156 Bailey 

" Jas M, elk G Green, r same 

" Norman,* lab, r 150 N Lexington 

HYGIENIC RESTAURANT AND BATHROOMS, M H jc ^^ 

Johnsiton pr^opr, 10 G'hurdli, (see side lines) 8 o ^J 

Hyndman Bettie A (wid John), r 20 West ? % ^ 

HYNDMAN THOS U* BOOT AND SHOEMAKER 32 N |.< d 

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manner. Only first-class stock q 

vised and the workmanship unsur- 
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leenberg Mary Madiam, r reair* 27 Maiden Lane 
IDLEWILD FLORAL CO (0 T 0, J W C & MRS J B 

Deake), 324 Charlotte, branch 44 I*atton ave 

Idol Cora Miss, bds 65 Vii^tbria ave <- ^c^c/jccc: 

Industrial Advertising Co, E T Jefferies mgr, 45 Pat- § ^5.= l"? 

ton ave =' ? S. * S S" 

Ing Jesse,* lapidary 27 Patto«n ave, r 254 N Main ^'^ ca 1 , " 

Ingle A M wkis A^hv Cot Mills, r rear 537 W Hay- ^-Z | ? ^ e 

wood ' li^-s'F 

" Caroline (wid J), r 10 Eiast • ^^C:^^ 

'' Eugene N,* wbs Slayden F & Co, r rear 2S5 S Main 5^ ^ | §? .|^" 

" Frank P,* genl mdse 37 N Main, r 18 Vance = £. ||(-. 

" F Bertram, wks J L Welch, r same -^Tp '^ 5' 

" Jas B,* with S A Ingle, r 10 East ^ ft%i" 

" Jas B jr. r 10 East 2^ § c- 5 c- 

W±iK.N YOU WANT A PHKiSU ivlfTlON i<'lL.i.KD, rememoer tne Heaa ot our esinuUsHmenl, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania Scliool of Anatomy a d Surgery, and Ex-Kesident Physiciaa 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
Bervice and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 



Berkeley 



Briar and Meerschaum Pipes 

south of New York at the CigaT StEnCl. 



GO 



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E ^ u Iu«l<' Jus M* (Mackev & In^le), r 184(162) Hca>-vvood 

g =E I " Jas T,* lab, r 437 X Main 

flC ^ I " Jas \, elk S A Insle, bds 10 East 

■a «-■ 5 - " J'ohn,* wks Ashy I & (^ Go, r 197 Roberts 

J5 2 I " Lonnie I), elk F P Ingle, r 18 Vance 

]= OC < '' Mary Mis's, r 287(285) E College 

jjg 05 » " Max, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r rear 537 W Haywood 

JC e«3 < '' Riobt, jytr L Swieegoiod 

■a II; • " Slanah (wid J P), r rear 537 W Haywood 

■ ^ g . '' S A (Mrs J B), grocer, 34 N Main,\ 10 East 

. £ ^ " Tlws,* r W Asheyille 

W ^ lugleside, Mrs M Harris ])roprsis, bdg 30 N F B avo 

'^ ^ INGRAM LOVICK F, MGR L SWICEGOOD, RMS OVER 

-== 57 S Main 

„ " Zeb P, paper ligr L SwicegO'od, rms ovr 57 S Main 

CD Inman Josepli'ine Miiss, r rear 52 Woodfin 

»;CLZD uj Inter-Monit'ane St R R Go', infcor, J S Adams pres; J S 
c/D Adams jr mgr & siipt, office Pearsions Bridge 

^— ^ I () O F Hall, 18-20 Gburcb, 3rd floor 

'1^2 ^ Iryin ^lax E,* engT Asiliv Tamiei'y, r W Haywood nr 
—J ■£ Roberts 

.1— iJ- OOII |?TIVI f Y'^ ^ '^'"^ Clothing and Furmsh 



ings. Young's Hats,Hanan's 
18 Patton Avenue ) Shoes. 

CZ -^ I-^'i'X' Tilford L.* fireman WilMnson Lbr C^, r 316 
jQ — South side ave 

S5 Isom Martha G (wid T), r 50 Highland 

n^ S Israel (Jliester W.* plumber, v 86 Woodfln 
r— S " Ernest :M, plumber F M liindsey, r 86 Woodfin 

g " Mattie (wid Jolm), wks Asliv Cot Mills, r 154 Hall 

Lj- " Susan E (wid J M), r 86 Woodfin 

c^ Ivey Jas L,* barkpr Club Saloon, r 18 N Court Square 

^ C3 T^y f-'^vi.* Ivackman, r 3 S Spruce 

ca S I X L GROCERY (THE) SOLOMON H MICHALOV 

^J ZZ^ propr, gro'oeines and genl store, 41 E College 

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Jackson Alice E Miss, slslady J H Law, r 63 N Spruce 
" Bonaparte A,* wks Vanderbilt est, r S Biltmore 
2 ^ ^' Caleb,* painter, r 10 Spring 

ce " General, blksmith, bds 310 N Main 

03= « Jane H (wid Jas H), r S Biltmore 

J W, wks Biltmore Nursery 



WILLIAMSON h CO, 



iG 3E=»«»,tton .^^'\7-^x3.'ULeii 



Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEViLLE ICE $( COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

82 I»-^^.TT'02>J" -A.'\7'I3I^XJ:E3. I=»HOJXr:E3 -4:0. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



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Jackson Marion ifiss. sten'o X & C Inst, r same 
•• Kobt,* wks Ashv Tel To, bds 10 Spring- 
•• ^Valter ^^', elk (Hen Rock Hotel, r same 
'• Wm M, wks .VsliA' Elec \j Co, r 10 Spring 
Jacobson Arvid, tailor H I'etiie, rnis Hiawassee 
Jacokes Jas \A\ barber Long bottoms, bds 158 S Main 
James Alice Miss, tchr Montt'ord Ave Scliool, bds 18 

JAMES CLAYBROOK.* GENL MGR ASHEVILLE HDW 

< 'o. r 74 < Mmrcli 
" Clemmye (wid A\'m .V), r 80- AV Haywood 
" Floyd E,* car inspr So Rv, r 15 Rector 
" Harley B,* condr Ashv St Ry, r 17i S Main 
" H B Mrs, bdg IT^ S ^Nlain, r same " 

JAMES JOHN L* ROUTE AGT SO EX CO, R 3 GRAY 

(rabies 
" Lyda Miss, milliner Sumner I) t*s: Co, r 17^ S Main 
" Robt L,* engr So Ry, r :MV2 W Haywood ' 
" AA'm A jr,* constable, r 25 Cumberland ave 
" AVm L, student, r 25 Cumberland ave 

Jarrell Pitt, rms Palmetto bldg 

Jarrett Clayton,* wks Market St \A' A\' Co, r AY Ashv 



Carolina Goal Go. 



Office Phjnu 13j. Yard Phone 144. 
OFFjCE 23 PA TTON A VE. 

(See Page Adv.) 



" David, ])ressmu Ashv l*rtg Co. r AA^ Ashv 
" Jas :\r,* carp, r 50 McDowell 

" Jane E Miss, wks Ashv Skt Mfg Co, r 277 X Main 
" Otto R.* citv bldg inspr, r 8 Olive 
" Ralph C, wks Market St AY AY Co, r AY Ashville 
** Yiola Miss, r 8 Olive 
" AA^m M,* letter carrier No 4, r 146 Hill 
Jarvis Albert K,* teamster, r 419 N Main 
" Bexie ]Miss, binder French lird Press, r 67^ N Main 
'' Carl X. farmer, r 357 X Main 
'' Creed F, farmer, r 357 X" Main 
'' Jas A,* farmer, r 357 X Main 
'* Jas P, mtmn Ashv St Ry, r 357 X'^ ^lain 
" Jno A,* r 29 Oakdale ave 
'' Jno B,* condi" Ashv St Rv, r 8 AV Chestnut 
'' Jos F,* elk R Freidenberg, r 29^ X Main 
" J F Mrs, dressmkr 29^ X ^Main, r same 
" Robt M, })oliceman, r 357 X'^ Main 
'' AYiley C* r 30 AA'oodfin 
^' AA'm B, farmer, r 357 X Main 

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VR WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

tn. The Lea ding Fan cy Gfocer. 



x>^OKr£: 136. 



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Jan-is W Milton,* elk C S Cooper, i- C7i N Main 
Jay Bettie M Miss, slsldy (t A Mears, r^94 Woodfin 

" Jane (wid J McD), r 94 Woodfin 

" James V,* painter, r 205 Woodfin 

" AA'm X, depy reg-isitrar of deeds, r 94 Woodfin 
Jayne Geo W, elk C C Millard^ r 116 Merrimon ave 
Jeanneret L W,* wtelmikr B H Co'sby, r 21G E College 
Jefferies E M, mgi- Ind Adv Co, bkpr Wm A Blair, 

bds Cherry 
Jeffrey Sarali J Mrs, r 8 W Cheslfniit 
Jenkins Adolplius E,* lab, r 94 Southside ave 

" Bert, wks Biltmore Nurseries, r Vietoria 

" Geo W,* grocer 45 S Main, r over same 

" Harry, wtelimn Biltmore, bds S Biltmore 

" Horaee, earp, r 318 N Main 

" Horaee E, elk, r 45 S Main 

"- Jno H,* mer, r 37 Short 

" Leston,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 

" Naney M (wid A J), r 100 East 

" Walter G, painter, r 94 Southside ave 

" Walter L, elk, r 106 East 
Jenks Chas N,* mining engr, r 115 Chestnut 

PAT MclNTYREJ CLUB SALOON 

53 South Main. ) i=»hoi>je: 218. 

Jennings J Braxton* (S C Moorman ^K: Co), r Lynch- 
burg Ya 
Jensen Anna M Miss, r 88 Bailey 
.Jolms Mary A Miss, tchr Home Ind School, r same 
JohnsTOi Chas :M, wks J R Rich & Son. i- 94 Hillside 

" Ernest S, wks F M Johnson, bds 94 Hillside 

" Fannie Miss, dressmkr, r 99 Park ave 

" Frank J,* mech, r 136 Hill 

" Frank M,* wall pai)ei', paints, etc, 46 N Main, r 94 
Hillside 

" Fred A, reporter Gazette, r 76 l^ibei-ty 

" Fred L,* ])aper hgr, r 155 X ^lain 

" Geo B,* r 39 Depot 

" Grace (Mrs Paul J). ]>ro]»rss Arcadia Hotel, r same 

" Herbert H, wks F :\I Johnson, bds 94 Hillside 

" Hugh C* grocer 36-38 X ^Main, r 39 Depot 

" Ivy, condr So Ry, rms 162 Bark ave 

'' John M, r 76 Liberty 

" Jos, farmer, r Chunn's Cove 

'■' Julia ^liss, r 158 Church 



L A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



ParagoD Pharmacy Go. 

ONLY SOOA EXPERT DISPENSER |N CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



1899-1000 CITY DIRECTOKY 205 

JOHNSON LAURA A (WID JNO B), FURNITURE & » 

mattresis iiifr '27 X ^[aiu. r 28 Depot ?i ^ 

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MRS. L. A. JOHNSON, 

DEALER IN 

*^ FupriitupQ . 

Rugs, Stoves, Trunks, Clocks, Etc.— Cash 
or Installment. 

MATTRESS MANUFACTURING A SPECIALTY. 



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" Louisa C (wid Jno), r 83 Valley ^ "* Q} 



Te»le»phono 16^. :27 IN. IWet-in St. ^ ^' 



Major D,* condr So Ry, r 7 Park Place S ^ 

Mamie Madam, r 28 Eagle Terrace p 5" 

Margaret (wid Jas), r 320 Bailey 5 g^ 

Minnie Miss, r 70 Orange a c 



" jgg^'- Temple CoubtSE "'» 

" ]\[inuie C Miss, tclir Montford Av Schl, r 76 Liberty ^ 

'• Xiua K Miss, asst bkpr Ashy Stm Ldry,r 76 Liberty 

" Norman X, wks F M Johnson, bds 91 Hillside 

•• X' Caroline (wid Dr Josiah), r 21 Depot 

•' Obediah K,* fruit dlr, r 22 Montford ave 

'• Orlo X',* mgr Biltmore Dairy, r Biltmore 

*• Paul J,* printer Citizen, r Arcadia Hotel 

*• R Wm,* grocer Chunn's Cove, r same 3 

" Sallie E Miss, bk]ir H G Johnson, r same - «■ j 

JOHNSON SAM'L A,* CHIEF ENGINEER ASHEVILLE Z ^ 



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'• Saml R, brkmn ^^o Ry, rms 7 Park Place ^ — 2, 

" T Pincknev,* tinner W A Boyce, rms Fire Dept J — 

" AVm E,* elk P O Merrell, r 309 S Main i: O "Tl 

'• Wm P,* kpr Co Home, r Victoria I "5' O 

Johnston Eliza (wid Hugh), r 1 Charlotte S CD ~" 

JOHNSTON HAROLD E, R 58 N MAIN '^ 2. 3- 

JOHNSTON MARSHALL H,* TRAINED NURSE & ^ q ? 

masseur 10 Church, r same g 

'• :Mattie A Miss, r Wm Johnston jr, 58 N Main (D 



Cut Prices. 



RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with us. We buy for Cash and seU for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



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JOHNSTON ROBERT P,* CAPTAIN U S ARMY, R 58 N 

Main 

" Sam Miss, tclir Home Ind School, r same 

" Thos I),* 1' 55 Grove 
- " AVm, bds 53 E College 
JOHNSTON WM JR, REAL ESTATE (ORIGINAL), OF- 

tices IM) & 21 Teiii})le Coiiit. r 58 X Main 

TEMPLE COURT. 

A modern, three-story business block, comprising Nos. 47, 49 
51 and 53 Fatten Avenue. 

WM. JOHNSTON, Jr., 

Office No. 20, Manager. 





FIRST FLOOR. 

No. 47 Patfon Avenue. 

No. 49 Patton Avenue, Entrance to 

Temple Court. 
No. 51 Prttton Ave nue, Oe-'«treicher & 

Co., Dry Goodi, Fancy Goods and 

Millinery. 
No. 53 Ptton Avenue, G.A.Greer, 

Wholesale and Retail Fancy 

Groceries. 

SECOND FLOOR. 

41, 2 and 3 Temple Court, Merriraon & 

Merrinion 
4. 5 and 6 Temple Court, Dr. O. P. 

Ambler. 
7 and 8 Temple Court, Davidson A 

Jones. 



SECOND FLOOR-Coniiaued. 

9 and 10 Temple Court, Crais & 
Wtiilson. 

11 and 12 Temple Court, Carter & 
Weaver. 

13 and 14 Temple Court, M. B. Wil- 
kinson. 

15 Temp eCiurt, Cooper ifc Woodbury^ 

17, lb and 19 Tempie Court, Moore & 
Moore. 

20 and 21 Temple Court, Wm. John- 
ston, Jr., Real Estate Owner. 

21 Temple Court, George W. Tilson. 
24 Temple Court, L. A. FariohoU. 

TJHIRD FLOOR. 

30 Temp'e Court, John Y. Jordan. 

31 Temple Couri, O. D. hevell. 



BICYCLES 



"EA6LE" (ASHEVILLE CYCLE CO. 

CLEVELAND 1 



H (iKNE C. SAW Y Kit, I'r 

18 and 20 CHURCH STkEET. 



JONES ARCHIBALD A,* PRES ASHEVILLE COLLEGE 

for Young Women, v same 
" K Bailey* (Hensley, lieeves cS: Jones), bds Hotel 
Hobson 
JONES BELLE D (WID DR ALEX S), PROPRSS SOUTH 

Kensington Art School, r 7 Jilake 
" Benj, lab, r 31 Brick 

JONES BENJ M,* SEC ASHEVILLE ST R R CO, BDS 

!»4 College 
' ("has E J (Jones & Jones), bds 17 rimnn 
' Danl A, grocer Chnnn's Cove, r same 
• Edwin r, bkpr Ashv Hdw Co, rnis I'almetto bldg 
' Filetns M.* depv sheriff, r 150 Bailey 
Flora E Miss, w'ks Model Stm Ldry, r 30 McDowell 



WILLIAMSON & CO. ""'*"'I".S§',S2,'"'"*' 

16 Patton~Avenue. UpholStSry GOOdS, EtC. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWiLD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Paitnn Avenue, 
Te/ephone No. 132. 



1899 1900 CITY DIEECTORY 



207 



Jones Fiirinan. wks Di' R H Biyant, r same 
" (ieiti'ude Miss, nurse Mission Hospital, r same 
'• (J race McII Miss, tchr High School, r 20 Clajton 
" Henry C* (Jones & Fanning), r 140 S Main 
" J no, wks Ashv Tannery, r Avery 
" Jno S,* carp, r 30 McDowell 
'* Josiali M, grocer S Main bej- limits, r same 
'' Julia Miss, r 150 N Lexington ave 
'• Junius E,* elk S H Chedester, r 325 E College 
'* J Ragland, r 284 Southside ave 
" Lawrence, carrier Citizen, bds 31 Penland 
'' Lillie W (wid B M), r 26 Clayton 
'• Mary V (wid J A), r Asheville College 
" ]\Iollie Miss, nurse Mrs H B Stevens, r same 
" Noble W,* lab, r 245 Charlotte 
'' Omega Mrs, r 144 Hill 
'' Reuben, wks J M Jones, r same 
'* Robt L,* wks Wilkinson Lbr Co, r A'ictoria 
" R Pinkie (wid Patrick), r 38 Bailey 
'' Scott E, bds 09 Spruce 
" Theo, bkpr Farmers Warehse, bds Hotel Hobson 



Iff ITll Ul OlTli I rllC Over 4000 Varieties. 



37 

S. Main St 



'' Thns.* lab, r W Asheville 

JONES THOS A* (DAVIDSON & JONES), R 130 CUM- 
berland ave 

" Thos T, r 284 Southside ave 

" Wiley,* r Chunn's Cove 

" Wm, elk West End Drug Store, r same 

'' Wm C* grocer 284 Southside ave, r same 

'' AVm H, cigar mkr, bds 31 Haywood 

'* Wm M,* lumber 553 W Hayw ood, r 35 Penland 

'' Wm M jr, student, r 31 Penland 

'' Wm W (Jones & Jones), r 17 Chunn 

" & Fanning (H C Jones, F A Fanning), bowling al 
11 W College 

'' & Jones (W W^ & C E J), attys 9 Palmetto bldg 
Jordan Benj F, wks Ashv Tannery, r 33 Depot 

JORDAN CHAS S, PHYS 13 CHURCH, OFFICE HOURS 

10 to 12, phone 103, bds Battery Pk Hotel 
'^ Frank ^I,* police captain, r 32 Chestnut 

JORDAW JOHN Y,* CLK CRIMINAL COURT, BDS 26 

Flint 
" Wm C,* wks Ashv Tel Co, r 147 Depot 




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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 



lOlNTX: 238. 



USHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



43 

W."college'st. 

PHONE 95. 



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Jo3^ Minnie Miss, tcbr N & C Inst, r same 
Judson Jolin V, r 4 Louisa 
Jump Daisy Miss, bds 73 Depot 
Justice Bessie Miss, dressmkr, r 78 Bailey 

" Claud D, ptr L Swicegood, bds 209 S French Broad 

" Ethel N Miss, r 38 Penland 

" Fred C, wks H Geldman, bds 2 Gray Gables 

" Ged H, ptr L Swicegood, bds 290 S French Broad 

" Geo W,* r 359 N Main 

" Geo W jr,* atty, r 2 Gray Gables 

^' G W INtrs, dressmkr 2 Gray Gables, r same 

^' Homer, tinner W A Boyce, r 60 McDowell 

" John,* r 10 Spruce 

^•' Lula (wid D), r Biltmore 

'' Robt B,* surveyor, r 103 Broad 

•' Roma C Miss, wks Ashv Skt Co, r 359 N Main 

" Wm J, with Electric Gas Co, r 2 Gray Gables 

" Wm L, farmer, r 60 McDowell 

" Wm S,* drayman, r 136 Poplar 

WOODBURY nn a I company; 

Telephone 344. UUHL 



Office No. 6 Patton Ave 



1 ALL KINO 
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KEELING EDWIN D, FRUITS & CONFECTIONERY 58 

I'at't'on ave, ruis 26 Kondley bldg (see adv) 
Keenau Mrs, trained nuise, r Chunns Cove 
" Hug'b, r Cliuunvs Cove 
" Jos, Co rd o\'erseer, r Ohunns Oove 
" John F,* condr So By, r 485 Depot 
Keever Danl P,* engr So Ry, bds 95 Depot 
Kehl Louisa Miss (Kehl & Co), r 36 Phillips 
'• & Co (Miss L Kehl, J Buehler), proprs Dairy Lunch 
3S Patton ave 

KEITH EDWARD W* (WHITSON & KEITH), R 146 

Cliestnut 

'' Jas A,* elk J C & M V Gentry, r 16^ N Main 

" Mattie Miss, r 161 N Main 

" Nina L (wid Henrv H), r 44 N Frendh Broad ave 

" Wm J, r 161 N Maiin 
Kelley Li Hie Mrs, seamstress, r Sycamore cor Valley 

" Wm H,* condr So Ey, bds 374 W Haywood 
Kellogg H M Mrs, r 10 Bennett 



ASHEVILLE I L 
DVERTISING i ^ 
CENCY ( c 

J. D. PLUMMER. Manaeer. 



Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
Control City Street-Car Advertising. 

repare and place Newspaper Advertising. 
Contractors for Western North Caroiina. 

Office In Opera Honse Bnlldlar. 



When in Atlanta Stop at the 




HOTEL 

JACKSON, 

ATLANTA," 



Adjoining the Union Passenger Depot. 

tW$ Botel U$ m$t been remodeled and refmitished in the latest 
style, having iron and brass bedsteads, etc. 



The hotel contains all modern improvements, such as Electric Elevator, both Electric 
Lights and Gas, Return Call Bells, Private Baths, etc. 



The management will spare no expense to make this the 
best $2.00 a day house in the South. 



L E WYATT Proprietor. 



DO NOT 



PERMIT 
DEALERS 




ing Just as 



i^IANO. 




it costs more than other makes, but is cheaper in the'^ng 
run, because it will last. ^*^ 

The dealer who advises you to not buy it, has a reason ! 
Is it his profit or your interest that prompts him ? .| 

MANUFACTURED BY 

THB BVBRBTT PIA.NO COMPA.NY 

BOSTON, MASS. 



Cincianatl, 



The John Church Company, 

GENERAL FACTORS. 
New York, Atlanta, 



Chicago. 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO, 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 20 



Kelly M H (I'eiiiiimon & Kelly), mis Opera House bldg 
Kemp Hattie B Miss, steno Tucker, Muipihy & Co, r 

kenilworth'inn/l a kittredge mgr, s main 
kenilworth stables, patton & stike- 

leather i)i'opi-s, KeuilwoH'li Inn 
Keuuan Etbelinda (f (wid A S), r 9 Chunn 
Kennedy Andrew,* barber 62 Fatten ave, bds Eagbi 
Hotel 
" Ohas C, elk, r 37 N Frent-h Broad a^-e 
" E'di'th M INliss, steno, r 37 N Frenc'li Broad are 
" Fi'orence CMrs A H^, dressmkr 7 Fatton ave, bds 

Eagle Hotel 
" Frank H, wks Mi-s L A JoOins'on, bds Eagle Hotel 
" Fred H,* eollr The Register, r 37 N French B ave 
'' .Saml* (Miller & Kennedy), r 77 Bailey 
Keunin-ly M'ollie M Miss, dreissmkr, r S Biltmore 
Kei"" Annie P Miss, tchr Bailey Kindergarten, bds 15 
A'aince 
" Geo D, carp, r 15 Vance 



J. H, WEAVER & CO. 



REAL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Property 
for Sale and Rent. 



OPPOSITE 

POST .. 
,. OFFICE 




" Harriet A (wid W M), r 15 Vance s^ H 

KERR JOHN P, PRES THE CITIZEN CO, AND EDITOR B = 

The Daily Citizen, r 15 Vance h »^ ^ 

" Phoebe Miss, dressmkr, r 250 Patton ave " ^ r 

KERR, see also CARR ^^ ^ 3 

Kesler Chas, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 2G Buxton > f 2 ^ 

Kesterson ^\'ni, gumsmith J S Mtosselar, rms 174 S :. ■«■ 53 ** 

Mam g B S ^ 

Ketchuni Eleanor G Mrs, r 90 Cumberland ave ." | S ° 

Kiibler Richard E,* elk Zimmerman & W, r 10 Cen- 9 ~ ^ 

tral ave y 

Killian Benj, carp, bds 63 N Main f- ^ 

!' Calvin, lithographer Grand Opera Hse, r G2 Wood- '^ ■« 

fin ' - S3. 

" Francis M,* wks Biltmore Nursery, r Biltmorfe 
" Henry,* fireman Biltmore Eleo PJSse, r country 
" Jas E, driver Stradley Bros, r G2 Woodfin 
" Jas ^^\ flagmn SO Ry, rms 162 Park ave 
*' John, drivei' Stradlev Bros, r 62 Woodfin 
" Max A,* carp, r 62 ^\'oodfiu 
" Otto, bill poster Ashv Adv Agcy, r 62 Woodfin 



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WHEN YOU WANT A PRESCRIPTION FILLED, remember the head of our estatolishment, 
in addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate ol Jefferson Medical College The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy a-id Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintair. in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLECE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST TODRISr 
AND COMMERCIAL 
HOTEL IN ASHEYILLE 



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Ki Ilia 11 Will,* driver, r ()2 ^Volodfin 
Kilpatrick W Perry,* carp, r 2-4 Silven 
Kimball Harris A,* propr Asliv Hotel, r sam<* 
'• Ira M, wk's Ball & Sbeppard, bds Asheville Hotel 
'' Wade H, r Asilieville Hotel 
" Wilmer A, mess ^A' U Tel Co, r Asliv Hotel 
Kimberly David,* wks J R Rioh & Son, r 35 Woodfin 
'' E Eliiott,* r Bartlett nr S French Broad ave 
" Paanie Miss, tcbr, r Ramotli 
" John, farmer, 'r Ramoth 

'' May E Miss, r Bartlett nr French Broad ave 
'' T Many,* mayor Ramoth, propr Charlotte St Dairy^ 

r Ramoth 
" Mary ]Misis, tc'hr Montford ave Sc'liool, r Ramoth 
Kimsey Myrtle Miss, nurse Mission Hospital, r same 
King ('lara Miss, maid T Davidson, r same 
^mm^ " Ohas (t, dispr So Ry, i nis 147 Pattom ave 

^ -^ " Horace L,* tclir, r Ramoth 

^■^ " John,* lab, r 508 W Haywood 

P--< " Lillie Miss, servanit W E Wolfe, r same 

^^ " Mary (wid Jas), r 326 Bailey 

i ^ 1 ce /^^l I DTIVI C VC ) Fine Clothing and Furnish- 

w^ ^ V^\i/\/ IV I 111 C I Oy ings. Young's Hats, Hanan's 

^J ^ 18 Patton Avenue. ) Shoes. 

T-^ uj " Mary (wid :Mavssey), r 450(31) AA^ Haywood 

c ; K " Minnie Miss, wks Ashv Oct Mills, r 150(31) W Hay- 

wood 
_ " Robt 1»,* stliO'emkr, r 200 Sihort Bailey 

^P In] Kirstein Erne*!!t,* forenin J K Connally, r same 

^— < ^ Kiser AVm L,* wks Ashv ^Milling Co, r W Asheville 

S^^ g KITTREDGE LINUS A,* MGR KENILWORTH INN, R 
siame 
^ Klutz Ohas A, condi' S'o Ry, rms 199 Park ave 
^ S Knickerbiocker (The), Mrs Jennie Baird proprss, bdg 

C^ hS E College s w cor Davidson 

^*^ >-; Knig^ht WileA', r W Ashv 

Knoblauch GottMlf,* driver Zimmerman & W, r ^lar- 

jorie 
Kooker T Hurd,* elk H T Rogers, r (53 Beaumont 
Koonce Henry (\ with Block Photo Studro, r same 
Koi)i)leberger ('lara (wid Edw), bdg hse 31 Grove 
Kosky Anton,* tailor 15^ Patton ave, r 14 Phillips 
Kost Jacob, (^hef B P Hotel, r same 
Kroger Win,* grocer 1 E Coui't Sq, rms Palmetto bldg 
Kuepjier l^ina Miss, sery Qu'sisaiia Sauitaiium, r same 



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WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUCS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE $c COAL CO, 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
In all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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Nellie L Miss, millineTV M Patton ave, r 158 Ohest- 
niit 



1890-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 211 

Kueppei* Minna Mi*>s, pliys (^uisisana San, v same 
Kuvkendall Adolpilius E.* lab, r 90 Cherry 

" I) rink,* carp, r 5 Carter 

*' John, nitrnm St Ry, bds 318 Bailey 

'* John \V,* earp, r 5 Carter 

" Marion, wks Ashy Cot INlills, i' nr same 

'• Nathan A,* carp, i- 150 Cumberland ave ffi 

'' PhillijKs 1),* wks Asliv Cot Mills, r nr same hi 

" Thad,* lab, r Ranioth 

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LaBarbe Amos 1',* r 158 Chestnut M 

La BARBE HUGH M, WITH SWANNANOA HOTEU ^ 

bds same 
Marpiret A (wid A I*), bd^ hse 158 Chestnut ^ 



l^aing Alice Miss, r I'l Orange q ^^m 

" Annie M Mrs, r 21 Orange ^ ■HB 

fk ■■ f^ I A Office Phone 130. Yard Phone T44. * ■' 

Carolina Coai Co. """"^^i^iirL, n 

J.AING, *ee also LANG & I^INGE ^f! 

Lakey Cler'o Madam, r 02 Siouthside ave IB 

" John AA\ cigar mkr Asiiv Cig Co, r 98 Blanton _ ^* 

" Lou C (wid John), r 97 Blanton 
Lamb John N,* car inspr So Ry, r 7 Green ^i 

" Robt S,* car inspr So Ry, bds 97 Depot ' t 

Lambei-t Cassiie (wid Ed^v), r 15 Fulton 

" Geo H, Yet surgeon, office Cliambers. Weaver & 
Co, r 110 r;hestnut 

'' Heniry S,* retired, r 110 Chestnut 

'' Maak E,* grocer 91 Batttm ave, r same 

'' ]Mary Miss, domestic L M Blankenship, r same 

" Moses, wks Hortion & Collins, r 15 Fulton 

'' Wm H, retired, r 110 Chestnut 
Lancaster J Luke,* barkpr Bonanza W & L Co, r 35 

^Voodtin 
Lance Jos G, elk W J Sudderth , 

Land C Cluster, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 3 Buxton 

'' Jasper H,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 1 Buxton 

" Wm T,* r 3 Buxton 
Landrelfh Anion F, lab, r 6 Sipring 





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. A. llnECil, The Lea ding Fan cy Grocer. 



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Special Orders . . . 

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* ^' ' ASHEVILLE HARDWARE CONIPANY. 

212 M ALONE Y'S ASHEVILLE 



Landretli BcMij 1\* carp, r 6 Spriu*^ 
Lane Jais, wks Davis & iVllisoiii. v same 
Laney Archie E,* carp, r W Asilieville 
Lanjf August G,* supt Paris Med Oo, r 87 Atliin 
(D " Fred E, wl^« Pairiis Med Co, r 37 Atkiu. 

Laui^e C'lias. student, i- 173 Plavwood 

M LANGE JNO H,* SALOON 17 W COLLEGE & PROPR 

r\ (lieu Koclv Hotel, r saiue 

V '' Rachel S (wid J H), r 173 Haywood 

^ LANGE, see alsio LANG and LAING 

I- Laugford Geo, lab, bds 63 N Main 

H LANGFORI), see also LANKFORD 

\i Lang-land Fiank G,* elk tr^l'ayden F & Oo, rms 370 W 

Haywood 
Lanier Mary ^NlisJS, tchr Orange St School, r 26 Clayton 

'' Tho-s P>,' bds Asheville Hotel 
Lankford Jas, lab, r 93 Atkinson 
'^ Jay, lab, r 93 Atkinson 
^' Julia Miss, tchr, bds 34^ S Main 
■" Newton,* lab, r 93 Atkinson 
" Norman, lab, r 93 Atkinson 

PAT MclNTYRE, | Beer Bottled Daily. 

Agent AUGUSTA BREWING CO. J es south Main. Phone 218. 

" Wm N,* wks Ashy Cot Mills, r 146 Roberts 
LANKFORD, see also LANGFORD 
Lanning Cion ^^^* butcher, r S M'ain bey limiits 

" Harvey, driver Biltmore Nursery, r Victoriti 

" John,* wks Roseland Dairy, r same 

" Louise (wid J R), r 81 Seney 
Larawav Russp-ll, elk Oaks Hotel, r same 
LASATER WM H, SEC & TREAS TASTELESS QUI- 

nine Co, bds Neville House 
Lashley David A, fl'oriist G ^^' Wo'olsey, r same 
Latta Guy D,* r Sunset Drive 
Ijattiimer ^\m, bds 147 I'latton ave 
Tjaug^hter En-win P,* lab, r 98 Pearsons ave' 
'• Frederick,* wks Aslhv Cot Mills, r Avery 
•' "SA'int,* wks I'ark Farm Daii-y, r saT^ie 
Laughlin Henry,* engr I'airis Med Co, r 159 S Main 
Laurel Springs Dairy, D S Hildebrand propr, Chunns 
Cove 
" ^'^alley Saloon, A T Cooper & Co prOprs, J E' Mer- 
rill uigi', 50 S ]\rain 

LAW JOHN H, CHINA, GLASS & SILVERWARE 35 
Patton ave, rmis 37 Patton ave 



L. A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



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Paragon Pharmacy Go. 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



opposrB 

Postoffice. 



1809-1900 OITY DIRECTORY 



213 



LAWRENCE THOMAS REV DD,* PRES NORMAL AND 

(\)ll('i;ia1<- IiKs't for Voim*;- AVoiiit^n, i- same 

LAWRENCE THOMAS MRS, PRIN & TREAS NORMAL 

and ('(>lk'j;iaie Inst for Youiiij;- ^^\)nlon, r saiae 
Lawrie Fkn-eiice Miss, trhr .Vsiliv ('lol for Y M, r sainc 
Jjawsou Frank B,* U S Rev Service, r 48 Flint 
Lily J Frank, opr So R\-, r 201 Park ave 
Ledbetter A Miss, wks Aslliv Cot Mills, r 14G Roibei ts 

" Ja;s, wks Asliv Got Mills, bds 140 Roberts 
Ledford Alice Miss, r 110 Pe'arson Drive 

Benj, wks .Vsliv Ci<iar Co, r rear 24 Madison 

Bettie Miss, r 110 I'earsOn. Drive 

Catherine M'iss, r 95 Haywood 

Jas C, r 35 Buxton 

Jas D,* carp, r 205 Bailey 

John,* lab, r 801 Soutiiside ave 

John M, wks Asliv Cot ^lills, r 85 Buxton 

Julius il, meat nikt 524 W Haywood, rms Cox bldt; 

Milton M,* car]), r 85 Buxton 

M Grant Rev,* i- 205 I^ailev 

^Va^rer.* hib, r 21 :\Iadison 

STORES 

OFFICES 

REALTY 



WM. JOHNSTON, JnlreKel 



'' Wm,* lab, r 39 Pearson Drive 
Ledwell John W,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 171 Roberts 
L^e Annie G Miss, r 20 Flint 

" Bessie Miss, r 148 Gumberland ave 

" Bessie B Miss, i- 2C> Flint 

LEE BENJ M, CITY ENGR, BDS 57 CHURCH 

" Chas G,* confr 25 S Main, r 78 Bailey 

'' Comer,* driver, r 427 S Main 

" Dora Miss, nurse Oakland Ht(s, r same 

" Frank M, bkpr Battery Pk Bank, r 20 Flint 

" J'ohn S,* elk So Ry frt Depot, r 2 Park ave 

" Julia A (wid r E|,'r 2(; Flint 

" J Hardy,* mgi* Buncombe Brick Co, r 148 Cunibei- 

land ave 
" Lillie Mrs, dressmkr 94 S Main, r same 
" L^'ons, student, r 148 Cumberland ave 
'' L Harry, wks So Rv frt depot, r 2 Park a\( 
" Mary B (wid D V),'v 52 Hillside 
" M'attie P (Mrs J S), airtist, studio 14 S Main, i- 2 

Park ave 
" Mattie H Miss, seamstresK, bds 83 Bailey 



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RIB-ROCK BOTTOmi 

Rule with us. We buy foi' Gash and sell for 
Cash and can save you" money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

Coiiege St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Holel Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Grade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



BOTTLED GOODS 

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Lee X Lizzie Miss, st^anisitress, Ms s;i Bailey 
'' Neil,* letter oariier Xo 8, r 52 Hillside 
" ()l<ia Bess Miss, artist, r 2 Park ave 
" Kal]^h E. slmm Rai-ket Store, r 20 Flint 

LEE REUBEN F,* COUNTY SHERIFF, R 94 S MAIN 

" K'obt, dejRiit polieenian, bds 370 W Ha^-wood 
" Kobt B,* engr .^o By, bds 1)5 Depot 
" Bobt H,* I^ S sltoreiqn- & Ganger, r 83 Bailey 
" W'^^alter H, student, r 148 Cnmberland ave 
*' Wm I (Addie), eouuity jailor, r 58 Eagle 

LEGAL BUILDIXG, S GOT^RT SQUARE 

Leoniard Caleb.* earj), r 118 S Frenc'h Broad ave 
" Marjorie C Miss, r 108 S Main 

Leszinsky Henry J,* slmn, r 3 Blake 

Letbeo Annie Miss, wks Ashv Odt Mills, r 5 Buxton 
'' Wm M,* r 5 Buxton 

Lett John, carp, r 17 Rector 
" Sarah J (wid AA'ni), r W Ha^-sv'ood nr Roberts 
'' Sarah Mrs, r 17 Rector 

Lettman Saml, elk A Blomberg, r 1 Merrimon ave 



Asheville Cycle Co. 

EUGENE C. SAWYER, Proprietor. 



Henti ng & Repa iring. 

18 and 20 Church St. 



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Levy Ellis Mrs, r 44 Penland 

'' Xettie O Miss, cas>hr Oestreicher & Co, r 44 Penhind 

'' Sadie Misis, slslady Oestreicher & Co, r 44 Penland 
Lewis Carl, i- rear 138 Poplar 

" Helen Miss, pres AA'onien's 'Suffrage X C, r 
Bailey 

" J Howell,* phoito X W Taylor, bds 35 ^^^oodfin 

" Kathleen E :Mrs, r 130 Poplar 

"■ Martha Miss, r rear 537 AV Haywood 

" Maude Miss, bds 44 Mountain 

" X'oah. wks Biltniore Xursery, r 32 Buttrick 

*' Raven ^fiss, r 101 Bailey 

" RosC'O, wks As'hv Cot Mills, bds Avery 
I^exington Stables, F A Mears propr, livery, feed and 

sale stables and' riding academy, 83 S Main 
Lias Robt,* mcli«t So Ry shops, bds 370 W Haywod 
Life lus Co of Virginia (The), H W Miller supt; J B 
Hazell asst sni#. 17 «& 18 Dthumor bldg 

LINCOLN FRANK A,* MGR SWANNANOA HOTEL R 



same 



Linder Judson C.* wks Ashv Cot Mils, r 11 Green 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, . . . . 
CARPETS, RUCS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



<]rowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pattnn Avenue, 
Telephone No. 132. 



1899 1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



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Lindsey Frank M, pluinbei* 1 MaTket, v KJ A'ance 
" Oeo, wks Biltmore Dairy, r S Main bey limits 
" Geo, wks A Wernwaj;, r 58 Hill 
'• Harris-on L,* r 58 Hill 

" Henry A,* enrios (il S ^Nlain. r 290 Yj College 
*' Hiram, r S ^lain bey limits 
" John G,* willi F M Lindsey, r 10 Vance 
^' John H,* wks F M Lindsey, r 85 Orange 
" John W,* carp, r 24C E College 
^' Lena Miss, wks McKinnan & Co, bds 58 Hill 
*' Nellie C Miss, with T H Lindsey, bds Sunset Drive 
" Ro'bt, pngr, r S Main bey limits 
" Sarah A (wid Jacob), r S Main bey limits 
*' Sylvanns, r 8 Main bey limits 
" Thos H,* photogr S Court Sq cor S Main, r Sunset 

Drive 
" Wesley E, with T H Lindsey, bds Sunset Drive 

Unebaugli Sarah T INIiss, r Chunns Cove 

Lineberry H Adams,* wks Ashv Tannery, r W Ashv 
" Ohas M,* wks W M Jones, r W Asheville 
" Oliver, wks Ashv Got Mills, bds 507 W Ha\^ood 



WM. G. SMITH, 



Best Tailoring.! 37 

Over 4000 Varieties. ) Si Milll St 



Lingerfelt John L, slmn Bon Marche, r 37 Spruce 

" Mary J (wid L M), r .37 S Spruce 

" S L L, elk Bainbridge's Book Store, r 37 Spruce 

'' Walter I, wks Ashv Cycle Co, r 37 S Spruce 
Lingle Pinkney E,* lunch rm Depot cor S S ave, r 210 

Southside ave 
Linn T E,* j^liys 11^ Church, r 113 Cumberland ave 
L,ipe Danl B.* carp, r S Biltmore 

" Jas 0,* wks Vanderbilt Est, r Biltmore 

" Lucius A,* painter, r S Biltmore 

*' Thos L, wks Vanderbilt Est, r S Biltmore 

" Thos S,* carp, r S Biltmoi'e 
Lipinskv Morris, cashr Bon Marche, r 99 E College 

LIPINSKY SOLOMON,* PROPR BON MARCHE, R 99 

E College 
Litaker W L, brkmn So Ry 
Little Frances Miss, bds 30 Phillips 

" J Scott, mfrs agt 30 Palmetto bldg, r Ramoth 
LITTLE, see also LYTLE 
Livingston John, gunsmith, rms 6 N Lexington ave 



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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 

z'^oz^a'E: 230. 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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Lockliart Kenioun R,* lineman, i- 3G N Pine 

Lockling Henry,* mchst, r 15!) H Main 

Lockwood Hanford N,* attv 4 Taiagon bldg, r Victoria 

" S A Miss, r Montford 
Loder Rejiinald H,* r 127 Broad 
Loftain Tli'os J,* painter, r :il7 K ('lollejije 
Lo*;an ('lav (\* engr Ashy I & (' Co, i- W Ashv 

LOGAN WM E,* V-PRES ASHEVILLE ICE & COAL 

Co, r W Aslieville 
Lollar RO'bt S,* engr So Ry, r 1)7 Depot 
Loniinac Clias X, carp, rnis 23 N Main 

" Henry,* janitor Co Court Hse, r W Aslieville 

*' Louis,* carp, r W Ashv 
Londion Harvey R B,* r ^^' Ashv 

'' Lee,* fii-eman So R}-, r 107 Park ave 
Londow Louis Rev,* rabbi Jewish Congregation, r i 

Merrinion ave 
Long Jodin, lineman ^^' U Tel Co, bds Eagle Hotel 

" Mo'ses D,* mer. r 70 Park ave 

" Robert A,* slum Ashv Hdw Co, r 284 E College 

" Thos B,* r Ramoth 



WOODBURYpnAI COMPANY. 

Telephone 344. UUHL 



Office No. 6 Patton Ave. 



ALL KINDS OF 
HARO AND 
SOFT COAL. 



Longbottoni's Barber Parlors, R F Longbottom propr, 
14 Patton ave 
'' Robt F,* propr Longbottom's Barber Parlors, r IS 

Starnes ave 
LORICK JAS M* (LORICK & CO), R 25 ARLINGTON 

Phice 

LORICK & CO (J M LORICK, G F SMITH), TRANSFER, 

storage, piano and safe moving and furniture 
packed for shipment, office 28 Patton ave, 
storage 39 W College 
Losey O M,* barkpr Eureka Saloion, r Haywood 

LOUGHRAN FRANK,* PROPR THE NEW HOTEL 

Berkeley, pres The Bonanza >A' c^ L Co, r lOf) N 
Main 

LOUGHRAN JAS H, PROPR ACME WINE & LIQUOR 

House, r same 
Love Bedford E, druggist C A Raysor, bds Dunrobin 
" Elizabeth Miss, dressmkr Miss L M Browne, r 97 E 

College 
" J R, brkmn So Ry 
" Rachel Miss, r 4 Oakdale ave 



When you want to reach the EN J IRE 



ADVERTISERS, 

way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thorou§:hfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUM MER, Manager, Office in Opera House Building. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co. 



OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 

DOMESTIC AMD IMPORTED CICARS 



1899 1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



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L(>\'e Rebecca Mrs, r 162 S Beaumont 
Ix>vett Timothy,* lab, r rear 82 Hall 
Low Jas F. condr S-o Rj, nns 452 Depot 

" Wm V,* engr So Ry, r 237 Haywood 
Lowe Herbert L, student, r 210 E College 

'' Pleasant ^V,* produce 25-1 N Main, r 210 E Collej>e 
Lowell Harriett N Mrs, r 77 Oliarlotte 

" Jennie M Miss, tchr Asbv College, r 77 Charlotte 
Lowrance Blair, student, bds 32 Baile.y 

" Wm E,* IT S stoa'ek])r & gauger, r'32 Bailev 

LOYALL GEO R, DIV SUPT SO RY, RMS 170 HAY- 

LUCAS EDWIN R, CASHIER BLUE RIDGE NATIONAL 

Bank, rms 35 Temple Court 
Luke Cathrine A Mis«, trained nurse, r 21 Seney 
Lukens Editb S Mrs, r 169 Patton ave 
Lumley Frank A, wks The Gazette, r 51 Blanton 
" Geo C, carp, r 51 Blanton 
Lummis Rose Miss, rms 83 Montford are 
Lumpkins D W,* driver Biltmore Nursery, r Biltmore 
Lunsford Caney E,* lab, r 4 Central ave 



J. H. WEAVER & GO, 



R£AL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Property 
for Sale and Rent. 



'' Edwin, wks A J Moore, r same 

" Jas, wks White Pine Dairy, r same 

" Julia Miss, domesitic Mrs C G Aston, r 63 Church 

" W Harley,* ins agt, r 65 N Pine 
Lusk I>elia Miss, rms 163 Haywoiod 

•' Mauiie E Miss, r 199 E College 

" Vin^^l S,* atty 7| B W Court Sq, r 10!) E College 
Luther Aloiizo,* r 17 Walnut 

LUTHER DILLON M, CITY ATTY 12-13 LEGAL BLDG, 

rms same 

" Harriet Miss, r 71 Hill 

" I.ee, wks Ashv Tel Co, bds 83 S ^lain 

" Mamie Miss, dk)mestic T W Shelton, r same ■ 

" Robt H, elk W C Stradley, bds 19 Irstarnes ave 
Lyda Alonzo, coachman, r Victoria 

"■ Lillian Miss, r rear 52 Woodfin 

" Minnie Miss, r 340 Bailey 
Lyerly Allen A,* elk M W Noblil^, bds 320 Bailey 

" Chas B, yd eondr So Ry, r 4 Spring 

" D Kelly,* mtmn Ashv St Ry, r 320(P>) Short Bailey 

LYERLY JOHN A,* CHIEF OF POLICE, R 5 ATKINSON 



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in addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical Colleye The Philadelphia 
^ymg-in-Charity. Tiie Pennsylvania School of Anatomy ad Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 



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Briar and Meerschaum Pipes 

south of New York at th^ Cig&T Sta.nd. 

,S ti ^ :.:aloney's asheville 

Lyerly Marcellns W,* policeinan, r 5 Sprinji; 

'" ^^'m K,* blk«mitli, r 4 Si)rinj; 

•' ^Vlu K jr, vd instr So Hy, r 4 Spring 
I^yinuu A H, r Sunset Drive 

•• C E, 1- Sunset Drive 

'• Chester Mis, r Sunset Drive 
J>yncli Jane S (Mrs S S), vegetables 12 Central mkt, r 
]0 Spruce 

" Scott S,* carp, r 10 Spruce 

" Stephen S,* elk, r 10 S Spruce 

" AA'm R, elk S^o Ex Co, bds 10 S Spruce 
Lytle John M,* carj), r 37 Sitarnes ave 

" J B, tinner Mol'herson & Olark, bds 37 Starnes ave 

" Wm O,* wks J R Rich & Son, r 283 S Main 

" Zebulon C, opr, r 37 vStarnes ave 
LYTLE, see also LITTLE 

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r± ^[ace J no M, wks So Ry frt depot, r 172 Avery 

S " iSewsom A,* wks So Ry frt depot, r 172 Avery 

'^ /^^l I DTIU C V'C ) Fine Clothing and Furnish- 

^ W^UrvimCl Ov ings. Young's Hats,Hanan's 
^ 18 Patton Avenue ) Shoes — 

:^ ]\[a(hin Jno* (Market St W W Co), r W Asheville 

^ IMack Jacob A,* lab, r 508 W Haywood 

c-3 Mackey Daisv Miss, domestic Mrs A E Pease, r same 

S MACKEY JOHN J* (MACKEY & INGLE), COUNTY 

S registrar of deeds, r 157 Hay^^"Olod 

'' & Ingle (J J Mackey, J M Ingle), proprs Riverside 
Undertaking Co 
MACKEY, see also McKAY 

MACKIE GEO H,* PROPR CHURCH ST RESTR, R 

same 
Maddux Lewis,* office 10 Palmetto bldg, r 100 Merri- 
nion ave 
CQ ^ Mahathy Albert, farmer, r Ramoth 

" Thos M,* farmer, r Ramoth 
Mallory Franklin Mrs, proprss New England Home, r 

same 
Malone Albert H, elk So Ex Co, bds Ashv Hotel 
" Chas N, student, r 71 Orange 
" f 'has ^^^* repOTter Tlie (lazette, r 71 Orjyige 
^' H B, wks AYilkinson Lbr Co, r 24 Bailey ' ' 



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Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE tc COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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MALONEY DIRECTORY CO (THE), THOS J MALONEY 

<^eiil inji'i". iMihlishers Asheville City Directory, 
G5 Ivy SI. P O Box (HM), Atlanta, Cm 

Maltin C Lester,* bkr, bds 5;> E Collejje 

Manbeim Fb)reiice Miss, slslady Tbc ]>altiinore, r 5G 
N S]>rnce 

Manlev (Jeo \\',* Avks Asb\- Milliii<i Co, r 7:> Avcm'V 

MANOR (THE), THE ALBEMARLE PARK CO PRCIPRS. 

Mrs (Mias :M Tlatt m«ir, Albemarle Park 
Marcus Max,* slum ^l V Moore, r 82 Penland 
Marjio Terrace, N French P.ioad ave s e cor Havwood 

MARION FATHER, PASTOR ST LAWRENCE CATHO- 

lie (Muirch, i- 9") Haywood 
" ]\Iary (wid Jno), r *J5 Haywood 

Market St Wood Working Co ((J W Donnan, J E 
Stevens, J ^lacliin, T S Atkins), lumber, sasb, 
doors, blinds, etc. Market nr Eagle 
Marlow Brisco ^I,* wks A AVernwag, r 26 N Pine 

" W Burgin,* wks A Wernwag, r 181 Broad 
^larquardt Andrew J,* barkpr Acme AA' «!s: L House, 
r im S :\rain 



Carolina Goal Go. 



Office Phone 133. Yard Phone 144. 
OFFICE 23 PA TTON A VE. 

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MARQUARDT PHILIP A, SECY & MGR BONANZA 

Wine & Liquor Co, rms 47 S ^Nlain 
" I'liilip P, bai'k})r The Berkeley, r same 

Marshall Jas P,* tobacconist, r 188 Woodfln 
" Jno, di'iver J^l Reeves, rms same 
" Lucy Miss, nurse H T Collins, r same 

Marsteiler Wvatt, r 41 Atkin 

Martin Chas L, elk C F Ray, bds 55 E College 
'' Elizabeth Miss, slslady A M Field, r 18 Hiawassee 
*' Jas R, brkmn So Ry, bds 144 Park ave 
^' John,* carp, r S Biltmore 

*' Jno A, i^lumber McPherson & Co, bds Arcadia Htl 
'' Julia :Miss, wks Ashv Skt Co. bds 52 Woodfin 

MARTIN JULIUS C* (MARTIN & WEBB), R 102 

Chestnut 

MARTIN & WEBB (J C MARTIN, C A WEBB), ATTYS 

1-2 Palmetto bldg 
^lason Amanda Miss, servant E p] McDowell, r same 
" Bertha E Miss, student, r 30 N French Broad ave 
" Burton C, carrier Citizen, r 86 N French Broad ave 



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* 'Mason (ieo, elk S J Harris, r Kenihvoitli 

^ " Jas, lab, r 7 Walnut 

m " Luther,* r 7 Walnut 

" Stoner, r 7 Walnut 
M " Wm D,* driver J C Swink, r Kenilwortb 

W •' W'ni T,* sec & treas Tlie Dickson-Mason iJbr Co, 

ir 'M N Frencli B ave 

^M MASONIC HALL, 33 PATTON AVE 

n Massagee Cbas A, r 26 Seney 

p ''J Frank,* carp, r 2G Seney 

u :Massey AA ni T,* lab, r Montford 

H Masters Jno F, loans 3 E Ct Sq, bds Arcadia Hotel 

Q '' Wni A, elk J F Masters, bds College cor Haywood 

Matliewson ( 7 race I), carp, r S Biltmore 
Q Mathis Governor M,* slum A M Field, r 20 Starnes ave 

jm\ Matiigon Franices Miss, tdlir Parish School, r S Biltnioi-e 

ISIatthews B F,* mtnm I M St R R, r nr Pearson's Brdg 
"• Levi,* wks Grand Opera Hse, r 287(285) E College 
"' Percy, mtnm I ^1 St K R, r nr Pearson's Bridge 

Mattoon Mary L Miss, asso prin N i^ C Inst, r same 

Maxwell Chas L, genl utility elk P O, r 70 Haywood 

PAT IV!c!NTYREJ CLU B SALOON 

53 South Main, ) f>zxoisrx3 218. 

MAX^^'ELTO^' building, 40-42 PATT0N~AVE 

May Brooks A,* mgr The Cash Grocery & Conf Store, 
r 507 A\' Haywood 
'• Henry P,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 25 Buxton 
" Luther, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r W Asheville 
" Victor, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r W Asheville 
'' W A, wks Biltmore Nursery, r AV Asheville 
" AVni M,* foren)n Biltnioiv Nui-serv. r W Ashv 

Mayes Addie (wid H), r 111 Cumberland ave 

Mayton Ira,^" wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 122 Hall 
" John,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 122 Hall 

McAbee Delia Miss, wks Asliv Cot Mills, r nr same 
" Frances Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 
" Henry,* lab, r A\' Haywood ur Roberts 

McAdam P^dwin W, mgi' McAdam Pig House, rms 3 
N W Ct Sq 
" I'rinting House, R W McAdam i»ro])r, E W Mc- 
Adam mgr, 3 N W Ct Sq 
" R W,* ])ropr McAdaui Ptg House, r Chunn's Cove 

McAFEE BT^ILDING, 30-34 Patton ave 

McAfee C Mrs, r 42 N Fiench Hi-oad ave 

McAFEE, s( e also McFEE 



L. A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



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AIcHeo Tlios.* coiidr So Rv, bds C1(M1 R Hotel 

McBRAYER L BURGIN,* PHYS 11-13 McAFEE BLDG, 

r A>'est Asbeville 

^NfcCabe Hattie Miss, v 18 Starnes ave 

:McCafl:'erty Amos,* r 82 Orange 

McCall Robt S,* solicitor criminal courts, r 28 Bilver 
" Rufus, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 142 Roberts 
" Sallie Miss, wks H Petrie, bds 4 Oakdale are 
*• Tlios, carp, r 4 Oakdale ave 

McCallister David,* mattress mkr, r 3 View 
*• Wm,* lab, r 3 View 

McCauliss Ada Miss, wks Ashv Skt Co, r 204 E College 
" David M,* patent medicines, r 8 S SpTuce 
'• Jas M,* photogr 7 Patton ave, r 97 Blanton 
'• S Alonzo,* phogtr 32 Patton ave, r 98 Blanton 

ilcCarson Caroline Miss, cook W O Cory, r same 
" Clelo, wks Biltmore Dairy, r B Biltmore 
'• David.* lab, r 100 Pearson ave 
" Ida Miss, wks Asliv Stm Ldry, r 100 Pearson ave 
" Lillie Miss, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 100 Pearson ave 
" Louisa (wid S A), r S Biltmore 



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STOI^ES 

OFFICES 

I^HRLiTY. 



