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LIBRARY 



Univepsityof Kot»th Carolina. 

Endowe<l by the Dialectic and Philanthropic 
Societies. 

Call No 



i,\\1.os 



'4^ 



1^1 ©1^ 



AYXJ-^»<^^5 i>^. b. 



May be consulted in person or by letter in regard to 



Diseases h^E. 



FOR USE ONLY IN 

And Ohroiiii the north Carolina collec 



f' 



J. B. HU 




CORKER HIG 

PORTS! 

Will Sell in the Markets of N 
A.iid all Mi 

(®* Liberal advancements n 
tion paid to purchase of mercl 



Farm No. A-368 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Ill 



'\ * WITH V^ 

HART & LEWIS, 



Rd. ii FajelteviUe 81reeL Ai 

RALEIGH, N.O. I NEWBERN, N.O. 



DEALERS IN 




HARDWARE, 

AND CUTLERY, 

/OOD & HOLLOW WARE, 

CROCKERY, 

^ GLASS and CHINA WARE. 



^% 




Iron and Steel, Hoop Iron, Buggy &Gar[iage Materials, 




Builders Materials, 

NAILS, 

Bkksmiths', Carpen'.ers' and 

OTHER TOOLS, 

^^ Broad and Chopping Axes, 




ffl'tErn 






'Wi 



Window-Glass, Paints, &c., 

f lllIiBIli 

Plated Castors, Spoons and Forks. 

0OOKING ^TOVES f ' " . 

Various Patterns. >^^]5^— • And Parlor Stoves, 



3'«-«» €% IRi "p. irrt'andlesticks, Q-uns and Pistols, 
KittrelV 



Vi 



17 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Best Remedy known for 



Nervous Debility, Flatulency, 

LOSS OF APPETITE, WEAKNESS OF DIGESTIVE ORGANS, 

AND ALL 

Diseases of a DeDressing Nature. 



They are Especially Beneficial in a 



RELAXED CONDITION OF THE SYl^TE 



After an attack of Fi v r, and Fever and Ague, and in aU 



lf©iT@m'^ ©@apMi®t® @t l©aiLl©®« 



PREPARED FROM PURE DRUGS, 

And Warranted lieliable by 

C. M. FLINN Pharmaceutist, 

Form. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



KITTRELL'S SPRINGS 




Granville County, N. 0. 



'pHE EXERCISES of this Institvition open regvilarly the 

Second Wednesday in February, 

AND CONTINUE FORTY WEEKS. 

Pupils can thus spend tlie Summer at this most HealtMulEesort 



Pupils Received at Any Time, and Charged from Day of Entrance. 



.^ 



,<^ 



^UK I^ATALOGUE rOK THE ^RESENT 0EAK 

ill Wamlgs IFtailF MQ) ®@ai^ii 
THIS FACT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF ! 



We are on the great line of travel leading North and South, within less than 
half a mile of KITTRELL'S DEPOT, Raleigh & Gaston R. R. 



mm s 



Can receive here a thorough education, and at the same time 

A RESTORATION OF THEIR HEALTH. 
TERMS MODERATE AND ACCOMMODATING. 



Occur Annually the 1st Wednesday and Thursday in July. 

Address 



Kittrell's Springs, N. C 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



VII 



BST^^IBI-jISZIEID 1849. 



f) 



Nos. 11 &0 13, Front St., 

WILMINGTON, N. O. 



m 



i^ 



DEALER IN 



Teas, Coffees, Su|afs, Wines, Liquors, Gigafs, 



ASBURT & RUDISILL, 



'IISl 



m^- 



o:H:.A.:E=Li-aOTTEi, isr. o. 

^LL #OKK IN #UK t|lNE ^ONE ^^^KOMPTLY 



And in the Best Style. 



-wii-.nvni:isr o-T02sr 

ale M)i Jfmak Jig^ ^t\aal 



pki:ncipai.s. 
mrs. laura rothwell. | prof. emile sternberg. 



ASSISTANTS. 
MISS M. C. ROTHWELL. MISS C, T. ROTHWELL. MISS H. P. ROTHWELL- 



Till 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 






TOIIC BITTERS 

SHOULD BE XJSI:D 



It is a Preventative to 



Billious Fever, Chills and Fever, Liver Comp UMJ, 

Jaundice, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, and 

General Debility. 

1. It operates gently on the Bowels. 

2. It produces Healthy Secretion. 

3. It excites the Appetite. 

4. It invigorates Digestion. 

5. It moderately increases the temperature of the body 
and powers of circulation, and acts as a general coroborant 
of the system. 

IT IS A CERTAIN CURE FOR 

Diarrhoea, or Looseness of the Bowels, and in 
Cholera Infantum, in Children Teething, 

If Given in Due Time, Never Known to Fail ! 



DIHEOTIOIsrS. 

For Adults, ns a Prcventative;---Half a wine glass just before dinner. 

As a cure in Chills and Fever, Hemorage of the Lungs, or Diarrhoea, take it three 
times a day. 

For Children, six or'eight months old, one-half teaspoonful in two table spoonsful of 
water, sweetened to make it palatable, once or twice a day. Increase the doee accord- 
ing to age and violence of attack. But in all cases of Janndice, the Liver being very 
torpid, you should take a good active dose of medicine the night before you take the 
tonic. Next morning, jifter the first operation, take a half wine glass of the Tonic. 

Prepared and sold by Rev. M. BOBBINS, 

Wilmington, N. 0. 
C^* For sale by Druggists generally. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



IX 



,e Wite@)a 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Wt,i 










FOR WHOLESALE and RETAIL TRADE, 



Prices as Low as in any Market North or South. ^=^^ 



J. B. POULSON & GO'S 




MAIN STREET, 
Wyatt's Old Stand, 

SALISBURY, N. C. 



JOSEPH MASTEN, 



affiaiii at la 



^ 



^11 Bnsiness P^romptly A-ttended to. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



XI 



J. A. THURSTON, 



DEALER IN 



Boots 




Shoes. 



Ladies' and. Gentleraen's 

Fine Boots and Shoes made to Order. 

All Goods from this House Warranted. 



M. GRAUSMAN, 




t 





1 




Fayetteville Street, 

RALEIG-H, N. C. 

CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, READY-MADE CLOTHING and GENTS' FURNISHING 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 



Wm. H. Johnston, 

t.^i=l:oo:flc>% :iNr. o. 

Collections Pro mptly ^tten de d to. 



XII 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



i(m 



^1 



DANVILLE, YA., 

■WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 




eHciiUH, 



rugs, 

PAINTS. OILS. DYE-STUFFS. PERFUMERY and FANCY ARTICLES. 

Fine Wines, Brandies & Whiskey. 



J. A. WILLIAMSON, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Carriages, ^^ Bockaway s 

All kinds of Repairing done promptly. Orders solicited. 

TABBOBO', N, C. 



\ 



^^ ^ot 



Corner Maiket and Second Streets, 
WILMINQTON, N 






0. 



The Proprietors of this Hotel will spare no pains to make the stay 
of their guests pleasant, as they are determined that in no respect shall 
it be excelled by any House in the City, and therefore feel confident 
that they can give entire satisfaction to all their patrons. 



N. FREDERICK, 



Proprietors- 
A. S. C. POWELL, ' 

Bao-crafre Transported Free of Cliarge. 



J 



ADVERTISEMENTS. XIII 



A. A. ilOFFITT. W. D. ilOFFITT. JOHN il'LAURIX. 

WIOFFITT, BRO. & CO., 

GENERAL 

dlommiBsioii lltrtljaitts, 

^^ORTH WATER STREET, 

Will give prompt personal attention to sale and shipment of 

Cotton,i\a\al Stores, General Froiluce, &Cm &c. 

Also, to receiving and forwarding goods. Orders solicited and promptly filled. 



^ G. B. LIPSCOMB, 
Livery, Sale and Exchange Stables, 

TORBORO', N. C. 
Passengers Conveyed to any portion of the St Je. 



LIVERY, SALE AND EXCHANGE 








CHARLOTTE, N, 0. 

Oi3posite To^vii- Clock, '^lain Street. 



XIV 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A. A. McKETHAN & SONS, 



I ^ Iwi 



FATETTEVILLE, N. 0. 



HAVE NOW ON HHND A VEEY LARGE STOCK OF 



>g 



S 



CafMpsJichfiijiS, 

BUaaiES AND HARNESS AT 

^"Particular attention paid orders. Descriptive Chart and Price List 
sent per mail upon application. 

|^=Prices as low as North or South, where good work is madej 




Middle Street, KEWBERSl, H. €. 



AMP 



^ ^^^ ^s^ ^^^1^ ^ ^^^ f) 
No. 26. Market Spare an] No. 11 Roanoke Avenue. 
:^<r OI^L I^ O Hi IKL, -v^^-, 

mPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALERIN 

ill iiSli All ICflSIi 

ESTABLISHED 1855. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



11^ 



(?il 



AT THE 



Daiiiiiirt Female Ciep 

LEisroiR, isr. c. 



Spring Term begins Feb 3 . Fall Term begins June 29,1868. 
For FLirtliei* Information 

St^s^Send for a Circular, addressing 

Rev. SAMVEL LADDER, A. M., Presideni. 



A. S. WEBB $c CO., 

tnxiii ^txt\}in\ts, 



11 



nm 



AND 



BY J. T.'TARRISS, 



SALISBURY, N. 0. 



XVI ADVERTISEMESTS. 



SOUTHERN 



School 




PUBLISHED BY 

R, STERLING & SON, Greensboro', N. 0. 
OWENS & AGAR, 110 William St., New York. 

This Series has received the approval and recommendation of the Committee on 
Spellers and Readeks of the Edueatioual Association of Virginia, North Carolina, 
South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas and Texas. 

Sterling's Southern Primer 

For the Children, Handsomely illustrated. 

Sterling's Southern Pictorial PriiHier, 

Profusely illustrated with beautiful wood cuts. 

Sterling's Southern Elementary Spelling Book, 

The Best Spelling Book now in use. 

Sterling's Southern First Reader, 

Pronounced by Teachers one of the best Primai-y Readers ever placed in the hands 
of a child. 

Sterling's Southern Second Reader. 

The lessons in this book have been carefully selected to suit the progress of the pupil ; 
and at the same time to furnish entertainment and instruction. 

Sterling's Southern Third Reader. 

In this volume all the most difficult words are defined. Each lesson is accompanied bv a 
dictation exercise for the purpose of teaching the pupil to spell and punctuate correct y. 

Sterling's Southern Fourth Reader. 

The Lessons possess high literary merit. Prominence is given to Southern Authors, South- 
ern History, Geography, aud Southern Scenes and incidents. 

Sterling's Southern Fifth Reader, 

Consistin'7 of the choicest gems of Literature, from both American and European Authors. 



STERLING'S SOUrHER^ ORATOR. 

riual of Elocution, containing selections from the best AmerJ 
)rs. 

Sterling's Southern Series of Writing Books. 



A Complete Manual of Elocution, containing selections from the best American and Euro- 
pean Authors. 



A Complete System of Penmanship, in Nine Numbers. 

Booksellers and Teachers furnished at New York 
Wholesale prices, by 



GreeixslDoro', N. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. XVII 




SALEM, N. C, 

ROBERT G-RAY, Proprietor. 

MANUrAOTURED POE WHOLESALE AND EETAIL. 
^^KINTING AND ^KAPPXNG l^^APEKS, 

At Cheapest Wholesale Prices. 

Williams & Murchison, 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

AND 

NOS. 13 & 14, WATER STREET, 

"Wilnaixxg-ton, ilNT. O. 



XVI 11 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



L. A. HART. 



WILMINGTON 



JOHN C. BAILEY. 



m& 



DD 




S 



FRONT STREET, BELOW MARKET ST., 

■Wilmliag-tozx, IST. 0_ 

HART & BAILEY, PROPRIETORS. 
Brass and Iron Castings, 

Fin.ish.ecl or UrLfiiiish.ecl. 

'New Machinery Made and Put up-Old Machinery Overhauled. 

ALL KINDS OF PATTERNS 




e-- 



Will Supply Drafts of all kinds of Machinery and Mill Work Generally. 

Also. TURPFNTINE STILLS and COPPER WORK in all its Branches. 

All Work warranted to be as represented. Orders respectfully solicited. 



A, ADRIAN. 



H. VOLLERS. 



Wliolesale Dealers in 

IMPORTERS OF 

Havana and German Cigars, 




AND 



South East Corner Dock and Piont Sts,, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



XIX 



^ 



o 



^"^^'Lop. 



^ 




No. 6, ISTortli Front Street, 

WILMINGTON, N. 0. 



'3 



SCHOOL AND OPPIOE STATIONERY, 
^ISCKLLANKOUS I^XOOKS, ^^KOTOGKAPH ^^LBUMS, 



I. B. DAVIS, 



DEALER IN 




li@mft ^m 



g (%3^^9 



A LARGE STOCK 



OF ALL THE 



WARES 



In our line of business, 



lli:^"Prompt attention given to all work ordered. 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 



XX ADVERTISEMENTS. 



H. F GRAINGER, 

Sltorn^S antr Sounsdbr at |ato, 

I^IInTSTOIST, IST- o. 

Collections Promptly attended, to. 



ORANGE HOTEL, 

HILLSBORO', ISr. O. 
A. P. STROUD, Proprietor. 



WALTOM HOUSE, 

MORGANTON, N. C, 



in u 



Morganton is a pleasant summer resort, on account of 
the G-ood Water, Salubrious air and Mountain Scenery. 

1 ffli ^ o nkwm m ^ww^ §^ €X w? si 



Supplied at Small Cost. 



frncE or tkk 0^ski:ville iItage i|iN]e 

At the ^Walton House. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XXI 



Established 1850. 



WEINSTEIN 9c BRO 



Wlaolesale and Retail Dealers in. 





CLOTHING, 

HATS, CAPS, 

BOOTS, SHOES, 

Ladies' &GentsTi]niishiDg Goods 

Notions, Caps, &c- 
Corner ofPolloJc and 3Hddle Streets, I 




THE LAKGEST STOCK OF 

^ Jif 111 411 ffi4f f llil 



^jim 



IN THE STATE. 



IW BEDSTEADS at Wholesale at New York Cost and Freight added. 
Price Lists furnished on application. 

0. A. NELSON & CO., 

Craven St., nSTewbern, IST. O. 



LONG & McCAULEY, 



DE.\LERS IN 



BOOTS & SHOES, NOTIONS, &c. ' 



XXII 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E. A. VOG-LER. A. F. PFOHL. 

VOGLER & CO., 

SHOE MiiFACTOM, 

SA.LEM, :tT. C. 



Jerrell's Hotel, 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 
MONLIFF JERRELL, Proprietor. 

A-gent for _A.sh.boro' Stage. 



is/COOFt.iisrc3-'s 

HACK ^ LINE. 






HIGH POINT,™ Ashbofo' and Cartha|e, to Jonesbofo', 

ON THE ^VESTERN RAILROAD. 

Leave HIGH POINT on Mondays and Thursdays. Leave JONESBORO' on Tuesdays and Saturdays. 



I),ai 



*fl $2?l 



m 



To and From 



High Point and Salem, 

CONKECTWG WITH PASSENGER TRAINS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XXIII 



CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



ITi ..A^ O XJ I_i T ^^ 



Rev. A. G. STACY, A. M. 
Presidant, and Professor of Mental and Moral Science, and Belles Lettres. 

JAMES L. JONES, A, M., 

(Late President Southern Female College,) 

Professor of Mathematics, Natural Science, and Ancient Languages. 

J. FEEDEEICK RUECKEET, 

Professor of Music, Vocal and Instrumental 

MONSIEUE A. GAGNIEE, 
(Late of the College de deKouen, France,) Professor of French. 

JOHNSON B. JONES, M. »., 
Lecturer on Anatomy, Physiology and Hygene. 

MRS. ANNA L. WAEEEN, 

Assistant in Music. 

MES. EMILT 1. MOOEE, 

Instructress in Drawing, Painting, etc. 

MISS MAET T. LEE, 
Instructress in Literary Department. 

MES. EMMA L. ETJECKEET, 
Principal of the Primary Department 

MES. 0. F. STACY. 

Superintendent of Social and Domestic Duties. 



T :e^ TJ S O? El IB s 



Maj. C. DOWD, CHAiRiiAN. Col. J. Y. BRYCE, Secy & Treas. 



Key. a. M. Shipp, D. D., 

Eev. W. a, Gamewell. 

Rev. C. Muechison, 

Rev. J. W. North, 

Rev. E. J. Meynardie, A. M., 

Rev. W. C. Power, 

Rev. N. Aldrich, 



Prof. G. F. Round, A. M., 
Rev. a. G. Stacy, A. M., 
W. J. Yates, 
Hon. J. H. Wilson, 
Gov. Z. B. Vance, 
Col. T. H. Beem, 



Dr. C. J. Fox, 
Capt. John Wilkes, 
W. M. Mills, 
M. L. Wriston, 
Col. C. M. Ray. 
Wm. T. Shipp, 
T. D. Gillespie. 



>es=- For particulars, address THE PRESIDENT. 



XXIV 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




. BKANSON'S 

NORTH CAROLINA 

BusoEss Directory, 

FOR 1867-8, 
CONTAmiNG FACTS, FIGURES, NAMES AND LOCATIONS, 



REVISED AND CORRECTED ANNUALLY. 



A Directory is on the principle of a Railroad. 
Itlshortens Time and Space, and greatly facilitates BnsinesB Transactions. 



RALEIGH : 

BRANSON & JONES, PUBLISHERS, 

{SuccEssoKS TO Branson, Faerab & Co.) 
No. 15, Fayette ville Street. 



Entered According to Act of Congress, in the Year 1867, in the Clerk's Office of 

the District Court of the United States, for the Pamlico 

District of North Carolina. 



MIOUOLf), «OBMAN i NEATUEBT, PBINV. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. XXV 

SOUTHERN DRY GOODS HOUSE. 

[ESTABLISHED IN 1853.] 

HEDRICK klXkl 

No. 7, Nortli Front Street, 

WILMINGTON, N. C, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Jobbers of 






IC 

LADIES' DRESS aOODS, 

AND 

.pMBKOIDKKIES Or THE ^^ATEST ^TYLES. 



ADDITIONS TO OUR STOCK ARE BEING CONSTANTLY RECEIVED 

PER STEAMER AND EXPRESS, 

AND FROM OUR 



*miiMg mw]^ms-mmm^^^ 



Merchants will be supplied at lowest Wholesale Prices, 



JOHN,J. HEDRICK, ) .j^i- n j JAMES. H. EYAN, 



XXVI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHN W. ATKINSON.; A. B. SHEPPEBSON. 




& mpfi^ 



QENERAL 



% 



CDimnissioii ^frcljaiits, 

Agents Bait, and Wilmington Steamship Line. 

ALSO, FIRE, MARINE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS, 

"Wllnalng-ton, 3Sr. O. 



HEISTDERSON 





AT HENDERSON, NORTH CAROLINA, 

On the Raleigh and G-aston Railroad. 



FRED. A. FETTER, A. M., 



PRINCIPAL 



Course of Study designed to prepare boys for any Uni- 
versity, or for business. 

Students board with the Principal on Moderate Terms. 

Ml^^ Refers to the gentlemen of the Faculty of the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina, with which Institution he was 
connected for six years as Tutor. 

Circulars sent on Application. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



XXVU 



TRIIITI COLLEGE, 



NOHTH OA^KOLIISrA^. 



Q) 



3) i^<a ^'^9) 



lE^I^ElSinDEllSIT. 



TUITION, $40 TO $65 PER ANNUM. 



BOARD, $12 PER MONTH. 



IBoys of SLxry .A^gr© 



RECEIVED IN THE 



11 



THE POST OFFICE IS 

"TRINITY COLLEGE." 



XXTIII ADVERTISEMENTS, 



Bertlei, Millar & Ci, 



Wholesale Dealers in 



16 West Main Street, 

Kezt to Exchange National Bank, 
L. BERKLEY. W. M. MILLAR. J. W. GRAND Y, po,n„,rly of N. C. 

H. V. NIEMEYER, 

Commission Mercliant, 



AND DEALER IN 



lumber, froHsmns, ^all, €mI 

Naval Stores, 

Super Phosphate, Bone Phosphate, 

AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF 

PORTSMOUTH, YA. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XXIX 



REY. C. W. WESTBROOK. Q. W. ALBRIGHT. DR. W. M. ALBRIGHT. 



Iirtlfff 




(Formerly Col-Alto.) 

We cultivate and have on sale a choice selection of 

FRUIT TREES, 






rifi\ 



lsi)ir^ 



STRAWBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, 



bmf) @^'52)® 



f 



^11 



>M 



111 






Were established by C.W.Westbrook & G. W. Albright, in the Autumn of 1865, 

under the name of Col-Alto, six and a half miles north of Greensboro. 

Having under their control a large portion of the 

West Green Nurseries and Gardens, 

And a large bearing Orchard on the . Nursery site, with a 

Nursery Store and Office in Greensboro', 

The proprietors are well prepared to furnish the Southern people with the 
best Nursery Stock. 

NovEMBEE is the best planting season. Orders solicited during the Sum- 
mer and Fall seasons. Prices much lower than last year. 
^^' Catalogues sent to applicants who enclose a postage stamp. 

ADDRESS, 

WESTBROOK & CO., 

(Box 66,) 
GBEENSBOBO', N. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XXXI 



Masonic jMIutLial 



PRINCIPAL OFFICE : NEWiBERNE, N. C. 




BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



D. T. CARRAWAY, President. 
A. T. Jerkins, R. H. Rountree,^ s 






I. DiSSOSWAY, E. HUBBS, 

S. Blagg, F. C. Roberts, 

F. M. Harper, 
S. H. Rountree, Kinston. 

G. W. Dill, Morehead City. 
T. W. De-wey, Charlotte. 
Dr. W. G. Hill, Raleigh. 

J. P. DILLINGHAM, Sec. & Treas. 



II 



For Explanatory Circnlars send to the Secretary k Treasurer, or to either of the Directors. 



GEO. M. ROSE, 



lEY AT 




FA.YETTEVILLE, N. C. 

Will attend promptly to all Business 
Entrusted to his Care. 



COLLECTIONS MADE 

Xiol suLl jpSbTt^ or tlxo St^to. 



XXXII 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SELE CT 



BoAMiic Ai Dai 

HILLSBORO', N. C. 



MISSES If ASH AND MISS KOLLOCK, 

IF'rliaoixDals. 



X ilkAx 



SCHOOL, 



The FALL SESSION begins the Third Monday in July, and the 
SPRING SESSION the First Monday in January of each year. 



Catalogues furnished on application. 



PUBLISHERS' NOTICE. 



North Carolina is a large State and sparsely inhabited. 
In the Directory we have endeavored to locate the Business 
Men and Public Institutions, and thus facilitate communication. 
By the aid of this book, any particular class of men, or all 
the leading Business Men of the State, may be addressed with 
certainty and dispatch. In this way we hope to concentrate 
the minds of the people and obviate some of the inconveniences 
of a scattering population. 

The First Edition, though not by any means so extensive 
as we desired, was received with much favor. 

This Edition is much larger, representing the Counties 
alphabetically, from Alamance to Yancey, Eighty-nine in all. 

The Names are classified under each County, so as to make 
the reference convenient and easy. 

The running heads at the tops of the pages will be found 
of great convenience. 

Any omissions or mistakes, as to initials or spelling names, 
will he cheerfully corrected in the next Edition. 

Many Statistics will be found in this work, never before 
attempted in this State. 

We call especial attention to the Colleges, Mines and 
Manufactories. The names of Churches and Pastors, also, will 
be of much interest to Ministers of the different Denom- 
inations. 

The Map on the second page locates the ^Mineral resources 
of the State, and is worthy of careful attention. 

Our Agents will accept special compliments for services 
rendered. 

We also acknowledge the kindness of a number of gentle- 
men, in Official positions, who have aided us in our very 
tedious and laborious work. 

BRANSON & JONES. 



UN D E X . 



INDEX TO COUNTIES. 

The Counties are given alphabetically, (see head lines over 
each page,) and under each County the classes are arranged in the 
following order : 



1. County Officers. 

2. City Officers. 

3. CoUeges and Schools. 

4. Churches and Pastors. 

5. Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

6. Lawyers. 

7. Manufactories. 



8. Merchants. 

9. Ministers. 

10. Mines. 

11. Mills and Owners. 

12. Physicians. 

13. Post Offices and Post Maater: 



INDEX TO GENERAL DIEECTOEY. 

Abbeeviations.— Bap. Baptist; Epis. Episcopal; Meth. Methodist; Chris. Cliristian; N. North: S. 
South; E. East; W. West; Col. Colored; St. Street; Mdse. Merchandise; Pres. President; Cl'k Clerk: 
Co. County or Company; Com. Mch't. Commission Merchant; Luth. Lutheran; Ger. Ref. German 
Bet. Between; Ft. Front. The others used are so palpable as not to need 



Beform; Cor. Corner; 
explanation. 

Auxiliary Bible Societies 119 

Agricultural Societies 122 

Banks, 122 

Brokers 122 

Board of Literature 122 

Board of Internal Improvement. . . . 122 

Battles 168 

Congress (Fortieth) 123 

Courts (Quarterly) 125 

Courts ( Superior 127 

Courts, Supreme of N. C, 128 

Court, Superior, Judges of 128 

Court, U. S. Circuit of K C, 129 

Court, U. S. District for N. C 129 

Court, U. S. Supreme for N. C.,... 129 

Colleges and Academies 129 

Convention of 1868 129 

Commissioners of Affidavits N. C. . . 166 

Com. Affidavits for other States 167 

Cemeteries (U. S.) 161 

Cemeteries (Confederate) 161 

Dental Association 149 

Electoral College for 1868 158 

Factories (Cotton) 182 

Factories (Woolen) 132 

Forts 161 

Governors of North Carolina 130 

Government of North Carolina. . . . 132 

Government of the U. S 137 

Immigration in 1867 167 

Libraries in the U. S 155 

Mines 133 

Medical Society of N. C 155 

Medical College 155 

Masonic Lodges 146 

Nurserymen 139 

North Carolina Publications 140 

Newspapers in North Carolina 144 



Number of Pounds to the Bushel. . 161 

Officers of Grand Lodge 149 

Odd Fellowship in the U. S 155 

Officers Grand Lodge, 1788 to 1868. 156 

Public Works and Institutions. . . 134 

Products in 1860 139 

Popular Vote for President 163 

Returns of Election 1867 135 

Rates of Postage 137 

Real Estate 1867 138 

Scale of Depreciation 137 

Solicitors in North Carolina 128 

Stamp Act 159 

State Governments 162 

Temperance Societies 165 

Taxes of 1867 145 

Railroads. 

Atlantic and North Carolina R. R. . . 150 

Chatham R. R 150 

Charlotte and So. Carolina R. R. .. 150 

Petersburg and Weldon R. R 150 

Tarboro Branch R. R 150 

N. C. Central R. R 151 

Raleigh and Gaston R. R 151 

Seaboard and Roanoke R. R 151 

Wilmington, Char, and Ruth. R. R. 152 

Piedmont R. R 152 

Wilmington and Weldon R. R 152 

Wilmington and Manchester R. R. . 152 

Western R. R 153 

Western N. C. R. R 153 

Navigation. 

Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal Co. 154 

Cape Fear Navigation Co 154 

Cape Fear and Deep River Naviga- 
tion Company 154 

Dismal Swamp Canal 154 

Roanoke Navigation Co 153 



INDEX. 



6 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



AGENCIES. 

Masonic Mutual Life Ins. Co. xxxi 

Connecticut Mut. Life Ins. Co. xcv 

Nason & Foster Lviii 

Geo. W. Nason Lviii 

Brooklyn Life Ins. Co 

BROKERS. 

Disosway, Guion & Co xiv 

P. A. AViley & Co XLViir 

Wilson & Shober Lxxii 

City Bank of Charlotte LX 

F. H. Sprague LViii 

BOOKSELLERS. 

R. Sterling & Son, Greensb'ro. XVI 

J. D. Love, Wilmington xix 

E. J. Hale & Sons lxxii 

Hall& West Lxv 

Branson & Jones Lxxiii 

BOOK BINDERIES. 

John Armstrong Lix 

W. R. Dicks xciii 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

J. B. Hunter & Co Ii 

W. H.Jones & Co x 

Mcffitt, Bro. & Co xiir 

■\Villiams & Murchison XVll 

Atkinson & Shepperson xxvi 

H. V. Niemeyer xxviii 

Russell & Ellis XLiv 

W. D. Smith & Co XLVlli 

Gwynn, Cotton & Co L 

C. G. Yates Liii 

Worth & Daniel Llil 

L. H. Adams liii 

Willard Brothers xxxiii 

Upchurch & Dodd Lvi 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Kittrells Female College V 

Mrs Rothwells School vii 

Davenport Female College. . . xv 

Mecklenburg Female College. xxiv 

Henderson Collegiate Inst. . . xxvi 

Trinity College xxvii 

Misses Nash & Miss KoUock. xxxii 

J. H. Horner's School xxxii 

Charlotte Female Institute. . xxxiv 

Thomasville Female College. xxxv 

Bingham School xxxix 

Military Academy xxxix 

Warrenton Female College . . XL 

Catawba High School XL 

Louisburg Male Academy. . . XL 

Table Rock Seminary Ll 

Institution Deaf and Dumb 

and Blind. LIV 

Louisburg Female College. , . lxv 



DRY GOODS, &c. 

W. S. Moore xcii 

Julius S. Ash & Co xc 

M. Rosenbaum xci 

M. Rountree & Co Last Gov. 

E. Camp XIV 

A. S. Webb & Co xv 

AVeinstein & Bro xxi 

Long & McCauley xxi 

Hedrick & Ryan xxv 

Berkley, Miller & Co xxviil 

E. A. Vogler, xxxv 

W. H. & R. S. Tucker & Co. xxxvr 

J. L. Fulkerson XLi 

McLean & Co 1st Cover 

A. Creech XLix 

DRUGS. 

G. B. Poulson & Co ix 

P. R.Jones & Co xii 

Davis & Hunter xci 

MacNair & Owen xcv 

FURNITURE. 

C. A. Nelson & Co xxi 

D. A. Smith xxxviii 

GROCERS. 

Geo. Myers vii 

Adrian & Toilers xviii 

Hell en & Williams xxxviil 

Bingham & Co L 

Upchurch & Dood lvi 

HOTELS. 

Macon House xc 

Tunstall House xcil 

Southern Hotel xciv 

Edgecombe House xciv 

City Hotel xii 

Jerrell's Hotel xxii 

Orange Hotel xx 

Walton House xx 

Planters Hotel xLi 

National Hotel xLiii 

Mountain Hotel xLix 

Winston Hotel xLix 

American Hotel L 

Simonton House l 

Granville House xc 

Frazer's Hotel Lxxil 

Barbee's Hotel LXiii 

Gaston Hosue LXI 

Griswold Hotel LXiii 

Mansion House LXI 

Weldon Hotel Lxi 

BlackweU House, Kittrel's. , . lxi 

Parker House Xviii 

Yarbrough House Lxii 

Exchange Hotel Lxn 



INDEX. 



HARDWARE. 

Hart & Lewis in 

I. B. Davis XIX 

Sutton & Childs XLiv 

Mitchell, Allen & Co 1st Cover 

HACK LINES. 

High Point to Jonesboro xxii 

High Point to Salem xxn 

JOB PRINTERS, 

J. W. Albright & Bro xLl 

Nichols, Gorman|& Neatheiy. viii 

JEWELERS. 

J. T. Farriss xv 

LAWYERS. 

Joseph Mastin ix 

W. H. Johnston xi 

H. F. Grainger. xx 

Geo. M. Rose xxxi 

Martin, Baker & Hinton xLiii 

J. AV. Payne xcii 

Walter A. Arontgomery xciv 

J. A. & S. T. TVilliams Last Gov. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

G. B. Lipscomb xiii 

J. W. Wadsworth xiii 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Durham Tobacco, R. F. Mor- 
ris & Son VI 

Carriages and Buggies, J. A. 

Williamson xii 

Carriages, Rockaways, &c., A. 

A. McKeethan & Song. . . xiv 

Wachovia Mills, R. Gray xvii 

Iron and Copper Works, Hart 

& Bailey xYiii 

Rock Island M'f g. Co xxx 

Green Swamp Co xxxvii 

Cotton Factory xLV 

McMannen's Smut Machine. . lii 

Chas. M. Stieff, Pianos lv 

Durh'm Tob'co, J. R. Green. Lxxxix 

Blank Books, W. R. Dicks. . . xciii 

Cabinet, Sash & Blinds, &c. . xciii 

Tin, Sheet Iron, &c xciv 

Saddle and Harness Lx 

Sash & Blinds ." . lx 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Asbury & Rudisill vn 

Westbrook Nurseries xxix 

Watson's Photograph Gallery. lvii 

Music Store, F. B. Maurice. . lvii 



MILLINER. 

Mrs. W. S. Moore xcil 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 

M. Grausman xi 

W. L. Fowler xli 

P. A. Wilson & Co IX 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Evangelical Lutheran XLii 

Norfolk Journal Lxiv 

Norfolk Day Book lxiv 

Wilmington Journal Lxxrv 

Roanoke News Lxxv 

Danville Register Lxxvi 

Danville Times LXYVi 

Land We Love Lxxvii 

American, Statesville Lxxviil 

Old North State & Watchm'n. Lxxix 

Episcopal Methodist Lxxx 

Fayetteville News Lxxxi 

Presbyterian Lxxxil 

Independent Press LXXV 

Journal of Commerce Lxxxiv 

Daily Rough Notes lxxxv 

Western Sentinel LXXXV 

Democrat Lxxxvi 

Square & Compass lxxxiii 

Virginian lxxxiii 

Sentinel Lxxxvil 

N. C. Standard Lxxxviii 

Carolinian LXXXVII 

Tarboro Southerner 

Henderson Index 

Warrenton Courier 

PATENT MEDICINES. 

Peruvian Bitters iv 

Southern Tonic Bitters viii 

Rosadalis xLVi 

Dr. Duffy's Tonic Mixture Ll 

PHYSICIANS. 

R. G. Barham il 

Thas. B. Carr, (Dentist) Li 

G. K. Bagby, (Dentist) xc 

RAILROADS. 

Atlantic & North CaroUna. . . Lxxi 

North Carolina Central Lxvii 

Through Line Wil. to Ral Lxvii 

Railroad Map Lxix 

Raleigh & Gaston Lxxii 

Seaboard Inland Air Line. . . . Lxx 
SHOE FACTORIES. • 

A^ogler & Co xxil 

J. A. Thurston xi 

Shelly Brothers & Co Last Cov. 



THE OLD NORTH STATE FOR EVER. 

Carolina! Carolina! Heaven's blessings attend her! 
While we live, we will cherish, protect and defend her; 
The gh the scorner may sneer at, and witlings defame lier, 
Our hearts swell with gladness, whenever we name her. 

Hurrah! Hurrah! the old North State for ever! 

Hurrah ! Hurrah ! the good old North State ! 

Though she envies not others their merited glory. 
Say, whose name stands the foremost in Liberty's story! 
Though too true to herself, e'er to croucli to oppression, 
Who can yield to just rule a more loyal submission? 
Hurrah, &c. 

Plain and artless her sons, but whose doors open faster. 
At the knock of the stranger, or the tale of disaster? 
How like to the rudeness of their dear native mountains, 
With rich ore in their bosoms, and life in their fountains."' 
Hurrah, &c. 

And her daughters, the Queens of the forest resembling, 
So graceful, so constant, yet to gentlest breath trembling. 
And true lightwood at heart, let the match be applied them, 
How they kindle and flame ? Oh, none know but who've tried them. 
Hurrah, &c. 

Then let all who love us, love the land that we live in, 
(As happy a region as on this side of Heaven,) 
Where Plenty and Freedom, Love and Peace smile before us, 
Raise aloud, raise together, the heart thrilling chorus ! 

Hurrah! Hurrah! the old North State forever! 

Hurrah ! Hurrah ! the good old North State ! 

William Gaston. 




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" " Messrs. Dowley, Conners & Co., 45 South St., New York. 

" " " J. S. Woodward's Sons, 28 North Front St., Phila. 

" '• " James Conner & Sons, Baltimore. 

" " Rev. Calvin H. Wiley, Greensboro, N. C. 

" " Jesse H. Lindsay, " " 

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Messrs. SAM'L BOLTON & Co. Ag'ts, 

PHILADELPHIA, Penn. 



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CROCKERY, LOOKING-GLASSES, WALL PAPER, 

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IS PLEASANT AND ACCESSIBLE, NEAR MEBANEYILLE, 
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POPULATION OF THE STATE IN 1860-902,022. 

45,000 Square Miles— 22 to the Mile. 



CAPITAL OF THE STATE: 

POPULATION IN 1860—4,780. 



ALAMANCE. 



ALAMANCE. 



ALA]\IANCS COUNTY. 

PoprLATioN IN 1860 11,852. 

County Seat— Geaham. 
J. T. IIuxTEK, Mayor. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, R. Y. jMcAden. 
Clerk County Court, W. A. Albright. 
Clerk Superior Court, Baker Gragson. 
Chairman County Court, Jesse Grant. 

Clerk and iMaster in Equity, ■ . 

Coroner, Dr. G. K, Foust. 
Register, T. G. JIcLean. 
Sheriff, W. J. IMurray. 
Surveyor, J. M. Patterson. 

Standard Keeper, . 

Trustee, . 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Bingham School, MebanevUle, Col. "Wm. 
Bingham, Principal. 

Graham Female Seminary, Graham, Rev. 
^V^. S. Long, Principal. 

Yf ilson School, Melville, Dr. John Wil- 
son, Principal. 

Graham Male Academy, Rev. A. Ciirrie, 
Principal. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Graham Church, Presbyterian, Graham, 
Archibald Currie, Pastor. 

Cross Roads Church, Pres., Pleasant 
Grove, A. G. Hughes, Pastor. 

Haw Fields Church, Pres., Melville, A. 
G. Hughes, Pastor. 

Mebaneville Church, Pres., Mebaneville, 
A. G. Hiighes, Pa.'stor. 

Melville Church, Pres. , Melville, Dr. Wil- 
son, Pastor. 

Stony Creek Church, Pres., Union Ridge, 
, Pastor. 

Union Church, Pres., Union Ridge, A. 
G. Anderson, Pastor. 

Phillips' Chapel, Pres., Jlelville, A. G. 
Hughes, Pastor. 

Graham Church, Christian, Graham, W. 
S. Long, Pastor. 

Company Shops Church, Chris., Compa- 
ny Shops, A. Isely, Pastor. 

Pro%ddenGe Church, Chris., Graham, E. 
"W. Beale, Pastor. 

McRay's Church, Chris., McRay's Store, 
E. W. Beale, Pastor. 

Shallow Foard Church, Chris., Compa- 
ny Shops, E. W. Beale, Pastor. 

Brownen's Church, Methodist, Compa- 
ny Shops, N. n. D. Wilson, Pastor. 



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ALAMANCE. 



ALEXANDER. 



Bethleham Church, Meth., Company 

Shops, A. Norman, Pastor. 
Bethel Church, IMeth., Clover Orchard, 

— Heath, Pastor. 

Concord Church, Meth., Sasapahaw, — 
Heath, Pastor. . 

Deep Creek Church, Meth., Big Falls, 
N H. D. Wilson, Pastor. 

Friendship Church, jMeth", Eock Creek, 

— Heath, Pastor. 

Hebron Church, Meth., Mount Willing, 

A. Norman, Pastor. 
Macedonia Church, Meth., McDaniel s, 

A. Norman, Pastor. 
Mt . Herman Church, Meth., McDaniel s, 

— Heath, Pastor. 

Mt. Zion Church, Meth., Pattersons 

Store, Wm. Linebury, Pastor. 
Rock Creek Church, Meth., Hock Creek, 

— Heath, Pastor. 

Salem Church, Meth., Saxapaha%v, A. 

Norman, Pastor. 
Shiloh Church, Meth., Morton's Store, 

A. Norman, Pastor. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Graham Hotel, Graham, Proprietor. 

Railroad Hotel, Co. Shops, Rev. W. B. 
Rowe, Proprietor. 



LAWYERS. 

Boyd, J. E., Graham. 
McAden, R. Y., Graham. 
Ruifin, T. jr., Graham. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bason & Son, Graham. 

Company Store, Co. Shops, G. McLean, 

Superintendent. 
Beale, E. W., McCray's Store. 
Hanner, Robt., Graham. 
Harden (P. R.) & Bro., Graham. 
Hunter, James T., Graham. 
Patterson, G. W., Graham. 
Spiers, — , Co. Shops. 
Scott (J. S. ) & Co., Mebaneville. 
Turrentine & Bro., Mebaneville. 
Worth & McMister, (A.) Co. Shops. 

MILLS AND MJLL OWNERS. 

Big Falls Mills, Big Falls, Murray & 
Bro., Proprietors. 

Lambeth's Mills, , Berry David- 
son, Proprietor. 

Newlin's Mills, Saxanahaw, J. Newlm& 
Sons, Proprietors. 

Ruffin's Mills, John W. Wood, Prop. 

Wilson's Mills, R. & A. WUson, Prop. 



MANUFACTORIES. 

Cane Creek Cotton Factory, Clover Or- 
chard, W. H. AVillard, Prop. 

Holt's Cotton Factory, Holt's Store, E. 
M. Holt & Sons, Prop. 

Granite Cotton Factory, Haw River, T. 
M. Holt, Props. 

Murray's Cotton Factory, Big Falls, W. 
J. & A. Jlurray, Props. 

Newlin's Cotton Factoiy, Saxapahaw, J. 
Newlin & Sons, Props. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Baker, R. H., Hurt's Store. 
Cobb, G. D., Co. Shops. 
Freeman, F. R., Saxapahav?. 
Foust, G. K., Graham. 
Graham, — , McCray's Store. 
McAuley, J. W., Pleasant Grove. 
Mebane, B. F., Mebaneville. 
]\Ioore, John A., Co. Shops. 
]\Iurphy^ John, Co. Shops. 
Ruffin, John K., Graham. 
Troy, M. E., Graham. 
Walker, John A., MelviUe. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Big Falls, T. R. Simpson, P. M. 
Company Shops, Geo. D. Boon, P. M. 
Clover Orchard, Henry Stone, P. M. 
Graham, J. B. JMcMurray, P. M. 
Haw River, ]\Irs. J. B. Randleman, P. I\L 

]\lebanevUle, , P. M. 

McDaniel's, , P. M. 

j\Ielville, , P. M. 

Patterson's Store, Mrs. A. A. Crutch- 
field, P. M. 
Pleasant Grove, Miss Long, P. M. 
Rock Creek, C. C. Curtis, P. M. 
Saxapahaw, , P. M. 



ALEXANDEE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 6,022. 

County seat— Tayloksville. 
COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Alex. M. Boyle. 

Clerk County Court, R. P. Mathews. 

Clerk Sup. Court, E. M. Stevenson. 

Chairman County Court, 

Clerk and Master in Eq. , H. T. Burke. 
Coroner, H. F. Tritt. 
Register, A. A. Hill. 
Rainger, N. A. Pool. 
Sheriff, Jas. P. Matthews. 

Siuweyor, •. 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, N. A. Moore. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



11 



ALEXANDER. 



ALLEGHANY. 



COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Cheoway Academy, Jas. B. Pool, A. B. 

Principal. 
York Institute, Col. J. W. Hawes and 

Nat. Reymon, Principals. 
Elk Shoal Academy, Rev. W. B. Beas- 

ley, and H. T. Burke, A. ]\r. Principals. 
L'nited Baptist Institute, at Taylorsville. 

Principal. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Antioch Baptist, R. L. Steel. 

Concord Baptist, 

Charity Baptist, Jacob Crouch. 
Liberty Grove Baptist, 
Little River, Baptist, Wm. Pool. 
Macedonia, Baptist, Jacob Crouch. 

Mt. Gilead, Baptist, 

Taylorsville Baptist, Taylorsville. 
Three Forks, Baptist, Jacob Crouch. 

Friendship, Lutheran, Timothy 3Ioses. 
Salem, Lutheran, 

Liberty, jSlethodist, 

Pisgah, Methodist, 

Rocky Spring, Methodist, 

Taylorsville, Methodist, at Taylorsville. 

Union, ]\Iethodist, 

Upper Pisgah, Methodist, 

Taylorsville, Presbyterian, Taylorsville, 

S. C. JMillen, D. D., Pastor. 
Salem, Presbyterian, Pastor. 

HOTELS. 

Tsylorsville Hotel, Hiram James, Pro'r. 

LAWYERS. 

Boyle, Alex. N., Taj^orsville. 
Dula, Thos. J., Taylorsville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Linney, "W. C, South Yadkin Store. 

Long, Geo. W. , Little River. 

Lowe, Miss Mary J., Confectionery &c., 

Taylorsville. 
Smith, (H. L. ) & Co., York Institute 

and Taylorsville. 
Stevenson, Carson & Co., TaylorsvOle. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Bells Mills and Wool Carding, Taylors- 
ville, D. H. Bell, Proprietor. 

Bostian's Mills, Taylorsville, David Bos- 
tian. Proprietor. 

Davis' ?Jills, Taylorsville, James L. Da- 
vis, Proprietor. 



Deal's Mills, York Institute, NoaTi J. 

Deal, Proprietor. 
Hunter's Mills, Stony Point, Ileniy F. 

Hunter, Proprietor. 
Stewart's Mills, Taylorsville, Thomas 

Stewart, Proprietor. 
Yv^att's ]\Iills, Taylorsville, W. Watts, 

Proprietor. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Boot & Shoe Shop, Taylorsville, F. M. 
Herman, Proprietor. 

Boot & Shoe Shop, TaylorsvUle, L. Her- 
man, Proprietor. 

Boot & Shoe Shop, Taylorsville, J. W. 
Matthews, Proprietor. 

Buggy & Carriage Shop, Taylorsville, 
J. P. Lawrence, Proprietor. 

Cotton Factory, Taylorsville, Boyle & 
Jones, Proprietors. 

Saddle & Harness Shop, Taylorsville, 
J. P. Thompson, Proprietor. 

Saddle & Harness Shop, Stony Point, 
David S. Miller, Proprietor. 

Tannery, Taylorsville, L. Hermon, Pro- 
prietor. 

Tannery, Elk Shoal, White & Halibur- 
ton. Proprietors. 

Tannery, Taylorsville, R. C. Wilson, 
Propretor. 

Tannery, Wittenburg's, A. Eckerd, Pro- 
prietor. 

Tannery, York Institute, A. Sharpe & 
Son, Proprietors. 

PHYSICIANS. 

CouneUy, W. F., York Institute. 
Carson, J. M., Taylorsville. 
Flowers, Cynes, Wittenburg's. 
Stirewalt, Thos., Stirewalt's Mill's, 

Hydropothic System. 
Watts, T. J., Taylorsville. 
Wilson, J. R., Taylorsville. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Little River, Matilda Smith. 
Taylorsville, Joseph P. Matthews. 
York Institute, W. A. Smith. 



ALLEGHANY COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 3,590, 

County Seat — Gap Civil. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, J. F. Graves, 
Clerk of County Court, C. G. Fawlkea. 
Clerk of Superior Court, Wm. A. J; 
Fawlkes, 



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ANSON. 



Chairman County Court, Johu Gambill- 

Clerk and Master in Equity, 

Coroner, W. S. Reves. 
Entry Taker, John Parsons. 
Register, Thomas Edwards. 
Sherifif, J. C. Jones. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, James Boyce. 
Trustee, 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Alleghany Academy, Gap Civil, Rev. A. 
B. Phipps. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Antioch, Baptist, Gap Civil, Daniel 

Caudill. 
Elk Creek, Baptist, Gap Civil, Enoch 

Reves. 
Friendship, Baptist, Mouth of Wilson, 

Wm. B. Halsey. 
Little River, Baptist, Gap Civil, Thomas 

Carr. 
Meadow Fork, Baptist, Laurel Spring, 

Joshua Long. 
Pine Fork, Baptist, Laurel Spring, B. 

E. Caudill. 
Shiloh, Baptist, Laurel Spring, Mr. 

Miller. 
Union, Baptist, Gap Civil, Enoch Reves. 
Woodruff, Baptist, 

Antioch, Methodist, Cherry Lane, Mor- 
gan Bryau. 

Cauco's, Meth., , Shadrack Bryan. 

Cranberry, Methodist, Laurel Springs, 
T. Woode. 

Macedonia, Methodist, Cheny Lane, 
]\Iorgan Bryan. 

Mount Zion, Cherry Lane, Mr. Millar. 

LAWYERS. 

Graves, J. F., Gap Civil. 

MERCHANTS. 

Fisher, G. R., Gap Civil. 
Vaughn, (E. L.) & Co., Gap Civil. 

MINISTERS. 

Caudill, B. E., Baptist, Laurel Springs. 
Caudill, Dan'l., Baptist, Scott^dlle. 
Carr, Thos., Baptist, Gap Civil. 
Douglas, Geo., Baptist, Gap Civil. 
Halsey, Wm. B., Baptist, Mouth of 

Wilson. 
Long, Joshua, Baptist, Laurel Springs. 
Roberts, Fountain, Baptist, Gap Civil. 
Reves, E., Baptist, Gap Civil. 
Bryan, Morgan, Methodist, Cherry Lane, 



Bryan, Shadrach, Methodist, Cherry 

Lane. 
Fisher, John W., Methodist, Gap Civil.. 
Phipps, A. B., " 

Miller, ., " 

Woode, T., 



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MINES. 
Alleghany Copper Mines. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Crabb Creek Mill, Crabb Creek, Wm. 
Higgins, Proprietor. 

Elk Creek Mill, Copper Mines, N. Long, 
Proprietor. 

Little River Mill, Little River, L. Fen- 
der's heirs, Prop'rs. 

PHYSICIAN. 

Smith, J. L., Gap Civil. 

POST OFFICES (fcPOST MASTERS. 

Chen-y Lane, Francis Bryan. 
Gap Civil, E. C. Vaughn. 
Glade Creek, Andrew Carson. 



ANSON COUNTY. 

PoruLATioN IN 1860 13,G64. 

County Seat— Wadesboeo'. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Attorney, . 

Clerk County Court, Patrick C. Coppage. 
Clerk Superior Court, Robt. T. Hall. 
Chairman County Court, Stephen Cole. 

Clerk and Easter in Equitj^ •. 

Coroner, Thos. Threadgill. 
Register, Thos. Tomlinson. 
Sheriff, G. B. Threadgill. 
Surveyor, — Tilraon. 

Standard Keeper, . 

Trustee. G. B. Threadgill. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Bland's Academical, School, Wadesboro', 

Rev. Mr. Bland, Principal. 
Carolina Female College, AuKonville, 

, Prin. 

Gum Spring Academy, Lilesville, Miss 

Threadgill, Prin. 
Lilesville Academy, Lilesville, Rev. Mr. 

Richardson, Prin. 
Rocky Hill Academy, Lilesville, , 

Prin. 



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ASHE. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

AnsonvUle, IMcthoiilist, Ansonville. 
Ebeuezor, Meth., near Lancsboro'. 
Fountain Hill, Meth., near Lancsboro'. 
Harmony, 3Ieth., near Lancsboro'. 
Hopewell, Meth., near Lancsboro'. 
\Yadesboro', Meth., "\Yadesboro'. 

Piney Grove, Baptist, J. W. Dove. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Burns' Hotel, Wadesboro'. Benton Bums, 
Proprietor. 

LAWYERS. 

Ashe, Thos., Wadesboro'. 
Bennett, R. Tyler, Wadesboro'. 
Dargan, Atlas G., Wadesboro'. 
Hargrave, Johnson, Wadesboro'. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Allen & Bums, Wool Factory, Anson yIIIc. 
Smith, Arnold, Coley & Co., Lilesviile. 
Steam Saw Mills, Tannery, etc. 

MERCHANTS. 

Arnold, Cooley & Co., Wadesboro'. 
Baucom, — , Wadesboro'. 
Crawford, — , Wadesboro'. 
Clark, — , Ansonville. 
Cox, Wm., Lilesviile. 
Cox, Joseph, Lilesviile. 
Kendall, Thos. Yv''., Anson\nlle and Par- 
ker's Tan Y'ard. 
Lile's, Col. E. R., Parker's Tan Yard. 
Liles & Lethe, Parkers' Tan Y'ard. 
Ramsey & Bennett, Wadesboro'. 
Smith & Tyson, Ansonville. 

MINISTERS. 

Bennett, Lemuel, Baptist, Wadesboro'. 
Bennett A., Bap., Ansonville. 
Caudle, A., Bap., Lanesboro'. 
Davis, John W.. Bap., Lanesboro'. 
Morton, Samuel P., Bap., Ansonville. 
Phifer, Jesse, Bap., Lanesboro'. 

MINES. 

Bailey's Gold Mine, Wadesboro'. 
MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Baucom's Mill, Wadesboro', A. Baucom, 
Proprietor. 

Bennett & Co.'s Mill, Lanesboro', Ben- 
nett, Polk Sj Williams, Prop's, 



Bums' Mill, Ansonville, Allen & Burns, 

Pros. 
Chilson's Mill, Lilesviile, Henry Chilson, 

Pro. 
DeBerry's Mill, Lilesviile, Heniy DeBer- 

ry, Pro. 
Hancock's Mill, Ansonville, — Hancock, 

Pro. 
Neeley's Mill, Ansonville, Joseph Neeley, 

Pro. 
Night's Mill, Ansonville, Nat. Night, 

Pro- 
Pond's Mill, Lanesboro', Benj. H. Pond, 

Pro. 
Parker's Mill, Burnsville, Wm. Parker, 

Pro. 
Rathff's Mill, Lilesviile, P. Ratliff, Pro. 
Smith & Co.'s Mill, Lilesviile, Smith & 

Co., Pros. 
Simons' Mill, LilesviUe, Sol. Simons, 

Pro. 
Staten's Mill, Ansonville, Uriah Staten, 

Pro. 
Gates' Mill, Lilesviile, A. C. Gates, Pro. 

PIUYSICIANS. 

Ashe, — , "\Yadesboro'. 
Battle, — , Lilesviile. 
Gloss, — , Wadesboro'. 
House, — , Wadesboro'. 
Ingraham,' — , Ansonville. 
.Jackson, A. L. Lilesviile. 
Kendal, Wm.. Ansonville. 
Smith, — , Marion. 



ASHE COUNTY. 

PoruLATio;^ IN 1860 7,95G. 

County Seat — Jefferson. 

COUNTY^ OFFICEKS. 



Attorney, 

Clerk County Court, R. T. Hardin. 
Clerk Superior Court, J. B. Parsons. 

Chairman County Court, . 

Clerk and Master in Equity, •. 

Register, 

Sheriff, Wm. Latham. 

Surveyor . 

Standard Keeper, . 

Trustee, Wm. Latham. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

.Jefferson Academy, Jeffcr.son. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Jefferson Hotel, Jas. M. Gentry, Prop'r, 



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BEAUFORT. 



LAWYERS. 

Neal, Q. F., Jefferson. 
Todd, J. W., Jefferson. 

MERCHAITTS. 

Brown & Brown, Helton. 

Hamilton (G. H.) & Thomas, (\V. P.) 

Jefferson. 
Neal, Benjamin, Jefferson. 
Needham, Jessie, Horse Creek. 
Trivell, S., Jefferson. 
Waugh, S. C. & N. H., Jefferson. 
Wilbar, J. R., Jefferson. 
Worth, David, North Foik. 

CATTLE DEALERS. 

Hamilton (G. H.) & Thomas, (W. P.,) 
Jefferson. 

MINISTERS. 

Miller, C. R., Methodist, Jefferson. 
Wagg, James, Meth., Jefferson. 

Baldwin, W. N., Baptist, Jefferson. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Bower's Mill, Jefferson, S. C. Bower, 

Proprietor. 
Hamilton's Mill, Jefferson, Geo. H. 

Hamilton, Prop. 
Perkins' Mill, Helton, Johnson Perkins, 

Prop. 
Worth's Mill, North Fork, Daniel Worth, 

Prop. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Foster, E. F., Jefferson. 
Gentry, L. C, Jefferson. 
Rhea, R. C, Helton. 
Wagg, James, Jefferson. 
Wilcox, J. O., North Fork. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Jefferson, E. C. Bartlett. 
Helton, A. C. Jones. 
Gap Creek, Wm. Laws. 
North Fork, David Worth. 



BEAUFORT COUNTY. 

PoruLATioK IN 1860 14,766. 

County Seat — Washington. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, W. W. Wharton. 

Clerk County Court, R. Granger, Acting. 

Clerk Superior Court, F. J. Satchwell. 

Chairman County Court, J. B. Stickney. 

Clerk and Master in Equity, M. Shaw. 

Coroners, R. B. Whitecar, and James 
Ellison, jr. 

Register, James W. Redding. 

Sheriff, Samuel T. Carrow. 

Surveyor, John B. Respess. 

Standard Keeper, . 

Trustee, S. T. Carrow. 

Commissioners of Claims, Thomas Spar- 
row, and E. S. Hoyt. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Satterthwaite, F. B., Intendant. 

COSIMISSIONEKS. 

Hoyt, E. S. Pilley, J. L., 

Potts, Joseph, Telfair, O. W. 

Satchwell, F. J., Clerk. 
Respess, W. O., Sergeant. 
Telfair, O. W., Special Magistrate. 

INSPECTORS OP N.4.VAL STORES. 

John Orkney, and T. H. B. Myers. 

AUCTIONEER. 
A. Jackson. 

COMMISSIONERS OF NAVIGATION. 

Joseph Potts, S. R. Fowle, 

Geo. H. Brown, B. F. Havens, 

Isaiah Respess. 

INSPECTOR & COLLECTOR OF CUSTOM. 

J. O. Whitemore. 

SCHOOLS. 

Duren, Mrs. Georgianna, Washington. 
Geer, Rev. E., Washington. 
Midyett, Miss Sallie, Washington. 
Patterson, Miss Bettie, Washington. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Adams House, Washington, O. F. Adams, ' 
Proprietor. 

Grist House, Washington, Mrs. Jno. W. 
Grist, Prop. 

Creddle Inn, Washington, John H. Cred- 
dle, Prop. 

Harvey House, Washington, H. L. Har- 
vey, Prop. 

Mooring House, Washington, Mrs. Mary 
Mooring, Prop. 

Olbert Inn, Washington, John Olbert, 
Prop. 



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BEAUFORT. 



LAWYERS. 

Carter, D. M., Washington. 
Lucas, J. S., Washington. 
Rodman. Wm. B., Washington. 
Satterthwaite, F. B. AVashington. 
Sparrow, Thomas, Washington. 
Btilley, H. E.. Washington. 
"Whorton, R. W., Washington. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Boot and Shoe Maker, Zachery Hoboum, 

Washington. 
Block and Pump Maker, D. B. Wharton, 

Washington. 
Coach Factory, Fulford & Long, Wash. 
SaU ]\Iaking, Wm. H. Harris, Wash. 
Turpentine Distillery, J. Potts & Son, 

AYashington. 
Ship Building, J. Myers & Sons, Wash. 
Ship Building, J. A. Farrow, Wash. 

MERCHANTS, &c. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Brown (Goe. H.) & Co., Water street, 

Washington. 
Havens, B. F., ]Main st., Washington. 
Myers (.John) & Sons, Water st., Wash. 
FASHIONABLE TAILORS. 

John B. Ross and John McGowan. 

FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Burbank & Gallagher, Agents Atlantic 
Fire Insurance Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

BARBERS. 

Sylvester Dibble, (colored) Washington. 
Henry Jones, (col.) Washington. 

BAKER. 

— Powers, (colored) Washington. 

DRUGGISTS. 

Gallagher, F., Main st., Vfashington. 
Williams (J. D.) & Co., Main st., AVash. 

GROCERS AND CONFECTIONEES. 

Buckman, C. G., !Main st., Washington. 
Jackson, G. A., Main st.. Wash. 

HARDWARE. 

E. S. Hoyt, Main st., Washington. 

JEWELERS. 

Sartarcious, F. H., Washington. 
BeU, J. N., Wash. 

MILLINERS. 

Bell, Mrs. Annie A., Washington. 
Quin, E. L., Wash. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Peck Si Duell, Washington. 



GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Arthur, John A., Main st., Washington. 
Bible, D. P., Main st., Wash. 
Blount, John, Main st., Wash. 
Carrow, Samuel, Main st., Wash. 
Cherry (Wm.) & Bro., Mainst., Wash. 
Dey (J.) ifc Son, Main st.. Wash. 
Farrow (David) & Co., Main st.. Wash. 
Fowle (S. R.) & Son, jNIain st., Wash. 
Fulford, Irwin, Main st., Wash. 
Harriss, James, Water st., Wash. 
Howard, Geo., Water st.. Wash. 
Hoover, E. D., Water st.. Wash. 
Howard, Wiswall ct Son, Water st., W, 
Lockger, C. J., Main st.. Wash. 
Martin (E.) & Co., Main st., AVash. 
Morton, W. Z., Main st., Wash. 
Potts (Joseph) & Son, Main st., Wash. 
Rosenthall, J., Main st., AVash. 
Shaw, AVm., jr., Main st., Wash. 
Smallwood (John W.) & Co., Mainst.,W. 
Thomas, A. J., Main st, AVash. 
Taft, J. H.. Main .st.. Wash. 
Telfair, O. AV., Main st., AVash. 
AVillard, James, Main st., AVash. 

LIQUOR SALOONS. 

Credle, John, AVashington. 
Johnson, J. H., AVash. 
Pohlman, F., AVash. 
Smaw, George, Wash. 

PHOTOGRAPniST AND DENTIST. 

Phillips, Dr. H. R., AVashington. 

PRINTING AND LETTERING. 
Johnson, J. H., AVashington. 
Reaney, J. E., AVassh. 

TWINERS. 

Hyatt, L., AVashington. 
Schrimer, M., AVash. 

MINISTERS. 

Dalton, G. H. , Presbyterian. AVashington. i 
Geer, E., Episcopal, AVash. 
Long, John S., Methodist, AVash. 

MILLS AND MILL OAVNEKS. 

Claiborne & AVright, Washington. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Blount, AVm. A., AVashington. 
Bryan, Jesse G., AVash. 
McDonald, John, AVash. 
Long, Jas. F., AVash. 
Taylor, David T., AVash. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

AVashington, AVm. Ebon, Post Master. 



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BLADEN. 



BEKTIE COUNTY. 

PoruLATioK IX 1860 U,dlO. 

County Seat— "Windsor. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney. John B. Gilliam. 
Clerk of Coianty Court, Wm. P. Gurley. 
Clerk Superior Court, D. C. Winston. 
Charm'n Co. Court, Jonathan S. Taylor. 
Clerk and Ma.ster in Eq., L. S. Webb. 

Coroner, 

Register, Erasmus L. Simmons. 
Sheriff, Lewis Bond. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, Lewis Bond. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Pritchard's Hotel, Windsor, Calvin 

Pritchard. 
Mitchell's Hotel, Windsor, Wm. ]\Iitchell. 

LAWYERS. 

Cherry, Joseph B.. Windsor. 
Gilliam, John B., Windsor. 
Outlaw, David, Windsor. 
Winston, P. H., Windsor. 
Winston, Duncan C, Windsor. 

IMANUFACTOEIES. 

Saddlery & Harness Shop, Windsor, J. 
J. Jacobs, Prop'r. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bond, John F., Windsor. 
Capehart, Wm. J., Roxabcl. 
Fanning, Thos. E., Windsor. 
Gray (Geo.) & Son, Windsor. 
Gurley, Wm. P., Windsor. 
Hayes, Willie D., Colerain. 
Hardy & Bishop, Roxabel. 
Holly & Piland, 31111 Landing. 
Johnson, J. P., Hotel. 
Lewis, Yv^.. Hotel. 
Norfleet, Hardy, Roxabel. 
Norman, A. "W., Windsor. 
Peny, N. V., Windsor. 
Pitt, B. F., Hotel. 
Russell, B. B., Yfindsor. 
Rowe & Co., AVindsor. 
Skirwin, Thos. AV., Windsor. 
Sessoms, John W.. Colerain. 
Wilson, Turner, Windsor. 
Wilson & Mizill, Colerain. 
Webb (R.) & Brother, Merry Hill. 



MINISTERS. 

Bnnch Jeremiah, Baptist, Windsor. 
Craig, A. M., Bap., ^V'indsor. 
Harrell, David, Bap. , Windsor. 
JMitchell, John, Baj:)., Pitch Landing, 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Craig, Taylor & Gilliam, Saw & Grist 

Mill,. AVindsor. 
Burroughs, S.G. St'ra Saw Mill, Windsor. 
Burdan, Jas., Saw & Grist Mill, Windsor. 
:^Iitchell (W. G.) & JMitchell (John) Saw 

& Grist ilill, Windsor. 

PHYSICIANS.- 

Bernard, S. A., Hotel. 
Dunston, H. V., Merry Hill. 
Gilliam, Francis, \Vindsor. 
Henry, Peyton T., Colerain. 
Small wood, Chas., Hotel. 
Small wood, Thos. J. P., AVindsor. 
Sutton, AA'm. I., Jr. Hotel. 
AVilson, Turner, Windsor. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Windsor, F. W. Bell, Post Master. 
Hotel, H. F. AVilliams, P. M. 
Colerain, John AV. Sessoms, P. M. 

Roxabel, 

3Iill Landing, 

Merry liill, 



BLADEN COUNTY. 

PoPUL.vriON IN 18G0 11,005. 

County Seat— ELiz.^ETnTO-\VN. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, A. S. Kemp. 

Clerk County Court, Dugold Blue. 

Clerk Superior Court, John T. ilelviu. 

Chairman County Court, . 

Clerk it blaster in Equity, J. T. Mclviu. 

Coroner, .'^ 

Register, R. S. Gillespie. 
Sheriff, AA^ H. AVhite. 

Surveyor, •. 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, AV. H. AVhite. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hairs House, Elizabcthtown, Geo. AV. 
Hall, Proprietor. 



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BUNCOMBE. 



LAYv^YERS. 

Brown, Thos. O., Elizabethtown. 
Kemp, A. S., Elizabethtown. 
Richardson, John A., Elizabethtown. 
Sutton, Thos. H., Elizabethtown. 

MERCHANTS. 

Cummin^, Rinaldi &Co., Elizabethtown. 
Cook & Crowell, Elizabethtown. 
Hall, Geo. W., Elizabethtown. 
Lytle & Brother. Eiizabethto-^vn. 
Love (T. D.) & Co., Elizabethtown. 
Rinaldi, A. Elizabethtown. 
White, James M., Elizabethtown. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bizzell, Wm. A., Elizabethtown. 
Graham. Neill, V/hite Ilall. 
Lewis, B. F., Elizabethtown. 
Mallett, A. F., Eladenbow, 
Itionroe, Wra. J., Council Bluff. 
McDonald, A. K.. Elizabethtown. 
Russ, Simjison, "White Hall. 
Shipman, A. J., Brown Tllarsh. 
YVillis, Wm., Council Bluff. 



BUNCOMBE COUNTY. 

PoruLATioN IN 18G0 13,654. 

County Seat — Asheville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Y'irgil S. Lusk. 
Clerk County Court, .Jesse R. Weaver. 
Clerk Superior Court, Wm. R. Y'oung. 
Chairman County Court, A Burs^in. 
Clerk ct Master in Eq., Wash. M. Hardy. 

Coroner, 

Register, JohnW. Gudger. 
Sheriff, Perry Rich. 
Surveyor, R. V. Blackstocks. 
Standard Keeper, James Stradley. 
Trustee, A. T. Summey. 

AGRICULTUR.iL SOCIETY'. 

"W. W. i\IcDowell, Asheville, President. 
J. G. Martin, Asheville, Secretary. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Holston Conference Female College, 
Ashville, AY. S. Kennedy, President. 

Classical Male Academy, Asheville, Ste- 
ven Lee, Principal. 

Asheville Academy North, Asheville, 

Asheville Academy South, Asheville, Mr. 

Murdock, Prin. 
Masonic & Friends of Temperance, High 

Scho'l, Reem's Cr'k, A. J. McAlpin, P. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Asheville, Methodist, Asheville, , 

Pastor. 
Tabernacle, Meth., Swannanoa, , 

Pastor. 
Davidson's Chapel, Meth., Asheville, 

, Pastor. 

Reems Creek, Meth., Reems Creek, , 

Pastor. 
Asheville, Baptist, Asheville, Thomas 

Stradley, Pastor. 
Berea, Baptist, Swannanoa, Thomas 

Stradley, Pastor. 
Asheville Presbyterian, AshevOle, H. H. 

Banks, Pastor. 
Piney Grove, Pres., Swannanoa, H. H. 

Banks, Pastor. 
Asheville, Episcopal, Asheville, Jarvis 

Baxton, Pastor. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Eagle Hotel, Asheville, Wm. P. Blair, 

Proprietor. 
Buck Hotel, AsheviUe, W. W. Smith, 

Prop. 
Buncombe House, Asheville, B. J. Smith, 

Prop. 
Tavern, Swannanoa, Geo. C. Alc-xxnder, 

Prop. 
Tavern, Hominy, S. B. Gudger. 

LAWYERS. 

Atkinson, Nat., Asheville. 
Cocke, W. M., Asheville. 
Cocke, W. N. jr., Asheville. 
Woodfin, Nick. W., Asheville. 
Candler, W. G. , Hominy. 
]Merrimon, Jas. H., Asheville. 
Lusk, Virgil S., Hominy. 
Henry, J. L., Asheville. 
Bailey, W. M., (judge.) Asheville, 
Martin, Gen. J. G., Asheville. 

McCloud, ■., Asheville. 

Erwin, Marcus, Asheville. 
Johnson, R. B., Asheville. 
Coleman, David, Asheville, (Soliciterfor 
District.) 

Weaver, ., Asheville. 

Hardy, W. M., Asheville. 
Johnson, Thos., Asheville. 
Merrimon, Emory, Asheville. 
Davidson, T. F.,' Asheville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Foundery, near Asheville, Ephraim Clay- 
ton, Proprietor. 

Tannery, (^steam,) AsheviUe, S. G.Kerr, 
& Co., Prop'rs. 

Tannery, Asheville, W. D. Rankin& Co., 
Prop. 

Tannery Leicester, J. M. Stevens, Prop. 



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MERCHANTS. 

Polk (E. A.) & Summey, (A. T.,) Variety 
Store, Asheville. 

Kerr., S. G., Variety Store, Asheville. 

Alexander, (J. H.) Roberts (G. M.) & 
Co., Variety Store, Asheville. 

Beard & Chapman, Variety Store, Ashe- 
ville. 

McDowell (W. W.) & Spiers, (G. T.,) 
Variety Store, Asheville. 

Merrimon, B. H., Variety Store, Ashe- 
ville. 

Smith (L. II.) & Co., Variety Store, 
Asheville. 

Aston, E. J., Drugs & Books, Asheville. 

Hilliard (W. L.) & Weaver, Drugs, Ashe- 
ville. 

Jones, John, Druggist, Asheville. 

MINISTERS. 

Atkins, F. W., Methodist, local, Ashe- 
ville. 
Kennedy, W. S., Meth., Asheville. 
Dula, T. M., Meth., StocksviUe. 
Reynolds, John, Meth., local, Asheville. 
Dula, Thos., Meth., local, Asheville. 

Carr, ., Meth., local, Asheville. 

Merriman, B. H. Prot., Meth., local, 

Asheville. 
Reagan, Dr. J. A., Meth., local, Reems 

Creek. 
Pickens, R. W., Meth., local, Reems 

Creek. 
Weaver, Jacob R., Meth., local, Reems 

Creek. 
Weaver, John S., Meth., local, ^Reems 

Creek. 
Weaver, N. M., Meth., local, Reems 

Creek. 
McAlpine, S. J., Meth., local, Reems 

Creek. 

Stradley, Thos., Prim. Baptist, Asheville. 

Banks, II. II., Presbyterian, Ashevile. 
Morrison, W. N., Pres. Swannanoa. 
Stewart Curtis, Pres. Swannanoa. 
Buxton. Jarvis, Episcopal, Asheville. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Patton's Mills, Swannanoa, M. Patton, 

Proprietor. 
Daugherty's Mills, Swannanoa, Mrs. 

Daugherty, Prop. 
Cathey's Mills, Hominy, Joseph Cathey, 

Prop. 
Jones' Mills, Hominy, R. L. Jones, Prop. 
Henry's Mills, Hominy, W. L. Henry, 

Prop. 
Gudger's jMill, Turkey [Creek, Adol- 

phvTS Gudger, Prop. 



Reaves' Mills, Sandy Mush, John Reaves, 

Prop. 
Frisbey's IMills, Turkey Creek, John 

Frisbey, Prop. 
Smith's IMills, Asheville, J. Smith, Prop. 
Woodfin's JMills, Asheville, Nick. W. 

Woodfin, Prop. 
Coleman's JMills, Reem's Creek, Wm. 

Coleman, Prop. 
Coleman's Oil Mills, Reem's Creek, Wm. 

Coleman, Prop. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Hardy, J. F. E., AshevHle. 
Summey, D. F., Asheville. 
Hardy, J. G., Asheville. 
Hilliard, W. L., Asheville. 
McDowell, J. A., Asheville. 
Stephens, J. M., Leicester. 
Thrash, P. H., Hominy. 

Sensabaugh, ., Leicester. 

Reagan, J. A., Reems Creek. 
Reynolds, John, Asheville. 
Baird, J. M., Asheville. 
Gudger, David M., Hominy. 
Candler, C. N., Asheville. 
Candler, J. M., Hominy. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS 

Asheville, John Jones. 

Avery's Creek, 

Shufordsville, 

Suannanoa, Miss Patton. 

Hominy Creek, Miss R. E. Candler. 

Leicester, 

Reem's Creek, 

StocksviUe, 

Big Sandy, 



NEWS PAPERS. 

Asheville News, R. M. Stokes, Editor. 
Pioneer, A. II. Jones, Editor. 



BUEKE COUNTY. 

Population in ISGO 9,237 

County Seat— MoKGANTON. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, S. C. W. Tate. 
Clerk County Court, E. W. Dorsey. 
Clerk Superior Court, J. B. Kincaid. 
Chairman County Court, J. H. Pearson. 

Clerk and Master in Equity, 

Coroner, H. P. Lindsey. 
Register, S. A. Belts. 
Sheriff, E. A. Berry. 
Surveyor, W. II. BristaU. 
Standard Keeper, Henry Abee. 
Trustee, D. A. Berry. 



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COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

3Ior-rx!iton Academy. Morganton, — — — 
Table Rock Semiuary, Morganton, Kev. 
R. L. Abernathy, Principal. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES- 

Jlountain Hotel, Jlorganton, J. ^Y. Hap- 

poldt, Proprietor. 
Walton House, Morganton, J. T. \v al- 

ton, Prop. 

LAWYERS. 

Avery, A. C, 3Iorganton. 
Caldwell, Tod R., Morganton. 
Gaither, B. S., Morganton. 
Tate, S. C. W., Morganton. 

MERCHANTS. 

Britton (Jos.) &Kincaid, Morganton. 
Bell, S. H. H., Jeweler, ]\Iorganton. 
Cleywell, J. A., Morganton. 
Frazer & Cleywell, Morganton. 
Nelson, J. S., Morganton. 
Pearson, D. C, Jlorganton. 
Walton, E. S., Morganton. 

MINISTERS. 

Bawman, P. G., IMethedist, Morganton. 
Nelson, J. S., Meth., Jlorganton. 

Schutz, W. C, Presbyterian, Morganton 

Roberts, S. C, Episcopal, Morganton. 

MINES. 

Wilkerson Gold Mine. 
Pack Hill Gold iline. 
Briudletown Gold Mine. 

MILLS AND MJLL OWNERS. 

Caldwell's Mill, ]\Iorganton, Tod R. Cald- 
well, Proprietor. 

Mull's IMill, Morganton, Asheley MuU, 
Prop. 

McKesson's MiU, Morganton, ^Y. F. Mc- 
Kesson, Prop. 

McElrath's Mill, Morganton, John Mc- 
Elrath, Prop. 

JIcElrath's Mill, !Morganton, Jackson 
McElrath, Prop. 

Pearson's j\Iill, Morganton, R. C. Person 
ife Co., Pro; a 

Warlick's MUl, Morganton, L. F. War- 
lick, Prop. 

Shiiffler's Mill, Morganton, Jas. ShufHer, 
Prop. 

Suddeth's JMHl, Morganton, Charlie Sud- 
deth. Prop. 



PHYSICIANS. 

Berry, David, Morganton. 
Callett, AY. A., Morganton. 
Happoldt, John W., Morganton. 
Happoldt, C, Morganton. 
Laxton, L., Morganton. 
Pearson, R. C, Morganton. 
Tate, W. C, IMorganton. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Morganton, Miss Jennie McElrath. 
Brindletown, James Hall. 



BRUNSWICK COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 8,400. 

bounty Seat — Smithville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, lAl. London, Wilmington. 
Clerk County Court, Wm. M. D. Moore. 
Clerk Superior Court, John T. Wescott. 
Chairman County Court, D. L. Rassell, 

sr., Lumberton. 
Clerk & Master in Eq., J. W. Galloway. 

Coroner, 

Register, Lewis A. Galloway. 
Sheriff, Rufus Galloway. 
Surveyor, D. E. Mints, Shallotte. 

Standard Keeper, • 

Trustee, Rufus Galloway. 

Treasurer Public BuUdings, Wm. B, 

Dasher. 

SCHOOLS. 

Wayman Academy, Robesons, Rrin. 

Smithville Academy, Smithville, R. W. 
Cole, Prin. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

St. Phillip's Church, Episcopal, Smith- 
ville, , Pastor. 

Smithville Meth. Ch'ch, W. M.D.Moore, 

Pastor. 
Smithville Meth. Church, (colored,) A. 

Smith, Pastor. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Duffie's Boarding House Smithville, Mrs. 

M. Dufue, Proprietor. 
Davis' Boarding House, Smithville, Mr.s. 

E. Davis, Prop. 
McRory's Ijoarding House, Smithville, 

Wm. JIcRory. Prop. 
Stuart's Boarding House, Smithville, 
1 ^Irs. ]M. Stuart, Prop. 



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CABARRUS. 



LAWYERS. 

Allen, D. C. Eoberson's. 
Galloway, Swift, Smithville. 
Russell, D. L., jr., Town Creek. 
Ross, Asa, Smithville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Cropon (Geo. M.) & Co., Smithville. 
Dunn, Dwinnell & Co. . Smithville. 
Legg, Edwin, Smithville. 
Priobaw, P., Smithville. 
Wescott, .John L., Smithville. 
Thees, John H., Smithville. 

MINISTERS. 

Moore, W. M. D., Methodist, Smithville. 
Smoot, J. F., Meth., Smithville. 
Pugh, Geo. W., Jileth., Smithville. 
Smith, Abi'am, (col.,) Meth., Smithville. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS 

Saw and Grist !Mill, Smithville, Mercer 

& Addy, Proprietor. 
Steam Grist Mill, Smith^-ill3, Wm. J. 

Patton, Prop. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Carter, Yv''alter G., Smityville. 
Patton, F. W., Town Creek. 
Thurston, Stephen D., Smithvillo. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Roberson's, 

Smithville, Edwin Legg. 
Shallotte, L. B. Smith. 

PHOTOGRAPHIST. 

Thomas S. Ilawley, Smithville. 



CABARRUS COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 10,546 

County Seat — Concohd. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Rufus Barringer. 

Clerk County Court, .J. O Wallace. 

Clerk Superior Court, K. P. Harriss?. 

Chairman County Court, 

Clerk and Master in Equity, 

Corroner, Chas. F. Harriss. 
Register, Ramon Winecoff. 
Sheriff, Nelson Slough. 
Surveyor, 



Standard Keeper, • 

Trustee, Nelson Slough. 



COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Classical School, Concord, Dan'l R. Cole- 
man, Principal. 

Clas.sical School, Poplar Tent, Stephen 
Frontis, Prin. 

North Carolina College, Mt. Pleasant, A. 
Bikle, Prin. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Brethpage, Presbyterian, Coddle Creek, 
Wm. Pharr, Pastor. 

Concord, Pres., Concord, E. H. Harding, 
Pastor. 

Poplar Tent, Pres., Poplar Tent, D. A. 
Pinnick, jr., Pastor. 

Rocky River, Pres., Pioneer Mills, D. A. 
Pinnick, Pastor. 

Concord Methodist, Concord, T'l. C. Da- 
vis, Pastor. 

St. James' Church, Luth., Concord, D. 
J. Dreher, Pastor. 

N. C. College, Luth., Mt. Pleasant, A. 
Bikle, Pastor. 

St. John's, Luth., Tut. Pleasant, Grose- 
dose, Pastor. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Concord Hotel, L. F. 'iVhitaker, Prop. 

LAY/YERS. 

Barringer, V. C. Concord. 
Barringer, R., Concord. 
Coleman, D. & W. i\L, 
Long, J. & N., Concord. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Blacksmithing, Concord, D. L. Heath- 
cock Propprietor. 

Blacksmithing, Concord, P. J. Brown, 
Prop. 

Boot and Shoe Shop, Concord, J. C. Ben- 
son, Pi op. 

Boot and Shoe Shop, Concord, Stephen 
G. Man, Prop. 

Cotton Factory, (steam) Concord, John 

McDonald 6:. Son, Props- 
Cotton Factory, Rocky River, Phifer & 
Niceler, Props. 

Carriage Factory, Concord, M. B. Leslie, 
Prop. 

Carpentering and Blacksmithing, Con- 
cord, C. A. Caldwell & Bro.. Props. 

Carriage Factory, Concord, W. C. Boyd, 
Prop. 

Cabinet ]\Iaking, Concord, P. S. Deaton 
& Co., Props. 

Merchant Flour Mill, Concord, Niceler 
& Sloop, Props. 



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Saddle and Harness Slanufacttiring', Con- 
cord, Wallace & Heel, Props. 

Tin and Sheet h-on Manufacturing, Con- 
cord, Josioh W. llogers. Prop. 

Tannery, Concord, Geo. Brown, Prop. 

Tin 3Ianufacturing, AVillis Elkin, Prop. 

MERCHANTS. 

Allison, R. W., Dry Goods, Concord. 

Archibald, F. A., Dry Goods, Concord. 

Alexander. J Jd., Tailor, Concord. 

Anthony, W. D., Dry Goods, Concord. 

Earnhartd & Flaw, Dry Goods, Pioneer 
Mills. 

Bostian, ])aTid T., Tailor, Concord. 

Cook & Kinley, Dry Goods, Mt. Pleas- 
ant. 

Davis, W. C. IT.. Jeweler, Concord. 

Elkin. VT., Dry (ioods, Concord. 

File tt Harkey, Dry Goods, Mt. Pleasant. 

Foard (K. W.) & Son, Dry Goods, Con- 
cord. 

Fisher & Blackwelder, Livery Stables, 
Concord. 

Fisher, J. S., Dry Goods, Concord. 

Gorman & Kistler, Confectioners, Con- 
cord. 

Gibson (J. P.) & Bro., Druggist, Con- 
cord. 

Mesenheimer, Cos & Co., Dry Goods, Mt. 
Pleasant. 

McDonald & Son, Dry Goods, Concord. 

Reed, Joel, Druggist, Concord. 

Smith (i' White, Dry Goods, Concord. 

Phifer iS: Cannon, Dry Goods, Concord. 

Wallace & Reece, Dry C4oods, Concord. 

Williford, W. A., Confectioner, Concord. 

York &} Fitzgerald, Dry Goods, Concord. 

MINISTERS. 

Dorland, Luke, Pre.sbyterian, Concord. 
Harding, E. H., Pres., Concord. 
Pennick, D. A., sr., Pres., Pioneer Mills. 
Pennick, D. A., jr., Pres., Concord. 
Pharr, Wm., Pres., Caddie Creek. 
Davis, M. C, Methodist, Concord. 
Cone, W. H., Lutheron, Mt. Pleasant. 
Bikle, A., Luth., Mt. Pleasant. 
Bemheim, G. I)., Luth., iSlt. Pleasant. 
Dreher, Daniel I., Luth,, Concord. 
Groseclose, L. C, Luth., Mt. Pleasant. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Artz's Grist Mill, Buffalo Creek, Wm. 
Artz, Proprietor. 

Barrier's Grist and Saw Mill, Mt. Pleas- 
ant, M. Barrier, Prop. 

Best's Grist and Saw 51111, Rocky River, 
S. & :M. L. Best, Prop. 

Best's Grist Mill, Buffalo Creek, Best & 
Blackwelder, Prop. 



Blackwelder's Grist and Saw j\Iill, Cold 
Water Creek, A. J. & R. Blackwelder, 
Prop. 

Cress' Grist Mill, Wolf Creek, Mrs. Crept, 
Prop. 

Cox & Ilarriss' Grist & Saw ]\lill. Rocky 
River. 

Foard & Smith's Grist ]'.lill, Coddle Creek. 

Gorman's Grist Mill, Rocky River, M. 
Gorman. Prop. 

Gillespie & Dotson's Grist Mill, Buffalo 
Creek. 

Hause's Grist and Saw Mill, Mt. Pleas- 
ant, J. Hause, Prop. 

Hileman's Grist and Saw Mill. Cold Wa- 
ter Creek, John Hileman, Prop. 

Litaker's Grist and Saw Mill, Buffalo 
Creek, Moses Litaker, Prop. 

Lipe's Grist Mill, Cold Vv'ater Creek, M. 
Lipe, Prop. 

Miller's Grist Mill, Mt. Pleasant, Daniel 
3Iiller, Prop. 

Pharr & Bro.'s, Grist 3Iill, Coddle Creek. 

Smith's Grist Mill, Rocky River, B. N. 
Smith, Prop. 

Stirewalt's Grist and Saw ivlill, Aston 
Run, Jacob Stirewalt, Prop. 

Ury's Grist Mill, Adam's Creek, M. A. 
Ury, Prop. 

Taller's Grist Slill and Cording JIachine, 
Ilarrisburg, Joshua Tetter, Prop. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bingham, L. S., Concord. 
Farr, Solomon, County. 
Flow, D. W., Pioneer '^Mills. 
Fink John, Concord. 
Gib.son, E. R., Concord. 
Gibson, John A., County. 
Gilmore, Samuel J.. County. 
Henderson, F. M., Concord. 
Henderson, John S., Mt. Pleasant. 
JMcEachem, Jas. E., County. 
Rose, L. R., Mt. Pleasant. 
Scott, A. H., Concord. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Concord, John Fink. 
Harrisburg, N. A. Jxirkpatrick. 
Mt. Pleasant, Miss Lefler. 



CALDWELL COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 7,497 

County seat — Lenoik. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, T. F. Dula. 

