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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 




THE COLLECTION OF 

NORTH CAROLINIANA 

ENDOWED BY 

JOHN SPRUNT HILL 

CLASS OF 1889 



0917.03 
B82 

1869 
C.2 



V • 



00030756254 

FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Ill 



J. B. HUNTER $c CO., 



AND — 

PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Corner High and Water Sts., 

PORTSMOUTH, VA. 

Will sell in the Markets of Norfoll Portsmouth, Liverpool or London 

COTTON, TOBACCO, MYAL STOBES, DRIED FRUIT, 

And all Marketable Produ.ce. 

H^^' Liberal advancements made on actual shipments, and 
personal attention paid to purchase of merchandise. 



'\ 




WILLIAM A. POND & CO., 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 

Flutes, G-nitars, 

Publishers of Music, and Importers of 
Superior IStringsj and Musical Merchandise, 



NO. 547 BROADWAY, N- Y, 

Between the St.Nicholas and Metropolitan Hotels, 

WHERE MAT BE FOUND ACOMPLETE STOCK OP 

SfeMEKICAN AND llOKSIGN SSUSIG. 

Piano Fortes, Melodeons ic Organs 

TO RENT. 



IV 



ADVEETISEMENTS. 



Mie Femilii Mti, 




For Young Ladies, 



» 



In a Retired and Pleasant Portion of the 



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OFFIOEES AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. R. Burwell, Principal, and Instructor in Mental and Moral Phil- 
osophy and Mathematics. 
J. R. BuRWELL, A. M., Chemistry, Nat. Philosophy and An. Languages. 
Prof. A. Baumann, Vocal and Instrumental Music. 
Prof. R. E. Piguet, Drawing, Painting and Modern Languages. 
Mrs. M. a. Burwet>l, Eng. Branches and Superint'd't of Social Duties. 
Mrs. Sallie C. White, English Branches. 
Mrs. Mary Penick, Music on Piano and Guitar. 
Miss Mary Battle, English Branches. 
Miss Ella R. Carson, Music on Piano. 

The Session consists of tivo terms of Twenty Weeks each, the 
one commencing Oct. 1st, and the otJier February 15th. 

J|@°*For Circulars and Catalogues, address 

REV. R. BURWELL & SON, 

Charlotte, J^, C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 






'J 

Opposite Passenger Depot, 

Goldsboro, N. C. 



R. J. GREGORY, Former Propr'r Griswold's Hotel. 

W. W. FREEMAN, Manager. 



House furnished entirely new. Attentive Servants 
attend to passengers at tlie Railroad Cars. 

13 J. ROTTER, 13 

Sycamore St. Sycamore St. 

Opposite Bollingbrook Street, 

DEALER IN 

Domestic & Fancy Dry Goods, 

White Goods, Hosiery and Notions. 

Largest Stock and Cheapest Place in Town ! 



Milliiery Materials, Hats, Biiets, Rililioiis, Laces, 



9 



After the Latest Fashions, at Wholesale and Retail. 



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Call and Convince Yourself I 
Be your own Friend, and Save Money ! 



VIII ADVERTISEMENTS. 



1=^. KI. O-A.HjID'V^EIIL.I-., 

Successor to F. Caldwell S Sons, 

Southeast corner Public Square, 

G-i=tEEisrs:Bo:Fto, nsr. o. 

Invites the attention of buyers to his large and attractive stock of 
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

Irj Ml, Mnn ai Cmierj, Crocierj fare, 

Clocks, Groceries, Drugs and Dye StuflFs, Boots and Shoes, 
Hats, Caps, Umbrellas and Parasols, Woodware, Cordage, Rope and Twine, 
Kerosene Oil, Pocket Lanterns, Lamps, Lamp-Burners and fixtures, 
Toys, Fancy Goods, «S;c., &c.. 

Randolph Sheetings and Yarns always on hand at the 
lowest cash prices. 

Goods on consignment solicited. Charges moderate, and satisfactory 
reference given. 



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Successors to Firth, Son & Co,, 
AND DEALEKS IN 

Sheet-Misic, Misic Bools ail Musical Merclanilise, 

No. 711, BROAD^VAY, 



OLITEK DIT90N 
JOHN C. HATNER. 
CIIAS. H. DITSON, 



ilANOS, ^KGANS AND ^KLODEONS TO ^ET. 



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m lOORSELfi 

Parents, [ducate lour Sons: 

"Teach them that which they will practice when they become men." 



The best and only Security against a Life of Idleness 

IS A Thorough Qualification for Business. 
.^, 

THE BRYANT, STRATTON & SADLER 

'''"^' Bii$itie$$ College, 

jYo. 8 ^f. CHARLES STREET, 

Offers superior facilities for qualifijing ^oung Jie^n for S4ctiuil 
business Pursuits. 




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Our course of study and business practice is the result of many years 
experience, and the best eombi nation of business talent to be found in the 
country. It embraces those subjects only which pertain directl}' to a 
thorouij;h Busines.s Education. They are Book-Keeping, both Single and 
Double Entry, of every description; Commercial Arithmetic, Business 
Correspondence, and 




For the better accommorlatioTi and more rapid advancement of all students, our 
li. course of study is arranged and classified under two distinct heads or departments, 
^/ rendering the whole more attraciive and easier of comprehension. 

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s/ FIRST : W 

INITIATORY. 

In this (lopanment the student commences his studies. Here he receives a knowledge 
of the science of accounts and thorough instruction in Arithmetic, Commercial Calcula- 
tions, Business Correspondence, and the proper forms for commercial and negotiable 
paper. After the completion of this portion of study, he is advanced to the 

PRACTICAL DEPARTMENT. 

Which is a miniature business world — entering at once into Actual Business Practice, 
thereby making a practical application of what he has already learned. 

This subject cannot be fully explained in this small prospectus, as there are so many 
branches and details It will be sufficient for the purpose of general information, to say 
that it is the aim to have this department represent truthfully all the operations of trade 
in our large commercial cities. 

In the Merchandise Department, (our students,) the dealers obtain all their goods 
for wholesale and retail trade, by orders made upon this and the other Colleges of the 
Association, which are promptly filled. 

In the transaction of our foreign business, drafts are forwarded through the banks 
for acceptance, and held by them until maturity, when they are collected and placed to 
the credit of the correspondent. 

Regular settlements are had by the Banks of the different Colleges, and actual re- 
mittances made to balance accounts. 

This course of instruction is invaluable to every one, apart from the popular idea of 
the utility of a thorough understanding of accounts and business forms. 

To the school boy, it inculcates the practice of accuracy in all of his previous ac- 
quirements of learning, and gives that practical finish to his learning that is so important 
for business purposes. 

To those who have a trade or competence, it furnishes an acquaintance with the 
science of business, which is all the more important to them from their being able to use 
it in their neciissary coQunuiiication with others. 

PLAN OF INSTRUCTION. 

By a careful consideration of the necessities which must arise in a school of thiskind, 
in view of the great diversity in the capacities of pupils, it has been practically ascer- 
tained that the only successful plan for giving instruction is by special individual attention. 
In order to meet this important demand, a sufficient number of teachers are constantly 
employed, so that each department is superintended by a competent professor with 
assistants, who devote their personal attention to each pupil. 

By this plan, the absence of a student from study, from one or more sessions, will 
afi"ect no one but himself. He can resume at any time where he may have left oS, and 
advance with his studies as rapidly as his attendance and ability will permit. 

The superiority o{ this method over class instruction only, will be seen at once and 
appreciated by all. 

ENTRANCE. 

Pupils can enter at any time — a convenience which is only secured by our popular 
plan of individual instruction. 

QUALIFICATIONS. 

No particular preparation is required before entering, beyond the rudiments of an 
English Education. Those who are not fully advanced to commence upon our Book 
Keeping course immediately, will receive all the necessary instruction required for pre- 
paration, without extra charge. 

For terms and further information, and College documents, including splendid speci- 
mens of Speucerian Penmanship. (Enclose two red stamps.) xVddress, 

THE BRYANT, STRATTON & SADLER 

BUSINESS COLLEGE, 

Ko. S N. CHARLES STREET, 

Baltimore, M.d. 

L W. H. SADLER, ^ Proprietors 

gl/ J. M. DRYSDALE, J ^ ^^oprietors. ^ 

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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



IX 



PETERSBURa, VA. 

Phil. ¥• Brown, Proprietor^. 




THIS FIRST-OLASS HOTEL: 

IS PLEASANTLY LOCATED, AND 

Convenient to the Trading Part of the Citt/. 

It has long enjoyed the reputation of being the favorite resting place of 

THE TOURIST AND PLEASURE-SEEKER AS WELL AS THE 

OP THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS OP VIRGINIA AND THE CAROLINAS, 
And the present Proprietor promises that every effort will be made on 

his part to extend the same welcome, and provide the same comforts to his 

guests. 

Around Petersburg were fought some of the most bloody battles of the 

late War, Every acre of ground has been made historic by the " Brave 

Deeds op Brave Men." Traces^of the deadly conflict yet remain, and 

can be easily gathered. In a three-hour's ride, " The Crater," Fort 
Mahone, (alias Fort Damnation) and Fokt Steadman, (alias Fort Hell) 
can be visited. 

The Cars of the" (3-reat Short Line South"— via Aquia Creek, 
Richmond and Weldon— stop immediately in front of this House, and it 
has been made the 

Regular Breakfast and Supper Point for Travelers 

GOINO NORTH, 

And Breakfast and Dinner Point for Trains movino- South. 

Ample time and satisfaction guaranteed or no charge will be made. 
To those wishing to visit the 

f @iMfi#©M©mi mat lattlt-f l^lii 

around the City, every facility will be afforded. Good Carriages at mode- 
rate prices, and intelligent guides cau be had by applying at the office. 

A Map of the entrenched lines of both armies, with a statement of the 
seige of Petersburg, — price 25c. — can be had at the Cigar Stand. 



X 



ADVEKTISEMENTS. 



D. G. WORTH. 



N. G. DANIEL. 



WORTH & DANIEL, 

' GENERAL 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

« 

Agents for Hand's New York Steamshtp Line, 

Semi. Weekly, 

And Philadelphia and Southern Mail Steamship Line. 

CAPE FEAR STEAMBOAT LINE OF EIVER BOATS. 



Dealers in Lime, Plaster, Hair, Baugh's Manures, 

ASS miMSS ®W #©AS. 



lPtl@)M 



Corner of Princes and Front Streets^ 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

DEALERS IN 

Stoves fiHoMare, 

Lamps, Lanterns, 

PUMPS, 

Kerosene & Saline Oils, 




House Furnishing 

GOODS. 

Ji^"" Orders solicited and promptly attended to. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XI 



HIT OH OO OI^'S 



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Printed on heavy Music Paper, 4 pages, colored titles, music and words. 
Price 5c. each. The whole 50 mailed for 12.50. 

25. The Passmy Bell. 

26. Take Back The Heart. 



1. Captain Jinks. 

2. Won't You Tell Me Why, 

Robin? 

3. We'd Better Bide A Wee. 

4. Blue Eyes. 

5- Not For Joseph. 
6. Good ' Bye, Sweetheart — 
Good Bye. 

7. I Really Don't Think I 

Shall Marry. 

8. Praise of Tears. 

9. Champagne Charlie. 

10. Skating Rink Polka. 

11. Genevieve Waltz. 

12. Come hither My Baby, — 

My Darling. 

13. The Danish Boy's Whistle. 
14 Little Maggie May. 

15. Maggie's Secret. 

16. His Love Shines Over All- 

Sacred Song. 

17. The Old Cottage Clock. 

18. Silver Chimes. 

19. The Rose of Erin. 

20. Arm-In-Arm. Polka Ma- 

zurka. 

21. She Might Not Suit Your- 

Fancy. 

22. Riding Down Broadway. 

23. Waltzing Down At Long- 

Branch. 

24. Still I'll Love Thee. 



27. See The Conquering Hero 
Comes. 

28. There's a Charm in Spring 
29 Up in a Balloon. 

30. Olympic Scottisch. 

31. Ixion Galop. 

32. Beautiful Bells. 

33- Light of The World. 
Sacred Song. 

34. The Life Boat. 

35. The Rosy Wreath. 

36. 1 Will Not Ask To Press 
That Cheek. 

37. Susan's Story. 

38. Power Of Love. Inst'l 
9. Flying Trapeze. 

40. Belles Of Broadway. 

41. Gems From Orphee. 

Violin and piano. 

42. Gens d'Armes Duett. 

do. .do 

43. Velocipede Johny. 

44. St. Nicholas Gallop.- 

45. The Moonlit Sea. 

46. Perichole's Letter. Inst. 

47. Home, Sweet Home, " 

48. Woodside Waltz & Polka. 

49. Le Sabre de mon Pere. 

50. Call me thine own. 



The above can be obtained at the Music, Book and Periodical Stores, or 
by inclosing the price— FIVE CENTS Ex\CH— to the publisher. Other 
choice selections will rapidly follow. Agents wanted. 

BENJ. W. HITCHCOCK, Publisher, 

Number 98, Spring Street, under St. Nicholas Hotel, 

NEW YORK 








IB. I^- :BI_.ISS db SOINT, 

No. 41, Park Row, and 151 Nassau Street, New York. 

Formerly of Springfield, Mass., 
Importers^ Growers and Dealers in Garden, Field and Flower Seed, Horticultural Im. 

2)lemi)its, and Garden Requisites. 
Would invite the attention of all who are interested in the culture of Flowebb and Vege- 
tables, to their large and well-selected assortment of the above comprising the newest 
and most approved varieties, both of European and home production, the quality and 
utility of M liion can not be surpassed. For a list of these see their 

New Illustrated Seed Catalogue, and Guide to the Flower 
and Kitchen CLarden. 

The Fifteenth Annual Edition, enlarged and improved, contains 182 pages of closely 
printed matter, beautifully illustrated with lOU Engiavings,hn&& descriptive list of 
2500 varieties of J^/oMifr, Vegetable, &n& Agricultural Send, including all the novelties of 
the past season, with explicit directions for their culture ; also a list of 125 varieties of 
French Hybrid Gladiolus, embiacing many new sorts now ofl'ered for the first time in 
this country, with many other Summer- Flowering Bulbs, consisting ol Amaryllis Tube- 
~oses, Tigridias, Lilies, &c. ; with much other useful information upon the subject of 
gardening generally. A copy will be mailed to all applicants upon receipt of Hb cents. Our 
regular customers supplied without charge. 

Bliss's Garden Almanac for 1869. 

Contains 68 pages of closely-printed matter, embracing a jVo?i/7J.vC'a/c?idar of operations, 
and a priced list ol the leading varieties of Garden, Field, and Flower Seeds, with brief 
directions for tneir cultivation. A copy will be mailed to all applicants enclosing a three 
cent stamp. Address as above. 

Collection of Flower Seeds by Mail, 

The following collections have been sent out from ourestablismeut for the past fifteen 
years, and are now favorably known in every section of <he country. They con tian the 
most showy varities in our large assortment, with full directions for their culture, 
Each packet contains a mixture of the difl'ereut colors and varieties of its species, bo 
that a greater display can lie made at a much less price than when ordered in separate 
packets. Those unacquainted with flowers, as well as the experienced cultivator, may 
order without fear of disappointment. 
Jfo. 1 contains Twenty choice varieties of Annuals $1 00 

iVo. 2 Contains Twenty choice varieties of Biennials and Perennials 100 

Jfo. 3 contains Ten extra varieties of Annuals and Perennials, embracing many of 

the new and choicest in cultivation 1 00 

JVo. 4 contains Five very choice varieties, selected from Prize Flowers, ot Eng'ish 
Pansies, German Carnation and Ficotec Pinks, Vtrbenab, Traffants French Asters 

and Double Holhihoclcs 1 DC 

Any one remitting $3 00 will receive the four assortments, postage free 

No. 5 contains Fifteen very select varieties of Greenhouse Seeds $3 PC 

Ni . (> contains One Hundred varieties of Annuals, Biennials, and Perennials, includ- 
ing many new and choice varieties 5 00 

JVo. 7 contains Fifty varieties of Annuals, Biennials, and Perennials 2 50 

jVo. 8 contains Twenty varieties of hardy Annuals, Biennials, and Perennials for 

sowing in Autumn 1 00 

The seeas contained in the above assortments are of our own selection. Purchas- 
ers who prefer to make their selection from the Catalogue will he entitled to a discount 
proportionate to the quantity ordered. 

The following collections are made up in the most liberal manner, care being taken to 
give a sufficient quantity of all the finest varieties and most useful sorts of Vegetables re- 
quired in the Kitchen Garden : 

Assortment No. 5 contains Fifty-flve varieties $3 50 

" " 6 " Thirty-three " 2 00 

" " 7 " Fifteen " 1 00 

The above are prep.ared expressly for sending by m.iil, and will be sent postpaid upon 
receipt of prices annexed. 

For a list of the contents of each collection see Catalogue Address B. K. BLISS & 
SON, 41 Park Bow and 151 Nassau St;, P. O. Box 5T12, N. Y. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. XIII 




GEO. W. DILL. WM. C. WHITFOED. 

WHITFORD, DILL tc CO., 

AND 

No. 5 Craven Street, 

3>Q"Ei^;7v^:B:Eii=Lisr. kt. o. 

. — - — ^ 

Agents for Murray's North Carolina Steamsliip Line, 

ESTABLISHED IN 1865. 

The Shortest and Most Expeditious Eoute West ! 

Connecting with the Atlantic & North Carolina Railroad, and North 

Carolina Railroad, with through tariffs from New York to all pomta 

on the Atlantic A: North Carolina Railroad, and N. C. Railroad, 

West to Charlotte. 

.A.11 Sta.to I_.ino. 



L. FLANAGAN, 



DEALER IN 



ileri id Faici 





Toys, Fruits and French Confectioneries, 

And a general assortment of Small Wares, Notions, &c. 

Variety Store, 42 Market St., between Front and 2nd, 

"VV^ilinin^ton, UST. O. 

A Good Assortment of Fire Works always on Hand. 



XIV ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE 



EDUCATIOSAL SERIES. 



This Series, founded upon the substantial basis of Merit and Economy, 
has attained a deserved success and popularity far in advance of that held by 
any other. It is rapidly winning the award, from educational men of the time, 
of BEST ADAPTATION to the demands of the Public Schools. 

l©If ell© E©ai6f^« 

Have recently added several of the first cities of the country to the long list 
of prominent points where they were before in use, besides numerous towns 
and counties, including about one thousand schools in the State of 
Maryland alone. 

McGUFFEY'S READERS are in use in the Public schools in New York 
City, Annapolis Fredric City, Norfolk, Petersburg, Richmond, Harrisburg, 
Meadville,\Oil City, Wheeling, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati» 
Richmond, Fort Wayne, New Albany, Cogansport, Evansville,! De- 
troit, Milwaukee, Madison, Beloit, Quincy, Jacksonvills, Mattoon, Iowa 
City, Muskatine, Burlington, Frankfort, Paducah, Covington, St. Joseph, St. 
Louis, and thousands of towns and cities over the country at large. 



jjave also rapidly gained in the favor of the educational public, having been 
introduded into many large cities and towns, and several of the best Universi- 
ties and Colleges of the Union. 



ae#*^ ^rammaf® 



Are of wide use and approval, being to-day the almost exclusive text-books on 
Grammar in several of the States. 



S^° Any books of the Eclectic Series, embracing McGupfey's New 
Readers and Spellers, Ray's Arrithmetics, New algebras, and 
Geometry, Pinneo's Grammars and Composition, and Harvey's 
Grammar, will be furnished, iorjrst introduction, in place of other books not 
in satisfactory use, on most favorable terms. 
Address iht PalUshers^ 

WILSON, HINKLE & CO., 

CINCINNATI. OHIO. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XV 



1869. 



1869 




FIRST-CLASS MONTHLY. 

S. R. WELLS, EDITOR, NEW YORK. 



Specially devoted to the " Science of Man," his improvement Mentalli/ 
Morally^ Physically^ and Socially^ by all the means indicaUd by Science. Con- 
tains Phrenology — the location and function of all the Organs — with di- 
rections for restraining and cultivating the Faculties; and Physiognomy 
with all the "Signs of Character, and how to read them;" Ethnology^ 
or the Natural History of Man, with all that is new on this important and 
interesting subject ; Practical Articles on Phi'siology, Diet, Sleep, 
Exercise and the Laws of Life and Health. Portraits, Sketches and 
Biographies of the leading Men and Women of the World are important 
features. Much general and useful information on the leading topics of the 
day is given. 

As a Guide to Parents and Teachers in Educating and Training Children 
this Magazine has no superior, as it paints all peculiarities of Character 
and Disposition, and it is intended to be the most interesting and instruc- 
tive Pictorial Family Magazine published. It is now commencing the 
forty-ninth volume, and has steadily increased in favor and popularity 
during the many years it has been published. 

TERMS. — A New Volume, the 49th, commences with the January 
Number. Published Monthly, in quarto form, at $3 a year, in advance. 
Sample numbers sent by first post, 80 cents, Clubs of ten or more $3 
each per copy, and an extra copy to agent. 

We are now offering the most liberal premiums ever given for clubs fo*^ 
1869. Inclose stamps for list. Address, S. R. WELLS, Publisher'389 
Broadway, New York. 



XVI 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ASA SNYDER, 

Snyder, Bowers & Co. 



inn BICH'D IRBY, 



Late Pres. Petb'g Iron Works' 



N Y D E R 



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Successors to Snyder, JBoivers ^- Co., 
—AND— 

Af clitectiiral Im f irts, 

■ NO. 1000, Carey street, RICHMOND, viRdllA. 

Manufacture Cooking and Heating Stoves, Iron Fronts for Buildings, 
Builders' and Plumbers' Castings, Hollow-Ware, Iron Eailings, &c., &c. 

Agents for Scotch and American Pig Iron, and 

FOUNDRY SUPPLIES. 



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Caldwell County, N. C. 



Spring Term begins Marli 1. Fall Term, July 26tli. 



P"or fm-ther information, send for a circular, addresflD" 



Rev. SAMUEL LANDER, A. M., 

President. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XVII 






IVIamifacturer of 




GRASD k SQUARE PIASOS, 

factories 84 «• 86 C«mdc»t Sireet, and 43 «" 47 J»«?ri-i/ Street, 

Opposite the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Office and Ware Rooms, No. 7, 
North Liberty Street, above Baltimore Street, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 



gtlciri lew icatoPlttMif 

With the Agraffe treble and Ivory Fronts, are pronounced by the 
best Prof essors and Amateurs, to be 

They are fully warranted for five years, with the privilege of exchange 
within 13 months, if not entirely satisfactory to the purchaser. 

i©®@mi-Hsmi »am0ill iailmti ©ff^aii. 

Always on Hand, from $50 to $300 

REFERENCES: (who have our pianos in use,)— Oen. Robert E. 
Lee, Lexington, Va. ; Gen. Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. C; Rev. 0. 
B. Riddick, Kittrell's Springs, N. C; Mafx Strakosch, Director Italian Op- 
era, and Miss Caroline M. Ritchings, of the Ehglish Opera. 
A call is solicited. Terms Liberal. 



J. A. Jones, Agent, Raleigh, N. O. 



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I a Operation since 1853-] 

RICHMOND, VA. 



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PRESENT NUMBER OF PUPILS, 140. 
nN]"0- Of InstruLOtoj-s, 13. 

«i^SP3CiAL ADVANTAGES offered in Modern Languages and Music. 

Buildings containing 48 



French spoken habitually by boarders, 
rooms, located in the most beautiful part of the city. 

|lt^° Reference made to th.^ Bi&hops and Clergy of the Episcopal Church 
in Virginia ; to Faculty of University of Virginia, Military Institute and 
Washington College. 

g^TERMS SAME AS IJT 1860.=^S 

D. LEE POWELL, M. A., 

Principal, 



AND MANUPACTtJRER OP 



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WHOIiESAIiE AND RETAIL, 

And Dealer in Fruits, Fancy Goods, Toys, Segars, &c. 

'No. 133, Sycamore Street, 
I^ E T E :E=L S :]B TJ PR. G- , -^^^. 
Weddings and Parties furnished in the best style. 



JAMES W. HAYES, 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 
ALSO, 

i\nxm, mMt, f avrt, pcm, ^m'sX and all isWm m$, 

No. 70, Maiden Lane, and No. 9, Liberty Street, 

iST El ^;7V" "Y" o :fl 1^ . 



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XX 



ADYERTISEJIENTS. 



WM. S, BATTLE'S 






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ROCKY ISIOXJNT, 
EDGECOMBE COUNTY, N. 0., 



MANUFACTURE 





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These Mills, (burnt during the war,) have been kebuilt, and 

Supplied tvith the Latest and Most Approved Machinery, 



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Are not Snrpassei By any Mills in the Comtry. 



ALSO, OUR 



FLOUB HILLS 

ARE IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION, 
MANUFACTURING, FROM WHEAT OF OUR OWN RAISING, 

FLOUR OF THE BEST AND FINEST GRADES. 

All Orders Promptly Filled 

AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XXI 



1. A. ■elotimm 



CARRIAGE MAKERS, 

Have now on hand a very large stock of 

jntiM nuLo, 




BUaaiES and H^HNESS 
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. 

Particular attention paid to orders. Descriptive Chart and Price List 
Bent per mail upon application. 
Prices as low as North or South, where good work is made. 



Wm. McL. McKay. 



Geo. M. Rose. 



McKay & Rose, 





Fayetteville, IST. O. 

Prompt Attention Given to all, jBusiness 
entrusted to them. 



ooi_.i_.:E3CTio:]Nrs 



MADE IN ALL PARTS OF THE STATE. 



XXII ADVERTISEMENTS. 



"IP" m ^ 'M "E ^PW 



COLLEGE 







W^ ®« ©S^TBMt) ®. ®«D Ww^^Mmm^ 



SCHOOLS OF INSTRUCTION. 



1. METAPHYSICS, RHETORIC AND LOGIC. 

2. MATHEMATICS, PURE AND APPLIED. 

3. ANCIENT LANGUAGES. 

4. NATURAL SCIENCE. 

5. ENGLISH LITERATURE. 

6. MODERN LANGUAGES. 

7. DIVINITY. 



SPECIAL SCHOOLS. 



1. LAW. 

2. COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. 

3. CIVIL ENGINEERING. 



Whole Expense per Session about $100. 

Post Office-" TRINITY," N. C. 

Location: near HIQH POINT, 

On the North Carolina Railroad. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XXIII 



MAPFACTURINi; 

COMPANY. 



MANUFACTURE 





jLMJ/ia 




*?7.^ t^i 



fM\ ^ 




AND OTHER 






f 



Mercliants Supplied 



in Small Pte bb ami 



Oil as Reasonable Terms as in any Noflhern Maiket, 



JNO. A. YOUNG, 

President. 



JNO. WILKES, 

TresaTirer. 



XXIV ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. A. THOMAS. J. M. HOLMES. 

Thomas & Holmes, 



AND DEALERS IN 



Naval Stores, Cottoi, Cjpress Sliniles and StaTes, 

195 Front Street, NEW YORK. 

PIUDteri Ralliaal laii 

■ m EliHHOSl, TA. 

W. U. JtIcF'^lRL,.§JVn, President. J^. JK. tiOJOniJy, Cashier, 

Late Pres. Farmer's Bank of Va. Late Cashier Farmer's Bank of Va. 



This Bank will make collections on all accessible points in the United 
States, and remit promptly. 

The accounts of Banks, Bankers, Merchants and others respectfully 
solicited. 



SUCCESSORS TO 



MANUFACTURERS OF 





I, muis. 

os:isr^^:BXJi=i.os. 

IBILLB mW f lili 
Graham, N. O. 



m 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XXV 



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MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 




PIANO F0BT 



AND THE 

UNRIVALED 



9 




SclmilOfp. 



New ail Secoia-Hanil Pianos of Variois Malers, 



"^'•riS^!^ 



AND UPWARDS. . 
A LARG-E VARIETY; IN EVERY STYLE. 



m 






Has been pronounced by the Greatest Musical Talent the 



Most Thofoughlj Made Inslfumenl now in Ihe Markel 

They will stand any Climate! 
Send for Price List. 

aM. tremai:n'e Sf BRO., 

435 Broome Street, near Broadway, NEW YORK. 



XXVI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHN ARMSTRONG, 

— AND — 

M M MaiilactQrer 

OVER THE NORTH CAROLINA BOOKSTORE, 

IFL .A.nij Ell OH, >T . O- 



TMimE^ B&€MEWS9> 



ma.de to order. 



North Carolina Reports, 



AND OTHER 



BOUND IN SUPERIOR LAW BINDING. 



Missing Numbers of the Reports Supplied. 

Odd Numbers taken in Exchange for Binding. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




if TTISITOKS to the City of New York are informed that they will find Div-ine Service 
I'i * everj- Sunday, in the large Chapel of the University, Washington Square.at 10>i A, M., 
and at 7>a P. M. The evening service in summer is at 8 o'clock, 



immediately north of the New York Hotel, out of Broadway, runs west to Washington 
Square, on the east side of which is the University. The entrance to the church is the 
main door of the University, University Place cars run from the door of the Fifth Ave- 
nue Hotel, to the door of the Church. I'rom the St. Nichols and Metropolitan, take the cars 
corner of Broadway and Broome, leave at Waverley Place, and go west one block. At the 
Astor House take University Place cars, leave at Waverley Place, and go west one block. 
Strangers will find cordial welcome, and polite attention. The Pastor is 



who devotes himself to the spiritual interests of strangers. If any be sick in the City, let 
them address him a note by mail, as •• Pastor of the Church of the Strangers, N. Y.,"'and 
it will reach him. The ladies who compose the " Society of the Sisters of the Stranger." 
procure medical, legal, and spiritual help for strangers in perplexity, distress, or sickness. 
Adilress, " Sisters of the Stranger, " care Rev, Dr. DEEMS, N. Y. 

If yau are coming to New I'ork socn, cut this out and paUe it in your memorandum 
book. 



h 



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IDGOOD 



IjtEORGE 

Wholesale & Retail 



pOOKSELLER, pTATIONER, 

^ND BeALER in 

Pianos, Organs, Music, Sjc, 
No. 1217 Main St,, 

I^CHMOND, VIRGINIA. 

sole Agent foi- Steinway Sons', and Wm. Ejiabe & Go's celebrated Piauo Fortes, 

Guildford Nursery. 



I[ 



[HC^ 



IF YOU WANT 

SEND YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS TO 

G. L. ANTHONY, GREENSBORO, N. 0. 

He will send you a Catalogue and Price List free of charge. 

G. L. AJVTROJVY, 

Bux 77, Greensboro', N. C. 



XXVIII 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WM. HALL & SON, 

543 BROADWAY, 

Between Spring and. Prince Streets, NEW YORK. 

Piii FDrte it Mb M 



MANUFACTURERS OP 



'A«Sii^ Pl/i 



f lit 11, c 



FSllliSllB ©f iHllf MlfSIO, 
Importers and Dealers in all hinds of 

^USIC AND .^USICAL ^DGRCMANDISi:. 
Have just published a New Song Book — 

BY C. G. ALLEN, 

Which has been adopted by the Board of Education, as the 

OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 

J^^ Price 60 cents. Sample copies sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of 
50 cents. 
Liberal discount, to Schools and the Trade. 

WM. HALL §• SOJV. 



'. M:im^i!£j;2Ms&^ 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XXIX 



THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE! 



E'0) J 



Carryine: the U. S. Mail and Ailams Express, 



ni 



&^ 



fy 




Iia TDlJr&CDt HjIzxo to 

hMm itjctimooi Poftsmautlii Sdllimore, P'oila 



ALSO, TO THE 

nSTortla "Wost oLXIcL "V^QSt, 
RALEIGH, CHARLOTTE, COLUMBL\ AND BAY LINE. 

This is a Safe awl Expditiois Roiils for Tliroili Travel. 



TliroTio-la Tickets 



SOUjXD ^a^T 



New Orleans, 

Mobile, 

Montgomery, 

Jacksonville, 

Atlanta. 

Augusta, 

Charleston, 



Columbia, 

Charlotte, 

Concord, 

Salisbury, 

Lexinaton, 

High Point, 

Greensboro', 



Company Shops, 

Hillsboro', 

Raleigh, 

Weldon, 

Petersburg, 

Richmond, 

Portsmouth, 



Baltimore, 
Philadelphia, 
St. Louis, 
Louisville, 
Indianapolis. & 

New York, 



AwB ^0oi ®B 



The comfort of Passengers is consulted. Their baggage checked through 
and duly cared for. Experienced Engineers, prompt an i efficient conductors, 
elegant coaches and gODd water, and the entire management of the Road 



so as to secure a 



Safe, Agreeable and Quick Travel. 



ALBERT JOHXSOX, Superintendent. 



XXX ADVERTISEMENTS. 



INLAND AIE-LINE. 




Is composed of the following Railroads: 

Seaboard ^ Roanoke, Raleigh §• Gaston^ 

Wilmington ^ Weldon, Korth Carolina, 

Western Korth Carolina, Charlotte §- 

South Carolina, Wilmington Sf 

Manchester, Jforth Eastern, 

Cheraw §- Darlington, ' 

^nd Connects at iPortsmoiath. 

With the following Steamship Lines: 

FOR BOSTON. 

Boston & Norfolk Steamship Company, 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 Railroad. Depot of the Phil. Wilmington 
& Baltimore Railroad, Philadelphai, Daily. 

Clyde's Steamers, 14th South Delaware Avenue, Phila. Two Steam- 
ers each week. 

FOR BALTIMORE : 

Baltimore Steam Packet Company. Foot of Union Dock, Balti" 
more. Daily. 

Ji@^ This is the only direct line between the Carolinas and 
points north. It is Express in point of speed and safety of 
freights, heing from forty to seventy hours in advance of all other 
lines. 



All losses, damages or oveixharges promptly adjusted on 
application to J. 31. Carrick, Trace Agent, Portsmouth. 

E. G. GHIO, SujDt. of Trans. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. XXXI 



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Elsta^lDlisliocl ill. 184:4=. 



The Daily Journal, 

The Oldest Daily Paper in the State. 

ESTABLISHED IN 1851. 



DEVOTED TO 



AND THE 

Advancement of the State Generally. 



One Year, - - - $10.00 

Six Months, • - - 5.00 

Three Months, ■ - 3.00 

The Journal is a First-Rate h^wlm Meflimn. 

ENGELHARD & PRICE, 

Proprietors. 



XXXII 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




AXD DEALER IN 



Liiiii!)er, ProTlsioas, Salt, Coal, Naval Stores, 

AND ALL OTHEE KINDS OF 

^IK® A mm lUMlIlilliBEie 
PORTSMOUTH, YA. 



R. H. PATTERSON, 



>A^1 



^ iSJi'J iB^I 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 






W. H. FRIES. 



General Merchandise, 

Agents for Fries' Woolen Cloths and Cotton Yarns. Also, 
Cedae, Falls Sheetings. 



MainiStreet, 



SALEM, JV. a 



BOYDEN HOUSE, 



Board, $8.00 per Day, 

§tO I0KAKGE ^'OK ^MNIBUS %KKZ. 

J. .1. BElL. Supe>^;^teudeut. 'q ^^ Jg J^ Q ^ J^^ PrOp'r. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XXXIII 




W'fiirii, 




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Foreign and American Sheet Music, 

INSTRUCTORS FOR PIANO, VIOLIN, dDITAR, FLUTE, &c., &C. 



SUCH AS 

Violins, Guitars, Banjos, Flutes, Tamboriues, Fifes, 
Bones, <fec., &c. 
deraaii, FrencH and Italian Violin and &nitar Strings or ttie Very Best Quality. 

Jt^Catalogues of Sheet Music and Books sent free on application. 
Music sent by mail, securely wrapped, the expense being only two 
cents for every four ounces. 

g^° All orders, whether large or small, strictly and promptly attended to. 
Address 

Frof. B. F. MAURICE, 

Greensboro, N. C. 



JOS. C. ABBOTT. 



EDWARD CANTWELL* 




liiill 



0irtte 



iailw©llf 
6 at 5i 



— AND— 
Princess Street, 



XXXIV 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



w 



DANIEL L. CLARK, 



.^isriD 





© ^ ® ft ^ 
HIQH POINT, ]Sr. C 



PI. CLiARK is a nativo of Virginia, studied his Art under the 
late immortal T. S. Sulley, of Philadelphia, and flatters himself 
that he heeds no further comment or recommendation than the 
work that has already passed from his easel. He most respectful- 
ly solicits the attention of the public to his wonderful success in 
reproducing to life-size 




Wwmwk Wwmm 



He has a Magnificent Sky-Light Gallery, and is prepared at all times to 
furnish Photographs, Ferreotypes, Ambrotypes, or 



that may be desired, and to the entire satisfaction of those who may 
favor him with their patronage. 
B^° For Terms, &c., address 

B. L. CLARK, 

High Point, N. C. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. XXXV 



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©ilia© lf#« lil^ SF©am®f© §ir©©i, 

r^^^r^'- 1 E. B. Branch, y f^SllEll^WES, ¥^e 

Palmer & Kornegay, 

WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALEBS IN 

Edge Tools, Agricflltnral toplements, Gnns, Pistols, Powder, Slot, 

c5a,Dri-la,g©-:]\d:a,l5Lei-s' lvi:sttei-ia.ls cXxicS. Sto^v-es- 

Manufacturera of Tin, Zinc, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. 
^. n. PaJLJnJER. W^. f. KORJVJBti^V. 

LEWIS WEBB, R. H. ROUNTREE, 

NEWBEBK, N. C. KINSTON, N, C. 

WEBB ^ ROUNTREE, 

GENERAL 

Commission Merchants, 

188 Pearl Street, 

Special attention given to sale of Cotton, Naval Stores and other Southern 
Produce, and purchase of General Merchandise. Liberal advances made 
on Consignments. 



Rountree & Webb, 

8ANKERS& COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

NEWBERJSr, N. C. 

Dealers in Gold and Silver, Uncurrent Money, Government and other SecurltlfiS. 



XXXVI 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E. W. ADAMS, A. M., President, 



(Successor to S. B. Kahnweiler.) 

gnmj m\A staple ^ 










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iiitmiit liiiiiiMt 



Calicos, 

Ginghams, 
W* i; 'z,' Di'css Goods, 

White Goods, 
■^ .a Hosiery, 

Ribbons, 
Flowers, 



Cottons. 

FJanneis, 

Pants Stuffs, 
Fancy Goods, 
Trimmings, 
Motions, dec, 
Laces, 



Velvets, Illusions, Crapes, 

<&:c., cfirc. 

Trlmmeil and Untrimmed Hais and Eonnetsiade to Order. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. XXXVII 



THOMAS R. MOORE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 
No. 115 SYCAMORE STREET, 



G. SOHIRMER, 

(Successor to Beer & Schirmer,) 

Foreign & American Music, 

Depot of Erard's Grand and Cottage Pianos, 
No. 701 Broadivay, NEW YOUK. 

FULTON HOUSE^ 

{FOBMEBLY PABKEB,) 

FRONT STREET, 

BETWEEN MABKET AND PBINCESS STBEETS, 



J. W. DOYAL, PROPRIETOR. 

Board per Day^ . - - $3.00 



XXXVIII 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



O. O. PUGH & CO., 



m©mmB smw 



Commission Merchants, 

Under the Odd JFeUows' Hall, 



C. C. PUGH. 



W. J. PUGH. 



H. C. LUCE, 54 WaU St. C &0DDAE1), New Yorl[. E. WILKES, Nortli Carolina. 

11ies« Liee & io®. 