'' W Monroe,* slmn Ashv Hdw Co, bds 205 Woodfin 
McCarty Jasper, lab, r 3 Richard 
McClatchey ^[argaret ^I Mrs, seamstress, r 80 S Main 

" Ernest J,* wks Biltmore Nurseries, bds S Biltmore 
ilcCloskey Jos J, secy Swannanoa County Club, bds 
82 Chestnut 

McCOLLUM E DUFF,* SUPT WATER WKS, R 511 W 

Haywood 

McCONNELL BROS (J H JR, W C), WHOL FRUITS & 

j»roduce, 40 N Main 

McCONNELL JAS H JR* (McCONNELL BROS), R 145 

X :Main 

McCONNELL WM C* (McCONNELL BROS), R 145 N 

Main 
^[(•Courrv Joshua F. wks S O Smith, r rear 79 X Main 

" Xelson,* lab, r 437 X Main 

" W W,* r rear 79 X Main 
]\rcCoy Alfred L,* engr So Ry, rms 102 Park ave 

'' Tlios (\* depy Int Rev Collr, r 97 Park ave 
McCracken R H,* piano tuner, bds 53 E College 

" Raniav H, bds 3G Senev 




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Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

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1^ Chickens, Eggs. 



•^ BICYCLES I 



"EA6LE" f ASHEVILIE CYCLE CO. 

01 CUCI lUn 1 KLGK.VEC.SAWVKK, Prop. 

ILbVcLAND I is and 20 CHURCH STKEET. 



McCrary E Hart,* engr Kenilworth Inn, r Kenilworth. 

'* Frank,* bdg hse, 99 Haywood 
McDairis Mack, wks Asliv Cot Mills, r nr same 
McDevitt Cornelius, elk F O'Donnell, rnis 19 N Main 
McDivitt Saml P,* r Victoria 
McDonald Cora Mrs, bds 98(90) Patton ave 

" Eugenia ]\r ]\Iiss, student, r Bon Air 

IVIcDONALD GEO U* PROPR THE BON AIR, R SAME 

•• \\ infield,* lineman, rms 289 S Main 
McDowell Edw E,* carp, r 387 S Main 

" Eliza C (wid J H), r 30 Cumberland ave 

•• (leo M,* grocer Victoria, r same 

" John H,* r Fair St nr Depot bey limits 

" ]\Iaud Miss, wks W L Kiser, r same 

" Sallie E Miss, caslir H S Courtney, r 01 Victoria av 

" Karali L (wid ^^'m W), r 417 S Main 

" \Vm \\', r 01 Victoria ave 

" W (Jaston,* r 01 Victoria ave 
:McE)nitli Carroll ^I, steward B P Htl, r 58 Central ave 

*' Jackson \V, liunman Asliv Tel Co, rms Fire Dept 



WILLIAMSON & CO. """"'^^S^.Sg''*"^' 

(6 Patton Avenue. UpholStefy GOOdS, EtC. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Paitnn Avenue. 
Tefe/jhone No. 132. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTOR Y 



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McElrath Juo W,* carj) B P Hotel, i- 58 (Vutral ave 
" Minnie Y, Miss, opr So Bell T Co, v 58 Central ave 
'' AY J, lineman Ash Tel Co, v 58 Central ave 

McElroy Nicholas M, printer Citizen, bds 31 Haywood 

McEwen ^Yooster B (W B McEwen & Co), r 60 Patton 
ave 
'' W B & Co (W B McEwen, P S Gibson), lumber GO 
Patton ave 

McFadden A Mrs, r 17 Hill 

McFall Jos R* (Miller & MeFall), r 402 Flint 

McFarland Plato, r West Asheville 
" Ransom, r West Asheville 
" Richard,* mail carrier, r West Asheville 

McFarlin W Z,* wks Biltmore Dairv, r So Ry s bey lini 

McFEE AMBROSE W,* MEATS, STALL D CENTRAL 

Market, r 22 Turner 
" W M, driver Model Stm Ldry 
McFerrien Katie Miss, bds S Main bey limits 
McGarry Jos,* propr Tuxedo, r same 
McGinn — (McKinnon «& Co), bds Arcadia Hotel 
McGuire Connie Miss, wks Ashv S Ldry, r 53 E College 



WM. C. SMITH, 



Best Tailoiing.J 37 

S. Main St 



Over 4000 Varieties. 



McHarge W^ Raymond,* brkmn So Rv, bds 101 Park ar 
" W W, brkmn So Ry 

^Icllbee Amanda Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
" Nat,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 

Mclntire F Robt,* brick layer, r 19 Short 
*' ^A'm A, wks W M Jones, r 146 Robertis 

McINTIRE, see also McINTY^RE 

Mcintosh Lizzie Miss, seamstress, r 86 Woodfin 
*' Phinettie J Miss, dressmkr Mrs Bradford, r 6 Cen- 
tral ave 

Mclnturfif Edgar M, plumber, bds 31 Haywood 
'^ Fred W (Mclnturff & Cobb), bds 31 Haywood 
" Hugh O, wks Wm Farr, bds 31 Haywood 
" Robt* (Abernathy & Mclnturff), r 31 Haywood 
'' & Cobb (F W Mclnturff, G O Cobb), nifrs and dlrs 
tob and cigars, 14 Patton ave 

^Iclntyre Barney, lab, bds 58 Hill 
'' Cornelius B, brkpr G W Sorrels, rm Palmetto bldg 
" Clarence D, stage mgr Grand Opera Hse, rms same 

MclNTYRE PAT,* PROPR THE CLUB SALOON, AGT 

Aiijiusra Brew C^o, 53 S Main, r 36 Clayton 




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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 



:C>3>a^JE3 230. 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 



Leads the South. 



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PHONE 95. 



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Mclntwe \\ in C, lisli & oyster stall G Central Mkt, bds 

10 Central ave 
McIXTYRE, see also McINTIRE 

Mclver Herbert W,* lineman Ashv Tel Co, rms Bar- 
nard bldg 
McKay J E,* engr Battery Park Hotel, r 104 Haywood 

MeKAY, see also MACKEY' 

McKee S L, optician 45 Patton ave, bds 76 E College 

" Jas L, r o9 Haywood 

" Ollie Miss, domestic Rev C W Byrd, r same 
^IcKeithau Danl H,* wks So Ry shops, r 298 Depot 
McKenish John, lab, r 16 Oakdale ave 
McKenzie C W,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r W Asheville 
McKinley Grace Miss, r 102 Haywood 
iNlcKinney Jno C,* coupler So Ry, bds 5 Rollins, 
McKinnon Doug R* (McKinnon & Co), r 118 Charlotte 

" & Co (D R McKinnon, — McGinn), mer tailors, 66 
Patton ave 

McKISSICK EDWIN P, PROPR THE BATTERY PARK 

Hotel, r same 
McLaughlin David M, printer Gazette, bds 79 N Main 



WOODBURY pn A I COMPANY. 

Telephone 344. bUHL 



Office No. 6 Patton Ave. 



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McLean W Henrv,* tirenian So Ry, r 853 W Haywood 
McLeod Daisy Miss, bds 3 Gray Gables 

" Nana Miss, trained nurse, bd'S 3 Gray Gables 
McLoud C N Mrs, r !234 N Main 

" Irene Miss, tchr Orange St Schl, r 234 N Main 

McLOUD LAWRENCE P* (MERRICK & McLOUD), R 

234 N Main 
McMahan P W,* wks Biltmore Nursery, r S Biltmore 
McMahon J \V, sitock claim agt So Ry, rniis 14 Sondlev 

bldg 
McMinn Jas M,* pharmacist West End Drug Store, 
bds Earle Court 
" Robt,* r 04 Hillside 
McMurray Maggie Miss, domestic H J Olive, r same 
" Ziria Miss, domestic S H Chedester, r same 

McNAMEE CHAS,* GENL MGR BILTMORE EST, R 

Victoria 

McNeel}' — , plumber, rms 12 N Court Sq 
" Edward, teamster, rms 12 N Court Sq 
'' Jas B,* yd foremn So Ry, r So Ry s bey limits 

McNeils Danl, barkpr Club Saloon, bds Eagle Hotel 



SHEVILLE 
DVERTISING 
CENCY 



Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
Control City Street-Car Advertising. 

Prepare and place Newspaper Advertising. 
Contractors for Western North Carolina. 



J. D. PLUMMER, Manager. 



Office in Opera House Bnildinr- 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO, 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



OPPOSITE 

POST .. 
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eAt ESTATE. 

ty and Suburban Property 
for Sale and Rent. 



J, H. WEAVER & CO," 

Meais riaience L, slnm G A Mears, r 145 S Main 
'• Chde E, slmn G A ]\Iears, r 145 S Main 
'• Frank A, propr Lexington Stables, bds 145 S Main 
" G A,* drv goods, clo, etc, 29-33 S Main, r 145 S Main 
" G A & Son (G A & R L), genl mdse 527 W Haywood 



181»9-ll)()0 CITY DIRECTORY 225 

Mcpherson james c* (Mcpherson & clark), r 

35 Stai-nes ave 

Mcpherson & clark (j c mcpherson, t g ^ 

Clark), plumbers, stoves, tinware, etc, 43-45 E ?• 

College (see adv 0])p preface) g 

McQUILKINAH, EDITOR & PROPR ASHEVILLE g 

IMctures & Pencilings 1)5 E College, bds The r" 

Winyah P 

McQuillan Bertha ^Miss, maid Quisisana Sanitarium, r y 

same ? 

McRee Sallie S (wid J F), r 86 Central ave h 

Meacham Wattie D, rms 199 Park ave |> 

]\Ieadows Abijah M,* wks Children's Home, r same • 

" Euphie (wid — ), r 40^ N Main ° 

" Jas F, janitor Temple Ct, r 40^ N Main | 

" Mary M (Mrs A M), matron Children's Home, r same 

'•' Ulysses S,* carp, r 94 East 

Cleans J H,* painter, bds Ashv Hotel 

'• Robt H,* engr So Ry, r 141 Park ave 
]\reares Gaston,* trv slmn, r 39 Atkin 
'' Jos E. trv slmn, r 40 Atkin 





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Jav, slmn G A Mears, r 145 S Main ^ " <s * 

Robt L* (G A Mears & Son), r 527 W Havwood j> f 5 j 

Saml P,* clothing 35 S Main, r 29 S Main ^ t ^ '* 

Walter, student, r 145 S Main w ^' S o 



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Mease Ellen Mrs, r rear 537 W Haywood 

'' Thos, lab, r rear 537 W Haywood 
]\IEASE, see also MEECE 
Mebane Geo A, secy & treas Asheville Cot Mills, r 

Greensboro N C S 

llechling Katharine J Miss, tchr N & C Inst, r same s 

" Lvda ]Miss, asst matron N & C Inst, r same '^^ 

Medcalf J Frank,* with Hough & Roberts, bds 45 S § 

French Broad ave o ^ 

lEEDCALF, see also METCALF P .g 

Medford P Lebo, wtchmn Farmers Whse = 

Medley Julia Mrs, r 150 N Lexington ave , „ 



WHEN YOU WANT A PRESCRIPTION FILLED, remember the head of our establishment. 
ui addition to 20 years' drug experience, Is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College, The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy a^d Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST TOURIST 
AND COMMERCIAL 
HOTEL IN ASHEYILLE 



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Medley ^^ ui,* lab, r 150 N Lexin^iou ave 
Meeoe Jolm W* (Meece & Elkins), v West Asheville 
•• vVc Elkins (J W Meeee, W C KUdns), biksmitbs W 
Asbeville 
Meblmanii Jno,* r 97 Hillside 

]\Ieixel Chas,* butcber Zimmei'inan & W, r 36 Spruce 
Melke House, Mrs H T Adickes proprss, bdg 420 W 

Haywood 
^lelton Allen L,* arcbitect 11-12 Sondley bldg, r 22 

Bearden a^e 
" Drayton,* wks Asbv Cot Mills, r nr same 
" Jno W',* cattle dealer, r 280 Sontbside ave 
Men's Outfitfer (M V Moore), clot'hing & furaisbings. 

11 Patton ave 
]Mercer Annie E (wid S C), r 444(42) W Haywood 
•' Jno,* wks Asbv Cot Mills, bds 165 Roberts 
- Jos M, office boy Wm Jobnston jr, r 442(42) W 
Haywood 
:Meridefb i)ella Miss, rnis 79 X Main 

MERIWETHER FRANK T,* PHYS 14 GROVE, R SAME 

•' () Kayniond, r 250 X Main 
^Q U PTIVI P V'C / '''"^ Clothing~lnd Furnish 



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18 Patton Avenue ) Shoes 

]Merkeley Clara Miss, sped nurse Oakland Hts, r same 
^Merrell Alex J, genl nidse 327 W Haywood, r same 
" David L.* elk C S (^ooper, r 20S Woodfin 
•• J Erwin,* mgr Laurel Valley Saloon, r same 
'• Pink O, genl nidse 320 S ^Nlain. r 300 S Main 
OO ^ •• Wni J, plumber, r 20(2) Sorrell 

^M 3 Merrick Clittord S, steno IJilTniore X'ursery. rms 33 

^ 2 MERRICK DUFF (MERRICK & McLOUD), R 250 

^NIouHord ave 
I^ S " Frank, lumberman, i- 2.")0 Moutt'ord ave 

azi ^ MERRICK ^> McLOUD (DUFF MERRICK & L P Mc- 

K!*^ >- Loud), attys, 1 L egal bldg 

^"^ as DUFF MERRICK, LAWREVCE P. McLOUD,^ 

CX-i T? ^"otaTv Public. 

u. MERRICK & McLOUD 

^^ ^ /\ttorneys eit La\A/ 

' Legal Building, ASHKVILLE, N. C. 

t^ Practice in «11 the Courts of thft Ptite. Spciftl attention giv^n t^ Fxamina- 

tion of Titles in all th° Counties of Western N' rih Carcliua, end to 

the Forma inn < i Corp "rations. 

REFERENCES: Battery Furk Bank and Blue Ridge Na'iopal Bank. 

N. :-i.— Correspondence in Reference to Wp.fcterii North Canlina InveBtments 

Solicited. 



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WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, .... 
CARPETS, RUGS, 1 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE $( COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
In all the Best Grades of Coal. 

82 I*-<a^TT03Xr u<%.'\7"E2XrXJJES. X>ZZ03K'S: 40. 



1899 1900 CITY DIRECTORY 227 



Mpiri}j:an Bieudan V, bds .\'2 Bailey 

M(M rimoii Emoiv H,* altv, v 70 N Pi'eucb Broad ave 

MERRIMON HOUSTON, bKPR BLUE RIDGE NATION- 

al Bank, i- ;{(I0 S Fiviuh Broad ave 

MERRIMON JAS H (MERRIMON & MERRIMON), R 

:!()0 S French Broad ave 

MERRIMON J GIBBON* (MERRIMON & MERRIMON), (D 

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Temple ( 'ourt 

3[esser Sanil. ba^nin So Ky. bds :U0 \Y Haywood W 

" Wm K,* elk I) (i Xoland. r VAS Bailey ' g 

:Metcalf Henry, r :i2ll(a) Short Bailey ^ 

•■ Mont, carp, r :il*0(a) Short Bailev 
:\rEa'(\VLF, see also MEDCALF 
Metz Jos.* lab, r Chnnn's Cove 

Mevers Morris, attv 20 Palmetto bldg, r same P 

MEYERS, see also MYERS K» 

Michalov Isaac.* orocer Eajiie n e cor Yallev, r same H 

MICHALOV SOLOMON H,* PROPR I X L GROCERY, 

1- KH E Colleoe ^ 



:Miles Fidelia I'., wks Ashv S( Ry. bds 100 S Main 

•' (laston M. mtmn Ashv St Ry, bds 100 S Main 

•• Jno 1),* slmn Singer Mfg' Co, r 36 S Spruce 

:Milham E B Mrs, bds 20 Clavton == 

Milholland L A* (Patton & Milholland), r S Biltmore f" 

MILLARD CHARLTON C, LIVERY 27 HAYWOOD, R "f^ g 

5:', \\' College ^ S: 

" Herbert R, r 53 W (^ollege W oa O 

" Josephine E (wid Dr I) T),r 53 W College O S W 






:\til lender M Chas,* phys 8-9 Paragon bldg, r 233 Mont^ C _. 

ford ave 3" <" 

^Miller Archie A, r Chnnn sCove g 

" Cages, wks Ashv Cot ^lills, r nr same S '^ 

•• Carolina Y Miss, r 270 E College ») ** 

'' Carrie Miss, r 09 Hall 5' ^ 

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" Cassie M Miss, wks Paris Med Co. r 09 Orange ^ - £2 (|Q 

" Chas H, elk. r 270 E College hT £ 

•• Claricy E iwid G W). r :U Hill * m ""^ W 

" Claudius H* (H Redwood & (W), r 24 N Spruce q C 

" C Henrv jr, student, r 24 X Spruce j+ ^ 

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. A. bnCCH, The Lea ding Fan cy Grocer. 



53 Patton Avenue. 



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BUILDERS' HARDWARE Given 

Always on Hand Prompt Attention. 

ASHEVILLE HARDWARE COMPANY. 



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Livery, Feed and Sale Stables 

FULL LINE OF 

FIRST-CLASS LIVERY 

Rubber Tired Buggies. 



Prompt Attention paid to all Orders. Open day 
and night. Riding lessons given. 



C. C. MILLARD, Proprietor. 



Phone 180 



27 HAYWOOD STREET. 



PAT MclNTYRE, 

Agent AUGUSTA BREWING GO. 



Beer Botiled Daily. 

53 South Main. Phone 218. 



Miller Jas A, wks J H Coffey, r Majorie 

"■ Edward M, wks J C Henninger, r 60 Hall 

■" Ellis, elk H J Olive, r W Asheville 

" E])hraini S,* wks Ashv Drav Co, r 11 Oakdale ave 
MILLER FRANCIS M,* MAYORASHEVILLE, R 270 E 
College 

" Frank B* (Miller & McFall), r 13 Starnes ave 

" Frank D, dispr So Rv, rms 21 Drbiimor bldg 

" Geo F,* carp, r IM East 

" Gertrude ^liss, student, r Victoria 

•" Harlev E, trv slniu, r 19:> Patton ave 
MILLER HARMON A,* MGR CAROLINA COAL CO, R 

171 Montt'ord ave 
" Henry C, elk AY U Tel Co, r 13 Starnes ave 
" Henrv W,* siipt Life Ins Co of Va, r Victoria 
" Hugli S,* elk, r 29 Starnes ave 
" Jacob H,* r 69 Orange 
" Jas,* farmer, r Chunn's Cove 
" Jas A,* carp, r 193 Patton ave 
" Jas M,* yd mgr W H Westall, r 69 Hall 
" J Arthur,* cabinet mkr, r Chunn's Cove 



L. A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary PubliC. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co. 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



opposnE 

Posloffice. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



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Miller J Drayton,* yd elk So Ry, r 98 Bailey 
" Katie (wid Clias), bds li riiillips 
" Kennie U, cabinet mkr, r Cliunn's Cove 
" Lillie Miss, wks Paris Med Co, r 09 Orange 
'■ Mary Miss, bds 28 Eagle Terrace 
'• Miniiie Miss, wks Asliv Skt Co, r 34 Hill 
" N B, wks E E Brown, r same 

MILLER OTIS A,* TAILOR W C SMITH, R 10 BEN- 

nett 
" r A.* tuner McP'herson & ( Mark, i- 4.3 X Pine 
" Robt L, elk W H Westall, bds 144 Hill 
" Rufus A,* carp, r Chunn's Cove 
" Sinie H,* grocer Mountain eor Clemmons, r same 
*' Ulysses !?>'■ (Miller cV: Kennedy), r 29 Starnes ave 
" «t Kennedy (U S Miller. S Kennedy), proprs The 

Boston Shoe Store, 7 S W Ct Sq 
" & McFall (F B Miller, J R McFall), wall paper, 
paints, etc, 32 N Main 
Milligan Elizabeth R (wid Sanil). r 11(5 Cumberland av 
Millinder Chas H. wks Ashv Tel Co. r 105 Depot 
" p]mily (wid ^'an). r 105 Depot 



STORcS 

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REALTY 



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'- Thos, r 105 Depot 

:\[il]is Edna B JNliss, ehf opr Ashv T Co, r 42^ Haywood 
•• Ida M Miss, opr Ashv Tel Co, r 42^ Havwood 
" Lillie I Miss, opr Ashv Tel Co, r 42^ Haywood 
" Sallie L (wid J M). r 42^ Haywood 
trills D Celeste (wid (' M).V 2 East 
'• p]lizabeth M Miss, rms 31 Penland 
" Ceo H, bkpr. r 46 S French Broad ave 
" Lillie ]Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 118 Roberts 
" Maude Miss, r 42 Hayw^ood 
" Otis C, elk (Hen Rock Hotel, rms same 
" Robt J. eondr So Ry, rms 1 Rollins 
" Sai'ah A (wid AA'm B), r 118 RoDerts 
" Susan Mrs, rms 512 W Haywood 
" Wm J, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 118 Roberts 
Minis Jno A, ehf dispr So Ry, bds 147 Patton ave 
Minoi' C L,* phys 52 Patton ave, r 05 X French Ihoad 
Minton X>ola Miss, domestic E P Hunt, r sanu^ 
Misenheimer David W,* figmn So Ry. r 131 Blanlon 
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RIB-ROCK BOTTOm 

Rule with us. We buy for Casli and soli for 
Casli and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Grade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



BOTTLED GOODS 



.... SPECIALTY .... 



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Mitchel E Afoiida,* geiil iiidse 487 S Main, r 481 same 
^litchell Alex (", uwv, r 7(1 ('linrcli 

" Burke H. elk :M H Hanis, r lid Central ave 

" Carrie C Mrs, r 41 N Hpruce 

•• David G, elk J F Haves & Co, r 80 East 

" 1) Frank,* carp, r 25 Seney 

•• Eliza (wid J F), r 25 Seney 

'• Frank C,* shun Sumner I) i^ Co, i' 8!) Penland 

" F C iNIrs, milliner Sumner 1) iV Co, r 89 Penland 

*' Fred E,* ins agt, r ^lontfoid 

" Lee,* carp, r Chunn's Cove 

" Lou Mrs, millinery 12 Chui-eli, bds 11 Starnes ave 

" Ora C Miss, slslady M H Harris, r 20 Central ave 

" Richard, ptr L Swicegood, r 25 Seney 

•' Robt, elk <T A Greei', r 15 Hiawassee 

" Koselae ^liss, r 76 Cliurdi 

'' Sidney W,* with Car Coal Co & Sunlight O & G Co, 
r 20 Central ave 

" Thos F,* r 101 X Main 

" Thos J, r 80 East 

" Thos M, bkpr W F Snider, bds OS E College 

Renting & Repairing. 



Asheville Cycle Co. 

EUGENE C. SAWYEK, Proprietor. 



18 and 20 Church St. 



'' AY J, dvr Sunlight O & G Co, r 50 Central ave 

'' Wm,* mgr IJiltuu^re Harness Shop, r S liiltmore 

" Wm A, elk E I) Keeling, r 20 Central ave 

" W Edw, r 80 East 
Mobley Mollie E ]Miss, r S Biltmore 
Model Steam Laundry, N W (Jirdwood i)rpr, 24 Church 
Monday Alonza (\'^ grocer 4!)7 Depot, r same 

" C U,* fi-nits & produce 10 (Vntral Mkt, r 407 Depot 
MONDAY, see also MUNDAY^ 
Monson Homer G, rms 16 Grove 
:\ronteath A D, steno Shuford & Shuford, r 22 Blanton 

" Jno, wks H Redwood «S: Co, r 22 I>lant<jn 

" Susan (wid ^\'m), r 22 Blanton 
Moody B<^ssie E Miss, tchr, r Chunn's Cove 

■' Chas E,* fruit growei", r Chunn's (Jove 

" Geo,* lab, r rear 70 N Main 

" Homer, firenin The Gazette, rms 28 N ^lain 

" Jas S, trv slmn, r Chunn's Cove 

" Jiw W 1).* farmer, r 274 N Main 
Mooueyham A\'m F,* wks So lly shops, r 72 Avery 
Moony Jonarhau.* carp, r 4 Frederick 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



<lrowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Patton Avenue. 
Telephone No. 132. 



1890-1000 CITY DIRECTORY 



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Moore Abbie ]Miss, asst Winyah Sanitariiini, r same 
" Alfred, wks Asliv Cot Mills, bds 140 Roberts 
" Anderson,* peddler, r Montt'ord 
"• Audi'ew J,* r Town Mountain, 
*• A Tilson,* wks J K Connallv, r same 

MOORE GARY B,* CLK U S CIRCUIT & DIST COURL 

r 10;> Montford ave 

MOORE CHAS A,* ATTY 17-19 TEMPLE COURT, R 

IIU ^leirimon a\e 
" David (i, ba^nm So Ry, r Flint 
'' Dwight I,* wks AslivV\)t Mills, r 100 Roberts 
'• Eugene, elk, r Kenihvortli 

MOORE FREDERICK,* JUDGE SUPERIOR COURT, R 

34 Oak 
^' Jas A,* foremn car elnrs So Ry, r 70 Depot 
'' Jas L,* tclir, r 2a Rector 

" Jas O,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 12:; Roberts 
" Jas P,* engr So Ry, bds Glen R Hotel * 

" Jane (wid Jas), r 34 McDowell 
" Jno C* F S s'toreki)r & ganger, r 8 Louit^ia 
" Jno Ct,* r 11 Center 

WM P ^MITH .^Best TailoilngJ 37 

f I ITIl Ul Ullll I ll) ^ Over 4^^^n^rleties. ) S. Main St 

'' Julia (wid X Jj, wks H Petrie, r 24 Depot 
" Maggie A (wid (Jeo \\), r 15 Depot 
" Mary (wid H C), r 35 Woodfin 

'' M Van,* men's outlitter 11 Patton ave, r 106 Cum- 
berland ave 
'' Rosa L Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 15 Depot 
*' Thos L,* watciimn Kenilworth Inn, r Kenilworth 
" Vergie G ^Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 15 Depot 
" \ym L,* furniture 11 N W-Court Sq, r Flint 
" Wm \V, dis])at(her P O, rms 15-1(5 Drhumor bldg 
Moorman O P,* bkpi- S C Moorman & Co, r 130 Bailey 
" S C & Co (W L Moorman, J B Jennings), leaf to- 

.bacco N Lexington ave 
" Wilbur L* (S C ^loorman iK: Co), r Lvnchburg Va 

MOOSE JACOB R REV,* PASTOR BETHEL M E CH, 

r 44 I'hifer 
Morgan Annie (wid B), bds 171 S French Broad ave 
" B A (wid G \\), V 40 :Morgan ave 
" Beltnn R,* firemn Kenilworth Inn, r 4 Frederick 
" Bernice Miss, opr So Bell T Co, r 40 Morgan ave 
^' Chas E,* wks Biltmore Nursery', bds Biltmore 



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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

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Z^lSCOPiJZ: 230. 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

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3Iorgan David S, slmn Racket Store, r 38 Penla^rd 
" Jesse M,* detective, r 55 Seuey 
" Jno r,* slum Racket Stoie, r'M) East 
" Jno Vi>'* wks Asliv Cot Mills, r 5 Green 
" Jos X* (J N Morgan & Co), r Ranioth 
" J X & Co, books and stationery, 3 N W Court Sq 
" Josephine (wid J B), v 38 Tenland 
" J Lula Mrs, proprss The Altimont, r same 
" Lula Miss, wks Ashv Skt Co, r 5 W Chestnut 
" Mattie Mrs, rms 4 View 
" Maud M Miss, tchr X & C Inst, r same 
" Mitchell, elk H C Johnson, r 38 Penland 
" X'athan R, r 5 Green 
" Oscar, wks Paris Med Co, r i View 
" R B Mrs, wks Ashv Skt Co, r 30 East 
'' Wm,* hackmn, r 13 Gray 

^loriartv Lizzie Miss, bds 174 Havwood 

MORISOM WM S,* CIVIL ENGR 95 E COLLEGE, BDS 

Cain House 
MORI SOX, see also MORRISOX 
Morris E Clyde Miss, Rives & Morris, bds 25 Bailey 
" Emmett A, carp, r 58 Woodlin 



WOODBURY n 

Telephone 344. U 



ft I COMPANY. 

■ 1 L Office No. 6 Patton Ave. 



ALL KINDS OF 

HAF?L) AND 
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MORRIS EUGENE R, PHYS 11-13 McAFEE BLDG, 

rms same 

" Eulah, driver J B Morris, r same 

" Fredk, tel opr Kenilworth Inn, bds same 

'' Gilbert H,* genl del elk P O, r 130 S French Broad 

" Jno B,* propr Roseland Dairy, r Chunn's Cove 

" Jno F,* engr So Ry, r 19 Rector 
Morrison Alice Mrs, r 15 Hiawassee 

" Hugh, rms Opera Hse bldg 

" S Ephraim,* Avks Vanderbilt Est, r S Biltmore 

" Theo D, student, r Montford 

" Theo S* (T S Morrison & Co), propr Ashv .C & W 
Repository, r Pearson Drv Montford 

" T S & Co (T S Morrison, J H Osborne, T E Clayton, 
W P Pegram), genl mdse & fertlzr 39 X Main 

'' W E, foremn Biltmore Xurserv, r country 
MORRISOX, see also MORISOX' 
Mon-ow Mary B Miss, tchr High Schl, bds 41 X Spruce 

" Wm H, condr So Ry, rms 102 Park ave 
Morse Andi'ew B Rev, r 42 S French Broad ave 

" Ella J :Miss, r 42 S French Broad ave 

Ar^ V F R T I Q P R Q W^^'^ y ou want to reach the EN l IRE 
LI'wdA I IOCIaOji population of Asheville, the ONLY 
way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thoroughfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUMMER, Manager. Office in Opera House Building. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 233 



J. H. WEAVER & CO, 



R^AL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Prtpcrty 
for Sale and Rent. 



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Moore Mary H Miss, r 12 S French Broad ave 

" Miiia J ^liss, r 12 S rreiicli Broad ave 
]\IortfVld Louis,* carp, r 2 N Court Sq 
Morton Julia Miss, wiis Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 

" Wni J,* tcbr Ashv Col for Y M, r same 
Moseley Jas A,* trv slum, r 13 N French Broad ave 

" Jas S,* car inspr So Ry, r Avery 
Moss Saml, wks Biltniore Xursery, bds Biltmore ' 

Mosselar J no S,* locksmith 19 S Main, r same ^ 

Mourer Myer,* shoemkr 22 Js^ Main, r 17 N Main ^ f 

Mull Robt L,* painter, r 290 S French Broad ave I § 

Muller AA' Eugene, elk, r 10 Charlotte § ."< 

" AA'm O,* r 10 Charlotte ^ > P 

Mundav Lizzie (wid C L), r 8 Blake - g . 

MUXDAY, see also MONDAY J I 

]\[unsey Lula Miss, r rear 52 Woodfin g ^ 

' Mary Miss, r rear 52 Woodfin % * 

" Vinie Miss, r rear 52 Woodfin p 

]\Iurdoch Abram, wks Vauderbilt Est, r Bingham Hts ^ 

'• Jno,* wks Vanderbilt Est, r Bingham Hts o 

'• Wallace, r Bingham Hts 



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Murphy Annie C, r 251 S Beaumont 
'* Geo, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 107 Roberts 
" Jas D* (Tucker, Murphy & Curtis), r 102 Haywood 
" Jas J,* drayman E ^l Mitchel, r Chunn's Cove 

Murrav Chas D, lab, r 22 McDoAvell 
'• Jas,* lab, r 22 McDowell 
'' Jas L,* farmer, r So Rv s bey limits 
'' Jno P,* lab, r 31 McDowell* 
" Katie Miss, r rear 52 Woodfin 

" L Jos,* wks Biltmore Xurserv, r So Rv s bev limits i. ?LC;t/3g2 

" Mahale C (wid J L), r 15 S Main * ^ » ^5r| <1 

•• Wm P,* r 15 Madison =? 2.*2 | 

" Warren,* lab, r Victoria » S -CS § ^ 

Zinsser Albert J, mgr Hazel Green Mills, r W Ashv ^^A J« ^g 

Mustin Eli,* mgr Mustin-Robertson Co. r Starnes ave ^% '^ ^ ^z. 

"• -Robertson Co (The), incor, J D Robertson pres; • '^gllliso 

Dell Harris secy and treas,- Eli Mustin mgr,. 5r_3g =-~ 

whol grocers 115 De])ot 5 to ?2!_ 

]\ryors :M F :\Irs, wks Ashv Stm Ldry. r 117 N Main "'^ ,=:^§ 2 

•• .Mon-is (Elvers & Foi'tune). rms Paluietto bldg ^l"!.! ^^ 

"■ Wm P,* i)ainter. r 11 Senev c^s to /- 

WJiiii.s iOU WANT A PrtEaU tvIi:"noN HIL.L.KD, rememoer tne Jieaa oi our esiuDlisnment, 
in addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical CoUefre The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity. The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy aid Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physiciaa 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in ttiis direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 



Berkeley 



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Myers & Fortune, proprs I'alais Boyal, 28 S Main 
MYERS, see also MEYERS 

Myiiok Jno B. nichst Asliv Cot Mills, i- 30 Butxon 
" Nannie J Miss, diessnikr, v 30 Buxton 

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•*-• Sc Xaseman Vollio Miss, niis MS IVnland 

S ^< Nash Chas,* jniinter, 1- (MuHins Cove 

^ S a '• E Leona Miss, bds 24:', ( Jrove 

*5 § " Jas W,* wks Ashv Cot .Mills, r Avery 

CQ }±i " Robt ^^^* di-iver AsHiv (\)t Mills, r Averv 

^^^^^^^^^ Neal R V, elk R M S, rms 27 Drliunior bldg ' 

Xeale I'hilip.* jdasterer, r 30 \\'o()dfin 
g^ XEALE, see also NEILL 

Xe('l\ John \\'' (H Redwood A: Co), r 10 AV Chestnut 
^ Xeijihbors \Vni,* wks liiltniore Nurs'ry, r Chunns Cove 

^ X(m1] Thos I),* r Town Mountain 

5 NEILL, see also NEALE and NEAL 

S Neilson Arthur, wtchmn B P Hotel, r same 

^ Or^l I DTI\J ET VC ) Fine Clothing and Furnish- 

^ \i^V/\/IVll\aC.lO. ings. Young's Hats, Hanan's 

as 18 Patton Avenue ) Shoes. 

^ " Chas C,* U S storekpi' & ijjauger, r 165 Haywood 

^ '• < 'has V,* r 01 AVoodtin 

C£ - Laura H (wid I)r JM L), r 71 Woodtin 

2 Nelson Bertha Miss, cashr Armour I*kg- co, r Church 

S " <"lias J,* contr, r ]07i Bailey 

eae " -lohn I), trv slmn Ai-moui- Pko' Co, r 21 W Chestnut 

2 " Xapoleon B,* blksmitli, r 17!) Bailey 

Netlierton C Z, rms 12 N^ Court Scj 
" P'liza ^liss, r rear 52 >\^()odtin 
" Mollie Miss, servant J H Rhinehart, r same 
Neville House (The), R O Neville i)ropr, 46 S Main 

" Robt O, propr The Neville Hse, r same 
New England Home, Mrs Franklin-Mallory propr, bd^ 
102 Patton ave 

NEW HOTEL BERKELEY (THE), FRANK LOUGHRAN 
NEWELL DWrGHT W,* TRAIN MASTER SO RY, R 45 

S French Broad ave 
" Emma Z (wid Harmau), r 45 S French Broad ave 
^Xewton Academy, Kenihvorth 
*' RtMiben T." r nr Pearson Bridge 



WILLIAMSON & GO 



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Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE tc COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
In all the Best Grades of Coal. 

181)!J 1000 CITY DIRECTORY 235 

Nichols Alice M Miss, drcssmkr. i- 120 S French Broad 
avc 
'• Archie, elk -I Spaii^icnherj;. riiis '.>'2 Temi)le Courc 
'• Egbert ( ). r li'O S French Broad are 
'• Jas .7. studeiil. r S,") Libeity 

NICHOLS JOHN A,* PROPR ASHEVILLE STEAM 

Laundry, r .S5 Liberty 
" Mary (wid Kichd). r 120 S French Broad ave 
" Minnie ^liss. wks 1 .Michalov r same 

" Richd F.* lumber inspr, r 24:> Grove p 

Nicholson Artliui- S.* lab, r A\>st Asheville Oj 

Nix Adolphus.* lab. viUii X Main Z 

" Elizabeth J iwid Franki. r I'.KJ X Main M ^^u 

" Isabelle Miss, cook W W West, r same ^ ^^| 
*' Jos. huckster, rms TO N ^lain ,^ ■■■ 

" Jos R. coachman, r '.UVt N Main H 
" Manson (i.* wks Farmeis Warehouse, r 100 Bailev m 
'• Thos.* driver ^V A Reynolds cV: Co. r West Asheville Jj, 

Noble Elizabeth (wid C), r (> Grady ^ 







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rt _ I • g% I A Office Phone 130. Yard Phone 144. I 

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NOLAND DOCTOR G (NOLAND BROS), WHOL & RE- 

tail ^liocer. produce, etc. 1*1 S Main, bds l-KJ 
Bailey 
'• John J.* confr 24i N Main, r i:{2 Bailey 

NOLAND MASSENIE C* (NOLAND BROS), R 136 

Bailey 

NORMAL AND COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG 

Women; Rev Thos I^awrence, D D, prest; Mrs 

Thos Lawrence, prin and treas; S Main, ^'ictoria 

(See Appendix) 
Norris Warren K. slmn M \' ^loore. rms 241 Haywood 
North Asheville .Meat .Market (A B Ba.i«e. T J Revell., 

33 East 
" Carolina S P C A. rm 4 Paraxon bldji' (See A]>iten- 

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•• State Detective Agency. W H Deaver. chf, iL' N <'t 

Square 
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a AltlPPI'i WHOLESALE AND REtXilT 

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^ull^cT's"' m^j^^ Asiieville Hardware Go. 

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Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



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21 fJoftli IVIain Stpeet. Telephone 151. 



PAT fWcSNIYHEJCLUB SALOOI^ 

53 South Main, ) i^hoi^jie: SIS. 

Xortliup W B* (Browii, Nortbup & Oo), r 11 Hiawasseo 

" Wiirard C, carrier Citizen, r 11 Hiawassee 
NORTOM JAS E,* PRES THE GAZETTE PUBLISHING 

Co, and editor The Daily Gazette, r 01 Cliarlotl(3 
" John M,* wks Central Mkt, r Avery 
Xorvill Thos W,* silwemkr, 32.3 Bailey, r same 
" Thos AA' Jr, wks H Bed wood ^: Co. r :{2:i Bailev 

NORWOOD J WILKINS,* PRES BLUE RIDGE NAT 

l>k, r W'ilniinutoii 



OAK HALL BARBER SHOP, BOWMAN & McLEAN 

])roj)rs 1 Bat ton ave 

Oak Hal! Barber Shop. 

BOWMAN & McLEAN. Proprietors. 

HAIR CUTTING, SHAVING, SINGEING 
AND SHAMPOOING. 

Good Razors, Clean Towels and Polite Attention. Give us a 
Trial. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

flo. 1. Patton Avenue. ASHEVlliLiE, fl. C. 



L A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 237 



OAKLAND HEIGHTS HOTEL AND THE BATHS, OAK- » 

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ra}' Battle, prest; J P Artliiu-, secy; Dr Clias w k. 

Yan Berj^eu, treas, Dr Paul Paqiiin, supt; pro- ^ (j 

prietors Oakland Heights Hotel and The Baths, -^ * 

S Main Victoria '» 

OAKS HOTEL, F E PINKMAN PROPR, OAK S E COR I 

Woodfln '► ^ 

DATES J RUSH,* LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES s 3 

:'.8 E College, r 56 E College ^ 

O'Connor Annie (wid Patrick), r 5 Rollins § 

" John H.* flgman So Ry, bds 5 Rollins ^ h^ 

ODD FELLOWS HALL, 18 20 CHURCH 3D FLOOR f g 

Odell Hattie L Mrs, r 1 Marjorie ► '^ JJJ 



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O'DONNELL FRANK,* PROPR THE CAROLINA SA- * *JJ 

loon, r 1(4 Haywood ^^^ 

O'DONNELL JOHN, BRKPR HAMPTON & FEATHERS- 

ton, rnis Opera House L»ldg 

OESTREICHER DANIEL (OESTREICHER & CO), RMS 

17 Sondley bldg 

OESTREICHER & CO (D OESTREICHER), DRY GOODS 

51 l*atton ave 
Ogburn Alfred R. fruit tree agt. bds Eagle Hotel 3 

Ogden J H,* wks Market St ^A' W i'o, v 5 W ChestnuL 
'• J H Mrs, wks Ashv Skt Co, r 5 W Chestnut 
'' Hatfield, r 76 Cherry . m 

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Olive Henry J,* genl mdse 546 W Haywood, r 384 same S" 2 ^ 

Oliver Liftus,* lab, r rear 82 Hall j ^' O^ 

O'Neal Richard, night elk Battery Park Hotel, bds " 2 5' 

same ^^ Cf 

OPERA HOUSE BUILDING, 4143 PATTON AVE ' 5' ■ 

Opperman Florence (Mrs C), r 53 Central ave 5 

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RIB-ROCK BOTTOIM 

Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy, 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 




Imported and Domestic Cigars Sold by tlie Box at Factory Prices at the 

KELEY CIGAR STAND 



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^ Orders Jas M,* wks Asliv Cot Mill, r 8 (ireeii 

> O'Rear Alice Miss, tclir Asliv Ind Sclil, r same 

^ Orpin Annie Miss, slslady China Store, bds 145 E Col- 

c i^se 

O Orr Adelaide Miss, honsekj^r Oakland Hts, r same 

4a " E Marshall,* bowling al 18 N Lexington ave, r liOO 

W E College 

^ " Jas, engr, r Mctoria 

Ift " John B, v Victoria 

^ " Margaret M (wid E M), r 42 \\'oodtin 

■ " Kobt C, r Victoria 
[2 •' Thos F, r 42 Woodfin 

" AVm, slnm H Redwood .^ Co. rnis :>T Patton ave 
g " \\'m A>', elk, r Mctoria 

O Osborne Fannie Miss, r Ramoth 
■^ " Jas H (T S Morrison & Co), rms :V.) N Main 

g- OSBORNE JOHN M, PHYS 7-8 PARAGON BLDG, OF- 

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^ BICYCLES 



1" EAGLE" lASHEVILlE CYCLE CO. 

hliiKNK ('. SA« VKH, Prop. 

18 and 20 CHUKCH SThEET. 



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Ostell Arthur, wks A Wernwag, r 90 Cherry 
" Mary Mrs, r 90 Cherry 

Ottinger Alfred,* revenue service, r 140 Bailey 
" Chas A, student, r 140 Bailey 

Otts — , elk So Ex Co, bds Ashv Hotel 

Our Mountain Home, Beall & Stoner proprs, 8-10 Mc- 
Afee bldg 

Owen Thos W,* fai'mer, r Chunns Cove 

Owens Jesse A,* wks .] H (\)ffey, r Mai-jorie 
" J'os L,* slmn The Baltimore, r 28(1 Southsidc ave 
" Robt T. Avks J H Coffey, bds 8 W Chestnut 

Ownbey Addie S ]\Iiss, wlvS Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 
" liui'ton, student, r rear 24 Orange 
" Cecil, carrier Citizen, r 74 drove 
• Daisy P» Miss, asst I)r R H Reeves, r rear 24 Orange 
" Danl W.* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 
•• Elmer, student, r r(^ar 24 Orange 
'• Eugene A. elk (I A (Ireer. r rear 24 Orange 
" Hei'bert \\'. colli- Citizen, bds 74 Grove 
" Jas M, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r ni' same 
" Lawrence E (Ownbev & Son), r 120 Cheirv 



WILLIAMSON & CO/""''""''"' ^*'*''""' 



BEDDING, 



16 patton Avenue. Upholstery Goods, Etc. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pattttn Avenue, 
Telef.hone No. 132. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



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Ownbey l*arlej A,* elk R L Ownbey, v 74 (xiove 
'• Reuben L,* vegetables 19-20 and 2:i Central Mkt, 

V 145 V^ Collej!;e 
" R Lee, student, v 120 Cherry 
" Sims* (Ownbey & Sou), r 120 Cherry 
" Wni N.* (Ik Mrs M E Foster, r rear 24 Orange 
•' cS: Son (S <S: J> E Ownbey), grocers 7 Montford ave 



race Alonzo A,* wks Ashv 1 & C Co, r 195 Roberts 

Pack (ie(> ^^^* i- 12s Merrlmon ave 

]»ackard EIi/,ab«'th I) Mrs, r IKJ Montford ave 

Page Alvin B (North Ashv Meat Mkt), r :il9 N Main 

'• John L,* policeman, r ;?4^ S Main 

'• Virginia B (wid (1 W), r iil9 N Main 

" W'ni, wks J W Sehartle 
I'ainter A Coleman,* car inspr So Ry, r ^48 W Hay- 
wood 

'* Engle,* tigmau So Ry, bds :M8 W Haywood 

" Hamilton H. c(mdi' So Rv, rms 14:5 Park ave 



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PALACE LIVERY FEED & SALE STABLES, BROWN 

Jii-os })roprs, 29-;)4 S Lexington ave 



FRANK F. BROWN. 



CANIE N. BROWN. 



.. THE PALACE .. 

IJu<?ry, peed ai^d Sale 5tabl(?$ 

BROWN BROTHERS, Proprietors. 



office and Stables, 29 to 34 Ltexlngton Avenue. 
PHONE 117. 

J ^a la is Royal (The), Myers & Fortune proprs, dry good* 

etc, 2<S S Main 
PALMETTO BUILDING, S COURT SQUARE 
Pannel J Clinard, elk Racket Store, bds 126 Roberts 

" W (Moyd, wks Racket Store, bds 12(5 Roberts 

" Thos L.* tpamst<M-, r 12(> Roberts 

PAQUIN PAUL DR,* SUPT OAKLAND HTS HOTEL 
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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

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FXZOPax: 238. 



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PARAGON BUILDINd, 55 PATTON AVE 

PARAGON PHARMACY CO, INCOR AUGUST 1898, 

Baxter Slieinwell, prest; J E Hamilton, secy aud 
treas; druj^s, toilet articles, paints & varnishes, 
agt'S (lunlther's candies & Allegretti's cream 
chocolates, Patton ave cor Haywood, opp P O 
(See Adr) 
Parham Jos B Eev, r 508 W Haywood 
Paris Medicine Co Laboratory No 2, Fred L Seely, 
mgr, mfrs Laxative Bromo Quinine, S Main s e 
cor Atkin 
Parish J H.* r 413 N Main 
PARISH, see also PARRISH 
i*ark Farm Dairy, Wm. Simmonds mgr, 3 miles south of 

city 
I'arker A Fred, elk C A Raysor, rms Palmetto bidg 
" A. Lee,* ins agt, r 120 Haywood 
'' Elizabeth C Mrs, r 3G Seney 
" Haywood (Bourne & Parker), rms 47 S Main 
" Jas A, slmn H S Courtney, r 120 Haywood 



WOODBURY pnfliCOiVIPANY. 

Telephone 344. UwflL Office No. 6 Patton Ave. 



ALL KlNOi OF 
HARQ AND 
SOFT COAL. 



" Jas M, tel o'pr, i* 36 Seney 

" Leila R Miss, tchr, r 120 Haywood 

" O Vernon elk I X L Grocery, bds 120 Haywood 
Parks — , barber Longbottom's Barber Shop, r Patton 
ave 

" Coram A. engr So Ry, rms 100 Park ave 
Parrish Elizabeth B Mrs, r 409 S Main 
PARRISH, see also PARISH 
Parton Asbury,* r Curve 
Patrick Bart,* lab, r 61 William 
Pattersoii Adolphus S,* atty, r AV Asihv 

" Ernest L,* tireman So Rv, r 25 Rector 

PATTERSON JAS R (RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB 

iJc Co), bds 72 E College 
'' J Preston, fireman So Ry, bds 144 Park ave 
" Mack,* elk Dairy Luncli, rms 211 Patton ave 
'' Medora J (wid R O), proprss Waldheim, r same 
" Robt O, r Waldheim 

'' Wm R, (Reynolds & Patterson), rms 17 Patton ave 
I'at'tou B Frank, surveyor, r 34^ S Main 
" Delia A (wid M M ). r 174 Merrimon ave 



Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 



ASHEVILLE 
DVERTISir 
_-^ I Krepare ana piaco newspaper Mavernsm 

GENCY [ Contractors for Western North Carolina. 

J. D. PLUMMER. Hfliucer. Office in Opera Honse Bolldlar' 



nnyppYieiMQ J Control City Street-Car Advertising. 
'^'^'^ ■ ■*»*'"^ ^ Prepare and place Newspaper Advertising. 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO, 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



OPPOSITE 

POST .. 
.. OFFICE 



1890 1000 CITY DIRECTORY 



241 



PATTON ERWIN W* (PATTON & STIKELEATHER), 

county treasurer, r Biltmore 
" F McLou'd, V 05 Charlotte 
'' Gaston,* rock mason, r 279 E College 
" Jane (wid Robt), r 74 Eagle 
'* Jas,* carp, r Kenilwortli 
" Jesse M, r 431 S Main 

'' John,* wks Ashv Dray Co, r 22 Central ave 
" John E,* r 37 S Spruce 
" John L,* wreck mstr So Ry, r 452 Depot 
" Kittle S Miss, seamstress, r 42 Bailey 
"■ Leila Mrs, bds 25 Spring 
*' Manson,* lab, r 57 Madison 
" Mary A Miss, domestic J F Ramsey, r same 
" Matilda M (wid J A), r 58 Central ave 
'* Pinkney,* lab, r 22 Central ave 
'' Robt H (Patton & Milholland), r 431 S Main 
" Thos W,* prest Ashv Cemetery Co, r 95 Charlotte 
" Wm H, carp, bds 300 Short Bailey 
'' W W, bkpr Ashv Cigar Co, bds Hotel Hobson 



J. H, WEAVER & GO 



R£AL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban PrLperty 
for Saiti and Rtnt. 



" Woodville C,* plumber, r Happy Hollow 
" & Milholland (R H Patton, L A Milholland), genl 
nidse, Kenilworth 

PATTON & STIKELEATHER (E W PATTON, F STIKE- 

leather, livery, feed and sale stable 113-23 Pat- 
ton ave, proprs Kenilworth Inn stables 
Paul Chas G, rest 5-7 E Ct Sq, rms 18 N Ct Sq 

" Conrad C, propr Vienna Bakery, r 18 N Ct Square 

" Geo* (Vienna Bakery), r 18 N Ct Square 
Paulish Frank,* musician B P Hotel, bds same 
Payne Jas H Jr, flgnian So Ry, bds 348 W Haywood 

" John F,* lab, r 75 Short Bailey 

" Malinda (wid Mitchell), r 71 Grove 

" Minnie Miss, bds 485 Depot 

" Wm R,* r 71 Grove 
Pearcy Herbert, rms 8 Short 

PEARSON CHAS L, PHYS U 

hours 11 to 1, 3 to 5, phone 
" Richmond,*" r Richmond Hill 
Pease Ann E (wid Lewis M), bdg Victoria 



CHURCH, OFFICE 
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WHEN YOU WANT A PRESCKIPTION FILLED, remember the head of our estabUshment, 
Sh addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST TOURIST 
AND COMMERCIAL 
HOTEL IN ASHEYILLE 



242 MALOXEY'S ASHEVILLE 

RATION & STIKELEATHER 



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ings. Young's Hats.Hanan's 
18 Patton Avenue. ) Shoes. r 

-^ i PEAVY JULIUS R* PHYS HAYWOOD OPP POST OF- 

^ij lu liee, office bonis 9:30 to 12 m, 2:30 to 5 p m^ 

f-^ oc phone 274, r 110 Cuuiberland ave, phone 27G 

^^ rejiram Marv E Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 

^ " Theo G,*'wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 

55 ^ '* "^"^ni 1\* (T S Morrison & Co), r 13 Vance 

^"^ cj Peiyler Jas (\* en^r Swannanoa T & C Co. r Biltniore 

PELHAM J WARDLAW DR, PROPR THE CAROLINA 

_ IMiaiinacv, bds 'M (riove 

uu. PELHAM SAM'L D,* PROPR PELHAM'S PHARMACY, 

S V 105 Bailev 

eg ^ PELHAM'S PHARMACY, S D PELHAM PROPR 24 

^ ^ l*atton ave 

Pendleton Fannie Miss, r 45 S Main 
]*enland Arthur, r 108 East 
" Bessie H Miss, steno R P Walker, r 339 S Main 
" Carrie Miss, r West Asheville 
" Chas M,* painter, r 255 Grove 
" Christopher,* lab, r Montford 
^^ " Clella Miss, cook W A James Jr, r same 

r— H ♦< Emanuel, lab, r Montford 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, .. . . 
CARPETS, RUCS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE $( COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

82 I^-A-TTC^JXr -A.^^7-3E32XrXJ3E:. I*HOI^E3 40. 



Carolina Goal Co. 



Office Phone 13 J. Yard Phone 144. 
OFFICE 23 PA TTON A VE. 

(See Page Adv.V 



Penland Hilton, r 108 East 

" Julia Miss, domestic J 11 Tieadway, r same 

" Laura Miss, cook L li McBrayer, i- same 

" Maiy Miss, 1- 70 E College 

" Nathaniel, r 108 East 

'' Newton E, grocer Montford, r same 

" Pink L,* pres elk Biltmore Drug Store, r Biltmore- 

" Keed J,* bds 10^ N Main 

•' Turner, teamster, r 255 Grove 

" \Vm, rock mason, bds Marjorie 

'' Wm Y,* barkpr Glen R Hotel, bds same 

•• W Henrv,* r 73 Havwood 
l*enley Clias, wks L J Penley, r 10 Turner 

" Ellis,* driver liiltmore Nursery, r country 

" Elvin, elk, bds 19:) Patton ave 

" Lemmond J,* wood yd, Buttrick, r 10 Turner 

PENN MUTUAL LIFE INS CO, OCTAVE BATTLE GIST 

agt, 48 Patton ave 

PENNIMAN ANNA W MISS (PENNIMAN BROS & CO), 
r 112 Charlotte 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 243 

Pelham's Pharinacg 

24 iATTON AVENUE. 

THE CUT RATE DRUG STORE. ^ 

You will fiud our stock UP-TO-DATE and our PRICED m 

lUT RATE. H 

Our Prescription Department is in Charge h 

of Pharmacist of Tvvcnty Years' ff 

Active Experience. 



WE SOLtCiT YOUR PATRONAGE. ^ 





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. A. hnCCH, The Lea ding Fan cy Grocer. 



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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

Always on Hand 

ASHEVILLE HARDWARE COMPANY. 



Special Orders . . . 

Given 

Prompt Attention. 



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MALONEY'S ASHEVILLE 



PENNIMAN BROS & CO (ANNA W PENNIMAN), GENL 
hardware, i;i X Main 
•• Cbas F Mrs, r 112 Charlotte 
- Ellen B Miss, r 112 Charlotte 
" Mary Miss, r Kenilworth 

" AV Ridglej* (Penniman & Kelly), r Emma, N 
u y^- Tolbert,* agit Biltmore Store, r Victoria 
*' & Kelly [W R Penniman, M H Kelly), contrs in 
water, gas and sewer, 2 Legal bldg 
Perkins \Vm F,* slmn Singer Mt'g Co, bds Tuxedo 
J^erkinson Travis J,* contr, r 1)3 Woodfin 
Perrin Saml L, opr W I' Tel Co, rms 28 Drhumor bldg 
I'erry Addie A (wid Kut'us), r 15 Depot 
" Cora V Miss, slslady P>on Marehe, r 101) East 
■" Jas C, student, r 109 East 
■"■ John A Capt, tchr Bingham School, r same 
-'' Jos M,* wks Market St W W Co, r 100 East 
■" Louis E, coudr So By, rms 1G2 Park ave 
Peterson AVm A,* pai)er hgr, r AVest Ashevillo 
Petrie Hugh,* tailor, 7 Pattou ave, r 30 Starnes ave 
Phillips Robt (),* blksmith Lorick & Co, r 481(43) W 
Havwood 



PAT MclNTYRE, 

Agent AUGUSTA BREWING CO. 