Clerk County Court, J. R. Wilson, 



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CAMDEN. 



Clerk Superior Court, R .R WakeGeld. 
Chairman County Court, 8. F. Peterson. 
Clerk and ?.Iasterin Eq., W. N. Puett. 
Coroner, John G. Ballew. 
Register. H. Is. JMiller. 
Sheriff, R. R. JlcCall. 
Surveyor, C. AlcDickson. 

Standard Keener, 

Trustee, C. W.' Clark. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Davenport Female College, Lenoir, Rev. 

Samuel Lander, President. 
Lenoir Male Academy, E. W. Faucette, 

Prill. 
Mt. Bethel, Academy, county, , Prin. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Lenoir Hotel, Lenoir, L. F. Whitaker, 
Prop. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton Factory, Paterson, R. L. Patter- 
son, Prop. 

MERCHANTS. 

Dula, S. P., Lenoir. 
GriiEth, J. R., Lenoir. 
Gilbert, L. W., Lenoir. 
Harper, G. W. & S. F., Lenoir. 
Moore, M. V., Lenoir. 
Malone & McElroy, Lenoir. 
Tuttle & Cockran, Copenhagen. 

MINISTERS. 

Conway, W. "W., Icard Station, Baptist. 
Martin, Barney, Icard Station, Bap. 
Moody, R. H., Cattellsville, Bap. 
Oxford, Isaac, Deal's Mill, Bap. 
Powell, J. B., Lenoir, Bap. 
Sherrill, Geo. D., Lenoir, Bap. 
Smith, Isaac, Lenoir, Bap. 
Rankin^ Lenoir, Presbyterian. 

Lander, Sam'l, Lenoir, JMethodist. 
Hays, Abram, Love Lady, IMeth., (local.) 
Healon, J. S., Lenoir, Meth., (local.) 
Lewis, Wm., Love Lady, Meth., (local.) 
JMontgomery, J. S., Lenoir. Meth., (local) 
Payne, J. N., Hickory Tavern, Meth., 

(local.) 
Ivey, Geo. W., Lenoir, Meth., 
Montgomery, Sam'l, Lenoir, Meth., 

(local.) 
Weber, S. A., Lenoir, Meth., (local.) 

PHYSICIANS. 

Johnson, J. T., Lenoir. 
Carter, G. N., Elkville. 
Scrogg, A. A., Lenoir. 



POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Lenoir, R. Boyle. 
Patterson, S. N. Clinard. 

Icard Station, 

Deal's Mill, 

Copenhagen, 

Elkville, 



CAMDEN COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 5,343 

County Seat — Camden C. H. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Attorney, 

Clerk County Court, G. W. Spencer. 
Clerk Superior Court, J. G. Morrisett. 

Chairman County Court, 

Clerk and blaster in Eq., J. A. Sjicncer. 
Coroner, Joseph S. Sanderlin. 
Register, T. B. Boushall. 
Sheriff, Nathan G. Grandy. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Jonesboro' Academy, Jouesboro', E. 

Gillman, Prin 
Sawyer's Creek Academy, Sawyers 

Creek, Marietta Pitcher, Prin. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Ebenezer, Missionary Baptist, Wm. L. 

Fitcher, Pastor. 
Sawyer's Creek, Miss. Baptist, R. R. 

Overby, Pastor. 
South Mills, Miss. Bap., Wm L. Fitcher, 

Pastor. 
Shiloah, 3Iiss. Bap. , Wells Briggs, Past'r. 

IMcBride's Chapel, Meth., Joseph Amis, 

Pastor. 
Old Trap, Meth., Joseph Amis, Pastor. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Camden Hotel, Camden C. IL, J. B. 

Butt, Prop. 
South Mills, South Mills, R. J. Bullock, 

Prop. 

LAWYERS. 

Ferebee, D. D., South Mills. 
Ilarrell, S. A., Camden C. H. 



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CARTERET. 



MANUFACTORIES. 

Harness Factory, Camden C. II., Fran- 
cis Picone, Prop. 

MERCHANTS. 

Barce (E. J.) & Bro., Dry Goods & Gro- 
ceries, Shiloah. 

Cherry, A. P., Dry Goods & Groceries, 
South Mills. 

Ferebee & Bell, Dry Goods & Groceries, 
Sawyer s Creek. 
, Ferebee, Jas. C, Dry Goods & Groceries, 
Camden C. H. 

Forbes, Jno. W., Dry Goods & Groceries, 
Sawyer's Creek. 

Jacobs, John, Dry Goods & Groceries, 
South Mills. 

Jones, Simeon A., Dry Goods & Groc'rs, 
Shiloah. 

Morrisett, Wm. J., Dry Goods & Gro- 
ceries, Camden C. H. 

Morrisett, Isaac W., Dry Goods & Gro- 
ceries, Shiloah. 

Nash, John C, Dry Goods & Groceries, 
Sawyer's Creek. 

MINISTERS. 

Amis, Joseph, Meth., South Mills. 
Briggs, W., Miss. Bap., Shiloah. 
Fitcher, W. L., Miss. Bap., Camden 

C.H. 
Overby, R. R., Miss. Bap., Camdnn, C. H. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Dozier's Mill, Camden C. H.. E. L. Do- 
zier. 

Abbott's Mill, South Mills, Wm. R. Ab- 
bott. 

Overton's Mill, South Mills, Yr'm. R. 
Overton. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Mullen, F. N., South Mills. 
Nixon, Geo. ^V., South Mills. 
Nash, Thos, S., Camden C. H. 
Perkins, R. C, Camden C. H. 
Taylor, J. A., South Mills. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Camden C. H., E. W. Morse. 
South Mills, Mrs. J. Jacobs. 



OARTEEET COUNTY. 

Population ix 1860 8,186. 

County Seat— Beaufokt. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, A. W. Rieger. 
Clerk County Court, James Rumley. 
Clerk Superior Court, W. H. Sweetzer. 
Chairman County Court, B. L. Perry, Sr. 
Clerk and Master in Eq., B. L. Perry, Sr. 

Coroner, 

Register, Rev. John Rumley. 
Sheriff, J. Henry Davis. 
Sheriff Deputy, John Davis. 
Constable, C. H. Ward, Newport. 
Standard Keeper, James T. White. 
Trustee, W. B. Duncan. 

OTHER OFFICERS. 

Collector of Customs, J. A. Hedrick. 
Assistant Assessor U. S. , E. O. Loe. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Beaufort Female Seminary, E. G. Moore, 

Princiioal. 
Primary School, Miss Bettie Robinson, 

Prin. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Beaufort Station, Methodist, J. B. Bob- 

bitt. 
Beaufort, Episcoi^al, Wm. E. Snowdown. 
Beaufort, Baptist, Jacob Utley. 

Purvis Chape, (col.) Methodist, 

Harlow's Creek, JMeth., Wm. M. Jordan. 
Straits, Straits, Meth., John Jones. 
Smyrna, Straits, Meth., John Jones. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Atlantic Hotel, Beaufort, S. D. Page. 
Proprietor. 

Macon House, Morehead City, T. L. Hall, 
Prop. 

Newport Hotel, Newport, J. L. Bell, 

Front Street House, Beaufort, Wm. C. 
King, Prop. 

Boarding House, Beaufort, Belcher Ful- 
ler, Prop. 

Boarding House, Beaufort, David Whar- 
ton, Prop. 

LAWYERS. 

Doughty (Wm. J.) & Bro., Beaufort. 
Perry, J. M., Beaufort. 
Rieger, A. W., Beaufort. 
C. R. Thomas. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Excelsior Oil and Guano, Ormsby & Co., 
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CARTERET. 



Excelsior Oil and Guano. Sol. Adams & 
Co., Beaufort. 

^lERCIIANTS, &c. 

Bell, C. S., Dry Goods and Groceries, 
Beaufort. 

Bell, J. L., Dry Goods and Groceries, 
Newport. 

Bell (D. H. L.) & Son, Dry Goods and 
Groceries, Beaufort. 

Bell. Church. Dry Goods and Groceries, 
Wholesale and Retail, Beaufort. 

Duncan, Thos. L., Dry Goods and Gro- 
ceries, Beaufort. 

Dili, Wm. F., Dry Goods and Groceries, 
Beaufort. 

Davis, A. C, Dry Goods and Groceries, 
Beaufort, 

Duncan, J. L., Dry Goods and Groceries, 
Beaufort. 

Dill (S. L.) & Son, Dry Goods and Gro- 
ceries, Beaufort. 

Farlow, L. S. , Dry Goods and Groceries, 
Beaufort. 

Gibble, J. L., Dry Goods and Groceries, 
Beaufort. 

Lowenberg «fc Bro., Dry Goods and Gro- 
ceries, Beaufort. 

Rieger, Davis & Bro., Dry Goods and 
Groceries, Beaufort. 

Ramsey (Isaac) & Son, Dry Goods and 
Groceries, Beaufort. 

Perry (B. L.) & Son, Dry Goods and Gro- 
ceries, Beaufort. 

Piver & Bushall, Dry Goods and Groce- 
ries, Beaufort. 

Suydam, Allen, Dry Goods and Groce- 
ries, Beaufort. 

Sanders (D. S.) & Co., Dry Goods and 
Groceries, Beaufort. 

Thomas, Thos., Dry Goods and Groceries, 
Beaufort. 

Taylor, Geo. W., Dry Goods and Groce- 
ries, Beaufort. 

Whitney, J. P., Dry Goods and Groce- 
ries, Beaufort. 

Davis, Allen, Druggist, Beaufort. 

Martin, L. W., Druggist, Beaufort. 

AValker, R. E.. Druggist, Beaufort. 

SniPPING AJfD COMMISSION MEKCnANTS 

Bell (D. n. L.) & Son, Beaufort. 
Bell, D. H. & .7. L., Beaufort. 
- Bell, Chiirch, Beaufort. 
Duncan & Ramsey, Beaufort. 
Henshaw & Thorburn, Beaiifort. 
Perry (B. L.) & Son, Beaufort. 
Piver & Bushall, Beaufort. 

BOSS SHIP CARPENTEK3. 

Swidell, Joseph, Beaufort. 



Brooks, Wm., Beaufort. 

TAILOKS. 

Camell, J. O., Beaufort. 
Jacobs, Wm. A., Beaufort. 
Pierce, C. C, Beaufort. 

BAHBERSAND OXnEIlS. 

Figarada. John, Beaufort. 

Parker, David, Beaufort. 

Fisher, Jerry. Blacksmith, Beaufort. 

Pearce, D. & B. , House & Sign Painters, 
Beaufort. 

Dill, J. R., House & Sign Painter, Beau- 
fort. 

Buckman, (E.) & Bro., House Carpenter, 
Beaufort. 

Norwood, Alex., House Carpenter, Beau- 
fort. 

Robinson, Jos. P., House Carpenier, 
Beaufort. 

MINISTERS. 

Bobbitt, J. B., Meth., Beaufort. 
Jones, John, Meth., Morehead City, 
Jordan, Wm. M., Meth.. Newport. 
Perkins, E. L., ]\Ieth., Newport. 
Rumley, John, Meth., Beaufort. 

Snowdown, Wm. S., Epis'pal. Beaufort 

Utley, Jacob, Bap., Beaufort. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Steam Saw and Grist, Duncan, Perry &; 
Co., Beaufort. 

Steam Saw and Grist, C. Hanners, Ag't, 
Newport. 

Water Saw and Grist, J. L. Bell, New- 
port. 

Wa.er Grist, David Jones, Morehead 
City. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Arendell. M. F., Beaufort. 
Davis, Benjamin, Beaufort. 
Hill, C. H., Newport. 
]\Iartin, L. W., Beaufort. 
]\lanney, .J. L., Beaufort. 
Jones, Wm. C. , Morehead City. 
Lane, Henry C, Morehead City. 
Leffers, Richard, Straits. 
Perry, James M.. Beaufort. 
Perkins, E. L., Newport. 
Walker, R. E., Beaufort. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Beaufort, J. .1. Davis. 
Morehead City, J. B. Rhodes. 
Nevvport, J. B. Mann. 



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CASWELL COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 1G,215. 

County Seat— Yasceyvii.le. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, E. W. Withers. 
Clerk County Court. H. F. Brandon. 
Clerk Superior Co., James A. Henderson. 
Chairman County Court, James K. Lea. 
Clerk and M. in *Eq., Thos. A. Donoho. 

Coroner, 

Register Levi C. Pag:e. 
Sheriff, John C. Griffith. 
Surveyor, Samual L. Venable. 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, Tqomas D. Johnson. 
Deputy Sheriffs, John L. Stoton and 
John W. Duke. 

BORDER. AGRICULT'R'L SOCIETY. 

Wm. T. Sutherlin, DanvOle, President. 
Thos. P. Atkinson, Danville, Cor. Sec- 
retary. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Dan River Male Institute, Yanceyville, 

Jeseph Venable, Principal. 
Leasburg Male Academy. Leasburg, Rev. 

Solomon Lea, Principal. 
Somerville Female Institute, Leasburg, 

Rev. Solomon Lea and Daughters, Pr. 
Milton Female Academy, Milton, Mrs. 

John Wilson, Principal. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS." 

Yanceyville, Pres.. Jacob Doll. 
Bethesda, Pres., Jacob Doll. 
Grier's, Pres., S. A. Stanfield. 
Milton, Pies., S. A. Stanfield. 

Camp Spring, Meth., Lemon Shell. 
Harrison's, Meth., Lemon Shell. 
Kimbro's, Meth., Lemon Shell. 
Newhope, Meth., Lemon Shell. 
Prcspect, Meth., Lemon Shell. 
Bethany, Meth., J. H. Wheeler. 
Union, Meth., J. H. Wheeler, 
llobson, Meth., J. H. Wheeler. 
Connallies, Meth., J. H. AVheeler. 
Shady Grove, Meth., Lemon Shell. 
Yanceyville, Meth., Lemon Shell. 
Leasburg, Meth., J. H. Wheeler. 
Beulah, Mis. Bap., Robert A. Jrloore. 
Milton, Mis. Bap., Rev. IJardwicke. 
Providence, Mis. Bap., S. G. Mason. 
Kerr's Chapel, Mis. Bap., F. M. Jordan. 
Prospect, Prim. Bap., — Hall. 
Bush Arbor, Pi-im. Bap., 



County Line, Prim. Bap., F. L. Oakley. 
HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

jMilton Hotel, iSIilton, Jarvis Friou, Prop. 

Caswell Hotel, YanceyvUle, A. A. Mitch- 
ell, Prop. 

Leasburg Hotel, Leasburg, John Cul- 
breth, Prop. 

—LAWYERS. 

Kerr, John Yanceyville. 
Hill Samuel P. Yanceyville. 
3IcGehee, Montford Milton. 
Withers, E. W. Yanceyville, 
Tatten, L. L. Yanceyville. 
Thompson, Geo. N. Leasburg. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Tobacco Factory, Leasburg, Fuller (A. 
M.) ct Wilkerson (John E.) Prop.s. 

Tobacco Factory, Leasburg, Hancock 
(R. P.) & Taylor (Wm. jr.) Props. 

Tobacco Factory, Leasburg, Josiah Stan- 
field, Prop. 

Tobacco Factoiy, Leasburg, John F. 
W agstaff. Prop. 

Tobacco Factory, Yanceyville, James K, 
Lea, Prop. 

MERCHANTS. 

Friaw, James Diy Goods and Groceries, 
Milton. 

Graves & Co., Dry Geods and Groceries, 
YanceyvUle. 

Harralson (Brice) & McKee (Jas. L.) 
Dry Goods and Groceries, Yanceyville. 

Hancock (R. P.) & Paylor(Wm. jr.) Dry 
Goods and Groceries, Leasburg. 

Holder (S. B.) & Irvine (John L.) Dry 
Goods and Groceries, JMilton. 

Henderson, Jas. A. Dry Goods and Gro- 
ceries, Yanceyville. 

Norlleet & Roane, Grocers, Yanceyville. 

Neal (Jas. N.) & Johnson (Thomas D.) 
Dry Giroods and Groceries, Yanceyville. 

Paylor, Jas. H. Dry Goods and Groce- 
ries, Yanceyville. 

Patterson, David Dry Goods and Groce- 
ries, Milton. 

Smith, Wm. F. Dry Goods and Groce- 
ries, JMilton. 

Stanfield, J. A. Dry Goods and Groce- 
ries, Leasburg. 

Smith, W. H. Dry Goods and Groceries, 
Prospect Hill. 

Warren (F. L.) & Richmond (D. W. K.) 
Dry Goods & Groceries, Prospect Hill. 

Warren (Jas.) & Thomas (W. H.) Dry 
Goods and Groceries, Hightowers. 

Wilson, John Dry Goods and Groceries, 
^ Milton. 



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CASWELL. 



CATAWBA. 



Watkins & Son (Samuel & W. M.) Dry 
Goods and Groceries, ]SIilton. 

Donoho, Moses Ccolored) Dry Goods and 
Groceries, Milton. 

Morris & Mason, (colored) Dry Goods 
and Groceries, Yanceyville. 

Mitchell, A. A. Druggist, Yanceyville. 

N ewbill, R. A. Druggist, Milton. 

MINISTERS. 

Shell, Lemon Meth., Yanceyville. 
Lea, Solomon, Meth., Leasburg. 
"Wheeler, J oseph H. Meth., Leasburg. 

Doll, Jacob Pres., Yanceyville. 
Stanfield, S. A. Pres., Milton. 

Mason, S. G. Bap., Yanceyville. 
Moore, Robt. A. Bap., Leasburg. 

Ward, Quinton A. Prim. Bap., Ander- 
son's Store. 

Oakley, F. L. Prim. Bap., Anderson's 
Store. 

Hall, — Prim. Bap., Anderson's Store. 

Anderson, Robt. Christian, Anderson's 
Store. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Blackwell's Mill, Blackwells, Blackwell 

(John B.) & Mitchell (A. J.) 
Bayne's Mill, Anderson's Store, Thorn- 
ton Y. Bayne. 
Graves' JMill, Yanceyville, William B. 

Graves. 
Hunt's Mm, Milton, Hunt (L. H.) & 

Walker (H. A.) 
Long's Mill, Milton, Wm. Long. 
Lea's Mill, Yanceyville, Sidney S. Lea. 
Malone's Mill, Leasburg, Malone (Jas.) 

& Currie (T. W.) 
Oliver's Mill, Hightowers, Iverson L. 

Oliver. 
Richmond's Mill, Hightowers, James Y. 

Richmond. 
Stad let's Mill, Anderson's Store, R. E. 

St^ddler. 
Smith's ]Mill, Leasburg, Rich. I. Smith. 
Blade's Mill, Yanceyville, Thos. Slade. 
Slade's jMill, Yanceyville, Wm. & Abisha 

Slade. 
Womack's Mill, YanceyvUle, Thomas J. 

Womack. 
Walker's Mill. Anderson's Store, Mrs. 

Rachel Walker. 
Williamson's ]\Iill, Locust Hill, Estate 

Dr. Jas. E. Williamson. 

Walters' Mill, A G. Walters. 

Yarborough's Mill, Milton, J. J. Yar- 

brough. 
Yarborough's Mill, A. J. & R. L. Yar- 

broiigh. 



PHYSICIANS. 

Anderson, John Q. Anderson's Store. 
Brooks, Wm. A. Milton. 
Bracken, S. S. Blackwells. 
Dodson, Thos. C. Purley. 
Dodson, Charles R. JMilton. 
Gunn, Geo. W. Yanceyville. 
Gunn, Allen Yanceyville. 
Henderson, Nathaniel S. Blackwells. 
Roan, N. M. Yanceyville. 
Roan, Preston Yanceyville. 
Richmond, S. P. Leasburg. 
Stephens, Wm. G. Lea.sburg. 
Stanfield, Josiah A. Leasburg. 
Thompson, Jacob A. Leasburg. 
Terrell, Monroe, Prospect. 
Williamson, John L. Locust Hill. 
Ware, James T. Locust Hill. 
Yancey, A. G. Yanceyville. 

DENTISTS. 

Henderson, L. B. Yanceyville. 
Hooper, E. H. Blackwells. 
Hooper, W. P. Blackwells. 
Siddell, C. G. Leasburg. 
Wemple, John D. Yanceyville. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Anderson's Store, 



Blackwells, C. B. Luke. 

Hightowers, 

Locust Hill, Mrs. Paschall. 
Leasburg, Mrs. Susan Paylor. 
]Milton, John J. Jones. 
Prospect, Mr.s. F. L. Warren. 
Yanceyville, Mrs. Paylor. 



CATAWBA COUNTY. 

Population ix 18G0 10,729. 

County Seat — Newton. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, M. E. Lowrance. 
Clerk County Court, M. L. Cline. 
Clerk Superior Court, D. F. Moore. 
Chairman Co. Court, Dr. O. Campbell. 
Clerk & M. in Equity, Dr. O. CampbeU" 
Register, D. B. Gaither. 
Coroner, F. L. Herman. 
Sheriff, Jonas Cline. 
Standard Keeper, A. Summit. 
Surveyor, J. P. Cline. 
Trustee, Geo. A. Ikerd. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Catawba High School, English and Clas- 
sical, Newton, J. C. Clapp, A. B., and 
IVIaj. S. M. Finger, A. B. 



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CATAWBA. 



CHATHA]\r. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

St. Pauls, Evan. Luth., P. C. Henkel. 
St. Johns, Evan. Luth., P. C. Henkel. 
Trinity, Evan. Luth., P. C. Henkel. 
Hasses, Evan. Luth.. P. C. Henkel. 

St. Pauls, German Reform, John Lantz. 
Kewton, German Reform, John Lantz. 
Mathews, German Reform, John Lantz. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 
Newton Hotel, Newton, Capt. Bost. 

LAWYERS. 

McCorkle, M. L. Newton. 
Lowrance, M. E. Newton. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton Factory, near Catawba Station, 

Powell & Shuford. 
Cotton Factory, near Catawba Station, 

Powell & Tate. 

MERCHANTS. 

Eerier, Geo. General Hardware & Dry 
Goods, Newtoo. 

Cline & Bost, Dry Goods, Hardware, No- 
tions &c., Newton. 

Cobb, (J. S.) & Son, Dry Goods, Newton. 

Gaither, (D. B.) & Son, Dry Goods, 
Newton. 

Fry & Wilfang, Dry Goods, Newton. 

Holt & Brothers, Dry Goods, Newton. 

Yount, (J. M. A.) Bro. & Smith, Dry 
Goods, Newton. 

MINISTERS. 

Helton, Rob't Meth., (local)''Jacob's Fork. 
Warlick,D. E. Meth., (local) Jacob's Fork. 
Sherrell, Dr. Meth., (local) Mountain 

Creek. 
Hughes, J. P., Meth., (local) Newton. 

Henkle, P. C. Luth., Newton. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Reinhardt's IMill. W. P. Reinhardt. 
Heldebrands' Mill, P. M. Heldebrand. 
Bostian's Mill, F. W. Bostian. 
Sawyer's Mill, Silas Sawyer. 
Setzar's Mill, G. & J. L. Setzer. 
Younts' Mm, G. D. L. Yount. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Abernathy, T. Isl. Newton. 
Campbell, O. Newton. 
Nichols, Geo. Newton. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 
Newton, Miss Harriet E. Bost. 



CHATHAM COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 19,101. 

County Seat— PiTTSBORo'. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Benj. J. House. 

Clerk County Court, R. C. Cotton. 

Clerk Superior Court, J. A. Thompson. 

Chairman County Court, 

Clerk and M. in Eq., H. Merritt. 

Coroner, 

Register, Wm. Hatt'h. 
Sherilf , G. J. Williams. 
Deputy Sheriff, I. Neal. 

Standard Keeper, 

Surveyor, 

Trustee, G. J. Williams. 
Constable, J. M. Blond. 



SCHOOLS. 

Pittsboro' Scientific Academy, C. B. Den- 
son. 

Female Academy, Pittsboro', Rev. R. B. 
Sutton. 

Haywood High School, Iliiywood, L. 
Holmes. 

Mt. Vernon Seminary, Mt. Vernon, Monk 
& Emerson. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Pittsboro', Church, Epis.,R. B. Sutton. 

Pittsboro', Meth., J. B. Martin. 
Haywood, Meth., J. B. ]\Iartin. 
Pleasant Hill, Jileth., J. B. Martin. 
Hickory Mountain, Meth., J. B. Martin. 
Mt. Vernon, Meth., J. B. Martin. 
Brown's Chapel, Meth., J. B. Martin. 
Chatham Church, Meth., J. B. Martin. 
Mt. Zion, Meth., J. B. Martin. 
Mt. Pleasant, Meth., O. J. Brent. 
Cedar Grove, Meth., O. J. Brent. 
Shadv Grove, Meth., O. J. Brent. 
Merritt's Chapel, Meth., O. J. Brent. 
Ebenezer, Meth., O. J. Brent. 
Buckhorn, Meth., J. W. Avent. 
Asbury, Meth., F. H. Wood. 
Shilo, Meth.,F. H. Wood. 
Fairpromise, Meth.,F. II. Wood. 
Maroney's Meth., F. H. Wood. 

Shady Grove, Bap., 

Gum Spring, Bap., 

May's Chapel, Bap., 

Emeus, Bap. , 

Olive Chapel, Bap., 

Rock Spring, Bap., Wm. Linebury. 
Pittsboro', Bap., Wm. Marsh. 
Rieve's Chapel, Bap., Wm. Marsh. 



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CHATHAM. 



CHATHAM. 



Mt. Gelead, Bap., 

Lvstra, Bap., J. P. Mason. 

IVIt. Olhc, Bap., 

Pleasant Grove, Bap., 

Moore's Chapel, Baji., 

Bear Creek, Baji., 

Mt. Pisgah, Bap., J. C. Wilson. 

Mineral Sprinj^, 

Love's Creek, 

Cedar Falls, 

Rocky River, 

Fall Creek 

Pittsboro', Pres., Natlian Paton. 
Haywood, Pres,, Nathan Paton. 

Center, Prot. Meth., 



HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Haywood Inn, Haywood, R. Fanectt, sr. 
Eagle Hotel, Pittsboro,' N. A. Ramscv. 
Biirk's Hotel, Pittsboro', H. H. Burk. " 

LAWYERS. 

Headen, James, Pittsboro'. 
House, Benj. J. Haj'wood. 
Jlerritt, L. J. Pittsboro'. 
JManning, John Pittsboro'. 
Jackson, J. .J. Pittsboro'. 
Waddell, M. Q. Pittsboro'. 
London, fl. A. jr., Pittsboro'. 

JilANUFACTORIES. 

Egypt Mining Company, Egypt, Robert 
Payton, Engineer. 

Foundry and ^laebine Shop, Lockville, Si- 
las Burns. 

Iron Manufacturing Co., Egypt, Clegg, 
Dennis & Co. 

]\IERCHANTS. 

Brown S: Russell, Drv Goods, &c., Ei^vpt. 

Clegg, I. N. Dry Goods, &c., Lockviilc. 

Durham, F. li. Saddle and Harness Shop, 
Haywood. 

Farrar, J. H. Watch JIakcr and Jeweler, 
Haywood. 

Fichet, M. L. Shoemaker, Haywood. 

Headen & Bynum, Dry Goods, «fec., Pitts- 
boro'. 

Headen, A. G. Dry Goods, &c., Pittsboro'. 

Long, J. A. Dry Goods, &c,, Lockville. 

Long, Edwin Dry Goods, &c., Pittsboro'. 

London (H. A.) & Son, Dry Goods, &c., 
Pittsboro'. 

Marsh & Jessup, Dry Goods, &c., Egypt. 

McArthur & Davis, Dry Goods, &c., 
Egypt. 

Moore, F. M. Dry Goods, &c., Pittsboro'. 

Nash, W. A. Dry Goods, &c., Pittsboro'. 



Patterson, Wm. Dry Goods, &c., Pitts- 
boro'. 

Poe & Hanks, Dry Goods, &c., Pittsl)oro'. 

Scott. J. W. Drv Goods, »fcc.. Ha v wood. 

Vestal, N. Dry Goods, &c., Egy])"t. 

Womac, & Hill, Dry Goods, "&c., Pitts- 
boro'. 

Womac, J. A. Dry Goods, &c., Pittsboro'. 

Yarborough, A. M. Dry Goods, &c., Glen- 
aloon. 

MINISTERS. 

Sutton, R. B. Epis., Pittsboro'. . 
Holmes, L. Ej^is., Haywood. 

Bobbitt, W. H. i\Icth., Pittsboro'. 
Martin, .Ins. B. Meth., Pittsboro'. 
Taylor, AVm. P. M-tli., Pittsboro'. 
Johnson, Minton ^leth., Egvpt, 
Farrar, Ti.os. B. Meth., BeTlevoir. 
Cotton, James Meth , Martha's Vineyard. 
Snipes, Wni. Meth., Pittsboro'. 
Burnett, F. Meth., Pittsboro'. 
Burnett, L. Meth., Pittsboro'. 
Long, J. i\Ieth., Grove. 
Mann, Hen^y Meth., BelkvoLr. 

MILLS AKD MILL OWNERS. 

Burns' Mill, Pittsboro', B. Burns. 

Bynum'sjMill, Pittslioro', ■ 

Hadley's IMill. Pittsboro', W. P. Hadley. 
Haughton's Mill, Egyjjt, Haughton & 

Harriss. 
Clegg's Mill, Havwood, I. N. Clegg. 
Heck's Mill, Lockville, Heck, Clegg & Co. 
Love's Jlill, Hadley's, Rol)'t. L()\-e. 
Julia's Mill, Pittsboro', ]\Irs. Julia. 
Moore's Mill, Pittsboro', G. P. Moore. 
Paschal'sMiU Pittsboro', PasckiU ik; New- 

lui. 
Taylor's WiW, Pittsboro', AV. P. Taylor. 
Thomas' Mill, lla^ wood, B. Thomas. 
Womblc's :Mill, Pittsboro', T. W. Womble. 
Green's, R. N. Beaumont. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Berry, Wm. F. Pittsboro'. 
Buchanan, W. Martha's Vineyard. 
Hanks, J. A. Pittsboro'. 
Newbv, S. C, Eirvi)t. 
Waddell, D. S. Pittsboro'. 
Wvche, R. A. Haywood. 
Parmer, A. W. Gul% 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Pittsboro', John T. ISIallory. 
Egypt, H. L. JSIuse. 
Haywood, J. B. Drake. 
G.enaloon, A. M. Yarborough. 
Hadley's, 



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CHIiROKEE. 



CHOWAN. 



OHEEOKEE COUNTY. 

Population in 1S60 9,IGG. 

County Seat— ]\I rKrnv. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Eiley Cannon. 
Clerk County Court, Drury Weeks. 
Clerk Superior Court, James C. Axley. 
Clerk S: ]\[. in Eq'y, Sam'l W. Davidson. 
Chairman Co. Court, David Ilencsy. 
Coi'oner, Wm. Sampler. 
Kegister, Phillip Y. Britain. 
Sheriff, Wm. Beal. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper,- 



Trustee, ^V^m. Beal. 

SCHOOLS. 

Mt. Pleasant Academy, ^Ir. Brooks. 

CHURCHES AXD PASTORS. 

Murphy, Bap., Alfried Corn, 
llarshaw's Chapel, Meth., 



HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Boarding House, I^Iurphy, Sam'l Henry. 
Boarding House, ilurphy, I^ewis Hub- 
bard. 

LAWYERS. 

Axley. F. ]\[urphy. 
Roland, Jon. Murphy. 

MERCHANTS. 

Foot & Abbott, Dry Goods & Groceries 

JIurphy. 
Birch, Dry Goods & Groceries 

Valley Towti. 
Francis, J. W. Dry Goods & Groceries 

Valley Town. 
Hyatt, S. W. Diy Goods & Groceries 

Wolf Creek. 
King, M. C. Dry Goods & Grocries 

Murphy. 
Phillips, N. G. Dry Goods & Groceries 

Valley Town. 
Short, Dry Goods tt Groceries 

Persimmon Creek. 
Vest, Wm. Dry Goods & Groceries 

Shade Creek. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Calvard's Mill, Wra. Calvard. 
Calvard's Jlilill, N. M. Calvard. 
Farmer's Mill, John Farmer. 
Farmer's Mill, Wm. Farmer. 



Henson's ]\Iill, Joseph Ileuson. 

Herman's Jlill, 

Hartness' JNIill, John Ilortness. 
Latham's Jlill, Thos. W. Latham. 
Lovegood's Mill, Nancy Lovegood. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Andrews, L. A. Murphy. 

Hooper, Cheoah. 

Patton, John W. Murphy. 
Mayfield, Valley Town. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

]\Iurphy, Wm. T. Green. 
Valley Town, Mrs. Walker. 

Gold is found in many place; Iron and 
Lead plentiful ; Fine Marble in abun- 
dance. 



CHOWAN COUNTY. 

Population in 1800 6,842 

County Seat — Edenton. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, H. A. Gilliam. 
Clerk Co. Court, Wm. R. Skinner. 
Clerk Superior Court, John W. Jones, jr. 
Chairman Co. Court, Joseph T. Waff. 
Clerk & M. in Eq. Augustus M. Moore. 

Coroner, 

Register, Nathan S. Perkins. 
Sheriff, Jliles C. Brinkley. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, • 

Trustee, John M. Jones. 

Chairman, Yrardens of Poor, .John Bon- 



TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor, Edenton, James R. B. Hathaway. 

commissioners. 

Thos. C. Badham, John H. Garrett. 
Geo. W. Smith, James A. Woodard. 

Nathan S. Perkins. 
Town Constable, Richard Keough. 
Clerk of Board of Commissioners, Wm. 
R. Skinner. 

SCHOOLS AND PRINCIPALS. 

Edenton Acad'ray, Edenton, .7 T. Decn.s. 
Public School, Edenton, Miss Sallie 

White. 
Boys «fc Girls School, Edenton, 3Ii.ss 

Maggie Beal. 
Parrochial School, Edenton, Rev. Mr. 

Hilliard. 



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CHOWAN. 



CLAY. 



Centre Hill Academy, Centre Hill, Mr. 
Baxclay. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Edenton, IMeth.. P. F. August. 

Evan's, Meth.. Lumsden. 

Skinner's, Meth., Lumsden. 

Ballards Bridge, Bap., Daniel V. Ether- 
edge. 
Bethel, Bap., T. W. Babb. 
Edenton, Bap.. C. T. Bailey. 
Macedonia, Bap., W. Leary. 
Rockahock, Bap., D. V. Etheridge. 
Warwick, Bap., Ephraim Bunch. 
Yeopim, Bap., T, J. Knapp. 

St. Pauls, Epis., Edenton, F. W. Hil- 
liard. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Edenton Hotel, Sam'l T. Bond. 

LAWYERS. 

Gilliam, Henry A. Edenton. 
Johnson, Gabriel Edenton. 
Moore, Wm. A. Edenton. 
Moore, John Edenton. 
Moore, Augustus M. Edenton. 

MERCHANTS. 

B adham, (Wm.) & Bro., Dry Gods, &c. 
Edenton. 

Bond, Alex. H. Dry Goods &c., Edenton. 

Bonce, H. A. Dry Goods &c., Edenton. 

Blair (color'd) Dry Goods &c., 

Edenton. 

Creighton, Wm. Dry Goods &c., Eden- 
ton. 

Garrett, John H., Dry Goods &c., Eden. 

Hathaway, Jos. R. B. Dry Goods &c., 

Jones, John N. Dry Goods ttc, Edenton. 

Mitchell, R. G., Dry Goods &c., Eden- 
ton. 

Pearce, EdwardDry Goods &c., Edenton. 

Perkins, R. Dry Goods &c., Edenton. 

Smith, Geo. W. Dry Goods &c., Edenton. 

Woodard, Jas. A. Dry Goods &c., Eden- 
ton. 

Jordan, Dan'l T. Confectionaries &c., 
Edenton. 

Roberts, Fred. L. Druggist. 

MINISTERS. 

Etheredge, Dan'l V. Bapt., Edenton. 
Bunch, Ephraim Bap., Mintonsville. 
Knapp, T. J. Bap., Edenton. 
Leary, West Bap., Edenton. 



HiUiard, F. W. Epig., Edenton. 
Norfleet, Wm. J., Meth., Edenton. 
Bailey, C. T., Meth., Edenton. 
August, P. F. meth., Edenton. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Steam Saw Mill, Hays, John Thompson. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Capehart, Wm. R. Edenton. 
Coke, Geo. H. Edenton. 
Dillard, Richard Edenton. 
Norcum, Wm. A. B. Edenton. 
Warren, L. P. Edenton. 
Winbome, Rob't H. Edenton. 
Fuqua, Dentist, Edenton. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Edenton, John R. McCurdy. 



CLAY COUNTY. 

[Erected since last Census.] 
County seat — FoRT Hembrie. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Attorney, 

Clerk County Court, E. G. Smith. 
Clerk Sup. Court, W. H. Johnson. 

Chairman Co. Court, 

Clerk and M. in Eq., J. O. Hicks. 

Coroner, 

Register, 'Wra. JlcConnell. 
Sheriff, J. B. Chastain. 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, R. S. Pass. 
Surveyor, N. W. Moore. 

SCHOOLS. 

Fort Hembrie Academy. Fort Plembrie, 
J. O. Hicks, Rev. J. Hood, Priucii^als. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Fort Hembrie Church, Meth., Jacob 
Smith. 

Fort Hembrie Church, Bap., E. Iledden- 

Fort Hembrie Church, Pres., J. Hood. 

MERCIIx\NTS. 

Anderson, J. S. Dry Goods and Groceries, 

Fort Hembrie. 
Henderson & McClure, Dry Goods and 

Groceries, Ilayesville. 
Duncan, J. B. Dry Goods and Groceries, 

Hayesville. 



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CLEVELAND. 



Bristol (O. W.) & Son, Dry Goods and 
Groceries, Hayesville. 

Ilogsed & Gipaou, Dry Goods and Gro- 
ceries, Shooting Creek. 

MIKES. 

Warren Gold Mine, at Brasstown. 
Silver, Copper and Iron found in tliis 
County. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Gaston, P. C. Fort Hembrie. 



CLEVELAND COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 13,343 

Oounty Seat — Shelby. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, H. Caboness. 

Clerk Cuunty Court, S. Williams. 

Clerk Superior Court, J. Jenkins. 

Chairman Co. Court, D. Whisnont. 

Clerk & M. in Equity, Thos. Williams. 

Coroner, Elisha McBrayer. 

Register C. Carpenter. 

Sheriff, J. Z. Falls. 

Surveyor, J. C. Oats. 

Standard Keeper, M. E. Rudisill. 

Trustee, C. il. Fulenwider. 

SCHOOLS. 

Shelby l\Iale Academy, J. H. Sawyer, 
Prin. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Shelby Church, Bap., Shelby, M. C. Bar- 
rett. 

Shelby Church, Meth., Shelby, A. P. 
Avent. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES 

Shelby Hotel, Shelby, W. P. Love. 

LAWYERS. 

Gidney, J. W. Shelby. 
Lee & Durham, (Plato) Shelby. 
Caboness, H. Shelby. 
McAfee, L. M. Shelby. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Paper & Iron :Manufacturing, Shelby, D. 

Froneberger & Co. 
Durham & Corbett, Gen'l M'd'ze, Shelby. 



COLUMBUS. 



MERCHANTS. 

Durham, L. N. Gen'l M'd'dze, Shelby. 
Dickson, Thos. Gen'l M'd'dze, Shelby. 
Fulenwider, Wells & Webb, Gen'l 

M'd'dze, Shelby. 
Jenkins & Rudisill, Gen'l M'd'ze, Shelby. 
Moore, John L. Gen'l M'd'ze, Shelby. 
Alexander, J. L. Bar Keeper, Shelby. 

MINISTERS. 

Avent, A. P. Meth., Shelby. 
North, J. W. Meth., Shelby, 
liloore, B. Meth., (local,) Shelby. 
Hoyle, Nash, Meth., (local,) Shelby. 

MINES. 

Mountain Gold Minning Co. near Shelby. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 
Logan's mills, Mooresboro', J. W. Logan. 
Wares' mill, Shelby, J. M. Ware. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Andrews, W. P. Shelby. 
Goode, N. A. G. Shelby. 
Gidney, J. C. Shelby. 
Price, R. B. Shelby. 
Tracy, J. W. White Plains. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS 

Gardner's Ford, O. D. Gregg. 
White Plains, A. V. Falls. 
Shelby, ■ 



COLUMBUS OOUNTY. 

Population in 1860 8,597 

County Seat^-WniTESViLLE. 
COUNTY OFFICERS, 

Attorney, J. A. Maultsby. 
Clerk County Court, D. P. High. 
Clerk Sup. Court, W. M. Baldwm. 
Chairman Co. Cour^, Ilaynes Lennon. 
Clerk and M. in Eq., J. W. Ellis. 

Coroner, 

Entry Taker, O. H. Powell. 
Register, W. AV. Pate. 
Sheriff, V. V. Richardson. 

Standard Keeper, 

Purveyor, E. C. Gore. 
Trustee, Francis Lennon. 

SCHOOLS. 

Whitesville Academy, WhitcsTllle, A. J. 
Butner, Prin. 



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COUUMBUS. 



CHURCHES AND PASTOES. 

Duncan's, Meth., J. B. Alford. 
liberty, I^Ieth., J. B. Alford. 
Fair Bluff, ]\Ieth., J. B. A'ford. 
Rehobo, Metb., J.B. Alford. 
Bwindal's, Meth., J. B. Alford. 
Shiloh, Meth., .J. B. Alford. 
Whitesville, ]\Ieth., J. B. Alford. 

Beaver Dam, Bap., D. J. Ray. 
Cherry Grove, Bap., Zodac Bullock. 
Cross Roads, Bap., Haynes Lennon. 
Iron Hill M Roads Bap., Zadoc Bullock. 

Macedonia, Bap., • 

Blount Moriah, Bap., 

Mt. Zion, Bap., Haynes Lennon. 
Mt. Sinai, Bap., R. F. Mario w. 
Porter Swamp, Bap., G. W. Hill. 
Pleasant Hill, Bap., D. N. Gore. 
Pleasant Plains, Bap., G. ^^^ Hill. 
Seven Creeks, Bap., R. F. Mario w. 
Sandy Plains, Bap., D. J. Ray. 
Sweet Home, Bap., G. W. Hill. 
Western Prong, Bajj., G. W. Hill. 
White Maish, Bap., D. J. Ray. 
Whitesville, Bap., Jas. M. Dixon. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Fair Bluff Hotel, Fair Bluff, S. A. Young. 
Flemington Hotel, Flemington, Mrs. jM. 

A. Brothers. 
Whitesville Hotel, Whitesville, Mills 

Howell. 

LAWYERS. 

Ellis. J. W. Fair Bluff. 
George, Forney Fair Bluff. 
Maultsby, J. A. Fair Bluff. 
Stanly, W. J. Fair Bluff. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Saddle and Harness SboT), Whi^JC.3ville, 
D. J. Herrell. 

MERCHANTS. 

Barber, D. D. Dry Goods and Groceries, 
Bogue, (Place of business, Jonesboro'.) 

Barden (B. T.) & Co., Dry Goods and 
Groceries, Cero C4orda. 

Barden, (J. J.) & Co., Dry Goods and 
Groceries, Cero Gorda. 

Coleman (Henry) & Co., Dry Goods and 
Groceries, Fair l^luff. 

Edwards & Hall, Dry Goods and Groce- 
ries, Bogue. 

Faulk, Isaac, Retail Liquor, Fair Bluff. 

Haynes & Byrne, Dry troods and Groce- 
res, Whi tesville. 



Howell, Mills, Hardware, Whitesville. 
Harrell, D. J. Grocer and Retail Liquor, 

Whitesville. 
Jennings, S. B.,Dry Goods and Groce- 
ries, Peacock's. 
Lennon, Haynes, Dry Goods, Whites- 
ville, (Place of business Big Swamp.) 
Memory, T. S. Dry Goods and Groce- 
ries, Whitesville. 
McPhanl, Neil, Dry Goods and Groceries, 

Whitesville. 
McCollum, A. Dry Goods and Groceries, 

Whitesville. 
Powell, R. jM. Dry Goods & Groceries, 

Fair Bluff. 
Powell & Ilammons, Retail Liquor, 

Fair Bluff. 
Rockville, H. C. Dry Goods & Groceries, 

Whitesville. 
Rocksville & Spivey, Dry Goods and 
Groceries, Whitesville, (Place of bu- 
siness. Iron Hill X Roads. 
Smith (Alva) & Co., Dry Goods & Groce- 
ries, Fair Bluff. 
Stanly & Hinson, Groceries and Retail 

Liquor, Whitesville. 
Singletary, D. J. Retail Liquor, Whites- 
ville. 
Summersett, J. II. Retail Liquor, Dry 

Groods and Groceries, Whitesville. 
V>'i!liams, Moses Dry Goods and Groce- 
ries, Peraway Ferry. 

MINISTERS. 

Alford, J. B. JMeth., Fair Bluff. 
Cox, S. B. ]\Ieth., Fair Bluff. 

Bullock, Zadock Bap., Fair Bluff. 
Dixon, James M. Bap., Fair Bluff. 
Gore, D. N. Bap., Fair Bluft'- 
Hill, G. W. Bap., Fair Bluff. 
Lennon, Haynes, Ba'p., Fair Bluff. 
Marlow, R. F. Bap., Fair Bluff. 
Ray, D. J. Bap., Fair Bluff. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Jackson, Isaac Whitesville. 
McGougon, J. M. Fair Bluff. 
Morrison, JM. R. Whitesville. 
Wyche, C. G. Whitesville. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Bogue, ^Jlrs. J. J. Edwards. 
Fair B luff, Joshua Waddell. 
Grists, David Struthers. 
Whitesville, John ]\Iorsc. 

Green Swamp, 

Cerro Gorda, 

Big Swamp, 



Peacock's Store, 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



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CRAVEN. 



CRAVEN COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 16,368. 

County Seat— New Berne. 
Population of New Berne in 1800—5,432 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, C. C. Clark. 
Clerk County Court, Wm. G. Bryan. 
Clerk Sup, Court, Wm. G. Brinson. 
Chairman Co. Court, John D. Flanner. 
Clerk and M. in Eq., F. C. Roberts. 
Coroner, H. P. Whitehurst. 
Register, Rayner Brookfield. 
Sheriff, R. Flemming'. 
Surveyors, W. H. Marshall and J. J. 
Brabble. 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, 

CITY OFFICERS. 

MAYOR OF NEW BERNE. 

Maj. Palmer. 

COMMISSIONERS. 
E. R. Stanly, B. Jacobs, 

E. Hubbs, A. S. Seymore, 

Samuel Radcliff, A. H. Foster. 

H. J. Menninger. 
City Clerk, I. Edwin West. 
Post Physician, R. S. Primrose. 

SCHOOLS. IN NEW BERNE. 

New Berne Academy, W. B. Gorden. 
Select Female School, A. D. Cohen. 
Female School, Miss L. Custis. 
Infant School, Miss Howard. 
German and English School mixed, Mr. 

Freeman. 
Male School, Metcalf st., Gordan & Forbs. 
Infant School, New st.. Miss Su. Stanly. 
Female School, Muddy st., Miss Nannie 

Gibbs. 
Gnifin School, Miss Hannah Harrison, 

(Endowed by Mr. Griffin.) 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

IN NEW BERNE. 

New Berne Station, meth., R. A. WiUis. 
Andrew Chapel, (col.) meth., Hancock 
St., E. Levender. 

New Berne, pres., C. Vass. 
Middle st., bap., A. D. Cohen. 
New Berne, (col.) bap., 

New Berne, cong., Mr. Eldridge. 
New Berne (col.) cong.. Middle at., 



Christ Church, epis. .PoUok st., Mr. Forbs. 
Queen st., (col.) epis., 3Ir. Gorden. 



Catholic Church, H. Northrop. 
Broad Creek, free, near New Berne. 
Jackson, meth., Jackson, J. B. Bailey. 
Smith Creek, meth., Jackson, J. B. Bailey. 
South River, meth., Wm. ^L Jordan. 
Adam's Creek, meth., Wm. jM. Jordan. 
Core Creek, meth., J. B. Bailey. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

IN NEW BERNE. 

Gaston House, South Front st., W. P. 
]\Ioore. 

Atlantic House, Middle st., J. Beal. 

Farmer's Home, Market Wharf, J. 
Gardner. 

Boarding House, E. Front st.,Mis. Evans. 

Boarding House, Pollok st., Mrs. Car- 
away. 

Boarding House, Broad st., Mrs. Tucker. 

Boarding House, Broad st., J. Osgood. 

Restaurant, Middle st., J. O. Carmer. 

Restaurant, Middle st., J. Ulrich. 

LAWYERS IN NEW BERNE. 

Bryan H. R. Craven street. 
Carpenter — Broad street. 
Clark C. C. Pollok street. 
Hughes John, Broad street. 
Haughton J. Court House Building. 
Mentz, M. E. Court House Building. 
Justice Alex. Craven street. 
Lehman R. H. Broad street. 
Roberts F. C. Pollok street. 
Seymore A. S. Broad street. 
Washington John N., C. H. Building. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Sash and Blind Factory, Hancock street, 
New Beme, Geo. Bishop. 

MERCHANTS IN NEW BERNE. 

Amyett J. E. variety & groceries, S. 

Front St. 
Ashe (J.) & Co., dry goods, Middle st. 
Augustine J. M. confectioner, Pollok sfc. 
Berry R. drugs. Craven st. 
Baer & Eppler, dry goods, Pollok st. 
Blagg S. grocer, brick row. Craven st. 
Bell J. A. grocer, Middle st. 
Baer & Eppler, auction rooms, Middle st. 
Berry R. T. grocer. Broad st. 
Boesser F. grocer, Broad st. 
Baer L. livery stables, Broad st. 
Baxter J. W. grocer. Middle st. 
Clark & Co., varieties, Middle st. 
Cleves E. grocer. Middle st. 
Duffy R. M. drugs, Middle st. 
Emanuel (H. & B.) dry goods, Pollok st. 
Ellis (G. W.) & Bra, grocer, Middle st. 



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CUMBERLAND. 



Fulford S. F. grocer, Craven st. 
Guion (J. A.) & Co., bankers, Middle st. 
Hutchinson J. insurance agent, ]\Iid"le st. 
Hellen & Williams, grocers, Court II. 

Building. 
Hudleston J. II. grocer. Broad st. 
Hubbs & Bro., grocer. Middle st. 
Heaton David, Pres. Nat. B'k, Pollok st. 
Holland & Dickerson, grocer, jMiddle st. 
Henderson T. varieties, S. Front st. 
Havens & Latham, grocers, S. Front st. 
HaU & West, books, Pollok st. 
Hart & Lewis, hardware & farming im- 
plements, ]\Iiddle st. 
Jones (H. W.) & Co. diy good3,'Craven st. 
Jones (S. T.) & Co. bankers, cor. Middle 

S. Front sts. 
Lorch & Bro's, grocers, Broad st. 
McLean & Co. drj goods. Court H. Build. 
Marks O. dry goods, Pollok st. 
Mitchell, Allen & Co., hardware & farm- 
ing imijlements, Pollok st. 
IRIcLinn Henry, drugs, Pollok st. 
Mitchell Alex, grocer, Craven st. 
Mirvin (P.) & Co. wholesale grocers, S. 

Front St. 
Morehead (J. R.) & Co. grainery & com- 
mission, S. Front st. 
McCoy F. grocer, Broad st. 
Mowers F. livery stables. Middle st. 

Nelson (C. A.) & Co. furniture, Middle st. 

Nash J. E. books, Pollok st. 

Near A. confectioner, Pollok st. 

Oliver (W. H.) & Co. com. & shipping, 
Craven st. 

Orr C. auction rooms, Niddle st. 

Primrose (R. S.) & Co. drugs, Pollok st. 

Pearce W. C. grocer, S. Front st. 

Powers T. wholesale liquor, S. Front st. 

Kountree R. H. banker, S. Front st. 

Rossiter J. grocer & cotton dealer, Cra- 
ven St. 

Romaine II. bar room. Middle st. 

Rixford C. grocer. Middle st. 

Shlachter — , grocer, Pollok st. 

Styron & Ball, variety. Middle st. 

Taylor R. N. grocer & commission, cor. 
Craven and S. Front sts. 

Webb Louis, grocer, Broad st. 

Wolcot & Tinker, variety. Middle st. 

Whitford N. variety, S. Front st. 

Williams Thos. variety & grocer, S. 
Front St. 

Weinstein & Bro. dry goods, Pollok st. 

Watkins J. drugs, Pollok st. 

Walker, Farrar & Co. tobac'ists, Crav'u st. 

MINISTERS. 

Vass C. pres., New Berne. 
Forbes, epis., New Berne. 
Gordon VVm. epis., New Berne. 
Northrop Henry, catholic, New Berne. 



Ellsworth — , oong.. New Berne. 
Cohen A. D. bap., New Berne. 
Willis R. A. meth.. New Eeme. 
Brinn Joshua, meth., (local) Kew Berne. 
Suydam James A. meth., (local) New 

Berne. 
Bailey J. B. meth.. New Berne. 
Wilson Ed. A. meth., (local) Jackson. 
LevenderE. meth., (col.) New Berne. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Steam Grist, New Berne, Geo. Bishop. 

Water Grist, Long Creek, W. P. Stanton. 

Steam Saw, South River, "Wright & Co. 

Grist, New Berne, Radcliff. 

Grist, Nev/ Berne, Howard & Co. 

Steam Saw, Bay River, Dean & Co. 

AVater Grist, Bay River, F. ililler. 

Water Grist & Saw, Core Creek, J. Bar- 
rington. 

Steam Grist & Saw, Tuscarora, J. Bryan. 

Grist, Trent, J. L. Rhem. 

Water Grist, Swift Ci'eek, Jackson & Co. 

Steam Saw & Grist, N. Side Neuse, Ed- 
wards & Dixon. 

PHYSICIANS IN NEW BERNE. 

Duffy Walter, Middle street. 
Hughes Isaac W. Middle street. 
Hughes Jas. B. Broad street. 
Flemming J. K. Pollok street. 
Primrose Robert S. Craven street. 
Rice P. B. Pollok street. 
Smallwood E. Craven street. 
"Watson Epbraim, Pollock street. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

New Berne, G. W. Nason. 
Swift Creek, W. H. Ellison. 



OUMBEELAND COUNTY. 

Population in ISGO lG,o69 

County Seat— -Fayetteyille. 
COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, French Strange, 
('lerk County Court, 



Clerk Sup. Court, Neill W. Ray. 
Chairman Co. Court, David ]Mc Neill. 
Clerk and M. in Eq., James C . McRae. 

Coroner, 

Register, A. M. Campbell. 
Sheriff, Robt. W. Ilardie. 

Standard Keeper, 

Surveyvors, Duncan McCormick and Jno. 

B. Dowing. 
Trustee, James D. Natt. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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CUMBERLAND. 



CUMBERLAND. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor and Commissioners *.ppointed by 
Gen. Sickles, in place of those elected 
by the people, removed. 

MAYOR. 

James R. Lee. 

COMMISSIONERS. 

E. L. Pemberton, M. A. Baker, 
Jno. W. Lett, Wm. H. Tomlinson. 

J. W. Welsh, W. n. Porter, 

Jno. W. Hopkins. 
TOWN CLERK. 

A. M. Campbell. 

AUCTIONEERS. 

Jno. N. Cook, A. M. Camppell, D. G. 
JMcRae. 

POST MASTER. 

G. Lander. — Clerk, Jas. B. Smith. 
COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Donaldson Academy, Fayetteville, R. H. 
Brovsm, Principal. 

Female High School, Fayetteville, Mrs. 
McNeill and Jfiss Ellison. 

Private School, Fayetteville, Maj. W. A. 
Banks. 

Private School, Fayetteville, T. J. Ro- 
binson. 

NEWS PAPERS. 

No. Ca. Presbyterian, Rev. J. M. Sher- 
wood, Editor. 

Fayetteville News, H. L. & J. H. Myro- 
ver. Editors. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

St. John's, Epis., Jos. C. Huske. 
Presbyterian, J. M. Sherwood : (Resign- 
ed, Jan. 1st., 1868..) 
Baptist, Jas. McDonald. 
Methodist, T. W. Guthrie. 

Catholic, 

African, J. W. Hood, (col.) 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES 

FAYETTEVILLE. 

Fayetteville Hotel, Renben .Jone^. 
Exchange Hotel, J. B. Underwood. 
Jackson Hotel, Mrs. Johnson. 
Bofcrding House, Mrs. jMcNeill, Hay st. 
Boarding House, Mrs. "Waddell, Dick st. 

LAWYERS IN FAYETTEVILLE. 

Hon. R. P. Buxton, Judge Sup. Court. 
Wm. B. Wright. 
Hon. J. G. Shepherd. 



Hon, T. C. Fuller. 
Bart. Fuller. 
Wm. H. Haigh. 
Wm. M. L. McKay. 
M. J. McDuffie. 
Jno. W. Baker. 
James C. Dobbin. 
Jno. W. Hinsdale. 
French Strange. 
Jas. C. McR«e. 
AVm. J. Anderson. 
George M. Rose. 
Neill W. Ray. 

COTTON FACTORIES. 

Enterprize Man. Co., Geo. Brandt, Pres- 
ident, Fayetteville. 

Beaver Creek Man. Co., Jno. Shaw, Pres- 
ident, Fayetteville. 

Little River Man. Co., Duncan Merchi- 
son, Manchester. 

OWNERS TURP. DISTILLERIES. 

J. & N. A. Cameron, Fayetteville. 

T. C. Lutterloh, Fayetteville. 

J. D. Williams & Co., (2) Fayetteville. 

A. H. Slocumb, Fayetteville. 

W. A. Mann, (2) Fayetteville. 

W. T. Rhodes, (2) Fayetteville. 

A. G. Thornton, Fayetteville. 

J. S. Griffith, Fayetteville. 

IS THE COUNTY. 

D. H. Ray. 
McDaniel & Bullard. 
K. J. Bradly. 
J. C. Blocker. 
Duncan Shaw. 
Cameron & Smith. 
Currie & Co. 
Huskee & McDuffie. 
McDiarmid & JMcPherson. 
Jos. D. Mc Arthur. 

MERCHANTS IN FAYETTEVILLE. 

Baker Jno. W. furniture dealer. 

Banks Mrs. ]\I. toys and confectionary. 

Beasley A. Houston, jeweller. 

Boon Sampson, grocer. 

Brandt (S.) & Co., dry goods. 

Brandt Henry, dry goods. 

Cohen N. H. dry goods, &c. 

Culbreth J. grocer. 

Cavon A. R. crockery & glass ware. 

Dangerfield J. E. P. grocer. 

Davis I. B. tinner and stove dealer. 

Dodd Isaac, dry goods. 

Dye ~Mvs. M. E. milliner. 

Faulks M. grocer. 

Fishblate (S. H.) & Co. dry gooda. 

Faulks I. F. dry goods. 



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CUMBERLAND. 



CURRITUCK. 



Gilchrist & Bro., dry goods. 

Glover Ediim, jeweller. 

Gorham B. C. grocer. 

Haigh (Chas. T.) & Son, grocer. 

Ilaigh Charles, grocer. 

Harris James, grocer. 

Ilawley J. T. & Son, boots and shoes. 

Heide R. E. variety store. 

Hinsdale. S. J. druggist. 

HoUingsworth Joseph, grocer. 

Home H. W. druggist. 

Hale (E. J.) & Son, booksellers and 

stationers. 
Jordan W. H. grocer. 
Kyle (J. K.) & Co. dry goods. 
Lander George, marble dealer. 
Lee Jas. R. dry goods. 
Lilly E. J. wholesale dry goods dealer. 
Lutterloh T. J. grocer. 
Lett J. W. dry goods and groceries. 
Martine Theodore, tinware & stove de'ler 
Mathews W. G. grocer. 
Mitchell Robert, grocer. 
Moore A. grocer. 
Moore E. F. grocer. 
McDonald H. & D. M. grocer. 
McKethan A. A. & Sons, carriage man- 
ufacturers. 
McKennen Murdock, grocer. 
McMillen Hector, dry goods. 
McMillen W. B. grocer. 
McRunman & Page, grocer and turpen- 
tine dealer. 
McKethan & Johnson, com. merchants. 
Orrell R. M. grocer & proprietor, steam 
ers Halcyon and R. M Orrell. 

Otterbourg Joseph, dry goods Sco. 

Otterbourg Mrs. Jacob, dry goods &c. 

Overby Wm. saddles and harness. 

Pemberton E. L. grocer. 

Powers E. P. P. & Co., grocer. 

Prior Warren, jeweller. 

Ray & Pearce, grocers. 

Rhodes W. T. grocers. 

Smith W. D. & Co., grocers & com. mer. 

Smith Jas. N. druggist. 

Steel A. W. grocer. 

Strange Jas. W. grocer. 

Shaw John, grocer. 

Taylor P. dry goods & groceries. 

Thompson J. C. boots, shoes and hats. 

Thompson George A. grocer. 

Thornton F. W. fancy dry goods. 

Thornton R. W. dry goods. 

Troy W. C. grocer. 

Utley Joseph, grocer & com. merchant. 

Vaun Jas. M. grocer. 

Williams Jno. D. & Co., grocer & com. 
merchant. 

Williams Jas. M. dry goods & groceries. 

Woodward A. J. clothing. 

Worth Jas. A. commission merchant & 
a'gt Cape Fear Steam Boat. Co. 

Whitehead W. A. & Co., family grocers. 



Weil & Oettenger, dry goods. 
Williams J. C. jr., grocer. 
Warden Wm. grocer. 
Wiley P. A. & Co., bankers. 
FAYKTTEVILLE MUTUAL INS. COMPANY. 
David A. Ray, President. 
C. A. McMillan, Secretary. 
Hon. J. G. Shepherd, Attorney. 
FAYETTEVILLE GAS LIGHT COSfPANT. 
Arch. McLean, President. 
W. N. Tillinghast, Sec. & Treasurer. 

STEAM BOATS PLYING BETWEEN FAYET- 
TEVILLE AND WILMINGTON. 

Cape Fear Steam Boat Line, J. A. 

Worth, Ag't. 
Gov. Worth, Capt A. P. Hurt. 
A. P. Hurt, Capt. Sam'l W. Skinner. 
Steamer No. Carolina, Capt. Green, T. 

J. Lutterloh, owner. 
Steamers R. M. Grrell, Capt Dailey, and 

Halcyon, Capt. Orrell, Orrell's Line, 

A. M. Orrell, owner. 
Steamer Marion, Capt. Phillips, J. W. 

& C. P. Mallett, owners. 

CLARENTON BRIDGE COMPANY. 

A. A. McKethan, President. 

NAMES OF MINISTERS. 

J. M. Sherwood, Editor N. C. Presbyte- 
rian, FayetteviUe. 

David Finly, Pres., Manchester. 

D. D. JIcBryde, Pres., Cumberland Co. 

H. G. Hill, Pres., Fayetteville. 

Jos. C. Huske, Pastor Episcopal Churcli, 
Fayetteville. 

Jas. McDaniel bap., Fayetteville. 

Jno. M. Beasley, Bap., Cumberland Co. 

T. W. Guthrie, ]\Ieth., Fayetteville. 

Geo. (!. Bynum, Meth., Cumberland cir't. 

JohnD. Buie, Meth., (local) Fayetteville. 

Love Culbreth, Meth., (local) Blockers. 

PHYSICIANS IN FAYETTEVILLE. 

B. W. Robinson. 

Thos. D. Haigh. 

James A. JMcRae. 

H. A. 3IcSwaia. 

K. A. Black. 

W. C. McDuffie. 

Theodore JMartine. 

Jno. W. Sandford. 



CUREITUCK COUNTY. 

Population in 1800 7,415. 

County Seat— Currituck C. H. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, B. M. Baxter. 

Clerk County Court, J. W. Baxter. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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CURRITUCK. 



DAVIE. 



Clerk Sup. Court, V. L. Pitts. 
Chairman Co. Court, J. B. Lee. 

Clerk and M. in Eq., ■ 

Coroner, L. M. Bell. 
Register, Jerome Baxter. 
Sheriff, Thos. C Humphries. 
Surveyor, D. McD. Lindsay. 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, Thos. C. Humphries. 

SCHOOLS. 

Moyock School, near Currituck C. H., 

W. C. Holt. 
Cowenjock School, near Currituck C. H., 

V. L. Pitts. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Baxter's Grove, meth., Currituck C. H. 

T. L. Williams. 
Ebenezer, meth.. Poplar Branch, T. L. 

Williams. 
Hebron, meth., Poplar Branch T. L. 

Williams. 
Moyock, meth., Currituck C. H., T. L. 

Williams. 
Perkins Chapel, meth., Currituck C. H., 

T. L. 'Williams. 
Poplar Branch, meth.. Poplar Branch, T. 

L. Williams. 
Providence, bap., Cunituck C. H., J. D. 

Huffham. 
Powell's Point, bap.. Poplar Branch, J. 

D. Huffham. 
Roanoke Island, bap., Roanoke Island, 

J. D. Duffham. 
Shady Grove, bap., Cur. C. H. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Simmons' Hotel, Currituck C. IL, Ed. 

Simmons. 
Boarding House, Canal Bridge, W. C. 

Stone. 

LAWYERS. 

Cranberry Wm. Currituck C. H. 
Morgan P. H. Cur. C. H. 
Shaw Wm. B. Cur. C. IL 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton Ginning, Cur. C. H.. Ed. Simmons. 
Cotton Ginning, Powell's Point, Kathan 
Poiner. 

MERCHANTS. 

Baxter (E. F.) & Sanderiin (Yv^) Curri- 
tuck C. H. 
Dey Joseph S. Cur. C. H. 
Morse & Evans, Powell's Point. 



Noe S. Shingle Landing. 
Simmons Edmond, Cur. C. H. 
Stone Wm. C. Canal Bridge. 
Vanslyck Geo. Poplar Branch. 

MINISTERS. 

Ferebee Samuel, meth., (local) Cur. C. IT. 
JarvisB. H. meth., (local) Poplar Branch. 
Poyner Nathan, meth., (local) Poplar 

Branch. 
Williams T. L. meth., Cur. C. H. 
Huffham J. D. bap., Cur. C. H. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Steam Saw and Grist Mill, Dennis Eth- 
eridge. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bell L. M. Currituck C. H. 
Griggs W. W. Cur. C. H. 
Holstead G. Cur. C. II. 
Land H. G. Poplar Branch. 
Lassell W. H. Poplar Branch. 
Mcintosh R. H. Cur. C. H. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Currituck C. H. Thos. G. Munden. 

Powell's Point, 

Canal Bridge, 



DAYIE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 8,494. 

County Seat — Mocksville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, David Furches. 
Clerk County Court, Ephriam Gaither. 
Clerk Sup. Court, Henry R. Austin. 
Chairman Co. Court, Henry B. Howard. 
Clerk and M. in Eq., Lemuel Bingham. 
Coroner, B. Sims. 
Register, ITiomas Maroney. 
Sheriff, Abner Kelly. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, — Home. 
Trustee, Mathew Fulford. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Smith Grove Academy, Smith Grove, 

Principal. 

Farmington Academy, Farmington, — 

Prin. 

Pleasant Grove Academy, Pleasant Grove 

Wm. J. Ellis, Prin. 
Mocksville Academy, Mocksville, Miss 

Mary Clements, Pi-in. 



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DAVIE. 



DAVIE. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bethlehem, meth., J. E. ^lann. 
Concord, meth., J. E. "Mann. 
Centre, meth., J. E. Mann. 
Fulton, meth., J. E. Mann. 
Liberty, meth., J. E. Mann. 
Mocksville, meth., J. E. Mann. 
Olive Branch, meth., J. E. JIann. 
Shady Grove, meth., J. E. Mann. 
Smith Grove, meth., J. E. Mann. 

Dutch Church, prot. meth., — Hunt. 
Holmau's. prot. meth., — Hunt. 
Pleasant Grove, prot. meth., — Hunt. 

Turrentine's, free, 

Bear Creek, bap., 

Eaton's, hap.,- 

Fork Church, bap., 

Jerusalem, luth., • 



HOTEL. 

Davie Hotel, iMocksville, Heniy R. 
Austin. 

LAWYERS. 

Broadfield R. H. Mocksville. 
Clement J. C. Mocksville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Jerusalem tobacco factory, ^Jerusalem, 

C. W. Bessent. 
Mocksville tobacco factory, ISIocksville, 

Thos. Gaither and Phil. Dodson. 
Bailey's tobacco factoiy, Smith Grove, 

N. Bailey. 
Shady Grove tobacco factory. Shady 

Grove, ]March & Hampton. 
Hobson's tobacco factory, Jerusalem, 

Samuel Hobson. 
Tan yard, Jerusalem, C. W. Ressent. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bessent C. W. dry goods, Sic. Jerusalem. 
Brown (Wm.) <k Bro. (Rufus) dry goods, 

&c., Mocksville. 
Cain (F.) & IMartin (P. R.) dry goods, 

&c., Mocksville. 
Clement Wm. B. grocery, Mocksville. 
Comet/.er .1. dry goods, &c.. Shady Grove. 
Claus L. dry goods, etc. , Smith Grove. 
Eccles — dry goods, &c.. County Line. 
Johnson Geo. W. dry goods, &c., Far- 

mitigton. CI • -i- 

Johnson J. I\L dry goods, &c.. Smith 

Grove. 
Johnson Jas. M. dry goods, See, Mock* 

ville. 



Rich C. U. dry goods, &c., Mocksville. 

Williams John B. dry goods, &c., Mocks- 
ville. 

Brown (Wm.) & Bro. (Rufus) druggists, 
Mocksville. 

MINISTERS. 

]\Iann J. E. meth., Mocksville. 

Potts Daniel, meth., (local) Shady Grove. 

Ressent, C. W. bap., Jerusalem. 
Anderson Daniel, bap., Jerusalem. 
Parker S. bap., Jerusalem. 

Gibbs — pres., ]\Iocksville. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Bessent's .steam mill, Jerusalem, C. W. 
Bessent. 

Brown's mill, Mrs. E. Brown. 

Carter's mill, Jlocksville, A. G. Carter. 

Crites' mill, Henry Crites. 

Ellis' mill. Shady Grove, J. B. Ellis. 

Gaither's mill, Mocksville, Bazewell 
Gaither. 

Haines' mill, Fulton, John Haines. 

JIarchs' mill. Fulton, W. B. March. '. 

]\Iarchs' old mill, Fulton, W. B. March. 

Phelps' mill, Shady Grove, Uriah Phelps. 

Sheek'smill, Smith Grove, Albert Sheek. 

Sheek's mill, Smith Grove, Dan'l Sheek. 

Steam mill. Smith Grove, A. Sheek. 

Williams' mill, Farmington, Frank Wil- 
liams. 

Wagoner's mill, Jerusalem, M. Wagoner. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Anderson , Coiinty Line. 

Bell — — , Mocksville. 
Clement DeWit, Mocksville. 
Cash Leon, Smith Grove. 
Hobbs Milton. Fork Church. 
Haskins Jas. Smith Grove. 

Little , County Line. 

Martin J. F. Mocksville. 
Kimbrough Duke. Smith Grove. 
Sharpe Wm. R. Fulton. 
Williams Jladison, Mocksville. 
Williams Rush, Farmington. 
Williams Frank, Farmington. 
Wiseman Washington, Farmington. 
Wiseman Alfred, Jerusalem. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

County Line, Eccles. 

Fulton, Milton Hobbs. 

Farmington, - 

Jerusalem, C. W. Bessent. 
Mocksville, Mrs. Ann Parker. 
Smith Grove. Duke Kimbrough. 



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DAVIDSON. 



DAVIDSON COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 10,601. 

County Seat— Lexington. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Thos. J. Wilson, Winston. 
Clerk County Court, John Haines. 
Clerk Superior Court, N. H. Heitraan. 
Chairman Co. Court, C. F. Lowe. 
Clerk & M. in Eq., F. C. Robbins. 
Coroner, T. C. Ford. 
Reg-ister, Robt. Foster. 
Sheriff, David Loftin. 
Surveyor, Emanuel Zink. 
Standard Keeper, Joseph Com-ad. 
Trustee Alex, llegee. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Thomasville Female Colleg:e, Thomas 

viJle, Rev. D. R. Bruton, Pres. 
Yadkin College, Yadkin College, Rev. G 

W. Hege, Pres. 
Bethamy Academy, Bethany, — Ewing, 

Prin. 
Male Academy, Lexington, W. M. 

Brooks, Prin. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Lexington, meth., I Lexington, W. D. 
iMeacham. 

Thomasville, meth., Thomasville, D. R. 
Bruton. 

Yadkin College, prot. meth., Yadkin 
College, G. W. Hege. 

Lexington, pres., Lexington, F, H.John- 
ston. 

Thomasville, bap , Thomasville, J. B 
Jackson. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES- 

Davidson Hotel, Lexington, W. M. Earn- 
hardt. 

Thomasville Hotel, Thomasville, Mrs. 
Taylor. 

Boarding House, Thomasville, 

LAWYERS. 

Brooks Wm. 31. Lexington. 
Brown J. L. Lexington. 
Henderson, W. F. Lexington. 
Leach .J. M. Lexington. 
Hargrave Jesse, county. 
Robbins (F. C.) & Welborn (J. II.) Lex- 
ington. 
Walser Clay, Yadkin College. 
Penix M. H. Thomasville. 



MANUFACTORIES. 

Plow & Thrashing Machine Fac'ry, Tyro, 

J. H. Thompson. 
Shoe Fac'ry, Thomasville, Shelby, Bro. 

& Co. 
Shoe Factory, Thomasville, C. M. & G. 

Lines. 

MERCHANTS. 

AddertonR. S. dry goods &c., Lexington. 

Fife W. W. dry goods tfcc, Thomasville. 

Earnhardt (R. S.) & Noae (B. T.) dry 
goods &c., Lexington. 

Hembrick J. T. jeweler & artist, Thom- 
asville. 

King (R.) & Hege (A. C.) dry goods &o., 
Lexington. 

Lowe (C. F.) & Thompson (J. H.) dry 
goods &c., Lexington. 

^IcAuley (A. M.) & Co., dry goo:is &c., 
Thomasville. 

RhjTie A. j\I. confectioner, Lexington. 

Riley Geo. jeweller, Lexington. 

Smith John, dry goods &c.. Cotton Gr've. 

Smith (Jas.) & Adams (Jas.) dry goods 
&c., Lexington. 

MINISTERS. 
Jackson J. B. bap., Thomasville. 
Bruton David R. meth., Thomasville. 
Lewis J. W. meth., Thomasville. 
Meacham W. D. meth., Lexington 
Hege, G. W. prot. meth., Yadkin Col'ege. 
ReidNuma'F., D. D., meth., Thomasv'lle 

Johnston F. II. pros., Lexington. 
MINES. 

Silver & Lead Mines, Silver Hell, Frank 
Osgood, Prop. 

Davidson Copper ]\Iine, near Thomas- 
ville, Capt. John Eudy, Sup't. 

l^IILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

I 

Fusor's mill, Abbott's Creeek, J. Fusor. 

Holt's mill. Potts Creek, Ed. Holt. 

Homes' mill, Abbotts Cr'k, R. L. Homes. 

Lowe's mill and carding machine, Ab- 
bott's Creek, C. F. Lowe. 

Miller's mill. Abbott's Creek, Ben. JRller 

Patrick's mill, Abbott's Creek, Patrick & 
Gilchrist. 

Sumner's mill. Swearing Creek, J. E. 
Sumner. 

Steam Saw & Grist mill, Thomasville, 
J. W. Thomas & Co. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Payne (R. L.) & Payne (C. M.) Lexi'ton. 
Dusenbery Jas. Lexington. 



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DUPLIN. 



Hill A. A. Lexington. 
Rounsville E. II. Thomasville. 
Thomas R. W. Thomasville. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Lexington, Bowie Dusenberry. 
Thomasville, Edwin McCutchen. 



DUPLIN COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 15,7£4. 

County Seat— Kekansville, 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, JohnD. Standford. 
Clerk County Court, Walter R. BeU. 
(lerk Sup. Court, Alsa J. Brown. 
Clerk and M. in Eq., Jere Pearsal. 
Chairman Co. Court, Jere Pearsal. 
Coroner, James F. Shine. 
Register, James M. Sprunt. 
Sheriff, John W. Hinson. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, John W. Hinson. 

SCHOOLS AND PRINCIPALS. 

Grove Academy, near Kenansville, 

Warsaw High School. Warsaw, I. Royal. 
Female Seminary, Kenansville, S. W. 

Clements. 
Webster's School, Kenansville, N. B. 

Webster. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Carlton Chapel, meth., B. B. 

Culbreth. 

Friendship, meth., B. B. Culbreth. 

Kenansville, meth., Kenansville, B. B. 
Culbreth. 

Magnolia, meth.. Magnolia B. B. Cul- 
breth. 

Wesley's Chapel, meth., E. B. 

Culbreth. 



— Alfred Greg. 
• J. W. Stallings. 
• G. S. Best. 



Beaver Dam, bap. , 

Bearmarsh, bap., — 

Chinquepin, bap., - _ 

Concord, bap., W. M. Kennedy. 

Flaggy Bottom, bap., J. 11. Oliver. 

Hallsville. bap., 

Island Creek, bap,, G. S. Best. 

Johnston's bap., G. S. Best. 

Kenansville, bap., Kenansville, J. W. 
Stallings. 



Holly Hill, freewill bap., 

Jones. 



Haskill 



Grove presb., 



J. W. Sprunt. 



Union, presb.,* J. W. Sprunt. 

Rockfiih, presb , Mr. Black. 

Mount Zion, presb., Mr. Gibbs. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Duplin Hotel, Kenansville, 

Magnolia Hotel, Jlagnolia. 

LAWYERS. 

Allen Wm. A. Kenansville. 
Hupoy John B. Kenansville. 
Kenan Thos. S. Kenansville. 
Stallings John N. Kenansville. 
Standford .John D. Kenansville. 
Whitehead \V. W. Kenansville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Duplin ^Manufacturing Co., Kenansville, 
S. A. Newell, Pres. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bowden Daniel, Bear Swamp. 
Brown (Isaac) & Bro., Warsaw. 
Baker (Jacob) & Co., Magnolia. 
Bradham G. W., Chinquepin. 
Boney (G.) & Sons., Duplin Road. 
Carr (J. W. & D. T.) Teachey's Depot. 
Devane M. K., Magnolia. 
Evans & Register, Magnolia. 
Faison & Hicks, Faison's Depot. 
Farrior (S. D.) & Co., Hallsville. 
Farrior (Wm.) & Son, Kenansville. 
Hinson & Brown, Chinquepin. 
Hall & Brown, Hallsville. 
Hinson (J. VV.) & Co., Kenansville. 
Kelly Isaac B., Kenansville. 
Morisey David G.. Warsaw. 
Merriman & Newberry. Magnolia. 
Mc Arthur John A., Kenansville. 
Ilivenbank & Brown, Warsaw. 
Southerland R. J., Kenansville. 

MINISTERS. 

Best Geo. S. bapt., Kenansville. 
Guy Alfred, bapt., Warsaw. 
Jones Haskill, bapt., Kenansville. 
Kornegay Henry R., bapt., Kenansville. 
Kennedy W. M., bapt.. Magnolia. 
Oliver John R., bapt., Mt. Olive. 
Stallings .John N., bapt., Kenansville. 

Herring N. W. . pres. , Kenansville. 
Sprunt James M., pres., Kenansville. 

Culbreth B. B., meth., Magnolia. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Armstrong N. E., Kenansville. 
Blouut J as. W., Warsaw. 
CobbBenj. F., Kenansville. 



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THE BEST B LOOD PURIFIER IM TH E WORLD ! 

Dr. Lawrence's Celebrated 

"ROSADALI 



Bead tlie following HOME OEETIFIOATES jfrom Physicians. 

We hereby certify that the Rosndalis is prepared by a Physician, who is an experienced 
Pharmaceutiet and Chemist, and tliat his remedy is an efficient and valuable one in Scrffu- 
la. Syphilis, &c., it having perfermed some nmarkable cures in this vicinity 
■ ' W. A. DUGGAN, M. D. 

E. BARNES, M. D. 
K. W. KING, M. D. 
Wilson, N. C, February 8th, 1886. 

We hereby certiy that we regard Dr. Lawrence's Compound Extract of Eosadalis as a 
ReliabU Alierative, &c. L. D. MOORE, M. D. 

L. A. SMITH. M. D. 
Wilson, N. C. May 10th, 1866. 

Edgecombe County, JV. C. May 2, 1867. 
Dr. J. J. Lawre rce,—Dear Sir : Please send me immediately per Express, to Tar- 
boro,' two dozen more bottles of your Rosadalis. I have carefully examined its Firmula 
and have used it in my practice in a number of cases. I am well pleased with it Ithirilc 
it. beyond doubt, the best Alterative lever used. I have tried it in several aases of Scrof- 
ula, and Scrofulous affections, &c., with much satisfaction to myself and patients. I have 
also used it in Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis [one terrible case of eight years stand- 
ing,] in which it acted with surprising and satisfactory effect— making a quick and 
thorough cure. 1 have therefore, no hesitation in recommending it to Physicians and 
others, as the most reliable Alterative now known . Respectfully Yours, &c., 

A. B. NOBLES, M. D. 

A Wonderful Cure of Scrofulous White Swelling. 

I hereby certify that laet September I was attacked with White Swelling of the left 
knee— and also with an enlargement of the glands of the neck— (one tumor reached a 
large size.) The swelling of the knee was enormous, and attended with the most ex- 
cruciating pains. I was so reduced that I was confined to my room over three months. 
My leg was so completely drawn up that I could not bendit.1 X tried various remedies, 
and they failed to give any relief. I was in this condition when I commenctd taking 
Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis. The swelling in both knee and neck began to subside be- 
fore I took all of the first bottle. By the time I took the second bottle the swelling of 
the neck entirely disappeared, and that of the knee nearly so. After taking three bot- 
tles I found myself completely well— able to walk as well as ever, &c., 

^ LATIMER WILLIAMS, 

Wilson May 12th, 186T. 

Rosadalis will cure (he Worst Cases of Chronic Rhenmatlsm. 

Wilson N. C. May 6, 1867 
I hereby certify that I was curred of long standing Chronic Rheumatism, by taking 
four bottles of Dr. Lawrences Rosadalis. JAMES WILLS. 

Eosadalis Ouies Oarbnncles, Boils, Pimples. &c. 

Certificate from an old and much respected cilizen of Greene County, now a resident of 
•' ■ Wilson N. C. 

I hereby certify that during the Summer and fall of 1866, 1 was severily aflBicted with 
Carbuncles, having as many as 14 large Carbuncles and 12 ordinary Boils. I suffered so 
much from them that 1 could not get out of the house half the time for several months. 
Being induced to try Dr. Loiurence's Rosadalis, I was entirely currdby the use of one 
bottle of that truly valuable medicine W. A. DARDEN. Sr. 

Wilson, May 11, 180T. .,,,r , „o io«f 

Pourtsmouth, Va., Aug. 28, 1867 
Capt J H.Baker— Sir: For the last seven or eight years, I have been severely afflict- 
ed with a very troublesome form of SALT RHEUM, from which I have never been able 
to obtain the sUehtest perceptible relief from any of the many remedies which I have 
at various times applied, until I chanced to try DR. LAWRENCE'S ROSADALIS. In 
less than one month I found myself almost entirely cured of my troublesome eruption. 

Other members of my family have used it as a blood purifier, with the most gratifying 
results 

Truly I can say of all the medicines I have used before, none have been so beneficial 
in eftects as the Rosadalis, and I would most cheefuUy recommend it to the public and to 
all suffering humanity. 

Very Respectfully, Yours. «&c., 

MRS. E. N. BOGGS, 
Opposite the Crawford House. 




Consumption in its Early Stages can be Cured ! 

Baltimore, Md.,' March 4th 1 867. 
Dear Dr. Lawrenc^^yLj daughter having been cured of \deeply seated disease of the 
lungs by your "Rosadalis," I feel it my duty to make^the fact known to yo>i ^^^ t^« ji«^«- 
flt of others. She suffered nearly two years with a hard cough, which troubled her day 
and night; at last the emaciated form, glassy eyes, night sweats, together with the 
cough told too plainly that it was Cr^ws^.mpfion, beyond question, eating at her vitals. 
Our Physicians brought no relief. She was advised to try your Rosadalis as a tonic- 
which she did, imagine my surprise and gratification when I found ^er appetite returnlBg. 
Sloioly she regained her strength, her cough and night-sweats gradually ceased, and she 
is now after taking five bottles of your medicine, apparently *'|-^^^j[;^^g®/egtf^iiy 

°MRS. E. ANN SMITH 
Major JOHN W. DUNHAM, one of the Editors of the Wilsou North 
Carolinian, says in the issue of the 20th April, 1867: ;, t= i« the 

"I believe, FEOM PERSONAL EXPERIENCE, that the Rosadalis istuo 
finest tonic ever prepared." ^.^^^^ ^_ ^^ g^p^ ^^^ ^86T. 

Dr. Lawrence-Sir :-In 1863, my son, now aged five years, was vaccinated with wha^ 
prov;d to be impure matter, which complete y destroyed his health He has been 
afflic<edwlth inveterate and extremely troublesome er«i-.<to«o/ (Ae skin, someUmea 
breaking out in sores, &c. ROSADALIS was prescribed by my family physician. Dr. A. 
D. Moore. After taking it a few weeks my son became and remains entirely well. 

X ours X ruiyi 

J. B. DANIEL. 

RosadaUs will Cure the Worst Cases of Scrofula. 

READ THE STATEMENT BELOW AND DESPAIR NOT ! ^ 

Wilson County, Sept. 10, 1*'67. 
Dr. J. J. Lawrence-Beai Sir : -My youngest daughter aged five years has been 
dreadfully afflicted with Scrofula nearly all her life. I tried a great «»a°y. P'iy^V^^ti^p' 
but without relieving her much; in fact most of them said there was no hope of cure 
Durrng the last Spring she was worse than ever, her body and limbs being covered with 
Bores and blotches- with face and eyes very much swollen Whilst m this condition, I 
was advised by Dr. L. A. Smith, to try you/ ROSADALIS. I at once procured three bot- 
tles, and commenced giving it to her. The effect was magical In less than a month, to my 
ereat astonishment, she ivas entirely well. _ I am, sir, 

gitrai, ni,v i , ^ Yours, with respect and gratitude, 

W. W. CURNETT 
r From the Goldsboro' Daily News. ] 
TO THE AFFLICTED. 
Dr J J Lawrence, 'an experienced Pharmaceutist and Chemist, adver- 
tises' in this day's paper his valuable and efficient (remedy, Rosadalis, lor 
the cure of Scrofula, &c. This medicine is highly recommended and daily 
prescribed by Phj'sicians. The Dr. has in jhis possession many testimo- 
nials from distinguished Pliysicians, Clergymen, Editors, &c., recommend- 
ing it as a great blood purifier. 