IRON STATION, LINCOLN CO., F. 0. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Cold Blast Charcoal Pig Iron, 

AT REHOBOTH, VESUVIUS, AND STOTEWALL BLAST FURNACES, 

Eehoboth and Mountain Creek Forges, Aslo of 
HOLLOW WARE AND OTHER CASTINGS. 

IIi;^Rehoboth Furnace, 2i miles from Iron Station. Vesuvius Furnace, 
five miles from Iron Station. Stonewell Fnrnace, 7 miles. 

Ores used are Magnetic and Red Hermatite mixed. All the Furnaces 
are run with Cold Blast. The Iron is sought after by the makers of Car 
Wheels, and for making Steel. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XXXIX 



H^IANOS. 



MKGANS. 



Music Publisher, 




VERY CHEAP AND FULLY WARRANTED. 

Orders Filled hy Mail. 

7^7 Broadway, New York. 



# 



ELODEONS. 



^Instruments. 



Mansion House, 



sall^fem^f 



? 



« ^^ti 



Connected with the Establishment for the Stock of those 

nmim by private conveyance. 



ROWZEE & WHITE, 

Proprietors. 



XL ADVERTISEMENTS. 



^■«7 «^B^^^ 



PAIiT Ai COLOB mWl 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



ill© leai I line Pamte, 



—AND— 









talic Pit. 



ROBERT REYNOLDS, 

Secretary. 

74 Maiden Lane, mW ¥©im 



Factory, 22nd St. 3rd Avenue, South Brooklyn, 







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[wmmmf> 

NOW SUCCESSFULLY RUNNING 

From Salisbury to Morganton, 

A distance of 78 miles, through one of the most 

Beaitifil ai Fictilespe Porlions of tie State. 



Salisbury, 

Tank, 6 

Third Creek, ". .. .13 

Statesville, 25 

Platts, 30 



Catawba, 38 

Newton, 50 

Hickory Tavern, 60 

Icord, 70 

Morganton, 78 



The Road connects at Salisbury with through trains on 
the North Carolina Railroad, and at Statesville with the 
Atlantic, Tennessee & Ohio Railroad. 



The Road is nearly completed beyond Morganton, 
60 miles to Asheville, through a magnificent country. 

S. McD. TATE, Sup't, 

INIorganton, N. C. 



THE 



Daily and Weekly 

STANDARD, 

A Political and Family Newspaper, 



The Standard is equalled by no paper in the State 
ill the amount and variety of its reading matter. 

The Daily contains the latest news from all parts of 
the World, and gives a faithful transcript of the subjects of 

the day. 

The Weekly contains TWENTY-EIGHT COLUMNS 
OF READING MATTER, on Political, Agricultural and 
Literary subjects. 

The NEWS department contains a full summary of all the 
interesting events of the week. It is a paper suited to eve- 
ry class of readers, and is unequaled' as a Family Paper. 

Tie StaMaril is eipliatlcally tie People's Joirial. 

As an Advertising Medium, it is the best" in the State, 
having the largest circulation of any paper published 
in North Carolina. 
It has also the finest and most complete Job Office and 
Bookbindery in the State. 



"Rates of Snbscription. 

Daily P..per. one ye«r, $10 00 I Weekly Paper, one year f 3 00 

" six months. 6 00 " " 8 copies, 1 year, 12 00 

" one month, 1 00 | " "10 " " 22 00 

jTg' To those who get up clubs of five or more Bubscribers, one copy gratis, will be 

furnished. 



Hates of .Advertising. 

)ne inch apace to constitute a square. One square, one 
t insertion, 50c. Liberal deductions by special contract 

Office on Favetteville Street, Raleigh, N. C. 



Ten lines of one inch apace to constitute a square. One square, one insertion, 11. 
Eacli subsequent inserUon, 50c. Liberal deductions by special contract to large adver- 
tisers 



DAVIDSON COLLEGE, 

MecileiliiirE Comty, North Caroliia. 

fwemty Miles lf@st& ®t ©feaElette. 



Under the Direction of the Presbyterian Church in 
North Carolina. 



W^ The College is amply endowed ; has large Libraries : 
extensive School Apparatus for illustrating the Sciences ; 
and has elegant buildings costing near one hundred thou- 
sand dollars. 



I5^.A.OXJI_.T^Sr. 



REV. G. WILSON McPIIAIL, D. D., L. L. D., 

President and Professor Mental and Moral Philosophy. 

J. R. BLAKE, M. A., 
Chambers. Prof. Nat. Philosophy, Chemistry and Geology. 

W. G. RICHARDSON, M. A., 
Professor of Ancient Languages. 

REV. J. M. ANDERSON, M. A., 

Troy, Professor of Ancient Language and Literature. 

REV. CHARLES PHILLIPS, D. D., 
Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy. 

£^" For Catalogues, address the President at "Davidson College." 




^^^<S. »i©Ci,jj^^ 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

73 Maiden Lane, N.! Y. 




Coljiliones Hoofing, Canvass Roofing^ Roofing Faint, 
Roofing Felt, Roofing Fitch, Black Metallic Varnish. 



Patent Canvas Roofing 

The Canvas Roofing is adaptgd to buildings of every description, in all climates, and 
can be applied to steep or flat roofs, or over old Sblntrle Boofa, without removing the 
■shingles. We reconiend its use ou Factories, Foundries, Store-houses, Cotton Sheds, Rail- 
road Depots, and upon all buildings where steam is used and a J'ire-proof Roof required. 

The foundation of the Canvas Hoofing is a heavy Cotton canvass, which is completely 
saturated and coated on both sides with our improved Water-proof Composition, which ex- 
cludes moisture and prevents rot .• 

The upper surface of the Roofing is protected from action of the weather by covering it 
with the ground minneral Isinglass or Mica, which is pressed into the Water-proof Com- 
position, making a hard surface of stone, beautiful in appearance, and a sure protection 
igainst nre. The Mica being a reflector and non-conductor of heat, no Roof is so cool in 
Humm«r. 

The Canvas Roofing is made in sheets containing a surft'ace of 250 square feet in each 
sheet. The sheets of Roofing are roUed into compact rcjUs, and boxed for shipiiiug. This 
Rooting hag only to be nailed to the roof to make a durable Fire and Water-proof Roof. 

Patent Rooflng^ Paint. 

This Paint has been in extensive use for over twelve years, and it is the best coating that 
can be used for Tin Roofing. Leaky Tin Roofs can be readily repaired to last many years 
at a trifling expense, that will in many cases, save tlie expense of a new Tin Roof. 

Roofing Paint mixed ready for use, so that in can be put ou with the ordinary paint brush. 
Price, $4U per barrel of 40 gallons, Directions for repairing roofs with this paint will be 
sent with each shipment. 

Felt, Cement and Gravel Roofing Tarred Felt Paper, Roofing Pitch. 

We have recently enlarged our works, and are prepared to offer our old Customers and 
Roofers generally, superior inducements in the way of Prices. 

All the Felt and Pitch sold by us will be of the best quahty known to the trade, and care 
will be taken to have goods shiped in good order. 

We art^ also ready to furnish Roofing Gravel by Ton or Oargo, and shall keep ou hand a 
stock of Dry Felt for parties wishing to tar their own paper. 

C'olphones Cement — For Stopping Leaks around Chimneys, Windows, Gut- 
ters, Skylights, and Shingle Roof. 

The Colphones Cement is put up in packages of from one to five gallons, price ?1 50 per 
gallon. 

Leaks around Chimneys, Windows, &c., maybe permanently cured by the use of this 
vJement. It can be applied with the ordinary trowel, or any flat piece of metal. 

Shingle Roofs that leak may be made perfectly water-tight by filing the places where the 
shingles have drawn a part with the Colphones Cement; and if tlie shingles are old paint the 
•utire roof with the roofing paint. 

We want good responsible agents in all places ; with such we will make hheral ar- 
rangements for the sale of our goods. 



JOHN D. LOVE 




!J 'Ji-fB 



No. 6, North Front Street, 

SCHOOL BOOKS, 

School M Office Slatiooery, 

SS®GS%S AHffi@98 S0©BS, 



Fancy Articles, &c., &c. 



THE POST, 

Daily and Weekly. 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 

A REPUBLICA]^ NEWSPAPER, 

SUITED TO THE MASSES, 
Containing the Latest Political and Secular News. 



DAILY, per annum, - - - $8 00 

WEEKLY, " - - - - 3 GO 



fijj; ^otiiiil 



Published at the Capital of the State, 

DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY and WEEKLY. 
]^UW ARRANQEMENT. 

The Raleigh Sentinel, . having passed under the editorial manage- 
ment of the undersigned, it will, from the present date, be conducted 
by him. . . , 

It will be the zealous and fearless advocate of the Constitution of the 
United Statei, seeking to bring the people back to their ancient rever- 
ence for that immortal instrument, and to restore the policy of the 
country to that honored standard, as the only guarantee of National 
prosperity. 

It will do justice to the men and measures of the present day, when- 
ever they merit it, but it will unsparingly lash and denounce all who set 
themselves up in opposition to the Federal Constitution, and hold up to 
the public indignation corruption and imbecility in high places. 

It will ardently seek the promotion of the best interests of North 
Carolina — moral, educational, material and political. 



Tie Latest News froi Every Qnarter, 

Both by mail and telegraph, will be carefully collated and presented. 
Full an J correct market and financial reports will be g,ven. And, in 
one word, no effort will be spared to make the SENTINEL, in all res- 
pects, a reliable 



T El 1=1. is/i: s , 



Semi-Weekly, 6 mos. 

3 " 
Weekly, 12 months, 

6 

1 



3 00 

1 50 
?> 00 

2 00 

1 00 



Daily, 12 months, $10 00 

" 6 " 5 00 

" 3 " 3 00 

" 3 " 1 00 

Semi- Weekly, 12 months, 5 00 
The Sentinel has already the largest subscription in the State, and 
as its columns and circulation attest, it is an unsurpassed medium for 
advertising. The friends of the paper, and of the cause it advocates are 
earnestly solicited to aid in its further circulation. 

tST Job Printing of all kinds executed neatly and promptly. 
All letters should be addressed to 

JOSIAH TURNER, JR., Editor. 



J. BROWN, 

—WITH— 

Hart & Lewis, 



RALEIGH, N, C. 



NEWBEM, N. C. 



44, Fa.yettteville St- II Middle St. 

Miscfillaieflis Miinn, 




WOOD AND HOLLOW WIRE, 



Blass and Clima Ware, 

Ifon, Steel, Hoop Iron, 

Buggy and Carriage Materials, 

Biiililers' Materials, 

NAILS, 

Eladcsmitli, Carpenter &Otlier Tools, 

Broad and Chopping Axes, Win- 
dow Glass, Paints, kc. 



Plated Castors, Spoons and Forks, 



^f 



V.IRIOVS P.tTTMSRjyS, 



Heating, Office, and Parlor Stoves, 

Faixiily GrX'oceries, 

IiEHnps, Chimneys, Wicks and Kerosene Oil, Lanterns and Candlesticks, Guns and Pistols 
Shot, Caps and Cartridges. Also, 

Manufacturers of Tin- Ware and Sheet-Iron. 



]. c. 



R. E. PETTY, 



]. D. HEWSOM. 



Primrose, Petty & Newsom, 



WHOI ESxVLE AKD RETAIL 



nB^iiLKRH ijyr 



^©mrsiair ^ ii®ia:s'STi© 



ET'^ 



i 

HATS, SHOES Al BOOTS. 



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iw\mt Allention Givei to Orders. =» 



iMo. 20, Fayetteville Street, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XLI 



The Most Successful and Prospeious Life Insurance Co< 

In America, and perhaps in the World, 

IS THE 





Of tie Uiitei States of Aierlca. 




It was chartered by a special Act of 
Congress with a capital of One Mil- 
lion Dollars, which was subscribed 
and paid in cash on the 25th of August, 
1868. On the first day of Maich last, it 
had issued 3582 Policies amounting to 
over 810,000,000, and the receipts for 
premiums exceeded 8350,000. 

Tie Cost or Insurance is rednced to Uie Lowest Mini 
imnm Casn Rate, 

which is so far below the cost of a Policy 
in any company that can afford to loan a 
part of the premium, that none but first 
class risks are taken- -consequently only 
TWO losses, amounting to $3,000 have 
occurred since the Company was oirgan- 
ized. There are several 

It© ^©atms©® 

in this Company. One, very popular, is the RETURN OF PREMIUM 
The policy being increased annually, the amount paid by the policy-holder 

The Income Producing Policy secures to the policy-holder one tenth the 
face of the policy, as long as he lives after ten years. 

From present indications it is thought that 10,000 policies will be issued 
the first year. 

The Mutual Life of New York is regarded as the largest Company in the 
world. It issued but 470 Policies the first y^ar, and but 2843 its twentieth 
year, this latter being 600 less than the National issued the first seven 
months. 

|^"Reliable agents wanted throughout the State, to whom liberal com- 
missions will be paid. 

JAY, COOKE & CO, Gen. Agents 

For Southern States, 

Washington, D. C. 

Db- C. E. JOHNSON, ) p. F. PESCUD, Gkn. Agbnt, 

Med. Ex. and Referee. J For North Carolina, 

Raleigh, N. C. 

^-^t^ 

1^" It Is BuppoBcd that 

I*.F. PESCUD, General Insurance Agent, Raleigh, 

*Sn^^® I-AKGKST FIKE IHSUEANCE BUSINESS in North CaroUna. He rcpreBents 
*A»,U0O,000 capital in the companies for which he is agent He insures every description of 
P**"^ S"* P*^'^"** property, at very low rates, and wants agents for every county. 

4*" Send your applications to P. F. Pescud, Gen. lasuranco Agent, Raleigh. 

> 

J». J'. p£SCUJO if SOjy, BaMg-h, conduct one of the handsomest and most suc- 
cessful />f-«s- sror« in North CaroUna. They sell very low, keep pure articles, and try 
^o be very accommodating. Patronize them and you wlU not regret it. 



XLII ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DR. LAWRENCE'S 

WOMAN'S FRIEND. 

A SAFE AND RELIABLE BEMEDY FOR ALL DISEASES 

PECULIAR TO FEMALES. 

SUCH AS 
I4EUCHOEEHOEA, OR WHITES ; PROLAPSUS UTERI, OR 
FALLING OF THE WOMB; IRREGULAR, PAINFUL 
OR SUPPRESSED MENSTRUATION; PAIN IN 
THE BACK ; NERVOUS, WAKEFUL- 
NESS, WEAKNESS, &C. &C. 

13^ Dedicated to the Ladies of America, for whose benefit it was de- 
signed, and whose happiness it will promote, by the discoverer, JOS. J 
LAWRENCE, M. D. 



TO PHYSICIANS. 

The articles of which the WOMAN'S FRIEND is compounded are 
published around each bottle, and it is believed to be the 

Best Uterine Tonic and Alterative yet Discovered. 

j^^ It is a valuable and reliable agent in all Derangements of the Re- 
productive Organs, and in Hysteria, Nervous Headache, Spinal Irritation, 
&c. 

J. H. BAKER 5& 00. 

Wholesale Agents. 
NO. 4 MAINE STREET NORFOTL.K VA. 

To whom all orders must be addressed. 

FOK SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. XLIII 





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Sessions open the 15th of Febuary, and the 8th of October. 

The establishment is complete in all its arrangements, and every com- 
fort will be experienced by those boarding in the Institution, which can 
be found in the most refined private families. Boarders will be, in every 
particular, part of the family of the Principal. 

The object of the Principal is to educate thoroughly those entrusted to 
his care. 

None but the best taachers are employed. 

In the Institution- 

Wilmiltoi las a Deli£lilfil Climate M MmWi 



Board, per session, including fuel and lights, - - $120 00 

Tuition, Primary Department, per session, - - - 25 00 

" Senior Department, including French, per session, - 60 00 
" Each of the languages, Latin, Greek, German, Italian and 

Spanish, ...... 20 00 

" Drawing, - - - - - - 15 00 

" Painting, Water Colors, - - - - 20 00 

" "Oil 80 00 

" Music on Piano, - - - - - 40 OO 

Harp, - - ... 50 00 

" " Guitar, - - - . - 40 00 

*' Use of each Instrument, - - - - 5 00 

" Vocal Music, . - . - - 40 00 

" Dancing — 25 lessons, - - . . 15 00 

Fuel for School Rooms, .... . 2 00 

Pens and Ink, - .... ... 50 

Washing at Laundress' charge, abount' - - - 12 50 
Plain and Ornamental Needle Work taught at an extra charge. 

No deduction for absence or withdrawal before the expiration of a ses- 
sion, except for dismissal or serious illness. 

These charges will be required to be paid invariably in advance. 
All communications should be addressed to 

Mrs. Robert Ransom. 

PRINCIPAL. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XLV 




81 Maiden Lane, New York. 



Our Roofing is adapted to buildinga of all discriptions, and in all cli- 
matea, and can be applied to steep or flat roofs, old or new, and by ordin- 

any workmen, at a trifling expence. 

Its superior method of construction, uniformity of quality, completeness 
of finish, facility of application, cheapness and durability, justify us in re- 
commending this Roofing, as combining more merits and fewer faults than 
any other hind of roofing now in use. 

It unites the best Water-proof Composition with the best Water-proof 
Fabric in the best manner, (secure J by pattent,) and at the lowest price to 
the consumer. 

Our Roofing is not injured by heat or cold, nor shrinking of roof boards, 
and can be applied to old shingle roofs without removing the shingles, but 
it is better to have them taken off and then place it directly on the boards, 
which must be laid close together. 

DIRECTIONS yOR USE. 

Sweep the roof clean. If there are any large holes or cracks in the tin, 
have them soldered tight, then apply the Paint over the whole surface, 
nseing a large brush with a long handle. A common white brush will an- 
swer every purpose. One coat is sufficient, but when two are desired let 
the first have three or four days to set and harden before applying the 
second coat. One gallon will cover two hundred square feet, 



READY ROOFIN& COMPANY, 

81 Maiden Lane, NEW YORK. 



XLVI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Shipping Mercliants, 



"fe® 



THE PLAfflDEALER, 

Published by 0, S. McDaniel, 

Subscription Price, Three Dollars per Annum 



A. Groocl Advertising Mediiam. 



Tlie Wilmington Post, 

Daily and Weekly. 
Piablisliecl by J. C. Mann, 

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. XLYII 



;aigli Rational EaM 



CHARLES DEWEY, FresldeuL 
W. H. WiLLARD, Geo. W. SwEPsOiSr, 

W. J. Hawkins, A. S. MERRiMoisr, 

R. S. Tucker, R. W. Pulliam, 



P. A. Wiley, CnsJder. John C. Blake, Teller: 

—-»-» ' 

Jg@^Deals ill Exchange, Sight Drafts, Gold and Silver Coin, 
and Government and other Securities. 
Uncurrent Bank Notes bought anu . old. 

THE 

Friend of Temperance, 

A f eetly Family aiifl Temperance New spaper, 

And 

The Official Ofgan of tlie Ffiends of Temperaoce, 

PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. 

One Copy one year (in advance) $ 2 00 

" " Six months - . - . . . . i 00 

" " three months .._.... 75 

CLUB RATES: 

A Club of ten, (each $ 1.75) -...-.- 17 50 

" " twenty (each $ 1.50) 30 00 

A Copy gratis wiU be sent to the getter up of the Club. 

Address, 

R. H. WAITAKER Editor, 

Raleigh, N. C. 



XLVIII 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Factory, Brooklyn, L. I. 

Office, 111 Fulton Street, Jfew York, 

HOW SHALL WE PAINT OUR HOUSES? 



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For Painting Exteriors and Interiort of 



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These paints require only to be thined with Raw or Boiled Linseed Oil 
or Turpentine to make them ready for use. The list includes forty shades 
and tints, comprising all the colors suitable for painting. In durability and 
permanency of color they will be found superior in every respect to pure 
White Lead, while they cost (considering the quantity required) only about 
half as much. . 

Sample Cards, with a descriptive pamphlet, sent free by maU. Be sure 
you get the genuine " RAIL ROAD" Colors, every package of which 
bears our full name, in addition to our copy-righted title, " Railroad 
Paints and Rairoad Colors." None are reliable which do not bear 

We would call attention, also, to our Warranted Perfectly Pure 
Combination White Lead, which for economy and durability, is the 
best in market. For sale by all Paint Dealers throughout the country, 
or MASURY & WHITON, HI Fulton Street, N. Y. 

Proprietors of the Globe White Lead, and Color Works, Manufacturers of 
White Lead, Zinc, and Painters' Fine Colors. 

N, B. — " How Shall we Paint." A popular treatise on the art of House 
Painting, &c., by John W. Masury, Cloth, 216 pages, $1 50. Also " Hints 
on House Painting." Cloth, 84 pages, 40 cents. Either of the above sent 
free, by mail, on receipt of price. 




The Great Short Air Line! 

KOETH ANB lOPf H. 

FOR PASSENGERS AND FREIGHTS, this line— the old route for Freight and 
travel— for 

TIME, SPEED, SAFETY, CHEAPi^ESS and COMFORT, 

HAS NO COMPETITOR. On this route you have NO DELAY, no change of cars, no 
accidents, no losses, with almost as much expedition, in SEx\LED THROUGH CRAS, 
as by Express. 

THROUGH BILLS OF FREIGHT GIVEN. 

From Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, 

Portsmouth, Norfolk, Kichmond and 
Petersburg, to Charlotte, Columbia, and all inter- 
mediate Points South. 

Shippers will find it to their interest to have their goods marked 

'* riA RALEIGH a) GASTON RAIL ROAD.'' 

The Meigh k Gaston Railroad makes Through Connections V/ith all Passenger and Freight Trains 

Saving at least Twenty-Four Hours in Time over any Other Route ! 

^g" Cars loaded at Charlotte go through to Pourtsmout or Richmond 

Without Change or Break of Bulk, 

Consequently GOODS and FREIGHTS are handled but once at Steamers' Wharf : 

Passenger Trains make close Oonnections 

AT RALEIGH, with the North Carolina Railroad, and at WELDON with the Seaboard 
and Roanoke Kai road, Petersburg and Washington Line, and the Annamessic Line via. 
Pourtsmouth and Philadelphia. 










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FOJEt 1869, 

REVISED AND CORRECTED ANNUALLY. 



_7?M accitrafe Icnozuledg'e of J^ames and Locations, 
^ring's J\£en nearer tog-ether, and quiokens trade. 



IlA.LEiaH: 

J. A. JOJ^ES, PUBLISHER, 

(SUOCEBSOB TO BEANSON FABBA* & Co.,) 

No. 15, Fayetteville Street. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1867, in the Clerk's OflBce of the District 
Court of the United States, for the Pamlico District of North Carolina. 



NiCHOi^ & OoBMAN. Print 



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FEATEENAL. 



This Book will do you good. 

Don't read it, but keep it by you, and 7'efer to it frequently. 

This work contains much that you never knew. Our State 
is rich ; you should know it : look at the records within. 

There are eighty-nine counties in the State, over ttao hun- 
dred Mines, and forty Cotton Factories, employing nearly three 
million dollars of capital. Look at page 181. 

All the Counties use the Directory. Hundreds of copies are 
used in the North and "West. See how the emigrants begin 
to come.^ From the Directory they get information in detail, _ 

They examine the records — they see our natural wealth — 
they come — they huy^ and North Carolina is richer. 

See the 197th page — how we read. Over 2,300 promin'ent 
farmers are reported this year. Also, an alphabetical list of 
Post Offices, and a thousand other things not given last year. 

The Directory is now a fixed necessity. To make this 
Book profitable to you, select carefully such names as seem 
favorable and direct your letters or circulars to them. Fre- 
quent communication hrings us nearer together — enlivens trade 
life, and increases the socialities of commercial intercourse. 

Our Correspondents and Agents in all the counties will accept 

our thanks for prompt and valuable services. 

(\ A number of gentlemen in Official positions have kindly given 

^ us much useful information. 

v> J. A. JONES, Publisher. 

^ L. Branson, Genercd Agent. 



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INDEX. 



INDEX TO COUNTIES. 



The Counties are given alphabetically, see head lines over the pages, _ 

Abbbeviations.— Bap. Baptist; Epis. Episcopal; Meth. MethoOist; Chris. Christian; Prea. Presby - 
terian; Asso. Ret'. Associate Reform; Cath. Catholic; N. North; S. South; E. East; W. West; Col 
Colored; St. Street; Pres. President; Cl'k Clerk; G. S. General Stock; Liq. Liquors; Co. County or 
Company; Com. Mch't. Commission Merchant; Luth. Lutheran; Qer, Ref. German Reform; Cor. 
Coroner; Bet. Between; Ft. Front. The others used are so palpable as not to need explanation. 



1. County Officers. 


8. Ministers. 


2. City and Town Officers. 


9. Mines. 


3. Churches and Pastors. 


10. Mills and Owners. 


4. Hotels and Boarding Houses. 


11. Physicians. 


5. Lawyers. 


12. Post Offices and Post Masters 


6. Manufactories. 


13. Schools, 


7. Merchants. 


14. Prominent Farmers. 


1^* The Classes are arranged in the above order under each County. 



INDEX TO GENEEAL DIEEOTOET. 



Agricultural Societies 1 73 

Auxiliary Bible Societies 174 

Banks— National 177 

Banks — not National 177 

Brokers 177 

Board of Education 177 

Board of Internal Improvement. ... 177 

Battles 214 

Colporteurs 178 

Congress— Forty-First 188 

Courts — Superior 178 

Court— Supreme of N. C 180 

Courts, Superior, Judges of 180 

Court, U. S. Circuit 180 

Courts, U. S. District for N. C 180 

Court, U. S. Supreme 182 

Colleges— Male and Female 177 

Comparative View of Classes 198 

Cemeteries (United States) 201 

Cemeteries (Confederate) 201 

Factories (Cotton and Woolen) 181 

Factories — Miscellaneous 185 

Forts 183 

General Assembly of N. C 201 

Governors of North Carolina 182 

Government of North Carolina 182 

Legal Interest in the States 185 

Medical Society of North Carolina. 215 

Masonic Lodges and Officers 202 

Newspapers in North Carolina 206 

Number of Pounds to the Bushel. . . 205 

Officers of Grand Lodge 205 

Post Offices— Alphabetical 190 

Public Libraries in'North Carolina. . 197 

Returns of Election 1868 186 

Eates of Postage 201 



Representatives of States in Congress 200 
Recapitulation of North Carolina. . . 216 

Scale of Depreciation 201 

Solicitors in North Carolina 180 

Temperance Councils 214 

Valuation of Land Average 215 

Railroads. 
Atlantic and North Carolina R. R. . . 208 
Atlantic, Tennessee and Ohio R. R. 208 

Chatham Rail Road 208 

Charlotte and South Carolina R. R., 208 

Eastern and Western Rail Road 212 

Edenton and Suffolk Rail RoaJ .... 212 

Petersburg and Wei don R. R 208 

Tarboro' Branch Rail Road 209 

North Carolina Rail Road 209 

North Western N. C. R. R 212 

Raleigh and Gaston Rail Road 209 

Seaboard and Roanoke R. R 210 

Wilmington Char, and Ruth. E. R.. 210 

Piedmont Rail Road 210 

Wilmington and Weldon R. R 210 

Wilmington and Manchester R. R. . 211 

Rail Road Bridge Company 211 

Western Rail Road 211 

Western N. C. R. R. East Division. 211 
Western N. C. R. R. West Division 212 
Williamston and Tarboro R. R.... 212 

University Rail Road 212 

Navigation 
Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal Co. 213 

Cape Fear Navigation Co 212 

Cape Fear and Deep River Naviga- 
tion Company 213 

Dismal Swamp Canal 213 

Roanoke Navigation Co 212 



NOETH OAEOLINA BUSINESS CAEDS. 

ffg- The following Cards represent a number of the most active and responsible houses in the Stats 



Agencies. 

Crow W. H. State Agent 

Aetna, Life Ins. Co.,.. lxv 

Cottage Loom Co., W. H. 

Cuninggim, Agt Lxxvi 

Davis T. C, Agt., Craft- 
man's Life Ins. Co., . . . LXii 



Germania Land Co., Louis 
Zimmer, Gen. Agt 

Hazard Powder Co., 

Whitford, Dill & Co., Agts., 
Murray's Steamers .... 

Worth & Daniel,^Agts., N. 
York & Phil. Steamers. 



VII 

II 



XIII 



INDEX. 



Banks & Rrokeks. 
Raleigh Nat. Bank of N. 0. XLVII 

Rountree & Webb, New 

Berne xxxv 

State Nat Bank of Raleigfli. LXxsvii 

Publishers & Booksellers. 
Jones J. A. Raleigh, see white page 8 

Bookbinder. 
Armstrong John, Raleigh . . xxvi 

Commission Merchants 
Adrian &, Vollers, Wil- 
mington LV 

Douglass Bell, Raleigh Lxxxvri 

Jones W. H. & Co., Raleigh. Lxxx 

Morehead J. R, & Co., New 

Berne Lxxxv 

Petteway & Moore, Wil- 
mington XLVI 

Williams & Murchison, Wil- 
mington LVIII 

Webb & Rountree. New 

Berne xxxv 

Whitford, Dill & Co., N'ew 

Berne xii 

Worth & Daniel W^ilmington x 

Willard Bro's. "Wilmington II 

confectioners : 
Bradley & Cristophers, Con. 

Raleigh xcii 

Colleges & Schools. 
Charlotte Female Institute. iv 

Davenport Female College xvx 

Edgeworth Female Sem. L 

Goldsboro', Female Col. XXXVI 

Mrs. Rransoms Seminary, 

Wilmington XLli 

N. C. Inst, for Deaf Dum, 

and Blind Lxx 

Pittsboro Scientiffic Acad. Lxxiii 

Salem Female Academy, next to Title. 

Trinity College xxii 

Thomasville Female College vii 

Drugs. 
Pesciid P. F. & Son,Raleigh, XLViii 

DRY GOODS. 

Bear (Sol) & Bros. Wil- 
mington LXXII 

Caldwell R. N. Greensboro', viii 

Coffield & Thigpen Tarboro', Liv 

Flanagan L. W^ilmington, xiii 

Jarrell M. High Point, LXiv 

Kline, S. & Co. Raleigh, . . Lxxiv 

Patterson & Co., Salem, . . xxxii 
Tucker W. H. & R. S. & Co. lxxxviii 
Weinstein & Bro., New 

Berne, XCII 

Dextists. 

Bessent, R. P. Salisbury,. .. lvix 

Crawford, J. H. Raleigh,. . . xci 

Carr, Thos. B. Wilmington, lxxv 

Hanbury, H. R. Fayetteville, LX 

Grocers. 
Aldrian & Vollers, (Whole- 
sale) Wilminton LV 

Bell, Douglajjs Raleigh,..., lxxxvii 

Jones, W. H. & Co., Raleigh lxxx 

Moore & Toler, Tarboro'.. . . xxxvi 
Williams & Murchison, 

(Wholesale) Wilmington l»iii 



Willard Bro's. (Whole.'iale) 

Wilmington ii 

Hotels. 

Boyden House, Salisbury, . . xxxii 

Barbee's Hotel, High Point, lxxii 

Edgecombe House, Tarboro', lxviii 

FulLon House, Wilmington, xxxvii 

Gregory's' Hotel, Goldsboro', v 

Jones' Hotel, Fayetteville, liv 

Jarrell's Hotel, High Point, lxiv 

Mansion House, Salisbury, xxxix 

Purcell House, Wilmington, lxi 

Rail Road House, Kittrells, lvi 

Southern Hotel, Greensboro, lxviii 

Weldon Hotel, Weldon lvi 

Walton House, Morgauton, lx 

HARDWARE. 

Caldwell R. N. Greensboro', viii 

Mitchell, Allen & Co., New 

Berne, 1st Cover 

Palmer & Kornegay, Golds- 
boro', xxxv 

Sutton & Child's, Wilming- 
ton, s 

IKSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Craftsman's Life Insurance Co. 

T. C. Davis Agent, lxiii 

Fire Insurance, P. F. Pes- 

cud, Agent, xlviii 

Home Insurance, (Fire,) 

Seaton Gales, Sec S;liv 

Masonic Mutual, J. P. Dil- 
lingham, Sec, Lviii 

National Life, P. F. Pescud, 

Agent, sLi 

The .Etna Life, W. H. Crow 

Agent, Lxv 

JOB PRINTING. 

Albright Ja.s. W. & Bro., 

Greensboro', lxiv 

Nichols & Gorman, Raleigh, 

White page, No., 7 

JEWELERS. 

Abbott & Cantwell,Wilm'ton xxxiii 
Chamberlain & Rawles, Tar- 
boro LVII 

Farrar W. B., Greensboro', lxxv 

Marler H., Raleigh, xciii 

LAWYERS. 

Jones J. A., Raleigh. See bottom lines 

McKay & Rose, Fayetteville, xxi 

MILLINERS. 

Flanagan L. Wilminiiton, xiii 

Newspapers. 

Carolina Watchman, Sal'ry. xc 

Carolina Observer, Char lxxiv 

Carolina Times, Charlotte... lxvii 

Epi.scopal Methodist, Ral.. .. lxxxix 

Evangelical Lutheran, Char. lxxix 

Friend of Temperance, Ral.. xlvii 

Greensboro Patriot lxiv 

Jour, of Commerce, New'rn. lxxxiv 
North Car'lina Presbyterian, 

Fayettoville lxxxvi 

New Berne Daily Times lxviii 

Tarboro Southerner lxviii 

The Messenger, Goldsboro. . lxxiv 

The American, Statesville. . lx 

The Independent Press, Lxxviii 



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INDEX. 



The Morning Star, Wilm'ton. lxxx 

The Eagle, Fayetteville lxxv 

The Roanoke News, Weld'n. lxxvii 

The Plaindealer, vVilson xi-vi 

Western Dera'crat, Charlotte. lvii 

Weekly Courier, Warrenton. lxxxvi 

Wilmington Journal xxxi 

Wilmington Post xlvi 

Western Sentinel, Winston.. xciii 

Mamufacturies. 

Green Swamp, Co., Bruns- 
wick; Co., 

Holt E. M. Sons, Graham, 

Mecklenburg Mechanical As- 
sociation, 

McKethan, A. A. & Sons, 
Fayetteville, 

N. C. Cottage Loom Co. 
Raleigh, 

Rocky Mount Mills, Rocky 
Mount 

Rock Island, Manufacturing, 
Co., Charlotte, 

Sounthern Iron . Works, 
Iron Station 

Saddles & Harness, Fayette- 
ville, 

OAEDS FEOM OTHER STATES. 



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XXXVIII 



Watches & Clocks, Raleigh, 



MiSCBLLAKEODS. 

Cantwell's Code, Raleigh, 
Guilford Nursery, Greens- 
boro., 

Gem Saloon, Morganton,. 
Music Store, Greensboro',. . 
Portrait Painter, High Point, 

PATENT MEDICINE. 

Livingston's Florida Balm, . . . 

BAIL B0AD8. 

Atlantic & N. C. Rail Road, 
North Carolina Rail Road, 
North Carolina Rail Road. 
The Seaboard Air Line, . . . 
Wilmington & Weldon Rail 

Road, 

Wilmington Charlotte & 

Rutherford R. R 

Western Division W. C. & 

Rutherford R. R 

SHOE FACTORIES. 

Shelly Brother & Co. Thom- 
asville 



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XXXIII 
XXXIV 



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XXIX 

Last cover. 

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NEW YORK. 
Abbey, Horatio G. Music. . . xxxix 
Bliss, (B. K.) & Son., Gar- 
den Seeds xii 

Bridgewater Paint & Color. , xl 

Church of the Strangers xxviii 

Ditson, (C. H.) & Co., Music. viii 

Empire Sewing Machine Co. XLix 

Hitchcock, B. W. Publisher. xi 

Hall, (Wm.) & Son., Music. xxviii 
Huntington, (F. G.) & Co. 

Publishers lxii 

Harper Bros., Publishers.. .. xciv 
Masury & Whiton, Color 

Works XLViii 

Machinery Oils. J. W. Ha3'es. xix 

Phrenological Journal xv 

Pond, (W. A.) &Co., Music 

and Instruments iii 

Ready Roofing Company xlv 

Schirmer, G. Sheet Music. . xxxvii 

Treraaine (C. M.) & Bro., xxv 
Thomas & Holmes, Commis- 

mission Merchants xxiv 

Webb & Rountree, Commis- 
sion Merchants XXXV 

PHILADELPHIA. 

Robinson, 'C. E. Print Works. li 

CINCINNATTI, OHIO. 

Wilson, Henkle & Co., Pub. xiv 

NORFOLK, VA. 

First National Bank, xviii 

Norfolk Virginian, Lxxxiv 

Norfolk Journal, Lxxi 

The Day Book, lxxi 

AVoman's Friend, J. H. Baker 

& Co., XLIl 



PORTSMOUTH VA. 

Hunter, J. B. & Co. Com., 
Mchts., 

Niemeyer, H. V. Com. Mcht. 

PETERSBURG, VA. 

Confections, H. T. Alley 

Jarrett's Hotel, P. F. Brown. 

Myers, M. & E. Whiskeys.. 

Moore, T. R. Hats and Caps. 

Morris, J. T. Furniture 

Noah Walker & Co., Cloth'rs. 

Pugh (C. C.) & Co., Commis- 
sion Merchants 

Rives & Proctor, Druggists. 

Rotter, J. Dry Goods 

Smith, Thomas Dry Goods. . 

Stratton, Henry Grocer &c., 

Tappy & Lumsden, Foundry, 
RICHMOND, VA. 

Arlington Mutual 

Bidgood, Geo. L. Publisher, 

Ford's Hotel, A. J. Ford.... 

Ludwig, Chas. L. Engraver, 

Snyder &Irby, Archi'rl Iron. 

Southern Female Inst., D. 
Lee Powell 

Noah Walker & Co. Clo'ers 

BALTIMORE, MD. 

Charles M. Stieff, Pianos 

Episcopal Methodist 

Fountain Hotel, W. H. Cla- 
baugh 

Southern Hepatic Pills 

Southern Business Col. Bait. 

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, 

(Map) after lxiv 



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BUSmESS DIRECTORY, 



1869. 



POPULATION OF THE STATE IN 1860—992,622. 

50,000 Square Miles— 22 to the Mile. 



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CAPITOL OF THE STATE : 


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POPULATION IN 1868-6,200. 


ALAMANCE. 


ALAMANCE. 


ALAMANCE COUNTY. 


COMPANY SHOPS. 


Population in 1860 11,852. 


Mayor B. E. Sergeant. 

Geo. D. Boon, 

Commissioners J ?; ^- ^Z^'^''^' 

1 Thos. Fox, 

.J. Lane, (colored). 

Constable W. A. Woods. 


County Seat — Gbaham. 
COUNTY OFFICERS. 


Clerk Superior Court.W. A. Albright, 


Coroner ... 


..Geo. K. Foust, 






A. C. Cobb, Ch, 


CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 




W. A. Paterson, 




Commssionera ■ 


S. J. Crawford, 


Cross Roads, Mebanesyille, A. G. 




John Crawford, 


Hughes, Pres 




S. F. Vestal. 


Graham, Graham, A. Currie, Pres 


Register of Deeds T. G. McLean, 


Hawfields, Mebanesville, A. G. 


Surveyor Jas. M. Paterson, 


Hughes, Pres 


Sheriff A. Murray, 


Stony Creek, Union Ridge, W. L. 


Standard Keeper W. F. Jones, 


Lacy, Pres 


Solicitor 7th Dist J. R. Bulla, 


Brown's Chapel, Co. Shops, N. H. D. 


Treasurer D. S. Thompson. 


Wilson, Meth 




Macedonia, McDaniels, A. Norman, Meth 


TOWN OFFICERS. 