Beer Bottled Daily. 

53 South Main. Phone 218. 



" Sarah J (wid Wm), r 320(A) Short Bailey 
^^ Saml H,* car inspr So Ry, r 357 W Haywood 
*' Thos. driver Lorick cK: (^o, bds 481(43) W Haywood 
Pickelsimcr Otus, wks Ashv Stra Ldrv, bds 1)4 S Main 

PICKENS J WILEY (CHAMBERS, WEAVER & CO), 

slnni J I) lilanton »!<: Co, ims 30 Tcmi)le Court 
Pierce ^Yillie Mrs, bds 24 Bailey 
Pine Theo,* artist, v 117 Chestnut 

PINKHAM FREDERICK E,* PROPR OAKS HOTEL, R 

vsame 
Pinner Bruce B,* stone mason, r 20^ N Main 

■'' Geo M,* contr, r 62 Hill 

•" John I),* elk Mrs L A Johnson, r 29^ X Main 

" Jos M,* carp, r 23 Spring 

'' Jos O,* wks Biltmore Nursery, r S Biltmore 
Piper Fred C, fireman So Ry, bds 527 W Haywood 

" W F,* eng inspr So Ry, r 527 W Haywood 
Pittillo Robt L,* meat m'kt West Ashv, r 140 Roberts 
Pitts Julia Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 8 Green 

** Wm W,* engr So Rv, rms 108 I*ark ave 



L. A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



OPPOSPE 

Postoffice. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



245 



PLATT CHAS M MRS, MGR THE MANOR, R SAME 

Pleasants ("onielia L (wid John L), r 119 S F Broad ave 
IMemnions Caney.* drayman G Green 

" Horace, bds 10 East 

" Lee,* lab. r ^^'est Aslieville 

PLUMMER HARRY W,=^ LOCAL MGR ASHEVILLE 
PLUMMER JOHN D,*' MGR GRAND OPERA HOUSE, 

mgr Asliv Advertisinji,- Aj»cy, Opera House 
bldg, bds Hotel Berkeley 
Toindexter Frank W.* en.yr So Ry, bds 144 Park ave 
Poland Ernest B, agt Life Ins Co of Va, bds Eagle 

Hotel 
Polley Harriet E (wid Geo ^A' B), r 82 Chestnut 
Poole Geo F, painter, bds 142 Roberts 
•' Jno B,* ptr L Swicegood, r r.V2 Hill 
Poore — . rnis 12 N Court Sq 
" Geo F,* nichst Ashy S & F Co, r 278 E College 
" R Thos,* U S Storekpr & gauger, r 19 N Pine 
I*o])e Albert B,* di'iAer Model Stm Ldry, r 7 Patton av 
'• Solomon S,* bkpr, r 7 Patton ave 



STORES 

OFFICES 

REALTY 



WM, JOHNSTON, Jr, 



No. 20 

Temple Court 



Po]>lies Abel, coachman J M Campbell, r same 
I'orte Edonard Prof.* music tehr, rms 24 Bailev 

PORTER J ALEX* (NATT ATKINSON SONS & CO). 

tobacconist, r S Biltmore 

" Jesse B, student, r 11 Flint 

" Robt R,* ju-opr Ashv (Mgar Co, r 11 Flint 

" Thos M,* grocer Victoria, r same 
Porterfield Ida Miss, r 2r» ^^'oodfin 
Portnei' Mary H (wld H), r 28 Cflierry 

" Rol>t l\ bki»r G A Greer, r 28 Cherry 
Posey \>'m. lab, r rear 357 X ]Main 
POST OFFICE, W W ROLLINS, POSTMASTER. 

Patton ave cor Haywood 
Postell Tlnos W, elk Swannanoa Hotel, bds same 

" Wm J, r 89 Depot 
l*oteet Louisa (wid Dr E 1*), r Avery 
Potts Elizabeth ^Nlrs, r ISO N Main' 
Pounder Wilber R,* engr Elec I*owerhse. r :!4 jilanton 
Powell Connie Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds i()7 Rob- 
erts 



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RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with u=. We buy foi' Ca^:li ,ind sell for 
Cash and can savf yuu money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. Ntw Phone 82. 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Grade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



BOTTLED GOODS 



.... SPECIALTY .... 



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" Edw R,* bdg 24 Bailey, r same 
*• Geo A, condr So Ry, bds 119 Depot 
•• H Frank,* cai'i), r 111) Depot 
*• John,* wks Ashv I .S: (' Co, r 1(17 Roberts 
*• John R, jeweler :>15 \A' Haywood, r 119 Depot 

- Martha (wid Robt), r 107 Roberts 

- Wiley V, phys, 20 S Main, bds 72 E College 

•• A\'ni H, slran Oestreiclier & Co, rms Palmetto bldg 

'• Wm r, bkpr Ashv I & C Co, rms Sondley bldg 
.Powers Flonie B INliss, seamstress, r 18 Depot 

'• Joel,* r IX Depot 
Prather Frank, lab, r 20 Bnttriek 

" M Annie (wid J D), r 20 Buttrick 
Pratt C Estelle Miss, bkpr H T Rogers, r 10 Grove 
]'resley Birtus A, teamster, bds 48 N Pine 

'* Chas, wks \'ienna Bakery, rms 79 N Main 

" Gep M,* wks Vandprbilt estate, r S Biltmore 

*' Hester Mrs, r 2<s Madison 

^' Jas,* farmer, r S Biltmore 

" Jas M,* shoemk]' 50 l*atlon ave, r 15 Depot 






Asheville Cycle Co. 

EUGENE C. SAWYEK, Proprieior. 



\ Renting & Repairing. 



18 and 20 Church St. 



*' J Riley, shoemkr J M Presley, bds 15 Depot 

'' Mary E (wid G W), r 71 Hi if 

*' Melvin,* drayman T E Davis, r 142 Depot 

^' kelson, elk Starnes Bros, r 71 Hill 

'• Peter,* teamster, r 4:'. N Pine 

" Robt D, wks Vanderbilt est, bds S Biltmore 

" Ruth C Mrs, rms 79 N Main 
I'reston Lewis F, consumption specialist 4-5 Sondley 

bldg, bds INIerrimon ave 
I'retzfelder Morris, slmn Oestreicher & Co 
Pi-ice Thos A,* coll, r 100 Bailey 
Prince Sarah ^Irs, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 

" AYm,* r 108 Haywood 
I'ritchard Bertha Mrs, r Kenil worth 

" Florence Miss, rms 48 Flint 
I'roctor Walter S,* mgr Ashv Tel Co, r Montford 
Pr'( ffit Geo, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds :{ l^.uxton 

" Howard B,* elk W A Boyce, r 80 Woodfin 
I'ropst Eli J,* r 35 P.lanton 
I'ruett John,* lab, r rear 140 Roberts 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



■Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pattnn Avenue. 
Telephone No. 132. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



247 



I'nji'li Bert L,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 3 Bnxtou 

'• Chas S, wks Ashv Ci<iar Co, bds 53 E College 

" Sidney M,* carp, r 3 Silver 
Pulliam Amelia 1) Miss, iinrse, r 163 E College 

" Kate F Mrs, r 163 E College 

•' Mary Miss, r 234 N Main 

PUREFOY GEO W,* PHYS 18 1-2 S MAIN, OFFICE 

Lours 11 to 1, and 3 to 5, phone 160, r 27 Char- 
lotte, phone 57 
'• l*rvor W, student, r 27 Charlotte 

PURINGTON GEORGIANA MISS, TEACHER OF VOCAL 

and instrumental music, 16 Maxweltou bldg, rms 
97 E College 



MISS CEORCIANA PURINGTON, 

. . . TEACHER OF . . . 

l/oiee a^d piapo porte /r\u8ieStudies. 

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IVIasie Stodio, Hoom 16, IHaxoieltoD fiailding. 



WM. G, SMITH; 



Best Tailoring. I 37 

Over 4000 Varieties. ) S. Malll St 



Pursley Wni A,* watchman Oakland Hts, r Victoria 
Putnam Julia A (wid D S), r 251 K Main 

*• Van S, wks J W Hearn & Co, bds 251 N Main 
Pyatt Jas I,* shoemkr 50 N JMain, r same 



Quackenbush Jno ^^^* overseer Ashv Cot Mills, r 29 

Buxton 
Queen Mary (wid John), r 27 Spruce 
Quinton J Rankin, plumber, v I'l AN\iodfin. 
Quisisana Nature Cure Sanitarium, Miss Lina Kuepper 

secy, 167 S French Broad aye (See Appendix) 



Raby Carrie Miss, domestic J P SawA'er, r same 
Racket Store (The), Stoner Bros propps, dry go^ods, etc, 
30 S Main 



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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 



lOraOE: 238. 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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PHONE 95. 



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Radford Laura Mrs, r rear 537 W Haywood 
Ragan Annie (wid AN'ni Bj. bdg 15!) I'atton ave 
RAG AN, see also REAGAN 
Raines Jas M,* lab, r 3 Pearson Drive 
Ramsey Haittie V Mrs, i- 181 Patton ave 

" Jas, cllc M E Lambert, r SI I'atton ave 

'' J Frank,* dentist Barnard bldg, r 110 Cnmberland 
ave 

" Jno N,* elk Penniman Bros & Co, r !> N Pine 

"_ Ricliard,* lab, r 10 Blanton 

" Riley M, mgr Ashv Dray ('o, bds 11)3 I»atton ave 

'' Wm*,* lab, r rear 11)2 s'Pine 
Randall E Robt,* bdg 'lise l)8(!)()) Pattou ave, r same 

" Wm G.* wks E J Armstrong, r Chunns Cove 
Randle J W,* gardeneir, r Hazzard Hse Beaumont 
Randolj)h Geo A, carrier Citizen, r Ohunns Cove 

'• ]\Iarv F (wid Abram F|. r Cluinns Covp 

RANDOLPH WM F,* TREAS THE CITIZEN CO, R 

Cluinns Cove 
Rankin Alonzo,* salesman, r 32 Cherry 

all kinds of 
harl) and 
soft coal. 



WOODBURY 

Telephone 344. 



fll COIVIPANY. 

tilm Office No. 6 Patton Ave. 



RANKIN ARTHUR Er^ NOTARY PUBLIC, CLK RE- 

ceiver A\' Carolina Bk, 3 S W Ct Sq, bds 22 

Grange 
" Clarence, bkpr Battery Park Bank, i- G3 Merrimon 

ave 
" Elizabeth L (wid W D), r 235 N Main 

RANKIN J EUGENE,* CASHIER BATTERY PARK 

Bank; prest Asheville Elec Co; receiver Ashe- 
ville St R R Co, r 63 Merrimon ave 

" J Guy, bkpr Ashv Cot Mills, r G3 Merrimon ave 

'' Wm Ellis, r 63 Merrimon ave 
Ransom Jas,* elk So Rv frt depot, r 52 Depot 

RAOUL THOS WADLEY, PRES ALBEMARLE PARK 

Co. r Albermarle Park 

RAOUL WM G, SECY & TREAS THE ALBEMARLE 

Park Co, r Atlanta, Ga 
Rash S Jane Mrs, r 55 Madison 
" John,* lab, r 31 ]\Ladison 

RAWLS CHARLES T (ASTON, RAWLS & CO), AND 

Genl Agt l»rudential Life Lrs Co, bds 32 N 
Frendh Broad ave 



ADVERTISERS, 



When you want to reach the ENURE 
population of Asheville, the ONLY 
way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thorou§:hfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUMMER, Manager. Office in Opera House Building. 



Para8:on Pharmacy C 



OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 



DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 



1S99 1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



249 



Ray Annie Miss, bds 88 S Main 

" Archie T, collr So By, bds 348 W Haywood 

" Avon O, agt Asliv Trans Co, r 105 Hillside 

" Bennie Madam, r 44 Mountain 

'' Clarence F* (Ashv Fish Co), news dlr & photgr, 8 
N Ct Sq, r same 

" Danl O,* V 41 Seney 

'' Edwin L, elk Ashv^Millini; Co, r 75 Hillside 

'^ Harris B. sub letter carrier, bds 14 S Spruce 

'' Jas M,* r Ranioth 

'* John E,* real estate, r 75 Hillside 

'' Launa C Mrs, r 179 Bailey 

" Mary A (Mrs Saml W), dress making, 9-14 Max- 
welton bldg', r 105 Hillside 

'• Matilda (wid M), r 417 Short Southside ave 

" Robt W, slum (j A Mears, bds 145 S Main 

" Saml W,* elk Benniman Bros & Co, r 105 Hillside 

" Walter,* r 47 West 

'' Wayne, r Ramoth 

" Wm W,* condr So Ry, bds Glen R Hotel 
RAY, see also WRAY 



J. H. WEAVER & GO, 



R€AL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Prcpcrly 
for Sale and Rent. 



Raymond Clarence C, bds Dunrobin 

Raysor Cornelius A, druggist 31 Patton are, bds The 

Knickerbocker 
" Thos Mc S, tchr High School, bds 58 Orange 
Rea Calvin W Rev,* rms 19 Montford ave 
Read Helen S Miss, dressmkr, r 7 Starnes ave 
READ, see also REED and REIU 
Reagan J J,* wks Roberts «& Slie])pard, r Weaverville, 

N C 

REAGAN JAS S* (HEINITSH & REAGAN), R 56 N 
French Br-oad ave 
" John R, driver Biltmore Nursery, r Victoria 
REAGAN, see also RAGAN 
Reaves Jesse P,* mchst, r 487 W Haywood 
REAVES, see also REEVES and RIVES 
Rector John B, bds 117 S French Broad ave 
" Lila. R Miss, r 117 S French Broad ave 
" Maggie Miss, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 24 Rector 
" Thos M, sol Brown Bros, bds 117 S French Broad 
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in addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The ehiladeiphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy ad Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
iervice and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 



Berkeley 



Bria r and Meerschaum Pipes 

■ south of New York at the Clg&r St&ndi 

.E ti ®^° MALONEY'S ASHEVILLE 

g S . KeftoL" ThK)^ S* (Baii-d & Ilector), r 117 Fi^ench B avo 

o SE I " Wiley U,* electr I M St R K, r 24 Rector 

" W Ambrose, elk Wm Kroger, bds 117 S French 
Broad ave 
Redfearn Geo H,* engr So Ry, r 352 W Haywood 

" T Enimett, engr So Ry, r 352 W Haywood 
Redfern I]iiji;eiie. wks Bil'trooire Dairy, bd® S Biltmore 
Redmon Hugh, farmer, r Chunns Cove 
*' Jos,* farmer, r Chunns Cove 
" John D,* wks Wild Cherry Springs Dairy, r 80 

Seney 
'• Saml M,'* grocer 40 East, r GO Seney 
Redwoiod Harry W, slmn H Redwood & Co, r 70 Bailey 
" Henry* (H Redwood & Co), r 70 Bailey 
" H & Co (H Redwood, C H Miller, J W Neely), dry 
goods, clo, etc, 9 Patton ave 
Reed Catharine (wid Jos), r Biltmore 
" Chas O, elk So Ry frt depot, r W Haywood 
'• Clyde S, wks Biltmore Roller Mills, r Biltmore 
" Florence Miss, domestic F Weaver, r same 



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REED GEO W DR, PHYS, PROPR BILTMORE DRUG 

store, postmaster Biltmore, r same 
*• Jas E,* farmer, r Ramoth 
Q '^ J Henry,* depy sheriff, r S Biltmore 

CD ^ ** Larkin,* wks Ashv Oot Mills, r 70 Pearsion ave 

£3 ^ ^' Lila Miss, maid Mission Hospital, r same 

Q " L Marcus,* prest The Swannanoa I & C Co, r coun- 

"- trv 

S REED SAM'L H,* ATTY 3 PALMETTO BLDG, R S 

C3 Biltm'oiH^ i 

Q, " Thos J,* propr Biltmore Roller Mills, r Biltmore 

^^ 13 " Wm,* hackman, r 150 N Lexington ave 

era "' Wm G,* depy tax collr, r S Biltmore 

^ REED, see also READ and REID 

REES ARTHUR R* (HANS REES' SONS), MGR ASHE- 

ville Tannery, r G4 N French Broad ave 

REES HANS SONS (N I & A F REES), PROPRS ASHE- 

ville Tannery 

REES N I (HANS REES' SONS), R NEW YORK 

Reese Belle Miss, nurse Mission Hospital, r same 



WILLIAMSON & CO 



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Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE tc COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

In all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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K(H'ves Auyer (\ elk J (> Reeves, nns same 

" David K,* cai]), r 140 Haywood 

'* Jno Ct, «;i'()cer, 'M N ^laiii, nns same 

'' Lester Miss, sei-vant A Bnnn, r same 

" ^Minnie ^liss, l>ds 147 Dei)ot 

^' Nora ^liss, r W iJiltmore 

" Riifiis H,* dentist 1-2 Drliumor bldg, r oo N Spruce 

" T Faraday.* (llensley. Reeves & Jones), r Victoria 
REEVF:S, see also REAVES and RIVES 
Reiber Jno ^V,* barber Render's, r 82 S Main 
Reid Zebulon \\ brkman So li\\ rnis 102 l*arlv ave 
RETD, see also REED and READ 
Revel 1 Andrew W,* ])ainter, i- rear 1.">S Poplar 

REVELL OLIVER D,* CONTRACTOR, BUILDER & 

real estate bioker, -U Temple (Nmrt. r 102 Cum- 
berland ave 

REVELL THOMAS J* (N ASHV MEAT MARKET), GRO- 

cer :50 N ^Nlain, r 31 Central ave 
Revis Ephraim B,* wks So Ry frt depot, r 16 Avery 
" Julia Mrs, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Kj Avery 
" Nancy (wid M), r 16 Avery 



Carolina Goal Go. 



Office Phone 13 J. Yard Phone 144. 
OFF/CE 23 PA TTON A VE. 

(See Page Adv.) 



T. J. REVELL 
Staple and Fancy Groceries 

30 N. MAIN STREET. 

Re\nords liessie Miss, bds 48 X S])irnce 

REYNOLDS CARL V,* PHYS BARNARD BLDG, R 23 

Woodfin 
" Clias G, wks Swannanoa Club House, r Ramoth 
" Edwd, wtchman B P Hotel, r Ramotb 
'' G Spears, student, r 22 Woodfin 
" Harry L, r 418 N Main 
" John C* r 418 N Main 

'' Jno T,* meat mkt, 31 Buxton, r 123 Roberts 
*' Jos A, slmn H Redwood & Co, r 77 Hill 
'' J Herbert, elk Wni A Blair, bds 4 Woodlin 
" Lillian Miss, bds 48 N Sjjruce 
" Mamie S (wid W T), r 22 Woodfin 



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. A. bn ten, The LeadingFancy Grocer. 



53 Patton Avenue, 



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lulg^cT's"" 4IU^:^ Asheville Hardware Co. 

Perfect Vehicles at 



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t Keyiiolds Nannie (wid I H), i- Ramoth 

f< '' Xat A (Reynolds & ratterson), real est 15^ I'atton 

(J5 ave, rms same 

'- Tei'iessa E (wid Dr J D), r 21 AA'oodfin 

W" Walter H, r Ramotb 
" Wm A* (W A Reynolds & Co), r West Asheville 
" Wm A,* wks Asheville Cot Mills, r 123 Roberts 

QJ " W A & Co (W A Reynolds), grocers, T^'est Asheville 

^ '' Wm V, r Ramoth 

'' & Patterson (N A Reynolds, W R Patterson), pool 

W room rear 17 Patton ave 

" Rhinehart Budd, brkman So Ry, r 14G Hill 

" Elmer T,* carp, r 35 Short 
" I E, plumber Ball & Sheppard, r IIG Hill 
" Jas H,* blksmith, r 33 Merrimon ave 
'' Leonidas F,"" carp, r 146 Hill 
Rhodes Hack K,* yd condr S'o Ry. r 73 Dexiot 
" Jno H,* plumber, r 27 Short 
" Lula Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 146 Roberts 
" Pinkie Miss, wks Model Stm Ldry, r 27 Short 
" S Gaithen, letter carrier No 7, rms 22 Drhumor bldg 

PAT MclN TYRE J CLUB SALOON 

53 South Main. ) i^noisriES SlO. 

•• W Thos,* coupler So Ry. r 86 Depot 
Rhvmer Chas, wks Roberts «S: Sheppard. r Reems Creek 

N C 
" David, driver, r 325 S Main 
" Duke, r 325 S Main 
" Saml, wks E M Mitelu^l, r 325 S ^Nlain 
'• W Irving,* blksmith, r 325 S Main 
Ricr 11 el, bkpr Slayden, Fakes »S: (\), rms 13 Starnes 
" Chas J, bk])r Ashv Stm Ldry. r 31 N French Broad 

ave 
" Chas L,* ]!ropr Ashv Crocery Co, r 27 Buttrick 
" (Irant,* lab, r rear 146 Roberts 
" Jas G, sub letter carrier, bds 31 N Fretich Broad av 
"■ John A,* carp, r rear 14(5 Robei-ts 
"■ Josie jNIiss, r Ramoth 

'' Mary J Miss, domestic J M Smith, r same 
" Nannie R (wid John), r S Biltmore 
" Sallie ]Miss, r 4 McDowell 
'' Wm IT,* lab. r nr Ashv I & C Co Chute 



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FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



^ Paragon PhaFmaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



263 



Rich Jeirv J,* elk AY A Boyce, r 10 Pearson Drive 
" John R* (J R Rich ^: Son), r 122 Patton ave ' 
'• Jos L,* (J R Rich & Hon), r 47 S French Broad ave 
- J R & Son (J R & J L Rich), plumbing, 7 & 8 S 
Lexington ave 

Richerson John T,* (Torrence & Richerson), r Biltmore 
N C 

Richie David F,* farmer, r Chunns Cove 

Richmond Hill Dairy, Richmond Hill 
•■ Harry F,* coachman G W Pack, r 89 Hillside 

Rickerl Jas F, condr So Ry, rms 1 Rollins 

Rickman John B, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 
" Mattie (wid John M), r 339 S Main 

Riding Academy, Lexington Stables, 83 S Main 

Rielag Mamie Miss, rms 9 Blake 

Rigsby Jesse J, wks W F Roberts, r same 

Rikard John J, wks \Y P AYeaver, r Poor House 

Riley Jos,* slum, r 51 Clayton 

Ritterman Anne Mrs, r 198 Chestnut 

Riverside Cemetery, Ashv Cemetery Co proprs, Pear- 
son Drive, nr limits 



""■RT"- Temple Court 



STOI^ES 

OFFICES 

REALITY. 



•■ Undertaking Co, Mackey & Ingle, proprs, 370 Main 
Rives Benj F,'* market kpr, r 11 Central ave 

" Edna. M Miss (Rives & Morris), r 14 Central ave 

" Jos J, student, r 14 Central ave 

" & Morris (Miss E M Rives, Miss E C Morris), hair 

dreasing, etc, 78 Patton ave 
RIYES, see also REE YES and REAYES 
Roach Rufus S, steno Biltmore office, rms 34 Temple 

Court 
Roater Jos,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r \Vest Asheville 
Roberts Alonza L, wks Ball & Sheppard, r 27 Rector 

'• Alpheus C.* j of p 2 X Ct Sq, r 27 Rector 

" Andrew,* wks Roberts & Sheppard, r Weaverville, 
N C 

"^ Arthur H, elk Stradley Bros, rms 1 Gray Gables 

" Burett A, elk, r 274 X Main 

" Collis,* wks Ashv Dray Co, r S Main 

" David S,* farmer, r S Biltmore 

" Elbert F, elk. r 274 N Main 

'• Everett AA\ elk A Blomberg, r 274 N Main' 



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RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 




imported and Domestic Cigars Soid by tlie Bax at Factory Prices at ttie 

KELEY CIGAR STAND 



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C " H Lodnska Miss, wks Ashv Stiii Ldiv, r 27 Kector 

% ROBERTS JACOB IVI* (HOUGH & ROBERTS), R 268 

^ E College 

"■ Jas T,* wlchman Eiltmore, r S Biltniore 
Q " Jof'l,* lab. r Cbiinns Cove 

^ " John K, !• 1*74 X Main 

(0 " Julius,* lai'uier, r Chunns Cove 

CL " :Mark E* (Roberts & Bheppard), r G7 E College 

1^ '' Mary Y. Miss, domestic W AV West, r same 

^ " Matilda (wid Jas), r rear 52 "Woodfin 

" Robt B* (Roberts & Arnold), r 48 FJiut 
If) *' Galena :M (wid P W), r 47 AValnut 

•^ " Thos, wks Patton & Milholland, r S Biltmore 

g " Wm F,* gun & locksmith 60 S Main, r same 

Q " tV: Arnold (R B Roberts, H Arnold), proprs & publrs 

SL The Asheville Register, 12 N Court Sq 

" & Sheppard ( M E Roberts, :M C ^iheppard), piroprs 

Banner Warehouse 
Robertson Allen H,* watch & clock repr, r 10 Blanton 

'* Frank, r Ramoth 

) "tAGLh" USHEVlLLt CyULt UO. 



r BICYCLES 



J ULhVhLAND I. 18 and 20 CHURCH SIKEET. 



'' Jackson A,* carp, r Ramoth 
" Jas AV, fireman Hotel Berkeley, r same 
" John D,* prest The Mustin-R Co, r 114 Merrimon av 
" Jos B. wks The Gazette, r 24 Davidson 
ROBERTSON IVIARCUS W,* CITY CLK, R 24 DAVID- 

son 
" Thos A,* agt T AV Shelton & Co, r 50 Montford ave 
'' AA'ni, wks Central mkt, r 10 Blanton 
Robinson Cedric, carrier Citizen, bds 22 Davidson 
" Chas E,* sleno Biltmore ollice. r 24 Cherry 
"■ Frank E^,* journalist, r 22 Davidson 
" John,* r 427 S Main 

" L Jack, ])1 umber McPherson & C, r S Main bey lim 
" Alai-gariet Aliss. seamstress Mrs D Lot'tain, r 317 E 

( 'ollege 
" :\rai-y D Miss, tchr Orange St Schl. bds 278 Chestnut 
'• :\T<.liie J (wid J IM, seamstress, bds 144 Park ave 
'• AA'm H,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 454(801 AA' Haywood 
liobison K \Vates,* wks Ashv Cigar C^, r 115 Hay- 

wood 



WILLIUMSON & CO/"''"'J"eS',S?^"*' 



16 Patton Avenue. Upholstefy GOOdS, EtC. 



134 GymbePtaiiO AveRoe, flshevstle, $oiAh GaPotiDa. 



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134 Cumbepland Avenue, flsheviUe, Jlopth GaF61in&. 




Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenh9us»s: 324 Charlotte St. 
Ttlephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Patton Avenue. 
Telephone No. 132. 



1899 1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



255 



Rock l.edge, Mrs I^iu^etta V Cole, propiss. bd<i. (52 Hay- 
wood 

Rocldiold J as ^^', driven- J M Heston & Sous, r 05 Hill 
side 
'' Louisa P (wid W W), r 95 Hillside 

Rodgei-s Hattie Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 487 \V 
Haywood 
" Latta,"lab, bds aOG N Main 

Roebling- Joliu A,* r 134 Cum'berland ave 

Rogers Arthur, r 220 Southside ave 
" C C, rms 12 N Court Sq 

" Ohas H, wks McPherson & Clark, bds 86 Cherry 
'' Eva Miss, seamstress, r Valley cor Sycamore 
" H Taylor,* books & Stationery 20 S Main, r Oak » 

w cor Woodfin 
'* J Newton, atty 21 Palmetto bldg, rms 20 same 
" J Robt,* yd engr So Ry, r 5 Park Place 
'• Nat S, rms Palmetto bldg 
" Wiley, coupler So Ry, bds 106 S Main 
" ^A'm H,* meat mkt, r 220 Southside ave 

Rollins Alex, r 413 N Main 



WM. C, SMITH,l'f'. 



Tailoiing. 



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'' Henry,* lab, r 413 N Main 

" Tlios S, atty Marehall, N C, r 175 Chestnut 

ROLLINS WMW,* POSTMASTER, R 175 CHESTNUT 

Romeo Jno,* r 194 E College 
Rose Earl, bds S Main bey limits 

" (Irant,* carp, rnis 25 Cumbierland ave 
Roseland Dairy, J B Morris, propr, Chunns Cove 
Rosenbhim Leo Dr,* druggist Oakland Hts. r same 
Ross Olive R Miss, tchr Asheville Col for Y' M, r same 

" — ,* sewing machines 11 N W Ct Sq, bds Asihv Htl 
Rossell Sophie M Miss, r 20 Clayton 
Roth Ridhd H,* r 80 Central ave"^ 
Rothenberg Levi,* r 198 Chestnut 
Rowe ]M Averv, carp, bds 2 Blanton 

RUCK KARL von DR, PRES & MEDICAL DIRECTOR 

The ^Yinyah Sanitarium, r Maple s w cor Reed 
Rudd (leo R (Penel»p<^ R), ciirp, r 287(285) E Ck>llege 
Rudisill Hessie Miss, r 268 E College 
Rumbougli J Edw,* mayor Montford. r same 
Rumlar Codlic, carp, bds 197 Bailey 




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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 

f*ZZ03NrX3 238. 



ISHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 



Leads the South. 



43 

W."college'st. 

PHONE 95. 



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Rumple Mollie (wid Kobt), r 94 East 

RUNYON RICHARD E,* BARKPR SWANNANOA 

Hotel, bds same 

Russler Chas H, condr So Ry, bds Glen R Hotel 
Ruth Saml,* liackman, r 150 N Lexington ave 
Rutherford Bert, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
" Sallie (wid Alfred), r Avery 
" Thad A,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 
" Wm H,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 122 Roberts 
Rutledge Rudd,* lab. r 150 N Ij(^xington ave 

RUTLEDGE FREDERICK* (RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, 

^^'ebb cS: Co), l)ds 155 Spruce 
" Harriet Mrs, r 150 N Lexington ave 

RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO, GENL INS 

agts lU S Main 

*' Robt,* r 150 N Lexington ave 

" Ruth Miss, r 150 N Lexington ave 
Ryan Elizabeth M Miss, r 77 Charlotte 
Rymer Ellen Mrs, housekpr Oaks Hotel, r same 

'"' Jno P,* wks Wilkinson Lbr Co, r rear 285 S Main 



WOODBURY 

Telephone 344. 



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COMPANY, 

Office No. 6 Patton Ave. 



ALL KINDS OF 
HARO AND 
SOFT COAL. 



RUTLEDGE, PATTERSON, WEBB & CO. 

ALL BRANCHES OF INSURANCE PLACED IN THE BEST COMPANIES. 
13^ South Main. Johnston Building. Asheville, N. C. 



Sage Harry J, engraver A M Field, rms 32 S Main 
Sales Kittie P Miss, domestic W H Washington, r 

same 
Salter Annie L (wid Jas H), r 140 Cliesitnut 
Sams Alsoni B,* elk S A Ingle, r 29^ N Main 
^' Benj F,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 



Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 



ISHEVILLE 
DVERTISII 
CENCT. ..•.■■ ( Contractors for Western North Carolina. 



HDVERTISING i, Control City Street-Car Advertising. 
■" I Prepare and place Newspaper Advertising. 



J. D. PLUMMER. Manatrer. 



Office In Opera House Bnlldinr. 





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AND CONNECTIONS. 



UNITED STATES FAST MAIL LINE 

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Route of the Vestibule Limited 
Operates Double Daily Dining Car Seryice on the WASHINGr- 
TON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED and the UNITED 
STATES FAST MAIL, the only all-the-year-ronnd Dining 
Car Service in the South. 




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Only Line to Asheville and the "Land of the Sky/' 

Pullman Palace Sleeping-Cars 
between the 

SOUTH^NDiTHrEAST. 

Quick $cbedule$ to florida, Cuba and Porte Rico. 

Foi' further information apply to any Agent of the Southern Railway Company. 



W. A. TURK, G. P. A., 

Washington, D. C. 

S. H. HARDWICK, A. G. P. A., 
Atlanta, Ga. 



J. M. GULP, Traffic Manager, 

Washington, D. C, 

F. R. DARBY, C P. & T. A., 

60 Patton Avenue, ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



Atlanta and 
New Orleans 



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anta & West Point R. R. Co 



THE SHORT LINE BETWEEN 
ATLANTA AND NEW ORLEANS. 



W'liriiii.^i^ia Vcstibu' 

'(uery, Mi-'bile and ? 

clo.-e and d'.recr. 



? bfttwfen AthiiuH miiu Mcnt- 
:-, at wliich latter puiiit 
.k>ii? are made for 




mexlcQ Bnd California Point*. 

-vb Train and Car Service 

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^■minni..lat,iuzjs and i.'idiK'Mfcrits 

uC tbeir line. . Any oii^. jL'oWfeiii- 

u;..ie oaii iiuil-no loi'«tioTi more H^IJBi^'e nor 

■perily ',ban is to be k>ujEi'i_i!ll£tn^ line of 




A bemitilully illustrated ^0(il\^i^ig^<4aWed iriiormation as to the 
industries and attractions alonir these line?, can be had upon applica- 
tion to tlie undersigned, who will take pleasure in giving all desired 
intornaation. 



W. J. TAYLOR, 

Genfral Agent, 

Montgomery, Ala. 
E. E. LUTZ, 

Traffic Manager, 

Montgomery, Ala. 



B. r. WYLY, Jr., 

Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent, 

Atlanta, Ga. 
GEORGE V. SMITH, 

Pres't and Gen'l Manager, 
Atlanta, Ga. 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO. 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



OPPOSITE 

POST .. 
.. OFFICE 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



267 



Sams Burnett H,* elk Penniraan Bros & Co, bds 315 N 
Main 
•• Edw L. wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
'• Eva L Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
" Jack B,* r Avery 
"■ Jacob, bds 59 N Main 
'• Jas, bdg house, 59 N Main 
'• Jas W, r 274 N Main 

" Jno H, fireman Ashv Cot Mills, bds 527 W Haygood 
'' LeRoy, wks J R Rich »fc Son, bds 2m X Main 
" M Emily Mrs, wivs Ashv Cot Mill, r 120 Roberts 
" W Benj,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
Sanders — , mess So Ex Co, bds Ashv Hotel 
" Jas.* wks Ashv Cot ^lills, bds 146 Roberts 
'• Julius M,* grocer 483(45) W Havwood, r same 
SANDERS, see also SAUNDERS * 
Sanford Geo L, wks So Pass Sta, bds 94 S Main 
Sarafian Aaron, wks J Spanigenberg, bds 94 Chestnut 

'^ Hagoup,* furn repr, r 49 Chestnut 
Saulsbury J Harry, condr So Ry, rms 162 Park ave 



J, H. WEAVER & GO, 



RcAL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Property 
for Sale and Rent. 



Saunders B G,* foreman Wilkinson Lbr Co, bds Victo- 
ria 
"ED Mrs, r 114 Montford ave 
SAUNDERS, see also SANDERS 
Sawver Clarence,* bkpr liatterv Pk Bk, r 11 Park PI 

SAWYER EUGENE C, PROPR ASHEVILLE CYCLE CO, 

r 58 Haywood 
" Edmund 1*,* lumber, r 161 I'atton ave 
- Harrv C, chf elk Oakland Hts, r same 

SAWYER JAMES,- PHYS OFFICE HOURS 10:30 TO 

2, 3 :30 to 5, office phone 208, res phone 310, 4-5-G 
Drhumor bldg, bds 58 Haywood 
" Jas Ct* carp, r 197 Bailev 

SAWYER JAMES P,* PRES BATTERY PARK BANK, 

v-prest Ashv Cemetery Co, and propr Sawyer's 
Carpet House, r 58 Haywood 

" Wesley S.* wks Ashv Dray Co, r 76 S Main 

SAWYER'S CARPET HOUSE, J P SAWYER PROPR 

18-20 Church 
Schartle Anna Mrs. dressmkr 15-^ Patton ave, r same 
SCHARTLE F W,* TAILOR J W SCHARTLE 




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tn addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 



THE BEST TOURIST 
AND COMMERCIAL 
FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. i HOTEL IN ASHEYILLE 

^258 M ALONE Y'S ASHEVILLE 



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SCHARTLE JOHN W,* MER TAILOR 47 S MAIN, R 30 

Oranj^e 
Schenck Carl A Dr,* forester Vanderbilt est, r same 
Schenk Robt H,* mgr Hotel Hobson, r same 
8cbies Kndolpb,* baker B P Hotel, r same 
Schoenlieit (Iraee (Mrs W A), steno AVinyah Sanita- 
rium, r same 
SCHOENHEIT WILLIAM A,* SECY & TREAS THE 

AVinvab Sauitariuiii. r same 

SCHULTZ CARL DYER, CLEANER AND FURRIER, 

55 S Main, bds Neville House 
»_ My Motto: "I DYE TO LIVE AND LIVE TO DYE." 

" 3 CARL SCHULTZ 

Practical Dyer, Chemical Cleaner and Furrier 

65 South Main Street. Phone 206. 

I dye Ladies' and Gents' Clothes, and clean aU goods by Chemical 
Process, which does not shrink or damage the goods, but will kill all 
germs of disease. 

I also clean and dye Cbenille Curtains, Carpets, Rugs, Robes. a';d all 
kinds of Fur, Kid Gloves, Blankets, Laces, etc., etc. 
- Suits sponged and pressed at the shortest notice. I make your Clothes 

SS look hke new in a few hours if you are in a hurry. 

uj All goods called for and delivered free of charge. 

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18 Patton Avenue ) Shoes. 

'' J Frank,* baker J M Heston & Sons, r 95 Bailey 
Sc-liulze <%as, pliys Quisisana Sanitarium, r same 
^j^ ^ Schwartz Mollie (wid I), r 172 Chestnut 
p^ ^ Scott Anna L (wid (ieo Fj, r 2()U Haywood 
-•— ^ S •> P:dw F. elk (rco F Scott cV' Co. r 200 Haywood 

S3 ^ SCOTT GEO F & CO, (GEO F SCOTT, J T YOUNG, A H 

■** C(nl)b), sash, doors, blinds, moldinj?, mantels, 

•^ S lumber, laths, shingles, lime, cement and plas- 

^^ a= ter, mantels and buildinji' material generally, 

^1,^ >_ (iffice and warehouse 24 E College, storage yl 

f— ^ ^ near So Ry frt: depot, office phone (50, yard phone 

C^ 2 01 (See Adv opposite Title Page) 

d3 UJ '' Grace L Miss, tchr Montford are Schl, r 200 Hay- 

^^ ^ wood 

PQ '' Hattie M Miss, tchr Kindergarten School, r 200 

^ Haywood 

Scruggs Berry L, slmn Sumner D & Co, rms 28 Max- 
welton bldg 
'' , Drury E,* r Avery 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE $c COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

32 I'.A.TT'OlSr .A^'Xr:EiXQTJ:ES. r»3HC03>^E3 40. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 259 

?N(i'n<>gs 8aiab Miss, maid (\ W Pack, v same 
'■ Sophia, Miss, wks Asliv Cot Mills, v Avery 

Scai-cy Amanda ^liss, laniid, v West Asheville 
•• J Henry.* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r (54 Pearson ave 
■• Win M.* r (!2 I'earson ave 

Seay Mary L Mrs, r 100 Haywood 

Seely Fred L.* nigr Paris Med i\}, r Merrimon ave 

Se^asser W T. fireman So Ry 

Semple Joanna Miss, r 10 Bearden ave 

Sentell Jas R.* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 121 Hall 

Setzer Ceo W.* engr Water Wks. r 311 S Main 

Setzler — . elk R M S, rnis Neville Honse 

SEVIER DANIEL E (D E & J T SEVIER), COUNTY 

coroner, rms L*lNV S Main 

SEVIER D E & J T, PHYS OFFICE HOURS DAY & 

nio-ht, Tel 2:51, 224 S Main 

'• Edw. r 77 Hill 

'• Jas v.* r 104 Hillside 

" Jas V Jr. mjir Central L F & S Stables, r 101 Hill- 
side 

" Jos D, carp, r 77 Hill 



Carolina Coal Co. 



Office Phone 130. Yard Phone 144^ 
OFFICE 23 PATJON AVE. 

(See Page Adv.) 



SEVIER JOSEPH T (D E & J T SEVIER), RMS 22 1-2 

S Main 

- Wni E A, r 101 Hillside 

Sexton Cora Madam, r 47 Maiden Lane 

- Jno, wks Ashv I & C Co 

Shackelford Jesse,* brick mason, r S Biltmore 
'' Minerva Mrs, cook G I) Latta, r same 
'' Saml S, wdvs So Ry, bds 124 Depot 

Sharkey Robt R,* r (55 X Sprnce 

Sharp F Lee,* w^atchman Biltmore, r Biltmore 
'* Robt R,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 
" T M Mrs, tailoress I \\' Claser, bds 58 Hill 
'' ^^'alter, car repr So Ry shojjs, bds 485 Depot 

Shas Harris,* grc-er cor S Pine and Mountain, r same 
" M,* peddler, r 92 Cherry 

Shaver Z \', brkman So Ry 

Shaw Saml A, wks Binj2,hani School, r same 
'' Wm I,* steward Bingham School, r same 
" Win L, wks Bingham School, r same 



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. A. bnCCn. The Lea ding Fan cy Grocer. 

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BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

Always on Hand. 

ASHEVILLE HARDWARE COMPANY. 



Special Orders . . . 

Given 

Prompt Attention. 



260 MALONEY'S ASHEVILLE 

Shelton Thos W* (T W ttbeltou & Co), v 50 Montford 
are 
•• T ^^' & Co (T W Slic4ton, K H Brvuiit), sewing ma- 
^ chines 11 N W Ct Sq 

rfj Sliclv Delia Mrs. cook Qnisisana Sanitariiini i- same 

SHEMWELL BAXTER,* PRES PARAGON PHARMACY 

H COj r 100 Merrimon ave 

n Klienbonm Abram,* clothing 9 N W Ct Sq, r 52 Flint 

Q " Rebecca Mrs, r 56 N Spruce 

wj .Shepard Geo J,* r 150 Charlotte 

[_J '• Monroe, watchman Farmers AV'hse 

p ■■'' John IL* bds 00 S Main 

H Shep])aid Frank.* farmer, r West Asheville 

W SHEPPARD M CALVIN* (BALL & SHEPPARD) (ROB- 

U erts & Sheppardj, r Alexander, iS' C 

Sherling Geo,* lab, r Montford 
U '' Mary Miss, r 410 Short Southside ave 

H Sherman A very, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r ;U Buxton 

"' Claudia Miss, seamstress Miss L ]M Browne, r 34 

Buxton 
** Jane (wid John), r 34 Buxton 

PAT MclNTYRE, | Beer Bottled Daily. 

Agent AUGUSTA BREWING CO. J 53 south Mam, phone 21 s. 

" Laxton, wks J M Sanders, r 34 Buxton 

Sherrard Thos G,* lumber, 1-2-3 McAfee bldg, bds 170 
Haywood 

Sherrill Maude Miss, domestic S P Davis, r same 
" Nora Miss, domestic J H McDowell, r same 
" R Jones,* supt Ashv St R R Co, r 14 Clayton 
" Sarah J Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
" AY S, pictures enlarged, rms 21 Sondley bldg 

Shidle Alpha Miss, r 119 Hall 
" Annie Miss, r 11!) Hall 
" Lula (wid A), r 05 Hall 

Shields S B Mrs, housekpr The Berkeley, r same 

Ship Landrum C,* blksmith So Ry shops, r 124 Roberts 

Shipe Edmond R, plumber, bds Arcadia Hotel 

Shi])ley Ida Miss, r 124 Roberts 
" Oscar, r 124 Roberts 

Shipman Moses,* car]), v i72 S Main 
"' Thos, driver J C Swink, bds Western Hotel 

Shiras J Hazard, secy & treas M B Wilkinson Lbr Co, 
rms 10 Church 

Shitle Jno H, carp, bds 4 Frederick 
S hoe P Y,* bkpr Dickson Mason Lbr Co, r CA Woodfin 

7L FARINHOLT, "^S^ro^^^*" 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary PubllC, 



Paragon Pharmacy Co. 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



OPPOSPE 

Postotfice. 



1899 1900 CITY DIKECTORY 



261 



Shoe V y Mis.slsldy Bainbridj,^e's Bk Stre,r Gl Woodfin 
Shoenbtn'oer Hall, Ki^lit Kev Junius M Horner, Eev 

Alfred H Stubbs, nr 95 Chureh 
Shoffner ^^'nl H,* jeweler 11 N W Ct Sq, r 6 Atkinson 
Sliook A G,* wks J M Loriek c^- Co, r nr Asliv Tanji'jry 

" Benj F, student, r 142 Hill 

" Henry C,* r 142 Hill 

" Irene (wid L F), r West Asheville 

'* Morris P. wks Ashv Cot ^Mills, r West AslievUle 

" Oscar, lab, r ^A'est Aslieville 

*' J Wiley,* depy rey colli', r 422 W Haywood 
Shope Jno B,* harness and saddlery 57 S Main, r .SS.*? 
S Main 

" Thos J, farmer, r Chunn's Coye 

" AVni L, tray slnm, rms 30 Patton aye 
Shortrede Gordon A, elk Biltniore office, r Biltmore 
Shroyer Dayid,* bds 53 E College 

Shuffler Absalom,* wks Biltmore Nursery, r Biltmore 
S'huford Frank A.* g'hoemkr, r 53 Flint 

" Frank L,* policeman, r 170 Woodfin 

" Fred H, wks Citizen, r 53 Flint 



STORES 

OFFICES 

REALTY 



WM. JOHNSTON Jr.lil 



SHUFORD GEO A* (SHUFORD & SHUFORD), R 58 

Orange 
" Jno F, janitor Y ^\ (' A Bldg, bds 41 N Main 
^' Eobt E. ciyil engr, bds 330 S Main 
" Thos W, firemn So By, bds 144 Park are 

SHUFORD W ERNEST (SHUFORD & SHUFORD), RMS 

Palmetto bldg 

SHUFORD & SHUFORD (G A & W E), ATTYS 7 1-2 

S ^^' Ct Square 
Sinunonds Thos,* gii-ocer ccr Brick & Poplar, r sanu^ 

" Wm,* mgr Park Farm Dairy, r same 
Simmons Geo A, carp, bds 2 Blanton 

" Jas, bds 37 Blanton 

" Kobt L, carp, bds 2 Blanton 

" ^Vm. D,* carp, r 37 Blanton 
Simpson Jas B,* tailor J W Schartle, r 10 Locust 

" Robt J, condr So By, rms 108 Park aye 

" R Edw, condr So Ry, rms 1G2 Park aye 
Sims J F,* watchman, r 285 S INIain 
Singer Manufacturing Co (Branch), G A Summers mgr. 
02 S Main 



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RIB-ROCK BOTTOM! 

Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you nionej'. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Grade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



BOTTLED GOODS 



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Sites A B,* slmii W B Williaiuson & Co, r 38 Atkin 

Sizemore Tlios, lineman, bds 38 Bailey 

Skvland Institute, Prof J S Dickey prin, Grady bet 
Cherry and Stai*nes 

Slajfle Edw, wks R L Ownbey. r 289 S French Broad av 
" Jno L, wks R L Ownbey, r 289 S French Broad ave 
" Jno L L, dentist, bds 98(90) Patton ave 
'' ]\rartha (wid Adol])hns). r 289 S French Broad ave 

SLATON BENJ F, MGR SO EXPRESS CO, BDS NE- 

ville House 
Slavden Acton, elk, r 57 Spruce 
SLAYDEN FAKES «& CO (W J SLAYDEN, B R FAKES, 

(' S Davis), who] ^roccMs 25-27 S L<'xin<i,ton ave 

SLAYDEN WM J (SLAYDEN FAKES & CO), R 57 N 

spruce 
Sloan Andrew,* driver Edw McDowell, r Victoria 
Sloop Columbus, drayman H C! Johnson, r same 
" AVm R.* bkpr Standard Oil Co, r 87 Hill 

SLUDER ERWIN, ASST CASHiER BLUE RIDGE NATL 

Bank, bds The Knickerbocker 
" Julia A (wid Erwin), r 137 Chestnut 



Asheville Cycle Co. 

EUGENE C. SAWYEK, Proprietor. 



( Renti ng & Repa iring. 

( 18 and 20 Church St. 



" Lawrence, tinner W A Boyce, bds 58 Hill 
Smathers C E Mi's, ])ropr Earle Court, r same 

" Edw E, r 318 W Haywood 

" Fred I, wks Ash Tel Co, r 318 W Havwood 
SMATHERS GEO H,* RECEIVER W CAROLINA BANK, 

bds 16 Charlotte 
" Jasi)er L,* trv slum, r 318 W Haywood 
" Jno E,* elk Wm A Blaii-, r 77 Biiiley 
" Philip A,* wks Ashv Coi Mills, v nr same 
" Richard I. wks Ashv Tel Co, r 318 W Havwood 

SMATHERS WEXLER*, DENTIST 3-4-5 MAXWEL- 
ton bldg. phone 219, r 71 Haywood, phone 460 

AVhen in need of Dental Work, please remember 



. . . DenHsl^ 

Up-to-Date Work at Reasonable Prices. 

Office, 3-4-5 MAXWELTON BUILDING. 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, . . . . 
CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



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Store: 44 Pattnn Avenue, 
Telephone No. 132. 



1809-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



363 



Siiiatht'i's >\'iu M,* shnu H Rechvood & Co, bds IG 
Charlotte 

Huiit'h — , plijs Teini)l(^ Coni'it 
'' Alfred, wks J ^^' Randle, r same 
'' Alfred, wks H Slias, r 205 Woodfin 
'' Alfred R,* r 205 Woodfin 

'' Arthur K, painter L Swicegood, r 202 Bailey 
'" Bachus, wks D S Hildebrand, r same 
" Chas,* foremn R Pearson, r Richmond Hill 
" C A, chief engr Elec Power Hse, r 392 N Main 
" Charlotte Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 481(43) W 
Haywood 

^ " C B, piivs, bds 55 E College 
" Darby Miss, bkpr, bds 30 Phillips 
"*' Decatur E,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
'' Earl,* painter L Swicegood, r rear 52 Woodfin 
" Edw D,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 511 Logan 
" Edwin C, lab, r 79 Senev 
" Elizabeth (wid W W), r 24 N Spruce 
'' Finley P,* eng inspr So Ry, r 296 Southside ave 
" Frances (wid O), r 111 Merrimon ave 





WM. C. SMITH, 



Best Tailoring.? 37 

S. Main St 



Over 4000 Varieties. 



" F S,* druggist Dr T C Smith, bds Knickerbocker 

" Geo,* wks F M Lindsey, r 273 S Main 

" (leo, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 

" Ceo H,* with T H Lindsey, r 79 N Main 

SMITH G FRANCIS (LORICK & CO), BDS 111 MER- 

rimon ave 
" G Fulton,* r 2 East 

SMITH HARRY M, BARKPR SWANNANOA HOTEL, 

bds same 
" Hattie F ^Irs, r 210 Haywood 
" Henry M,* carp, r 481(43) W Haywood 
'' Isabel C Mrs, r 13 Carter 
'^ Jas H, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
'' Jas M,* floor mgr Farmers Whse, r 79 Main 
" Jno A, steward Oakland Hts, bds same 
" Jno P,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 9 Buxton 
" Junius T,* r 68 Grove 
" J Edw, engr So Ry, bds 144 Park ave 
'' J W M,* carp, r S Biltmore 
'' Lamar, lab, bds GO Pearson ave 
" Lester, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 481(43) W Haywood 



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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 



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ISHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



■ ■ 40 ■■ 

W. College St. 

PHONE 95. 



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Smith Lizzie Madam, r Mountain n e cor Pine 
" Lizzie Miss, wks .Vsliv Cot Mills, r Avery 
" Loring L,* elk So By frt depot, r 102 Park ave 
" Margaret Miss, tchr Orange St Sclil, r 76 E College 
" Mary Miss, servant ^^' W West, r same 
" Melissa Miss, bds 142 Depot 
" Miner W Mrs, r 106 Haywood 
" Nettie Miss, wks Ashv Skt Co, r 79 N Main 
" Norman, wks Asliv C Mills, bds 481(43) W Haywood 
" Ow^en, student, r 111 Merrimon ave 

' " Kiehard, r 79 Seney 
" Kobt B, wks MeConnell Bros, bds Carolina House 
" Robt P, teamster, bds 316 N Main 

SMITH R SHARP,* ARCHITECT 11-12 PARAGON 

bldg, rms 9 same 
" Sallie K ^Nliss, wks Ashv Skt Co, r 79 N Main 
" Sallie T Miss, r Ranioth 
" Sarah Miss, wks Ashv C'ot Mills, r Avery 
" Sarah (wid P T), r Avery 
" Stephen,* grocer 522 A\' Havwood, r rear 537 same 

SMITH STEPHEN 0, MDSE BROKER 10 CHURCH, 

bds same 



WOODBURY nn A I COMPANY. 

Telephone 344. UUHL 



Office No. 6 Patton Ave. 



ALL KINDS OF 
ARD AND 
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" Susan Mrs, r 511 Loj;an 

SMITH THOS C OR,* DRUGGIST 13 S MAIN COR CT 

Sq «& prpr West End Druj^- Store, r 102 Chestnut 
" Thos C jr, bkpr Dr T C Smith, bds 152 Chestnut 
" Troy,* bds 481(43) W Haywood 
" Walter, painter, bds 205 Bailey 
" Walter L, printer Gazette, bds 53 E College 
" Wm,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 15 Short 
' " Wm,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
" Wm, carp, r 481(43) W Haywood 



When you want to reach the EN l IRE 
population of Asheville, the ONLY 
way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thorougfhfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUMMER, Manager. Office in Opera House Building. 



ADVERTISERS, 



Paragon Pharmacy Co. 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 

DOr^ESTIC AND IMPORTED OSCARS 

1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 265 



SMITH WM C* MER TAILOR 37 S MAIN, BDS ASHE- 

ville Hotel 
" Will L,* lab, r 400 N Main 
" Will O,* r Avery 
Snider Blanche Miss, wks Asliv Cot Mills, bds G Green 
" Carrie Miss, r 134 Church 
" Chas, r Avery 

" Fannie B Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
'* Henry, r Avery 

" Sarah A (Avid Jno A), r 133 S Main 
" Rebecca Miss, r 47 Montford ave 

SNIDER WM F,* GROCER 6 N COURT SQUARE, R 

133 S Main 
Snvder Delia ^liss, cook Dr ^^' C Brovvnson, r same 

SNYDER FRANCIS M,* BOOT & SHOEMKR 3 E CT 

Sq, r 75 Seney 
" Nelson,* lab, r Ramoth 
" Rodney, wks H T Rogers, bds 75 Seney 
Solesbee Marion, lab, bds 150 N Lexington ave 
" Mark D,* shoemkr 75 Depot, r same 
" Robt.* wks Ashv Drav C^o, r 02 ^Voodfln 



J, H. WEAVER & GO. 



R?AL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Prcporly 
for Sale and Rent. 



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SOMERVILLE W ROY,* CITY EDITOR THE GAZETTE, 

rnis 3 Gray Gables 
SONDLEY BUILDING, 44 PATTON AVE S E COR 
Church 

" Foster A, attv 1-2-3 Sondlev bldg, r 57 Cherry 

Sorrell Jas,* lab,"^ r 34 Hill ' '^ -' A^ 

Sorrels Geo A,* saloon 5 College, r 153 Charlotte ^ av 

" L Franklin, r 20(2) Sorrels • ^^ 

" Pink B, carp, bds 300 Short Bailev ^^ 

'' Rufiis Z* (Ashv Fish Co), r 28 Hillside 

SOUTH KENSINGTON ART SCHOOL, MRS BELLE D illg f? 

