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RALEIGH, N. C.




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China, Crockery,
Glassware, Lamps,
Table Cutlery,

Silver-Plated Ware, Filters, Tea
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A General Line ot House Furnishing Goods.

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Have announced from time to time that we carry
the hxrgest and best assorted stock of drugs in the
State; that we sell goods on a very close margin, deal
strictly square with everybody, and guarantee prompt
delivery of goods to every part of the city, and we



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Up every claim we make with every transaction. Be
your purchase 5 cents or §500, you are alw^ays accorded
the same gentlemanly treatment. Every department of
our establishment is complete in every detail. If we
fail to have what you call for, we will take great
pleasure in getting it for you. Call



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A HOME INSTITUTION. CHARTERED MAY, 1893.



Offers a profitable and safe plan of
investment for monthly savings of
persons in any part of the State.



FUNDS ARE INVESTED IN



First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate

in cities and towns, whicli securities ar^
held by B. S. Jerman, Cashier of the
Commercial and Farmers Bank, acting
as Treasurer and Trustee of the
Company.



A Payment of $3.25 Per Month for 100
Months will Mature $500.



Loans Made to Members for Pur-
chase or Erection of Homes.



JOHN C. DREWRY, President. J. S. WYNNE, Vice-President.

GEORGE ALLEN, Secretary.



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RALEIGH, N. C.

City Directory.



THE MALONEY DIRECTORY CO.,
ATLANTA, GA.,

PROPRIETORS AND PUBLISHERS.



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CONTAINING an Alpliabetically 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 I rivate Schools, Churches, Banks, Secret and Benevolent Societies
Incorporated Companies, Kailway Stations, Distances, Etc.

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

{All Eights lieserved.)



TABLE OF CONTENTS.



Abbreviations 2

Alphabetical List of Names (White).. 135

300
Alphabetical List of Names (Col-
ored) 301-386

Appendix 41-80

Banks and Bankers 64

Building and Loan Associations 65

Business Directory 387-416

Cemeteries 63

Chamber of Commerce 63

Church Directory 59

City Government 50

Courts 49

County Government 48

Educational 54

Electric Light Companies 65

Express Companies 74

Fire Department 51

General Directory (White) 135-300

General Directory (Colored) 301-386

Hospitals and Infirmaries 65

Hot Springs, Ark 33-40



Insurance Companies 404

Libraries 66

Military 66

Newspapers 67

Places of Amusement, Public Build-
ings, etc 74

Police Department 51

Post-office Department 48

Private Schools 55

Public Schools 54

Railroad Stations and Distances.. .. 75

Schools and Colleges 55

Secret Societies 68

Societies, Clubs, etc 73

Street and Avenue Directory 81-133

Street Railways 75

State Government of North Carolina 42

Telegraph, and Telephone Cos 74

Trades Unions 73

United States Government 41

United States Local Officials 41

Woman's Exchange 75



ABBREVIATIONS.

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



ah above

acct accountant

add addition

adv advertisement

agt agent

agrl agricultural

al alley

appr apprentice

asst assistant

atty attorney

ave avenue

bartr bartender

bds boards

bet between

bkpr bookkeeper

bldg building

blksmith blacksmith

blk block

brkmn brakeman

(c) colored

carp carpenter

elk clerk

CO company

collr collector

com mer commission mer-
chant

condr conductor

eonfr confectioner

contr contractor

cor corner

eott cotton

dep deputy

dept department

dist district

div Division

do same

Bore ....east

emp employee

engr. engineer



es ..easiside

exp express

flgmn flagman

frt freight

genl .general

hdqrs headquarters

hsekpr housekeeper

ins .insurance

inspr inspector

June junction

lab laViorer

laund laundress

mchst machinist

mcht merchant

m m master meclianic

mdse merchandise

mess messenger

mech mechanic

mfg manufacturing

mfr manufacturer

mkr maker

mkt market

mgr manager

N or n north

ne northeast

nr near

ns northside

nw northwest

off olHce

opp opposite

opr operator

pass passenger

photgr photographer

phys. physician

plbr plumber

P. O post-oflice

pres president

princ 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

slum salesman

slsdy saleslady

ss southside

So Ry Southern Railway

S A. L Seaboard

Air Line

St street

steno stenographer

St. Ry street railway

supt superintendent

sw southwest

tchr teacher

tel telegraph

tkt ticket

trav agt traveling agent

treas treasurer

W or w west

whol wholesale

wid widow

wks works

ws westside

W. E West Bnd

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Prefatory.