PhilHps Chapel, Melville, A. Nor- 


OF GRAHAM. 


man, Meth 




Pyles', , A. Norman, Meth 


Mayor W. A. Albright, 


Pisgah, , A. Norman, Meth 


fDr. W. G. Cleiidenin, 


Shiloh, Morton's Store, A. Norman, Meth 


r, ■ ■ J. W. Harden, 
Commtssioners j c. C. Cheek, 


Bethel, CloTer Orchard, A. W. Liue- 


berry. P Meth 


tw. Outlow (colored). 


Concord, Saxapahaw, A. W. Line- 


Constable C. C. Cheek. 


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ALAMANCE. 



ALAMANCE. 



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Chris 
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Chris 

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Mt. Herman, McDaniel's A 

Lineberry, 
Hebron, Mt. Willing, J. T. Ball, P 
Friendship, Rock Creek, A. W. Line- 

^lei-j-y P Meth 

Rock Creek, Rock Creek, A. W. 

Lineberry, P Meth 

Salem, Saxapahaw, J. T. Ball, P Meth 
Bethlehem, Co. Shops, A. Iseley, 
Providence, Graham, W. S. Long, 
Shallow Foard, Co. Shops, A. Ise- 

loy 
Union Chapel, Union Ridge, E. W. 

Beal and A. G. Anderson, 
Mt. Zion, Patterson's Store, W. 

H. Jordan, 
Deep Creek, Big Falls, B. F. Mor- 
ton. Prim. Bap 
Gilliams, , B. F. Morton, Prim. Bap 

HOTELS. 

Alamance, Graham, Mrs. M. E. Troy. 
Rail Road, Co. Shops, R. B. Williams. 

LAWYERS. 

Ruffin (T. Jr.) & Boyd (J. E.) Graham, 
Badham, H. A. Graham, 
Graham, J. A. Graham. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Alamance, (Cotton Yarns, Sheetings and 

Plaids,) Holt's Store, E. M. Holt & Sons. 
Big Falls, (Cotton Yarns,) Big Fall, W. 

J. & A. Murray. 
Cane Creek, (Cotton Yarns, Sheetings and 

Plaids) Clover Orchard, Holman Bros. 
Granite, (Cotton Yarns,) Haw River, T. 

M. Holt. 
Holt's New Fac, (Cotton Yarns, Sheetings 

and Plaids,) Graham, E. M. Holt & 

Sons. 
Saxapahaw, (Cotton Yarns, Sheetings and 

Plaids,) Saxapahaw, J. Newlin & Sons. 
Carriages &c., Graham, W. F. Jones. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bason & Son, Graham. Q S 

Coble (A. C.) & Bro., Hartshorn, G S 

Harden (G. R.) «fc Bro., Graham, G S 

Hunter (A. T. & R.,) Graham, G S 
Hayes Jas. T., Co. Shops, Fancy Art 

Moore (A. G.) & Co., Haw River, G S 

Moore (A. G.) «fc Co., McCray's Store, G S 

Newlin (J.) & Sons, Saxapahaw, Q S 

Patterson G. W., Graham, G S 

Patterson W. A., Patterson's Store, G S 

Scott (J. S.) & Co., Graham, G S 

Stafford Thos., Clover Orchard, Q S 

Turrentine & Dickson, Mebanesville, G S 



Thomburg (W. L.) & Co., Graham, G S 
Vincent J. S. & L., Pleasant Grove, G S 
Worth &. McAlister (A. C.,) Co. Shps. G 8 
Cooperative Store, Co. Shops. Q S 

(G. N. Lea, Pres., A. McCauley &. 
J. A. Turrentine Supts.) 

MINISTERS. 

Beal E. W., McCray's Store, Chris 

Iseley A., Shallow Foard, Chris 

Long W. S., Graham, Chris 

Currie A., Graham, Pres 

Hughes A. G., Mebanesville, Pres 

Lynch Thos., Mebanesville, Pres 
Morton B. F., Morton's Store, Prim. Bap 

MINES. 

Gold, Graham, (not in op.) R. G. McAden. 
Gold, Graham, (not in op.) Peter F. Holt. 
Gold, Haw River, (not in op.) J. Dixon. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Graham, Daniel Anthony, 
Grist, Pleasant Grove, Mrs. Thos. Bird, 
G. & Saw, Co. Shops, T. J. Mitchell, 
G. & Saw, Big Falls, W. J. & A. Murray, 
Grist, Clover Orchard, Holman & Bro., 
Grist, Curtis Mill, Lutterloh &. Garrett, 
Grist, Rock Creek, Milton Coble, 
Grist, Snow Camp, S. Dixon & Co., 
Grist, McCray's Store, Bennett Hazell, 
Grist, Shallow Ford, Peter Gerriager, 
Grist, Holt's Store, E. M. Holt & Sons, 
Grist, Holt's Store, David Huffman, 
Grist, Watsonville, Bennett Hazell, 
Fl. «fc Gr. Haw River, F. & H. Fries & Co., 
Grist, Graham, Peter F. Holt, 
Grist, Co. Shops, John Ireland, 
Grist, Melville, D. W, Kerr, 
Grist, Morton's Store, Geo. Kernodle, 
Grist, Graham, D. & H. Long, 
Grist, Morton's Store, Berry Davidson, 
Grist, Hartshorn, W. P. & M. Iseley, 
Grist, Pleasant Grove, Eli Murray, 
Grist, Mebanesville, Giles Mebane, 
Grist, Saxapahaw, J. Newlin & Sons, 
Grist, Graham, G. W. Patterson, 
Grist, Melville, John W. Wood, 
Grist, Graham, Dr. G. K. Foust, 
Grist, Hartshorn, Michael Shoffner, 
Grist, Co. Shops, B. A. Sellers, 
Fl. & Gr., Haw River, F. & H. Fries, 
Grist, Melville, Dr. A. Wilson, 
Grist, Pleasant Grove, J. S., & L. A. Vin- 
cent. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Allen Soloman, Snow Camp. 
Cobb G. D., Shallow Ford, 



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ALAMANCE. 



ALEXANDER. 



Clondenin W. G., Graham, 

Foust G. K., Graham, 

Freeman S. R., Saxapahaw, 

Graham B. F., Union Ridge, Dentist, 

Lutterloh T. C, Curtis' Mill. 

Moore John A., Co. Shops, 

Mebane B. F., Mebanesville. 

Montgomery D. A., Co. Shops, 

Murphy J. S., Co Shops, 

McCauley J. W., Pleasant Qrore. 

Pinnix J. H., Big Falls, 

Patterson Armistead, Patterson's Store, 

Ruffin John K., Graham, 

Sellers S. L., Co. Shops. 

Simpson J. H., Morton's Store, 

Thompson W. H.. Melville, Dentist, 

Walker Jno. A., Melville, 

Walker W. S., Haw River, 

Watson E. F., Union Ridge, 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Big Falls, T. R. Simpson, 
Co. Shops, Geo. D. Boon, 
Curtis' Mills, Jno. F. Garrett, 
Clover Orchard, Sally Foust, 
Graham, J. B. McMurray, 
Haw River, Jno. Bason, 
Hartshorn, John Coble, 

Holt's Store, , 

Melville, , 

McDaniels, Mrs. M. J. Cook, 

McCray's Store, , 

Mebanesville, S. A. White, 
Plesant grove, Miss. — . Long, 
Patterson's Store, Mrs. A. A. Crutchfield, 
Rock Creek, Mrs. C. C. Curtis, 
Shallow Ford, Alfred Iseley, 
Snow Camp, John Dixon, 
Saxapahaw, William Zachary, 
Watson ville, Maggie V. Watson, 

SCHOOLS. 

Wilson's School, Melville, Dr. John Wilson, 
Graham Male Academy, Rev. A. Carrie, 
Graham Fern, Academy, Rev. W. S. Long, 
Friend's School, Clover Orchard, — , Tam- 

linson, 
Prim, (col), Mebanesville, Chs. Moore, 
Prim, (col), Union Ridge, Thos. Thompson, 
Prim, (col), Co. Shops, Hiram Husband. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Samuel Crawford, 250 acres; Clem C. 
Curtis, Peter R. Hardm, Graham ; David 
W. Kerr, W. S. Bradshaw, Jas. R. A\- 
"bvighi, MelvtUe ; James Newlin, 415; Daniel 
Foust, Saxapahaw ; John McPherson, 
Clover Orchard ; Jas. A. Paterson, Martin 
Moser, S.ock Creek; Michael ShofFner, 
Hartshorn ; L. B. Holt, Holft Store ; B. E. 



Sergeant, and John Ireland, Co. Shops ; 
Freeman Leath and G. Monroe Hazell, 
Union Ridge; J. W. McCauley and Eli 
Murray Sr., Pleasant Grove; Albert Gra- 
ham, McCray's Store ; Constantine Sellars, 
Mebanesville ; Jacob Holt, Haw River ; 

Surface. — Moderately Hilly,Water power 
good and abundant. 

Staples. — Corn, Wheat, Fruit and To- 
bacco. 



ALEXANDER COUNTY. 

Population IN I860 6,022. 

County Seat — Tayloesvillk. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Cleric Superior Court.,E. M. Stevenson. 



Coroner. 



Cotnmissionera, 



Register of Deeds. . 

Sheriff. , 

Surveyor 

Solictor \Oth Bis. . . , 
Standard Keeper. . . 
Treasurer 



.J. B. Pool. 

r A. C. Mcintosh, Ch. 

R. 0. Bennett, 

G. W. Long, 

T. J. Watts, 

E. M. Alexander. 
.Wm. J. Harrington. 
.H. W. Mays. 
.J. F. Sharp. 
.W. P. Caldwell. 



,.J. T. Perry. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Taylorsville, , S. C. Miller, D. D. 

Salem, , S. C. Miller, D. D., 

Friendship, , Timothy Moses, 

Salem, , C. Moretz, 

Rocky Spring, , Dr. Foy, 

Pisgah, , Dr. Foy, 

Stoney Point, , Dr. Foy, 

Liberty, , Dr. Foy, 

Upper Pisgah, , Dr. Foy, 

Pilgrim, , Dr. Foy, 

Taylorsville, , Dr. Foy, 

Three Forks, , J. Crouch, 

Antioch, , W. A. Pool, 

Macedonia, , W. A. Pool, 

Davis', , W. A. Pool, 

Concord, , J. Crouch, 

Charity, , J. Crouch, 

Mt. Olive, , James Kearley, 

Bethel, , , 

Little River, , Wm. Pool, 

Center, 



Liberty Grove, 
Mt. Gilead, 



Pres 
Pres 
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HOTEL. 



James' Hotel, Taylorsville, Hiram Jones. 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



ALEXANDER. 



ALEXANDER. 



LAWYERS. 

Boyle A. M., Taylorsville, 
Dula Col. T. J., Taylorsville, 
Howell J. B., Taylorsville, 
Swiney, R. S., Taylorsville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Taylorsville Cotton Mills, Taylorsville, 

Boyle and Jones, 
Boot and Shoe, Taylorsville, F. M. Herman, 
Boot and Shoe, Saddles, Harness and 

Tannery, Taylorsville, L. Herman, 
Boot and Shoe, Taylorsville, J. C. McCoy, 
Boot and Shoe, Taylorsville, J. W. P. 

Matthews, 
Saddlery and Harness, Taylorsville, J. P. 

Thompson, 
Saddlery and Harness, Stoney Point, D. S. 

Miller, 
Carriage and Buggy, Taylorsville, J. P. 

Lawrence, 
Wagon and Smith, Little River, G. W. 

Long, 
Tannery, Taylorsville, R. C. Wilson, 
Tannery, Taylorsville, F. A. Campbell, 
Tannery, Elk Shoal, J. P. White, 
Tannery, Wittenburgs, Alfred Eckerd, 
Tannery, York Institute, A. Sharpe & Son, 
Hat Factory, York Institute, E. Haynes, 
Piano Fortes, Taylorsville, David "& J. C. 

Prichard, 
Millwrighting &c., Taylorsville, James L. 

Davis. 

MINERAL SPRINGS. 

Ellen Dale, Chalybeate Springs, (10 miles 

West of Taylorsville,) Mrs. N. J. Al- 

spaugh, 
Lowdermilk's Sulphur, (3 miles West of 

Taylorsville,) M. Swain, Taylorsville. 

These Springs have been proven to pos- 
sess the very best medicinal qualities. 

MERCHANTS. 

Carson & Alspauph, Taylorsville, 
Carson & Alspaugh, Little River, 
Carson & Wallace, York Institute, 
Gieen J. B. & W. C, Taylorsville, 
Lowe Miss Mary J., Taylorsville, 
Long Geo. W., Taylorsville, 
Mcintosh A. C. & Co., Taylorsville, 
Matheson R. S. & H. B. ,Taylor8- 

ville, 
Phifer T. M., York Institute, 
Patterson J. D., York Institute, 

MINISTERS. 

Brown Bedford, Little River, 
Crouch Jacob, Little River, 



GS 
GS 
GS 
GS 
G S 
GS 
GS 

G S 
GS 
GS 



Bap 
Bap 



Green J. B., Taylorsville, Bap 

Pool Wra., Taylorsville, Bap 

Pool W. A., Taylorsville, Bap 

Pool O. C, Taylorsville, Bap 

Steel R. L., Taylorsville, Bap 

Tritt Peter, Taylorsville, Bap 

Kearley James, Taylorsville, Bap 

Dr. Foy, York Institute, Melh 

York B., York Institute, Meth 

Millen S. C, D. D., Taylorsville, Pies 

Presley W. B., Elk Shoal, Pres 

Moses Timothy, Taylorsville, Luth 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Taylorsville, Mrs. E. &D. H. Bell, 
Grist, Taylorsville, A. M. Boyle & S. L. 

Howell, 
Grist, Taylorsville, James L. Davis, 
Grist, Taylorsville, David Bostian, 
Grist, York Institute, N. J. Deal, 

Grist, , Jocob Deal, 

Grist, Stoney Point. H. F. Hunter, 
Grist, Taylorsville, Wm. Watts, 

Grist, , John Jolley, 

Grist, , Thos. H. Webster. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Carson John M., Taylorsville, 
Connelly, York Institute, 
Flowers G. H., York Institute, 
Green W. C, Taylorsville, 
Sumey W. C , York Institute, 
Watts T. J., Taylorsville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Taylorsville, James P. Matherson, 

Little River, Matildia Smith, 
York Institute, Miss Fannie York, 
Elk Shoal, J. F. Moore, 
Wittenburgs, Mikeal Teague, 
Mt. Pisgah, W. Gaston Barnett, 
Stoney Point, — — . 

SCHOOLS. 

Elk Shoal Academy, Rev. W. B. Presley 

and H. S. Beck, 
United Baptist Institute, J. T. Deans, 

York Collegiate Institute, , 

Davis Academy, Rev. W. A. Pool, 
Colored, York Col. Inst., A. J. Stephenson. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Ja.nes P. White, H. H. Drum, E. M. 
Alexander, Henry F. Hunter, E. McLil- 
land. Elk Shoal; R. 0. Bennett, Ellis 
Haynes, W. F. Connolly, Geo. J. Allen, 
James F. Stephenson, E. C. Oxford, J. F. 
Mundy, Jones P. White, Little River ; Da- 



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ALLEGHANY. 



ALLEGHANY. 



voth Little, Reubin Watts, A. C. Watts, 
William Watts, E. C. Harrington, W. P. 
Burke, W. H. Burgess, J. J. Teague, J. M. 
Stevenson, Jacob Little, N. A. Pool, W. S. 
Teague, Thos. Barue?, Thos. H. Websler, 
Moses league, J. H. Childers, Sion H. 
Rogers, A. A. Hill, John Christopher, E. 
Crouch, Wm. Matheson, Taylorsville. 

Surface. — Hilly and in places moun- 
tainous. Water power good. 

Staples. — Corn, Wheat, Rye, Oats, 
Grass and Live Stock. 



ALLEaEANY CODNTY. 

Population in 1860 3,590. 

County Seat — Gap Civil. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clcrh Superior Cowr^... Berry H. Edwards. 
Coroner D. S. Black. 

{J. A. Jones, Ch. 
H. Cheek, 
G. Higgins, 
John Parsons, 
S. S. Stamper. 
Begister of Deeds. . . .Francis M. Mitchell. 

Sherif J. C. Jones. 

Treasurer John S. Parsons. 

Solicitor llth Bis . . .Virgil S. Lusk. 
No incorporated Towns. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Antioch, Gap Civil, Daniel Caudill, Bap 

Elk Creek, Gap Civil, Enoch Reves, Bap 
Friendship, Mouth of Wilson, W. B. 

Halsey, Bap 

Little River, Gap Civil, Thos. Carr, Bap 
Meadow Fork, Laurel Spring, Josh. 

Long, Bap 
Pine Fork, Laurel Spring, B. E. 

Caudill, Bap 

Shiloh, Laurel Spring, Miller, Bap 

Union, Gap Civil, Enoch Reves, Bap 

Woodruff, Bap 

Antioch, Cherry Lane, Morgan 

Bryan, Meth 

Cauco's, , Shadrack Bryan, Meth 

Macedonia, Cherry Lane, M. Bryan, Meth 

Mt. Zion, Cherry Lane, Mr. Millar, Meth 

No Hotels. No Lawyers. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Saddlery, Gap Civil, D. R. Gentry, 
Tannery, Gap Civil, David Gilkam, 
Iron Forge, Elk Creek, Osborne (C.) & 

Fields, (A.) 
Mill Wrighting, Scottsvills, Vaunay (J. 

M.) & Idol, (J.) 



MERCHANTS. 

McMillan, F. G., Mouth of Wilson, 

Virginia, 
Reves, Jones & Co., Gap Civil and 

Peach Blossom, 
Plumer & Co., Laurel Springs, 
Vaughan (E. L.) & Co., Gap Civil. 

MINISTERS. 



GS 

GS 
G S 
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Wood T., Gap Civil, Meth 

Bryan Morgan, Glade Creek, Meth 

Phipps A. B., Mouth of Wilson, Va. Meth 

Bryan Shadrack, Glade Creek, Meth 

Fisher John W., Gap Civil, Meth 

Miller , Gap Civil, Meth 

Carr Thos., Gap Civil, Bap 

Caudill Daniel, Laurel Springs, Bap 

Caudill B. E., Laurel Springs, Bap 

Douglas George, Glade Creek, Bap 
Halsey Wm. B., Mouth of Wilson, Va. Bap 

Long Joshua, Laurel Springs, Bap 

Reves Enoch, Gap Civil, Bap 

Roberts Fountain, Glade Creek, Bap 

MINES. 

Alleghany Copper, Gap Civil, 
Elk Creek Copper, Elk Creek, N. Long, 
Peach Blossom Copper, Gap Civil, 
Iron ore in many places. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Higgins, Crabb Creek, Wm. Higgins, 
Elk Creek, Elk Creek, N. Long, " 
Collins, Glade Creek, Collins & Fender's 

heirs, 
Osborne's, Gap Civil, Osborne (C.) & 

Fields, (S.; 

Joiner's, Gap Civil, . 

Jones's, Laurel Spring, John A. Jones, 
Jones's, Laurel Spring, Levi Jones, 
Weaver's, Scottsville, Weaver (N.) & 

Jones (S. B.) 

PHYSICIAN. 
Smith J. L., Gap Civil. 

POST OFFICES AND MASTERS. 

Cheriy Lane, Francis Bryan, 
Glade Creek, A. B. Carson, 
Gap Civil, E. C. Vaughan. 

SCHOOLS. 

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



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ANSON. 



ANSON. 



PROMINENT FARMERS. 

F. G. McMillan, 1.110 acres; L. E. 
Puoh, 405 ; Caleb Parsons, 346 ; Daniel C. 
Jones, 542 ; John Alexander, 600 ; George 
T. Keves, 2,275 ; Louis Haxh, 240 ; Ira 
Halsey, 455, Mouth of Wilson, Va. ; J. 
T. Hawthorn, 460 ; James Boyer, 609 ; 
Robert Gambill, 1,053 ; J. H. Parks, 1,325; 
C. H. Doughter, 460, Gap Civil; J. A. 
Jones, 1,146; S. S. Stamper, 500; W. B. 
Reves, 500; Johnl R. Long. 1,120, Laurel 
Springs; A. G. Woodruff, 1,049 ; A.M. 
Brj'an, 1,387; Morgan Bryan, 861 ; Francis 
Bryan, 1,060 ; R J. Sparks, 225, Cherry 
Lane; C. P. Higgins, 1,344 ; T. S. Higgins, 
245 ; Wm. Higgins, 258, Glade Creek. 

Surface. — Hilly and in places moun- 
tainous. 

Staplks. — Corn, Wheat, Oats, Rye and 
Live Stock. 



ANSON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 13,664. 

County Seat — Wadesboko.— Pop. 800. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerh Superior Court.JaiS. M. Covington. 
Cormier Thos. W. Allen. 

f Wm. Leard, Ch'mn. 

I E. T. Gaddy, 

Commissioners: ■{ J. P. McRae, 

John Pressley, 

tW. T. Tucker. 

Regisler of Deeds Thos. Carpenter. 

Sheriff Geo. W. Willoughby. 

Solicitor 5th Dis Neill McKay. 

Surveyor J. D. Nance. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer A. M. Boggan. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



Ansonville, , , 

Centenary, Lilesville, , 

Cross Roads, Lili-sville, , 

Ebenezer, Lanesboro', , 

Fountain Hill, Lanesboro', , 

Harmony, Lanesboro', , 

Hopewell, Lanesboro', 

Olivet, Lilesville, , 

Pleasant Hill, Marion, , 

Savaimah, Lilesville, , 

Wadesboro', , 

Brown's Creek, Wadesboro, S. P. 

Morton, 
Green Springs, Lilesulle, Benjamin 

Sanders, 
Gnlledgp's, Wadesboro, 



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Meltsonville, White's Store, ■ 

Fincher, Bap 

Pee Dee, Lilesville, Fincher Bap 

Pleasant Grove, Wadesboro, 

Daniel, Bap 
Rocky River, Ansonville, S. P. 

Morton, Bap 

Piney Grove, , J. W. Davis, Bap 

Miueral Springs, Wadesboro, , Pres 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Burns' Hotel, Wadesboro, Benton Burns. 
Boarding House, Wadesboro, Q. W. Wil- 
loughby. 

LAWYERS. 

Ashe Thos. S., Wadesboro, 
Bennett R. Tyler, Wadesboro, 
Dargau Atlas G., Wadesboro, 
Hargrave Johnson R., Wadesboro. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Woolen Goods, Ansonville, Allen & Burns, 
Tannery, New Forestville, T. E. Smith, 
Tannery, Burnsvllle, Wm. Parker, 
Carriages, Wadesboro, J. C. McLaughlin. 

MERCHANTS. 



Beeraan & Martin, Wadesboro, 

Baucom , Wadesboro, 

Crawford (Hugh) & Co., 

Clark , Ansonville, 

Cox Wm. J., Lilesville, 
Goddy Elias D., Wadesboro, 
Kendall Thos. W., Ansonville and 

Parker's Tan Yard, 
Little (Julius & John,) Wadesboro, 

Smith , Wadesboro , 

Liles & Little, Lilesville, 
Smith & Lyons, Ansonville, 
Smith Thos. S., New Forestville, 

MINISTERS. 

Bennett A., Ansonville, 
Caudle A., Lanesboro, 
Davis John W., Lanesboro, 

Fincher , White's Store, 

Morton S. P., Ansonville, 
Phifer Jesse, Lanesboro, 
Sanders Berry, Lilesville, 

Blankeuship , Ansonville, 

Bland , Wadesboro, 

MINES. 
Bailey's Gold Mine, Wadesboro, J. W. 



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MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Baucom's, Wadesboro, A. Baucom, 
Company, Lanesboro, Bennett, Polk & 

Williams, 
Burns', Anson ^ille, Allen & Burns, 
Caudle's, Lanesboro, Sampson Caudle, 
Chilson's, Lilesville, Henry Chilson, 
DeBerry's, Lilesville, Henry DeBeny, 

Hancock's, Ansonville, Hancock, 

Neeley's, Ansonville, Joseph Neeley, 
Night's, Ansonville, Nat. Night, 
Pond's, Lanesboro, Benj. H. Pond, 
Parker's, Burnsville, Wm. Parker, 
Ratliffs, Lilesville, P. Ratliff, 
Smith's, Lilesville, Smith & Co., 
Simon's, Lilesville, Sol. V. Simons, 
Staten's, Ansonville, Uriah Staten, 
Yates', Lilesville, J. C. Yates. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Ashe Ed., Wadesboro, 
Battle Wm. H., Lilesville, 
Bennett John, Wadesboro, 
Howze Henry, Wadesboro, 

Ingraham , Ansonville, 

Jackson A. L., Lilesville, 
Kendall Wm., Ansonville, 

Ramsey , Wadesboro, 

Smith Calvin, Marion, 
Smith John S., Lilesville, 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Ansonville, Wm. L. Smith, 
Bennett's Store, Miss S. S. Lucas, 
Cedar Hill, Julia A. McLean, 
Lanesboro, Mary C. Allen, 
Lilesville, W. H. Barnawell, 
Wadesboro, Miss M. C. Patrick, 
White's Store, Martha J. Barrett. 

SC500LS. 

Academy, Wadesboro, Rev. Mr. Blount, 
Carolina Female CoLege, Ansonville, Rev. 
Mr. Blankenship, 

Green Spring Academy, Lilesville, , 

Lilesville Academy, H. S. Flagger, 

Flat Rock Academy, Marion, , 

Primary, (col.) Lilesville, H. E. Chilson, 
Primary, (col.) Lanesboro, F. E. Flake, 
Primary, (col.) Wadesboro, John A. Gale, 

Primary, (col.) Wadesboro, , 

Primary, (col.) New Forestville, , 

Primary, (col.) Ansonville, John Gates. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

John McClendon, Jos. Dunlap, Wilson 
Burns, S. W. Cole, Wm. G. Smith, William 
Little, Ansonville; Dr. John Smith, Wm. 



C. Smith, John Knotts, John D. Liles, Sol- 
omon v. Simons, Wm. Ratlifi, Thomas 
Diggs, Riley Diggs, Sandford Liles, 0. P. 
Bennett, John Little, Lilesville; Jesse 

Edwards, Dr. Ramsey, McLean, Thos. 

J. Polk, L. L. Polk, Wadesboro; Townley 
Redfearn, H. T. Knotts, White's Store; 
Isaac Williams, John W. Davis, Sampsun 
Caudle, Geo. Wilkins, Benjamin K. Pond, 
John Broadaway, Lanesboro. 

Surface.— Level, soil good, water plenty. 

Staples. — Corn, Cotton, and Naval 
Stores. 



ASHE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 7,956 

County Seat — Jkffeeson. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior CoMr<. .Robert Parsons. 

Coroner Calvin Graybeal, 

J. H. Carson, Ch., 



Commissioners . 



Register of Deeds. . 



John Osborn, 
Lorens Mikel, 
J. B. McMillen, 
. S. H. Jones, 
.Calvin Younce. 



Surveyor William Latham. 

Sheriff. John Graves. 

Standard Keeper 

Solicitor \lth Bis Virgel S. Lusk. 

Trustee Eli Graybeal. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Jefferson, Jefferson, C. R. Miller, Meth 
North Fork, N. Fork, C. R. Miller, Meth 

Cranbury Creek, Scottsville , Dunkard 

Chapel, North Fork, 

Center, Jefferson 



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Hotel, Jefferson, S. Trivett. 

LAWYERS. 

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

MANUFACTORIES. 



Iron Forge, Helton, Plummer & Co, 
Iron Forge, Little River, Thompson & 
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Tannery, Jefferson, S. & N. Waugh, 
Tannery, Jefferson, Edmond Foster, 
Tannery, Jefferson, John Carson & Co., 
Tannery, Laurel Springs, Wm. Weaver. 



MERCHANTS. 

Brown & Bren, Helton, 
Need ham Jesse, Horse Creek, 
Thomas W. P., Jefferson, 
Tnvett S , Jeff"erson, 
Waugh S. C. and N. H., Jefferson, 
Wilbar J. R., Jeffejson, 
Worth David, North Fork, 
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MINISTERS. 

Cox A. B., Jefferson, 
Miller C. R., Jefferson, 

Weaver , 

Wags James, Jefferson, (Local,) 
Baldwin W. N., Jefferson, 
Jones Reason, Horse Creek, 
Venhoy John, Jefferson, 

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Copper, Scottsville, Matthew Carson 
Copper, Jefferson, Judge Osborn & Co., 

Gold, North Fork, ^ — , 

Iron Forge, Helton, Plummer & Co., 
Iron Forge, Little River, Thompson & 
Alexander. 

MILLL AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Jefferson, S. C. Bower, 

Flour & Grist, Jefferson, G. H. Hamilton, 

Flour and Grist, Helton, J. Perkins, 

Grist, North Fork, David Worth, 

Grist and Saw, Scottsville, W. Johnson, 

G. & Saw, Laurel Springs, Scott & Cox, 

G. & Saw, Laurel Springs, Miller & Bro., 

Flour and Grist, Scottsville, Jones & Co. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Foster E. F., Jefferson, 
Gentry L. C, Jefferson, 
Rhea R. C, Helton, 
Wagg James, Jefferson, 
Wilcoe J. 0., North Fork. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Cherry Lane, Granville Gentry, 
Gap Creek, Wm. Laws, 
Glade Creek, Andrew B. Carson, 
Helton, Ambrose C. Jones, 
Horse Creek, Mrs. Sarah Taylor, 
Jefferson, Edwin C. Bartlett, 
Laurel Springs, Wyatt Rose, 



North Fork, Mrs. M. C. Wagner, 
Scottsville, Nathaniel G. Lane. 

SCHOOLS. 



Academy, Jefferson, , 

Academy, Laurel Springs, . 

PROMINENI FARMERS. 

Geo. Hamilton, David Grabael, Benja- 
min Neal, Jefferson; John Carson, Wm. 
Carson, Andrew Long, Charles Reves, 
Scottsville; David Worth, North Fork; 
Johnson Perkins, Helton; James Gam- 
bell, Chestnut Hill. 

Surface. — Hilly and mountainous. 
Staples. — Corn, Wheat, Grass and 
Live Stock. 



BEAUFORT COUiNTT. 

Population in 1860 14,766. 

County Seat — Washinrton. — Pop. 1,000. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court.. Geo. L. Windley, 

Coroner J. R. Cherry, 

fSam'l. Windley, Ch, 
I Tho's, H. Blount, 

Commissioners \ Henry Hodges, 

I Jobephus Peed, 
1^ Standi Waters. 

Register of Deeds Richard Granger, 

Sherif Samuel T. Carrow, 

Surveijor Robt. T. Shields, 

Soliciter 2nd District.. J. J. Martin, 

Standard Keeper E. S. Hoyt, 

Treasurer J. F. Randolph, 

Snpt. Poor House D. B. Elliott, 

Wood hispector Wm. A. Harris. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 



Comntissionrrn. 



Clerk of Town . . 

Sergeant 

Con. Wash. Dist . . 
Special Magistrate . 
Treasurer , 

Com. of Claims. . 



Dispt. Naval Stores. 

A uctioneer 

Deputy Collector and 
Inspector of Customs 



r Samuel Carson, 
! Wm. M. Cherry, 
1 Howard Wiswell, 
[ Kelly Moore. 
.Stephen W.Stilley, 
..J. Pringle. 
.Thos. J. Moser, 
..Isaiah Respass, 
..S. W. Stilley, 
( Thomas Sparrow, 
\ Edmund S. Hoyt. 
( John Orkney, 
I T. H. B. Myers, 
. .G. A. Jackson, 

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UNITED STATES OFFICERS. 

Deputy Collector Ist 

aud 2nd Divisions, 

embracing the 

Counties of Beau- [ Thos. B. Bowers, 

fort, Hyde, Tyrell, 

Washington and 

Martin. 

Assistant Assessor of") 

Internal Revenue | ,,t tt • i_i. 

forBeaufort,Hyde, [^^"•^^■g'^*^- 

and Tyrrell, J 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Chapel, Washington, W. H. Moore, Meth 
St. Peters, Washington, N. C. 

Hughes, 
Chapel, Washington, P. H. Dalton, 
Chapel, Washington 



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Concord, Pantego, J. R. Winfleld, Chris 
Union Chapel, Bath, J. M. Gurganus, Chris 
Old Ford, Washington, J. Latham, Chris 
St. Thomas, Bath, H. B. Hilton, Epis 

Zions Chapel, Washington, Luther 

Eborn, Epis 

St. John's, Durham's Creek, E. 

Harden, Epis 

Bath, Bath, James Mahoney, Meth 

Wliite Marsh, Bath, James Mahoney, Meth 
Clark's, Pantego, James Mahoney, Meth 
Asbury, Washington, Jas. Mahoney, Meth 
South Creek Chajiel, Washington, \ 

J. W. Litchfield, Meth 

North Creek, Bath, B. Whitford, P. Bap 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Baynor House, "Washington, W. Baynor, 
Exchange Hotel, Washington, L. J. Wise, 
Leroy Hotel, Washington, 0. F. Adams, 
N. C. Hotel, Washington, E. Colbert. 

LAWYERS. 

Carter D. M., Washington, 

Rodman W. B., (Judge Supreme Court,) 

Washington, 
Satterthwaite F. B., Washington, 
Sparrow Thomas, Washington, 
Stilley H. E., Washington, 
Wharton Rufus W., Washington, 
Warren E. J., (Ex. Judge) Washington. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Boots & Shoes Wash., Zachery Habourn, 
Boots & Shoes, Wash., Godfrey Olt, 
Native Wines, Wash., Berbank & Gallagher, 
Block & Pump, Wash., D. B. Whorton, 
Coaches, Wash., Fulford & Long. 



Shingle Getting, Durham's Crk. Hale & 

Willard. 
Sail Making, Washington, Wm., Harris 
Ship Building, Wash., John Myers' Sons, 
Ship Bhilding, Wash., Jas. A. Farrow, 
Turpentine Distillery, Wash., J. Potts & 

Son. 
Turpentine Dis., Wash., S. R. Fowle&. Son. 

MERCHANTS AND TRADESMEN. 

(in WASHINGTON.) 

Arthur John A., Main Street, G S 

Buckman Geo., Main Street, G S 

Blount & AVhitecar, Main Street, G S 

Brown P. W., Main Street, G S 

Cherry Wm. & Bra, Water Street, G S 
Demill Wm. E., Main Street, G S 

Fowle (S. R.) & Son., Main Street, G S 
Farrow David H., Main Street, G S 

Harwood George, Water Street, G S 

Fulford Irwin, Main Street, G S 

Harris James, Water Street, G S 

Martin (E.) & Co., Main Street, G S 

Morton W. Z., Main Street, G S 

Rosenthall E., Main Street, G S 

Potts (Joseph) & Son, Main Street, G S 
Shaw Wm. Jr., Main Street, G S 

Smith Thos. H., Main Street, G S 

Taft A. H., Main Street, G S 

Willard J. B., Main Street, G S 

Wiswall Howard, Jr., Main Street, G S 
Whitehurst Jas. J., Main Street, G S 

Berbank & Gallagher, Main Street, 

Wines, Wholesale 
Gautier D. E., Union Aliey, Liq., Saloon 
Farrow Jas. H., Water Street, Liq. Saloon 
Mallison W. C, Main Street, Liq. Saloon 
Mason Thos. J., Martin Street, Liq, Saloon 
Johnson J. H., Main Street, Liq. Saloon 
Patrick B., Water Street, Liq. Saloon 

Pohlman Fred., Main Street, Liq. Saloon 
Wilkerson — ., Water Street, Liq. Saloon 
Warren Henry, Main Street, Liq. Saloon 
Wise L. J., Union Alley, Liq. Saloon 

Buckman C. G., Main St., Gro. & Confec. 
Jackson G. A., Main St., Gro. & Confec. 
Quinn L. C, Main St., Gro. & Confec. 
Archbell John B., Market St., Liv. Stables 
Gallagher F., Main Street, Drugs 

Carmer J. R., Main Street, ©rugs 

Moore Harvey, (col.) Main St., Baker 
Dibble Sylvester, (col.) Main St., Barber 
James Henry, (col.) Main St., Barber 

Bass John B., Main St., Fash. Tailor 
Gowan John W., Main St., Fash. Tailor 
Robinson (T. M.) & Co., Water St,, 

Com. Merchants 
Havens B. F., Main 8t„ Com. Merchant 
Myers' Sons John, AVater St. Com. M'ch'ts. 
Bell Mrs. Annie, Main St., Miliner 

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Mooring Mrs. Mary, Main St., Miliner 
Sartovious F. H., Main St., Jeweler 

Bell J. N., Main Street, Jeweler 

Iloj't E. S., Main Street, Hardware 

Cordon Setb H., Main St., Cab. & Uudt. 
Gardner F. J., Main St., Cab. & Undt. 
Holtzclieiter F. J., Market St., Gunsmith 
Burbank & Gallagher, Main St., 

Brokers and Agts. 
(Ga., Home Fire In., Co. Jefiferson Fire 
In., Co., Va. James River Fire In., Co., 
Va. & N. C. Life Assurance and Trust Co.) 
Johnson J. A., Marlin St., Paint. & Letr'ng 
Hyatt L., Main Street, Tinner 

Schirmer, Main Street, Tinner 

MINISTERS. 

Long John S. Washington, Meth 

Moore W. H., Washington, Meth 

Hughes N. Collin, Washington, Epis 

Dalton P. H., Washington, Pres 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

G. & Saw, Washington, W.R. S. Burbank, 
G. & Saw, Washington, Frank Hodges, 
G. & Saw, Washington, J. W. L. Harvey, 
G. & Saw, Washington, Geo. Tankard, 
G. & Saw, Pantego, Richard Reddick, 
G. & Saw, Pantego, Z. T. Adams, 
G. & Saw, Blount's Creek, Ruff & Bros., 
G. & Saw, Washington, S. T. Carrow, 
G. & Saw, steam, Durham's Creek, Willard, 
G. & Saw, steam, South Creek, Springer 

& Bro., 
G. & Saw, steam, Bath, W. W. Walling, 

PHYSICIANS. 

Blount Wm. A., Washington, 
Biyan Jesse G., Washington. 
McDonald John, Washington, 
Long Jas. F., Washington, 
Tayloe D. T, Washington, 
Smith Benjamin, Washington. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 



South Creek, , 

Blount's Creek, , 

Washington, Wm. Eborn, 
Bath, Thomas Ormond, 
Pantego, Solomon S Latham, 
Leachville, Mills Rogers. 

SCHOOLS. 

Male Academy, Washington, C. C. Lovejoy, 
Prim. School, Washington, Mrs. M. Dimock, 
Prim. School, Washington, Mary F. Maules, 
Prim. School, Washington, Mrs. Georgi- 
anna Duren, 



Prim. School, Washington, Miss Sarah M. 

Robinson, 
Prim. School, Mrs. Eliza A. O'Brien, 
Prim. School (col.) Washington, Mrs. 