Jones ])r(>])r. 54 Patton ave B'^'^3^^'^ 

SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO, ^"^utl- 

J H Weaver mgr, office & exchange 12 N Court ® ^ S^SS.^ i^' 

Sq (2d floor) g3g?5g^ 

SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO, J T JAMES ROUTE AGENT, ^|?1' 1 

B F Shiton Agt 72 S :\lain mI?!^ 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY CITY PASSENGER & TICKET i^^H^ 

Office, F R Darbv citv ])ass cV' ticket aj^^ent, GO | 5.caC' 






SOUTHERN RAILWAY FREIGHT DEPOT, R P FOSTER ^ * ^:»^ 

agt, Depot St nr Pass Sta o^o^g^g o 

WHK.N you WANT A FHB8(JttLeTION FULi-ED, rememoer tne Head o I our estMOlistmient, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience,' is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy ad Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Phlludelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 
Briar and Meerschaum Pipes 
south of New York at the 



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SOUTHERN RY FRT & PASS DEPOT (BILTMORE), 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY PASSENGER STATION, JAS H 

^^'o()d d(^])ot ticket agt, Depot junc ^^outhside av 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY GENL OFFICES, GEO R 

J.oyall div siipt, D W Newell train master, H L 
Coe road master, over Passenger Station 
'' Raihvny Restaurant, C I Gresham propr, So Ry 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY SHOPS, W A FORD FOREMAN, 

Roberts nr I)e})ot 

SOUTHERN WIVI P REV,* PASTOR BILTMORE BAP- 

tist (Ml. 1' 12 Jefferson Drive 
Soiithwick ('has H,* r A^'est Asheville 

SPANGENBERG JACOB,* BOOTS & SHOES 2 N CT 

Sq, r 72 Church 
S])ates Hanis, cook, r rear 102 S Pine 
S]>angh J F, condr So Rv, rms Opera Hse bldg 
Spears Jane C (wid G T), r 22 Woodfin 
" Jas (\ conir »& bldr Opera Hse bldg, rms same 



^OlipTiy FY^SI'''"^ Clothing and Furnish 



18 Patton Avenue 






ings. Young's Hats,Hanan'8 
Shoes. 



RELIABLE SHOES— That's the kind we selL 




MEN'S— George E. Keith (Jompaiiy's and Johnson & Murphv's. 

WOMfc-N'S-Utz & JJuun's, Sorosis,' E. C. Burt Co.'s 

J. SPANGENBERG, Asheville, N. C. 

SPEED THOMAS A,* PRES ASHV SUPPLY & F CO, 

r 125 Chestnut 
Speegle Jennie (wid Dudley), seamstress, r 56 Roberts 
Si)illars Mary Miss, servant Dr G W Purefoy, r same 
Spivey Berry J,* bdg hse, 63 N Main 

'' Clorie Miss, domestic Jas McPherson, r same' 

" Thos,* lab, r rear 27 Buttrick 
Sprinkle Geo W,* wks Paris Med Co, r rear 182 S Main 

" Robt, wks Ashv Dray Co, r rear 182 S Main 
Sprouse Hosea M,* farmer, r 350 Bailey 



WILLIAMSON & CO 



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Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE $c COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
In all the Best Grades of Coal. 

32 I'-A.TTCDDN" J^^ST'XJJSrXJJS. lF»I3COigru -ao. 



1S99-1900 CITY DIKECTORY 267 



Spi'ouse Kaiikin,* wks So Ry, r Avery 

" Susie (wid D W), v 150 X Lexington ave 

'' Wiley J, carp, r 850 Bailey 
SpurlinJane (' (wid J W), r 103 Blanton 

'• Jno M,* cai'i), r 108 Blanton 5^ 

Stafford Snsan ^Irs, i' Clinnn's Cove ^ 

Standard Oil To, C H Hopkins agt, Avery nr Depot iD 

Stansill Bertlia E Miss, r ISO Woodfin ' 1^ 

" Florence A Miss, r 180 Woodfin Q 

" Snsan C (wid S K), r ISO Woiodfin 
Starnes Brant, student, r I) Iliawassee 

" Bros (J V ^^ W 15). o-rocM-s 100 Batton ave 

STARNES E CLIWGMAN, PHYS 3 S W COURT SQ. 3 

office lioui's 11 to 1 and 8 to 5. r 10 (Irady ^ 

'^ Oeo H.* real estate, r 10 Oradv 

STARNES JESSE R,* ATTY, SECY & TREAS JESSE 

R Starncs Undertaking Co.r 27 S Main (I'd floor) 

STARNES JESSE R UNDERTAKING CO, INCOR, MRS 9 

Ollie E lirand ])res. J R Starnes sec and treas, H« 

27 (2d floor) X :\rain Jj 

'' Jno P* (Starnes Bros), r 14 Bennett 



Carolina Coal Co. 



Office Phone 139. Yard Phone 144. 
OFF/CE 23 PA TTON A VE. 

(See Page Adv.) 



COZ^CECr/OXS A SPBCIAl^TY. 

" Mary J (wid J W), r 9 Hiawassee 

" Sarah M (wid T C), r 5 Starnes ave 

'' AValter B (Starnes Bros), r Knoxville, Tenn 
Staton Estelle Miss, seam stress, bds 20 Central ave 

*' Martha Miss, r A^ictoria 

" Perry, wks Ashv (Vtt Mills, bds 11 Green 
Stayt Annette ^Miss, tchr Asheville Col for Y M, r same 
Stearns Mildred 1^ Mrs, r US Cumberland ave 
Stedman Maggie Miss, seamstress, r Barnard bldg 
Steele Harriet G (wid J B), r Hollvwood nr College 

*' Jno M,* r 190 Bailev 







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And Secretary and Treasurer 
JESSE R. STARNES UNDERTAKING CO. 

27 NORTH MAIN STREET. 





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. A. llHCCH, The Lea ding Fan cy GfQcer. 



53 Patton Avenue. 



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Bulg^cT's"" ^lik^i^hJL Asheviile Hardware Co. 

PeiTect Vehicles at 



ALSO CHEAPBR GRADES i:s STOCK. S. E. Corner Court Square. 



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Steele Osborne, elk, r IDO Bailey 

'' Walter A, pressmn The Citizen, r 190 Bailey 
Hteelnian Avery, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 2G Buxton 
Stelling Jacob H,* barkpr J H Lange, r 23 Penland 

" Jas H, elk W F KSnider, r 23 Penland 

" Thos L, elk Berkeley Cigar Std, r 23 Penland 
Stephens Geo R,* r 4 Louisa 

"■ Geo W,* bdg hse 53 E College 

" Halbert R, reporter The Gazette, r 4 Louisa 

'' Louzena Miss, r 53 E College 

" Mack C, wks Biltmore Nursery, bds Biltmore 
STEPHENS, see also STEVENS 

Stephenson Florence Miss, prin Home Ind Schl, r same 
STEPHENSON JAMES, CLK SWANNANOA HOTEL, 

bds same 
STEPHENSON, see also STEVENSON 
Stepp Elizabeth M Miss, r 24 N Spruce 

'• Ellie Mrs, r 25 Spring 

" Lula R ]Miss, r 24 N Spruce 
Sternberg Siegfried,* hide dealer, r 172 Chestnut 
Stevens Clara E Miss, wks Ashv S Ldry, r 147 N Main 

PAT McintyrejIcLUB saloon 

53 South Main. ) r»HC>Kr:E3 210. 

STEVENS HENRY B,* JUDGE CRIIVIiNAL CIRCUIT 

Court and atty in civil piactice only 42 Palmetto 
bldg, r 85 Chestnut 

'* Jesse S,* hackman, r 147 N Main 

- Jos E (ISrarket St AV W Co), r 147 N Main 

*' Linda Miss, bds 1 Aston Lane 

" Maggie L ^liss, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 147 N Main 

" Stella Miss, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 147 N Main 
STEVENS, see also vSTEPHENS 
Stevenson Jas, wks ^Mclnturff »!<: Cobb. bds 31 Haywood 

" () A, wks So Ry sho]is 
STEVENSON, see also STEPHENSON 
Stewart Jno,* lab. r 1)3 Atkinson 

" Jno H (Ste\\art ^^ P.yrd), r rear 283 S Main 

" Jos, r 03 Atkinson 

'' Mary INIiss, trained nurse, r G7 E College 

" Newton H,* lab, r Ramoth 

" & Byrd (J H Stewart, Wm H Byrd), gro 285 S Main 
Stewm(in Jos W,* carp, r G Oakdale ave 

" J W Airs, wks Ashv Stm Ldrv. r Oakdale ave 

STIKELEATHER CHAS W,* SOLICITOR PATTON & 

Stikeloaihor. r 73 Bailev 




REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary PubliC. 



FARNHOLT 



Paragon Pharmaey Go. 

ONLY SOOA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



ISUU-IOOO CITY DIRECTORY 



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STIKELEATHER FERGUS* (ASTON RAWLS & CO) 

and (rattou cV Stikeleather), v 40 Church 
- Fergus jr,* agt Asliv Traus Co, r 80 Cherry 

STIKELEATHER JAMES G, WITH KENILWORTH INN 

stables, ruis over 113 to 123 Patton ave 
" J Graves, mess W U Tel Co, bds 73 Bailey 

Stiles Harper,* fruits 39 E College, rms 2 Gray Gables 

Stilhvell Jos S, elk W E Carter, r same 
" Mary Miss, r 117 Chestnut 

Stimpson Computing Scale Co, Jos B Wells & Co agts, 
48 Patton ave 

Stine Mattie Miss, cook Mrs E C Parker, r same 

Stirewalt Adolphus D,* chf car insp So Ry, r 12 Rector 
'' Lee J,* air brk inspr So Ry, r 7 Park Place 

Stirling Alex, jeweler A M Field, r 10 N Ct Square 

Stockton A Lowi'ie, printer Citizen, bds 5 Flint 
" B Dook, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 5 Flint 
"' Lizzie C Miss, dressmkr Mrs Bradford, r 5 Flint 
" IMartha C (wid A H), r 5 Flint 

STOCKTON MITCHELL M,* ADV MGR CITIZEN, R 63 
N Spruce 



""■ST "Temple Court 



STOl^BS 

OFFICES 

I^ERliTY. 



STOKELY ROYAL J,* DEPY CO TREASURER, R 176 

Merrimon ave 
Stone R B,* dispr So R\, bds Glen Rock Hotel 
Stoner Aurelius D (Stoner Bros), r 30 S Main 
" Bros (J M, C V, O E & A D), proprs The Racket 

Store, 30 S Main 
" Chas V (Stoner Bros), r 30 S Main 
" Jno M (Stoner Bros) (Beall & Stoner), r 30 S Main 
" Or]jheous E (Stoner Bros), r 30 S Main 
Stowe Geo,* switchman So Rj, v 510 W Haywood 
"• Mary (wid Jas), dressmkr, r 104 Bailey 
" Willie ^I M Miss, asst Dr Wexler Smathers, r 104 

Bailey 
Stradley Bros (E B & W T), grocers IG N Ct Square 
" Chas V* trv slmn, bds 101 Park ave 

STRADLEY E BOARDMAN* (STRADLEY BROS), R 

l<;i Chestnut 
" Wm C, grocer 14 N Court S(], r 10 Starnes ave 
" W Thos (Stradlev Bros), rms IGl Chestnut 

Street J R,* firemn So Ry 

Strobel Edwarrl F, bds The Altimont 

>>troup Edgar,* tinnei' W A Boyce, r W Asheville 






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Rule with us. We tuy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Imported and Domestic Cigsrs Sold by the Box at Factory Prices at tlie 

BERKELE Y CIGAR STAND 

^ , 270 MALONEY'S ASHEVILLE 

'^i 3 Stroup Einest J,* wks Ashv Tel Co, bds Western Htl 

™" C '* Jos,* lab, r 17 Turner 

2£ 2 '* Kenneth C, elk J S FuUam, r same 

£ ^ " SanilJ,* lab, r 118 Poplar 

'• Taylor,* carp, r 11 N Pine 

" AVni, wks Biltmore Store, r S Biltniore 

STUBBS ALFRED H REV, WARDEN RAVENSCROFT 

Associate Mission, r Slioenberj^er ilall 
OL Sturdevant Lucy H Miss, r 113 Montford ave 
Suber Wm, lab, r 18 Turner 

Sudderth Jas H, condr So Ry, r 342 W Haywood 
" Jno S, flgmn So Ry, r 342 \V Haywood 
" Mattie C (wid W P), r 342 W Haywood 
is '' W Jos, grocer 315 W Haywood, r 342 same 

^ ^vigg J"o K,* carp, r 265 S Main 
C " Leo, wks Swannanoa Hotel, r 205 S Main 

Sullivan Elmore,* lab, r 121 Roberts 
'' Jas,* r 121 Roberts 



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_ J Herbert,* engr So Ry, bds 141 Park ave 

J^ " S Vista Mrs, bds 117 S Main 

CinVPI EC 1 "^AGLE" I ASHEVILLE CYCIE COT 

■is DlU I llLCO I CLEVELAND 1 is a:;;'^^.^uKl^H''^T^ET. 

Summers Geo A, mgr Singer Mfg Co, bds S French 
Broad ave 
" Jos W,* atty, 14 S Main s e cor Ct Sq, r Gl Chestnut 
Summerfield I,"* mgr The Baltimore, bds 48 N Spruce 
Sumniey Albert T,* U S Commr & J of P S Ct Sq, r 
113 Haywood 
" Ellen Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 510 W Haywood 
Sumner A Theodore, cigars & tobacco, 14 Patton ave^ 
bds 5 Jetferson Drive 
" Benj E,* condr So Ry, bds Glen R Hotel 
" Bynum H* (Sumner, Deal & Co), r Ramotli 
'* Deal & Co (F A Sumner (N Y), Lyman A Deal, B H 
Sumner), dry gniiods & MiH'ineiy, 40-42 Patron uv 
" Frauk A,* r 5 Jeffersion Drive 
" Jas P],* lab, r 100 Pearson ave 
" Mary Miss, r 71 Hill 
" Saml,* teamster, r 60 Pearson ave 
'* Wm, lab, r GO Pearson ave 
Suiilighir Oil & (Ta&ioline Co, Jacoib & Marvin TN'eaver 

proiiTS 20 N Ct Sq 
Suttle C Pinckney, bds G8 E College 
•• Dniv I),"" r Cs'e C^c liege 

WILLIUMSON & CO/ "'^"B"Eg|'.£y''^'^^' 

16 Patton Avenue. UpholSlGry GOOdS, EtC. 





Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY. 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Paitnn Avenue. 
Tele^^hone No. 132. 



MVLONEY^S ASHEVILLE 



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Suttle Jos B, elk T S Morrison & Co, bds 68 E College 
Swan Emma Miss, housekpr P E Eveiliart, r same 
Swauev James, r 30 N Tine 
" Jno M,* lab, r 30 N Pine 
Swannanoa Barber Shop, Caleb Priestly (c) propr, 

Swannaiioa Hotel 
'• Country (Mub, Dr S W Battle prest, J J McClosky 
secy, Club House Ramotb 
SWANNANOA HOTEL, FRANK A LINCOLN MGR, 69 S 

Main 

Swannanoa Hotel 

ASoEVlLLE, i.ORTH L^ROIINA. 

Accommodates two hundred an 1 fifty guests. Everythin? fl'st-clnss 
choice suites of rooms; ex;jellea5 t ible; good service; large office 
sun parlors; electric lights; steam heat. Oa main car line from depot 
and central to all parts of city. Rates Si.fiO, $.2 50 per day; weekly 
rates for families. Large ballroom, 1.50 x 50 feet floor space; orches- 
tra provided during busy seasjus. Write us for descriptive circulars, 
etc. 

F. T. LINCOLN, Manager. 



ff Ifll III Ulfil I iTiC Over 4000 Varieties. 



37 

S. Main St 



SWANNANOA HOTEL BAR, HARRY M SMITH MGR, 

Kiehard E Kunyon asst mgr, G5 S Main 

Swannanoa Hotel Bar 

Harry M. S>tiTH nd Rch vbd E. Runyon, Managers. 

Give this bar a call and you will not only get 
polite attention, but will have the pleasure 
of being served by the two best and most 
competent mixologists in the city. 

65 South Main. 



SWANNANOA HOTEL HALL, 73 S MAIN 
" Ice & Coal Co (The), incor, L M Eeed prest, C R 

Whitaker secy &'ti'ea*?, office 20 N Ct Sq, factory 

Biltuiwe 
Swartzberjj; Berrish,* slmn The Baltimore, r 42(41) 

Central ave 
'' C Henry,* millinery 22 S Main, r same 
" Ike (J B Swartzberg & Son), r IGl E College 
'> Jos B* (J B Swartzberg & Son), r IGl E College 






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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave^ 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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PHONE 95. 



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Main 

" Moses,* propr The Baltimore, r 56 N Spruce 
Swearingame Earl, driver, bds 83 Depot 

"' Egburt, lab, bds 83 Depot 

" Emma (wid Benj), r 85 Depot 
Sweeney A Max,* lab, r 10 Madison 

SWICEGOOD LINDSEY,* WALL PAPER, PAINTS, 

etc K) S Main, r 173 S Main 



, DEALER IN 

ga?rTrorLS,f 

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Brush Eis, 



L SWICEGOOD 

L. F. DIGRAM, Manager. 

Painter and 
Paper Hanger. 



i\WNiN6S VADE TO ORLLR 



Telephone 177. 



46 SOUTH MAIN STREET. 



WOOOBUHY 

Telephone 344. 



GOAL 



COMPANY. 



Office No. 6 Patton Ave. 



ALLKINDd UF 
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" Wm Y,* shun Racket Store, r Chunn's Cove 
Swiney J Eranklin,* stone mason, r 91) Depot 
Swink Jas C,* blksmith 25 Willow, r 188 S Main 

'* John L,* paper hgr L Swicegood, r 172 S Main 

" John L jr, r 172 S Main 

" Robt* (Brown ^V: Swink), r 158 Church 

SWOPE RODNEY R REV,* PASTOR ALL SOULS 

Episcopal Church, r Biltmore 



Talbert Hardy A,* grocer 323 W Haywood, r same 
Talent David,'* wks F M Foster, r 356 N Main 
Tarbell Jno H, photgr 95 E College, bds same 
Tari)lev Thos M,* engr So Rv, r 168 Park ave 

TASTELESS QUININE CO (THE), INCOR, E W GROVE 

I)res, A H Duncan vice-pres, W H Lasater sec 
and treas, uifrs tasteless quinine, 41 S Main 
Taylor Alston,* lab, r Sunset Drive 



AaHEVILLE 
DVERTISINC 
CENCY 

J. D. PLUMMER, Manaeer 



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Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
Control City Street-Car Advertising. 

repare and place Newspaper Advertising. 
Contractors for Western North Carolina. 

Office In Opera House Bnlldlnr. 




Sboit anb 
H)irect %mc from 

MEMPHIS and 
ST. LOUIS, 

Little Bo€k, IIIN^jligs, 
Tixarkarm, IkHt^. ff ivoston, 
San Antoi^i«, Lar««li^ muB.f 

El Pasoy CRy of Kcxice, Los Angeles, 

San Francisco, Kansas City, Omaha, Denver, 

Salt take City and Pacific Coast. 

I Free Reclining Chair Cars 
Pullman Sleeping Cars. 

JjQnections at— 




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Pue§/o, ^-—-r and e*'^'" 

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Ycstibiile I'ralns. 
Fast 31ail Route. 




Omaha, 



For lowest ticket rates, time-tables, and all desired information, 
address 



1 G. WARNER, 

Vice-President. 



W. B. DODDRIDGE, 

General Manager, 

H. C. TOWNSEND, 
General Pfii^setiger and TicUet Agent, 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 



Travel in Comfo rt. 

\_y By taking Advantage of the 

Superior Train Service, Elegant 
Equipment and Fast Time 

VIA THE iiinini 

'TEXAS" 

The Short Line /'"^ffll!^^"\ The Short Line 



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FROM 



TO 

Shreveport, Fort Worth, Dallas, El Paso, Texarkana, 
Denison, Sherman and Paris, Texas, 

AND POINTS IN THE. 



The Direct Line To All Points in 

MEXICO, NE\Ar MEXICO, ARIZONA, OREGON, 
AND CALIFORNIA. 

The only line operating PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPERS from Texas to 
California. 

PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS from New Orleans to Dallas, Fort 
Worth, Denver, El Pa.so, Los Angeles and San Francisco. The Favorite Line 
via Sacramento to Oregon and Washington. 

Lowest ticket rates, time-tables, and all desired information will be furnished 
by any of the ticket agents of the Texas Pacific Railway, or 

L. S. THORNE. E. P. TURNER, 

3d Vice President and Gen'l Manager. General Fags, and Ticket Agent 

EDallaSy Texas. 

J. H. WORD, Southeastern Passenger Agent, 8 Kimball Ho ise, AlLANTA, GA 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO. 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions* 



OPPOSITE 

POST.. 
.. OFFICE 



J. N. WEAVER & GO 



REAL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Property 
for Sale and Rent. 



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1899-11)00 CJTY DIRECTORY 273 

Taylor (,^oi*d'elia Miss, nurse J M Campbell, r g^ame 
'' C \Vm, painter, bds 188 8 Main 

" E A, bds 20 Clayton ?■ 

" Emma (wid S A), laund, r AVest Asheyille ?* 

" n M,* bds 20 Clayton • ^ 

" Jas C* lab, r Beaumont Hill g 

" Jas M, carp, r 412 Flint 
" Jeter, r 90 Broad 
" John,* lab, r 15 Madison 
" J G, wks Biltmore Nursery 
*' Magj?ie Miss, cook J D Henderson, r same 
'' Mitchell B.* r 90 Broad 
" Morjjan L,* farmer, r 412 Flint ^ 

" Nat W, photgr, 29 Patton ave, rms same ® 

" Oscar, lab, r West Asheyille S 

" Ransom S,* teamster Geo F Scott & Co, r country § 

" Baml J, painter, r 412 Flint 5" 

" Vernon C, painter, r 412 Flint S 

" Walter, farmer, r Binj>ham Hts i» 

" Wm, wks Geo F Scott & Co. r Chunn's Coye ► 

" Wm D, policeman, r 412 Flint g 




" W Baxter,* elk So Ry frt depot, r 47 Depot 
Teague I M,*\yks Ashy Cot Mills,r 454(30) W Haywood 
'' Jas R, wks Ashy Cot Mills, r Ayerv -^ 5 

" John A,* lab, r Ayery g" -=s p 

" Thos. wks Ashy Cot Mills, r Ayery 2^3 

Tebbets Hannah E (wid J M), r 13 Groye ^ " 

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Johnston Jr mgr *^ » ^ 5 

Templeton Alice Miss, opr So Bell T Co, r 147 Bailey w 1 S ° 

" Lutie T Miss, bds 147 Bailey ' ? •" ^ 

** iSIaggie K Miss, asst South Kensington Art School, ^ 

bds 147 Bailey > ^ 

" Wm C* wks Market St W W Co, r 147 Bailey '^ ■§ 

Tennent Anna INI Miss, r 102 Montford aye 

" Chas E, r 6 Blake » 

" Gaillard S, ])hys (oculist) 10-11 Maxwelton bldg, r f 

111 Montford aye t> 

" Geo R,* bkpr J A Tennent. r 199 Chestnut o 

TENNENT JAS A,* ARCHITECT & CONTR 20(2) S 

Ct Sq, r 199 Chestnut 



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WHEN YOU WANT A PRESCRIPTION FILLED, remember the head of our estabUshment, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The PhUadelphl* 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST TOURIST 
AND COMMERCIAL 
HOTEL IN ASHEVILLE 



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TEMPLE COURT. 

A modern, three-story business block, comprising Nos. 47, 49 
51 and 53 Patton Avenue. 

WM. JOHNSTON, Jr., 

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No. 47 Patton Avenue. 

No. 49 Patton Avenue, Entrance to 

Temple Court. 
No. 51 Patton Ave nue, Oestreicber A: 

Co., Dry Goods, Faucy Goods and 

Millinery. 
No. 53 Patton Avenue, G. A. Greer, 

Wholesale and Retail Fancy 

Groceries. 

SECOND FLOOR. 

41, 2 and 3 Temple Court, Merrimon & 

Merrimon. 
4, 5 and 6 Temple Court, Dr. O. P. 

Ambler. 
7 and 8 Temple Court, Davidson «Si 

Jones. 



SECOND FLOOR-Coaiiaued. 

9 and 10 Temple Court, Craig & 

WhitfO.'. 
11 and 12 lemple Couit. ( arttr & 

Weaver. 
13 and 14 Temple Court, M. B. Wil- 

kiiibon. 
15 Temp e Court, Cooper & Woodbury. 
17, Ih and 19 Temple Court, Mtore "& 

Moore. 

20 and 21 Temple Court, Wm John- 
ston, Jr., Real Kstate Owner. 

21 Temple Court, George VV. Til^on. 
24 Temple Court, L. A. F«rinholt. 

TtiIRD FLOOR. 

30 Temple Court, John Y. Jordan. 

31 Temple Court, O. D. hevell. 



COURTNEY'S 

18 Patton Avenue. 



Fine Clothing and Furnish- 
ings. Young's Hats,Hanan's 
Shoes. 



^ J. A. TEIMNENT 

Z Architect and Gontpactor 

5 ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

AVork Solicited. Designs and Specifications Furnished on 

Application. Estimates of Cost and quantity 

of Material Made. 

NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION 0^ DESIGN ON CONTRACf W RK. 

Tenneiit Janit^s E,* j)ainter, v (> Hluke 
" ^Lti-.y J (wid Dr Cluts), r 111 Montford ave 
Terrell Theo V, bkpi' Ashv Cot JNlills, bds Haywood 
Terry Emmett E,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 
Theobold Anthony A,*with Candy Kitcben,r 80 Bailey 
'' Lou M (Mrs A A), propr Candy Kitchen, r 80 Bailey 
Thomas Alex, wks H A Dunham, bds 108 Madison 
" Fred W (Thomas & Wells), rms 24 Maxwelton bldg 
'' Geo H,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 546 W Haywood 
" J Edwards,* acct So Rv, r 107 Patton ave 
" & Wells (T W Thomas, R M Wells), attys, 23-24 
Legal bldg 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE $c COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
In all the Best Grades of Coal. 

32 3F»-A."I"r03Xr .^'%7'JEiJXTJJES. PZZO^u'DB 40. 



Carolina Coal Co. 



Office Phone 130. Yard Phone 144» 
OFF/CE 23 PA TTON A VE. 

(See Page Adv.) ' 



" Nannie Miss, r 40^ X Main 
Tinsley Lee J,* wks Asliv Milling Co, r Avery 

'• AVH,* shoemkr 'imcl'li)) Patton av, r 327 Patton a\r 
Tipton Cornelius A,* wks Ashv St Ry, r Marjorie 

" Jas H, claim elk So Ry, bds 45 Vance 
Tobin M C Mrs. tchr Aslieville Col for Y M, r same 
Todd Lewis U,*flremn Biltmore Rollr Mills, r Biltmore- 
Tomlin Henry L,* condr So Ry, r 123 Depot 
Torrence John W* (Torrence & Rielierson), r Victoria- 

" i^' Rielierson (J W Torrenc^, J T Rielierson), black- 
smiths 7 AValnut 
To'we ]Mary, seamstress, r 10 Hazzard 

" Rosa, seamstresis. r 10 Hazzard 
Townsel Geo W,* lab, r 181 S Main 
Traehman Max, elk I) Gross, bds 72 Woodfin 
Trantham Chas.* painter, r 339 W Haywood 

'• Thos L, wroeer A'ictoria, r same 
Treadaway J R* (J R Treadaway & Co), r 172 Roberts 

" J R iSr'Co (J R Treadaway, C T AYells), genl mdse 
172 Roberts 
Ti-eeee David S,* barber Longbottoms, r Montford ave 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 275 

Tiiomason Annie ^I ^liss, milliner, bds 25 Bailey 

" Iris M Miss, student, r 3() Depot 

'• Osborn A, r 30 Depot 

" AN'intield S,* condr So Ry, r 3(> Depot 
Thompson Archibald, genl ins, 7^ S W Court Sq, rms 
36 Patton ave 

'* Edward E, tinner W A Boyce 

" F D,* mdse broker 48 I'atton ave. r 173 Patton ave _ 

'' Henry E, mtnin Ashv St Ry, r 320(B) Short Bailey v 

" Kelley,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 142 Roberts ' [J* 

" Louisa ]Mrs, r 37 Charlotte 

" Mary Miss, cook W AN Jones, r same 

'• Wm S, elk Grants Pharmacy, bds 56 Bailey 
Thornberg E Lynn, asst inspr So Bell T Co, bds 40 ^ 

Morgan ave 
Thornton (Mias D, oj.r So Ry, bds 371 W Haywood ^ 

Tiee Robt S, phys, r 409 S Main ' J 

Tiddy R'obt (\* 'elk So Ry frt depot, r 47 Depot J 1^— — 

" N Sue Miss, milliner, bds 47 Depot l^ ^Q 

Tighe Richard J,* })rin High School, r 175 Chestnut q ^w 

Tiison Geo W,* atty 1 Temple Court, r 28 Starnes ave )i 



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. A. bn ten, The LeadingFancy Grocer. 



53 Patton Avenue. 



PSZOl^J-X: 136. 




Complete Stock 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

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Special Orders . . . 

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Tiexier Benj,* r 172 S Main 
" B Lewis,* engr So Ry, r 43 Depot 
" David,* tinner, r rear 172 S Main 
Trivett Laura J (wid W W), bdft- OS Depot 
Trnll Clias M,* mer, r 42^ Haywood 
Tucker E B,* dispr So Ry, bds Glen Rock Hotel 
" Jas H* (Tucker, Murphy & Curtis), r 72 E College 
^' Mattie Mrs, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 1 Buxton 
■"• Murphy & Curtis (J H Tucker, J D Murphy, Z F 

Curtis), attys 11^ Patton ave 
'' Odell, wks Asiiv Cot :Mills, r 1 Buxton 
Tugman Piffle Miss, nurse Mission Hospital, r same 
Turbyfill Newton H,* carp, r Mtn rd nr limits 
Turner Gerald, elk B H Cosby, bds 57 Church 
'' J no M, grocer 18(9) Sorrel, r same 
^' Wm,* auctioneer & turn 35 N Main, r 57 Church 
" Winifred Miss, tchr Bailey Kindergarten School, 
r 57 Church 
Tuttle Wm L,* condr So Ry, r G5 Victoria ave 
'Tuxedo, Jois McCarry propr, bdg 7G-7.S Haywood 
Tweed Elisha S,* lab, r 20 Short B ailey 

PAT MclNTYRE, ] Beer Bottled Daily. 

Agent AUGUSTA BREWING CO. J " south Main. Phone 21 a. 

Tyack Wm E, barber Glen Hotel, bds same 
Tyree J Nicholas, farmer, r Montford 

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Underwood Jane (wid A), laund, r 162 S Beaumont 



Valentine Elizabeth M Misis, r 95 Chmrch 
" Prank I*rof.* prin Ravenscrioft High School, r sjime 
*' Thos AA' Prof, tchr Raven'scroft High Scliool, r same 

VAN BERGEN CHARLES DR,* TREAS OAKLAND HTS 

Hotel < \>, r A'irtoria 
\'ance Alice Mrs, slslady Racket Store, r 213 Haywood 

" John C, wks AMld Cherry Springs Dairy, r same 

•' Robt B, studenit, r 243 Haywood 

" Zeb Demooratic Club, 49 S ;^L^in (see appendix) 
A' an Gilder Miax F, atty 4 Legal bldg, r 47 Woodfin 

" Ralph R, steward Oaks Hotel, r same 

-' Tho's I,* J of P, r 47 Wdodfln 



L. A. FARINHOLT. 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmacy Go 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



opposrE 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 277 

VANHORN ORLI^B;* GENlTSECY Y M C A, R~TF~ 

lliawassee 
A'aii Sande Louis, iins 9 Hiawassi^e 
yan ^Mnkle Kingsland. thne kpr Biltniore oflfice, r 

Vic4oiia. 
A'ariier Jessie Miss, doinestie J AY Slioiok, r same 
A'aiig'han Maude Misis, bds 54 S Freiucli Briotid ave 

" A\'m W, painter, r 22 Cuiuberland are 
A'aug'hu Eniilie Miss, proprsjs Fwest Hill, i- same 

*' Fi-aaik S, r Forest Hill 
"W^ss Addle Miss, wks Asliv !^tm Ldry, bds 91 AVoodfiii 

'* Lizzie Miss, wks Asiliv Stiu Ldry, bds 91 Woodftu 
A>st Ro'bt A,* ptr L Swicegood, r 8 Frederick 
Yesstal Herbert P, elk L A Farin'hoTt, r 120 Haywood 
A'ienma Bakery, C O Paul jwopr, 18 N Court Square 
MUa The, Mrs J E Millard, 5:^ W (\illege 

VINES WM M REV,* PASTOR FIRST BAPTIST CH. 

bds 27 Charlotte 
A'ough Marv Miss, r 15G N Main 



STORES 

OFFICES 

REALTY 



WM, JOHNSTON, Jr, 



No. 20 

Temple Court 



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Waddell Chas E, su])t Asliv & B St Ry & T Co, r 2VI 

Chestnut 
WADDELL DUNCAN C JR (WADDELL & COXE), RMS 

IT S Main 
" Frank X,* r 212 Chestnut 
'• Maud F iliss, r 212 Chestnut 

WADDELL & COXE (D C WADDELL JR, F S COXE). 

general ins, 18 Patton ave 
A\ ade Otis,* wks Wm Johnston Jr, r 107 Hill 
AN'agner Carrie L Aliss, r (J7 AYoodfin 

WAGNER JAS L, ASST POSTMASTER, R 67 WOOD- 

fin 
'• Jas L Jr, bkpr AY A Boyce, rnis 39 Temple Ct 
" John A,* eontr ^: bldr, r 07 AA^oodfin 
'' John D,* carp, r 32 Silver 
'' Lillie L Aliss, r 07 AA'oodtin 
" Lucius D,* condr Ashv St Ry, r 195 S Alain 
" N Taylor, collr Lorick & Co, bds 07 AVoodtiu 
AVainscott Laura L ( wid Jas A), dressmkr, v 182 Bailey- 



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RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Grade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



BOTTLED GOODS 



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\\'aiuscott Lawrence A, student, r 182 Bailev 
Wakefield Edw F* elk, rms 187 Bailey 

" Thos A, condr So Kv, bds 80 Depot 
^Valcott Mary S Mrs. bds 8 Blake 
"W'alden Anna Mrs, r !)(> Cnnibcrland ave 
\N'aldhein], Mrs 31 J Patterson i»roprss, bdg, lill Pat- 
ton ave 
^N'alker Charlotte P Miss, r 88 Bailey 

- .Tas L.* bds 117 S Main 
WALKER ROBT P,* DLR IN LEAF TOBACCO, OF- 

tice 5 n w Ct Scj, wareliouse Valley s e cor rf 
Beaumont, r S Biltmore 
" Wm A, student, r S Biltmore 
A\'allace C S, fish and oysters U & 8 Central mkt, r 
Morehead City, N C 
'• Jas C* blksmith B Burnett, r 48 Chestnut 
AN'alser Bertie Miss, r Ramoth 
" Fred T,* elk Inter Kev ottice, r Ramoth 
" Gertrude Miss, r Ramoth 
Walsh Alice Miss, r West Asheville 



Asheville Cycle Co. 

EUGENE C. SAWYER, Proprietor. 



Renti ng & Repa iring. 

18 and 20 Church St. 



" Jas, barber Bender's, bds Asheville Hotel 
AYALSH, see also WELCH 
Walton F Arthur,* wks Vanderbilt est, r S Biltmore 

" Henry S,* wks Swanuanoa Club, r 14 S Spruce 

'' Nancy 1,* dressmkr. r !)8 P>ailey 
Ward Chas S,* r Keuilworth 

" David (J, elk So Ry, r 33 Bailey 

'' Fred, barkpr P Carr, rms Temple Court 

" (leo H. janitor, rms 8 Maxwelton bldg 

" Henry S, wks MePherson & Clark, bds 171 S French 
Broad a^ e 

'' John B,* plumber, r 100 A\'illiam 

" Lizzie (wid Wm), r 871 Flint 

*• Mary A (wid AVm), r 171 S French Broad ave 

" Martha :Mrs, i- rear 102 S IMne 

" Owen,* mclist, rms (5 S Spruce 

" Thos,* wks city, r Happy Hollow 

" Wm Rev,* r 33 Bailey 

" Wm A, line foreman So Bell T Co, bds 33 Bailey 
AN'arden H Paj^e.* r 121 Cumberland ave 

" John.* lab. r Montford 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUCS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



<Irowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 4i Pattnn Avenue. 
Telephone No. 132. 



1809 1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



279 



A^'aie Albert B,* j of p, i- 12 A'ance 

"• Jas A. stamper P O, r 12 Yanee 

*" Kathleen Miss, r 12 Yaiice. 
WARE NORA MISS, TCHR INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, 

r 12 Yanee 
Waring- Areliibald H, broker, r Hollywood nr College 
AVarue Emma Miss, servant J P Starnes, r same 
AVarnes Jessie E Miss, depy elk U S Cireuit & Dist 

Court, bds 58 Orange 
A\'arren Adeline (wid Pinkney). r Avery 
" Bertie Mrs, wks Asliv Cot Mills, r Avery 
" Lucy Miss, wks Asliv Cot Mills, r Avery 
*' R J, opr Biltmore depot, bds Yietoria 
'• ^Ym W, printer, bds 36 Seney ' 

Washington Geo, peddler, bds 7 Walnut 

'' W Herbert,* phys, r Yietoria 
Waters Maggie Miss, r 348 W Haywood 
TWatkins Ida Miiss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, bds 489 W 
Haywood 
'' John, wks Ashv Cot ]\Iills, bds 3 Yiew 



37 

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W IVIl Ul Uml I Hl^ Over 45^5^r.eties.' 

" Leroy M, farmer, r S Biltmore 
Watson Anna ]Miss. ladies tailoring 544^ Patton ave, 
bds 115 Cumberland ave 

WATSON JOHN A,* PHYS & SURGEON 13 GROVE, R 

same 
AYatts Clayton,* r nr Ashv I & C Co, Chute 
Weaver A Fulton,* depy sheriff, r 130 Broad 
" Blanche AI Aliss, r 169 Chestnut 

WEAVER FRANK M, PRES CAROLINA COAL CO, BDS 

The Kniclvcrbocker 
'' H B,* phys, 1-2 Maxweltou bidg. r 169 Chestnut 

WEAVER JACOB F (JACOB & MARVIN WEAVER) (J H 

Weaver «S: Co), rms 26 I'atton ave 
" Jacob & Marvin, proprs Sunlight Oil & G Co, 20 N 

Ct Square 
" Jas,* r Montford 
'' Jas A,* lab, r Montford 

WEAVER JNO H* (J H WEAVER & CO), MGR SO BELL 

Tel Co, r 111 Cumberland ave 
" Jos B,* solicitor J R Oates, r 311 Bailev 



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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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PHONE 95. 



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WEAVER J H & CO (J H & J F WEAVER), REAL EST 

20 l*attoii ave 
'' Marj^^aret E Miss, i- 1()<» Chestnut 
'' Mvra J Miss, r 160 Chestnut 

WEAVER RICHARD M (CHAMBERS, WEAVER & CO), 

1 HIS 23 Dihunior bkl^ 
" Win J, ph^'s Marshall, N C, rnis 175 Chestnut 
" Wm V* gunsmith 39 Patton ave, i- 12 N Court Sq 

WEAVER WM T,* PRES & GENL MGR ASHEVILLE & 

15 St Rv X:T Co. r Kanioth 



& WEAVER), RMS 23 
PATTERSON, 



WEAVER ZEB (CARTER 

Drhumor bldg 

WEBB ALEXANDER (RUTLEDGE, 

Webb & Co, rnis 10 Church 

WEBB CHAS A* (MARTIN & WEBB), SOLICITOR 

Criminal Court, r 2(K.) Merrimou ave 
" Estelle C Miss, r 31 N French Broad ave 
" Hardy,* elk E M Mitchel, r Victoria 
'' Jas, wks Vanderbilt est, r Avery 
" Mary A Miss, r 31 N French Broad ave 

WOODBURYpnill COMPANY. Y'-::rZ 

Telephone 344. UUriL office No. 6 Ration Ave. J SOFT COAL. 

" Mary E (wid Jas A), r 31 N French Broad ave 

" Prosody Miss, r Victoria 
Webster Calvin X,* slmn G A ISfears, r 140 S Main 
Welborn Chas W,* printer Citizen, r Ramoth 

" John M Rev,* r Ramoth 

" Lida (Mrs L A), elk ^^V>man's Exchange, r Ramoth. 
WELBORN, see also WILBORN 
Welch Chas E, fireman So Ry, r 357 W Haywood 

" Elliott B Mrs, proprss Dunrobin, r same 

'* John L,* grocer 549 Haywood, r West Asfieville 

" Newton,* lineman, r 62 Woodfln 

" Thos C, yd condr So Ry, r 357 Haywood 
W^ELCH, see also WALSH 

Weldon Lenora E Miss, chf opr So Bell T Co, r 28 Pen- 
land 

" Robt L, elk Lorick & Co, bds 28 Penland 

" Saml G* opr Biltmore Depot, r 28 Penland 

" Saml G Jr, student, r 28 Penland 
Welles EdAV B,* (E B Welles ct Son), r 18 Bearden ave 

" E B & Son (E B & G E B), contrs, 18 Bearden ave 

" Geo E B (E B Welles & Son), r 18 Bearden ave 



When you want to reach the ENURE 
5 population of Ashevllle, the ONLY 
way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thorougfhfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUMMER, Manager, Office in Opera House Building. 



Paraxon Pharmacy Co. 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 



J. H. WEAVER & GO, 



REAL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Prtperty 
for Sale and Rent. 






1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 28i 

Wells Chas T,* (J R Treadawav~& Co), r Canton, N C 
" Jos B.* (Jos B Wells cV: Coj, r 108 Ciiinberland ave 
" Jos B & Co, gen agts Stimpsou Computing Scale Co, 

48 Patton ave 
" Longe C,* lab, r 310 Short Bailey 
" Mabel Miss, cook Mrs A Vance, v same 
" Maude J Miss, slslady G A Mears, bds 31 Central 

" Robt M (Thomas & Wells), bds 74 Haywood g '^ ^J 

Wendt Ferdinand, barber Biltmore, r Victoria ^ > ^^ 

Wernwag Adolphus,* meats F Central Mlit, r 347 W g ^ J^ 

Haywood 
Wesson David Y, condr So Ry, bds 144 Park ave 
West Alex,* farmer, r S Biltmore 

"• Annie Miss, r Montford ^ ^ ^m^ 

" Augusta T S Miss, r 278 Chestnut | ^ CD 

" Bertha Miss, r 287 S Main ^ ' ^ 

" Chas H, wks A J Merrell, r 260(220) Patton ave |3 ^ 

" Chas W, student, r 278 Chestnut ^ ^J 

" Cordelia (wid G W), r Montford P 



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" Elvira Miss, r 260(220) Patton ave 

WEST END DRUG STORE, DR T C SMITH PROPR, 

272 Patton ave 
'^ Erwin, dairyman, r 16 Turner 
" Evelyn N Miss, r 278 Chestnut 
" Haley A,* condr Ashv & B St Ry. bds 94 S Main 
" Henry,* r 94 S Main 

" Jas H.* grocer 200(220) Patton ave, r same 
" Jas S,* collr, r 102 Montford ave 

" Jas T,* wks Vanderbilt est, bds S Biltmore < £,c;^a2 

" John E, carp, r S Biltmore ITH-s ?1 

" John T.* r Albemarle Park S'f S.|§ S" 

" Laura M Miss, r 278 Chestnut o S ^ S § C" 

" Lucy S Miss, r 260(220) Patton ave g" ^ S ? - § 

" M Cheres Miss, tchr Bailey School, r 278 Chestnut || ^* s'g^ 

" Sallie J Miss, r S Biltmore ^ ^ S C! ^ "^^ 

*' S Decatur, student, r 278 Chestnut 5^3 S^" 

" Stephen,* rms 71 Hill 5 S.|i'& 

" Wm W,* real est, 2 Drhumor bldg, r 287 Chestnut '^'fp^p" 

" Wm W Jr, student, r 278 Chestnut fl'p-al^ 

" Z Caroline Mrs, bdg 94 S Main »^ § c- g o 

VVMK.N YOU WANT A PKEStJrtlPTION FILiL,ED, rememoer tne heaa oi our esiaulisHuieni, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The Philadelptii* 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give person*! 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 



Berkeley 



Briar and Meerschaum Pipes 

south of New York at the CigST StS^nCl. 

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^ ^ Westall Dollie Miss, r 72 Avery 

SE I <' Horace Ct, r 200 Chestnut 

«^ I " Jas M,* contr, r 201 Merrimon ave 

^ " Thos C, r 200 Chestnut 



w 03 a - Thos C Jr,* bkpr A\' H Westall, r 171) Woodfin 

i=fic < WESTALL WM H,* SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MAN- 

l2 O) g" tels, lumber, uioldinji:, jjfhiiss, and all kinds of 

^ e<3 ^ building material, 16-18 S Spruce; warehouse So 

"^ uj ^ Ry depot, r 8 Clayton ; Asheville telephones, of- 

ed o ^ flee 41. yard :]!», r*258 

^ WESTERN CAROLINA BANK, GEO H SMATHERS, 

receiver, 5 s w Ct Square 
" Hotel, Mrs L J Burnett Proprss, s w Court Square 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO, J H DRAKEFORD 

mgr, 51 S .Main; branch offices at Battery Park 

Hotel and Kenilworth Inn 
Westmoreland Benj F* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 

'' Leora E Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r Avery 
A\'eston Geo F, head farmer Vanderbilt est, r same 
AA'helan Henry,* wks Ashv Tel Co, bds New England 

Home 



^^ '^ COURTIVI EY'S ^ ^'"'^ Clothing and Furnish 



ings. Young's Hats,Hanan's 
18 Patton Avenue ) Shoes. 

Wheeler Jacob, lab, r 79 Southside ave 
" John, farmer, r 70 Southtside ave 
" Louisa Mrs, laund, r 29 Brick 
" Sarah M Mrs, laund, r 79 Southside ave 
AVhitaker A Sidney,* phys Biltmore, r S Biltmore 
*' Chas R,* sec and treas Swannanoa I & C Co, r Bilt- 
more 
" Sanil W, wks Biltmore Nursery, r S Biltmore 
WHITAKER, see also WHITTAKER 
AVhite Alice Miss, slslady Bon Marehe, r 12 S Spruce 
1^ ^£ " Bettie Miss, r 1 Summit 

<— g_j '^ Chas D, carp Ashv Tiannery, r 76 West 

Ca SE '' Chas M,* r 12 S Spruce 

'' Chas P,* carp, r 1 Summit 
" C Herbert, elk W C Mclntyre, r 12 S Spruce 
" Delia Miss, rms 83 Bailey 
- ^ " I) Randall,* carp, r 76 West 

" bti " Ellis P, wks Wilkinson Lbr Co, r 125 Hall 

OD =5 ^' Emma (wid J A), r 1 Summit , 

Eugene T, phnnber, r 76 West 



WILLIAMSON & CO 



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Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

32 i».a.i"rc>i>a" -a.'\7':e:i>ijxj:es. i^nomiE: 4o. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTOR V 283 



WhilV Hiiidy H, bds 7fi West 
" Hattie ]\Iiss, dressmkr, r 12 S S]>i'uco 
" .las li,* painter, r 1(>:> Haywood 
" -las J,* brick mason, r 138 Poplar 

'• J Oscar,* condr 1^1 St K K, r 1!) Montford ave ^ 

'' Lizzie Miss, dressmkr, r 12 S S]>i'nce N 

** Lucius H.* fireman S<» Ky, bds (50 r)ei)()t (P 

" Marvin, slum, r 12 S Spruce ^ 

*' Nannie ^T (wid J K). '?eanish-es!s, rms 8.". IJailey (J 

" Phoebe A (wid A^'m). r Avery 

^' Pine Dairy, T'liios B Creasman propr, CTnmn's Cove 
" Robt L,* wks Wilkinson Lbr Co, r 125 Hall 
'• Sallie Mips, bds 17 Turner [J 

'* Stella I> Miss, drsmkr Mrs Kennedy, rms 83 Bailey ff 
'• Tlios J, phot^r C F Kay, bds Kaniotb 
'' Wm E,* wks Williamson .V: Co, r 287 (285) E College 

Whitehead Leonidas L,* (Zimmerman .is: Whitehead), r 
33 Starnes ave 

Whiten Frank M* ((V)ok & ^Vlntcn), r 23 Si)i-inji 
(xordon, wks Cook c^ \Miiten. r 23 Si)i-ing 



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Whiteside Dock, driver, r Kenilworth «■■ 

" Edwin W, printer Ashv Prtg Co, rms Barnard bldg | | | 

" Geo, printer The Gazette, rms Barnard bldg ' " 

'^ eTas E, r 7 W^ Chestnut 
" John B, carp, r 7 W Chestnut 

" Mary C Mrs, groceries 431 N Main, r 7 W Chestnut 
" Sallie K Miss, r 7 W Chestnut 
Wlii'tlock Abraham,* mgr ^Miitlo'ck Clothing House, 

r 280 Haywood 
'' Bernard, propr Whitlock Clothing House, bds 280 

Haywood 
^^ Clothing House. B Whitlock, propr, A Whitlock, 

mgr, 41 Patton ave 
" J Leon, elk Whitlock Clo Hse, bds 280 Haywood 
Whitson J McDowell,* atty, 9^-10 Temple Ct, r 9 W 

Chestnut 
'- Sarah J (wid J W). r 9 W (niestnut 

WHITSON WM R* (WHITSON & KEITH), R 146 
WHITSON & KEITH (WM R WHITSON & EDWIN W 

Keith), attvs 10-11 Drhumor bldg f* «-|.' 

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. A. hHcCn, The Lea ding Fan cy Grocer. 



53 Patton Avenue. 



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• WM R. WHirSON. EDW. W. KEITH, 

» WHITSON & KEITH 

w Attornej^s at JLaw 

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pj '' Frank M,* carp, r 325 E College 

U WHITTAKER, see also AVHITAKER 

Wliittington Bertha B Miss, r 17 Vance 
'^ Clara E Miss, r 17 Vance 

" Willard P,* phys 2 N Ct Sq, r 17 Vance 

^^'iese Anton J, bds 65 N Spruce 

Wigfall Sue Miss, r Dunrobin 

Wiggin Alice B (wid C P), r 28 Vance 
" Marion M Miss, r 28 Vance 

PAT MclNTYREJ CLUB SALOON 

53 South Main. ) I=»HOI^:e3 23.0. 

Wiglitman Alice N Miss, tclir N & C Inst, r same 
"W'ilbar Gertrude L Miss, r 147 Patton aA'e 

" Jos C, slum I W G laser, r 147 l*atton ave 

•• Jno T O,* r 147 Patton ave 

" Martha J Mrs, bdg hse 147 Patton ave 

" Mary E Miss, r 147 Patton ave 

A\'ilborn Annie E (wid AA' A), bds 2(12 Park ave 
AA'ILBORN, see also WELBORN 

W\\d Cllieiiry Springs Dairy, G W Cnivern propr, 3 
miles n of eitv 
" Jesse A,* elk, r 138 Hill 
AA'ilds Gussie Miss, r 27 Brick 

" Nannie (wid Jno H), laund, r 27 Brick 
Wiley Arthur L,* trvrf^lmn, r 105 Park ave 
Wilford I Burnett,* r 172 Montford ave 

" Nancy Miss, r 172 Montford ave 
Wilkie Benj G, steno B P Hotel, r same 
Wilkinson M B,* prest M B Wilkinson Lbr Co, rms 
13-14 Temple Court 



L. A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
, BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary PubliC. 



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PaFagon Pharmaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



1899-1900 CITY DIKfiCTOKY 



285 



NMlkinson M B Lumber Co, incor, M B Wilkinson pres, 
R F Wliitner (Pliila) v-pres, J H Shiras secy & 
treas, dlrs in hardwood lumber, Avery ur So 
Ry freight depot 

*' Thos,* wks T M Kimberly, r same 

" Will M, with M B Wilkinson Lbr Co, rms 13-14 
Temple Court 
>\illiams Addie Miss, bds 9 Buxton 

" Annie Miss, cook B W Hedden, r same 

" Annie C Miss, r 53 Haywood 

'' A G,* florist B P HoteX r same 

" Branch H,* foremn A & B St Ry, r 153 S Main 

" Carolina Miss, r 10 Clayton 
''' Chas M,* elk W A Davis, r 4 Silver 

*' Columbus A,* wks Biltmore Nursery, r S Biltmore 

" Edna Miss, wks Ashv Skt Co, r Victoria 

" Edw N, opr W U Tel Co, r 10 Clayton 

*' Effie Miss, wks Ashv Skt Co, r Victoria 

*' Elizabeth (wid Jno), r 250 N Main 

" Elizabeth Miss, r 250 N Main 

« Florence A Miss, slslady Bainbridge's Book Store, 
r 216 Chestnut 



WM. JOHNSTON, Jr. 

Office No. 20 



Temple Court 



STCI^ES 

OFFICES 

I^EAUTY. 



*' Gay M, agt Eq Life Ins Co 23 Temple Ct, r country 

'' G W Kirk,* wks Biltmore Nursery, r S Biltmore 

" Ida I Mrs, tchr Home Ind School, r same 

" Jessica A Miss, r 10 Clayton 

" Jno A,* ins agt, r 210 Chestnut 

WILLIAMS JOHN H,* PHYS 53 HAYWOOD, OFFICE 

hours 12 to 2 and 5 to 6, phone 4(5, r 53 Haywood 
" Jas M,* brickmason, r Victoria 
" J Solon, A B, tchr Bingham Sclwwl, r same 
" Lula J Miss, trained nurse, rms 271 S Main 
" Ollie ]\Iiss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 9 Buxton 
'' Paschal, brickmason, r Victoria 
'' Rhoda (wid Wni), rms 271 S Main 
*' Riley, bds 9 Buxton 
" Robt, wivS Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 
*' Robt L, condr Ashv St Ry, bds 17^ S Main 
'' Roy, student, r 53 Haywood 
'' R Jeff,* wks Ashv Tel Co, rms 38 Bailey 
" Thos, elk P E Lino-le, r 255 Grove 
" Tom Miss, r 250 N Main 



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RIB-ROCK BOTTOIVI 

Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82, 



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Imported and Domestic Cigars Sold by tlie Box at Factory Prices at the 

BERKELEY CIGAR STAND 



C/> • 286 MALONEYS ASHEVILLE 

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gjjj 3 Williaius Win, wksAs'liv Tannery 

fy% ^ " Wm C,* civil engr, r 78 Clinrcb 

S> Williamson Geo J, shnn W B Williamson & Co, bds 
< 2{) Oak 

g " i^allie Miss, bds 370 W Havwood 

o WILLIAMSON WELDON E (WB WILLIAMSON & CO), 

*i bds 2(1 Oak 

CO WILLIAMSON WM B* (W B WILLIAMSON & CO), 

0. 1- Montford 

10 WILLIAMSON WB&CO (WB&WE WILLIAM- 

^ son), furniture & cari)ets 10 Patton ave (see adv) 

, " AA'ra E, elk So Ry frt depot, bds 370 ^^^ Haywood 

lO Willis Chas C, ingr C S Wallace, rnis 94 S Main 

^ '' Elbridge B,* foremn Model Stm Ldry, r 27 Short 

O '^ E B Mrs, wks Model Stni Ldry, r 27 Short 

C (( Q Francis, paper hanger, bds 28^ S Main 

£ " Jerkins,* lunch room 28^ S Main, rms same 

a " W^ Archie,* lab, r rear 87 Hill 

« Wills Blanche B Mrs, milliner Mrs L Mitchell, r 175 

© Patton ave 

H Wilson Annie L Miss, dressmkr, r 42^ Haywood 



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1 "EAGLE" jASHEVILlE CYCLE CO. 

f PI C\/CI tun I ElUENEf. 8AWYKK,Prop. 

J ULtYtLAND (. 18 and 20 CHURCH STKEET. 