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# The Maloney Directory Com])any present to the

r citizens of Raleigh and public in general their 1899-
1£00 Raleigh City Directory, with the firm belief that
in point of information, reliability and completeness it
will give entire satisfaction and reflect credit upon the city. In
the canvass for the names of the citizens we have followed the
rule adopted in all other cities in which we publish, i. e., we did
not stop at the city limits proper or any imaginary line, but have
embraced all the territory, viz. : Oberlin, Caraleigh, Pilot Mills,
Brooklyn, West Raleigh, East Raleigh, Method, and all other
territory tributary to the city. We find the nearest average num-
ber throughout the different streets of the city, to each name
occupying space in the directory to be " three " to the white pop-
ulation and three and one-half to the colored (the average used
in nearly all cities in the South).

We have recorded from A to Z of the general directory (both
white and colored), 8,924 names. Consequently, at the average
stated above, Raleigh has to-day a population (including suburbs)
of 27,972.

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

Respectfully,
THE MALONEY DIRECTORY CO.,
Proprietors and Publishers.

Julius Holderman, Mngr.



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.



LEADING BUSINESS HOUSES OF RALEIGH.



Acme Machine Works 136

Aetna Life, bottom lines.
Alford, Bynum & Ohristojjhers,
back cover.

Allen & Oram Machine Co 139

Anticephalalgine 13

Ashe. College for Girls and Young

Women 305

Asheville Gazette 9

Association of American Directory

Publishers 5

Atlanta & West Point Railway . . . 273

Barnes & King 80-81

Benedict, Geo. H & Co 13

Bingham's School 320

Blake's Stables, center lines.
Blickensderfer (Tiie), side lines,

front and Vjack cover.
Bobbitt-Wynne Drug Co., top lines,

front fly-leaf.
Boushall,' J. D., bottom lines.
Bridgers. .Tohn E., bottom lines.
Brigg-*, Thos. H. & Sons, bottom

lines.
Broughton, J. M. & Co., center

lines.
Brown, J. M., back cover
Capital City Printing Co., back-
bone.

Carrollton (The) 78-300

Central Hotel, Charlotte, front fly-
leaf.
Citizens National Bank, top lines.
Commercial & Farmers Bank, cen-
ter lines.
Cooper Bros., inside front cover.
Cross & Linehan, bottom lines.

Daily Citizen (The) 8

Drewry, Jno. 0., bottom stencil
edge.

Dunston, Nelson 320

Durham Hotel 79

Durliam Sun 10

Elducational Bureau 1/6

Edwards A Broughton 96-97

Everett Piano Co 161

Excelsior Steam Ldry, center lines.
Ferrall, J. R. & Co., bottom lines.
Field, Alex J , front cover.
Franklin Prtg. & Pub. Co 11-12

Gates Desk Co 321

(reorgia Southern & Fla. Ry 15

Getaz, D. & Co 186

Giersch's, R. F 187

Guthrie,.!. O. & Co. ..-. 193

Harding, Wm. T., bottom lines.

Harris, D. W. C 194

Harvard Piano Co 145

Holdt & BuUington 401



Home Life Ins. Co 193

Hughes, W. H., inside front cover.

Iron Mountain Route 256

Johnson, Jas. I 13

Johnson, T. B 210

Johnson & Johnson, center lines.

King, O. G., druggist 79

Lindsey, A. E. S 223

McDonald, C. C, front cover.

McAdoo House . 79

Mann, W. B 227

Mechanics Dime Savings Bank,

front cover.
Mechanic-; & Investors Union, top,
front stencil and front fly-leaf.

iNIichelow, A 232

Mills Mfg. Co 233

Montague, B. F., back cover.

Morning Post (The) 385

Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. Y 192

Mutual Reserve Fund Life Associa-
tion, side lines.
Natl. Bank of Raleigh, front cover.
New Hotel Jackson (The), side lines

and 144-160

News and Observer 384

Normal & Collegiate Institute 304

Oak City Steam Ldry, bottom lines.

O'Quinn, J. L. & Co 81-400

Otey, W. G. tt Son 357

Pearson & Ashe, center lines.
Penn Mutual Life, front cover.

Pool, Florence, Mrs 251

Presbyterian Publishing Co.. . . 112-113
Raleigh Christian Advocate, back

cover.
Raleigh Marble Works, 2d cover.
Raleigh Svgs Bank (The), top lines.
Robbins' Stables, bottom lines.
Rose & Barrett, top lines.
Southern Bell Tel. Co.. side lines.
Southern Book Exchange, 3d cover.
Southern Railway, side lines and. . 272
Southern Tobacco Co.. back fly-
leaf.

Southern Wall Paper Co 272

State Normal & Indus'l College 208-209
Steinm-'tz, H., 2d cover,

Sutton, Fred A 277

Texas & Pacific Railway 257

Thomson, Frank K., center lines.