Hanly. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

R. A. Chancey, 1,570 acres ; Edwin G. 
Hodges, 3,300 , Thos. H. Blouut, 120 ; Jas. 
R. Grist, 415 ; Wm. B. Rodman, 32,475 ; 
Dr. J. G. B. Myers, 1,250; 0. H. P. Tank- 
ard, 1,400 ; S. F. Osborn, 268; J. B. Stick- 
ney, 650 ; Wm. T. Gard, 650 ; Samuel T. 
Carrow, 4,400; Wm. PL Patrick, 1,200; 
Churchill Bright, 1,263 ; Harvey Hill, 659 ; 
Wm. Stilley, 839; C. J. Stilley, 388 ; Red- 
ding Tuten, 1,181; C. W. Bonner, 357; 
John B. Bonner, 1,450 ; Geo. W. Guilford, 
628, N. W. Guilford, 1,682 ; Josephus Peed, 
169; James W. Swindell, 300; B. T. Bon- 
ner, 1,140 ; E. S. Marsh, 3,260 ; John D. 
Watson, 445 ; Benjamin Compeu, 205 
Washington ; Wm. Gaylord, 1,092; John I 
Rowland, 2,870; H. W. Gaylord, 975 
Bath ; Samuel Wiudley, 355 ; John G 
Brinn, 340; Pantego; Jas. Latham, 250 
Caleb F. Clark, 3,865; James B. Clark, 
330 ; Leachville. 

Surface. — Low and swampy, generally 
rich. 

Staples. — Cotton, Corn, Fish, Naval 
Stores, Shingles and Lumber. 



BEETIE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 14,810. 

County Seat — Windsor. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court.M. P. Gurley. 

Coroner John G. Mitchell. 

f Wm. J. Cherry, Ch., 



Commissioners . 



Wm. P. Mitchell, 
F. W. Bell, 
Benj. F. King, 
'{'Augustus Bobbins, 

Eegister of Deeds E. L. Simmons. 

Survegor J. J- Rhodes. 

Sheriff Lewis Bond. 

Standard Keeper . 

Solicitor \st Bis J. W. Albertson. 

Treasurer A. R. Thompson. 

TOWN OFFICERS.— Windsor. 



Mayor L. S. Webb. 

C Turner Wilson, 
Commissioners •< G. F. Skinner, 

f P. H. Mountain. 



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HOTEL. 

Windsor, Windsor, P. H. Mountain. 

LAWYERS. 

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

MANUFACTORY. 

Saddlery and Harness, Windsor, J. J. 
Jacobs. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bond John T., Windsor, G S 

Gray (Geo.) & Son, Windsor, G 8 

Gurley Wm. P., Windsor, G S 

Haves Willie D., Colerain, G S 

Hardy & Bishop, Roxabel, G S 

Holly & Piland, Mill Landing, G S 

Johnson J. P., Hotel, G S 

Lewis W., Hotel, G S 

Norfleet Hardy, Roxabel, G S 

Norman A. W., Windsor, G S 

Perry M. V., Windsor, G S 

Skirwin Thos. W., Windsor, G S 

Sessoms John W., Colerain, G S 

Wilson Turner, Windsor, G S 

Wilson & Mizill, Colerain, G S 

Bascoe & Co., Windsor, Q S 

Mountain & Askew, Windsor, G S 

Mardre Wm. B., Windsor, G S 

Mitchell & Thompson, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Bunch Jeremiah, Windsor, Bap 

Craigt A. M., Windsor, Bap 

Harrell David, Wind.sor, Bap 

Mitchell,John, Pitch Landing. Bap 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Saw and Grist, Windsor, Craig, Taylor & 

GilHam, 
Steam Saw, Windsor, S. G. Burroughs, 
Saw and GriKt, Windsor, Jas. Burdan. 
Saw and Grist, Windsor, Mitchell (W. G.) 

& Mitchell (John). 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bernard S. A., Hotel, 
Dunston H. V., Merry Hill, 
Gilliam Francis, AViudsor, 
Henry Peyton T., Colerain, 
Sraallwood Chas., Hotel, 
Smaliwood Thos. J. P., Windsor, 



Sutton Wm. T., Jr.. Windsor, 
Wilson Turner, Windsor. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Windsor, F. W. Bell, 
Hotel, H. F. Williams, 
Colerain, John W. Sessoms, 
Roxabel, Mrs. C. M. Cox. 

Mill Landing, , 

Merry Hill, . 

SCHOOLS. 

Windsor Academy (Female), Miss Bettie 
Outlaw and Miss Maggie Jordan. 

FARMERS. 

T. J. P. Smaliwood, 2,500 acres; John 
P. Rasear, 2,600 ; F. C. Miller, 2,000 ; Jas. 
Bond, 1,800; S. A. Norfleet, 1,200; Au- 
gustus Holly, 3,000; G. W. Capehart, 
2,000 ; John Cooper, 1,000 ; W. T. Shan- 
ock, 1,500; Charles Smaliwood, 1,000; 
Wm. F. Sutton, 1,000; James S. Slitchell, 
1,500 ; Joseph H. Etheridge, 1,500 ; Jno. 
Wilson, 1,000 ; Elherton Wilson, 800 ; Jehu 
N. Webb, 600 ; JohnR Smaliwood, 1,800; 
Windsor, 

Surface. — Low, level and rich — well 
watered by the Cashie river and branches. 

Staples. — Cotton and Corn. 



BLADEN COUNTY, 

Population in 1860 11,995 

County Se-Bt — Elizabethtown. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court.. Uemy P. Crowell. 

Coroner Alex. McDonald. 

C James Cashwell, Ch. 



Commissoners: . 



— Perry, 
.Jesse Crooms, 
A. J. McDonald, 



Register of Deeds Evander Singletary. 

Surveyor Jacob Freeman. 

Sheriff E. Eldridge. 

Solicitor Ath Bis John A. Richardson. 

Standard Keeper — . 

Treasurer Dugald Blue. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Hickoiy Gro-'e, Bladenboro, E. D. 

Johnson, Bap 

Shady Grove, Bladen, — Sessoms, Bap 



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Chapel, Elizabethtown, W.S. Chaffin, Meth 
Chapel, Elizabelhtown, , Pres 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hall's House, Elizabethtown, G. W. Hall, 
Boarding, Elizabethtown, Mrs. Tredwell, 
Boarding, Elizabethtown, Wm. White. 

LAWYERS. 

Kemp A. S , Elizabethtown, 
Richardson John A., Elizabethtown, 
Sutton Thos. H.. Elizabelhtown, 
Lyon R. H., Elizabethtown, 
McGill John W., Elizabethtown. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Carriages, Bladenboro, H. & T. Pittman, 

Carriages, Blandenboro, Hester, 

Carriages, Carver's Creek, Parker, 

Turpentine Distillery, Elizabethtown, Mc- 

Dougald, 
Turp. Dis., Elizabethtown, J. A. McDowell, 
Turp. Dis., Elizabethtown, A. Rinaldi, 

Turp. Dis., Elizabethtown, Lesesne, 

Turp. Dis.. Bladenboro, Robert Tate, 
Turp. Dis., Bladen, Peter Peacock, 
Turp. Dis., Brown Marsh, Clark & Currie, 
Turp. Dist., Horse Shoe, . 

MERCHANTS. 

Cumings, Rinaldi & Co., Elizabeth- 
town, G S 
Hall Geo. W., Elizabethtown, G 8 
Lylle & Bro., Elizabethtown, G S 
Love (L. D.,) &, Co., Elizabethtown, G S 
Rinaldi A., Elizabethtown, G S 
White Jas. M., Elizabethtown, G S 
Dwinell & Foster, Blandenboro, G S 
Tate Robert, Bladenboro, G S 
Bobbins J. D., Bladenboro, G S 
Bladen Land Co., Bladenboro, G S 
Clark & Currie, Brown Marsh, G S 
, Horse Shoe, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Cashwell James, Bladen, Bap 

Sessoms , Brown Marsh, Bap 

Elizabethtown, Pres 

Chaffin W. S., Elizabethtown, Meth 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Steam Saw & Grist, Yorkville, J. Dwinell, 
S. Saw, Blandenboro, Eldridge & Fisher, 
Sieam S. & G., Bladen, Bladen Land Co., 

Saw, Council Bluff, Melvin, 

Grist, Bladenboro, John Butler, 
Grist, Bladenbore, Daniel White, 
Grist, Bladenboro, — Hester, 



Grist, Brown Marsh, — Brown, 

G. and Saw, Carver's Creek, . 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bizzell Wm. A., Elizabethtown, 
Graham Neill, White Hall, 
Lewis B. F., Elizabethtown, 
Monroe Wm. J., Council Bluff, 
McDonald A. K , Elizabethtown, 
Ross Simpson, White Hall, 
Shipman A. J., Brown Marsh, 
Willis Wm., Council Bluff, 
McCollum D., Bladenboro. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Bladen, James Cashwell, 
Brown Marsh, Miss C. R. Sink, 
Bladenborough, Sarah J. Monroe, 
Crowell's Mills, Heary P. Crowell, 
Elizabethtown, J. E. Eldridge, 
EUisville, Duncan Ballard, 
French Creek Church, Jones H. Allen, 
West Brook, Mrs. R. Davis, 
White Oak, S. G. Hamilton. 
Rorkville, F. W. Foster, 

SCHOOLS. 

Academy, Maysvllle, , 

Academy, Bladenboro, . 

PROMINENi FARMERS. 

John A. McDowell, Thos. McDowell, 

Thos. Smith, — McMillen, — Robeson, 
John T. Council, Jacob Sutton, James 
Melvin, T. D. Love, Dugald Blue, I,liz- 
ahethtoivn; John T. Butler, John Butler, 
Charles and John Ivey. Duncan McLean, 
David Callihan, Bladenboro ; James Cash- 
well, Barnibas Brown, Bladen; Jas. H. 
Clark, Shade Wooteu, A. J. Shipman, 
Hugh A. McCollum. Brown Marsh ; J. H. 
Perry, John Edwards, liosendale ; Thos. O. 
Brown, John Brown, Wm. Miller, Curtis' 
Creek. ^ p.f Z>.F 

SoRFACE. — Level, Sandy and rich, on 
the river. 

Staples. — Corn, Cotton, Oats, Grapes, 
Sweet Potatoes and Naval Stores. 



beunswiok: county. 

Population in 1860 8,400 

County Seat—SiiiTHViLLB. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. .Walter G. Curtis. 
Coroner Wm. Brown. 



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BUNCOMBE. 



Commissioners : . 



Eegister of Deeds . . . 

Surveyor 

Sheriff 

Solicitor 4ith Bis . , 
Standard Keeper . . . 
Treasvrer , 



f Ed. W. Taylor, Ch'n. 
T. G. Sellers, 
James King, 
W. B. Robertson, 
^ Jolin Inman. 

. .L. A. Galloway, 

..Nelson Bennett. 

. .S. P. Swain. 

..John A. Richardson. 



.J. H. Theese. 



Math 

Meth 

Meth 

Meth 

Meth 

Bap 

Bap 

Epis 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Church, Smith ville,W. M. D. Moore, 
Mt. Zion, Smithville, Geo. W. Pugh, 
Chapel, Shallotte, Geo. W. Pugh, 
Chapel, Wayman, Geo. W. Pugh, 
Chapel, Smithville, A. Smith, (col.) 
Union, Robeson, J. P. Lennon, 
Bryans Chapel, J. P. Lennon, 

St." Phillip's, Smithville, , 

Old Brunswick, (ten miles above 
Smithville, on the Cape Fear, 
in ruins — said to be the oldest 
Church in N. C.) 



HOTELS AND BOARDING tlOUSES. 

Hotel. Smithville, John Rich, 

Boarding House, Smithville, Mrs. M. 

Duffie, 
Boarding House, Smithville, Mrs. E. Davis, 
Boarding House, Smithville, Mrs. M. 

Stuait. 

LAWYERS. 

Allen D. C, Robeson's, 

Russell D. L., jr. (Judge,) Town Creek, 

Ross Asa, Smithville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Crapon (G. M.,) & Co., Smithville, G S 
Legg Edwin, Smithville, G S 

Piioeleau P. Smithville, G S 

Theese John H., Smithville, G S 

Wescott John L., Smithville, G S 

Hansley T. S., Smithville, Photographer 

MINISTERS. 

Moore W. M. D., Smithville, local,) Meth 

Pugh Geo. W., Smithville, (local,) Meth 

Smith A. G., Smithville, (col.) Meth 

Lennon J. P., Robeson's, Bap 

Wescott John L., Smithville, Bap 

Wescott J. T., Smithville, Bap 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Saw and Grist, Smithville, Mercer & Addy. 
Steam and Grist, Wm. J. Patton, 



PHYSICIANS. 

Curtis Walter G., Smithville, 

Henry , Robeson's, 

Lucas A. B., Robeson's, 
Potter F. W., Town Creek, 
Tolson J. C, Shallotte, 
Thurston Stephen D., Smithville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Robeson's, Mrs. M. E. Brincley, 
Smithville, Edwin Legg, 
Shallotte, Lewis B. Smith. 

SCHOOLS. 

Wayman's Academy, Robeson's, , 

Academy, Smithville, S. D. Thurston. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Daniel L. Russel, jr., F. G. Sellers, P. 
L. Sellers, Daniel Walker, F. W. Potter, 
James Ward, (Town Creek.) P. TFil- 
mington: B. D. Morrill, W. B. Robeson, D. 
C. Allen, A. B. Lucas, J. Green, Vaughn 
Bird, L. Malpass, J. McCoy, J. C. Rowell, 
Robeson ; Marion Galloway, G. W. Swain, 
Thos. G. Drew, Neal Galloway, Locktvood 
Folly; John C. Swain, George Wescott, 
Jerrett Mathis, Wm. McCrackin, William 
Brown, Smithville. 

VINEYARDS. 

B. D. Morrill, 40 acres, 1,600 vines, Rob- 
eson, 
Ebenezer Emmons, 25 acres, 1,000 vines, 
Robeson. 

Surface. — Level, sandy and swampy in 
places. 

Staples. — Ground Peas, Sweet Pota- 
toes. Corn, Rice, Turpentine and Lumber. 

U. S. FORTIFICATIONS. 

Fort Caswell, 2 miles below Smithville, 
Fort Johnson, at Smithville — Garrisoned, 
Ft. Anderson, 10 miles north of Smithville, 
Fort Fisher, near Smithville, but in New 

Hanover Co., and celebrated for the 

battles in 1864-5. 



BUNCOMBE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 12,654 

County Seat — Asheville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. S&mes B. Reed. 
Coroner Mitchell Brank. 



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BUNCOMBE. 



BUNCOMBE. 



■R. Hawkins, Ch., 
J. C. Davidson, 

Commissioners -i Morton Roberts, 

Moses Cochran, 
L G. F. Penland. 

Register of Deeds. . . .AViley S. Roberts. 

Surveyor Piukney Fox. 

Sheriff Jesse Sumner. 

Solicitor Wth Bis . . .Virgil S. Lusk. 

Standard Keeper James Stradley, 

Treasurer Calvin Patton. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Station, Asheville, W. S. Kennedy, Meth 

Chapel, Reem's Creek, , Meth 

Chapel, Sandy Mush, — Kerr, Meth 

Davidson's Chapel, Asheville, , Meth 

Montmorensa, Hominy Ck., — Kerr, Meth 
Pleasant Hill, Hominy Ck., — Kerr, Meth 
Sardis, Hominy Creek, — Kerr, Meth 
Station, Asheville, Thos. Stradley, Bap 
Berea, Swannanoa, Thos. Stradley, Bap 
Hominy, Hominy Creek, J. Amnions, Bap 

Sand Hill, Hominy Creek, , Bap 

Church, Asheville, H. H. Banks, Pres 
Piney Grove, Swannanoa, H. H. 

Banks, Pres 

St , Asheville, Jarvis Buxton, Epis 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Eagle, Asheville, Wm. P. Blair, 
Buck's, Asheville, W. W. Smith, 
Buncombe, Asheville, B. J. Smith, 
Tavern, Swannanoa, Geo. C. Alexander, 
Tavern, Hominy Creek, S. B. Gudger, 
Boarding, Hominy Creek, Solomon Luther. 
Tavern, Reem's Creek, A. Alexander. 

LAWYERS. 

Atkinson Nat., Asheville, 

Coke W. M., Asheville, 

Coke W. N., jr., Asheville, 

Candler W. G., Hominy Creek, 

Carter — , Asheville, 

Coleman David, Asheville, 

Davidson T. F., Asheville, 

Bailey Wm. M., (Ex-Judge), Asheville, 

Erwin Marcus, Asheville, 

Gudger Jos. M., Turkey Creek, 

Lusk Virgil S., Hominy Creek, 

Henry J. L., Asheville, (Judge S. C.,) 

Martin Gen. J. G., Asheville, 

Hardy W. M., Asheville, 

McCloud — , Asheville, 

Merrimon Jas. H., Asheville, 

Merrimon Emory, Asheville, 

Johnson Thos., Asheville, 

Weaver John, Asheville, 

Woodfin Nick W., Asheville. 



MANUFACTORIES. 

Linseed Oil, Reem's Creek, Wra. Coleman, 
Cheese Press, Asheville, N. W. Woodfin 

& Co. (A new and successful enterprise.) 
Lime, Cain Creek, Dr. J. Garren, 
Wool Carding, Asheville, J. Alexander. 
Wool Carding, Reem's Creek, J. Weaver, 
Tannery, Reem's Creek, — Clieek, 
Tannery, Leicester, J. M. Stevens, 
Tannery, Asheville, W. D. Rankin &Co. , 
Tannery, (steam), Asheville, S. Q. Kerr 

&Co., 
Tobacco, Reem's Creek, R. V. Blackstock 

& Dickerson, 
Wagons, Hominy Creek, W. L. Henry, 
Wagons, Hominy Creek, W. L. Henry, 
Wagons, Hominy Creek, W. G. Candler. 
Foundry, Asheville, Eph. Clayton, 
Tannery, Asheville, M. P. Penland. 

MERCHANTS. 

Alexander J. H., Asheville, G S 
Aston E. J., Asheville, Drug and Books 

Alexander A., Reem's Creek, G S 

Beard & Chapman, Asheville, G S 

Chapman, Leicester, G S 

Cathey J., Hominy Creek, G S 
Hilliard (W. L.) & Weaver, Asheville, 

Drugs 
Jones John, Asheville, Drugs 

Kerr SG., Asheville, GS 
McDowell (W. W)& Spiers (G. T.) 

Asheville, G S 

Merrimon B. H., Asheville, G S 
Polk (E. A.) & Summy (A. T.), 

Asheville. G S 

Pulliam R. W., Asheville, G S 

Roberts G. M, Asheville, G S 

Ray Edmond, Asheville, G S 

Rankin W. D., Asheville, G S 

Smithers John, Hominy Creek, G S 

Smith (L. H.) & Co., Asheville, G S 

Weaver Monlroville, Reem's Creek, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Atkins F. W., Asheville, (Local) Meth 
Dula Thos., Asheville, " Meth 

Dula T. M., Stocksville, " Meth 

Kerr — , Asheville, " Meth 

Kennedy W. S., Asheville, " Meth 
Merrimon B. H., Asheville, " P. Meth 
McAlfee S. J., Reem's Creek, " Meth 
Penly G. W., Hominy Creek, " Meth 
PeikinsR.W., Reem's Creek, " Meth 
Reynolds John, Asheville, " Meth 

Reagan Dr.G. A., Reem's Creek," Meth 
Weaver J. S., Reem's Creek " Meth 
Weaver N. M., Reem's Creek, " Meth 
Miller Jos., Turkey Creek, Prim. Bap 

Stradley Thos., Asheville, Prim. Bap 



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Perhan John, Turkey Creek, Prim. Bap 
Morgan Enoch, Hominy Creek, Bap 

Banks H. H., Asheville, Pres 

Morrison W. N., Swannanoa, Pres 

Stewart Curtis, Swannanoa, Pres 

Buxton Jarvis, Asheville, Epis 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Mch't Flour and Saw, Swannanoa, M. 

Patton, 
Mch't F. and Q., Sandy Mush, J. Reves, 
G. and Saw, Swannanoa, Mrs. Daugherty, 
Mch't F. and G., Asheville, ,J. Smith, 
Mch't F. and G., Hominy Creek, J. Cathey, 
G. and Saw, Turkey Creek, J. Frisbey, 
G. and Saw, Hominy Creek, R. L. Jones, 
G. and Saw, Asheville, M. P. Penland, 
Mch't F. and G., Hominy Creek, M. L. 

Henry, 
Mch't F. & G., Reem's Creek, W. Coleman, 
Mch't F. S. & G., Turkey Creek, S. Gudger, 
G. and Saw, Asheville, N. W. Woodfin, 
G. and Saw, Hominy Creek, W. G. Candler, 
Mch't F. and G., Hominy Creek, John 

Sraithers, 
Mch't F. and G., Hominy Creek, S. N. 

Stephens, 
G. and Saw, Hominy Creek, A. Warren, 
G. and Saw, Hominy Creek, Dan'l Davis, 
G. and Saw, Hominy Creek, Ben. Curtis, 
G. and Saw, Cain Creek, W. Lankford. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Baird J. M., Asheville, 
Candler C. N., Asheville, 
Candler J. M., Hominy Creek, 
Gudger David M., Hominy Creek, 
Hardy J. F. E., Asheville, 
Hardy J. G., Asheville, 
Hilliard W. L.. Asheville, 
Logan Chas., Hominy Creek, 
McDowell J. A., Asheville, 
Summey D. F., Asheville, 
Stephens J. M., Leicester, 
Reagan J. A., Reem's Creek, 
Reynolds John, Asheville, 
Thrash G. H., Hominy Creek. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Asheville, John Jones, 
Avery's Creek, Richard Ledhetter, 
Fairview, Mrs. Naoma Smith, 
Hominy Creek, Sarah Penland, 
Leicester, John Carpenter, 
Reem's Creek, Mary E. McClure, 
Sandy Mush, Lou H. Wells, 
Shufordsville, F. E. Livingston, 
Stocksville, Pleasant Lankford, 
Swannanoa, Miss E. R. Patten, 



Turnpike, J. C. Smithers, 

Warm Springs, Alex. R. Anderson, 

NEWSPAPERS. 

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

SCHOOLS. 

Holston Con. Female College, Asheville, 

W. S. Kennedy. 
Classical Acad., Male, Asheville, S. Lee, 

Academy, North, Asheville, , 

Academy, South, Asheville, — Murdock, 
High School, Reem's Creek, A. J. McAlfee, 

(Masonic and Friends of Temperance.) 

Sand Hill Acad., Hominy Creek, , 

Academy (Epis.), Leicester, . 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

S. C Gudger, Sol. Luther, R. L Jones, 
J. R. Jones, A. B. Jones, W. H. Moore, 
Jesse T. Israel, Benj. Curtis, Robt. Joyce, 
Asbury Davis, Hominy Creek ; A. M. Gud- 
ger, Rob. Gudger, Rob. Hawkins, G. W. 
Hampton, P. J. Israel, R. F. Moore, Jas. 
Mears, Turkey Creek ; James Lowry, Jno. 
W. Wells, Jackson Wooley, Centre Rob- 
erson, Sandy Mush ; N. W. Woodtin, Jas. 
Jarrett, P. J. Gaston, Montreville Patton, 
Daniel Reynolds, Asheville ; Alfred Alex- 
ander, John Weaver, Montreville Weaver, 
Riley Robards, R. V. Blackstock, J. R. 
Weaver, Wm. Beard, G. F. Penland, Wm. 
Fox, Reenis^ Creek; Geo. F. Alexander, 
Calvin Patton, Jas. Padgett, J. C. David- 
son, Swannanoa; David Garren, Joseph 
Garren, Wm. Lankford, Cain Creek; J. P. 
Israel, Moses Cochran, Eli Glenn, Avery's 
Creek. 

Surface. — Mountainous, with rich val- 
leys. 

Staples. — Corn,Wheat, Rye, Oats, Grass 
and Live Stock,. 



BURKE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 9,237 

County Seat — Morganton. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court, .Frank D. Irvin. 
Coroner 



Commissioners: 



.J. A. Rector. 
L. A. Taylor, Ch. 
.John Martin, 
Dr. C. Happoldt, 
S. R. Fincanon, 

t Joseph Denton. 



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BURKE. 



BURKE. 



Begister of Deeds T. A. Seals. 

Surveyor R. J. McElrath. 

Sheriff T. J. Patterson. 

Solicitor of lOfh Bist. . W. P. Caldwell. 

Standard Keeper Henry Abee. 

Treasurer W. A. Bendfield. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

MOEGANTON. 

Mayor Jno. G. Colgrove. 

1A. A. Fleming, 
D. C. Pearson, 
Dr. W. Collett, 
I A. L. Clark, 
(_ David Hennessee. 
Town 'Constable Jas. C. McNeely. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Morganton, Morganton, P. Herman, Meth 

Gilboa, Morsanton, P. Herman, Meth 

Snow Hill, Morganton, P. Herman, Meth 

Obeth, Morganton, P. Herman, Meth 

Shiioh, Morganton, P. Herman, Meth 

Sardis, Morganton, P. Herman, Meth 
Mountain Grove, Morganton Peter 

Herman, Meth 
McDowell's Chapel, Morganton, P. 

Herman, Meth 

Morganton, Morganton, , Epis 

Zion, Morganton, Moody and Gray- 
son, Bap 
Lebannon, Morganton, Moody and 

Grayson, Bap 

Morganton, Morganton, W.O. Shetz, Pres 

Chapel, Morganton, W. C. Shetz, Pres 
Quaker Meadow, Morganton, W, C. 

Shetz, Pres 
African, Morganton, — Nichols, (col. )Meth 

HOTELS. 

Mountain, Morganton, J. M. Happoldt, 
Walton House, Morganton, J. T. Walton. 

LAWYERS. 

Gaither B. S., Morganton, 
Caldwell T. R, Morganton, 
Tate S. C, Morganton, 
Erwin G. P., Morganton, 
Avery A. C, Morganton. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bechtler & Bro., Morganton, Jewellers 

Cobb (J. S.) & Son, Morganton, G S 

Davis J. J., Moraauton, G S 

Fleming A. H., Morganton, G S 

Eraser & Cleywell, Morganton, G S 

Good Wm. C, Morganton, Confec 

Hunt (J. A.,) & Co., Morganton, G S 



Hammershlag S., Morganton, G S 

Hildebrand, Morganton, Confec 

Mull P., Morganton, G S 

Mull Marion, Morganton, Jeweller 

Pearson D. C, Morganton, G S 

Utley (J. A.,) & Co., Morganton, Confec 

MINISTERS. 

Abernathy R. L., Morganton,I(Local,)Meth 

Dorsy John, Morganton, (Local,) Meth 

Dorsy T. A., Morganton, (Local,; Meth 

Herman Peter, Morganton, Meth 

Kaylor N. H., Morganton, (Local,) Meth 

Kaylor F. R., Morganton, (Local,) Meth 

Nichols , Morganton, Meth 

Shetz W. C, Morganton, Prea 

MINES. 

Gold, Wilkerson, White & Co., 
Gold, Pack flul, S. McD. TaLe, 
Gold, Unndleiowu, Jo. Miller. 

There are various mines in the County, 
but not m operation or only partially so. 
Also abounds lu Gold, Iron, Cupper, Lead, 
Plumbago, iseuglabs, &c., &c. Lmvilie 
Mountain seems to be almost a mass of 
iron ore, and is pronounced good — lying 
dormant. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Morganton, Tod R. Caldwell, 
Gnst, Morganton, Ashley Mull, 
Grist, Morganton, VV. F. McKesson, 
Grist, Morganton, John McEirath, 
Grist, Morganton, Jackson McEhalh, 
Grist, Morganton, R. C. Pearson, 
Grist, Morganton, L. F. Warlick, 
Grist, Morganton, Jas. Shufller, 
Grist, Morganton, Charlie tiuddeth. 
Grist, Bridge water, H. C. Beuuetc. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bechtler , Morganton, 

Collett W. A., Morganton, 
Happoldt J. ill., Morganton, 
Happoldt C, Morganton, 
Laxton J. L., Morganton, 
Pearson R. C, Morganton, 
Tate W. C, Morganton. 
Peterson J. S., , 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Bridgewater, Mrs. Halberton, 
Bridgetown, James H. Hall, 
Happy Home, Wm. Connell, 

Icard Station, , 

Liuville River, Wm. C, Wise, 
Morganton, Miss Jennie E. McErath. 



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SCHOOLS. 

Eutherford Seminary, Icard, Rev. R. L. 

Abernathy, 
Academy, Morganton, W. A. Moore, 
Table Rock Sem. Morganton, , 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

D. J. Forney, R. V. Michaux, J. Ruth- 
erford, Thomas Canby, D. J. Corpening, 
Philip Anthony, Wm. Gibbs, R. N. Kin- 
caid, S. E. Canly, C. D. Giles, Philip War- 
lick, J. R. Sudderh. W. S. Sudderh, J. S. 
Parks, J. H. Pearson, J. H. Hall, John 
Collett, A. C. Avery, W. F. Avery, Robt. 
Alexander, James Avery, Theodore Avery, 
E. P. Moore, Joshua Gibbs, W. F. Gibbs, 
Wm. Fullwood, Rufus Avery, J. A. Har- 
shaw, T. J. Halyburton, J. C. Halyburton, 
Morganton. 

Surface. — Hilly and in places moun- 
tainous. Interspersed with rich valleys. 

Staples. — Corn, Wheat, Oats, Rye, But- 
ter and Live Stock. 



CABARRUS COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 10,546. 

County Seat — Concord. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court.Sohn A. McDonald, 

Coroner H. L. Groner, 

f Daniel S. Caldwell, 
John Hileman, 
Joseph Young, 
Daniel Coleman, 
Cyrus W. Alexander. 
.David Winecoff, 
.A. F. Hurley, 
. W. P. Bynum, 

Surveyor William A. WiUiford, 

Standard Keeper Willis Elkins, 

Treasurer R. S. Harris, 



Commissioners 



Eegister of Deeds. 

Sheriff 

Solictter 9th Bis. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 



Mayor. 



C. A. Caldwell, 

r Dr. John Fink, 
D. M. Fink, 
Commtssxoners \ ^^^^ j, McDonald, 

I. J. M. Alexander. 

CHURCHES AND PASTERS. 

Bethpage. William Pharr, Pres 

Concord, E. H. Harding, Pres 

Coddle Creek, John E. Presly, Pres 

Concord, Luke Dorland, (col.) Pres 



Rocky River, D. A. Penick, Pres 

Poplar Lent, D. A. Penick, Pres 

Concord, R. R. Pegues, Meth 

St. Pauls, E. A. Simmons, Meth 

Union, R. R. Pegues, Meth 

St. James, D. R. Dreher, Luth 

St. John, L. C. Groseclose, Luth 

N. C. College, L. A. Bikle, Luth 

HOTEL. 

Concord Hotel, L. F. Whitaker, 

LAWYERS. 

Barringer W, C, Concord, 
Coleman Daniel, Concord, 
Long J. M., Concord, 
Montgomery Wm. J., Concord, 

MANUFACTURING &C. 

Steam Cotton, Concord, J. McDonald &, 

Son, 
Cotton, Rocky River, J. R. Nicelar, 
Biacksmilhing, Concord, D. L. Heathcock, 
Blacksmithing, Concord, P. J. Brown, 
Blacksmithing, Concord, C. A. Yost, 
Blacksmithing,, Concord, G. W. Beaty, 
Boot and Shoe, Concord, Stephen G. Murr, 
Boot and Shoe, Concord, Jas. C. Benson, 
Carriages, Concord, Miles B. Leslie, 
Carriages, Concord, VV. C. Boyd, 
Cabinet, Concord, P. S. Deaton & Co., 
Carpentering, Concord, W. A. Patterson, 
Carpentering, Concord, David Luther, 
Tailoring, Concord, J. M. Alexander, 
Tailoring, Concord, D. T. Bostion, 
Masonry, Concord, Thos. J. Eagle, 
Masonry, Concord, Josiah Stone, 
Saddle and Harness, Concord, Wallace & 

Hill, 
Tin and Sheet Iron, Concord, J. W. 

Rogers, 
Tin and Sheet Iron, Concord, Willis 

Elkins, 
Watch Repairing and Jewelry, Concord, 

M. C. H, Davis, 
Watch Repairing and Jewelry, Concord, 

M. H. Lindsey, 
Tannery, Concord, G. H. Brown, 
Tannery, Concord, John N. Cline, 
House Painter Concord, J. A. Patterson & 

Sons, 
Wool Carding, Harisburg, Titer Joshua, 

MERCHANTS. 

Alleson (R. W.) & Son, Concord, G S 

Caldwell (C. A.) & Co., Concord, G S 

Cook William E., Concord, G S 

Cook & Kinley, Mt., Pleasant, G S 

Elkins Willis, Concord, G S 



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Foard (R. W.) & Son, Concord, G S 

Fihher J. S., Concord, G S 

File & Harkey, Mt., Pleasant, G S 

Flow & Barnhart, Pioneer Mills, G S 

Gibson (J. P.) & Brother, Concord, G S 
Grover H. L.. Concord, Ret., Liq 

Moss A. H., Concord, G S 

McDonald (John,) & Son, Concord, G S 
Maxwell Nesbit & Co., Concord, G S 

Misenheimer, Cox,&Co.,Mt., Pleasant G S 
Phifer & Cannon, Concord, G S 

Reed Joel, Concord, G S 

Rodgers, J. W., Concord, G S 

Parker J. S., Concord, Ret., Liq 

Russell John, Concord, G S 

Parkei- & Deaton, Concord, Ret., Liq 

Smith & White, Concord, G S 

Wallace & Russell, Concord, G S 

Williams «fe Williford, Concord, G S 

Williford & Finch, Concord, G S 

York (A. J.,) & Co., Concord, G S 

Burcheall «fe Blackwelder, Concord, 

Livery Stables, 
Rich Thomas L., Concord, Livery Stables 

MINISTERS. 

Arto William, Mt., Pleasant, Luth 

Bikle L. A., Mt. Pleasant, Luth 

Bunham G. D., Mt. Pleasant, Luth 

Dreher D. I., Mt. Pleasant, Luth 

Groseclose L. C, Mt. Pleasant, Luth 
Borland Luke, Concord, Col. Pres 

Harding E. H., Concord, Pres 

Penick D. A., Sr., Pioneer Mills, Pres 

Penick D. A. Jr., Concord, Pres 

Pharr William, Coddle Creek, Pres 

Pressly John E., Coddle Creek, As. Ref 

Simmons E. A.. Mt. Pleasant, Meth 

Pegues R. R., Concord, Meth 

MINES. 

(A statement of the most Productive Mines in 
CabarniB County, Dec. 18«8.— By Capt. W. H. 
Orchard, (Practical Miner.) 

The Reed Mine, is situated about 12 
miles south from Concord, the largest nug- 
get found in the State was found at this 
mine ; the ores on the lower hill veins are 
exceedingly rich ; of late years no work 
has been done on that part^of the mine,; 
the upper hill has been very rich in places 
and it is thought the mine would pay well, 
with proper management — depth 100 feet. 
Owned by Philadelphia parties. 

The Fukr Mine, adjoining the Reed on 
the North side, has been very recently 
opened, a shaft has been sunk 76ft. — vein 
carrying galena rich in silver with iron 
pyrites and quartz. — Owned by Allen Furr, 
Cabarrus. 

The First National Mines, is situated 



9 miles S. E. from Concord, and con- 
sists of a large quartz ledge; a 20 stamp 
mill with the necessary steam power has 
been erected during the present year; but 
little work has been done to test the value 
of the mine. — Owned by a N. Y. Company. 

The CABAKKtTS Mink adjoining is on 
the same ledge ; a 10 stamp mill is in pro- 
cess of erection but like the First National 
it is entirely undeveloped. — Owned by a 
Washington D. C. Company. ' 

Thg Phcbnix Mines, is situated 7 miles 
S. E. from Concord; this property has 
several veins, all of which are productive. 
The property is in the very heart of the 
mineral belt, and has steam power with 

10 stamp mill complete, and has yielded 
some 930.000 dollars ; it is, beyond doubt, 
one of the most valuable property's in the 
State. — Owned mostly by R. T. Brock. 

The Excelsiok Mike, adjoining the 
Phceuix on the east, is another valuable 
property, and has mostly the same veins 
passing through it ; this property has not 
been worked to the same extent as the 
Phoenix and therefore has yielded less. — 
Owned by W. P. Fumiss New York. 

The Bangle Mink, is situated to the 
North of the Phoenix, and adjoining ; this 
property is also very extensive, and em- 
braces a great number of veins, so exten- 
sive that, if properly opened, would yield 
fifty ton of ore per day. — Owned by R. 
D. Cullen New York. 

To the North and adjoining the Bangle 
Mines is the FaggektMine; tiiis property 
is much Smaller in extent than those be- 
fore mentioned, but is a valuable mine. — 
Owned by J. T. Faggert, Cabarrus, Co. 

The North Barrier Mines, is situated 
to the south of the Phrenix, and adjoining. 
It embraces some of the Phoenix veins ; two 
steam engines with a 10 stamp mill are 
erected on the mine and in operation ; the 
prospects of the mine are very flattering. — 
Owned by a Washington D. C. Company. 

The Barrier property is adjoining the 
North Barrier Mine to the S. W., and 
from which the North Barrier Mine takes 
its name ; this property is very valuable 
and was always considered by the late 
Professor Emmons as one among the 
most valuable mines on the Atlantic coast. 

The Pioneer Mills Mine, is one among 
the earliest discovered mines of the State ; 
it is situated about 12 miles S. W. from 
Concord ; this mine has yielded large 
amounts of gold, and Is a valuable property 
as well for copper as gold. — Owned by 
Aiken & McCullock Albany N. Y. 

There are a number of smaller propertys, 
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a permanent, existence, allhougb some are 
in actual operation — (to wit) : 

The Fisher Mine in operation by a 
Pittsburg Pa. Co. 

The Blackwelder Mine in operation by 
a Buffalo N. Y. Co. 

The Blackwelder, Bost, Ritchie, Bar- 
ringer. — Owned in the county but not 
worked. 

The Cruse, Sudwick, Shinpock, Dry, 
Earnhardt, Barrier, (on Buffalo Creek on 
the First National Ledge,) Shinn, Freed- 
man, Rhoda Furr, (on the First National 
Mine Ledge,) Tucker, Fink, Boger, Gil- 
liam's, Newell, Pharr, Bost or Rocky River. 
Owned in the county and worked. 

Several of these having no history will 
some day after a thorough development 
of the gold resources of this county prove 
to be valuable mines and yielding largely 
of the precious metals. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Mt. Pleasant, William Arto, 
G. and Saw, Mt. Pleasant, M. Barrier, 
G. and Saw, Bost Mills, Geo. W. Bost, 
Grist. Concord, Geo. W. Bost, 
G. and Saw, Blackwelder & Go., 

G. and Saw, , Jas. A. Blackwelder, 

Grist, , M. A. Blackwelder, 

Grist, Mt. Pleasant, Catherine Cress, 

G. and Saw, , Cox & Harris, 

Grist, Mt. Pleasant, Paul Day's heirs. 
Grist, Concord, Foard & Smith, 
Grist, Concord, Foard & Dotson, 
G. and Saw, Concord, J. F. Faggart, 

Grist, , Michael Gorman, 

G. and Saw, Concord, Jno. Hileman, 
Grist, Pioneer Mills, Ransom Klutts, 
G. and S., Mt. Pleasant, A. G. Lents & Co., 
G. and Saw, Concord, Jacob L. Litaker, 
Grist, Concord, Moses Lipe, 
Grist, Ml. Pleasant, Daniel Miller, 
G. and Saw, Mt. Pleasant, Moore, Bar- 
ringer & Co., 

Grist, , Hugh Phaw, 

Grist, Concord, J. J. Phaw & Bro. 