" Arthur,* lab, r 4 Central ave 

" Christine Miss, cook J E Reed, r same 

" Cornelia W Mrs, r 225 Cumberland ave 

" David A,* wks Geo F Scott & Co, r 188 S Main 

'' Edgar M, r S Biltmore 

" Ella N Mrs, r Forest Hill 

" Fannie S (wid Jas A), r S Biltmore 

" Geo S, i)r(>i)r Ashv F & M Wks, r 8 Buttrick 

" Georgia Miss, r 20 A^ance 

" Horace, r Ramoth 

" Isaac,* lab, r rear 3(5 Sorrels 

" Jas R, r 31 Merrimon ave 

" Jane (wid Chas), r 1)0 Depot 

" John B, carp, r 1001 l*earson Drive 

" John F,* lab, r 31 Merrimon ave 

" J Arthur, r S Biltmore 

" J Edw, mtnm Ashv St Ry, bds 31 Meriimon ave 

" Kate Miss, r 225 Cumberland ave 

" I.ou Miss, cook T C Brown, r same 

" Louisa (wid Af), i- 11 Short 

" L .^L prtr McAdam Ptg Hse, r 1001 P(nirson Drive 



WILLIIIMSON & CO/"""""""'^*'*''"^'' 



BEDDING, 



16 Patton Avenue. Uptiolstery Goods, Elc. 



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Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pattnn Avenue. 
Telei^hone No. 132. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



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\\ ilsoii Aiai-iiiii ij (wid Tiios), 1- 'j.{)^)(Tiy)) I'arron ave 

'• Mary J (wid T C), r 1001 Tearson's Drive 

'• Rosa Miss, bds 28 Eagle Terrace 

" K^ainl, r liG0(ll20) Patton ave 

" Saiuautha (wid John), r 1?> S Lexington ave 

" Tlios Y.* policeman, r 13 Buttrick 

'• AVatt A,* carp, r 318 N Main 

'' ^^ m H,* r Ramoth 

'' A\'m L,* lab, r 82 Woodfin 
Wingate Chas A, vvks Ashv Cot Mills, r 410(48) W 
Haywood 

" Jane R (wid Crowell), r 440(48) W Haywood 

'• Thos E,* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r 440(48) W Haywood 
Winslow Edw L,* engr So Ry, r 374 W Hayw^ood 
WINYAH SANITARIUM (THE), DR KARL von RUCK 
propr & medical director, Wm A Schoenheit 
secy & treas, N Pine cor Baird 
AA'ise Alice Miss, wks A^hv Co't Mills, r nr same 

" David T, lab, r W Haywood nr Roberts 

'' Minne Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 

'' Sarah Miss, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same 

Best JailoilngJ ^^ 

Over 4000 Varieties. S S. Mallt St 



WM. G. SMITH, 



Witt Lillie E (wid Geo W), seamstress, r 101 Depot 
Woglom A Miss, supt Mission Hospital, r same 
Wolfe Weslev E,* contr, r 40 Clavton 

WOLFE WM 0,* MONUMENTS 22 S COURT SQUARE, 

r J>2 Woodfin 

'' W Oliver, r 40 Clayton 
Woman's Exchange, 8 N Ct Sq 
Wood Anna B (wid Ichabod), r 200 Haywood 

'• Eva Miss, r 15^ Patton ave 

" J H,* depot ticket agt So Ry, r 305 S French B ave 

" Jno G, bricklayer, r 44^ N Main 

'* Susan Miss, nurse, r 52 Woodfin 

" Victoria Miss, r 15^ Patton ave 

'' Wm W,* bricklayer, r 44^ N Main 
WOOD, see also WOODS 
Woodard W R,* supt bridges & bldg So Ry, r 42 Bailey 

WOODBURY COAL CO, J F WOODBURY MGR, 6 PAT- 

ton ave (see adv) 

WOODBURY JOHN F, MGR WOODBURY COAL CO, 
bds Arcadia Hotel 
'* Wm H, Cooper & Woodbury, r Murphy N C 




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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

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JISHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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PHONE 95. 



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bldj;', 1- same, office hours 11 to 1 and 3 to 5 and 
at night, phone 123 

" Julia E (wid Dr J A), r 98 Park ave 

" Julian A,* condr So Ky, r 247 Haywood 

" Eufus J, student, r 98 Park ave 

" S Johnston, phys, r 98 Park ave 
Woodfln Anna M Miss, r 26 Clayton 
AA'oods Walter,* lab, r 150 N Lexington ave 

" Julia Mrs, r 25 Spring 

" Laura L (wid John), seamstress, r 3 S Spruce 

" Jas C, baker J M Heston & Sons, r 3 S Spruce 

'' Jno,* brickmason, r 76 S Main 
WOODS, see also WOOD 
Woodson Hattie D (wid A T), bdg hse, 45 S French 

Broad ave 
Woodworth Minnie B Miss, tchr N & C Inst, r same 
Woody Chas J,* elk A J Merrell, r 260(220) Patton ave 

" Hattie Miss, r 413 Short So Side ave 

" Irene (wid Alex), r 413 Short So Side ave 

WOODY JOHN H,* GENL MGR ASHEVILLE SUPPLY 

c^' r To, r 44 Clayton 

ALL KINDS OF 
HARD AND 
SOFT COAL. 



WOODBURY nnfll COMPANY. 

Telephone 344. UUHL 



Office No. 6 Patton Ave. 



^^'ooldridge Thos J,* bkpr Model Stm Ldry, r Shoen- 

berger Hall 
Woollen Mary T Mrs, r 40 N French Broad ave 
Woolsev Alice B Miss, r Ramoth 

'' Chas W,* r Ramoth 
Wootten Addie Miss, domestic A F Rees, r same 

" Elizabeth (wid L), r Ramoth 

" Emma Miss, r Ramoth 

" Jos ]\r, ptr L Swicegood, r Ramoth 

'■'■ Sarah Madam, r rear 27 Maiden Lane 
TS'ooters — , mess So Ex Co, bds Ashv Hotel 
Workman Noah,* wks Idlewild Flo Co, r 408 Charlotte 
Worlev Ida Miss, r West Asheville 

" Lelia Miss, r 9 Short 

" Lucretia Miss, r 62 Hill 

" Rachel M (wid W J), r West Asheville 

^' Wm M,* tobacconist, r West Asheville 

" W J, wks Biltmore Nursery, r West Asheville 
Worrall Jos,* wks W B Williamson & Co, r 24 Seney 
Worsley John B, J of P, bds Hotel Hobson 



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SHEVILLE 
DVERTISING 
CENCY 






Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
Control City Street-Car Advertising. 

repare and place Newspaper Advertising. 
Contractors for Western North Carolina. 



J. D. PLUMMER, Manatcr. 



Offlc* In Opera Hoase BnUdlnr. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co. 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 



J. H, WEAVER & CO 



REAL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Pi-up^riy 
for Sale and Rent. 






1899-1000 OITY DIEECTORY 889 

Worslev Jno L, waiter Dairy Lunch, nns Hotel H«bsoTi 
Worthen Bradley S,* druggist, rms 79 N Main 
. Wrenn Geo W,* carp W M Jones, r ;J6 Phillips 
Wright John, wks J E Reed, r same 

" Julia Miss, nurse J E RumbOug'h, r same 

" Leah (wid — ), bdg 'hse 68 E (^ollege 

" Maggie D (wid E H), bdg hse 08 E College 

" Mary W Miss, r 50 E College ^ 

" Oseila B* propr Carolina Carriage Hse, r Ramoth g • ^j 

" Wm,* wks >A' M Jones, r West Asheville jp > ^[^ 

Wyatt Arizonia Miss, wks N Haggar, r same | w ^" 

" Jno R,* driver Mrs L A Johnson, r rear 28 Depot 

" Samantha (wid A J), r 7 Eloise 

" Wilburn D, lab, r 7 Eloise 
Wyckoff Hall, Miss Eniilie Vaughn pross, 74 N Main 
Wynne Chas L. elk Dixie Restr, r 200 Patton ave 

*' Eugene T, painter, r 200 Patton are 

" Lee F. condr So Ry, bds Glen R Hotel 

"■ S Margaret Mrs, r 200 Patton ave 



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Yarborougli Alonzo T, stone mason, r Kenilworth f ^ 

'' Ellen iliss. r 340 Bailey = p 

" Jessie Aliss, r Kenilworth n y 

" Martin V,* stonemason, r Kenilworth o > 

" Willie C Miss, r Kenilworth o' 

Yarborougli (Jeo \\',* hides, etc. Avery ur So frt depot, p 
1- oo Pcnland 
'' Martha (wid J E), r 129 Broad 

Yates E S, elk So Ry citv ticket off. bds 14 Starnes ave 

'' Jesse J, elk G A Greer, bds 41 N Spruce i'g|£ || 

'' Lawson. wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same S'f^S *S ^ 

" Walter, wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same =-^ t/- a - " 

'' Wm T.* wks Ashv Cot Mills, r nr same a? ES" ^ 

Yearwood Alice Miss, r 17 Walnut = i <« 2 

" Jas S.* farmer, r Chunn's Cove •~2,Jt^-.y 



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Yeatman Eglenna Miss, r 81 Bearden ave 

" Nellie Aliss, r 81 Bearden ave ^ » ?§! 

'• S M Miss, tchi- Moutford Ave Schl, r 81 Bearden av" a^ i==^^ F 

Yodei- Ed D. flgmn So Ry, bds Victoria ^ =-= f 5 

" Nicholas, i- L'lO N Lexington ave ^o ^^ 

Young — , lab, rms N I^xington ave ^.l'?'§ £" 



WJ:ii!i-N iOU WANT A Jr'Ki^sOi\IfTiON 1'"JX.l.KD, rememoer tne neaa oi our esiiulisament, 
in addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The Philadelphia 
Lving-in-Charity! The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy a d Surgery, and Ex-Kesident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospitiil. We have a reputatiion to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



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Berkeley 



Briar an d Meerschaum Pipes 

south of New York at The CigST Sta.ndi 

C I-: 290 MALOXEY'S ASHEVILLE 

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Youuji Airv L Miss, i- Greene 

" Beuj, diiver Lorick & Co, r 9 Green 

-2 eo S " <-l»a« E,* steward B P Hotel, r 44 ATalnut 

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^ o3 ^* " Eva E (wid Jos), dressmkr, r 100 Grove 

jjS ^ « ■• Ged, wks W M Hill & Co, rms Fire Dept 

rs: g " Geo W,* depy elk Superior Ct, r Swannanoa K C 

CO ^ . « '* Ida M Miss, dep}^ regstr of deeds, bds 117 S French 

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^ " Jas M,* tobacconist, bds 117 S French Broad ave 

^ Jii " Julius D,* carp, r rear 108 East 

" J Watson, student, r 382 N Main 

" Lawrence, elk A D Cooper, bds Arcadia Hotel 
- " Maggie Miss, r 40 Flint 

'' Nannie A Miss, r 19 Starnes ave 
uj " Pinkney,* lab, r 9 Green 

£S '' Sarah M Mrs, r 9 Green 

^ " Susan (wid Hutchenson), r 100 Grove 

=d " Susan (wid Marcus), r Victoria 

^ coil RTiy P V^ ' '^'"^ Clothing and Furnish- 



ings. Young's Hats.Hanan's 
18 Patton Avenue ) Shoes. 



Youugblood V^' J,* wks Biltniore Nurserv, r Victoria 

Y :\1 (" A HT'ILDING, 26 PATTON AVE ' 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, B VAN 

Horn genl secy. Y M C A Bldg 20 Patton ave 
" Mm A, wks A^' ^l Hill c^' Co,rnis 26 Maxwelton bldg 
" Wm H.* painter, r 382 N Main ■ 
" AA'm W,* nigr Berkeley Hotel B S, r 31 Senev 



en Zageir Benj,* clothing 64 S Main, r 23 Central ave 

Q " Frances (wid B F). r 23 Central ave 

=^ " israel, elk S Finestein. r 23 Central ave 

j^ ^3 " Maer,* stock trader, r 42 Woodfin 

tf^ ^-^ " Philij>, elk B Zageir. r 23 Central ave 

" livM B, elk B Zageir, r 23 Central ave 
Zealy Geo F, chf elk So Ky frt Depot, rms 15 Max- 
welton bldg 
Zimniernian Chas St V,* phys, r 41 Atkiu 
" Fred* (Zimmerman & ^^^litehead), r Marjorie 
•' ^: Whitehead (F Zimmeiiiian; L L Whitehead), 
mrats. slall H Central Mkr 

ZURBURG HENRY, M6R HOTEL BERKELEY WINE 

TJoom. bds Hotel Berkelev 



WILLIAMSON & CO, 



Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades. Etc 



% 'i\z Cheapest Pound Paper ^ 



I Bsbcvflle Drintittd Co* % 

^ GEO. L. HACKNEY, PRO. 3 

^ 4 North Court Square, Asheville, N. C. ^ 



Stationers 

^ (printers «ie <^ Ipublisbcrs ^ 

Daily Papers, Magazines, Blank Books. 



^ 900,000 Envelopes | 

^ USED IN 1898, 3 

'^ Me can Supply anvtbing used in a Business ©ffice, ^ 

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for iTancy iDrintinal 



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We do all kinds of Commercial Printing, but our rep- 
utation has been made on the fancy work — the head work 
— the work that cannot be done by any block-head — that 
everybody wants occasionally. 

We have in our employ an experienced designer and 
natural artist. It is liis business to furnish ideas to those of 
our patrons who don't know what they. want. Whenever 
you want 

you run no risk in entrusting your order to us. We carry 
a full line of samples of 

ConnrT)ericenaent Invitations, 

Er\qYaved Wedding Invitations, 
Fancy Crnbossed Menii Cards, 
Chinese Dinner NapKins, 

Prograrns for Musicals, etc. 

Correspondence solicited. 

ASHEVILLE PRINTING CO., 



GEO. L. HACKNEY, Proprietor. 

No. 4 North Court Sqr. Asheville, N. C. 




PARAGON PHARMACY CO. 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



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POST .. 
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18J)9-19()0 CITY DIRECTORY. (COLORED) 291 M 

VOLUME II. 




1900 







ASHEVILLE, N. C. 

C/TI" DiHBCTORY. 

Business and Professional Firms, See Classified Business 

Directory. 

ASTERISK (*) OPPOSITE NAME DENOTES MARRIED 




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Abbott John, wks Candy Kitchen, bds 14 Pine ^ S _?- o 



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Maggie, r Curve ^ o S ** 

Abernathy Fannie, cook R P Foster, r same w -S '^^ o 

" Jay,* drayman H C Johnson, r rear 3G Depot ^ I ^ 

" Julius,* janitoir Biltmore Office, r S Biltmore ? " sas 

" Pometa, nurse R P Foster, r same ^ - 

Adams Mack, wks Ashv Tannery, r A^ictoria f" oo 

" Ora, laund, r 17 S Lexjington ave ^ "S 

Addingircn Jas, butler T Pine, r same | 3" 

Addison Bemj F,* restr Victoriia, r 38 Davidson ^ eS ~ 

" Catharine T, eating hse 41 N Main, r 38 David son g WM 
Aery Arthur, wks Kenilworth Inn, bds 159 S'side ave 

'' Romeo, waiter So Ry Restr, r 295 Southside ave 

" Wm A, wks Kenilworth Inn, r same 
Aiken Jolm, painter, r 32 Davidson 
Akinis Levina, laund, r 149 S Beaumont 



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WHEN YOU WANT A PRESCRIPTION FILLED, remember the head of our estabUshment, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College, The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SOUAPE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST TODRIST 
AND COMMERCIAL 
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Alexander Alex,* r 17 New 

'* Amos, driver O S Oooper, r Kamiotli 

'' M B, office boy Dr O L Minor, bds Merrimon ave 

" Frank, lab, r 41 Hildebrand 

'' Fred,* slioemkr 42 S Main, r 52 Davidson 

" Geo,* vegetables 22 Central Mkt, r Ramotli 

"■ tiranville,* driver, r 1G5 S Main 

'' Jas,* lab, r Montfoi'd 

" John,* lab, r 1 Catbolie ave 

** Jones,* brkmn So Ry, r rear 65 Robert's 

'* Jordan,* preacher, r 42 Hildebrand 

" Jo-s,* wks Biltmore Dai'ry, r S Biltmore 

" Julius,* lab, r 10 Maiden Lane 

" Petei',* lab, r 5 Catholic 

'' Sallie, cook E P Hart, r rear same 

" AV^m, wks So Bell T Co, r 40 Lexington ave 

*' AYm,* wks Biltmiore Depot, r Kenilworth 
Allen Industrial Home, 249 E College (see appendix) 

'' Madison, lab, r 37 Buttrick 
Allison Chas, waiter Eagle HoStel, r same 

" Lula, cook J M Campbell, r same 

PAT MclNTYRE, I Beer Botiled Daily' 

Agent AUGUSTA BREWING CO. J 53 south iwam. Phone 21 a. 



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" Wm,* wks So Bell T Co, r rear 49 Church 
Alston Marcus W,* v 12 Catholic ave 
^Vnderson Andrew,* waiter Winyaii San, r 192 S Pine 

'' Chas, lab, rms 20 Cole 

'' David,* lab, r 56 Montford ave 

'' Eli,* driver Kenilworth Stables, r 52 East 

'^ Greo, lab, r Chunrns Cove 

" Hattie, maid B P Hotel 

" Henry,* wks So Ry frt depot, r 263 Short Bailey 

" Henry,* wks Biltmore Dairy, r S Biltmore 

" J(>hn> waiter B P Hotel, r (5 Yalley 

"John.* wks So Ry frt depot, r 56 Montford ave 

" Rosebun, lab, r rear 32 Lotta 

*' Sandy,* r 4 Sycamore 
Andrews Tolliver, driver Lerich & T'o, r Avery 
Anthony Elijah, wks Mrs E Williams, r same 

" Jos,* chef The Berkeley, r 40 N Lexington ave- 

" Peter, wks The Berkeley, r 40 N Lexington ave 
Ar(-hie John,* waiter Oaks Hotel, r 23 Sycamore 
Ardis Mahala, laund, r rear 16 Cumberland ave 
Armstead Henrv, lab. r 129 Yallev 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, . . . . 
CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

82 I'-a.'rT'oiM" .<gL"\7"E^jrxj:E3. i»3Ea:o]N"E: 4o. 



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1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. ((^OLORED) 29a 

Aniis'tead Rena, r 129 XaWvy 
" NN'iii,* diiver (J \V Jenkins, iins 'M'> Buttriek 

Asbniy Junius W* waiter B P Hotel, v 08 Poplar 

Ashe tiu^'h L,* preadier, r 113 Mountain 
'' Nannie \', tchr Valley St vSeh-ool, i- 113 Mountain 

Aslieville Oolored Industrial Hcliool, 219 E ( Vdlegv, (see (j^ 

api>endix) H 

Austin Annie, cook (} W Stephens, r same l^ 

" Augustus,* lab, r 27 Maiden Lane 
" Emma, r rear 52 East 
*' W alter, driver El I) Keeling", r 25 Hillside 

Avciy Adam,* lab, r ^'ictoria 
" Arthur, butler (' .V Moore, r same 
" (Mias,* wks ('hambens, W & Co, bds Churcb 
'* Prank, wks S Jolmson, r 54 S Main 
" (leo,* lab, r Ivenil worth 

" Jason,* lab, r 151 S Beaumont ffi 

" Mattie, cook C H (xoodrich, r same K* 

" Tem]>y, r 2 Madison K 

*' Wm. j»ortei' Club Saloon, v 77 Valley 

" AVm, lab, r Kenihvoi'th ^ 



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Babb Topsy. rest Victoria, r same 

Bacon Jas N,* ydman Glen R Hotel, r same 

" Rachel, maid Glen R Hotel, r rear same 
Bailey Andy, shoemkr, r 31 lirick 

" Chas,* porter The Berkeley, r 70 ^^alley 

" Geo,* peddler, r 52 Mountain 

'' Janie, cook J F Graves, r same 

" Jas J,* lab, r rear 22 McDowell 

'• Lee. porter Ashv China Co, r Bailey 

" Lee E.* preacher, r Cliunns Cove 

" Lizzie, cook W W Barber, r same 

" Rebecca, laund, r 05 McDowell 

'' Shedrach,* wks McPherson & C, r rear 170 S Fine 
Baines Andy,* lab, r 30 Short 
Baird Ester, laund, r rear 30 Woodfin 

" Jno M,* hd waitei' Oakland Hts, r Mctoria 

" Lee.* lab, r 79(149) Mountain 

" Maggie,, cook Mrs S W Hines, r same 

11 ^I^H^HipiB^ WHOLESALE ii\NO RETAIL. 

. A. BHcCn. The Lea ding Fan cy Grocer. 

53 Patton Avenue, x>zzoi>j^:e: lae. 





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ASHEVILLE HARDWARE COM PANY. 

((X)LORED), MALOXEY'S ASHEVILLE 

J^,rtktn' Alfix^d,* r 2G Cole "" 

*' Alex,* lab, r 4 Bay 

*' Jo'lin W, sboemkr, r 31 Brick 

*' Mary H, seamstiess, r 102 Mountain 

" Riifus,* shoemkr, r 35 Maiden Lane 

" Thos, shoemkr 2 N Lexington ave 
Baldwin E, coachmn E B Glenn, bds 37 S Lexington av 

*' Frank,* lab( r 37 S Lexington- ave 
Ballard Amanda, cook Mrs H B James, r same 

" J'loyd, carp 7 Walnut, r 11 (\itliolic ave 
Ballinger Smiley,* wks So Ry frt depot, r 133 Velvet 
P»anks E E, office boy Dr C L Pearson, bds 83 Hill 

" (ieo, porter C A Raysor, r 35 (xudger 

" Luvina, laund, r 83 Hill 

*' Obediali,* lab, r 70 Roberts 

-(■ Peter,* lab, r 121 Short S'side ave 

^' Pink,* wks Carolina (/oal (^o, r 100 Roberts 

*' Thos,* janitor Tucker, Murphy & Co. r rear 16 Cum- 
berland ave 
Banner Jennie, wks Miss, M Penland, r same 
Barnhart Thos, wks S Mo<orman & Co 



"^ Asheville Cycle Co. 



EUGENE C. SAWYEh, Prop-ieior. 



Renting & Repairing. 



18 and 20 Church St. 



Barnwell John, brkmn So Ry 

Barringer Thos, cook C C Paul, inis 140 Church 

'' Wm, wks C G I'aul, rms 140 (^Imrch 
Barton Holden, wks R Willis, r AV Ashv 
Bason Carrie, nurse Mrs A D Coopei', r same 

^' Emma, cook A H Cobb, r same 

*' Henry, lab, r 3 Gray 

" Henry C* gardner Bingham School, bds same 
Bassnett David,* lab, r 105(130) Valley 
Batey Lafayette M, fireman B V Hotel, r 120 Church 

" Monroe,* lab, r 145 I'oplar 
]*»axter Arthur, lab, r 3 Madison 

*' Clinton,* wks S C Moorman & Co, r 36 Davidson 

" Jas,* drayman, r C^hunns Cove 

*' Jas, fireman B P Hotel, r 22 Brick 

^' Jas B,* wks B Brown, r 22 Brick 

" Mat, lab, r Chunns Cove 
l^eard Lillie, cook Mrs Laura Trivett, r same 
P.eck C^ora, cook S S Lynvh, r 186 Phifer 
Bell, John,* r rear 57 Cherry 



L. A. FARINHOLT 



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REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co. 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



OPPOSITE 

Posloffice. 



1890-1()(K) OITY DIREOTORY. (COLORED) 295 

Belliuore Kert,* lab, i- rear 77 A'alley 

" Henua, maid F W W (iraliain, r same 
Benson E, wks Zimmerman & W, r 4 N Lexington ave 

" Lizzie, maid Tlie ^lanor, r stime 

*' Mary J, maid Eagle Hotel, r same 

'•' Bimon, bellboy Oaks Hotel, r same 

" Susie, maid Tlie Manor, r same 
]?erry Josie, cook F E Pinkman, r same 

" Pearl, cook INlrs L S (J rant, r same 
Best Sampson, lab, r rear .'}(> Depot 
Bies Sarah, lannd, r (> Richard 
Bird Benj,* wks Kenilworth Lm, r l()5(i;>()) Vallej 

*' Matilda, maid The INLnicr, r same 
Black Mattie, wks ]Model Stm Ldi-y 
Blackman Henry,* wks So Ry frt depot, r 488 S Main 
Blackwell Alex,'r IJM) S Pine 

" Henry,* lab, r rear 420 S Main 

" Letha, r rear 27 Brick 
Blanton Dock B, r ()4 Soiithside ave 

" Maijgie, cook, r 112 Cherry 

'' Noah, butler Winyah San, r same 



37 

S. Main St 



Iff If 1 1 III Ulfll I ril ( Over 4000 Varieties. 

Blocker Julia, cook A T Davidson, r same 
Bluford Fred,* waiter Kenilworth Inn, r Victoria 
Boatwright J as,* butcher, r 15 Mountain 
Bogle A,* driver Kenilworth Stables, r 125 X Main 

" Marshall,* bellman P. P Hotel, r 5 Weaver 
Boozer Jas,* lab. r Kenilworth 
Borden Mary, wks Oakland Hts, r same '^ f 

Borders J S,* wks S C Mooi-man & Co, r 63 McD-owell g 

Boss Amanda, coOk, r 88 (ludiger •'^ ^ J 

" James,* chef Oaks Hotel, r same ^ 3 !? 

" Luther,* lab, r 11 Curve "* M 

Bosr Aiiil)rose, waiter The Berkeley f" ^ fi) 

Bostian Allen, lab, r 52 Soutliside ave ^ "~ IS 

Bostic Lou, cook Arcadia Hotel, r 79 Valley p- O T1 

" Louis, butcher, r 7!) Valley ^ — ^^ 

Bowen Geo, lab, r 22 Madison ^ t^ iS. 

" Martha, r 10 Madison « O 3 

" OIlie, cook W (I P)Olton, r same * o — • (0 

" Richard, driver Dr Millender, r 10 Madison " O • 

" Saml, butler, r 10 Madison 
Bowie Lottie, maid Oakland Hts, r same 



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RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Crade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



BOTTLED GOODS 



.... SPECIALTY .... 



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Montford avo 

BOWMAN & McLEAN (J W BOWMAN, W H McLEAN), 

jnoprs Oak Hall liailxM* Silio]) 
Bovce JMitchell,* lato, r ivui- '2iU (Jrove 

" Molton, lab. r 81 Brick 

" Will,* wks So Ry, r Victoria 
Boyd Benj,* lab, r W Ashv v 

l^oyden Mary, r 13 McDowell 
Bradbnrn Lizzie, r 20 Moun'tain 
Bradley Amanda, coiok Rev H L Atkins, r same 

"■ Came, cook M Erwin, r ^anie 

" Frances, cook H M Dickson, v sijinie 

" John,* lab, r 320 W Haywood 
Bradshaw Greene,* wks Idlewild Flo tV>, r rear 324 
Charlotte 

'" Jos, lab, r W Ashv 

^' Sainl, wks Ashv I & C Co, r W Ashv 
Branch Lucy, cook, rins rear 120 Cherry 
Brannan Allen,* wks J R Rich & Son, r 11 Gray 

" Wm, cook Hygienic Rest, ruis Depot 



WOODBURY 

Telephone 344. 



GOAL 



COMPANY, i*'^'^'^"^''^"'^ 

vv/iTii nn I . I HARD AND 

Office Ni. 6 Patton Ave. J SOFT COAL. 



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idges Car«)n, hakcnian, rnis 153 Market 
idwell (Jeo E, r 13 Catholic ave 

Joihn,* wks B P Hotel, r 13 Catholic ave 

John A, bootblack J A Wilson, bds 13 Catholic ave 

Bpartan I*.* wks So Ry shops, r Victoria 
iggs Ida, cook F E Mitchell, r same 
iscoe Alex,* wks Ashv I & C Co, r 83 Depot 
istol Alex,* lab, r 17 Mountain 
itton Beatty, cook (' S Cooper, r same 

Clara, servant C N Jenks, r same 

Estelle. cook Dr T E Linn, r same 

Creo,* wks market, r 153 S Beaumont 

Henry, r 153 S Beaumont 
ookfield Louis,* lab, r 37 Buttrick 
ooks Henry, driver Dir S W Battle 

John,* wks F Solomon, r 46 S Pine 

John,* lab, r rear 190 S Pine 

John B,* >vks J R Rich & Sou, r 308 Flint 

Jule.* wks 1) S Hildebrand, r ivar 220 Charlotte 

Martha, laund, r 5 Sycamore 

Preston,* waiter Kenilworth Inn, r same 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



Orowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pat top Avenue. 
Telephone No. 132. 



1899-1900 CITY DIREf^TORY. (COLORED) 



397 



BroKvks Temi, cook, r 42 Hill 
Broomfield Annie,, earclnr ^>o Rv, r 17 Depot 
Bpotherton John, wks J P Sawver, r same 
Brown Alex,* waiter, r Catholic ave 

" Belton,* waiter, v 133 N Main 

" Calla, V 35 Hill r 

'' David,* wks H T Collins, r same 

'^ Edna, maid B P Hotel 

'* Edw,* lab, r 76 Hill 

'• Geo,* barber AV A Poster 

•' Harrison B, atty 22 « Ct Sq, r 110 Cherry 

" Harris H, r 110 Cherry 

" Jno.* waiter B P Hotel, rms 17 Atkin 

'' Lewis,* lab, r 139 S Beaumont 

'' LoTi F, cook, r 31 Hildebrand 

'' Malinda, r 350 E College 

*' Maria, laund, r 19 Maiden Lane 

'' Pincknev, wks B P Hotel, r 37 Hill 

" Ralph,* *lab, r 95 Mountain 

*' Ralph,* wks Henderson's Tob Fctry, r 95 Mountain 



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REAL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Property 
for Sale and Rent. 



" Richard,* upholsterer, r 192 S Pine 

" v^^aml.* waiter B I» Hotel, r rear 190 S Pine 

" Thos, lab, r 38 Hildebrand 

'* Walter, wks C B Moore, r same 

*' Wm M,* wks Ashv St Rv, r 158 S Beaumont 

*' Wm, r 59 Hill 

" Wm, ballboy B P Hotel, rms 186 S Pine 
Bruxton Alonzo, wks (1 H Tucker, r 9 Cathiolio ave 

''■ Frank, lab, r 288 Clemmons 

'' Ivey, wks B P Hotel, r 288 Clemmons 

*' Jos,* r 26 S Lexington ave 

" Maggie,* laund, r 288 Clemmons 

" Wm, lab, r 9 Catholic ave 
Bryan Jas W,* phys Young Mens Inst, r 29 Poplar 
Brvant Oeo,* lab Ashv Tannerv, r ^"ictoria 

"\julius,* lab, r 61 Hill . 

'* Justice, driver Kenilworth Ktables, r same 

'* Martha, cook, nns 110 Clierry 

'• Reuben H,* phys 14 PCagle, r same 

'" 8aml,* porter Eureka Saloon, r 77 Grove 
Bryson Bessiie, cook J A Tennent, r samp 



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UP TOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 



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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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Brvson Katie, oock J K Connally, r same 
" Wm, co'ok G H Tucker, inis Y M InsI 

Bucknei- Sallie, waitress ^^'vek()rt■ Hall, r sauie 

Burgess Jas, waiter Tlie Berkeley 

Burj^-in Bella, laund, r Kenilwortli 
" Ohamp, wks G P Hanirick, r 22() Gliarlotte 
" Ohas, bootblac-k, r 78 ^'alley 
" Edw,* lab, r Kenilwortli 
" Harriet, wks Kenilwortli Inn, r Kenilwor-'Mi 
" eJackson D, driver, r 23 Cliunu 
'' Jas, wks Asliv I & C Co, r vS Pine, bey limits 
■" Murphy,* wivs Neville Use, r 73 Valley 
." Rufus, wks Palace Stables, r 34 S Lexington ave 
*' Sherman E, porter Mrs M p] Foster, r Ramoth 
"' Wm, lab, r Victoria 

Burke John,* waiter Kenilwortli Inn, r same ' 

Burnett Geo, driver, r Victoria 
'' Jackson,* wks J R Gates, r 9 Seney 
" Jackson,* porter A M Field 

Burns Frank, bootblack, r 73 Valley 
'' Henry, porter Paragon Pharmacy, r 131 'S'alley 



COURTNEY'S 

18 Patton Avenue. 



Fine Uiothuig and Furnish- 
ings. Young's Hats,Hanan's 
Shoes. 



Burrell V L, tohr Valley St School, r 2G7 E College 
Burton Ohas H,* r 24 Blanton 

" Columbus,* butler Miss C A Doughtv, r same 

" Harriet, r 22 Eagle 
Butler Celia, cook C E Robinson, r same 

" John,* lab, r rear 199 E (\)llege 

^' J Fletcher,* waiter Winyah San, r rear 190 S Pine 

" Wm H, barber Bowman & McLean, rms 131 Velvet 

" AVm J, bell boy Swannanou Hoitel, r same 
Byers Oliais, driver Kenilworth Stables, r Pearson Drr 

" Frank,* coachman Dr Battle, r rear 50 Blanton 

" John, driver Dr Williams, bds 24 Blanton 

" John,* waiter, r 77 A^alley 

" Saml, wks Patton & Stikeleather, bds Buttrick 

" Ilyses S,* restr 208 Depot, bds 2!) Depot 

" Willis, wks S C Wallace, r 22 Eagle 
Bynuni Allen,* waiter, r 129 N Main 

" Henry, driver Lorick & Co, r rear 30 Depot 

" Jos,* wks (^aTOlina Coal Co, r 27 Gakdale ave 

" Martha, r 8 Madison 

" \^^m, brkmn So Ry 



^ 1% w 1^ n ^ I Q r^ n Q When you want to reach the EN riRE 
Ml^VIIIa I IOCIaO^ population of Asheville, the ONLY 
way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thoroughfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUM ME R, Manager. Office in Opera House Bui IdUig. 



Paraaon Pharmacy Co 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. ^ 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 

lS9JM»tW) CITY DIRECTORr. (COLORED) 299- 



Caldwell Lida, cook Mrs A Ragan, r sauie 

" Marj A, cook, r 398 Flint 

'' Sallie, cook The Knickerbocker, r same 
Callaway Emanuel, lab, rms 4 Bay. 
Camp Adam,* lab, r 317 N Main 
Campbell Francis H, wks H Uoster, r 73 Valley 

" Henry, cook, r 38 Davidson 

^' Jos,* bell boy, r 38 Davidson 

^' Lena, cook, r 38 Hildebrand 

*' Robt, plasterer, r 18 Willow 

" Summie, laund, r 4J) Davidson 
Candler Jas, wks Ijexington Stables 

*' Rena, cook, r 10 McDowell 
C^mnon Moses,* wks Central Stables, r 156 Cliurch 

" Robt,* hd bellmn B P Hotel 
Carpenter Elijah,* wks Carolina Coal Co. r rear 12(> 
Cherry 



Carolina Goal Go. 



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OFFICE 23 PATJON AVE. 

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Carr Chas, brkman So Ry 

Carrington Jesse,* harness mkr N Main, r West Ashv 

Carson Arthur, cook, r Happy Hollow 
" Davis, r Happy Hollow 
*■'■ Emma, r 117 Cherry 
^' Frank, butler G D Latta, r same 
" Geo,* barber, r 24 Clemmons 
" Martha, maid H P Warden, r same 
" Robt C,* wks Wiley B Brown, r 43 Brick 

Carter Berry, lab, r 1000 Pearson Drive 5 =S=^»^^ 

^' Chas C,* lab, r 116 Cherry *.&g;S 1| 

'' Henry,* lab, r 20 McDowell ^^^1*1" 

" James,* drayman, r 134 Velvet * I to 2. § "=^ 

" Jos,* (Moseley & Carter), r 177 S Beaumont g 3 a ^ ^.g- 

^' Mary, cook J'R Rich, r same -^a Ti * ®* 

" Mattie, r 28 Oakdale ave ' ^??^ 

«^ Wm,* r 30 Gudger B^lg."^ 

" W Preston,* lab, r rear 114 Montford ave ti|:^|*5 

Case Jas, driver B C Brown, r 338 S Main eg.? 5 g- 

Cathey John,* undertaker Eagle cor Market, r 186 K 55 ® »-»(« 

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VVMja.s YOU WANT A i^KKSOtOimON KILaJED, rememDer tne Jtieaa ot our esiaDJisnment, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The Philadelphia 
Lying-ln-Charity, The Pennsylvania Scbool of Anatomy aid Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 



Berkeley 



B riar and Meerschaum Pipes 

south of New York at the CigAT St^HCJ 



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( Vlch ^A'm,* r Baptist Hill 

Chambers Andv,* wks C C Millai-d, r Happy Hollow 

" Arthur, driver Dr H L Baird, bds G8 Mountain 

" (feo,* drayman, r 38 Hildebrand 

'* Jas,* tehr, r 08 Mountain 

" Kobt,* drayman, r Hapi)j Hollow 

" Thos, brkman So Ky 

'* Wm, brkman So Ky 

" AN ni, porter (t W Sorrels, bds 1 Catholic ave 
<'hamberhiin Ernest, driver, r 398 Flint 
Cliamplain Ernest, driver Dr T E Linn, r same 

" Walter,* butler, r Kenilworth 
Chappell John C,* waiter Kenilworth Inn, r 16(6) New 
Cherry Isaac* r 77 Grove 
Chisholm Edw, wks Dixie Restr Kitchen, rms 170 

Church 
Cliunn Althea, eook Wyckoflf Hall, r same 
< Mss Lucinda, baker Swannanoa Hotel, r Soutbside ave 
O 2!j Clark Anna, r rear 400 Flint 

^3 ^ '' Ethel, rms 17 Maiden Lane 

S E PAT MclNTYRE,* CLUB SALOON 

ae: 53 South Main. ) x>jezox<JX3 218. 

^_ ^ •' Grace H, laund, r 398 Flint 

^Q S " Grieen,* r Curve 

S5 " Henry,* fireuian So Ry, r Kenilwoi'tili 

S " Jas,* wks Patton & Stikeleather, r 146 Church 

S '* Jett", wks I'atton & Stikeleather, rms 17 Sorrels 

cac ^' Jerry L,* wks C L Brown, r 16(6) New 

2 '' John,* driver Dr C L Minor, r rear 400 Flint 

CO " Lucius, cook Swannanoa Hotel, r same 

g " Ollie, laund, r 20 Market 

=3 " Warner,* lab, r 5 Frederick 

J;JJ S^ ■ '' Willis,* brickmason, r 105 S Beaumont 
Clayton Alice, r 68 Eagle 

" Annie, laund Kenilworth Inn, r Kenilworth 

" Brooks, lab, rms 79 McDowell 

" Chas, lab, r S Biltmore 

^' Dora, laund, r 295 Southside ave 

'' Jesse,* lab, r Kenilworth 

*' Jesse Jr, lab, r Kenilworth 

" Lattus, lab, r Kenilworth 

■^' Lazarus, fshoemkr 429 S Main . . 



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Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE $c COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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1899 1900 CITY UIBBOTORY. (OOLORE'D) 



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Claik Tjazarus L, lunch rni 68 SoirlliKide ave, i* Clajtou 
Hill 

" Mary, cook 11 A Lindii^ev, r same 

" Milas,* slioeinkr, r Kenihvorth 

" Xaiinie. rnis 15:> Market 
Clement Sarah, wks Ashv Stm Ldry. r 'MK> Short Bailey 

'• Zion A,* lab, r ao;i Short liailey 
Clemmons Howard, driver, r S IMne s e cor Clemmons 

" Oltis, wks l)r Burrouj^hs, r S Pine s e cor Clemmons 
Cline Walter,* baker The Berkeley, r 352 E College 
€linton Church C,* lab, r 7 McDowell 

'• Thos, r 109 S Beaumont 
Clon«n' Lewis,* waiter, r 198 S Bine 
Coachman Chas.* janitor, r 101 Hazzard 
Cochian Wm, driver Ashv Trans Co, rms 108 Patton av 
Cogswell Frank V,* waiter Winyah San, r 88 S Pine 
Colbert Floyd, lab. r ^'ictoria 

" l^aura, cook ^^'inyah Sanitarium 
Cole Kebecca, cook J E Drake, r same 
Coleman Annie, laund, r 153 Market 



*"«'?,"•"• Temple Court 



STc I^fcS 

OFFICES 

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" Chas, driver, r 29 Brick 

" Evaline, cook Miss M Penland, r same 

" Hiram,* brkman So By, r 20 Oakdale ave 
Collauter Peter, eating hse nr So Pass Sta, r same 
Collett Lucy, cook, r 6 N Lexington ave 

" Thos, butler O W Budd, r same 
Colley Henry,* grocer 3 Mountain, r same l 

Collington Jos, coachman Winyah San, r same 
Collins Benj., lab, r 36 Buttrick 

'• Ceo,* waiter, r 10 Catholic ave ' ; 

" Ceo,* lab, r 83 Hill 

^' Julius, porter, r 115 S Beaumont 

*' Lina. cook, r 115 S Beaumont 

" Lizzie, r 157 "S^alley 

" Mary, cook J C ^Nlerrimon, r same 

" :Mat'tie, r 36 Buttrick 

'• Nevada, r S Pine bey limits 
Comer Ida, laund, r 35 ]\lcDowell 
Commons JoliUf porter Heinitsh & Reagan, bds 10 Cole 

" Myra, cook M D Long, r rear same 
Oonley Demps,* driver Lorick ^^ Co, r Victoria 



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53 Patton Avenue. 



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• (\>nlev Lee,* barber W T (Vmlev, r L'8 (A) ('']einimin> 

H " Marv, r 125 Poi)lar 

Jf^ '• >Ym T,* barber 114- n w (H Sq, r 20 Clemmons 

Conner Maggie, cook, r 421 Short Soutbside ave 
H . " Shields, hib, r Kenil worth 
J^ Connolly Nancy, cook Mrs C K ('raig, r same 

V " Patsy, r rear 157 Hill 

(T Connor Wni, fireman So Ry, bds 58 Roberts 

PCook l)a\i'd,* lab, r Kenil woi^Wi 
" Mamie, cook Mrs Geo F Scott, r same 
M " Wm,* lab, r 3(1 Davidson 

p. Cope Mat,* lab, r Mountain 

^ Copeland Lettie, laiind, r 1(3 Short 

Corn Milford F, eating hse 5> Eagle, i' 21 Clenunons 
Cornelius Ira. waiter B P Hotel 
Corpening Chas J, bds 77 Valley 
" (tco, wks Clla^nbers-^^Vaver & Co, bds Cliurch 
" Harvey,* lab, r 136 Church 
" Jennie, r rear 20 Clayton 
'" Jane, r 125 Poplar 





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1"EA6LE" lASHEVilLE CYCLE CO. 

KK.KNE I'. SAW Y Kit, Prop. 

18 and 20 CHURCH STKEET. 



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" Jos, lab, rms 79 McDowell 

" Matilda, cook W T Weaver, r same 

" Noah, cook W O Mullen, r same 

"■ Paul, wks Brown «.V: Swink, r rear ()2 Merrimon ave 

" Wesley,* w^aiter, r 15 Atkin 
Correll Susan, wks Asliv Stni Ldry, r De])ot 
Cotter Chas,* ])orter Longbottom's Barber S, r 116 

Cherry 
Coulter Geo,* wks C Schultz, r 10 Catholic ave 
Covington p]lla, laund Kenilworth Inn. r 81 McDowell 

" Einest,* waiter Oakland H(Mi.''lits, r 81 McDowell 
Cowan Amanda, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 409 Short s s 
ave 

'' Mary, laund, r 49 Eagle 

" Wm, lab. r 51 Eagle 

" Wm, bellman B P Hotel 
Craig Fred, lab, r 145 Depot 
Crawfoi'd Addie, nurse, r 37 Maiden Lane 

" Henry, lab, r 16 S Court S(i 

" John,* lab. r 37 Alaiden Lane 

" Levi,* waiter B P Hotel, r 115 Cherrv 



L. A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court.' Phone 380. And Notary PilbliC. 



Paragon Pharmaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



ISOO-IDOO (^ITY DIREOTORY. (OOiLORED) 



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C'niwford Snml. wks S C ^loonnan & Co 

- Win,* lab, V 31 McDowell 
Creasman Maggie, cook R A Long, r 284 E College 

" Wlnslow, porter I X L Grocery, r 284 E College 
Criss John, lab, r rear 53 W College 
Crockett Sallie, r 23 Sorrels 
Crosby Isaac, cook O B Wright, r same 
I'ross Delia, wks Neyille House, r 22 Eagle 

" Ellis, wks Club Saloon, r 22 Eagle 
Crowell Frank,* janitor Rayenscraft High School, r 20 

Aston Lane 
Crump Henry,* hackman. r 05 Mountain 

'• Richd,* preacher, r 48(110) Dayidson 
Cumpton Louis,* lab, r \Vest Asheyille 
Cunningham John H,* fireman Drhumor bldg, r 129 S 

Tine 
Curtis Frank,* driyer Kenilworth Stabls, r Kenilworth 

" Jno W\ bellman Oakland Hts, r same 

'* Vestus, driyer Car Coal Co, r rear 55 Depot 



Iff III I Ul Ullll I ril C Over 4000 Varieties. 



37 

S. Main St 



Dailey Mary, r 1) Seney 

Dalton Wni,* wks Kenilworth Inn, r Kenilworth 

Dayidson Alice, book agt, rms 12 Cumberland aye 

" Geo,* wks I'atton & Stikeleather, r 5 Catholic 

" Logan,* farmer, r S Biltmore 

" Seneca,* lab, r cor S Pine and Eagle 

" Saml ^^^ seryant Dr M H Fletcher, rms rear 190 
Haywood 
Dayis Chaney, r 53 Maiden Lane 

" Chas,* lab, r Chunns Coye 

" Henry,* lab, r rear 07 Roberts 

" Henry,* lab, r 10 Maiden Lane 

" Janie. cook A A Featherston, r same 

" Jesse, lab, r rear 55 Depot 

" Jos,* butcher W M Hill & Co, r 24 Hildebrand 

'* Lee, wks Mrs Crowell, r same 

" Lizzie, Market nr Sycamore 

" Lurenia, maid Oakland Hts, r same 

- Richd,* butcher, r 25 Hillside 



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Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Imported and Domestic Cigars Sold by the Box at Factory Prices at the 

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Diivis KcbT,* lab. r Keuihvortli 

" \\'altei-, r 7U Eagle 
Day John,* lab, r 107 S Main 
Dean Crawford, lab. r vS Tine bey limits 
J)eKe\ser Henry,* butler, r 15 Hildebrand 
DeLoacli Moses, wks A T Davidson, r same 
Denny Ada, eating hse 53!) W Haywood, r same 
Deviny Curry, lab, r 104 Valley 

" Robt,* lab, r 104 Valley 
Diamond John, lab, r Victoria 
Dickerson Amos,* lab, r 147 Poplar 
Dickson David, bellman Kenilworth Inn, r 139 Valley 

** Isaac,* grocer 139 Valley, r same 

'' Silas, elk I Dickson, r 139 Valley 
Dillon Geo, wks Swannanoa Hotel, r same 
Dimley Addie, laund, r 299 Southside ave 
Dixon Annie, maid Swannanoa Hotel, r same 

" Wm,* driver Kenilworth Stables, r sanitr 
Dobbins Jackson, porter Tasteless Quinine Co, bds 08 
Eagle 



WOODBURYpnai COMPANY. 

Telephone 344. UUHL 



Office No. 6 Patton Ave. 



ALL KiNOd OF 
HARU AND 
SOFT COAL. 



" Jas,* driver, r 70 Valley 
" John,* lab, r 08 Eagle 

" Joseph,* boot black The Berkeley, r 10 Cumberland 
ave 

Dodd Ann, cook Mrs C M McLoud, r same 
" Frank, wks Standard O Co, r 180 S Pine 
" Jos,* driver Ashv Dray Co, r 180 S Pine 
" Laura, nurse Mrs L T McLoud, r same 

j)ooley llobt,* lab, r Happy Hollow 

Dorroh AVm. wks Ashv Tannery, r 14.3 Depot 

Doss Jas,* lab, r Avery 

Doster Henry, grocer 73 \'alley and 43 Hil?, r 43 Hill 

Dougherty Perkins, wks Wilkinson Lbr Co 

Douglass Kryson, r 27 Maiden Lane 

D(»wns John W\* lab, r 155 S Peaumont 

Drummond Jos,* lab, r 58^ Mountain 

Dry Jas,* lab, r rear 21 W Chestnut 

Duseubury Chas B,* jiastor Calvai'y I'resby Ch, r 55 
(l(l.3( Eagle 

l)\(^ A Hie L,* drayman J (x Reeves, r 134 Bailey 

Dvsart Mai\', maid Miss L H Sturdevant, i* same 



WILLIAMSON & CO. "'"'"^'^^S^.S^'"'' 

16 Patton Avenue. Uptiolstery Goods, EtC. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouaes: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Patton Avenue^ 
Tele/jhone No. 132. 



1899-1900 CITY DlllEUrOKV. (COLOKED) 



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Earle Hattie V, tchr Yallej St Seliool, bds 110 (Mierry 
EaiLs Eliza J, car clni* So Ky, r Kenilwoith 

^ Houston, cook Winjali San, r 79 Valley 

•' Jos,* lab, r Kenilworth 

*' \jee* lab, r Short Bailey 

Earwood W Kiley,* solicitor Wm A Blair, r county 
Eaves Carrie^ <%w\i T J> Jolmston;, r rear 1(»5 Haywood 
Eecles Henry,* wks So lly shops, r 05 Mountain 
ICdgei'ton John,* yd man Battery Park, r 250 E College 

" Talbert,* rnis 57 Hill 
Edwards Henry,* janitor Opera House Bldg, r same 

"HA, wks Ashv Tannery 

*' Mattie, cook F P Bainbridge, r same 

'' Mattie, cook F F Baimbridge, r same 
Eidson Douglas,* coachman Patton & S, r Victoria 
Elliott Seymour,* lab, r 291 Southside ave 
Ellis Delia, waitress Neville Hse, r same 



J, H. WEAVER & GO 



R.AL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban P.ipcrty 
for Sale and Kent. 



" Willis, porter Club Saloon, r 77 Valley 
Elrod Frank, wks Eagle Warehouse, r Patton ave 
England Edw, wkis Bingham School, r rear 178 S Beau- 
mont 
Ervin Adolptius,* laib, r 10 Ervin 

'' Benj J,* coachman, r 7 Maiden Lane 

^' Frank,* lab, r 77 Crove 

*' Phifer,* r 4 Pearson Drv 

'* Wm,* plasterer^ r rear 132 Hill 

" Zilla, cook H D Baker, r same 
Erwin Annie, cook L Maddux, r siame 

" Duft.,* diayman, r 41 S Pine 

" Lillie, cook O D Keveil, r same 

'' Lorenzo, driver Kenilworth Stables, r 2 Madison 

^' Kobt,* butcher, r 38 Hildebrand 

" Virgil,* r 38 Hildebrand 
Evans Edw,* driver, r 250 S Beaumont 

" Edwin, r 38 Hildebrand 
Evans Lewis H,* fireman A & B Elec P Hse, grocer ITS 
S BeaumoTit, r same 

^ Solomon,* jiuaitor Graded School, r 5 Clemmons 






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Citizens' Coal Co. 



UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 

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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



W. College St. 

PHONE 95. 



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FARMER DANIEL R,* TAILOR, DYER AND CLEANER 

41) E College, r 147 Valley 

DANIEL R. FARMEI 
Fashionable Tailor. 

.... SUITS MADE TO ODDER. FIT 6U«RANTEED .... 

Cleaninir and Repairing on Short Notio&» 
49 E. COLLEGE. 

FarnsAvortli Jas, wks C A Reese, bds 45 Short 
Fair Josephine, r 41 Hilderbrand 

COURTNEY'S 

18 Patton Avenue. 



Fine Clothing and Furnish- 
ings. Young's Hats,Hanan's 
Shoes. 



F'anior — , r rear Earle Court 
Fancet't Giles,* hackinn, r 1 Oatliblic ave 
Feiiu'ster Win,* brkinn So Ry, r Victoi'ia 
Feriwindez .VndersoD,* haeknian, r 20 Market 
Few Tlios (\* wks So Ry frt dei)Ot, r 20 Williams 
F'iggins Ella, maid Glen R Hotel, r same 
Finger Augustus, dnver, r rear 55 Depot 

" Ijutber, wks J K Oonnally, r same 
Finney Andrew,* drayman, r 45 Hill 
Fisher D ^^\ bds 77 Valley 

" ^^'esley,* driver, r Baptist Hill 
Flack Artemous B, wks Patton & S, r 10 Catholic ' 

" Ida, maid The Berkeley 

" ]\Iiirie, r 10 Catholic ave 
Flax Wm, wks S C Mooi'inan & Co 

" AA'm M,* wks Wilkinson Lbr Oo, r Mountain 
Flagg L S,* pastor A M E Ohureb, r 42 Hildebrand 
Fleming Chas,* coachman, r i-ear 32 iTotta 

" Elisha,* wks A W McFee, r 9 Maiden T^ane 

"■ F, wks S C Moorman & Co, rms 37 S Lexing'tion are 
Fletcher David, lab, r Kenilworth 



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Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
Control City Street-Car Advertising. 



SHEVILLE 

DVERTISING . 

r^eMAv ) Pi'eparo and place Newspaper Advertising. 

CiENC T • I Contractors for Western North Carolina. 



J. D. FLUMMER, Manager. 



OHlct iB Oyer* Eoose Bmll41m(. 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO. 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



OPPOSITE 

POST .. 
.. OFFICE 



1891)1 900 CITY DIRE<3TORY. (rOLORED) 



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J'letdier Jiicob, r 46 Mounftain 

" Wm. Inb, r 29 Hill 
Floui'iicv N'ictoria J, v 102 Moiinttain 
Flojd Eliais,* lab, i- 19 Maiden I^iue 

" I>uke, wks H 1* IVaison, v Grove 

" Solomon,* lab, r Haijpy Hollow 
Flukei' Hai'vey,* hacknian, r rear 290 E Oollej^e 
Ford Edw F, bellnin B V Hotel, r rear 118 Mouniiain 

" I'syche, maid S H Miclialove, r rear same 
Foreman liascnm J, wks J Henninger, r same 

'' Wm, waiter Oakland Hts, r W Asihv 
F'orney Abe,* lab, r Victoria 

" Ann, cook Mrs H M David>*on, r same 

" Brooks F,* drayman, r 58 Atkinison 

" Clias, lal). r 58 Atkinson 

" Edw, coachman T Davidson, r siame 

" Edward.* drayman, r 77 'Grove 

" Fannie, cook, r 22 ^larket 

" Jas, wks The Knickerbrocker, r 21 Clemmons 

" John (\ lab, r 58 Atl^inson 

" Jnlia, laund, r 21 Clemmons 



Carolina Goal Co. 



Office Phone 130. Yard Phone 144, 
OFFICE 23 PATTON AVE. 

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'' Stanley.* wks I* O, r 201 Short Bailey 

" Thos,* r rear 281 S Beanmont 

"■ Thos jr, i»oa'ter Grants Pharmacy, bds 80 Davidson 
Forrest Anna, lannd Kenilworth Inn, r same 
Foister Adam,* bellboy Swannanoe. Hotel, r 11 Hill 

'' Benson, r 2 Madison 

'' Chas,* wks Ashv I & C Co, r 896 Bailey 

'' Ohas, wks Palace Stables 

^' Fannie, r 125 Pojdar 

" Geo jr. lab, r 22 ^ladison 

" Jesse,* drayniJin J M Inge, r rear same 

'' Jolm, waiter So Rv Restr, r 70 Mountain 

"Jos,* lab, r 12 ^IcDowell ^ 

" Lucinda. cook Mrs J E Woodcock, r same 

" Mary, lannd, r 70 Mountain 

" AA'm A,* barber 204 X Main, r rear 27 N Spruce 
Fowler Chas, portcn' Blue Ridge Nat Bk, bds 70 Poplar 

" Fagg. r 70 I*oplar 

"• Lester, r 70 Poplar 

" Sonay,* lab, r 70 Poplar 

'^ Thos,' wks A & B St Rv, r 20 Brick 



WHEN YOU WANT A PRESCRIPTION FILLED, remember, the hfead of our establishment, 
in addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST TUUKlSr 
AND COMMERCIAL 
HOTEL IN ASHEVILLE 



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Fowler Tlos,* v 40 N Lexinj^ton ave 

Francis J T,* cook Swannaiioa Hotel, r 198 S'side ave 

Franklin Jas,* lab, r 187 Pliifer 

F'rank's ^^inej, maid O W Budd, r same 

" AA'm, wks Mrs W C Bestor, r siame 
Freeman Nellie, r 02 (indger 
Fullenwider Alice, cook Asiliv Col, r same 

" Callie, laund, r 140 Cliurch 
Fuller Mar-v, nurse J C Martin, r same 



Gadlock Edw, wks Mission Hospital, r same 

Gaines Geo, r 31 Madison 

Gaither Alfred,* waiter, r 80 S Beaumont 

" Amos, cook T N Henry, r same 

'^ Emma, cook, r 29 N Spruce 

" Jas,* porter Acme W & L Hse, r 157 Curve 

" Jas, barkpr Laurel V Saloon, r Victoria 

*' Luke,* wks X & C Inst, r same 

" Luther,* fireman, r Victoria 

PAT MclNTYRE, 1 Beer Bottled Daily. 