Times-Visitor 14

Union Furniture Co., back fly-leaf.

Upchurch & Holder 4(30

Uzzell, E. M 8J

Walters, G. N., side lines.

AVildes, Chas. D 292

Wynne, Ellington ct Co., top lines.
Zachary & Zachary, side lines.



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ORGANIZED NOVEMBER, 1898,
...OFFICERS...

President, DAVID B. GOULD, St. Louis.

First Vice-President, R. L. POLK, Detroit.

Second Vice-President, W. E. MURDOCK, Boston.
Secretary, W. H. BATES, New York.

Treasurer, REUBEN H. DONNELLEY, Chicago.

. . . TRUSTEES ...

DAVID B. GOULD, St. Louis. R. L. POLK, Detroit.

W. E. MURDOCK, Boston. W. H. BATES, New York.

REUBEN H. DONNELLEY,Chicago. A.G. WRIGHT, Milwaukee-
W. H. LEE, New Haven. J. H. HILL, Richmond, Va.

B. D. ANNEWALT, Cleveland.

The Objects of the Association are as Follows :

FIRST: To improve the directory business by the inter-change
of ideas, and by the exchange of competent employees.

SECOND: To protect the public against fraudulent advertis-
ing schemes, operated under the name of directories, and to drive
such publishers out of the business.

THIRD: To provide permanent and continuous employment
for honest and faithful directory canvassers.

FOURTH : For the mutual advancement of the established and
prospective interests of all who may become members of the
association.



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HOT SPRINGS, ARK.



1> ARLINGTON HOTEL

V S. H. STITT, Pres., LYMAN T.
r HAY, Mgr.

Open all the year round. Illus-
trated pamphlet sent on application.

HOT SPRINGS, ARK.



AVENUE HOTEL

A. R. Smith, I'res. is: Mgr. Re-
modeled and Refitted throughout.
Kates furnished upon application.



►> CHARLOTTE, N. C.



CENTRAL HOTEL

SPEKRY cS: LUCAS, Proprs.
W. B. Sperry, Mgr , late of Macon, Ga.
Accommodations First Class. Head-
11 quarters for Commercial Men.

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i> ASHEVILLE, N. C.



Y> THE BATTERY PARK

E. M. McKlSSlCK, Manager.

Leading Hotel of Asheville.

KATES S2 50 AND UP.

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WILMER HOTEL

VINCENP & kAoUL, Proprs.
Rates $2.00 per dav.



'^ SHERMAN, TEXAS.
BINKLEY HOUSE

FRANK ELLSWOKTH, Propr.
The Leading Hotel of Sherman.



ASHEVILLE, N. C.



KENILWORTH INN

L. A. Kri'TREDGE, Manager.

Open Ihroughout the Year.

Write for Booklet.



ATLANTA, GA.



KIMBALL HOUSE

JOSEPH THOMPSON, Proprietor.

GEO. W. SCOVILLE, Manager.

.American Plan, $2 50 o S5 00 per day.

Eurorean Plan, Si. 00 to S3. 00 per day.

Headquarters for Coininercial Men.



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AUGUSTA, GA.



ARLINGTON HOTEL

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

ANNISTON, ALA.



THE CALHOUN

R. H. FORMAiN, Proprietor.

Headquarters tor Commercial Men.

"Sample Rooms."

HOT SPRINGS, ARK.

GAINESVILLE, TEX. ^



TURNER COTTAGE \^

EDGAR TURNER, .Manager. f'

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STATE SPECIALS.

DAILY RALESGH LETTER.



Advertising rates given on application.

Address THE CITIZEN COMPANY,

ASHEVILLE, N. C



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Morning paper read, in part, because
hastily; forgotten in the rush of business
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throughout after business hours, in the leis-
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g J. A. ROBINSON, Proprietor and Editor..



ADVERTISINi RATES Olf APPLICATION.




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ATLANTA, GA.

State Printers and Publishers.



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HPPENDIX.

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
(Executive Department)

President — Hon William McKinley, of Ohio.
Vice-President — Garret A Hobart, of New Jersey.
Secretary of State — Jolm Hay, of Indiana.
Secretary of Treasury — Lyman J Gage, of Illinois.
Secretary of Navy — John B Long, of Massachusetts.
Secretary of War — Russell A Alger, of Michigan,
Secretary of Interior — Cornelius M Bliss, of N Y.
Postmaster General — Chas Emory Smith of Penn.
Attorney General — John W Griggs, of New Jersey.
Secretary of Agriculture — James Wilson of Iowa.
Inaugurated March 4, 1897. Term four years.

UNITED STATES OFFICIALS

United States Postoffice and Courthouse, Fayette-
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