[ From the Wilson Carolinian, of June 5, 1867. ] 
We present on our fourth page to-day, an extended advertisement of Dr. 
Lawrence's Rosadalis, a blood medicine prepared by a Southern Physician, 
and which, though recently introduced to the public, has, nevertheless, at- 
tained a wide-spread popularity. , . , ,. . „ii„ 
The reader is familiar with the character, of patent medicines generally, 
and while the appearance of this notice in these columns is a sufficient guar- 
antee that the medicine is what is claimed for it in every respect, yet should 
we pass it by without some notice, the public might ^e led to infer that we 
had departed from that high standard which we claim for the North Caro- 
linian, as a reliable and responsible advertising medium. 

We have had opportunities of testing and observing the properties ol ine 
Rosadalis, and we do not, on our own It nowledge, hesitate to recommend^it. 

DR LAWRENCE is in possession of testimonials from reliable ana 
well known persons who have used his remedy, and the satisfaction it has 
almost invariably given, should recommend it to the afflicted everywhere. 

In thus giving it the benefit of a place in our columns we endorse it, ana, 
in sodoinS, we feel that we confer a benefit upon our fellow-man, which is 
the prime motive to all our actions. We asli from all a careful perusal ot 
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Kenansville, Miss Mary A. Watson. 
Magnolia, ]\rack. Evans. 
Warsaw, — Blanchard. 

Teacheys, 

Wallace, 

Faisons, 



EDGECOMBE COUNTY. 

Population in ISGO 17,376- 

County Seat— Tareoko'. 
Population of Tarboro'in 1860— l,OoO. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, L. D. Pender. 

Clerk County Court, Erwin Thigpen. 

Clerk Superior Court, Wm. Biggs. 

Chairman Co. Court, H. T. Clarke. 

Clerk & M. in Eq., Fred. Phillips. 

Coroner, W. F. Mercer. 

Register, J. B. Cofifield. 

Sheriff, B. T. Hart. 

Surveyor, .lesse Howell. 

Standard Keeper, Jesse B. Hj^att. 

Trustee, Robt. H. Austin. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

MAYOR. 

L. D. Pender. 

COMMISSIONERS. 

II. B. Bryan. II. A. Dowd. 

Constable, J. B. Hyatt. 

SCHOOLS. 

Select'Sch'l, Tarboro', Rev. T. R. Owens. 
Select School, Tarboro', Mrs. Anthony & 

Mrs. Pender. 
Academy, Tarboro', Frank S. Wilkinson. 
Colored School, Tarboro', J. II. M. 

•lackson. 
Colored School, Tarboro', Jas. Dorsey. 
Miss Nixon's School, near Tarboro'. 
Dr. Phillips School, Battleboro', jMr, 

White. 
Rocky Mount Academy, 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Tarboro', bapt., T. R. Owens. 
Tarboro', prim, bapt., John Daniel. 

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Cross Roads, prim. bapt. , J ohn Daniel, 
Little Creek, prim, bapt., John Daniel. 
Cotton's, prim, bapt., Mr. Stamper. 

Williams', prim, bapt., 

Upper Town Creek, prim, bapt., 

Lower To^vn Creek, prim, bapt., . 

Pleasant Hill, prim, bapt., 

Battleboro', prim, bapt., 

Sparta, prim, bapt., 

Calvary, epis., J. B. Cheshire. 
Calvary, epis., (col.) J, B. Cheshire. 

Tarboro', meth., J. W. Jenkins. 
Rocky Mount, meth., .1. W. Jenkins. 
Sparta, meth., J. W. Jenkins. 
Temperance Hall, meth. , J. W. .Jenkins. 
Jones' Chapel, meth., J. W. Jenkins. 
Tarboro', meth., (col.,) Mr. Johns. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Edgecombe House, Tarboro', John 
Smith. 

Restaurant, Tarboro', Butler McNair. 

Planters, Rocky Mount, Mrs. Gray. 

Hotel, Rocky Mount, Mrs. J. P. Tillery. 

Boarding House, Tarboro', Robt. White- 
hurst. 

Boarding House, Tarboro', L. Chamber- 
lain. 

Boarding House, Tarboro', T. C. Hussey_ 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Buggy & Harness, Tarboro', J. A. Wil- 
liamson. 

Buggy &c., Tarboro', Hussey & Bros. 

Boot & S'noe, Tarboro', IloweU & 
Doughty. 

Boot vt Shoe, Tarboro', Henry Mason. 

Cotton Factory, Rocky Moimt, Wm. S. 
Battle. 

Cabinet Shop, Tarboro', .John W. White. 

Tin Factory, Tarboro', M. Hines. 

LAWYERS. 

Biggs (Asa) & ^loore (.J. E.) Tarboro'. 

Bridges JohnL., Tarboro'. 

Battle Dorsey, Rocky Mount. 

Howard Geo. Tarboro'. 

Johnson, W, H. Tarboro'. 

Pender L. D. Tarboro'. 

Phillips Fred. Tarboro'. 

MERCHANTS. 

Austin (Robt. H.) & Co. gen'l mer'd'se, 

Tarboro'. 
Alsop B. B. grocer, Tarboro'. 
Bryan E. confec, near Tarboro'. 
Bellamy N. B. gen'l m'd'se, near Tarboro' 
Banks & Savage, liquors itc, Tarboro', 
Battle ik Arrington, Rocky J\[ount, 



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Brown, Daniel & Co. gen'l m'd'se, Tar- 
boro'. 

Bowdich J. H. gen'l m'd'se, Tarboro'. 

Chamberlain, Kowls & Co., jewelers, 
Tarboro'. 

Coffield J. B. gen'l m'd'se, Tarboro'. 

Cherry & Pippin, gen'l m'd'.se, near Tar- 
boro'. 

Dozier & Bro., gen'l m'd'ge, Tarboro'. 

de Silva M. B., liocky Mount. 

Drake Silva, (col.,) milliner, Tarboro'. 

Feldenheimer Jacob, clothing, Tarboro'. 

Feldenheimer Mrs., milliner, Tarboro. 

Garrett <k Johnson, gen'l m'd'se, country. 

Garret (J. W.) & Co., gen'l mer'd'se. 
country. 

Gay W. M. Rocky JMount. 

Gaitlin (T. IT.) & Co., country. 

Hyatt J. B. auctioneer, Tarboro'. 

Hart Wm. Rocky j\Iount. 

Howard Wm. drugs, Tarboro'. 
Hart & Braswell, gen'l m'dse, country. 
Harriss & Moore, confec, Tarboro'. 
Knight & Noble, gen'l m'dse, country. 
Keech B. J. clothing, Tarboro'. 
King & Thigpen, gen'l m'dse. Tarboro'. 
Kemper Clem, (col.) grocer, Tarboro'. 
Lipscomb Ctco. AV. livery stables, Tar- 
boro'. 
Lewis & Williams, auc. & com. Tarboro'. 
Moore E. L. gen'l m'dse, Sparta. 
Lawrence & Mason, (col.) grocers. Tar'. 
Lawrence N. M. grocer & com. Tarboro'. 
MciSIair& Owens, drugs, Tarboro'. 
Mehegan, merchant tailor, Tarboro'. 
Neal Airs. D. milliner, Tarboro'. 
Neal David, merchant tailor, Tarboro'. 
Pope K. C. confectioner, Rocky Mount. 
Parker W. W. confectioner. Rocky jMt. 
PoUord E. liquors etc., Tarboro'. 
Pender (D.) & Co. gen'l m'dse, Tarboro'. 
Rosenthall E. clothing, Tarboro'. 
Redman Jas., confec, Tarboro'. 
Sizer R. A. saddle & harness, Tarboro'. 
Spraggins J. TvE. confec, Tarboro'. 
Shaw & McCabe, gen'l m'dse, Tarboro'. 
Smith & Williams, gen'l m'dse, Tarboro'. 
Thigpen (W. A.)c^Co. gen. m'dse, Tarbo'. 
Warren, Jenkins & Co. Tarboro'. 
Weddell (M.) & Co. gen'l m'dse, Tarbo'. 
Teel H. D. gen'l m'dse, Tarboro'. 
Zoeller & Williams, gen'l m'dse, Tarbo'. 

MINISTERS. 
Cheshire, J. B., D. D., epis., Tarboro'. 
Owen T. R. bapt., Tarboro'. 
Daniel John H., prim, bapt., Tarboro'. 
Pervis John W. prim, bapt., Tarboro' 

Stamper , prim, bapt., Tarboro'. 

Jenkins John W., meth., Tarboro. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 
Flour & Grist, Rocky Mt., W. S. Battle. 



Flour, Tarboro', A. B. Noble. 

Flour & Grist, Sparta, G. C. Sugg. 

Flour & Grist, Tarboro', R. S. WiUiams. 

i^ lour & Grist, Tarboro', John S. Garrett. 

Steam Flour & Grist, Tarboro', Robert 
Norfleet. 

Steam Saw & Grist, Tarboro', J. L. 
Bridges. 

Steam Saw & Grist, Tarboro', J. J. W. 
Powell. 

Steam Saw & Grist, Tarboro', Leggett 
& Johnson. 

Steam Saw & Grist, Enfield, A. Bras- 
well. 

Steam Saw & Grist, Sparta, Elias Carr. 

Grist, Tarboro', L. C. Pender. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Pittman N. G. Tarboro'. 
Jones J. W. Tarboro'. 
McNair A. H. Tarboro'. 
Hart Frank, Tarboro'. 
Baker Joseph H. Tarboro'. 
Cobb Reuben, Tarboro'. 
Williams Donald, Tarboro'. 
McNair, W. F. country. 
Nobles A. B. country. 
Pitt Frank, Sparta. 
Lawrence John, country. 
Rives John G. Battleboro'. 
Lewis J. B. near Enfield, 
Garrett Juo. F. near Enfield. 

Strickland , country. 

Thorpe Ed. Rocky Mount. 
Knight C. -W. country. 
I'illoiy Rich. , Rocky JMount. 
Ricks W. B., Rocky Mount. 
Petway P. S. Joyner's. 
Roberson, dentist, Tarboro'. 
Phillips J. J. retired, Battleboro'. 
Lawrence James, retired, Tarboro'. 
Mercer John R. Joyner's. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 



Sparta, 

Battleboro', 

Tarboro', Mrs. J. M. Sproggins. 
Rocky ]\Iount, Mr. Edwards. 
Whitaker's, 

FOESYTHE COUNTY. 

PoPUL.\TioN IN 1860 13,693 

County Seat— WiKSTON. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, John F. Poindexter. 
Clerk County Court, N. S. Cook. 
Clerk Superior Court, Jno. Blackburn. 
Chairman County Court, John P. Vest. 



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FORSYTHE. 



Clerk & M. inEq., D. H. Starbuck. 
Coroner, Col. John White. 
Register, Wm. bhoults. 
Sheriff, iMatthias Martin. 
Survej-or, Hamilton H. Slorriss. 

Standard Keeper. 

Trustee, Robert Linville. 

SCHOOLS. 

Salem Fern. Sem.. Salem, M. E. Grunert 
Winston High Sch'l, Wins., A. B. Gorrell. 
Salem 3Iale Ad'my, Salem, Mr. Wright. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

]\roravian Church, united brethren, Sa- 
lem, Geo. F. Bohnson, D. D. bishop. 

Winston, meth., Winston, J. W.Wheeler 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES 

Salem Hotel, Salem, A. B. ChafBn, prop. 
Brietz Hotel, Salem, Chas. Brietz, prop. 
Winston Hotel, Winston, P. A. Wilson, 
proprietor. 

LAWYERS. 

Masten Jo.seph, Winston. 
Poindexter JohnF., Sedgegarden. 
Starbuck, D. H., Winston, U. S. Attor- 
ney for N. C. 
Wilson Thos. J., Winston. 
Stoltz John H., Lewisville. 
Alspaugh John W., Winston. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Carriage Fac'ry, Winston, S. H. Reniger. 
Woolen & Cot'. Fao'. Salem, II. W. Fries. 
Carriage Factory, Salem, Heniy Minung. 
Wagon Factory, Winston, Isaac Tise. 
Wagon Factory, Winston, Jacob Tise. 
Wag. Fact., Waughtown,Jno. P. Nissen. 
AVagon Fact.. Waughtown, Wm. Spaugh 
Paper Mill, Salem, Robert Gray. 
iCarriage Factory, Kernersville, Lewis & 
Grirtit. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bitting B. L., dry goods, &c.. Rural HaJl. 

Blum L. v., books and stationery, Salem. 

Fulkerson J. L., dry goods, &c., Salem. 

Faircloth it ^.Tiller, dry goods, Winston. 

Grey Robt. & Son, dry goods, Winston. 

Fulps & Sullivan, dry goods. White Road. 

Hester John II., dry goods, Kernersville. 

Hege Brothers, dry goods, Salem. 

Hall (Jas.) & Hall, (W. H.) confection- 
ers and produce brokers, Salem. 

Hodgins & Sullivan, dry goods, itc, Win- 
ston. 

Heuly & Lindsay,dry goods. KemersTille 



Kerner J. & E., dry goods, Kernersville. 

Keehln O. A., books and station., Salem. 

Lash J G., banker, Salem. 

Latt H. D. , grocer, Salem. 

Mickey J. E. & E. T., tin and sheet iron 
ware, stoves, &c., Salem. 

Nisson Jno. I., dry goods, &c., Salem. 

Pfohl & Stockton, dry goods, Salem. 

Tise & Ogburn, dry goods, Snlem. 

Vest John P., dry goods, Salem. 

Vogler E. A., dry goods, Salem. 

Wilson P. A. & Co., mer. tailors, Win- 
ston. 

Zevely A. T., druggist, Salem. 

MINISTERS. 

BahnsonGeo. F., bishop, mora v., Salem. 
Grunert M. E., morsvv., Salem. 
Wheeler J. W., meth., Winston. 
Whittington, meth., (local) Kernersville. 
Alspaugh Jolm, meth., (local) Vienna. 
Doub Joseph, meth., (local) Viena. 
Doub ]\Ilcha3l, meth., (local) Viena. 
Doub John, meth., (local) Viena. 
Doub Samuel, meth., (local) Viena. 
Petra Jas. E., meth., (local) Viena. 
White J. Y/.,meth., (local) Viena. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Grist Mill, Salem, J. E. Mickey. 

Grist Mill, Kernersville, Kerner & Har- 
rison. 

Grist Mill, Salem. Nat. Bloom. 

Grist and Saw Mill, Salem, J. M. Stafford. 

Grist Mill near Salem, .John Crater. 

Grist Mill near Salem, John Styres. 

Grist Mill. Bethania, Thomas Lash. 

Grist IMill, Kernersville, Israel Robertson. 

Grist Mill. Kernersville, Dr. .Jones. 

Steam Saw Mill, Kernersville, John 
Gentry. 

Grist Mill, Lewisville, Eugene Conrad. 

Grist ]!ilill, White Roads, John & Wm. 
Medarius. 

Grist and Saw Mill, Clemonsville, Chris- 
tian Sides. 

Steam Saw and Grist Mill, Waughtown, 
J. P. Nisson. 

Grist Mill, near Salem, Wm. Lowry. 

Grist and Saw Mill, Kernersville, Ander- 
son Richardson. 

Grist Mill, Kernersville, Geo. Brooks. 

Grist Mill, Waughtown, M. P. Nicholson. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Dicks W. P., Walkerton. 
HouserR. A., Bethania. 
.Tones Beverly, Bethania. 
Kerner Elias, Kerner.sville. 
Kerner Cornelius. Oak Ridge. 



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KeeMn, T. F., Salem. 
Morris John II., "Walkertown. 
Shaffner J. T., Walkertown. 
Webb A. H., Waughtown. 
Zevely A T., Salem. 
Hunter .1 W., dentist, Salem. 
Pitts I. II., Kernersvllle. 
Martin , dentist, Salem. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 



Salnm, 

Wiston, M. V. Faircloth. 
Kemersville, John F. Kemer. 
Weavil's 31111, Efi Weavil. 

White Roads, 

Bethania, 



Lewisville, 

NEWSP^\PERS ^VXD EDITORS. 

Western Sentinel, Geo. M. Mathes. 
People's Press, L. V. Blum. 



FRANKLm COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 14 107 

County Seat — LouiSBURG. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, W. F. Green. 

Clerk County Court, T. C. Ilorton. 

Clerk Superior Court, W^. H. Furman. 

Chairman County Coiirt, M. Hawkins. 

Clerk and M. in Eq., C. II. Thomas. 

Coroner, H. Perry. 

Regif-ter, A. Thomas. 

Sheritf, E. A. Gupton. 

Survey 01, AVm. Fuller. 

Standard Keeper, 

Trastee, James Wilson. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE. 

P. J. Brown, J. B. Littlejohn, 

B. T. Ballard. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Louisburg Female College, ReT. T. ]\I. 
Jones, president. 

Louisburg ]\Iale Academy, M. S. Davis, 
A. ^I.. and II. E. Shepherd, L^niversity 
of Virginia, principals. 

Franklinton Academy, Rev. George W. 
Neal, principal. 

Children's School, Louisburg, Miss Mar- 
tha Arendell, teacher. 

Colored School, Louisburg, iMiss Martha 
Hudson and Miss Miller, teachers. 

CnUROHES AND PASTORS. 

Louisburg, meth., Louisburg, J. A. Cun- 
inggim. 



Franklinton, meth., Franklington, J. P. 
Simpson. 

Plank Chapel, meth., near Louisburg. 
Simpson. 

Trinity Chapel, meth., north of Louis- 
burg, ,1. P. Simpson. 

Salem, meth., near Castalia, Nash co. 
J. P. Simpson. 

Belford, meth., near Castalia,.!. P.Simp- 
son. 

Chapel Springs, meth., near Louisburg, 
J. P. Simpson. 

Prospect, meth., near Louisburg, J. P. 
Simpson. 

Ebenezer, meth., near Louisburg, J. P. 
Simpson. 

Elizabeth ChaiDel,meth., near Louisburg, 
.1. P. Simpson. 

Sarepta, meth., near Louisburg, J. P. 
Simpson. 

Louisburg, bap., Louisburg, 



Cypress Chapel, bap., near Louisburg, M. 

D. Freeman. 
Flat Rock, bap., near Louisburg, Prof. 

Royal. 
Franklinton, bap., Franklinton, 

Haywood's, bap., near Louisburg, Thos. 

Wilcox. 
Mt. Zion, bap., near Louisburg, J. Q. 

Barkley. 
Maple Springs, bap., near Louisburg, 

Prof. Royal. 
Poplar Springs, bap., near Louisburg, 

Red Bud, bap., near Louisburg, J. G. 

Barkley. 
Perry's Chapel, bap., near Franklinton, 

Sandy Creek, bap. near Louisburg, J. G. 
Barkley. 

Presbyterian Church, Louisburg, 

St. Paul, epis., Louisburg, 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES 

Eagle Hotel, Louisburg, .lames Dent. 
Louisburg Hotel, Louisburg, Bridges & 

Debnam. 
Franklinton Hotel, Franklinton, Mrs. 

Martha Tucker. 
Boarding House, Franklinton, Mrs. Ann 

Coggin. 

LAWYERS. 

Cook C. M., Louisburg. 
Davis Joseph .!., Louisburg. 
Green W. F., Franklinton. 
LankfordM., Louisburg. 
SpiveyD.AV., Louisburg. 
Wynne R. I., Louisburg. 



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MANUFACTORIES. 

Tobacco Factory, Frauklinton, J. T. 

Long. 
Carnage Factory, Louisbiirg, TV. H. Fur- 

gurson. 

MERCHANTS. 

Brown P. J., dry goods, &c., 

Oarlile T. X., dry goods, Louisbur;^. 

Ellis (A. D.) & Young, dry goods, Louis, 
burg. 

Fuller Jones, dry goods, Louisbuj-g. 

Gay Albert, dry goods, near Louisburg. 

Green (W. W.)"& Clifton, (J. B.) drugs 
and diy goods, Louisbvrg. 

Harriss J T., dry goods, &c.. Pacific. 

Harriss .J. J., dry goods, near Pacific. 

Harriss Wra. S., dry goods, nearPocific. 

Hawkins P B., dry goods, Louisburg. 

Howell B. N., drj" goods, Louisburg. 

Henly J. A., dry goods, Franklinton. 

.Joyner J. S., dry goods, &c., Franklinton. 

Jones J. F., dry goods, Louisburg. 

Jones W. W., confectioner, Louisburg. 

Joyner I. S.. dry goods, &c., Louisburg. 

King Benj. J., dry goods, Louisburg. 

IMitchell ( \V. H. ) & Green (A.) dry goods, 
Sec, Franklin. 

Minetree J. J., dry goods, &c., Louisburg. 

Pleasants W. H. & Co., dry goods, Louis- 
burg. 

Phillips W. K., dry goods, near Pacific. 

Pearce R. M., dry go jds, Cedar Rock. 

Ransom A Speed, dry goods, Franklinton. 

Stanton (I.) A; Morton (Geo.) dry goods, 
Franklinton. 

Scott, Hardy O., dry goods, Franklinton. 

Sherrod Henry H. dry gools, Franklinton. 

Stegall (E, h.) Si Harriss (H.) dry goods, 
Louisburg. 

Speed R. A., drygooJs, Louisburg. 

Timlierlake R. H., dry goods, &c., Pacific. 

Timberlake J. P., dry goods, near Frank- 
linton. 

Taylor A., dry goods, near Louisburg. 

Wilder S. T., dry goods, Louisburg. 

W bite Thos. , dry goods, Louisburg. 

Walker N. B., Silversmith, Louisburg. 

Yarborough (R. F.) & Barrow (J, S.) dry 
goods, &c., Louisburg. 

MINISTERS. 

Barkley J. G., bap., Louisburg. 
Dent W. T., bap.. Pacific. 
Freeman M. B., bap., Louisburg. 
Cunninggim .1. A., meth., LouLsburg. 
Jones T. M., meth., (local) Louisburg. 
Neal Geo. W., meth., Franklinton. 
Brown W. A., meth., (local) Louisburg. 



Reid .James, meth., Louisburg. 
Simpson J. P , Franklinton. 

MINES. 

Gold Mine, near Louisburg, A. Taylor, 

proprietor. 
Portis Gold Mine, near Louisburg, T. K. 

Thomas and ^Ir. Sturgis, proprietors. 
Jones' Gold ]\Iine, near Loui.sburg, J. J. 

Jones, proprietor. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Crudup's, Franklinton, Dr. E. A. Crudup. 
Clifton's, near Louisburg, T. T. Clifton. 
Dent's, Loiiisburg, .James Dent. 
Goswick's, Kittrell's, W. H. Goswick. 
Jackson's, near Louisburg,.!. W. Jackson. 
.Jones', near Louisburg, -J. F. .Jones. 
Perry's, near Jjouisburg, Dr. A. S. Perry. 
Terrell's, near Louisburg, .J. M. TeiTell. 
Williams', Franklinton, W. H. Williams. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Clifton J. B., Louisburg. 
(Jreen W. W., Jjouisburg. 
Green B. F., Franklinton. 
.Joyner Noah, Louisburg. 
Iving W. R., JjOuisburg. 
Iving .Joel G., Louisburg. 
IMoss J. F., JjOuisburg. 
Murphy N. H., Louisburg. 
JMalone Ellis. Louisburg. 
]\Ian Z. H., Pacific. 
O'Brien .John, Kittrell's. 
Perry Sam'l., Louisburg. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS 

Franklinton. H. S. Furman. 
Louisburg, Miss Jones. 
Pacific, 



aASTON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 9,.S07. 

County Seat— Dallas. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, D. Shenk of I>incolnton 
Clerk Co. Court, Amzi Ford. 
Clerk Superior Court, John Carson. 
Chairman Co. Court, L. A. j\Iason. 
Clerk & M. in Eq. John White. 

Coroner, 

Register, Maxwell Ford. 
Sheriff, James F. White. 



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Surveyor, Wm. Lacy. 

Standard Keeper, Anizi Ford. 

Trustee, .Tames F. White. 

Ch'iuu, Wardens of Poor, J. G. ]McGinis. 

SCHOOLS. 

Ileigli Shoal School, (col.) Misses Wilkes. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Dallas, pres., Mr. Bar. 

Costania Grove, pres., Mr. Bar. 

Goshen, pres., IMr. Bar. 

Olnoy, pres.. Pleasant Padge, ]\rr. Bar. 

Long- Creek, bapt., near Dallis, JMr. 

Dickson. 
Brewington, bap., Wood 'Lawn, E. A. 

Foe. 
Union free, near Pleasant Ridge, Mr. 

Far. 

Philadelphia, luth., Dallas, C. ,L Patter- 
son. 

Christ's Church, luth., Brevard Station, 
C. J. Patterson. 

Beaverdam, luth., Cherryville, C. J. Pat 
tersou. 

Bothesda, meth., Dallas, C. E. Land. 
Concord, meth., Cherryville, C. E. Land. 
Lander's Chanel, meth., High Shoal, C. 

E. Land. 
Ebenezer, meth., "Wood Lawn, C. E. 

Land. 
Erjisraus, meth., Dallas, C. E. Land. 
Stanley's Creek, meth., Brevard, C. E. 

J.,and. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES 

Village Hotel, Dallas, jM. Mathes. 
Mansion House, Dallas, James Huffman. 
Hotel, Cherryville, H. Summit. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

High Shoals Ironi\Ianufacturing Compa- 
ny, (make iron naiLs &c.,) Com. Ch's. 
Wilkes. 

Tate's Cotton, Factory, Wood Lawn, T. 
R. Tate. 

Wood Lawn Cotton Mill, L. S. Line- 
bai'srer & Co. 

Stowe's Cotton Factory, Stowe's Mill, 
J. & E. B. Stowe. 

Tannery, Spring Shoal, J. Stowe. 

Crowder's JMouutain Iron Works, Dallas, 
S. & R. Oats. 

Carriage Factory, Dallas, S. & M. 
Withers. 

MERCHANTS. 

Craig & Glen, dry goods &c., Pleasant 
Ridge. 



Fronebarger (J.) & Co., dry goods, &c., 

Dallas. 
Lowe & Crane, dry goods, Pleasant 

Ridge. 
Mathews M. dry goods, Dallas. 
Nathans, M. dry goods, Dallas. 
Pasour E. grocer, Dallas. 

MINISTERS. 

Land C. E. meth., Dallas. 
Rollins R. meth., Dallas. 



-, pres., Dallas. 



Bar- 

Hall J. D. pres., Stowesville 

Poe E. A. bap.. Wood Lawn. 
Dickson , bap., Dallas. 

GOLD MINES. 

Rhodes' Mine, Brevard Station, Sloan, 
Richards & Co. 

Batie Mine, Wood Lawn, Sloan, Rich- 
ards & Co. 

Kings Nountain, |White Fine, Jlr. Dor- 
sey Sup't. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Abernathy's Wood Lawn, M. & G. Aler- 
nathj'. 

Clemmer's Brevard Station. J. Clemmer. 

Fite's, Wood Lawn, G. & W. Fite. 

Huffman's, Brevard Station, Huffman & 
Rhyne. 

High Shoal, High Shoal, Manufac. Co. 

Holland's, Dallas, Holland & Rhyne. 

Huffman's, Dallas, Est. Dan'l lluilman. 

Linebarger, Wood Lawn, Linebarger & 
Co. 

Nims, Wood Jiawn, Nims Est. 

Rhodes', Brevard Station, Sloan, Rich- 
ards & Co. 

Stovves', Stowe.sville. -J. & E. B. Stowe. 

Sitzcr's, Dallas, H. Sitzer. 

White's, Dallas, White & Jenkins. 

White's, Old Furnace, ]\Irs. JMary White. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Graham Joseph, Wood Lawn. 
Johnson Sidney, Dallas. 
McLane, South Point. 
]\Ioorc M. E. Dallas. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Dallas, E. Pasour. 

High Shoals, JMlss D. E. Aydlett. 

Brevard Station, Miss Claniuger. 

South Point, 

Wood Lawn, Mr. Alcom. 

Stowesville, 

Pleasant Ridge, 



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GATES. 



Crowders Creek, 

C'rowders Alountaiu, 

White Pine, 

GATES COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 8,4 i;? 

County Seal— Gatesville, 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Jolin Gatlin. 
Clerk County Court, ilills II. Eure. 
Clerk Superior Court, Koswell Cooper. 
Chairman County Court, A. J. Vv'altou. 

Clerk and 31. in Eq., 

Coroner, II. HotHer. 
Register, Robert Walton. 
Sheriff. F. WiUey. 
Surveyor, Isaac Williams. 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, F. Willey. 

SCHOOLS AND PRINCIPALS. 

Holly Grove Female, Miss Margaret 

Parker. 
Sunsbury Male, 31. Kellog. 
Gatesville Male, Mr. Pearce. 
Hazzlett's Female, ]Mrs. Ilazzlett. 
Babb's Male, Lewis Ba1jb. 
Hays' Academy, James Hays. 
Morriss' Female, Miss Penny Morri«s. 
Parker's Male, B. Parker. 
Middle Swamp, John Williams. 
Renison Academy, baptist, 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Sandy Cross, bap., Sandy Cross, Mr. 

Knapp. 
Gatesville, bap., Thomas Babb. 
Middle Swamp, bap.,Bucklin, Mr. Bailey. 
Piney Grove, bap., lienison, Thos. Babb. 
Cool Spring, bap., Gatesville, Thomas 

Babb. 

Lasiter's Chapel, epis., Sunsbury, Mr. 

Pearce. 
Gatesville, epis., Gatesville, Mr. Pearce. 

Jerusalem, prot. meth., Sunsbury Ed. 
Parker. 

Kittrell's, moth., near Renison, Sir. Allen. 
Gatesville, meth., Gatesville, Mr. Allen. 
Fletcher Chapel, meth., near Gatesville, 

Mr. Allen. 
Savage's, meth., near Renison, Mr. Allen. 
Philadelphia, meth., Sunsbury, j\Ir. Allen. 
Zion, meth., Sunsburj', Mr. Allen. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Brady's Hotel, Gatesville, John Brady- 
Southern Hotel, Gatesville, J, B. Dowd. 



LAWYERS. 

M. L. Eure, Gatesville. 
John Gatlin, Gatesville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Cross .Jos., Renison. 

Cross (.L F.) & Co., (S. R. Xorfleet) Suns- 
bury. 

Eure (M. H.) & Gatlin (R.) Lumbcrton. 

Green L. (C'ol.) confectioner, Gatesville. 

Darden R. M., Holly C4rove. 

Everett James, Holly Grove. 

Harrell (R.) & Wilkiiis (W.) Sunsbury. 

Manning W^ II., jMintonsville. 

Riddick & Bro.. (R. & R.) Gatesville. 

Russel E., Sandy Cross. 

Williams, (H. C. ctR.) Cro.ss (Thop.) & 
Co., Merchant Mills. 

Williams, (R.) Harrell (S.) &Co., Gates- 
ville. 



MINISTERS. 

-, meth., Gatesville. 



Allen — 

Jordan Costan, meth., (local) Sunsbury. 

Harrell Nat., meth., (local) Gatesville. 

Parker Ed., prot. meth., Sunsbury. 

Babb Thos., bap., Renison. 

Speight Henry, bap., Bucklin. 

Pearce )Cpis,, Gatesville. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Goodman's, near IloUy Grove, B. Good- 
man's estate. 

Jones', near Sandy Cross, Dan'l Jones. 

Jones', near Lumberton, Wm. Jones. 

Nortleet's, near Sunsbury, Norfieet & 
Cross. 

Trottman's, Mintunsville, Trottman & 
Only. 

Walton's, Mintonsville, A. J. Walton 

Williams', at Merchant Mills, H. C. Wil- 
liams. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Lee Henry, Renison. 
Louther S. J., Sunsbury. 
Morgan Henry, Holly Grrove. 

Nixon , Mintonsville. 

Savage C. B., Gatesville. 
W^illiams Elisha, Sunsbury. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTETuS. 

Gatesville, Mrs. ZiUa Gatlin. 
Sunsbury, W. T. Cross. 

Mintonsville, ■ 

Holly Grove, 

Bucklin, 

Renison, 



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GRANVILLE. 



GRANVILLE COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0. 23,39G 

County Seat— OxFOKD. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, .James S. Amis. 
Clerk Coiinty Court, A. Landis, sr. 
Clerk Superior Court, John C. Russel. 
Chairman County Court, Lunsford A. 

TJq CpVl Q 11 

Clerk & M. inEq., John ^Y. PTayes. 
Coroners, John S. Jones and Col. S. S. 

Royster. 
Register, L. A. Paschall. 
Sheriff, Wm. A. Philpott. 
Surveyor, Rev. S. P. .1. Ilarriss. 
Standard Keeper, L. I^atham. 
Trustee, Wm. A. Philpott. 

TOAVN CONSTABLE. 

Wm. Crabtree. 

SCHOOLS. 

Female Academy, Rev. Mr. Hill. 
Oxford Mathematical and Class'l School, 

J. H. Horner. 
Henderson ]\[ath. and Classical School, 

Fred. A. Fetter. 
Classical School, Williamsboro, W. H. 

Graves. 
Male Academy, Tally-Ho, T. J. Horner" 
Preparatory School, Oxford, Mrs. S. A. 

Williams. 
Preparatory School, Oxford, Miss Tillett. 
School, Oxford, Rev. John L. Carroll. 
Pleasant Hill Female Academy, Oxford, 

Mrs. A. F. Cheatham. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Banks' Chapel, meth., near Wilton, 

Bethel, meth., near Kittrell's, .John Til- 
lett. 

Bullock's, meth., near Tally-IIo, John 

Tillett. 
Calvary, meth.,* Knapp of Reeds, John 

Tillett. 
Ebenezer, meth., near Oak Hill, John 

Tillett. 
Grey Rock, meth., near Kittrell's, John 

Tillett. 

Grove Hill, meth., near Wilton, — 

Henderson, meth., Henderson, Ira T. 

Wyche. 
Hermen, meth., G miles west Henderson, 

J. Tillett. 
Moore's, meth., near Tally-Ho, J. Tillett. 
Morrow's, meth., near Williamsboro, I. 

T. Wyche. 



Oxford, meth., Oxford,,.!. Tillett. 
Perry's Chapel, meth., Rogers' Store, J. 

Tillett. 
Rock Spring, meth. , near Henderson, I. 

T. Wyche. 
Salem, meth., 3 miles N. E. Oxford, J. 

Tillett. 
Shady Grove, meth., 4 miles S. W. Ox 

ford, J. Tillett. 
Tabernacle, meth., Towusville, Ira T. 

Wyche. 

St. Bartholomew, epis., Oxford, Maurice 
Vaughan. 

St. .John's, epis., Williamsboro, Maurice 
Vaughan. 

Holy Innocents, epis., Henderson, 

Corinth, bap., near AVilton, J. .1. Purefoy- 

Concord. bap., Dutch\ille, 3Ir. Lansdale. 

Brassfields, bap., Wilton, Dr. AVinsrate. 

Grove, bap., Mt. Energy, Mr. Lansdale. 

Grassy Creek, bap., Venable's, 

Henderson, bap., Henderson, 

Hester's bap. , 5 miles N. W. Oxford, Mr. 
Beacham. 

Knapp of Reeds, bap., ^Vlr. Atkin- 
son. 

Mt. Zion, bap. , near Berea, 

Mountain Creek, bap., Oak Hill, Mr. 
Stradley. 

Oxford, bap., Oxford, Mr. Jno. L. Car- 
roll. 

Poplar Creek, ban., Henderson, Mr. Jno. 
L. Carroll. 

Tabb's Creek, bap., near Oxford, Mr. 
John Jj. Carroll. 

Harriss' Chapel, prot. meth., near Wil- 
liamsboro', S. P. J. Harriss. 

Midw.a.y, prot. meth., near Williamsboro, 
S. P. J. Harriss. 

Rohobeth, prot. meth., near Oxford, Mr. 
Gilbreth. 

L'nion Chapel, prot. meth., near Kit- 
trell's, Mr. Gilbreth. 

Henderson, pres., Jlr. Hill. 

Oxford, pres., Mr. Hill. 

Grassy Creek, pres., j\Ir. Ilill. 

Shiloh, chris., Mr. Ferrell. 

Genevah, chris., Mr. Ferrell. 

Sardis, chris.. Oak Hill, Mr. Ilines. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Granville House, Oxford, Dr. S. A. Wil- 
liams. 

Boarding House, Oxford, Rev. R. P. 
Hunt. 

Board House, Oxford, Mrs. M. E. Wash- 
ington. 

Boarding House, Oxford, Dan'l S. Os- 
borne. • 

Hotel, Henderson, J. Sweat. 

Hotel, Henderson, IMrs. Alley. 

Boarding House, Henderson, j\Ir. Smith. 



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GRANVILLE. 



LAWYERS. 

Amis Col. James S., Oxfoi-d. 
Cantwell Col. Edward, Oxford. 
Edwards L. C, Oxford. 
Hargrove Col. T. L., Oxford. 
Harriss Cicero W., Oxford. 
Han-iss George Badger, Henderson. 
Hays John W., Oxford. 
Lanier M. V., Oxford. 
Littlejohn J. T., Oxford. 
Lassiter R. W., Oxford. 
Rowland James H., Oxford. 
\' enable A. W., Oxford. 
Venable Maj. T. B., Oxford. 
WorthamCol. George, Oxford. 
Williams Samuel T., Oxford. 
Williams John A., Oxford. 
Young- W. Hamilton, Henderson. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Iron Foundry, Oxford, Jones & Hobgood. 
Tinnery, Oxford, Amon Cretcher. 
Cabinet Shop, Oxford, John L. Crabtree. 
Cabinet Shop, Oxford, Benj. F. Persons. 
Undertaker, Oxford, Wm. R. Hunter. 
Tobacco Factory, Henderson, Clark, 

Yancey & Co. 
Tobacco Factory, Oxford, R. H. Kings. 

bury & Co. 
Tobacco Factory, Oxford, Dan'I. Osboni. 
Carriage Factory,Williamsboro,E. Ilaith- 

cock. 

3IERCHANTS IN OXFORD. 

Beasley (W. R.) & Co., d-uggist. 

Cooper & Williams, dry goods and gro- 
ceries. 

Cox 1.^ Jlorris, gents furni.shing house. 

Ellington J. M. , liquors and wines. 

Grandy, Landis & Co., dry goods, &c. 

Herndon (H. C. & W. G.) drygoods,&c. 

Hunt James T., dry goods, &c. 

Hunt (R. L.) & Bro,, dry goods, &c. 

Harriss, Crews & Co., dry goods, &c. 

Franklin J. B., confections. 

Franklin Mrs. J. B., milliner. 

Hinton Abram, (col.) family grocer. 

Jenkins W. K., books and stationery. 

Mitchell R. J., drugs and paints. 

Osborne Dr. A. F., drugs and paints. 

Osborne Job, confectioner. 

Parham Sandy, blacksmith shop. 

Pool & Reavis, liquors, -wines, &c. 

Street P. H., variety store. 

Smith B., tailor. 

Saterthwaite T., tobacconist. 

Taylor & Kingsbury, tobacconists. 

Spencer John, jr., livery stable ; also 
proprietor Henderson hack line. 

Grandy, Kingsbury & Co.. tobacconists. 

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OTHER MERCHANTS. 

Burwell & Parham, Henderson. 

BettsC, general m'd'se, Henderson. 

Harriss Hardy, Henderson. 

Vaughn J. W., Henderson. 

Wyche P. M., gen'l md'&e, Henderson. 

Kettle L. H., gen'l md'se, Henderson. 

Debnam, Dr. T. C, gen'l md'se, Hen- 
[ derson. 

Clarke, Yancey & Co.. gen'l. md'se, Hen- 
derson. 

Laseiter(Jas.) & Son, Henderson. 

Cheatham, Andrews & Co., drugs, Hen- 
derson. 

Lassiter .James, dry goods, Hender.son. 

Young (D, E.) & Sons, dry goods, Hen- 
derson. 

Sanders , confections, Henderson. 

Wyn Sirs , confections, Henderson. 

Fasnach Edward, jeweler, Henderson, 

Overton Mrs. E. H., Kittreil's. 

Yancey & Blacknall, Kittreil's. 

Satterwhate Stephen, Midway. 

MINISTERS. 

Tiilett John, meth., Oxford. 

Wiley Lewis K., meth. (local) Oxford. 

Brame M. A., meth., (local) Kittreil's. 

Wyche I. T., meth. Henderson. 

Hunt R. P., meth. (local) Oxford. 

Riddick C. B., meth., Kittreil's. 

Riddick , meth. Kittreil's. 

Smith T. L. D., meth. (local) Kittreil's. 

Homes Wm., meth., (local) Henderson. 

York John W., meth., (local) Oxford. 

Hester Benj. B., meth., (local) Mt. En- 
ergy. 

Hester Wni., meth., (local) Oxford. 

Joyner Peter H., meth., (local) Hender- 
son. 

Clark J. S. R, meth., Kittreil's. 

Vaughn JIaurice, epis., Oxford. 

Lansdale J. J., bap., Henderson. 

Beacham , bap. , Oxford. 

Atkinson ,-bap., Knapp of Reeds. 

Stradley , bap.. Oak Hill. 

Carroll John L., bap., Oxford. 

Harriss S. J. P., prot. meth., Wms'boro. 

Gilbreth , prot. meth., Oxford. 

Hill , presb. , Oxford. 

Ferrell , chris., Oxford. 

Hines , chris.. Oak HilL 



3IILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Eutaw, Wm. S. Skinner. 

Oxford, D. C. Herndon. 

Grist and Saw, Henderson, Baldy Davis. 

Flour, Henderson, Thos. Reavis. 



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GREENE. 



Floi^r, Henderson, TSIr. Hart. 

Grist, Oxford, W. & D. T. Cheatham. 

Flour, Grist and Saw, Kittrell's, T. G. 

Cheatham. 
Grist, Uenderson, A. Davis. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Booth John, Tally- II o. 
Blacknall G. W., Kittrell's. 
Hester Wm., Oxford. 

Debnam ■, Henderson. 

Hicks Wm. R., Oxford. 
Cheatham W. T., Henderson. 
Harriss A. C, Sassafras Fork. 
Hicks Robt., Henderson. 
Hines Thos.. Kittrell's. 
Hicks John R., Henderson. 
Peace (Plecsant) & Bro., Kittrell's. 

Henderson , Williamsboro. 

PaschallZ. M., Oxford. 
Taylor L. C, Oxford. 
WUson Wm., Townesville. 
Young P. AV., Oxford. 
Young Wesley, Henderson. 
Youug Samuel, Henderson. 
Orren E. W., dentist, Oxford. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Oxford, Miss Pattie Jones. 
Henderson, Miss Bettie Reavis. 
Kittrell's. Jerome Fuller. 

Tally-Ho, • 

Williamsboro, • 

Mt. Energy, Nat. Cannady. 
Sassafras Fork, — 



GREENE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 7,935. 

County Seat— Snow Hill. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, — Isler. 
Clerk County Court, D. A. Spivey. 
Clerk Superior Court, J. Q. Jackson. 
Chairman Co. Court, R. C. D. Beaman. 
Clerk and Master inEq., H. F. Grainger. 
Cononer, John Britt. 
Register, Haywood Dale. 
Sheriff, S. R. Harper. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, Wm. Cobb. 
Trustee, W. E. Best. 

SCHOOLS. 

Hokerton Female Academy, Hookerton. 
Snow Hill Academy, Snow Hill. 
Carolina Seminary, Dan'l Edwards. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Chri.stian, bap., Hookerton, Geo. Joyner. 
Freewill bap., Hookerton, Thos. Moore. 
Hokerton, meth,, Hookerton, T. P- 

Ricaud. 
Edward's Chapel, meth., Hookerton, T. 

P. Ricaud. 
Jerusalem, meth., near Snow Hill, T. 

P. Ricaud. 
Lebanon, meth., Speight Bridge, T. P. 

Ricaud. 
Ormond's Chapel, meth. near Carolina 

Seminary, T. P. Ricaud. 
Rainbow, meth., near Hookerton, T. P. 

Ricaud. 
Tabernacle, meth. Speight' Bridge, T. P. 

Ricaud. 
Yelverton, meth. Speight's Bridge, T. P. 

Ricaud. 

Uuion bap. Hookerton, B. W. Nash. 
HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Boarding House, Snow Hill, W G. Har- 
per. 
Hotel, Snow Hill, J. R. DaD. 

LAWYERS. 

Williams J. B. Snow Hill. 
Isler — , Snow Hill. 

MERCHANTS. 

Aycocke J. C. variety store. Snow Hill. 
Cox S. P. variety store, Speights Bridge. 
Dail & Co. variety store, Snow HUl. 
Freeman J. T. & Co. variety store, Snow 

Hill. 
Harper & Swinson, variety store, Snow 

Hill. 
Jones & Murphy, variety store, Snow 

Hill. 
Pittman F. M. variety store, Speight's 

Bridge. 
Patrick & Smith, variety store, Hook- 
erton. 
Spivey D. A. & Co. variety store, Snow 

Hill. 
Williams & Warren, variety store. Snow 

Hill. 

MINISTERS. 

Cuiminggim W. H. meth. (local,) Hook- 
erton. 

Hooker Nathan A., meth. Hooker- 
ton. 

Hardy B. S. meth. (local) Hookerton. 

OrmondSam'l, meth. (local,) Hookerton. 

Mahoney James, meth., (local,) Snow 
Hill. 



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GUILFORD. 



Ricaud T. P. meth. Snow HiU. 
]\Ioore Thomas, freewill bap. Snow Hill. 
Dickson , freewill bap. Hookerton. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Hookerton Flour Mill, J. M. Patrick. 
Tyson Marsh Mill, W. F. & J. C. Ed- 
wards. 
Rainbow Mill, Lemuel Sugg. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Harvey John, Snow Hill. 
Jones \V. J. Snow Hill. 
Masters Joseph, Hookerton. 
Rountree, F. M., Hookerton. 
Spicer J. D. Snow Hill. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS 

Snow Hill, 

Hookerton, 

Speights Bridge, 

Carolina Seminary, 



GUILFORD COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 20,056. 

County Seat— Gkeeksboko'. 

Population of Greensboro'in 1860 — 1,050. 

P. A. Ellis, Mayor of Greensboro. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, D. F. Caldwell. 
Clerk County Court, Lynden Swain. 
Clerk Superior Court, J. W. Payne. 
Chairman County Court, J. II. Lindsey. 
Clerk and M. in Eq.. Ralph GorreU. 

Coroner, 

Register, Wm. U. Steiner. 
Sheriff, R. M. Stafford. 
Surveyor, J. W. Gilmer. 
Standard Keeper, C. G. Yates. 
Trustee, Wyatt W. Ragsdale. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Male Acad'y, Greensboro, J. R. McLean. 
New Garden Academy, Johnath. E. Cox. 
Male and Female Seminary, Greensboro, 

T. L. & R. P. Troy. 
Greensboro Female Seminary (burnt in 

1864.) not yet rebuilt. 
Edgeworth Seminary, not in operation. 

Deep River Academy, , principal. 

Jamestown Academy, ., prmcipal. 

Monticello Academy, , principal. 

McLeansville Academy, , principal 

Fern. School, Greensboro, J. R. AVharton 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Greensboro, presb. J. Henry Smith. 

Alamance, presb. (country) William B. 
Tidball. 

Buffalo, presb., (country) James C. Alex- 
ander. 

Bethel, presb., (country) James C. Alex- 
ander. 

High Point, presb., Mr. Johnson. 

Greensboro, meth., Wm. Barringer. 
High Point, meth. B. Craven, D. D. 
Mt. Pisgah, meth. John W. Lewis. 
Jamestown, meth., .John W. Lewis. 
Friendship, meth. John W. Lewis. 
Oak Ridge, meth., John W. Lewis. 
Brace's l>i Roads, meth., Jno. W. Lewis 
Pisgah, meth., John W. Lewis. 
Gethsemane, meth., John W. Lewis. 
Lee's Chapel, meth., John W. Lewis. 
Mure's Chapel, meth., John W. Lewis. 
Goshen, meth., John W.Lewis. 
Rehobeth, meth., C. H. Phillips. 
Pleasant Garden, meth., C. H. Phillips. 
Mt. Pleasant, meth., C. H. Phillips. 
Centre, meth., John W. Lewis. 
Mue's Chapel, meth., W. B. Richardson. 
Boman's Chapel, meth.,W. B. Richardson 
Bunker's HUl, meth., W. B. Richardson. 
Oak Ridge, meth., W. B. Richardson. 

Shoemaker's, luth., Sam'l Rothruck. 

Brick Church, ger. rel, G. W. Welker. 

New Garden, friends, periodical pastors. 
Dover, friends, *' " 

Centre, friends, " " 

Deep River, friends, " " 

Springfield, friends, " " 

Hillsdale, prim. bap. Mr. McNeely. 
Bruce'st><i Roads, bap., J.Jones. 
Elm Grove, bap., Robert Gooly. 
Greensboro, bnp., P. H. Fontaine. 
High Point, bap., 

Flat Rock, prot. meth. Mr. Linebury. 
Friendship, prot, meth. A. Gray. 
Ahi, prot. meth. A. Gray. 
Jamestown, prot. meth. A. Gray. 
Hopewell, prot. meth. A. Gray. 
Fair Grove, prot meth. A. Gray. 
Sandy Run, prot. meth. A. Gn.y. 
Oak Ridge, prot. meth. A. Gray. 
Hickory Grove, prot. meth. A. Gray. 
Mt. jMoriah, prot. meth. A. Gray. 
Red Hill, prot. meth. A. Gray. 
Bethel, prot. meth. Mr. Linebury. 
Union, prot. meth. jMr. Linebury. 
Benedict's, prot. meth. Mr. Linebury. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Metropolitan, Greensboro, Black & Scales 



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Mansion House, Greensboro, Rees & 

Albright. 
Planter's House, J. T. Rees. 
Railroad House, Greensboro, William E. 

Edwards. 
Hotel, High Point, W. G. Barbee. 
Hotel, High Point, M. Ferrell. 
Hotel, Jamestown, Dr. S. G. Coffin. 
Boarding House,Greensboro, Mary Hyatt 
DonneU's House, Oak Ridge, W. Donnell 

LAWYERS. 

Adams Peter H., Greensboro. 
Caldwell D.F. F., Greensboro. 
Dick R. P., Greensboro. 
Gorrell Ralph, Greensboro. 
Gilmer John A., sr., Greensboro. 
Gilmer John A., jr. Greensboro. 
Hill Wilson S., Greensboro. 
King Walter W., Greensboro. 
Keogh Thomas B., Greensboro. 
McLean Jesse R., 

Morehead James T., sr., Greensboro. 
Morehead James T., ]r., Greensboro. 
Mendenhall C. P., Greensboro. 
McLean James R., Greensboro. 
Payne J. W., Greensboro. 
Staples John N. , Greensboro. 
Stanton Benjamin F., Greensboro. 
Scott L. M., Greensboro. 
Scott Will. L., Greensboro. 
Tourgee Albion W., Greensboro. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cigar Factoi-y, Greensboro, A. Brochman 
Carriage and Buggy, Greensboro, James 

F. Pearce. 
Carriage and Buggy, Greensboro, George 

Ledford. 
Cabinet Shop, Greensboro, Jno. A. Poin- 

dexter. 
Cabinet Shop, Wm. Collins. 
Saddle and Harness, Greensboro, James 

E. Thorn. 
Saddle and Harness, Greensboro, J. W. 

S. Parker. 
Saddle and Harness, Greensboro, J. G. 

Sullivan. 
Boots and Shoes, Greens., T. S. Hayes. 
Boots and Shoes, Greensboro, Richard 

Crittenden. 
Boots and Shoes, Greens., James Dean. 
Iron Foundry and Machine bhop, Greens- 
boro, Jere. H. Tari^ley. 
Florida Balm, &c., Greensboro, George 

H. Livingston. 
Logan M'f'gCo., Jamestown, Thomas S. 

Cook, agent. 
Tin and Copper Smithing, Greensboro, 

C. G. Yates. 
Tin Smithing, Greensboro, J. O. Sullivan 
Cotton Fact'y, Jamestown. Mr. Hill, agt. 



Axe Handle Factory, Greensboro, Mr. 

Snow, superintendent. 
Tobacco Fact'y, Greensboro, E. P. Jones 
Tobacco Factory, Greensboro, Joseph 

Haskins. 
Tobacco FactoiT, Greens., Jno. Hoskin? 
Foundry and Plow Factory, Greensboro' 

Mr. Tarpley. 
Foundry and Plow Fact., New Garden, 

Ad. Boring. 

MERCHANTS, &c. 

Adams Sarah, milliner, Greensboro. 
Albright Jas. W., confectioner, Greens. 
Beville & Bowman, Hillsdale. 
Benbow D. W. C, gen. md'se. Greens. 
Bogart & Murray, gen. md'se. Greens. 
Bowman WyattF., High Point. 
Brovsm Michajl, smith. Greensboro. 
Bouldin J., Oak Ridge. 
Coal D. W., smith, Greensboro. 
Church I. J, M., High Point. 
Dodson S. C, Greensboro. 
Dodson & Hudson, Monticello. 
Denny Eli, High Point. 
Dickson James R., High Point. 
Edwards Wm. E.,auctioneer,Greensboro. 
Efland Jno. G., tailor, Greensboro. 
Fowler W. L.. merchant, Greensboro. 
Fisher A. F., High Point. 
Foust D. P., Gibsonville. 
Graham Thomas, Oak Ridge. 
FarrarWm. B., jeweler, Greensboro. 
Glenn R. W., drugs, Greensboro. 

Gilmer A. L., Greensboro. 

Golding S. J., house painter, Greensboro 

Harrell & Hughes, tailors, Greensboro. 

Henderson &Co., High Point. 

Hughes W. P., photogra])hist, Greens. 

Jerrell M., High Point. 

Jerrell Noah, High Point. 

King Dr. E. B., drugs, High Point. 

Klein J. D., ready-made cloth.. Greens. 

Lindsny A.. H., Friendship. 

Lindsay & Campbell, High Point. 

Lindsay (R. J.) & Co., High Point. 

Lindsay Ernest, confec, Greensboro. 

Moffit W. D., grocer. High Point. 

Moore Mrs. Caroline, milliner. Greens. 

Maurice Mrs. F. B., milliner, Greensboro. 

ISIaurice Prof. F. B., music store,Greens. 

JMendenhall & Sons, High Point. 

McAdoo & Bro., Greensboro. 

Mebane W. M., Shaw's Mills. 

McAdoo W. D., Jamestown. 

Moore W. S., Greensboro. ' 

Jlay L. R., Greensboro. 

Perry Seborn, High Point. 

Porter &Eckle, drugs, Greensboro. 

Rankin John C, High Point. 

Rhodes & Wilson, Summerfield. 

Routzahn L. H., Greensboro. 

Smith & Gilmer, Greensboro. 



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GUILFOED. 



Smith A. B., High Point. 

Sloan & Sons, Greensboro. 

Steel Seymore, Greensboro. 

Sciith & Islej, GibsonvUle. 

Scott David, Greensboro. 

Sterling (R.) & Son, books, Greensboro, 

Withers Henry, Greensboro. 

Trotter W. D., Greensboro. 

Weatherly Andrew, Greensboro. 

Wall P., Hillsdale. 

Willis H. C, confectioner, Greensboro. 

^\att R. A., jeweler, Greensboro. 

^ynkescfc Wiley, barbers, Greensboro. 

^atesC. G., gen. md'se, Greensboro. 

BROKERS. 

Henry G. Kellog, Greensboro. 
Wilson & Shober, Greensboro. 

NURSERYMEN. 

Westbrook & Albright, Greensboro. 

Joshua Lindley, Greensboro. 

J. V. Lindsay, 5 miles west Greensboro. 

C. P. j^Iendenhall, Greensboro. 
J. Milton Fentress, Greensboro. 

EDITORS, AGENTS, &c. 

J. W. Albright, editor Greensboro Times 

and job printer. 
Mrs. Francis M. Bumpass, editress of the 

\V'eekly Message. 

D. F. Caldwell, ed. Greensboro Patriot. 
J. B. Gretter,agt. GuUf ord Land Agency, 

Greensboro. 

MINISTERS. 

Barringer Wm., meth., Greensboro. 
Thompson Fleming,meth.. (local) Green. 
Wilson N. H. D., meth., Greensboro. 
WUson W. C, meth., Greensboro. 
Westbrook C. W., meth., (local) Green. 
Stevenson Berry, meth., (local) Green. 
Long John, meth., (local) Greensboro. 
Philips Chas. H., meth., Greensboro. 
Richardson W. B., meth., Jamestown. 
Bodenheimer J., meth., (lucal) Green. 

Welker J. W., ger. ref., Gibsonville. 

Rothrock Samuel, luth., Gibsonville. 

Fontain P. H., sr.,bap., Greensboro. 
Fontain P. H.jr., bap., Greensboro. 

Narsh , bap., Greensboro. 

Jones J., bap., Greensboro 

Tidball Wm. B., presb., Greensboro. 
Alexander J. C, presb., Greensboro 
Smith J. Henry, presb., Greensboro 

Gray A., prot. meth., Friendship. 



Lineberg , prot. meth.. Bethel. 

Dean Ch., prot. meth., Greensboro 
Holten Quinten, prot. meth., Greensboro 
Peoples Hubbard,prot. meth., Greensboro 

MINES. 

North State (gold and copper) J. P. Oats, 

agent. 
Guildford Mine (gold and copper) 
Cambridge IMine (gold and copper) 
Gardner Hill (gold and copper) Capt. 

Staples 
Fisher Hill (gold and copper) 
Deep River (gold and copper) 
Lindsay Gold Mine. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Armfield's, Greensboro, E. Armfield 
Clapp's, Gibsonville, J. Clapp 
Carter's, Jamestown, John Carter. 
Chipman's, Jamestown, J. A. Davis 
Donnell's, Greensboro, W. A. Donnell. 
Davis', Centre, James Davis. 
Donnell's, Greensboro, George Donnel 
Donnell's, McLeansville, H. Donnell 
Davis', Jamestown, J. A. Davis. 
Elliott's, Jamestown, H. C Lamb 
Fulk's, Monticello, J. T. Dodson 
Hamburg, Greensboro, J. T. Morehead 
Hudson's, Brick Church. William Hudson 
Lomax's, Mr. Lomax 
Ingle's, (ribsonville, David Ingle 
Mendenhall's, Jamestown, Mrs. D. C. 

Mendenhall. 
OiTell's, Greensboro, L. D. Orrell. 
Pritchett's, Monticello, Webb Pritchett 
Parsons', Jamestown, J. W. Freeman 
Robins', Jamesto^\^l, J. F. Holton 
Sander's, Oak Ridge, J. N. Nelson 
Summers', Gibsonville, L. W. Summers 
Shaw's, Shaw's Mill, F. Shaw. 
Stuart's, McLeansville, .J. A. Stuart. 
Wheeler's, Jamestown, William Wheeler 

& Co. 
Wilson's, McLeansville, T. B Donald 
Woody's, Shaw's Mill, N. D Woody 
Young's, Greensboro, Wm. M. Young. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Albright "Wm. 31. Greensboro. 
Alexander — , Greensboro. 
Coble W. A. in country. 
Campbell — , High Point. 
Coble Wesley A. in country. 
Cook — , Oak Ridge. 
Cole John L. in country. 
Coffin S. G. Jamestown. 
Denny R. K. Monticello. 
Gumming J. T. F. in country. 



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HALIFAX. 



Hall .James K, Greensboro. 
Eaton — , Friendship. 
Glenn R. W. Greensboro. 
Keruer — Oak Kidge. 
Hoover A. S. .Jamestown. 
Jjogan John E. Greensboro. 
]\IcNairy W. in country. 
McLean Joseph A. McLeansville. 
JMcDanielA. P. McLeansville. 
Porter A. S. Greensboro. 
Pugh W. P. High Point. 
Powell S. A. Summerfield. 
I^hipps L. A. in countiy. 
Plunkett Wm. R. in country. 
Robbins J. L. Frendship. 
Sapp B. F. Friendship. 
Sapp A. J. High Point. 
Staples H. H. Greensboro. 
Winchester J. W. Hillsdale. 
Wright W. F. in country. 
Hewlett J. W. dentist, Greensboro. 
Jones, W. O. dentist, High Point. 
Scott Rufus, dentist, Greensboro. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 



Brick Church, 

Centre, Miss Murrow. 

Monticello, 

Deep River, 

Fentress, MissE. C. Fentress. 
Friendship, J. Russell. 

Gibsonville, 

Summerfield, C. Wilson. 
Gilmer's Store, Thos. Reagan. 
Greensboro, John D. White. 
High Pdint, Eli Denny. 
HUlsdale, W. D. Archer. 
Jamestown, Julia A. Ilarriss. 

Oak Ridge, 

JMcLeansville, 

Monticello, Mr. Pritchett. 
New Garden, J. E. Cox. 

Oak Ridge, 

Shaw's Mills, R. P. Shaw 

Summerfield, 

Westminister, 



HALIFAX COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 19,443 

County Seat— ILvLiFAX. 

Population in 18C0, 500 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, 



Clerk County Court, John T. Gregory. 
Clerk Superior Court, Thomas G. Lane. 
Chairman County Court, R. H. Smith. 
Clerk and M. in Eq., Thomas N. Hill. 



Coroners, .Jas. A. Pope and F. A. Smith. 
Register, James i\r. Grizzard. 
Sheriff. .James S. Snow. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, W. W. Brickell. 

SCHOOLS. 

Vine Hill Academy, Scotland Neck, Jeff 

Lovejoy, principal. 
Miss Bettie Evans' School, Weldon. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bethlehem, meth. Littleton, W. C. Gan- 
non. 

Edmonds' Chapel, meth., Littleton, W. 
C. Gammon. 

Bethel, meth., Littleton, W. C. Gannon. 

Halifax, meth. W. C. Gannon. 

Calvaiy, meth. Littleton, W. C. Gannon. 

Weldon, meth., W. C. Gannon. 

Enfield, meth. W. C. Gannon. 

Pierce's Chapel, meth. Halifax, W. C. 
Gannon. 

Farmville, meth. Enfield, W. C. Gannon. 

Scotland Neck, meth. W. C. Gannon. 

Smith's, meth. Weldon, W. C. Gannon. 

New Hope, meth., Weld., W. C. Gannon 

Catholic Church, Halifax, 

Halifax, epis. 

Enfield, prot. meth 



Moriah, prot. meth., Enfield, 



HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES 

Halifax Hotel, A.PL. Pearce. 
Enfield Hotel. Peter Forbs. 
Scotland Neck Hotel, Wm. Fenner. 
Weldon Hotel, Dr. G. W. Blacknall. 

LAWYERS. 

Branch Tyler, Enfield. 
Clark Walter. Weldon. 
Conigland Ed., Halifax. 
Devereux Thos. P., Halifax. 
Day \V. W., Weldon. 
Hill Thomas N., Scotland Neclc. 
Kerr W. A., Weldon. 
AVhitaker Spier, Enfield. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Plow Factory, Weldon, D. C. Rukerson. 
Distillery, Halifax, M. McMa'aan & Co. 

MERCHANTS. 



ArringtonWm. A., Halifax. 
Bryant & Bro., Enfield. 



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HAKNETT. 



Buggs & Morrisett, Scotland Neck. 
Baker John L., Palmyra. 
Barnes, Lewis & Co., Enfield. 
Cotton (B. W.)& Co. Scotland Xeck. 
Cohen (Jones) & Co., drugs. Enfield. 
Donell & Goode, Y\'eldon. 
Fenner (Smith) & Co., Scotland Neck. 
Garibaldi (Randolph) & Co., Crowell's 

>^ Roads. 
Grizzard (Jas. M.) & Co., drugs, Halifax. 
Emory Thos. L., Halifax. 
Hunter (Benj.) & Son, Brinkleysville. 
Hunter, Allen & Co., Weldon. 
Hyman & Peters, Scotland Neck. 
Johnston (W. A.) & Co,, Littleton. 
Johnston & Weller, Riugwood. 
"Morriss James A., Enfield. 
Laws D. A., Halifax. 
Mc^Iahan & Devereux, Halifax. 
]\IalIory & Jerkens, Littleton. 
Nichols Jehu, Scotland Neck. 
Owens George W., Halifax. 
Overby (J. L.) & Co., Halifax. 
Parker (J. H.) & Co., Enfield. 
Perkins (W. M.) & Co., Darlington. 
Shields, Smith & Co., Scotland Neck. 
Smith & Brickhouse. Littleton. 
Solomon W, P., Bnnkleysville. 
Spellman & Co., Weldon. 
Tellery John R., TeUery's MiU. 
"VVoodtt Bond, drugs, Scotland Neck. 
Whitaker (M. T.) & Co., Enfield. 
"Whitaker (J. H.) & Co., Enfield. 

MINISTERS. 

Lowe Thomas G., meth. (local) Halifax 
Gonnon W. C. meth. Halifax. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Weldon, Waldon, N. 'M. Long. 
ANTeldon, Weldon, Sylvester Smith & Co. 
Tillery's, Tillery's. John R. Tillery. 
Scotland Neck, P. E. Smith. 
Scotland Neck, N. B. Jones. 
Scotland Neck, W. I. Hill. 
Hunter's, Hunter & Bellamy. 
Hale's, W. E. Aaron. 



PHYSICIANS. 

, Gaston. 



Clements — 

Callan B. W., Scotland Neck. 

Branch J. R., Enfield. 

Drake Frank, Ringwood. 

Davis Thad., Weldon. 

Edwards Benj. C, Brinklej sville. 

Gee C. I., Weldon. 

Gresiory Thos. W., Enfield. 

Gregory Charles, Crowell's txj Roads. 

Hunter James, Enfield. 

Hunter William, Enfield. 



Hall A. S., Ssotland Neck, 
Hill W. H., Halifax. 
Joyner Henry, Enfield. 
i\Iacon G. H., Littleton. 
Macon George, Littleton. 
Moore J. 11., Gaston. 
O'Brien John, Halifax. 

Powell , Scotland Neck. 

Patterson —, Littleton. 

Pearce A. B., Halifax. • 
Perkins W. M., Darlington. 
Summerall Thomas S., Halifax. 
Savage ]\I. T., Scotland Neck. 
WelkersM. A., Halifax. 
WoodW. R., Scotland Neck. 
Whitaker B. F., Enfield. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Halifax, Nicholas Fitzpatrick. 
Weldon, J. W. Renfrow. 

Enfield, 

Littleton, 

Gaston, 



HAENETT COUNTY. 

PopuLATiox IN 1860 8,039. 

County Seat — LiLLlNGTON. 

COL^^TY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, A. D. McLean. 

Clerk County Court, B. T. Shaw. 

Clerk Superior Court. J. W. Atkins. 

Chairman Co. Court, 

Clerk & M. in Equity. 

Coroner, 

Register, A. F. Kivet. 
Sheriff, J. R. Grady. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Antioch, , J. C. Marcom. 

Barbecue, pres. A. H. Caldwell. 
Barclay's Chapel, meth. E. I. Avers. 
China Grove, pres. J. L. Fairly. 
Friendship, bap. J. C. Marcom. 
Harnett, meth. J. Avert. 
Hebrew, meth. D. H. McNeil. 
Neil's Creek, mis. bap. J. Howell. 
Pisgah, pres. A. H. Caldwell. 
Prospect, freewill bap. W. M. Byr(\ 
Tirza pres. A. H. Caldwell. 
Wesley Chapel, meth., Gabriel Farmer. 

LAWYERS. 

^IcLean A. D. Lillington. 
McKay N. Summerville. 
Spears J. A. Summerville, 



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MERCHANTS. 

Bowes Tl'^ry, Lillington. 
Barbee C. U. & Co. Barclaysville. 
Dewar A. H. Chalk Level, 
l^ewar II. B, "Winslow. 
Dumbtree .Jacob, Averysboro. 
.Johnson .Ja.s. A. Barclaysville. 
Stewart .Jas. B. Bunn's Jjevel. 
Turner S. W. Suramersville. 
Sewles CW. B.) & Co. Bunn's Level. 

MINISTERS. 

Ausley -, chris. Winslow. 

Avent I. W. meth. Barclaysville. 
Byrd Wm. freewill bap. Averysboro'. 
Caldwell A. H. pres. Lillington. 
Farmer Gabriel,|meth., I^illington. 
Fairly .1. L. bap. lillington. 
Howell J. miss. bap. Lillington. 
Marcom .J. C. miss. bap. Lillinarton. 
McNeill D. H. meth. Harrington. 
"VVest , meth. Bunn's Level. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Barney H. A. Grist mill. 
Campbell F. Grist mill. 
Crowder L. F. Grist mill. 
Douglas Nathan, merchant mill. 
Fowler Allen, Gristmill. 
Gaskin .Jno. Grist mill. 
Hodges J. B. Grist mill. 
.Johnson Jas. Grist mill. 
Mathews Jno. Grist mill. 
McNeil R. C. Grist mill. 
McLean Peter, Grist mill. 
McKay J. W. mer. mill. 
McLean A. J. Grist. 
Norris P. A. mer. mill. 
Pearson John, mer. mill. 
Poince N. A. mer. mill. 
Turlington R. Grist mill. 
Turlington A. J. Grist mill. 
May P. J. mer. mill. 
Williams J. C. Grist mill. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Atkins J. W. Lillington. 
McDougal J. A. Summervillc. 
McKay .J. A. Averysboro. 
McNeil W. M. Lillington. 
3IcLean .J. T, Bunn's Level. 
Turner H. M. Averysboro. 
Williams .James I. Bunns I^evel. 
Williams Jno. E. Bunns Level. 
"Williams D. W. Barclaysville. 
Williams B. C. Chalk Level. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Barclaysville, Miss Sue Robertson. 
Averysboro, — . 



Bunn's Level, 
Summersville, ■ 

Winslow, 

Lillington, 



HAYWOOD COUNTY. 

Populat!on in 1860 5,801. 

County Seat — Watnesville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, J. C. S. Gudger. 
Clerk County Court, W. W. Mcdford. 
Clerk Superior Court, G. S. Ferguson. 
Chairman Co. Court, H. P. ^laynes. 
Clerk & M. in Eq. G. N. Burrus. 

Cororner, 

Register, W. G. Brown. 
Sheriff, F. M. Davis. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, W. Brown. 

Tax Collector, Hiram Rogers. 

SCHOOLS. 

Primary School, Waynesville, N. C. 

Wallace. 
Richland Institute, Waynesville, Rev. T. 

F. Glenn. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bethel, bap. Forks of Pigeon, D. B. Nel- 
son. 

Crab Tree, bap. Pigeon River, J. H. 
Hagaman. 

Locust Fields, bap. Forks of Pigeon, D. 
B. Nelson. 

Waynesville, bap. Webster, E. D. Bundle 

Amon Plains, meth., Richland Valley, 
F. F. Glenn. 

Bethel, meth., F. F. Glenn. 

Five Creeks, meth., F. F. Glenn. 

Shady Grove, meth., F. F. Glenn. 

Morningstar, meth. F. F. Glenn. 

Richland Institute, meth., F. F. Glenn. 

Parker's Chapel, meth. F. F. Gleen. 

Waynesville, meth., F. F. Glenn. 

Cross Roads, meth. epis. B. F. Wells. 

Mornington, meth. epis. B. F. Wells. 

Sensabough's, meth. epi?. B. F. Wells. 

Shook's Camp Ground, meth. epis. B. F. 
AVells. 

Richland Institute, meth. ep'ia. B. F. 
Wells. 

Waynesville, pres. Wm. Graves. 

Bethel, pres. Wm. Graves. 

HOTELS. 

, Hotel, Waynesville, Mrs. Jane C. Miller. 
Hotel, Waynesville, Mrs. E. Battle. 



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LAWYERS. 

Gudger J. C. L. Waynesville. 
Love jMathew H. Waynesville. 
Norwood W. L. Waynesville. 
Tate W. L. Waynesville. 
Welch W. P. WaynesviUe. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Boot & Shoe, Waynesville, A. W. Rich. 
ManT g Co. Waynesville, Wm. A. Do- 

zier & Co. 
Saddle & Harness, Waynesville, W. E. 

Miller. 

MERCHANTS. 

Cathey Joseph, Forks of Pigeon. 

Garrett W. B. C. Richland Valley. 

Herren A. L. WaynesviUe. 

Lee & Boyd, WajTiesville. 

Rich S. W. boots & shoes, WaynesviUe. 

HiU & Walker, Crab Tree. 

Wilbor J. T. D. WaynesviUe. 

MINISTERS. 

Bundle E. D. bap. WaynesviUe. 
Nelson D. B. bap. Forks of Pigeon. 
Hagaman J. H. bap. Pigeon River. 
Glenn F. F. meth. Richland Valley. 
Wells B. F. meth. epis.,| Leicester. 
Graves Wm. pres. MUls River. 

MINES. 

Pigeon River Mine, AVm. Dozier & Co. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Merchant Flour, WaynesviUe, L. M. & 
R. V. Welch. 

Merchant Flour, Forks of Pigeon, Jo- 
seph Cathey. 

PHYSICIANS. 

AUen G. D. S. Pigeon River. 
Farmer J. F. Waynesville. 
Love Sam'l L. WaynesviUe. 
Rogers H. N. WaynesvUIe. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS 

Forks of Pigeon, Mrs. Decon. 
Jonathan's Creek, Miss Laura Leather- 
wood. 
Pigeon River, Mrs. Haynes. 
Richland Valley, Miss Garrett. 
WaynesvUIe, Mrs. Debora McGee. 
MiU's River, 



HENDEESON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 10,448 

County Seat — Hendebsonville. 
COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, 

Clerk County Court. J. C. GuUick, 
Clerk Superior Court, S. Waldrop. 

Chairman County Court, 

Clerk and M. in Eq., ■ 

Coroner, 

Register, 

Sheriff, W. D. Justice 

Surveyor. 

Standard Keeper, ■ 

Ti-ustee, 

SCHOOLS, 

Henderson Academy 
IVIiils Kiver School 
Blue Ridge Academy 
Mountain Page Academy 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

BAPTIST. 

Antioch, E. W. Adams, Hendersonville. 

Beulah, J. W. Blythe, Bowman's Bluff. 

Crab Tree, J. M. Bryan, HendersonviUe. 

Ebenezer, N. P- Corn, HendersonvUle. 

Holly Springs, E. M. Andrews, Hender- 
sonviUe. 

HendersonviUe, G. S. Jones. 

Green River, E. M. Smith, Green River. 

Hooper's Creek, W. Mints, Shufordsville 

Liberty, G. W. Mace, EdneyvUle. 

Mount'n Page, A. D. Bowers,Blue Ridge 

Mt. Moriah, J. W. Blythe, Bowman's 
Bluff. 

MUl's River, J. B. Marsh, MUls River. 

Mud Creek, E. M. Anderson, Hend'vUle. 

Pleasant Grove, E. M. Anderson, Bow- 
man's Bluff. 

Refuge, A. J. Corn, HendersonviUe. 

METHODIST. 

Blue Ridge, Mr. Bowman, Blue Ridge. 
Boilstone, Mr. Bowman, MiU'a River. 
HendersonviUe, Mr. Bowman, 
MUls' River, Mr. Bowman, MUls' River. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

HendersonnUe Hotel. 
Planters' Hotel, HendersonviUe. 
Flat Rock Hotel, Flat Rock. 
Boarding House, Mrs. Freeman. 
Boarding Houae, Mrs. Davis. 



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Boarding House, J. McMiuns. 
Shuford's House. 
Henry Lane's House. 

LAWYERS. 

Brown B., Hendersonville. 
Hyman J. D., Hendersonville. 
Graves W. H., Hendersonville. 
Osborne J., Hendersonville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Allen T. A., Hender.sonville. 
Gash, Erwin & Fuller, Hendersonville. 
McMinn (G. W.) & Co., Hendersonville. 
Ripley (Z.) & Sou, Hendersonville. 
Tinsley & Co., HendersonvUle. 
Whitted W. D., Hendersonville. 

MINISTERS. 

Anderson E. M., bap., Hendersonville. 
Adams E. W., bap., Ilendersonville. 
Bo wen N., bap., Hendersonville. 
Bryan J. M., bap., Hendersonville. 
Blythe J., bap., Hendersonville. 
Corn N. P., bap., Hendersonville. 
Blythe J. W., bap., Hendersonville. 
Corpin A. J., 'bap., Henderson-voile. 
Evans J., bap., Hendersonville. 
Smith E. M., bap., Green River. 
Mace G. W., bap., Hendersonville. 
Marsh J. B., bap., MilLs' River. 
Mints W., bap., Shufordsville. 

Cowan J. C, presb.. Mills River. 
Graves W., presb., Hendersonville. 

Dawson Thos., meth., Ilendersonville, 
Grier M., meth., Hendersonville. 
Bowman , meth., Hendersonville. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Little Willow, J. W. Blythe. 
Little Willow, R. Sentle. 
Big Willow, J. Blythe. 
Crabtree, J. Hamilton. 
Green River, D. Pace. . 
Shaw's Creek, H. .Tohnson. 
Green River, M. Freeman. 
Green River, S. Ileatherly. 
Blue Ridge, J. M. Justice. 
Blue River, II. King. 
Mills' River, II. Carland. 

PPIYSICIANS. 

AUen T. A., Ilendersonville. 

Lester , Hendersonville. 

King K., Blue Ridge. 
■\Vhitted \Y. D., Hendersonville. 



POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Hendersonville, ,T. Justice. 
Green River, S. Ileatherly. 
Blue Ridge, S. Case. 
Fall River, Peter Stradley. 



EERTFOED COUNTY. 

PoPUL.VTioN IN 18G0 9,504. 

County Seat — Y^IKTON. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, James G. Slaughter. 

Clerk County Court, Lewis M. Cowper. 

Clerk Superior Court, Geo. W. Beverly. 

Chairman County Court, 

Clerk and M. in Eq., John A. Vaun. 
Coroner, George AV. Wynn. 

Register, ■ 

Sheriff, Jackson B. Iline. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Chowan Female Institute, bap., Mur- 

freesboro. 
Female Academy, Murfreesboro. 
Male Academy, ]\Iurfreesboro. 
Male Academy, Buckhorn. 
WesleyanFem. Col., meth., Murf'boro. 

CHUR0HE3 AND PASTORS. 

Ahoskey, bap., J. M. C. Luke. 
African Church, bap. , W^ashington Boon. 
Bethlehem, bap., J. M. C. Luke. 
Buckhorn, bap., R. R. Savage. 
Mount Tabar, bap., R. R. Savage. 
IMeherrin, bap., JohnHoggard. 
Murfreesboro, bap., A. McDowell. 
Pleasant Grove, bap., Jobn Mitchell. 
Pleasant Plains,bap.,(cord) Th. Iloggard 

St. Barnabas, epis., Murfreesboro, • 

Bethel, meth., Harrellsville, Thomas W. 

Hayes. 
Wintou Church, meth., Thos. ^Y. Hayes. 
New Hope, meth., Thos. W. Hayes. 
Murfreesboro, nicth., W. G. Starr. 
Union Church, meth., Tho.s. W. Hayes. 
Vaun's Church, meth., W. G. Starr. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Boarding House, Harrellsville, Joseph J. 

Luke. 
Hotel, Harrellsville, J. 21. C. Luke. 
Hotel, ]\Iurfreesboro, John Newman. 
Hotel, Murfreesboro, W. B. Wise. 
Hotel, Winton, A. G. Britt. 
Hotel, Vfinton, James Northcutt. 



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LAWYERS. 

Moore John W., Harrellsville. 
Slaughter Jos. B., llarrellsvillo. 
Smith Wm. N. H., Murfreesboro. 
Yeuts Jesse J., Murfreesboro. 

MERCHANTS. 

Anderson Sc Ilillman, Winton. 

Askew John O., IlariellsTille. 

Benton John, Riddicksville. 

Beverly & Wymes, Union, Winton P. O. 

Britt (John) & Co., Winton. 

Foster Chas. H., Murfreesboro. 

Foster Lyman L., confectioner, Murf'ro. 

Hill & Spicers, Murfreesboro. 

Howell (John W.) & Bro., Murfreesboro 

Ilarrell S. S., Vv^inton. 

Jackson Jesse A., Murfreesboro.' 

Lassiter Henry T. , Murfreesboro. 

Lawrence (John V.) & Son, Murf'boro. 

Luke (John M. C.) & Co., Harrellsville. 

Packer Robert S., Murfreesboro. 

Hipkin Isaac, Murfreesboro. 

Packer Goodman D., confec, Jlurf'boro. 

Revelle Hezekiah, Murfreesboro. 

Shaw Norman L., Harrellsville. 

Sanders .James R., ^lurfreesboro. 

Scull Bros., Harrellsville. 

Yaughan Uriah, Murfreesboro. 

MINISTERS. 



Boon Washington, bap., 

Iloggard Thomas, bap., Harrellsville. 
Hoggard -John, bap., Meherrin. 
Luke J. M. C, bap., Harrellsville. 
Lee John S., bap., Murfreesboro. 
JIcDowell A., bap., Murfreesboro. 

Mitchell John, bap. 

Odem J., bap., Plarrellsville. 
Parker Hnsey, bap., Murfreesboro. 
Reed William, (col'd) bap., Murf'boro. 
Reynolds A., (col'd) bap., Winton. 
Savage R. R., bap., Murfreesboro. 

Hayes Thomas W., meth., St. John. 
Stewart A., meth., St. John. 
Starr \Vm. G., meth., St. John. 
Vrhitehead Paul, meth., St. John. 

MILLS AXD MILL OWNERS. 

Grist, Jenkins & Harden. 
Grist and Flour, J ohn H. Jenniger. 
Flour and Grist, Wm. G. Gatling. 
Saw Mill, .lordan & Overby. 
Saw Mill, i\IcBlair & Sharp. 
Saw Mill, James S. Stevenson. 
Grist and Flour, Lawrence Askew. 
Grist and Flour, Jackson B. Hare. 



Grist and Flour, Moses Sumner. 
Grist and Flour, Uiiah Yaughn. 
Grist and Flour, D. V. Sessoms & Co. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Freeman Wm. G., St* Johns. 
Gatling Wm. G., Harrellsville. 
Hutchings John W., Murfreesboro. 
Lewter .John T., Murfreesboro. 
Lewis John W., Harrellsville. 
iVIanniug M. E., Murfreesboro. 
"Moore Goodwin C. St. Johns. 
Mitchell Henry S, St. Johns. 
Mewson Jas. E., Winton. 
Shield R. H., Winton. 
Smith Robert, Harrellsville. 
Worrell Cyrus E., Murfreesboro. 

DENTIST. 

Campbell Chas. F., Murfreesboro. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Harrellsville, Norman L. Shaw. 
Murfreesboro, Mrs. Eliza Trader. 
Riddicksville, A. Riddick. 
St. John, G. C Jloore. 
Winton, Andrew Northcutt. 

HYDE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 7,732_ 

County Seat — Swan Quakter. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, 

Clerk County Court, Geo. L. Swindell. 
Clerk Superior Court, W. G. Jarvls. 

Chairman County Court, 

Clerk and M. inEq., 

Coroner, John Bateman. 

Register, 

Sheriff, George Credell. 
Surveyor, 



Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, George V. Credell. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Balance J. S. C, Swan Quarter. 
Lewis John D., Swan Quarter. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Christian, bap.,Sladesville, Sam'l. Davis. 
Episcopalian, Lake Land., S. S. Barbour 

Hard Shell Baptist, Fairfield, Albert 
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Methodist, Sladesville, W. H. Moore. 
Lake Landing, meth., W. H. Moore. 

MERCHANTS. 

Benson Reuben, Lake Comfort. 
Black well Edward L., Fairfield. 
Ballance & Credle, Swan Quarter. 
Hoover Edward, Sladesville. 
Gibba Henry L., Middleton. 
MidyettJohn S., general agent. 
Gibbs .James, Middleton. 
Maybe w B. F., Lake Landing. 
Midyett B. J., Lake Landing. 
Nathan John L., Middleton. 
Rowe Bryan, Faii'field. 
Robinson J. D., Lake Landing. 
Watson James M., Swan Quarter. 
Wahab Henry W., Sladesville. 
Wahab & Warren, Sladesville. 
Watson & Davis, Sladesville. 

LAWYERS. 

Beckwith Nat., Lake Landing. 
Carter D. M., Fairfield. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Grist, Burgess, proprietor. 

Grist, Clark, proprietor. 

Steam Saw, Sladesville, A. J. Smith. 

Steam Saw, Fairfield, D. M. Carter. 

Steam Saw, Fairfield, John Mann. 

MINISTERS, 

Barbour's. S., Lake Landing, epia., 
Cartwright, Fairfield, prim. bap. 
Davis Saml. Sladesville, chris. bap. 
Farrow Hezekiah, Sladesville, meth. 
Hill I. H., Sladesville. meth. 
Meekins Zion F., Sladesville, meth. 
Moore W. H., Lake Landing, meth. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bonner W, K, Middleton. 

Haughton Fairfield. 

Hodges George W., Sladesville. 
Murray M. M., Lake Landing. 
Ross Henry, Sladesville. 
Shanklin Wm.. Middleton. 
Winkley Sam'l, Lake Landing. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Fairfield, 



IREDELL COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 15,347. 

County Seat— Statesville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, R. A. MoLaughlin. 
Clerk County Court, J. F. Alexander. 
Clerk Superior Court, C. L. Summers. 
Chainnan County Court, John Davidson. 
Clerk and M. in Eq., J. H. McLaughlin. 

Coroner, 

Register, T. L. Bell. 
Sheriff, AV. F. Watson. 
Surveyor, 



Lake Landing, D. M. Watson. 
Middletown, Susan Midgett. 
Sladesville, Mrs. Caroline B. Tooley. 
Swan Quarter, 



Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, ■ 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Concord College, Statesville, Rev. J. M. 

M. Caldwell. 
Olin College, Olin. .James Southgate. 
Statesville Male Academy. J. D. Baird. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Statesville, meth., E. A. Yates. 
Centre, meth., M. C. Thomas. 
Clarksburg, meth., M. C. Thomas. 
Bethlehem, meth., M. C. Thomas. 
Eagle Mills, meth.,M. C. Thomas. 
New Union, meth.,M. C. Thomas. 
Macedonia, meth , M. C. Thomas. 
Providence, meth., M. C. Thomas. 
Snow Creek, meth., M. C. Thomas. 
Mt. Bethel, meth., M. C. Thomas. 
Olin, meth., M. C. Thomas. 
Trinity, meth., Mc. Thomas. 
Tumersburg, meth., Mc. Thomas. 
Mt. Carmel, meth., W. H. Barnes. 
McKendree Chapel, meth.,W. H. Barnes. 
Rehobeth, meth., W. H. Barnes. 
Rocky Mount, meth., W. H. Barnes. 
Shiloh, meth., W. H. Barnes. 
Sheppard's X Rds., meth., W. H. Barnes 
Salem, meth., W. H. Barnes. 
Wesley Chapel, meth., W. H. Barnes. 
Zoar, meth., W. H. Barnes. 