Agent AUGUSTA BREWING CO. J 53 south Main. Phone 213. 

" Mitcliell,* lab, r N'ictoria 

" KacLel, r 72 S Pine 
Galman Simon B, bellmn B P Hotel, r 15 Atkin 
Ganaway Jos.* farmer, r Ohunus Cove 

" Saml,* wl<s S (' Moorman & Co, r 15 Mountain 
Gardin Sim A,* lab, r 98 Baird 
Gardner Alex,* lab, r 187 Phifer 

" Geo,* waiter, r 97 Hazzard 
Gannon Lee,* lab, r 20 Cole 
Garrett Alfred,^" wks Keynolds & P, r 131 Catholic ave 

" F^lla, laund Aslievillc Col, r same 

" John,* iiiinistcr. r rear 17() S Pine 

" Wm,* lab, r 188 S IMne 
Garrison A Berry,* waiter B P Hotel, r 21 AV (/ollege 
(rash Lottie, laund, i- rear 170 S Pine 
Gaston Alex H,* waiter B P Hotel, r 7 Richard 
Gibbs Arthur, wks G J Jackson, r rear 28 S Main 

" Claud, wks Lexington Stables 

" Fred E, barber T C Hamilton, r 8 Bay 

'' Geo ^^^ brkman So Rv, r 88 Southside ave 



LUAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, . . . . 
CARPETS, RUCS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE $c COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

33 i*-A.i"ro^j" .A.'KrujKrxjss. i=»noiNrE3 40. 



1801)-l!ni(t *(;iTY DIRK<T()RY. ((X)L()KE1)) 309 

(libbvK Louisa, cook, r (iO KobiMts 

" Saiul, lab, r 88 Soutbsidc ave 

•• Thos. butk-r, bds (iO Kobcrts 

" Win,* laiiiid, I' 8 Hay 

- Win, lab. r 27:*. N :\iain 
(Mbsdii Kinina, luirs*^ (' A ^^'ebb, v same 

" Haidv," I- rear l.*;>4: S lieaiiinont 

" John,* r 1*5- S Reaviinont 

" Mark,* r 218 S Beaumont 

" Stephen,* r rear 2:U S Heauniont ^ 

" \\ni, lab. r rear '2'A-i S lieauinont M 

Giles ^^■arren, wks Chambers, W iK: Co. bds 15 New 

" Win, wks S C Moorman cV: Co 
(lillespie -Julia 1). r 4(! .Madison 
(Jillian Saml.* brkman So Ky. r .Vvery 
iJilliard Allen.* waiter, r 78 Mountain 
(iilmore Caleb.* lab, r Baptist Hill P 

" John,* teacher, r Episcopal Hill H« 

Olanton Benj.* cook Dixie Rest, r rear 205 Montford ar Jf 
Crlasco John,' hd waiter B P Hotel, rms 22 S Ct Sq 

" Robt (I, fireman Asliv Stm Ldry, r 200 B Main ^ 

S;°rc.\lM/M inUMOTHM lr)No.20 



REALTY 



WM. JOHNSTON, Jr, 



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(Henn Calvin,* lab, r 251 K Colle*je 

" Leonard, waiter !> 1* Hotel, rms Atkin 
Goforth Carson W.* i»orter A I) (.'ooper, r 22G Char- 
lotte 
Goins Prince A,* barber J A ^^'ilsou, r 210 S Beaumont 
Golightly Aaron,* lab, r 145 Poplar 
(roode Jas, driver Dr H B Weaver, r same 
Goodman John,* lab, bds .')() Gudj;er 
(roodrum Columbus,* hostler, r 122 Churrh 

" Cordie, r 3<) Cole 

•• Robt, lab, r 54 Madison 

" \Vates L,* drayman, r 52 ^ladison 
(roodwell Sandy,* lab, r .■>5 Hildebrand 
Goodwin Henry, lab, r 4 Hall 
(lordon Geo, waiter, rms 182 S Main 

" Mary, cook Mrs Mary C Hilliard, r same 
Goudlock ("has, cook Oakland Hts, r same 

" Edwin,* r 10!> Mountain 
Gowaii ^'essie, cook, r rear 8!) Gudger 



GM AnVm WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

. A. unCCn, The Lea ding Fan cy Grocer. 





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Complete Stock 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

Always on Hand. 



Special Orders . . . 

Given 

Prompt Attention. 



ASHEVILLE HARDWARE COMPANY. 



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Crraliam Danl J,* fireman So Rv, v 117 Roberts 

" Jesse,* wks Vanderbilt est, r S Biltmore 

" Jos, lab, r 47 Maiden Lane 
Grant Dock,* lab, r 5 Olemnions 

" Isaac,* lab, r 2 Catholic are 

" Sanil, wks Ashv Tannery 
Craves Adolphus,* lab, r West Asbeville 

" John,* wks S C Moorman & Co, r West Asheville 
(iray Giles, lab, r 27 Poplar 

*' Henry, bntler Tuxedo, r same 

■" John G, wks S C Moorman & Co, r Victoria 

^' Latham, lab, r ^^'est Asheville 

'* Porter, eating house 5 AValnut, r same 

*' Squire,* wks Biltmore Nursery, r Victoria 

^' Taylor,* lab, r 18 Willow 
'(rreen Lillie, servant Mi's Annie Doyle 

" Pleas G,* wks J M Heston iV: Sons, r 10 Weaver 

" Theo, hd waiter Winyah San, r same 

•*' Wm,* lab. r 51 Maiden Lane 
Greene Barnev, eatinc' 'hlse 537 Vi' Ha"\'^vood, r same 



■^ Asheville Cycle Co. 



EUGENE C. SAWYER, Proprietor. 



{ Renti ng & Repa iring. 

( 1 8 and 20 Church St. 




" Grace, cook J H Carter, r same 

•' Luton A,* waiter Kenil worth Inn, r G9 McDowell 

'• ^\m, porter, r 26 Lotta 
(rreenlee Burton,* barber !) Willow, r 135 Bailey 

*' Chas,* hacknian, r 23 Hill 

■" David, driver Dr Peavy, r lOS Patton ave 

'• Geo, wks B J Jackson, r Monti'ord ave 

" Geo, painter, r A\'est Asheville 

'• Hattie, cook C L Minor, r same 

•' Jas C* wks So Ry, r rear 318 W Haywood 

•" Jas H, barber 2 N Lexington ave, r 21 Cumberland 
ave 

■' John,* painter, r West Asheville 

" Lizzie, cook A L Wiley, r same 

" Mamie, r rear 157 Hill 

" Nello, office boy Dr J A Gorman, bds 153 S Beau- 
mont 

•' Ollie. lab. r 23 Hill 

•• l\M-cy, bell boy The Planar, r same 

•'• Rufus A,* waiter, r 153 Curve 

■" Swan.* blksmith, r West Asheville 



A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmacy Go. 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



OPPOSITE 

Postoffice. 



1899-1900 CITY DIREO TQRY. (COLORED) 3 

Greenlee >\^'alter,* wks B V Hotel, i- 17 S Lexiujiton av 

'' Walter, lab, r 157 Hill 

" AA'm,* bd bellman Kenihvortb Inn, r Episcopal HUl 

" Wm,* backnian, r l(),s Patton ave 

" Wm A,* blksniith, r West Asbeville 
Greer Amelia, cook, r 42 Hill 

'^ Jas H,* waiter Swannanoa Hotel, r 198 Soutbside 
are 

" Jobn, bell boy Swannanoa Hotel, r 198 Soutbside av 
Gregory Jas, waiter li 1* Hotel, rnis 182 S Main 
Griet' Amos, barber Bowman ^^ McL, bds 1U5 8 Beau- 
mont 
Griffin Pink, lab, r rear 81 Bailey 
Grimes Rebecca, r <)1 ^lountain 
Gudger Maria, maid ()aks Hotel, r same 

'' Norman, r 26 Cole 
Guess John, wks J K Coleman, r same 
Guuter Maggie, cook J A Moseley, r same 
Gwynu Harriet, r 4U0 Flint 

" Larkin, wks Central Stables, r 11 Hildebrand 



WM, G, SMITH, 



Best Tailoring.^ 37 

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Over 4000 Varieties. 



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Hale Anna, seryant Mrs T E Reynolds, r same 

'' Carrie, wks Ashy Stm Ldry, r 150 Church 

" Jackson,* cook County Jail, r 77 ^4 Heaumont 

" Jas,* wajtei', r 150 Church 

'' Jordan, bellmn Oakland Hts, r same 
Hall Cornelius,* farmer, r 9 Atkiu 

" Douglass, wks B P Hotel 

" Felix,* lab, r 18 McDowt^ll 

" Jas, lab, r 203 Short Bailey 

" Lee, wks J R Gates, rms 38 E College 

" Susan, cook The Bon Air, r same 
Hambright Peter,* lab, r 07 Roberts 
Hames Robt,* lab, r 21 Catholic aye 
Hamilton Chas,* shoemkr, r West Ashe vj lie 

" Clara, wks W. T Penniman, r sanu' 

" Eliza, cook, r 30 Short 

" Ernest, cook, r 77 Groye 

" Geo, bellmn B I' Hotel 

'' Hf^nry,* porte IVnninuin Bros cS: Co, r Biltmore 



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RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sel] for 
Cash and can save you monej'. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Grade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



BOTTLED GOODS 



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Haniilt'on Jas,* janitor, r 1!) Cathoiie ave 

•' Jiio,* porter Einvka Saloon, v 77 drove 

'• .Julia, r () (iray 

•• Tccnniseh (\* baiber 11 Kaj;le, i- 77 Mountain 

•■ Tiniotliy, lab, r o() Short 
llaui]ttou (leo,* drayman, r 10!) S J^eauniont 

" .hio, engr Oakland Hts, r same 
Hant^line Mike,* iireman So Ky, r 133 Depot 

" liobt, wks The IJeikeley Hotel, r 70 Vallej^ 
llanklns Lucy, cook J ^1 Ray, r same 
llar<]en ^Vm,■" porter, r 15 Atkin 
llardgraves Thos,* lab. r 45 Short 
Hardy Jeannette, cook l\ev K F Campbell, r same 

" .Mamie, coolv, r rear 1(51 Chestnut 

'■ Win,* janitor So Bell T Co. r 111 Cumberland ave 
Harjirove ("aroline, cook, i' Hapjfy Hollow 
Harrinj2,ton J C* liarness mkr 51 X Main, r W Ashv 
Harris Calvin,* driver Patton cK: S, r 110 Chnrch 

" Ervin,* lab, r 15 Hill 

'•' Etta, cook ^liss X' J Alexandei', r same 

*' Felix, r 151 S Beaumont 





WOODBURY pnftj COMPANY. 

Telephone 344. UUllL office No. 6 Patton Ave. 



ALL KINDS OF 
HARD AND 
SOFT COAL. 



" (too,* lab. r Kenihvorth 

•■ Jnt). wks S C Moorman & Co 

" Lossie. r 17 Maiden I^ane 

" Mary J, teacher St Matthias Sclil, r 131) Valley 

" Moses.* lab, r 18 Mountain 

"' l*eter, wks market, r 157 S P>eaumont 

'■ I'hylis. hnind. i- 157 S lieaumont • 

'■ Saml,* lab, r 10 Maiden Lane 

" Thos ]M, janitor I'almctto bidg, rms same 

" >Vm, lab, r 47 ^Maiden Lane 
Hairison ITattie, co(»k H 1* Anderson, r same 

" .las,* r 7 Cathnlic av(^ 

" Martha, r 11 Hill 

■• -Mosley, wks Cai-olina Coal Co 

" H(t!and, rms !) Seney 
llarl (Mias, lab. i- rear 1:;5 Velvet 

" Isabella, cook C E IJond. i- same 
llawlcins -Jennie, cook T 1] Bi'own. i- sanu^ 
Hawshaw David, wks Central Stables, r same 
Hayden Fiank.* wks F ^I Lindsey. r rear 18<» S Pine 

" .hio,* lab, r A'ictoria 

'■ .ias. lab. V < 'urxc 



WILLIAMSON & GO, 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, . . . . 
CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM. Etc. 



tirowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Paitnn Avenue. 
Telephone No. 132. 



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liaydeii Marvin,* ivrvrtci- F O'Doniiell, r (58 I'oplai- 
Hayes Douo'lass. wks (Jraiits Plianiiacy, bds Hill 

" Mary, laniid, r I'oar 1(5 Cnnibcrlaiid ave 

" Sanil, bi'kinn So Ky 
Hayjiood Sr(*]»lHMi. lab. i- 4.") Maiden Lano 
Haynes Chas L,* bailxM- V.\ p]a<;l(', r same 

'• Eliza, cook L A' J^rowii, r same 

" (leo, dairyman, i- rear 'l:\-i N Main 

*' Julius,* lab, r 157 X'alley 

^* Oscar,* waiter Swannanoa Hotel, r 150 ('hureb 

" S Jonas,* eatin<;- bse 7 Ea^le, r 157 Valley 
Heaid Calvin, Avks W L ^Moore, r rear 285 S Main 

•' Jas. lab, r rear IIX) S Pine 

" Eel ha,* cook H E Orant, r same 
Hemphill .\bner, bellmn Winyah San, r same 

" B Perry,* lab, r Kenilwortb 

'" Frank, driver, r 53 So'uthside a^e 

"Irvin, wks J C Randall, r 12 Hildebrand 

'* Isaac, wks Ashv Tannery 

'• Jno. wks Swannanoa Hotel, i- Bailey 

" ^eal, wks Hotel Berk'elev B S 





J, H. WEAVER & GO, 



REAL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Property 
for Sale and Rent. 



" Kobt,* driver Kenilwortb Stables, r 37 Clemmons 

" Thos,* lab, r 107 Short So Side ave 
Henderson B H,* wks C C Millard, r rear 186 S l*ine 

" Hannah, wks Model Stm I^dry 

'' Jno,* wks So Ry, r 58 Roberts 
Hendricks Presley L,* drvr Biltmore Daii-y, r 25 Silver 
Hennie Geo, janitor 13 Church 
Heniy Frank, wks Kenilwoi-th Tnn, r same 

'' JMary, r 78 Eagle 
Hewett Abel, lab, r rear 70 Charlotte 
Hicks Chas, lab. i- 45 INIaiden Eane 

^' Jno,* waiter, i' Cole 

'' Saml,* lab, r Avery 
Hiji,i>ins Brooks.* driver, r rear 08 Bailey 

" Richard H.* wks Swannanoa Htl, r 77 drove 

" A\'ni,* lab. r 17 ^lountain 
Hiifh Osborne, butler F W W Ciialiam, r same 
Hiijhtower IVFary. chamber maid, r 40 Poplar 
Hill Anna, laund Kenilwoi-th Inn, r Atkin 

" Benj. driv<M" Kenilwortb Inn. r Kenilwortb 

" Benj .J, preacher, r 81 Gudy-er 

'"' Calowav," r 54 ^lountain 



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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 



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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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Hill Edward,* diivei- Keiiihvo'ith Stables, r !) Atkiu 

" Geo, lab, r Kenihvortli 

" Giles, lab, bds 77 A^alley 

" Lizzie, cook Western Hotel 

" Lofiaii,"' lab, r Kenilwortli 

" Lnla, maid Oaks Hotel, r 15:i Market 

" Major J,* lab, r 94 Roberts 

" Robt,* waiter Kenilwortli Inn, r same 

" Saml, lab, r rear 43 Hill 

" Sophie, cook, r 16 S Court Sq 

" AVm, wks G W Pack, r 15 New 
Hilton TreacT, cook, r 158 Market 
Hobson Benj,* Avks S C Moorman & Co, r 183 Poplar 

" Jas,* wks AV X Hatch, r Forest Hill 

" John H,* brkmn So Ry, r 70 Roberts 
Hogan G Wm,* lab, r 79 McDowell 
Hogue Richard, butler Mrs J L Morgan, r same 
Hoke Chas L,* waiter, r Catholic ave 
Holbert J,* wks Ashy S & F Co, r rear 88 S Beaumont 
Holland Wm,* firemn So Ry, r 160 Avery 
Hollingsworth Ferlin, wks Mrs E Edmonds, r same 



COURTNEY'S 

18 Patton Avenue 



Fine Clothing and Furnish- 
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" Irvin, wks Ashv Tannery 
Holloway Fannie, laund, r 40 X Lexington ave 

" Tal( us, cook, r rear 18 Turner 
Holly Mary, r 188 S Pine 
Holmes Eli,* waiter, r 96 Hazzard 

" Geo W,* watchmn Xormal Schl, r 77 McDowell 

" Mary, r-ook Mrs E B Clark, r same 
Holtzclaw Sidney,* r 344 Bailey 
Homer Fred, porter J H Law% r 206 S Main 
Hooper Avery, cook Dairy Lunch, r 9 Atkin 

" Laura, r 20 Mountain 

" Talbert,* r 76 Hill 
Hoorah Chas,* porter So Ry, r 157 Hill 

" Leonard, bellmn B P Hotel, r 157 Hill 
Hopkins Jas,* wks Dixie Rest, r Pine 
Horston Riley,* drayman, r rear 55 Depot 
Horton Jno, wks Winyah San, r same 
House Mary, cook, rrear 84 Bailey 

" Walter,' r 253 E College 
Houston Florence.* janitor, r 5S Cumberland ave 

'' Julius,* dyer 2 E College, r 18i Willow 
Howard Agnes, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 17 Sorrels 



ADVERTISERS, 



When you want to reach the ENURE 



way is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thoroughfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. O. PLUMMER, Manager. Office in Opera House BuiidUig. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co. 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. (COLORED) 



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Howard Florence, laund, r 170 Cliurch . 

" Frances, laund, r 35 Buttrick 

" Ivory, cook J R Oates, i' same 

" Matilda, r IT Soiirel 

" Sim,* wks Ashville Club, r 267 E College 
Howell Lettie, cook J M Sanders, r same 

" Thos, waiter Oakland Hts, r same 
Hudson Geo, wks Mrs M E Hi 1 Hard, r same 

^' Georgia, r rear 157 Hill 

" Stephen, waiter Oakland Hts, r rear 157 Hill 
Huggins Maria, r 59 Hill 

" Myra^ laund, r 47 Cole 

" Walter, blksmitli B Burnett, r rear 131 Velvet 
Hughes Josephine, cook R H Rath, r same 
Humphrey Johnson,* brbr 524 W Haywood, r Victoria 
^ " Nathan, porter Glen R Hotel, r Victoria 
Hunt Emanuel, wks W M Hill & Co, r 125 Weaver 

" Hattie, cook Mrs S E Buchanan, r same 

" Jasper,* lab, r 130 Poplar 

" Joanna, laund, r 74 S Pine 

" Matilda, laund, r 102 Short Bailey 



Carolina Goal Go. 



Office Phone 130. Yard Phone 144. 
OFFICE 23 PA TTON A VE. 

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" Perry,* lab, r 17 Weaver 

" Whiston, brick mason, r 254 S Beaumont 
Hunter Addie, Ashv Stm Ldry, r 123 Montford ave 

" Horace,* lab, r 81 Gudger 

" Lottie, r 28 Gudger 

" Moses,* lab, r 122 Montford ave 
Hyatt Elijah, lab, r Ghunn's Cove 

" Thos, lab, r Chunn's Cove 

" Philetus F, driver Ashv Trans Co 

" Wm, bellmn B P Hotel, r same 



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Ingle Edward, wks Bingham School, r same 
Ingram Madison, waiter, r 150 Church 
I O O F Hall, 10 N Court Sq 3d floor 

Irvin Robt, wks H P Pearson, r Hildebrand 
Irvnie Harvey, servant Mrs Crowe! 1, r same 
Isenhour Henry, brkmn So Ry 
Ison Jno, wks S (' Mioo'rnmn & Co, r 8 Sorrel 




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W±iJi.N i^OU WANT A i'rtKSCHieTlON FLLi^ED, rememoer tue tieaa oi our esmolistiment, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience, Is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy a-d Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 
Briar and Meerschaum Pipes 
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Berkeley 
Cigar Stand 



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Anderson, lab, r rear 284 S Beaumont 
1> .},* vegetables 1 »S: 3 ('entral Mkt, r 4 ilagnolia ar 
r.ovce, wks Mis ^\' () Hudson, r same 
r>m't,* wks Oakland Hts, r Victoria 
('has,* vejietables r, Central Mkt, r rear 186 S Pine 
1 )oek,* lab, r 181 S Beaumont 
Frank,* lunch rm ?.8-4U S Main, r same 
(ieo, r lear 284 S Beaumont 

(leo J. eatinji' lise 42^ X ^Nlain, r rear 23 S Main 
Harriet, r 4 ^lagnolia ave 

Jno,* vejietables I Centi-al Mkt, r 7 Catholic ave 
Lula, cook, r rear 400 Flint 
Maria, laund, r 174 S Bine 
^Filas,* lab, r Victoria 
^finnie, cook F Stikeleather, r same 
Tlios, ]>orter The Bonanza, r 174 S Pine 






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PATMclNTYREJCLUB SALOON 

53 South Main. ) i^I3£:c:>i«JE: 2X8. 

James Bettie, laund, r 13 Catholic ave 

" Tlieo,* coachman L Rathenberj;^, r same 
.Tasi)er Harvey, cook Earle Court, r same 
-lett'erson (ieo, barber B P Hotel, rms 22 S Ct Square 
Jeftivv >\'eldon, wks Ashv I & C Co, r W Asheville 

•• \Vm,* lab, r-134 Poplar 
Jenkins Joshua,* lab, r rear 55 Depot 

" \\m* butler, v 251 E Collej^e 
.Jenniii<'s Howaid, wks Ashv Tannery 
Johnson Alex, wks W B Williamson, r same 
•■ Alice, laund, r 24 Market 
'• Anderson, wks A W McFee 
■ Andrew,* porter, r rear Park Place 
" ("has,* hostler Robt F Garrett, r Victoria 
" Edward, i)orter So By, rms 88 S Main 
" Elbert,* wks Oakland Hts, r Victoria 
'' p:iizabeth, r 81(887) .AIcDowell 
^' Fannie, r 40 ]\faiden Lane 
'' Frank, wks S C Moorman & Co 
'' Harvey.* lab. r 80 Madison 
^' Henry, lab, rms 7 Maiden Lane 
'' Henry.* wks So By depot, r 111 Depot 



WILLIAMSON & CO 



iO DF*«»,tt:ojtx ./^.'cr^xi'ULe. 



Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

32 r»u9k.1"r03>J" J^'K7'^iJya^XJ:ES. I*HOI^I3 40. 



1809-inriU (^ITV DIRErXORY. ,(X)LOKi'^D) 



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Johnson Heniy,* lab. r Avery 
•• Isaiali J.* works Men's Outfitters, r baptist Hill 
■• Jack, lab. r 22 Madison 

'" Jas ^V,* waiter B P Hotel, r 5tl Catholic aye 
•• Jos, waiter Dixie Restr, rnis 170 (Mini-ch 
" Julia, r S IMne bey limits 
" I.on, nurse Wyckiitt" Hall, r T.aptist Hill 
*• Lula, cook, r ."'T l>uttiick 

" :Mattie \, tchr X'allcy St Schl. r 102 Mountain 
- .Milus.* lab, r 120 Pojilar 
" ^linnie, cook, r 27 (inciter 
" Sanil, butler Oakhurst. r same 
•■ Sanil," lunch 54 S Main, r same 

•• Schotield, driver ('ai'iJina ('oal Co, r Sl(24) Valley 
'• Taylor,* })i-eacher, r S IMne bey limits 
" Thos, wks Hattie Kirksey, r same 
•• Thos J,* wks So Ky shoi»s, r 1(52 S Jieaumont 
•' Waites A," wks Asliv Tannery, r !>4 Roberts 
'■ A\'m,* wks Riverside Cemetery, r \'ictoi-ia 
" >\'m,* wks Idlewild Flo < 'o, r rear ;>24 Charlotte 
•• AN'm,* cook Dairy Ltmcli. r 17 Mountain 



""iSRT"- Temple Court 



STORES 

OFFICES 

RERUTY. 



•" W M, waiter Sw^annanoa Hotel, r same 
Jolmstou J Parker,* janitor Rutledge, P, W & Co, r 
50 Poplar 

'• Lo^an,* r Bajdist Hill 

" Wash,* wks J R Gates, r 141 I'oplar 

" Wm, lab, r Bai)tist Hill 

'• \A'm R C. bootblack, r 50 Poplar . 
Jones Chas H,* lab, r 107 Valley 

" Chas M,* waiter B P Hotel, r rear 23 S Main 

" Geo,* bellboy The Berkeley, r S I'ine bey limits 

" Heni-y, lab, r 22 X Lexinjiton ave 

'• Hoben." ])lasterer, r U(> Hazzard 

'• Jacob, 1- 40 ^laiden Lane 

'■ Jas, bellmn B P Hotel, i- sanu^ 

■• Julius, bell boy The B(m keley 

•• Kittie. maid P>' P Hotel 

'• Lizzie, cook, r llO Cherry 

'■ 31a^nns, wks Mrs AN' G Hudson 

'• Robt T,* wks Biltmoie Xui'sery. i- \'i(^toria 

" Saml. bai-ber T C Hamilton, r 77 ^"alley 

'• Thos,* lab, r 42:5 Short So Side ave 

■' A'ir<iinia, cook Afrs L <J Ketchum, r same 



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. A. UK ttn, The LeadingFancy Grocer, 



53 Patton Avenue, 



:o:n-z3 136. 




1%!°T'T MU^;^ Asheville Hardware Co. 

Peitect Vehicles at 



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, Johiivsou \A'm, lab. v 110 ('herry 

^ " Will,* cook, r 10 Maiden Lane 

m " W'ui,* lab, r rear 13.5 Velvet 

" W 5, barber Swannanoa Barber Shop 

W Jordan Albert,* butler, r 25 Latta 

" Anderson, wks Market, r rear 186 S Pine 
Q " Arnistead,* lab, r rear 180 S Tine 

aJ " Arthur, wks S C Moorman «&: Co 

n '' Flora, cook Mrs W C Bestor, r same 

P " Geo, r 87(1,36) Valley 

B" Mollie, cook, r 40 Short 
" Will, buttons Oakland Hts, r same 
Q " Wm, lab, r 2.5 Latta 

Justice Ester, laund, r West Asheville 
Q "■ Henry, janitor Youn<>' Men's Inst, r same 

p^ '* John, wks Model Stm Ldry 



K GROCERY STORE (THE), N MURROUGH & CO 

proprs, 51 E College 

BIPYPI C^ \ ""''"" I ASHEVIllE CYCLE CO. 

N. MUBROUOH p. .T. SWEPSO-J. T. W. NIPSDN, JT 

The K Grocery Store 

N. MURROUGH & CO., Proprietors. 
51 College Stfeet, - - flSHEVILiliE, fi- C. 

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. 

Cheap as the Cheapest. Good as the Best. Handsome Soda Fountain in 

Connection. Your Patronage .Solicited. AH Orders Receive Prompt 

Attention, (ioods Delivered to any p.irt of the city. 

Kearney .Vddie, cook J H Merrimoii, r same 
Keatoii Belle, cook, r 17 S Lexington ave 
" J ^fax, waiter (' (1 I*aul, rms S Main 
Keebley Edw, wks So Ry frt dei)(>t, r 4!»1) Depot 
Keen Eppie, cook, r 51 Davidson 
Keenan Jno, bell boy Oaks Hotel, r same 

KEMP ELISHA M,* JANITOR BATTERY PARK BANK. 

I- L'OC. S .Main 
Keiidrick H(^nj, w ks Asliv TaniitMv, r (50 Roberts 



L. A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



ParagoD PhaFmaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



1809-1900 ('ITY DIRECTOKY. (COLORED) 



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Kendiiek ^^'ln, waiter, r 20 Mai-ket 
Kesler Augustus G,* preacher, r 60 Moimtaiu 
Kiljiore David,* vegetables 27 Central Mkt, r 4 Latta 

•' Mary, cook, r 30 Maiden Lane 

" Pattie, cook G A Shiiford, r same 

" Robt, lab, 1* rear 25 Central ave 

'• Squire, r''29 Madison 
Kinard Laura, cook Dr J H Williams, r same 
Kincaid Jas, wks Zimmerman «& W, r 330 Bailey 

•• Sallie, laund, r 330 Bailey 
Kincaid Saml,* r 419 Short So Side ave 
King Augustus, wks B P Hotel 

" ( 'olumbus,* wks Ashv Ice & Coal Co, r W Asheville 

'• Sarah, laund, r 14 Hildebrand 
Kirk Geo, wks H S Haskell, r 36 Gudger 
Kirksey Hattie, Ich rm Young Men's Inst, r 208 S Main 
Knox Hodge, brkmn So Ry 

" J, driver Woodbury Coal Co, rms 37 S Lexington av 

" Thos, brkmn So Ry 

'' Weslev, brkmn So^Ry 

" Wm,*'wks So Ry frt depot, r 10 McDowell 



IT ill I III U If 11 I 111 ( Over 4000 Varieties. 



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Knuckles Chas W,* barber, r 2.5 Silver 
'' Harrv,* lab, r .38 Hill 



Lake -John, waiter The Berkeley, rms 24 Market 
Lancaster Geo, porter G A Mears, r 36 Cole 

" Mary, r 36 T'ole 
Laudrum Mai-tha, laund, r 73 Valley 
Lane Rachel, r 198 S Main 
Lanning Emma, cook, r 112 Cherry 
Largen Laura, laund, r 69 Roberts 
Latham Frank, wks B P Hotel, r 14 Clemmons 

'' Geo, baker Oakland Hts, r 14 Clemmons 

'• James, r 14 Clemmons 
Latimer Jno,* waiter, r 100 Hazzard 
Latta Adalaide, waitre^^s Bingham School, r same 

*• .Jas D, waiter Bingham School, r same 

'* Jane, r .53 ^lountain 

'' Peter B.* nurse Bingham School, r same 

^* Thos,* coachman, r 17 Clemmons 



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RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with us. We buy for Cash and seU for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Imported and Domsstic Cigars Sold by the Box at Factory Prices at t^e 

BERKELEY CIGAR STAND 



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Lattinioiv John, waiter The Berl^eley, i- 182 S Main 
Lawieiice P'"ied.* baibei- J Smith, v Hill 
i^ayton Kobt, wks (Miambei'S, Weaver i*s: Co.bds Willow 
Lcac li Anson.* lab, r N^ictoria 

•• Delia, wks Ashv Sim Ldry. r 152 P.ailoy 

" Sniily. maid (J A Shnfoid. i- same 
Leak -Ino W,* dray lino, jjhonc 20(1, ]>ort<M- (Hen R 

Mold. 1' Konilwoitli 
Loatliciwood Andrew H." r 11-"! (Micitn 

LEATHERWOOD THOS U PUB MILJTARY AND HIS- 
lorical Son\enii- Poitrait of ()fli(<Ms :kl N C Vol- 
nnteers. i- lUi ('lierry 
Leaventhro]) Jno. driAer I)r J H Williams, i- same 
Leaventhi-o]»e T.* janitor Sondley bldj^, r 52 Davidson 
Ledbetter Adalin(% v IT Atkin 

'' Alfred, wks T W l^atton, r sami^ 

" H E.* wks Uiltmore \'illage Shop, r 4S .McDowell 

" Jennie, r 1-lT Valley 
Lee Caleb i\* cook Kenilworth Inn, r 15!) Valley 
" Henry,* wks Aslieville St Ry, r 3() Sorrel 

" Heni-y.* dravman. r 5S Mountain 

WOODBURY pnil I COMPANY. r^rL" 

Telephone 344. UUfll-. office No. 6 Patton Ave. J SOFT COAU. 

" T Brown,* cook, r 22 Hildebrand 

" AValter, lab. r :iG Sori-el 

" Wyatt, wks Dr J E David, r same ^ 
Lemons Wm,* driver, r 15 Seney 
Lenoir Claracy,* servant C L Minor, r same 

" Horace, r West Asheville 

" Isham,* shoemkr, r 64 Eagle 

•• Jno.* wks So Ry. r lOS Roberts 

" Lawi(Micc. bntler, r 15(1 Chnrch 

" Martha, cook \\' A' Law. r same 

" Maiy. cook, r ri^ar 1(5 Cumberland avc 

" Prince, lab, r ^^'est Asheville 

" Thos. lab. r (54 Eagle 
Lesli(^ Lizzie, laund. r 27 r()i)lai- 
J^ewis Ellen, nurse ^^■ W Barnard, r same 
Lightlv Jackson.* lab. r Baptist Hill 

" Jno. wks AA' :\r Hill cS: Co, r Baptist Hill 
Lincoln Jos 1*.* ianitor Ashv Cot ^lills, r W Asheville 
Lirdscy .Maiy E. maid, r rear Ki ( "uuilicrland are 

" Sarah, r 2!> Catholic ave 
Li]tscoiub(' Edw H. prin Valley St Schl. r 115 Mountain 



LUHMSON & CO. ""•""^^SSTSS,'*'*"*' 

16 Patton Avenue. UpholStefy GOOdS, EtC. 



Qrowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pattnn Avenue, 
Telef-hone No. 132. 



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Litteii Thos,* lab, i- 07 Roberts . O 

Little Lula, i- 3 Madison ^ 

*' Riitlieiford,* lab, v :? ^Madison TJ 

" Simon, waitei* Oakland Ilts, i-uis Sl(:»S7) McDowell 5' 

]wttleli«^ld .1 W. wks Eagle Ware Use. r iT) ratholic ave « 

].iittlejo]u) llaniet, cook, r 5S ^lountain 

" Irbv, porter Wliitlock (Mo Jlse, r 27S Cole ?! 

" Jas, lab, 1- 278 Cole ^ 

*' Wade, fireman Elec Power Hse, i- 248 Cole q 

Lockhart Henry,* lab, v ?A> ('umberland are 2 

]^()cknian Jno W,* wks So Ry frt de})ot. r Victoria Q. 

" Thos, ]»orter D)* J H Woodcock, r same * 

Loder Henry, belJnm Kenilworth Inn, r Dixon Town ^ 

Jjogan Annie, cook G Henderson, r same "O 

'* Antony, butler A M Field, r same < 

'' Geo,* wks So Ry, r Victoria -% 

" Geo, wks Vanderbilt P]st, r S F.iltmoro J 

" Harry, lab, r 8 Sycamore 7 

" Jas,* lab, r 131 Velvet 

'' Mary, laund, r 125 Poplar 

'' Moliie, laund, r 40 Short 



J. H. WEAVER & CO. 



RfcAL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Property 
for Sale and Rent. 



" Moses,* lab, r S Biltmore 

" Saml, wks Riltmore Nursery, r Mctoiia 

•• Thos,* barber J H Greenlee, r Haywood 

'* Thos, yardman W H Penland, r same 

*' ^^'m, foremn Hiltmore Nursery, r Victoria 
Long Davie, cook, rms 12 Cumberland ave 

" Julius.* wks (Carolina Coal Co, r rear 55 Depot 

" Robt, wks Asliv Ice & Coal Co. r rear 55 Depot 
Trooper Frank,* teamster, r 48 Phifer 
Lord Closes,* hd waiter The Bei-keley, i' loO S Pine 

"■ Closes jr. wks .Model Stm I^diy, r i;>(» SPine 
Lorick Henry C,* wks So Ry sho])S, r !)S Roberts 
Love Anderson,* lab, r Happy Hollow 

" Jas P,* grocer 173 Mountain, r same 

" Napoleon, wks Swannanoa Hotel, rms 15:> Market 

" Robt,* lab, r 95 Hazzard 

■' Saml. wks \V li Rrown, r same 

" AVni J.* wks J C Randall, r 35 ClemiiKHis 
Lowry Jas,* lab, r Victoria 
Luckie Jno,* driver A D Cooper 
Lyda Jno, wks L Maddux, r 10 Sihoit 

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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 

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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

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rdell Junia, cook, v 333 Bailey 
vie Fannie, laiind Asheville Col 

• Geo, wks Dr Burroughs, v 190 S Pine 

' Jno S,* porter Acme W & L Hse, r 157 Curve 

' rbillis, cook J H Weaver, r same 

vuch (leo W, bellmn Oakland Hts, r same 

• Marshall,* lab, r Ramoth 

' Sidney B,* restr 17 N Main, r 111 N Main 

ytle Chas F, porter, rms Valley 

' Ervin, wks D S Hildebrand, r same 

' Harvey, chef Winy ah San, r same 

' Mark,* lab, r 28 Valley 

' Mary, cook J A Nichols, r same 

• Robt, wks J R Gates, rms 38 E College 

• Sal lie, r rear 135 Velvet V 



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alone Julius,* lab, r 11 McDowell 

arlin Danl,* brkmn So Ry, r 113 Roberts 



COURTNEY'S 

18 Patton Avenue 



Fine Clothing and Furnish- 
ings. Young's Hats,Hanan's 
Shoes. 



Mare Jno,* wks Bingham School, r rear 40 Hildebrand 
Marsh Harriet, maid B P Hotel 

Martin Caleb,* firemn Winyah San, r S Pine s e cor 
Clemmons 
" Fred P, wks Ashv Pressing Club, r 102 Mountain 
" Jas,* waiter B P Hotel, r 354 E College 
'' Jno, wivs Candy Kitchen, bds rear 4 Woodfin 
" Mamie, tchr A^alley St Schl, r 55(103) Eagle 
" Richmond J,*barber J A Wilson, r 180 Bearden ave 
'' Thos,* r S Pine s e cor Clemmons 
" Thos,* bellmn Kenilworth Inn, r 15 Hildebrand 
" Wm H, barber 27 S Main, r 102 Mountain 
•' Wm H,* cook, r 255 N Main 
Mason Edwin,* musician, r 16(6) New 
Massey Wm, bellmn B P Hotel 
i\Iatterson Jas, lab, r rear 135 Velvet 
May field Hettie, cook J A Woodcock, r same 
INIayhew Robt,* wks So Ry shops, r Victoria 
Mays Jas, driver Lorick & Co, r rear 36 Depot 
" Robt, bricklayer, r 4 Sycamore 
" Wm, bellmn B P Hotel 
Maxwell Jas, ydmn Kenilworth Inn, r W Asheville 



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J. D. PLUMMER. Manager. 



Licensed BrII Fosters arret Distribtitors. 
ontrol City Street-Car Advertising-^ 

pare and place Newspaper Advertising, 
tractors for Western North Carolina. 

Office In Opera Honse BoUdlnr* 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO. 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



OPPOSITE 

POST .. 
.. OFFICE 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. (COLOR ED) 323 

McAllister Mary, cook T H Cobb, r sanae 
McArthur Philip,* waiter Glen R Hotel 

McBraver Calvin,* driver, r 28 Davidson ^ 

" Dock, lab, r 187 Pliifer w 

McCall Lena, cook J E Ray, r same ^ 

McCarty Julia, laund, r 3 Richard g 

McClain Junius,* wtr Swannanoa Htl, r 198 So Side av r^ 

McClarty Edw, porter P Carr, bds 216 Montford ave P 

McClelland Henry, shoemkr 9 Eagle, rms 22 Eagle y 

" Reed,* brkmn So Ry, bds Victoria p 

" Stewart, brkmn So Ry, bds Victoria h 

" Thos, driver So Ex Co, r ms 22 Eagle t»> 

McConnaughev Geo,* lab, r 108 Short Bailey -^ 

McCorkle Jas,' lab, r 145 Depot * 

'' Martha, seamstress, r 145 Depot % 

" Wm,* lab, r Short Bailey • § 

M'cCov Alonzo, driver W F vSnider, r rear 190 S Pine ► 

" Dennis, fireman The Manor, r same S 

" Polly, r rear 190 S Pine 5 

McCullough Berry,* lab, r 12 Madison &■ 

" Squire, lab, r 12 Madison 5 




Carolina Coal Co. 



Office Phone 130. Yard Phone 144. ^ 

OFF/CE 23 PA TTON A VE. 

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McDauiel Saml,* lab, r 25 Hildebrand 

'^ Zora, cook Mrs C West, r same 
McDavid Louise, cook Asheville Col, r same * w ^ 

McDowell Carne,* lab, r 4 Gray ? -=s r 

" Chas,* lab, r 141 Poplar ^ 2^3 

" Delia, wks B P Hotel ^ £ ^ ® 

" Elbert, shoemkr, r 7 Latta 

Elijah,* shoemkr 8 N Spruce, r samo g 






^' Fannie, cook, rms 9 Maiden Lane g 1. ^ ® 

" Lizzie, cook, r 7 Latta o •- S 

" Mary, r rear 52 East *t ~ 

" Rufus,* lab, r 1 Frederick ^ ~ 

^' Salina, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 1 Frederick 
'^ Wilson, waiter Kenilworth Inn, r 64 Eagle 

"^ Wm, shoemkr, r 64 Eagle ' | 

McDuffey Henry S,* minister, r 4 Curve g^ 

McElratii Alfred,* waiter, r 122 Church P 

" Dester, cook W F Snider, r rear same -^ 

" Edw, lab, r 122 Church P 
" Mack,* driver, r rear 133 S Main 



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WHEN YOU WANT A PRESCRIPTION FILLED, remember the head of our establishment, 
in addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College. The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

gj COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



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McFadden Lewis,* lab, r 209 S Main 
McGee Abraham, lab, r 42 Hildebrand 
Mcllwaine Alex,* brknin So Ry, r 94 Roberts 
Mclntire Calvin,* wks Bon Marche, r 32 Davidson 

" Josephine, cook, r 9 Catholic ave 

" Manson,* lab, r 1000 Pearson Drive 

" Randall, lab, r Kenilworth 
McKee Arthur W, butler, r 400 Flint 

" Carrie, wks Model Stni lArj, r 34 S Lexington ave 

" Martin, wks Ashv Tannery 

" Wm, bellmn Oakland Hts, r same 
McKesson Chas, lab, r Happy Hollow 

" Elsie, r Happy Hollow 

" Jerry,* lab, r"l93 Valley 

" Quince, bellmn Kenilworth Inn, r 193 Valley 

" Waco, porter Orstreicher & Co, r Happy Hollow 
■ McKinney Jos,* lab, r Short Bailey 

^^ McKissick T,* firemn Asheville Col, r rear 190 S Pine 

^^ McLean Edward, brkmn So Rv 

p_, McLEAN WM H (BOWMAN & McLEAN), RMS 22 S 

^^ Court Square 

^ ^ PAT MclPITYRE, | Beer Botiled Daily. 

■P— ^ § Agent AUGUSTA BREWINS CO. J BSSouthWam. PhoneaiS. 

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^ " McMahon Homer,* r 40 Maiden Lane 

T3^ a McMillan Alfred,* porter H Petrie, rms 37 S Lexing- 

^— j S£ ton ave 

CC^ McNeal Albert J, porter H S Courtney, r 190 Pine 

" Thos C, porter So Pass Sta, r 499 Depot 
McRae John,* wks So Ry, r 65 Roberts 
Mendenhall Robt, waiter, rms 9 Atkin 
Mennefee Thos J, barber C Haynes, rms 131 Velvet 
Michaux Clem, lab, rms 79 ^IcDowell 
MILITARY AND HISTORICAL SOUVENIR PORTRAIT 
of Officers 3d N C ^"ohmteers, Oapt Thos L 
Leatherwoiod publr, IG S Ct Square 
Miller Calvin J, sihoemkr 54 N Main, r 35 Clemmons 
^^ ^ " Delia, wks Tlie Manor, r 79 Valley 

g_- '^ ^' Frank,* lab, r 125 N Main 

^ ^ " Henry, brkmn So Ry 

C*^ ^ '' Jas,* lab, r 45 Maiden Lane 

^,« '' Jas V,* brick mason, r 189 S Beaumont 

"* " eTolUn,* wks Asdiv Tannery, r rear 32 Latta 

CP " Lawson,* plasiterer, r 29 Hilde'brand 

pSH^ " Lee, lab, r 181 S Beaumont 






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16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE $c COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 

in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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STORES 

OFFICES 

REALTY 



WMJOHNSTONJr,'""" 



1 1 J 1 1 ( Temple Court 



1899-1900 CITY DIREOTORY. (COLORED) 325 

Miller Mind}'^, r Markeit nr Sycamore 
" Pleas J,* waiter Glen Rock Hotel, r 87(136) Valley 
*' Scofield,* lab, r Kenil worth 
'" Smith,* lab, r 4 Pearson^ Drive 
'' Tillie, cook Oakhurst, r same 

" Wm,* lab, r 404 Bailey ^ 

" Wm,* wks The Manor, r 79 Valley vP 

" Wm, lab, r 36 Gudger H 

Mills Albert,* wks Ashv Dray Co, r Victoria 

"■ Alex,* preacher, r 2 Woiodfin h* 

" Alonzo, lab, r 297 Southside ave m 

" Annie, maid Arcadia Hotel, r same' J* 

" Cephns,* lab, r Kenilworth p 

" C H, wks So Ry shops, rms rear 116 Roberts ' & 

" Jos, lab, r 297 Southside ave 
" Marv, r 220 S Beaumont 
" Patrick, wks W M Hill & Co, r 220 S Beaumont 

Minsign Henry,* waiter, r 122 Church 

Mitchell David, waiter Kenilworth Inn, r 139 Valley 
" Dollie, oo'ok Dr J A Burroughs, r same 
" Franklin P, wks H Doster, r Eagle cor Davidson 



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" Mattie, laund, r 75 McDowell 

" Sampson,* lab, r W Ashv 
Modley Edw, cook F Jackson, rms same 
Molton Susie, cook, r 153 Market 
Montgomery Calvin C, lab, r 15 Seney 

'' Robt,* wks Oakland Hts, r Victoriai 

" Robt jr, lab, r Victoria 
Mooney Wade, lab, r S Pine bey limits 
Moore Amanda, cook Miss Florence Cheney, r same 

" Anna, nurse, r 40 Maiden Lane 

" Benj, drayman, r 20 Willow 

" Clara, r 226 Charlotte 

" Clem F, firemain Elec Power Hse, r 51 Eagle 

" David,* wks Dr L B McBrayer, r same 

'^ Dennis,* lab. r 12 Cumberland ave 

" Frank, r 51 Eagle 

" Geo,* lab, r 17 Oakdale ave 

" Henrj', barber 70 Southside ave 

" Heslter, cook C Jones, r same 

" Jackson,* lab, r S Pine bey limits 

" Jas K,* wks J K Oonnially, r same ' (0 





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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



53 Patton Avenue. pxxoixrz: lae. 



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Moore Jas, butcher B P Hotel, r 56 Poplar 
" Jos, wks I»a'tton & S, r 20 Willow 
'' Jolm,* wks J E Rumboug'h, r same 
" John, wks Knickerbocker, r same 
" Landrum, waiter Swanmanioa Hotel, rms 20 Willow 
'' Lu'Cinda, coOk M C Nolamd, r same 
" Lucy, servant Miss Florence Cheney, r same 
" l*aul,* lab, r rear 114 Merr^imon ave 
" Peter,* lab, r rear 45 S Frendli B ave 
" Pinkney,* wks Ashy Tannery, r 109 Depot 
" Kobt, porter M V Moore, r rear 74 E College 
'* Ruth, laund, rms 37 Buttrick 
" Thos,* wks Baird & Rector, r 226 Charlotte 
" Vannie, laund, r Market near Sycamore 
" ^"iolet, cook C D Clark, r same 

Morehead Chester, lab, r 2 IMIadison 
" Geo, wks F Jackson, r 2 Madisom 
" Hamilton, wks Kenilworth Stables, r 2 Madison 
" Jas,* wks Riyerside Cemetery, r 2 'Madison 

M'organ Addie, r re'ar 318 N Main 
" Ellison, lab, r Victoria 



w Asheville Cycle Co. 



EUGENE C. SAWYER, Proprietor. 



Renti ng & Repa iring. 

18 and 20 Church St. 



" Henry, wks ]N[rs M A La Barbe; r same 

" Huldy, r 226 Charlotte 

" A Patrick,* rockmason, r 37 Seney 

" SalMe, cook M Swai'^tzburg, r same 

" Wm A, lab, r 58 Slilort Bailey 
Morris Barney, tireman Swannanoa Hotel, r same 

" Oeo,* lab, r Victoria 

" Geo C* coachman O D Reyell, r same 

*' Geo W,* wks Hampton & Featherston, r 25 Hilde- 
brand 

" Jas,* driyer, r 127 A^alley 

" Lee T, wks H F Grant, r S Pine bey limits 

" Thois,* waiter B P Hotel, r S Pine bey limits 

" y, wks Model Stm Ldry, r 17 S Lexington a.ye 
Morrison Kid,* wks So Ry s^hops, r 123 Short S'side aye 
Morrow Cornelius J, lab, r rear 37^Hill 
" Coron, lab, r rear 37 Hill 
'' Henry,* cook Bingham School, r same 
" John S,* preacher, r rear 37 Hill 
" Lemuel E,* hostler Bingham School, r same 
" Wallace, launld Bingli'am Sdliool, r same 



FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmacy Go 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



OPPOSPE • 

Postoffice. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. (COLORED) 



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Morrcnv Maggie J, wks Bingham Sebool, r same 

Morton Tbos P,* jaui'tor Mont ave School, v 5 Bay 

M'oselev Ada, nurse, rms 15 Hill 
" Hazel,* bellboy B V Hotel, r 5 Latta 
" Spencer P* (Moseley & Carter), r rear 36 Depot 

Moser John, waiter, rmis Y M Inst 

Moses Adam,* janitor McAfee bldg, r 12 X F B ave 

Moss Jas,* lab, r 8 McDowell 
" Joihn T,* janitor Drhumor bldg, r 17 Poplar 

Mullen Lee, wks The Berkeley, r 32 Davidson 

Murdoch Edw, porter Heinitsh & Reagan^ rms 17 S 
Lexington ave 

Murphy Ellen, laund, r 35 Gudger 
'' Geo,* wks So Ry fi-t depot, r 35 Gudger 
*' John, bellman B P Hotel, r 35 Gudger 
" John, offlceboy Dr Wm D Hilliard, bds 130 Vallev 
"■ Julius, driver Dr J M Osborne, r 35 Gudger 
" Lewis, lab, r rear 191 S Beaumont 
'■' Wm A,* wks C McXamee, r Victoria 

Murrav — , r rear 71 E College 
'' Ohas,* r 111 N Main 

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if III I Ul U if II I ill ( Over 4000 Varieties. ) S. Mli St 

'' Robt, ooachman Mrs C ^A^est, r same 

" Wm, waiter Oakland Hts, r same 

'' Wm,* baker, r 55 Depot 
Murrough Harrv, porter ^I H Harris, r 79 Grove 
MURROUGH NOAH* (N MURROUGH & CO), R 79 

Grove 

MURROUGH N & CO (N MURROUGH, P J SWEPSON, 

J W Nipson jr), proprs The K Grocery Store, 51 

E College 
Muse Anna, cook J A Cle\inger, r same 
Myers David,* r 303 Short Bailey 

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Neal Grey O, wks So Ry, bds rear 318 W Haywood 

'' Henry,* lab, r S Pine bey limits 

'' Thos,' lab, r 109 S Beaumont 
Neelj' John,* lab, r 5^^^ Mountain 
Nelson Jacob R,* preacher, r 218 S Beaumont 
Nesbitt Ida, cook W T Pennimon, r same 
Nichols Cora, laund, r 10 McDowell 







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Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Sqaare. Nbw Phone 82, 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Grade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



BOTTLED GOODS 

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Nichols Hattie, maid Oakland Hts, r same 
Mch'ols Wesley,* lab, r Victoria 
" Jno W,* brickmason, r 206 S Main 

NIPSON JNO W JR (N MURROUGH & CO), R 19 OATH- 

olic ave 
Noble Richard, bellman Winyah San, r same 
Norris Mary, cook W R Woodward, r same 
Norwood Wm,* driver Dr C V Reynolds, r same 



Oa'tes Dorotliy, r 40 N Lexington ave 
Oglesby Thos,* barber, r 113 Mountain 
Oliver Jc^hn,* wks Mustin-R Co, r 187 Phifer 

" Mack, waiter Oakland Hts, r same 
O'Neal John, wks H T Broune, r 73 Mounltain 

" Sidney,* wks C C Millard, r 40 Church 

" Turner,* lab, r Victoria 

" Wm, barber C Haynes, rms 26 N Main 
Orr Green, lab, r 35 Hill 



WOODBURY 

Telephone 344. 



GOAL 



COMPANY. )".'.•-•;- 

Office No. 6 Patton Ave. J SOFT COAL. 



•' Jane, laund, r 14 Clemmons 

" Jots C,* propr Ashv Stm Dye wks, r 66 Poplar 

" Sarah, maid Winyah San, r 66 Poplar 
Osborne Hattie, laund, r 42 Hill 

" Isaac,* wks So Ry frt depot, r 15 McDowell 
Osttel Edward, waiter Winyah San, r same 
Owens Archie,* lab, r 26 Latta 

" T Edw, genl secy Young Mens Inst, rms same 





Packenham Belle, maid Bingham Scbo-ol, r same 
" John H,* cook Bingham School, r same 

Palmer Harrison, driver Dr Hilliard, r 153 Pattbn ave 
'' Kay,* porter J H Law, r 101 S Beaumont 
" Lewis, wks Chambers, W & Co, bds 153 PattOn ave 
" Marion, lab, r 153 Patton ave 

Param Cyrus,* hackman, r 22 N Lexington ave 

Parker Alex,* drayman, r 139 Short Bailey 
'' Anse,* wks Ashv Dray Co, r Victoria 
" Anderson,* drayman, r Victoria 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



J6 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, . . . . 
CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pattnn Avenue. 
Telephone No. 132. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. (COLORED) 



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Pei'ker Greo, waiter Oakland Ht^s, r same 
■" Jefferson, lab, r Short Bailey 

" Jennie, wks Asliv Stm Ldry, r 139 Bailey 

" L, engr Ashv Tannery, r Victoii''i'a. 

" Louise, maid Oakland' Htis, r siame 

" Thos, driver Lorieh & Co, r 178 Oharlo'tte 

" Thos,* blksmith, r 402 Bailey 
Parks Berry,* lab, r 77 Orove 

" Calvin,* lab, r 88 Gudger 

" Jas,* wks So Ry frt depot, r 55 Depot 

" John,* wks Ashv Tannery, r 143 DeiK)(t 

" Vila, r 91 Grudger 
Parson ^^'m, wks C A Reese, r 41 Fulton 
Pasdial Homer, wks Ashv Tannery 
Patterson Dais}', wks W W Rollins, r same 

'' Fannie, laund, r 101 Short Bailey 

" Jeff, lab, r rear 175 Chestnut 

" Rufus,* cook B P Hotel, r 8 Bay 
Patton Annie, cook, rms 56 Moiitford ave 

" J Wesley,* wks W B Brown, r 56 Montford ave 

" Oliver A,* lab, r Kenilworth 



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REAL ESTATE. 

City ^nd Suburban Property 
for Sale and Rent. 



" Saml, lab, r Kenilworth 
Payne Geo W,* blksmitli Victoria, r country 

•' Thos,* blksmith, r 143 Hill 

'* Wm,* lab, r Kenilworth 
Peak Watty, driver Lorick «& Co, r 67 S French B ave 
Pearcy Gus, wks Rev J W Anderson, r same 
Pearson Frank,* plasterer, r 62 Poplar 

'' Henry P,* meats E Central Mkt, r 108 Hazzard 

" Jas, wks H P Pearsoin, r 108 Hazzard 

" Jas, wks S S LjTi'ch, r 21 W College 

'' Jessie, r 176 S Pine 

" Wm,* wks Wm Turner, r rear 132 Bailey 
Peay Carolina, barber J A Wilson, r Sorrel 
Peebles Mamie E, tchir Valley St School 
Peek Edw, wks W J Sudderth, r 67 S French B ave 
Pegrani Wm T,* lab, r 120 Church 
Perkins Millie, cook Mission Hospital, r same 
Perkinson Frank, wks J M Ray, r same 
Perry Frank, lab, rms rear 133 Velvet 

" Thos,* lab, r 20 Cole 
Petty Addie, maid Bon Air, r same 



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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 



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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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PHONE 95. 