Grist, , B. A. Smith, 

G. and Saw, Concord, J. Stirewalt, 

Grist, Harrisburg, John Teter, 

G. and Saw, Mt. Pleasant, M. A. Ury, 

Grist, , Wilson & Bro., 

Grist, , D. C. Purveans. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bingham L. S., Concord, 
Barr R. R., Park Store, 
Barrier — , Mt. Pleasant, 
Blair Isaac H., Pioneer Mills, 
Cosby N. Z., Concord, 
Fink John, Concord, 
Flow D. W., Pioneer Mills, 



Furr Solomon, Concord, 
Wilson — , Harrisburg, 
Gibson E. R., Concord, 
Stuart, Pioneer Mills, 
Gibson J. P., Concord, 
Huston, Harrisburg, 
Gibson J. A., Concord, 
Gilmore S. J., Harrisburg, 
Henderson F. M., Concord, 
Henderson J. L., Mt. Pleasant, 
McEachern J. E., Concord, 
Rose C. R., Mt. Pleasant, 
Smith G. G., Coddle Creek, 
Scott A. H., Concord, 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Concord, J. Wallace, Jr., 
Coddle Creek, W. L. D. Benson, 
Harris Depot, J. L. Kilpatrick, 
Mt. Pleasant, Phillip Greening, 
Pioneer Mills, Miss E. L. Black. 

SCHOOLS. 

Classical School, Concord, Dreher & Rob- 
inson, 
Classical School, Poplar Tent, S. Frontis, 
Classical School, Concord, B. F. Rogers. 
N. C. Col., Mt. Pleasant, C. F. Bonsemer, 
Female School, Concord, Misses Long. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

R. W. Allison, 1,131 acres; C. A. Alex- 
ander, 400; William Bost, 1,570; Allen 
Rogers, 1,046; Moses Barrier, 1,350; 
Daniel Barrier, 1,153 ; Simon and M. L. 
Bost, 1,116; C. J. Harris, 1,112; Wm. S. 
Harris, 1,085 ; E. R. Gibson, 1,310 ; John 
B Moss, 791 ; W. C. Means, 1,457 ; Dan'l 
Miller, 845; Christopher Melchor, 1,8'26 ; 
John S. Morehead, 2,090; R. W.Foard, 

; Caleb Phifer, 854; G. L. Phifer, 

1,075; Hugh S. Pharr, 600; Samuel 
Pharr, 807 ; M. W. Johnston, 449 ; E. R. 
Harris, 574; Ezekiel Johnston, 867; W. 
A. Smith, 1,000 ; Martin' Widenhouse, 
1,418 ; Sarah V. Young, 1,910. 

Surface. — Moderately hilly. 

Staples. — Wheat, Corn, Oats, Grass 
Live Stock and Minerals. 



CALDWELL COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 7,497. 

County Seat — Lenoir. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior CourL.B,. R. Wakefield. 
Coroner J. C. Hartley. 



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Commissioners: 



McCaleb Coffey, Ch. 
Allen Laxton, 
R. G. TutUe, 
L. S. Hartley. 



Entry Taker 

Banger 

Begister of Deeds. 
Sherif. 



,A. A. Scroggs. 



.J. R. Wilson. 

.R. R. McCall. 

Surveyor Jason C. Hartley. 

Solicitor 10th Dis W. P. Caldwell, 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer John P. Powell. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

OF LENOIR. 



Mayor 

Commissioners, 



.E. W. Faucett. 

A. A. Scro2gs, 
G. W. F. Harper, 
H. C.Hamilton, 
W. M. Pratt. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Lenoir, Lenoir, G. W. Ivy, Meth 

Blair's, Deal's Mill, G. W. Ivy, Meth 

Bethany. King's Creek, G. W. Ivy, Meth 
Collier's, Lenoir, G. W. Ivy, Meth 

Hank's, Lenoir, G. W. Ivy, Meth 

Hood's, Lenoir, G. W. Ivy, Meth 

Littlejohn's, Lenoir, G. W. Ivy, Meth 
Mt. Olivet, Patterson, G. W. Ivy, Meth 
Mt.' Bethel, Lovelady, G. W. Ivy, Meth 
Pleasant Grove, Patterson, G. W. Ivy, Meth 
Rocky Mount, Lovelady, G. W. Ivy, Meth 
Spencer's, Deal's Mill, G. W. Ivy, Meth 
Buffalo, Patterson, Isaac Smith, 
Dudley's Shoals, Lovelady, John T. 

Shell, 
Dover, Deal's Mill, H. Holsclaw, 
German Hill, Patterson, Linville Land, Bap 
Globe, Globe, Thos. Craige, Bap 

King's Creek, King's, Crk., E. Tilley, Bap 
Lower Creek, Lenoir, B. Powell, Bap 

Mulberry, Globe, J. A. Farthing, Bap 
Moore's, Globe, Job Moore and R. 

H. Moody, 
Philadelphia, Lenoir, Thos. Craige, 
Richland's, Patterson, H. Holsclaw, 
Rocky Springs, Collettsville, R. H. 

Moody, 
Sardis. Lenoir, Edmond Tilley, 
Union, Deal's Mill, Jas. H. West, 
Yadkin, Patterson, Isaac Smith, 
Lenoir, Lenoir, .Jesse Rankin, 
Saint Andrews, Lenoir, , 



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HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

.Tones' House, Lenoir, H. E. Sloane, 
Patterson Hotel, Lenoir, W. W. Barnes. 



LAWYERS. 

Brown S. G., Lenoir, 

Cilley Hon. C. A., (Judge,) Lenoir, 

Folk G. N., Lenoir, 

Malone W. H., Lenoir. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton, Patterson, Harper, Jones & Co., 

(H. C. Hamilton, Agent.) 

Saddle & Harness, Lenoir, John S. Small. 
Tannery (steam,; Lenoir, Harper & Beall. 

MERCHANTS. 

BaIIou J. G., Lenoir, G S 

Bogle R. B., Lenoir, G8 

Corpening G. N.. Globe, G S 

Harper G. W. & S. F., Lenoir, G 8 

Harper, Jones & Co., Patterson, G S 
Harshaw (J. N.,)'& Son, Colilettsvlle, G S 

Harris Lewis, Colletsville, G S 

Moon M. v., Lenoir, ■ G S 

Tuttle & Cochran, Copenhagan, G 3 

Westman G., Lenoir, G S 

Wallace & Gilbert, Lenoir, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Floyd John W., Lenoir, (Local,) Meth 

Flowers E., Lovelady, (Local,) Meth 

Hays Abraham, Lovelady, (Local,) Meth 

Healan J. L., Lenoir, (Local,) Meth 

Ivy G. W., Lenoir, Meth 

Kayler N. H., Lenoir, (Local,) Meth 

Lander Samuel, Lenoir, Meth 

Lewis W. G., Lovelady, (Local,) Meth 
Montgomery J. S., Lenoir, (Local,) Meth 

Round G. H., Lenoir, Meth 

Craige Thomas, Lenoir, Bap 

Craig L. H., Lenoir, Bap 

Conway D. W., Lenoir, Bap 

Clarke Calvin, Lenoir, Bap 

Coffey Grayson, Patterson, Bap 

Holsclaw Huston, Deal's Mill, Bap 

Moore Job, Globe' Bap 

Moon Warren, Globe, Bap 

Moody R. H., Colletsville, Bap 

Martin B. H., Lenoir, Bap 

Livingston G. W., King's Creek, Bap 

Nelson Thomas F., Patterson, Bap 

Medlock Stephen, King's Creek, Bap 

Oxford Isaac, Deal's Mill, Bap 

Powell J. B., Lenoir, Bap 

Smith Isaac, Lenoir. Bap 

Sherrill G. D., Lenoir, Bap 

Shell John T., Lovelady, Bap 

Tilly Edmond, Lenoir, Bap 

West James H., Deal's Mill, Bap 

West Hiram, Deal's Mill, Bap 



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Beall B. L., Lenoir, 
Rankin Jesse, Lenoir, 



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Gold, Baker, Collettsville, not in operation. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Water, Grist Silver Cik., Simon Bysaner, 
Water Grist, King's Creek, J. T. Bradley. 
Water Grist, Buftalo, S. T. Patterson, 
W. G. and Saw, Catawba River, A. C. 

Ramsour and John Miller, 
W. Grist, Gunpowder Crk., H. P. Conly, 
W. G and S., Catawba River, J. P. Conly, 
W. G. and S., Smoky Crk., A. J. Corpening, 
W. G. and Saw, Little River, Wm. Deal, 
W. G. and Saw, Lower Little, E. Flowers, 
W. Grist, Lower Creek, J. B. Powell, 
W. Grist, Lower Creek, J. W. Roberson, 
W. Grist, John's River, J. T. Stewart, 
W. Grist, Lower Creek, E. M. Shuford, 
Steam Saw, Lenoir, Noah Spainhour, 
Water Grist, Lower Creek, L. M. Tuttle. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Blair J. C, Lenoir, 
Beall R. L., Lenoir, 
Carter G. N., King's Creek, 
Glass W. L., Patterson, 
Jones S. G. H., Lovelady, 
Scroggs A. A., Lenoir. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 



Buck Shoals, , 

Catawba View, N. J. Bowman, 

Copenhagen, , 

Collettsville, Miss Jane Collett, 

Deal's Mill, , 

Fort Defiance. , 



Globe, David Moore, 

Hazeklell, 

King's Creek, 



Lenoir, Marshall E, Shell, 
Lovelady, Miss S. S. Fisher, 
Patterson, Wm. Morris. 

SCHOOLS. 

Davenport Female College, Lenoir, Rev. 

Samuel Lander, 
Finley High School, (Male) Lenoir, E. W. 

Faucette. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

M. A. Earnhardt, 206, acre^ ; William 
Cottrell, 550; 0. W. Clarke, 660; Clinton 
Hartley, 1.202 ; J. C. Hartley, 506 ; James 
Harper, 3,300; A. S. Kent, 1,930; A. A. 
Lutze, 586 ; N. A. Miller, 2,673 ; B. H. 



CAMDEN. 



Martin, 450; J. C. Norwood, 663; Jas. 
C. Steel, 978; A. A. Sudderth, 618; L. M. 
Tuttle, 680 ; R. G. Tuttle, Lenoir ; D. E. 
Bower, 640; M. C. Coffey, 683; Wilborn 
Coffey, 1,558; J. M. Cottrell, 818; C. 
McD. Dickson, 1,550 ; J. C. Harper, 4,060; 
Ed. W. Jones, 3,332; S. F. Patterson, 
1,328; John J. Steel, 690, Fatterson ; J. 
E. Corpening, 1,555; A. J. Corpening, 
1,100; Jos. Corpening 11,065 ; Jno. Puett, 
B M. Tuttle, 987, Copenhagan ; James H. 
Collett, 1,093; Wm. Carrol, 500; E. D. 
Estes, 704 ; J. N. Harshaw, 966 ; L. E. 
Lindiey, 517; S. Webb, 1,500. Collettsville; 
Israel P. Conley, 660; John Hays, 947; 
H H. Settlemoir, 1,318; B. W. Sherrill, 
A'^^, Lovelady ; W. F. Deal, 960; W. A. 
White, 544 ; DeaVs Mill ; Wilborn Gorman, 
525 ; Allen Laxton, 600 ; King's Creek ; 
Thos. S. Hoover, 815; Eazelddl ; D. E. 
Horton, 730; C. C. Jones, 300; R. T. Le- 
noir, 1,806, Fort Defiance ; Carrol Moore, 
625 ; David Moore, 705 ; Daniel Moore, 
1,100, Globe. 

Surface.— Hilly and in many places 
mountainous, laying under the eves of the 
Blue Ridge— well watered, land generally 
good, and valleys rich. 

Staples. — Corn, Wheat, Rye Oats, 
Grass and Live Stock, Medicinal herbs 
and Fruits. 



CAMDEN COUNTY. 

Population IN I860 5,843. 

County Seat — Camden C. H. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court J. G. Morisett. 

Coroner P- G- Morisett. 

r M. R. Gregory, Ch., 

R. H. Berry, 
Commissioners \ Jas. Ferebee, 

Sam'l F. Pearce, 
^ One Vacancy. 

Register of Deeds T. B. Boushall. 

Survetjor Abner Aydlett. 

Sheriff Jno. L. Chamberlin. 

Solictor 'istDis J. W. Albertson. 

Standard Keeper • 

Trustee Jos. C. Ferebee. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Ebenezer, Camden C. H., H. Speight, Bap 
Sawyer's Creek, Camden C. H., J. 

D. Huffham, Bap 

Shiloh, Camden C. H., W. L. Pitcher, Bap 
Sawyer sCr'k,CamdenC. H., H. Berry.Bap 
New Church, South Mills, Hall 

Berry, Col Bap. 



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In Progress, South Mills, Col Bap. 

McBride's CLapel, Camden C. H., 

J. Amis, Meth 

Old Trap, Camden C. H., T. Williams, Meth 

In Proyress, South Mills, , Col Merh. 

New McBride, South Mills, , Col Meth. 

HOTELS. 

Camden Hotel, George Bell, 
South Mills Hotel, R. J. Bullock. 

LAWYERS. 

Ferebee D. D., South Mills, 
Harrell S. A., Camden C. H., 
Luke G. G., Camden C. H. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bell A. E., Sawyer's Creek, G S 

Berry & Berry, Camden C. H. Hucksters 

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Decomas & Burfoot, Camden C. H., 
Ferebee E., Sawyer's Creek, 
Forbes Sam'l W., Old Trap, 
Cherry Arch, South Mills, 
Lamb (H.) & Herring, (Thos.) 

Camden C. H., 
Morisett W. J., Camden C. H., 
Moriseit Willis, Shiloh, 
Nash John C, Savvj'er's Creek, 
Jacobs John, South Mills, 
Jones Simeon A., Shiloh, 
Pacard Francis, Camden C. H., . 
Spencer J. A., South Mills, 
Sanderlin (Willis) & Garrington, 

Camden C. H., 
Taylor & Scott, South Mills, 

MINISTERS. 

Briggs W., Shiloh, 
HufFham J. D., Sawyer's Creek, 
Berry H., Old Trap, Col. 

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S. S. and G., Camden C. H., E. L. Dozier, 
S. S. and G., South Mills, W. R. Abbott, 
Water Grist, Camden C. H., Willis Sawyer, 
Water Grist. Camden C. H., Zero Hamilton 
Water Giist', Camden C H., W. G. Sawyer, 
Wind Grist, Shiloh, D. Burgess' Heirs, 
Wind Grist, Camden C. H., — Burgess, 
Wind G., Camden C.H., C. Barco's Heirs, 
Wind Grist, Mill Town, John Tosey, 
Wind Grist, Mill Town, .John Bell, 
Wind Grist, Mill Town, E. T. Cowell, 
Wind Grist, Mill Town, — Bray, 
Wind Grist, Mill Town, Widow Bell, 
(One Float Bridge (Toll) over Pasquotank 
River owned by W. B. Ferebee.) 



PHYSICIANS. 

Mullen F. N., South Mills, 
Nixon George W., South Mills, 
Nash Thos. S., Camden C. H., 
Taylor G. A., South Mills, 
Pool, Wm. Sawyer's Creek, 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

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

SCHOOLS. 

.loeesboro Academy, Annie Boushall, 
Sawyer's Creek, Academy, E. Gillman, 
Slab Ridge, South Mills, Hattie Boushall, 
Shiloh, Camden C. H., Willis Morisett, 
Herrings, Camden C. H., Susan Taylor, 
Lake School, Cur. Run, Francis Pacard. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Col. D. D. Ferebee, 3,000 acres ; Dr. F. 
N. Mullen, 2,000; Matchet Taylor, Raleigh 
Olds, Joseph A. Spencer, 1,300; A. P. 
Cherry, David Pritchard, 2,500; John L. 
Camberlin, William and Samuel Pearce, 
Nelson J. Overton, South Mills ; E. Ferebee, 
2,500 ; John Tratton, 1,500 ; W. J. Mori- 
sett, James Dozier, E. L. Dozier, M. R. 
Gregory, Ed. G. Sawyer, Isaac L. Pritch- 
ard, T. B. Berry, C. C. Williams, Silas 
Gregory, T. 0. Palmer, Isaac W. Morisett, 
Bobert Williams. Joseph Alston, Noah 
Burgess, W. B. Ferebee, Camden C. H. 

Surface. — Level and sandy — soil good 
and very productive. 

Staples. — Corn, Cotton and Naval 
Stores. 



CARTERET COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 8,186 

County Seat — Beaufort. — Pop. 2,000. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. Ja.mes Rumley, 

Coroner John. L. Guthrie Jr., 

C Sam'l. LefFers, Ch., 
I E. W. Sanders, 

Commissioners { A. H. Chad wick, 

I R. W. Bell, 
( W. J. Doughty. 

Register of Deeds John Rumley, 

Surveyor John Leifers, 

Shcrif John D. Davis, 

Standard Keeper , 



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Soliciter Snd District.. John V. Sherrard, 
Treasurer Henry Rieger. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Beaiiforth, J. W. Jenkins, Math 

Harlow's Creek, Wm. F. Clegg, Meth 

Morehead City, John Jones, Meth 

Purvis Chap. Beaufort, , Col. Meth 

Straits, Straits, , Meth 

Smyrne, Straits, , Meth 

Beaufort Church, , Epis 

Beaufort, Jacob Utley, Bap 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Front St. House, Beaufort, Wm. C. King, 
Atlantic House, Beaufort, Closed, 

Macon House, Morehead City, , 

Newport Hotel, Newport, J. L. Bell, 
Boarding House, Beaufort, Miss S. A. 

Davis. 
Boarding House, Beaufort, D. Whorton, 
Boarding House, Beaufort, Belcher Fuller, 
Boarding House, Beaufort, Mrs. Francis 

Kobiuson. 

LAWYERS. 

Doughty (W. J.) & Bro. Newport, 
Perry J. M., Beaufort, 
Rieger A. W., Beaufort. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Carriage Factory, Newport, H. Newberry, 
Sugar Boxes, Beaufort, Perry & Duncan, 



MERCHANTS &c. 



Abbott Wm., Portsmouth, 
Bell C. S., Beaufort, 
Bell Church, Beaufort, 
Bell J. L., Newport, 
Chadwick (A. H.) & Bro., Beaufort, 
Charlotte Geo. W., Beaufort, 
Duncan Thos. L., Beaufort, 
Duncan Thos. Sr., Beaufort, 
Dill W. F„ Beaufort, 
Davis A. C., Beaufort, 
Farlow L. S., Beaufort, 
Fulcher & Bro., Beaufort, 
Gibble Jacob, Beaufort, 
Higgins Wiley F., Beaufort, 
Kanabar Henry, Beaufort, 
Lowenberg & Bro., Beaufort, 
Lambert R. Agt., Beaufort, 
Manson Chap., Beaufort, 
Norcum L. A., Beaufort, 
Ramsey (J.) & Suns, Beaufort, 
Rieger, Davis &Bro., Beaufort, 
Piver J. C, Beaufort, 
Piver & Bushall, Beaufort, 
Sanders &■ Co., Beaufort, 



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Styron Kenneth, Portsmouth, G S 

Sanders E. W., Newport, G S 

Taylor Jacob, Beaufort, G S 

Thomas Thos., Beaufort, G S 

Whitney T. R., Beaufort, G S 

Davis Allen, Beaufort, Drugs 

Walker R. E., Beaufort, Drugs 

Martin L. W., Beaufort, Drugs 

Bell Church, Beaufort, Com. & Ship'g 
Duncan & Ramsey, Beaufort, Com. 

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Ramsey (Isaac) &- Sons, Beaufort, 

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Thomas Thos., Beaufort, Cora. & Ship'g 
Piver (W. H.) & Son, Beaufort, G S 

Perry (B. L.) & Son, Beaufort, 

Com. &■ Ship'g 
Parker David, Beaufort, Barber 

Jeikins Michael, Beaufort, Barber 

Dill D. W., Beaufort, Blacksmith 

Fisher Jerry, Beaufort, Blacksmith 

Noe Daniel, Beaufort, Blacksmith 

Pierce Daniel, Beaufort, 

House & Sign Painter 
Dill Joseph, Beaufort, H, & S. Painter 
Oconnell Jas., Beaufort, Tailor 

Pierce C, Beaufort, Tailor 

Wolfe J., Beaufort, Baker 

Robinson Jas. K., Beaufort, House Cp'ter 
Buckman (E.) & Bro., House Cp'ter 

Marshall Jno. 0., Beaufort, Shoe M'k'r 
Bobbins T. A., Beaufort, Jeweler 

Lepper P., Morehead City, Shoe M'k'r 
Brooks Wm., Beaufort, Boss Sh'p. Cp'ter 
Swindell J., Beaufort, Boss S. Cp'ter 

Delamar C, Beaufort, Boss S. Cp'ter 

Brooks David, Straits, Boss S. Cp'ter 

Hedrick .1. A.. Beaufort, Col. Customs 
Noe E. 0., Beaufort, As. In Rev 

NO MINES IN THIS COUNTY. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Steam Saw and Grist, Beaufort, Perry & 

Duncan, 
Steam S. and Grist, Newport, C. Banners 

Ag't. 
Water S. and Grist, Newport, J. L. Bell, 
Steam S and Grist, Crabb P't. — . Phails, 
Water Grist, Newport, J. L. Bell. 

TURPENTINE DISTILLERIES. 

Thomas Duncan, Beaufort, 
Isaac Ramsey, & Son,s Beaufort, 
Rieger, Davis & Thomas, Beaufort, 
David S Jones, Morehead City, 
. Wood, Morehead City. 



MINISTERS. 

Jenkins J. W., Beaufort, 
Jones John, Beaufort, 



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CASWELL. 



Perkins E. L., Newport, (Local) Meth 
Rumley John, Beaufort, (Local) Meth 
Ulley Jacob, Beaufort, Bap 

PHYSICIANS. 

Arendell M. F., Beaufort, 
Dudley A., Portsmouth, 
Davis Benjamin, Beaufort, 
Hill C. S., Newport, 
Martin L. W., Beaufort, 
Manney Jas. L., Beaufort, 
King Francis L., Beaufort. 
Leflers R., Straits, 
Perkiu E. L., Newport, 
Perry Jno. M., Beaufort, 
Jones Wm. C, Morehead City, 
Sanders Jno., Newport, 
Walker R. E. , Beaufort, 
Leflers Samuel, Straits. 

SCHOOLS. 

Beaufort, Female. Acad., J. S. Midyett, 
Beaufort, Primary school, Miss Bettie 
Robinson. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Beaufort, J. J. Davis, 
Morehead City, John I. Henshaw, 
Newport, Jasper Mann, 
Portsmouth, Jeremiah Abbott, 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Lockhart Gibbs, S. C. Rowland, J. C. 
Davis, Isaac Ramsey, R. W. Bell, D. H. L. 
Bellr, Wm. Bell, Benj. H. Bell, Wallace 
Dickson, Wm. Sabeslon, Geo. Guihrie, 
John Guthrie, Isaac Piver, Elias Piver, 
James Ward, Stephen Chad wick, Elijah 
Springle, Richard Springle, Elisha Felton, 
John Fellon, Wm. Smith, John W. Gilli- 
kin, Ros. Simpson, Jesse Fulcher, John 
Whithurst, John B. Wbithurst, Dr. Rich- 
ard Leffers, Dr. Samuel Leflers, John 
Roberts, D. W. Piggott, Oliver Chadwick, 
Jechonias Dudley, George Walker, Allen 
Davis Sr., Solemon Simpson, James Mar- 
shall, Lowenberg & Brother, Jeniugs Lon- 
gist. — Beaufort. 

E. W. Sanders, J. J. Pelletier, S. L. 
Oglesby, J. L. Bell, A. H. Dennis, John 
W. Pelletier, Elijah S. Bell. Wm. F. Bell 
3rd., D. W. Bell, Dr. C. W. Hill, David 
McClain, J. W. Bell. — Newport. 

David a. Jones, Dr. Wm. C. Jones, T. L. 
Hall, Geo Laughten. — Morehead City. 

Surface — Low, level and in places 
swampy — the swamps very rice. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Naval Stores 
and Fish — Fisheries often very valuable. 



CASWELL COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 16,215. 

County Seat — Yanceyvillb. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 
Clerk 8tq>erior Court. .Yi.. F. Brandon. 



Coroner 



Cmnmissiofiers . 



A. G. Yancey. 
' Yancey Jones, Ch., 
N. M. Roan, 
W. B. Bowe, 
Giles Mebane, 



Register of Deeds Levi C. Page. 

Sheriff Jesse C. Griflith. 

Surveyor Samuel L. Venable. 

Solicitor 1st Bis J. R. Bulla. 

Standard Keeper '. 

Treasurer Thos. D. Johnson. 

BORDER AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

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



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



-, Jacob Doll, 



Bethesda, 

Grier's, , , 

Church, Milton • , 

Church, Yanceyville, , 

Bethany, , J. H. Wheeler, 

Connallies, , J. H. Wheeler, 

Camp Spring, , L. Shell, 

Hobson, , J. H. Wheeler, 

Harrison's, , Lemon Shell, 

Kimbro's, , L. Shell, 

Leasburg, , J. H. Wheeler, 

New Hope, , L. Shell, 

Prospect, , L. Shell, 

Shady Grove, , L. Shell, 

Onion, , J. H. Wheeler, 



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Chapel, Yanceyville, L. Shell, 

Beulah, , Robert A. Moore, 

Chapel, Yanceyville, S. G. Mason, 
Chapel, Milton, S. G. Mason, 

Rerr's Chapel, , F. M. Jordan, 

Providence, , S. G. Mason, 

Trinity, Locust Hill, S. G. Mason, 

Bush Arbor, , Hall, Prim Bap 

Prospect, , Hall, Prim Bap 

County Line, , T. L. Oakley, Prim Bap 

The Mill, Milton, , P"m Bap 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Milton. Jarvis Friou, 
Hotel, Yanceyville, A. A. Mitchell, 
Hotel, Leasburg, John Culbreth. 



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CASWELL. 



LAWYERS. 

Hill Samuel P., Yancey ville, 
Kerr John, Yancej-ville, 
Withers E. W. Yanceyville, 
Totlen L. L., Yanceyville, 
Thompson Geo. N., Leasljurg, 
Watt Robert T., Yanceyville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Tobacco, Leasburg, Fnller (A.) & Wilk- 

erson (J. E.,) 
Tobacco, Leasburg, Hancock (R. P.) & 

Taylor (Wm. J.,) 
Tobacco, Leasburg, Josiah Staufield, 
Tobacco, Leasburg, John F. Wagstaff, 
Tobacco, Yanceyville, Jas. K. Lea, 
Foundry, Milton, J. J. & R. L. Yarboro', 
Foundry, Milton, Mrs. Richmond, 
Tannery, Yanceyville, Jas. Gunn, 

Tannery, Yanceyville, , 

Boots and Shoes, Yanceyville, Jas. Gunn, 
Boots and Shoes, Yanceyville, J. Roberds, 
Boots & Shoes, Yanceyville, T. McKinney, 

Wagons, Yanceyville, , 

Carriages, Yanceyville, B. Lowndes. 



MERCHANTS. 



GS 
G8 



Friou Jas., Milton, 

Forest , Farish's Store, 

Ilarralson (Brice) & McKee (Jas. 

L.) Yanceyville, 
Henderson Jas. A., Yanceyville, 
Hancock (R. P.) & Paylor (AVm. jr.) 

Leasbursg, 
Holden (S. B.) & Irwin (J. L.) Milton, G S 

Norfleet , Yanceyville, Grocer 

Neal (Jas. N.)& Johnson (T. D.) 

Yanceyville, 
Paylor Jas. N., Yanceyville, 
Patterson David, Milton, 
Smith W. F., Milton, 
Stanfield J A., Leasburg, 
Smith W. H., Prospect Hill, 
Warren (T. L.) & Richmond (D. W. 

K.,) Prospect Hill, 
Neil Stephen, Locust Hill, 
Warren (Jas.) & Thomas (W. H.,) 

Hightowers, 
Wilson John, Milton, 
Donoho Moses, (col.,) Milton, 
Newbill R. A., Milton, 
Graves & Lea, Anderson's Store, 



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MINISTERS. 

Shell Lemon, Yanceyville, Meth 

Lea Solomon, Leasburg, (Local) Meth 

Wheeler Jos. H., Leasburg, Meth 

Doll Jacob, Yanceyville, Pres 

Stanfield S. A., Milton, Pres 



Bap 
Bap 
Bap 

Chris. 



James J. J., Yanceyville, 
JMason S. G., Yanceyville, 
Moore R. A. L( asburg, 
Anderson R., Anderson's Store, 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 



Grist, Blackwell's, Blackwell (John) & 

Mitchell, (S. J.), 
Grist, Anderson's Store, T. Y. Bayne, 
Grist and Saw, Yanceyville, W. B. Graves, 
G. and S., Milton, Hunt (L. H.) & Walker 

(H. A.), 
G. and S., Milton, Wm. Long, 
G. and S., Yanceyville, Sidney S. Lea, 
G. and S., Leasburg, Malone (Jas.) & 

Currie, (T. W.), 
Grist, Hightowers, Iverson L. Oliver, 
G. and S., Hightowers, Jas. Y.Richmond, 
G. and S., Anderson's Store, R. E. Sladler, 
G. and S., Leasbui-g, Rich. I. Smith, 
G. and S., Yauceyville, Thos. Siade, 
G. and S., Yanceyville, Wm. A. Slade, 
G. and Saw, Yanceyville, T. L. Womack, 
G. and Saw, Anderson's Store, Mrs. R. 

Walker, 
G. and S., Locust Hill, Jas. E. Williamson. 

G. and S., , A. G. Waters, 

G. and S., Milton, J. & R. L. Yarboro', 
G. and S., Yanceyville, Jas. Poteat, 
G. and S., Leasburg, Mrs. Fuller. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Anderson John Q., Anderson's Store, 

Brooks Wm. A., Milton, 

Bracken S. S., Blackwell's, 

Dodson Thos. C, Yanceyville, 

Dodson Chas. R., Milton, 

Gunn Geo. W., Yanceyville, 

Gunn Allen, Yanceyville, 

Henderson N. S., Blackwell's, 

Roan N. M., Yanceyville, 

Roan Preston, Yanceyville, 

Richmond S. P., Leasburg, 

Stephens AVm. G., Leasburg, 

Stanfield Josiah A., Leasburg, 

Thompson Jacob A., Leasburg, 

Terrell Monroe, Prosjject, 

Williamston John L., Locust Hill, 

Ware Thos. T., Locust Hill, 

Yancey A. G., Yanceyville, 

Henderson L. B., Yanceyville, Dentist 

Hooper E. H., Blackwell's, Dentist 

Hooper W. P., Blackwell's, Dentist 

Siddell C. G., Leasburg, Dentist 

Wimple John D., Yanceyville, Dentist 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Anderson's Store, Miss M. McNutt, 
Blackwell's, C. B. Luke, 
Farish's Store, . 



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CATAWBA. 



CATAWBA. 



Hislitowers, •, 

Independence, Mrs. J. Blackwell, 
Locust Hill, Mrs. Paschall, 
Leasburcr, Mrs. Susan Paylor, 
Milton, John J. Jones, 

Purlev, -, 

Prospect Hill, Mrs. F. L. Warren, 

Pelham, . 

Yauceyville, Mrs. Paylor. 

SCHOOLS. 

Dan River Ins. (Male) Yanceyville, Jo. 

Yenable, 
Male Acad., Leasburg, Rev. Sol. Lea, 
Soraerville Fem. Ins., Leasburg, Rev. Sol. 

Lea & Daughters, 
Female Acad., Milton, Mrs. Jno. Wilson. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Sidney S. Lea, William Long, Giles 
Mebane, Joel Walters, Eustace Hunt, Mr. 
llvmt, If iltmt ; Philip Hodnet, James Po- 
teat, Geo. Williamson, Dr. N. M. Roan, 
Tlios. B. Law, Thomas Womack, Jos. 
WilHamson, Wm. Graves, Hon. Bedford 
Brown, John B. Blackwell. Rice Gwin, 
Yanceyville; Calvin Graves, Izariah Graves, 
Anc'l Ware. Locust Hill; Elijah K. With- 
ers, Mr. Parish, Geo. W. Prioe, William 
Swan, Joshua Gloss, Ivison Gloss, Mr. 
Hodges, A. C. Coviugton, Farislis Store; 
Daniel Fuller, John D. Long, Leasburg; 
James W. James, Prospect. 

Surface. — Moderately uneven, soil 
good, water power plenty. 

Staples.— Tobacco, Wheat and Corn. 
No finer tobacco lauds in America. 



CATAWBA COUNTY. 

PoruLATioN IN 1860 10,729 

County Seat — Newton. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerh Superior Court. M. 0. Sherrell. 

Coroner T. L. Herman. 

r M. M. Hunt, Ch., 
I A. G. Copening, 

Commissioners: \ Drury Hamilton, 

John D. Caldwell, 
[ Jackson Ligman. 

Itegisfer of Deeds D. B. Gaither. 

Sheriff Jonas Cline. 

Beputy Reuben Yoder. 

Surveyor J. P. Cline. 

Solicitor \Oth Bis W. P. Caldwell. 

Standard Keeper A. Summit. 

Treasurer Geo. A. Ikerd. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Brick Church, Newton, , Evan. Luth 

Grace, Newton, A. J. Fox, Evan. Luth 
St. Peter's, Newton, J. M. Smith, E. Luth 
St. Paul, Newton. P. C. Henkel, E. Luth 
St. John's, Newton, P. C. Henkel, E. Luth 
St. James, Newton, P. C. Henkel, E. Luth 
St. Stephens, Newton, P. C. Henkel, E L 

E. Luth 
E. Luth 
E. Luth 
Ger. Ref 
Ger. Ref 



Sardis, Newton, A. J. Fox, 
Tarra Tarra, Newton, • 



Zion's, Newton, P. C. Henkel, 
Bethel, Newton, H. Ingold, 
Grace, Newton, H. Ingold, 
Matthews, Newton, J. C. Clapp, Ger. Ref 
Newton, Newton, J. C. Clapp, Ger. Ref 
St. Paul, Newton, J. C. Clapp, Ger. Ref 
St. John, Newton, J. C. Clapp, Ger. Ref 
Fair Grove, Newton, B. G. Jones, Meth 
Newton, Newton, B. G. Jones, Meth 

Pisgah, Newton, B. G. Jones, Meth 

Smyrna, Newton, B. G. Jones, Meth 

Wesley Chapel, Newton, John Watts, Meth 
Baker's Mountain, Newton, Wm. Ab- 

ernathy. Bap 

Mt. Rohania, Newton, G. J. Welker, Bap 

Thessalonica, Newton, Allison, Bap 

Upper Smyrna, Newton, — Allison, Bap 

HOTELS. 

Catawba, Newton, G. M. Haines, 
Catawbn, Catawba Stition, Mrs. Cannelly, 
Hickory Sta.. Hickry Sta., J. J. Wasager, 
Newton, Newton, Bobt. Bost, 
White Sul. Springs, Hickory Sta., J. Gol- 
den Wyatt. 

LAWYERS. 

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

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton, Catawba Sta., Powell & Shnford, 
Cotton, Catawba Sta., Tate & Powell, 
Cotton Ginning, Newton, H. F. Carpenter, 
Iron, Newton, William Williams, 
Iron, Jacob's Fork, A. L. Ramsour, 
Lime, Catawba Sta., A. M. Powell — (mak- 
ing 100 tons per month.) 
Saddle and Harness, Newton, Levi Plank, 
Saddle and Harness, Newton, M. M. Ranch, 
Shoes, Newton, Haller & Abernathy, 
Shoes, Newton, James Murphy, 
Shoes, Newton, A. J. Halton, 
Tannery, Newton, Seagle, Clapp & Finger, 
Tannery, Newton, J. S. Cobb & Son, 
Tannery, Newton, David Pitts, 
Tannery, Newton, H. F. Carpenter, 
Tannery, Hickory Sta*, David Link, 



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CATAWBA. 



Tinnery, Newton, T. D. Mailow, 
Carriage, Newton, J. M. Berry, 
Carriage, Newton, Jones Baker, 
Cabinet, Jacob's Fork, Henry Reichert, 
Threshing Machines, Newton, M. Herman, 

MERCHANTS. 

Berier Georee, Newton, G S 

Beard (J. B.) & Co , Hickory Sta., G S 

C'iiue & Bost, Newton, G S 

Cobb J. S., Newton, G S 

Carlton W. A., Jacob's Fork, G S 

Fry & Huit, Newton, G S 

Garvin J. A., Newton, G S 

Gaither D. B., Newton, G S 

Hagan A., Newton, G S 
Yount (J. H. A.,) Bro. & Smith, 

Newton, G S 
Marshall, Gabriel & Co., Hickory 

Station, G S 

Powell, Sherill & Co. , Catawba Sta. , G S 

Shuford(A.L.) & Co., Hickory Sla., G S 

Sherrill (E. L.) & Co., Sherrell's Ford, G S 

Stowe & Co., Catawba Station, G S 

AVarlick E. A., Newton, G S 

Wyatt J. G., Springs, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Henkel P. C, Newton, Evan. Luth 

Clapp J. C, Newton, Ger. Reform 

James B. G., Newton, Meth 

Watts John, Jacob's Fork, Meth 

Willkie G. J., Catawba Station, Bap 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Newton, W. P. Reinhardt, 

Grist, Newton, P. M. Heldebrand, 

Grist, Newton, T. W. Bostian, 

Grist, Newton, Daniel and Silas Smyer, 

Grist, Newton, George and Logan Setzer, 

Grist, Newton, E. O.EUiott, 

Grist, Newton, J. H. IVIoore, 

Grist, Newton, W. G. James, 

Grist, Newton, Michael Rufty, 

Grist, Newton, George Berrier, 

Grist, Newton, B. F. Wilson, 

Grist, Newton, W. E. Lawrence, 

Grist, Newton, M. C. Abernathy, 

Grist, Newton, L. N. Wilson, 

Grist, Newton, Nancy and R. W, Boyd, 

Grist, Newton, A. L. Ramsaur, 

Grist, Newton, D. E. Warlick, 

Grist, Newton, Daniel and Noah Rowe, 

Grist, Ne^Pton, Peter L. Ranch, 

Grist, Newton, J. M. Ivey, 

Grist, Newton, J. M. Smith, 

Grist, Newton, Powelll & Shuford. 

Grist, Newton, G. D. L. Yount, 

Grist, Newton, Daniel Roseman. 



PHYSICIANS. 

Abernathy T. M., Newton, 
Campbell O., Newton, 
Cannar H. W., Catawba Station, 
Ellis J. R., Hickory Station, 
Johnson T. J., Hickory Station, 
Yount D. McD., Catawba Station, 
Mott J, J., Catawba Station, 
McNeill G. C, Catawba Station, 
Michal George, Newton, 
Powell T. M.. Catawba Station, 
Powell Tate, Catawba Station, 
Sheirill J. A., Catawba Station, 
Shuford William, Catawba Station, 
Turner J., Catawba Station, 
Yount P. L., Newton. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Newton, Miss Harriet E. Bost, 
Catawba Station, E. A. Lawrence, 
Hickory Tavern, AVm. H. Ellis, 
Jacob's Fork, Fredrich R. Beck, 
Mountain Creek, Miso H. E. Gabriel, 
Mull Grove, Miss Ruth Jenks, 
White Sulphur Springs, Martha J. Eckard. 

SCHOOLS. 