Bethel, bap., L. M. Berry. 
New Hope, bap., 

St. Michaels, luth. 

St. Paul's, luth., 



Fourth Creek, presb., W^altcr W. Pharr. 
Centre, preab., Wm. W. Pharr. 
Bethesda, presb., Dr. Millen,of Taylora- 

ville. 
Bethany, presb., Mr. Caldwell. 
Tabor, presb., Mr. Caldvi^ell. 
Fifth Creek, presb., W. W. Wood. 



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Concord, presb., G. E. Eagleton. 
Shiloh, presb., G. E. Eagleton. 

Coddle Creek, asso. ref.. J. E. Pressley. 
New Pertb, asso. ref., J. E. Pressley. 
Amity, asso. ref., W. W. Pressley. 
New Sterling, asso. ref.,W. W. Pressley. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel. Statesville, T. A. Price. 
Hotel. Statesville, A. M. Walker. 
Boarding House, Statesville, Mrs. 'M. 
D. McLean. 

LAWYERS. 

Allison, R. M., Statesville. 

Davidson George F., Mt. Mourne. 

Furches D. M., Statesville. 

Caldwell W. P., (also Solicitor 6th judicial 

district) Statesville. 
Mitchell Anderson, (also Judge superior 

court,) Statesville. 
McLaughlin R. A., Statesville. 
Medow, J. F. A., Coddle Creek. 
Tucker Thos., Olin. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton Factory, Tumersburg, Wilford 

Turner. 
Tobacco Factory, Eagle Mills, J. H. 

Dalton. 
Tobacco Fact., Stony Point, H. Hunter. 
Tannery, Statesville, R. F. Simonton. 
Tannery, Statesville, S. A. Sharpe. 
Tannery, Deep Well, McLean & Harri.sB 

MERCHANTS. 

Anderson T. C. grocer, Statesville. 
Carlton & Bros. , dry goods, Statesville. 

Clinard , dry goods, Olin. 

Elias & Brothers, dry goods, Statesville. 
Eccles & Douthit, drugs, Statesville. 
EcclesH. C, dry goods. Cool Spring. 
Foard John F., dry eroods, Olin. 
Brawley & White, dry goods, Mt. Vernon 
Hargrove & Seagle, dry goods. Deep 

Well and Spring Grove. 
Jamison A. W., dry goods, Statesville. 
Long & j\Iiller, grocers, Statesville. 
Miller & Vanpelt. dry goods, Statesville 
Morrison, Roseboro & Lewis, dry goods, 

Statesville. 
PhiferW. F., grocer and confectioner, 

Statesville. 
Ruckert & Bell, notions and confections, 

Statesville. 
Stockton J. W., dry goods, Statesville. 
Summers C. L., Statesville. 
Templeton & McLean, dry goods, States- 

yille. 



Shepherd G. F., dry goods. Amity Hill. 
Turner C. L., dry goods, Turner.sburg. 
Wallace, Carson &Co., dry goods, States- 
ville. 

MINISTERS. 

Caldwell , presb.. Shepherds >< Rds. 

Caldwell J. M. M., presb., Statesville. 
Eagleton G. E., presb., Fancy Hill. 
Markland S. S., presb., Bethany Creek. 
Miller Willis L., presb., Statesville. 
Pharr Wm. W., presb.. Mount Mourn. 
Yates E. A., meth., Statesville. 
Gloss Wm. D. D., meth", Olin. 
Thomas M. C. meth., Olin. 
Triplet Thomas L., meth., Spring Grove 

Pressley, J. E., asso. ref., Coddle Creek- 
Pressley Wm., asso. ref., New Sterling- 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Flour. Statesville, H. E. Davis. 
Flour, Statesville, T. A. Watts. 
Flour, Cool Spring, Henry Turner. 
Flour, Statesville, John Kistler. 
Flour, Statesville, Alex. Rumple. 
Flour, Statesville, Robert White. 
Flour, Statesville, Hugh Reynolds. 
Flour, Statesville, Tobias Brown. 
Flour, Mt. Mourne, Robert McPherson. 
Steam Flour and Saw, Sheppard's ^ 

Road^, Jas. L. Mills. 
Flour, Tumersburg, Jas. M. Andrews. 
Flour, Snow Creek, Silas Keeton. 
Flour, Stony Point, Henry Hunter. 
Flour, Sweet Home, Joel King. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Allison .John A., Statesville. 

Cowan R. V., Snow Creek. 

Campbell R. T., Snow Creek. 

Campbell W. M., Statesville. 

Byers Washington, Statesville. 

Dean Y. S., Statesville. 

Beaty Thomas, Deep Well. 

Dauthit J. E., Statesville. 

Douglass B. F., Liberty Hill. 

Footte W. W., Olin. 

Halyburton T. C, Stony Point, 

Hall E. A., Bethany Church. 

Houston James, Statesville. 

Kelly Hugh, Statesville. 

Long J. F., Statesville. 

McCorcle J. R., Deep WeU. 

Murchison, J. A., Amity HiU, (Thomp- 

sonian.) 
Stinson G. W., 3Iount Maum. 
Tate W. S., (dentist) Statesville. 
Tatum Osborne, Shepherd's ^ Roads, 

(Thompsonian.) 
Foard John F.. Olin. 



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POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Bethany Church, Clayton Mills. 
Coal Spring, Dr. Angle. 
Eagle Mills, ^Ir. Calverts. 
Knola, Robt. Leslie. 
Fancy Hill, J. A. ]McLelland: 
Liberty Hill, James Scroggs. 
Mt. Jlourne, Harvey Clark. 
New Sterling, JMips Summers 
New Hope, Miss M. Hargrave. 
Sweet Home, JJlss King. 
Statesville, J. C. Anderson. 
Turnersburg, A. Brooks. 
0!in, 



JACKSON COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 5,515 

County Scat — Webster. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, W. L. Love. 
Clerk County Court, J. TV. Fisher. 
Clerk Superior Court, L. JI. Dillard. 
C~hairman County Court, Joseph Keener 
Clerk and M., in Eq,, J. L. Keener. 

Coroner, 

Register, W. R. Buchanan. 
Sheriff, Wm. Bumgarner. 
Surveyor, J. R. Dills. 

Standard Keei^er. 

Trustee, R. II. Stephens. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Webster, meth., G. W. Spake, 
Webster, meth., Hardio Bennett. 

Webster, bap., E. D. Brendle. 
Web-ster, bap., Thos. Ilenson. 
Webster, bap., James Buchanan. 
Ocona Lufta, bap., Henry Connor. 

LAWYERS. 

Cannon R. H., Webster. 
Love J. R., Webster. 

MINES. 

CJeorgetown Gold Mine, Cashier's Valley. 
Savanah Copper xMine, Webster. 
Werry Hutt Copper Mine, Webster. 

MILLS AND ^IILL OWNERS. 

Allen's Mills, Webster, J. B. Allen. 
Cashier's Valley.' 
Scott's Creek. 
Savanah. 



Weiry Hutt Creek. 
Webster. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Brinkley J. R., Webster. 
Johnson E. G., Webster. 
"Welch T. K., Qualla Town. 

MERCHANTS. 

McKee & Erwin, Webster. 
Spake Q. W., A7ebster. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

East La port, J. L. Potts. 
Webster, G. W. Spake. 

High Top, 

Cashier's Valley, 

Horse Cave, 

Qualla Town, 

Ocona Lufta, 

Georgetown, 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 15,656. 

County Seat— Smithfield. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, L. R. Waddell. 
Clerk County Court, P. T. JMassey. 
Clerk Superior Court, J. H. Ennis. 
Chairman County Court, B. R. Ileuncnt. 

Clerk and M. in Eq., 

Coroner, 

Register, J. D. ]Massey. 
Sheriff, J. S. Atkinson. 
Surveyor, C. C. Massey. 
Stondard Keeper, 



Trustee, Alfred Holland. 
Tax Collector, John L. Banks, 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Smithfield, meth., A. R. Raven. 
Clayton, miss, bap., J. T. Ellington. 
Beulah, prim, bap., James Hooper. 

LAWYERS. 

Eldridge D., Smithfield. 
CJlark Wm. J., Boone HiU. 
Gery John, Smithfield. 
Parker Ed., Smithfield. 
Richardson Milton, Smithfield. 
Sanders & Abel!, Smithfield. 
Smith & Moore, Smithfield. 
Waddle L. R., Smithfield. 



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MANUFACTORY. 

Lowell Cotton Factory, Lowell, William 
Edgerton, proprietor. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Grist i.nd Sa\v, Boane Hill, W. J. C. 

Clarke, proprietor. 
Saw Mm, &c., Smithlield, J. W. Wilson, 

proprietor. 

MERCHANTS. 

Britt S. W., Boone Hill. 

Collier Morris. 

Cobb J. T., Smitbfield. 

Cox W. H., Clayton. 

Hastings & Perry, Boone Hill. 

Holt flenry, Boone Hill. 

Holland Alfred, Smithlield. 

Horton S. P., Boone HUl. 

Hastings Wm. & Co., Boone Hill. 

Hastings & Perry, Boone Hill. 

Morris & Collier. 

Maney & Durham, Clayton. 

Noble A. M., Smithfield. 

Smith & Hood, distillers, &c., Bentons- 

ville. 
Telfair Alex., drugs, Smithfield. 
White J. j\r., Clayton. 
Whitley (II. B.) & Co., Smithfield. 

MINISTERS. 

J. n. Sasser, prim, bap., Smithfield. 
Brooks J. R., meth., Smithfield. 
J. T. Ellington, bap., Smithfield. 
A. R. Rowe, meth., Smithfield. 
lloolvcr Ros., meth., (localj Smithfield. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Beckwith J. B.. Smithfield. 
Ennis H. C, Clayton. 
Ilay James, Boone Hill. 
Harris C. H., Earpsboro. 

Jones , Clayton. 

Leach J. T., sr., Smithfield. 
Leach J. T., jr., Smithfield. 
Hooker Roscoe, Boone Hill. 
Marler il. B., Smithfield. 
Rose J. G., Smithfield. 
Telfair Alex. Smithfield. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Boone Hill, ;^Jiss Appy J. Parker. 
Clayton, :Mrs. A. M. Noble. 
Smithfield, Mrs. M. A. Northam. 
Selma, E. R. Masher. 



JONES COUNTY. 

PoruLATioN IN 1860 5,730. 

County Seat— Trenton. 
Attorney, • 



Clerk County Court, Benj. Askew. 
Clerk Superior Court, L. F. Koonce. 
Chairman Co. Court, Thos. J. Whitaker. 
Clerk and M. in Eq., Roscoe Barrus. 

Coroner, 

Register, Joseph A. Smith. 
Sheriff, Thomas Wilcox. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, Ed. S. Franks. 

Treasurer of Wardens. F. McDaniel. 



SCHOOLS. 



principal. 



Trenton Academy, — 

PoUocksville Acad., Heniy Rowe, prin. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Ijee's Chapel, meth., D. C. Johnson, 
Cypress Creek, meth., D. C. Johnson. 
Shady Grove, meth., D. C.Johnson. 

Trenton, free, net regularly supplied. 
IMeadows, free, not regularly sui)p]ied. 
Pleasant Hill, f ree,not regularly supplied 

Cbinquepin Chapel, bap., 

HOTEL. 

Hotel, Trenton, Thomas E. Pritchett. 
Hotel, Trenton, Freeman Hindes. 
Hotel, Trenton, J. K. Smith. 

LAWYERS. 

Koonoe Calvin II., Trenton. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Stave Factory, Trenton, Eridgers & 

Bazemore. 
Turpentine Distillery, Jacob F. Scot!;. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bridgers & Bazemore, Trenton. 

Henderson Benj. PoUocksville. 

Jones & Burges;?, Trenton. 

Scott Jacob F. , Trenton. 

Rowe Henry, tailor, Trenton. 

Burgess , photographist, Trent. 

MINISTERS. 

Isler Simmons II., presb., Trenton 



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Rhodes, Jamea J. bap., Trenton. 
Heath Wm., bap., Trenton. 

MILLS AMD MILL OWNERS. 

Water Grist and Saw, PoUocksville, J. 

M. Haskell. 
Water Grist, Trenton, .Tas. McDaniel. 
Steam Saw and Grist, Trent.. J. Rhodes 
Water Saw and Grist, Trenton, J. K. 

Smith. 
Water Grist, Trent., Jas. B. Westbrook. 
Water Saw and Grist, Pink Hill, Ivey 

King. 
Water Saw and Grist, Pink Hill, Jonas 

Williams. 
Water Saw and Grist, Pink Hill. Richard 

Miller. 
Water Grist, Trenton, Benj. Brock. 
Water Grist and Saw, Alex. Rouse & Co. 
Water Grist and Saw, Joel A. Heath. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Hart Titus, Trenton. 
Medlin P. P., Trenton. 
Hammond A F., Trenton. 

Alexander , Trenton. 

Robinson W. T., Trenton. 

POST OFFICES & POSTMASTERS. 

PoUocksville, Henry Rowe. 
Trenton, Dr. P. P. Medlin. 



LENOIR COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 10,220 

County seat — Kinston. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, William A. Holland. 
Clerk County Court, Nick Hunter. 
Clerk Superior Court, Richard F. Green 
Chairman Co. Court, Rich'd W. King. 
Clerk & M. in Eq., Robert H. Rountree. 

Coroner, — 

Register, Wm. W. N. Hunter. 
Sheriff, Enoch F. Cox. 
Surveyor, William Arthur. * 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, Samuel H. Rountree. 
Treasurer Public Building, Moses W. 
Campbell. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Female School, Lenoir Institute, Mrs. 

S. Patrick. 
Kinston Female Academy, 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Lenoir Institute, meth., Lenoir Institute, 

C. W. King. 
Kinston, meth., Kinston, C. W. King. 
Hickory Grove, meth., near Mosely Hall, 

C. W. King. 

Wheat Swamp, bap., near Lenoir Insti- 
tute, 

Kinston, disciples, Kinston, 



Loosing Swamp,bap., near Kins., 

Wheat Swamp, free will bap., near Le- 
noir Institute, 

Mosely Hall, miss, bap., Mosely Hall, — 
Kinston, miss, bap., Kinston. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Lenior House, Kins., Jno. H. Stevenson. 
St. Cearles Hotel, Kinston, John T. 
Freeman. 

LAWYERS. 

Grainger Henry F., Kinston. 
Holland William A., Kinston. 
Hadly Thomas J., Kinston. 
Loftin Andrew J., Kinston. 
Washington George, Kinston. 
Wooten John F., Kinston. 

JVIANUFACTORIES. 

Carriage Fac, Kinston, M. W. Camp- 
bell & Co. 

Carriage Fact., Kins., Jamea H. Dibble. 

Carriage Fact., Kins., Jas. B. Webb. 

Harness Factory, A. N. Daniels. 

Boot and Shoe ghop, Kinston, William 
Tilling. 

Boot and Shoe Shop, Kinston, Elijah 
Boggus. 

Boot and Shoe Shop, Mosely Hall, F. 
Smith. 

MERCHANTS. 

Beckton Thomas, Kinston. 

Ba3r Aaron, Kinston. 

Boggus Mrs. Amanda, milliner and man- 

tua maker, Kinston. 
Bablitt James G. B., Tinner, Kinnton. 
Cox & Wallace, Kinston. 
Cummings James B., Kinston. 
Camp George W., Kinston. 
Collins John W., Kinston. 
Dixon Henry C, Kinston. 
Davis Anthony, Pink Hill. 
Dunn Walter, druggist, 1\!inston. 
Einstern Simon, Kinston. 
Fields Reuben K., Mosely Hall. 
Griffin Chas. M., Kinston. 



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GriiBn & Webb, Kinston. 

Grady Elisha, Kinston. 

Harevy (A.) & Sons, Kinston. 

Hard John S., Mosely Hall. 

Hardy & Prothers, Lenoir Institute. 

Loftin Shadrich H., Kinston. 

Miller Mrs. Delia A., Kinston. 

3IcKenzie R., machinist, &c., Kinston. 

Parrott & Pridgen, Kinston. 

Stevenson John H., Kinston. 

Sutton William, Kinston. 

Pollock & Brother, druggists, Kinston. 

Tilmon George W., bridge builder, Kinston 

Sears Mrs. Sarah, milliner and mantua 

maker, Kinston. 
Washington John C, Kinston. 
White William, Kinston. 
Whitfield Col. George F., Mosely Hall. 
Wilson & Dail, Lenoir Institute. 

MINISTERS. 

King C. W., meth., Kinston. 

Webb James B., meth., (local) Kinston. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Wates Saw and Grist, Kinston, Wilson 

Tilghman. 
Water Grist, Mosely Hall.Steph. Lassiter 
Water Saw and Grist, Kinston, James 

Warters. 
Water Grist, Kinston, Wooten & Jackson 
Water Saw and Grist, Kinston, Richard 

Noble. 
Water Saw and Grist, Kinston, Jno. S. 

Daors. 
Water Saw and Grist, Moseley Hall, Ed. 

G. Wooten. 
Water Grist, Kinston, Wm. Ormand. 
Steam Grist, Kins.. .Jno. C. Washington. 
Steam Grist, Kinston, Jas. H. Dibble. 
Steam Saw and Grist, Kinston, E. A. 

Forbush. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Brown Wm. C. , Kinston. 
Bryan James P., Kinston. 
Blount H. W., Mosely Hall. 
Evans S., Kinston. 
Davis Ira S., Kinston. 
Hadly J. M., Moaely Hall. 
Miller A. R. , dentist, Kinston. 
Pollock W. A. J., Kinston. 
Woodley T. A., Kinston. 

Woods , Lenoir Institute. 

Woolly , Mosely Hall. 

POST OFFICES & POSTMASTERS. 

Kinston, James G. B. Bobbitt. 

Mosely Hall, 

Lenoir Institute, 

Pink Hill, 



LINCOLN COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 8,195. 

County Seat— LiNCOLNTON. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Leonad. E. Thompson. 
Clerk County Court, W. R. Clark. 
Clerk Superior Court, Sam'l P. SherrLU. 
Chairman Co. Court, Henry Cansler. 
Clerk & M. in Eq. Wm. J. Hoke. 
Coroner, Jon F. Speck. 
Register, Peter A. Summey. 
Sheriff, Logan H. Lawrence. 

" Dep. & Jailor, John P. Anthony. 

" Dep., Stanley Baites. 

" Dep., John Mcintosh. 

" Dep., Daniel Goodson. 
Surveyor, John B. Smith. 

Standard Keeper, 

Tru-stee, Wm. H. Michal. 

Treasurer Wardens, Robt. H. Abernathy 

Treas'erPub. Build. Rob. H. Abernathy. 

WARDENS OF POOR. 

William Tiddy, Lincolnton. 
Abner McCoy. Lincolnton. 
John Asbury, Beatles Ford. 
James Seagle, Seagle's Store. 
Phillip W. Carpenter, 

TOWN OFFICERS. 



Avordy McBee. 



MAYOR. 



COMMISSIONERS. 



C. C. Henderson, 
Elam Caldwell, 
B. H. Summer, 
P. A. Summey, 



Wm. Lander, 
Sam. P. Sherrill, 
M. L. Brown. 
A. A. McLean. 



Wm. J. Hoke, Clerk cf the Town. 
Henry W. Morton, Town Constable. 
John P. Anthony, Town Treasurer. 
Jacob Bisaner, Sexton. 

SCHOOLS. 

Pleasant Retreat Male, Lincolnton, ReY. 

Wm. R. Wetmore. 
Lincolnton Seminary, Female, Mrs. T. 

W. Brevard. 
Male Seminary, Lincolnton, Judge T. 

W. Brevard. 
Female Seminary, Lincolnton, Miss 

Mary W. Alexander. 
Episcopal Parochial School, Lincolnton, 

Miss Kate Hudick. 
Colored School, under the auspices of a 

Philadelphia Society, N. W. HiU. 



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CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

St. Luke's, epia. Lincolnton, Wm. R. 
Wetmore. 

St. John's, epis. near Beaties Ford, 

Lincolnton, pres. Lincolnton, Robt. A. 
Davis. 

Mackpelah, presb., 10 miles east Lincoln- 
ton, R. H. Morrison. 

Unity, presb., 17 miles east Lincolnton, 
R. H. Morrison. 

Hebron, presb. , 9 miles west Lincolnton, 
J. S. Barr. 

Trinity, metb., Lincolnton, ■ 



McKendree's Chapel, meth., 4 miles 

north Lincolnton, 

Union, meth., 10 miles east Lincolnton, 

John Finger. 
Lowe's Chapel, meth., 16 miles northeast 

Lincolnton, John Finger. 
Salem, meth., near Beaties Ford, John 

Finger. 
Bethel, meth., near Dry Pond, J. Finger. 
Hill's Chapel, meth., Cottage Home, 

John Finger. 
Friendship, meth., Beaties Ford, John 

Finger. 
Bethlehem, meth., 11 miles northwest 

Lincolnton John Watts. 
Factory, metn. , 2 miles south Lincoln- 
ton, John Watts. 
Pleasant Grove, meth., 3 miles west 

Lincolnton, John AVatts. 
Zion, meth., 7 miles west Lincolnton, 

John Watts. 

Bess Chai^el, northern meth., 11 miles 
west Lincolnton, Thos. W. Postell. 

Emanuel's, ger. ref., Lincolnton, 

Davie's, ger. ref. 5 miles northwest Lin- 
colnton, Jeremiah Ingold, ger. ref., 
and A. J. Fox, luth. 

Salem, ger. ref., G miles north Lincoln- 
ton, John Lantz. 

Ger. ref. G miles North Lincolnton, John 
Lantz. 

St. Luke, luth. 12 miles northeast Lin- 
colnton. J. R. Peterson. 

Bethpage, luth., 7 miles west Lincoln- 
ton, A. J. Fox. 

Trinity, luth., 9 miles northwest Lincoln- 
ton, A. J. Fox. 

Union, bap.. Cottage Home, Mr. Wilkie. 

Salem, bap., 5 miles south Lincolnton, 
Mr. Wilkie. 

Pisgah, bap., 17 miles west Lincolnton, 
Mr. Wilkie. 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Lincolnton. Benj. S. Johnson, 
Hotel, Lincolnton, Lawson H, Kistler. 



LAWYERS. 

Bynum Wm. P., (State Solicitor) Lin- 
colnton. 

Brevard Alex. F., Iron Station. 

Guion Benj. S., Lincolnton. 

Hoke John F., Lincolnton. 

Howard Alvin B., Lincolnton. 

Lander Wm., Lincolnton. 

Lander Sam'l., jr., Lincolnton. 

McBee Vordy A., Lincolnton. 

bhipp Wm. M., Judge Superior Court, 
Lincolnton. 

Schenk David, Lincolnton. 

Shipp Bartlett, Cottage Home. 

Thompson Leonard E., Lincolnton. 

Brevard Judge T."W., Lincolnton. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Wool Carding and Manufacturing. North 

Brook, OrvUle B, Jenks. 
Pottering, Seagle's Store, Seagle & 

Goodman. 
Fettering, Seagle's Store, Dan'l Hartzoag 
Cotton Factory, Lincolnton, Phifer & 

Allison ; John F. Phifer, sup. 
Chair Factory, Lincolnton, Jas. H. Marsh. 
Paper Factory, Lincolnton, WisweU (A. 

C.) & Tiddy (Wm.) 
Paper Factory, Long Shoal, Grady, Ban- 
nister & Co. ; Bannister, agent. 
Iron Factory, Lincolnton. Jonas W. Derr 
Iron Making, Iron Station, Shipp (Bart- 
lett) & Reinhardt (F. M.) 
Iron Making, Iron Station, Alexander F. 

& R. A. Brevard. 
Vesuvius Iron Works, Iron Station, Jas. 

M. Smith. ^ 

Stonewall Iron Works, Iron Station. Saml. 

R. Oats. 
Iron Works, Lincolnton, Alex. Goodson. 
Tannery, Lincolnton, Henry F. Ransom. 
Tannery, Lincolnton, H. E. & E. F. 

ILansom. 
Tannery, Lincolnton, Daniel Faigeo. 
Tannery, North Brook, D. F. Beam. 
Tannery, Lincolnton, L. H. Hill. 
Tannery, Lincolnton, C. C. Henderson. 
Tannery, Castania Grove, D. A. Lowe. 
Tannery, Beatie's Ford, R. E. Burch. 
Iron Works, Cottage Home, J. D. M. 
Ballenger. 

MECHANICAL. 

Hatter's Shop,, Lincolnton, Wm. Cline. 
Carriage Shop, Lincolnton, Ab. McCoy. 
Carriage Shop, Lincolnton, Jas. AVilkie. 
Cabinet Shop, Lincolnton, A. P. James. 
Cabinet Shop, Lincoln'n, Warren Gheen 
Blacksmithiiig, Lincolnton, John Detter. 
Carpenter, Lincolnton, E. H. Cauble. 



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Carpenter, Lincolnton,!!. W. Abernathy 
Shoemaker, Lincolnton, Ilariison Wilson 
Shoemaker, Lincoluton, Alex. Schenck. 
Shoemaker, Lincol., Elkanah Hartzoag. 
Shoemaker, Lincolnton, Wm. Hinson. 
Blacksmith, Lincolnton, Alfred Slade. 
Carpenter, Lincolnton, Thomas Wells. 
Photographist, Lincoln., Bishop Martin. 

MERCHANTS. 

Abenathy R. H., gen. md'se, Lincolnton 

Alexander James L., confec, Lincolton. 

Border (J. S.) & Homesly. Lincolnton. 

Childs Eben, gen, md'se. Lincolnton. 

Cobb Joseph C, gen. md'se, Lincolnton.. 

Culp & Caldwell (Frank) Beatie's Ford. 

Haynes Albert S., Iron Station. 

Henderson Chas. C, Lincolnton. 

Ivey (J M.,) & Goodson (F.) Beatie's Fd. 

Jenkins James C, Lincolnton. 

Kidd J. M., Catawba Springs. 

Kidd , Dry Pond. 

Lowe David A., Castania Grove and Lin- 
colnton. 

Lawing & Means, druggists, Lincolnton. 

Michajl AVm. H., gen. md'se, Lincolnton. 

Rhodes Henry, Seagle's Store. 

Stowe & Leecraft, (Benj.) Lincolnton. 

Sherrill Sam'l. P., grocer and confection- 
er, Lincolnton. _ 

Speck John F., Lincolnton. 

MINISTERS. 

Davis Robt. N., presb., Lincolnton. 
Barr J. S., presb., Linoolnton. 
Morrison R. H*, D. D., presb., Cottage 
Home. 

TVetmore Wm. R., epis., Lincolnton. 

Berry L. M., bap., Lincolnton. 
Cansler Isaac, bap., (col'd) Lincolnton. 

Fox A. J., luth., Lincolnton. 
Fox Luther, luth., Lincolnton. 

Finger John, meth., Beatie's Ford. 
Asbury Henry, meth., (local) Beatie's 

Ford. 
Postell Thos. W.,north.meth., Lincolnton 

Matton , north, meth., Lincolnton. 

]\Iiller ,Ino. T., north, meth., Lincolnton. 
Ballard John, north, meth., Catawba 

Springs. 
Iluggins John A., north, meth., Catawba 

Springs. 
Harriss H. A. T., north, meth., North 

Brook. 

Naylor , prot, meth., N. Brook. 

Ingold Jeremiah, ger. ref., Lincolnton- 
McLean Geo. A. meth. E. Z., Lincolnton 
Hoke Anderson, A. meth. E. Z., Linc'ton 



MINES. 

Hoke's Gold Mine, 4 miles cast Lincoln- 
ton, Jno. F. Hoke, Wm. J. Hoke,Dan'l 
Seagle, Henry Cansler and F. Hoke, 
proprietors. 

Gold Mine, 4 miles east of Lincolnton, 
Norriss, Cassell & Pellock, proprietors 

Gold Mine, 4 miles east Lincolnton, John 
F. Hoke. 

Gold Mine, 4 miles east of Lincolnlon, 
Consler (Henry) & Johnson (B. S.) 

Gold Mine, 9 miles east of Lincolnton, 
Lewis Keener. 

Gold Mine, at Lime Kiln, 4 miles east of 
Lincolnton, Joseph Stone. 

Gold Mine at Lime Kiln, 9 miles east of 
Lincolnton, Lawson Keener. 

Gold Mine at Beatie's Ford, 3 miles east 
Lincolnton, C. Beals. 

Gold Mine, 18 miles east of Lincolnton, 
Elizabeth Buxton. 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Abemathy's' 18 miles east Lincolnton, 
Seagle's Store, Green D. Abernathy. 

Bess's, 9 miles west Lincolnton, Thomas 
Bess. 

Banister's, 4 miles south Lincolnton, 
Grady, Banister & Co. 

Ballinger's, 13 miles eastLincolnton,Cot- 
tage Home. J. D. M. Ballinger. 

Buxton's, 18 miles east Lincolnton, Bea- 
tie's Ford, E. Buxton. 

Brevard's, 13 milea east Lincolnton, Iron 
Station, A. F. & R. A. Brevard. 

Beam's, 13 miles west Lincolnton, Sea- 
gle's Store, Mary A. Beam. 

Cansler's, 3 miles south Lincoln., Henry 
Consler. 

Grouse's, 4 miles southwest Lincolnton, 
David Crouse. 

Dellinger's, 6 miles southeast Lincolnton, 
Iron Station, D. Dellinger. 

Derr's, 5 miles east Lincoln., J. W. Derr. 

Excelsior, 5 miles northwest Lincolnton, 
T. J. Ransom. 

Fites, 4 miles west Lincoln. , H. Cansler. 

Finger's, 5 miles north Lincolnton, M. 
Finger. 

Houser's, 8 miles southwest Lincolnton, 
Joseph Houser. 

Hammarskald's, 7 miles east Lincolnton, 
Iron Station, J. F. Reinhardt. 

Hull's, 14 miles west Lincolnton, Seagle's 
Store, G. W. Hull. 

Ilayne's, 13 miles west Lincolnton, Sea- 
gle's Store, Glasscock. 

Hunter's, 16 miles east Lincolnton, Cot- 
tage Home, Cyrus L. Hunter. 

Killian's, 5 miles north Lincolnton, Jno. 
A. Killiam. 



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Messagee's, 4 miles west Lincolnton, 
Messagee, Rup & Payson. 

Ransom's, 3 miles north Lincolnton, Derr 
& Ransom. 

Rehobeth, 8 miles east Lincolnton, Iron 
Station, F. M. Reinhardt. 

Vesuvius, 10 miles east Lincolnton, Iron 
Station, J. M. Smith. 

Wailick's. 6 miles west Lincolnton, Max- 
well Warlick. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Abemathy Jas. M., Lincolnton, (regular) 
Brown Martin L., Lincoln. , (practicing) 
Black Lorenzo D., Lincoln, (irregular.) 
Brevard Ephraim, Beatie's Ford (reg.) 
Caldwell Elam, Lincolnton, (reg.) 
Crowell Eli, Lincolnton, (reg.) 
Lawing John M., Lincolnton, (reg.) 
Means Theophilus, Lincolnton (reg.) 
McLean Wm. B., Castania Grove, (reg.) 
Richardson John M., Lincolnton, (reg.) 
Rudisill James C, Lincolnton, (reg.) 
Thompson W. A., North Brook, (reg.) 
Wacasser Geo. W., North Brook, (irreg.) 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Beatie's Ford, • 

Catawba Springs, 

Cottage Home, 

Dry Pond, ■ 

Killiam's Mills, Ulysses Alexander. 
North rBook, Orville B. Jenks. 
Seagle's Store, Miss Stamey. 
Lincolnton, Harriett E. Bomar 

U. S. OFFICERS. 

Caldwell ■ -, assessor int. rev. U. S. 

Alexander Allen, Ganger and Brander. 

EXPRESS AGENT. 
Alexander W. H., Lincolnton. 

OFFICERS W. C. & K. R. R., AVEST. DIV. 

Bej. S. Guion, superintendent. 

V. A. McBee, treasurer. 

John G. Justice, agent, Lincolnton. 

A. S. Haynes, agent, lion Station. 



MAOON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 6,004. 

County seat— Franklin. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, ■ 

Clerk Co. Court, R. C. Slagle. 



Olerk Superior Court, W. N. Allman. 

Chairman Co. Court, 

Clerk &M. in Eq. J. Johnston. 
Coroner, A. W. Bell. 
Register, J. J. McConnell. 
Sheriff, J. S. Moore. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, R. A. Phillips. 
Entry Tal<er, J. S. Franks. 
Ranger, David Sheet. 

SCHOOLS. 

Franklin High School, Rev. L. F.^Siler 
Tuckaseego High School, bap., near 
Franklin. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Franklin, meth. E. W. Moore. 
Bethel, meth. E. W. Moore. 
Buck Creek, meth. E. W. Jfoore. 
Clarks Chapel, meth, E. W. Moore. 
Tesentry, meth. E. W. Moore. 
Asbury, meth. E. W. Moore. 
Union, meth. E. W. Moore. 
Mt. Zion, meth. E. W. Moore. 
Gotla, meth. E. W. Moore. 
Tahlequash, meth. E. W. Moore. 
Sheaherds, meth. E. W. Moore. 
Cowee, meth. E. W. Moore. 
Watauga, meth. E. W. Moore. 

Franklin, bapt., J. M. Ammons. 
Sugarfork, bapt. J. & J. R. Ammons. 
Coweta, bap. J. R. Ammons. 
Buck Creek, bap. Young Ammons. 
Brush Creek, bap. A. Ammons & A. A. 

Justice. o_ » » 

Cold Springs, bap. A. Ammons & A. A. 

Justice. 
Cowee, bap. M. Rickman. 
Bumingtown, bap. M. Rickman. 
Cartoogechaye, bap. Aquone,Mark May. 
Nantayalie, bap. Aquone, IMark May. 
Briertown, bap. Aquone, Mark May. 

Franklin, pres. 

Near Franklin, pres. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Franklin Hotel, N. G. Alman. 

LAWYERS. 

Davidson A. G. Franklin. 
Henry R. M. Franklin. 
Love W. S. Franklin. 
Siler D. W. Franklin. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cabinet Shop, Franklin, F. Poindexter. 
I Cabinet Shop, Franklin, S. A. Bell. 



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MERCHANTS. 

Allman N. G. Franklin. 
AtWington 8c Smith, Franklin. 
McCoy W. A. Franklin. 
Johnston J. 

MINISTERS. 

^loore E. W. meth. Franklin. 
Smith C. D. meth. (local,) Franklin. 
Campbell C. meth. (local) Franklin, 
Siler, S. F. meth. (local) Franklin. 
McDonell John. meth. (local) Franklin. 
Wild B. G. meth. (local; Franklin. 
McClure R. meth. (local) Franklin. 

Ammons Joshua, bap. Franklin. 
Ammons J. R. bap. Fi-anklin. 
Ammons Allen, bap. Franklin. 
Rickman Merit, bap. Franklin. 
Mnj Mark, bap. Franklin. 
Ammons Young, bap. Franklin. 
Justice A. A. bap. Franklin. 
Gibson Samxiel, bap. Franklin. 
Deweese Wm. bap. Franklin. 
Deweese Edmond, bap. Franklin. 
Street David, bap. Franklin. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS 

Flour, mill, J. R. Siler. 
Flour, mill, D. Malonce. 
Flour, mill, D. W. Mashburn. 
Flour, mill, Wm. West. 
Flour, mill, Chas. Hayes. 
Flour, mill, W. H. Higden. 
Also a large number of com mills, names 
not known. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Moore B. W. Franklin. 
Lyle J. M. Franklin. 
Rush G. N. Franklin. 
McDowell Joseph, Franklin. 
Bell A. W. dentist, Franklin. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Franklin, Mrs. E. V. Carson. 
Aquone, Miss Louisa Roland. 



MADISON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 5,908. 

County Seat — MAiisnALL. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, J. L. McElroy. 

Clerk Co. Court, Elijah J. Tweed. 



Clerk Sup. Court, James Nichols. 
C hail-man Co. Court, A. G. Tweed. 

Clerk & M. in Eq. 

Coroner, 

Register, L. L. Branson. 
Sheriff, P. G. Brigman. 
Surveyor, J. W. Askew. 
Standard Keeper, 



Trustee, S. G. Brigman. 

CHiJROHES AND jPASTORS. 

MarshaU, bap. S. R. Wild. 
Marshall, prot. meth. Joseph Eller. 

BOARDING HOUSE. 

Warm Springs, James Rambcaugli. 

LAWYERS. 
J. L. McSlroy, Ivcy. 

MERCHANTS. 

Nichols (J. ) & Co. dry goods &c. Mar- 
shall. 

Baid, Rollins & Co., dry goods, groceries, 
hardware, &c., Marshall. 

MINISTERS. 

Wild J. R. bap. Marshall. 

Eller Joeeph, prot. meth. Mai^shall. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Wallin Jesse, Marshall. 
Anderson J. G. Marshall. 
Sams, A. B. Marshall. 

POST OFFICES & POSTMASTERS. 

Marshall, T. J. Rollins. 

Spring Creek, 

Warm Springs, 

Ivey, 

U. S. CLAIM AGENT. 

W. W. Rollins, lilarshall. 

MAETm COUNTY. 

Population in ISCO 10,195. 

County Seat— WiLLiAMSTON. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Jas. J. ^Rlartin. 

Clerk County Court, John Hyman. 

Clerk Sup. Court, John S. Short. 



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Chairman Co. Court, J. D. Biggs. 

Clerk & blaster in Eq. 

Coroner, 

Kegister, 

Sheriff, W. T. Crawford. 

Burveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, W. T. Ch-awford. 
Constable, T. A. Ray. 



SCHOOLS. 



Williamston Academy, — Johnson. 

Jamesville Academy, 

Hamilton School, 

CHURCHES AlsD PASTORS. 

Baregrass, bap. WilliamRton, Wm. Whit- 

aker. Elder. 

Conoho, bap. country, ■ 

Flat Swamp, bap. country, 

Picot, bap. 'Jamesville, Clayton ]\Ioore, 

Elder. 
Smith wick's Creek, bap. Williamston. 

Wm. Whitaker. 
Skewarkey, bap. Williamston, C. B. 

Hassell. 
Cedar Branch, meth. W. H. Wheeler. 
Hamilton, meth. W. H. Wheeler. 
Holly Springs, meth. W. H. Wheeler. 
Taylor's Chapel, meth. W. H. Wheeler. 
Williams' Chapel, meth. W. H. Wheeler. 
Williamston, meth. W. H. Wheeler. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Campbell House. Williamston, Wm. B. 

Campbell. 
Planter's Hotel, Williamston, J. M. Sit- 

erson. 
Jamesville Hotel, Jamesville, Sebrcl. 

LAWYERS. 

Caraway J. G. Williamston. 
Ebom W. C. Hamilton, 
(h-egory G. N. C. Hamilthn. 
j\Iartin Joseph J. AVilliamston. 
Stubbs, J. R. William.ston. 
Watts, Sam'l W. Williamston. 
^Villiams A. S. Williamston. 
Waldo Joseph T. Hamilton. 

MERCHANTS. 

Carstarphen Wm. H., dry goods, &c., 

Williamston. 
Ewell & Shaw, dry goods, Williamston. 
Hassell C. B., dry goods, Williamston. 
Jones & Thompson, dry goods, Hamilton 
Lanier John R., dry goods, Williamston. 
Mizell Anson J., dry goods, Williamston. 



Mizell II. W., dry goods, Jamesville. 
Mizell .John R., dry goods, Jame.sville. 
i\Ioore Wm. W., dry goods,".Jamesville. 
Price E. G., dry goods, Hamilton. 
Purvis Wm. W. , dry goods, Williamston 
Roberson Sc Bro., dry goods, AVilliamston 
Roberson Henry D., dry goods, (country) 
Slade & Biggs, dry goods, »&c., Wm'ston. 

Sebrell , dry goods, Hamilton. 

Weatbersbee R. E., dry goods, Ilaml'ton. 
Waldo ^c Crafton, dry goods, Hamilton. 

MINISTERS. 

Perry Elder Wm. B., bap., Williamston, 
Peal Elder Henry, bap., Williamston. 
Purvis Elder John W., bap., Hamilton. 
Rogerson Elder Levi, bap., Williamston 
Can-anR. I., meth., (local) Williamston. 
Short Jno. S., meth., (local) Williamston. 
Smith Dr. Jesse J., meth., (local) Wil- 
liamston. 
Wheeler Wm. II., meth., Williamston. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Sherrod's, estate of W. R. W. Rherrod. 
Everett's, Elisha Everett. 
Rawls', Ewall & Rawls. 

Legget's, Leggett. 

Gorham's, Geo. Britton. 

Grist, Mr. Woolard. 

Grist, Mr. Ward. 

Grist, Mr. Daniel. 

Steam, John T. Hym.an. 

Steam, Martindale. Cruxton & Co 

Steam, Bailey, Bell & Co. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Coke L. C, Hamilton. 
Halsey R. S., Williamston. 
' Pugh Thomas C, Williamston. 
Sherrod John W., Hamilton. 
Teal James L., in the country. 
Watts Wm. W., Hamilton. 
Yates L. S., Williamston. 

POST OFFICES & POST M ASTERS 

Williamston, Alex. Jackson. 
Jamesville, E. H. Bailey. 

Hamilton, 

Roanoke, 

McDowell county. 

Population in 18G0 7,120. 

County Seat— Marion. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, A. M. Erwin. 

Clerk County Court, A. M. Finley. 



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Clerk Sup. Court, Alney Burgin. 
Chairman Co. Court, Sewell Brown. 
Clerk and M. in Eq. C. S. Copeland. 

Coroner, 

Register, 

Sheriff, Jas. H. Danoon. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, Mr. RidJix. 
Trustee, Mr. Riddix. 

SCHOOLS. 

Marion Academy, Marion. 
Dysartyille i^emale School, Dysart- 
ville. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Marion, meth. Mr. Carter. 
Crooked Crek, meth. Thos. Dawson. 
Bethel, meth. Thos. Dawson. 
Hominy Grove, meth. Tho3. Dawson. 
Thompson's Chapel, meth. Thos. Dawson 
Murphy's Chapel, meth. Thos. Dawson. 
Long Hollow, bap. Mr. Wilkins. 
Marion, bap. Wm. 0. Greyson. 

HOTELS. 

Marion Hotel, W. M. Keyson. 

LAWYERS. 

Erwin A. M. Marion. 
Fleming Woodward, Marion. 
Wilson, Daniel, Marion. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bnrgin (Robt.) & Carson (John) Marion. 
Bright John, Dysartville. 
Davidson — , Old Fork. 
Fleming (W.) & Young (John) Marion. 
JNIorris A; Freeman, Bracket town. 
Gunlee (Thos. & Jas.) Marion. 
Higgins Wm. druggist, JIarion. 
Morris Elijah, Sugar Hill and Old fort. 
Neal (S. .J. ct James,) Marion. 
Patton John C. Marion. 
Shank - — , Dysartville. 
Chun — , Marion. 
Neal Joseph, Marion. 

MINISTERS. 

Greyson Joseph, bap. Cross Roads. 
Solomon Zachariah, free will baj) Black 

Moiintain. 
Carter — , meth. (local) Marion. 
Dawson, meth. (northern) Marion. 

MINES. 

Gold Mine at Dysartville. 



Gold Mine at Bracket Town. 
Gold Mine at Jonestown. 

MILLS AMD OWNERS. 

Merchant Flour, Marion, iMrs. Carson. 

Merchant Flour, Old Fort, Mr. Davidson. 

Merchant Flour, Dysartville, Mills Hig- 
gins. 

Merchant Flour, Marion, ,Jos. Hunter. 

Grist Mill, Stone Mountain, W. A. B. 
Murphy. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Higgins Wm. Marion. 
Gilky — , Marion. 
Liester — , Marion. 
McCoy—, Old Fort. 
Nodlett, W. B. Black Mountain. 
Reed — , Pleasant Retreat. 
Crilbert — , JIarion. 
Young — , Dysartville. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Marion, Wm. Keyson. 
Dysartville, Mrs, Dysard. 
Pleasant Retreat, Dr. McCoy. 
North Cove, Mr. Call. 



MEOKLENBURa COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 17,374 

County Seat — Charlotte. 
Population in 18(J0, 3,000 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Attorney, — ^ 

Clerk C^ounty Court, \A'm. Maxwell. 
Clerk Superior Court, E. A. Osborne. 

Chairman County Court, 

Clerk and M. in Eq., C. Dowd. 

Coroner, 

Register, F. M. Russ. 
Sheriff, R. W. White. 

Siirveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, 

Deputy Sheriff, J. S. S. Sims. 
Constable, James McLean. 



CITY 0FFICEK3, CHARLOTTE. 

Mayor, S. A. Haynes. 

City Physician and Surgeon, C. J. Fox. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Charlotte Female Inst, Rev. R. Burwell. 
Mecklenburg Fem. College, Rev. A. G. 
Stacy. 



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Charlotte Male Academy, R. H. Griffith 

and A. Biirwell. 
Primary School, Davidson College, Mrs. 

Julia Hall. 
Primary School, Davidson College, Misa 

Mary Anderson. 
Davidson College (presb., 23 miles north 

of Chariotte, G. W. McPhail, D. D.. 

president; E.F.Rockwell,.!. R. Black, 

A. Mclver, J. M. Anderson and W. G. 

Richardson, professors. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Charlotte, presb., A. W. Miller. 
Sugar Creek, presb., G. D. Parks. 
Providence, presb.., R B. Johnson. 
Bethel, presb., E. F. Rockwell. 
Philadelphia, presb., Wm. McDonald. 
White Hall, presb., John Douglass. 
Davidson College, presb., Wm. Pharr. 
Charlotte, presb., Saml. C. Pharr. 

Charlotte, meth., J. W. Powers. 
Alexandriana, meth., John Swain. 
Davidson College, meth., J. J. Prather. 

Charlotte, cath., L. P. O'Connell. 

Charlotte, bap., R. H. Griffith. 

Charlotte, luth., John Aldridge. 

Long Creek, seceder, R. S. Ransom. 
Steel Creek, seceder, J. C. Chalmers. 
Charlotte, seceder, Jno. Hunter. 
Harrisburg, seceder, J. G. McLaughlin. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES- 

Mansion House, Charlotte, W. P. Moore. 
Chariotte Hotel, W. W. Hart. 
Moody House, Charlotte, W. W. Elems. 
Boardmg House, Charlotte, Mrs. James 

CTibsou. 
Boarding House, Charlotte, Mrs. Joshua 

Trotter. 
Boarding House, Davidson College, Mrs. 

Laura McCauley. 
Boarding House, Davidson College, Mrs. 

Auu Brown. 
Restaurant, Charlotte, Jas. Hence. 
Restaurant, Charlotte, Brown & Sloan. 

LAWYERS. 

Vance (Z. B.) & Dowd, Chariotte. 
Osborne & Barringer, Charlotte. 
Wilson J. H., sr., Charlotte. 
Hutchinson & Brown, Charlotte. 
Johnson & Jones, Charlotte. 
Davidson Wm. F., Charlotte. 
Warring Robt. P., Charlotte. 



MANUFACTORIES. 

Rock Island Woolon Mills, Charlotte, 

Young, Wriston & Co. 
Foundry and Machine Shop, Charlotte, 

John Wilkes & Co. 
Foundry and ^lachine Shop, Charlotte, 

John W. Ho^^■ie & Co. 
Foundry and Machine Shop, Charlotte, 

Rooke, Culpepper & Co. 
Steam Planing Mills, Charlotte, Jonas 

Rudisill. 
Tannery Charlotte, P. M. Brown. 
Carriage Fact., Charlotte, Chas. Wilson. 
Carriage Factory, Charlotte, Jno. Trotter 
Cabinet and Undertaking, Charlotte, H. 

M. Shelton. 
Saddle and Harness Factory, Charlotte, 

Robert Shaw. 
Cigar Factory, Charlotte, Ed. Lang. 
Cigar Factory, Charlotte, J. M. Kinney. 
Carriage Factory, Davidson College, R. 

A. Brady. 

MECHANICS, &c. 

Boot and Shoemaker, Charl., C. Rodiger. 
Blacksmith, Charlotte, Jos. Tatum. 
Watch and Clock Maker, Charlotte, A. 

Silversmith, Charlotte, R. W. Beckwith. 
Cabinet ilaker, Davidson College, I. M. 

Johnson. 
Gunsmith, Charlotte, Richard Gregg. 
Jeweler and Watchmaker,Jno. S. Butler 
Brick Mason, Charlotte, Thos. Allison. 
Contractor and Brick Mason, Charlotte, 

Samuel Taylar. 
Stone Mason, Charlotte, James Rigert & 

Sons. 
Contractors and Carpenters, Charlotte, 

Arbury & Rudisill. 
Boot and Shoemaker, Charlotte. W. E. 

White. 
Architect, Charlotte, Sidney Redding. 
Sign and House Paint., Charlotte, Law- 
rence & Hewit. 
House and Sign Painters, Charlottc,Fra- 

zier & Johnson. 
Marble Cutters, Chariotte, Wm. Tiddy 

& Son. 
Undertaker, Chariotte, R. F. Davidson. 
Cooper, Charlotte, Gustavus Schuider. 
Blacksmith, Charlotte, R. W. Jaminson. 
House & Sign Painter, Charlotte, Adam 

SUer. 

MERCHANTS IN CHARLOTTE, 

WHOLESALE AND KETAIL. 

Brem, Brown & Co., hardware. 
Brem, Brown & Co., dry goods. 
Buxbaum & Rosseter, dry goods. 



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MECKLENBURG. 



Emanuel H. & B., dry goods. 
Elias & Cohen, dry goods. 
Killgore & Curstan, druggists. 
Ncsbit & Slaxwell, confections. 
McAdin J. H. druggist, 
llarty Jas. & Co. crockery & china ware. 
Koopman B. dry goods. 
JMeacham S. B. boots & shoes. 
Moody & Rigler, confectioneries. 
Phelps H. M. dry goods. 
Richards (Win.) & Co. dry goods & gro- 
ceries. 
Smith (B. R. jr.) & Co. boots and shoes. 
Scar F . druggist. 

Tiddy (Wm.) <& Co. books & stationery. 
Taylor & Duncan, dry goods. 
Wi'ttkowsky & Rentels, dry goods. 
McDonald & Son, domestic & cot. yarns. 
Stenhouse & McCauley, heavy groceries. 
Byerly D. tin ware and stoves 
Buxbaum & Lang, dry goods. 
Tate A. II. heavy groceries, 
Palmer Jas. D. liquor dealers. 

KETAIL MERCHANTS. 

Blum D. dry goods. 

Haltom W. S. confectionaries. 

Grier (W. W.) & Co. family grocers. 

Wilson Bro's, dry goods. 

Gifford S. dry goods. 

Henderson J. H. dry goods. 

Hicksher H. dry goods. 

Daugherty Wm. tin ware. 

Groot & Cowan, grocers & produce 

dealers. 
Carson & Grier, grocers & cottoTi factors 
Pritchard H. M. family grocers. 
Warren Wm. family grocers. 
Austin J. F. family grocers. 
Moody M. D. L. family grocers. 
Caswell & McGinn, family grocers. 
W^alser J. H. family grocers. 
Phelps H. M. family grocers. 
Henderson & Osborne, family grocers. 
Andrews A. H. family grocers. 
Edwards & ]\Ioody, family grocers. 
Hanner Wm. family grocers. 
Alexander & lilcCallan, liquor dealers. 
Horah & Rigler, liquor dealers. 
Adams Lindsay, liquor dealer. 
Craige Jos. D. liquor dealer. 
Morrison & Cruse, liquor dealer. 
Nimms P. E. bakery. 
Nichols — , groceries. 
Reichenburg N. dry goods. 
Kinsell -J. F. bakery tt confections. 
Gro-ss (S.) & Co. heavy groceries. 
Miller & Black, heavy groceries. 
Farmers & Mechanics, heavy grocery 

store. 
Gleason (J.) & Co. heavy groceries. 
Pierpont & Gray, heavy groceries. 
Berryhill Alex, heavy groceries. 



Kuck & Co. grocers. 

Robinson M. W. grocers. 

Houston S. F. grocers. 

Barringer, Wolf & Co. dry goods &c. 

Vogle .John, merchant tailor. 

Quiry C. M. dry goods. 

McLeod & Steel, dry goods. 

Sinclair A. dry goods. 

Haity & Alexander, grocers. 

Boyd (Wm.) & Co. grocers. 

Lowingard E. dry goods. 

Asher (H. M.) & Co. dry goods. 

Hammond & McLaughlin, grocers. 

Sinclair A. dry "goods. 

COMMISSION MERCnANTS. 
Hutchinson, Burroughs & Co. 
Oats (R. M.) & Co. cotton factors. 
Bryce (J, Y.) & Co. cotton factors 

BUTCHERS. 

Cook Wm. A. Charlotte. 
Johnson Burwell, Charlotte. 
"Vogle Jas. Charlotte. 
Seely Wm. Charlotte. 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Jno. Wadsworth, Charlotte. 

BANKERS AND BROKERS. 

T. AV. Dewy & Co. Charlotte. 

M. P. Pegram, cash. Ist. national bank, 

Charlotte. 
Brenizer, Kellog & Peters, City bank. 
John Wilkes, pres. 1st. national bank, 

Charlotte. 

AGENTS AND OTHERS. 

Scott C. agent N. C. R. R. depot. 

Pegram H. W., C. & S. C. R. R. Char- 
lotte. 

Harty Wm., W. C. & R. R. R. Charlotte. 

Hill Wm. P. so. express co. 

Hutchinson, Burroughs & Co. insurance 
agents. 

Johnson Wm. pres. C. & S. C. R R. 

Brenizer A. G. pres. city bank, Charlotte. 

Butt J. N. teller city bank, Charlotte. 
EDITORS. 

Hill & Irwin, Land we Love. 
Yates W. J. Western Sentinel. 
Britton E. H. Daily Courier. 
Britton J. E. Daily Bnlletin. 
Aldrich N. Lutheran, & Pritchard H. M. 
Republican. 

BARBERS. 
Bethel Jerry. Charlotte. 
Summer & S^jaun, Charlotte. 

ARTIST. 

Ambrotypist, Charlotte, II. Bumgardner. 
Ambrotypist, Charlotte, R. Bioaderay. 
u. S. MINT. 

D. J. .Tones, essayer, Charlotte. 

E. H. Bissell, minerologist, Charlotte. 



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MECKLENBURG. 



MEIiCH^VNTS IN COUNTRY. 

Helper (H. P.)& Sloan (E. D. B.) Da- 
vidson College. 

Andrews Jas. Davidson CoUcg-e. 

Withers & Sample, Davidson College. 

Hastings Wm. Davidson College. 

Yountz (E. G.) & Co. dry goods &c., 
Pineville. 

Gallant John F. dry goods &c. Steel 
Creek. 

MINISTERS. 

McPhail D. D., Geo. W. pres. Davidson 

College. 
Anderson J. N. pres. Davidson College. 
Rockwell E. F. pres. Davidson College. 
Davis Thos. E. pres. Davidson College. 
Miller A. W. pres. Charlotte. 
Parks G. D. pres. Sugar Creek. 
Johnson R. B. pres. Providence. 
McDoudd Wm. pres. Philadelphia. 
Douglass John, pres. White Hall. 
Pharr Wm. pres. Davidson College. 
Pharr Sam. C. pres. Davidson College. 

O'Connell L. P. catholic, Charlotte. 

Maynard E. J. meth. Charlotte. 
Haltom W. S. meth. (local) Charlotte. 
Butt Jno. F. meth. (local) Charlotte. 
Prother J. J. meth. (local) Davidson. 

College. 
Swain Jno. meth. Alexandriana. 
Kerr Wm. N meth. (local) country. 

Griffith R. II. bap. Charlotte. 

Aldridge Jno. luth. Charlotte. 

Ransom R. S. seceder. Steel Creek. 
Hunter Jno. seceder, Charlotte. 
McLaughlin J. G. seceder, Harrisburg. 

GOLD MINES. 

Gage & Fearis Mine, 5 miles from Char- 
lotte, Warner, Davis & Co. owners, S. 
S. Warner, pres. of com. Middletown, 
Conn. 

Means Gold Mine Co. 5 miles from Char- 
lotte. 

Premium Gold Mine Co. 7 miles from 
Charlotte, F. J. Faulkner, pres. and 
Jas. M. Simond, sec, Charlotte. 

Rudisill Hill Gold Mine, 1 mile from 
Charlotte. 

Capps Gold Mine, 5 mile from Charlotte. 

McGinn Gold & Copper, G miles from 
Charlotte. 

Keams Copper Mine, 10 miles from 
Charlotte. 

Alexander Gold Mine, 6 miles from Char- 
lotte. 



Wallace Gold Mine, 8 miles from Char- 
lotte. 
Reu Gold Mine, 8 miles from Charlotte. 
Grier Gold Mine, 12 miles from Charlotte. 
Carson Gold ]\Iine, 2 miles from Charl'. 
Trotter Gold Mine, 4 miles from Char. 
Cathey Gold Mine, 10 miles from Char. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Saw Mill, Charlotte, John Sikes. 
Flour, Charlotte, F. H. Maxwell. 
Lumber, Charlotte, R. B. Wallace. 
Merchant Mills, Charlotte, Parks & 

Wallace. 
Merchant Mills, Pineville, M. L. Wallace 
Merchant Mills, Charlotte, Dr. C.J. Fox. 
Flour, Davidson CJollege, Johnston & 

Withers. 
Lumber, Davidson College, McNeely & 

McCoy. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Alexander A. B. Davidson College. 
Britton S. E. Charlotte. 
Caldwell Thos. Providence. 
Davidson Wm. Long Creek. 
Holt Wm. Davidson College. 
Fox C. J. Charlotte. 
Gibbon Robt. Charlotte. 
Gregory R. K. Charlotte. 
Gibble Joseph, Providence. 
Herron J. S. Steel Creek. 
Henderson J. Mc. Alxandriana. 
Jones .1. C. Charlotte. 
Jones L. G. Charlotte. 
Neel T. C. Charlotte. 
McComb J. P. Charlotte. 
Miller Jas. M. Charlotte. 
Romney J. S. Long Creek. 
Sandifer Wm. Davidson College. 
Pressley Jas. Steel Creek. 
Strong J. M. Steel Creek. 
Wilson J. M. Davidson College. 
Williams E. D. Pineville. 
Yfatson S. B. Charlotte. 

DENTISTS. 

Alexander Amzi W. Charlotte, 
Conn W. E. Charlotte. 
Traywick J. S. Charlotte. 
Waugh John H. Charlotte. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Charlotte, Chas. A. Fraizer. 
Davidson College, II. P. Helper. 
Fullwood's Store, W. P. Houston. 
Martindale. AVm. Martin. 
White Hall, R. S. Reed. 
Providence, J. E. Sampler. 



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^^. OFLZBEOH, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



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HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, 



Corner of Fayetteville and Hargett Sts., 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



MOOmiN HOTEL, 

This Well-known House is noAviRe-opened, 
And its Pormer Eeputation will be Maintained by 

WINSTON HOTELS 



"wiisrsToisr, iisr. o. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BINGHAM & CO., 

(SucoesBors'to Sprague Brothers,) 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL 



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Main Street, 

SALISBURY, N. C. 

tS^Highest Price paid in CasJi for all kinds of Produce* 

HEKET GWTNN. E. R. GOTTEN. WALTER &WTNN, Jr. 

Of Baltimore. Late of Tarboro, N. C Late of S. Carolina 

GWYNN, GOTTEN & CO., 

COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL 

105 West Lombard Street, 



^"Liberal adTancements made on Consignments. Orders for General Merchandise 
solicited. 



B. PEDDLE, 



Kept on the European Plan, 

No. 56, Main Street, 

NORFOLK, YA. 



►A Pleasant Summer Retreat for Seekers of Pleasure.* 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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MIORGANTON, N. C. 

REV. R. L. ABERNETHY, PRES. G. W. HAWN, ASSISTANT, 



We are nearfthe celebrated Table Rock, and in one of the 

Most Beautiful and Piotviresq.vie Countries in the World. 



Dr. Duffy's Tonic Mixture 



FOE THE CURE OP 



And Dr. Duffy's Anti-Billious Pills, 

Prepared by F. S. Duffy, New Berne, N. C„ 

l^°May be had of Druggists generally. «^ 



GREAT IMPROVEMENT IN DENTISTRY ! 



SENSITIYE TEETH PiUed WITHOUT PAII. 



By a simple application the Tooth is rendered insensible 
to pain during the operation of filling, 

£^*Every operation warranted to give satisfaction. Charges as low as 
any Dentist in the city. Teeth extracted without pain. 

THOMAS B. OARR, M. D. 

No. 36, Market St, Wilmington, N. C. 



LII , ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHN A. m^'IVIANNEN, 



MANUFACTUBEK OF 




t k Screeiii 





And Dealer in. 

BOLTING- CLOTHS, 



Mllil-ifilli, 

DXJRH^MS, :Nr. c. 



3,000 OF THESE MACHIKES, 
AND HAVE GIVEN ENTIRE SATISFACTION. 



Referefice Made to All Who Have Them in Use. 



It has Taken the Premium at all Fairs 

WHEREVER EXHIBITED. 



Have been thrown out to make room for this one ! 

AMONG THEM 



Brewer's, Barrett's, Henley's, Walker's, Springers, Lawrence's 
Grimes' and Smithst 



ADVERTISEMENTS LIII 



C. C. YATES, 

AND DEALER IN 

if 4f 11 &, f MSI 11¥ iiiia 

GROCERIES, HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, 

BOOTS, SHOES AND ASSOKTED MEKCHANDISE. 

ALSO, DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF 

Sheet Iron and Copper Ware at Wholesale. 
GREENSBORO, N. C. 

B. G. WORTH. N. G. DANIEL. 




MERCH:A.ISrTS, 

T.C. & B G. Worth's Old Stand, South Water S re3t, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



H>ea.le3riS iia 



Bagginii Rope, Iroo Ties, Lime, Plaster, Hair, Cement, 

Gnano, Hay, Salt, Coal, &c. 

Agents for Express Weekly Ste.tmsh'p Linr. 
»• '' PliUadclphiu Soa^hern Hail S.eam-hip Line. 
" " Cape Fear Steamboat Liae to Fayetteville. 

All goods shipped by either of the iiliove Steamship Lines for Fayetteville 
and beyond will be forwarded free of commission and drayage, 

COTTON FACTOR 

AKD 

C0mmi00ion ittcrcl)ant. 

Market Sqiiare, 

rL^^XjEZOH, Is;-, o. 

jr^^SPEciAL Attention called to North Carolina Shoes. "^ 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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s. wi. sr/i>^ 

w Manvifactu.rer of ^ 



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Pactories 84 and 86 Camden Street and 45 & 47 Perry Street, 



Opposite the Baltimore & Ohio Kailroad Office, and Ware Rooms, No 7, North Liberty 
Street, above Baltimore Street, 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



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With the Agraffe treble und Ivory Fronts, are pronounced by the best Professors and 
Am ateurs, to be the 

mil Fms^s iw Wi© \ 

They are fully warranted for five years, with the privilege of exchange within twelve 
months, if not entirely satisfactory to the purchaser. 

Always on Hand from $50 to $300. 

References : [who have our Pianos in nse,] Gen. Robert E. Lee Lexingtsn. Va ; 
Gen. Robert Ransom, Wilmington N. C. ; Rev. C B. Riddick, Kittrell s Springs, N.C 
Max Strakosch, Director Italian Opera, and Miss Carohne M. Ritchmgs, of the English 
Opera. ^"A call is solicited. Terms liberal. 

BRANSOX & JONES, Agents, Raleigh, N. C. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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UPCHURCH ^ DODD, 




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G OODS & G RQCJF HIES 111 




ISTo. 2, So-ath. Side Mlarket Square, 

RALEIQH, N. O. 

a GENTS for the sale of EGERTON'S SOOTOH SNUFF, which they 
J^ keep constantly on hand in Bladders and Bales, at wholesale and retail. 
Also keep on hand a large and select stock of 

FAMILY GROCERIES, 

which they are prepared to sell, at wholesale and retail, at as low prices 
as any house in the City. 

We give our personal attention to all Con- 



UP CHURCH & DODD. 

No. 2, South Side Market Square, 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



signments. 



W. G. UPCHURCH, 
W. H. DODD, 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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MONTGOMERY. 



MITCHELL COUNTY. 

[Erected since last Census.] 
County Seat— Bakersvili.e. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Attorney, 

Clerk County Court, J. II. Greene. 
Clerk Sup. Court, J. W. Bowman. 
Chairman Co. Court, Jason B. Masters. 

Clerk and blaster in Equity, 

Coroner, 

Eegister, Wilson Burleson. 
Sheriff, A. A. Wiseman. 

Surveyors, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, C. Garland. 
Entry Taker, T. 11. Sparks. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bear Creek, bap., J. P. Dickson. 
Beaver Creek, bap., S. M. uallis. 
Big Meadows, bap. , J. W. Buchanan. 
Fork Mountain, bap., S. Buchanan. 
Grassy Creek, bap., J. P. Dickson. 
Roan Monntain, bap., S. M. CoUis. 

Bakersville, meth., W. S Stephens. 
Hunter's Chapel, meth., W. S. Stephens. 
Jline Creek, meth., W. S. Stephens. 
Pisgah, meth., W. S. Stephens. 
Snow Creek, meth., W. S. Stephens. 
Shiloh, meth., W. S. Stephens. 

LAWYER. 

Bowman J. W. Bakersville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Clemens & Co. dry goods. Spruce Pine. 

Cameron & Harden, dry goods, Bakers- 
ville, (store kept by J. H. Green.) 

Huss John A. dry goods, Childsville. 

Hyder Jacob, dry goods, Fork Mountain. 

Garland G. dry goods. Red Hill. 

Pearson Isaac A. dry goods, Bakersville. 

Penland (R. N.) iSi Co. dry goods, Ba- 
kersville. 

Simmerly N. dry goods, Bakersville. 

Young & Penland, dry goods, Spruce 
Pine. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Baker's, Bakersville, Josiah Baker. 
Burleson's, Bakersville, Aaron Burleson. 
Burleson's, Bakers%dlle, Thos. Burleson. 
Huss', Childsville, John A. Huss. 



MINISTERS. 

Buchanan Stephen, bap,. Spruce Pine. 
Buchanan John W. bap., Bakersville. 
Callis, S. M. bap.. Spruce Pine. 
Dickson J. P. bap., Grassy Creek. 

Stephens W. S. meth., Bakersville. 

PHYSICIANS. 
Hart R. Bakersville. 
POST OFFICES & POSTMASTERS. 

Baker-sville, Miss Julia A. Baker. 
Childsville, Nancy M. Wiseman. 
Cranberry Forge, J. C. Hardin. 
Fork Mountain, Jacob Hyder. 
Grassy Creek, J. P. Dickson. 
Ledger, Wm. J. Silver. 
Red Hill, S. C. Mclnturf. 
Spruce Pine, Tilman Blalock. 
Yellow Mountain, Wilson Burleson. 



MONTaOMEKY COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 7,649. 

County Seat— Troy. 
COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Elias Hurley. 

Clerk County Court, C C. Wade. 

Clerk Sup. Court, Jas. B. Ballard. 

Chairman Co. Court, Neil Mclnnis. 

Clerk and M. Eq. 

Coroners, John Dunn, sr., A. C. North- 
cot. 

Register, David A. Munn. 

Sheriff, D. C. McAuley. 

Surveyors, W. G. Deberry and B. F. 
Simmons. 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, 

Constables, B. L. Sanders, Joe Hurley. 

Sheriffs Dep., J. W. Reevs, E. J. Strider. 

SCHOOLS. 

Edinboro' Academy, ■ 

Mt. Gilead Academy, • 

Troy Academy, 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Auman's Hill, chris., D. B. ]\tcLeod. 
Shady Grove, chris., D. B. McLeod. 

Bethel, bap., 

Blackwood Chapel, bap.,Wm. II. Bo- 

stick. 
Cross Roads, bap., Jas. Jordan. 



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MOOllE. 



Laurel Hill, bap., Jas. Jordan. 
Mt. Camell, bap., Jas. Littleton. 
New Union, bap., Jas. Jordan. 
Stoker's Chapel, bap., A. P. Stoker. 

Mt. Gilead, meth., J. D. Buie. 
Sardis', meth., J. D. Buie. 
Shiloh, meth., B. Phillips. 
Zion, meth., J. D. Buie. 

Sharon, presb., J. K. Colton. 
Macedonia, presb., J. R. Colton. 

HOTELS. 

Troy Hotel, M. A. Munroe. 
Hotel, T, C. Haltom. 

LAWYERS. 

Henley Elias, Troy. 
Jordan Allen, Troy. 
Pemberton S. J. Troy. 
Simmons B. F. Troy. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Swift Island Manufacturing Co. (cotton 

factory, &c.) 
Tan Yard, Brookshire & Williams. 

MINISTERS. 

Buie J. D. meth., Mt. Gilead. 
Phillips B. meth., (local) Troy. 
Ballard Jas. B. meth., (local) Troy. 

Jordan Jas. bap., Troy. 
Wright David, bap., Troy. 
Stoker A. P. bap., Troy. 
Dunn J. W. bap., Mt. Gilead. 
Littleton Jas. bap., Troy. 
Bostick Wm. M. bap., Troy. 

Colton, J. R. presb., Troy. 

McLeod D. B. chris., Troy. 

MERCHANTS. 

Baggam Jas. Sanders' Hill. 

Lassiter W. Troy. 

McAuley (D. C.) & McAllister (Wm.) 

Mt. Gilead. 
Pierce & Ingram, Troy. 
Usher Samuel T. Rush's Mill. 
Wooley C. W. Edinboro'. 

GOLD MINES. 

Baltimore and Montgomery Mining Co. 
Christian Mines. 
Clark's Creek Gold Mine. 
Dumas Creek Gold Mine. 
Island Creek Gold Mine. 



Troy, N. Y. & N. C. Gold Mining Co. 
Russel Mines. 
Spencer's Creek Mines. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Auman's, Auman (Wm.) & Allen (J. G.) 
Barringer's, E. G. L. Barringer. 
Christian's, S. H. Christian. 
Cagle's, Wm. Cagle. 
Debeery's, Wm. G. Debeery. 
Debeery's, Benjamin Debeery. 
Gaines & Christian's, Gaines & Christian. 
Ingram's, Wm. B. Ingram. 
Jordan's, AV. A. Jordan. 
Hall's, John Hall. 
Gaines', E. J. Gaines. 
Lewis" .John Lewis. 
Lassiter's, Miram Lassiter. 
Martin's, Farquard Martin. 
McAulay's, D. C. McAulay. 
McAllister's, Wm. McAllister. 
Overton's, E. & M. Overton. 
Rush's, A. F. & C. H. Rush. 
Russell's, Nelson Russell. 
Stafford's, Ernsley Stafford. 
Simmons', Lackey Simmons. 
Sanders', A. H. Sanders. 
Smitherman's, Jesse Smitherman. 
Thayer's, W. N. Thayer. 
Steam Saw and Grist, Brookshire & 
Williams. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Montgomery J. H. Clark's Creek. 
McLennon Allin, Rush's Mill. 
Simmons W. A. Troy. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Auman Hill, W. L. Auman. 

Edinboro', ■ 

Mt. Gilead, Mary McQuage. 

Sanders' Hill, 

Swift Island. 

Troy, Margaret Wright. 
Rush's Mill, 



MOOEE COUNTY. 

Population in 1^0 11 427. 

County Seat — Carthage. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, James D. M. Ives. 
Clerk County Court, A. H. McNeill. 
Clerk Sup. Court, G. H. Coddell. 
Chairman Co. Court, D. M. R. IMcIntcsh. 
Clerk and M. in Eq., A. R. McDonald. 
Coroner, S. C. Barrett. 



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IMOORE. 



MOORE. 



Register, A. M. Branson. 
Sheriff, K. H. ^yorthy. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, 

Deputy Sheriff, John T. Kelly. 
Jailor, AV. K. Newry. 
A. A. F. Sewell and T. W. Ritter mem- 
bers of Special Court. 

[SCHOOLS. 

Carthage Female Institute, Miss Eliza J. 

Smith. 
Carthage Male Institute, 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Carthage, meth., Carthage, F. H. Wood. 
Mt. Carmel, meth., near Carthage, F. H. 

Wood. 
Fair Promis, meth., near Carthage, F. 

H. Wood. 
Center Union, meth., near Carthage, F. 

H. Wood. 
Tabernacle, meth.. Fair Haven, B. 

Phillips. 
Pleasant Hill, meth., Fair Haven, B. 

Phillips. 
Smyrna, meth.. Fair Haven, B. Phillips. 
Bascombs Chapel, meth., Fair Haven, B. 

Phillips. 
Thyatira, meth.. Fair Haven, B. Phillips. 

Poplar Springs, meth. 

MoiTiss' Chapel, meth., Jonesboro', G. 

Farrar. 
Shallow Well, meth., H. P. Cole. 
Carthage, bap., Egypt, S. Gilmore. 
Cool Springs, bap., Egypt, S. Gilmore. 
Crains Creek, bap., Egypt, S. Gilmore. 
Friendship, bap., Egypt, S. Gilmore. 
Bethlehem, bap., Egypt, S. Gilmore. 
Fall Creek, bap. , Egypt, S. Gilmore. 
Mechanics Hill, bap., Carter's Mill, T. 

Baldwin. 
Dover, bap.. Carter's Mill, Jas. Jordan. 

Carthage, presb., Carthage, M. McQueen- 
Union, presb., Carthage, M. McQueen. 
Ben Salem, presb., Carthage, A. IST. 

Furguson. 
Uphronia, presb., Carth., A. N. Furguson. 
Buffalo, presb., Jonesboro', C. K. Cald- 
well. 
Bethesda, presb., Bostiel's Mill, James 

Colton. 
Mineral Springs, presb., Bostiel's Mill, 

Jas. Colton. 
Greenwood, presb., Bostiel's Mill, Jas. 
Colton. 

HOTELS. 
Carthage Hotel, Carthage, J. H. Coddell. 
Planters Hotel, Cai-thage, D. S. Barrett. 
Jonesboro' Hotel, Geo. 8. Cole. 



LAWYERS. 

A. 11. JIcDonald, Carthage. 
Jas. D. Molver, Carthage. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Carriage and Harness, Carthage, Tyson, 

Kelly & Co. 
Saddle, Carthage, E. P. Sikes. 
Harness, Carthage, G. N. Clark. 
Boot & Shoe, Carth., Jno. M. Campbell. 
Boot & Shoe, Carth., W. W. Hunsucker. 
Wagon Factory, Carthage, R. A. Mc- 

Lauchlin. 
Wagon Factory, Grain's Creek, John 

Riddle. 

MERCHANTS. 

Barrett S. C. Carthage. 

Barrett S. S. & J. A. Carthage. 

Bryan (A. R.) & Son, Jonesboro. 

Baker J. M. T. Crains Creek. 

Campbell A. W. Carthage. 

Cox H. B. Carthage. 

Cole (Geo. S.) & Bro. (general dealers) 

Jonesboro'. 
Carter S. M. Carter's Mill. 
Cole R. A. Carthage. 
Cameron J. & N. A. Swann's Station. 
Clark & Rainer, Swann's Station. 
Edwards W. C. Swann's Station. 
Sloifitt E. A. Brown's Mill. 
Mclver (A. A. & Bro. Jonesboro'. 
Junes & Bro. Crain's Creek. 
Kelly Absalom, Jonesboro'. 
Tyson & McNeill, Carthage. 
Thomas L. Carter's Mill. 
Tyson Harris, Fair Haven. 
Wumble & Hedgepest, New Haven. 
Wicker A. M. Jonesboro'. 
Rollins Tho's, Jonesboro'. 
Sloan J. R. Jonesboro'. 

MINISTERS. 

Adams S. D. meth., Carthage. 

Wood F. H. meth., Carthage. 

Tyser Harris, meth., (local) Fair Haven. 

Phillips Lewis, meth., (local) Fair Haven. 

Phillips Baxter, meth., (local) Fair Ha. 

Sanders Hardy, meth., (local) Caledonia. 

Farrar Gaston, meth., Jonesboro'. 

]\IcQueen Martin, presb., Carthage. 
Furguson A. N. presb., Carthage. 
Caldwell C. K. presb., Jonesboro'. 
McQueen Jas. presb., Swann's Station. 

Gilmore S. bap., Egypt. 
Richardson Jas. B. bap., Carthage. 
Baldwin T. bap., Carter's Mill. 



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MINES. 

Cagles Gold Mine, Carter's Mill, Ray & 

Kichardson. 
Soap Stone Quary, Fair Haven, — Tysor. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Merchant Flour and Corn, Carter's Mills, 

S. W. Carter. 
Merchant Flour and Com, Fair Haven, 

H. Tysor. 
Merchant, ' Carter's Mills, Howard & 

Moffit. 
Merchant, Prosperity, C. C. Goldston. 
Merchant, Carthage, W. B. Richardson. 
Merchant, Good Spring, John Dunlop. 
Merchant, Good Spring, Martin Sheffield. 
Merchant, Caledonia, Hardy Sanders, 
Merchant, Caledonia, L. B. Munroe. 
Merchant, Caledonia, Catherine Munroe. 
Merchant and Saw, Garth., Alex. Kelly. 
Mer. and Saw, Garth., W. C. Hagood. 
Merchant, Jonesboro', Abel Kelly. 
Merchant, Jonesboro', Stephen Hendly. 
Merchant, Jonesboro', Gaston Farrar. 
Merchant, Jonesbo., John H. Dalsyngle. 
Merchant, Crain'a Creek, M. Furguryon. 
Merchant, Good Spring, E. S. Brown. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Arnold Wm. Jonesboro'. 
Brown J. R. Carthage. 
Campbell John W. Jonesboro'. 
McDonald, A. M. Carthaa-e. 
McNeil John N. Grain's Creek. 
Mclver John, Jonesboro'. 
Iledgepeth Josiah, Fair Haven. 
Sheppard J. L. Jonesboro'. 
Turner H. Carthage. 
Shaw John, Carthage. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Carthage, Mary ]\r. Brookshire. 
Jonesboro', Thomas Rollins. 
Carter's Mills, Jas. A. Cole. 
Prosperity, J. J. Martindale. 
Grain's Creek, Mary Cole. 



NASH COUNTY. 

PoruLATioN ii< 1860 11,687. 

County Seat — Nashville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Attorney, 



Clerk Co. Court, B. II. Sorsby. 
Clerk Sup. Court, J. J. Johnson. 



Chairman Co. Court, A. H. Arrington. 
Clerk M. in Eq. Jno. H. Thorp. 
Coronor, Sam. II. Griffin. • 

Register, B. H. Sorsby, jr. 
Sheriff, George N. Lewis. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 



Trustee, George W. Cooper. 
SCHOOLS. 

Belford Male Academy, Castalia, Wm. J. 

King. 
Nashville Male Academy, Nashville, O. 

C. Stallings. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Nashville, meth. J. J. Johnson. 

Philadelphia Church, mis. bap. J. G. 

Barkley. 
Peach Tree, mis. bap. Robt. Delbridge. 
Pleasant Grove, mis. bap. R. Delbridge. 
Red Bud, mis. bap. Robt. Delbridge. 

HOTEL. 

Fairmount Hotel, Nashville, Geo. W. 
Tisdale. 

LAWYERS. 

Arrington A. H. Nashville. 
Thorp Jno. H. Nashville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Iron Foundery, near Nashville, 

I^uggy Manufactory, Rocky Mount, 

Moore & Fulford. 
Cotton Factory, Rocky Mount, Wm. S. 

Battle. 

MERCHANTS. 

Battle Wm. S. near Rocky Mount. 
Euroughty W N. Nashville. 
Harrison Jno. A. Castalia. 
Harrison Wm. D. Battlesboro. 
Harper W. J. B. Nashville. 
Strickland C. B. Stanhope. 
Webb Jas. T. Nashville. 

MINES. 



Gold Mine, near Nashville, ■ 
MINISTERS. 



Barkley J. G. mis. bap. Rocky Mount. 
Delbridge Robt. mis. bap. Castalia. 

Johnson J. J. meth. Nashville. 



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MILLS AMD OWNERS. 

Battle's, Rocky Mouat, Wm. J. Battle. 
Webb's, NashvUle, Jas. T. Webb. 

PIIYSICL\.NS. 

Earl .T. M. Nashville. 
Sills D. N. Castalia. 
Drake Jas. A. Hilliardston. 

POST OFFICES & POSTMASTERS. 

Castalia, Jno. A. Harrison. 

Ililliarclston, • • 

Nashville, Jno. W. Harper. 
CStanhope, C. B. Strickland. 



NEW HANOVES COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 15,429 

County Seat— Wilmington. 

Population of Wilmington in 1800—9,552. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attomev, John L. Hawes. 
Clerk Co. Court, R B. V»'ood. 
Clerk Sup. Court, Horace S. Bugcr. 
Chairman Co. Court, Wm. A. Wright. 
Clerk & M. in Eq. Fred. A. Poison. ^ 
Coroners, John C. Yv'ood and Dan'l P. 

Bland. 
Register, G. W. Pollock. 
Sheriff, Sam. R. Bunting. 
Surveyors, Jas. W. AVilliams i& John 

Moore. 
Standard Keeper, John C. Wood. 
Trustee. Owen Ferrell, jr. 
Entrv Taker, John J. Conoley. 
Judge Criminal Court, O. P. Jlears. 
Finance Committee. John A. Taylor and 

John A. Sanders. 
Treas'er Public Build., O. T. Alexander. 
Ranger, O. F. Alexander. 
Special Magistrate, John J. Conoley. 

CITY OFFICERS, WILMINGTON. 
John Dawson, Mayor. 

ALDEKMKN. 

First Ward, Stephen D. Wallace & H- 
Von Glohn. 

Second Ward, Jas. G. Burr and Eli Mur- 
ray. 

Third Ward, AVm. H. Lippitt and Alex. 
Adison. 

Fourth Ward, Wm. A. Wright and Wm. 
S. Anderson. 

Marshall, Jehu D. Poison. 



Deputy Marshall, Richard J. Jones. 

Clerk & Treasurer, T. W. Anderson. 

Attorney, Wm. A. Wright. 

Surveyor, Y/m. H. James. 

\Yood Inspectors, L. McCoUum, Sam'l 

Locke and J. W. Potter. 
Chief of Fire Department, R. J. Jonca. 
Chief Fire Warden, W. Burkhcimer. 

riUE WARDENS. 
First Ward, H. Schuken. 
Second Ward, AY. L. Smith. 
Third AVard, W. L. Berry. 
Fourth Ward, W. Burkheimer. 
Clerk of Market, L. M. Yv^illiams. 
WARDENS OP POOR. 
John A. Sanders, Chairman. 
John A. Taylor, Wm. Larkiua, 

Luke B. Huggiiis, Isaac James 
Joel L. Moore, 
COMMON SCHOOL 
S. D. Wallace jr., 
James Kerr, 



Arch. B. McMUlan. 

SUPERINTENDENTS. 
John D. Powers. 
R. K. Bryan. 



Wm. Larkins. 
INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES. 
John S. James, Archibald Aldennan, 
James O. Bowden, John C. Bowden, 
Alfred Alderman, Thomas W. Player, 
^Y. J. Price, B. Southerland, J. M. 
Henderson, R. C. Johnson. 
INSPECTORS OF TIMBER &C. 
L. H. Bowden, James Alderman, George 
MclJuffie. W. M. Munroe, E. Turling-. 
ton, H. M. Bishop. 

INSPECTORS OF PROVISIONS, &C. 

D. E. Bunting, John W. Munroe, George 
Alderman. 

SCHOOLS. 

Burr Miss Kate, & Miss Hettie James, 

Market bet. 3d and 4th st. 
Ilinton Jos. H. iJdbet. Dock & Orange st 
Jewett Geo. W Mulberry, bet. 3d & 4th 
Kennedy Miss Kate, 3d, bet. Market & 

Princes. 
Meginney L. comer Princes & 4th. 
Morrell Dane, 4th bet. Dock & Orange, 

(cottage lane.) 
Ransom Mrs. Robt. corner Market & 6th 
Rothwell Mrs. L. P. 3d bet. Princess & 

Chesnut. 
St. Johns Parish, Rev. H. E. Skinner, 

Prin. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

BAPTIST. 
Wilmington, (in city hall) vacant. 
Mt. Holly, W. M. Kennedy. 
More's Creek, W. M. Kennedy. 



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Riley's Creek, W. M. KenneJy. 
Wells' Chapel, W. M. Kennedy. 
Shiloh, J. P. Faison. 
Bethlehem, vacant. 
Marshall's Meeting Ilonso, vacant. 

EPISCOPALIAN. 

St. James', Wilmington, A. A. Watson 

and George Patterson. 
St, John's, U'ilmington, R. E. Terry. 
METUUDIST. 

Wilmington, Front st. Station, Jonathan 

H. Daily. 
Wilmington, Fifth st. Station, S. D. 

Peeler. 
Wilmington, Seaman's Bethel, John N. 

Andrews, Chaplain. 
Topsail Circuit, A. D. Bctts. 

CATHOLIC. 

St. Thomas, Wilmington, J. A. Corcoran. 

COLORED CIIUIlCnES. 
A. M. E. Church, cor. 5th and Red Cros.s 

St., Wilmington, Samuel B. Williams. 
Zion M. E. Church, cor. 7th and Church 

sts., Wil., G. W. Price. 
Presbyterian Chapel, cor. 8th and Ches- 

nut sts., Wil., W. T. Carr. 
Episcopal, St. Paul's Chapel, cor. 4th and 

Orange sts., Wil., 

First Baptist, Walnut bet. 4th and 5th, 

Wilmington, 

PRESBYTERIAN — IN THE COUNTY. 

Black River Chapel, S. C. Alexander. 

South River Chapel, S. C. Alexander. 

Moore's Creek, Colin Shaw. 

Keith, Colin Shaw. 

Hopewell, Colin Shaw. 

Mt. Williams, Colin Shaw. 

Rockfish, D. B. Black. 

Pike, D. B. Black. , 

1st Church, Wilmington, II. L. Singleton. 