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P^ty Edw, booitblack, r 73 Valley 

" Hester, eook C A Webb, r same 

" Mai^tha, cook Chas MeNamee, r same 
Phifer Cbas C,* carp, r 120 N Main 

'' Lucindia, wks B P Hotel 

^' ^^'m,* wks Mrs W O Hudsion, r rear 55 Depot 
Phillips Benj F,* lab, r Ramofth 

" John H, porter C A Raysor, r 130 Hill 

" Reua, laund, r 130 Hi if 

" Wm,* wks So Ry, r 116 Roberts 
Pickens Lee P,* wks Neville Hse, r 37 S Lexing:ton ave 
Pierce ^Villard, wks Ashv Tannery, r 499 Depot 
Piggins Emma, maid Mrs W O Bes'tor, r same 
Pinkins Isaac,* waiter B P Hotel, r 147 Poplar 
Pinkston Jack, brkmn So Ry 
Pinkney Jas,* lab, r 40 Maiden Lane 
Pinner Jas, butler The ]\|anor, r same 
Polk Sallie, c^^ok C Saw\yer, r same 
Pollard Jas M,* eating house 70 S'Side ave, r Victona 
Ponder Emma, r S Pine bey limits 

" Jas,* wks D G N'oiand,^ r 133 N Main 

r^r>l I DTIVI C V'C ) Fine Clothing and Furnish- 
WwlilvllllCT Ol- Ings. Young's Hats.Hanan's 



18 Patton Avenue 



Shoes.. 




Porter Lizzie, r 10(6) Sorrel 

'' Rector, laund, r 37 Buttrick 

" Robt, wivs Oakland Hts, r same 

" Robt V,* lab, r 125 S Beaumont 
Posey Texas, r 40 Maiden Lane 
Poston Fuller, servant Mrs Orowell, r same 
Post en Lee,* wks So Ry sh'ops, r Avery 
Potts Edward,* lab, r 20 Weaver 
Powell Allen, porter G A Greei% r 24 N Lexington ave 

" Anne, cook Mrs H D Woodson, r same 

" Britt, wks Central Stables, r same 

" Henry,* blksmit^ Ashv S & F Co, rms 64 Mountain 

" Isaac, r 20 Cole 

" Mary, cook Mrs T E Reynolds, r same 
Prater Albertine, jahitress Biltmore Depot, r Kenil- 

worth 
Pratlier Jolin,* dr-ayman, r rear 135 Velvet 

" Mollie, r rear 133 Velvet 
Pride Wm, musician, r 79 Valley 

Priestly Caleb, pi-opr Swannanoa Hotel Barber Shop, 
rms 13 Atkinson 

" Etta, maid Wyckoff Hall, r same 



When you want to reach the ENURE 
9 population of Asheville, the ONLY 
^ay is to use the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thoroughfares. 

Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUMMER, Manager. Office in Opera House Building. 



Paragon Pharmacy C 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. (COLORED) 331 

Priestlj' J'O'hn,* lab, v 13 Atkinson 

" Silas,* lab, r 22 Atkinson 
Prisoek Jackson,* lab, r Episcopal Hill 
Proctor Adam, wks C Proctor, r 27 Maiden Lane 

" Blanche, nurse A L McCov, r same 

" Obas, blksmitb AV As4hv, r 419 Bailey 

" Elias A, wks Baker & Son, r 119 Bailey 

" Hayden, lab, r 31 Maiden Lane 

" Jas> wks Patton & S, r Market 
Propst Tho's,* waiter B P Hotel, r 30 Lattai 
Propton Jolm,* wks So Ry, r 199 Depot 



Quickie Jobn, wks P Gray (c), r same 



Ragsdale Maliala, cook R U Oarrett, r same 
Rags^'ille Benj,* lab, r Kemlworth 



Carolina Goal Go. 



Office Phone 130, Yard Phone 144. 
OFF/CE 23 PA TTON A VE. 

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" Enoch,* lab, r Ken 11 worth 

" John, lab, r Kemlworth 

" Nathaniel, lab, r Kenilwoi'fh 

" Ranzy, tab, r Kenilworth 

" Rufus, lab, r Kenilworth o > ^^ 

Ramseur Annie, maid Winyah San, r 111 N Main ^ * ^J 

" Louis, lab, r 111 N Main p -*^ 

" Louis jr, lab, r 111 N Main ^^C 

" Walter, bellboy The Berkeley, r 111 N Main 

Ramsey Josephine, cook, rms 110 Cberry < ^c::t/3coc 

Randall Haftie, cook, r 175 S Beaumont § ^5.° 3^2 

" John C,* vegetables 21-21 Central Market, r 26 Sf |3-g| 

Eagle Terrace S^'^ ca ^ o " 

" Lawson,* coachman W H Washington, r same co? Ss^^ © 

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" Patience, cook, '\\^ H W^aishington, r same ^ 5 *" * ^ i^ 

Rankin Jas, brkmn So R v "^ S- ? t- s o 

" Leila E, tohr Valley St School ^^^.sfr: 

'' Mattie, cook, r 10 Stiwt 



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Ratcliff Marilda, cobk O Battle, r same! ^ § ^ g Cj 

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Mitchell, wks So Ry frt depot, r 539 W Haywood c-'g^H. 

Ransom Andei'son, brkmn Sk) Ry sf « p-Sc^ 



VViiK.N you WANT A Jr-KKSUtOFTION KLLI.KD, rememoer tne Head or our eslauUsnment, 
In addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical Collei^e The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity. The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy aid Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



The Finest Line of French 



Berkeley 



Briar and Meerschaum Pipes 

south of New York at the CigST StS^ndi 



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" Ohas L,* lab, r 20 McDowell 

" Cora, cook, r 92 Gudger 

" Ezekiel,* por'ter G A Greer, r rear 57 Clierry 

" Isaac,* lab, r rear 118 Poplar 

" Jas,* wks Woodbury Coal Oo, r 37 S Lexington ave 

" Wm, lab, r rear 118 Poplar 
Rayf ord Eliza, r 10 Maiden Lane 
Reagan Archie,* pressmn Asliv Register, r rear 175 

S Beaumont 
Redden Mack, waiter Oakland Hts, r same 
Roddicks Lillie, wks Asliv Stm Ldry, r Factbry Hill 
Redmond Danl,* wks P W Lowe, r 57 Maiden Lane 
Redmond Jas, wks J C Randall, r 57 Maiden Lane 

" Martha, cook, r 89 Gudger 

REDMON WILLIS R,* JANITOR BATTERY PARK 

Bank, r 77 Valley 
CO Reed Emma, laund, r 87 Hazzard 
^— ^^ " Geo, wks As'hy Tannery 

%mmJ 2Ij " John,* drayman, r Ohunns Cove 

^3 ^ " Victoria, laund, r 36 Madison 

^ E PAT MclNTYREJ CLUB SALOON 

as 53 South Main. ) :F'JEX.OI>3:es 210. 

^5 ^ " Wm, wks B P Hotel, r 87 Hazzard 

S REESE CHARLES A,* SCIENTIFIC HORSESHOER 

125 Patton ave, propr Battery Park and Kenil- 
'worth Inn hOrse sfhoeing sihops, r 11 Fulton 






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ScienMfic Horse Shoer. 



Proprietor of Battery Park and Kenilworth Inn Horse 

^ Shoeing Shops. 

CO No. 125 Patton Avenue. Quaraatee Shoeing Agalast 

r.t Coras, Quarter cracks, 

^; P. O. Box 307. loterlerlag aadOverreaihlag. 

— ^jjj Reid Matthew, cook Glen; R Hotel, r same 

ac Renoher Minnie, cook, r 127 Poplar 

Q3 S Reynolds Chais, wks Bender's B S, r 157 Hill 

■^ " Chas,* carp, r 193, Eagle 



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Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Cloth, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

^2 I»-A.T"rO»J .A.^ST'JEt^aTJJEl. lE»I3C03XrU -ao. 



*' Solomion,* driver Armour Pkg Co, r 22 Atkinson 

""•ofe»^^- Temple CouRri^^. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. (CgLOEED) 333 

Reynolds Geo E, barber \^'m H Martin, rms 131 Velvet 

" Tony, porter F O'Donnell, r Davidson 

" \Vm, coachman J A Nicbols, r same 

" AVni,* lab, r 273 N Main 
Rhinehart Jobn,* wks As^hv Tannery, r 106 Roberts 

" Mary, cook, r 112 Cherry 
Rice Josie, maid O D Revell,- r saine 

" Mary C, r 15 Clemimonis . 

" Millie, r 51 Soiuthiside ave v3 

" Thois,* lab, r rear 55 Depot! J? 

" Wm J,* lab, r 53 Soaithside ave JJ 

Rich John, grocer Kenilworth, r same u 

Richardson Jais,* waiter, r 6 A'allev M ^^^ 

" John, r 108 Slhk)rt Bailey " ■ ^ ^T 

Ricks Jane, nurse J K Oonnally, r same ■■■ 

" Jas,* bellmn Kenilworth Intn, r 57 Hill W 

Rinnimon Frank,* lab, r 76 Eagle 
Roberts Jdhn, wks S O Moorman & Co 

" Marv, r 83 Hill 






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" Carrous W, grocer Victoria, r same 

" COias, brkmn So Ry 

" Edw D, wks Lexington Stable's, rms same 

" Frasder, elevator man Drliumor bldg, bds 265 Clem- 
mons 

" Harley, lab, r Victoria 

" Harry,* coachman H S Lambei't, r same 

" John, lab, r Victoria 

" Jos,* wks S C Moorman & Co, r rear 130 Pbplar 

" Julius, lab, r Holh-VN'Ood nr College 

" J Alex,* lab, r 1 Hall 

" Perry, lab, r 17 Hill 

" Philiis, laund, r 311 Short Bailey 

" Sallie, maid B P Hotel 

" Saml, wks W N Hatch, rms 153 Market 

" Thos, wks Dr W O BroiwnsOn, r same 

" Wm,* lab, r W Ashv 

" Wm,* waiter Kenilworth Inn, r Kenilworth 
Rogers J,* wks Chambers, W & Co, r 156 S Beaumont 

" Jasper, butler J C Martin, r same 

M ^■^HHBI| WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

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;il||°cTs"' m^tJL Asheville Hardware Co. 

Pettect Vehicles at (^i^\^\jrV =^ 

ALSO CIIBAFBR GRADES IN STOCK. S. E. Corner Court Square. 



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^ Rogers JeiTj,* drayman, r rear 55 Depot 

L " ^^'esleT,* waiter, r Cattolie ave 

^ Roland Bt^ttie, r 4 Hall 

* " Jefferson,* lab, r 350 N Main 

W Rollins Green, wks W W Rollins, r same 

Roney Geo,* la'b, r 77 Grove 
Q *' Pleas, lab, r 77 Grove 

ij Ross Brooks,* lab, r 27 Gudger 

n '* Grat-e, eook Ingleside, r s«nie 

h " Wm, coachman, r 150 Cliurch 

WRowe Milas,* driver Kenilwoi'tth Stiables, r same 
Rowley Jolm,* lab, r Kenilwoi'tih 
n " John jr, wts Oakland Hts, r Kenilworth 

Rumley Danl,* driver H C Johnson, r 77 Grove 
Q " Sarah, r 153 Miairket 

^ Russell Edw,* lab, r 20 Wilhiw 

'' John, porter So Ex Co, bds 20 Willow 
Rutherford Isaac, wks Ashv Tannery, r 7 Frederick 
" Jas,* lab, r 7 Frederick 
" Jessiie, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 7 Frederick 
" Rufus, lab, r Victoria 



BICYCLES 



1 "EAGLE" I ASHEVIllE CYCLE CO. 

liKiKNK C. SAHVKK, Prop. 

18 and 20 CHURCH STKEET. 



J CLEVELAND! - -•— --^•'"'-^ 



Sales Wiley,* driver Lorick & Co, r 10 Cole 
Sanders Amanda, cook, r Market nr Sycamore 

'' Butler,* lab, r 156 Church 
Sandifer Alex, janitor 1st Baptist Ch, r 32 Davidson 

" John, waiter Kenilworth Inn, r 32 Davidson 
Sawyer Flora, maid Swannanoa Hotel, r 31 Valley 
Saxon Mack, wks Carolina Coal Co 
Saxton Cora, cook T A Jones, r same 
Scaiffe Lizzie, cook Wm Johnston Jr, r 2 Catholic ave 
Scales Charlotte, cook Mrs M C Greenlee, r same 

" John, wks S C Moorman & Co 

^' Maggie, cook W^ C Carmichael, r rear same 
Schoffner Osborne,* driver W A Boyce, r rear 52 East 
Scott Ellen, cook C H Campbell, r same 

" Estelle, cook, r rear 400 Flint 

" Harrison, janitor Asheville Col, r rear 190 S Pine 

" Jennie, cook C L Minor, r same 



L. A. FAR NHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary PubliC. 



Paragon Pharmaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



1899-1900 CITY DIBEOTORY. (COLORED) 



335 



Seott Lula, vegetables 25 Central Mkt, r 2 Catholic av 

" Mary, wks Model Stm Ldry, r rear Earle Court 

" Mary, wks Aslieville Col, r rear 190 S Pine 

*• Vestus, lab, rms 79 McDowell 
Seaborne John,* lab, r ^'ictoria 
Sigmon Burrell C,* lab, r 20 Brick 
Shade Isaac, porter G A Greer, r Hill 

^' Ollie, laund, r 34 S Lexington ave 
Shankliu Thos,* lab, r 429 Short Southside ave 
Sharp Alex, lab, r 62 McDowell 

'• B Frank,* driver W A Blair, r G2 McDowell 
Shaw Geo, lab, r 143 Depot 
Sheldon Butler,* cook, r 31 McDowell 

" Henrv H,* lab, r S Beaumont 
Shell Lafayette, fireman Oaks Hotel, r same 
Sihelton Jefferson,* lab, r rear 36 Sorrel 
Shepard Chas R,* waiter B P Hotel, r 7 AVeaver 

"' Newton,* lab, r rear 55 Depot 

" Phillis, r 19 Catholic ave 

Shepherd Wm. bootblack Wm H Martin, rms Clinton 



If III I Ul UllllirilC Over 4000 Varieties. ^ S. 



37 

Main St 



Shepperson Paul, wks S C Moorman & Co 
Sherill Lutlier,* brkmn So Ry, r 185 Phifer 
Shipman Wm,* lab, r Kenil worth 
Shuford Claud, brkman So Ry 

" Henry, bell boy Swannanoa Hotel, bds same 
Sikes Mack,* lab, r Victoria 
Siler Maggie, laund, r 15 McDowell 

" Jas W, driver, r 15 McDowell 
Silver Fillmore, wks C S Wallace, r 89 Gudger 

" Susan, laund, r 89 Gudger 
Similton Amos, lab, r Short Bailey 

" Cephas, wks W M Hill & Co, r 5 Mountain 

'' Marshal, wks W M Hill & Co, r 5 Mountain 

" Wm,* lab, r 5 Mountain 
Simmons Jas, wks J P Sawyer, r same 

" Jennie, cook J M Heston, r same 

" Otis, cook C Haynes, r 226 Charlotte 
Simms Arthur, elev boy Oakland Hts, r same 
Simon Lee, w^ks Winy ah San, r same 
Simonton Arthur, biootblack, rms 17 S Lexington ave 

" Elsie, eating hse 13 W College, r same 



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Rule with us. We buy for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



Imported and Domestic Cigars Sold by the Bex at Factory Prices at the 

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Simonton L S, waiter Glen R Hotiel, r same 

Simril Clarence, lab, bds 28 Gudger 

Sims Jasper, butler Mrs A R Cartmell, r same 

" Pinkens, lab, r rear 27 Brick 
Sinclair Rachel, laund Kenilworth Inn, r 130 Valley 

" Tbos,* wks Asbv St Ry, r 130 Valley 
Singleton Emanuel, peddler, rms 36 Cumberland ave 
Sisson Cbas,* waiter Kenilworth Inn, r rear 36 Depot 
Slade Geo, bellmn Oakland Hts, r same 
Slaughter Henry,* driver Standard O Co, r 128 Hill 

" John, r 128 Hill 

" Wm, bellman B P Hotel, r 128 Hill 
Sloan Mattie, r 49 West 

" Thos, waiter B P Hotel, r 49 West 
Sloop Columbus, driver H C Johnson, bds 39 Depot 
Smathers Archie, fireman Oakland Hts, r Victoria 

" Lucinda, laund, r Victoria 
Smith Ambrose,* wks Geo W Pack, r 25 Catholic ave 

" Annie, laund, r 81 McDowell 

" Elias,* w^ks Palace Stables, r 34 S Lexington ave 



WOODBURY 

Telephone 344. 



GOAL 



COMPANY. 

Office No. 6 Patton Ave 



1ALL 
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ALL KINDS OF 
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Emma, cook W B Marlow, r same 

Frank, driver J M Hestoai & Son, r 2 Ciatholic ave 

Frank, lab, rms 35" Buttrick 

Geo N,* coachman, r 141 S Beaumonit 

Henry, wks J M Heston & Son, bds 2 Catholic ave 

Henry, wks S C Moorman & Co 

Jas, lab, r 87 Short Bailey 

Jas P,* foreman Dr Battles Stables, r rear 186 S 

Pine 
Jerry, lab, r Avery 

John, wks S C Moorman & Co, r 2 Catholic ave 
John,* barber 16 N Main, r S Beaumont 
John, wks Ashv Ice & Coal Co, rms 116 Roberts 
John A,* porter Dr C P Ambler, r rear 77 Valley 
John T,* driver, r 21 Hildebrand 
Jos,* wks Ashv Tannery, r Avery 
Ola, maid Bon Air, r same 
Oscar,* driver, r 32 Davidson 
Peter,* cook So Ry Restr, r 344 Bailey 
Preston, bootblack, rms 17 S Lexington ave 
Richard,* wks Ashv S & F Co, r 70 Eagle 



WiLUAMSDN & CO. ■'"""'JSS'.SS.'"'"'' 

16 Patton Avenue. Upholstery Goods, Etc. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



GreenhQuats: 324 Charlotte St. 
Ttlephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Patton Avenue, 
Te/efhone No. 132. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. (COLORED) 



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Smitli Robt,* lab, r 191 S Beaumont 

" Saml,* janitor Bingham School, r same 

'' Saml G,* bellman B P Hotel, r 253 E College 

" Susan, waitress Bingham School, r same 

'' Thos, eating hse 6 Eagle, r same 

" Timothy, wks W M Hill & Co, r 6 Eagle 

" Tina, maid Winyah San, r same 

" Turner, wks So Ry frt depot, r 339 W Haywood 

" Wesley,* lab, r Short Bailey 

" Wm, wks S C Moorman & Co, r 2 Catholic ave 

" Wm, wks Mrs Z C West, r same 

" Wm, porter Pelham Pharmacy, bds Short Bailey 

" Wilson,* lab, r 21 Catholic ave 
Snowden Laura, cook Mrs S E Duffield, r same 
Snyder John,* wks G E Atkin, r 12 Madison 
Solomon Lucinda, cook Dr H B Weaver, r same 
Southard Arthur, lab, r Kenilworth 

'' Dock,* yd man Kenilworth Inn, r Kenilworth 

'' Melton, lab, r Kenilworth 
Spears Alfred/* lab, r 29 Brick 



J. H, WEAVER & CO.- 



AL ESTATE. 

City and Suburban Property 
for Sale and Rent. 



*' Horace, lab, r 29 Brick 

" Thos, lab, r 29 Brick 
Spates Harris, cook Stoner Bros, r Pine 
Spencer Jas,* waiter Kenilworth Inn, r 39 Gudger 

" J E, waiter Kenilworth Inn, r same 

" Noah, bootblack, r 73 Valley 
Sprague Palmer,* wks Patton & S, r, 40 Hildebrand 
Springs Sallie, cook, r 28 Gudger 
Stagg John, wks Dr G W Purefoy, r same 
Standback Jas,* lab, r Victoria 
Steele Boose, bellman Winyah San, r same 

" Cora M, maid C S Ward, r same 

" Gordon, cook, r 22 N Lexington ave 

" Jas,* waiter Kenilworth Inn. r S Pine bey limits 

'' Jesse,* chef Oakland Hts, r 82 Oakdale ave 

" John, wks Oakland Hts, r 82 Oakdale ave 

." Nelson,* waiter, r 150 Church 

" Osborne, porter The Baltimore, r Bailey 

" Wm,* lab, r Curve 
Steen Moses,* wks Owubey & Son, r 51 Mountain 
Stepp Adolphus W,* lab, r 429 Short Southside ave- 
Stevens Jos,* lab, r 14 Sassafras 






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:opj'£: 238. 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



43 

W. "college 'st. 

PHONE 95. 



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Stewart Mamie, maid The Berkeley 

" Watt, lab, r rear 178 S Beaumont 
Stinson Wm, mesgr Biltmore Dept, r country 
Stoner Delia, wks Ashv Stm Ldry, r 55 Depot 

"■ Wm,* porter So Ry, r 55 Depot 
Stover Jas A,* porter Swannanoa Hotel, r 28 Davidson 
Street Chas,* wks J R Gates, r 250 S Beaumont 
Stroud Peter,* lab, r 63 Madison 
Strudick Andrew, lab, r 21 W College 
Suber Wade, porter Oaks Hotel, v same 
Sudduth Elvira, r rear 21 W Ohestnut 

'' 'Marshall L,* lab, r 55 Depot 
Sullivan Frank, furn repr, r rear 51 Eagle 

"" John L, wks Bowman & Mc L, r 33 Buttrick 
Summers Columbus, wks F M Lindsay, r rear 27 N 
Spruce 

" Jos,* lab So Ry shops, r 18 McDowell 

" J Kelly,* wks Oakland Hts, r Episcopal Hill 

" Robt,* wks Battery Park Bar, r 200 S Main 
Sutton Grant, brkman So Rv 



COURTNEY'S 

18 Patton Avenue. 



Fine Clothing and Furnish- 
ings. Young's Hats,Hanan's 
Shoes. 



Swan Jane, r West Asheville 
Swepson Calvin,* lab, r 40 Brick 
" Ernest, wks H Doster, r 40 Brick 

SWEPSON PINK J* (N MURROUGH & CO),R 40 BRICK 

Swinson Moses,* lab, r Happy Hollow 



Talley Randolph D, wks D Kilgore, r Clemmons 

" Wilson,* wks B P Hotel, r 7 Latta 

" Wm, bell boy The Berkeley, r 8 Sycamore 
Tate Garnei*, wks markeit, r 66 Southside ave 

" Maria, cook Mrs M S Reynolds, r same 

" Saml,* wood dlr, r 66 Southside ave 
Tatum Jas,* wks So Ry shops, r rear 55 Depot 

" Lucius, brkman So Ry, r rear 55 Depot 

" Wm,* lab, r Kenilworth 
Taylor Chas, wks Car C Co, rnis Market nr Sycamore 

" David, waiter Oakland Hts, r same 

" Saml,* waiter, r 5 Catholic ave 
'Terrell Augustus,* lab, r 100 Mountain 



Asheville: | 
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CENCY ( 



Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
Control City Street-Car Advertising. 

Prepare and place Newspaper Advertising. 
Contractors for Western North Carolina. 



J. D. PLUMMER. Manaeer. 



Office In Opera Hoaae Bnildlnr. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotie St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pafton Avenue. 
Te/e/ihone No. 132. 



1890-1000 CITY DIRECTORY. (COLORED) 



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Tennaut Emma, t-ook J R DuBose, r same 
Thomas Alex, lab, r 108 ^ladisou 

" Ann, wks S C Moorman & Co, i- I X Lexington ave 

" Archie, hackman, r 108 Madison 

'' Caldwell, wks el M Ray, r same 

" David, lab. r 108 Madison 

" David, wks S C Moorman iS: Co, r l N Lexington ave 

" Dennis F, bootblack Swannanoa Hotel, r same 

" Geo,* lab, r 108 Madison 

" Jas, lab. r 108 Madision 

" John,* wks Ashv Tannery, r 20 Madison 

" Monroe, driver Ashv Trans Co, bds 1 Catholic ave 

" A\'aites, wks Davis & Allison, r 108 Madison 
Thomason John, lab, rnis 107 Valley 
Thompson Clias,* waiter tSwannanoa Hotel, r 208 S 
Main 

" Eveline, cook, r 80 Mountain 

" Henr3%* lab, r 0" Mountain 

*' Ida, r 05 Mountain 

" Jas, wks D Lambert, r 80 Mountain 



Carolina Goal Co. 



Ottice Phone 130. Yard Phone 144^ 
OFFICE 23 PA TTON A VE. 

(See Page Adv.) 



" John H, lab, r rear ;iO Depot 

" Lula, maid Mrs A R Cartwell, r same 

" Peter X,* shoemkr Valley cor Sycamore, r 9 Wood 
fin 

" Reuben,* lab, r 02 Mountain 

" Saml,* lab, r Victoria 

" Saml,* wdvs So Ry frt depot, r 108 Roberts 

" Saml L,* porter B P Hotel, r 23 Silver 

" Snyder, lab, r 02 Mountain 
Tinsley Violet, maid The Manor, r same 
Tonilin Alvin, horse trader, r 220 S Pine 

'" Clint,* cook, r 77 Grove 

" Wm, wks S C Moorman & Co 
Tomes Harriett, laund, r 27 Hildebrand 

" Saml,* lab, r 21 Cole 
Toppins Hoyt, driver W F Snider 
Towns Annie, laund, r 45 Church 
Traylor Andy,* carp, r Happy Hollow 
Trent Jane, cook T C McCoj^, r same 
Tucker Geo H,* eating hse 20^ N Main, r Eagle cor 
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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

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Tucker W E. waiter Swaiinaiio Htl, r <)7 Soutliside ave 
" Zella, wks ^Vinyah San. r 58 Poplar 

Turner Edgar,* shoemkr F Jackson, r 14 ^McDowell 
" Emma, cook The Knickerbocker, r same 
'• Geo X, chiropodist 4 X Court Sq. r same 
" Wm, butler I B Wilford, r same 
" Willis,* lab, r 990 Pearson Drv 



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Underwood Fritz, lab, r Chunns Cove 
" Geo,* lab, r Chunns Cove 
" Jos, lab, r Chunns Cove' 



Yance Jane, nurse, r 33 Buttrick 

" Mark,* eating hse 313 W Haywood, r 33 Buttrick 
Yann Thos,* lab, r rear 113 Mountain 
Yernon Elias,* shoemkr 9 Willow, r 133 Depot 



PAT MclNTYRE, 

Agent AUGUSTA BREWING CO. 



Beer Bottled Daily. 

63 South Main. Phone 218. 



Yice Elisha,* lab, r 40 Maiden Lane 
Yoss Koht, porter M A^ Moore, r E Cbllege 

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Wade jTos,* lab, r 11 Clemmons 

Waiters Albert L,* hd waiter Kenilworth Inn, r same 

"■ Sildotry, waiter, r 97 Hazzard 
Walker Henry,* hd waiter Glen K Hotel, r ISO S Beau- 
mont 

" Mattie, norse Dr J E David, r same 

" Monroe,* wks Chambers, W & Co, r same 

" Wm,* lab, r 56 Roberts 
Yk'allace Indianna, wks D K Farmer, r Short Bailey 

'' Jane, cook, r Hai)py Hollow 

" Jones, wks ^Irs Lon Mitchell, r Happy Hollow 

'' Jos B, vegetables 2 & 4 Central Mkt,*r 252 S Beau- 
mont 
Walters Stephen, barber, rms Roberts 
Walton Jas, wks Mrs S A Lindsey, r same 

'" Jane, cook, rms 153 Market 



ASHEVILLE 
OVERTISINC 
GENCY 



J. D. PLUMMER. Manaeer. 



Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
Control City Street-Car Advertising. 

Prepare and place Newspaper Advertising. 
Contractors for Western North Carolina. 

Office in Opera House Bnlldlnr. 



PARAGON PHARMACY CO. 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



OPPOSITE 

POST .. 
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1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. (COLORED) 341 

Ward Andy,* cook J ^^'illi.s, r 208 S Main "^ 

Wai'ford Henry,* waiter, r 42 Hill 

Warner Jos,* wk-s A & B St Rj, r S Beaumont 

Warren Silas,* wks C Falk, r 310 Short Bailey 
" Yonnji,* janitor Bailey School, r 316 Short Bailey- 
Washburn Lizzie, wks G H Tucker, r Eagle cor Market 

Wasiliing'^ton Louise, maid Chas McXamee, r same 
" Rebecca, maid T A Jones, r same 
" Sonny,* tailor, r 198 S Pine 

Watson Jacob, porter, r 70 Eagle 

Watterson Juo, waiter Swannanoa Hotel, r same 

Weayer Alfred,* bricklayer, r 411 Short Southside av 
" (xeo, driyer, r 411 Short Southside aye V 

" Hattie, cook J S Reagan, r same ^ 

" Jas, lab, r 411 Short Southside aye S 

" Mary, cook P Mclntyre, r same ^ 

" Mitchell, wks Carmicliaers Pharmacy, bds 411 5" 

Southside aye g 

" Rufus,* lab, r 411 Short Southside aye '" 

" Spencer, wks W T Weayer, r same g- 

Webb Edw,* waiter, r 14 Sassafras S 

ESylWH. JOHNSTON JrJAl°« ' 

" Jas F, wks Hampton & Featherston, r rear 118 
Woodfin 
Wellman Jane, cook Glen R Hotel, r same 

" Andy,* carp, r S Biltmore 

" Noah,* lab, r Victoria -^ = :^ ® 

Wells Evelyn, cook T I Van Gilder, r same >. * se^ g 

" Frank, cook E H Merrimon, r same g o S J 

" Frank,* porter The Bonanza, r 174 S Pine g I. ^ « 

Westmoreland Holly, butler Wyckoff Hall, r same ' i. ^ 

Weston Geo,* lab, r 67 Roberts l^ 

" Jos, shoemkr 22 E College, r 205 S Main '^ 

Wheeler Leah, r Curye - ^ 

" Napoleon, bell boy Swannanoa Hotel, r same ^ £5 

White Caleb,* r 28(B) Clemmons E -< Z! 

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*' Henry,* restr, r rear 55 Depot IS ^. =.' 

" Hubbard,* shoemkr 2 E College, r 400 Charlotte I =(« 

" Laura, cook S D Pelham, r same ^ ^^S 



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'' Nathan, wks W M Hill & Co 

*' Robt, butler Mrs M Dayidson, r same 






WHEN YOU WANT A PRESCRIPTION FILLED, remember thd head ot our estabUshment, 
in addition to 20 years' drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College, The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy and Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



New Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST TOURIST 
AND COMMERCIAL 
HOTEL IN ASHEYILLE 



^ 342 (COLOEED), MALONEY'S ASHEYILLE 

A\'liite ^^ergil,* lab, r Kenilwortli 

" Wm* lab, r 25 Aston Lane 
Whiteside Jas, brkman So Rj, r 64 Soutbside av<' 

" Laura, cook, r rear 58 Cumberland ave 

" Lucy, r 5 Mountain 
Wbittaker Cora, r rear 135 Yelvet 

" Louis,* driver, r 24 N Lexington ave 

" Maggie, cook, r 35 Buttrick 
"SAliitis Clianej, laund, r 45 Cburch 
Whitson Addie, cook H S Gudger, r same 

" Kate, laund, r 178 Baile}' 

" John, r 88 S Beaumont 
Wiggins John A,* wks Biltmore Store, r 166 S Beau- 
mont 

" Luke,* cook, r 8 Sycamore 
Wiley Captain G,* porter A M Field, r rear 58 Cum- 
berland ave 
" Geo,* driver W B Williamson & Co, r 35 Clemmons 
Wilfong Wallace B, cook W E Carter, r same 
Wilkes Saml, wks B P Hotel 
Wilkie Florence, r 82 Eagle 



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". Jos, lab, rms 111 N Main 

" John J,* lab, r 226 Charlotte 
Wilkins Ida, wks B P Hotel 
<-j~> H^ Williams Alice, cook, r 12 Hildebrand 

" Altona, maid B P Hotel, r 28 Yalley 

^' Ann, cook A L Melton, r same 

" Arthur, lab, r 101 S Beaumont 
"* " Arthur, driver, r 11 Catholic ave i 

s S " Caroline, cook A M Field, r same , i 

C^ yE " Circuit,* preacher, r 32 Davidson < 

K?^ >- " Cora, r rear 135 Yelvet | 

?Z^ 3g " Emma, maid, r 16 Short 

C^ £ " Gabriel,* wks J H Coffey, r Yictoria 

»-^ ^ " Geo, waiter Hygienic Rest, rms 127 Yalley 

" Geo,* lab, r 49 West .. ! 

" Geo, lab, r 40 Maiden Lane. 

" Geo.* lab, r 10 Ervin 

" Hardy, farmer, r rear 192 S Pine 

" Henry,* preacher, r rear 55 Depot 

^' Inez, laund Kenilworth Inn, r 5 Sycamore 



WiLLIAMSaN & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUCS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

32 I=».A.TT03M -A.XrE2JXrXJ3E!. I=»HOJXrE: 40. 



^Vm,* eGachman, r rear 96 Bailev 



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1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY. (COLORED) 343 

^^'ilJialns Jason,* wks I M R R Co, r 28 Davidsion 
" Jeff, wks Mrs H Cliamijion, r same 
'• John W, shoemkr 127 Cherry 
*' Josie, wks Ashv Stm Ldry. r rear 55 De])<>t 
" Julia, r !> 8wrel 

" Lee,* blksniith West Asheville, r same 
" Lewis, waiter B P Hotel, rms 108 I'att'oin ave 
" Lillie, cook M D Jolinson, r same 
" Lizzie, cook F \y W (rrwham, r same 
" Marshall, hallboy B P Hotel, r rear 192 S Pine f? 

•> Peter \\\* gardener, r 8 Curve OJ 

" Robt,* wks So Pass Sta, r 122 Cbui'ch E 

" Robt,* Lab, r Eiigle- M 

" Sallie, cook T Davidson, r samie ^ 

" Slhedmoh,* wks Ashv Tannery, rms 65 Riobei'ts 
" Silas,* r 101 S Beaumont ^ HJ 

" Solomon,* lab, r 78 Valley 
" Tliois, eatinff lise 6 N Lexington ave. r siame 







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Tlios, musician, r 79 ^"alley ^ 3^J 

Wm,* wks Ashv Club, r 2 Latla Q ^^ 



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" Sarah, cook Miss H S Read, r same 
Wills Robt,* porter Cannichaels Pharmacy, r ^A" Ashv 

" Rufus,* grocer W Asiheville, r same 
Wilson Allein, waiter The Berkeley, rms re'ar 24 Bailey 

'' Alex, wks Central Stables, r Sycamore 

!' Andy,* driver, r I'ear 116 Clierry 

" Augusta, lab, r 7 McDowell 

" Eliza, wks J M Campbell, r sianje 

" Eugene ^V, butlei' J A Tennent, r same 

" Geo,* coachman C McNamee, r S Biltnuore 

•■' Harrison,* lab, r 220 S Beaumont 

" Jackson,* lab, r W Ashv 

'* Jas,* cook The Berkeley, rms rear 192 S Pine 

" Jas, lab, r ll9 S Beaumont 

" Jas A, barber 19^ S Main, rmis 220 S Beaumont 

" JeiTy,* waiter The Berkeley, r 134 Velvet 

" John,* waiter, r 42 Hill 

" Lealh, laund, r 41 Madison 

" Lee, lab, r 67 Southside ave 

" Ix)uise, r 30 Cudger ' Q) 





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53 Patton Avenue. 



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• ^^llson Monroe,* lab, r 6 Latta 
E^ '' Sallie, laund, r 90 Baird 

(D " Tandy,* wks Ownbey & Son, r rear 116 Cherry 

" Walker, waiter B P Hotel 

W" Wesley,* wks Candy Kitchen, r 182 S Beaumont 
" Wm, lab, r 63 Madison 
P Wiltz Kizzie, maid B P Ho>tel ; 

Wingate Joshua P,* tehr, r 19 Clemmoms 
" A\'m, wks J M Brook shire, r same 
yJ Winkley R,* wks So' Ry shops, r rear 338 W Haywood 

M Winters Hannah, laund Kenilworth Inn, r Dixon Town 

Witherspoion Augustus, lab, r rear 27 Brick 
Wood G,* wks The Swannanoa I & C Co, r S Biltmort- 

" Grant, janitor Legal bldg 

" Jay,* wks So Pass Sta, r 109 Depot 

H •' Ix'e, wks Asihv I & C Co, r 28 Davidson 

" Stacy S,* bellman Kenilworfh Inn, r 16 Weaver 
" Susan, wks Model Stm Ldry, r rear 55 Depot 

^ " Thos A,* waiter B P Hotel, r 30 Catholic ave 

1 Woo'dfin Alfred, lab, r 10 Ervin 

I Woodside Jas A,* hd bellmn Oakland Hts, r 32 Latta 



WOODBUBYpJIftj COMPANY. V'^ 

Telephone 344. UUllL office No. 6 Patton Ave. j s 



ALL KINDS OF 
ARO AND 
SOFT COAL. 



" ^Vm, Avks Swannanoa Hotel, r same 
Woodward Wm,* butler B R Fakes, r same 
Worfford Lizzie, wks W T Penniman, r same 
Wright Jeremiah W,* minister, r 215 E College 

" Julius, waiter B P Hotel 



Yancy Mary, laund, r 89 Gudger 
York Asbury M, butler C S Ward, r same 
Young Addie, laund, r 9 Sorrel 
'' Dinah, cook A C Campbell, r same 
" Frank, waiter The Berkeley, r 11 Catholic ave 
" Henrietta M, cook J H Carter, r same 
" Jas W,* tchr, r West Asheville 
" Jefferson, wks Mrs M Starnes, r same 
'' LeRoy, wks Palace Stable, bds Woodfin 
" Mens Institute; T E Owens, genl secy, Eagle s e cor 

Market (See Appendix) 
" Miles D, painter, r 11 Catholic ave 
" Wm,* brkman So Ry, r West Asheville 



L. A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Several Large Rooms with Bath and Toilet Attached. Con- 
venient Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers. 




The CarroIIton. 



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"Heart's Content "-Smoking. 
"Heart's Content "-Plug. 
"Southern Seal." 
"Natural Leaf." 
"Old Wine "-Twist. 



The Finest Double Old 
North Carolina Leaf, 
Ripe and Naturally 
Sweet, is used in the 

Msnu,.cture of .,is Tfafi Soutlierii Tobacco Co, 



MANUFACTURED BY 



Tobacco. 



GREENSBORO, N. C. 



When you want High-Grade Portraits have them made by 



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Our Specialties are Photographs, Crayons and Pastels. (Not the cheapest, 

but the best.) Poi'traits enlarged from small pictures or made 

from life. All work guaranteed. 

^WOUGH HOUSE. 

R. B. RANEY, Lessee. 



Headquarters for 
Commercial Men. 



I^argG SnmplG Room^. 



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PARAGON PHARMACY CO. 

Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



OPPOSITE 

POST .. 
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1S99-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



345 



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ASHEVILLE, N. C. I 

Classified Business Directory. I ^ 



ACADEMIES 

(See Appendix) 



ADVERTiSiNG COS 

Advertisinj^- Journal Co, 34 

Patton ave 
ASHEVILLE ADVERTIS- 

ing Agenc-Y, Opera House 

bldg 
Industrial Adv Agency, 45 

Patton ave 



AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- 
MENTS 

(See also Hardware) 

ASHEVILLE HDW CO, S 
Main s e cor Court Sq 

AsliA^ Carriage & Wagon Re- 
pository, 44 W College 

Brown, Northup & Co, 38 
Patton ave 

PENNIMAN BROS & CO, 
13 N Main 



AMMUNITION 
(See Hardware) 



ARCHITECTS 

Colyer L, 100 Haywood 
Melton F A, 11-12 Sondlev 

bldg 
SMITH R S, 11-12 Paragon 

bldg 
TENNENT J A, 20 S Court 

Square 



ARCHITECTURAL IRON 

WKS 

FISHER S J, 103 Patton av 



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ARTISTS 

BROCK'S PHOTO ART 

Studio, over 59 S Main 
Halfran H Miss, 271 S Main 
Holland J W, 56 Chestnut 
Lee Mattie Mrs, 14 S Main 
Pine Theo, li7 Chestnut 



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TH addition to 20 years drug experience, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical CoUege, The Philadelohia 
^?.??."^T^^^'"ii^' The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy a^d Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
FhUadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. y^ia<j.iai 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

23 COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



lew Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



THE BEST TOURlSr 
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BAINBRIDGE'« BOOK 
Store, 18 S Main 



ASBESTOS 
FI8HEK S J, 10:{ Tatton av 



ATTORNEYS 

Adams Jos S, 7 c^ 8 Palmet- 
to bldg 
Adicks H F Jr, 7-8 Temple 

Court 
BARNARD ALFRED, Bar 

nard bldg 
Bourne & Parker, 11 Palmet- 
to bldg 
Brown H B (ej, 22 S (;t Sq 
Brown M A\', ?,?, I'atton ave 
Brown AVm P, 12 Legal bid- 
CARTER FRANK, 5-G Pal 

metto bldg 
Carter ^: ^^'eaver, 11-12 Tens- 

l)le Court 
Chedester H V, G l*almett'» 

bldg 
COBB T H, i:3^ « Main 
Craig Locke, J)-'lO Temi)le C; 
DAA'IDSON & JONES, 7-s 

Teuiple Ct 
(Judger J :NL 22 Legal bldg 
CnNA'N W B, l»almetto bld'.r 
Jones c^ Jones, !> I'almetto 

bldg 
Lockwood H N, 1 Paragon 

bldg 
Lusk \ S. Ih s w Ct Sq 
UTTRER d" M, 12-13 Legal 

bldg 
MARTIN c^c WEBB, 1-2 Pal 

metto bldg 
MERRICK & McLOUD, : 

Legal bldg 
MERRIMON & MERRI 

mon, 2-3 Temple Ct 



Meyers Morris, 20 I'almetto 
bldg 

Moore Cbas A, 17-11) Temple 
Court 

REED S H, 3 Palmetto bldg 

Rogers J N, 21 I'almetto 
bldg 

SHUFORD & iSHUFORD, 
7^ s w Ct Sq 

Sondlev F A, 1-3 Soudlev 
bldg"^ 

STARNES JESSE R, 27 N 
Main 

STEVENS H B, 42 Palmet- 
to bldg 

Summers J W, 14 S Main 

riiomas & N^'eUs 23-24 Legal 
bldg 

Tilson Geo W, 1 Temple Ct 

Tucker, Murphy & Curtis, 11 
Patton ave 

\a\\ Gilder M F, 4 Legal bid 

Whitson J McD, 9-10 Tem- 
ple Court 

WHITSON & KEITH, 10-11 
Drhumor bids 



AUCTIONEERS 

Coffin E. 53 W College 
Turuer Wm, 35 N Main 



BAKERIES 

Heston J M «Jc Sons, 2(i ^-^ 

Main 
Vienna Bakery, 18 N Ct Sq 



BANDS & ORCHESTRAS 

(See Api)endix) 



BANKS & BANKERS 

BATTERY PARK BANK, 

13-15 Patton ave 
BLUE RIDGE NATL BK. 

5 s w Court Square 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, . . . . 
CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE Ic COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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1899-1900 CITY DIRECTOKY 



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BARBERS 

Beudei-'s Barbei' Shop, oO 

l*att()ii are 
liEKKELEY HOTEL 13 AK 
ber Shop, in Berkeley Ho- 
tel 
Touley W T (cj. Hi u w (U 

Square 
Foster NV A (c), 20^ N Main 
Glen Bock Hotel B S, opp So 

Ry I'ass sta 
Greenlee B (c), 9 AVillow 
Hamilton T C (c), 11 Eagle 
ILuniphrey J (e), 524 W Hay- 
wood 
Kennedy A H, 02 Patton av 
l^ongbottoiu's Barber Par- 
lors, 14 Pattou ave 
]\Iartin Wm H (c), 27 S Main 
Moore Henry (c), 70 South 

side ave 
OAK HALL BARBER 

Shop, 1 l*atton ave 
Smith J (c), 16 N Main 
Swannanoa Barber Shoi), 

Swannanoa Hotel 
Wendt F, Biltmore 
Witson J A ((•), l!)i S Main 



BATHS (MEDICAL) 

BATHS THE. Oakland Hts 
HYGIENIO REST & BATH 
Rooms, 10 Church 



BED SPRING MFRS 

Abernathv c^- .Mclnturff, 20 
N Ct Sq 



BEER AGENTS 

BONANZA WINE & 

Liquor Co (The), agts Jos 
Sehlitz & Foss & Schnei- 
der Bi-ewing Cos, 43 vS 
Main 



^ilcINTYRE PAT, AGT AU- 

gusta Brewing Co, 53 S- 
Main 



BELTING AND RUBBER 

ASHEVILLE HDW CO, S 
Main s e cor Court Sq 

ASHY Sl'PPLY & FOUN- 
dry Co, Market nr Eagle 



BICYCLES & SUPPLIES 

Asiiv Cycle Co, 18-20 ChurcL 
DUNHAM H A, 11 Church 
HEARN J M .Vc CO, 04 Pat- 
tou ave 



BICYCLE REPAIRERS AND 
RENTERS 

Ashv Cycle Co, 18-20 ( ^lurch 
DUNHAM H A, 11 Church 
HEARN J M & CO, 04 Pat- 
ton ave 



BILL POSTERS 
ASHEVILLE ADYERTIS- 

ing A gey, Opera House 



BILLIARD HALLS 

BONANZA W .K: L CO, h 

S Main 
CLUB SALOON (THE), 53 

S Main 
Patterson »S: Reynolds, rear 

17 Patton avH 



BLACKSMITHS & WHEEL- 
WRIGHTS 

Burnett Benj, 18-20 E Col- 
lege 
Cauible D W, 423 N :Main 
Charles G W, 429 S Main 
COFFEY I R, 36 E College 
Coffev J H, 153 Market 





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Complete Stock 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

Always on Hand 



Special Orders . . . 

Given 

Prompt Attention. 



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Davis J P, 185 Patton ave 
Goodlake J W, Biltmoie 
Hat eh W N, 2 Market 
LOKICK J M, Depot ur Rob- 
erts 
-Meece & Elkins, West Ashe- 

ville 
-Moseley & Carter (c), 15 N 

Lexington ave 
Payne Geo W (c), Victoria 
Proctor Clias (cj, West Aslie- 

ville 
Swink J C, 25 Willow 
Torrence & Kicherson, 7 

Walnut 
"Williams Lee (c). West Asli\' 



BOARDING HOUSES 

(See also Hotels) 

Altimont (The), 211 Hayw'd 
Jiasler A T Mrs, 40 N French 

Broad ave 
BON AIR (THE), 74 Bailey 
Cain House, 24 Grove 
Caldwell Jane Miss, 201 P'k 

ave 
Carter J H, 25 Bailey 
Comstock Anna E Miss, Vic- 
toria 
Davis J C, 59 N Main 
Dowtin J A, 37G W Hay- 
wood 
DuBose J R, 33 N Pine 
EAGLE HOTEL, 6U S Main 
Earle Court, 318 W Hay- 
wood 
Else Henry, 124 Depot 
Evans Jas, 3G S Spruce 
Ewing R C Mrs, 26 Buxton 
Forest Hill, S Main bey lim 
Francis M S Mrs, 144 Park 

ave 
Greenlee M C Mrs, 55 E Col- | 
lege 



Hancock Mary F Mrs, G5 

Montford ave 
Hart E P, 106 S Main 
Hillside Cottage, Baird cor 

Sunset Drive 
Hudson W O Mrs, 48 X 

Spruce 
James H B Mrs, 17^ S Main 
Knickerbocker (The"), E Col- 
lege s w cor Davidson 
Koppleberger Clara Miss, 31 

Grove 
La Barbe M A Mrs, 158 

Chestnut 
McCrary Frank, 99 Hayw'd 
Mclnturff R, 31 Haywood 
Melke House, 420 W Hay- 
wood 
Miller J A, 193 Patton ave 
Neville House (The), over 46 

S Main 
New England Home, 102 

Patton ave 
Painter A C, 348 W^ Hay- 
wood 
Powell E B, 24 Bailey 
Ragan Annie Mrs, 159 Pat- 
ton ave 
Randall E R, 98(90) Patton 

ave 
Smith Jas M, 79 N Main 
Stephens Geo W, 53 E Col- 
lege 
Templeton W C, 147 Bailey 
Trivett Laura J Mrs, 68 De- 
pot 
Turner W, 57 Church 
Tuxedo, 76-78 Haywood 
Walker J L, 117 S Main 
Webb M E Mrs, 31 N French 

Broad ave 
West Z C Mrs, 94 S Main 
Woodson H D Mrs, 45 S 
French Broad ave 



A. FARINHOLT 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmacy Go. 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



opposrB 

Postoffice. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



349 



BOOK BINDERS 
ASHE^'ILLE PRINTING 
Co, 4 N Court Sq 



B'KSELL'RS & STAT'N'RS 

BAINBRIDGE'S BOOK 

Store, 18 S ]\Iaiu 
Morgan J N & Co, 3 n w Ct 

Sq 
Ray C F, 8 N Ct Sq 
Rogers H T, 20 S Main 



BOOTS AND SHOES 

Baltimore (Tlie), 10-12 Pat- 
ton are 

Blanton J D & Co, 39 Pat- 
ton ave 

Blomberg A, 23 N Main 

Boston Shoe Store (Tlie), 7 
s w Ct Sq 

Gentry J C & M X, 25 N 
Main 

Mears G A, 29-33 S Main 

Men's Outfitter, 11 Patton 
ave 

Morrison T S & Co, 39 N 
Main 

Racket Store (The), 30 S 
Main 

Redwood H & Co, 9 Patton 
ave 

SPANGENBERG J, 2 N Ct 
Square 



BOOT & SHOEMAKERS 

Alexander F (c), 42 S Main 
Allison Ged D, 35 College 
Ambrose F M, Depot nr 

Roberts 
Baker Thos (c), 2 N Lexing- 
ton ave 
Clampet Benj F, Victoria 
COURTNEY H S, IS Patton 
ave 



Freck Adolph, 103 S Main 
Goiu A J, 541 W Haywood 
Henninger J C, 343 W Hay- 
wood 
Hunt E L, 100 Patton ave 
HYNDMAN THOS L, 32 N 

Main 
Jackson F, 40 S Main 
King Robt P, 200 Short. 

Baliey 
McClellan H (c), 9 Eagle 
McDowell E (c), 8 N Spruce- 
Miller C J (c), 54 N Main 
Mourer M, 22 N Main 
Norvill Thos W, 323 Bailey 
Preslev J M, 56 Patton ave 
Pyatt J I, 50 N Main 
SNYDER F M, 3 E Ct Sq 
Solesbee M D, 75 Depot 
Thompson P N (c). Valley,. 

cor Sycamore 
Tinsley'Wm H, 260(220) Pat- 
ton ave 
Vernon E (c), 9 Willow 
Weston J (c). 22 E College 
AVhite Hubberd. 2 E College 
Williams J W (c). 127 Cherrv 



BOTTLING WORKS 

Haskell's Stm Soda Wks, 
217 Havwood 



BOWLING ALLEYS 

Cook & AVhiten. 15 Eagle 
Jones i^ Fanning, 11 W Col- 
lege 
Orr E M, 18 N Lexington av 




Cut Prices. 



BRICK IVIFRS 

Buncombe Brick T'o, office 

22 Church 
FISHER S J (repressed). 103 

Patton ave 
Hildebrand I) S, rear 22'^ 

Church 

RIB-ROCK BOTTOI 



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The Carolina Pharmacy. 

Coll'-ge St. and Court Square. New Phane 82. 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Grade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



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BROKERS 

(Loanj 

BOSTIG J 13 CO, 23 Patton 
ave 

(Merchandise) 
Campbell J M, i>5 S Lexing- 
ton ave 
Smith S O, 10 Church 
Thompson F D, 48 Patton av 

(Real Estate) 
PARINHOLT L A, 24 Tem- 
ple Court 

( K R Ticket) 
Raj C F, 8 N Ct Sq 

BUILDERS HARDWARE 
ASHEVILLE HDW CO, S 
Main s e cor Court Sq 

BUILDERS' MATERIALS 

FLSHER S J. 108 Patton av 
Market St AVood Working 

rV), Market nr Eagle 
SCOTT GEO F & CO, 24 E 

College 
WESTALL W'M H, 10-18 i 

Spruce 



BUTCHERS 

(See Meat :\Iarkets) 



CABINET MAKERS 

Cathi'v J ((•), P^agle s e cor 

Market 
Haymond & Son, 32 East 




CANDY AGTS 

PARA GOX PH A RM ACT, 

agts Gunther's candies & 
Allegre!tti's chlocoiates, 
Patton ave cor Havwood 



CARPETS AND MATTING 
JOHNSON L A MRS, N 

Main 
SAWYER'S CARPET HSE, 

18-20 Church 
\VILLL\MSON W B & CO, 

16 Patton ave 



CARRIAGES, BUGGIES & 
WAGONS 

Ashv Carriage «& AVagon Re- 
X)ositorv, 44 W College 

ASHEVILLE HDAV CO, S 
Main s e cor Court Sq 

Carolina Carriage House, 
86 Patton ave 

(Manufacturers) 

Colfev J H, 153 Market 



CHINA, GLASS & QUEENS 
WARE 

Asheville China Co, 12 N Ct 

Square 
LAW J H, 35 Patton ave 



CHIROPODIST AND MAS- 
SEUR 
Guischard G L Mrs, 51 Pat- 
ton ave 
Turner O N (c), 4 N Court 
Square 



CIGAR MFRS 

Asheville Cigar Co, 35 Wal- 
nut 
Sumner Theo, 14 Patton ave 



CIGARS & TOBACCO 

( See also Grocers & Saloons) 
A(^ME AV & L CO, 62 S 

Main 
Battery Park Hotel News & 

Cigar Stand, Battery Pk 

Hotel 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



<irowers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

'Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Pattnn Avenue. 
Telephone No. 132. 



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351 



BERKELEY HOTEL CIG 

iiv Stand, in Berkeley Ho- 
tel 
Bloniber^ L, 17 Patton ave 
BONANZA WINE i^- 

Liquor Co (Tlie), 48 S 

Main 
€AROLINA PHARMACY 

(The). E Cbllege cor Ct Sq 
CLUB SALOON (THE), 58 

S Main 
KEELING E U, 58 Patton 

ave 
PARAGON PHARMACY, 

Patton ave, cor Ha v wood 
Sumner Theodore, 14 Patton 

ave 
SWANNANOA HOTEL, 69 

S Main 



CLEANING & REPAIRING 

(See also Dyers) 
ASHEVILLE PRESSING 
Club (The), 1 N Court Sq 



CLOTHING 

Baltimore (The), 10-12 Pat- 
ton ave 
Blombers A, 12 & 23 N Main 
COURTNEY H S, 18 Patton 

ave 
Finestein S, 17 N Main 
Freidenberg R, 20 N ]Main 
Gentry J C & M ^^ 25 N 

Main 
G laser I W, 31 S Main 
Goodman S, 28 N Main 
Mears G A, 29-33 S Main 
Mears S P, 35 S Main 
Moore M V, 11 Patton ave 
Morrison T S & Co, 39 N 

Main 
Racket Store (The), 30 S 
Main 



Redwood H &; Co, 9 Patton 

ave 
Shenboum A, 9 n w Ct Sq 
Swartzberg J B & Son, 18 

18i N Main 
Whitlock Clothing Hse, 41 

Patton ave 
Zageir B, 64 S Main 



COAL AND WOOD 

ASHEVILLE ICE & COAL 
Co, office 32 Patton ave 

CAROLINA COAL CO, 23 
Patton ave 

CITIZEN COAL CO, 48 Pat- 
ton ave 

Colley Henry (c), 3 Mountain 

Clarke T L (wood). Market, 
cor Eagle 

Penley L J (wood), 6 But- 
trick 

Swanuanoa Ice & Coal Co, 
20 N Ct Square 

WOODBURY COAL CO, 6 
Patton ave 



COMMISSION MERCHTS 

(See Fruits & Produce) 



CONFECTIONERS 

Ih'acken D, 6 Patton ave 
Candy Kitchen, 28 Patton 

ave 
DIXIE CONFECTIONERY, 

36 S Main 
Fisher H L, 21 S Main 
Ford J S, Victoria 
Gross D, 22 N Ct Sq 
Heston J M & Sons, 26 S 

Main 
KEELING E D, 58 Patton 

ave 
Lee Chas G, 25 S Main 



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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

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ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



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Noland J J, 24^ N Main 
Stiles Harper, 39 E College 



CONTRACTORS & BLDRS 

Colvin J G, 90 AN'oodtiu 
Fitzpatrick R L (painter), 24 

Orange 
Leonard C B, 108 S Main 
Penniman «fc Kelly (gas, 

water & sewer), 2 Legal 

bldg 
Revell O D, 31 Temple Ct 
Spears J C, Opera Hse bldg 
TENNENT J A, 20 (2) S Ct 

Square 
Wagner J A, 67 Woodfin 
Welles E B & Son, 18 Bear 

den ave 
Wolfe W E, 40 Clayton 



CORNICE MAKERS 

BOYCE WM A, 11 s w Ct 

Square 



COTTON MILLS 

Asheville Cotton Mills, W 
Haywood s e cor Avery 



CURIOS 

Haggar Bros, GO Patton a\() 
Lindsey H A, 61 S Main 



CUT GLASSWARE 

FIELD A M, Patton ave s w 
cor Church 



CUTLERY 

(See Hardware) 



DAIRIES 

'Armstrong E J, Chunns 

Cove 
Biltmore Dairy, Biltmore 



ERTISERS, 



Brown P B, 248 E College 
Charlotte St Dairy, Kamoth 
Laurel Springs Dairy, 

Cliunns Cove 
I*ark Farm Dairy. 3 miles 'i 

of city 
Richmond Hill Dairy, Rich- 
mond Hill 
West Erwin, 16 Turner 
White Pine Dairy, Chunns. 