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

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

M. M. Huit, 1,042 acres ; Joseph Bost, 
1,831; David Wike, 1,722; H. W. Rob- 
inson, 2,475; Jacob Setzer, 1,319; F. D. 
Reinhardt, 537 ; M. M. Wilson, 552 ; Fred- 
erick Smith, 572 ; E. E. Deal, 529 ; W. P. 
Reinhardt, 779 ; John Stine, 462 ; Samuel 
Blackburn, 471; R. P. Reinhardt, 335; 
Pinckney Wilfang, 200; J. J. Sigman, 
189 ; Andrew Fry, 227 ; Elias Longcryer, 
620, Newton; John J. Shuford, 1,075; Elisha 
Sherrill, 955 ; J. E. Paine, 1,109 ; J. S. 
Bridges, 771 ; B. A. Abernathy, 771, Ca- 
tawba Station ; Jos. H. Moore, 460 ; John 
Ward, 590, Hickory Station ; Jacob Mull, 
Jacob's Fork. 

Sdrface. — Moderately uneven, soil rich 
and well watered. 

Staples. — Corn, Wheat, Irish Potatoes' 
Grass and Live Stock. 



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CHATHAM. 



CHATHAM COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 19,101. 

County Seat — Pittsboro. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court.. S. T. Petty. 
Coroner A. Dowdy. 

fjame.s Pace, Ch., 
Wm. C. Thomas, 
Bobei't 0. Council, 
James M. Woody, 
[Geo. W. Steadman. 

Register of Deeds Wm. H. Hatch. 

Snri'ei/or Presley Snipes. 

Sherif Geo. J. Williams, 

Solicitor ith Bis J. 11. Bulla. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer Willis Wilson. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



Asbury, 

Brown's Chapel, 
Buckhorn, — 

Chatham, 

Cedar Grove, 
Ebenezer, — 
Fairpromise, 



I. W. 



Avent, Meth 

J. B. Martin. Meth 



B. B. Cnlbreth, 
J. B. Martin, 
— , 0. J. Brent, 
, 0. J. Brent, 
I. W. Avent, 



Chapel, Haywood, J. B. Martin, 



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Meth 
Meth 
Meth 



Hickory Mountain, - 



, J. B.Martin, Meth 



Mt. Vernon, , J. B. Martin, Meth 

Mt. Zion, , J. B. Martin, Meth 

Ml. Pleasant, , 0. J. Brent, Meth 

Meriitt's Chapel, , 0. J. Brent, Meth 

Marony's, , I. W. Avent, ]\Ieth 

Church, Pittsboro, J. B. Martin, Meth 

Pleasant Hill, , J. B. Martin, Meth 

Shady Grove, , 0. J. Brent, Meth 

Shiloh, , J. B. Martin, Meth 

Gum Sprinst, , J. C. Wilson, Bap 

Bear Creek, , J. C. Wilson, Bap 

Fall Creek, , J. C. Wilson, Bap 

Emeus, , J. C. Wiison, Bap 

P. Mason, Bap 

-, Johnson Olive, Bap 



Lystra, 

Mt. Gilead, 
Moor's Chapel, 
Mt. Olive, — 

Mt. Pisgah, 

Mineral Spring, 
Loves' Creek, 



Johnson Olive, Bap 



J. P. Mason, Bap 

J. C. Wilson, Bap 

— , J. C. Wilson, Bap 

-. J. C. Wilson, Bap 

JMay's Chapel, , A. J. Emerson, Bap 

Olive Chapel, , A. .T. Emerson, Bap 

Church, Pittsboro, W. Marsh, Bap 

Pleasant Grove, , W. Marsh, Bap 

Rocky River, , , Bap 

Rock Si)rinst, ^ R,. II. Lineberry, Bap 

Rieve's Chapel, . W. Marsh, Bap 

St. , Pittsboro, R, B. Sutton, Epis 



Centre. 



P. Meth 



Church, Haywood, N. Paton, 
Church, Pittsboro, N. Paton, 



Pres 
Pres 



HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Haywood Inn, Haywood, R. Faucett Sr., 
Eagle Hotel, Pittsboro, N. A. Ramsey, 
Burk's Hotel, Pittsboro, H. H. Burk. 

LAWYERS. 

Headen James, Pittsboro, 
Haushton John H., Pittsboro, 
Howze Benj. I., Haywood, 
Landon H. A., Jr., Pittsboro, 
Jackson J. J., Pittsboro, 
Manning John Jr., Pittsboro, 
Waddeir Morris Q., Pittsboro. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Foundry and Machine Shop, Lockville, 

Silas Burns, 
Iron Forge, Egypt, Clegg, Dennis & Co., 
Tannery, Woody, Zimri Henshaw, 
Hats, Pittsboro, — Andrews, 
Hats, Pittsboro, — Stimpson, 
Hats, Pittsboro, — Dowd, 

Barrels, Haywood, , 

Barrels, Haywood, — Wilkie, 
Cabinet, Grove, Paschal Evans, (col.) 
Cabinet, Grove, G. Evans, (col.) 
Wheelwrighting, Grove, Hardy Bryant, 
Wheelwrighting, Grove, Wiley Neal, 
Saddles and Harness, Haywood, F. R, 

Durham. 

MERCHANTS. 

Brown & Russell, Egypt, G S 

Bynum & Lambeth, Lockville, G S 

Davis Frank, Grove, G S 

Farrar J. H., Haywood, Jeweler 

Conaha Mrs. Chas, Egypt, Notions 
Fichet M L., Haywood, Shoemaker 

Gunter W. T., Freedom Hill, G S 
Headen, Bynum & Co., Pittsboro, G S 

Long G. A., Lockville, G S 

Long Edward, Pittsboro, G 8 
London (W. L.) & Son, Pittsboro, G S 

Marsh & Jessup. Egypt, G S 

McArthur & Davis, Egypt, G S 

Moore F. M., Pittsboro, G S 

Moffitt, Brown & Co., Egypt, G S 

Otlerbourg Mrs. Joseph, Egypt, G S 

Poe & Hanks, Pittsboro, G S 

Patterson Wm., Pittsboro, Liq 

Pogue E. H., Egypt, Tin Ware 

Scott J. AV., Haywood, G S 

Vestal C, Egypt, G S 

Womac & Hill, Pittsboro, G S 

Yavborough A. M., Qlenalnon, G S 



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CHATHAM. 



MINISTERS. 

Atwater Wilson, Bellevoir, (Local) Meth 
Cotton .J., Martha's Vineyard, " Meth 

Burnett F., Pittsbovo, " Meth 

Burnett L., Pittsboro. " Meth 

Farrar Thos. B. Bellevoir, " Meth 

Long James B., Grove, " Meth 

Martin Jos. B., Pittsboro, (Local) Meth 

Maun Henry, Bellevoir, " Meth 

Johnson Minter, Egypt, " Meth 

iSnipes AVm. Bellevoir, " Meth 

Taylor Wui. P., Pittsboro, " Meth 

MINES. 

Coal, Egypt, Robt. Peyton, Ag't N. Y Co., 

Coal, (Taylor), Esypt, , 

Coal, Gitlf, L. J, Haughton, 
Coal,(Farmville),Egypt,Albany (N.Y.) Co., 
Iron, Egypt, Clegg, Dennis & Co., 
Iron, Buckhorn, Mrs. Cowles, 
Iron (Ore Hill), Pittsboro, Murdock & 

Washington, 
Iron, (Endor), Egypt, Heck & Co.. 
Copper, (very rich) Haywood, Capt. Eduy, 
Gold. Haywood, Dr. R. K. Smith, 

Roofing Slate, Haywood, , 

Sand Stone, Gulf, L J. Haughton. (This 

is similar to that U'^ed in the Fifth Ave. 

buildings of New York — very fine.) 

Gold in various places ; also the best 
fireproof clay. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist and Saw, Pittsboro, B. Burns, 

Grist and Saw, Pittsboro, Bynum, 

Grist and Saw, Pittsboro, W. P. Hadley, 
Grist and Saw, Esypt, Haushton & Harris, 
G. and Saw, Lockville, Heck & Hawkins, 
G and Saw, Lockville, Heck, Clega & Co., 
Grist and Saw, Hadley's, Robert Love, 
Grist and Saw, Pittsboro, G. P. Moore, 
Flour, G. and Saw, Pittsboro, Paschall & 

Newlin, 
Grist and Saw, Pittsboro, W. P. Taylor, 
G. and Saw, Freedom Hill. J. R. Thomas, 
Grist and Saw, Pittsboro, R. N. Green. 
Flour, G. and S., Pittsboro, Wiley Pender- 

grass. 
Flour and Grist, Pittsboro, Alvis Bynum, 
F. and Grist, Pittsboro, Corney Bynum, 
F. and Grist, Pittsboro. Lucian Burnett, 
F. and Grist, Iladlev's Mill, Jacob Hadley, 
F. and G., Hadley's' Mill, Bland & Hadley, 
Flour and Grist, Grove, M. Suijg, 
Flour and Grist, Rialto, E. P. Fearrinston, 
F. and G., Rialto, M. D. Williams & Co. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Berry Wra. F., Pittsboro, 
Buchanan W., Martha's Vineyard, 



Foushee Robert, Grove, 
Hanks J. A., Pittsboro, 
Newby Geo. C, Egvpt, 
Palmer A. W., Gulf, 
Stone John C, Gulf, 
Waddell D. S., Pittsboro, 
Wyche R. A., Haywood. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Bellevoir, Thos. B. Farrar, 
Cane Creek, Oliver L. Lindsay, 
Carbonton, Robert A. Stuart, 
Egypt Depot, H. L. Muse, 
Goldston, Mrs. F. A. Dixon, 
Grove, Charles Ellis, 
Gulf, Noah House, 
Hadley's Mills, Caleb E. Johnson, 
Havwood, John L. Waldin, 
Mud Lick, J. M. Woodly, 
Oakland, Elizabeth Muse, 
Pittsboro, John T. Mallory, 
St. Lawrence, Isaac T. Brocjks, 
Sandy Grove, Lewis Hornaday, 
Snipe's Store, Wui. Snipes, 
Freedom Hill, W. T. Gunter. 

SCHOOLS. 

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

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

Academy, Haywood, , 

Seminary, Mt. Vernon, Monk & Emerson. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

James Pace, M. Alston, St. Lawrence; 
J. M. Woodey, Mud Lick ; Richard Gotten, 
Baxter Thomas, A. A. Holt, Jos. Thomas, 
Freedom Bill ; E. Bryan, R. K. Smith, W. 
G. Harris, W. Crump, Richard Marks, 
Chas. Herrington, Haywood; Robt. Payton, 
G. B. Guthrie, Jordan Tysor, W. A. 
Reeves, Egypt; L. G. Horton, H. A. 
Rencher, G. W. Thompson, Pitt.iboro ; 
Needhara Beckwith, G'row; John Atwater 
E P. Fearington, Francis "Wian, Haywood 
Merritt, Rialto. 

Surface. — Undulating, rocky, hillsides 
poor, valleys rich, water power very fine, 
e.'ipecially on Deep River. 

Staples. — Wheat, Corn, Oats, Grass and 
Bituminous Coal. Tobacco grows finely. 



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CHEROKEE. 



CHEROKEE. 



CHEROKEE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 9,166. 

County Seat — Murphy. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court.. Jsls. C. Ashley. 
Coroner P. M. G. Rhea. 

fM. B. Crisp, Ch., 
W. T. Vest, 

Commissioners : \ Jas. W. Lowenaood, 

David Hennessa, 

[W. H. II. Dickey. 
Register of Deeds. . . .Drury Weeks, 

Sheriff CO. Vest, 

Surveyor Henry Green, 

Solicitor 12th Bis . . .R. M. Henry, 

Standard Keeper , 

Treasurer C. C. Gentry. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Harshaw's Chapel, Murphy, Meth 

Murphy, , Bap 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Murphy Hotel, Samuel Henry, 
Boarding House, Murphy, Lewis Hubbard, 
Boarding House, Murjiliy, J. H. Hennes!-a, 
Boarding House, Murpliy, S. W. Davidson. 

LAWYERS. 

Axley Felix P., Murphy, 
Roland John, Murphy. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Iron Forge, 5 miles N. E. of Murphy, 
Iron Forge, 10 miles S. of Murphy, Miss E. 

Walker, 
Iron Forge, 5 miles S. of Murphy, John 

Hartness, 
Iron Forge, 8 miles N. of Murphy, H. & 

N. Lovinggood, 
Iron Forge, 4 miles N. W. of Murphy, Jo. 

Henson, 
Iron Forge, 6 miles N. W. of Murphy, M. 

Hain. 



MERCHANTS. 

Francis J. W., Valley Town, 
Fonte & Abbott, Murphy, 
Phillips N. G., Valley Town, 
Fain Mercer, Murphy. 
Cooper J. W., Murphy, 
Hubbard Lewis, Muri)hy, 
Henne.'-Si John H., Murjjby, 
Davidson Samuel W., Murphy, 
Kuig M. C, Murphy, 



G S 
G S 
G S 
GS 
GS 
GS 
GS 
G S 
G S 



Brittain M. L., 16 ms. N. E. Murphy, G S 

Hyatt S. W., Wolf Creek, G S 

Valley Town, G S 

, Persimmon Creek, G S 

Shade Creek, G S 

MINES. 



Birch 

Short 

Vest T. Wm. 



Gold, 10 miles E. of Murphy,— Parker, 
Gold, 8 miles E. Murphy, — Abernathy, 
Muddy Creek Gold, 3 miles E. Murphy, 
No. 6 Gold, 1 mile N. Murphy, 
Iron, 5 miles N. E. Murphy, (all on Valley 

River), 
Iron 5 miles S. Murphy, John Hartness, 
Iron, 8 miles N. Murphy, H & N. Loving- 
good, 
Iron, Hanging Dog Creek, Jos. Henson, 
Iron, Hanging Dog Creek, Mercer Fain, 
Iron, 10 miles S. Murphy, Miss E. Walker, 
Gold and Silver, more or less, in every 
direction. Marble and Cotton Rock— a 
ledge running across the county. Cop- 
per and Lead also found. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, 18 miles N. E. Murphy, Eli Ingram, 
Grist, 12 ms. N. E. Murphy, D.P.Adams, 
Grist, 15 N. E. Murphy, J. W. C. Piercey, 
Grist, 5N. E. Murphy, W. &N. M.Colvard, 
G. and Saw, 3i N. W. Murphy, Wm. & 

John Tanner, 
Grist, Murphy, — Herman, 
Grist, 12 S. Murphy, Sam'l Henry. 
G. and Saw, 5 S. Murphy, John Hartness, 
Grist, 10 S. Murphy, Miss E. Walker, 
Grist, 8 N. Murphy, H. & N. Lovinggood, 
Grist, Murphy, Thos. W. Latham, 
Grist, Hanging Dog Creek, Jos. Henson. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Andrews L. A., Murphy, 
Patton John W., Murphy, 
Walker Columbus, Country, 
Hooper — , Cheoah, 
Mayfield — , Valley Town. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Murphy, Wm. T. Green, 
Fort Montgomery, Henry Mills, 
Marble Springs, Henry Moss, 
Slikoih, Marves S. Crisp, 
Valley Town, Mrs. J M. Walker. 

SCHOOLS. 

Mt. Pleasant Aca<lemy, Murphy, William 
Brooks Roland. 



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CHOWAN. 



CHOWAN. 



PROMINENT FARMERS. 

T. W. Vest, M. L.Brittain, G. W. Dickey, 
Jesse Roper, James Anderson, Isaac Rice, 
Robert Reed, John B. Evans, Alfred Gray, 
Andrew Bell, William Watson, J. M. Mar- 
tin, Joshua Harshaw, Henry Suddault, 
R. D. McCombs, Henry Moss, H. H. Da- 
vidson, G. F. Rose, Michael McGuire, Ste- 
phen Whitaker, James Tatham, S, P. 
Sheirill, William Davis N. M. Calvard, A. 
N. Calvard, Thomas Cooper^ J. L. Crisp, 
M. B. Crisp. — Murphy. 

Surface. — Hilly, and in places moun- 
tainous with rich valleys, and splendid 
water power. 

Staples. — Corn, Wheat, Oats, Rye, Me- 
dicinal Herbs, Grass and Live Stock. 

(This is one of the finest grazing coun- 
tries to be found.) 



CHOWAN COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 6,842 

County Seat — Edenton. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Cleric Superior Court.. W. R. Skinner. 

Coroner Wm. Davenport. 

f D. V. Etlieridge, Ch., 
I R. G. Mitchell, 

Commissioners \ John H. Hall, 

I H. H. Hobbs, 

L Charles Blair, (col.) 

Register of Deeds Jas. 0. Cheshire. 

Surveyor b. J. Cherry. 

Sherif Miles C. Brinkley. 

Standard Keeper Jas. Z. Pratt. 

Solicitor of \st List. . . J. W. Alberlson. 

Treasvrer James A. Woodard. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor J. Z, Pratt. 

Constable Thomas M. Harriss. 

f John R. McCurdy, 

I B. Hultz. 
Commissioners : . . . . -! George W. White, 

Chanles Blair, (col.,) 

[ Elijah Jordan. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Edenton, Fdenton, P. F. August, Meth 

Evan's, Edenton, Lumsden, Meth 

Skinner's, Edenton, Lumsden, Meth 

Ballard's Bridge, Edenton, D. V. 

Etheredge, Bap 

Edenton, Edenton, C. T. Bailey, Bap 

Macedonia, Edenton, West Leary, Bap 



Rockahock, Edenton, D. V. Ether- 
edge, Bap 
Warwick, Miutonsville, Eph. Bunch, Bap 
Yeopens, Edenton, T. J. Knapp, Bap 
St. Paul's, Edenton, T. W. Hilliard, Epis 

HOTEL. 

Edenton Hotel, Edenton, Sam'l. T. Bond. 

LAWYERS. 

Gilliam Henry A., Edenton, 
JMoore William A., Edenton, 
Moore Agustus M., Edenton, 
Johnson Gabriel, Edenton, 
Coke Octavius, Edenton. 

MERCHANTS. 



Jones John M., Edenton, 


GS 


Hathaway James R. B., Edenton, 


GS 


Jordan Daniel T., Edenton, 


GS 


Smith George W., Edenton, 


GS 


Bond Henry A., Edenton, 


G S 


Perkins R. B., Edenton, 


GS 


Creighton Wm., Edenton, 


GS 


Garrett John H., Edenton. 


GS 


Badham (Wm.) & Bro., Edenton, 


GS 


Bond Alex. H., Edenton, 


GS 


Blair Charles, (col.) Edenton, 


GS 


Woodard James A. , Edenton, 


G S 


Pearce Edward, Edenton, 


GS 


Roberts Frederick L., Edenton, 


GS 


MINISTERS. 




Bailey C. T., Edenton, 


Bap 


EtLeiedge D. V., Edenton, 


Bap 


Leary West, Edenton, 


Bap 


Knapp T. J., Edenton, 


Bap 


Bunch Ephraim, Mintonsville, 


Bap 


Bass Horatio, Edenton, 


Bap 


Flewry Thos. D., Edenton. 


Meth 


Norfleet Wm. A., Edenton, 


Meth 


August P. F., Edenton, 


Meth 


Hilliard F. F., Edenton, 


Epis 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Steam S. and G., Edenton, J. Thompson, 
Grist and Saw, Edenton, D. R. Dillard, 
G. and Saw, Edenton, Albertson & Elliott, 

PHYSICIANS. 

Capehart Wm. R., Edenton, 

Coke Geo. H., Edenton, 

Nurcom Wm. A. B., Edenton, 

Warren L. S., Edenton, 

Winborne R. H., Edenton, 

Dillard Richard, Edenton, 

Fuqua L. T., Edenton, Dentist 



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CHOWAN. 



CLAY. 



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 
Edenton, John R. McCurdy. 

UNITED STATES OFFICERS. 

Chas. G. Warrino;, Edenton, Col. Customs, 
W. E. Bond, Edenton, Col. Int. Revenue. 

SCHOOLS. 

Edenton Academy, Edenton, Maj. W. M. 

Gordon, 
Boys' and Girls' School, Edenton Miss 

Maggie Beal, 
Centre Hill Acad., Edenton, Mr. Barclay, 
Boys' and Girls' School, Edenton Miss 

Sallie White, 
Parochial Free School, Edenton, Rev. T. 

W. Hilliard, 
Centre Hill Academy, Edenton, Dempsey 

Barclift, 
Pine Grove Sem., Edenton, Mrs. Finch, 
Primary, (col.) Edenton, P. Ferribaugh. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

William H. Elliott, 1,485 acres ; Willis 
Walker, 648; W. D. Walch, 776; Humphrey 
Ward, 483; Timothy R. "Winslow, 254; 
Obea Winslow, 295 ; Elisha J. Burk, 337 ; 
William Coffield, 262; Josiah Coffield, 262; 
Dr. R. Dillard, 1,422 ; James Dillard, 825 ; 
John W. Nowell, 384 ; Rev. T. J. Knapp, 
219 ; Henderson Simpson, 418 ; John G. 
Small, 1,262 ; Dr. R. H. Winborne, 285 ; 
Geo. W. Womble, 250 ; William J. Hally, 
2,000 ; J. M. Priot, 225 ; R. P. Felton, 
483 ; James Bonner. 324 ; Wm. H. Bonner, 
339 ; F. W. Bond, 695; W. Badham, 1,879; 
Wm. B. Shepard, 1,661; Dr. William R. 
Capehart, 1,004; Mrs. Richard Paxton, 
1,152; John Thompson, 1,900; Edward 
Wood, 2,636 ; William C. Wood, 640 ; Dr. 
Thos. D. Warren, 11,695; Wm. Benbury, 
384 ; John Bonner, 311 ; S. H. Hacket, 
800 ; Moses Hobbs, 361 ; T. W. Hudgins, 
700 ; D. W. J. Leary, 476 ; Joseph Moran, 
782 ; John Roberts, 830 ; Joseph T. WafF, 
756; John Smith, 418; Thos. C. Spruill. 
346 ; Peter H. Warren, 235 ; Joel Smith, 
600.—^;/ of Edenton. 

Surface. — Low, level, and soil rich, — 
■water communication very convenient. 

Staples. — Cotton, Corn, Naval Stores 
and Fish. 



CLAY COUNTY. 

[Erected since last Census.] 

County seat — Fobt Hembkie. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Clerk Superior Court, 
Coroner 



Commissioner. 



Register of Deeds , 

Surveyor 

Sheriff 

Standard Keeper. 
Solicitor 12th Bis. 
Treasurer 



,E. G. Smith. 
James S. Bell. 
A. Israel, Ch., 
A. Sherer, 
W. M. Davis, 
J. C. Moore, 
W. C. Ledford. 
Wm. McConnell. 
N. W. Moore. 
John Patterson. 



.R. M. Henry. 
.P. C. Hughes. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Fort Hembrie, E. Hedden, Bap 

Trusquitlen, J. B. Burch, Bap 

Shiloh, Hayesville, T. J. Martin, Bap 

Shooiing Creek, E Hedden, Bap 

Fort Hambrie, H. W. Baise, Meth 
Sweet Water, Hayesville, H.W. Baise,Meth 
Betrau's Chapel, Hayesville, H. W. 

Baise, Meth 
Harshaw's Chapel, Hayesville, H. 

W. Baise, Meth 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

Boarding House, Hayesville, G. W. & G. 

G. Bristol, 
Boarding House, Hayesville, P. G. Hughes. 

LAWYERS. 

Kinsey M. R. Hayesville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Anderson J. S., Hayesuille, G S 

Bristol «& Son, Hayesville, G S 

Sanderson W M., Hayesville, G S 

McClure W. H., Hayesville, G 8 

MINISTERS. 

Burch J. B., Trusquitlen, Bap 

Hedden E., Hayesville, Bap 

Martin T. J., Hayesville, Bap 

Baise H. W., Hayesville, Meth 

MINES. 

Warren Gold Mine, Brasstown, 
Perry Gold Mine, Trusquilten. 
Silver, Copper and Iron found in this Co. 



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CLEVELAND. 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Corn & Flour, Hayesville, E. Hedden, 
Corn & Flour, Hayesville, Hoysea & Co. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Duncan J. H., Hayesville, 
Gaston P. C, Fort Hembrie, 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Hayesville, J. H. Duncan; 
Trusquitlen, T. J. Johnson. 

SCHOOLS. 

Fort Hembrie Academy, Fort Herabrie 
Marian & Moss. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

A. B. Brown, 470 acres, value $4,800 ; 
J. P. Colman, 352— $2,500 ; Rob't Evans, 
750— $1,500; R. G. Ketran ; 528— $1,700; 
R. S. Pass, 220— $1,600 ; W. M. Sanderson, 
1,903— $4,400; W. W. Hancock, 330— 
$250 ; J. A. Barnard, 571— $2,550 ; W M. 
Davis, 630— $1,800; E. M. Davis, 480— 
$1,812; George McCluie, 1,362— $1,500; 
H. M. Penland, 4,356— $6,655 ; Hugh 
Roger, 297-12,000; J. M. Galloway, 
935"- $1,200; James Kitchen, 475 — 
$1,850 ; John Kitchen's estate, 658— $1,900; 
Arch Rogers, 979— $1,350 ; J. B. Rynolds, 
430— $1,125; G. W. Bristol, 2,822— 
$4,919; Madison Curtis, 651— $2,400; 
Elijab Herbert, 1,412— $4,519 ; W. H. 
McClure, 362-12.500 ; R. B. Thompson, 
254— $1,600; John Harshaw.j6,346— $5600; 
Henry Plate, 528— $2,198— lf«ym-e7/e. J. 
H. Johnson, 732— $2,988 ; Howell Moss, 
8,535— $3,088 ; J. C. Moore, 355— $2,100, 
Trusquitlen. 

Surface. — Moderately uneven, valleys 
rich — water power good. 

Staples. — Corn, Wheat, Rye, Oats, 
Grass and Live Stock. 



CLEVELAND COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 12,343 

County Seat — Seelbt. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court..Jesse Jenkins. 
Coroner Elisha McBrayer. 



Commissioners , 



'Louis Gardner, Ch., 
Isaac R. Oats, 

Commissioners -j A. B. Blanton, 

T. J. Price, 

.W. B. McCall. 
Hegister of Deeds. . . .Isaac 0. Bridgers. 

iJ. R. Agent T. P. Wells. 

Sheriff. J. C. Bryan. 

Surveyor R. W. Falls. 

Solicitor Osfh Bis W. P. Bynum, 

Standard Keeper M. E. Rudisill. 

Treasurer E. H. Fulenwider. 

TOWN OFFICERS, 

OF SHELBY. 

Mayor J. L. Moore. 

Constable J. A. Alexander. 

(M. C. Barnett, 
E. H. Fulenwider, 
J. Jenkins, 
J. E. Hoy. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Shelby, Shelby, J. W. Hurlbert, Meth 

Mt. Harmony, Johnson, A. P. Avent, Meth 
Clover Hill, Johnson, A. P. Avent, Meth 
Friendship, Johnson, A. P. Avent, Meth 
Elhott, Johnson, A. P. Avent, Meth 

Rehoboth, Johnson, A. P. Avent, Meth 
Palmtree, Gardener's Ford, A. P. 

Avent, Meth 

Double Shoal, Double Shoal, A. P. 

Avent, Meth 

Elbethel, White Plains, A. P. Avent, Meth 

Sharon, , A. P. Avent, Meth 

Salem. , A. P. Avent, Meth 

Mt. Tabor, Johnson, A. P. Avent, Jleth 
Sulphur Springs, Shelby, A.P. Avent, Meth 
Mt. Moriah, Johnson, J as. Deems, Meth 
Kist]er,Gardener's Ford, Jas. Deems, Meth 
Shelby, Shelby, M. C. Barnett, Bap 

Sandy Plains,J ohnson,M. C. Barnett, Bap 
Double Springs, Shelby, T. Dixon, Bap 
Mt. Perran, Shelby, T. Dixon, Bap 

New Pro.spect, Shelby, T. Dixon, Bap 

Sandy Run, Moresboro, J. S. Ezell, Bap 
Boiling Spring.*, Nicholson ville, J. 

S. Ezell, Bap 

Zion, Shelby, Robert Posten, Bap 

Mt. Bethel, Gardener's Ford, Rob- 
ert Posten, Bap 
Zoar, Shelby, L. E. Ezell, Bap 
Mt. Pleasant, Shelby, L. E. Ezell, Bap 
Beaver Dam, Shelby, L. E. Ezell, Bap 
Pleasant Hill, Shelby, R. P. Logan, Bap 
Bethlehem, White Plains, P. R. 

Lane, Bap 

Mt. Sinai, Stice's Shoals, L. H. Mc- 

Swain, Bap 

Walls, Cany Call, Wm. McSwain, Bap 



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CEVELAND. 



CLEVELAND. 



Camps Crk., Grassy Pond,B. Bonner, Bap 

Capernium, Shelby, Walter Hill, Bap 

Mt. Zion, Johnson, L. McCurry, Bap 

Mt. Zion, "White Plains, E. A. Poe, Bap 

Shelby, Shelby, , Bap 

Shelby, Shelby, N. Shotwell, Pres 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Shelby Hotel, Shelby, W. P. Love, 
Boarding, (Sulphur Springs,) Shelby, 

Cleveland Mineral Spring Co., 
Boarding, (Sul. Springs,) Shelby, Elisha 

McBrayer, 
Boarding, (Sulphur Springs,) Shelby, W. 

G. Patterson. 



LAWYERS. 

Gidney J. W., Shelby, 
Durham Plato, Shelby, 
Caboness H., Shelby, 
McAfee Lee M., Shelby. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Paper &Iron, Shelby, Froneberger & Co., 
Cotton Yarns, Double Shoals, N. A. Jack- 
son & Co., 
Oil, Johnson, A. C. Whisnant, 
Steam Plaining Machine, Shelby, M. S. 

Rudisill, 
Boot and Shoe Makers, Shelby, Putnam 

& Hoke, 
Cabinet Maker, Shelby, N. N. Haynes, 
Saddlers, Shelby, Lovelace & Green, 
Harness Maker, Shelby, P. P. Hoke, 
Cabinet Maker, Shelby, David Justice. 

MECHANICS. 

Silversmith, Shelby, M. L. Putnam, 
Blacksmith, Shelby, John Lineberger, 
Gunsmith, Johnson, J. 0. Whisnant, 
Gunsmith, Johnson, J. H. Troup, 
Gunsmith, Shelby, 0. Wilson, 
Machinist, Shelby, D. A. Putnam, 
Wheelright, Shelby, L. J. Dickson, 
Wheelright, White Plains, John Barber, 
Brick Mason, Shelby, W. R. Hardin, 
Cont'r & Carp'n'r, Shelby, M. E. Rudasill, 
Cont'r. &Carp'u'r, Shelby, M. P. Dellinger. 
House and Sign Painter, Shelby, D. A, 

Putnam, 
Butchers, Shelby, AVells & Hoke, 
Butcher, Johnson, W. J. Gregg, 
Tailor, Shelby, A. W. Queen, 
Photographer, Shelby, M. T. Williams, 
Photographer, Shelby, G. Logan, 
Chemist and Mineralogist, Shelby, J. T. 

Alexander. 



MERCHANTS. 

Fulenwider, Wells & Webb, Shelby, G S 
Moore John L., Shelby, G S 

Dixon T., Shelby, G S 

Durham D. N., Shelby, Drugs and G S 
Jenkins J., Shelby, G S 

Revine & Jackson, Shelby, G S 

Froneberger (D.) & Co., Shelby, G S 

Jackson (N. A.) & Co., Double 

Shoals, G S 

Bean (D.) & Co., Moorsboro, G S 

Mull John A., Knot Cieek, G S 

Schenck (H.,) & Son, Gardener's 

Ford, G 8 

Harris John F., Snelby, Confec 

Durham Jas., Shelby, Confec 

Love & Alexander, Shelby, Bar Keepers 

MINISTERS. 

North John W., Shelby, P. E., Meth 

Humbert J. W., Shelby, Meth 

Avent A. P., Johnson, Meth 

Haynes N. N., Shelby, (Local,) Meth 
Ledford Robert, Johnson, (Local,) Meth 
Mabry Ephraim, Shelby, (Local,) Meth 

Barnett M. C, Shelby, Meth 

Dixon T., Shelby, Bap 

Webb G. M., Shelby, Bap 

Rollins B. E., Shelby, Bap 

Hill Wade, Shelby, Bap 

Ezell L. E., Shelby, Bap 

Posten Robert, Shelby, Bap 

Logan R. P., Shelby, Bap 

McSwain A. A., Shelby, Bap 

McSwain Wm., Shelby, Bap 

Yarborough J. H., Moorsboro, Bap 

Carpenter D., Muddy Fork, Bap 

Elan P. R., White Plains, Bap 
Dean James, Johnson, Pro Meth 

MINES. 

Mountain Gold Mining Co., Shelby, 
N. C. Mica Mining Co., Shelby. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Logan's, Mooreboro, J. W. Logan, 
Ware's, Shelby, J. M. Ware, 
Tucker's, Camp Call, J. M. Tucker, 
Love's, Shelby, Love & Palmer, 
Whisnant's, Shelby, D. Whisnant, 
Oats's, Shelby, James Oats, 
Froneberger & Co., D. Froneberger, 
Double Shoals, Double Shoals, N. J. Jack- 
son & Co., 
Bean's, Shelby, Joshua Bean, 
Bean's, Shelby, Andrew Bean, 
Hoyle's, Mull Grove, N. Hoyle, 
Hoyle & Co's., Gardener's Ford, Hoyle 
&Co., 



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COLUxMBUS. 



Lattimore's, Gardener's Ford, Lattimore & 

London, 
Well's, Johnson, Wells & Co., 
Whisnant's, Johnson, A. C. Whisnant, 
Lattimore & Packard's, ^Johnson, Latti- 
more & Packard, 
Bridge's, Johnson, J. S. & S. J. Bridges, 

Dickson's, White Plains, Dickson, 

Chamber's, Stice'sShoal,E. S. E.Chambers, 
Dickson's, Shelby, Hoyle & Dickson. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Anderson W. P., Shelby, 

Durhams L. N., Shelby, Dentist 

Goode N. A. G., White Plains, 

Gidney J. C, Shelby, 

Miller W. J. T., Shelby, 

Martin J. C, Camp Call, 

Osborn J. E., Knob Creek, 

Price R.B., Shelby, 

Tracy J. W., White Plains, 

Williams Thos., Shelby, Obstetrics 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Shelby, John L. Moore, 
Duncan's Creek, H. McFarland, 
Camp Call, A. L. Green, 
Johnson, Mrs. M. D. Cabaniss, 
Gardner's Ford, P. D. Grigg, 
Knot Creek, Miss S. A. Mull, 
Muddy Fork, W. 0. Ware, 
White Plaius, Miss S. A. Falls, 
Slice's Shoals, Mrs. H. E. Chambers, 
Erwinsville, Miss S. L. Ellis, 
Stick Shoal, H. E. Chambers, 
Double Shoals, Fletcher Falls, 
Mooresboro, Mrs. Mary J. Davis, 
Pierceville, Mrs. P. Gladden, 
Nicholsonville, Miss M. L. Champion. 

SCHOOLS. 
Male Academy, Shelby, J. H. Granger. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Thomas Wilson, A. P. Elliott, Thos. F. 
Elliott, John R. Logan, J. A. Wray, Ste- 
ven Hogue, Shelby ; S. Ramsaur, J. A. 
Ellis, Charles Elliot, Erwinsville; J. K. 
Wells, David Peeler, David Whisnant, D. 
D. Lattimore, Johnston ; Daniel Hicks, A. 
V. Falls, Wm. Falls, J. D. Weir, R. M. 
Patterson, Wliite Plains ; R. H. McBrayer, 
Wm. H. Green, Wm. Stroud, Wm. Mc 
Swain, John N. Nicholson, Mooresboro. 

Surface. — Hilly and in places moun- 
tainous — well watered by the Frst Broad 
River and tributaries ; along these are 
many rich lowlands. 

Staples. — Wheat, Corn, Oats, Grass, 
and Live Stock. 



COLUMBUS COUNTY- 

Population in 1860 8,567, 

County Seat — Whiteville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court..lsaa.c Jackson. 
Coroner Murdock Frazier. 

Haynes Lennon, Ch., 
James High, 

Commissionert -i Josiah Maultsby, 

Dempsey Coleman, 
L D. D. Campbell. 
...B. W. Smith, 
...C. C. Gore, 
...V. V. Richardson, 
...W.J. Taylor, 
. .John A. Richardson, 
, ...Francis Lennon. 



Begister of Deeds. 

Surveyor 

Sheriff 

Standard Keeper . 
Solicitor Ath Bist. 
Treasurer 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



Bolton, 

Duncan's, — 
Fair BluflP, - 
Flemington, 

Liberty, 

Pine Log, — 
Piraway, — 
Shiloh, 



Swindal's, , 

Whiteville, , 

Beaver Dam, Joshua Sowls, 
Cherry Grove, Joshua Sowls, 
Cross Roads, Haynes Lennon, 
Iron Hill >i Roads, 
Mount Sinai, Joshua Sowls, 
Mount Moriah, John P. Lennon, 
Mount Tabor, Joshua Sowls, 
Macedonia, J. W. Gore, 
Pleasant Hill, D. N. Gore, 
Pleasant Plains, G. W. Hill, 
Porter Swamp, G. W. Hill, 
Sweet Home, D. J. Ray, 
Seven Creeks N. Millican, 
Whiteville, Haynes Lennon, 
Western Prong, G. W. Hill, 
Waccamaw, Mission Station, 



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HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Whiteville Hotel, Whiteville, Mills Howell, 
Flemington Hotel, Flemington, Mrs. M. A. 
Brothers. 

LAWYERS. 

Ellis X W., Whiteville, 
George F., Whiteville, 
Maultsby J. A., Whiteville, 



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Price Mouzan, Whiteville, 
Stanly W. J., Whiteville, 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Wines, Whiteville, D. P. High & Co., 
Wines, Whiteville, A. J. Bantner, 
Wines, Whiteville, J. B. Stanley, 
Wines, Whiteville, Maxwell & Co., 
Wines, Bogue, Edwards & Hall, 
Spirit Barrels, Whiteville, 11. C. Rockwell, 
Spirit Barrels, Fair Bluff Smith & Toon, 
Wagons and Buggies, Whiteville, M. J, 

Young, 
Wagons and Buggies, Whiteville, W. J. 

Taylor, 
Shingles, Flemington, D. L. Leeds, 
Shingles, Flemington, D. D. Barber, 
Turpentine Dis., Flemington, W. H. Chancy 

& Bro., 
Turp. Dis., Bogue, Jackson & Brooks, 
Turp. Dis., Bogue, Edwards & Hall, 
Turp. Dis., Horse Shoe, T. M. Smith, 
Turp. Dis., Whiteville, Thompson, Hughes 

& Co., 
Turp. Dis., Whiteville, J. F. Butler & Co., 
Turp. Dis., Whiteville, Rockwell & Spivy, 
Turp. Dis., Whiteville, Haynes & Co., 
Turp. Dis., Whiteville, .1. H. Summersett, 
Turp. Dis., Whiteville. Maxwell & Co., 
Turp. Dis., Whiteville, Owen Smith & Co., 
Turp. Dis., Whiteville, H. C. Rockwell, 
Turp. Dis., Peacock's Store, W. H. Toon, 
Turp. Dist., Peacock's Store, Lennon & 

Collier, 
Turpentine Distilery, Peacock's Store, Jen- 
nings & Co., 
Turp. Dis., Grist's, M. M. Walker, 
Turp. Dis., Grist, A. F. & J. M. Powell, 
Turp. Dis., Cerro Gorda, D. F. Williamson, 
Turp. Dis., Cerro Gorda, J. E. Buill &Co., 
Turp. Dis., Cerro Gorda, J. J. Bardea & 

Bro., 
Turp. Dis., Cerro Gorda A. D & J. Williams, 
Turp. Dis., Cerro Gorda, B. T. Barden, 
Turp. Dis., Fair Bluff, Smith &Toon, 
Turp. Dis., Fair Bluff, D. Coleman, 

MERCHANTS. 