2nd Chnrch, Wilmington, vacant. 

HOTELS. 

Parker House. North Fiont, II. U. Par- 
ker. 
Brock's Exchange, North Front, Brock 

& Clifford. 
Purcell Hotel, North Front, J. R. Davis. 
City Hotel, Market st. L. ^V. Hodges. 
Mechanic's Hotel, Front bet. Orange & 

Ann st. 
American Hotel, cor. Front & Red Cross 

E. M. Shoemaker. 
Rock Spring Hotel, Chesnut, bet. Water 

& Front, — Yarborough. 
Seamen's Home, South Front, cor. Dock 

G. W. Williams. 
Edmondsou's Hotel, cor. Front and Red 

Cross, J. Peterson. 



LAWYERS. 

Ashe Sam'l A. Princess st. 

Cutlar Du Brutz, Princess st. 

Davis George, Princess st. 

Devane W. S. & D. J. Princess st. 

Davis Junius, Piincess st. 

Erapie Adam, Journal building. Princess 

street. 
Holmes .las. S. North Front st. 
London Mauger, Princess st. 
Moore Eenj. R. Princess st. 
Person & French, South W^ater st. 
I'oisson Fred. D. Princess st. 
Strange Robt. Market bet. 2d and 3d. 
Waddell H. & A. M., Market bet. 2 & 3d 
Wright Wra. A . 3d bet. Market & Dock. 
Wright Julius W. Princess st. 
Sfcedman J. C. Princess st. 
Ashe Sam. A. Princess st. 
Bellamy Marsden, Princess st. 
Empie W. R. Princess st. 
McRee G. P. 3d bet. Market & Princess. 
Davis Horatio, Princess st. 
Davis Junius, Princess st. 
Meares Thos D. Market st. 
Nixon Rich. W. Topsail Sound. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Hart & Bailey, steam foundry. 
Marcus H. soap manufactory. 
Denike T. distiller of naval stores. 
Yan Bokkelen A. H. dis. naval stores. 
Blossom (J. R.) & Evans, dis. nav. stores. 
Russell D. Y. dis. naval stores. 
]\Iartin & Hallett, dis. naval stores. 
Agostine F. JI. confectionery. 
Banks (C. R.) & Co. confectionery. 
Straus & Rice, empty casks. 
Mann -L C. staves, shingles, &c. 
Froelick, Rol)inson 8c Moore, wine and 

distilled sj^irits. 
Sprague J. li. agent Amer. Fibre Co. 
KlauderL. pop, beer and soda water. 
Korklandcr L. pop, beer and soda water. 
Clark Wni. carriages, etc. 
\\'ilmington JVIanufacturing Co., Jas. A. 

Webb, Pre.s., II. E. Roberts, VicePres. 

MERCHANTS, etc. 

AGENTS OCEAN STEAMERS. 

Atkinson & Shepperson, North Water. 
Barry Horace M. North Water st. 
Worth & Daniel, South Water st., ag'tr 

river steamers. 
Worth & Daniel, So. Water st. 
A. McRimmon & Co. So. Water st. 
Williams & Murcherson, No. Water st. 

AGENTS INSURANCE. 

Atkinson & Shepperson, No. Water st. 



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DeRosset & Co. No. "Water st. 
Payson George E. No. Water st. 
Smith Wm. S. & Co. No. Front st. 
Spearman John E I^Iarket bet. 2d and 3d 
Cameron Frank H. No. Water st. 

AUCTION'SERS. 

Cronoly & jMorris, No. Water st. 

West S. M. South Water st. 

Van Amrenge Stacy, So. Water st. 

BAKERIES. 

Lesseman A. So. Second, bet. Market 

and Dock sts. 
Patten William, JIarket bet. Front & 2d. 
Thomboum Robt. South Front cor. Dock. 
Banks Chas. R. Front bet. Market and 

Princess. 
Bloom S. P. cor. 4th. and Red Cross. 

BOAT BUILDERS. 

Cassidey Brothers, South W^ater between 

Ann and JMunn. 
Welsh John, S. Water bet. Ann & Munn. 
Beery Wm. L. Eagle's Island. 

BANKS. 

Bank Cape Fear, N. Front, Jas. G. Bun, 

cashier. 
Bank Wilmington, N. Front Wm. L. 

Smith, cashier. 
First National Bank of Wilmington, E. 

E. Burriss, president. 

BILLIARD SALOON. 

Neff, Jos. H. South Front. 

BOOK BINDERS. 

Heinsberijer Phillip, Princess st. 
Bernard W. H. South Water. 
BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Bradley G. & P. Market st. 

French (Geo. R.) & Son, Front bet. Mar- 
ket and Princess. 

Jacob & Ilewett, Market bet. 2d and 3d. 

Brown L. North Water. 

"Walker (John M.) & Co. cor. Market and 
Front. 

BOWLING ALLEYS. 

Neff Jos. H. South Water st. 

BROKERS EXCHANGE. 

Dawson James, North Front. 

BROKERS PRODUCE. 

Mallett Peter, North Water. 
Rankin & Kellev, N. Water. 
Andrews W. S. G., S. Water. 

BUTCHERS. 
Johnson Thos. J. city market. 
King Jere J. sr. city market. 
King Jeie J. jr. city market. 
King John B. city market. 
Klein Daniel, Washington market, Mar- 
ket st. 



Johnson Andrew J. city market. 
King Jas. J. city market. 
Davis W. E. city market. 
Tiliey Fletcher, city market. 
Tilley James, city market. 
Jarroll John, city market. 
Tilley George, city market. 
King Isaac, city market. 
King .Joseph, city market. 
Bappler George, city market. 

CABINET MAKERS. 

Copes Geo. S. Princess sf. bet. Front 

and 2d st. 
Yopp & Woolvin, Princess st. bet. Front 

and 2d st. 
Bapler John, Front bet. Princess and 

Chestnut. 
CARRIAGES AND COACH MAKERS. 
Clark Wm. Chestnut bet. 4th and 5th. 

CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHENWARE. 

Hartsfield Asa A., Front bet. Market and 
Princess. 

CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS. 

James & Brown, 2d, bet. Princess and 

Chestnut. 

CLOTHING. 
Aaron & Rheinstein, Market st. 
Bear Simon, Market and N. Water st. 
David A. & Co. Market st. 
Haas & Co. No. Front. 
Guthman Chas. JMarket st. 
Bear (Sol.) & Bro. Market st. 
Lyons Jacob, Market st. 
Meien Joseph, Market st. 
Hartz H. Market st. and N. Water sts. 
Katz (M. M.) & Co. JIarket st. 
Munson & Co. Market st. 
Ryttenberg & Bro. IMarket st. 
Weill A. & Co. Market st. 
Whitcover A. & S. Market st. 
Blumenthal & Levi, Market and No. 

Water sts. 

COAL DEALERS. 

Petteway & Moore, N. Yv^ater st. 
Parsley O. G. & Co. N. Water. 
Worth & Daniel, N. Water st. 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Post Jas. F. Princess bet. 2d & 3d sts. 
W^alker Jas. corner Front & Walnut sts. 
Rose G. W. corner 6th and Mulberry sts. 
Yopp & Woolvin, Princess bet. 2d and od 
Keen Jos. S. Princess bet. 4th and 5th. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 
Anderson Jas. & Co. S. Water st. 
Adiain & Vollers, S. Front cor. Dock. 
Atkinson & Shepperson, N. Water st. 
Barry Horace M. N. Water st. 
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Bii-dsey & Robinson, S. Water. 
Chadbourn Jas. S. & Co. Dock st. 
DeRosset & Co. N. Water. 
EUers H B. S. Water. 
Finlayson & Bro. N. Water. 
Flanner Wm. B. N. Water. 
Robt. H. CervanSs Co. N. Water. 
Harriss and Howell, N. Water. 
Cox, Parmelee & Divine, N. Water. 
Johnson Alex. & Co. S. Water. 
Kerchner F. W. S. Water. 
Keith E. A. S. Water. 
Kidder & Martin, S. Water. 
Murray E. & Co. N. ^V^ater. 
McRary W. H. & Co. N. Water. 
Moffitt, Bro. & Co. N. Water. 
Northrop & Cumming, N. Water. 
Oldham Alex. S. Water. 
Parsley O. G. & Co. N, Water. 
Petteway & Moore, N. Water. 
Robinson, Smith & Co. S. Water. 
Russell & Ellis, S. Water. 
Shackelford James, Princess st. 
Sprunt & Hinson, N. Water. 
Van Bokkelen A. H. N. Water. 
Vick, Mebane & Co. N. Water. 
Wallace & Southerland, N. Water. 
West S. M. S. Water. 
Williams & Murchison, N. Water. 
Willard Brothers, N. Water. 
WUliams W. H. & Co. N. Water. 
Worth & Daniel, S. Water. 
Hansley & Stngletary, N. AVater. 
Martin Alfred, S. Water. 
McRemmon A. & Co. S. Water. 
Lutterloh W. H. S. Water. 
Turlington W. H. K Water. 

CONFECTIONERS AND FRUITERERS. 
Agostina F. M. Market st. 
Flanagan L. South Front st. 
Banks Chas. North Front st. 

DRUGGISTS. 
Rhodes J. L. Market st. 
Lippitt W. H. Market st. 
McLin Henry, IVIarket st. 
Willis Elijah, Market st. 

DRY GOODS. 
Aaron & Rheinstein, Market st. 
Bear Simon, Market and N. Water sts. 
Bear Sol. & Bros. Market st. 
Dawson John, Market st. 
Hartz H. Market and N. Water sta. 
Hedrick & Ryan, N. Front st. 
Jacobi N. Market st. 
Katz M. M. & Co. JMarket st. 
Lyons Jacob, Market st. 
Kehr August, Market st. 
Ryttenberg Brothers, Market st. 
Sampson J. & H. Market st. 
Waldron R. S. Market st. 
Weill A. & Co. Market st. 



Whitcover A. & G. Market st. 
Blumenthal & Le\a, ilarket & N. AVater 
Lederer Joseph, Market st. 
Newman D. & J. Market st. 
Wronskey .J. A. ]\Iai-ket st. 
Gottberg N. JMarket st. 
Bear Meyer, Market st. 
Newman & Greenberg, Market st. 
Goodman Wm. Market st. 

EXPRESS FORWARDERS. 
Southern Express Company, H. M. Mil. 
ler, ag't So. Front st. 

FURNITURE. 
Smith Daniel A. S. Front st. 
Vincent N. B. North Front st. 

GAS. 
Wil. Gas Light Co. cor. Castle & Surry. 

GAS FITTERS. 
Mitchell & Dymotb, Henderson's Alley. 
McDeemott John, cor. Front and Dock. 

GROCERS — WHOLESALE. 
Adrian & VoUers, cor. Front and Dock. 
Atkinson & Shepperson, cor. Princess 

and N. Water. 
Barry Horace M. N. Water. 
Bremer & Bro. cor. Markett and 2d. 
Cannon & Stoldey, S. Water. 
French Geo. Z. S. Front. 
Huggins & Co. cor. JMarket and 2d. 
Lewis Thos. C. Market st. 
Murray E. & Co. N. Water. 
Myers George, S. Front. 
Peschan Edward, N. Water. 
Reeder Henry N. Water. 
Tienken & Bauman, S. Front. 
Williams & Bro. N. Water. 
WiUard Bro. N. Front. 
Bradley Jas. A. N. Front. 
Stevenson W. M. & J. C. cor. Front and 

JMarket. 
Harriss & HoweU, N. Water. 
Hansley & Singletary, N. Water. 
Cowan Robt. H. & Co. N. Water. 

GROCERS — RETAIL. 
Bremer & Bro. cor. Market and 3d. 
Bremer H. M. S. Front. 
Cannon & Stokley, S. Water, 
Eckel Henry, S. Front. 
French Geo. Z. S Front. 
Hardwick J. M. i\Iarket st. 
Huggins & Co. cor. Market and 2d. 
Lewis Thos. C Market. 
Myers Geo. S. Front. 
Newman P. N. Water. 
Reeder Henry, N. Water. 
Schulken M. S. Water. 
Smith & Bate, Market- 
Smith & Straues, S- Front. 
Stolter & Bremer, Market st. 
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VoUers Louis. Market st. 

Williams & Bro. N. Water st. 

Stalter H. cor. Ann and Front. 

Ulrick H. cor. Front and Church. 

Klander & Grotchen, cor. Front and 
Church. 

Hall Watson, Front bet. Church and 
Castle. 

Litchen Rich. cor. Front and Castle. 

Bohlden Martin, Front bet. Castle & 
Queen. 

Price Rich. A. cor. Front and Queen. 

Cartjohn R. cor. Front and Brunswick. 

Strouse J. W. 2d bet. Hanover & Bruns- 
wick. 

Stenken Geo. cor. 2d and Hancock. 

Grotchen W. Church bet. Front and _2d. 

Kock Jno. C. cor. 3d and Nunn. 

Feitjen C. cor. 3d and Orange. 

Haar John, cor. 3d and Walnut. 

Ganzer Chas. cor. 4th and Walnut. 

Schriever C. cor. 4th & Mulberry. 

Hutaff Nick. cor. 4th- and Bladen. 

Hussell C. cor. 4th and Brunswick. 

Smith Peter cor. 4th and Campbell. 

Schulken H. cor. 4th and Walnut. 

Hashfcgen H. cor. 4th and Walnut. 

Khel H. 4th bet. Walnut and Mulberry. 

Doescher Mrs. C. cor. 4th and Castle. 

Stemmerman C. cor. Front & Orange. 

Mohr Nick. cor. 5th and Church. 

Kennedy David, cor. 4th and Church. 

Bloom H. cor. 5th and Chestnut. 

Bremer Nick. cor. 5th and Castle. 

Grntchen J. H. cor. 5th and Princess. 

ICling Fred. cor. 5th and Walnut. 

Gerken N. cor. 6th and Mulberry. 

Blossom Sam. cor. 6th and Church. 

Stelges D. cor. 6th and Queen. 

Haar H. cor. 7th and Chestnut. 

Smith II. cor. 8th and Market. 

Ahrens & Bro. cor. 8 and Marlict. 

Mohr J. H. North Water. 

Fink Albert, North Water. 

Atkins J. W. North Water. 

Edwards & Smith, So. Water. 

HutafE H. No. Water. 

Otten D. No. Water. 

Meyer & Dock, No. Water. 

Grotchen G. No. Water. 

Hines J. F. No. Water. 

Schulken & Reilder No. Water. 

Litchen H. No. Water. 

Rulf J. N. Water. 

Jilathies H., N. Water. 

Dozie Chas., N. Water. 

nARDWARE. 

Dawson John, Market st. 
Peck George, S. Front. 
Wilson James, Market st. 

HATS, CAPS, &C. 

Bear Simon, Market st. 



Haas & Co. N- Front. 
Hartz H. Market st. 
Hedrick & Ryan, N. Front. 
Whitcover A. & S. Market st. 
Walkes John M. & Co. cor. Market and 
Front. 

IRON FOUNDERS. 

Hart & Bailey, S. Front. 

Roberts Thos. E. cor. Queen and Surry. 

Wil. & Wei. Railroad. 

Wil. & Manchester, Eagles Island. 

JEWELERS. 

BroAvn & Anderson, Market st. 
Dinglehoef M. Market st. 

LIQUOR AND WINE DEALERS. 

Adrain & Vollers, S. Front, cor. Dock. 
Bremer & Bro. Market st. 
Bremer Henry M., 8. Front. 
Cannon & Stokley, S. Water. 
French Geo. Z., S. Front. 
Huggins & Co. Market, cor. 2d. 
Lewis Rhos. C. Market st. 
Myers George, S. Front. 
Newman Phillip, N. Water. 
Reder Henry, N. Water. 
Schulken M. & Co., S. Water. 
Smith & Strauss, S. Front. 
Stolter & Bremer, Market st. 
Teinken & Bauman, S. Front. 
Vollers Louis, Market st. 

LIVERY AND SALES STABLES. 

Curry Stephen A. cor. Princess and 3d' 
Southerland & Steigall, cor. Princess 

and 3d. 
Robinson Irwing, 2d bet. Princess and 

Chestnut, 

LOCKSMITHS. 

Sutton & Childs, cor. Princesi & Front. 
Neff Aaron H. So. Front. 
PoUey Hiram N. Princess. 

MARBLE AND STONE WORKS. 

Walker & Mauder, cor. Front & Walnut 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 
Haas & Co. No. Front. 
Munson & Co. Market st. 
Lynch Wm. cor. Market and 2d. 
Guthman Chas. Market st. 
McCormick Jas. Princess bet Front & 2d 
David A & Co. Market st. 
Bear Sol & Bro. Market st. 
Meier Jos. & Bro. Market st. 

MILLINERY. 

Aaron & Rheinstein, Market st. 
Rrown A. D. South Front. 
Flannagan L. South Front. 
Bond Mrs. Market st. 
Lumsden Mrs. Jas. North Trent. 
Katz M. M. & Co. Market st, 



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NEW HANOVER. 



NEWS PAPERS. 

Wil. Journal, Princess, journal building, 
Englehard & Price, editors. 

Wil. Star, So. Water, W. 11. Bernard, 
proprietor and editor. 

Wil. Post, Market st. published by- 
board of proprietors. 

NEWS DEALEPvS. 

Harriss Thos. M. No. Front. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 
Morris Ricbard, 3d bet. Ann and Nunn. 
Evans Thos. Smith Wm. L. 

Gardner Junius D. Walker Asa K. 
Burr Ancrum B. Gumming Jas. D. 
Grainger Isaac B. Seof Jacob. 
Poisson Wm. M. Bowden H. M. 

PAINTERS HOUSE AND SIGN. 
Fanning P. W. Front bet. Orange & Ann 
Kline Fred. cor. Front and Walnut. 
Dahmer Peter, No. Front. 
Bunn L. F. 2 bet. Princess and Chestnut 

PLUMBERS. 
Roache Jno. L., with Mitchell «& Dymott_ 

PAPER HANGERS AND UPHOLSTERT. 
Smith Daniel A. Front st. 
Vincent N. B., North Front. 

PnOTOGRAPHERS. 
Van Orsdell O. M. Market st.. (up stairs.) 
Hansley Thos. cor. Market and 2d, (up 
stairs.) 

PRINTERS — BOOK AND JOB. 

Bernard Wm. II., S. Water, (up stairs.) 
Englehard & Price, Journal buildings 
Princess st. 

RESTAURANTS. 
Brock & Clifford, N. Front. 
Dumaland A., South Water. 
Webb Harry, Market st. 
Mitchell James, Dock st. 
SALOONS. 
Mayer Fred., S. Front. 
Mitchell James, Dock st. 
Neff Joseph H., S. Water. 
Peden Wm. Market st. 
Range G. H. W., N. Front. 
Webb Harry, Market st. 
Brock & Clifford, N. Front. 
Eyden & Walker, cor. 2d and Princess. 
Parker House, Front st. 
American Hotel, Front st. 
Purcell Hotel, Front st. 
City Hotel, Market st. 

SADDLERY AND HARNESS. 

Topham Jas. S. & Co., S. Front. 
Wilson James, Market st. 
Jacobs & Hewett, Market st. 



SHIP BUILDERS & MARINE RAILWAYS 

Cassidey Brothers, S. Water, bet. Munn 

and Church. 
Beery Wm. L. Eagles Island. 

SOAP MANUFACTORIES. 

Marcus H. Front, bet. Dock and Orange. 

STOVE DEALERS. 

Sutton & Childs, cor. Front & Princess, 
Neff Aaron H., S. Front. 

SURVEYORS. 

James & Brown, 2d, bet. Chesnut and 
Princess. 

TIN AND SHEET IRON DEALERS. 

Sutton & ChUds, cor. Princess & Front. 
Neff A H. S. Front. 

TOBACCO AND BEGARS. 
Burkhimer Henry, Market st. 
Vansickle J. ^Market st. 
Bear Simon, Market st. 

UNDERTAKERS. 
Copes Geo. 8. Princess, bet. Front & 2d. 
Yopp & Woolvin, Princess, bet. 2d & 3d. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Lord Fred, flour and meal. 
Mitchell & Iliggins, flour and meal. 
Oldham Alex. Cape Fear flour mill. 
Potter Sam'l Point, rice mills. 
Kidder & Martin, steam saw mills. 
Northrop & Cumming, steam saw mill. 
Colvill & Taylor, steam saw mill. 
O. G. Parsley & Co. steam saw mill. 
Chadboum Jas. H. & C. steam saw mill. 

STEAM GRIST MILLS. 

W. W. Lane, Rocky Point. 
N. N. Nixon, Topsail Sound. 

WATER SAW MILLS. 

John Jones. Lillington. 
John P. Bannerman, Ashe's Creek. 
Alex. Henry, Black River. 
John D. Powers, Leesburg. 

TURPENTINE DISTILLERIES. 
Anders & Simpson, Point Caswell, 
Petteway & Moore, Lillington. 
Murphy & Powers, Leeaburg. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Anderson Edwin A. cor. Front & Orange. 

Berry Wm. A., N. Front. 

Bradley Alfred O. Front, bet. Dock and 

Orange. 
Cutler Frederick J. Princess, cor. Front. 
Ertkenker I. F. S. Front. 
Freeman Wm. E. Front, bet. Chesnutt 

and Mulberry. 
King Francis J. Princess cor. Front. 



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NORTHAMPTON. 



Langdon Walter E. Market,bet.7th& 8th. 
Love Wm. J. cor. Market and Front. 
McRee Jas. F. sr. 2d bet. Market and 

Princess. 
McRee Jas. F. jr. Front, bet. Princess 

and Chesnutt. 
Purcell J. B. cor. Front and Princess. 
Robinson J. S. cor. Chesnutt & Miilberry. 
Schonwald Jas. T. Princess, bet. Front 

and 2d. 
Swann John, Princess, bet. Water and 

Front. 
Thomas Wm. Geo. Market, bet. 3d & 4th. 
Walker Joshua C. Market st. 
Wood Thos. F. Prhicess, bet. Front and 

Second. 
Wright Adam E. Market st. 
Davis W. E. cor. Market and Front. 

COUNTRY PHYSICIANS. 

Larkins J. Robt. Long Creek. 
Murphy Hanson F. Rocky Point. 
Thompson Fred. Lower Black River. 
Satchwell Sol. Sampson, Long Creek. 
Newkirk A. F. ]\Iiddle Sound. 
Sheppard Jas. E. TopsaU Sound. 
EnnettT. H., Burgaw. 

DENTISTS. 

Carr, Thos. B., Market street. 
Everritt, D. E., ]\Iarket street. 
Freeman, John H., Market street. 
Hamberry, H. R., Princess street. 
Cutler, Roger, 2d street. 

POST OFFICE & POST MASTER. 

Wilmington, Ed. R. Brink. 

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 13,372 

County Seat — Jackson. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, 

Clerk County Court, N. R. Odom. 
. Clerk Sup. Court, Wm. T. Buxton. 
Chairman Co. Court, W. S. Copeland. 
Clerk and M. in Eq. Geo. B. Barnes. 

Comoucr. 

Register, 

Sheriif , Sam. A. Warren. 
Surveyor, Wm. ,J. Cook. 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Concord, meth. Wm. Calona. 
Garysburg, meth. Wm. Calona. 
Jackson, meth. Wm. Calona. 



Gaston, epis. 

CHURCHES Al^D PASTORS. 

Jackson, epis. 

Mt. Carmel, bap. JohnN. Hoggard. 
Pottecasia, bap. John N. Hoggard. 
Robert's Chapel, bap. John N. Hoggard. 

New Hope, meth. Wm. Calona. 
Pinners, meth. Wm. Calona. 
Rehoboth, meth. Wm. Calona. 
Sharon, meth. Wm. Calona. 
Zion, meth. Wm. Calona. 

HOTELS. 

Jackson, Hotel, Robt. A. Weaver. 
Weldon, Hotel, Wm. T. Walker. 

LAWYERS. 

Calvert Sam'l J. Jackson. 
Odom James G. Jackson. 
Peebles Robt. B. Jackson. 
Peebles Wm. W. Jackson. 
Reese Wm. A. Jackson. 

MERCHANTS. 

Allen Andrew J. Jackson. 
Burgess Wm. H. Rich Square. 
Clark Barnes G. Pleasant Hill. 
Coke Willie D. Pleasant Hill. 
Calvert Samuel, Jackson. 
Cualier Chas. N. & Co. Jackson. 
Conner Jas. W. & Co. Rich Square. 
Drews Lewis W. Rich Square. 
Edward AVm. J. MargarettsvUle. 
Ellis A. J. Weldon. 
Farmer, Rich Square. 
Faison Wm. H. Margarettsville. 
Ferguson Baker L. Pleasant Hill. 
Grant Jas. W. Gaston. 
Gaiuss Wm. H. Pleasant flill. 
Gay Lewis D. Seaboard. 
Gaiuss .James D. Weldon. 
llarrell Andrew J. Rich Square. 
Joyner Sam. R. Murfreesboro. 
Jacobs Jacob 51. Rich Square. 
Motley John B. Jackson. 
Odom John B. Jackson. 

MERCHANTS. 

Peel Wm. Rich Square. 

Pugh John W. Gaston. 

Stephenson Wm. U. Margarettsville. 

Sikes John F. Weldon. 

Stancell Benj. Seaboard. 

Sally Geo. A. Rich Square. 

Thomas E. J. Gaston. 

Vasser Jas. Weldon. 

Vinson & Bros. Gaston. 



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ONSLOW. 



Wheeler R. F. Weldon. 
Worrell E. C. JMurfreesboro'. 
Woodward S. S. 

MINISTERS. 

Boone Jesse, bap., IVIurfreesboro'. 
Fleetman .Joshua 0. bap.,Margarettsville. 
Iloggard John, bap., JIurfreesboro'. 

Draper Thomas, meth., Jackson. 
Flythe Jesse, meth., Jackson. 
Grant AVm. meth., Jackson. 
Shaw Richard, meth., Jackson. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Thomas & Avents', Gaston, E. J. Thom- 
as & Aventa. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Barrony Wm. Jackson. 
Copeland Wm. S. Jackson. 
Clements Wm. W. Gaston. 
Ellis Andrew J. Weldon. 
Grammar Robt. J. Pleasant Hill. 
Jacobs John C. Rich Square. 
Moore C. G. C. Rich Square. 
Ramsey Junius N. Seaboard. 
Stancell Robert, Margarettsville. 
Wood Jas. H. Margarettsville. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Jackson, Joseph Copeland. 
Pleasant Hill, Benj. Brewer. 
Rich Square, Wm. H. Burgess. 
Seaboard, Wm. Bentley. 



ONSLOW COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 8,856. 

County Seat — Jacksonville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, 

Clerk Co. Court, A. J. Johnson. 
Clerk Sup. Court, Jas. R. Hurst, jr. 

Chairman Co, Court, 

Clerk and M. in Eq. 

Coroner, 

Register, Z. M. Coston. 
Sheriff, Elijah Murrill. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Swansboro', meth., John F. Mattocks. 
Tabernacle, meth., John F. Mattocks. 
Queen's Creek, meth., Jno. F. Mattocks. 
Richland, meth., D. C. Johnson. 



North East, prim, bap., B. J. Pollard. 
Palo Alto, prim bap., John C. Hewitt. 
Upper 3buth West, p. b., Jno. W. Brown. 
White Oak, prim, bap., Job Smith. 
Ward's Hill, prim, bap., B. J. Pollard. 
Yapps Church, prim, bap., Asa Sidbury 
and Benj. Jenkins. 

Stump Sound, f. w. bap., Jno. B. Barlow- 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Jacksonville Hotel, George R. Ward. 
Boarding Hou.se, Jacksonville, M. Russell 

LAWYERS. 

Koonce P. D. Richland. 
Scott Jas. G. Jacksonville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Barker & McLean, Swansboro'. 
Foy Jas. H. Richlands. 
Humphrey & Dreyfees, Richlands. 
Harget Daniel A. Swansboro'. 
Mills & Shackelford, Richlands. 
IVIattocks E. W. Swansboro'. 
Wooten & Taylor, Catherine Lake. 
WUkins John S. Piney Green. 

MINISTERS. 

Johnson D. C. meth., Richlands, 
Culbreth Levi, meth., Richlands. 
Mattocks John F. Mattocks, (local) 
Swansboro'. 

Brown John W. p. bap., Jacksonville. 
Hewett John C. prim, bap., White Oak 

and Palo Alto. 
Jenkins Benj. prim, bap., .Jacksonville. 
Pollard B. J. prim, bap., Piney Grove. 
Smith Job, prim, bap.. White Oak and 

Palo Alto. 
Sidbury Asa, prim, bap., .Jacksonville. 

PHYSICL^J^^S. 

Blacknall Richard, Swansboro'. 
Cox C. G. Richlands. 
Everett George N. Golden Place. 
Duffy Chas. sr., Catherine Lake. 
Duffy Chas. jr., Catherine Lake. 
Hill d ohn W. Piney Green. 
Montford W. J. .Jacksonville. 
Porter Elisha, Jacksonville. 
Ward R. W. .Jacksonville. 
Ward E. W. Piney Green. 



POST OFFICES. 



Catherine Lake. 
Golden Place. 
Onslow C. H. 



Swansboro'. 



Richlands. 
Palo Alto. 
Piney Green. 



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OEANGE COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 10,947. 

County Seat— HiLLSBORO'. 
COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, 

Clerk County Court, Geo. Laws. 
Clerk Sup. Court. Jesse W. Cole. 

Chairman Co. Court, ■ 

Clerk & M. in Eq. John W. Kirkland. 

Coroner, — 

Register, John Laws. 
Sheriff, Hugh B. Guthrie. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, ■ 

Trustee, — 



SCHOOLS. 

University N. C, Chapel Hill, D. L. 

Swain, D. D. 
Military School, Hillsboro, Gen. R. E. 

Colston, Sup. 
Select Boarding Scho'l, Hillsboro, Misses 

Nash & Miss Kollock. 
Select Boarding School, Flat River, Miss 

M. P. Mangum. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Hillsboro, meth. N. H. D. Wilson. 
Durham, meth. R. S. Webb. 
Chapel Hill, meth. O. J. Brent. 
Flat River, meth. ■ 

Antioch, bap. Sara. Baldwin, White Cr'ss. 
Bethel, bap. J. P. lilason. Chapel Hill. 

Chapel H.ll, bap. 

Cane Creek, bap. F. M. Jordon, Hillsboro. 

Hillsboro, bap. 

Mount Carmel, bap. Orin Churchhill. 
Mount Herman, bap. J. Howell, Green 

Level. 

Mars Hill, bap. , Hillsboro. 

Berea, bap. A. D. Blackwood. 
Rose of Sharon, bap. J. Howell. 

Shady Hill, bap. 

Mount Moriah, bap. Geo. W. Puref oy, 

C. Hill. 

Mount Zion, bap. 

Durham's, bap. 

Hillsboro, epis. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Orange Hotel, Hillsboro, Alfred P. 

Stroud. 
Hotel, Chapel Hill, H. B. Guthrie. 
Durham Hotel, R. F. Morris. 
Boarding House, Chapel HiH, Miss 

Nancy Hilliard. 



LAYv'YERS. 

Battle Wm. H. judge Sup. Court, Chapel 

Hill. 
Argo Thos. Chapel HiU. 
Graham John W. Hillsboro. 
Graham Jas. A. Hillsboro. 
Guthrie Wm. B. Chapel Hill. 
Graham Wm. A. Hillsboro. 
Norwood John W. HUlsboro. 
Nash Henry K. Hillsboro. 
Parish C. E. Hillsboro. 
Phillips S. F. Chapel HiU. 
Webb Thos. Hillsboro. 
WaddeU F. N. Hillsboro. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Smoking Tobacco, Durhams, R. F. Mor- 
ris & Son. 

Smoking Tobacco, Durhams, John R. 
Green. 

Tobacco Factory, Hillsboro, James Y. 
Whitted. 

Tobacco Factory, Cedar Grove, Allison 
& Carter. 

MECHANICAL. 

Buggy & Carriage Shop, Hillsboro, John 
Hill. 

Buggy and Carriage Shop, Hillsboro, 
John Cheek. 

Saddle & Harness, Hillsboro, Josiah 
Turner. 

Undertaker & Cabinet, Hillsboro, Chas. 
S. Cooley. 

Boot & Shoe, Hillsboro, Robt. Faucett. 

Boot & Shoe, Hillsboro, Thos. C. Hayes. 

Boot & Shoe, HUlsboro, James Parks. 

Lumbermen, Durhams, W. & P. S. Man- 
gum. 

Tinner, HiUsboro, E. H. Pogue. 

Tinner, Hillsboro, John Laws. 

Brick Mason, Hillsboro, Henry Richards 

Brick Mason, HUlsboro, Wm. B. Gordon. 

MERCHANTS. 

Anger M. A. Durhams. 
Brown & Co. gen. mer'd.se, Hillsboro. 
Cohen Morris, Hillsboro. 
Cheek & Co. Durhams. 
CoiT John W. Chapel HUl. 
Carr & Freeland, Chapel Hill. 
Cormichael .Taylor, Hillsboro. 
Mangum (A.) & Co. gen'l md'se, Flat R. 
Hogan Wm. Chapel HiU. 
Israel J. Chapel Hill. 
Lynch Lemuel, jeweler, Hillsboro. 
Long & McCauley, jeweller, Hillsboro. 
Hutching John R. grocer, Hillsboro. 
Faucett Wm. C. grocer, HUlsboro. 
Gattis(W. A.) & Bro. confections, Hills- 
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Emory Thos. drug^st, Chapel Hill. 
Strayhom &JParisL, HiUsboro. 
TuiTentine John A. HOlsboro. 
Weleb Jas. jr. Ilillsboro. 
Sanders R. B. drugs, Chapel Hill. 
Pieasants R. F. tailor. 
Turrentine -Jas A. gen'l mer. IlilLshoro. 
"Webb &, Whitled, drugs, Ililisboro. 
Watson James, Chapel Hill. 
Utley Benton, Chapel Hill. 
White John, grocer, Chapel Hill. 
Woods E. W. grocer, Chapel Hill. 

MINISTERS. 

Brent O. J. meth. Chapel Hill. 
Mangum A. W. meth. Flat River, 
McMannen John A. meth. (local) Dur- 

hams. 
Pearce Sam. meth. (local) Hillsboro. 
Pool Solomon, meth. (local) Hillsboro. 

Baldwin Sam. bap. White Cross. 
Mason J. P. bap. Chapel Hill. 
Jordan F. M. bap. Hillsboro. 
Blackwood A. D. bap. Durhams. 
Howell J. bap. Durhams. 
Purefoy Geo. W. bap. Chapel Hill. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Allison John J. Cedar Grove. 
Cain Jas. F. Hillsboro'. 
Cameron Wm. Hillsboro'. 
Davis John Z. Chapel Hill. 
Berry John, Hillsboro'. 
Durham Hugh, Durhams. 
Freeland Chas. J. Hillsboro'. 
Guess Willis G. Durhams. 
Hughes Wm. R. Cedar Grove. 
Hicks Thos. Durhams. 
Vickers Thos. S. Durhams. 
Hogan Thos. Chapel Hill. 
Holt E. M. Flat River. 
Hogan John R. Chapel Hill. 
Leathers Jas. C. South Lowell. 
Mallett Wm. P. Chapel Hill. 
McMannen C. T. South Lowell. 
McMannen David, Durhams. 
Robertson David A. Hillsboro'. 
Strudwick Edmond, Hillsboro'. 
Patterson John C. Chaj^el Hill. 
Strudwick Wm. S. Chapel Hill. 
Wilson Thos. jr., Cedar Grove. 

POST OFFICES & PP^7.IASTERS. 

Hillsboro', Denniss Heartt. 
Chapel Hill, John White. 
Durhams, Wm. Mangum. 

Cedar Grove, 

Flat River, 

South Lowell, 



NEWSPAPER. 
Hillsboro' Recorder, Denniss Heartt, Ed. 

PASQUOTMK COUNTY. 

Population in 1830 8,940. 

County Seat — Elizabeth City. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Attomev, 

Clerk Co. Court, A. P. White. 
Clerk Sup. Covart, Wm. E. Vaughan. 

Charman Co. Court, 

Clerk and M. inEq., W. G. Pool. 

Coroner, 

Register, 

Sheriff, L. C. Dashiell. 

Smweyor, 

Standard KeeiDer, 

Trustee, 



SCHOOL. 

Elizabeth City Female Academy, Miss 
S. E. Martin, 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Christ's Church, epis., E. City. 



Baptist Church, E. City, N. B. Cobb. 
Methodist Church, E. City, — Bingley. 

HOTELS. 

Brevard House, Kenyon & White. 
Pendleton House, T. D. Pendleton. 

LAWYERS. 

Ball J. L. Elizabeth City. 
Grandy G. W. jr. E. City. 
Brooks, lion. Geo. W. (U. S. Dis. Judge, 

now moved to Oxford.) 
Qodf ley Prances M. , E. City. 
JIartin Wm. S. E. City. 
Pool C. C. E. City. 

Pool John, (U. S. Senator elect,) E. City. 
Vaughan Frank, E. City. 

MERCHANTS. 

Cobb George W. & Co. E. City. 
Green C. C. E. City. 
Kenyon .John H. E. City. 
Overman Nathan, E. City. 
Weisel S. E. City. 

1 MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Steam Mill, Nixonton, Wm. Pailin & 

Bros, 
Steam MiU, E. City, \^Tiite & Griffin. 



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PERSON. 



PHYSICIANS. 

Pool Wm. G. E. City. 
Pool John H. Newland. 
Speed, B. K., E. City. 

POST OFFICE & MISTRESS. 

Elizabeth City, Jane Milroy. 

PERSON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 11,221. 

County Seat— RoxBORO'. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, C. S. Winstead. 
Clerk Co. Court, Sam. Y. Brown. 
Clerk Sup. Court, Wm. R. Webb. 
Chairman Co. Court, W. H. Smith. 
Clerk and M. in Eq. John Bamett. 
Coroners, Jas. Wright & C. Ilamlen. 
Register, John W. Hunt. 
Sheriff, John L. Harris. 
Surveyor, W. M. Faulkner & John H. 

Clay. 
Standard Keeper, J. Cretcher. 
Trustee, G. D. Satterfield. 

SCHOOLS. 

Bethel Male Academy, Jaa. Jordan. 
Roxboro Male Academy, Jas. E. Maxey. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bailey's, meth. P. J. Caraway. 
Bethlehem, meth. P. J. Caraway. 
Concord, meth. L. ShelL 
Lea's Chapel, meth. L. Shell. 
Mt. Zion, meth. P. J. Caraway. 
Mt. Tisgah, meth. P. J. Caraway. 
Oak Grove, meth. P. J. Caraway. 
Providence, meth. P. J. Caraway. 
Roxoboro, meth. P. J. Caraway. 
Salem, meth. L. ShelL 

"Mt. Moriah, free, ■ 

Ebenezer, old school bap. F. L. Oakley. 
Flat River, old school bap. David R. 

Moore. 
Story's Creek, old school bap. A. N.Hall. 
Upper South Hyco, old school bap. F. L. 

Oakley. 

Cedar Grove, african, Alex. Howell 

Ephesus Chapel, ■ , R. P. Martin. 

New Bethel, , R. P. Martin. 

Pleasant Grove, , R. P. Martin. 

Antioch, mis. bap. J. A. Stradley. 
Bethel, mis. bap. J. A. Stradley. 



Bethel, mis. bap. J. A. Stradley. 
Clement, mis. bap. J. E. Montague. 

Ephesus, mis. bap. 

Mill Creek, mis. bap. J. E. Montague. 
Mt. Harmony, mis. bap. W. E. Oakley. 
Olive Branch, mis. bad. — Beacham. 
Providence, mis. bap. W. E. Oakley. 

HOTELS. 

Roxboro Hotel, Roxboro, Wm. H. Smith. 

LAWYERS. 

Bamett S. C. Roxboro. 
Bumpass Horace, 



Jordan Henry T. Roxboro. 
Winsted Chas. S. Roxboro. 
Wilkerson J. D. Roxboro. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cabinet Shop, Roxboro, J. T. Cretcher. 
Saddler — , Roxboro, J. W. Hunt. 
Tobacco Fac. Roxboro, G. W. Warwood. 
Tobacco Factory, Centre Grove, Wm. 

Thomas. 
Tobacco Factory, Woodsdale, Larkin 

Brooks. 
Tobacco Factory, Mt. Tirzah, J. J. 

Cathron. 
Wheelwright Shop, Roxboro, A. F. Fitts 

MERCHANTS. 

Bradsher Wm. A. Bushy Fork. 
Brooks, Robertson & Co. Woodsdale. 
Cunningham John W. Woodsdale. 
Cothran J. J. Mt. Tirzah. 
McAden & Jones, lililton. 
JMoses & Chambers, Roxboro. 
Norwood & Long, Roxboro. 
Satterfield & Forshee, Roxboro. 
Thomas J. L. & R. W. Centre Grove. 
Williams & Bamett, Woodsdale. 
Wiles (T. A.) «fe Maxey (J. E.) Roxboro. 
Wright S. W. drugs, Roxboro. 

MINISTERS. 

Caraway Paul J. meth., Roxboro'. 

Shell L. meth.. Concord. 

Webb W. R. meth., (local) Roxboro'. 

Beacham — , mis. bap. , 

Mantagiie J. E. mis. bap., Woodsdale. 
Oakley W. E. mis. bap., Roxboro'. 
Stradley — , mis. bap., 

Hall A. N. prim, bap., Woodsdale. 
Moore D. R. prim bap. , Centre Grove. 

Oakley F. L. o. s. bap., 



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MILLS AMD OWNERS. 

Barnett's, John Barnett. 

Brooks & Merritt's, L. Brooks & Wm, 

Merritt. 
Cameron's, P. C. Cameron. 
Company mill. Read, iSTorvvood & Co. 
Fuller's, A. M. Fuller. 
Gentry's, Simon Gentry. 
Holleman'a, Jas. HoUeman. 
Holleman's, Chas. HoUeman. 
Hester's, R. H. Hester. 
Hurdle's. W. & B. Hurdle. 
McGehee's, Montford McGehee. 
Moore's, A. R. Moore. 
O'Briant & Co.'s, E. M. O'Briant, W A 

Bradsher, W. H. Smith. 
Ramsey & Co.'s, W. Ramsay, D. Walker, 

J. D. Wilkerson. 
Read & Burton's, W. F. Read & J. A. 

Burton- 
Street's, Mrs Susan W. Street. 
Sweaney's. Joel Sweaney. 
Satterlield's, G. D. Satterfield. 
Thompson's, Joseph S. Thompson. 
Winstead's, C. S. Winstead. 
Wagstaff & Satterfield's, J. F. Wao-staff 

& H. Satterfield. 
Wright cSc Clay's, Jas. Wright & J H 
Clay. ^ ■ ■ 

PHYSICLVNS. 

Bradshaw C. H. Roxboro'. 
Bradshaw Jno. B. Roxboro'. 
Baynes R. C. Bushy Fork. 
Cook J. S. Roxboro'. 
Dicken's John C. Roxboro' 
Fuller J. T. Roxboro'. 
Hamlett John W. Mt. Tirzah. 
Jordan C. H. Roxboro'. 
Merritt Wm. Woodsdale. 
Reberson E. J. Woodsdale. 
Sandford Jas. L. Woodsdale. 
Thomas Robt. W. Centre Grove. 
Thaxton Jos. J. Leasburg. 
Terrell John C. Woodsdale. 
Wilkerson Benj. Woodsdale. 

POST OFFICES &POST MASTERS. 

AUensville, Mrs. Josephine Royster 
Bushy Fork, Miss J. Millncr. 
Centre Grove, Mrs. E. V. Bumpus 
Mt. Tirzah, Joseph Noell. 
Roxboro', Mrs. E. Wiles. 
Woodsdale, Mrs. Betsy JMitchell. 



PEEQUIMANS COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 7 238 

County seat — Hertford. 



COUNTYI OFFICERS. 

Attorney, T. H. GUliam. 
Clerk Co. Court, J. C. Skinner. 
Clerk Sup. Court, J. A. Morgan. 

Chairman Co. Court, 

Clerk and M. in Eq., Jos. S. Cannon. 

Coroner, 

Register, 

Sheriff, C. W. Small. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, C. W. Small. 

SCHOOLS. 

Belvidere Academy. Belvidere. 
Hertford Male and Female, Hertford. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



■ Hilliard. 



Holy Trinity, epia., 

St. Barnabas, epis. 

Cedar Grove, meth. J. Lumsden . 
Concord, meth. J. Lumsden. 
Hertford, meth. J. Lumsden. 
Hickoiy Cross, meth. J. Lumsden. 
New Hope, meth. J. Lumsden. 
Oak Grove, meth. J. Lumsden. 

Bethel, bap., T. G. Knapp. 
Hertford, bap. — PhiUips. 

HOTEL. 

Hertford Hotel, Wm. P. Stokes. 

LAWYERS. 

Albertson J. W. Hertford. 
Bagley Willis, Hertford. 
Gilliam T. H. flertford. 
Skinner T. Y. Hertford. 
White J. W. Hertford. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Waler«& Sloan,Cedar Grove, A. J. Bright. 
Steam mill, Hertford, T. Morgan. 
Water mill, Ballahacks, J. & R. White 
Water mill. Bethel, T. Morgan. 
Steam mill, Durants Neck, Morgan & 

Keyton. 
Steam mill, Woodville, Pendleton & Co. 
Steam mill, Bethel, Samuel Sutton. 

MERCHANTS. 

Blanchard & Eley, Hertford. 
Blanchard Jas. Woodville. 
Cook F. M. jeweler, Hertford. 
Daughtery & Gatling, Hertford 
Jackson Moses, New Hope. 
Lowry Walter C. Woodville. 



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PITT. 



McMullan & Co. New Hope, 

Nicholson .Tosiah, Belvidere. 
Smith J. T. drugs, Hertford. 
Skinner Wm. J. confectioner, vfec, Hert. 
Thatch B. W. & Co. Hertford. 
Winslow F. & C. J. Hertford. 
White J. & R. Belvidere. 
White J. E. Hertford. 

MINISTERS. 

Hilliard — epis. Hertford. 

Knapp T. J. bap. 

Leary B. W. bap. 

Phillips — bap. Hertford. 

Lumsden J. meth. Hertford. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bray — , Woodville. 
Jenkini? R. C. Durants Neck. 
Nicholson Wm. Belvidere. 
Cox D. Hertford. 
Perry Alex. Up River. 
Riddick Wm. Woodville. 
Singleton S. Hertford. 
Shannonhouse J. J. Hertford. 
Smith J. T. 

POST OFFICES. 

Hertford. Woodville. 

Belvidere. New Hope. 

Durants Neck. Up River. 
Offices not regularly open. 



PITT COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 16,080. 

County Seat— Greenville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, G. W. Johnson. 

Clerk County Court, Geo. A. Dancy. 

Clerk Sup. Court, Jas. B. Cherry. 

Chairman Co. Court, L. B. Beardsley. 

Clerk & Master in Eq. Louis Hilliard. 

Coroner, M. G. James. 

Register, David M. Whichard. 

SherifiE, D. J. Rich. 

Surveyor, 



Standard Keeper, 

Treas. of Public BuUding, B. C. Pearce. 
Tax Collector, W. J. Evans. 
Trustee, B. W. Brown. 

SCHOOLS. 

Greenville Female Instititte, Greenville, 
Miss E. B. Clark. 



Greenville Male Academy, J. Armstrong 
& T. M. Barnes. 

Greenville Primary School, J. Arm- 
strong & Mrs. T. H. Whitaker. 

Greenville Primary School, J. Armstrong 
& Miss S. A. Jones. 

Greenville African School, J. Armstrong 
& Cornelius H. Gibbs. 

Latham's School, Bum's District, Jose- 
phus Latham. 

Pitt County Institute, Marlboro, L. L. 
Praether. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Antioch, chris. bap. Road's Dis., George 

Joyner. 
African, meth. Greenville, Wm. Pitts. 

African, bap. Greenville, 

Baptist Church, bap. Greenville, Simeon 

Wallace. 

Black Jack, Taft's dis., 

Bethel Church, Bethel Dis. 

Episcopal Church, Greenville, N. C- 

Hughes. 



Fellow's Chapel, Bumey's Dis. 

Gum Swamp, StancUl Dis., R. K. Hearn. 
Great Swamp Church, Parker's Dis., 

Eld's Ross & House. 
Greenville, meth. John Long. 

Oak Grove, Parker's District, 

Parker's Chapel, free w. bap. Burney's 

Dis. B. B. Albritton. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel, Greenville, Edwin Hall. 
Hotel, Greenville, Forbes & Knox. 
Boarding House, Greenville, Mrs, Dorcas 
Blow. 

LAWYERS. 

Bernard Germain, GreenvUle. 
Dupree Joseph A. Greenville. 
Hilliard Louis, Greenville. 
Harris John E. Greenville. 
Johnson Geo. W. Greenville. 
Joyner James, Marlboro. 
Singletary Thos. C. Greenville. 
Singletary Rich. W. Faulkland. 
YellowlyE. C. Greenville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Atkinson & Johnson, Pillsboro. 
BaUard Jas. L. Pleasant Mount. 
Brown, Cherry & Perkins, Greenville. 
Clark (J. E.) & Co. Greenville. 
Brown Jesse B. drugs, Greensville. 
Delany (W. K.) & Co. Greenville. 
Dixon & Crowell, Marlboro. 
Forbes & Evans, Greenville. 



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Forbes Alfred, Greenville. 

HiUiard Louis, Greenville, 

HoeU Edwaxd, Greenville. 

Heam R. M. Greenville. 

Moore John, Greenville. 

IRIayo & Bras, Falkland. 

Pearce Blount C. Greenville, 

Perkins, Rollins & Co. Pactolas, 

Peebles John, Centre Bluff. 

Rountrec Charles, Greenville, 

Stem Max, Greenville. 

Shepperd & Tyson, Selmer. 

Taft James H. Taft's store. 

Whitehead & Nobles, Parkers ><i Roads. 

MINISTERS. 

Adams Noah, prim, bap, Greenville, 
Albritton B. B. free will bap. Greenville. 
Allen Gideon, chris. bap. Marlboro. 
House David, prim. bap. Greenvilla 
Heame R K. bap. Greenville. 
Humber O. P. free will bap. Greenville. 
Hughes N. C. epis. Greenville. 
Joyner George, chris. bap, Marlboro, 
Long John, meth. Greenville. 
Latham Josephus, chris. bap. Greenville. 
Ross Wm. A. prim. bap. Greenville. 
Stilley C, C. chris, bap. Greenville. 
Pitts Wm. me!jh. (col,) Greenville. 
Wallace Simeon, mis. bap. Greenville. 

MILLS AND OWNERS, 

Brown's, Stancill Dis. Jesse B, Brown. 
Galloway's, Taft Dis„ Jno. Galloway, 
Green's, Greenville, Robt, Green. 
Johnson's, Bumey's Dis. Fred, Johnson. 
Laughinghouae'a, Taft Dis. W. J, Laugh - 

inghouse. 
Perkins' Pactolas, Church'll Perkins, 

PIIYSICIANS. 

Brown Jesse P, Greenville. 
Brown Wm. M, B, Greenville, 
Blount E, J, Pleasant Mt. 
Bernard Wm. A. Greenville. 
House John T, Johnson's mill, 
James F. C, Bethel. 
Mayo P. H. Falkland. 
Morrill Sam'l, Marlboro, 
O'Hagan Chas. J. Greenville. 
Eerrell R M. Pactolas. 
Taft John J, Greenville. 

POST OFFICES & POSTMASTERS. 

Falkland, P, H, Mayo, 
Greenville, John Congleton. 

Marlboro, ■ 

Pactolas, 

Bethel 

Pleasant Mount, 



POLK COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 4,043 

County Seat — Columbus. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, G. W. Logan, 
Clerk Co. Court, G. B, Sanders. 
Clerk Sap. Court, B. S. Abrams. 
Chairman Co. Court, JL M, Hamilton. 
Clerk and M in Eq., Harwell Hicks. 
Coroner, Jesse Rhodes. 

Register, 

Sheriff, N. B. Hampton, 
Surveyor, M M. Hamilton. 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, J. W. Hampton. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS, 

Columbus, bap, S. G, Hamilton. 
Cooper Gap, bap. Wm. Logan, 
Friendship, bap. J, Holbert, 
Green's Ureek, bap. J. McMahan. 
Rockspring, bap., R, Roman, 
Silver Creek, bap, Jas, Blythe, 

Piney Grove, meth, Mr. Ward. 
HOTEL. 

Columbus Hotel, S. G. Hamilton. 
Columbus Hotel, Rob't W. Clark. 

MERCHANTS. 

Clark Robt. Columbus. 
Dimsdale N. Cooper Gap . 
Hicks & Martin, Columbus. 

MINISTERS. 

Blythe Jas. bap, Columbus, 
Blonton J, R, bap. Dinsdale Store, 
Boman R. bap. Rock Spring, 
Page Benj. bap, Columbus, 
Hamilton S, G, bap. Columbus, 
Halbert J. bap, Columbus, 
Logan M. bap. Cooper's Gap. 
McMahon J. bap. Columbus. 

Rains J. F. meth. (local) Columbus. 
Wood — meth. Columbus. 

GOLD MINES. 

Gold mines. White Oak Creek. 
(Mostly branch mines but quite pro- 
ductive.) 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Merchant mill. White Oak, M. Hamilton, 
Merchant mill. Green River, Jas, Jones, 



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Merchant mill, Columbus, Patsy Jackson. 
Merchant mill, Columbus, M. II. Weaver. 
Merchant mill, Cooper Gap. R. H. 

Weaver. 
Rhode's, near Columbus, D. V. Rhodes. 
Smith, Columbus, Tobias Smith. 
Thompson's, Wm. Thompson. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Walker — Columbus. 
Davis J. G. Columbus. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Cooper's Gap, J. E. A. Waldrock. 
Columbus, J. R. Cloud, 



RANDOLPH COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 16,793. 

County Seat — Asheboro'. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Jas. R. BuUa. 
Clerk County Court, John M. Hancock. 
Clerk Sup. Court, B. B. Bulla. 
Chairman Co. Court, B. A. Sellers. 
Clerk & M. in Eq. Sam'l S. Jackson. 
Coroners, Ransom Laudermilk & N. M. 

Kimmery. 
Register, Thomas M. Moore. 
Sheriff, Z. F. Rush. 
Surveyors, A. H. Kindall & Minas Hen- 

shaw. 
Standard Keeper, Alson J. Davis. 
Trustee, Sam. Walker. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Trinity College, B. Cravan, D. D., Pres. 
Science Hill Academy, T. L. L. Cox. 
Asheboro Male Academy, J. H. Brooks. 
Asheboro Female Academy, Mrs. S. E. 

Colton. 
Shiloh Academy, Rev. Mr. Holt. 

Mt. Olivet Academy, 

Glen Cove Academy, Miss Fanny White 

Middleton Academy, 

Oak Grove Seminary, 

New Hope Academy, 



KendeU's Seminary, M.ss Puss Branson. 
Boarding School at Trinity, Miss Duty. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Asheboro, meth. R. P. Bibb. 
Mt. Pisgah, meth. R. P. Bibb. 
Union, near Lasaiter's Mills, meth. J, E. 
Thompson. 



Oak Grove^ meth. J. E. Thompson. 
Glen Cove, meth. R. P. Bibb. 
Ebenezer, near Bumey's Mill, meth. J. 

E. Thompson. 
Salem Church, meth. J. E. Thompson. 
Mt. Tabor, meth. J. E. Thomp.son. 
Hopewell, near Trinity, meth. R. P. 

Bibb. 
New Hope, meth. .T. E. Thompson. 
Mt. Shepperd, meth. J. E. Thompson. 
Franklrnsville, meth. Hiram P. Cole. 
Old Salem, meth. Hiram P. Cole. 
Concord, meth. J. E. Thompson. 
Mosse's meth. R. P. Bibb. 
Old Union, meth. R. P. Bibb. 
Ebenezer, meth. R. P. Bibb. 
Prospect, near Trinity, meth. R. P. Bibb. 
Tiinity College, meth. B. Craven, D. D. 



Rocky Creek Friends, 
New Selem Friends, - 
Uwharie Friends, 



Holly Springs, Friends, 

Malbury, Friends, 

Back Creek, Friends, — 
Hammonds, Friends, — 



Melankthon, luth. Sandy Creek, Mr. 

Steirwalt. 
Liberty Grove, prot. meth. Sandy Creek, 

Brewer's Chapel, prot. meth. near Ashe* 

boro, J. W. Heath. 
Pleasant Grove, prot. meth. Stone Lick, 

J. W. Heath. 

Tabernacle, prot. meth. 

Flag Spring, prot. meth. Stone Lick, J. 

W. Heath. 
Fair Grove, prot meth. Why Not, J. W. 

Heath. 
Dunn's ^ Roads, prot. meth. Cox's Mills, 

J. W. Heath. 



Sandy Creek, prim. bap. 
Mt. Tabor, prim. bap. 



Cedar Falls, mis. bap. E. Crutchfield. 
Asheboro, presb. Dr. Simeon Gallon. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel, Asheboro, Dr. J. J. Hamlin. 
Hotel, Asheboro, J. H. Reid. 
Village Inn, Fmklinton, Nathan Cox. 
Hotel, Trinity College, W. R. Frazer. 

LAWYERS. 

Bulla James R. Asheboro. 
Brooks Col. J. H. Asheboro. 
BuUa B. B. Asheboro. 
Jackson S. S. Asheboro. 
Robbins Marmiduke, Asheboro. 
Reid Geo. W. Asheboro. 



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RANDOLPH. 



MANUFACTORIES. 

Island Ford Manuiacturing Co. Frank- 

linsville, Hugh Parks, A'gt. 
Cedar Falls M'f g Co. Geo. Makepiece, 

Agent 
Deep River M'f g Co. Columbia Factory, 

D. Curtis. 
Union M'fg Co. New Market, J. E. 

Walker, Agent. 
Tannery, New Market, Mr. Gamer. 
Foundery, New Market, Newlin & Co. 
Tannery, Oak Grove, Lassiter & Co. 
Steam Tannery, Bush Hill, A. U. Tom- 

linson & Son. 
General Steam Work Shop, Bush HUl, 

W. C. Petty & Co. 

Bobbin Factory, Cedar Falls, 

Hat Factory, Asheboro, Mr. Smith. 

MERCHANTS. 

Brower Alfred, gen. mer'd'se, Brower's 
Mills. 

Harris J. C. gen. mer'd'se. Caraway. 

Moffitt Hugh L. gen. mer'd'se, MoflBtt's 
Mills. 

Moffitt Benj. gen. mer'd'se, Asheboro. 

Macon Jas E. gen. mer'd'se, fccience Hill. 

Lassiter Johnathan, gen. mer'd'se, Las- 
siter's Mill. 

Shaw (M.) & Co gen. mer'd'se, Trinity 
College. 

Odell (J. M.) & Bro. gen. mer'd'se, Ju- 
lian's M Roads. 

Skeen (M. D.) & Co. gen. mer'd'se, 
Eden. 

Worth & Walker, gen. mer'd'se, Ashe- 
boro'. 

MINISTERS. 

Alford Dr. J. B. meth. Trinity College. 
Craven Braxton, D. D., meth. Trinity 

College. 
Rush Zebedee, meth. Trinity College. 
Smith W. R. meth. (loca ) Asheboro. 
Lewallen Henry, prot meth. Asheboro. 
Dunn Josephus, prot. meth. Cox Mills. 
Hammer Wm. C. jirot. meth. Asheboro. 
Causey Joseph, prot. meth. New Salem. 
Linebury Z. C. piot. meth. New Salem. 
Robbins Nathan, union meth. Gladesb'o. 
Giles Jesse, union meth. Asheboro. 

Colton Dr. Simeon, presb> Asheboro. 

Crutchfield Enoch, bap. Franklinsville. 

Steirwalt — , luth. Sandy Creek. 
Crouse — , luth. Sandy Creek. 

MINES. 
Gold Mine on Little River, Eli Branson. 



Hoover HUl Gold Mine. 

Gold Mine Science HUl, 

Glewis' JMine, west of Asheboro. 
Branch Mines extensively found. 
Jones' Mine, gold. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Branson's, on Pole Cat, Wm. Bransou. 
Bumey's, Bumey's Mills, Wm. Bumey. 
Bush Hill, at Bush HiU, A. U. Tomlin. 

sou & Son. 

Brower's, Fork Creek, 

Cox's, Stone Lick, Dennis Cox. 
Cox's, at Coxes Mill, Micajah Cox. 
Company Mill, Cedar Falls M'fg Co. 
Coltrane's, New Market, John Coltrane. 
Dorsett's, Trinity College, John Dorsett. 

Faust's, at Faust's Mills, ■ 

Gray's, Eden, J. A. Gray. 
Company mill at Franklinsville. 
Humble's, Ashboro', John Hnmble. 
Henly's, Back Creek, Mr. Henly. 

Kemp's, John Kemp. 

Lassiter's, Lassiter's Store, Jon. Las.siter. 
Keerans', Caraway, Isaac Keerans. 
Miller's, Trinity College, K. Miller. 
Rush's, at Rush's Mill, N. Rush. 
Skeen's, Eden, Allen Skeen. 
Steam Flour, Science HiU, Lassiter & 

Bingham. 
Steam Saw and Grist, Asheboro', Wm. 

Glewis, 

Staley's, on Sandy Creek, 

Walker's, near Union Fac. Jesse Walker 
Welbom's, Trin. Col., W. K. Welborn. 
White's, Bush Hill, Isaac White. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Alford J. B. Trinity College. 
Bums W. L. Asheboro'. 
Bruton J. J. New Hope. 
Black Thos. Long's MiUs. 
Bulla A. C. Caraway. 
Brower J. L. Long's Mills. 
Cornier W. H. H. New Market. 
Caviness J. F. Faust's Mills. 
Craven John A. jr., Brower's Mills. 
Fuller Alson, Jone's Mine. 
Graves Jesse, Brower's Mill. 
Graves Calvin E. Trinity College. 
Hayworth M. M. FranMinsville. 
Henley S. A. Hill's Store. 
Halton Alfred, Columbia. 
Hamlin J. J. Asheboro'. 
Sellers B. A. Long's Mills. 
Tomlinson J. M. Bush Hill. 
Underwood G. C. Marley's Mills. 
WoUen Chas. W. New Salem. 
Worth J. Milton, Asheboro', not practi- 
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POST OFFICES & POSTMASTERS. 

Asheboro', Eugene B. McCain. 

Buffalo Ford, 

Brower's Mills, A. Brower. 

Bush Hill, \V. M. Wilson. 

Bumey's ^lills, Sliss Marj- Ilenshaw. 

Cedar Falls, 

Caraway, Mrs. Mary Winslow. 

Eden, John Andrews. 

Franklinsville, Emily Burgess. 

Faust's Mills, G. M. Faust. 

Hoover Hill, Ninevah Rush. 

Hill's Store, Samuel Henley. 

Jone's Mine, Miss Hannah Arnold. 

Jackson's Creek, IMiss M. J. Nance. 

Long's Mills, B. A. Seller.^. 

Lassiter's Mills, Miss Parthenia Mur- 

dock. 
Moffitt's Mills, H. S. Moffitt. 
Marloy's Mills, 



RICHMOND COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 11,009. 

County Seat — Rockingham. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney M. J. McSween. 
Clerk Co. Court, Frank Sandford. 
Clerk Sup. Coui-t, A. T. Cole. 
Chairman Co. Court, Peter McRae. 
Clerk and M, in Eq., John VV. Cole. 

Coroner, 

Register, Wm. R. Terry. 
Sheriff, John A. Long. 
Surveyor, Wm. Graham. 
Standard Keeper, 



Trustee, W. B. Cole. 

Treasurer Pub. Build., Riddick Bowden. 

SCHOOLS. 

Rockingham Academy, A Mc]\Iillan. 
Green Lake Academy, Kelita Sandford. 
Mineral Springs Acad., Mr. McDairmed. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Rockingham, meth. Jas. Wheeler. 
Zion, meth. Jas. Wheelei*. 
Grean Lake, meth. Jas. Wheeler. 
Hebron, meth. Jas. Wheeler. 
Philadelphia, meth. Jas. Wheeler. 
Mount Pleasnt, meth. Jaa. Wheeler. 
Concord, meth. Jas. Wheeler. 
Olivet, meth. Jas. Wheeler. 

Mineral Spring, presb. J. R, Colton. 
Mizpah, presb. A. McMUlan. 
Laurel Hill, presb. 



HOTELS. 

Long's Hotel, Rockingham, R. T. Long. 

LAWYERS. 

Cole John ?.!. Rockingham. 
McSween M. J. Rockingham. 
Blue John G. Laurel Hill. 
Morrison G. M. Laurel Hill. 

MERCHANTS. 

Cole & Covington, Rockingham. 
Gibson Noah, Gibson's Store. 
Little & Bradley, Little's Mills. 
liOng & Cooper, Rockingham. 
McNair & Co. Springfield. 
Long John A. Rockingham. 
I^eak Col. John W. Rockingham. 
Osborn James H. Rockingham. 
Terry Martin V. Rockingham. 
Sandford J. photographist, Springfield. 

MINISTERS. 

Crawson Henry H. meth, (local) Rock- 
ingham. 

Covington Jas. meth. (local) Rock'ham. 

O'Brayan, Jas. W. meth. (local) Bear 
Branch. 

Ledbetter R. S. meth. (local) Rock'ham. 

Sandford Frank, meth. (local) Rockh. 

Sandford Jonathan, meth. (local) Spring- 
field. 

Wheeler Joseph, meth. Rockingham. 

Webb Leonard meth. (local) Bostick's 
Mills. 

McMillan A. presb. Rockingham. 
Bowden N. T. presb. Powelton. 
Colton J. R. presb. Powelton. 

Munroe John, bap Spring Hill. 
Covington R. G. bap. Powelton. 

MILLS AND OWNERS 

Stanback's, Little's Mill P. 0., P. N. 

Stanback. 
Little's, liittle's Mil! P. O.. Jno. P. Little. 
Leak's, Rockingham, W. F. Leak. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Patterson D. N. Little's MUls. 
i Stancill P. W. Rockingham. 
Patterson A. Laurel Hill. 
Morrison G. M. Laurel Hill. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS 

Rockingham, Nancy C. Terry. 
Bear Branch, John \V. Terry. 
Laurel Hill, 



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Gibson's Store, 

Springfield, 

Little's Mills. 



ROBESON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 15, 489. 

C-ounty Seat — Lumberton. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Attorney, 

Clerk Co. Court, Jno. A. Rowland. 
Clerk Sup. Court, H. B. Regan. 
Chairman Co. Court, 



Clerk and M. in Eq. 

Coroner, C. Godwin. 

Register, 

Sheriff, Reuben King. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, Reuben King. 

COLLEGE. 

Floral College (Female,) - 



HOTELS. 

Lumberton Hotel, John A. Rowland. 
Redman's House, Lumberton, Geo. Red- 
man. 

LAWYERS. 

French W. F. Lumberton. 
Leitch Giles, Lumberton. 
McLean Nathaniel, Lumberton. 
McLean N. A. Lumberton. 
McNair Rory, Lumberton. 
Norment W. S. Lumberton. 
Rowland Alfred, Lumberton. 

MERCHANTS. 

Fields it Smith, Shoe Heel. 
Fuller A. W. Lumberton. 
Hartman & French, Shoe Heel. 
Hays (O. S.) & Co. Shoe Heel. 
Kelly Geo. H. Lumberton. 
Lilly (Roal) & Co. Shoe Heel. 
Mygrover Speerman, Lumberton. 
Petteway J as. T. Lumberton. 
Godwin Berry, Lumberton. 
Paschean E. Lumberton. 
Pope (J. T.) & Co. Lumberton. 
Redman George, Lumberton. 
Yonglahn & Bro. Lumberton. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Barnes John A. Lumberton. 
Brown John B. Lumberton. 



Bethune Angus, Red Banks. 
Dick W. A Lumberton. 
Dick John Rnd Banks. 
McLean Hector, Lumberton. 
McLean A. B. Shoe Heel. 
McCallum W. D. Red Bank. 
McArthur David, Red Bank. 
Norment R. M. Lumberton. 
Regan John, Lumberton. 
Smith Daniel, Shoe Heel. 
Smith Duncan, St. Pauls. 
Thompson Charles, Lumberton. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Lumberton, E. Ranche. 

Red Banks, 

Shoe Heel, O. S. Hays. 
St. Pauls, 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 16,746. 

County Seat— Wentworth. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Andrew Boj'd. 

Clerk Co. Court, G. H. Holderby. 

Clerk Sup. Court, 

Chairman Co. Court, Wm. D. Bethel. 
Clerk and M. in Eq. , John Dillard. 

Coroner, 

Register, Mr. Jones, 
Sheriff, James Roberts. 
Surveyor, Milerd King. 
Standard Keeper, 



Trustee, Wheeler Hancock. 
SCHOOLS. 

Leaksville Academy, T. S. Winston. 
Wentworth Academy, D. Barnes. 
Primary School, Mooresville, Sarah L. 

Branson. 
Origon Ilill xlcademy, Dan'l E. Guarent. 
Madison Academy, 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Wentworth, meth. R. G. Barrett. 
Leaksville, meth. J as. C. Thomas. 
Grogarnsville, meth. Jas. C. Thomas. 
Madison, meth. Jas. C. Thomas. 
Eagle Falls, meth. Jas. C. Thomas 
Thomsonville, meth. R. G, Barrett. . 
Mt. Carmel, meth. R. G. Barrett. 

Palestine, prot. meth. A. Gray. 

New Bethel, chris, M. Dean. 

Leaksville, epis. 



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Leaksville, bap. 

Madison, bap. Mr. Griffin. 

Wcutworth, piesb. Mr. Jordan. 
Madison, presb. Mr. Jordan. 

HOTELS. 

Rockingham Hotel, Wentworth, James 

Wright. 
Wentworth Hotel, Jas. Hall. 
Madiaon Hotel, Black & Vaughn. 
Reidflvile Hotel, Mr, Gates. 

LAWYERS. 

Boyd A. Reidsviile. 
Dillard John. Wentworth, 
Foy B. F. Madison. 
Go'rroU Samuel, Madison. 
Dandi'idge Thos. Madison. 
Reynolds T, J. Lcakavilie. 
Kains J. li. Wentworth. 
Reid Daniel S. Wentworth. 
Settle Thos. Wentworth. 
Scales A. M. Wentworth. 
Smith Walter, j\Iadison. 
Wall Robt. Ruflin. 
Ward — , Wentworth. 
Waddell J. D. Madison. 
Johns — , Leaksville. 

SLiNUFACTORIES. 

Cotton Factory, Leaksville, Turner 
Morehead. 

Foundry. Leakeville, Burton & Co. 

Tobacco Factory, LeaLsviUe, Martin 
Grogan. 

Wool Carding, Leaksville, Mr. Morehead, 

Tobacco i'actory Madison, Caldwell «fc 
Son. 

Tobacco Factory, Madison, McGehee & 
Reynolds. 

Wool Carding, JIadison, iV. M. Searcy. 

Tobacco Factory, Reidsville, R. P. Rich- 
ardson. 

Coach Factory, Wentworth, T. Ratliff. 

Cabinet Shop, Moore's mill, .7. W. Moore. 

Tannery, Madison, Drury Smith, 

Tannery, Leaksville, Field & Co. 

Coach Factory. Wentworth, D. K. Kum- 
phrie.s. 

MERCHANTS. 

Burton & Co. LeaksviUo. 
('ardwell & Co. iladLson, 
Black & Vaughn, MadiBon. 
Fitzgerald i^ Co. Rnffin. 
E!lingt<iu tV Co, diy goods, Wentwonh. 
Lomai H. P. dry goods, Wentworth. 
Lind8ey<Wm.) & Co. Reidsville. 
Morehead Turner, Leaksville. 



McGehee & Reynolds, Madison, 
.lohnson Thos. Wentworth. 
Reynolds & Field, Leaksville. 
Ray & Co. Leaksville. 
Reynolds & Price, Leaksville. 
Robertson & C!o. Leaksville. 
Scroggina — Madison, 
Smith Drury. Madison. 
Scott Wm. Wentworth. 
Ratliff Thos. dry goods, Wentworth. 
Richardson R. P. Reidsville. 
'J'hompson & Co. Reidsville. 
Wright Newton, Wentworth. 

MINISTERS. 

Barrett R. G. meth., Wentworth. 
Thomas J. C. meth., Madison. 
Field Benton, meth., (local) Leaksville. 
Endaly Eiisha, meth. (local) Lime Kiln^ 

•Jordan — presb., Madison. 

Griffin — bap., Madison, 

Gray Alsou, prot. meth., Madisor. 

Dean M. chric, Madison. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Merchant Flour, SladLson, Drury Smith. 
Merchant Flour, Leaksville, Martin 

Giogan. 
Flour mill, Tjcaksville. Thos. Galloway. 
Flour and Saw mill, Leaksville, Benton 

Field. 
Mour t.nd Saw, Leaksvilln, T. Morehead, 
Saw mill, Reidsville, R. P. Richardson 
Saw, Flour and Oil, Madison, A. M. 

Searcy, 
Saw mill. Reidssalle, Wm. Lindsay & Co, 
Flour mill, Troublesome, Lawson Wright. 
Saw and Flour, Troublesome, Goo. D. 

Raid. 
Saw and Flour, Troublesome, E. Wade, 
Saw and Flour, Troublesome, J. T. 

Morehead. 
Flour and Saw, Wentworth, Al. Lomax. 
Saw mill, Madison, II. Foy. 
Flour and Saw, Madison. Jas. W. Moore. 
Steam Saw and Flour, Madison. Card- 

weil & Son. 

PHYSICIANS. 

C'oTirts Jas. W. Ruffin, 
iiains John R Weut^vorth. 
Reynolds Thos. Leaksville. 
Waddiil J. W. MadLson. 
Johns — Le«k.sviile. 
Field Thos. Leaksville. 
DeJoumett Geo. Ruffin. 



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ROWAN. 



POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Wentworth, Ne.al Ellington. 
Reidsvillo, Mr. Terry. 
Troublesome, Ann Pearson. 
]\Iadison, M. S. Black. 
Leaksville, Jone.s W. Burton. 
Kuffin, 



ROWAN CODNTY. 

Population in 1860 14,589 

County Seat— Salisbuky. 
Population of Salisbury in 1860—3,420. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Wm. Bailey. 
Clerk County Court, Abadiah Woodson. 
Clerk Sup. Court, A. Judson Mason. 
Chairman Co. Court, D. A. Davis. 
Clerk & M. in Eq. Luke Blackmer. 
Coroner, Benj. F. Fraley. 
lieg-ister, John S. Henderson. 
Sheriff, Wm. A. Walton. 
Surveyor, Chas. F. Wagg-oner. 
Standard Keeper, Wm. Brown. 
Trustee, Jas. S. McCubbins. 
Special Court, John G. Fleming & Paul 
A. Sifford. 

SCHOOLS. 

Male Classical School, Salisbury, John 

II. Wharton. 
Town School, Salisbury, ]\Irs, Barker & 

Miss Utzman. 
Private School, Salisbury, Miss Wren. 

CHURCHES & PASTORS. 

Salisbury, presb. Jethro Rumple. 
Salisbury, (col.) presb. Wm. jM. Dorland. 
Third Creek, presb. Mt. Vemou,;Wm. A. 

Wood. 
Unity, presb. Woodleaf, ^^'m. A. Wood. 

FrnnJclin, presb. Salisbury, 

Thyatira, presb. Salisbury, 

Back Creek, presb. , Mr. Watts. 

Salisbury, mcth. Calvin Plyler. 
Salisbury, meth. Thos. Henderson, (col.) 
Wesley's Chapel, meth. J. F. Smoot. 
I'tue Church, meth. J. F. Smoot. 
Salisbury, bap. Harry Cowan, (col ) 
St. Luke, epis. Salisbury, J. H. Tillin- 

ghast. 

Salisbury, luth. W. H. Cone. 

Organ Church, luth. 

Stone Church, luth. 



HOTELS & BOARDINU HOUSES. 

Boyden House, Salisbury, C. S. Brown, 
3Iansion House, Salisbury, Wm. Rowzio. 
Boarding House, Salisbury, Mrs. Michael 
Brown. 

LAAVYERS. 

Boyden & Bailey, Salisbury. 
Blackmer & McCorcle, Salisbury. 
Craige & Craige, Salisbury. 
Kerr Jos. E. Salisbury. 
Robbins Wm. Mc. Salisbury. 
Henderson John S. Salisbury. 
Jones & Jones, Sali.sbury. 
Cardwell Richard A. Salisbury. 
Shober F. E. Salisbury. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Tobacco Factory, Salisbury, Dr. Chcen. 

Tobacco Fac'ry, Salisbury, 

Tobacco Fac'ry, Salisbury, Merouey & 

Bro. 
Carriage Fac'ry, Salisbury, W. H. Smith 
Cari-iage Factory, Salisbury, Wm. M. 

Barker. 
Steam Plaining MiU, Salisbury, Mero- 

ney & Bro. 
Cabinet Shop, Sam. R. Harrison. 
Cabinet Shop, Salisbury, Henry Moore 

& Co. 

MERCHANTS, &c. 

Wise Geo. shoe shop, Salisbury. 
Carrell H. A. shoe shop, Salisbury. 
Casper Henry, shoe shop, Salisbury. 
Lambeth Wm. shoe shop, Salisbury. 
Jjiugham & Co. Salisbury. 
Crawford & Heilcg, Salisbury. 
Euniss John H. drugs, Salisbury. 
Bitting John W. Salisbury. 
McCubbina, Fo.ster & Co., Salisbury. 
Mock (A. J.) «fc (!o. Salisbury. 
Merouey & Bro. Salisbury. 
Knox (John M. ) & Co. Salisbury, 
llowerton Wm. II. Salisbury. 
Sullivan & Co. Salisbury. 
Eunis J. II. books, Salisbury. 
Suydam Geo. H. Salisbury. 
Price Chas. M. tailor. 
Stockton John A. tailor, Salisbury. 
Jar vis Moses W. Salisbury. 
WUliford Jesse A. tailor, Salisbury. 
Kelly Joseph, Salisbury. 
Hall John, retail liquor, Salisbury. 
Beuceuie Anthony, confectionaries, Sal- 
isbury. 
Snider ,Iohn A. retail liquor, Salisbuiy. 
Davis L. M. jeweler, Salisbury. 
Horah Joseph, jeweler, Salisbury. 



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Patron — , retail liquor, Salisbury. 1 

Pearson (G. B.) & Co. drugs, Salisbury. \ 
Wilson Wra. jeweler, Salisbury. | 

Jackson Mrs. miliner, Salisbury. ] 

Brown Mrs. miliner, Salisbury. 
Crawford Thos. M. libery stables, Salis- 
bury. 
Bencenie M. A. liv'ry stables, Salisbury. 

MINES. 

Gold Hill, owned by two Northern com- 
panies and being worked. 
Hill Mine, gold, Sam. R. Harrison. 
Richie Mine, gold, Sam. R. Harrison. 

Chambers Gold Mine, 

Rimer Gold Mine, Northern companies. 
Lyerly Gold 3Iine, Baltimore company. 

MINISTERS. 

Plyler Calvin, meth. Salisbury. 
Henderson Thos. meth. (col.) Salisbury. 
Haughton Zack, meth. (col.) Salisbury. 
Smoot Jaa. F. meth. Rowan Circuit. 
Triplett Thos. Iv. meth. East Rowan 
Circuit. 

Borland Wm, M. presb. Salisbury. 
Rumple Jethro, presb. Salisbury. 
Tillinghast J. H. epis. Salisbury. 
Cone W. H. luth. Salisbury. 
Lambeth Wm. bap. Salisbury. 
Cowan Harry bap. (col.) Salisbury. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Jones Isaac W. country. 

Roseman M. J. country. 

Whitehead (M.) & Hender.son (C. A.) 

Shinepoch — , Gold Hill. 

Caldwell Julius A. Salisbury. 

Luckey F. N. country. 

Summerell J. J. Salisbury. 

Ramsey J. G. country. 

Nesbitt A. M. S;\lisbury. 

Krider — , country. 

Long Alex, (not practicing,) Salisbury. 

Lock — , country. 

Ilowerton W. H. (not prac.) Salisbuiy. 

Chunn M. L. country. 

Wood D. B. country. 

Fraley — , country. 

Sifford P. A. country. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Salisbury, Anthony Bencenie. 
Gold UOl, Ephraim Money. 
Mt. Vernon, J. Krider. 

Amity Hill, 

Woodleaf, 

China Grove, ■ 
Rowan Mills, 



RUTHERFORD COUNTY. 

PoruLATiON IN 1860 11,573 

County Seat— RuTUERFOBDTON. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, G. W. Logan. 
Clerk County Court, .T. B. Eaves. 
Clerk Sup. Court, .J. B. Carpenter. 
Chairman Co. ('ourt, H. Harrell. 
Clerk & M. in Equitj', A. Mooney. 
Register, R. J. Williams. 
Sheriff, Martin Walker. 
Surveyor, A. -J. Scoggins. 
Standard Keeper, 
Trustee, Eli McArthur. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bill's Creek, bap. Wm. H. Logan. 
Webb's Ford, bap. Wm. Harrell. 
Rutherfordton, bap. T. B. Justice. 
Rutherfordton, meth. Dan'l May. 
Rutherfotdton, presb. Nathan Shotwell. 

HOTEL. 

Planter's Hotel, Rutherfordton, Carter 
Burnett. 

LAWYERS. 
Carson, Jos. L. Rutherfordton, 
Justice Michael, Rutherfordton. 
Logan G. W. Rutherfordton. 
Whitesides G. M. Rutherfordton. 

MERCHANTS. 

Craton John M. liutherfordton. 
Clark & Sumner, Rutherfordton. 
Carpenter & McArthur, Rutherfordton. 
Fagg J. L. Rutherfordton. 
Jones John, Rutherfordton. 
Mitchel & Suttle, Rutherfordton. 
May Daniel, Rutherfordton. 

MINISTERS. 

Ilamby Allen, meth. (local) Ruther- 
fordton. 

May Daniel, meth. (local,) Rutherford- 
ton. 

Justice T. B. baji. Rutherfordton. 
Logan Wm. II. bap. Hubb's Ford. 
Howell Win. bap. Webb's Ford. 
Shotwell Nathan, presb. Rutherfordton. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Craton John M. Rutherfordton. 
Duffy! Thos. S. Rutherfordton. 



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SAMPSON. 



Harris John N. Rutherf ordton. 
Jones John, dentist, Rutherfordton. 
Miles Ladison, Britain. 
Padgett B. H. dentist, Rutherfordton. 
Rucker Jas. L. Rutherfordton. 
ISfabors A. H. Brittain. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Brittain, Dick Lawson, 
Logan's Store, Mike Freeman. 
Rutherfordton, G. Kerr Dick. 
Webb's Ford, M. L. Webb. 

SAMPSON COUNTY? 

Population in 1860 16,034. 

Coxinty Seat— Clinton. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Lucian Homes. 
(Jlerk Co. Court, Wm. Ashely Mathes. 
Clerk Sup. Court, James Morisey. 
Chairman Co. Court, Rich'd C. Homes. 
Clerk and M. in Eq., Lucian Homes. 

Coroner, 

Register, Amy Cheatnntt, 
Sheriff, James Robertson, 
Surveyor, Robert Mackey. | 

Standard Keeper, 1 

Trustee, ! 

SCHOOL. I 

Clinton Female Ina'tute, Rev. Mr. Graves. 

CHURCHES MW PASTORS. | 

Clinton, meth., J. H. Robbina. ! 

Bethel, meth., .J. 11. Robbina. | 

Johnson's Chapel, meth., J. II. Robbing, i 
Salem, meth., J. II. Robbins. 

Boykin's Chapel, bap., Clinton, Hugh ' 

McKilpiru 
Lisbon, bap., Lisbon, Mr. Stevrart. i 

Clinton, bap., Mr. Stewart. | 

Corinth, bap., McDaniel's X Roads, Wra. j 

S. Mel^vin. i 

Old Fork, bap., McDaniel's X Roads, { 

Mr. Stewart. i 

Big Swamp, bap., Owenaville, • — • 

Clinton, episcopal, I 

Clinton, presbyterian, Mr. Gibbs. ! 

HOTEL. ! 

I 

Sampson Hotel, Clinton, Mr. Patrick. j 

LAWYERS. 

Homes Lucian, Clinton. t 

Moore Mourice A. Clinton. 1 



Stewart • Clinton. 

McCoy John A. Clinton. 

MERCH.YSTS. 

Brunson Junius, Lisbon. 

Bnmson Ch'a. Cro.s8 Roads. 

Border (Wm.) «feBro. liquors, Clinton. 

Carter &Bro. (Wm. & S.) Lisbon. 

(riddins .Tones, Clinton. 

Howell Joseph, near Clinton. 

Hubbard 8c Johnson, Clinton. 

Johnson (Alfred) & Son, Clinton. 

Johnson Ch's. Clinton, 

Lee Tho.«!. Clinton. 

Lee Henry, near Clinton. 

Simmons (Josiah) & McLenon, (Howard) 

[McDonald's X Roads. 
Tread well Dodd, Lisbon. 

MINISTERS. 

Owens Miles, meth., (local,) McDonalds 

i^ Road,g. 
Robbina J. H. meth,, Clinton. 
Burkhead, L. S. meth., Clinton. 

Morton Ed. bap., McDonalds '/\ Roads. 

McKelpin Hugh, bap., Cliton. 
} MeIvin,W. S. bap., McDonalds X Roads. 
• Stewai'd — bap., Lisbon, 

Graves — presb., Clinton. 
Gibba — presb., Clinton. 

I MILLS AND OWNERS. 

I Steam Saw and Gri.'^t, McDonalds 

I Roads, Dan! Mehnn. 

' Saw and Grist, McDonalds K Roads, 

I George Smith. 

[ Saw and Grist, Ijisbon, .Tas. Armstrong. 

Saw and Grist. Clinton, Lofben Boyken. 
t Grist, Lisbon, Owen .Johnson. 
[ Grist, McDonalds M Roads. Mrs. Wright. 
I Saw and Grist, I>isbon. Rev. Jl P. Bibb. 
I Grist, Lisbon. Cador \''aun. 

Grist, Cross Roads, E. B. Owens. 

PHYSICIANS. 

BizzeU Henry, Clinton. 
BizxoU .Tames, Clinton. 
Lee — Clinton. 
Mosely Robert, Clinton. 
Meeks — Clinton. 
Holmes — Clinton. 
Murphy Rob't Tate, Clinton. 
Pearsal Jr. Dixon, C'linton. 
Parker C. J. Owensville. 
Robertson Lucian, Lisbon. 
Sloan David D. Ijisbon. 
Sidney — Clinton. 