Cove 
Wild Cherry Springs Dairy^ 
3 miles north of city 



DECORATORS 

FITZPATRICK T W & E C, 
33 N Main 



DENTISTS 

Durham L N, 18-19 Maxwel- 
ton bldg 

Faucett J W, 60 Patton ave 

Foreman J W, 14-15-16 Par- 
agon bldg 

Fischer Edwin, 9 Drhumor 
bldg 

GORMAN J A DR, 5-6 Par- 
agon bldg 

Hawthorne J E, 1-2-3 Mc- 
Afee bldg 

Ramsay J F. Barnard bldg 

Reeves R H, 1-2 Drhumor 
bldg 

SMATHERS WEXLER, 3, 
4, and 5 Maxwelton bldg 

Ware A B, 12 Vance 



DETECTIVE AGENCIES 

North State Detective Agcy, 
12 N Court Square 



DIA1VI0NDS 

(See Jewelers) 



When you want to reach the ENURE 
population of Asheville, the ONLY 
the BILLBOARDS. Located on the most prominent thoroughfares. 



Rates Reasonable. J. D. PLUMMER, Manager. Office in Opera House Building. 



Paragon Pharmacy C 

OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. "^ 

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



353 



DRAY LINES 

Asheville Dray Co, 1 s w Ct 

Square 
Leak J W (c), phone 200 



DRESSMAKERS 

Barker E Von V Mrs, 11) ^^ 

20 Drhumor bldg 
Bradford M S Mrs, 34 Pat 

ton ave 
Browne L M Miss, 97 E Col- 
lege 
Davis Dora A Miss, 155 K 

Main 
Gideon N J Mrs, 37 East 
Grant Nora Mrs, 370 S Main 
Jarvis J F Mrs, 29^ N Main 
Justice G W Mrs, 2 Gray 

Gables 
Kennedy F Mrs, 7 Patton a\ 
Loftain Dora Mrs, 317 E Col 

lege 
Ray M A Mrs, 9-14 Maxwel 

ton bldg 
Read H S Miss, 7 Starnes av 
Stowe Mary Mrs, 104 Bailey 
Wainscott L L Mrs, 182 Bai 

ley 



DRUGGISTS 

BILTIMORE DRUG STORE, 

Biltmore 
CARMICHAEL'S PHAR 

macy, 1 n w Ct Sq 
CAROLINA PHARMACY 

(The), E College cor Court 

Square 
GRANT'S PHARMACY, 24 

S Main 
HEJNITSH & REAGAN, 

Patton ave s e cor Church 
PARAGON PHARMACY. 

Patton ave, cor Haywood 



PELHAMS PHARMACY, 

24 Patton ave 
Raysor C A, 31 Patton ave 
SMITH T C DR, 13 S Main 
WEST END DRUG STORE, 

272 Patton ave 



DRY GOODS & NOTIONS 

Baltimore (Tbej, lU-12 Pat- 
ton ave 
Blomberg A. 23 N Main 
BON MARCHE, 15 S Main 
Gentry J C & M A\ 25 N 

Main 
Mears G A »& Sons, 527 W 

Haywood 
Mears G A, 29-33 S Main 
Morrison T S & Co, 39 N 

Main 
OESTREICHER & CO, 

Patton ave 
Palais Royal (The), 28 

Main 
Racket Store (The), 30 

Main 
Redwood H & Co, 9 Patton 

ave 
Sumner, Deal & Co, 40-42 

Patton ave 



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DYERS 

(See also Cleaning and 
Repairing) 

ASHEVILLE STEAM DYE 
Works, s Ct Square 

FARMER D R (c), 49 E Col- 
lege 

Houston Julius (c), 2 E Col- 
lege 

SCHULTZ CARL. 55 S 
Main 



ELECTRICIANS 

ASHEVILLE ELECTRIO 

Co, office s Ct Square 



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service and guarantee satlsfaetiou. 

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COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 



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Briar and Meerschaum Pipes 
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Fair >\'in, 38 Patton ave 
HEAKN J M & CO, 64 Tat- 

ton ave 
McPHEKSON & CLARK, 

4345 E College 



ELECTRIC LIGHT COM 

PANIES 
(See Light and Power Oos) 



ENGINEERS 

(Civilj 
Brown K, 55 Victoria ave 
jNIORLSOX WM S, 1)5 E Col- 
lege 

(Electrical) 
Farr \\'ni, 'Mi I'atton ave 

(Mining) 
Jcnks C N, 115 Chestnut 



ENGINES & BOILERS 

ASIIV srPPLY & FOUI^- 
dry Co, ^Lirket nr Eagle 



ENGRAVERS 

ASHEVILLE PRINTING 

Co, 4 N Court Square 
BENEDICT GEO H & CO, 

(by all methods), 175-177 
Clark. Chicago 



Cole Alta M Miss, 34 Patton 

ave 
FIELD A M, Patton ave, s 

w cor Church 



EXPRESS COMPANIES 
SOUTHERN EXPRESS 
Co, 72 S Main 



FANCY GOODS 

SOUTH KE N S I N G T O N 
Art School, 54 Patton ave 



FEED MILLS 
Biltmore Roller Mills, Bilt- 
more 



FEED & SALE STABLES 
(See Livery, Feed and Sale 

Stables) 



FERTILIZER DEALERS 

Morrison T S & Co, 39 N 
Main 



FISH, OYSTERS & GAME 

Ashv Fish Co, 14-18 Central 
mkt 




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WILLIAMSON & CO 



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Furniture, 

Carpets, Oil Clotli, 
Shades, Etc 



ASHEVILLE ICE ^ COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
In all the Best Grades of Coal. 

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FLORISTS 

BATTERY 1»ARK HOTEL 
Couseivatoi-ies, B I* Ho- 
tel & Paia^ou Pharmacy 

Biltmore Nurseries. Victoria 

Brownliurst Greeu Houses, 
Oak bet College cS: \Vood- 
tin 

IL^LEWILD FLORAL CO, 
:^•24: Cliai'lotte aud 44 Pat- 
'ton are 



FLOUR MILLS 
ASHEVILLE MILLING CO 

office 32 Pattoii ave 
Biltmore Roller :Mills, Bilt- 

more 
Hazel Greeu Mills, West 

Asheville 



FOUNDRIES & MACHINE 
SHOPS 

Ashv Foundry ^S: Mach Shop 

8 Buttrick' 
ASHV SUPPLY & FOUN- 

dry Co, Market nr Eagle 



FRUITS & PRODUCE 

Cooper C S, 80 S Miuu 
Lowe P W, I'o^ N Main 
McCONNELL BROS, 40 

Main 
:\Ionday C l\ 10 Central mkt 
NOLAND D G. I'l N :Main 



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INIcPHERSON cK: (7.ARIv, 
48-45 E Colleo-e 



FURNISHED ROOMS 

(See also Boarding Houses) 
JOHNSTON M H, 10 

Chnrcli 
Moorman O 1', 180 Bailey 
Templeton ^V (\ 147 Bailey 



FURNITURE 

Baird & Rector, 44 N Main 
BLAIR \VM A, 45 Patton av 
FITZPATRICK c*c COOK, 

88 N Main 
JOHNSON L A MRS, 27 N 

Main 
Moore >\' L (2d hand), 11 n 

w Ct Square 
SAWYER'S CARPET HSE 

18-20 Church 
Turner Wm, 85 N Main 
WILLIAMSON W B & CO, 

IG Patton ave 



! . FURRIERS 

I Ellick M, 51 Patton ave 
1 SCHI LTZ CARL, 55 S 
Main 



GALVANIZED AND SHEET 
IRON WORKS 

Lindsev F ^I, 1 Market 

Mcpherson .k: clark, 

43-45 E College 



GARDEN SEEDS 

(See Di'uggists) 



GAS FITTERS 

(See Plumbers, Steam &: Gas 
Fitters) 



GAS LIGHT COMPANIES 

(See Light and Powcm- Cos) 
ASHEVILLE ST R R CO, 
1 s w Ct Square 



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Sunlight Oil cV: Gasoline Co, 
20 N Court Square 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

(See also (iroeers) 
Biltuioie Store, Biltmore 
Cliedestei- S H, 22 Tatton av 
Haves J F & Co, 42 N Main 
Ingle F P, 37 N Main 
Meriell A J, ;J2T W Hay- 
wood 
Menell P O, 326 S Main 
Mitchel E M, 437 S Main 
MIOHALOV S H, 41 E Col- 
lege 
Morrison T S & Co, 39 N 

Main 
Olive H J, 54G M Hajwooa 
Patton & Milbolland, Kenil- 

worth 
Treadaway J R & Co, 172 
Robei^ts 



GLASS 

FISHER S J, 103 Patton av 



GROCERS 

(Retail) 
Aslieville Grocery Co, 319 

W Haywood 
Atkin Geo E, 15 Pearson 

Drive 
Baird Clias W, 2GS Patton 

ave 
Boggs J S Mrs, 317 W Hay- 
wood 
Boyd L y, 02 AVoodfin 
Cash Grocery & Confect'u 
Store (The), 520 W Hay- 
wood 
Chedester S H, 22 Patton av 
Colley Henry (c), 3 Mountain 
Cook A F, East s w cor N 
Main 



COOPER A D, 32 S Main 
Davis Wm A, 203 Bailey 
Davis «fc Allison, 148 Mont- 
ford ave 
Dickson Isaac (c), 139 Valley 
Doster Henr^-, 73 A'alley .S: 

43 Hill 
Evans L D (c), 17S S Beau- 
mont 
Foster F H, 529 W Haywood 
Foster F M, 277 N Main 
Foster F S, 20(j Depot 
Foster John S, 21G Southside 
ave 

Foster ]\r E Mrs, 19 :Merri-^ 

mon ave 
Fullani J S, 11 N Pine 
Green Gay, 145 Roberts 
GREER G A, 53 Patton ave' 
Hauirick Geo P, 02 Char- 
lotte 
Harris G W, Victoria 
Harris S J, 169 S Main 
Harrison J \V, 05 X Main 
Hayes J F & Co, 42 N Main 
Henry T X, 347 W Haywood 
Holeman & Caldwell, 119 

Short Southside ave 
Holconibe II W, 190 S Pine 
Hudgins Carrie Mrs, West 

Ash evil le 
Ingle F P, 37 N Main 
Ingle S A Mrs, 34 X Main 
Jenkins Geo W, 45 S Mam 
Johnson H C. 30-38 X Main 
Johnson R Win, Chunns 
Cove 

Jones D A, Chunns Cove 
Jones J M, S Main bey limits 
Jones W C, 284 Southside av 
Kroger Wm, 1 E Ct Sq 
Lambert ]\I E, 94 Patton ave 
Love J P (c), 173 Mountain 
McDowell Geo M, Victoria 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



FARINHOLT 



Paragon Pharmacy Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



357 



Meats A & Sons, 527 W 

Haywood 
Merrell A J,327 W Haywood 
Merrell P O, 326 S Main 
^lielialov Isaac, cor Eagle 

and Valley 
:\1ICHALC)V S H, 41 E 

College 
Miller S H, cor Mountain & 

Olemmons 
Monday A C, 497 Depot 
MURROUGH N & CO (c), 51 

E College 
Xo'blitt M W. 59 S Main 
:N'0LAXD D G, 21 N Main 
Zs'orth Asheyille Meat Mar- 
ket, 33 East 
Ownbey & Son, 7 Montford 

aye 
Penland X R, Montford 
Porter T M, Victoria 
Redmon S M, 40 East 
Eeeyes J G, 31 N Main 
REVELL T J, 30 N Main 
Rich John (c), Kenilworth 
Sanders J M, 483(45) W Hay- 
wood 
Shas Harris, cor S Pine and 

Mountain 
Sinimonds Thos, cor Brick & 

Poplar 
Smith S, 522 W Haywood 
SNIDER WM F, 6 N Ct Sq 
Starnes Bros, 100 Patton av 
Stradley Bros, 16 N Ct Sq 
Stradley W C, 14 N Ct Sq 
Sudderth W J, 315 W Hay- 
wood 
Talbert H A, 323 W Hay- 
wood 
Trantham T L, Victoria 
Treadaway J R & Co, 172 

Roberts 
Turner J M, 18(9) Sorrel 
Welch J L, 549 W Haywood 



( West Jas H, 260(220) Patton 

ave 
Whiteside M C Mrs, 431 N 

Main 
Wills Rufus (c), W Ashy 

(Wholesale) 
Mustin-Robertson Co (The) 

445 Depot 
SLAYDEN FAKES & CO, 

25-27 S Lexingion aye 



GUN & LOCKSMITHS 

Mosselar J S, 19 S Main 
Roberts Wm F, 60 S Main 
Weayer W P, 39 Patton aye 

GUNS & PISTOLS 

(See Sporting Goods) 



HACK LINES 

Swink J C, 25 Aston 



HARDWARE 
ASHEVILLE HDW CO, S 

Main s e cor Court Sq 
BOYCE WM A, 11 S W Ct 
Square 
! Brown, Korthup «& Co, 33 
Patton aye 
PENXIMAN BROS & CO, 
13 N Main 



HARNESS & SADDLERY 

Abernathy & Mclnturtf, 10 

NCt Sq 
Alexander J M, 1 S W Ct Sq 
Carolina Carriage House, 86 

Patton aye 
Shope J E, 57 S Main 



HARNESS MFRS 

Harrington J C (c), 54 N 
Main 



Gut Prices. 



RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

Rule with us. We bur for Cash and sell for 
Cash and can save you money. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 




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HATS & CAPS 

(See also Clothiers) 
COURTNEY H «, IS Fatton 
ave 



HAY, GRAIN & FEED 

(See also (Irocers) 
(IREER G A, 5:i Tatton ave 
NOLxVND 1) (x, 21 N Main 





HIDES, WOOL ETC 

Yarbroii^h (J W, Avery nr 
So Freight Depot 



HORSESHOERS 

(See also Blaeksmitlis) 
BROWN CHAS L, 81 S 

Main 
REESE C A (<•), 125 Patton 

ave 



HOSPITALS 

(See Appendix) 



HOTELS 

(See also Boarding Houses) 
Arcadia Hotel, 2U S Main 
Asheville Hotel, 7()^ S Main 
BATTERY l»ARIv HOTEL 
(The), Ratton ave & Hay- 
wood 
BERKELEY HOTEL 5sEW 

(The), 21-2:'> Patton ave 
Buck Hotel (The), 16^ l!< 

Main 
EAGLE HOTEL,04i S Main 
GLEN ROCK HOTEL, opp 

So Ry I'ass Sta 
Hotel Hobson, 20 Patton ave 
KENHAVORTH INN, Ken- 

ilworth 
MANOR (THE), Albemarle 

Park 
OAKLAND HEIGHTS HO- 
TEL, Oakland Heights 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



OAKS HOTEL, Oak s e cor 

Woodtin 
^Vesteru Hotel, U S W (Jt Sq 
SWANNANOA HOTEL, (;tJ 

S Main 



HOT WATER & AIR HEAT- 
ING 

(See Plumbers &Gas Fitters) 



HOUSE FURNISHING GDS 

Asheville China Co, 12 N 

Court Sq 
BOYCE WM A, 11 S W Ct 

Square 
McPHERSON & CLARK, 

48-15 E College 
SAWYER'S CARPET HSE, 

18-20 Chui-ch 
Turner Wm, .'55 N Main 
WH.LLVMSON W B «& CO, 

10 Patton ave 



ICE MFRS 

ASHEA'H.LE ICE & COAL 
Co, office 32 Patton ave 

Swannanoa Ice & Coal Co, 
office 20 N Ct Sq 



INSURANCE AGENTS 
ASTON, RAWLS & CO, fire, 

life and ace, IHi S Main 
BATTLE OCTAYE, life and 

ace, 48 Patton ave 
Graham Juo R, fire, life and 

ace, etc, 71 S W Ct Sq 
Rawls Chas" T, life, 18^ S 

Main. 
RFTLEDGE, PATTERSON, 

Webb & Co, fire, life, ace, 

etc, i;U S Main 
Thompson A, fire, life and 

suretv, 7^ S W Ct Sq 
Waddeil .^' Coxe, fire, life, 

ace, etc, 11 Church 



16 Patton Avenue. 



NITURE, CARPETS, 
BEDDING, 

slery Goods, Etc. 



Growers of Plants and 
Cut Flowers. 

Roses and Carnations 
Our Specialties. 



IDLEWILD FLORAL COMPANY, 



Greenhouses: 324 Charlotte St. 
Telephone No. 99. 



Store: 44 Patton Avenue. 
Te/e/,hone No. 132. 



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Williams Gay M, life, 23 
Temple Court 



INSURANCE COS 

(Accident) 

Fidelity and Casualty Co of 
N Y^ ASTON, RAWLS & 
CO, agts, 18| S Main 

Preferred Accident of N Y, 
O Battle agt, 48 Patton av 

Standard Liability & Acci- 
dent, Rutledge, Patterson, 
Webb & Co, agts, 13| S 
Main 

Travelers of Hartford, Wad- 
dell & Coxe, agts, 48 Pat- 
ton ave 

(Casualty) 

Maryland Casualty, Wad- 
dell & Coxe, agts, 48 Pat- 
ton ave 

(Elevator) 

Fidelity and Casualty Co of 
N Y, Aston, Rawls & Co, 
agts, 181 s Main 
(Fire) 

Aetna of Hartford, Aston, 
Rawls & Co, agts, 18| S 
Main 

Agricultural of Watertown 
N Y, Waddell & Coxe, 
agts, 48 I*atton ave 

American Fire of N Y, Rut- 
ledge, Patterson, Webb & 
Co, 13^ S Main, and Aston, 
Rawls" & Co, 18^ S Main, 
agts 

Atlanta Home, Rutledge, 
Patterson, Webt> & Oo, 
agts, 13^ S Main 
British- America of Toronto 
Rutledge, Patterson Webb 
& Co, agts, 131 S Main 



Caledonian of Scotland, Rut- 
ledge, Patterson, Webb & 
Co, agts, 131 S :Main 

Carolina of Wilmington, 
Waddell & Coxe, agts, 48 
Patton ave 

Commercial Union of Lon- 
don, Aston, Rawls & Co, 
agts, 18^ S Main 

Conn Fire Ins Co of Hart- 
ford, Aston, Rawls & Co, 
agts, 18* S Main 

Continental, Rutledge, Pat- 
terson, Webb & Co, agts, 
131 S Main 

Delaware Ins Co of Pbila, 
Aston, Rawls & Co, agts, 
18-1 s Main 

Equitable Fire of Charles- 
ton, Rutledge, Patterson, 
Webb & Co, 131 s Main, & 
Waddell & Coxe, 48 Pat- 
ton ave, agts 

Fire Assn of Phila, Aston, 
Rawls & Co, agts, 18i S 
Main, 

Firemans Fund of San Fran- 
cisco, Waddell & Coxe, 
agts, 48 Patton ave 

Fort Wayne, of Chicago, A 
Thompson, agt, 7^ S W 
Ct Sq 

Georgia Home of Coluim'bus,^ 
Ruth'dge, Patterson, We'bb 
& Co agts, 13^ S Main 

German-American of N Y, 
Aston, Rawls & Co, agts, 
181 s Main 

Glens Falls of X Y. Rutledge 
Patterson Webb & Co, 13i 
S Main & Waddell iK: Coxe 
48 Patton ave, agts 




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UPTOWN OFFICE: 

48 Patton Ave. 

Fxzc^isriE: 230. 



ASHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY 

Leads the South. 



43 

W. 'college 'st. 

PHONE 95. 



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Globe of N Y, Waddell & 

Coxe, agts, 48 I'atton ave 
Greenwich of N Y, Aston, 
Kawis & Co, agts, 18^ S 
Main 
Hamburg-Bremen of Ger- 
many, Rutledge, Patter- 
son, 'Webb & Co, agts, 13^ 

5 Main 

Hanover of N Y, Rutledge, 

Patterson, Webb & Co, 

agts, 1;H S Main 
Hartford of Hartford, Aston 

Rawls & Co, agts, 18^ S 

Main 
Home of N Y, Aston, Rawls 

6 Co, agts, 18^ S Main 
Imperial of London, Rut- 
ledge, Patterson, Webb & 
Co, agts, 131 S Main 

Ins Co of North America of 
Phila. Aston, Rawls & Co, 
agts, IS^ S Main 

Lancashire of Eng, Waddell 
& Coxe, agts, 48 Patton av 

Lion of London, Waddell & 
Coxe. agts, 48 Patton ave 

Liverpool & London & Globe 
Aston. Rawls & Co, agts, 
18^ S Main 

London Assurance, Rut- 
ledge, Patterson, Webb & 
Co, agts, 131 s Main 

London & Lancashire, Rut- 
ledge, Patterson, Webb & 
Co, agts. 131 s Main 

Magdeburg of Germany, 
Waddell & Coxe, agts, 48 
Patton ave 

Manchester of Eng, Rut- 
ledge, Patterson, Webb & 
Co, agts, 131 S Main 

Natl of Hartford, Aston, 
Rawls & Co, agts, 18-| S 
Main 



Newbern Mutual of New- 
born N C, A Thompson 
agt, 7^ S W Ct Sq 

Niagara of N Y'', Rutledge, 
Patterson, AVebb & Co, 
agts, 13^ S Main 

North British & Mer of Lon, 
Aston, Rawls & Co, agts, 
181 S Main 

N C Home, of Raleigh, Wad- 
dell & Coxe, agts, 48 Pat- 
ton ave 

Northern of London, Aston, 
Rawls & Co, agts, 18i S 
Main 

Norwich Union of Eng, Rut- 
ledge, Patterson, Webb & 
Co, agts, 13^ S Main 

Orient of Hartford, Waddell 
& Coxe, agts 48 Patton av 

Pacific of N Y, Waddell & 
Coxe, agts, 48 Patton ave 

Palatine of Eng, Waddell & 
Coxe, agts, 48 Patton ave 

Penn of Phila, Aston, Rawls 
& Co, agts, 18^ S Main 

Phila Underwriters, Wad 
dell & Coxe, agts, 48 Pat- 
ton ave 

Phoenix Assurance of Lon- 
don, Aston, Rawls & Co, 
agts, 18i S Main 

Phoenix of Hartford, Rut- 
ledge, Patterson, Webb i& 
Co, 131 s Main, & Aston, 
Rawls "& Oo, 18i S Main 
agts ' , 

Piedmont, Waddell & Coxe, 
agts, 48 Patton ave 

Queen of Amer of N Y, Rut- 
ledge, Patterson, Webb & 
Co, agts, 131 S Main 

Rochester German, Waddell 
& Coxe, agts, 48 Patton 
ave 



ASHEVILLE 
DVERTISiNG 
CENCY 






J. D. PLUMMER. Manaeer. 



Licensed Bill Posters and Distributors. 
Control City Street-Car Advertising. 

Prepare and place Newspaper Advertising. 
Contractors for Western North Carolina. 

Office In Opera Hoase Bnlldlar. 



THE FRANKLIN 
PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO. 

GEO. W. HARRISON, General Managfer. 

State Pwntet^s and 
Publishers. 

ORDER OF US YOUR 

Legal Blanks, 
Law Books, 
Stationery and 
Justice Dockets/ 

Blank Books Made to Order, Railroad, Banking, 

Corporation and Commercial Printing, 

Stereotyping and Electrotyping. 

65-71 Ivy Street, ATLANTA, CA. 



Zbc jfranhlin 

(biintino Si Kb ublisblng Company 





State lPr(nter0an& 
pubU0ber0. 



GEO. W. HARRISON, 
Secretary and General Manager 



jjbrinters, 
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XLbc Xargest anO Meet EquippcD . . . 
printing Bstabliebment in tbe Soutb. 



71 County 



l[^rtntin9 

Blank Books noa^e to ©rbcr. 

Uaw J0ooft0, ipampblets anD Catalogues. 



^RatIlca^, 

36anfuna ant) llVViniina Y ^^^ 

~ ~r U.^ ' " ^ ' '•-^ A specialty. 



Write for prices or see us before 
placing your orders elsewhere. 



Telephone QQ and your orders will receive 
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ASHEVILLE ICE 3( COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
in all the Best Grades of Coal. 

823 :E*.A.T?T03Xr .A.Xr:ESI«JXJJE:. I=»H03>5-]E3 40. 



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361 



Royal Exchange, of Eng, As- 
ton, Rawls & Co, agts, 18| 
S Main 

Ivo.val of Liv(M"i)0(»l, Riitledgo 
i'atterson, Webb iK: Co, 
agts, l:H H ISIain 

St raiil F & :\I, Rntledge, 
l»atteison, Webb cV' Co, 
agts, IV, S Main 

Scottish U\V: Natl, Rutledge, 
Patterson, Webb & Co, 
agts, 131 S Main 

Sou of N O, Aston, Rawls & 
Co, agts. l^ S Main 

Springfield F & M, Aston, 
Rawls & Co, agts, 18^ S 
Main 

Sun of N O, Rutledge, Pat- 
terson, Webb & Co, 131 g 
Main, & Waddell & Coxe, 
48 Patton ave, agts 

Teutonia of N O, Aston, 
Rawls & Co, agts, 18^ S 
Main 

Underwriters Agency, Rut- 
ledge, Patterson, Webb & 
Co,'agts, 131 s Main 

U S of N Y, Aston, Rawls & 
Co, agts, 181 S Main 

Virginia F & M of Rich- 
mond, Rutledge, Patter- 
son, Webb & Co, agts, 13i 

5 Main 

Virginia State of Richmond. 
Rutledge, Patterson Webb 

6 Co, agts, 131 s Main 
Western Assurance of To- 
ronto, Rutledge, Patterson 
Webb & Co, agts, 13| S 
Main 

Westchester of N Y, Aston, 
Rawls & Co, agts, 18i S 
Main 

Williamsburg City of N Y, 



Waddell & Coxe, agts, 48 
Patton ave 

(Liability) 

Fid(^lity and Casualty Co of 
N Y^ Aston, Rawls & Co, 
agts, 181 H Main 
" (Life) 

Equitable Life Assurance 
Society of N Y, G M Wil- 
liams, agt, 23 Temple Ct 

Life Ins Co of Va (The), 17 
& 18 Drhumor bldg 

Northwestern, Rutledge. 

Patterson, Webb & Co', 
agts, 131 S Main 

Penn Mutual of Phila, Oc- 
tave Jiattle, dist agt, 48 
Patton ave 

Phoenix Mutual of Hartford 
A Thompson, agt, 7i S W 
Ct Sq 

Sun of Canada, A Thomp- 
son, agt, 71 S W Ct Sq 

Travelers of Hartford, Wad- 
dell & Coxe, agts, 48 Pat- 
ton ave 

(Plate Glass) 

American Plate Glass Co, 
Waddell & Coxe, 'agts, 48 
Patton ave 

Fidelity and Casualty Co of 
N Y, Aston, Rawls & Co. 
agts, 181 S Main 

New York Plate Glass Ins 
Co, Rutledge, Patterson, 
Webb & Co, agts, 13i S 
Main 

Union Casualty Co, Rut- 
ledge, Patterson, Webb & 
Co, agts, 13^ S Main 
(Steam Boiler) 

Fidelity and Casualty Co of 
N Y,' Aston ,Rawls & Co, 
agts, 18i S Main 




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Hartford Steam Boiler, Rut- 
ledge, Patterson, Webb & 
Co, 131 S Main, and Wad- 
dell &"Coxe, 48 Patton ave 
agts 

(Surety Bonds) 

American Bonding & Trust 
Co, Octave Battle, agt, 48 
Patton ave 

American Surety, Rutledge, 
Patterson, Webb & Co, 
agts, 13^ S Main 

Maryland Casualty of Balto, 
A Thompson, agt, 7^ S W 
Ct Sq 

National Surety Co, Rut- 
ledge, Patterson, Webb 
& Co, agts, 13"^ S Main 



JEWELERS &WATCH1VIKRS 

Alexander M, 33 Patton ave 
rH)SBY B H, 27 Patton ave 
Cowan P L, 47 S Main 
FIELD A M (MFG), Patton 

ave s w cor Church 
Goldsmith W W, 10 N Ct Sq 
Grobe C W, 56 Patton ave 
Noblitt M W, 59 S Main 
Powell J B, 315 W Haywood 
Shoffuer ^^^ H, 11 X W Ct Sc 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

Roberts A C, 2 X Ct Sq 
Sumniev A T, 14 S Main 



LAPIDARIES 

Ing Jess<\ 27 I'atton ave 



LAND COMPANIES 

(See Real Estate) 



LATHS, SHINGLES, ETC 

(See Lumber, Laths & Shin- 
gles) 



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LAUNDRIES 

(Steam) 

ASHEVILLE STM LAUN- 
DRY, 43 W College 

Model Steam Laundry, 24 
Church 



LAWYERS 

(See Attorneys) 



LEATHER AND SHOE 
FINDINGS 

Mourer M, 22 N Main 



LIGHT AND POWER CD'S 

ASHEVILLE ST R R CO, 1 
S W Court Sq 



LIME & CEMENT 

FISHER S J, 103 Patton 
SCOTT GEO F & CO, 24 E 

College 
A^'ESTALL WM H, 10-18 S 

Spruce 



LIQUORS 

(See Wines and Liquors) 



LITHOGRAPHERS 

CALVERT LITHOGRAPH- 
ING CO, cor Shelby and 
Larned sts Detroit Mich 



LIVERY, FEED & SALE 
STABLES 

Brown B C, 338 S Main 

BROWN WILEY B, 15 S 
Lexington ave 

Central Liverv F & S Sta- 
bles, 21 W College 

CHAMBERS, WEAVER & 
CO, 15 to 10 Willow 

KENILWORTH STABLES, 
Kenilworth Inn 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 



24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon Pharmacy Co. 

SOLICITS YOUR TRADE. 



OPPOSPE 

Postofficfi. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



363 



Loxiugtou Stables, 83 S 
Main 

MILLARD C, 27 Hay- 
wood 

GATES J R, 38 E Colk-op 

TALACE STABLES, 29 to 
31 S Lexington ave 

PATTON & STIKELEATH- 
ER, 113-123 Patton ave 



LOANS 
FARINHOLT L A, 21 Tem- 
ple Court 
Masters J F, 3 E Ct Sq 



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LUMBER 

C()oi]»er & ^^'o()(11)^ry, 
Temple Court 

Dickson-Mason Lumber Co 
(The). 1-2 Paragon bldg 

]McEwen W B & Co (hard- 
ware), 60 Patton ave 

Sherrard Thos C, 1-2-3 Mc- 
Afee bldg 

Wilkinson M B Lumber Co. 
Avery nr So Ry f rt depot 



LUMBER, LATHS, ETC 

Jones W M. 553 W Haywood 
SCOTT GEO F & CO'. 21 E 

College 
WEST ALL WM H, 10-18 

S S] truce 



LUNCH ROOMS 

Dairy Lunch, 38 Patton ave 
Lingle P E, cor Depot and 

Southside ave 
Willis J, 281 s Main 



MACHINERY 

Ashv Foundry »& Machine 
Shop, 8 Buttrick 

ASHV SFPPLY & FOUN- 
DRY CO, Market nr Eagle 



MACHINE SHOPS 

(See Foundrv and Machine 
Shops) 



MANICURISTS 

Guischard G L Mrs, 51 Pat- 
ton ave 



MANTELS, GRATES, ETC 
SCOTT GEO F <S: CO, 21 E 

College 



MFRS AGTS 

FISHER S J, ]();'> Pattern av 
Little J S, 30 Palmetto bldg 



MARBLE WORKS 

BEAN S I, 103 Pal ton ave 
WOLFE W O, 22 S Ct Sq 

MASSAGE 
JOHNSTON M H,10 Church 



MATTRESS MFRS 
Abernathv & Mcluturtf, 10 

NCt Sq 
JOHNSON L A MRS, 27 N 

Main 



MEAT MARKETS 

Atkin Geo E,15 Pearson Drv 

Baker & Son, 339 W Hay- 
wood 

Biltmore Farms Supply Stre, 
Biltmore 

Davis & Allison, 148 Mont- 
ford ave 

Haywood Meat Market^ 347 
W Havwood 

HILL W M & CO, C Central 
Mkt 

Horton & Collins, 42 East 

Ledford J M, 524 W Hay- 
wood 

McFee A W, D Central Mkt 



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Rulp ■witli U!5. We buy for Cash and s<'II for 
Cas)i and can savi' you intmpy. 

The Carolina Pharmacy. 

College St, and Court Square. Ntw Phane 82. 



Hotel Berkeley Wine Room, 

High Grade Wines and Liquors Served by 
Experienced Bartenders. 



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Mitchel E M, 437 S Main 
North Asheville Meat Mar- 
ket, 33 East 
rearson H P (c), E Central 

Mkt 
l»fttillo R L, W Asheville 
Re^molds J T, 31 Buxton 
^^'ernwag' A, stal P Central 

Mkt 
Zimmerman & Whitehead, 
stall H Central Mkt 



MEDICINE MFRS 

Paris Medicine Co, S Main 

s e cor Atkin 
TASTELESS QUININE CO 

(The), 41 SMain 



MEN'S FURNISHERS 

(See also Clothiers) 
Baltimore (The), 10-13 Pat- 
ton ave 
COURTNEY H S, 18 Patton 

ave 
]\Iea.rs S P, 35 S Main 
Outfitter (The), 11 Patton av 



MERCHANT TAILORS 

r>rown & Co, 27 Patton ave 
COURTNEY H S, 18 Patton 

ave 
FARMER D R (c), 49 E Col 

lege 
(Jeldman Henry, Haywood s 

e cor W College 
McKinnon & Co, 66 Patton 

ave 
Petrie H, 7 Patton ave 
S(^HARTLE J W, 47 S Main 
SMI^ WM C, 37 S Main 



MILL SUPPLIES 

ASHEVILLE HDW CO, S 
Main cor Ct Sq 



ASHY SUPPLY^ & FOUN- 
DRY CO, Market nr Eagle 



MILLINERY 

LaBarbe N Miss, 34 Patton 

ave 
INIitchell Lou Miss,12 Church 
Sumner Deal & Co, 40-42 

Patton ave 
Swartzberg C H, 22 S Main 



MINERAL & SODA WATER 
PARAGON PHARMACY, 
Patton ave cor Haywood 



MINERAL & SODA WATER 
MFRS 

Haskell's Shn Soda Wks, 
217 Haywood 



MOLDINGS 

SCOTT GEO F & CO, 24 E 

College 
\^'ESTALL WM H, 16-18 S 
Spruce 



MONUMENTS 

BEAN S I, 103 Pattern 
WOLFE WM O, 22 S Ct Sq 



MUSICAL MERCHANDISE 
FALKS :MrSIC HOUSE, 55 

S ]Main 
IIOT'GH & ROBERTS, 11 

Church 



MUSIC TEACHERS 

Cole E F, 161 K Main 

FLORIO CARYL, 14 Mc- 
Afee bldg 

PURINGTON GEORGI 

ANA MISS, 16 Maxwel- 
ton bldg 

WARE NORA MISS, 12 
Vance 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE 

CARPETS, RUGS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 



ASHEVILLE ICE $c COAL CO. 

Manufacturers Ice and Wholesale and Retail Dealers 
In all the Best Grades of Coal. 

82 I*.A.1"r03>a' .A.'XT'^ST^TJ^i. T^HOI^IES -AO. 



1899-1900 CITY DIRECTORY 



365 



NATIVE GEMS & SOUVE 
NIRS 

FIELD A M, Pattoii ave s w 
cor Church 



NEWS DEPOTS 
ASHEVILLE TRINTING 

CO, 4: N Court Sq 
BAINBRIDGE^S BOOK 

STORE, 18 S Main 
Battery Park Hotel News 

& Cigar Std, Battery Park 

Hotel 
KEELING E D, 58 Patton 

ave 
Ray C F, 8 N Ct Sq 



NOTARY PUBLIC 

CARTER FRANK. -)-(; Pal- 

inet'to bldf!^ 
DTTKES THOS C, Batterv 

Park Hotel 
Erwin Marable, 42 Palmetto 

bldg 
RANKIN A E, 5 S W Ct Sq 



NEWSPAPERS 

(See Appendix) 



NOTIONS 

(See Dry Cioods & Notions) 



NURSERIES 

(See Florists) 



OFFICE SUPPLIES 
ASHV PRINTING CO, 4 N 

Ct Sq 
BAINBRIDGE'S BOOK 

STORE, 18 S Main 



OIL COMPANIES 

standard Oil Co, Avery nr 
Depot 



Sunlight Oil & Gasoline Co, 
20 N Ct Sq 



OIL & GASOLINE STOVES 
LAW J H, 35 Patton ave 



OPTICIANS 

McKee S L, 45 Patton ave 



ORIENTAL GOODS 

Haggar »!v: P>ro,50 Patton ave 



PACKING COS 
ARMOUR PA(;K1NG CO. 
431 W Havwood 



PAINTERS 

Brown & Swink, 11 ^^'illow 
FITZPATRK'K T W & E C, 

33 N IMain 
SWK^ECOOD L. (iC. S Main 





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PAINTS, OIL & GLASS 

FISHER S J. 103. Patron av 
FITZPATRICK T W & E (\ 

33 N Main 
Johnson F M, 40 N Main 
PARAGON PITARMACV, = 

Patton ave cor Haywood 
SWICEGOOD L, OC) S Main j^ 
WESTALL WM H, 10 IS ^ 

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PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Andrews Jos B. 53, E College 
Ashv Photo Studio, 17-19 

]McAfee bldg ^_^ 

Branagan J :Mrs. 1 E Ct Sq t" r^ 
BROCKS PHOTO ART J ^ 

STUDIO, over 59 S Main S- ^ 

Lindsev T H, 14 S Main " cn 



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. A. hnbCn, The Lea ding Fan cy Grocer. 



53 Patton Avenue. 



3E>:]iS^^TX3 136. 



The Columbus 
Buggy Co.'s 
Peitecc Vehicles at 




ALSO CHBA.t*h:ii GHAUBS />' S/OCK. 



Aslieville Hardware Co. 



S. E. Corner Court Square. 



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McCanless J M, 7 Patton are 
Ray F, 8 X Ct Sq 
Tai-bell J H, 95 E (College 
Tavlor Nat W, 29 Patton ave 



PHOTOGRAPHERS SUP- 
PLIES 

Ray C F, 8 N Ct Sq 



PHYSICIANS 

Ambler C P, eye, ear, throat 

& lungs, 4-o-(» Temple ( "t 
Ballard A M, 210 Havwood 

BAiRD Harrison' l, go 

Patton are (2d floor) 
BATTLE S W, 13 Churcli 
Brownson W C, W Aslieville 
Bryan J W (c), Yonng Men's 

Institute 
Bryant R IT (e), 11 Eaglo 
BURROT'GHS J A, Bar- 
nard bldg 
Callowav A W, lU Church 
CPfAPMAN H J," Winyah 

Sanitarium 
C'lKPsborouoh H P, 13 

Church 
Crawford Alex, eye, ear, 
nose 4fc throat, 5-6 Mc- 
Afee bldg 
David J E, 70 Liberty 
Denison Mary Nelon, OG 

Haywood 
Fletcher M H, 27 Patton ave 
CrLENN E B, 5 S W Ct Sq 
HILLIARl) W:M D, 5-6 

Drhumor bldg 
Hilliard W L. 37i S Main 
JORDAN CHAS S, 13 

Church 
Linn T E, Hi Church 
McBRAYER L B, 11-13 Mc- 
Afee bldg 
MERIWETHER F T, 14 
Grove 

FARINHOLT 



Millender M C, 8-9 Paragon 

Minor Chas L, 52 Patton ave 

MORRIS E R, 11-13 Mc- 
Afee bldg 

OSBORNE J M, 7-8 Paragon 
bldg 

PAQUIN PAI'L, Oakland 
Hts 

PEARSON CHAS L, 14 
Church 

PEAYY^ J F, Haywood opp 
Post Office 

Powell W ^\ 20 (2d floor) S 
Main 

PT^REFOY^ G ^Y, 18i Main 

REED GEO W, Biltniore 

REYNOLDS C Y, P.arnard 
bldg 

RrcK KARL von DR, Win- 
vah Sanitai'ium 

SAWY^ER JAS, 4-5-6 Drhu- 
mor bldg 

SEYIER D E & J T, 22^ S 
Main 

Tennent Gaillard S, eye, 10- 
11 Maxwelton bldg 

YAN BERGEN CHAS, Oak- 
land Hts 

Watson J A, 13 Grove 

Weaver H B, 1-2 Maxwelton 
bldg 

^Yhitaker A S, Biltmore 

Whittington W P, 2 N Ct Sq 
WILLIA]\IS J H, 53 Hay- 
wood 
WOODCOCK J H, 26 Pat- 
ton ave 



PIANOS & ORGANS 

FALK'S MUSIC HOUSE, 

55 S Main 
HOUGH & 

Church 



ROBERTS, 11 



REAL ESTATE 
BROKER 

24 Temple Court. Phone 380. And Notary Public. 



Paragon PhaFtnaey Go. 

ONLY SODA EXPERT DISPENSER IN CITY. 



OPPOSITE 

POST OFFICE 



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367 



PICTURES ENLARGED 

Slicn-ill W S, 1^1 Soiidlcv 
bldu- 



PLUMBERS, STEAM & 
GAS FITTERS 

BALL cVc SHEP1'ARI>, 4 

J'attoii ave 
Liiulsey F M, 1 Market 
M.I'IikKSOX .V: CLAKK. 

40-4.") College 
RICH J R & SON, 7-8 Lex- 

iiiuton are 



PORTRAIT ARTISTS 

(See Artists) 



PRINTERS 

(Boi)]; and Job) 
ASHEVILLE PRINTING 

CO, 4 N Court Sq 
CITIZEN CO (THE), Legal 

bldg 
French Broad Press (The), 

8-10 McAfee bldg 
GAZETTE PUBLISHING 

CO, 4 N Ct Square 
McAdani l»to- Co, 3 N W Ct^ 

Sq 



PRODUCE 

(See Fruits and Produce) 



PROVISIONS 
ARMOUR PACKING CO, 
531 W Haywood 



PUBLISHERS 

Beall & Stoner, 8-10 McAfee 

bldg 
CITIZEN CO (THE), Legal 
bids; 



French Broad Press (The), 
8 10 McAfee bldg 

GAZETTE PUBLI SHI NG 
CO, 4 N Ct Square 

HACKNEY GEO L, 4 N Ct 
S(i 

MA LONE Y DIRECTORY 
CO (THE), 05 Ivy St At- 
lanta Ga, P O Box 090 

McQUILKIN A H, 95 E Col- 
lege 

RAILROADS 

(See Appendix) 



REAL ESTATE & LAND 
AGTS 

ALBEMARLE PARK CO, 
Albemarle Park 

BATTERHAM HARRY, 4 
Palmetto bldg 

BOSTIC J B & CO, 23 Pat- 
ton ave 

Campbell J M, \)l N W Ct S(i 

FARINHOLT L'A, 24 Tem- 
ple Court 

Graham Jno R,7i S W Ct Sq 

GWY^N W B, Pa'lmetto bldg 

Hunt H C, 2 N Ct Sq 

JOHNSTON WM Jr (origi- 
nal), 20-21 Temple Court 

REVELL O D, 31 Temple Ct 

Revnolds N A, 15^ Patton av 

WEAVER J H & CO, 26 
Patton ave * 

West W W, 2 Drhumor bldg 












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Carter W E, 20 N Main « 

CHITRCH ST RESTR, 10 ff 

Church ^ 

DIXIE REST (THE), 36 S p 

Main 
Great So Cafe, 43 Patton av 



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RIB-ROCK BOTTOM 

liiile witli us. We buy for Cash and 3ell for 
Ca-li and can .save you nionoy. 

The Carolina Pharmacy, 

College St. and Court Square. New Phone 82. 



MiipuMcu aiiu uuiiicdiiu (jigdii ouiu uy iiie on a\ rauiuiy riiGes ai ine 

ERKELEY CIGAR STAND. 



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Paul Chas G, 5-7 E Ct Sq 
Southern Rv Restaurant, So 
Rv Pass Sta 



ROOFERS & ROOFERS MA- 
TERIAL 

P»()Y(3E A\' A, 11 S W Ct Sq 
Lindsey F M, 1 Market 
1\I<I»HERS0N & CLARK, 
43-45 E College 

SADDLERY 

(See Harness & Saddler}^) 



SALOONS 

ACME WINE & LIQUOR 

HOUSE, 5G-58 S Main 
BATTERY PARK BAR, 

Battery Park Hotel 
BERKELEY HOTEL BAR, 

in Berkeley Hotel 
BONANZA WINE & LIQ- 
UOR CO (THE), 43 S Main 
CAROLINA SALOON (The) 

9 N Main 
Carr P, 23 S Main 
CLUB SALOON (THE), 53 

S Main 
Eureka Saloon,16 W College 
GLEN ROCK HOTEL BAR, 

opp So Ry Pass Sta 
HAMPTON & FEATHER- 

STON, 29 N Main 
LANGE J H, 17 W College 
Laurel Valley Saloon, 50 S 

Main 
Sorrels G W, 5 W College 
SWANNANOA HOTEL 

BAR, 65 S Main 



SASH, DOORS & BLINDS 
Jones W M, 533 W Havwood 
Market St Wood Working 
Co, Market nr Eagle 



SCOTT GEO F & CO, 24 E 

College 
A\'E STALL WM H, lG-18 S 
Sj»ruee 



SAUSAGE MFRS 
HILL \V M c^c CO, stall C 
Central Mkt 



SAW MILL MACHINERY 
ASHV SUPPLY & FOUN- 
DRY CO, Market nr Eagle 



SCALES 

(Computing) 
Stinii)Son Computing Scale 
Co, 4S Patton ave 



SCHOOLS & COLLEGES 

(See Appendix 



SEEDS 

(See Druggists) 



SEWING MACHINE SUP- 
PLIES 

Shelton T W & Co, 11 N W 

Ct Sq 
Singer Mfg Co, 62 S Main 



SHOES 

(See Boots and Shoes) 



SHOEMAKERS 

(See Boot & Shoe Makers) 



SILVERWARE 
FIELD A M, Patton ave s w 

cor Church 
LAW J H, 35 Patton ave 



SKIRT MFRS 

Asheville Skirt Mfg Co, over 
1 S W Ct Sq 



LLIftMSON & CO. ""'^"■J^S^'.SS,'"'"*' 

3 Patton Avenue. Upholstery Goods, Etc. 



FAKAliON FHAKMACY CO. POST .. 



Our Specialty— Prescriptions. 



.. OFFICE 



18in» liMK) CITY 1>1KE(TUKV 



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SODA & MINERAL WATER 
MFRS 

Haskell's Stiii Soda Works, 
217 Havwt>o(l 



SOUVENIRS 

Cole Alta M Miss, :'>4 Patton 

ave 
FIELD A M, Pattou ave s vv 

cor Church 
LAW J H, ao Patton ave 



SPECIALISTS 

(See also Physicians) 
Preston L F (consumption), 
4-5 Sondley bldg 



SPECTACLES & EYE 
GLASSES 

(Se«' Druj^'gists) 



SPORTING GOODS 

(See also Hardware) 
ASHEVILLE HDW CO, S 

Main s e cor Court Sq 
Blonibers- L, 17 Patton ave 



STATIONERY 
ASHEVILLE PRINTING 

CO, 4 N Court Sq 
KEELING E D, 58 Patton 

ave 
Ray C F, 8 N Ct Sq 



STENOGRAPHERS AND 

TYPEWRITERS 

EMANUEL CLARA MISS, 

Barnard bldg 
Emanuel Fannie Miss (tchr), 
50 Flint 



STORAGE 

LORICK & CO, 23 Patton av 



STOVES & TINWARE 
ASHV HDW CO. S Main 

•cor Ct S(| 
ROYCE \\M A. 11 S \V Ct 
• Square 

Mcl'HERSON A: CLARK, 
4:;-45 E (College 



STOVE REPAIRERS 

Rabington .1 P, Market ur 
Eagle 



STREET RY COMPANIES 

(See Appendix) 



SURVEYORS 
Justice R R, 10:; Rroad 



TANNERY 

ASHEVILLE TANNERY, 
So Rv nr Pass Sta 



TAXIDERMIST 

Fain N \\', 73 Montford ave 



TELEGRAPH AND TELE- 
PHONE COS 

(See Ap]>endix) 



THEATERS 

(See Appendix) 



TINNERS 
ROYCE W A, 11 S W Ct Sq 
Lindsev F M, 1 Market 

Mcpherson & clark, 

43-45 E College 



TINWARE 

Asheville China Co, 12 N 

Court Sq 
ROYCE WM A, 11 S W Ct 

Square 

Mcpherson & clark, 

43-45 E College 



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is addition to 20 years' drug experience, Is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College The Philadelphia 
Lying-in-Charity, The Pennsylvania School of Anatomy aid Surgery, and Ex-Resident Physician 
Philadelphia Hospital. We have a reputation to maintain in this direction and give personal 
service and guarantee satisfaction. 

New Phone 82. The Carolina Pharmacy, 

COLLEGE STREET AND COURT SQUARE. 
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New Hotel Berkeley, 

FRANK LOUGHRAN, Proprietor. 



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AND COMMERCIAL 
HOTEL IN ASHEYILLE 



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TOBACCO DLRS 

Henderson Bros. N Lexiug-' i 
ton ave nr N Main j 

Moorman S C & Co, 7 N Lex- j 
iugton are i 

WALKER K VJ) N \V Ct S(i 






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TRANSFER COS 

ASHEVILLE TRANSFER 

CO, 60 Patton ave 
LORICK & CO. 23 Patton av 



TRUNKS & VALISES 

(Hee Clothiers) 

UNDERTAKERS AND EM- 
BALMERS 

Brown J V »S: Son. 4.") I 'at ton 
ave 

Catliej J (c). Eagle s e cor 
Market 

NOLAND BROS. 11 Patton 
ave 

Riverside Undertaking Co, 
37 S Main 

STARNES J R UNDER- 
TAKING CO, 27 (2d floor) 
N Main 



UPHOLSTERERS 

Cathev J, Eagle s e cor Mar 
Ivet ' 



VEGETABLES 

(See also (rrocei-s) 
Alexander (J (c). 22 Central 

Mkt 
Braman H (). !) Central ^Ikt 
Broune H T. 1:5 Central Mkt 
Jackson B J (ct. ^-^^ Central 

INIkt 
Jackson C (c). 5 Central :Mkt 
Jackson J (c). stall I Central 

INIkt 



ASHEV ILLE 

Kilgore D (0,27 Central Mkt 
Lvnch .j S Mrs. 12 Central 

Mkt 
Ownhey K L. 1!)2(>2:'. Cen- 
tral Mkt 
Randall .) (" ki. 21-24 Cen- 
tral Mkt 
Scott Lula (c),25 Central Mkt 
Wallace J B (c), 2-4 Central 
Mkt 

VETERINARY SURGEONS 

Lambert (h'o H. 15-1!) Wil- 
low 



VIEWS OF ASHEVILLE 

liAIXBRIDCES BOOK 

STORE. 18 S Main 



WALL PAPER 

FITZ PATRICK T W & E C, 

33 N Main 
Johnson F M. 4(5 N Main 
.Miller & McFall. 32 N Main 
SWICECOOD L, (U) S Main 



WAREHOUSES 

(Tobacco) 
Banner ^^'arehouse, Walnut 

s w CO' N Lexington ave 
Eagle \\'ar('lioiise. Valley St 
Farmers Warehouse. N Main 

cor Walnnt 

WINES & LIQUORS 

(Wholesale) 
ACME WINE .V' LIQUOR 

HOUSE, 5(;-58 S Main 
BONANZA WINE & LIQ 

T OR CO (THE), 43 S Main 



YEAST AGTS 

Heston J M .^' Sons, 26 S 
^lain 



WILLIAMSON & GO. 



16 Patton Avenue. 



FURNITURE, . . . . 
CARPETS, RUCS, 
LINOLEUM, Etc. 




THE GEORGIA 

SOUTHERN 
& FLORIDA 

RAILWAY 



SUWANEE 



RJVER 



ROUTE. 



Pullman Buffet Sleeping 



Car Line 



♦ OC SWANCE RIBBtH* ♦ 



Between 




Nashville, Tenn. 



and Jacksonville, Fla. 



iA^ITHOUT CHKNCe, 



ROUTE 



BETWEEN 



N. C. & S. L Nashville and Chattanooga. 
W. & A. Chattanooga 
C. of G. Ry. Atlanta 
G. S. and F. Ry. Macon 
Plant System Tifton 

Passes the 

Famous Battlefield 



Atlanta. 
Macon. 
Tifton. 
Jacksonville. 



And Throufrh the 



Great Fruit Belt of the South. 

Through Coaches and Pullmans between Atlanta and 
Jacksonville. 

Through Sleepers between Macon and Palatka. 
C. K. RHODES, 

Florida Passenger Agent, 



6 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. 

WILLIAM CHECKLEY SHAW, 

Vice-President. Macon, Ga 



D. G. HALL, 

General Agent, 

8 Kimball House, Atlanta, Ga. 



G. A. MACDONALD, 

General Passenger Agent, Macon, Ga. 



Charleston Line. 



Great 
Southern 



^ COMPRISES ^ 

Clyde's New York, Charleston and Florida 

Steamship Lines, the South Carolina 

and Georgia R. R. and Con- 
necting Railroads 



Fr^iSht M ^^^ York^ Boston^ Philadelphia 



And 

Passenger 

Line. 



1 And AH Interior New England 



and Northeastern Towns* 

J This Line is thoroughly eciuipped and possesses every 
facility for quick and safe transjjortation of freight. 
Rates always as low as by any other line. Order 
shipments via Clyde's Line, care Agent, South 
Carolina t% Georgia Railroad, Charleston, S. C. 

XDlnsurpasseb 

Ipassenger 

Hccoinmobation 

No Line North or South offers finer Passenger Accommo- 
dations — connection is made at Charleston with the 
elegant steamers of the Clyde Line, which are of 
modern construction, and provided with every ap- 
pliance for safety and comfort. 

For any desired information in regard to passage or 
freight, apply to 

P. R. SLEDGE, a. S. A., 

748 Reynolds St., Augusta, Ga. 

THBO. a. LGBR, L. A. EMERSON, 

General Assent G. .S. F. & P. Line. Traffic Manager 

.5 Bowling Green and 



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391 Broadway, New York. 



S. C. & Ga. R. R.. 
('harle.ston. S. C. 



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PAID UP CAPITAL, 


$20,000. 


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President. 


. A. MARQUARDT, 

Sec'y and Manager, 



THE 



"Bonanza" Wine and Liquor Co. 



. DEALERS IN. 



HIGH GRADE 

U/i9es-^l icjuors 



AGENTS FOR. 



Foss-Schneider Brewing Co. Cincinnati Lager Beer, and 
"Schiitz" IVIilwaul<ee Export Beer. 



FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY 



Bar and Billiard Room 
in the Rear. 



P. A. MARQUARDT, Manager. 

Telephone No. 72. 
43 South Main Street, - - - ASHEVILLE, N. C. 




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mim, WEAVER & GO. 



/ LOT OF FfRST'CLASg 
J>.M>1>LE HOUSES*. 



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