Butler J. T. & Co., Whiteville, G S 

Barden J. J. & Bro. Cerro Gorda, G S 

Buie J. E. & Co., Cerro Gorda, G S 

Barden B. F., Cerro Gorda, G S 

Brewer & Brenton, Fair Bluff, Liq 

Chancy W. H. & Bro., Flemington, G S 
Coleman & Williamson, Cerro Gorda, Liq 

Coleman (D.) & Co., Fair Bluff, G S 

Edwards & Hall, Bogue, G S 

Flinn G. W., Bogue, G S 

Faulk Isaac, Fair Bluff, Liq 

Haynes & Co., Whiteville, G S 

Howell Mills, Whiteville, Liq 



Hinson J. L. & Bro., Whiteville, G S 

Harrell David J., Whiteville, Liq 
Joyner R. T., Whiteville, G. S. & Liq 

Jackson & Brooks, Bogue, G S 

Jennings & Co., Peacock's Store, G S 

Lennon & Colyer, Peacock's Store, G S 

Memory T. S., Whiteville, G S 

Maxwell & Co., Whiteville, G S 

Powell J. W. & A. F., Grist', G S 

Pate G. G., Cerro Gorda, Liq 

Powell R. M., Fair Blufl, G S 

Rockwell H. C, Whiteville, G S 

Rockwell & Spivey, Whiteville, G S 
Register John, Whiteville, G S & Liq 

Summersett J. H., Whiteville, G S 

Smith T. M. Horse Shoe, G S 

Smith & Toon, Fair Bluff, G S 
Thompson, Hughes & Co., Whiteville, G S 

Toon H. IL, Peacock's Store, G S 

Wooten E. W., Whiteville, G S 

Williamson (J. & A. D.) & Co., G S 

MINISTERS. 

Gore D, N., Peacock's Store, Bap 

Gore J. W., Cerro Gorda, Bap 

Havnes Lennon, Cerro Gorda, Bap 

Hill G. W., Whiteville, Bap 
Lennon Haynes, Peacock's Store, Bap 

Lennon J. P., Green Swamp, Bap 

Millican N., Whiteville, Bap 

Ray D. J., Whiteville., Bap 

Sowls Joshua, Fair Bluff, Bap 

PHYSICIANS. 

Campbell S. J., Cerro Gorda, 
Jackson Isaac, Whiteville, 
Morrison M. R., Whiteville, 
McGougan J. M., Fair Bluff, 
McPhail T. D., Cerro Gorda, 
Wyche C. G., Whiteville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Bogue, Mrs. J. J. Edwards, 
Cerro Gorda, John Campbell, 
Fair Blufif, Joshua Waddell, 
Flemington, Charles Chancy, 
Grist's, Mrs. M. M. Walker, 
Peacock's Store, Enoch Hannon, 
Whiteville, H. C. Moffitt. 

SCHOOLS. 

Whiteville Acad., Whiteville, A. J. Butner. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

W. M. Baldwin, 3,737 acres; Samuel 
Bright, 2,076 ; F. George, 3,196 ; L. George, 
679; David George, 422; G. Pridgen, 
1,320 ; J. C. Powell, 850 ; W. R. Richard- 



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RALKIGH K. O. 



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son, 272; James High, 640; Wm. Ward, 
(5,050) ; T. S. Memory, 1,662 ; R. M. Mc- 
Rackan, 2,695 ; F. Lemion, 1,121 ; Wright 
Lennon, 810 ; A. J. Troy, 950 ; J. H. Gore, 
6.000: H. C. Smith, 1,^10; J. S. Cox, 
2,520; John Meares, 1,300, and S. W. 
Smith, 800, Whifeville; A. F. PowpII, 1,718, 
Grist's; D. F. WilliamsoD. 2,887; W. W. 
Brown. 554, Cerro Gorda; J. M. McGou- 
gan, 657 ; D. Coleman, 1,630, Fair Bluff ; 
0. H. Powell, 1,186, Bogue. 

Surface. — Level, Sandy, and in places 
swampy ; soil good. 

Staples. — Cotton, Corn, Lumber and 
Naval Stores. 



CEAVEN COUNTY. 

Population ik 1860 16,268. 

County Seat — New Bekne. 

Population of New Berne in 1860. .5,482. 
Population of New Berne in 1868. .7,654. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Cleric Superior Court . I. Edwin West. 

Cormier Giles W. Young. 

'Jas. W. Potter, Ch., 



Commissioners . 



Ethelbert Hubbs, 
Ed. R. Stanly, 
John L. Smith, 



County Fhysician.. . .P. B. Rice. 
Register of Deeds. . . . Jas. C. Harrison. 

Surveyor Wm. H. Marshal. 

Sheriff. Ami R. Dennison. 

Solicitor Srd Bis John V. Sherrard. 

Standard Keeper Sam'l Blagge. 

Treasurer Albert H. Foster, 

CITY OFFICERS OF NEW BERNE. 



Mayor Richard T. Berry, 

' 1st Ward, Thos. S. Howard, 
2d " A. McLacklan, 
3d " J. B. Hilton, 

Councilmen. \ 4th " Wm. J. Delemar, 
5th '• Mingo G. Groom, 
6th " H. H. Simmons, 
. 7th " Ed. R. Dudley.*^ 

City Clerk John S. Manix. 

Marshal Ed. A. Richardson. 

Jtidge Criminal Co2<r<.Chas. R. Clarke. 

Clerk Criminal Court. W. G. Brinson. 

Treasurer City Alex. McLacklan. 

Phi/sician Walter Duffy. 

Attorney John H. Haughton. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer Wm. G. Brinson. 

First Assistant Wm. S. Phillips. 

Stroud Assistant Thos. Powers. 

Secretary Wm. G. White. 

Ireasurer Frank M. Agostine. 

Neiv. Sfm F. Fng. Co.W G. White, F'm'n. 
Holden Wk &L Lad. Co.J. S. Morris, F'm'u. 
Atlantic Fitgine Co. . . J. L. Watkins, F'mn. 
Reliance Bucket Co. . .G. B. Willis, F'm n. r 

UNITED STATES OFFICERS. 

Collector of Customs. .Richard W. King. 
Bcp. Col. of Customs.. E. Hubbs. 
Assessor of Int. Rev..y^m. G. White. 

Deputy Collector S. P. Wright. 

JJ. S. Revenue Steamer, " E. A. Stephens," 

known also as the " Naugutuck,'" Capt. 

Smith, Commander, stationed at New 

Berne. 

CHURCHES AND PASTERS. 

Station, New Berne, R. A. Willis, Meth 
Andrew Chapel, New Berne, N. L. 

Johns, (col.) Meth 

Jackson, Bay River, J. B. Baily, Meth 
Smith Creek, Bay River, J. B. Baily, Meth 

Core Creek, , J. B. Baily, Meth 

South River, , W. F. Clegg, Meth 

Adam's Creek, , AV. F. Clegg, Meth 

People's Free Church, Broad Creek, Free 
New Street, New Berne, L. C. Vass, Pres 
First Church, New Berne, Congregational 

Middle St., New Berne, , Bap 

Chapel, New Berne, , (col.) Bap 

Christ's, New Berne, Ed. M. Forbes, Epis 
Colored Church, New Berne, Alex 

Baer, (col.) Epis 

Saint Cyprian's, New Berne, H. A. 

Skinner, (col.) Epis 

Roman, New Berne, H. P. Northrop, Cath 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Atlantic, Middle st., New Berne, Mrs. J. 

D. Beal, 
Gaston House, South Front st., New Berne, 

Wm. P. Moore, 
Merchant's Club House, New Berne, W. 

L. Palmer, 
North State Inn, New Berne, Rouorhton 

& Miller, 
Farmer's Home, New Berue, Jno, 0. 

Gardner, 
Restaurant, New Berne, F. Ulrich, 
Boston Lunch, New Berne, Peter iSarrett, 
Our House, New Berne, John O'Conner, 
R. R. Depot Restaurant, New Berne, Jno. 

Cooper, 



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Boardincr, 135 Pollock St., New Berne, 

Mrs. S. A. Caraway, 
B'dins, Broad St., New Berne, Mrs. M. J. 

Oliver, 
B'ding, 241 Broad St., New Berne, Mrs. 

H. L. Smith, 
B'ding, 286 Broad St., New Berne, Lorch 

Brothers, 
B'ding, Br'd st., New Berne, Mrs. Tucker, 
B'ding, 84 Craven St., New Berne, Mrs. 

W. H. S. Surarell, 
B'ding, S. F't st., New Berne, Mrs. Patrick, 
B'ding, 290 Br'd St., New Berne, Mrs. J. 

Osgood, 

LAWYERS. 

Bryan H. R., 93 Craven st., New Berne, 
Carpenter E. W., 81 Br'd St., New Berne, 
Clark C. C,, Craven st., New Berne, 
Green Geo., S. U'r't st.. New Berne, 
Hubbard A. S., 117 Middle St., New Berne, 
Hughes Jno., C. H. building, New Berne, 
Haughton J. H., Pollock St., New Berne, 
Justice Alex., E. Fr't st., New Berue, 
Lehman R. F., 79 Br'd st., New Berne, 
Manly M. E., C. H. building. New Berne, 
Roberts Fred. C, Craven st.. New Berue, 
Seymour A. S.' 79 Br'd st., New Berne, 
Stevenson M. D. W., S. Fr't st., New Berue, 
Clarke W. J., Pollock st., New Berue, 
Thomas Judge C. R., Pollock st., New 
Berne. 

MANUFACTORIES. 
Steam Engine Builders, New Berne, Max- 
well & Trenwick, 
Door, Sash & B'ds, New Berne, G. Bishop, 
Sugar Box and Wooden Ware, New Berne, 

Congden, Stimpson & llildreth, 
Clothing, New Berne, Baer & Epler, 
Machine Shop and Foundry, New Berne, 

A. & N. C. R. R., 
Machine Shop and Foundry, New Berne, 

Maxwell & Trenwick, 
Machine Shop and Foundry, New Berne, 

R. T. Taylor. 
Candies, &c., New Berne, Argues Near, 
Candies, &c., New Berne, J. M. Agostiue, 
Guns, &c.. New Berne, Wm. Piime, 
Guns, &c., New Berne, Thos. Hall, 
Barrels, New Berne, Geo. C. Rixford, 
Barrels. New Berne, — Lawrence, 
Carriages, &c., New Berne, Mills & Ellis, 
Carriages, &c., New Berne, L. M. Mills, 
Carriages, &,c., New Berne, Luke Moran, 
Carriages, &c., New Berne, Joice & Co. 
Soda Water, New Berne, Argues Near, 
Shingles and Staves, ISew Berne, C. Jones, 
Shingles and Staves, New Berne, Jas. W. 

Potter, 
Shingles and Staves, New Berne. Wm. H. 

Romaine, 



Shingles and Staves, New Berne, John 

Vaughn, 
Shingles and Staves, New Berne, J. Ellis 

& Son, 
Ship B'ld'g, New Berne, Wade & Howard, 
Ship B/ld'g, New Berne, A. R. Dennison, 
Brick M'k'g, New Berne, H. J. B. Clark, 
Harness and Saddle, New Berne, W. H. 

Phillips, 
Tannery, New Berne, W. P. Moore, 
Tin Ware, New Berne, Wm. Kellett, 
Tin Ware, New Berne, Hart & Lewis, 
Plows and Agricultural Tools, New Berne, 

Mitchell & Allen, 
Lock Making, New Berne, Wm. Prime, 
Undertaking, New Berne, J. A. Simpson, 
Undertaking, New Berne, Geo. Bishop, 
Furniture, New Berne, C. A.Nelson & Co. 
Furniture, New Berne, Fred. Beosser, 
Cigars,-New Berne, F. Ulrich & Son, 
Cigars, New Berne, M. Korprowitz, 
Cigars, New Berne, Cbas. Tainkard, 
Turp. Dis., New Berne, Geo. C. Rixford, 
Turp. Dis., New Berne, N. Berne Tur. Co., 
Turp. Dis., New Berne, A. R. Dennison, 
Turp. Dis., New Berne, Sweet & Dutton, 
Turp. Dis., New Berne, Congdon, Stimp- 
son & Hildreth, 
Turp. Dis., New Berne, G. W. Ellis & Bro., 
Turp. Dis., Ndw Berne, David W. Bell, 
Turp. Dis., New Berne, W. P. Moore, 
Turp. Dis., New Berne, Hobbs & Bro., 
Whiskey Dis., New Berne, C. H. Taylor, 
Whiskey Dis., New Berne, Fleming Bar- 
rows & Smith, 
Gas Works, New Berne, New Berne Gas 
Light Comi^auy. 

MERCHANTS, &c. 

fAll in New Berne except otherwise located) 
Ash (J. S.) & Co., Dry Goods, Cl'th'g, etc., 
Amyett John E., Grocer 

Agostine J. M., Confections 

Baer & Eppler, Dry Goods Clothing, 

Boots and Shoes 
Baxter J. W., Grocer 

Boesser G. C, Copper Smith and Tinware 
Bell W. B., Naval Stores 

Berry R. T., Grocer 

Berry Richard, Drugs 

Bangert S., Baker 

Boesser Fred.. Grocer 

B'own R. J., Groceries and Provisions 
Boyd W. B., Grocer 

Bell J. A., Grocer 

Berry Z. D., Grocer 

Baer L. N., Dry Goods 

Ball Wm. H., Liquors 

Blagge&Co., Grocers 

Clark J. A., Grocer 

Cleave Wm., Grocer 

Cleave E., Swift Creek, G S 



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Carraway D. T., Groceries and Hardware 

Cooper John, Liquors and Groceries 

Clark H. J. B., Wliolesale Grocer 

Collier & Bailey, Grocer 

Caton & Atkinson, Liquors and Groceries 
Davidson & Scbwerin, Dry Goods 

Draney P., Hardware and Iron 

Dewey M. D., Millinery 

Duify R. N., Dvugs 

Emanuel H. B., Dry Goods 

Eaton S. K., S'l'r Ware, JTry & Watches 
Eubanks A. G., Auctioneer 

Fulman Casper, Tin Smith 

Fulford S. F., Grocer 

Finncane M., Liquors 

Guion (J. A.) & Co., Bankers andBro 
Geicert Jacob, Bakery 

Gardner J. L., Dry Goods and Groceries 
Gates & Green, Grocers 

Hubbs & Bro., Wholesale and Retail Dry 
Goods Groc. Hardware and Liq. 
Hart & Lewis, Hardware and Tin 

Henderson T. B., Grocer 

Huddleston J. H., Groc. and Liq 

Hallister & Stover, Grocers 

Hassell J. D., Gents Furnishing Goods 
Hahn M., Bakery 

Hamilton Chas. H., Grocer 

Hall Henry L., Stationery 

Jones (S. T.) & Co., Bankers and Bro 
Johnston John, Butcher 

Jones (H. W.) &. Co., Dry Goods 

Kellett Wm., Tin Hard, and Stoves 

Kosminski Wm., Dry Goods 

Kosprowitz, M., Tobacco and Cigars 

Kilburn John M., Ice Dealers 

Kilbarn D. M., Furs and Skins 

Lorch Brothers, Dry Goods and Groceries 
Lane B. B., Wholesale Fish and Oysters 
Latham C. H. & G. A., Grocers 

Mitchell, AUen & Co., W. and R. H'dw're 
and Agri. Implements 
Merwin P,, Wholesale Grocer, Ship Chand- 
ler and Liquors 
Morehead (J. R.) &Co., Grain Sh'p'g and 
Com. Merchants 
Mitchell Alex., Groceries and Hardware 
Marks 0., Dry Goods 

Manly Wm. H., Groceries and Prov 

Mumford Jos., Grocer 

McLean & Co., W. and Ret. Dry Goods, 
McLin Henry, Drugs 

Nason Geo. W., Jr., Gen. Ins. Ag't 

Near Angus, Confections 

Nash J. E., Books and Fancy Goods 

Nelson C. A., Furniture 

Oliver Wm. H., Grocer and Ag. Warehouse 
Orr Rob't, Auc. Dry Goods and Variety 
Patterson Moses, Dry Goods and Groc 
Patterson John, Wholesale Grocer 

Pierce W. H., Grocer 

Phillips, M., Grocer 

Primrose (R. S.) & Co., Drugs 



Phillips W. H., 
Physic Geo., 
Prime Miss Mary, 
Powers Thos. J* , 
Rountree & Webb, 
Redmond James, 
Rixford Geo. C, 
Rulifson John M., 
Sheldon 0. F., 



Grocer 

Grocer 

Milliner 

Provisions 

Bankers and Bro 

Dry Goods and Gro 

Wholesale Gorcer 

Wholesale Grain 

Grocer 



Stayner L. M., Whole. Boots and Shoes 
Suydam J. A., Grocer 

Swarts B., Provisions 

Styron & Ball Grocers 

Schlachter F. D., Wholesale Grocer 

Taylor E. C, Cotton Factor 

Vaughn J. A., Liquors 

Wolcott Wm. Jobber, Fan. Gds. and Not 
Walker, Jones & Co., Ship, and Com 

Weinstein & Bro., Wholesale and 

Retail, Dry Goods 

Williams Thos., Grocery and Variety 

West Walter G., News DepotJ Cir. 

Lib. and Books 
Whitman E., Liquors 

Watkins J. L., Drugs 

Wolfenden J. J., Grocer 

Young & Bro., Grocers 

Young E. S., Meats and Provisions 

Trinkard Chas., Liquors 

Zang Adam, Merchant Tailor 

Eaton Samuel K., W'chm'ker and Jew 
Fergersou E. & Son, W'chm'ker and Jew 
Stromer Henry, W'chm'ker and Jew 

Whaley Jonathan, W'chm'ker and Jew 
Morgan Rufus, Photographer 

Haywood John D., Pootographer 

Martin J. Saul, Photographer 

Whitford, Dill & Co., Ship, and Com 

Morehead (J. R.) & Co., Ship, and Com 
Berry R., Fire and Accident Ins 

Nason & Foster, Gen. Fire and Life Ins 
Hutchinson John, Fire and Life Ins 

Nason Geo. W. jr.. Gen. Fire and Life Ins 
Mitchell, Allen &Co,, Fire and Life Ins 
Nelson C. A., Fire and Life Ins 

Thompson H. H., Cash. Nat. B'k. N. Bern 
Hughes John, Pres. Nat. Bank, N. Berne 
Nelson C. A., Cash. Freedman's Sav. 

and Trust Co 
Clark W. J., Ca.sh. Mer. Bank, N. Berne 
Jerkins A. 'I'., Pres. N. Berne B'k Com 
Guion J. A., Cash. N. Berne B'k Com 

Mowers L. H., Livery Stables 

Baer Leopold, Livery Stables 

Moore W. P., Livery Stables 

Dennison A. R., Livery Stables 

Nason (Geo. W. jr.,) & Co., Book and Job 

Printing 
Poole & Son, Book and Job Printing 

McSorley John, Boot and Shoemaker 

Cheevers Peter, Boot and Shoemaker 

Elker Walter, Boot and Shoemaker 

McSorley Chas., Boot and Shoemaker 



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Hill Moses D., Boot and Shoemaker 

White Bros. & Kilburn, Coal Dealers 

Morehead (J. R.) & Co., Coal Dealers 
Kilburn D. V.. Coal Dealer 

Hay W., House,Sign and Caruiage Painter 
Miner J. W., House and Sign Painter 

Berry — , House,Sign and Carriage Painter 
Moran J. B., House and Sign Painter 

Pavie E. M., Carpenter and Builder 

Jones (W. H.) & Co., Brick Mason 

Burnsides Zack. Brick Mason 

Stewart Ilobert, Brick Mason 

Gustrella & Son, Barbers 

Good John, Barber 

Green John, Barber 

Pearson Clinton, Barber 

Hutchins John, Barber 

Baer & Eppler, Merchant Tailor 

Willis , Merchant Tailor 

McLachlan Alex. Merchant Tailor 

Morvin Jas. B., Billiard Hall 

Stedman and Morvin, Billiard Hall 

Henderson Geo., Agent So. Ex. Co 

Henderson & Bryan, W. Union Tel. Ops 
Hobart D. B., Capt. El Cid, Good- 
speed's Steam Ship Line to N. Y 
Chapin W. H., Capt. Ellen S. Terry, 

Goodspeed's Sleara Ship Line to N. Y 
Wallace, Geo. W., Captain Louisa 

Moore, Murray, Ferris & Co's. 

Steam Ship Line to New York 

Stanlv Ed. R., Pres. A. & N. C. R. R 

Powers Thos., Sec. A. & N. C. R. R 

MINISTERS. 

Vass L. C, New Berne, Pres 

Forbes Ed. M., New Berne, Epis 

Bass Alex., New Berne, (col.) Epis 

Washington John, Bay River, (col.) Epis 
Gorden Wm., New Berne, Epis 

Willis R. A., New Berne, Meth 

Bailey J. B., New Berne, Meth 

Suydam Jas. A., New Berne, (Local) Meth 
Wilson Ed. A. Bay River, (Local) Meth 
Johns N. L., New Berne, (col) Meth 

Croom Mingo G., New Berne, (col.) Meth 
Cohen A. D., New Berne, Bap 

Northrop Henry P,, New Berne, Catholic 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Steam Saw, New Berne, Sam'l. Radcliff, 
S. S. & G., New Berne, Wade & Howard, 
S. S. & Grist, New Berne, Conline Jones, 
S. S. & G., New Berne, Congden, Stimpson 

& Hildreth, 
S. S. & Grist, New Berne, A. R., Denison, 
Steam Grist, New Berne, Geo. Bishop, 
Steam Grist, New Berne, John M. Rulifson, 
Steam Grist, New Berne, Joseph Rhem, 
Steam Grist, New Berne, John Carver, 



Steam G., New Berne, John W. Vaughan, 
Steam S. & Grist, Dover, Wm. F. Lego, 
Steam S. & Giist, Tuscarora, J. A. Bryan, 
S. S. & Grist, Pamlico, Dean Lumber Co., 
S. S. & G., N. side Neuse, Edwards & 

Dixon, 
Water Grist, Long Cr'k., W. P. Stanton, 
Water Grist, Bay River, F. Miller, 
Water Grist, Swift Cr'k., Jackson & Co., 
S. S. & Grist Swift Cr'k., Pitt Barrows, 
S. Flouring, New Berne, Wade & Howard, 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bates H. G., Craven st., Newbern, 
Duffy Walter, Middle st.. New Berne, 
Hughes Isaac W., Middle St., New Berne, 
Hughes Jas. B., i3road St., New Berne, 
Primrose Rob't. S., Craven st. New Berne 
Rice P. B., Pollock St., New Berne, 
Smallwood E. F., Craven st., New Berne, 
Watson E., Pollock st., New Berne, 
Mathews Wm., Polock St., New 

Berne, Dentist 

Hubbard E. R., New Berne, Dentist 

Taylor Geo. H., New Berne, Dentist 

Taylor W. H., New Berne, Dentist 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

New Berne, Geo. W. Nason jr., 
Dover, Wm. F* Lego, 
Swift Creek, Wm. H. Ellison, 
Bay River, John W. Bryan, 
Pamlico, J. L. Dean. 

SCHOOLS. 

Academy, New Berne, Wm. J. Clarke, 
Select School, New Berne, A. D. Cohen, 
Female School,New Berne, Miss. L. Custis, 
Infant School, New Berne, Miss Howard, 
German and English, New Berne, E. A. 

Freeman, 
Parochial, New Berne, Forbes & Gorden, 
Infant School, New St., New Berne, Miss 

Susan Stanly, 
Female, Muddy st.. New Berne, Miss 

Nannj' Gibbs. 

NEWSPAPERS IN NEW BERNE. 

Journal of Commerce, Stephen D. Pool, 

Dailey Times, G. W. Nason jr.. 

Weekly Times, G. W. Nason jr., & Frank 

H. Sterne, 
Farmers & Mechanics Journal, (Monthly) 

Geo. Allen, 
Ins. Gazette (Monthly) John Huchinson, 
Messianic Banner, (Monthly) Rev. J. T' 

Walsh. 



J. A, J0IE8, Attorney at Law, 

RALEIGH N. C. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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CUMBERLAND. 



MASONIC. 

Eureka Royal Arch, Chapter No. 7, John 

D. Flanner, M. E. H. P., 
St. John's Lodge, No. 3, Fred. C. Roberts, 

W. M., 
New Berne Lodge, No. 245, T. M. Cowles, 

W. M., 

PUBLIC HIGHWAYS TO AND FROM 
NEW BERNE. 

Rail Road to Morehead City and Beaufort, 
Rail Road to Kinston, Goldsboro', North, 

West and South, 
Rail Road Proposed direct to Wilmington, 
Rail Road proposed to Washington N. C, 
Navagation on Neuse River to Goldsboro', 
Navigation by Neuse and Sound, to the 

ocean, 
Navigation on Trent River to Trenton, 
Stage Line to Trenton, Jones Co., 
Stage Linelo Washington, Beaufort Co., 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

P. E. Hines, James W. Potter, Contine 
Jones, W. W. McChestney, Gabriel Har- 
dison, A. J. Yeonians, Joseph L. Rhem, 
Hiram Potter, Jr., William Foy, James 
Latham, H. J. B. Clark, Geo. W. Perry, 
Chas. A. Hart, John A. Richardson, Beiij. 
Bennett, John Rosseler, John Hume, P. 
L. Cooper, David N. Kilburn, Netv Berne ; 
John McCarter, F. E. Alfred, Jesse Saw- 
yer, John Stilly, Britton Sawyer, J. B. 
Redding, Joseph Cah o, Bny Rwer ; Nath. 
Street, Sivift Creek; William F. Jones, 
Famlico. 

Surface. — Level, sandy, and in places 
swampy ; soil usually good, and much of 
it quite rich. 

Staples. — Cotton, Corn, Lumber, Naval 
Stores and Fish. 



OUMBEELAND COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 16,369. 

County Seat — Fayetteville. 
Population in 1860, 7,000. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Cleric Superior Court. .J. C. Callahan. 

Coroner.. .7 M. Leary, Sen., (col.) 

■ Jno. W. Hopkins, Ch 
Geo. W. Wheeler, 
Cmnmissioners . ..... \ Daniel Dorrock, 

Warren Carver, 
, M. Leary, Sen., (col.) 



Register of Deeds John Frey. 

Surveyor D. G. McDuflSe. 

Sheriff John Reiley. 

Standard Keeper . 

Solicitor bth Bis Neill McKay. 

Treasurer S. N. Welsh. 

CITY OFFICERS OF FAYETTEVILLE. 



D. S. Underwood. 
' Jas. R. Lee, 
John W. Hopkins, 
A. G. Thornton, 
Commissioners, .... \ John A. Watson, 

Jas. Bowman, (col.) 

Thos. Lomax, (col.) 

. A. J. Chesnutt, (col.) 

Clerk, A.M. Campbell. 

Tax Collector, W. S. Anderson. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Station, Fayetteville, J. E. Mann, 

Beaver Creek, , H. P. Cole, 

Cedar Creek, , C. Plyler, 

Bethany, , C. Plyler, 



Cokesbury, 



Camp Ground, 

Salem, , C. Plyler 



, C. Plyler, 
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Sandy Run, , H. P. Cole 

St. Andrews, , H. P. Cole, 

Shallow Well, , H. P. Cole, 

African, Fayetteville, J. W. Hood, 
Station, Fayetteville, H. G. Hill, 
Rockfish, Fayetteville, J. M. Sher- 
wood, (sup.) Pres 
Galatia, Fayetteville, J. V. McPher- 

son, (sup.) Pres 
Sandy Grove, Fayetteville, J. V. 

McPheson (sup.) Pres 
McPherson's Fayetteville, J. V. Mc- 

Pherson's (sup ) Pres 
Long Creek, Manchester, D. Fairly, Pres 
China Grove, Manchester, D. Fairly, Pres 
Cypress, Fayetteville, D. Fairly, Pres 
Surdis, Fayetteville, D. D. McBryde Pres 
Bluff, Fayetteville, D. D. McBryde, Pres 
Bethlehem, Fayetteville, J.M. Sher- 
wood, (sup.) Pres 
Roman Ch., Fayetteville, — Grosse, Cath 

Fayetteville, , Jas. McDaniel, Bap 

Cedar Caeek, , , Bap 

Cape Fear, , , Bap 

Concord, , , Bap 

Magnolia, , , Bap 

Piney Grove, , , Bap 

Rockfish, , , Bap 

Manchester, , , Bap 

St. John's, Fayetteville, J. C. Huske, Epis 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Fayetteville, Fayetteville, Walt. Droughon, 



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Exchange, Fayetteville, Reuben Jones, 
Jackson, Fayetteville, Mrs. Jackson, 
Boarding Hay St., Mrs. McNeill, 
Boarding, Dick St., Mrs. Waddill. 

LAWYERS. 

Buxton, Hon. R. P. (Judge) Fayetteville, 

Baker John W., Fayetteville, 

Dobbin James C., Fayetteville, 

Fuller Hon. T. C, Fayetteville, 

Fuller Bartlett, Fayetteville, 
T^Hinsdale John W., Fayetteville, 

HaigbWm. 11., Fayetteville, 

McKay Wm. M. L., Fayetteville, 

McDuffie M. J., Fayetteville, 

McRae James C., Fayetteville, 
•^Rose Geo. M., Fayetteville, 

McRae John B., Fayetteville, 

Ray Neill W., Fayetteville, 

Strange French, Fayetteville, 

Wright Wm. B., Fayetteville. 



MANUFACTORIES. 

Carriages and Buggies, Fayetteville, A. A. 

McKathan & Sons, 
Cotton [Enter. Mfg. Co.] Fayetteville, Geo. 

Brandt, President, 
Saddles and Harness, Fayetteville T. J. 

Owen, 
Cotton, (Beaver Cr'k. Mfg. Co.) Fayette- 
ville, .Tno. Shaw President. 
Guns &.C., Fayetteville, Walter Wilson, 
Cotton, Little (River Mfg. Co.) Fayette- 
ville, D. Murchison, President. 
Copper and Tin, Fayetteville, M. A. Baker, 
Note — There were six or seven other 
factories, burnt by order of Gen. Sherman 
in Nov., 1865 — not yet in operation. 
Turp. Dis., (3) Fayetteville, J. & N. A. 

Cameron, 
Turp. Dis., (2) FayetteviHp«^R. B. Lut- 

terloh, / 

Turp. Dis., (1) Fayetteville, A. 19. Thornton, 
Turp. Dis., (3) Fayetteviileff A. H. Slo- 

cumb, 
Turp. Dis., (1) Fayetteville, W. T. Rhodes, 
Turp. Dis., (1) Fayetteville, J. C. CoUo- 

han & Co., 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) D. H. Ray." 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) Duncan Shaw, 

Turp. Dis., (in country,) 

Turp. Dis., (in country,) J. A. McArthur, 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) John Buie, 



Turp. Dis., (in country,) J. R. McDuffie 

&Co., 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) McDiarmid & 

McPherson, 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) Jas. S. Evans,*/ 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) E. D. Evans, 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) Tyson & Mc 

Millan, 



Turp. Dis., (in country,) Warren Carver, "v 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) W. B. Halliday, 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) McArthur & 

Suttle, 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) Layton & Co., 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) Page & Currie, 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) W. Rhodes, 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) Smith & Cameron, / 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) J. M. Williams, ^ 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) Maxwell & 

Cooper, 
Turp. Dis., (in country,) Blue &McKinzie, 
Turp. Dis., (in country.) D. B. McKethan 

& Co., 
Gass Works, Fayetteville, Arch McLean, 

President, 
Candies, Fayetteville, Mrs. M. Banks, 
Copper and Tin, Fayetteville, M. A. Baker, 
Copper and Tin, Fayetteville, I. B. Davis, 



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MERCHANTS AND OTHERS. 

Baker John W., Fayetteville, Furniture 
Banks Mrs. M, , Fayetteville, Toys & Con 
Beasly & Houston, Faj^etteville, Jewelers 
Boon Sampson, Fayetteville, Grocer 

Brandt Simon, Fayetteville, Dry Goods 
Cohen N. H., Fayetteville, G S 

Culbreth J., Fayetteville, Grocer 

Carver A. R., Fayetteville, Crockery 

Carver (J. B.) & Co., Fayetteville, Grocers 
Cook John H., Fayetteville, Auctioneer 
Campbell A. N., Fayetteville, Auctioneer 
Daily J. K,, Fayetteville, Capt. Str. 

R. M. Orrell 
Dangerfield J. E. P., Fayetteville, Grocer 
Davis L B., Fayetteville, Tin and Stoves 
Dodd Isaac, Fayetteville, G S 

Dye Mrs. M. E., Fayetteville, Milliner 
Ellis R. H. & J. T., Fayetteville, G S 

Faulk M., Fayetteville, G S 

Fishblate & Bro., Fayetteville, Dry Goods 
Gilchrist & Bro., Fayetteville, Dry Goods 
Glover Edwin, Fayetteville, Jeweler 

Gorham B. C, Fayetteville, Grocer 

Glover Edwin, Fayetteville, Grocer 

Green J., Fayetteville, Capt. Steamer 

R. E. Lee 
Haigh(C. T.) & Son,Fayettnville, Grocers / 

jtelaigh Chas., Fayetteville, «» Grocer V 

Harris James, Fayetteville, Grocer 

Hawley (S. T.) & Son, Fayetteville, 

Boots and Shoes 
Heide R. E., Fayetteville, Variety 

Hinsdale S. J., Fayetteville, Drugs 

Hollingsworth Jos., Fayette ville,«» Grocer 
•Home H. W., Fayetteville, « Drugs , 

^teale (E. J.) & Son, Fayetteville, ^ Books J 

and Stationery 

Hall W. T., Fayetteville, Grocer 

Hart A. P., Fayetteville, Capt. Str. 

Gov. Worth 



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RALEIGH N. Q, 



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CUMBERLAND. 



Hollingsworlh — , Fayetteville, Auctioneer 
Jordan W. H., Fayetteville, Grocer 

Johnson & McKethan, Fayetteville, 

Com. Mcbts 



Thompson J. C, Fayetteville, Boots,Shoes 

and Hats 
-s^bornton F. W., Fayetteville, Fancy Pry 

Goods 



Jones (T. J.) & Co., Fayetteville, Grocers. rfroy W. C, Fayetteville, Grocer and Com 



and Com. Mei 



Kyle [J. K.] &Co., Fayetteville, Dry Goods '^ffroj W. C, Fayetteville, Whole. Tobacco 
T ,ittorir,>i T ^ PpvottAvillA Ownpr Rtr.^^illiriCThasfc W. N.. Favetteville. Sec. Gas 



Lutterloh T. J., Fayetteville, 

Lauder Geo., Fayetteville, 
Lee Jas. R., Fayetteville, 
Lilly E. J., Fayetteville, W 



Owner Str 

R. E. Lee 

Marble 

GS 

, and Retail 

Dry Goods 



■ ipilliDgbast W. N., Fayetteville, Sec. Gas 

^ Company 

Utley Joseph, Fayetteville, Grocer and 

Com. Mer 
Undervrood D. J., Fayetteville, Grocer 
Vaun Jos. M., Fayetteville, Grocer 



Lutterloh T. J., Fayetteville, Cotton and-^V#fon Walter, Fayetteville, Firearms 
Naval Stores Williams (J. D ) & Co., Fayetteville, 



v/ 



Lett John W., Fayetteville, G S 

McKethan A. A.., Fayetteville, Pres. Clar- 
endon Bridge Co 
Mallett C. P., Fayetteville, Agent Marion 
Line Steamers 
Martin Tbos., Fayetteville, Hardware 

and Stoves 
Matthews W. G., Fayetteville, Grocer 

Mitchell Robert, Fayetteville, Grocer 

Moore A., Fayetteville, Tobacco 

Moore E. F., Fayetteville, Grocer 

McDonald H. & D. M., Fayetteville, 

Grocers 
McKethan A. A. & Sons, Fayetteville, 

Carriages 
McKinnan M., Fayetteville, Grocer 

McMillan Hector, Fayetteville, G S 

McMillan W. B., Fayetteville, Grocer 

McSwain [M. J.J & Co., Fayetteville, 

Prop's. Eagle 
O'Hanlon — , Fayetteville, Capt. Str. 

Halcyon 
Otterbourg Joseph, Fayetteville, Variety 
Otterbourg Mrs. J., Fayetteville, Variety 
Overby W., Fayetteville, Saddle and 

Harness 

Owen T. J., Fayetteville, Grocer 

Orrell R. M., Fayetteville, Agent Halcyon 

Line Steamers 

Phillips — , Fayetteville, Capt. Str. Marion 

Peraberton E. L., Fayetteville, Hardware ^ 

and Groceries^ 

GS 



Grocer 
Jeweler 
Grocers 
Grocers 

Grocer 
G S 



Pemberton J. A., Fayetteville, 
Powers E. P.* Fayetteville, 
Powers J. W., Fayetteville, 
Prior Warren, Fayetteville, 
Page & Currie, Fayetteville, 
t- Rav & Pearce, Fayetteville, 
Rhodes W. T., Fayetteville, 
Reiley & Co., Fayetteville, 
Skinner S. W., Fayetteville, Capt. Steamer 
A. P. Hurt 
Smith [W. P.] & Co., Fayetteville, Grocers 
& Com. Mer 
Smith Jas. ^., Fayetteville, Drugs 

Steel A. W , Fayetteville, Grocer 

Steel [A. V/.] & Co., Fayettville, Bankers 
Sheely Silas, Fayetteville, Grocer 



Merchant 



Grocers and Com. M'chts 
Woodward A. J., Fayetteville, Clothing 
Worth J A., Fayetteville, Com. M'chts 
Whitehead (W. A.) & Co., Fayette- 
ville, Family Groceries 
Weill, Oettinger & Co., Fayetteville, 

Dry Goods 
Warden Wm., Fayetteville, Grocer 

Wiley (P. A.) &Co., Fayetteville, Bankers 
Worth Jos. A., Fayetteville, Ag't C. F. S. 

Boat Line 

Johnson A. M., Fayetteville, Inspector 

Naval Stores 

Roberts J. H., Fayetteville, In. Nav. Stores 

McLauchlin J. W., Fayetteville, 

Inspector Naval Stores 
Taylor P., Fayetteville, Inspec. of Flour 



MINISTERS. 

Cobb J. H., Fayetteville, 
Beasley J. M., Fayetteville, 
Alderman A. B., Hawley's Store, 
Newton R., Fayetteville, .,^_^ 
Kellyhan D. H., Fayetteville;* 
West W. C, Fayetteville, 
Fisher R., Blockers, 
McDaniel Jas., Fayetteville, 
Smith J., Fayetteville, 
Jessup B. F., Fayetteville, 
Huske Joseph C, Fayetteville, 
Hill H. G., Fayetteville,^ 
Sherwood J. M., Fayetteville, 



Grocer <*Eairley David, Manchester, X 

McPherson James, Fayetteville, 
McBryde D. D., Fayetteville, 
Buie John. Fayetteville, 
Cole H. P., Fayetteville, 
CulbrethB., Blockers, 
Culbreth Love, Blockers, 
Mann J. E., Fayetteville, 
Grosse , Fayetteville, 



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NEWSPAPERS IN FAYETTEVILLE. 

N. C. Presbyterian, Rev. J. M. Sherwood, 

Editor and Proprietor, 
Eagle, M. J. McSween, Esq., Editor. 



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MILLS AND OWNERS. 




CURRITUCK COUNTY. 


Cool Spring, Flour and Corn, Fayettevift, | 


Population in 1860 7,415. 