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POST OFFICES & POJ^T MASTERS. 

Clinton, .Tolm Iloberts. 

Owonsville 

Lisbon 

McDonalds ><! Roads 



STMLY COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 7,-SOl. 

County Seat— Albkm All L. 

COUNTY OFFICEKS. 

Attorney, W. J. Montgomery. 
Clerk Co. Court, L. Greene. 
Clerk Sup. Court, J. M. Kedwine. 
Chairman C'o. Court, J. VV. 31orton. 

Clerk and M. in Eq. ■ 

Coroner, ■ 

Eegister, 

Sheriff, Jonathan Maua. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, • 

Trustee, 



Associate members of Co. 
Hunnycutt, A. J. Shanklo. 

HOTELS. 



Court. A. 



Albemarl Hotel, Elen Ileame. 
Stanly House, Joseph Marshall. 

LAWYEK. 

ilontgoraery W. J. Albemarl. 

MANUFACTORY. 

Cotton Factory, Milledgeville, on the 
Yadkin Kiver, Valentine Manney. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bennett & Sons, Xorwrood. 
Green L. Albemarl. 
Heame J. I). Albemarl. 
Hosky & Heili}?, Big liick. 
Ramsey J. T. Albemarl. 
Watkin.s W. U. Norwood. 

MINISTERS. 

Atkins A. F. meth., (local) Albemarl. 
Puett .J. W. meth., (local) Albemarl. 
Whitlock Alex, (local) Albemarl 
Foreman C. C. bap., Albemarl. 
Morton Hezekiah, baji. , .LVlbemarl. 
Littleton .T. R. bap., Albemarl. 
Littleton AVesley, bap., Albemarl. 
Clark Mitchell, prim, bap., Big Liok. 



STOKES. 



MIXES. 

The Heam Gold Mine. 
The Heathcock Gold ]\IinG. 
The Parlier Gold JMine. 
The Crowell 6: Pennington Gold 3Iiae. 
All of these mines promise to be quite 
productive. 

MILLS AjS^D OWNERS. 

Carter's, Robert A Carter. 
Broadaway's, II. M. Broadaway. 
Ingram's, Jeremiah Ingram, 
Grist MiU. Bennett ik, Sons, 
EOrd's, S. II. Efird. 
Foreman's, C. (;. Foreman. 
Fesperman's, BDchael Fesperraan. 
Pemiington's, J. S. Pennington, 
Kirk's, .James P. Kirk, 
Mauney's, V. Mauney. 
Companv MUl. Smith & Laniar. 
D.avis', E. \V. Davis. 
Heame'Sj Eben Hearae. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Anderson Richard, Albemarl. 
Lilley W. H. Albemarl. 
Shankle A. jr.. Albem.arl. 
WaddeU W. T. Norwoods. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS, 

Albemarl, J. M. Bevins. 
Norwoods, W. H. Watkins. 



STOKES COUNTY. 

Porri.ATioN IN 18G0 10,403. 

County Seat— I3an>u;i{Y. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, A. H. Joyce. 
Clerk Co. Court, Joel F. HiU. 
Clerk Sup. Court, J. G. II. Mitchell, 
{."hairman Co. Court, Adam Sterling. 
<.lerk and M. in Eq. Jasper W. Davis. 
Coroner, G. H, Nickelson. 
Couuty Surveyor, N. M. Pepper. 
Register, H. Williams. 
Sheriff. W H. Gentry. 
Trustee, J. T. W. I^ans. 
Standard Keeper, 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

ColesvUIe, prim, bap., S. J. Lackey. 
Ctermantou, prim, bap., Rob'tW. Hill. 

j Pine Hall, meth., E. J, Endailey. 



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STOKES. 



HOTEL. 

Danbury Hotel, W. W. McCanless, prop. 

LAWYERS. 

Davis Jasper W. Walnut Cove. 
Joice A. H. Danbury. 
Steadman A, J. Danbury. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Tobacco Factory, Colesvillc, Scales N. M. 
Tannery, Colesville, Thomas F. I'rather. 

MEKCKANTS. 

Bitting .John W. dry goods, &e., Ger- 
man ton. 

Gibson Isaac S. dry goods, &c., Ger- 
manton. 

Jordan Marcellus, dry goods, &c., Ger- 
manton. 

Lash Wm. A. dry goods, & Walnut Cove. 

Martin Nicholas, di-y goods, &c., Coles- 
ville. 

I'rather Thos. F. dry goods, &c., Danbury. 

MILL AND MILL OWNER. 

Westmoreland's Mill, Germanton, Silas 
Westmoreland. 

MINISTERS. 

Eudaily E. .T. Pine Hall, moth. 
Foy Miles, Little Yadkin, meth. 

Hill Robert W. prim. bap. 
Lackey S. J. Colesville, prim. bap. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Rynum II. W. Germanton. 
Cole W. W. Walnut Cove. 
Foy Miles, Little Yadkin. 
Flippin, S. M. Westfield, 
Hay Jl. D. Colesville. 
1 1 ill L. IL Germanton. 
Gibson Wm. N. Germanton. 
King W. S. Tom's Creek. 
McCanlesB W. W. Danbury. 
Moir R. F. Francisco. 
Peatross J. L. Colesville. 
Pepper John, Danbury. 
Pepper .7. K. Wilson's Store. 
Pringle Franklin, Colesville. 
Scales Nath'l M. Colesville. 
Smith Darien, Colesville. 
Westmoreland Silas, Germanton. 

POST OFFICES & POSTMASTERS. 

Germanton, Marcellus Jordan. 
Danbury, W. W. McCanless. 



SURRY. 



Martin's Lime Kiln, Mrs. Harriett Smith. 
Wilson's Store, J. H. Leake. 
Walnut Cove, Wm. A. Lash. 



SURRY COUNTY. 

j Population in 1860 10,^^80. 

County Seat — DonsON. 

! COUNTY OFFICERS. 

' Attorney, .Tos. Dobson. 

I Clerk Co. Court, H. C. Hampton. 

j Clerk Sup. Court, A. H. Freeman. 

Chairman Co. Court, Elijah Thomp.ion. 
I Clerk and M in Eq., J. F. Graves. 

Coroner, John Bonner. 

Register, Richard Martin. 

Sheriflt, Wm. Hayman. 

Surveyor, GJilbort A. Lowe. 

Standard Keeper, Mr. Pedigo. 

Trustee, T. S. Welsworth. 

SCHOOLS. 

Female School, Mt. Airy, Miss E. A. 

Gilmer. 
Mt. Airy Male Academy, Davidson & 

Hill. 
Male Academy, Rockford, Rev. A. 

Weaver. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Ebenezer, meth 



Flat Shoals, moth. — 
Hick's Chapel, meth. 
Hebron, meth. 



Mt. Airy, meth. M. L. Wood. 

New Hope, meth. 

Oak Grove, meth. M. Ij. Wood. 
Salem, meth. M. L. Wood. 

Siloam, meth. ■ — ■ 

War Hill, meth. 

Ararat, prim. bap. .lohn Jones. 

Codies Creek, prim. bap. 

Flat Top, prim. bap. 

Fish River, prim. bap. 

Franklin M. II. prim. baji. 

Mitchels River, prim. bap. John Jones. 
Round Peak, prim. bap. Hugh Jones. 
Snow Creek, prim bap. John Jones. 
State Road, prim. bap. — 

White Plains, mis. bap. Mr. Lewcllyn. 

HOTELS. 

Dobson Hotel, Richard Martin. 
Mt. Airy Hotel, M. R. Banner. 



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Hotel, Mt. Airy, Elisliii Banner. 
Hotel, Mt. Airy, Win. Kawley. 

LAWYERS. 

Cloud John M. Dobson. 
Graves Josse F. Mt. xViry. 
Gilmer Jas. C. Mt. Airy. 
Norman W. M. Rockford. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton and Woolen Mill, Mt. Airy, J. 

W. Brower. 
Tobacco Factory, Mt. Aairy, W. 31. 

Banner. 
Tobacco Factory, Mt. Airy, Prather & 

Baimcr. 
Cotton Factory, Elkin, Ford & Sons. 

MERCHANTS. 

Allred S. T. Mt. Airy. 
Blackwell J. J. Rockford. 
Brower & Gilmer, Mt. Airy. 
Ford & Sons, Elkin. 
Gilmer S. L. Mt. Airy. 
Gilmer (Robt. S.) & Co. Mt. Airy. 
Gilmer & Moore, Mt. Airy. 
Long W. W. Rockford. 
Leighman & Butner, Stimy Ridge. 
Moore (W. A.) & Co. Mt. Airy. 
Prather & Rawley, Mt. Airy. 
Prather Thomas F. Mt. Airy. 
Waugh n. M. Dobson. 

MINISTERS. 

Jones John, prim. bap. Dobson. 
Jones Hugh, prim. bap. 

Lewellyn, mis. bap. 

Rawley Wm. meth. (local) Mt. xViry. 
Wood M. L. meth. Mt. Airy. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Osbom Thos. M. Dobson. 
Banner C. L. Mt. Airy. 
Banner Mathew R. dentist, Mt. Airy. 
Clement Geo. W. Rockford. 
Folger M. G. Rockford. 
Hollinsworth Joseph, Mt. Airy. 
Hallingsworth Wm. R. Mt. Airy. 
:Mitchell J. T. dentist. Mt. Airy. 
WolfE N. A. Stony Ridge. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Dobson. R. F. McGuffin. 
Flat Shoal, .Joel Hamson. 
Mt. Airy, Hiram P. Allred. 
Rockford, L. H. Barnes. 
Tom's Creek, Sam'l H. Taylor. 



TRAXSYLVANIA COUNTY. 

(EllECTED SINCE THE LAST CENSUS.) 

County seat— Brevard. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, 

Clerk Co. Court, G. Orr, 
(Jlerk Sup. Court, O. L. Erwin. 
Chairman Co. Court, R. H. Hamilton. 

Clerk and M. in Eq., 

Coroner, J. W. Clayton. 
Register, J. Bracken, Jr. 
Sheriff, G. W. Wilson. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 



Trustee, G. 0. Neill, Jr. 

Treas. Public Buildings. B. C. Lankford. 

iR. Hamilton. 
S. Wilson. 
J. L. Leonard. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

B-VfTIST. 

Bethel, Cathey's Creek, J. H. Duckworth- 

Boilstone, Davitlson River.JA. W. Brooks. 

Blue Bidge, Cedar Mountain, M.E.Smith. 

Cathev's Creek, G. W. Brooks. 

Cormth,Cathey's Creek, J. H. Duckworth. 

East Fork, (Jherry Field. T. Looper. 

Enon, Davidson River. A. W. Beck, 

Little River, Cathey's Creek, J. H. Duck- 
worth. 

Macedonia, Cathey's Creek, J. H. Duck- 
worth. 

Pleasant Valley, Cherry Field, S. Butler. 

Shoal Creek, Cathey's Creek, W. C. Dunn. 

Zion, Cherry Field, M. Mason. 

METHODIST. 

Brevard, A. F. English. 
Brevard, W. P. Done. 
Dennis' Rock, A. F. English. 
East Fork, A. F. English, 
Little River, A . F. English. 
Oak Grove, Mr. Bomar. 
pine Grove, Mr. Bomar. 

Davidson's River, presby., R. H. Chop- 
man, D. D. 

Davidson's River, presby., U. S. A., J. C. 
Larson. 

SCHOOLS. 

Corinth Academy, Cherry Field. 
Davidson's River Academy, Davidson's 

River. 
French Broad Academy, Brevard. 

HOTEL. 

J Brevard Hotel, W. W. Moore, proprietor. 



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LAWYERS. 

Duckworth W. B. Brovanl. 
Whitmore F. J. Barevai'd. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bennett & Yancey, Brevard. 
J)iickvvovtb Win. Cheny Field, 
Ervviu Gash & Sons, Brevard, 
].,ankford B. C. Davidson's Fiiver. 

MINISTERS. 

Beck A. W. bap., Davidson's River. 
Chapman R. H. jjreeb.. Abbeville. 
Carson J. C. presb., Jlills River. 
J)uun W. (J. bap , ('berry Field. 
Brooks — ■ bap., y)unii's Rock. 
Dunn \y. C. bap.. Cathoy's Creek. 
Duckworth. J. li. bap., Cathey'a Creek. 
Mason M. ban.. Cherry Field. 
English, A. F. metb.. i)avidsou's River, 
lioinar — metb., Brevard, 
Kngiand A. A. meth., Brevai-d. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Brevard, S. King. 
AV'est Fork, John Owens, Sr. 
West Fork, G. Sbaford, 
West Fork, John Owens, Jr. 
Cherry Field, J. AL Morgan. 
J^avis', E. Davis. 
Davidson's River, H. Cagle. 
Dunn's Rock, B. F. Atkins. 
Dunn's Rock, A. W. Beck, 
lOastator, G. W. Whetmire, 
F;astfork. J. (xillespie. 
Gloucestor, W. R. Galloway. 
Gloucester, W. R. Garren, 
XVilliams', Elizabeth V\ iliiams. 
Island Ford, B. F. Aken. 
Kiny's S. Kiug. 
Little River, Sbaford &:■ Bros. 
Morgan's, J. M. Morgan. 
WiJliiimsoa's Creek, W. WiUon. 
North Fork, "W. Robiiisou. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Brooks W. Diimi's Rock. 
Harris .! . A. Brevard. 
.Tones .). M. Brevard. 
Lyday A J. Davidson's River. 

MECHANICS. 

Orr Joshua, Can>cnter. Davidson's River. 
Sbaford Geo. Milldght, Davidson's Mill. 
Clayton Geo. Carjienter, Brevard. 
England Ephriam. Carpenter, Brnvaid. 
Orr Eph. Carpenter. Dadvidson's River. 



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POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Brevard, Win. AY. IMoore. 
Claytonsville, .1. H. Hood. 
Cherry Field, .1. Ja Seniard, 
Cathey's Creek, J. Hamblen. 
Dunn's Rock, G. C. Neill, 
Davidson's River, E. Patton. 
Payetteville, J as. H, Hood. 



TYRRELL COUNTY. 

j Po!•l:LATIo^^ IX 1860 4.044 

i 

I County Seat — CoLCMBiA. 

I COUNTY OFFICERS. 

i 

{ Attorney, L. C. Latham. 

Clerk County Court, T'hos. iUexander. 

Clerk Superior Court, Joseph Norman. 
I Chairman Co. (.'ourt, Chas. .McCIecse. 

Clerk & M. in E^. Eli Spruill. 

Coroner, 

Regiister, Tbos Alexander. 

Sheriff, Bartlett Jones, jr. 

Surveyor, 

SttJidard Keeper, > 

Trustee, Bartlett Jones, jr. 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Columbia, .Tobn McCIeese. 
Hotel, Columbia, N, E. Owens. 

LAWYER. 

Thomas J. Jarvis, Columbia. 
MERCHAXTS. 

Spniill Eli, gen. mer'd'se, Columbia. 

Davenport 'rully, geu. mer. Columbia. 

Jarvis T. J. geu. mer'd'se, Columbia. 

Ha[iper W. il. geu. mer'd'se, Columbia. 

< .'arstarpheu VV. 1). g«:ii. mer. CJolmnbia. 
I Owena J{. K iS; A . 1>. geu. mer. ('olunibia. 
j Spruili (Bon.} ik t>oi\. gen. mer'd'se, 
Columbia. 

1 MILLS AND OWNERS. 

I 

! GrLst, Coliunbia. iion, Spi-uill oi Son. 
j Grifil., Columbia, Wilson S. Davenport. 
Gritit, Columbia, Tully Davenpott. 

I PHYSICIANS. 

Leigh Edgar. Columbia^ 
! Ransom Edward, Columbia. 



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UNION COUNTY. 

POPULATIOK IN 1860 11,302. 

County Seat — Monroe. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, S. H. Walkup. 

Clerk Co. Coixrt J. E. Irby. 

Clerk Sup. Court, W. H. Simpson. 

Chairman Co. Court, F. L. Wyatt. 

Clerk & M. in Eq., Thos. D. Winchester. 

Coroner, Darling Brown. 

Register, J. W. Holm. 

Sheriff, C. Austin. 

Surveyor, ^Mr. Holm. 

Standard Keeper, Joseph McClellen. 

Trustee, Lemuel Pressey. 

SCHOOLS. 

Monroe Academy, S. S. S. McCauley. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Maple Spring, meth., Beaver Dam, L. 

Scarborough. 
Monroe, meth., John R. Little. 
Smyrna, meth., Monroe, Lewis Scarboro'. 
Bethesda, meth., Monroe, L. Scarboro'. 
Philadelphia, meth., Mon., L. Scarboro'. 
Mt. Moriah, meth., Mon., L. Scarboro'. 

Meadow Branch, bap., Monroe, E. L. 

Davis. 
Monroe, bap., Pet Snider. 
Olive Branch, bap., Mon., E. L. Davis. 
Faulks', bap., Beaver Dam, .J. W. Davis. 
Bethel, bap., Beaver Dam, P. N. Snider. 

Philadelphia, bap., Monroe, 

Waxaw, bap., Wilson's Store, 

Blackjack, prot. meth., Beaver Dam, 

HOTELS. 

Union Hotel, Monroe, ,Tohn Austin. 
Hotel, Monroe, James Bickett. 

LAWYERS. 

Walkup S. H. jMonroe. 
McCauley C. M. T. Monroe. 

MERCHANTS. 

Fitzgerald W. T[. ]\Ionroe. 
Houston John P. Monroe. 
Baucom & Barnett, Olive Branch. 
Holm Si. Wyatt, Monroe. 
McLaughlin S. C. drugs, Monroe. 
Morgan & Robinson, Olive Branch. 
Ogburu W. C. Monroe. 



Winchester & Thomas, Monroe. 

Shult John, Monroe. 

Steel & Crow, WalkersviUe. 

MINISTERS. 

Little John R. meth., Monroe. 
Scarborough Lewis, meth., Monroe. 
Wood Landy, meth., AVolfville. 
Irby J. E. meth., (local) Monroe. 

Snider Philip N. bap., Monroe. 
Davis E. L. bap., Olive Branch. 
Davis J. W. bap., Beaver Dam. 

MINES. 

Gold Mine, Wolfville, Cureton & Co. 

Davis Mine, Wolfville, 

Stuart Mine, Cabum's store, Hugh 
Downing, Agent. 

Harkness Gold Mine, Monroe. 

Dismuke Gold Mine, Monroe, 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Cuthbertson's, Monroe, John D. Cuth- 

bertson. 
Grist mill, Wolfville, Howard & Bro. 
Grist, Monroe, Stephens & Bro. 
Grist, Monroe, Eli Stuart's heirs. 
Grist, Monroe, William Crow. 
Grist, Monroe, D. B. Medlen. 
Grist, Monroe, John E. Austin. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Alexander E. C. Monroe. 
Bickett Thos. W. IMonroe. 
Blair J. I. Olive Branch. 
Bost A. J. Olive Branch. 
Lee James F. Monroe. 
McLaughlin S. C. Monroe. 
Redwine Thos. W. Wolfville. 
Smith D. M. Olive Branch. 
AYilliams J. J. Walkersville. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Beaver Dam, David F. Webb. 
Coburn's store, Hugh Downing. 
Monroe, W. J. Willoughby. 

Steven's mill, ■ 

Wolfville, Alfred Pervines. 
Walkersville, Miss Eliza R. Wilson. 
Winchester, Mr. Winchester. 



WAKE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 ; . . . .28,627. 

County Seat— Raleigu. 
Population in 1860 4,780. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Chas. M. Busbee. 
Clerk Co. Court, J. J. Ferrell. 
Dep. Clerk Co. Court, Junius Ferrell. 
Clerk Sup. Cou-t, J. N. Bunting. 
Chairman Co. Court, C. B. Root. 
Court — H. A. Hodge, Reuben Flemming, 

Rob't. W. Wynn. 
Clerk and M. in Eq. Wm. S. Maaon. 
Coroner, W. R. Crawford. 
Register, Geo. AV. Taylor. 
Sheriff, Rufus K. Ferrell. 
Surveyors, Feudal Bevers and L. B. 

Segreeves. 
Standard Keeper, Lougee Brothers. 
Trustee, N. S. Harp. 
Finance Committee — M. B. Royster, G. 

W. Norwood and N. J. Whitaker. 
Crier of Court, F. G. King. 
Jailor, S. P. Gill. 

WARDENS OF POOR. 

Wm. R. Pool, Chairman. 
Jordan Womble, Sr., Treasurer. 
Allen Adama. 
J. H. Collins. 

C. J. Rogers. 
Feudal Bevers. 

B. A. Perry, Sup. of Poor. 

R. P. Finch, Clerk of the Poor. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

W. Dallas Haywood, Mayor. 

E. Harris, Chief of Police. 

P. P. Williams, Assistant Police. 

COMMISSIONERS. 

R. H. Battle, middle ward. 
I>. F. Cheatham, middle ward. 
A. N. McKimmon, middle ward. 
Parker Overby, western ward. 
A. M. Betts, western ward. 
James D. Roysber, western ward. 
Jas. A. Moore, eastern ward. 
J. J. Overby, eastern ward. 

D. L. Royster, eastern ward. 

Jolin J. Christophers, Clerk of Board. 
R. II. Battle, City Attorney. 
Jas. Litchford, Sr., City Collector. 
Len. H. Adams, Weigh Master. 
Alsey Bevers, Pump Contractor. 

NIOnT POLICE. 

Howell Morse. Captain. 

M. Bryan. W. Overby. 

J. Gilbert. M. C. Luter. 

S. Cooper. Thos. Dancy. 

Joseph Backalan, Chief Fire Departm't. 

COMMISSIONERS OF POOR. 

\V. J. Palmer, J. A. Jones and W. S. 
Lacy. 



FIRE WARDENS. 
W. L. Pomeroy, Wiley J. Palmer and 
Thos. Coates. 

SCHOOLS. 

Institution Deaf and Dumb and Blind, 

Raleigh, Wiley J. Palmer, Principal ; 

J. A Leach, Vice Principal. 
St. Mary's Female, Raleigh, (Episcopal,) 

Aldert Smedes, D. D. 
Peace Institute, Raleigh, (Presbyterian.) 

Building not yet completed. 
Male and Female School, Raleigh, Mrs. 

L. L. Ilendren. 
Boys School Classical, Raleigh, Drury 

Lacy, D. D. & W. S. Lacy. 
Girls School, Raleigh, Mrs. J)rury Lacy. 
Female School, Raleigh, Mrs. J. K. 

Howell. 
Boys School, Raleigh, E. B. Thomas. 
Primary School, Raleigh, Misses Hutch- 
ing and Harrison. 
Primary School, Raleigh, Mrs. Ellen 

Mordecai. 
Primary School, Raleigh, Miss Gertrude 

Haywood. 
Colored School, Raleigh, Miss Graves. 
Classical School, Sprmg Hill, C. N. Allen. 
Classical School, Oak Grove, J. J. Fray. 
Female School, Rolesville, Mrs. Terrell. 
Female School, Rolesville, Mis.9 Redford. 
Primary School, Miss Eliza Haywood. 
Wake Forest College, W. M. Wingate, 

D. D. 
Academy, Eagle Rock, Rev. M. G. Todd. 
Male Academy, Raleigh, R. S. Mason, D. 

D., and S. G. Ryan. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Raleigh City, meth. H. T. Hudson. 
Mis. Chapel, meth. Raleigh, M. J. Hunt. 
Raleigh, A. M. E., G. W. Brodie. 
Asbury, meth. Carey, II. II. Gibbons. 
Fletcher's, meth. Durham's, R. S. Webb. 
Rolesville, meth. H. II. Gibbons. 
Andrew Chapel, meth. H. H. Gibbons. 
Oak Grove, meth. II. H. Gibbons. 
Holland's, meth. II. H. Gibbous. 
Wesley Chapel, meth. H. 11. Gibbons. 
Macedonia, meth. Thos. G. Whitaker. 
Beulah, meth. M. J. Hunt. 
Ebenezer, meth. II. II. Gibbons. 
Pleasant Grove, meth. H. H. Gibbons. 
Soapstone, meth. II. H. Gibbons. 
Watkins, (Mis.) meth. AV. J. W. Crowder. 
Crabtree, (Mis.) meth. W. J. W. Crowder. 
Raleigh, presb. J. M. Atkinson. 
Raleigh Catholic, Rev. Mr. Northup. 
Raleigh, epis. R. D. Mason, D. D. 
Raleigh, epis. (colored,) — Smith, I). D. 
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Ralei<rli, bap. T. H. Pritchard. 
Ealeigh, bap. Mr. Warrick, (colored.) 
Raleigh, (2ud) bap. H. M. Tupper. 
Cedar Fork, bap., A. D. Blackwood. 

Jit Pisgah, bap., Green Level, 

Salem, bap., Green Level, Thomas W. 

Yoiing. 
Mt. Zion, bap., Morris ville, J. W. F. 

Rogers. 
Olive's Chapel, Green Level, John C. 

Wilson. 
Ephesus, bap., Gary, Johnson Olive. 
Mt. Herraon,;bap., Morrisville, J. H. 

Laj'ton. 
Bethany, bap. Morrisville, Johnson OUve. 
Hepzibah, bap.. Eagle Rock, M. G. Todd. 

New Bethel, bap., Raleigh, 

Forestville, bap., AVm. T. Bi-ooks. 

Mt. Vernon, bap., Forestville, AVm. T. 

Brooks. 
New Bethel, bap., Dayton, Thomas W. 

Young. 
New Hope, bap., Raleigh, J. K. Howell. 
Rolesville, bap., Thos. AV. Young. 
AA'ake M Roads, bap., Rolesville, J. K. 

Howell. 
AVake Forest College, bap., W. IM. AVin- 

gate, D. D. 
AA''ake Union, bap., Forestville, AA''. Royal. 
Mt. IMoriah, bap.. Auburn, S. Ivey. 
Holly Spring, bap., John C. AVilson. 
Shady Grove, bap., New Hill, J. Olive. 
Piney Grove, bop., Raleigh, AV. AVest. 
Friendship, bap., Bunn's Level, Jas. S. 

Marcom. 
Bethel, bap., , 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Yarbrough House, Raleigh, J. M. Blair 
& Co. 

Exchange Hotel, Ral., Dr. McClintock. 

Ray's Hotel, Raleigh, John Ray 

Planters Hotel, Raleigh, G. A. Lack. 

Railroad Hotel, Raleigh, K. B. Waitt. 

Boarding House, Raleigh, AV. J. Young. 

Boarding House, Ral., Mrs. S. A. Reid. 

Boarding House, Raleigh, Mrs. II. AV. 
Miller. 

Boarding House, Raleigh, Mrs. H. Pen- 
nington. 

Boarding House, Ral., Mrs. Lucy Evans. 

Boarding House, Raleigh, Mrs. T. R. 
Fentress. 

Boarding House, Ral., Mrs. J. Pullen. 

Restaurant, Hargett st. , T. H. .Joseph. 

Restaurant, cor. AVilmington and Hargett 
sts., Backalan & Laswell. 

Restaurant,Fayetteville st. AV. H. Parker. 

Hotel, Wake Forest Col., J. S. Purefoy. 

Fort's House, Forestville, Mr. Fort. 

Eating House, Raleigh, C. F. Johns. 



LAWYERS. 

Bragg Thos. (es-Gov.) Raleigh. 

Busbee Quinten, Raleigh. 

Battle R. H. jr. Raleigh. 

Battle Kemp. P. Raleigh. . 

Badger Rich. C Raleigh. 

Busbee Chas. M. Raleigh. 

Cox AV. R. Raleigh. 

Batchelor J. B. Raleigh. 

Fowle Dan. G. (ex-judge) Raleigh. 

Haywood Ed. Graham, Raleigh. 

Johnson John W. Raleigh. 

Lewis Robt. G. Raleigh. 

JVIoore B. F. Raleigh. 

iVIason AA'm. S. Raleigh. 

3Ierrimon, A. S. (ex-judge) Raleigh. 

Olds Lewis P. Raleigh. 

Husted, H. W. (not practicing,) Raleigh. 

Manly, Charles (not practicing,) Raleigh. 

Page, Erasmus F. Raleigh. 

Ryan, S. G. Raleigh. 

Rogers, Sion H. Raleigh. 

Phillips, Samuel F. Raleigh. 

Smedes, A. K. Raleigh. 

Whiting, George M. Raleigh. 

York, R. W. Raleigh. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Old North State Foundry, Plough Fac- 
tory, &c., Raleigh, Williamson & An- 
drews. 
Sash and Blind Factory and General 
AVood Shop, Raleigh, Briggs Sc Dodd. 
Carriage Shop, Raleigh, N. S. Harp. 
Foundery and Plough Factory, Forest- 
ville. 
Shoe Factory, Raleigh, AVatson & Ellen. 
Foundery and Machine Shop, Raleigh & 

Gaston R. R. 
Cabinet Shop, Raleigh. H. J. Brown. 
Oil Factory, near Huntsville, W. R. Mil- 
ler. 
Brick Yard. Asbury, Jas. E. Allen & Co. 
Forest Manufacturing Company, (paper, 

&c.,) Forestville, AV. B. Allegree. 
Aurora Burning Fluid, Raleigh, Rev. L. 

L. Hendren. 
Carriage Factory, Raleigh, Alfred Up- 
church. 
Turpentine Distillery, Country, Rogers, 

Leslie & Co. 
Buggy Factory, Raleigh, T G. Jenkins. 
Turpentine Distillery, Country, William 

Utley. 
Saddle and Harness, Raleigh, C. W. D. 

Hutchings & Bro. 
Tin AVare, Raleigh, Lougee & Bro. 
Tin Ware, Raleigh, Jesse Brown with 

Hart & Lewis. 
Gunsmith, Raleigh, Charles Keuster. 
Copper Smithing, Raleigh, J. H. Hessel- 
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MERCHANTS AND OTHERS. 

{The following are in Raleigh except when 
mentioned otherwise.) 

Adams Len. H. grocer, Market Square. 

Adams J. P. shoemaker, Market Square. 

Andrews W. K. groceries and liquors, 
Fayetteville st. 

AUen C. B., freight ag't R. & G. R. R. 

Andrews (R. B.) & (Jo. clothing, Fay- 
etteville St. 

Anderson W. E. insurance agt., Fayette- 
ville St. 

Armstrong John, book binder, Fayette- 
ville st. 

Adams Lynn, grocer, Market Square. 

Blake Mrs. Lucy, milliner, Davie st. 

Bryan A. P. C. agent So. Ex. 

Briggs, Dodd & Hicks, builders, Fay- 
etteville st. 

Bagley W. H. agt. insu. cc, Fayette, st. 

Briggs & Dodd, hardware, Fayettev. st. 

Branson & Jones, books and stationery, 
Fayetteville st. 

Backalan & Laswell, bar, Hargett st. 

Brown J. with Hart & Lewis, (Hart & 
Lewis in Newbem,) hardware, Fay- 
etteville st. 

Bell Douglass, grocer, Fayetteville st. 

Bagwell G. B. grocer, Morrisville. 

Branson & Jones, agts. Phoenix Mutual 
Insurance. 

Besson E. tailor, opposite Market. 

Beasley Chaa. grocer, Cabarrus st. 

Bradley & Christophers, confections, Fay- 
etteville st. 

Brown Henry J. grocer, Morgan st. 

Branson L. agt. N. C. Business Directory. 

Blake N. A. retail liquor. Central Depot. 

Blanchard A. J. groceries and liquors. 
Holly Springs. 

Bowling J. W. grocer, 

Caswell John, (col.) grocer, Wilm'ton st. 

Cheatham (B. F ) & Bro. grocers. Mar- 
ket Square. 

Crow W. H. insurance agt., over Tuck- 
er's store. 

Coates Thos. H. buDder, Wilmington st. 

Creech A. dry goods, cor. Fayetteville 
and Hargett st. 

Carroll W. H. fish dealer, Market Square. 

Cunninggim W. H. agent Mendenhall 
hand loom, Fayetteville st. 

Crow W. R. retail liquor. Market Sq're. 

Crawford W. R. butcher. Market Square. 

Denton N. V. bar, Wilmington st. 

Dobbin & Francis, boot and shoe makers, 
opposite Market. 

Dicks W. 11. book binder, at Branson & 
Jones'. 

Dunn J. R. «fc P. A. dry goods, &c., For- 
estville. 

Dow ell A. H. dry goods, &c., Asbury. 



Ferrell Rufus K. grocer, Hargett st. 

Enniss Jas. H. books, Fayetteville st. 

Falconer W. A. leather dealer, Fayette- 
ville St. 

Fendt Henry, confectior, Hillsboro' st. 

Fraps A. W. bar, Fayetteville st. 

Fraps, A. W. furniture, Fayetteville St. 

Ford & Rayner, blacksmiths, (colored, j 
AVilmington St. 

Fisher, T. Jeff, grocer, Market Square. 

Fentress, T. R. notions, Fayetteville St. 

Grausman, M. tailor, Fayetteville St. 

Gant, J. W. barber, Wilmington St. 

Grausman (M.) «& Co., clothing, Wilm- 
ington St. 

Gulick, Wm. B. cashier Raleigh Nation- 
al Bank, Fayetteville St. 

Heartt, L. E. dry goods, Fayetteville St. 

Haithcock, F. M. grocer. 

Holland, S. D. fish-pedlar, Market Sq. 

Holleman, W. H. grocer, Hargett St. 

Harrison, Allen & Co., dry goods, Forest- 
ville. 

Haywood, Sam. & Cap. blacksmiths, 
(colored,) Wilmington st. 

Heide, Alex. S. grocer, Hillsboro' st. 

Holland, D. B. grocer. 

Hutchings, (C. W. D.) & Bro., grocers, 
Fayetteville st. 

Hesselbach, J. H. Tin-ware, Fayetteville 
street. 

Hawkins, W. J. Pres. R. & G. R. R. 

Holleman, M. P. grocer, Cor. Salisbuiy 
and Morgan sts. 

Holleman, J. M. grocer, Hargett St. 

Harrison, S. D. grocer, Fayetteville st. 

Hughes, H. T. (col.,) grocer, Fayette- 
ville st. 

Harward, Mrs. Ann milliner. Lane st. 

Jones, (W. H.) & Co., auction and com 
mission, Fayetteville st. 

Johnson, Albert grocer, Fayetteville st. 

Johns, C. F. bar, Fayetteville st. 

King & Whitelaw, marble cutters, Mor- 
gan st. 

Keuster, Charles hardware, guns, &c., 
Fayetteville st. 

Kirkman, B. S. butcher. 

Kreth, Joseph tailor, Fayetteville st. 

Kline, (A.) & Co., clothing, Wilmington 
street. 

Karrer Jacob grocer, Salisbury st. 

Lucas, Rob't. blacksmith, ( col.) 

Lougee & Bro., stoves and tin, Fayette- 
ville st. 

Lamson, Francis jeweler, Fayetteville st. 

Lawrence, A. W. agent Insurance, Fay- 
etteville St. 

London, (H. A.) & Son, grocers. Holly 
Springs. 

Lockhart, Handy, (colored,) cabinet, 
Morgan st. 

Levy, L. clothing, ]\Iarket square. 



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Murray, D. C. dry goods, Fayetteville st. 

Moore, Ach. Shoe Shop, Forestville. 

Moses, Mrs. milliner, Hargett st. 

Mahler, H. jeweler, Fayetteville st. 

Morris, (W. H.) & Co., furniture, Fayet- 
tevilie st. 

Mathews, W. H. retail grocer, New IIlU. 

Overby, Wm. grocer, Hargett st. 

Overby, J. J. retail liquor, Wilmington 
street. 

Overby, Parker, bar, Wilmington st. 

Oetttnger, Isaac, dry goods, i'ayetteville 
street. 

Oettinger, Mrs. Isaac, milliner, Fayette- 
ville street. 

Page, Frank, dry goods, &c., Gary. 

Palmer, John C. jeweler, Fayetteville st. 

Perkinson, W. H. tailor, Fayetteville st. 

Pescud Peter F. drugs, Fayetteville st. 

Pattershall Mrs. L. E., store in country. 

Perry Camon blacksmith, (col. )Hargett st. 

Powers W. D. grocer, Market Square. 

Purefoy J. S. dry goods, &c., Wake 
Forest College. 

Perry L. S. grocer, corner McDowell & 
Morgan sts. 

Perry (W. P.) & Co., dry goods, &o., 
Rolesville. 

Parker M. A. grocer. Market Square. 

Pugh J. M. dry goods, &c., MorrisviUe. 

Pool &. Uzzell, grocers, Morgan st. 

Pool B. grocer. Auburn. 

Pescud P. F. insur. ag't, Fayetteville st. 

Pleasants J. D. grocer, IliUaboro st. 

Parish (E. J.) & Co. grocers. Mar. S'qre. 

Pulliam R. W. Pres. Raleigh Nat. Bank. 

Peck Lewis, auc. & com. Wilmington st. 

Page Ruf us H. woodyard, Hillsboro st. 

Prairie J. P. liquor dealer and billiard 
rooms, Fayetteville st. 

Prendergast Mrs. milliner, corner Wil- 
mington & Morgan st. 

Railing II. G. Grocer, country. 

Royster A. D. confectioner, Fay'ville st. 

Rosenthall L. dry goods, Fayetteville st. 

Rosenbaum M. dry goods, Fayetteville st. 

Rogers J. M. grocer, Hargett st. 

Rogers J. W. grocer, Hargett st. 

Rosenbaum J. M. dry goods, Wilmington. 

Sorrell A. retail liquor, Wilmington st. 

Selby T. H. sec. N. C. Mutual Insur. Co. 

Sledge Thos. D. grocer, Hargett st. 

Smith E. butcher, Davie st. 

Scalt Rob't. (col.)blackBmith, Morgan st. 

Simpson Wm. baker, Central Depot. 

Stronach George T. &, Willie C. grocers, 
Market Square. 

Scott & Alfred, barbers, under Tucker's. 

Thurston G. B. auctioneer. 

Towles J. M. auc. & com. Faye'ville st. 

Thurston J. A. boots & shoes, Fayette. 

Tucker (W. H. & R. S.) & Co. ag't. pat. 
fire extinguisher, Fayetteville st. 



Thompson W. H. jeweler, Fayetteville st. 

Terrell Sidney, Rolesville. 

Tucker (W. H. & R. S.) & Co. wholesale 
and retail dry goods, Fayetteville st. 

Tonnoffski Geo. L. grocer, Faye'ville st. 

Thiem Phil, variety store, Fayetteville st. 

Thompson Mrs. Wm. miliner, Fay'ville st. 

Thompson Wm. newsdealer, Fay'ville st. 

Upchurch A. N. retail liquor, Wilming- 
ton st. 

Upchurch & Dodd, wholesale grocers, 
Market Square. 

Upchurch W. C. grocer, Hargett st. 

Weathers, J. S. grocer, Wilmington st. 

Wynn & Hays, Livery Stables, Market 
Square. 

Williams (John G.) & Co. insur. agents, 
Fayetteville st. 

Watson (Joseph) & Ellen boot & shoe 
makers, Fayetteville st. 

Whitaker D . W. grocer, comer Morgan 
& McDowell sts. 

Womble Jordan, grocer, Hargett st. 

Watson J. W. photograph gallery, Fay- 
etteville st. 

Waitt K. B. undertaker, Salisbury st. 

Weil J. clothing, Fayetteville st. 

Weathers C. H. grocer, Fayetteville st. 

Wait, S. D. ins. agent, opposite Market. 

Williams (John G.) & Co. brokers, Fay- 
etteville st. 

Williams Eli. blacksmith, (col.) Hargett st. 

Williams & Lambeth, books, Fay'ville st. 

Whitaker E. A. piano tuner, Morgan st. 

Womble Wm. freight agent, Cen. Depot. 

Williams & Haywood, drugs, Fay'ville st. 

Vass, W. W. treas, R. & G. R. li. 

Yerby, (William) Rogers & Mattlock, 
butchers. 

Young S. II. & W. J. dry goods, Fayette- 
ville st. 

MINISTERS. 

Howell J. K. bap. , Raleigh. 

Pritchard Thos H. bap., Raleigh. 

Parker Warton,bap., (licentiate) Raleigh. 

Phillips J. H. bap., Raleigh. 

Pope W. L. bap., (licen.) Williams mill. 

Nowell W. C. bap., Earpsboro. 

No wall M. bap.. Eagle Rock. 

Freeman M. D. bap., WakeKeld. 

Todd M. G. bap., Eagle Kock. 

Marcom J. C. bap., Raleigh. 

Davis J. D. bap , St. Charles. 

Blackwood A. IX bap.. Cedar Fork. 

W'ilson John C. bap., Green Level. 

Mecom Ellen, bap., Earpsboro. 

Young Thos. W. bap., Dayton. 

Olive Johnson, bap., Carey. 

Lay ton J. H. bap., MorrisviUe. 

Ivey S. bap.. Auburn. 

Collins J. W. bap., (licentiate) New Hill. 



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Howell Jesse, bap., Winslow. 
West W. C. bap., Raleigh. 
Rogers J. W. F. bap., Holly Springs. 
Churchhill Owen, bap., Cbalk Level. 
Marcom Jos. C. bap., Bunn's Level. 
King J. J. bap., (licentiate) Cary. 
Wingate W. M., D. D., bap., Forestville. 
Royal Wm. bap., Forestville. 
Brooks W. T. bap., Foresville. 
Pritchard Thos. H. bap., Raleigh. 
Howell J. K. bap., Raleigh. 
Tupper H. M. bap., Raleigh. 
Warrick — , (col.) bap., Raleigh. 
Ellis — , (col.) bap., Raleigh. 

Purefoy J. S. bap., Forestville. 

Walters W. T. bap., Forestville. 

Mills Green, bap., (licentiate) Green 

Level. 
Royall W. B. bap., Forestville. 
Purefoy A. F. bap., Forestville. 
JSowling T. bap.. Green Level. 
Hocut 11. bap., Earpsboro. 

Mason R. S., D. D., epis., Raleigh. 
Smith — , D. D., epis., Raleigh. 
Smedes Aidert, D. I)., epis., Raleigh. 
Smedes Bennett, epis., Raleigh. 

Hudson H. T. meth., Raleigh, 
llcudren L. L. meth., Raleigh. 
Crowder W. J. W. meth., (local) Ral. 
Cuninggim W. H. meth., (local) Raleigh. 
Branson L. meth., (local) Raleigh. 
Whitaker K. H. meth., (local) Raleigh. 
Whitson S. N. meth., (local) Raleigh. 
Whitaker, Thos. G. meth. (local) Ral. 
Franklin S. D. meth., (local) Raleigh. 
Gibbons H. H. meth., Raleigh. 
Hunt Moses J. meth., Raleigh. 
Sorrell Wm. M. meth., (local) Gary. 
Blake Bennet T. meth., (local) Oaky 

Grove. 
BrodieG. W., A. M. E. (col.) Raleigh. 
Pell Wm. E. meth., Raleigh. 
TrawickS. R. meth., (local) Raleigh. 

Hardie Henry, presb., (Bible agt. N. C.) 

Raleigh. 
Lacy Drury, D. D., presb.. Raleigh. 
Atkinson J. M. presb., Raleigh. 
Lacy AVillie S. presb., Raleigh. 

Brewer Fisk P. cong., Raleigh. 
Fiske F. A. cong., Raleigh. 

Hayes H. B. christian, Raleigh. 
Hayes Wm. M. chris., (col.) Raleigh. 

MILLS A^I) OWNERS. 

Pool's, Auburn, Wm. R. Pool. 
Fort's, Auburn, W. L. Fort. 
Bond's, Auburn, W'm. Bond. 
Smith's, Raleigh, R. A. Smith. 



Tucker's, Raleigh, W. H. & R. S. Tucker 
Bledsoe's, Raleigh, M. A. Bledsoe. 
Green's, Raleigh, N. B. Green. 
Penny's, Raleigh, N. B. Yates. 
Myatt'a, Banks', A. Myatt. 
Clements', IloUy Springs, Wm. Clements 
Alford's, South of Raleigh, G. H. Alford. 
Page's, Cedar Fork, ]\Irs. Fanny Page. 
Yates'. West of Raleigh, N. B. Yates & 

Bro. 
Holland's, Holly Springs, Bright Holland. 
Beckwith's, Holly Springs, G. Beckwith. 
Thomas', Holly Springs, Mr. Thomas. 
Steam Saw, South of Raleigh, J. A. Nor- 

ris. 
Steam Saw, Auburn, J. J. & B. W. 

Young. 
Steam Saw, Cary, Frank Page. 
Steam Saw, Southwest of Raleigh, J. F. 

Curfman. 
Steam Saw, MorrisvlUe, David Williams. 
Steam Saw, Northwest of Raleigh, W. 

Edwards. 
Steam Saw, Lashley's ><! Roads, Mr. El- 
lington. 
Steam Saw, 10 miles. South of Raleigh, 

Frank Steadman. 
Steam Saw, Ransom Gulley. 
Hartsfield's, Rolesville, W. Ilartsfield. 
Strickland's, Wakefield, B. T. Strickland. 
Todd's, Eagle Rock, James Todd. 
Rhodes', Eagle Hock, W. A. Rhodes. 
Cren.shaw's, Forestville, J. M. Crenshaw. 
Grist, Raleigh, Elisha Sater. 
Grist, Raleigh, J. H. Rogers. 
Grist, Northwest of Raleigh, Scott Tuc- 
ker. 
Company, Northwest of Raleigh, F. Page 

& Co. 
Cook's, Northwest of Raleigh, W. J. 

Brown. 
Whitaker's, Northwest of Raleigh, J. M. 

Harris. 
Hays', Northwest of Raleigh, Kline & 

Grausmau. 
Grist, Northwest of Raleigh, James J. 

liynn. 
Grist, Northwest of Raleigh, Eli Ferrell. 
Grist, Northwest of Raleigh, Mrs. A. 

Thompson. 
Public, Parish Grove, Ben. Perry. 
Grist, New Light Bridge, Jno. Norwood. 
Grist, New Light Bridge, Wm. Laws. 
Grist, Forestville, Foster Fort's Heirs. 
Grist, Milburnie, Neuse Manufacturing 

Company. 
Grist, Forestville, W. B. Allegree. 
Grist, East of Raleigh, J. A. l)unn. 
Grist, East of Raleigh, H. A. Hodge. 
Grist, Eagle Rock, Thos. H. Avera. 
Grist, Wakefield, A. Foster. 
Grist and Saw, Rolesville, Dr. Fleming. 
Grist, East of Raleigh, Needham Price. 



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PHYSICIANS. 

Avera Thos. H. Eagle Rock. 
Babcock P. dentist, Raleigh. 
Banks Thos. L. Bank's P. O. 
Bvisbee W. J. Auburn. 
Fleming Rob't. .1. Rolcsville. 
Crawfurd .1. 11. dentist, Raleigh. 
Dunn Jos. B. IMilbuiuie. 
Dowd C. F. coiantry. 
Fuller Frank. F. Raleigh. 
Fisher E. C. Raleigh. 
Chappell Leroy, Forestville. 
Ilicks W. N. Fishdam. 
Hicks Thomas, JMorrisville. 
Harriss Henry, Forestville. 
Haywood Fab. J. Raleigh. 

Hill Wm. G. Raleigh. 

Haywood E. Burke, Raleigh. 
Haywood R. B. Ri.leigh. 

Harrison B. S Forestville. 

Haywood Fab. .7 jr. Raleigh. 

Little Wm. Raleigh. 

Lowe W. 31. 

Johnson Chas. E. Raleigh. 

.ludson — Thomi^son Store. 

McKee W. H. Raleigh. 

]\Ianly L. C. Auburn. 

Montague H. W. Rolesville. 

Jilontague Alex. 31. Rolesville. 

Miller W. R. Raleigh. 

Pearce J. J. Thompson's Store. 

Penny J. A. Dayton. 

Royster W. L Raleigh. 

Taylor Sam'l. Holly Springs. 

Young T. VV. Morrisville. 

Young A. R. Rolesville. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Raleigh, A Miller. 
Forestville, W. H. Wyatt. 

New Light 

Fishdam 

Dayton 

Hays' Store W. II. Page. 
Rolesville, Mrs. Virginia Terrell. 

Wakefield 

Eagle Kock 

Auburn, Mr. Andrews. 
Cary, G. D. IMartin. 
iSIorrisville 



Green Level 

New Hill, D. H. Gardner. 



WARREN COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 1.5,726. 

County Seat — Warrenton, 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, Walter A. Montgomery. 



Clerk County Court, William A. White. 
Clerk Sup. Court, Benj. E. Cook. 
Ch'mn Co. Court, Thos. A. Montgomery. 
Clerk & M. in Eq. Chas. M. Cook. 

Coroner, 

Register, Isham H. Bennett. 
Sheriff, Nath. R. Jones. 
Surveyor, 



Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, 

Constable, John M. Price. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Female Collegiate Institute, Waircnton, 

3Irs. J. Wilcox. 
Warrenton Male Academy, Warrenton, 

Mr. Dugger. 
Warrenton Female College, Warrenton, 

Rev. J. B. Solomon. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Brown's, bap. N. A. Purefoy. 
Gardjiers. bap. N. A. Purefoy. 
Ready Creek, bap. George Duke. 
Sharon, bap. L. C. Perkinson. 
Tanners, bap. N. A. Purefoy. 
Warrenton, bap. T. B. Kingsbury. 

Warrenton, epis. Wm. Hodges and j\I. 
M. Marshall. 

Mt. Auburn, chris. J. W. Wellons. 

Cokesbury, meth. Junius P. Moore. 
Hebron, meth. Junius P. Moore. 
Jerusalem, meth. Ira T. Wyche. 
Pegram's, meth. Junius P. Moore. 
Shocco, meth. Junius P. Moore. 
Shady Grove, Junius P. Moore. 
Twitty's, meth. Ira T. Yv^yche. 
Warrenton, meth. Junius P. Moore. 
Zion, meth. Ira T. Wyohe. 

HOTEL. 

Warrenton Hotel, T. S. Browulow. 
LAWYERS. 

Eaton (Wm. jr.) & Barham (Wm. H.) 
Warrenton. 

.Jenkins Wm. A. Warrenton. 

Plummer Ed. H. Warrenton. 

Montgomery Walter A. Warrenton. 

Bachelor J. B. (office at Raleigh,) War- 
renton. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Rowlett Thos. AV. saddle & harness man- 
ufacturer, Warrenton. 

Long & Brown, manufacturers, whole- 
sale & retail dealers in saddles, har- 
ness & collars, Warrenton. 



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MERCHANTS. 

Alston (Wm. T.) & Co. Warrenton. 

Aronson S. Warrenton, 

Bellamy (Thos. M.) & Co. drugs, Warren- 
ton. 

Bullock John H. [Manson. 

Egerton Benj. I. Macon. 

Ford & Wainwright, Warrenton. 

Ilyman Frank, "Warrenton. 

Holleman William, Warrenton. 

Higgs James A. Warrenton. 

Harris Jas. H. Ridgeway. 

Hyman & Plumraer, (col.) Warrenton. 

Kimball D. B. Manson. 

Long & Brame, saddle, hamess.&c. War- 
renton. 

Montgomery Thos. A. Warrenton. 

McCraw (John C.) & Co. Warrenton. 

Moseley Nathan S., baker, confectioner, 
&c. Warrenton. 

Norwood & Alston, Warrenton. 

Nicholson W. A. J. druggist, Warrenton. 

Parker & Watson, Warrenton. 

Rowlett Thos. W. Warrenton. 

Riggan John W. Littleton. 

Read & Hargrove, Ridgeway. 

Rodwell & Coleman, Macon. 

Sledge Geo. R. confectioneries &c. War- 
renton. 

Shaw & Browning, Warren Plains. 

White & Burwell, Manson. 

White (Thos. H.) & Co. Warren Plains. 

Waddell John M. Warrenton. 

Williams T. C. Warrenton. 

White & Arrington, Warrenton. 

MINISTERS. 

Cook Chan. M. meth. Warrenton. 
Joyner P. H. meth. Warrenton. 
Moore Junius P. meth. Warrenton. 
Long B. F. meth. Warrenton. 
Marshall M. M. epis Warrenton. 
Hodges Wm. epis. Warrenton. 
Kingsbury T. B. bap. Warrenton. 
Purefoy N. A. bap. Warrenton. 
Duke Geo. bap. Warrenton. 
Perkinson L. C. bap. Warrenton. 
Solomon J. B. bap. Warrenton. * 
Wellons J. W. chris. Mt. Auburn. 

MILLS AND OWNERS 

Boyd's, John E Boyd aiid others. 
Clanton's. Rob't. K. Clanton. 
Green's, Thomas E. Green. 
Jones', H. J. Jones. 
Jones', Joseph S. Jones. 
Southerland, Solon Southerland. 
Sledge's, Geo. B. Sledge. 
AVilliams', Wm. C. Williams. 
Yancey's, John G. Yancey. 



PHYSICIiVNS. 

Brown Ridley, Littleton. 
Foote Geo. A. Warrenton. 
Field George, Warrenton. 
Fleming R. D. dentist, Warrenton. 
Jerraain Thos. P. Ridgway. 
Perry Mark P. Littleton. 
Pitchford Thos. J. Warrenton. 
Patterson Frank, Henderson. 
Plummer Alfred, Manson. 
Thompson V. O. Henderson. 
Williams Solomon, Warrenton. 
Williams Rob't. Edgar, Warrenton. 
Wilson Thos. E. AVarrenton. 

POST OFFICES & POSTMASTERS. 

Macon, Miss Amanda Egerton. 
Manson, Arrow Smith. 
Ridgway, Sandy T. Watkins. 
Warrenton, Mrs. Mary Green. 
Warren Plains, Jesse L, Shaw. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

PopuL.\TioN IN 1860 6,357. 

County Seat — PLYMorxn. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, L. C. Latham. 
Clerk County Court, W. F. Sanderson. 
Clerk Superior Court, Jos. G. Ausbon. 
Chairman County Court, Chas. Latham. 

Clerk and Master in Equity, 

Coroner, A. W. Arnold. 
Register, E. R. Latham. 
Sheriff, John M. Bateman. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, J. W. Latham. 
Constables, J. W. Davis and Wm. Mc_ 
Davis. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Christian Hope, F. W. Bass. 
Long Acre Cha})el, Free Church. 
White Chapel, Free Church. 

Grace Church, epis., Thos. B. Haughton. 

St. Luke, epis., 

St. David, epis., 

Plymouth, meth., W. F. Clegg. 
Hebron, meth., W. F. Clegg. 

Rehoboth, Plymouth, prot. meth., R. H. 

Wills. 
Pleasant Grove, prot. meth., R. II. Wills. 
Concord, prim, bap., R. W. Peacock. 



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IVIorattoc, prim, bap., R. W. Peacock. 
White Marsh, prim, bap., N. H. Harrison 

HOTELS. 
Rankin House, Plymouth, Mr. Rankin. 
Spruiil's Hotel, Plymouth, W. L. Spruill. 

LAWYERS. 
Armistead, T. S. J. Plymouth. 
Collins, Josiah Scuppernong. 
Jones, E. W. Plymouth. 
Johnston, S. L. Plymouth. 
Latham, L. C. Plymouth. 

MERCHANTS. 
Belanga & Wynne, Scui^pernong. 
Burrass, E. Mackey's Ferry. 
Bowen, (W. L.) & Son, Plymouth. 
Fumess, H. R. Plymouth. 
Davenport, Jos. B. Scuppernong. 
Hornthal, (L. H.) & Bro., Plymouth. 
Hartfield & Barright, Scuppernong. 
Jackson, (L.) & Bro., Plymouth. 
Lambert, L. R. Plymouth. 
McCleese, Wm. & N. Scuppernong. 
Norman, JS". D Plymouth. 
Norman & Latham, Plymouth. 
Weisel, Israel, Plymouth. 
Weisel, Rachel, Plymouth. 
Wolfe, H. E. 3Iackey's Ferry. 

MINISTERS. 
Gurganus, John M. free-will bap.. Long 

Ridge. 
Gnrganus, Henry free-will baptist, Long 

Ridge. 

Harrison, Newsom H. prim, bap., Ply- 
mouth. 

Peacock, B. "W. prim, bap., Mackey's 
Ferry. 

Haughton, Thos. B. epis., Plymouth. 

Wills, R. H. prot. meth., Mackey's Ferry. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

W ater Saw and Grist, Henry Downing. 
W^ater Grist, R. T. Denning. 
Steam Grist, AVm. & N. McClure. 
Steam Saw and Grist, S. II. McRae. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Ilardison, H. Scuppernong. 
Lewis, H. G. Mackey's Ferry. 
Norman, H. H. Scuppernong. 
Wolfe, H. E. dentist, Mackey's Ferry. 
Walker, Berry M. Plymouth. 
Ward, W. Ward, Plymouth. 

POST OFFICES & POSTMASTERS. 

Long Ridge, George W. Jackson. 
Mackey's Ferry, Mrs. Ann Nelson. 
Plymouth, R. S. Goelet. 
Scuppernong, T. B. Myers. 



WATAUGA COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 4.957 

County Seat — Boone. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney 

Clerk Co. Court, J. B. Todd. 
Clerk Sup. Court, Henry Blair. 
Chairman Co. Court, Dudley Farthing. 
Clerk & M. in Eq. J. W. Council. 

Coroner 

Register, D. H. Harmon. 
Sheriff, John Plorton. 

Surveyor 

Standard Keeper 

Trustee 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 
Three Fork, A. C. Farthing. 
Bushy Fork, D. C. Harmon. 
Cove Creek, John A. Farthing. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bradley G. VV. general trader. Stony Fork 
Coffee (T. J.) & Bros. Boone. 
Dougherty D. B. Boone. 
Dobbin H. A. Elk ^ Roads. 
Dougherty Elijah, wheelright, Boone. 
Finley J. T. Elk y, Roads. 
Norris Joel, general trader, Boone. 
Norriss Elijah J. gunsmith. Boone. 
Trivelt S. Boone. 
Taylor Henry, Valla Crucis. 
Wilson A. P. Boone. 
Yonce Geo. Boone, 

MINISTERS. 
Farthing A. C. Sweet Water. 
Farthing John A. Sugar Grove. 
Harmon D. C. Sugar Grove. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist Mill, Boone, Eli Brown. 
Council's, Boone, Benj. Council. 
Grist Mill, Sweet Water, D. Farthing. 
Grist & Saw Mill, Sweet Water, Michael 

Cook, sr. 
Green's, Blowing Creek, Alex. Green. 
Taylor's,, Valla Crucis, Henry Taylor. 
Mills & Carding Machine, Moretz Mill, 

Alfred J. Moretz. 
Winkler, Boone, Joshua Winkler. 

PHYSICIAN. 
Rivers Jas. G. Boone. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS- 

Boone, David Sands. 

Sugar Grove, L. D. Whittington. 

Sweet Water 

Elk tx) Roads 

Valla Crucis 

Stony Fork 

Wortz Mills 



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WAYNE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 14,905- 

County Seat— GoLDSBORO. 
COUNTY OmCEHS. 
Attorney, 



Clerk Co. Court, Wm. G. Hollowell. 
Clerk Sup. Court, E. A. Wright; Dep. 
Jno. B. Griswold. 

Chairman Co. Court, 

Clerk and M. in Eq., 

Coroner, 

Register, Jno. C. Slocumb. 
Sheriff, J. T. Kennedy. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, J. T. Kennedy. 

SCHOOLS. 

Goldsboro Female College, E. W. Adams. 
Goldsboro Male Academy, J. W. Gulick_ 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Goldsboro, epis., W. E. Hunter. 

Goldsboro, bap., J. B. Hardwick. 

Goldsboro, meth., John B. Williams. 

Goldsboro, presb., Mr. McKinmon. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Boarding House, Golds., Mrs. D. Green. 

Boarding House, Golds., Mrs. Richardson. 

Griswold Hotel, Goldsboro, Jones, Mur- 
phy & Co. 

Wash'gt'n House, Goldsboro, Mr. Gregory. 
LAWYERS. 

Dortch W. T. Goldsboro. 

Faircloth L. W. Goldsboro. 

Humphrey L. W. Goldsboro. 

Button B. V. L. Goldsboro. 

Morissey W. G. Goldsboro. 

Strong G. V. Goldsboro. 

Wooten C. S. Goldsboro. 

MERCHANTS. 

Cox, .las. W. Goldsboro, dry goods and 
clothing. 

Davis (J. VV.) & Hunter, Golds., drugs. 

Edgerton (Wm.) & Co., (C. G. Holt.) 

Fulghum (R. Y.) & Whitfield (B. F.) 
Goldsboro, general dealers. 

Finlayson W. H. Goldsboro, drugs. 

Hazell Henry S. Goldsboro, grocer and 
commission merchant. 

Louis Lovett, Goldsboro. 

Morris J. W. Goldsboro, provisions. 

Privett J. H. & J. C. Golds., dry goods. 

Palmer (A. B.) & Kornegay (W. F.) 
Goldsboro, dry goods and hardware. 

Washington (A. C) & PoweU (J. H.) 
Goldsboro, dry goods. 

Winslow (J. W.) & Adams (N.) Golds- 
boro, grocers. 



MINISTERS. 
Hunter W. E. epis., Goldsboro. 
Hardwick J. B. bap., Goldsboro. 
McKimmon — presb., Goldsboro. 
Williams John B. meth., Goldsboro. 

PHYSICIANS. 
Davis & Kirby, Goldsboro. 
Hunter — Golbsboro. 
Finlayson, W. H. Goldsboro. 

POST OFFICES. 
Dudley. Mount Olive 

Everittsville. Nahunta. 

Falling Creek. Pikeville. 

Goldsboro. Sleepy Creek. 

Jerico. 



WILKES COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 14,749. 

County Seat — Wilkesboro. 
COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, John M. Cloud. 
Clerk Co. Court, R. M. Smith. 
Clerk Sup. Court, G. H. Brown. 
Chairman Co. Court, Frank. Ilacket. 
Clerk & M. in Eq. Mr. Call. 

Coroner 

Register, Gabriel Parks. 
Sheriflf, Wm. Hicks. 
Surveyor, Kelly Hendricks. 

Standard Keeper 

Trustee 

SCHOOLS. 

Wilkesboro Academy 

Lewis Fork Academy 

MINISTERS. 
Wilkesboro, meth. Isaac F. Keerans. 
New Hope, meth. Isaac F. Keerans. 
Bethel, meth. Isaac F. Keerans. 
Sharon, meth. Isaac F. Keerans. 
Dunkirk, meth. Isaac F. Keerans. 
Wilksboro, prot. meth. Benj. Wiesner. 
Beaver Creek, bap. Joel Brown. 
Warrior Creek, bap. Smith Ferguson. 
Roaring River, bap. W. J. Combs. 
Wilkesboro, chris. bap. Dr. L. C. Cook, 
Covenant, bap. E. IMyers. 
Lewis Fork, bap. Wm. Church. 

Liberty, bap. 

Fishing Creek, bap. Obadiah Sprmkle. 
Rachel, bap. E. Myers. 
Double Creek, bap. Wm. Hall. 

Walnut Crrove 

Brier Creek, bap. 

Elk Creek, bap. 



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HOTEL. 

Wilkes Hotel, Wilkesboro, IMrs. Hines. 
LAWYERS. 

Armfield R F. Wilkesboro. 
Cranor John S. Wilkesboro. 
Lillington Nich. Wilkesboro. 
Cowlea W. H. Wilkesboro. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Elkin Cot. Factory, VanEaton & Foard. 
Tobacco Factory, country, Lee Martin. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bryan (J. Q. A.) Carson (A. B.) & Co. 
general merchandise, Trap Hill. 

Carlton (F. D.) & Co. dry goods, Wilkes- 
boro. 

Cowles Calvin J. dry goods, Wilkesboro. 

Bro\vn Allen, dry goods, Wilkesboro. 

Johnson Stephen, dry goods, Wilkesboro. 

Segrist Wm. B. dry goods, Mulberiy. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Sprinkle Obadiah, Wilkesboro. 
DeJoumett W. C. Roaring Gap. 
Matthison & Co. Warrior Creek. 
Whittington Alex. Reddies River. 
Horton Phineas, Elkville. 

MINISTERS. 
Myers Ellison, bap. Hay Meadow. 
Sparks Colby, bap. Trap Hill. 
Church Wm. bap. Lewis Fork. 
Sparks Beuben, bap. Roaring Gap. 
Hall Wm. bap. Hay Meadow. 
Hughes John, bap. Elkin. 
Sprinkle Obediah, bap. Wilkesboro. 
Cook Dr. C. L. chris. bap. Wilkesboro. 
Myers E. bap. Wilkesboro. 
Combs, W. J. bap. Wilkesboro. 
Smith S. P. bap. Wilkesboro. 
Hollar Israel, bap. Wilkesboro. 
Church Wm. bap. Wilkesboro. 
Barker John W. meth. Wilkesboro. 
Grimes Eli. meth. Wilkesboro. 
Grimes Adam, meth. (local) Wilkesboro. 
Wiesner Benj. prot meth. Hay Meadow. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Plicks', Wilkesboro, Richard Hicks. 

Whittington's, Wilkesboro, A. S. Whit- 
tington. 

Bryan's, Trap Hill, Brayan (R. B ) & 
Holbrook (H. S.) 

Triplett's, Warrior Creek, Asa. Triplett. 

Howard's, Elk Creek, Mrs. Witherspoon. 



Calloway James, Wilkesboro. 
Ilackett Frank. Wilkesboro. 
Cook C. L. Wilkesboro. 
York Tyre, Trap Hill. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS- 

Wilkesboro, Calvin J. Cowles. 
Trap Hill, A. C. Bryan. 
Hay Meadow, Mr. Sebastian. 

Warrior Creek 

Stony Fork 

Reddle's River 



WILSON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 0,720. 

County Seat — Wilson. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, J. W. Lancaster. 
Clerk Co. Court, B. P. Briggs. 
Clerk Sup. Court, T. J. Rowe. 
Chairman Co. Court, A. G. Brooks. 
Clerk and M. in Eq., B. H. Blount. 

Coroner, 

Register, A. J. Brown. 
Sheriff, J. W. Davis. 
Deputy Sheriff, A. J. Sinims. 

Surveyor, 

Standard Keeper, A. Farmer. 
Trustee, L. D. Farmer. 

SCHOOLS. 

Wilson Female Seminary, JMessrs. 

Hooper. 
Wilson Male Academy, G. W. Arring- 

ton. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Wilson, meth., C. C. Dods-on. 
Batts', meth., Joyners, J. W. Jenkins. 
Mt. Zion, meth., Joyners, J. W. Jenkins. 

Town Creek, prim, bap., .Joyners, Jesse 

Baker. 
White Oak, prim, bap., Saratoga, Jesse 

Baker. 
Wilson, prim, bap., Jesse Baker. 
Black Creek, prim, bap., Mr. Grumpier. 
Wilson, mis. bap., Wm. Hooper. 
St. Timothy, epis., Wilson, A. A Benton. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSES. 

Wilson Hotel, J. J. Lutts. 
R. R. Hotel, Wilson, Pate & Farmer. 
Boarding House, V/ilson, T. B. Gilliam. 
Bar and Restaurant, W'ilson, W. C. Batts. 
Bar and Restaurant, Wilson, B. D. Stith. 



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LAWYERS. 

Barnes A. Wilson. 
Blount George W. Wilson. 
Lancaster Jas. W. Wilson. 
Howard & Whitfield, Wilson. 
t^ingletary R. W. Wilson. 
Woodard Jas. S. Wilson. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Condon Thos. coachmaker, Stantonsburg* 

Parker, Murray & Co., coachmakers, 
Wilson. 

GriflSn & Clark, coachmakers, Wilson. 

Ruffin A. G. cabinet maker, Wilson. 

Farmer & Wainright, foundry and agri- 
cultural warehouse, Wilson. 

Mayo E. T. plow manufactory, Wilson. 

MERCHANTS. 

Armstrong, Daniel, grocer, Joyners' 

Depot. 
Barnes A. grocer. Black Creek. 
Borden & Carrow, Stantonsburg. 
Clark E. G. grocer, Wilson. 
Grafton John, grocer, Wilson. 
Cobb Gray, Joyner's Depot. 
Chrismas N. C. grocer. Black Creek. 
Farmer W. D. Joyner's Depot. 
Gardner Thos. Saratoga. 
Griffin G. H. .Joyner's Depot. 
Kincaid W. J. AVilson. 
Lamb Wiley, Wilson. 
Rosenthal E. Wilson. 
Rountree (M.) & Co. Wilson. 
Prosise T. .J. confectioner, Wilson. 
Itountree Chas. J. drugs, Wilson. 
Stith B. B. grocer, Wilson. 
Taylor Jas. .J .Joyner's Depot. 
Thomas ,J. ,J. Wilson. 
Winstead Harris, Joyner's Dejiot. 
Wilkinson & Dunn, Stantonsburg. 
Winstead & Hardy, Wilson. 
Williams Mrs. — milliner, Wilson. 
Wiggins Jas. Wilson. 
Woodard S. Black Creek. 
Yelverton (Pi. S.) & Co. Stantonsburg. 



MINISTERS. 

Hooper Wra. mis. bap., Wilson. 

Baker J. prim, bap., Saratoga. 
Grumpier -, prim, bap., Black Creek. 

Benton A. A. epis., Wilson. 

Dodson C. C. meth., Wilson. 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Barefoot's, WHson, A. J. & G. W. Bare- 
foot. 
Baker's, Wilson, R. H. Baker. 
Barnes', Wilson, Joshua Barnes. 
Steam Saw, Wilson, Jno. T. Barnes. 
Farmer's, Joyner's Depot, W. D. Farmer. 
Steam Saw, Wilson, Wiley Lamb. 
Simms', Wilson, Wiley Simms. 
Taylor's, ;Wilson, Dr. Taylor. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

The Plaindealer, Wilson, C. S. McDau- 

iel, Editor. 
Zion's Landmarks, Wilson, L. I. Boden- 

heimer, Editor. - 

PHYSICIANS. 

Armstrong Jas. II. Joyner's Depot. 
Barnes E. Wilson. 
Brewer W. S. Black Creek. 
Barham R. G. Wilson. 
King R. W. Wilson. 
Moore A. D. Wilson. 
Peacock C. C. Stantonsburg. 
Stith L. A. Wilson. 
Winstead J. H. Wilson. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Black Creek, Mrs. H. C. Chrismas. 
Joyner's Depot, G. H. Griffin. 
Wilson, Mrs. Daniel. 
Stantonsburg, 



YADKIN COUNTY. 

PoruLATiON IN 18G0 10,714. 

County Seat — Yadkinsville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, .J. A. Hampton. 
Clerk County Court, J. G. Marler. 
Clerk Superior Court, S. T. Speer. 
Chairman Co. Court, E. C. Roughtan. 
Clerk and M. in Eq., A. II. Thompson. 

Coroner, 

Register, T. L. Tulburt. 
.Sheriff, E. C. Rough ton. 
Surveyor, W. W. Patterson. 

Standard Keeper, 

Trustee, 



1 A. C. Cowles. 



Special Court, |- J. Williams, Sr. 

) John D. Holcomb. 



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SCHOOLS. 

Jonesville Academy, C. C. Hackett. 
Yadkinsville School, John U. Johnston. 

CHURCHES & PASTORS. 

Cross Roads, bap., T. W. Parish. 
Enon, bap., M. Baldwin. 
Flat Rock, bap., \7m. G. Brown. 
Island Ford, bap., E. Martin. 
Mt. Gilead, bap., N. S. Chaffin. 
Eeece's Church, bap., T. W. Parish. 
Swain's Church, bap., W. G. Brown. 
Union Grove, bap., T. D. Cassleman. 
Yadkinville, bap., Abram Weaver. 

Yadkinvllle, chris., R. Poindexter. 

Centre, meth., L. F. Way. 

Hickory Grove, meth., L. F. Way. 
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Macedonia, 

]Mt. Pleasant, 

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Mt. Moria, 

Oak Grove, 

Prospect, 

Providence, 

Wesley's Chapel, do 

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HOTELS. 

Jonesville Hotel, B. B. Benham, Prop. 
Yadkinville Hotel, A. H. Thompson. 

LAWYERS. 

Dobson, Joseph Yadkinville. 
Hampton, .John A. Hamptouville. 
Smith, A. N. Yadkinville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Fleming & Reece. ]\It. Nebo. 
Gough, John E. Hamptonville. 
Horn, iSTicholson &, Co., East Bend. 
Marler & Wilson, Yadkinville. 
IVIartin, D. A. & Co., East Bend. 
Martin & Roberts, Huntsville. 
Nicholson & Gough, Yadkinville. 
Poindexter, R. C. East Bend. 
Reeves, W. II. Jonesville. 

MINISTERS. 

Brown, "\V. G. bap., Hamptonville. 
Baldwin, M. bap., Huntsville. 
Brickie, A. J. bap., Yadkinville. 
ChalBn, N. S. bap. 

Cassleman, Thos. D. bap., Yadkinville. 
3Iay, Samuel bap., Yadkinville. 



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Poindexter, D. A. bap., East Bend. 
Parish, T. W. bap. 
Poindexter, R. chris., Mt. Nebo. 
Van Eaton, W. L. meth., local Jonesville. 
Way, L. F. meth., Hamptonville. • 
Weaver, Abram bap., Yadkinville. 

MILLS AND MILL OWNERS. 

Armstrong's, Jonesville, Jas. Armstrong, 

Proprietor. 
Carter & Wooten's, Carter & Wooten, 

Proprietors. 
Glen's, East Bend, Tyre Glen. 
Glen's, East Bend, J. Glen. 
Holcomb's, Yadkinville, G. A. Holcomb. 
Hauser's, Yadkinville, T. C. Hauser. 
Joyuer's, East Bend, T. Joyner. 
JMartin's, East Bend, Wm. & R. Martin. 
Neil's, Hamptonville. 
Rineharts', HamptonvUle. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Barker, D. J. Jonesville 
Baker, H. C. Red Plains. 
Benbury, E East Bend. 
Cockerham, D. S. Hamptonville. 
Dozier, N. B. Boonville. 
Holcomb, D. F. Yadkinville. 
Hampton, E. B. Jonesville. 
Hampton, John Hamptonville. 
Hampton, Leroy, Hamptonville. 
Glenn, N. W. East Bend. 
Kinyon, J. H. Red Plains. 
Long, T. Mt. Nebo. 
Marler, W. A. Yadkinville. 
Robertson, W. H. Huntsville. 
Wilson, H. C. Yadkinville. 
York, L. Mt. Nebo. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

East Bend, E. Benbow. 
Forbush, Stephen Ilobson. 
Huntsville, T. Griffith. 
Hamptonville, A. G. Carson. 
Jonesville, B. B. Benham. 
Jit. Nebo, James Adams. 
Richmond Hill, Mary Crump. 
Yadkinville, A. P. Newheart. 



YANCEY COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 8,055 

County Seat— BuRNSViLLE. 
COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Attorney, J. S McElroy. 

Clerk County Court, D. ]M. Cowles. 



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YANCEY. 



Clerk Superior Court, M. W. Horton. 
Chairman Co. Court, David Proffit. 

Clerk & M. in Equity 

Coroner 

Register, J. L. Hyatt. 
Sheriff, W. E. Percy. 

Surveyor 

Standard Keeper 

Trustee 

SCHOOL. 

Academy, Bumsville, M. Lewis, Pres't. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Crabtree, bap. Jacob & Thomas Silver. 
Pensacola, bap. John Wheeler. 
South Tar River, bap. N. Harrison John 
and Antony. 

Jack's Creek, meth. J. R. Patterson. 
Waynesville, meth. W. H. Stevens. 

Cane Run, f. w. bap. Leroy Sums and 

John Ammond. 
Egypt, f. w. bap. Samuel Wilson and 

Howell Briggs. 
Price's Creek, f . w. bap. Wm. Briggs and 

R. Pinner. 
Price's Creek, f. w. bap. J. W. Hooker. 

HOTELS & BOARDING HOUSE. 

Boarding House, Burnsville, Greenwood 

& Williams. 
Hotel, Bumsville, Fenly Laws. 
Hotel, Burnsville, S. D. Poor. 

LAWYER. 

Wilson R. D. Bumsville. 

MANUFACTORIES & MECHANICS. 

Boon (Jeremiah) & Sons, blacksmiths, 

Burnsville. 
Marsh .J. tailor, Burnsville. 
Moore, W. M. tailor, Bumsville. 
Mclnturff Robert, boot and shoe maker, 

Burnsville. 
Robertson John, tanner, Burnsville. 
Parrott G. B. cabinet maker and house 

carpenter, Burnsville. 
Ramsay R. cabinet maker and house 

carpenter, Bumsville. 
Williams J. tanner, Burnsville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Hyatt J. L. grocer, Burnsville. 
Penlaud M. P. dry goods, Bumsville. 
Roberts A. J. dry goods, Bumsville. 



Yancey (John) & Son, dry goods, Bums- 
ville. 
Young T. dry goods, Bumsville. 

MINISTERS. 

Antony John, bap. Bumsville. 

Ammon John, f. w. bap. 

Briggs Howell, f. w. bap. 

Briggs Wm. f. w. bap. 

Hooker J. W. f. w. bap. Burnsville. 
Pinner — f . w. bap. Bumsville. 
Sums Leroy, f. w. bap. Burnsville. 
Wilson Samuel, f. w. bap. Burnsville. 

Ilariison N. bap. Bumsville. 
Silver Thomas, bap. Burnsville. 
Silver Jacob, bap. Bumsville. 
Wheeler John, bap. Burnsville. 

Stevens W. H. meth., Bumsville. 
Hampton Ezekiel, meth. (local) Day 

Book. 
Houston Dr. meth. (local) BumsviUe. 
Patterson J. R. meth. (local) Day Book. 

MINES. 

Gold Found, near Egypt. 

Iron on Caney River and on South Foe 

River. 
Iron oar, Coperas & Black Lead on South 

Foe River. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Hampton's, Jack's Creek, Wade Hampton. 
Higg-ins', Egypt, Jas. Higgins. 
Kinsley's, Egypt, F. Hinsley. 
Ilntchins', Crabtree, Wm. Hutchins. 
McMahan's, Pensacola, Arch. McMahan. 
Peterson's, .Jack's Creek, Mr. Peterson. 
Peck, Egypt, J. W. Peck. 
Penland's, Burnsville, W. P. Penlaud. 
Rj.y's, Pensacola, Jesse Ray. 
Ray's, Caney River, Wm. Kay. 
Whittington's, Caney River, B. B. Whit- 

tingtou. 
Wilson's Caney River, Wm. Wilson. 
Young's, Crabtree, C. F. Young. 

PHYSICIANS. 

ITorton 'Mc. Wm. Bumsville. 
Houston Thomas, Bumsville. 
Lewis O. M. Bumsville. 
Whittington B. B. Bumsville. 

POST OFFICES & POST MASTERS. 

Bumsville, Joshua Williams. 
Ball Creek, David Proffit. 
Day Book, S. S. Peterson. 



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JN^ORTH CAROLINA 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 



BANKS, &c. 



State Agricultural Society. 

W. R. Holt, Pres't, Lexington. 
Dr. E. A. Crudup, Vice Pres. Louisbiirg'. 
S. F. Paterson, Vice Pres. Lenoir, Cald- 
well County. 
R. R. Bridges, Vice Pres. Tarboro. 
W. B. Wadsworth, New Berne. 
Fab. J. Hutching, Treasurer, Raleigh, 
P. F. Pescud, Eec. Sec. Raleigh. 

EXECUTIYE COMMITTEE. 

Gen. . R. Cox, Raleigh. 

Maj. R. S. Tucker, Raleigh. 

J. W. B. Watson, Raleigh. 

David Hinton, Raleigh. 

W. R. Pool, Raleigh. 

Dan'l M. Barringer. 

Dr. J. E. Williamson, Granville. 

Thomas Walton, Morganton. 

P. E. Smith, Halifax. 

J. F. Bridgers, Tarboro. 

BORDER AGRICULT'AL SOCIETY 

Wm. T. Sutherlin, Danville, Va., Pres't' 
Wm. Long, Caswell County, N. C, 1st 

Vice Pres't. 
Wm. D. Bethel, Rockingham Co. N. C, 

2nd Vice Pres't. 
John W. Cuningham, Person Co. N. C, 

3rd Vice Pres't. 
T. H. Stamps, Pittsylvania Co. Va., 4th 

Vice Pres't. 
Wm. Martin, Henry Co. Va., 5th Vice 

Pres't. 
Thos. E. Barksdale, Halifax Co. Va., 6th 

Vice Pres't. 
J. J. Crews, Danville, Va., 7th Vice 

Pres't. 
Abner Anderson, Danville, Va., Treas'r. 
Powhatan Bouldin, Danville, Va., Kec. 

Secretary. 
Thos. P. Atkinson, Danville, Va., Cor. 

Secretary. 

BUNCOMBE AGRICUL'AL SOCIE'V 

W. W. McDowell, Asheville, Pres't. 
Gen. J. S. Martin, Asheville, Sec'y. 

Ckaven Co. Agricultural Society. 
Edgecombe Agricultural Society. 
Randolph Agricllt URAL Society. 
Central Agricul'al So'y, Henderson. 
Wayne Co. Agricultural Society. 
Wake Co. Agricultural Society. , 



Banks in North Carolina. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NO. CA., 
CHARLOTTE. 

John Wilkes, President ; M. P. Pegram, 
Cashier; S. L. Riddle, Teller. 

RALEIGH NATIONAL BANK, RALEIGH. 
R. W. Pulliam, President ; Wm. B. Gu- 
lick. Cashier; C. J. Iredell, Teller; W. 
Hal. Harrison, Book-keeper. 
NATIONAL BANK "OP NEW BERNE. 

David Heaton, President ; H. H. Thomp- 
son, Cashier. 

FIRST NATIONAL B.'INK, WILMINGTON. 
E. E. Bur;uss,Tresident ; A. Iv. Walker, 
Cashier. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, SALEM. 
I. G. Lash, President; W. A. Lemley, 
Cashier. 

i^" The old State Banks are not now 
doing business. Most of them are 
winding up as rapidly as convenient. 



Brokers. 

Guion (,LA.) & Co. Middle st. New Berae' 
Jones (S. T ) & Co. cor. Middle & Front 

sts. New Berne. 
Rountree R. H. S. Front st. New Berne. 
Wiley (P. A.) & Co. Hay st. Fayetteville. 
Henry S. Kellog, Greensboro. 
Wilson & Shober, Greensboro. 
T. W. Dewey & Co. Charlotte. 
Barringer, Kellog & Peters, Charlotte. 
James Dawson, Wilmington. 
John G. Williams & Co. Raleigh. 
Rui^sell Chapman, Tarboro. 
Burbanks & Gallagher, Washington. 



Board of Literature, 

His Excellency Jonathan W^orth, Pres't. 

Ex-officio. , 

Rev. C. H. Wiley, of Guilford County. 
James M. Parrott, of Lenoir County. 
Maj. Hiram W. Husted, of Wake County. 
W. II. Bagley, Secretary. 



Board of Internal Improvement. 

Ilis Excellency Jonathan Worth, Pres't. 

Ex-officio. 
Patrick H. Winston, Bertie County. 
Dr. J. G. Ramsey, of Rowan County. 
Wm. II. Bagley, Secretary. 



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CONGRESS. 



CONGRESS. 



Tlie Fortieth Congress. 

The following is a full list of the mem- 
bers of both Houses of the Fortieth 
Congress, the Republican members be- 
ing marked " R," and the opposition 
"b." 

SENATE. 

BenjammF. Wade, r. of Ohio, President. 
John W. Forney, r, of Penn., Sec'y. 



MAINE. 

Lot j\L Jklorrill, r 
Wm. P. Fessenden, r 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Aaron H. Cragin, r 
J as. W. Patterson, r 

VERMONT. 
Geo. F. Edmunds, r 
Justus S. IMorrill, r 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Charles Sumner, r 
Henry "Wilson, r 

RHODE ISLAND. 

William Sprague, r 
Henry B. Anthony, r 

CONNECTICUT. 

James Dixon, d 
Orris 8. Ferry, r 

NEW YORK. 
Edwin D. Slorgan, r 
Roscoe Conkling, r 

NEW JERSEY. 

F. T. Frelinghuysen, r 
Alex G. Gattell, r 

PENNSTLYANIA. 

Chas. R. Buckalew, d 
Simon Cameron, r 

DELAWARE. 

Geo. R. Riddle, d 
Wm. Saulsbury, d 

MARYLAND. 

Reverdy Johnson, d 



Term JUxpircs 
18G9 
1871 



1871 

1873 



WEST VIRGINIA. 
P. G. Van Winkle, r 
Waitman T. Willey, r 

KENTUCKY. 



1869 
1873 



1869 
1871 



1869 

1871 



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1873 



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1873 



1869 
1871 



1869 
1873 



1869 
1873 



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TENNESSEE. 

David T. Patterson, d 
Joseph S. Fowler, r 

OHIO. 

Benjamin F. Wade, r 
John bherman, r 

INDIANA. 
T. A. Hendricks, d 
Oliver Morton, r 

ILLINOIS. 

Richard Yates, r 
Lyman Trumbull, r 

MICHIGAN, 

Zach Chandler, r 
Jacob M. Howard, r 

WISCONSIN. 
James R. Doolittle, d 
Timothy O. Howe, r 

MINNESOTA. 

Alex. Ramsey, r 
Daniel S. iS^orton, d 

IOWA. 

James W. Grimes, r 
James Harlan, r 

MISSOURI. 
John B. Henderson, r 
Charles D. Drake, 

liANSAS. 

Edmuhd G. Ross, r 
Samuel C. Pomeroy, r 

NEBRASKA. 

Thos. W. Tipton, r 
John M. Thayer, r 

NEVADA. ^ 

Wm. M. Stewart, r 
James W. Nye, r 

CALIFORNIA. 

John Conness, r 
Cornelius Cole, r 

OREGON. 
Geo. H. Williams, r 
Henry Corbett, 

^COLORADO. 

John. Evans, r 
Jerome B Chaffe, r 



Garrett Davis, d 



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1871 



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1871 



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1873 



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1873 



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1873 



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1871 



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1873 



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1873 



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1873 

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1871 



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1871 



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1873 



*Not admitted. 

RECAPITULATION. 

Republicans, 44. Democrats and Con- 
servatives, 10. 



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CONGRESS 



CONGRESS. 



HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES. 

Schuyler Colfax, r, of In- 
diana, Speaker. 

Edward McPherson, r, of 

Pennsylvania, Clerk. 

MAIKE. 

John Lynch, r 
Sidney Perham, r 
James G. Blaine, r 
John A. Peters, r 
Frederick A. Pike, r 

NEW HAMPSniRE. 

Jacob H. Ela, r 
Aaron F. Stevens, r 
Jacob Benton, r 

VERMONT. 

F. E. Woodbridge, r 
Luke P. Poland, r 
W. C. Smith, r 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Thomas D. Elliot, r 
Oakes Ames, r 
Ginery Twitchell, r 
Samuel Hooper, r 
Benjamin F. Butler, r 
Nathaniel P. Banks, r 
George S. Boutwell, r 
John D. Baldwin, r 
Wm. B. Washburn, r 
Henry L. Dawes. 

KHODE ISLAND. 

Thomas S. Jenckes, r 
Nathan F. Dixon, r 

CONNECTICUT. 
Richard D. Hubbard, d 
Julius Hotchkiss, d 
H. H. Starkweather, r 
"VMlliam H. Bamum, d 

N'i:w YORK. 
Stephen Tabor, d 
Demas Barnes, d 
Wm. E. Robinson, d 
John Fox, d 
John Morrissey, d 
Thomas E. Stewart, d 
John W. Chandler, d 
Jas. Brooks, d 
Fernando Wood, d 
Wm. H. Robertson, r 
Thomas H. Van Wyck, r 
John H. Ketchum, r 
Thomas Cornell, r 
John V. L. Pruj'n, d 
John A. Griswold, r 
Orange Ferris, r 
Calvin T. Hulburd, r 
James M. Mervin, r 



Wm. C. Fields, r 
Addison H. Laffin, r 
Alex. H. Bailey, r 
John C. Churchill, r 
Denis ]\IcCarthy, r 
Theo. M. Pomeroy, r 
Wm. H. Kelscy, r 
Wm. S. Lincoln, r 
Hamilton Ward, r 
Lewis Selve, r 
Burt Van Horn, r 
James M. Murphy, d 
Henry Van Aernam, r 

NEW JERSEY. 

Wm. Moore, r 
Chas. Haight, d 
Charles Stitgreaves, d 
John Hill, r 
Geo. A. Halsey, r 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Samuel J. Randall, d 
Chas. O'Neill, r 
Leonard Myers, r 
Wm. D. Kelley, r 
Caleb N. Taylor, r 
Ben. ]VL Boyer, d 
Jno M. Bromell, r 
Jno. L. Getz, d 
Thaddeus Stevens, r 
Henry L. Cake, r 
David M. Van Auken, d 
George W. Woodward, d 
Ulysses Mercer, r 
George F. Miller, r 
A. J. Grossbrenner, d 
Wm. H. Koontz, r 
Daniel J. Morrell, r 
Samuel F. Wilson, r 
Glenni W. Scofield, r 
Darwin A. Finney, r 
John Covode, r 
Jas. K. Morehead, r 
Thomas Williams, r 
Geo. V. Lawrence, r 

DELEWARE. 

John A Nicholson, d 

MARYLAND. 
Hiram McCullock, d 
Stevenson Archer, d 
Chas. E. Phelps, d 
Francis Thomas, r 
Frederick Stone, r 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Chester D. Hubbard, r 
Bethuel M. Kitchen, r 
Daniel Polsley, r 

KENTUCKY. 

L. S. Trimble, d 
John Y. Brown, d 
John S. Golladay, d 



J. Proctor Knott, d 
Asa P. Grover, d 
Thomas L. Jones, d 
James B. Beck, d 
George M. y^dams, d 
John D. Young, d 

KANSAS. 
Sidney Clarke, r 

tenness5:e. 
Roderick R. Butler, r 
Horace Maynard, r 
William D. Stokes, r 
James Mullins, r 
John Trimble, r 
Samuel M. Amell, r 
Isaac R. Hawkins, r 
David A. Nunn, r 

OHIO. 
Benjamin Eggleston, r 
Samuel F. Carey, r 
Robt. O. Schenck, r 
W^m. Lawrence, r 
Wm. Alungen, d 
Reader W. Clarke, r 
Samuel Shellabarger, r 
C. S. Hamilton, r 
Ralph P. Buckland, r 
James M. Asheley, r 
John T. Wilson, r 
Pailad Van Trump, d 
George "W. IMorgan, d 
IMattin Walker, r 
Tobias A. Plants, i* 
John A. Bingham, r 
Ephraim R. Eckley, r 
Rufus P. Spaulding, r 
James A. Garfield, r 

INDIANA. 

Wm. E. Niblack, d 
T>Iichael C. Kerr, d 
Morton C. Hunter, r 
Wm. S. Holman, d 
George W. Julian, r 
John Coburn, r 
H. I). Washburn, r 
Goodlove S. Orth, r 
Schuyler Colfax, r 
Wm. Williams, r 
John P. C. Shanks, r 

ILLINOIS. 

At large — J. A. Logan, r 
Norman B. Judd, r 
John F. Famsworth, r 
Elihu B. Washburne, r 
Abner C. Harding, r 
f]ben C. Ingersoll, r 
Burton C. Cook, r 
H. P. Bromwell, r 
Shelby M. Cullom, r 
Lewis W. Ross, d 
Albert G. Burr, d 



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CONGRESS. 



COURTS. 



Samuel S. Marshall, d 
Jehu Baker, r 
Green B. Baum, r 

MICHIGAN. 

Fer. C. Beaman, r 
Chas. Upson, r 
Austin Blair, r 
Thos. W. Ferry, r 
R. E. Trowbridge, r 
Jno. F. Driggs, r 

WISCONSIN. 

Ilalbert E. Paine, r 
Ben. F. Hopkins, r 
Amasa Cobb, r 
Chas. A. Eldridge, d 
Philetos S?wyer, r 
C. C. Washburns, r 
MINNESSOTA. 
Wm. Windom, r 
Ignatius Donnelly. 

IOWA. 

James F. AVilson, r 
Hiram Price, r 
Wm. B. Allison, r 
Wm. Loughbridge, r 



Geori^e M. Dodge, r 
Asahel Yi. Hubbard, r 

MISSOURI. 
Wm. A. Pile, r 
Chas. A. Newcomb, r 
Jas. B. j\IcCormick, d 
Jos. J. Gravelly, r 
Jos. W. jMcClurg, r 
Robt. T. Van Horn, r 
Ben. F. Loan, r 
John F. Benjamin, r 
George W. Anderson, r 

NEBRASKA. 

John Trade, r 

NEVADA. 

Delos M. Ashley, r 

CALIFORNIA. 

Samuel B. Axfell, d 
Williams Higby, r 
James A. Johnson, d 

OREC40N. 

Ruf us Mallory, r 

^COLORADO. 

George M. Chilicott, r 



DELEGATES. 

ARIZONA. 

Coles Bashford, r 

DAKOTA. 

Walter A. Burleigh, r 

IDAHO. 
E. D. Holbrook, d 
MONTANA. 

Jas. M. Cavanaugh, d 

NEW MEXICO. 

C. p. Clever, d (contested) 

UTAH. 

William D. Hooper, d 

WASHINGTON. 

Alvin Flanders, r 

* WYOMING. 

James S. Casement, r 

RECAPITULATION. 

(Without Delegates from 
Territories) : 

Republicans, 145. Demo- 
crats and Conservatives, 
49. - 

*JSrot admitted. 



Courts of Pleas & Qua't'r Sessions. 

Anson County — On the second Monday in 

January, April, July and October. 
Ashe— Fourth Monday in February, May, 

August and November. 
Alexander— First Monday in March, June, 

September and December. 
Alamance— First Monday after the 4th 
Monday of February, May, August and 
November. 
Alleghany — Fourth Monday in January, 

April, July and October. 
Beaufort— Third Monday in March and 
September, and the first Monday in 
June aud December. 
Bertie— Second ]\Ionday in February, 

May, August and November. 
Bladen— First Monday in February,May, 

August and November. 
Brunswick — First Jlo'day in Ma' ch, June, 

September and December. 
Buncombe — Sixth Monday after the 4th 
]\Ionday in April, July, September and 
December. 
Burke — Fifth Monday after the 4th Mon- 
day in February, May, August and 
November. 
Cabarrus — Third Monday in January, 

April, July and October. 
Caldwell — Sixth Monday after the 4th 
Monday in February, May, August and 
November. 



Camden— Second Mo'dny in ^la'ch, June, 

September aud November. 
Carteret— Third Monday in February, 

May, August and November. 
Caswell — First Monday after the 4th 
]\Ionday of jMarch, June, September 
and December. 
Catawba— Second Monday in February, 

May, August and November. 
Chatham — Second 3Ionday in February, 

May, August and November. 
Chowan — First Monday in February, 

May, August and November. 
Cleaveland— First Monday after the 4th 
]\Ionday in February, May, August and 
November. 
Columbus— Second Monday in February, 

May, August and November. 
Craven — Second Monday inMa'ch, June, 

September and December. 
Cumbeiland- First Monday in March, 

June, September and December. 
Currituck— Last Monday in February, 

]\L\y, August and November. 
Cherokee— Second Monday iu April, July, 

September and December. 
0]ay_First Monday in April, July, Sep- 
tember and December. 
Duplin— Third Monday in Jan'ry, April, 

Julv and October. 
Davidson— Second Monday in February, 
May, August and November. 



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COURTS. 



Davie — Fourth Mont^ay in Feb'ry, May, 

August and November. 
Edgecombe — Fourth ]\Ionday in Feb'ry, 

May, August and November. 
Franklin — Second JMonday in March, 

June, September and December. 
Forsythe — Third jVIonday in March, .June, 

September and December. 
Gates — Thid JMouday in February, May, 

August and November. 
Granville — First Monday in February, 

May, August and November. 
Greene — Second Jlondiiy in February, 

May, August and November. 
Guilford — Third Monday in February, 

May, August and November. 
Gaston — Fourth Monday in February, 

J\Iay, August and November. 
Halifax — Third IMonday in JMarch, June, 

September and December. 
Harnett- -Second Mo'day in Ma'ch, June, 

September and December. 
Haywood — First Monday after the 4th 

Monday in April, July, September and 

December. 
Hertford — Fourth Monday in February, 

May, August and November. 
Hyde — Second Monday in Feb'ry, May, 

August and November. 
Henderson — Third Monday after the 4th 

Monday in April, July, September and 

December. 
Iredell — Third Monday in Febu'ry, May, 

August and November. 
Johnston — Fourth Slonday in February, 

May, August and November. 
Jones — Fifth Monday after the fourth 

Monday in March and September, and 

on the last Monday in Jan'y and July. 
Jackson — Fourth Monday in April, July, 

September and Deccmiaer. 
Lenoir — First Slonday in January and 

July, and third Monday in March and 

September. 
Lincoln — Third Monday in Feb'ry, May, 

August and November. 
Martin — Second Monday in Jan'ry, April, 

July and October. 
McDowell— Fourth Monday after the 4th 

in Feb'ry, May, August and Nov'mber. 
Mecklenburg — Second ]\Ionday in Jan'y, 

April, July and October. 
Montgomery — First J>Ionday in January, 

April, July and October. 
Moore — Fourth Monday in Jan'y, April, 

July and October. 
Macon — Third Monday in April, July, 

September and December. 
Madison — Fourth Monday after the 4th 

Monday in xipril, July, September and 

December. 
Mitchell — Fourth Mo'day inMa'ch, June, 

September and December. 



Nash — Second ?iTonday in Febu'ry, May, 

August and November. 
New Hanover — Second Monday in Ma'ch, 

June, September and December. 

Northampton — First Monday in March* 
June, September and December. 

Onslow — Frist Monday in March, June, 
September and December. 

Orange — Fourth Monday in Feb'y, May, 
August and November. 

Pasquotank — Monday in ]\Iarch, 

June, September and December. 
Perquimans — Second Monday in Feb'ry, 

May, August and December. 
Person — Third Monday in March, June, 

September and December. 
Pitt — First Jlonday in February, May, 

August and November. 
Polk — Second IMonday after the fourth 

JMonday in February, May, August and 

November. 
Randolph — First Monday in Feb'y, May, 

August and November. 
Richmond — Third JMonday in Januaiy, 

April, July and October. 
Rowan— First jMonday in February,May, 

Aiagust and November. 
Robeson — Fourth Monday in Fobruaiy, 

May, August and November. 
Rockingham — Fourth Monday in Feb'y, 

May, August and November. 
Rutherford — Third Monday after the 4th 

Monday in February, May August and 

November. 
Sampson — Third Monday in Feb'y, Slay, 

August and November. 
Stokes — Third Monday in March, June, 

Septemlier and December. 
Burrj^ — Second Monday in Feb'ry, May, 

August aud November. 
Stanly — -Third Monday in Feb'ary, May, 

August and November. 
Tyrrell — Fourth Monday in Jan'y, April, 

July, and October. 
Transylvania — Second Monday after the 

fiiuith Monday in April, July, Sejitem- 

ber and December. 
Union — First J^Ionday in Janaury, April, 

July and October. 
Wake — Third Idonday in February, May, 

August and November. 
Warren — Fourth Monday in Feb'y, May, 

August and November. 
AVashington — Third Monday in Feb'ry, 

]\Lay, August and November. 
Watauga — Seventh Monday after the 4th 

Monday in February', May, August and 

November. 
Wayne — Third Monday in Feb'ry, May, 

August and November. 
WilUes — First ^Monday in Feb'ry, May, 

August and November. 



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Wilson — Fourth Monday in Jan'y, AprU, 

July and October. 
Yadkin — First i^Ionday in January, April, 

Juh'^ and October. 
Yancy — Fifth JMonday after the fourth 

Monday in April, July, September and 

December. 



Superior Courts. 

FIRST CIKCTJIT. 

Tyrell— First ]!ironday in March and Sep- 
tember. 

Washington — Second Monday in March 
and September. 

Bertie— Third Monday in March >nd 
September. 

Hertford— Fourth Monday in March and 
November. 

Gates— First Monday after the 4th JMon- 
day in March and September. 

Chowan — Second Monday after the 4th 
jronday in "March and September. 

Perquimans — Third Monday after the 4tJi 
Monday in March and September. 

Pasquotank— Fourth Monday after the 
4th Monday in IMarch and September. 

Camden— Fifth Monday after the 4th 
Monday in March and September. 

Currituck— Sixth Monday after the 4th 
Monday in March and September. 

SECOND CIRCUIT. 

Duplin — Fourth Monday in March and 

September. 
Wayne— First ]\Ionday after the fourth 

Monday iu March and September. 
Green — Second JMonday after the fourth 

Monday in March and September. 
Lenoir— Third Jlonday after the fourth 

Monday in March and September. 
Craven— Fourth ^Monday after the fourth 

Monday in March and September. 
Jones — Wednesday next nf ter fifth ]*,[on- 

day after the fourth jMonday in March 

and September. 
Onslow — Sixth Monday after the fourth 

Monday in March and September. 
Carteret— Seventh Monday after the 4th 

Monday in March and September. 
Beaufort — Eighth Monday after the 4th 

Monday in March and September. 
Hyde — Xinth Monday after the fourth 

Monday in jNIarch and September. 
"Wilson— Tenth I*Jonday after the fourth 

jMonday in March and September. 

THIRD CIRCUIT. 

Martin — On the Jlonday before the first 
Monday in March and September. 

Pitt— The First Monday in March and 
September. 



Edgecombe — Second Monday in March ^ 

and September. 
"N"ash — Third Monday in March and Sep- 
tember. 
Johnston— Fourth Monday in ^March and 

September. 
"Wake — First Monday after the fourth 

]\Ionday in IMarch and September. 
Frauklin — Second Monday after the 4th 

Monday in March and September. 
"Warren — ^Third Monday after the fourth 

Monday in March and September. 
Halifax — Fourth Monday after the 4th 

Monday in jMarch and September. 
Northampton — Fifth j\Ionday after the 

4th Monday iu March and September. 
FOURTH CIRCUIT. 
Granville — First Monday in March and 

September. 
Orange —Second Jlonday in March and 

September. 
Chatham — Third Monday in March and 

September. 
Kandolph — Fourth Monday in March and 

September. 
Davidson — First Monday after the fourth 

Monday in 3Iarch and September. 
Forsythe — Second Monday after the 

fourth Jlouday in March and Sept. 
Stokes — Third Monday after the fourth 

Monday in March and September. 
Guilford — Fourth INIonday after the 

fourth Monday in March and Sept. 
Rockingham — Fifth Monday after the 

fourth Monday in March and Sept. 
Caswell — Sixth Monday after tlie fourth 

Monday in March and September. 
Person — Seventh Monday after the 4th 

JMonday in March and September. 
Alamance — Eighth Monday after the 4th 

Monday in J\Iarch and September. 

FIFTH CIRCUIT. 

Harnett — Monday preceding the JMonday 
next before the last Monday in Febru- 
ary and Aiigust. 

Itloore — Monday before the last in Feb- 
ruary and August. 

Montgomery — Last Monday in February 
and August. 

Stanly — First ^londay in March and Sep- 
tember. 

Anson — Second Jilonday in Slarch and 
September. 

Richmond — Third Monday in JNIarch and 
September. 

Robeson— Fourth Monday in March and 
September. 

Bladen — First JMonday after the fourth 
Monday in iLirch and September. 

Columbus — Second Monday after the 
fourth Monday in March and Septem- 
ber. 



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JUDGES AND SOLICITOKS. 



Brunswick — Third Monday after the 4th 
Monflay in March and September. 

New Hanover — Fourth Monday after 
the fourth Monday in March and Sep- 
tember. 

Sampson — Sixth Monday after the fourth 
Monday in March and Sej)tember. 

Cumberland — Seventh Monday after the 
fourth jMouday in March and Septem- 
ber. 

SIXTH CIRCUIT. 

Davie — Fourth Monday in February and 

August. 
Yadkin — First Monday after the fourth 

Monday in. February and August. 
Surry — Second IVIonday after the fourth 

Monday in February and August. 
Alleghany — Third Monday after the 4th 

Monday in February and August. 
Ashe — Fourth Jlonday after the fourth 

]\Ionday in February and August. 
Wilkes — Fifth Monday after the fourth 

Monday in February and August. 
Alexander — Sixth Monday after the 4th 

JMonday in February and August. 
Iredell — Seventh Monday after the 4th 

Monday in February and August. 
ITnon — Eighth Monday after the fourth 

Monday in February and August. 
Mecklenburg — IST inth and Tenth Monday 

after the fourth Monday in February 

and March. 
Cabarrus — Eleventh Monday after the, 

4th Monday in February and August. 
Eowan — Twelfth Monday after the 4th 

Monday in February and August. 

SEVENTH CIKCUIT. 

Catawba — Second Monday in February 

and August. 
Lincoln — Third Monday in February and 

August. 
Gaston — Fourth Monday in February 

and August. 
Cleveland — First Monday after fourth in 

February and August. 
Polk — Second Monday after the fourth 

Monday in February and August. 
Rutherford — Third Monday after the 

4th i\Ionday in February and August. 
McDowell — Fourth Monday after the 4th 

Monday in February and August. 
Burke — Fifth Monday after the fourth 

Monday m February and August. 
Caldwell — Sixth Monday after the fourth 

Monday in February and Augu.st. 
Watauga — Seventh Monday after the 4th 

Mondaj' in February and August. 
EIGHTH CIRCUIT. 
Clay — First Monday in April and Sept. 
Cherokee — Second Monday in April and 

September. 



Macon — Third Monday in April and Sep- 
tember. 
Jackson — Fourth Monday in April and 

September. 
Haywood— First Monday after the fourth 

Monday in April and September. 
Transylvania — Second Monday after the 

fourth Monday in April and September. 
Henderson — Third Monday after the 4th 

Monday in April and September. 
Madison — Fourth Monday after the 4th 

Monday in April and September. 
Yancey — Fifth Monday after the fourth 

Monday in April and September. 
Mitchell — Sixth Monday after fourth in 

April and September. 
Buncombe — Seventh Monday after 4th 

in April and September, continued two 

weeks. 



Supreme Court of North Carolina. 

The Supreme Court of North Carolina is 
held at Raleigh semi-annually, on the 
second Monday in June and second 
Monday in January. 

Officers — R. M. Person, of Yadkin, 
Chief Justice, salary, $3,o()0 

W. H. Battle, of Orange, Asso. Judge, 
salary, $2,500 

E. G. Reade, of Person, Asso. Jiidge, 
salary, $2,500 

Sion H. Rogers, of Wake, Attor. General. 

S. F. Phillips, of Wake, Reporter, (ex- 
clusive of fees,) $600 

Edmund B. Freeman, of Wake, Clerk, 
(exclusive of fees,) $500 

James Litchford, of Wake, Marshal. 



Judges of Superior Courts, 

First Circuit — David A. Barnes. 
Second Circuit — Edward J. Warren. 
Third Circuit— Clinton A. Cilly. 
Fourth Circuit — Kobert P. Gilliam. 
Fifth Circuit — Ualph P. Buxton. 
Sixth Circuit — Anderson Mitchell. 
Seventh Circuit— William Jsl. Ship. 
Eighth Circuit 



Solicitors. 

First Circuit — Mills L. Eure, Gatesville 
Second Circuit- -W. T. Faircloth, Golds- 

boro. 
Third Circuit — Sion H. Rogers, Raleigh. 
Fourth Circuit — Thos. Settle, Wentworth. 
Fifth Circuit— Neil McKay, of Harnett 

County. 



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CONVENTION— 1868. 



Sixth Circuit— W. P. Caldwell, State'v'le. 
Seventh Circuit — AV. P. Byuum, Lin- 

colnton. 
Eighth Circuit — David Coleman, Ashe- 

ville. 



U. S. Cii'cuit Court for N. 0. 

Judge — Geo. W. Brooks, of Pasquotank, 

Attorney — D. W. Starbuck, of Salem. 

Marshall — Daniel R. Goodloe, of Ealeigh. 

Clerk— N. J. Iliddick, of Kaleigh. 

First Session held in Raleigh 1st Monday 
in June. 

Second Session held in Raleigh last Mon- 
day in November. 

U. S. District Courts for N. 0. 

Fdenton-rSecond Jlonday in April and 

October, Samuel T. Bond, Clerk. 
New Berne — Fourth Monday in April 

and October, Chas. Hibbard, Clerk. 
Wilmington — First Monday after the 4th 

Monday in April and October, Wm. 

Larkina, Clerk. 

Court— U. S. Supreme. 

Salmon P. Chase, of Ohio, Chief, 
salary $6,500 

ASSOCIATES. 

Nathan Clifford, of Maine, salary. 6,000 
Sam'l P. Nelson, of N. Y. salary. G,000 
Robt. C. Grier, of Penn., salary. . . 6,000 
David Davis, of Illinois, salary. . . . 6,000 
Noah H. Swayne, of Ohio, salary. . 6,000 
Sam'l F. Miller, of Iowa, salary. . 6,000 
Stephen J. Field, of Cal., salary. . 6,000 
Reporter, John W. "Wallace, of Ohio. 
Marshal, D. S. Gooding. 
Clerk, D. TV. Middleton. 

Tliere are now two vacancies. 

Court meets at Washington on the 
first Monday in December. 



Colleges. 

Kittrell Springs Female College, Gran- 
ville CO., Rev. C. B. Riddick, Pres. 

Goldsboro Female College, Wayne co., 
E. W. Adams, Pres. ' 

Floral Female College, Shoe Heel, Robe- 
son CO., Rev. G. Morgan, A. M., Pres. 

Louisburg Female College, Franklin co., 
Rev. Turner M. Jones, Pres. 

St. John's College, (Masonic) Oxford, 
Granville co., (not in operation — now 
belongs to the Grand Lodge.) 



Greensboro Female College, (Methodist) 

(burnt in 1864 and not yet rebuilt.) 
Trinity College, (Methodist) five miles 
from High Point, B. Craven, D.D., Pr. 
Thomasville Female College, Davidson 

CO., Rev. D. R. Bruton, Pres. 
Mecklenburg Female College, Charlotte, 

Rev. A. G. Stacy, Pres. 
Charlotte Female College, Rev. R. Bur- 
well & Son. 
Davenport Female College, Lenoir, Cald- 
well co., Rev. S.Lander, Pres. 
Carolina Female College, Anson co. 
Holston Conference Female College, 
Asheville, Rev. W. S. Kennedy, Pres. 
Concord Female College, Statesville, 
(Presb.) Rev. J. M. M. Caldwell, Pres. 
Murfreesboro Female CoUege. 
Davidson College, Male, (Presbyterian) 
Mecklenburg co., G. W. McPhail, D. 
D., Pres. 
Wake Forest College Male, (Baptist) 
Forestville, W. M. Wingate, D. D., Pr. 
North Carolina College, Male,(Lutheron) 
lilt. Pleasant, Caburrus co.. Rev. A. 
Bikle, Pres. 
Yadkin CoUege, Male, (Prot. Meth.) Da- 
vidson CO., Rev. G. W. Hege, Pres. 
Olin College, Male, Iredell co., Jamea 

Soothgate, Pres. 
Warrenton Female College, Warren co., 

Rev. J. B. Solomon, Pres. 
University of North Carolina, Chapel 
Hill, David L. Swain, LL. D., Pres. 
1^" There is but one Military Insti- 
tute in the State ; it is located at HiUs- 
boro, and conducted by General R. E. 
Colston. 

H;^* Many of the Institutes and Sem- 
inaries are of high grade and graduate 
students the same as the Colleges. 

8;^^ For full list of Seminaries, Insti- 
tutes, Academies, &c., see " Schools 
AJSiD Colleges," under each individual 
county. 



State CpnvGntion— 1868. 

Calvin J. Cowles, President. 

T. A. Byrnes, Secretary. 

J. H. Bonor, Assistant Secretary. 

J. E. O'Hara, Engrossing Clerk. 

Joel Asheworth, Engrossing Clerk. 

J. A. Peck, Sergeant at Arms. 

J. H. .Jones, Doorkeeper. 

J. T. Ball, Assistant Doorkeeper. 

Abbott J. C. New Hanover. 

Andrews Josh. P. Wake. 

Ashley S. S. New Hanover. 

Aydlott M. J, Gaston. 

Baker J. H. Edgecombe. 

Barnes H. Rockingham. 



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CONVENTION— 1868. 



GOVERNORS. 



Benbow E. 
Blume W. T. 
Bradley Geo. W. 
Bryan .T. Q. A. 
Carey W.* 
Carter S. 
Candler T. J. 
Cherry H. C* 
Chillson H. 
ColgroveD. D. 
Congfleton A. 
Cowles C. J. 
Cox T. L. L. 
Daniel "Wiley 
Dickey Q. W. 
Dowd H. A. 
Duckworth J. H. 
Durham P. 
Ellis J. R 
Eppes H.* 
Etheridge J. 
Fisher A. "W. • 
Forkner S. 
Franklin S. D. 
French F. F. 
French John 
French J. R. 
Fullings E. 
Gahagan G. W. 
Gallowav A. 11.* 
GarlandJ. S. 
Garrett W. B. G. 
George W. H. 
Glover A. J. 
Graham G. A. 
Graham J. W. 
Grant H. L. 
Grant H. T. 
GuUey N. 
Gunter W. T. 
Hare .J. B. 
Harris J. H.* 
Harris J. T. 
Hay Jaa. 
Hayes O. S. 
Hayes J. .T.* 
Heaton David 
Highsmith Samuel* 
ITobbs M. 
Hodnett P. 
Hoffler T. D. 
Hollowell J. 
Holt E. M. 
Hood J. W.* 
Hyman J. A.* 
Ing Jacob 
.Tones C. C. 
Jones E. W. 
King J. H. 
King R. W. 
Kinney I. 
Laflin B. 
Lee B.* 



Yadkin. 

Cabarrus. 

Alleghany. 

Wilkes. 

Caswell. 

Sampson. 

Buncombe. 

Edgecombe. 

Anson. 

Jones. 

Carteret. 

AVilkes. 

Randolph. 

Wilson. 

Cherokee. 

Edgecombe. 

Transylvania. 

Cleveland. 

Catawba. 

Halifax. 

Onslow. 

Bladen. 

Surry. 

"Wake. 

Bladen. 

Rockingham. 

Chowan. 

Mecklenburg. 

Madison. 

New Hanover. 

Yancey. 

Haywood, 

Iredell. 

Hyde. 

Montgomery. 

Orange. 

Wayne. 

Northampton. 

Johnston. 

Chatham. 

•Hertford. 

"Wake. 

Franklin. 

.1 ohnston. 

Robeson. 

Halifax. 

Craven. 

Duplin. 

Davie. 

Caswell. 

Gates. 

Waj'ne. 

Orange. 

Cumberland. 

"Warren. 

Nash. 

Caldwell. 

Washington. 

Lincoln. 

Lenoir. 

Davidson. 

Pitt. 

Bertie. 



Legg F, 
Lennon H. 
Logan W. H. 
Long R. T. 
Mann W. A. 
May M. 
Mayo C* 
Marler John 
McCubbins John S 
Merritt W. 
McDonald J. A. 
McDonald S. S. 
Moore J. J. 
Morton L. C. 
Mullican S. 
Murphy W. A. B. 
Nance J. L. 
Newsom W. 
Nicholson W. 
Patrick J. M. 
Parker R. C. 
Parks J. S. 
Petree R. F. 
Peterson J. W. 
Pierson C. D.* 
Pool C. C. 
Ragland J. W. 
RayH. M. 
Read J. 
Renfrow J. H. 
Rhodes J. 
Rich D. J. 
Robbins P D.* 
Rodman W. B. 
Rose Allen 
Sanderlin Thomas 
Smith J. 
Stilly W. 
Stilwell S. W. 
Sweet W. H. S. 
Taylor M. 
Teague E. B. 
Tourgee A. W. 
Trogden R. F. 
Tucker G. 
Turner J. M. 
Watts S. W. 
Welker G. W. 
Williams Alex. 
Williams B. S. D. 
Williamson Jno. H.* 



Brunswick. 
Columbus. 
Rutherford. 
Richmond. 
.Cumberland. 
Cherokee. 
Granville. 
^Ufry. 
' Rowan. 
Person. 
Chatham. 
Moore. 
Granville. 
Stanley. 
Davidson. 
McDowell. 
Robeson. 
Union. 

Perquimans. . 
Greene. ^ 
•^Northampton, 
Burke. 
Stokes. 
Duplin. 
Craven. 
Pasquotank. 
Granville. 
Alamance. 
Warren. 
Halifax. 
Polk. 
Pitt. 
Bertie. 
Beaufort. 
Rowan. 
Currituck. 
Alexander. 
Beaufort. 
Mecklenburg. 
Craven. 
Camden. 
Forsyth. 
Guilford. 
Randolph. 
Anson. 
Harnett. 
Martin. 
Guilford, 
Duplin. 
Wake. 
Franklin. 



Those designated by a star (*) are 
colored — 14 in number. 



Governors of No, Carolina. 

On the fourth day of July, 1584, the 
first Europeans landed on the coast of 
North Carolina. These were the crews 
of two vessels, fitted out for the purpose 
of making discoveries in the new world, 



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GOVERNORS. 



tinder the auspices of Sir Walter Raleigh, 
and were commanded by Philip Armidas 
and Arthur Barlow. They landed on 
Eoanoke Island, in what is now Curri- 
tuck county. . 

The first permanent settle m the btate 
was made by a colony from Virginia, 
under Roger Green, in 1653, on the 
Roatioke and Chowan Rivers. 

In 1663, Charles II granted to Edward, 
Earl of Clarendon; George, Duke of 
Albemarle; William, Earl of Craven; 
John Lord Berkeley; Anthony, Lord 
Ashlev; Sir George Carteret, Sir John 
CoUeton, and Sir William Berkeley, aU 
the territory now embraced in the State 

of North Carolina, and West to the 

Pacific Ocean. 

In 1693 the colony was divided into 

North and South Carolina. 

North Carolina was governed by Gov- 
ernors appointed by the Lords Propri- 
etors from 1(>63 to 1729, when the colony 

was surrendered to the crown. 

PROPRIETORY GOVERNORS. 

William Drummond, 1663- 

William Stevens, 1667. 

Sir George Carteret, 1674. 

Sir George Eastchurch,^ 1678. 

John Jenkins 1680. 

Henry Wilkison, 1681. 

Scth Sothel, 1683. 

Phillip Ludwell, 1689. 

Thomas Smith, 1693. 

John Archdale, 1694. 

Thomas Harvy, 1699. 

Henderson Walker, 1699. 

Robert Daniel, 1"04. 

Edward Hvde, 1713. 

George Pollock, 1712. 

Charles Eden, 1713. 

Thomas Pollock, 1723. 

George Burrington, 1724. 

Sir Richard Everhard, 1725. 

From 1729 to 177G, the gomernment 
was a'dminisered by Governors appointed 
bv the crown. 

ROYAL GOVERNORS. 

George Burrington, 1729- 

Gabriel Johnston, 1734- 

Matthew Rowan, 1753- 

Arthur ]:)obbs, 1754- 

William Tryon, 1765' 

Josiah Martin, 1771- 

ELECTED BY THE LEGISLATURE. 

Richard Caswell, of Lenoir county, 1776. 
Abner Nash, of Craven county, . . . .1779. 
Thomas Burke, of Orange county, .1781. 
Alex. Martin, of Guilford county, ..1782. 
Rich. Caswell, of Lenoir county 



Alex. Martin, of Guilford county, 



again, 1789. 

Richard Dobbs Spaight, of Craven 

county, ^1^2. 

Samuel Ashe, of New Hanover 



county. 



.1795. 



.1784. 



again 

Sam. Johnston, of Chowan county, . 1787. 



Wm. R. Davie, of Halifax county. . 1798. 
Benj. Williams, of Moore county, . .1799. 
James Turner, of Warren county, ..1803- 
Nalhauiel Alexander, of Mecklen- 
burg county, 1905. 

Benjamin Williams, of Moore county 

again 1807. 

David Stone, of Bertie county, 1808. 

Benjamin Smith, of Brunswick Co., 1810 
William Hawkins, of Warren Co., 1811 
William Miller, of Warren County, 1814 
John Branch, of Halifax County, 1817 
Jesse Franklin, of Surry County, 1820 
Gabriel Holmes, of Sampson Co., 1831 
Hutchings G. Burton, of HalifaxCo., 1824 
James Iredell, of Chowan County, 1827 
John Owen, of Bladen County, 1828 

Montford Stokes, of Wilkes County, 1830 
David L. Swain, of Buncombe Co., 1833 
Richard Dobbs Spaight, of Craven 

County, again, 1835 

GOVERNORS ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE. 
Edward B. Dudley, of IStew Hanover 

County 1836 • 

John M. Morehead, of Guilford Co. , 1841 
William A. Graham, of Orange Co., 1845 
Charles Manly, of Wake County, . . 1849 
David S. Reid, of Rockingham Co., 1851 
Gov. Reid was elected United States 
Senator, Nov. 24th, 1854, and his unex- 
pired term, was filled by Warren Wins- 
low, of Cumberland County, Speaker of 
the Senate. 

Thos. Bragg, of Northampton Co., 1855 
John W. Ellis, of Rowan County, . . 1859 
Gov. Ellis died July 7th, 1861, and was 
succeeded by Henry T. Clark, of Edge- 
combe County, Speaker of the Senate, 
who filled the office until September 8th, 
1862, when he was succeeded by Zebulon 
B. Vance, of Buncombe County, who, 
having been elected, was inaugurated on 
that day. 

Gov. Vance held the office from Sep- 
tember 8th, 1863, to April 13th, 1865, 
when his administration terminated with 
the surrender of the State to the United 
States forces. 

From the 13th of April to the 29th of 
May, 1865, the State was under military 
government alone. 

Wm. W. Plolden was appointed Provi- 
sional CTOvernor, May 29th, 1865, and fill- 
ed that position until the 38th of Decem- 
ber of the same year. 

Jonathan Worth, the present incum- 
bent, was inaugurated Dec. 28th, 1865. 



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FACTORIES, COTTON & WOOL. STATE OFFICERS. 



Cotton Factories. 

Cane Creek, Clover Orchard, Alamance 

County, W. H. Willard. 
Holt's, Holt's Store, Alamance County, 

E. M. Holt & Sons. 
Granite, Haw River, Alamance County, 

T.M.Holt. 
Newlins', Saxapahaw, Alamance Co., 

J. Newlin & Sons. 
Taylors ville, Alexander Co., Boyle & 

Jones. 
Steam Factory, Concord, Cabarrus Co., 

John McDonald & Son. 
Rocky River, Cabarrus Co., Phifer & 

Nicelor. 
Factory at Patterson's, Caldwell Co., R. 

L. Patterson. 
Factory near Catawba Station, Catawba 

County, Powell & Shuford. 
' Factory near Catawba Station-, Catawba 

County, Powell & Tate. 
Enterprise Manufacturing Co., Fayette- 

ville, Geo. Brandt, President. 
Beaver Creek Manufacturing Company, 

Fayetteville, John Shaw, President. 
Little River Manufacturing Co., Man- 
chester, Cumberlaud County, Duncan 

Murchison, President. 
Rocky Mount, Edgecombe Co., Wm. S. 

Battle. 
Salem Factory, Forsythe County, H. W. 

Fries. 
Wood Lawn, Gaston Co., T. R. Tate. 
Wood Lawn Mills, Gaston County, L. S. 

Linebarger & Co. 
Stowe's Factory, Stowe's Mill, Gaston 

County, J. & E. B. Stowe. 
Factory, Jamestown, Guilford County, 

JMr. Hill, Agent. 
Factory, Turneraburg, Iredell County, 

Wilford Turner. 
Eagle Mills, Iredell Co., J. H. Dalton. 
Lowell Factory, Lowell, Johnston Co., 

Wm. Edgerton. 
Ivey Shoal Factory, Lincolnton, Phifer 

& Allison. 
Swift Island IManufacturing Company at 

Swift Island, Montgomery County. 
Island Ford Manufacturing Co , Frank- 

linsville, Randolph Co., Hugh Parks, 

Agent. 
Cedar Falls IManufacturing Company, 

Randolph Co., Geo. Mokeinece, Agent. 
Deep River^JManufacturing Co., (Colum- 
bia Factory,) Randolph Co., D. Curtis, 

Agent. 
Union Manufacturing Co., New Market, 

Randolph Co., J. E. Walker, Agent. 
Leakaville Factory, Leaksville, Rocking- 
ham County, T. Morehead. 
Milledgeville Factory, Stanly County, 

Valentine Jlaimey, 



Cotton Mill, Mt. Airy, Surry Co., J. W. 

Brower. 
Cotton Mill, Elkin, Surry Co., Ford & 

Sons. 
Elkin Factory, Wilkes Co., Van Eaton & 

Foard. 



Wool Factories. 

Woolen MiUs, Ansonville, Anson Co., 

Allen & Burns. 
Salem Mills, .Forsythe Co., H. W. Friea. 
Wool Factory, North Brook, Lincoln Co., 

O. B. Jenks. 
Rock Island Woolen Mills, Charlotte, 

Young, Wriston & Co. 
Woolen Mill, Mt. Airy, Surry Co., J. W. 

Brower. 



Government of North Carolina. 

Jonathan Worth of Randolph, 

Governor, salary $4,000 00 

Wm. H. Bagley, of Pasquo 
tank. Private Secretary to the 
Governor, (exulusive of fees,) 1,000 00 

Robert W. Best, of Green, Sec- 
retary of State, (exclusive of 
fees.) 1,250 00 

Kemp P. Battle, of Wake, Pub- 
lic Treasurer 2,000 00 

Donald W. Bain, of Wake, 

Chief Clerk Tresury, 1,500 00 

T. W. Burgin, of Buncombe, 
Comptroller, 1,500 00 

Governor's Council— Wm A. Wright 
of New Hanover, President ; Wm. 
Eaton jr., of Warren ; Jesse G. Shep- 
ard, of Cumberland ; Giles Mebane, of 
Caswell; Thos. S. Ashe, of Anson; 
Dr. Henry Joyner, of Halifax ; and E. 
W. Jones of Caldwell. 

Washington C. Kerr, of Meck- 
lenburg, State Geologist, 2,500 00 

Wm. E. Pell, of Raleigh, State Printer, 

H. D. Coley, of Raleigh State 

Librarian 600 00 

D. S. Cohn, of Wake, Superten- 

dent of Public Buildings, 500 00 

John A. Gilmer, jr., of Guilford 
Adjutant General, 200 00 



The General Assembly commences its 
regular session on the third Monday of 
Nov. each year. Elections for Goveror, 
Members of the Senate and House of 
Commons take place on the first Thurs- 
day of August, annually. 



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MINES. 



MINES. 



Mines. 

(SEE MAP AT FIRST OF THE BOOK.) 

ANSON COUNTY. 
Bailey's Gold Mine, Wadesboro. 

BURKE COUNTY. 
Wilkerson Gold Mine. 
Pack Hill Gold Mine. 
Brindletown Gold Mine. 

CATAWBA COUNTY. 
Beautiful Marble, in abundance, is 
found in this county. 

CLAY COUNTY. 
Warren Gold Mine, at Brasstown. 
Silver, Copper and Iron found m this 
county. 

CLEAVELAND COUNTY. 
Mountain Gold Mine, near Shelby. 

CHATHAM COUNTY. 
Coal Pitts at Egypt owned by a New 
York Company, Kobt. Payton, Agent 
of Company. . 

Also, Coal Bed on Dan River in Rocking- 
ham county, not worked. 

DAA^DSON COUNTY. 
Silver and Lead Mines, at^.Silver Hill, 

Frank Osgood, Sup. 
Davidson Copper Mines, near Thomas- 
ville, Capt. John Eudy, Sup. 
FRANKLIN COUNTY. 
Gold Mine, near Louisburg, A. Taylor. 
Portis Gold Mine, near Louisburg, T. K. 

Thomas and Mr. Sturgis. 
Jones' Gold Mine, near Louisburg, J. J. 
Jones. 

GASTON COUNTY. 

Rhodes' Gold Mine, Brevard^ Station, 

Sloan, Richards & Co. 
Batie Gold Mine, Wood Laven, Sloan, 

Richards & Co. 
King's Mountain Gold Mine, White Pine, 

Mr. Dorsey, Sup. 

GUILFORD COUNTY. 

North State Gold and Copper Mines, J. 

P. Oats, Agent. 
Guilford Mine, Gold and Copper. 
Cambrige Miae, Gold and Copper. 
Gardner Hill Mine, Gold and Copper, 

Capt. Staples. 
Fisher HUl Gold and Copper Mine. 
Deep River Mine, Gold and Copper. 
Lindsay Gold Mine. 

JACKSON COUNTY. 

Georgetown Go,d Mine, Cashier's Valley, 
Bavanah Copper Mine, Webster. 
"Werry Hut Copper Mine, Webster. 



LINCOLN COUNTY. 

Hoke's Gold Mine, 4 miles east Lincoln- 
ton, John F. Hoke & Co. 
Gold Mine 4 miles east Lincolnton, Nor- 

riss, Cassell & Pollock. 
Gold Mine, 4 miles east Lincolnton, Jno. 

F. Hoke. 
Gold Mine, 4 miles east Lincolton, Can- 

sler & Johnson. 
Gold Mine, 9 miles east Lincolnton, 

Lewis Keenor. 
Gold Mine at Lime Kiln, 4 miles east 

Lincolnton, Joseph Stone. 
Gold Mine at Lime Kiln, Lawson Keener. 
Gold Mine at Beatles Ford, 3 miles east 

Lincolnton, C. Beals. 
Gold Mine, 18 mUes east Lincolnton, 

Elizabeth Buxton. 

MCDOWELL COUNTY. 

Gold Mine at Dysardsville. 
Gold Mine at Bracket Town. 
Gold Mine at Jonestown. 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY. 

Gage & Fearis Gold Mine, 5 miles from 
Charlotte, Warner, Davis & Co. 

Means' Gold Mine, 5 miles from Char- 
lotte. 

Premium Gold Mine, 7 miles from Char- 
lotte, F. J. Faulkner, Pres., and Jas. 
M. Simon, Sec. 

Rudisill Hill Gold.Mine, Charlotte. 

Capp's Gold Mine, 5 miles from Charlotte. 

McGinn Gold and Copper Mine, 6 miles 
from Charlotte. 

Kearns' Copper Mine, 10 miles from 
Charlotte. 

Alexander Gold Mine, 6 miles from Char- 
lotte. 

Wallace Gold Mine, 8 miles from Char- 
lotte. 

Reu Gold Mine, 8 miles from Charlotte. 

Grier Gold Mine, 12 miles from Charlotte. 

Carron tTold Mine, 3 mile from Chaii'tte. 

Trotter G. Mine, 4 miles from Charlotte. 

Cathey Gold Mine, 10 m. from Charlotte. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 
Baltimore and Montgomery Mining Co. 
Christian Mines. 
Clark's Creek Gold Mine. 
Dumas Creek Gold ^Sline. 
Island Creek Gold Mine. 
Troy N. Y. & W. C. Gold Mining Co. 
Russell Gold Mines. 
Spencer's Creek Mines. 

MOORE COUNTY. 
Cagle Gold Mine, Carter's Mill, Ray & 

Ric'nardson. 
Soapstone Quarry, Fair Haven, Mr. 

Tyser. 



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MINES. 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



NASn COUNTY. 

Gold Mine near Nashville. 

POLK COUNTY. 

Gold ^line on White Oak Creek. 
(Jlostly Branch Minea in this county but 
quite productive.) 

RAKDOLPn COUNTY. 

Gold Mine on Little River, Eli Branson. 
Hoover Hill Gold Mine. 
Gray's Gold Mine, near Science Hill. 
Glewis' Mine, west of Asheboro. 
Jones' Gold Mine, at Jones' Mine. 
(Branch Mines extensively found.) 

EOAVAN COUNTY. 

Gold Hill, owned by two Northern com- 
panies. 
Hill Gold Mine, Sam'l R. Harrison. 
Richie Gold Mine, Sam'l R. Harrison. 
Chambers Gold Mine. 
Rimer Gold Mine, Northern Companies, 
Lyerly Gold Mine, Baltimore Company. ' 

STANLY COUNTY. 

The Heame Gold Mine. 

The Heathcock Gold Mine. 

The Parker Gold Mine, at which lumps 

of gold weighing several pounds have 

been found. 
The Crowell & Pennington Gold Mine. 
(All of these mines i^romise to be quite 

productive. ) 

UNION COUNTY. 

Gold Mine at Wolfville, Cureton & Co. 

Davis Mine, Wolfville. 

Stuart Mine, Cabarrus' Store, Hugh 

Downing, Agent. 
Harkness Gold Mine, Monroe. 
Dismuke Gold Mine, Monroe. 

YANCEY COUNTY. 

Gold found near Egypt. 

Iron on Carey Rivtr and oa South Foe 

River. 
Iron Oar, Copperas and Black Lead on 

South Foe River. 



tW The annual Gold yield of North 
Carolina is $2.)0,OCO. The Gold yield of 
the United States, for the year 18G7, is 
estimated as follows: Montana, $10, 
000,000; Idaho, $0,000,000; Oregon, !5^3, 
000,000; Colorado, $5,000,000; Nevada, 
$10,000,000; California, $25,000,000; 
and Miscellaneous, $5,000,000. Total, 
$03,000,000. 



Public Works and Institutions in 
North Carolina. 

The Branch Mint of the United 
States is located in Charlotte" in Meck- 
lenburg county, in this State. This es- 
tablishment was authorized by an act of 
Congress, passed 3rd March 1835. 

The Officers are as follows: I. W. 
Jones Superintendent and acting Treas- 
urer; Dr. John H. Gibbons, Assayer, 

Melter and Refiner ; Chief 

Coiner; , Clerk. 

The University op Nortii Caro- 
lina, situated at Chapel Hill, Orange 
county, twenty eight miles W. N. \V. 
from Raleigh. D. L. Swain, President. 

The N. C. Institution for the ed- 
ucation op the Deaf and Dumb and 
THE Blind, is located at Raleigh. 

Board op Directors — Dr. William 
H. JIcKee, President . Sam'l H. Voung, 
Treasurer ; Messrs. W. W. Vass, Quentin 
Busbee, John C. Palmer, John R. Wil- 
liams and Rufus S. Tucker. 

The Officers of the Institution are: 
Willie J. Palmer, A. M., Principal; Jas. 
A. Leach, Vice Principal and Steward ; 
W. J. Young, Teacher in Blind Depart- 
ment ; John Simpson and Miss N. J. Du- 
pree, Assistant Teachers in Blind De- 
partment ; Mrs. S. E. Young, Teacher of 
Music ; G. M. Grow and Mrs. L. E. Grow, 
Teachers in Deaf Mute Department; 
Mrs. E. J. Taylor, Housekeeper ; Mrs. E. 
A. Gorman, Matron. 

Mechanical Department — J. J. 
Chaplin, Foreman in Book Bindery and 
Broom Shop ; Thos. B. Berry, Foreman 

in Printing Office ; Foreman 

in Shoe Shop. 

About 100 pupils can be accommoda- 
ted. All who are Unable to defray the 
expenses of an education, are educated 
at the expence of the counties in which 
they reside. 

The course of instruction includes 
eight years. 

Insane Asylun of North Carolina, 
situated in the vicinity of Raleigh, will 
accommodate 250patieiits. 

Dr. E. C. Fisher Superintendent ; Dr. 
E. T. Fuller, v^ssistant Physician Mr. 
James Harvy Moore, Steward; Mrs. Kate 
Dunlop Matron. 

Board op Supervisors — His Excel- 
lency, Jonathan Worth, Chairman ; Hon. 
Thos. Bragg, Geo. W. Mordecai, T. H. 
Selby, Chas. Dewey, Esqs., and Chaa. 
E. Johnson, M. D ; Wm. E. Anderson, 
Treasurer of Board. 



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135 



^^^SoToTcI^asrE^ns for the ^ate££or^Mm 




1 Burke and Mc 
I Dowell, 

2 Rutherford and 

Mitchell, 
3 .Yancey and 

Polk, 
4 1 Madison, Bun- 
combe, Hen 
derson, and 
Transylvania, 
Haywood and 

Jackson, 
Macon, Clay & 

Cherokee, 
I Alleghany, Ashe 
Surry, Watau- 
ga, & Yadkin, 
8 Caldwell, Wil- 
kes, Iredell, 
& Alexander, 
OlDavieandRow- 

I an, 
10 Cleveland, 
lllCatawba, 
12 j Lincoln, 
13 1 Gaston, 
14' Mecklenburg, 
15 1 Union, 
16,Cobarrus, 
17 1 Stanly, 
ISl Anson, 
19' Stokes, 
20 Forsythe, 
21 1 Davidson, 

22 Randolph, 

23 j Guilford, 
24' Rockingham, 

25 Caswell, 

26 Alamance, 

27 Person, 

28 Orange, 

29 Chatham, 

30 Wake, 
31; Granville, 
32 1 Warren, 
33! Franklin, 
34 Cumberland, 
35 1 Harnett, 

36 Moore, 

37 Montgomery, 

38 Richmond, 

39 [Wayne, 



2,862 
1,454 
1,352 
897 
1,053 
1,928 
1,309 
1,175 
1,330 
1,091 
1,280 
1,341 
2.278 
2,232 
2,090 
1,405 
1,801 
1,348 
1.007 
2.004 
2,2(16 
3,019| 
2,020 
856 
1,121 
1,579 
857 
1,366 
894 
995 
1,506 



1,550 

374 

318 

417 

442 

1,659 

424 

746 

282 

1,076 

390 

449 

078 

457 

1,489 

1,349 

1,703 



882 

1,291 

1.179 

2,907 

2,502 

2,284 

1,487 

1,546 

511 

459 

321 

1,084 

1229' 



4,412 

1,828 

1,670 

1,314 

1,495 

3,587 

1,739 

1,921 

1,612 

2,167 

1,670 

1.790 

2.956 

2,686 

4.179 

2^754' 

3,064 

2,133 

1.889 

3,295 

3,385 

5,926 

4,522 

3.140 

2,008 

3,125 

1,368 

1,825 

1,215 

2.079 

2,735 



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u 


283 


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174 


u 


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u 


604 


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73 


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27 


(I 


128 


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u 


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COUNTIES. 












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1,782 


M 


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^ 


^ 


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40 


Johnston, 


914 


2,646 


1,931 


1,939 


1,329 


610 


u 


41 


Greene, 


703 


706 


1,409 


1,088 


. 1,683 


741 


842 


u 


42 


Wilson, 


1,033 


903 


1,936 


1,463 


1,456 


885 


571 


il 


43 


Nash, 


1,071 


873 


1,944 


1,265 


1,258 


860 


898 


(( 


44 


Halifax, 


1,095 


8,140 


4,235 


3,329 


3,305 


3,533 


746 


26 


43 


Northampton, 


1,311 


1,680 


2,971 


2,198 


3,197 


1,647 


538 


13 


46 


Edg-ecombe, 


1,240 


2,622 


3,868 




2,908 


2,324 


584 


None. 


47 


Lenoir, 


922 


1,078 


2,000 


1,465 


1,483 


1,134 


849 




48 


Brunswick, 


742 


728 


1.468 


1,174 


1,171 


825 


846 




49 


Columbus, 


860 


518 


1,378 


1,082 


1,082 


577 


505 




50 


Robeson, 


1,584 


1,451 


3,035 


3,631 


3,632 


1,868 


764 




51 


Bladen, 


1,085 


1,146 


2,231 


1,684 


1,685 


1.152 


533 




53 


New Hanover, 


1,935 


8,224 


5,159 


3,986 


4,019 


2,938 


1,091 




58 


Duplin, 


1.445 


1,181 


2,026 


1,972 


1,992 


1,055 


937 




54 


Sampson, 


1,501 


960 


2,461 


1,871 


1,914 


1,129 


785 




55 


Tyirell and 








■■ 












Washington, 


1,280 


790 


2,070 


i,3'?4 


1,376 


1,028 


848 




56 


Martin, 


971 


799 


1,770 


1,361 


1,332 


873 


500 


* 


57 


Bertie, 


959 


1,264 


2.223 


1,215 


1,403 


1,219 


184 




58 


Hertford, 


712 


775 


1,487 


1,206 


1,209 


706 


503 




59 


Gates, 


723 


469 


1,192 


800 


793 


542 


251 




60 


Chowan, 


607 


667 


1.274 


1,105 


1,100 


823 


277 




61 


Perquimans, 


705 


693 


1,398 


873 


898 


808 


90 




62] Pasquotank and 




















Camden, 


1,409 


1,511 


2,920 


1,894 


1,883 


1,831 


553 




63 


Currituck, 


919 


381 


1,300 


950 


948 


456 


493 




64 


Craven, 


1,595 


8,183 


4.778 


3,825 


3,817 


3,232 


585 




65 


Onslow, 


816 


402 


1.218} 


740 


739 


440 


299 




66 


Carteret, 


1,195 


749 


1,944[ 


1,461 


1,465 


873 


593 




67 


Jones, 


483 


539 


1,022 


843 


843 


540 


303 




68 


Beaufort, 


1,499 


925 


2,424 


1,557 


1,553 


928 


635 




69 


Pitt, 


1,450 


1,449 


2,89;> 


2.459 


2,480 


1,545 


935 




70 


Hyde, 


876 


565 


1,441 


1,000 


1,000 


590 


410 






106,721 


72,932 


179,653 


126,030 


93,006 


83,961 


63 



BUREAU OF CIVIL AFFAIRS, 
Citadel, Charleston, S. C, December 26, 1867. 
The foregoing is a correct statement from the Returns of the election held on the 
19th and 20th daj's of November last, in and for the State of North Carolioa, made 
to these Headquarters by the canvassers, and from the returns made by the Boards 
of Registration for the several registration precincts of said State, it appears there- 
by that a majority of the votes given at the said election were " Foil A CONVEN- 
TION;" and, also, that at such election a majority of all the registered voters of said 
State voted on the question of holding said Convention. 

A. J. WILLARD, 
Chief of Bureau of Civil Affairs. 



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137 



POSTAGE. U. S. OFFICERS. 


Scale of Depreciation of Confederate Currency. 


MONTHS. 


1861 


1862 


1863 


1864 


1865 






$1 20 
1 30 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 


$3 00 

3 00 

4 00 

5 00 

5 50 

6 50 
9 00 

14 00 


$2100 
21 00 
23 00 

20 00 
19 00 
18 00 

21 00 
23 00 

25 00 

26 00 
30 00 


$50 00 






50 00 






60 00 






100 00 














July 
















2 00 14 00 
2 00 14 00 




October 








$i io 


2 50 15 00 






1 15| 2 50. 20 00 




December 1st to 10th inclusive, 




34 00 




" 10th to 20th, 


42 00 
49 00 




" 20th to 31st 











Rates of Postage. 

DOMESTIC. 

All transient matter, except duly cer- 
tified letters of soldiers and sailors, must 
be prepaid by stamps. 

No package will be forwarded which 
weighs over four pounds, except books 
published or circulated by order of Con- 
gress. 

Valuable Letters may be registered by 
the payment of a registration, fee of ,20 
cents. 

Oil all letters throughout the United 
States, 3 cents for each half ounce or 
fraction thereof. 

Drop or local letters, 2 cents for each 
half ounce or fraction thereof ; no car- 
rier's fee for delivery. 

Printed books, in one package, to one 
address, 4 cts. for each 4 ounces or frac- 
tion thereof. 

Circulars, unsealed, not exceeding 3 in 
number, to one address, 2 cents; the 
same rate for every three or less number 
additional. 

On all transient newspapers or other 
printed matter, (books and circulars ex- 
cepted,) and on all seeds, cuttings, &c., 
pamphlets, books, MSS., and proof 
sheets, maps, engravings,blanks, patterns, 
envelopes and photographs, contained in 
one package, to one address, 2 cents for 
each 4 ounces or fraction thereof. 

FOREIGN. 
On letters to Great Britain and Ire- 
land, single rate 24 cents, prepayment 
optional. 
To the German States, by Prussian 
17 



Closed Mail, single rate, 30 cents ; pre- 
paid, 28 cents. 

On the above the ratings are half 
ounce or fraction, one rate ; over half 
ounce, but not over one ounce, two rates ; 
and two rates for each additional ounce 
or fraction of an ounce. 

To France, 15 cents for each quarter 
ounce or fraction thereof. 

To Canada and New Brunswick, 10 
cents per half ounce, any distance. Pre- 
payment optional. 

To other British N orth American Pro- 
vinces, not over 3000 miles, 10 cents per 
half ounce ; over 3000 miles, 15 cents per 
half ounce. Prepayment optional, ex- 
cept to Newfoundland. 



GoYermnent United States. 

Andrew Johnson, of Tenn. , Pres- 
ident, salary $25,000 

Benjamia F. Wade, of Ohio, Pres- 
ident protem of Senate U. S . . 8,000 

THE CABINET. 

Secretary of State, Wm. H. Sew- 
ard, of N. Y., salary $8,000 

Sec. of Treasury, Hugh McCul- 
loch, of Ind 8,000 

Sec. of War, (in contest.) 8,000 

Sec. of Navy, Gideon Wells, of 
Conn 8,000 

Sec. of the Interior, Orville II. 
Browning, of 111 8,000 

Attorney General, Henry Stanbery 

of Ohio 8,000 

Postmaster General, Alex. W. 
Randall, of Wis 8,000 



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Eeal Estate Eeport of the Comptroller for tlie year ending Septem- 
ber 30th, 1867. 



COUNTIES. 


!^o. Acres 
Land. 


Valuation 
Land. 


Valuation 
Town Prop- 
erty. 


Aggregate 

Value Ileal 

Estate. 


Alamance, 


228,318 
135,757 
111,740 
310.340 
305,634 
526,890 
333,98'4 
496.539 
349,465 
346,620 
200,637 
213,819 
244,843 
206,575 
78,244 
147,050 
259.563 
465,040 
444.355 
80,000 
87.109 
321,828 
376,440 
460,713 
444.977 
137,084 
250,703 
157,619 
407,091 
321,967 
211,527 
292,900 
221,968 
160,882 
439.954 
157.171 
398.261 
412,874 
309.487 
254.391 
195,514 
191,410 
158,181 
336,123 
550,204 
485,887 
202,197 
230,917 
174:658 
333,384 
293,800 
233,822 
202,030 
302,679 
187,261 
295,516 
494.821 
309,555 


$ 1,409,068 

643,020 

320,311 

1,519,347 

621,224 

921,948 

1,896,284 

1,308,429 

539,082 

1,194,835 

786,685 

1,667,823 

1,455,865 

810,641 

539,367 

374,013 

2,205.678 

2 076,568 

465,128 

425,628 

167,582 

1,050,840 

692,435 

812,954 

1,316,758 

576,357 

1,892,757 

1,197,830 

1,191,355 

3.386 628 

1,229,906 

1,546,915 

1,132,950 

813,483 

3,042,674 

918,560 

2,161,487 

3,148,010 

688,824 

418,708 

948,906 

1,100,520 

890.218 

1,062,948 

340,257 

1,620.427 

693.041 

1,237,503 

181,329 

338,548 

371,057 

1,109,607 

832,539 

1,984,043 

192.983 

577.017 

104,890 

1,468,614 


1 40,795 
25,350 

792,357 
23,720 

452,403 
65,300 
29,902 
72,460 

437,197 
93,225 

184,958 
51,440 
31,654 

245,353 

169,556 

66,457 

40,728 

138.532 

1,566 

87,779 

24,125 

667,300 

640,038 

122,000 

65,800 

88,341 

254,245 

316,904 

199.690 

29,725 

23.800 

258,151 

22,445 

351,155 

181,801 

5,930 

13,075 

65.700 

^ 146,937 

154.275 

9,550 

58,414 

18,300 

124,200 

139,738 

32.175 

6,510 

' 130.047 

22,500 

687,095 

7.115 
29;i25 
14,800 


% 1,449,863 


Alexander 


568,370 


Alleghany 


320,311 


Anson 


2,311,704 


Ashe 


644.944 


Beaufort 


1,374,351 


Bertie 


1,961,584 


Bladen 


1,338,331 


Brunswick 


618,542 


Buncombe 


1,432,032 


Burke 


879,890 


Cabarrus 

Catawba 


1,802,784 
1,507,305 


Caldwell 


843,295 


Camden 


539,367 


Carteret 


• 619,366 


Caswell 

Chatham 

Cherokee 


2,375,234 

2,143,025 

505,856 


Chowan 


564,160 


Clay 


169,148 


Cleveland 


1,138,619 




716,56C 


Craven 


1,480,254 




l,957,69fi 


Currituck 


576,357 




2,014,757 


Davie 


l,263,63f 




l,279,69e 


Edgecombe 


3,640.873 




1,546,810 


Franklin 


1,746,605 


Gaston 


, 1,162.67c 


Gates 


837,28? 


Granville 


3,300,821: 


Greene 


941. OCt 




2,512,6-4S 


Halifax 


3,329,811 
694,75^ 


Haywood 


431,78c 




1,014,60( 


Hertford 


1,147,457 




890.21^ 


Iredell 


1,817,22;- 




349,80'" 


Johnston 


1,678,841 




701,341 


Lenoir 


1,361,70: 




321,067 


Macon 


370,72g 


Itladison 


377,567 


Martin 


1.239,654 


McDowell 


755,039 


Mecklenburg 


2,071,138 




192,983 


Montgomery 


584,132 




134,015 


Nash 


1,483,414 



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NUESERYMAN. 



PRODUCTS IN 1860. 



Eaal Estate Eeport of tlie Coinptroller.--Oontinued. 



COUNTIES. 



No. Acres 
Land. 



New HaEOver 
Northampton. 

Onslow 

Orange 

Pasquotank. . . 
Perquimans. . , 

Person 

Pitt 

Polk 

Randolph. . . . 

Richmond 

Rutherford. . 
Rockingham , 

Rowan 

Robeson, 



Valuation 
Land. 



506,287 
320,717 
300,071 
359,457 
101,100 
154,625 
237,237 
371,590 
322,017 
446,846 
404,191 
303,920 
340,784 
29,G64 
579,116 

Sampson'. ■.■.;....: I 498,481 

Stanlv 226,736 

Stokes 254,404 

Surry -^28?;23T-- 

Transylvania 147,088 

Tyrrell 131,206 

Union 365,353 

Wake 562,173 

Warren.' :.':.■ .■;■..■.■.■ 310.610 

Y/ashington 179,173 

Wavne.? 310,000 

Watauga 180,810 

Wilkes. 434,859 

Wilson 205,131 

Yadkin 214,112 

Yancey 132,305 



Valuation 
Town Prop- 
erty. 



Aggregate 

Value Real 

Estate. 



1,514,081 
2,153,714 

638,990 
1,990,409 
1,031,527 

989,516 
1,527,144 
1,986,175 

420,782 
1,787,507 
1.036,651 
i;065,973 
2,061,511 
2,092,652 
1,472,848 
1,475,342 

621,583 

941,375 

447 227 

348',744 

1,165,686 

3,210,870 

2,004,812 

570,373 

1,925,599 

382,920 

1,634,864 

1,115,207 

926,133 

341,489 



20,605,70011103,421,766 



2,809,876 
40,560 
26,750 
330,234 
346;743 
60,110 
28,725 
83,194 
13,748 
51.035 
13,325 
73,150 
62,505 
481,165 
48,280 
73,575 
11,265 
27,5JQ... 
33,994 
3,826 
4,513 
47,150 
844,958 
204,306 
55,325 
206,086 
2,390 
25,210 
18,130 
39,922 
12,275 



4,423,957 
2,194,274 

715,740 
2,326,653 
1,378,272 
1,043,626 
1,555,869 
2,070,170 

434,530 
1,818,542 
1,069,376 
1,139,123 
2,124,016 
2,573,817 
1,521,833 
1,548,903 

632,848 

1,102,383 

451,053 

253,257 

1,212,236 

4,055,828 

2,209,118 

625,698 

2,131,695 

385,310 

1,060,074 

1,301,337 

906,055 

353,764 



$13,909,541^117,391,317 



Nurserymen. 



Cannon, James, Edenton. 

Evans, Moses, Abbott's Creek, Davidson 
County. 

Fentress, J. Milton, Greensboro'. 

Kiuney, Isaac, Thomasvule. 

Kline, D. Wilmington Gardens, Wilming- 
ton. 

Lindley, Thomas, Cain Creek. 

Lindley, Owen, Cain Creek. 

Lindley, Joshua, Greensboro'. 

Lindley, J. V. five miles west of Greens- 
boro'. 

Meudenhall, C. P., near Greensboro'. 

Wyche, John, Henderson. 

) Rev. C.W.Westbrook, 

Wcst'.roo'-c & Oo. [ G. W. Albright, 
) W. M. Albright. 



Products in 1860. 

Live Stock, 3,326,000, annual product. 

Wheat, 4,700,000, bush, an'l pro'ct 

Corn, 30,000,000, ■ " " 

Oats, 2,800,000, 

Rye, 437,000, 

Peas, 1,900,000, 

Potatoes, 830,000, 

Sweet Pota's, 6,140,000, 

Cotton, 58,000,000, lbs. per an'm. 

Tobacco, 32,900,000, ■ 

Rice, 7,600,000, 

Wool, 883,000, 

Honey, 2,055,000, 

Turpentine, 1,000,000, bbls. 



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Land |88,223 47 

Town Property 8,744 15 

White Polls 52,037 00 

Colored Polls 29,312 00 

Money due or on hand 9,274 99 

Bank Dividends 25 00 

Corporation Dividends 230 98 

Watches 4,622 05 

Gold and Silver Plated Ware. 130 71 

Harps and Pianos 1,809 00 

Pleasure Carriages 6,067 73 

Salaries and Fees 1,520 17 

Income 3,462 63 

Spirituous Liquors bought 

from Non-Residents 13,030 01 

Sprituous Liquors bought 

from Residents 5,461 56 

Toll Gates, Ferries & Bridges 1,001 79 

Merchandise 13,003 93 

Ready-Made Clothing 1,661 15 

Hotels, &c., 212 13 

Patent Medicines 452 41 

Express Companies 566 18 

Gas Companies 20 00 

Brokers 949 23 

Playing Cards 222 .50 

Studs and Jacks 3,715 50 

Riding Vehicles made out of 

the State 23 10 

Auctioneers 102 76 

Dii-ks,Bowie-knives,Pistols,&c 4,446 00 

Collateral Descents 366 11 

Theatrical Companies 20 OO 

Concerts and JVIusical Enter- 
tainments 110 00 

Circus Exhibitions 165 00 

Insurance Companies 990 88 

Billiard Tables 770 00 

TenPinAUeys 360 00 

Livery Stables 287 50 

Retailers Spirituous Liquors. . 9,070 00 

Liquor Distillers 6,741 98 

Non-Resident Dentists and 

Daguerreotypists 125 00 

Non-Resident Horse and Mule 

Drovers 57 95 

Pedlers 330 00 

Itinerant Liquor Sellers 850 00 

Distress 50 00 

Privileged Voters 44 00 

Marriage Licenses 4,157 63 

Mortgages, Deeds in Tiaist, &c 298 36 
Deeds for Conveyance of Real 

Estate 343 63 

Subjects Unlisted , . . . 616 30 

Delinquents 7 00 

Total amount $276,209 37 



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Subordinate Lodges Working under the Jurisdiction of tlie Grand 
Lodge of North Carolina 




St. John's, 

Royal White Ilert, 

S. John's, 

Charity, 

Unanimity, 

Phcenix, 

Johnston Caswell, 

American George, 

Phalanx, 

Stokes, 

Wm. R. Davie, 

Hiram, 

Liberty, 

King Solomon, 

Concord, 

Perseverance, 

Kilvsrinning, 

Eagle, 

Widow's Son, 

Greensboro', 

Zion, 

Mount l^Ioriah, 

La Fayette, 

Fellowship, 

Morning Star, 

Enfield, 

Skewarkee, 

Western Star, 

Joseph Warren, 

Jerusalem, 

St. John's, 

Wake Forest, 

Hiram, 

Fulton, 

Warren, 

Columbus, 

Pasquotank, 

Orr, 

Perquimans, 

Clinton, 

Belmont, 

Franklin, 

Wentworth, 

Wayne, 

Person, 

St. Albans, 

Holly Springs, 

Mt. Lebanon, 

Mt. Hermon, 

Logan, 

Tuscarora, 

Franklinton, 

Clinton. 

Mill Creek, 

Gatesville, 



1 Wilmington, 
2 1 Halifax, 
3 New Berne, 
5 Windsor, 

7 Edenton, 

8 Fayetteville, 
10 Warrenton, 
17 Murfreesboro', 

31 Charlotte, 

32 Concord, 
37 Lexington, 
40 Raleigh, 

45 Wilkesboro', 
56 Jackson, 

58 Tarboro', 

59 Plymouth, 
64 Wadesboro', 
71 Hillsboro', 

75 Camden C. H. 

76 Greensboro', 

81 Trenton, 

82 Statesville, 

83 Jacksonville, 

84 Smithfield, 

85 Nashville, 
88 Enfield, 

90 Williamston, 

91 Rutherfordton, 

92 Stantonsburg, 

95 Hookerton, Greene, 

96 Kinston, 

97 Dunnsville, Wake, 

98 Clinton, 

99 Salisbury, 

101 Kenansville, 

102 Pittsboro', 

103 Elizabeth City, 

104 Washington, 

106 Hertford, 

107 Yancey ville, 

108 Bear Swamp, Duplin 

109 Beaufort, 

111 Wentworth, 

112 Goldsboro', 

113 Roxboro', 

114 Lumberton, 

1 15 Holly Springs, 

117 Wilson, 

118 Asheville, 

121 Jamestov/n, 

122 Oxford, 

123 Franklinton, 

124 Louisburg, 

125 Newton Grove, 

126 Gatesville, 



Thos. M. Gardner, 



Charles C. Clark, 
William P. Gurley, 
Thos. Thompson, 
Chas. R. Banks, 
William J. White, 
J. W. Hutchings, 
>:. L. Riddle, 
Wm. A. Patterson, 
W. D. Lindsay, 

D. W. Bain, 

R. F. Armfield, 
N. R. Odom, 
Donald Williams, 
N. D. Norman, 
Bej. D. Kendall, 
Thomas Webb, 

S. C. Dodson, 
Roscoe Barrus, 
W. M. Campbell, 

E. W. Ward, 
S. P. Horton, 
R. H. Sorsby, 

S. W. Watts, 

8. Woodard, 
John M. Patrick, 
Thomas A. Harvey, 
Jas. S. Ray, 
Rev. H. McAlpin, 
W. H. Bailey, 
J. D. Southerland, 
W. L. London, 
R. K. Speed, 
Wm. A. Potts, 
J. W. Albertson, 
C. D. Vernon, 

Isaac Ramsey, 

Nathan Adams, 
Wm. H. Smith, 

James T. Adams, 
G. W. Blount, 
Hobt. B. Vance, 
W. G. Sapp, 
L. C. Taylor, 
J. H. Whitfield, 
M. S. Davis, 
J. J. Harper, 
Wm. P. Roberts, 



W.M. Poisson, 



J. P. Dillingham. 
W. P. IMitchell. 

C. E. Robinson. 

A. M. Campbell. 
J. M. Waddill. 
W E. Pool. 

W. D. Stone, 
T. M.Henderson. 
H. J. Grimes. 
J. C. Marcom. 
W. Carmichael, 
F. M. Spivey. 
R. S. Sugg. 
R. S. Goelet. 
R. B. Horton, 

D. D. PhiUips. 

J. F. Hughes. 
J. Kinsey. 
P. C. Carlton. 
Z. M. Coston. 

E. S. Parker. 

J. J. Q. Taylor. 

J. J. Martin. 

B. D Wilson. 
J. W. Grainger. 
S. B. West. 

J. H. Bell. 
Amos Royal, 
L. V. Brown. 

D. Mallard. 
W. F. Fooshee. 
Wm. Glover. 

E. S. Hoyt. 
J. R. Wood. 
N. K. Roan. 

R. E. Walker. 

W. E. Dulin. 
J. L. Harris. 

W. H. Stinson. 
W. B. Harrell. 
M. E. Carter. 
Jas. C. Palmer. 
W. S. Grandy. 
S. F. Ellis. 
B. P. Clifton. 
W. N. Rose, Jr. 
J. M. Holland. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



147 



MASONIC 



LODGES. 




Blaokmer, 

Hanks, 

Dan River, 

Conoho, 

Radiance, 

Alamance, 

Mocksville, 

Black Rock, 

Leaksville, 

Lincoln, 

King Solomon, 

Mount Energy, 

Carolina, 

Cane Creek, 

Mount Vernon, 

Taylor, 

Junaluskee, 

Cherokee, 

Palmyra, 

Adoniram, 

Pee Dee, 

Chalmers, 

Mount Carmel, 

Scotch Ireland, 

AVhite Stone, 

Rolesville, 

Mount Pleasant, 

Knap of Reeds, 

liocky River, 

Beaixmoiit, 

Rock Rest, 

Yadkin, 

Deep River, 

Archer, 

Saint Paul's, 

Winston, 

Pleasant Hill, 

Blackmer, 

Delk, 

Buffaloe, 

Union, 

Geo. Washington, 

PoUocksville, 

Marlboro, 

Siloam, 

La Fayette, 

Caldwell, 

Carthage, 

Townesville, 

Centre Grove, 

Jordan, 

Sandy Creek, 

Pine Forest, 

Central Cross, 

Balfour, 

Fair Bluff, 

Granite, 

Bumsville, 

Cape Fear. 



127 Clark's Creek, 

128 Franklinsville, 

129 Madison. 
131 Hamilton, 
133 Snow Hill, 

133 Graham, 

134 Mocksville, 

135 Black Rock, 

136 Leaksville, 

137 Lincolnton, 

138 Long Creek, 

140 Tranquility, 

141 Ansonville, 
143 Snow Camp, 

143 Goldston, Chatham, 

144 Belle Voir, " 

145 Franklin, 
14G Murphy, 
147 xiverasboro', 

149 Young's X Roads, 

150 Norwood's Store, 

151 Carbonton, 

153 Scott's Hill, 

154 Rowan ]\Iills, 

155 Wakefield, Wake co. 

156 Rolesville, Wake co. 

157 Roger's Store, 

158 Knap of Reeds, 

159 Mud Licjc, Chatham, 

160 Beaumont, '' 

161 Hadley's Mills, 

163 Yadkinsville, 

164 Foust's ISIills, 

165 Ci'eechville, 

166 Beatty's Bridge, 

167 Winston, 

168 Patterson's Store, 
17() Reem's Creek, 
171 Colerain, Bertie, 
173 Buffaloe, Moore, 

173 KemersvUle, 

174 Lasater's X Roads, 

175 PoUocksville, 
177'3Iarlboro', Pitt, 

178 Harrel's Store, 

179 Leasburg, 

180 Chapel Hill, 

181 Carthage, 
183; Townesville, 
183 Summerfield, 
184'Reynoldson, 

185 Laurel, Franklin, 
186 1 Harrington, 

187 Peach Tree Grove, 

188 Ashboro', 
190 1 Fair Bluff, 
191 [Clayton, 
lU3jBurnsville, 
194 Elizabethtown, 



E. J. LiUy, 
D. Curtis, 

Wm. W. Watts, 
D. A. Sugg, 
Wm. A. Albright, 
J. M. Clement, 
J. C. Daniel, 
T. W. Field, 
David Schenck, 
S. H. Bell, 
W. K Harris, 
W. S. Kendall, 
T. P. Henderson, 
R. B. Paschall, 

F. Poindexter, 
P. C. Gaston, 
Anson Parker, 
J. F. Clack, 

R. A. Stewart, 

J. G. Ramsay, 
M. Whitley, 
R. E. Harris, 
Dudley Peed, 
Jno. Peed, 

H. H. Fike, 
J. B. West, 
Jno. G. Marler, 
Alfred Cavness, 
Jos. Blake, 
A. M. Colvin, 
P. A. Wilson, 
T. M. Shoffuer, 
R. V. Blackstock, 
Etherton Wilson, 
Jno. Mcintosh, 
J. H. Hester, 
C.M.Scott, 



Owen Fennell, 
J. L. Stanfield, 
Manuel Fetter, 
A. R. McDonald, 
J. R. Duty, 
O. McMichael, 



G. McDougald, 
A. Thomas, 
Samuel Walker, 
J. Q. Smith, 
H. P. Guess, 
W. M. Moore, 
T. S. Whitted, 



C. C. Wade. 
J. F. S. Julian. 

G. H. Crofton. 
T. Edwards, 
J. K. Ruffin. 
J. M. Johnson. 
J. F. Oliver. 

B. L Field. 
Wm. J. Hoke. 
W. S. Larkins. 
J. B. Floyd. 

J. M. Wright. 

C. A. Brewer. 
W. H. EUis. 

L. F. Siler. 
Wm. Beal. 
J. W. Pipkin. 

B. T. Winston. 

A. McLeod, 

D. Fleming. 

W. B. Chamblee. 
S. W. TerreU. 
D. K. Moore. 
F. J. Tilley. 

C. H. Womble. 
W. C. Hadley. 
T. C. Hauser. 
W. G. Lane. 

D. L. Barnes. 
S. Anders. 
W. F. Swaim. 
Wm. M. Kime. 
W. M. Weaver. 
J. W. Sessoms. 
A. B. Nicholson. 
J. W. Gentry. 
R. C. CouncU. 



A. C. Ward. 

G. N. Thompson. 

A. Mickle. 

J. F. McDonald. 

R. H. Paschall. 

D. B. Walker. 



J. M.Hanington. 
J. J. Bowden. 
Z. F. Hush. 
E. D. Meares. 
J. M. White. 
S. R. Hensley. 
R. S. GUlespie. 



148 



NORTH CAROLINA 



MASONIC 



LODGES. 



NAHE. 




Mount Olivet, 

Falkland, 

*Clierokee, 

Carey, 

High i'oint, 

Pisgah, 

Eagle Rock, 

Cleaveland, 

Roanoke, 

Berea, 

Long Creek, 

Mingo, 

Lebanon, 

Mount Olive, * 

New Salem, 

£noe, 

Ashland, 

Industrial, 

Crane's Creek, 

Richland, 

New Light, 

Catawba Valley, 

Wm. G. Hill, 

Jefferson, 
' Stokesburg, 

Webster, 

Tabernacle, 

County Line, 

Haw River, 

Wilson, 

Jonesville, 

McCormick, 

Henderson, 

Corinthian, 

William T. Bain, 

Gunter, 

Lenoir, 

Anchor, 

Cokesbury, 

Mount Zion, 

Mystic Tie, 

Atlantic. 

Nahunta, 

Wiccacon, 

Oscilla, 

Loch Lomond, 

Rountree, 

Monroe, 

New Berne, 

Elmwood, 

Mount Hermon, 

Catawba, 

Pythagoras, 

Bhiloh, 

Rockford, 

Holly Grove, 

Lee, 

Mount Bethel, 



195 

196 

197 

198 

199 

200 

201 

202 

203 

204 

205 

206 

207 

208 

209 

210 

211 

212 

213 

214 

215 

217 

218 

219 

220 

222 

223 

224 

225 

226 

227 

228 

229 

230 

231 

222 

233 

234 

235 

236 

237 

238 

239 

240 

241 

252 

243 

244 

245 

246 

247 

24H 

249 

250 

251 

252 

253 

254 



Brewer's Mills, 

Falkland, Pitt, 

Grogansville, 

Carey, Wake, 

High Point, 

Hendersonville, 

Eagle Rock, 

Shelby, 

Weldon, 

Berea, 

Hopewell, 

Draughn's Store, 

Whiteville, 

Mount Olive, 

New Salem, 

Durham's, 

Mount Airy, 

Company Shops, 

Crane's Creek, 

Thomasville, 

New Light, 

Morganton, 

Raleigh, 

Jefferson, 

Walnut Cove, 

Elevation, 

Glimmer's Store, 

County Line, Davii 

Summerfield, 

Olin, 

Jonesville, 

Jonesboro', 

Henderson, 

Rocky Mount, 

Holland's, 

Haywood, 

Moseley Hall, 

Auburn, 

Chalk Level, 

St. Lawrence, 

Marion, 

Currituck C. H., 

Nahunta, Wayne, 

Harrellsville, 

Tally-Ho. 

Floral College, 

Contentnea Neck, 

Monroe, 

New Berne, 

Greensboro', 

Curtis' MlUs, 

Newton, 

SmithviUe. 

WUliamboro', 

Rockford, 

Holly Grove, 

Taylorsville, 

Lomaxville, 



W. MASTEB. SECRETARIES, 



H. T. Moffitt, 

J. M. Grogan, 
W. B. Allen, 
W. P. Pugh, 
G. S. Jones, 
T. H. Avera, 
R. B. Price, 



C. W. McCoy, 
Joel Jackson, 

D. N. Gore, 

E. J. Hines, 

W, A. WooUen, 
W. J. H. Durham, 
T. W. Prather, 
J. C. Holt, 
Jno. McNiell, 
J. S. Hambrick, 
A. L. Davis, 
J. A. ClayweU, 
J. B. Neath ery, 
Q. F. Neal, 
A. Fulton, 



J. W. Heath, 

e J. M. Turner, 

J. S. Brown, 

B. Tomlin, 

C. L. Cook, 
J. O. A. KeUy, 
G. B. Harris, 
H. R. Thorp, 
S. M. Utley, 
Wm. S. Gunter, 
W. B. Reid, 
G. H. Faribault, 
G. W. Pegram, 
Wm. Lineberry, 
A. G. Halyburton, 
W. S. Mercer, 
J. T. Edgerton, 
Jas. M. Wynn, 
J. W. Booth, 

C. Black, 
H. S. Lee, 
W. H. Fitzgerald, 
J. O. Whittemore, 
J. W. Howlet, 
A. Shai-p, 
E. A. Wareck, 
S. D. Thurston, 
Y. McC. Montague, 
Abram Weaver, 

H. T. Burke, 

D. T. Deans, 



Orlando Cox. 

J. A. Price. 
A. F. Page. 
W. C. Denny. 
S. Waldrop. 
P. P. Pace. 
J. C. Gidney. 



D. F. Dixon. 
R. Ward. 
V. V. Richardson. 
G. M. Roberta, 
A. Greyson. 
L. Nichols. 
J. W. Rawley. 
W. D. Faucett. 
D. C. Ferguson. 
J. L. Lee. 
D. D. BaUey. 
L. Perry. 
J. H. Aiford. 
D. B. Murchison. 
R. H. Massey. 

A. Dixon. 
Daniel Coble. 
J. W. Ellis. 

W. W. Ragsdale. 
H. A. Mowbray. 
C. C. Benham. 

B. Gunter. 
W. W. Jones. 
W. B. Jordan. 
S. M. Williams. 
J. W. Scott. 

A. J. Mclntyre. 
W. A Sturdivant. 
J. G. Brown. 
G. Kirkman. 
S. B. Erwin. 
S. C. Seymour. 
J. J. Barden. 
Hugh Quin. 
W. JVIeadows. 
R. LiUy. 
L. Lee. 

T. D.Winchester 
G. S. Campbell. 
J. R. Wharton. 
J. R. Garrett. 
E. J. Holt 
P. Prioleau. 
W. M. Taner. 
W. M. Norman. 

J. R. Wilson. 
H. P. Lomax. 



* Communications at present to be adc!reBiBe(3 to Leaksvills. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



149 



MASONIC 


LODGES 


, &C. 


NAME. 


No 


POST-OFFICE. 


\V. MASTEK. 


SECRETARIES. 


Oaks, 


255 


Oaks, 


W. G. Stanford, 


8. S. Webb. 


Trinity, 


256 


Trinity College, 


B. Craven, 


F£. J. Harris. 


J. B. Person, 


257 


Beulah, Johnston, 


Ray Phillips, 


B, W. Hatcher. 


Harnett, 


258 


Raleigh, 


J. C. Marcom, 


D. C. Holland. 


Waynesville, 


259 


Waynesville, 


D. B. Nelson, 


W. C. Brown. 


Centre Hill, 


260 


Centre HiU, 


D. Barclift, 


R. Dillard. 


Excelsior, 


261 


Charlotte, 


S. Wittkowsky, 


0. J. Lang. 


High Brighton, 


262 


Lenoir, 


C. A. CUley, 


A. A. Scroggs. 


Gaston, 


263 


Dallas, 


J. F. Smyer, 


E. A. Poe. 


Coble, 


264 


,Brick Church, 
Farmington, 


D. Coble, 


W. A. Coble. 


Farmington, 


265 


J. W. Wiseman, 


S. W. Naylor. 


Durbin, 


266 


Blockersville, 






Dunn's Rock, 


267 


Brevard, 


S. V. Pickens, 


J. A. Harris. 


Unaka, 


268 


Webster, 


W. L. Love, 


L. M. Dillard. 


East Bend, 


269 


East Bend, Yadkin, 


E. Benbow, 


A, Horn. 


Builder's, 


270 


Friendship, 


B. J. Sapp, 


B. N. Stevenson. 


Tabasco, 


271 


Gibsonville, 


W. P. Heath, 


G. M. Isley. 


Mebaneville, 


272 


Mebaneville, 






Watauga, 


273 


Boon, 


D. B. Dougherty, 


W. L. Bryan. 


St. Patrick's, 


274 


Boon Hin, 


W. J. Clarke, 


J. W. Dowd. 


Manuel Fetter, 


275 


Moringsville, 






Beaver Dam, 


266 


Monroe, 


J. B. Ashcraft, 


J. A. Marsh. 


No. 261 to 376 hot 


1 Inclusive, were chartered at the Annual Communication of 


1867. 








Number of Lodges 


working, 203. Number 


of Masons in the St 


ate, 11,122. 



Officers of the Grand Lodge of U, 0. 

R. W. Best, G. M., Raleigh, 

Dr. J. G. Ramsay, D. G. M., Rowan Mills. 

R. B. Vance, S. G. W., Ashville. 

T. M. Gardner, J. G. W.. Wilmington. 

C. W. D. Hutchings, G. T., Raleigh. 

D. W. Bain, G. Sec, Raleigh. 

J. A. Reagan, G. Chaplain, Reams Creek. 

J. W. Beasley, S. G. D., Windsor. 

W. M. Cocke, J. G. D., Asheville. 

C. A. Cilley, G. Marshall, Lenoir. 

C. E. Parish, G. S. B., Hillsboro. 

J. A. Hedrick, G. P., Beaufort. 

J. M. Betts, G. Tyler, Raleigh. 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN CORRESPON- 
DENCE. 

R. B. Vance, Chairman, Ashville. 

Dr. Ellis Malone, Louiaburg. 

W. J. Stanly, Whitesville. 



COMMITTEE ON BY 


-LAWS OP 


SUBORDI- 




NATE 


LODGES. 




John Nichols, 
J. B. Neathery, 
D. W. Bain, 




Raleigh 
Raleigh 
Raleigh 



COMMITTEE ON MASONIC JUBISPUDENCE. 

Dr. W. G. Hill, Raleigh. 

J. B. Batchelor, Raleigh. 

John Nichols. Raleigh. 



COMMITTEE ON DIGEST OP MASONIC 
LAW. 

M. W. G. M., R. "W. Best, Raleigh. 
P. G. M.. Alfred Martin, Wilmington. 
Dr. Thos. B. Carr, Wilmington. 

Grand Lodge meets annually in the 
City of Raleigh, on the Ist Monday in 
December. 



Freema:onry in the "Worli, 

It is estimated that at present, in 
round numbers, there are 1,250,000 Free 
and Accepted Masons scattered upon the 
face of the globe. Of this number some 
150,000 are in England ; 100,000 in Scot- 
land, and 50,000 in Ireland. There are 
about 60,000 on the Continent of Europe ; 
300,000 in the United States, and 50,000 
in other parts of the world. 



Dental Association of North Carolina. 

Dr. B. F. Arrington, of Wilmington, 
President. 

Dr. V. C. Turner, of Henderson, Corres- 
ponding Secretary. 



150 



NORTH CAROLIKA 



RAILROADS. 



RAILROADS. 



Atlantic and Nortli Carolina E. E. 



OFGICERS. 

John D. Whitford, President. 
C. V. Jordan, Engineer & Snperintend't. 
J. C. Justice, Secretary and Treasurer. 
W. B. Hall, General Ticket Agent. 

DIRECTORS. 

On part of State. On part of Stockholders. 
Council Best. John C. Washington. 

Jameb M. Parrott. John D. Whitford, 
L. C. Desmond. Geo. Green. 
J. L. Morehead. 
John D. Planner. 
Alonzo T. Jenkins. 
William Murdock. 
Isaac Ramsay. 

G. W. Dill, State Proxy. 

Capital Stock, $1,000,000, of which the 
State owns two-thirds. 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 



ES. MILES. 

Dover 60 

Kinston 69 

Falling Creek. .75 
Mosely Hall....81 

Best 86 

Goldsboro 95 



Morehead City. .. 

Newport 10 

Ilavelock 18 

Croatan . . 25 

Newbern 36 

Tuscarora 47 

Core Creek 55 

Extends from Goldsboro, via Newbern 
to Morehead City, 95 miles, and connects 
with the North Carolina Central, and the 
Wilmington and Weldon Railroads at 
Goldsboro, and with steamers to North- 
ern cities at Newbern and Morehead 
City. 



Chatliam Railroad Company. 

The Chatham Railroad, not yet com- 
pleted, extends from Raleigh to Gulph 
in Chatham county, 45 miles, and con- 
nects with the North Carolina Central 
at Carey, near Raleigh, and at Egypt 
with the Western Railroad from Fay- 
etteville, and is designed to connect also 
with the Cheraw and Coalfields Railroad. 
The ultimate object being to extend the 
Road to Columbia, S. C. Twenty -two 
miles of the Road already graded 

OFFICERS. 

Gen. W. R. Cox, President. 

W. W. Vass, Secretary and Treasurer. 

DIRECTORS. 

Gen. W. R. Cox. Geo. W. Mordecai. 

Dr. W. J. Hawkins, W. H. Willard. 
Thomas Webb. J. M. Heck. 



Charlotte & South Carolina E, E. 

OFFICERS. 

Wm. Johnston, Presid't, Charlotte, N. C- 
C. Bouknight, Supt., Columbia, S. C. 
Chas. H. Manson, Sec. & Treas., Colum- 
bia, S. C. 
E. R. Dorsey, Geu'l Freight and Ticket 
Agent, Columbia, S. C. 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 

MILES. MILES. 



/ 
Charlotte, 
Morrow's, 
Fort Mills, 
Rock HiU, 
Smith's, 
Lewis', 
Chester, 
Cornwell's, 
Blackstock's, 
Yongue's, 




11 

18 
20 
35 
88 
45 
53 
57 
60 



White Oak, 


64 


Adger's, 


67 


Winnsboro', 


72 


Simpson's, 


77 


Ridgeway, 


83 


Doko, 


90 


Killion's, 


96 


Columbia, 


106 


Junction, 


109 



Connects with Columbia Branch of S. 
C. R. R. at Junction. 

Connects with Greenville & Columbia, 
and Spartanburg & Union Railroads at 
Columbia. 

Connects with North Carolina R. R., 
and Wilmington, Charlotte & Rutherford 
R. R. at Charlotte. 

Petersburg and Weldon E. E, 

C. p. Collier, President, Petersburg. 
R. B. Pegi-am, Superintendent. 

W. H. Browne, Gen. Ticket Agent. 

D. P. Potts, Treasurer. 

Reubin Anderson, Master Machinist, 
— Lanier, Road Master. 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 

MILES. MILES. 

Weldon, Oj *Gaston BRANCH 

Garysburg, loj — Trains run be- 

Ple/isant HUl, 14 tween Hicksford 
*HicksfordJunct., 21 1 Junction and Gas- 
Jarratt's, 34 ton, N. C, connect- 

Stony Creek, 42 ing at Gaston with 

Ream's, 54 'the Raleigh and 

Petersburg, 64 'Gaston Road. 

CONNECTIONS. 

1. With the Wilmington and Weldon, 
Seaboard and Roanoke, and Raleigh and 
Gaston, at Welden. 

2. With the Richmond and Petersburg, 
and Petersburg and Norfolk, and South 
Side Roads, at Petersburg, Va> 



The Tarboro Branch Eailroad, 

Is an adjunct of the Wilmington and 
Weldon Railraod, from Rocky Mount to 
Tarboro, 16 miles, and is under the con- 
trol of that company. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



151 



RAILROADS. 



RAILROADS. 



Nortii" Carolina Central E. E. 



OFFICERS. 



Josiah Turner, Jr., President. 

Jas Anderson, Chief Engineer & Supt. 

P. B. Euffin, Treasurer. 

F. A. Stagg, Secretary. 

P. D. Swain, General Ticket Agent. 



DIRECTORS. 



On part of Stocl'holdcrs- 
Thomas Webb, 
J. L. Morehead, 
D. A. Davis, 
VVm. Murdoch. 



On the part of State. 

3. M. Coffin, 

Josiah Turner, jr., 

Peter Adams, 

O. G. Parsley, 

R. S. Tucker, 

J. E. Allen, 

J. W. Thomas, 

Wm. C. Means, 

J. ]M. Coffin, State Proxy. 

Capital stock of which the State 

own $3,000,000. 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 

MILES. MILES. 

Oj Graham, 2 

13 1 Haw River, 2 

SlMebane's, 6 

13;HiUsboro', 10 



Charlotte, 

Harrisburg, 

Concord, 

China Grove, 

Salisbury, 

Holtsburg, 

Lexington, 

Thomasville, 

High Point, 

Jamestown, 

Greensboro', 

McLean's, 

Gibsonville, 

Company Shops, 



OjUniversioy Sta'n, 5 
8] Durham's, 9 

OiJMorrisville, 13 

lllRaleigh, 12 

TlStallings, 15 

5!Smithfield, 12 

lOJBoon Hill, 10 

8Goldsboro', 15 

7| — 

7!TotalNo. of m, 223 



Connects at Charlotte with the Char- 
lotte and South Carolina Eailroad; at 
Salisbury with the Western North Caro- 
lina ; at Greensboro' with the Piedmont 
Railroad; at Raleigh with the Raleigh 
and Gaston Railroad ; and the Chatham 
Railroad, (not yet completed,) and at 
Goldsboro' with t'ne Wilmington and 
Weldon, and the Atlantic and North 
Carolina Railroads. 



Ealeigli and Gaston Eailroad. 

Shops and Offices at Raleigh. 

OFFICERS. 

Dr. Wm. J. Hawkins, President. 

Capt. A. B. Andrews, Superintendent. 

Maj. W. W. Vass, Treasurer. 

Col. C. B. Allen, Gen. Freight Agent. 

Thos. Badger, Secretary. 

J. M. Pool, Gen. Ticket Ag't & Auditor. 

J. B. Gayle, Master Machinist. 

J. R. Thrower, Road Master. 

Jeptha Horton, Yard Master. 



DIRECTORS. 

J. B. Littlejohn. Geo. W. Mordecai. 
George Little, Dr. Wm. J. Hawkins. 
C. H. K. Taylor, S. S. Eoyster, 
J. B. Batch elor. 

Authorized capital stock, $1,500,000 

Reserved stock, 16,000 

STATIONS AND DISTAIn'CES. 

MILES. 

Raleigh ; 

Mill Brook 6 

HuntsvUle 10 

Wake ,'15 

Franklinton 27 

KittreU's 36 

Henderson 43 

Junction 53 

Ridgeway 56 

Warrenton 61 

Macon 65 

Littleton 76 

Gaston 85 

Weldon... 97 

This Road extends from Raleigh to 
Weldon, 97 miles, and connects at Ral- 
eigh with the N. C. Central Railroad, and 
at Weldon with the Petersburg and Roa- 
noke, the Seaboard and Roanoke, and 
the Wilmington and Weldon Railroads. 



Seaboard and Eoanoke" Eailroad, 

OFFICERS. 

John M. Robinson, Pres. and Gen. Sup. 

Richard Walke, Treasurer. 

John T. Hill, Auditor. 

Enoch G. Ghio, Sup. Transportation. 

J. B. Pendleton, Snp. Machinery. 

Sam'l T. Hand, Sup. Bridges. 



DIRECTORS. 


Moncure Robinson. 
W. L. Savage. 
Nalbro Frazier. 


Geo. B. Vickers. 
Richard Walke. 
Judge D.A. Barnes. 


STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 


MI 
Weldon, 
Seaboard, 10 
Margarettsville, 17 
Branchville, 23 
Boykin's, 26 


LES. MILESJ 
Newpoms, 30 
Franklin, 43 
Carrsvilla, 49 
Suffolk 63 
Portsmouth, 80 


CONNE( 


DTIONS. 



1. At Weldon with the Petersburg and 
Weldon, Raleigh and Gaston, and Wil- 
mington and Weldon Roads. 

2. At Franklin with steamer to Ply- 
mouth, and at Portsmouth with North- 
ern steamers. 

E^" Only a small portion of this road 
is in North Carolina. 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



KAILROADS, 



RAILROADS. 



Wilmington, Charlotte and Ruth- 
erford Railroad. 

OFFICERS. 
Robt. H. Cowan, President, Wilmington. 
Wm. J. Everett, Gen'l Transportation. 
W. H. Allen, Master Trans., Laurinburg. 
Wm. R. French, Freight Agent. 
W. A. Gill, Master Machinist. 
B. S. Guion, Supt. Western Division, 

Charlotte. 
V. A. McBee, Treas. Western Division, 

Charlotte. 



DIRECTORS. 



A. H. VanBokkelen, 

John A. McDowell, 

S. W. Cole, 

E. N. Hutchison, 

A. G. Logan, i 

Samuel J. Person, J 



H. W. Guion, 
Walter L. Steele, 
S. H. Walkup, 
C. C. Henderson, 
A. R. Homesley, 
R. S. French. 



STATIONS AND DISTANCES ON EASTERN 
DIVISION. 

MILES. MILES. 



Wilmington, 
Riverside, (by 

Boat,) 
North -West, 
Marlville 
Rosindale, 
Brown Marsh, 
Bladenboro', 



Lumberton, 
Moss Neck, 
Red Banks, 
Shoe Heel, 
Laurinburg, 
Laurel Hill 
Sand Hill, 



68 
7G 
84 
89 
95 
101 
110 



From Sand Hill to Charlotte, and also 
beyond Cherryville, the road is only in 
progress. 

The Western Division is completed 
from Charlotte to Tuckasegee, Brevard, 
Shoran, Lincolnton, Iron Station and on 
to Chen"y ville about 40 miles from Char- 
lotte. 



Piedmont Railroad. 

This Road extends from Greensboro, 
N. C, to Danville, Va., 48 miles, and is 
now a ptJrt of the Richmond and Dan- 
ville Road. 

OFFICERS. 

A. S. Buford, President. 

Thos. Dodomead, Gen. Superintendent. 

E. A. Barber, Treasurer. 

John D. Blair, Auditor. 

Offices and Shops at Richmond, Va. 
STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 





MILES. MILES. 


Greensboro, 





Ruffin, 33 


Morehead, 


8 


Pelham, 39 


Benaja, 


15 


Danville, 48 


Reidsville, 


24 




Connects with the N. C. Central Rail- 


road at Greensboro. 





Wilmington and Weldon E> R. 

OFFICERS. . 

Hon. R. R. Bridgerg. 
S. L. Fremont, Engineer and Supt. 
John W. Thompson, Sec. and Treas. 
Wm. M. Poisson, General Ticket Agent 

and Clerk. 
Wm. Smith, Master of Transportation. 
Capt. G. L. Dudley, Gen'l Freight Ag't. 
Milton M. Hankins, Master Machinist. 
John Crone, Road Master. 

DIRECTORS. 



On part of the State. | 


On part of Stockholders 


Ed. Kidder, 




Piatt Dickinson, 


Dr. Thos. D.Hogg,! 


Stephen D. Wallace, 


John Norfleet, 




William A. Wright, 
Eli Murray, 
Alfred Martin, 
A. H. VanBokkelen, 
John Everett, 




iW. D. Faircloth. 


STATIONS 


AND DISTANCES. 


MILES. MILES. 


Wilmington, 





Dudley, 75 


North East, 


9 


Goldsboro', 84 


Marlboro', 


11 


Nahunta, 95 


Rocky Point, 


14 


Black Creek, 102 


Asheboro', 


17 


Wilson, 108 


Burgaw, 


22 


.loyner's, 116 


South Wash'gtoE 


,29 


Rocky Mount, 125 


Leesburg, 


38 


Battleboro', 133 


Teachey's, 


38 


Whitaker's, 137 


Magnolia, 


48 


Enfield, 143 


Warsaw, 


55 


Halifax, 153 


Faison's 


63 


Weldon, 162 


Mt. Olive, 


70 





Coimects at Wilmington with Wilming- 
ton and Manchester Railroad, Wilming- 
ton, Charlotte and Rutherford Road and 
the Boats on Cape Fear River; also, with 
Ocean Steamers ; at Goldsboro' with At- 
lantic and North Carolina Rairload, and 
North Carolina Central R. R.; at Weldon 
with Petersburg & Weldon and Seaboard 
& Roanoke Roads, the latter connecting 
at Portsmouth with Northern Steamers. 



Wilmington & Manchester R. E. 

OFFICERS. 

H. B. Giles, President. 

Gen. Wm. McRea, Gen. Superintendent. 

Wm. A. Walker, Secretary & Treasurer. 

John L. CantweU, Gen. Freight Agent. 

Roderick McRea, Ticket Agent. 

Jas. G. Green, Yard Master. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



153 



KAILEOADS. 



NAVIGATION. 



DIRECTOKS. 



Henry Nutt. 
Richard Bradley. 
Jas. G. Burr. 
A. J. DeRossett 
W, E. Mills. 



J. Eli Gregg. 
O. G. Parsley. 
David R. Cowan. 
J. W. McCall. 
John Dawson. 



W. L. Smith, State Proxy. 
STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 



Wilmington, 
Flemington, 
Whiteville, 
Fair Bluff, 
Nichols, 
Mullins, 
Marion, 
Pee Dee, 




34 

44 
63 

72 
78 
86 
94 



Mar's Bluff, 101 
Florence, 107 

Timmonsvillo, 119 
Lynchburg, 127 
Mayesville, 
Sumpter, 
Manchester, 
Kingsville, 



137 
146 
157 
171 



CONNECTIONS. 



At Wilmington with the Wilmington 
and Weldon Road, Charlotte & Ruther- 
ford Road, Cape Fear boats for Fayette- 
ville, and ocean steamers. 

At Florence with the North Eastern 
Road for Charleston. 

At Kingsville with the South Carolina 
Road. 



Western E. E. 

OFFICERS. 

C. B. Mallett, President. 

L. C. .Tones, Superintendent. 

John M. Pease, Sec. and Gen'l Agent. 

N. A Steelman, Treasurer. 

DIRECTORS. 
On part of the State. 
N. A. McKethan, Fayetteville. 
Col. J. T. Morehead, Greensboro. 
Col. H. M. Waugh, Mt. Airy. 
M. S. Robbins, Asheboro. 

On part of the Stoclcholders. 
H. L. Myrover. A. McLean. 

J. D. Williams. Thos. S. Lutterloh. 

Wm. M. L. McCoy. 

Capitol stock, $1,930,000 

Cost of construction, 850,000 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 





MILES. 


MILES. 


Fayetteville, 





Swan's, 


30 


Tittle River, 


12 


Jonesboro, 


35 


Spout Spring, 


20 


Egypt, 


43 



This Road is completed to Egypt, 43 
miles. The Road is chartered to the 
Virginia line, near Mt. Airy, to cross the 
Central Road at High Point or Greens- 
boro, and pass near Salem. The State 

19 



is a stockholder to the amount of $1,000, 
000, and the Convention of 1868 passed 
an appropriation of $10,000 to the mile 
to construct the Road promptly from the 
Central Road to Salem. 



Western Nortli Carolina E, E. 

OFFICERS. 

S. McD. Tate, Morganton, Pres. & Sup. 
R. F. Simonton, Statesville, Sec. & Tres. 
E. H. Marsh, Master Mechanic. 



DIRECTORS. 



On part of State. 
G, F. Davidson. 
A. M. Powell. 
S. McD. Tate. 
A. M. Erwin. 
A. S. Merrimon. 
F. E. Shober. 
R. L. Patterson. 
A. C. Cowles. 



On part of Stockholders. 
N. W. Woodfin. 
Hon. Z. B. Vance. 
Hugh Reynolds. 
Dr. J. C. McDoweU. 



O. G. Foard, State Proxy. 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 



MILES, 



Salisbury, 
Tank, 

Third Creek, 
Statesville, 
Piatt's, 



MILES. 
Catawba, 38 

Newton, 50 

Hickory Tavern, 60 
Icard, 70 

Morganton, 78 



(The Road is under contract to Ashe- 
ville.) 

Connects at Salisbury with through 
traiuB on the North Carolina Railroad. 

Connects at Statesville with the Char- 
lotte and Statesville Branch of the 
Charlotte and South Carolina Road. — 
(This ]3ranch has not been running since 
the war.) 



Eoanoke Navigation Company, 

This corporation embraces improve- 
ments in the Roanoke, Dan and Staunton 
Rivers. 

OFFICERS. 

Wm. H. Wesson, President. 
C. H. Cabiness, Secretary. 
Munford S. McGee, State Director. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

North Carolina $ ^0,000 00 

Virginia 80,000 00 

Individuals 282,000 00 

Tatal $312,000 OO 



154 



IS^ORTH CAROLINA 



NAVIGATION. 



NAVIGATION. 



Cape Fear Navigation Company. 

This work embraces improvements ia 
Cape Fear River from V/ilmington to 
Fayetteville, one hundred and twenty 
miles. Capital stock, 87,000 dollars. 
T>. A. Ray, President. 
W, N. Tillinghast, Sec. and Gen. Agent. 

DIRECTORS. 

C. B. ]\Iallett, I C. IL Wiley, 
John W. Sandford, | 



TABLE OF DISTANCES ON THE CAPE 
FEAR RIVER. 

From Wilmington to — 

Meares', 3 miles. 

Riverside, <') 

Mt. Misery, 8 || 

Bondinot's, 10 

Black River, 13 " 

Masjnolia, 13 

-Full" 15 " 

Devil's Elbow 17 " 

Roane's Landing, 19 " 

Thoroughfare, 20 " 

Wannett's, 23 || 

Bryant's, 23 

Neal'sEddy, 24 ^| 

Joe Green's, 36 

Blenham 30 

Narrow Gap, S3 

Lloyd's 38 " 

Black Rock, 40 " 

In at. Moore Creek, 41 " 

Indian Wells, 46 " 

Kelly's Cove, 51 || 

Brown's, 54 

Robeson's 55 

White HaU, 58 '^'^ 

Cypress, 67 

Little Sugar Loaf, 70 |^ 

Big Sugar Loaf, 71 

Elizabethtown, 78 " 

Morehead Shoals 83 " 

Owen Hill, 87 || 

Harrison's Creek, 88 

Council's Bluff, 92 " 

Prospect Hall, 98 " 

Willis' Creek, 101 " 

Devane's Ferry, 103 " 

Timms' 107 " 

Cedar Creek, 108 " 

Old Ferry, Ill " 

Rockfish 113 " 

Spring Hill 117 " 

Fayetteville, 120 " 

CONNECTIONS. 

With Wilmington, Charlotte & Ruth- 
erf ordton Rail Road at Riverside. 

With the Wilmington and Manchester 
R. R., and Wilmington & Weldon R. R., 



at Wilmington ; also, with Northern and 
European steamers. 

At Fayetteville, with Western Rail 
Road, via Jonesboro' and Egypt, and 
Chatham Rail Road, thence to Raleigh. 

Through connection from Wilmington 
to Raleigh, via Fayetteville and Jones- 
boro', thence to Page's (by stage,) on 
North Carolina Rail Road. 



Cap 



e Fear and Deep Eiver Navi- 
gation Company. 

The stock in this Company is now 
owned entirely by the State of North 
Carolina. The woi-k consists of improve- 
ments in the rivers from Fayetteville to 
the Gulf in Chatham County. 



MANAGERS. 



of 



H. A. London, 

Pittsboro'. 
I. N. Clegg, of Hay 

wood. 



A. S. McNeill, of 
Fayetteville. 

Vim. R. Cox, of 
Raleigh. 



Dismal Swamp CanaL 

This work extends from Pasquotank 
River through Dismal Swamp to Deep 
Creek, a tributary of Elizabeth River, 
and connects Chesepeake Bay, Va., with 
Albemarl Sound, N. C. The Canal is 
29 miles long, with locks 94 feet long, 17 
feet wide, 5 feet deep— supplied by water 
from Lake Drummond. ' 

C. V/hitlee, President. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

United States ^300,000 00 

Virginia 190,000 00 

Individuals 96,000 00 

Total $486,000 00 



Albemarle and Chesepeake Canal 
Company. 

This canal is forty-five miles long, (in- 
cluding thirty miles of improved river 
navigation,) and connects Chesepeake 
Bay with Albemarle, Currituck, and 
Pamlico Sounds; Locks, two hundred 
and twenty feet long, forty feet wide, 
built for ten feet depth, now navigable 
for steamers from six to seven feet, six 
inches draft. Supplied by water from 
the Atlantic Ocean. 

Marshall Parks, President. 

B. F. Tebault, Secretary and Treas. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



155 



mp:dical 



LIBRARIES. 



DIRECTORS. 



On part of State. 
T. J. Jarvis, 
D. D. Ferebee, 



On part of St'kliolcVrs 
Til. Courtright, of Pa., 
Henry A. Richmond, 

of New York, 
Andrew D. White, of 

New York, 
Thomas V. Webb, of 

Virginia, 
L. H. Chandler, of 

Virginia, 
B. T. Simons, of N. C. 



Public Libraries in tlie United States. 

EMBRAGING SOCIETY, SCHOOL, SUN- 
DAY SCHOOL, COLLEGE, AND STATE 
LIBRARIES. 



STATES. 



Number. 



Thomas Latham, State Proxy 



Medical Society of Kortli Carolina. 

S. S. SatchweU, of Wilmington, Pres't. 
Hugh Kelly, 1st Vice-President. 
Geo. A. Foote, 2d Vice-President. 
Charles O. Hagan, 3d Vice-President. 
J. H. Baker, 4th Vice-President. 
J. W. Jones, Treasurer. 
Thomas F. Wood, Secretary. 

BOARD OF 1\IEDICAL EXAJITNERS. 



E. Burke Haywood, 
Ji. B. Haywood, 
R. PI. Winborne, 



S. S. Satchwell, 
N. J. Pittman, 
J. J. Summerrell, 



N. Whitehead. 

51^" The Board meets in Ptaleigh and 
Morganton alternately on the firso Mon- 
day in ]VIay of each year. 

The Fourteenth Annual Meeting was 
held in Tarboro on the 15th of May, 18(37. 

The Fifteenth Annual Meeting will be 
held in May, ISGS, at Warrenton. 



EDIITBORO' MEDICAL COLLEGE, 
ROBESON CO., N. Q. 

The Lectures of Edinboro' Medical, 
College commence the first Monday of 
November and close the first of March. 
The Faculty are determined tomake it a 
first-class institution. The charter grants 
to the Graduates all the privileges of 
other Colleges. 

TERjrs. 

Tickets, (fuU course,) $75 00 
Dissecting, 10 00 

Matriculation, 5 00 

Graduation, 30 00 

Board from §4 to $o per week. 

^^" Students wishing to board them- 
selves will have house room furnished 
them on vei-y moderate terms. 

HECTOR McLEAN, ll.B. 
Shoe Heel, Robeson co., N. C. 



Maine, 

New Hampshire, 

Vermont, . 

Jlassachusetts, 

Rhode island, 

Connecticut, 

New York, 

New Jersey, 

Pennsylvania, 

Delaware, 

Maryland, 

Dis. of Columbia, 

Virginia, 

North Carolina, 

South Carolina, 

Georgia, 

Florida, 

Alabama, 

Mississippi, 

Louisiana, 

Texas, 

Arkansas, 

Tennessee, 

Kentucky, 

Missouri, 

Illinois, 

Indiana, 

Ohio, 

Michigan, 

Wisconsin, 

Iowa, 

Total in the U. S. 



Volumes. 



23G 

129 ' 
96 
1,463 
96 

164 
11,013 

128 

893 
17 

124 
9 
54 
38 
26 
38 
7 
56 

117 
10 
13 

o 

34 

80 

97 

153 

151 

352 

417 

73 

32 



15,615 



121,969 
85,759 
64,641 

684,015 

104,343 

105,318 

1,760,820 

80,885 

363,400 
17,950 

125,043 
98,600 
88,463 
29,593 

107,473 

31.788 

3,660 

30,633 

31,737 

26,800 

4,330 

430 

23,896 

79,466 

70,056 

63,486 

68,403 

186,826 

107,943 

21,029 

5,790 



4,636,411 



Odd Fellowship in ftlie United States. 
The Grand Secretary of the Order in 
the United States, reports the member- 
ship at the present time to be 317,886, 
there having been an accession the past 
year of 33764 members. The receipts 
for the past year have been $1,965,718,1, 
of which §1,760,133,56 were from bodies 
under the jurisdiction of the Grand 
Lodge, and $505,593,45 from bodies un- 
der the jurisdiction of the Grand En- 
campment. The total relief dispensed 
in the same time was $690,675,97, of 
which $025,830.25 were by the bodies un- 
der the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge. 
The relief dispensed by the bodies under 
the jurisdiction of the Grand Encamp- 
ment was $64,855.12. 



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KORTH CAROLINA 



OFFICERS G. L. 



ELECTORAL COOLLEGE. 





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STATES. VOTES. 

Alabama 8 




Arkansas 5 

California 5 

Connecticut 6 

Delaware 3 




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Georgia 9 

Illinois 16 

Indiana 13 




Iowa 8 


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Kansas 3 


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Kentucky 11 

Louisiana 7 


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James E. Allen, 

Wm. P. Taylor, 

James H. Moore, 

Joseph Green, 
(( 11 

J. M. Cox, 

i< 11 

Daniel Coleman, 
E. F. Watson, 

C. C. Clark, 
Rufus K. Speed, 

Robert AV. Best. 

D. H. Stephenson, 

John Nichols, 

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T. M. Gardner. 


Maine 7 

Maryland 7 

Massachusetts 13 

Michigan 8 

Minnessota 4 


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Mississippi 7 

Missouri 11 

Nebraska 3 


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Nevada 3 

New Hampshire 5 

New Jersey 7 

New York 33 

North Carolina 9 

Ohio 21 

Oregon 3 

Pennsylvania 30 





Cyrus P. JNIendenhall, 

W. P. Taylor, 

11 1. 

Alfred Martin, 

11 11 

Lewis S. Williams, 

E. W. Ward, 

11 11 

E. F. Watson, 
Edwin G. Reade, 

Eugene Grissom, 
J. M. iLnppoldt, 
Robert W. Best. 
Dr. J. G. Ramsay. 


Rhode Island 4 

South Carolina 6 


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Tennessee 10 

Texas 6 

Vermont 5 


Virginia 10 




West Virginia 5 




Wisconsin. 8 




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States) 317 

Total, (excluding South- 
ern States) 247 

Should Colorado be admitted 
to the Union as a State before 
the presidential election, it 
would be entitled to three elec- 
toral votes, making the total 
electoral vote 330, and without 
the Southern States, 250. 






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Affidavit, 5 cents 

(in suit or legal proceedings,) Exempt 
Agreement or Appraisement, for 
each sheet or piece of paper, 
on which the same is written, 5 cents 
Assignment or Transfers, of 
Mortgage, lease or policy of in- 
surance, the same duty as on 
the original instrument of pat- 
ent right, 5 cents 
Bank Checks, Drafts or Orders, 

&c., at sight, or on demand, 3 cents 
Bills of Exchange, Inland drafts 
or orders payable otherwise 
than at sight or on demand, 
and any promissory note what- 
ever, payable on demand or at 
a time designated [except 
bank notes issued for circula- 
tion, and ckecks made and in- 
tended to be, and which shall 
be, forthwith presented for 
payment] for a sum not ex- 
ceeding flOO, 
For every additional $100 or frac- 
tional part thereof, 
Bills of Lading vessels for the 
ports of the United States or 
British North America, Exempt 

On receipt of goods on any for- 
eign ports, 10 cents 
Bills of Sale of any vessel, or 
part thereof, when the consid- 
eration does not exceed $500, 50 cents 
Exceeding $500 and not exceed- 
ing $1,000, $1 00 
Exceedin^one thousand dollars 
for each five hundred dollars 
or fractional part thereof, 50 cents 
Of personal property, other than 
ship or vessel, Bond personal, 
for payment of money (see 
mortgage)— Official, $1 00 
For indemnifying any person for 
the payment of any sum of 
money, where the money ulti- 
mately recoverable thereupon 
is one thoasand dollars or less, 50 cents 
Where the money recoverable 
exceeds one thousand dollars 
for every additional one thou- 
sand dollars or fractional part 
thereof, 50 cents 
Bonds, county, city and towTi 
bonds, railroads and other cor- 
poration bonds and script, are 
subject to stamp duty. (See 
mortgage.) Of any descrip- 



5 cents 
5 cents 
5 cents 

5 cents 

5 cents 
5 cents 

5 cents 



tion, other than such as are 
required in legal procccedinga, 
and such as are not otherwise 
charged in this schedule, 25 cents 

Certificates of deposit in bank, 
sum not exceeding one hun- 
dred dollars, 3 cents 
Of deposit in bank, sum exceed- 
ing one hundred dollars, 5 cents 
Of stock in an incorporated com- 
pany, 25 cents 
General, 5 cents 
Of a qualification of a Justice of 
the Peace, Commissioner of 
deeds or Notary public. 
Of search of records. 
That certain papers are on file. 
That certain papers cannot be 

found, 
Of redemption of land sold for 

taxes. 
Of birth, marriage and death, 
Of qualifications of school teach- 
ers, 

Of profits of an incorporated 
company, for a sum not less 
than ten dollars and not ex- 
ceeeding fifty dollars, 10 cents 

Exceeding fifty dollars and not 
exceeding one thousand dol- 
lars, 25 cents 
Exceediug one thousand dollars, 
for every additional one thou- 
sand, or fractional part thereof 25 cents 
Of damage or otherwise, and all 
other certificates or documents 
issued by any port warden, ma- 
rine surveyor, or other person 
acting as such, 25 cents 
Certified Transcript of judg- 
ments, satisfaction of judg- 
ments and of all papers re- 
corded or on file, 
Check, Draft or Order for the- 
payment of any sum of money 
exceeding $10, drawn upon any 
person or other than a bank, 
banker or trust company, at 
sight or on demand. 
Contract (See Agreement Bro- 
kers,) 10 cents 
Conveyance deed, instrument of 
writing, wherelay lands, tene- 
ments, or other reality sold 
shall be conveyed, the actual 
value of which does not ex- 
ceed $500, 50 cents 
Exceeding $500, and not exceed- 
ing $1000, $1 00 
For every additional five hun- 
dred dollars, or fractional part 
thereof, in excess of one thou- 
sand dollars, 50 cents 



5 cents 



2 cents 



160 



NORTH CAROLINA 



STA]\IP ACT. 



STAMP ACT. 



Entry of any goods, wares or 
merchandise at any custom 
house, not exceeding one hun- 
dred dollars in value, 25 cents 

Exceeding one hundred dollars 
and not exceeding five hun- 
dred dolla-is in value, 50 cents 

Exceeding five hundred dollars 
in value, $1 00 

For the withdrawal of any goods 
or merchandise from bonded 
warehouse, 50 cents 

Ganger's return if for quantity 
not exceeding five hundred 
gallons gross, 10 cents 

Exceeding 500 gallons, 25 cents 

Power of Attorney fo sell or 
transfer stock, .or collect divi- 
dends thereon, 25 cents 

To vote at an election if an in- 
corporated company, 10 cents 

To receive or collect rents, 25 cents 

To sell, or convey, or rent, or 

lease real estate, $1 00 

For any other purpose, 50 cents 

Probate of will or letters of ad- 
ministration, where the value 
of both real and personal es- 
tate does not exceed $2,000, $1 00 

For every additional $3,000 or 
fractional part thereof, in ex- 
cess of $2,000, _ 50 cents 

Bonds of executors, administra- 
tors, guardians and trustees, 
are each subjected to a stamp 
duty of $1 00 

Protest upon bill, note, check or 

draft, 25 cents 

Promissory Note, ( See Bills of 
Echange, inland.) Renewal of, 
subject to same duty as an 
original note. 

Receipt for the payment of any 
sum of money, or debt due, 
exceeding twenty dollars, or 
for the dehvery of any prop- 
erty, 2 cents 

Trust Deed made to secure a 
debt to be stamped as a mort- 
gage conveying estate to uses, 
to be stamped as conveyances. 

Warehouse Receipt for any goods 
wares or merchandise, not oth- 
erwise provided for, deposited 
or stored in any public or pri- 
vate warehouse not exceeding 
five hundred dollars in value, 10 cents 

E.xceeding five hundred and not 

exceeding one thousand dollars 20 cents 

Exceeding $1,000, for every $1,- 
000 or fractional part thereof, 
in excess of $1,000, 10 cents 

For any goods, etc., not other- 



wise provided for, stored or 
deposited in any public or pri- 
vate warehouse or yard, 25 cents 

Writs or Legal Documents, writs 
or other legal process, by 
which any suit is commenced 
in any court of record, either 
of law or equity, 50 cents 

Writ or original process issued 
by a court not of record, where 
the amount claimed is $100 or 
over, 50 cents 

Upon every confession of judg- 
ment or cognovit for .$100 or 
over, except in cases where the 
tax for a writ has been paid, 50 cents 

Writ or other process, appeals 
from justices courts, or other 
courts of inferior jurisdiction, 
to a court of record, 50 cents 

Warrants of distress, when the 
amount of rent claimed does 
not exceed $100, 25 cents 

When the amount exceeds $100, 50 cents 

Insurance, Marine, Inland and 
Fire. Where the considera- 
tion paid for the insurance, in 
cash , premium notes, or both, 
does not exceed $10, 10 cents 

Exceeding ten dollars, and not 

exceeding fifty, 50 cents 

Insurance,Life,when the amount 
insured does not exceed one 
thousand dollars, 25 cents 

Exceeding $1,000 and not ex- 
ceeding $5,000, 50 cents 

Exceeding $5,000, $1 00 

Lease of lands or tenements 
where the rents do not ex- 
ceed $300 per annum, 50 cents 
Exceeding $300, for each_ad- 
ditional $200, or fractional part 
thereof, in excess of $oOO, 50 cents 

Perpetual, subject to stamp duty 
as a "conveyance." 

Clause of guaranty of payment 
of rent incorporated or indors- 
ed, five cents additional. 

Measurers' Return, if for quan- 
tity not exceeding one thou- 
sand bushels, 10 cents 

Exceeding 1,000 bushels, 25 cents 

Mortgage, trust deed, bill of 
sales, or personal bond for the 
payment of money exceeding 
$100 and not exceeding $500, 50 cents 

Exceeding $500, for every addi- 
tional $500, or fractional i^art 
thereof, in excess of $500, 50 cents 

Pawner's Checks, 5 cents 

Passage Ticket from the United 
States to any foreign port, 
costing not more than $35, 50 cents 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



161 



STAMP ACT. 



FORTS, &c. 



§1 00 



Costing more than $35, and not 
exceeding $.")0, 

For every additional $50, or' frac- 
tional part thereof, in excess 
of $50, U 00 



GENERAL REJrARKS. 

Revenue Stamps may be used indis- 
criminataly upon any of the matters or 
things enumerated in Schedule B, except 
proprietary and playing card stamps, for 
which a special use has been provided. 

Postage stamps cannot be used in pay- 
ment of the duty chargeable on instru- 
ments. 

It is the duty of the maker of an in- 
strument to affix and cancel the stamp 
thereon. If he neglects to do so, the 
party for whom it is made, may stamp it 
before it is used ; and if used after the 
30th of July, 1864, and .used without a 
a stamp, it cannot afterwards be effect- 
ually stamped. Any failure upon the 
part of the maker of an instrument to 
appropriately stamp it, renders him lia- 
ble to a penalty of two hundred dollars. 
Suits are commenced in many States 
by other process than writ, viz: summons, 
warrants, publication, petition, &c.,in 
which case these, as the original process, 
severally require stamps. 

Writs of Ecira facias are subject to 
stamp duty as original processes. 

The jurat of an affidavit, taken before 
a Justice of the Peace, Notary Public, 
or other officer duly authoi-ized to take 
uffidavits, is held to be a certificate, and 
is subject to a stamp duty of five cents, 
except when taken in suits of legal pro- 
ceedings. 

Certificates of loan in which there 
shall appear any printed or written evi- 
dence of an amount of money to be paid 
on demand or at any time designated, 
are subject to stamp duty as Promisory 
Notes. 

The assignment of a mortgage is sub- 
ject to the same duty as that imposed 
upon the original instrument ; that is to 
say for every sum of five hundjed dollars, 
or any fractional part thereof, of the 
amount seeured by the mortgage, at time 
of its assignment there must be affixed a 
stamp or stamps, denoting a duty of five 
cents. 

When two or more persons join in the 
execution of an instrument, the stamps 
to which this instrument is liable under 
the law, may be affixed and cancelled by 
one of the parties. 

20 



In conveyance of real estate, the law 
provides that the stamp affixed must an- 
swer to the value of the estate or inter- 
est conveyed. 

No stamp is required on any warrant 
of attorney accompanying a bond or note, 
when such bond or note has affixed there- 
to the stamp or stamps denoting the dut-^ 
required, and whenever any bond or note 
is secured by mortgage, but one stamp 
duty is required on such papers, such 
stamp duty being the highest rates re- 
quired for such instruments, or either of 
them. In such case a note or memoran- 
dum of the value or denomination of the 
stamp affixed should be made upon the 
margin or in the acknowledgment of the 
instrument which is not stamped. 



Number of Pounds to a Bustel. 

Of Wheat 60 Pounds. 

Of Shelled Corn 56 do 

Of Corn on the Cob 70 do 

Of Rye 56 do 

Of Oats 36 do 

Of Barley 40 do 

Of Potatoes 60 do 

Of Bran 20 do 

Of Clover Seed 00 do 

Of Timothy Seed 45 do 

Of Flax Seed 45 do 

Of Homp Seed 44 do 

Of Buckwheat 53 do 

Of Blue Grass 14 do 

Of Castor Bean 46 do 

Of Dried Peaches 33 do 

Of Dried Apples 24 do 

Of Onions 57 do 

Gf Salt 50 do 



Forts. 

Fort Macon, Beaufort Harbor. 
Fort Hatteras, at Hatteras Inlet. 
Fort Fisher, at the Mouth of the Cape 
Fear River. 



Confederate Cemeteries. 

One in Raleigh. One in Goldsboro. 
One in New Berne. One in Wilmington. 



United States Cemeteries* 

One in New Berne. One in Raleigh. 

One in Wilmington. 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



165 



TEMPERA.NOE SOCIETIES. 



Temperance Societies. 

COUNCILS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

No. 1. Pettigrew — Louisburg, M. S. 
Davis, President, 
" 2. Roanoke — Williamston, Dr. J. 

B. Goodwin, President. 
" 3. Pender— Raleigh, R. W. Best, 

President. 
" 4. AsHviLLE— Ashville, R. "W. Por- 
ter, President. 
" 5. Weldon — Weldon, Exum Lewis, 

President. 
" 6. Cold Water— Smithville, E. 

Piver, President. 
" 7. HooKERTON — Hookerton, Rev. 

N. A. Hooker, President. 
" 8. Hend'^rson — Henderson, R. E. 

Young, President. 
" . 9. Mt. Olivet— Wilmington, W. 

M. Hays, President. 
" 10. Branch— Franklinton, ] J. D. 

Joyner, President. 
" 11. Reems Creek— Reems Creek, 

Dr. J. A. Reagan, President. 
" 12. Oxford— Oxford, Col.L. C. Ed- 
wards, President. 
" 13. Rowan— Salisbury, J. D. Mc- 

Neely, President. 
" 14. Flat Rock — Paciffic, Wm. K. 

Martin, President. 
" 15, Midway — Henderson^ David T. 

Baker, President. 
" 16. Oak City — Raleigh, James A. 

Collins, President. 
" 17. Enfield— Enfield, Col. E. D. 

Bell, President. 
" 18. Fayetteville — Fayetteville, 

T. W. Guthrie, President. 
" 19. Rutherfordton- Rutherford- 
ton, Kev. T. B. Justice, Pres. 
" 20. Mills River — Henderson co., 

J. A. Corpening, President. 
" 21. TnoMASViLLE — Thomasville, 

Rev. D. R. Bruton, Pres. 
" 22. SwANNANOA— Ashville, R. C. 

Patton, President. 
" 23. Tarboro — Tarboro, David Pen- 
der, President. 
" 24. Marshall— Marshall, Rev. J. 

T. Rollins, President. 
" 25. Fair View — Buncombe county 



26. Locust Field— Ford of Pig- 
eon, Haywood co., 

27. Bethel — Forks of Pigeon,Hay- 
wood CO. 

28. Webster — Webster, Jackson 
CO., J. M. Bryson, President. 

29. Franklin— Franklin, Macon 
CO., Rev. L. F. Siler, Pres. 

30. Waynesvilee — Wajoiesville, 
Haywood co., W. Brown, Pres. 



31. Lawson — Lumberton, 

32. SxVND Hill — Asheville, Bun- 
combe, 



Mrrphy — Murphy, 



" 34. Elm City — New Berne, Rev. 
A. D. Cohen, President. 

" 35. Marion— Marion, ■ 

" 36. MoRGANTON — Morganton, 

" 37. Lenoir — Lenoir, 



38. KiNSTON — Kiuston, 

39. White Hall — Mecklenburg, — 



" 40. Beaufort — Carteret, 

" 41. Gardner Hill — Jamestown, 

Guilford CO., 

" 42. Batts' — Joyners Depot, Wilson 

CO., 

" 43. GoLDSBORO — Goldsboro, Edgar 
Morgan, President. 

" 44. Sjiithfield- Smichfield, E. S. 
Moore, President. 

" 45. Cl.^yton — Clayton, Samuel R. 
Home, President. 

" 46. Fidelis— Boon Hill, Dr. R. 
Hooker, President. 

" 47. Phcenix — Wake CO., Henry Por- 
ter, President. 

SUPREME council. 

The names of the members of the 

Supreme Council are as follows : 

President— Rev. W. B. Wellons, Suffolk, 
Va. 

Associate — Gen. R. B. Vance, Ashville, 
N. C. 

Chaplain— Rev. G. W.Dame, D. D., Dan- 
ville, Va. 

Secretary — Rev. J. N. Andrews, AVil- 
mington, In . C. 

Treasurer — J. B. Blanks, Petersburg, Va. 

Conductor — Yi. 11. Young, Henderson, 
N. C. 

Sentinel — Maj.Exum Lewis, Weldon,N.C. 

STATE COUNCIL OF NORTH CAROLINjV. 

The following are the officers of the 

State Council of North Carolina : 

President — Gen. R. B. Vance, Asheville. 

Associate — R. H. Whitaker, Raleigh. 

Chaplain — Rev. J. A. Cuninggim, Louis- 
burg. 

Secretary — Maj. D. S. Hill, Louisburg. 

Treasurer — J. B. Bobbitt, Beaufort. 

Conductor — J. C. Thomas, Madison. 

Sentinel — G. W. Camp, Kinston. 

STATE COUNCIL OF VIRGINIA. 

The following are the officers of the 
State Council of Virginia : 
President — A. P. Abell, Charlottsville. 
Associate — Geo. A. Bruce, Waynesboro. 
Chaplain — Rev. G. W. Dame, D. D., 

])auville. 



166 



]S^ORTH CAROLINA 



COM^IISSIONERS OF AFFIDAVITS. 



Secretary— Eev. W. TS^ellons, Suffolk. 
Treasurer — Rev. J. A. Jefferson, Peters- 
burg. 
Conductor— J. E. Roller, Mt. Crawford. 
Sentinel — J. P. Smith, Waynesboro. 



Commissioners of Affidavits for 
the State of Nortk Carolina. 

ALABAMA. 

Lawrence Worrell, Mobile. 
Wm. Brooks, Mobile. 

ARKANSAS. 
Charles P. Redmond, Little Rock. 

CALIFORNIA. 

N. Proctor Smith, San Francisco. 
F. J. Thibault, San Francisco. 
CONNECTICUT. 

John T. Wait, Norwich. 

W. Edward Simons, Norwich. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 
Frederick Koones, Washington City. 
Jas. T. K. Plant, Washington City. 
Thos. J. Gardner, Washington City. 
John S. HoUingsheall, Washington City. 
Zack P. Brook, Washington City. 

DELAWARE. 
Philo White, Smyrna. 

FLORIDA. 

II. L. Smith, Mariarma. 
C II. Austin, Tallahassee. 
Alva A. Knight, Lake City. 

GEORGIA. 

Frank II. Miller, Augusta. 
Charles H. Smith, Rome. 
Lamor Cobb, Athens. 

ILLINOIS. 

Philip A.. Hoyne, Chicago. 
Simeon W. King, Chicago. 
O. R. W. Lull, Chicago. 

INDIANA. 

Luther R. Martin, Indianapolis. 

LOUISIANA. 
Andrew Hero, Jr., New Orleans. 
Justin Castanie, New Orleans. 
Geo. W. Christie, New Orleans. 
Robt. T. Buckner, Shreveport. 
James Graham, New Orleans. 
P. Charles Cuvellier, New Orleans. 
John Bendemaybe, New Orleans. 

MAINE. 

James O'Donnell, Portland. 

KARYLAND. 

Wm. B. Hill, Baltimore. 



E. Beatty Grath, Baltimore. 
George Philpot, Baltimore. 
Jos. T. Atkinson, Baltimore. 
W. W. Lattimer, Baltimore. 
Hermon I. Emmons, Baltimore. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
James B. Bell, Boston. 
Samuel Jennison, Boston. 
George T. Angell, Boston. 
J. Henry Hill, Woscester. 
MISSOURL 

Theodore Papin, St. Louis. 

MISSISSIPPL 
Lazarus Lindsey, Vicksburg. 
Charles F. Mayerhoff, Enterprise. 
Geo. A. Smythe, Jackson. 

NEW HAMPSniRE. 
C. W. Woodman, Dover. 

NEW JERSEY. 

Augustus W. Cutter, Morristown. 
H. Howard Burgess, South Orange, 

NEW YORK. 
J. Spencer Smith, N. Y. City. 
Christian Von Hesse, N. Y. City. 
Michael Phillips, N. Y. City. 
George B. Young, N. Y. City. 
John M. Boiling, N. Y. City. 
Nelson Merrill, N. Y. City. 
Edwin F. Corey, Sr., N. Y. Citv. 
Edwin F. Corey. Jr., N. Y. City. 
Horatio C. King, N. Y. City. 
Sylvester Lay, N. Y. City. 
Alexander Ostrander, N. Y. City. 
Andrew Anderson, Jr., N. Y. City. 
Moses B. JIaclay, N. Y. City. 
Joseph C. Lawrence, N. Y. City. 
Gordon L. Ford, Brooklyn. 
Charles I. Bnshnell, N. Y. City. 
Joseph B. Nones, N. Y. City. 
Henrv C. Banks, N. Y. City. 
John'Bissell, N. Y. City. 
Samuel Swan, N. Y. Citv. 
Franklin A. Wilcox, N. Y. City. 
Charles Nettleton, N. Y. City. 
Lewis W. Sloat, N. Y. City. 
James W. Hale, N. Y. City. 
Geo. W. CoUes, N. Y. City. 
Charles C. Jones, Jr., N. Y. City. 
Andrew .]. Hennion, Jr., N. Y. City. 
Philo W^hite, Amsterdam. 
John C. Shaw, N. Y. City. 
A. C. Anderson, N. Y. City. 
Enoch Arrington, N. Y. City. 
John Murphy, N. Y. City. 
Isaac H. Hall, N. Y. City. 
Themas Vance, N. Y. City. 
John Butcher, N. Y. City. 
David McAdam, N. Y. City. 
Fred. R. Anderson, N. Y. Ci,y. 
Wm. F. Sett, N. Y. City. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



167 



COM. AFFIDAVITS. 



IMMIGRATION. 



Matthew H. Ellis, N. Y. City. 
Chas. M. Graham, N. Y. City. 
Edmund D. Nye, N. Y. City. 
Svdsman Sasser, N. Y. City. 
Walter H. Calhoun, N. Y. City. 
John F. Pickerell, N. Y. City. 
Edward B. Barnum, N. Y. City. 
Clarence W. Hyde, N. Y. City. 
James L. Crittenden. N. Y. City. 
C. Vallette Kassen, N. Y. City. 

OHIO. 
Alex. H. McGuffey, Cincinnati. 
Samuel S. Carpenter, Cincinnati. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Theo. T>. Rand, Philadelphia. 
Jno. H. Frick, Philadelphia. 
Jno. McClaran, Pittsburg. 
Samuel L. Taylor, Philadelphia. 
Eobt. P. Dechert, Philadelphia. 
Kinley J. Tener, Philadelphia. 
Joshua Sparing, Philadelphia. 
Wm. V. Archer, Philadelphia. 
Samuel B. Huey, Philadelphia. 
Edward Shippen, Philadelphia. 
"Warren Jackson, Philadelphia. 
Wm. H. Whitehead, Philadelphia. 
Eugene H. Thorpe, Philadelphia. 
John Russell, Philadelphia. 

SOUTH CAKOLINA. 

Virginius J, Tobias, Charleston. 

TENNESSEE. 

R. R. Heath, Memphis. 
H. E. Hudson, Memphis. 
Edward J. Read, Brownsville. 
James E. Temple, Memphis. 

TEXAS. 

D. U. Barziza, Houston. 
A. L. Steele, Houston. 
R. D. Johnson, Galveston. 
Christopher Dart, Houston. 

VIRGINIA. 

Thos. W. Upshur, Richmond. 
W. J. Baker, Norfolk. 
Alex. Donnan, Petersburg. 
John R. Kilby, Suffolk. 
John D. Imboden, Richmond. 
Edgar M. Garnett, Richmond. 
James W. Hinton, Norfolk. 
Gilbert Elliott, Norfolk. 



Julius A. Bonitz, 

GOLDSBORO, N. C. 
Notary Puhlic for North Carolina, and Com- 
missioner of Deeds for the States of 
NEW YORK, VIRGINIA, 
KENTTCKY, SOUTH CAROLINA, 
ALABAMA, TEXAS, &c. 



Immigration ia 1867. 

From tables prepared by Mr. Vf . C. 
Smith, Chief Clerk of the Board of 
Commissioners of Emmigration, of pas- 
sengers landed at Castle Garden, in the 
citv of New York, in 1867. Of 245,500 

48,477 came in 245 sailing vessels, and 

197,012 in 404 steamers. 

The following table shows the ports 
whence emigrant passenger vessels have 
arrived, together with the nationality and 
number of vessels, and number of emi- 
grant passengers and others from each 
port, landed at Castle Garden during the 
year 1867. 



Port whence 
Sailed. 



Liverpool, > 
England, J 
London,Eng 
Glasgow, ] 
Scotland, f 
Melb'me, ] 
Australia. ) 
London- }_ 
derry. Ire. \ 
Havre, 
Rotterdam, 
Bremen, 
Hamburg, 
Antwerp, 
Genoa, Italy 
Palmero, / 
Sicily, [ 
Maderia, 

Totals, 



^S 



250 
59 

48 



31 

7 

146 

72 

29 

2 

1 
1 



95 CS, 



dS o 

• to 1-h 



109.96: 
11,270 

14,097 

26 

330 

6,81(» 

638 

57,056 

31,310 

6,968 

198 

24 
12 



•-d 



4,750 
282 

598 

33 

1 

134 

8 

841 

61 

73 



114713 
11,558 

14,695 

59 

331 

6,944 

646 

57,897 

31,371 

7,041 

198 

25 
12 



649 238,708 6,782 245490 



The destination of 
the year 1867 was as 

Arkansas 71 

Alabama, 75 

Australia, 2 

Brit, ijolumbia 39 
Canada, 2,333 

Dacotah, 
Delaware, 
Dis. Colum., 
Florida, 



Georgia 

Illinois, 

Iowa, 

Idaho, 

Indiana, 

Kentucky, 

Kansas, 



281 

817 

29 

264 

26,964 

5,610 

7 

3,240 

1,670 

706 



immigrants during 
follows : 

California 1,979 
Connecticut, 4,209 
Cen. America, 28 
Cuba, 21 

Colorado, 22 

Nova Scotia, 64 
Nevada, 17 

New York, 91,610 
New Jersey. 7,271 
Nebraska, 640 

N. Carolina, 83 
N. Brrmswick 98 
Ohio, 13,812 

Oregon, 10 

R. Island, 2,470 
Pennsylv'a, 27,424 



168 



NORTH CAROLINA 



IMMIGRATION. 



BATTLES. 



Louisiana, 669 

Massach's'ts,10,424 



Maryland, 

Maine, 

Michigan, 

Minnesota, 

Jlissouri, 

Mexico, 

]\Iississippi, 

N. Ham^jshire, 



1,704 

500 

7,119 

3,783 

7,301 

26 

73 

311 



Pr Euw'dsls. 13 



S. Carolina, 

S. America, 

Texas, 

Tennessee, 

Utah, 

Vermont, 

Virginiii, 

West Indies, 

Wisconsin, 



192 

82 
427 
489 
514 
559 
913 

18 
14.921 



Comparative yearly arrivals for twelve 
years : 

161,048 '59, 



'07, 
'66, 
'05, 
'04, 



245,490r63, 
236,641 '62, 
200,030 '61, 
lS4,700r60, 



85,603 

84,226 

185.186 

141,570 



81,458 '58, 
68.311 '57, 
108,083|'56, 
Table showing the number and nativi- 
ty of alien passengers arrived at the port 
of New York during the year 1867, who 
were liable to bonds or commutation : 



Germany, 


117,591 


Russia, 


185 


Ireland, 


65,134 


Wales, 


143 


England, 


33,712 


S. America, 


97 


Scotland, 


6,315 


Japan, 


87 


Sweden, 


4,843 


Portugal. 


79 


Switzerland, 


3,985 


Aiistralia, 


44 


France, 


3,204 


Canada, 


42 


Holland, 


2,150 


Mexico, 


28 


Belgium, 


1,023 


Nova Scotia, 


22 


Denmark, 


1,372 


China, 


17 


Italy, 


1,032 


Greece, 


8 


Norway, 


809 


Cen. America 


, 7 


Poland, 


208 


Turkey, 


6 


West Indies 


314 


East Indies, 


4 


Spain, 


203 


Africa, 


2 



Battles- 

Guilford Court House, March 15, 1781. 

Moore's Creek. 

Goldsboro Bridge. 

Kinston Bridge, April 39, 1863. 

New Berne Plains, March 14, 1863. 

Fort liatteras. 

Siege of Fort JVIacon, April 25, 1863 

Siege of Fort Fisher, Jan. 1—15, 1805. 

Capture of Washington, June 2 — 5, 1863. 

Capture of Plymouth. 

Recapture of Plymouth. 

lloanoke Island. 

New Berne, January 26, 1804. 

Roanoke River, May 5, 1804. 

Jonesboro, t;eptember. 

Fayetteville, March 9, 1805. 

Averasboro, ]\Iarch 16, 1865. 

Bentonville, March 30, 1865. 

Pollocksville, Jlay 11, 18G3. 

White Hall. 



To Ascertain the Length of the Day and 
Night. 

At aby time of the year add twelve 
hours to the time of the Sun's setting, 
and from the sum subtract the time of 
rising, for the length of the day. Sub- 
tract the time of setting from twelve 
hours, and to the remainder add the time 
of rising next morning, for the length of 
the night. These rules are equally true 
for apparent time. 



:BXJ"^r ^^OTTI^ IBOOI^S 



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ADVERTISEMENTS LXV 



LOXJISBUKa 



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HALL ^ WEST, 

00tellersf stationers, 



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LXVI 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E. J. HALE ^ SON'S 



i^m lisisfiii, 

(Conducted by D. T. Newby,) 

^!cU0l §00U in ^mmxl %Uf 

BIBLES. MM BOOKS, k., k, ENVELOPES AND STATIONERY OF ALL KINDS, 
WHOLESALE AISTD RETAIL, 

Hotel Building, 41 Hay St., 

FAYETTEVILLEN.C. 



J. A. & S. T. WILLIAMS, 



0:Xir«o:E=LID, IsT. o. 

give Special Allention to Collecting ani Compromising Claims. 



Refers "by Pennission to 



CkDFFiN, Lkk & Co., New York. 

D. J. FoLEx, Bbo. & Co., Baltimore. 



J. C. Cooper, Oxford, N. C. 
Judge K, B. Gilliam, Oxford, N. C. 



N. H. D. WILSON. 



CHARLES E. SHOBER. 



WILSON & SHOBER, 



GREENSBORO', N. C. 
Oollcctions made, and all orders in our line of business promptly attended to. 



F.RAZER'S HOTEL, 

AV/IH. FH^ZEH, I^roprietor. 

Also rnns tlie Hack Line to High Fointi 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LXVII 




M 





I 




Connecting ^Vith. the 



Wilmington i^ Weldon Road at Goldsboro', ^\ €. 



Baleigli & Gaston Road at Raleigli. 



Richmond and Daniilie Railroad at Greensboro. 



Charlotte and Columbia Road at Charlotte. 



@11I©®E 



JOSIAH TURNER, Jr., President. 
JOSEPH ANDERSON, Superintendent. 
WM. A. CALDWELL, Treasurer. 
F. A. STAGG, Secretary. 
S. D. SWAIN, Gen. Ticket Agent 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LXVIII 



GREAT TH 



"I 11 





VIA FAYEHEVILLE AND JONESBORO', 

TO FL ^^ I-. El I csm 

Makins Connectioii daily with. 



And all points North. 



ONLY THIRTY-FIVE MILES OF STAGING 

From Jonesboro' to Page's, 

ON THE NORTH CAROLINA ROAD. 



Daily Boats, for Passengers 

From Fayetteville to Wilmington, 

The ORREL, Jas Orrell, Captain. 

The HALCYON J. K. Daily, Captain. 

The GOV. WORTH, (Iron Steamer,) . . A. P. Hurt, " 

The A. P. HURT, " " .... S. W. Skinner, " 

The NORTH CAROLINA, T. Green, " 

The MARION, K.Phillips, 



LXX ADVERTISEMENTS. 



T ii E 



Seaboard Inland Air Line 




Is Composed of the Following Roads : 

Seaboard & Roanoke, Raleigh & Gaston, Wilming- 
ton ^ Weklon, ]\orth Carolina, Western ]\orth 
Carolina, Charlotte ^ South Carolina, W 11- 
niington and Manchester, ]\orth 
Eastern, and Cheraw & 
Darlington, and 

Coonects alPorlsmouiti with Itie following Steamship lines 

For Boston : 

Boston & Noifolk Steamship Co., end Central Wharf, Boston. Two 
Steamers each week. 

For New* York : 

Old Dominion Steamship Company. Pier 37, North River, New York. 
Five Steamers each week. 

For Philadelphia : 

Annamessic Steamers and Kailroad. Depot of the Philadelphia, Wil- 

mingrton & Baltimore Railroad, Phila. Daily. 
Clyde's Steamers, 14th South Delaware Avenue, Phila. Two steamers 

each week. 

For Baltimore : 

Baltimore Steam Packet Company. Foot of Union Dock, Baltimore. 
Daily. 

IW" This is the only direct line between the Carolinas and points north. 
It is Express in point of speed and safety of freights, being from 40 to 
70 hours in advance of all other lines. 

8t^^ All losses, damages or overcharges promptly adjusted on application 
to J. M. Carrick, Trace Agent, Portsmouth. 

E. G. GHIO, Sup't. Transp'n. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. LXXI 



Atlantic & North Carolina Railroad, 

^ND THE 

North Carolina Grand Trunk Railroad, 

FROM OHA-RLOTTE, 

And all Points on the North Carolina and its 
Connecting Railroads, to the 

SEABOARD AT NEW-BERNE AND MOREHEAD CITY. 



The State owns tliree-fourths of tlie North Carolina Eaikoad, and three-fourths of 
the Atlantic and North Carolina Kaih'oad. This is the 

To its own Seaports, and on its own Road. A six per cent, dividend on this line mil save 
the people from taxation S295,0i per annum. This is the Line to encourage. You get 
dispatch, safety, but one handling, and less Railroad transportation than by any other hue. 
Three-fourths of the profits made on this line go directly into the State Treasury ana 
if encouraged, you wiU soon be reUeved from heavy taxation at least two hundred and 
ninety- five thousand dollars. 

The Raibroads composing the NORTH CAROLINA GRAND TRL^NK RAILWAY 
LINE have recently agreed to unite in a 

GREAT THROUGH LINE ROUTE 

to alllthe Northern Markets, on equal terms and charges, \-ia our own ports to and 
from the North. 

For information about shipping, apply to Messrs, 

WHEDBEE & DICKERSON, Baltimore. 
COCHRAN, RUSSELL & CO., Philadelphia. 

BAKER BROTHERS, Boston. 

MURRAY & FERRIS, Agents for Murray's N. C. Steam- 
ship Line, New York ; and to 

J, V. JORDAN, Freigbt Agent, 

Newbern, N. C. 



LXXII 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




The Great Short Air Line ! 

NORTH J^NT) SOUTH. 

I?OR PASSENGERS AND FREIGHTS, this Line— the old route for Freight and 
^ Travel— for 

TIME, SPEED, SAFETY, CHAAPi\ESS and COMFORT, 

HAS NO COMPETITOR. On this Route you have NO DBLAT. no change of cars, no 
accidents, no losses, with almost as much expedition, in SEALED THROUGH CARS, 
as by Express. 

THROUGH BILLS OF LADNIG GIVEN 

From Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Ports- 
mouth, Norfolk, Richmond and Petersburg, 
To Charlotte, Columbia and all Intermediate Points South. 

Shippers will find it to their interest to have their goods marked 

*'rJA RALEIGH «£ GASTON MAIL ROAD.'* 

The Raleigh & Gaston Railroad makes Through Connections with all Passenger and Freight Trains 

Going North, or South, 
Saving at least Twenty Four Hours in Time over any Other Route ! 

^" Cars loaded at Charlotte go through to Portsmouth or Richmond 

Without Change or Break of Bulk, 

Consequently GOODS and FREIGHTS are handled but once,— at Steamer's Wharf. 

Passenger Trains make close Connection 

AT RALEIGH, with the North Carolina Railroad, and AT WELDON with the Sea- 
board and Roanoke Railroad, Petersburg and Washington Line, and the Annamessic 
Line via Portsmouth and Philadelphia. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. LVII 



BRANSON $c JONES, 

RALEIQH, N. C, 
DE ALERS IN 






I 




AND PUBLISHEKS OF THE 

Nofth Carolina Business Directoiy yoi Oarolina Almanac, 

♦ 

LAW BOOKS 

Of all Classes Furnished at Cheapest Rates. 

SHEET MUSIC. 

A large assortment kept on hand and Rare 
pieces furnished to special order. 

GARDEN SEEDS. 

Of Best Quality alw^ays on hand or sent by 
mail or otherwise. 

SABBATH SCHOOL BOOKS. 

Catechisms, Hymns, Tickets, Primers, Spel- 
lers, Youths' and Children's Libraries, &:c. 

GENERAL BOOK AGENTS. 

Consignments of Second-hand Law Books 
and Miscellaneous Libraries solicited. 

BLANK BOOKS 

Ruled and Bound to Order. 

BOOK BINDING 

Of all kinds done in the Best Style. 



LXXIV ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE 



81ilmiugt0ii|0imial, 



ID^il3^ ^Tid "Wool^ly. 



The Oldest Daily Paper in the State 



DEVOTED TO 



POLITICS AND AGRICULTUHE, 



AND THE 



Advancement of tlie State Grenerally. 



Tor XTLS : 

ONE YEAR, $10 00 

SIX MONTHS, 5 00 

THREE MONTHS, -._--- 3 00 

The Journal is a FIrst-Rate Advertising Medium. 

ENGLEHARD & PRICE, 

JProprietors. 



ADVERTISEMENTS LXXV 



The IndependentPress, 



PUBLISHED AT 



CONCORD, N. C 

By J. O.H. NUTTALL. 



The Press has a large and increasing' c irulation, and presents the 

BEST MEDIUM TO ADVERTISEES, 

IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. 

T mmmm . 

$2.50 for One Year, $1.50 for Six 3Ionths. 

WELDON, N. C, 

PUBLISHED BY 

STONE & UZZELL. 



suBsomr^TiON. 

ONE YEAR $4 00 

SIX MONTHS 2 00 

THREE MONTHS, 1 00 

The NEWS is a^ Excellent Advertising Medium^ 



LXXIV ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Danville Register. 

DANVILLE, VA . 
PUBLISHED WEEKLY AND SEMI-WEEKLY. 

« 

WEEKLY, one year, $3 00 

" six months, 1 50 

SEMI-WEEKLY, one year, 5 00 

" " six months, 3 00 

ABNER ANDERSON, 

Editor and Proprietor. 

Danville Times, 

DANVILLE, VA. 

^, 

PUBLISH^B^r) SEMI-AVEEKLY 

At $5 per Ainium. 
:f^. io o xjHj id iisr , 

Editor and iProprietoi*. 

T. E. EYANS, 

Associate and Local Editor, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. LXXVII 



T li E 



LAND WE LOVE. 

Containing Eighty Pages, 



DEVOTED TO 



Literature, Agriculture and General Intelligence, and 
Containing Reports of Battles, Incidents and an- 
ecdotes of the "War, never before published. 



iB^^r <3-:E:iiST. id. :h:. xhiiIuIL., 

Late of the Soiathern Aviny, 



This is the cheapest Magazine in the South, and it has reached an issue 
of 12,000 copies, monthly, in the first year of its existence. Its circula 
tion embraces all the Territories, and all the States except three of the 
North Eastern. Encouraged by this generous patronage, the proprietors 
are using every exertion to make the Magazine more attractive and more 
useful. The services of some of the most talented writers of the country 
have been secured ; and no article w ill be published, which has not real sub- 
stantial merit. 

The Magazine aims to preserve a 

THE WIT AND HUMOR OF THE 



Published at Charlotte, N. C, by Hill, Irwin & Co. 



TBI=LIVES. 



Three dollars a year in advance. One dollar and a half for six months. 
Specimen copies twenty-five cents each. Subscriptions can be dated back 
if desired. Money should be remitted by check on New York, or Post 
Ofiice money order on Charlotte. If these cannot be had, send^by Express 
or in a Registered Letter. 



LXXVIII 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



THE 





■MM 



^X ^^/. 







STATESYILE, N. 0. 



IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY DY 



E. B. DRAKE & SON, 



At $3 per Annum in Advance. 



The AMERICAN lias a Wide Cii'culation 



Central and Western North Carolina, 



EXTENDING INTO ALL THE 



Soiitliern and Western States, 



AND OFFERS 



li©S©M®t^ 



And others, to advertise in its columns. 



TERMS LIBERA!- 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 



LXXIX 




The several papers heretofore published in Salisbury have been con- 
solidated, and hereafter there will be but one Tri- Weekly, and one Weekly 
paper in the place. 





xi-dAu 



AND THE 



BY HANIS & BEUNEK. 

EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. 

The Weekly, as its name indicates, is a union of the Weekly Watchman 
and the Weekly Old North State. The Watchman is one of the old- 
est and best newspapers in the State, while the Old North State 
has already won for itself a high place among the journals of the country. 
No pains will be spared to make the new weekly one of the best newspa- 
pers in the State. Tt will be much 

iwiAM©®® Awm imwm 

And its typography will be sni-passed by none. The combination will give 
the Old North State, and the Watchman & Old North State, the 

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Nortli Carolina, 

and consequently make them the very best advertising medium in that part 
of the State. 

Connected with them will be one of the 

^B\i:sT cioB \^FncEs in the |0ountky, - 

where every variety of Job Work will be done in the best style, at the 
shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. 

Terms of Subscription. — For the Tri- Weekly paper, cue year, |5 00. 
For the Weekly paper, one year, |3 00. 



LXXX 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE 



EPISCOPAL METHODIST, 

IN TUE INTERESTS OF 

METHODISM, 

BY REV. H. T. HUDSON. 



EDITOK AND PROPRIETOR. 



rjRlCE, $2.50 P:EB ANNU3I. 



--ALSO BY THE SAME- 









PJ 



PI, 



PUBLISHED MONTHLY 



I=>rioo IJ^orty Ooiats 



50 Copies, $10 OO. 100 Copies, $15 00. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. LXXXI 

THE 

Fayetteville News. 

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. 

H. L. & J. H. MYROVER, 

EDITORS AND PROPKIETORS. 

WEEKLY, one year, $3 00 

" six months, 3 00 

.*. 

'FLsK,tGS of -A-cL-vei-tisiiag. 

One Square, (1 inch or less) first insertion, $1 00 

" ^' each subsequent insertion, 6() 

For one year, one square, 15 00 

For six months, " 9 00 

For three months, " ." 6 00 

For quarter column, five squares, three months, 25 00 

For half column, 10 squares, " " 40 00 

For one column, 30 squares, " " 75 00 

20 " twelve " 300 00 

L. ROSENTHAL, 

No, 50, Fayetteville St., 

ZE^-A-HiEiio-xi, isr. o., 

DEALER IN 

'.II mil m^^,^ 
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, 

Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, &c , &c. 

E^" NEW GOODS received every day. Call and Examine them_^ 







LXXXII ADVERTISEMENTS, 



Nortl) Carolina ^nsbjitenan^ 

REV. J. M. SHERWOOD, EDITOR. 



TERMS : —THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. 



Having the Largest Circulation in the State, the Presby- 
terian AFFORDS A 

#vALUABLi: Medium or ^dvkktising. 



AJl Kinds of Job [Printing 

Done with dispatch, and on the most reasonable terms. Particular at- 
tention paid to all Court Blanks, and all kinds of Commercial printing. 
Address 

E«v. J. M. SHERWOOD, 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 



WEEKLY COURIER, 

WARRENTON, N. C. 

I. H. BENNETT, Proprietor. 



TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 

in advance $2.00. 

Advertiaements will be inserted at the following rates : 
One dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each sub- 
sequent insertion ; a square consists of one inch apace or less. 

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 

One column one year $125 00 

" sixmonths 65 00 

" " threemonths 45 OO 

Half column one year 65 00 

" " sixmonths 54 00 

" " threemonths 30 00 

One square •ne yeir 18 00 

" •' sixmonths 10 00 

" " threemonths 7 00 



ADVERTISEMENTS tXXXIir 



THE 



18 THE ONLY 

aVeefelg pa^oni^ iotttttal, 

SOUTH OF BALTIMORE. 



IT CONTAINS EIGHT PAGES OF READING MATTER, AND IS 
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY IN RALEIGH, N. C, 

BY BEST & STME, 

AT THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. 



1 copy one year, 11 50 

5 copies " " 

10 " 

20 " 

50 i; 

^Advertisements inBerted persqimre first insertion, $1 00; subBequent in- 
sertions, 75 cents ; three months 85 00— invariably in advance. 2o per cent, 
off to those advertising a column or more for 12 months 

S^^All communications and letters on busmess should be addressed to 
"Square and Compass," Raleigh, N. C. 



22 00 

40 00 

87 50 

150 00 



NORFOLK VIRGINIAN. 



r 



PUBLISHED BY S. HODGES & COMPANY. 

JAMES BARRON HOPE, EDITOR. 



TERMS. 

ONE YEAR, ^^ 

SIX MONTHS, ^^ 



LXXXIV ADVERTISEMENTS. 



T H E 



luiiriuil 0f Coimiierte, 



HAVING BEEN GREATLY ENLARGED AND OTHERWISE 
IMPROVED, IS NOW ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE ONE OF THE 

LEADING JOURNALS OF THE COUNTRY. 

It is one of the best dailies in the South. It offers the greatest induce- 
ments to the reading public of North Carolina, and should, as it does, com- 
mand their most liberal support. 



TERMS OF THE DAILY. 

The DAILY JOURNAL, in its enlarged form, will be mailed to sub- 
scribers out of the city, or delivered to those in it, at the ver}' low price, 
as follows : 

Twelve months, $8 00 I To Clubs of 10 1 y'r to one P. O. $70 00 

Six months 4 00 | To Clubs of 10 six months, 85 00 

Three months, 2 50 I To Clubs of 5 one year, 35 00 

One month, 1 00 [ To Clubs of 5 six months, 17 50 



C3i,1 



Is surpassed by but few, if any, in the South. It comprises over a hun- 
dred and fifty different fonts of 

^gm awl |a^lil0ialile MjU^ ^t ^^h Wmu, 

In connection with which are constantly kept the best workmen and an 
abundant supply of the best quality of job stock, and the impressions, like 
the Newspaper, are all made on the 

MOST IMPEOVED STEAM POWER PEESSES; 

And in the very best style of the art. Our motto being Dispatch and 
Economy. 

S. D. POOL, Editor and Proprietor. 

New Berne, ISJ". O. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. LXXXV 



giiiljj llBiigj] lute 

-REVIVKD. 

aOLDSBORO', N. C. 

The only DAILY PAPER between Petersburg, Va., and Wilmington, 
N. C, and Raleigh and New Berne. 

Opposed to Military Despotism and Negro Rule. 



The Rough Notes offers great inducements to advertisers. 
Price fO.OO per annum. 

J. A. BONITZ, Publisher. 



WESTERN IeNTKEI 

WINSTON, FOKSYTHE COUNTY, N. C. 

G. M. MATHES, Editor. 
THE SENTINEL IS A GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM AS 

IT CIRCULATES IN ALL THE WESTERN COUNTIES 

OF NORTH CA^nOLINA. 
NATIONAL 

FR[EOM[ll'S SAVING AND TRUST COMPANI, 

Chartered by Siwcial Act of Congress, JIaroh IHUu, 

Bi-anch at Raleigh, Noi*tli Carolina. 
FayetteTille Street, IVo. 39. 

Open every day except Sundays and from 10 A. ]\I. to 4 P. 31., and Satur- 
days until 7 P. M. I)eposits of any amount received from any person. In- 
terest payable semi-annually — January and July. All depositors must sub- 
scribe to the rules and regixlations of the Company. Principal office at 
Washington, D. C. 
For further information apply at this office. 

G. W. iBRODIE, Cashier. 



LXXXVI ' AnVERTISEMEXTS. 



A Good Advertising Medium in Western North Carolina. 

T H F, 

Western Democrat, 

Pt'BLISIiKD AT 

(One of tlie Oldest Newspaiiers in the State.) 

It has a Large and General Oirculation in 

And Adjoining Districts of South Carolina. 
ADVERTISEMENTS ARE SOLICITED, 

Terms for ten lines of brevier type, $1 for one insertion, $5 for one 
month, f 10 for 3 months, $lo for 6 months, f 3o for one year. Keaaonable 
terms will be made for greater space. 

Send advertisements direct to the Editor and Proprietor, at Charlotte 
N. C, (and not through Advertising Agencies.) A copy of the paper con- 
taining advertisements will be sent to each advertiser. 

Terms of Subscription, for one year, thi-ee dollars, in advance. 

W. J. YATES, Editor and Proprietor. 



The Tarboitf Southernei; 

A Family Fireside and Political Newspaper, 

PUBLISHED EVEBY THUIWDAY MOBNINli BY 

Is one of the oldest and largest Journals in North Carolina, and as one of 
the institutions of the Country, and the oi'gan of Edgccomlje County, its 
conductors will strive to direct it in the interest of the State and Country 
at large, and they will spare no pains to make it a fit reptesentative of the 
section from which it emanates. 

The subscription price is three dollars a year ; two dollars for six months 
and must be paid invariably in advance. jVIoip'V may in all cases be sent 
by mail, at the risk of the Publishers. 



ADVERTISEMENTS LXXXVII 



THE SENTINEL, 

Published Daily, Semi-Weekly and Weekly. 

R A. L E I a H , N^. C. 

"WM. E. PELL, Proprietor. 



EDITED BY 



WM. E. PELL and SEATON GALES. 



WM umm 



Daily Sentinel, in advance, per year, $8 00 

" " " G months, 4 00 

Semi-Weekly, " per year, 4 00 

" " " months, 3 00 

Weekly, « " per year, 2 00 

" " G months, 100 



S^'Establislied in 184rl.,^ 



Am 

COTTON FACTOR, 

Wholesale & Retail Grocer, 



AMD dealer in 



IRON, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, CUTLERY, SHOES, 

WWW m^^wB. ^%. 

luW" Special attention is called to IRON of all descriptions, and EDGEE- 
TON'S GENUINE SCOTCH SNUFF, so well known to the pnblic. 
All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for goods. 

No. 5, South Side Market Square, 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



L X XXVIII ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Capital and Assets of the iDsuraoce Companies reprc!>ente<I by the 

indersisrncd is 









Wholesale & Ketail Druggist, and 
^irE AND IliKE #NSUHANCK '^^GENT, 

Fayetteville Street, 

ife© sc^ isJ^ ^ ife <^ i^ffife |) ilM ® (^ • 

REPItESENTS THE 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

Which has 818.000,000 Assets, 

And the following FIRE Insurance Companies: 

Home, New Haven, - - SI. 000.000 I Atlamtic, Brooklyn, - - 300.000 

Security, New York, - - 1.000.000 | Ins. Co. Val. of Va., Winchester, 300.000 

Pheonix, Hartford, - GOO.OOO I Jeffebson, Scottsville, - - 200.000 

Putnam, " - - - 500.000 | Home, of Georgia, Columbus, 350.000 



THE 



axi\ 



€MQlmi ^taiihr!^. 



BY W. W. HOLDEN & SON. 

PUDLISHED TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY IN RALEIGH, N, C. 

The STANDARD is an "unmistakably" loyal Union paper. It is in 
favor of the 

RESTOKATION OF THE UNION, 

So that our people may have permanetly a loyal civil government which 
will protect the lives and property of all, and do jastice to all. 

In addition to its political information, the Standard will contain choice 
reading matter, the latest news of all kinds, the Markets, Sec. 

TERMS. 

TRI-WEEKLY,per year, $6 00 

" six months, ?, 00 

WEEKLY, per year, 3 00 

' ' six months, . 150 

Five copies of the Weekly, one year, $12. Ten copies, one year $23. 
Persons sending clubs of five or more will be entitled to the paper one year 
free of charge. 

No paper in the South has advertising facilities superior to the Standard. 
Letters must be addressed to 

¥. W. HOLDEN & SON, Ealeigh, N. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



LXXXIX 




aEisruinsTE 









Smoking Tobacco, 



MA.IsrXJF^CTUIlEI3 BY 



DURHAMS, N. 0. 



HS^ All Orders promptly Filled. -®^ 



XC ADVERTISEMENTS, 



DR. G. K. BAGBY, 

Office and Eesidenoe on Pollok St., 2 doors west of Post Office, 
ISTEW^BERlSr, N. C. 



Criiifiiiiii lensi, 

OXFORD, N. C. 
DR. SAMUEL A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. 

^a% Macks, pom. (PxfaHl ta J^endei^&an art ike 
Raleigh and G-aston Railroad. 

Jt^ Oxford is a pleaaant summer resort. Good water, a healthy 
ocality, and good Hotel accommodations. 



JULIUS ASHE & CO., 

Middle Street, Between, South Front and Pollok Streets, 



"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



)f) ^^^^^^i.JIL^E^g) 
Boots, Shoes and Hats, 

CJEMTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, 

TRUNKS AND VALISES. 



?f 



T- H,. H^IjIL*, [Proprietor. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XCI 



M. ROSENBAUM, 



Wholesale and retail dealeb in 



CLOIHOG, BOOTS AND SHOES, 



Hats, Trunks, Valises, Notions, Hosiery, 



Ladies' and Gents' Fuinisliini Goods, 

16 Fayetteville Street, 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



DAVIS $( HUNTER, 



WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALERS IN PURE 



urn m MEDICIIES 

DYE-STUFFS, PERFUMERY, PAINTS, OILS, LAMPS, 

West Centre Street, 

a-oiL.iDSBo:FLO% nsr. o. 



XCII 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



^VSTM. S. MOORE, 










£ast Mai'lcet, 



Orooerles, ISTotloias, 

GREENSBORO', N. C. 



MRS. WM. S. MOORE, 

RESIDENT AND PERMANENT 

'4il!il411il Mlllilll 



SILK, STRA^V GOODS, 



Mm <^^m9 



^VELVETS AND t^ADIES ^ANCY ^OODS, 

GREENSBOHO', N. 0. 

TuNSTALL House, 

DANVILLE, Va., 

. ^AKY 0. ^ILLNEK, '^^KOPKIETKICSS. 

This Well-Kiaowii and Fashionable Hotel is always Ready- 
to Extend a Welcome to its Guests. 



J W . PAYNE, 

GREENSBORO', N. C. 
Practices in the Courts of Guilford and Davidson. 

Collections Promptly Attended to. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XCIII 






RALEIGH, N^. O. 

Trial Dockets, Execution Dockets, Appearance 

Dockets, Civil, State and Road Dockets, 
Records, Ledgers, Day, Journal and Cash Books, 
and Bond Books, 



g'miiffs® Ai 



mwmw) 1© ©s®®M. 



Of all descriptions, ruled to any pattei'n, and bound as neat and as cheap 
as can be done anywhere in the United States. Also, 

Music Books, Newspapers, Periodical, Supreme 
Court Reports, and Books of all kinds, 

Bound in any Style and Yery Cheap! 

Docket Paper on hand for sale, or Ruled to Order. 

At Branson & Jones' Bookstore, 

W. C. PETTY «{ CO., 



OF 



(f Doors, &c. -■ ^ai* and 

l^la@ W@@il W@ffl 

Of Everj^ Description. 

BUSH HILL, RANDOLPH COUNTY, 

Two miles from High Point. 
Oi'clexs I=']:-oii.a:ptly .>=!!^tteiac3.eci to. 



XCIV 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SOUTH 111 HOTlIi. 

GBEENSBOBO, N. gC. 

iATELf FITTED mim ©OOD ST¥iE, 
SCALES & BLACK, Proprietors. 

Accommodation Hacks meet all the Passenger Trains. 

T. E. BROWN ^ CO., 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, ^ 

ALSO DEALERS IN 

Sto^""os SLiCLcX stills^ 

MAIN STREET, 

SALISBURY, N. C. 
WALTER A. MONTGOMERV, 

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 

WARRENTON, N. C. 
Collections Promptly Attended to. 

LORD & SMITH, Proprietors, 

T ./^IFL IB O :E=L 0% KT. O 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XCV 






OF HARTFORD, CONN. 

[INCORPORATED 1^4 ] 




W. S. OLMSTEAD, Secretary. 



GUY R. PHELPS, President 



ACCUMULATED ASSETS $20,000,000. 

Dividends Avei-a^e over- 50 Per Cent. 
All Policies Non-Forfcitable for a Stated Amount. 

Assurance can be Effected in any Form. Desired. 

Genex-al Agent for North. Cai-olina. 



MACNAIR ^ OWEN, 



WHOLESALE AND EETAIL 




M 











§ 



Main Street, Ojtposite the Court House, 



TASRIBOTIO', 1>1. C. 



A. H. MAONAIE, M. D. 



JOHN OWEN. 




Attention to the Collecti 



^. ROUNTRF.E& 



CiEXERAL IlEAr.liPS IN 



f @@#®i5 1 



ia»®@sa.f 



W I L