W. C. Troy, 






Glenville, Flour and Corn. Fayetteville, 


County Seat — Currituck C. H. 


John Gee, 
Merchant, Flour and Corn, Fayettevilte, 


COUNTY OFFICERS. 


W. C. McDaniel. 




Clerk Superior Court, .J. B. Lee. 






Coroner. , , 


John A. Mathias. 


PHYSICIANS. 




' Thos. Sauderliu, Ch., 








H. C. Baxton, 


Black K. A., Fayetteville, 




Cmmnissio7ier s: ■ 


Calvin B. Casoo, 


Haigh Thos. D., Fayetteville, 






Jas. M. Woodhouse, 


McRae James A., Fayetteville, 






J. B. Etheridge. 


McSwain H. A., Fayetteville, 




Register of Deeds Wiley Mathias. 


McDuffie W. 0., Fayetteville, 




Surveyor M. S. Ferebee. 


Martine T., Fayetteville, 




Sheriff Thos. F. Baxter. 


Robinson B. W., Fayetteville, 




Standard Keeper . 


Sandford J. W., Fayetteville. 




Solicitor 1st Bis J. W. Albertson. 




ERS. 




• Wm. Snowden. 


POST OFFICES AND POST MAST 








CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



Blocker's, Wm. C. Culbreth, 
Fayetteville, Geo. Lauder, 
Kyle's Landing, John R. Taylor. 

SCHOOLS. 

Donaldson Academy, Fayetteville, T.Rob- 
inson and J. H. Myrven, 

Female High School, Fayetteville, Mrs. 
Kate McNeill and Mrs. E. D. McNeill, 

Private School, Fayetteville, T. L. Troy, 

Private School, Fayetteville, C. P. McGary, 

Academy, Blockers, , 

Primary, [col.,] Beaver Creek, Elizabeth 
Merrick, 

Primary, [col.,] Fayetteville, Annie C.Hall, 

Primary, [col.,] Fayetteville, Rob't Harriss. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

David McDairmid, Duncan Murchison, 
James M. Smith, Duncan McArthur, Neil 
R. Blue, Duncan McCormick, Col. Alex- 
ander Murchison, Alexander Elliot, John 
Elliott, Neil R. Ray, J. P. Hodges, David 
Murphy, Col. Spearman, Col. Wm. Alder- 
man, John Marshal Williams, K. M. C. 
Williamson, K. J. Brady, W. R. Wade, J. 
C. Blocker, Dr. A. H. McSwain, Joseph 
A. Worth, J. N. Pearce, Reuben Jones, 
Jno. P. McLean, Duncan McAlister. 

VINEYARDS NEAR FAYETTEVILLE. 

OWNED BY : 



Baxter's Grove, Currituck C. H.,T. 
L. Williams, 

Ebenezer, Poplar Branch, T.L. Wil- 
liams, 

Hebron, Poplar Br'ch, T. L. Williams, 

Moyock, Cur. C. H., T. L. Williams, 

Perkin's Chapel, Currituck C. H., 
T. L. Williams, 

Poplar Branch, Poplar Branch, T. 
L. Williams, 

Providence, Currituck C. H., J. D. 
Huffham, 

Powell's Point, Poplar Branch, J. 
D. Huffham, 

Roanoke Island Roanoke Island J. 
D. Huffham, 

Shady Grove, Cur. C. H. , 



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^^. W. Home, C. B. Mallett, C. McAr- 
thur, S. W.' TiTlinghast, H. McLean, T 
Martine, J. W. Pearce. J. C. Poe, Benbow 
& Co., .John P. McLean, G. Lawrence. 
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HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel. Currituck C. H., Ed. Simmons, 
B'd'ng House, Canal Bridge, W. C. Stone. 

LAWYERS. 

Baxter B. M., Indian Town, 
Granberry W. G„ Currituck, 
Morgan P. H., Indian Town, 
Shaw Wm. B., Indian Town. 
Etheridg^. R., Currituck C. H. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton Ginning, Cur. C. H. Ed. Simmons, 
Cotton Ginning, Powell's P .., N. Pioneer. 

MERCHANTS. 

Jaxter & Sanderlin, Sligo, G S 

Jones , Indiantown, G S 

Morse & Evans, Poplar Branch, G S 



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DAVIDSON. 


Mercer & Sanderlin, Shingle Landing, 
Simeon Noe, Shingle Lauding, 
Simmons Ed., Cur. C. H., 


GS 
GS 
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DAVIDSON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 1 6,601 


Stone W. C, Canal Bridge, 
Vanslyck Geo., Poplar Branch, 

MINISTERS. 


County Seat — Lexington. 
COONTY OFFICERS. 



Ferebee S., Cur. C. H., (local) Meth 

Jarvis B. H., Poplar Branch, (local) Meth 
Poyner N., Poplar Branch, (local Meth 
Williams T. L., Cur. C. H., 
Huffham J. D.' Cur. C. H., 



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MILLS AND OWNERS. 



Steam, Saw and Grist, Cur. C. H., Dennis 
Etheridge. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bell L. M., Currituck C. H., 
Griggs W. W., Currituck C. H., 
Land H. G., Poplar Branch, 
Lassell Wm. H., Currituck C. H., 
Morton E., Currituck C. H. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Currituck C. H., Thos. G. Munder, 

Canal Bridge, , 

Powell's Point, , 

Poplar Branch, George Vanslyck. 

SCHOOLS. 

Moyock's, Currituck, C. H., W. C. Holt, 
CoweDJock, Currituck, C. H., V. L. Pitts, 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

James M. Ferebee, 1000 acres ; B. T. 
Simmons, 300; Jas. B. Morgan, 400 
Caleb Bell, 400 ; Branson C. Bell, 300 
Isaac Snowdon, 400 ; Jason Bell, 300 
George Snowdon, 300 ; B. C. Walker, 300 
H. E. Baxter, 400 ; Currituck C. S. John 
Barnard, 600 ; Thos. L. Sanderson, 800 ; 
William C. Murcer, 1500; Richard B. 
Flora, 500; Edward Holt, 500; Thos. 
Sanderlin, 300 ; John Jones, 400 ; John E. 
Barnard, 400 ; Shingle Landing. William 
G. Wilson, 400 ; B. M. Baxter, 600 ; In- 
dian Town. 

Surface — Low, level and rich, lying 
along the Currituck Sound. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn and Fish. 



Clerk Superior Court. .Levi E. Johnston, 
Coroner A. A. Grimes, 



Commissioners . 



Register of Deeds. 

Sheriff 

Solicitor Sth Bis . 

Surveyor 

Standard Keeper . . 
Treasurer 



f Wm. Loflin ch., 
I Wm. Bodenhammer, 
\ Franklin Reckerdite, 
I John Snider. 
I. Calvin Taylor (col.) 
. .A. G. HufF, 

. . J. A. Sowers, 

, . . A. H. Joyce, 

, .P. E. Zink, 

. . . Joseph Conrad, 

. ..Wilson Cecil. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Lexington, R. G. Barrett, Meth 

Zion, Thomasville, R. G. Barrett, Meth 
Thomasville, W. C. Wilson, Meth 

Midway, Midway, R. G. Barrett, Meth 
Shady Grove, Shady Gtove, R. G. 

Barrett, Meth 

Mt. Vernon, Salem, R. G. Barrett, Meth 
Mt. Olivet, Arcadia, R. G. Barrett, Meth 
Macedonia, Silver Hill, R.G. Barrett, Meth 
Yadkin College, G. W. Hege, Pro. Melh 
Thomasville, Wm. Turner, Bap 

Friendship, Salem, Wra. Turner, Bap 

Jersey, , Wm. Turner, Bap 

Chapel, Thomasville, Jas. Richardson, Bap 
Lexington, F. H. Johnston, Pies 

Sandy Creek, Tyro, — . Bowles, Lulh 

Mt. Lebanon, Lexington — . Bowles, Luth 
Beck's, Lexington, P. A. Long, Ger. Ref 
MtCarmel, Lexington, P. A. Long, Ger. Ref 
Beulah, Lexington, Thos. Long, Ger. Ref 
Pilgrims, Lexington, Thos. Long, Ger. Ref 
Emanuels, Thomasville, P. A. Long, 

Ger, Ref 
Jerusalem, Cedar Bush, P. A. Long, 

Ger. Ref 
Pleasant Retreat, Salem, Thomas 

Long, Ger. Ref 

Bethany, Midway, Thomas Long, Ger. Ref 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Davidson Hotel, Lexington, W. M. Earn- 
hardt, 
Thomasville Hotel, Thomasville, A. Si. 

McCauley, 
Hotel, Lexington, Eli Perry, 
Hotel, Lexington, Joseph Lowe, 
Boarding House, Thomasville, A. Jones, 



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DAVIDSON. 



LAWYERS. 

Brooks Wm. M., Lexington, 
Brown J. T., Lexington, 
Henderson Wm. F., Lexington, 
Hargrave Jesse, Cotton Grove, 
Leach J. M., Lexington, 
Robbins F. C., Lexington, 
Pinnix M. H., Lexington, 
Welborn J. H., Lexington, 
Walser Clay, Yadkin College. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Shoes, Thomasville, Shelly, Bro. & Co., 
Shoes, Thomasville, C. M. & G. Lines, 
Shoes, Thomasville, Jas. A. Leach & Co., 
Thrashers, Plov?s, &c., Tyro, J. H. 

Thompson, 
Wool Carding, Abbott's Creek, C. F. Lowe. 



MERCHANTS. 



GS 



Adderton R. S., Lexington, 
Adderton (R. S.) & Shemwell (L. 

D.), Jackson Hill, G S 

Campbell (J. N.) & Dicks, Lexington, G S 
Earnhardt (R.) & Noae (B. T.), Lex., G S 
Fife W. W.. Thomasville, G S 

Finch (John) & Bro., Silver Hill, G S 
Hambrick J. T., Thomasvile, J'wl'r & Art 
Miller (John) & Son, Silver Hill, G S 

Lowe (C. F.) «fc Thompson (J. H.) Lex. G S 
Lymans (Thos.) & Co., G S 

King(R.)&Heae(A. C), Lex., GS 

Newsom A. G., Jackson Hill, G S 

McCauley (A. M.) &Co., Thomasville, G S 
Leach (Jas. A.) & Co., Thomasville, G S 
Rhyne A. M., Lexington, Confec 

Riley Geo., Lexington, Jeweler 

Smith (Jas.) & Adams (Jas.), Lex- 
ington, G S 
Smith (John) & Son, Cotton Grove, G S 
Paylor John, Thomasville, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Richardson Jas., Abbott's Creek, Bap 

Turner Wm., Thomasville, Bap 

Cecil J. W., Thomasville, Ger. Re 

Long P. A., Lexington, Ger. Re 

Long Thomas Salem, Ger. Re 

Hedrick M. L., Silver Hill, Ger. Re 

Bruton David R., Thomasville, Meth 

Lewis John W., Thomasville, Meth 

Miller Jas., Salem. (Local,) Meth 

Barrett Robt. G., Lexington, Meth 

Wilson W. C, Thomasville, Meth 
Reid Numa F , D. D.. Thomasville, Meth 

Cecil Alex, Thomasville, Pro. Meth 

Cecil Chas., Thomasville, Pro. Meth 

Hege G. W., Yadkin College, Pro. Meth 

Snider John, Jackson Hill, Prim. Bap 



Snider Philip, Jackson Hill, Prim. Bap 
Bowie , Lexington, Luth 

MINES. 

Silver & Lead, Silver Hill, Frank Osgood, 
Davidson Cop., Thomasville, John Eudy, 

Superintendent, 
Copper, Silver Valley, Stith & Stith. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Fusor's, Abbott's Creek, J. Fusor, 
Holt's, Potts Creek, Ed. Holt, 
Homes', Abbott's Creek, R. L. Homes, 
Lowe's, Abbott's Creek, C. F. Lowe, 
Miller's, Abbott's Creek, Ben. Miller, 
Miller's, (Flour and Saw,) Arcadia, Jo. 

Miller, 
Barringer, (Flour and Saw,) Arcadia, Jor- 
dan Barringer, 
Lindsay, (Flour and Saw,) Be,hany, Eliza 

Lindsay, 
Flour, Saw, &c., Bethany, Jacob Clinard, 
Patrick's, Abbott's Creek, Patrick & Gil- 
christ, 
Sumner's, Swearing Creek, J. E. Sumner, 
Steam Saw and Grist, Thomasville, J. W. 
Thomas & Co. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Dusenberry James, Lexington, 

Hill A. A., Lexington, 

Payne (R. L.) & Payne (C. M.) Lexington, 

Rounsville E. H., Thomasville, 

Shemwell C. M., Tyro, 

Thomas R. W., Thomasville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Abbott's Creek, Levi Lash, 
Arcadia, Heury Disher, jr., 
Cedar Bush, Susan Summy, 
Fair Grove, Miss Sarah J. Lee, 
Hannersville, Mary A. Copple, 
Lexington, Bowie Dusenberry, 
Midway, J. F. Ferryman, 
Rich Fork, Jas. S. Sullivan, 
Shady Grove, Geo. Crouch, 
Silver Hill, Sarah Symons, 
Spencer, Jesse Kindly, 
Thomasville, Edwin McCutchen, 
Yadkin College, Geo. W. Hege. 

SCHOOLS. 

Thomasville Female College, Rev. David 

R. Bruton. 
Yadkin College, Rev. Geo. W. Hege, 
Lexington Male Acad., Wm. M. Brooks, 
Clemonsville Academy, S. S. Jones, 
Bethany Academy. Mr. Ewing, 
Primary (col.,) Cleramonsville, W. Ellis. 



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RALEIGH N. 0. 



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PROMINENT FARMERS. 

C. F. Lowe, 1,308 acres ; Alfred Har- 
grave, 1,000 ; J. L. Hargrave, 1,732 ; D. 
L. Michael, 450, Lexington : A. F. Smith, 
441; John Miller, 1,000; Anna Holmes, 
1,400 ; Julia Sumner, 1,400, Cotton Grove : 
Wm. Harris, 350, Silver Hill: J. H. Thomp- 
son. 1,450; Phihp Lowers, 1,000, Tyro : 
Edwin M. Holt, 875, Graham, Ala.: Madi- 
son Davis, 612; Zadoc Griffith, 535; F. 
M. Johnston, 560 ; E. D. Hampton, 700, 
Clemmonsvillel: J. H. Shelton, 380 ; David 
Haines, 518, Arcadia : Geo. Eller, Sr., 402 ; 
S. A. Mock, 355, Midway: Joseph Cor- 
mick, 500; James Adderton, 652, Jackson 
Hill : Eliza J. Lindsay, 360, Bethany : An- 
derson Ensley, 400 ; Samuel Yorkly, 495, 
Thomasville. 

Surface. — Undulating, well waterd by 
the Yadkin river and Tributaries — much of 
the soil along the streams good — the hills 
poor. 

Staples.— Com, Wheat, Grass, and 
Fruits in great variety. 



DAVIE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 8,494 

County Seat — Mocksville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerh Superior Court..!!. R. Austin. 

Coroner Beal I. James, 

J. M. Johnson, Ch., 
J. C. Foard, 

Commissioners: .... |- Henry B. Howard, 
W. H. Perry, 
.1 Charles Anderson. 

Register of Deeds Ephraim Gaither. 

Sheriff Samuel A. Kelly. 

Surveyor Denton I. James. 

Solicitor 8th Bis A. H. Joyce. 

Standard Keeper — Home. 

Treasurer Mathew Fulford. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bethlehem, M. V. Sherrill, Meth 

Concord, M. V. Sherrill, Meth 

Centre, M. V. Sherrill, Meth 

Fulton, M. V. Sherrill, Meth 

Liberty, M. V. Sherrill, Meth 

Mocksville, M. V. Sherrill, Meth 

Olive Branch, M. V. Sherrill, Meth 

Shady Grove, M. V. Sherrill, Meth 

Smith Grove, M. V. Sherrill, Meth 
Dutch Church, — Hunt, Prot. Meth 



Holman's, — Hunt, 
Pleasant Grove, — Hunt, 

Bear Creek, , 

Eaton's, , 

Fork Church, • — — , 

Jerusalem, , 



Prot. Meth 
Prot. Meth 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Lath 



HOTEL. 



Davie Hotel, Mocksville, Henry R. Austin. 

LAWYERS. 

Broadfield R. H., Mocksville, 
Clement J. M., Mocksville, 
Lillington N,, Mocksville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Tobacco, Jerusalem, C. W. Bessent, 
Tobacco, Mocksville, Thos. H. Gaither, 
Tobacco, Smith Grove, N. Bailey, 
Tobacco, Shady Grove, March & Hampton, 
Tobacco, Jerusalem, Samuel Hobson, 
Tan Yard, Jerusalem, C. W. Bessent, 
Tobacco, Mocksville, Booe, (A. M.) & 

Delvin (P. N.), 
Tobacco, Mocksville, H. L. Brown, 
Tannery, Mocksville, Cain (Frank) & 

Martin (P. R.), 
Tannery, Mocksville, Harrison Cook. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bessent C. W., Jerusalem, Q 8 

Brown [Wm.] & Bro. [Ruf.] Mocks- 
ville, Q S 
Cain [F.] & Martin [P. R.], Mocks- 

ville, Q S 

Clement Wm . B. , Mocksville, Grocer 

Cornetzer J., Shady Grove, G S 

Claus L., Smith Grove, Q S 

Eccles — , County Line, G S 

Johnson Geo. W., Farmington, G S 

Williams John B., Mocksville, G S 

Brown [Wm.] & Bro. [Ruf.], Mocks- 
ville, Druga 
Foster & Bailey, Mocksville, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Sherrill M. V., Mocksville, Meth 

Potts Daniel, Shady Grove, (Local) Meth 
Bessent, C. W., Jerusalem, Bap 

Anderson Daniel, Jerusalem, Bap 

Parker S., Jerusalem, Bap 

Gibbs — ., Mocksville, Pres 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Steam, Grist, Jerusalem, C. W. Bessent, 
Grist, Mrs. E. Brown, 
Grist, Mocksville, A. G. Carter, 
Grist, Henry Crites, 



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DUPLIN. 



Grist, Shady Grove, J. B. Ellis, 
Grist, Mocksville, Bazewell Gaither, 
Grist, Fulton, John Haines, 
Water Flour, Fulton, W. B. March, 
Grist, Fulton, W.B. March, 
Grist, Shady Grove, Uriah, Phelps, 
Grist, Smith Grove, Albert Sheek, 
Grist, Smith Grove, Dan'l. Sheek. 
Sieam Grist, Smith Grove, A. Sheek, 
Grist, Farmington, Frank Williams, 
Grist, Jerusalem, M. Wagoner, 
Grist, Jerusalem, Ford & Tatura, 
Grist, Jerusalem, P. W. Harrison. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Anderson , County 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 Madison, Mocksville, 
Williams Rush, Farmington, 
Williams Frank, Farmington, 
Wiseman Washington, Farmington, 
Wiseman Alfred, Jerusalem. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

County Line, John W. Gray, 
Fulton, Milton Hobbs, 
Farmington, Mrs. S. D. McGill, 
Jerusalem, C. W. Bessent, 
Mocksville, Mrs. Ann Parker, 
Smith Grove, Duke Kimbrough. 
Clarkesville, Sarah A. Andeison. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

B. F. Lunn, Benj. F. Eaton, Phil. Eaton, 
James Brock, Orrell Etchison, Burgess 
Gaither, Maxwell Cuthrell, Stephen Douth- 
ett,AVm. Clouse, Farmington ; Berry Foster, 
P. N. Dulin, A. M. Bool, J. M. Johnson, 

B. Bailey, A. G. Carter, T. J. Brown, D. 

C. Wilson, Denton Hendren, E. H. Pass, 
J. H. Clement, MoclisvUle; Henry Howard, 
Willis Hall, John Peebles, Nath. Peebles, 
Nathaniel Garnerwood, Dr. W. R. Sharp, 
G. G. Mason, Fullon ; J. C. Ford, Matthias 
Miller, C. W. Bessent, Ezra Tatum, Sam- 
uel Hobiou, T. T. Maxwell, Jerusalem. 

Surface. — Moderately uneven and well 
watered by the Yadkin River and branches 
^soil rich. 

Staples. 
bacco. 



-Corn, Wheat, Grass and To- 



DDPLIN COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 15,784. 

County Seat — Kenansville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

ClerJc Superior Court.J. D. Southerland. 
Coroner Uriah Herring. 

fD. L McMillan, Ch., 

C. D. Hill, 
• Jno. W. Peterson,'^ 

Jno. E. Fussell, 
. D. I. Best. 
..Jas. M. Sprunt. 
..Bland Wallace. 
..Hugh Maxwell. 
. .John A. Richardson. 



Commissioners. 



Register of Deeds. . 

Sheriff' 

Surveyor 

Solicitor of 4h< Bist. 
Standard Keeper. . . 
Treasvrer 



. John A. McArthur. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor of Kenansville . .Jonathan Chesnutt. 

CHURCHES AND PASTERS. 

Mt. Zion, , — Kirkland, Pres 

Rockfish, , D. A. Black, Pres 

The Grove, , Jas. M. Sprunt, Pres 

Union, , Jas. M. Sprunt, Pres 

Carlton Chapel, , F. H. Wood. Meth 

Charity Chapel, , F. H. AVood, Meth 

Friendship, , Frank H. Wood, Meth 

Kenansville, , Frank H. Wood, Meth 

Magnolia, , Frank H. Wood, Meth 

Providence, , Frank H. AVood, Meth 

Wesley Chapel, , F. H. AVood, Meth 

Beaver Dam, , Alfred Guy, Bap 

Beery, , Alfred Guy, Bap 

Bearmarsh, , J. N. Stallings, Bap 

Chinquepin, , G. S. Best, Bap 

Concord, , W. M. Kennedy, Bap 

Flagg Bottom, , J. R. Oliver, Bap 

Holly Hill, , Haskell Jones, Bap 

Island Creek, , 0. M. Creech, Bap 

Hallsville, , J. R. Stallings, Bap 

Johnston, , G. S. Best, Bap 

Kenansville, , J. R. Stallings, Bap 

Probability, , Haskill Jones, Bap 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Duplin Hot., Kenansville, J. A. McArthur, 

Magnolia House, Magnolia, Mrs. J. M. 
Middleton. 

LAWYERS. 

x\llen Wm. A., Kenansville, 
Kenan Thos. S., Kenansville, 
Stallings John N., Kenansville, 



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Stanford John D., Kenansville, 
Whitehead W. W., Kenansville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Kelly I. B., Kenansville, G S 
Soulherland & Mc Arthur, Kenansville, G S 
WiUiams (W. H.) & Co., Kenansville, G S 

Parker & Chesnutt, Kenansville, G S 

Southall Q. A., Kenansville, G S 

Stanley E., Kenansville, G S 

Merkell J. D., Kenansville, G S 

Merriman & Newbnry, Magnolia G S 

Hanr.aford W. I., Magnolia G S 

Huston J. R., Magnolia, G S 

Sawyer Charles, Magnolia, G S 

Farrior S. D., Hallsville, G S 

Hall & Brown, Hallsville, G S 

Chasten John M., Magnolia, G S 

Morisey David G., Warsaw, G S 

Brown (I.) & Brother, Warsaw, G S 

Boney (G.) & Sons, Wallace, G S 

Hinson & Brown, Chinquepin, G S 

Bradham G. W., Chinquepin, G S 

Sloan W. H., Chinquepin, G S 

McMillan J. C, Teachev's Depot, G S 

Sou Cher land A., Rose Hill, G S 

Faison & Hicks, Faison's, G S 

Bowden Daniel, Bear Swamp, G S 



MINISTERS. 

Sprunt James M., Kenansville, 
Herring N. W. , Kenansville, 
Kirklaiid — , Teachey's Depot, 
Oliver John R., Mt. Olive, 
Stallings J. N., Kenansville, 
Best G. S. Kenansville, 
Kornegay H. R., Kenansville, 
Jones Haskill, Kenansville, 
Guy Alfred, Warsaw, 
Kennedy Wm. M., Magnolia, 
Culbieth D., Magnolia, 
Wood F. H., Magnolia, 
Burkhead, L. S., Magnolia, 

PHYSICIANS. 

Armstrong N. E., Hallsville, 
Blount James W., Warsaw, 
Oobb Benjamin F., Kenansville, 
Devane M. K., Magnolia, 
Faison H. W., Faison's, 
Culbreth Daniel, Hallsville, 
Hussey L., Kenansville, 
Hicks Jas. H., Faison's, 
Hicks John H., Kenansville, 
Loftin J. C. M., Kenansville, 
McGee J. W., Magnolia, 
Moore Mathew, Warsaw, 
Hill Thomas, Kenansville, 
Hill Calhoun, Kenansville. 



Pres 

Pi-es 

Pres 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Meth 

Meth 

Meth 



SCHOOLS. 

Grove Acad., Kenansville, S. W. Clement, 
Institute, Kenansville, B. W. Millard, 
High School, Warsaw, Isham Royal,' 
Institute, Magnolia, 0. J. Carroll, 
Bethel Academy, , Miss L. A. Norton. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Faison's, Chas. Reaves, 
Hallsville, Geo. W. Wilson, 
Kenansville, Miss M. A. Watson, 
Magnolia, M. Evans, 
Teachey's J. C. McMillan, 
Warsaw, W. Blanchard, 
Wallace, G. Boney. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

James G. Kenan, George Miller, A. D. 
McGoweu, Wm. H. Williams, David Pear- 
sail, J. Wesley Pearsall, Jas. H Carr, 
Eenamville ; Jacob Smith, Jno. R. Miller, 
Saresta ; James G. Branch, Branches Store; 
Isharm R. Faison, Dr. Hicks, Col. C. D. 
Hill, Jas. F. Shine, Henry Browhartj 
Fr.ison's ; A. M. Faison, David Bowden 
Geo. Middleton, Wm. E. Hill, D. J. Mid- 
dleton, Warsaw ; L. A. Merrimon, J. G. 
Stokes, Patrick Usher, Magnolia; D. H*. 
Williams, James Wells, J. C. McMillan, 
T. W. Boney, Teachings ; Isaac Brown, R. 
H. Brown, James Hall, J. M. Chasten, 
Dan'l. Williams, lf«/&M7/«; Dan'l K. Kor- 
negay, Mt. Olive; I. B. Kelley, Kenan- 
ville ; J. C. Mallard, Chinquipin ; J. Q. Mc- 
Gowen, Kenansville ; 

Surface. — Level, sandy, and soil gen- 
erally good. 

Staples. — Cotton, Corn,Sweet Potatoes, 
Naval Stores, and grapes. 



EDaEOOMBE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 17,37( 

County Seat — Tarboro. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

.John Norfleett, 
.W. F. Mercer, 

W. H. Knight eh., 
Robt. Norfleet, 
R. M. Johnson,'* 
Thos. Newton, 
Benj, Norfleet, 

,B. J. Keech, 
,W. G. Lewis, 
.Battle Bryan, 
.Joseph J. Martan, 
.J. B. Hyatt, 
.Robt. H. Austin. 



ClerJc Superior Court 
Coroner 



Commissioners . . , 



Register of Deeds. 

Surveyor 

Sheriff. 

Solicitor 2d Bis. . . 
Standard Keeper.. 
Treasurer 



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TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor Alx. McCabe, 

f H. H. Shaw ch., 
„ . . I H. B. Bryan, 

Commissioners 1 H. 0, Dowd, 

Constable B. Hyatt 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Cross Roads, , John H. Daniel, 

Prim. Bap 

Cotton's, , — , Stamper, Prim. Bap 

Little Creek, , J. H. Daniel, Prim. Bap 

Lower Town Creek, , , Prim. Bap 

Sparta, Sparta, , Prim. Bap 

Tarboro, Tarboro, J. H. Daniel, Prim. Bap 

Upper Town Creek, , , Prim. Bap 

Williams', , , Prim, Bap 

Tarboro, Tarboro, T. R. Owen, Bap 

Calvary, Tarboro, Jas. B. Cheshire, Epis 
Calvary, Tarboro, Jas. B. Cheshire, 

[col.] Epis 
Jones Chapol, Joseph Wheeler, Meth 

Rocky Mt., Rocky M., Jos. Wheeler, Meth 
Sparta, Sparta, Joseph Wheeler, Meth 
Tarboro, Tarboro, Joseph Wheeler, Meth 
Temperance Hall, , Jos. Wheeler,Meth 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Edgecombe Hotel, Tarboro, John Smith, 
Hotel, Rocky Mt., Mrs. J. P. Tillory, 
Planters, Rocky Mt., Mrs. Gray, 
Restaurant, Tarboro, E. E. Pollard, 
Restaurant, Tarboro, Wm. Pollard, 
Boarding House, Tarboro, R. Whitehurst, 
Boarding House, Tarboro, L. Chamberlain, 

LAWYERS. 

Biggs [Asa] & Moore [J. E.] Tarboro, 
Bridges John L., Tarboro, 
Howard Geo., Tarboro, 
Johnson W. H., Tarboro, 
Pender L. D., Tarboro, 
Phillips Fred, Tarboro, 
Battle Dorsey, Rocky Mount, 
Thorp John H., Rocky Mount. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Buggy & Harness,' Tarboro, J. A. Wil- 
liamson, 
Buggy &c., Tarboro, Hussey & Bros., 
Boot & Shoe, Tarboro, Howell & Doughty, 
Boot & Shoe, Tarboro, Henry Mason, 
Cotton, Rocky Mount, Wm. S. Battle, 
Cabinet Shop, Tarboro, John W. White, 
Tin, Tarboro, M. Hines. 



MERCHANTS. 

Austin (B. H.) & Co., Tarboro, G S 

Alsop R. B., Tarboro, Grocer 

Battle & Arrmgton, Rocky Mt., G S 

Brown, Daniel & Co., Tarboro, G S 

Bowditch J. H., Tarboro, G S 

Blank & Savage, Tarboro, Liquors 

Chamberlain (R.) & Co., Tarboro, JewTrs 
Coffield J. B., Tarbaro, G S 

Dozier & Bro., Tarboro, G S 

DeSilva M. B., Rocky Mt., G S 

Drake Silvia, (col.) Tarboro, Milliner 

Feldenheimer Mrs. R., Tarboro, Milliner 
Feldenheimer Jacob. Tarboro, Segars, &c 
Farrar & Williford, Logsboro, G S 

Garrett [J. W.] & Co., Country, G S 

Gay W. M., Rocky Mt., G S 

Gatlin [Thos. H.] & Co., Country, G S 
Hyatt J. B., Tarboro, Auctioneer 

Hart W. L., Rocky Mt., G S 

Howard Wm., Tarboro, Drugs 

Hart & Braswell, Country, G S 

Harris & Moore, Tarboro, Gro. and Con 
Knight & Noble, Country, G S 

Keech B. J., Tarboro, G S 

Kemper C. [col.] Tarboro, Grocer 

Lewis & Williams, Tarboro, G S 

Lawrence & Mason, [col.] Tarboro, Gro'rs 
Lawrence N. M., Tarboro, Grocer 

Moore E. L., Sparta, G S 

McNair & Oweus, Tarboro, Drugs 

Mehegan Walter, Tarboro, Mer. Tailor 
Neal Mrs. Delha, Tarboro, Milliner 

Neal D., Tarboro, Mer. Tailor 

Pope K. C, Rocky Mt., Confec 

Parker W. W., Rocky Mt., Confec 

Pollard [E. E.] & Co., Tarboro, Confec 
Pender [D.] & Co., Tarboro, G S 

Rosenthal E., Tarboro, Clothing 

Redman Jas., Tarboro, Confec 

Sizer R. A., Tarboro, Grocer 

Shaw & McCabe, Tarboro, G S 

Smith E. D., Tarboro, Grocer 

Spraggins J. M., Tarboro, Confec 

Thigpen W. A., Tarboro, G S 

Teel H. D., Tarboro, G S 

Wrrren, Jenkins & Co., Tarboro, G S 

Weddell [M.] & Co., Tarboro, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Wheeler Joseph, Tarboro, Meth 

Cheshire J. B., D. D., Tarboro, Epis 

Owen T. R., Tarboro, Bap 

Daniel John H., Tarboro, Prim. Bap 

Pervis John W., Tarboro, Prim. Bap 

Stamper , Tarboro, Prim Bap 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Flour & Grist, Rocky Mt., W. S. Battle, 
Flour, Tarboro, A. B. Noble, 



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FORSYTHE. 



H. L. Statan, R. R. Bridgers, A. Braswell, 
R. R. Dupree, B. P. Pitt, J. L. Home, C. 
B. Killsbrew, W. H Knight, Dr. A. B. 
Nobles, John A. Vines, E. L. Moore, R. 
S. Williams, J. L. Dancy, John H. Daniel, 
John Statan, Thomas Norfleet, C. L. 
Vines, A. J. Cotton, Tarboro. S. L. Hart, 
B. T. Lyon, T. W. Battle, W. S. Battle, J. 
L. Battle, Rocky Mount. 

Surface. — Level, sandy, and much of 
the soil good — marl convenient for use. 

Staples. — Cotton, Corn, Grapes, Sweet 
Potatoes and Naval Stores. 



rORSYTHE OOUNTY. 

Population in 1860 16,692. 

County Seat — Winston. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Stiperior Court.. 3o\m Blackburn. 

Coroner Augustus Fogle. 

' Aquilla Pitts, Ch., 



Commissioners 



Flour & Grist, Sparta, G. C. Sugg, 
Flour & Grist, Tarboro, R. S. Williams, 
Flour & Grist, John S. Garrett, 
Steam F. & G., Tarboro, Robert Norfleet, 
Steam S. & G., Tarboro, J. L. Bridges, 
Steam S. & G., Tarboro, J. J. W. Powell, 
Steam S. & G., Tarboro, Leggett & John- 
son, 
Steam S. & G., Enfield, A. Braswell, 
Steam S. & G., Sparta, Elias Carr, 
Grist, Tarboro, L. C. Pender. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Pittman N. Q., Tarboro, 
Jones J. AV., 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 John F, near Enfield, 

Strickland , country, 

Thorpe Ed., Eocky Mount, 
Knight, C. W. country, 
Tillory Rich., Rocky Mount, 
Ricks W. B., Rocky Mount, 
Petway P. S., Joyner's, 

Roberson , Tarboro, Dentist 

Phillips, J. J., retired, Battleboro, 
Lawrence James, retired, Tarboro, 
Mercer John R., Joyner's. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Sparta, Levi Harris, 
Battleboro, Sarah J. E. Smith, 
Tarboro, Mrs. J. M. Spraggins, 
Rocky Mount, Mr. Edwards, 
Whitaker's Station, Lawrence I. EUinor, 
Joyner's Depot, Geo. W. GriflSn, 
Kingsboro, J. T. Lamon. 

SCHOOLS. 

Select School, Tarboro, Rev. T. R. Owen, 
Select School, Tarboro, Mrs. Anthony & 

Pender, 
Academy, Tarboro, F. S. Wilkinson, 

Academy, Rocky Mt., , 

Academy, Battleboro, Mr. White, 

Prim. Sch'l, (col.) Tarboro, J. H. Jackson, 

Prim. School, [col.] Tarboro, Jas. Dorsey. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

E. Cromwell, J. R. Thigpen, McG. Jen- Bethania, , C. L. Rights, Moravian 

kins, W. P. Lloyd, Allen Cobb, R. Mayo, Bethavara, Bethania, C. L. Rights, Mor 

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William S. Harper, 
William B. ©oub, 
Geo. V. Fulps, 
,Geo. H. Renegar. 

Register of Deeds N. S. Cook. 

Surveyor M. H. Morris. 

Sheriff Matthias Master. 

Soliciter 8ih Bis A- H. Joyce. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer R. F. Linville. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

OF SALEM. 



Mayor. 



Commissioners. 



Mayor. 



Commissioners 



. Augustus Fogle. 
J. N. Blum, 
J. G. Sides, 
Dr. A. T. Zeverly, 
Wm. Patterson, 
Christ. Ebert, 
Solomon Mickey, 
C. S. Hauser. 



■WINSTON. 

Jacob Tise. 

' Thos. J. Wilson, 
Robert Gray, 
P. A. Wilson, 
... ] N. S. Cook, 
H. A. Siddall, 
Jos. C. Miller, 
I. Wm. E. Axsom. 



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Friedland, Salem, John Frebely, 
Friedburg, Salem, R. P. Lineback, 
Hope, Salem, R. P. Lineback, 

Kerneisville, , John Frebely, 

Philadelphia, Salem, E. A. Be 

Schweinitz, 
Salem, Salem, George F. Bohn- 

son, D. D. 

Bethel, , , 

Concord, . , 

Doub's Chapel, Vienna, , 

Kernersville, , , 

Love's, Walkertown, . 

Mount Tabor, Winston, , 

Piney Grove, Winston, , 

Sharon, Winston, , 

Vienna, 



Mor 
Mor 
Mor 
Mor 

Mor 

Mor 
Meth 

Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 



Winston, Winston, W. W. Albea, 
Hickory Ridge, Sedge Garden, T. 

H. Pegrara, Prot. Meth 

Maple Springs, Winston, T. H. Pe- 

gram, Prot. Meth 

Winston, Winston,T. H. Pegram, Pro. Meth 

Goodwill, Kernersville, , Bap 

Middle Fork, Winston, , Prim. Bap 

Church, Clemmonsville, J. Faw, Dunkard 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Salem Hotel, Salem, Adam Butner, 
Brietz Hotel, Salem, Chas. Brietz, 
Winston Hotel, Winston, P. A. Wilson, 
Hotel, Winston, J. W. Alspaugh, 

LAWYERS. 

Maslen Joseph, Winston, 
Poindexter John F., German ton, 
Starbuck D. W., Winston, [U. S. Attorney 

for N. C] 
Stoltz John H., Lewisville, 
Wilson Thos J., Winston. 
Alspaugh John W., Winston, 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Tobacco, Walkertown, N. D. Sullivan, 
Harness, Salem, 0. A. & F. Keehln, 
Carriages, Winston, G. H. Renigar, 
Carriages, Winston, J. S. White, 
Carriages, Salem, H. E. Meinung, 
Carriages, Kernersville, Lewis & Griffith, 
Wagons, Winston, Jacob Tise, 
Wagons, Winston, Farebe & Bodeuhamer, 
Wagons, Winston, J. S. White, 
Wagons, Winston, Spach & White, 
Wagons, Waughtown, John P. Nissen, 
Wagons, Waughtown, Wm. E. Spaugh, 
Paper Mill, Winston, R. Gray, 
Woolen Mills, Palem, F. & H. W. Fries, 
Cotton Mills, Salem, F. & H. W. Fries, 
Hoots & Shoes, Salem, E. A. Vogler & Co., 
Hats, Salem, C. Ebert, 



Harness, Salem, Henry Shore, 
Gunsmithing, Salem, Geo. Foltz, 
Gunsmithing, Salem, T. Vogler, 

MERCHANTS &C. 

Bitting B. L., Rural Hall, G S 

Blum L. v., Salem, Books and Sta 

Crosland B. F., Salem, Grocer 

Conrad Eugene, Vienna, Nurseryman 

Gray & Son, Winston, G S 

Fulkerson J. L., Salem, G S 

Fisher James, Salem, Confec 

Faircloth & Holder, Winston, G S 

Fulp [G. v.] & Son, Whiteroad. G S 

Hege Brothers, Salem, G S 

Hester J. H., Kernersville, Fruit Dealer 
Hall J. & W. H., Salem, Confec 

Hall J. & W. H., Winston, Con. and Pro. 
Hodgin & Sullivan, Winston, G S 

Kerner & Son, Kernersville, G S 

Lash I. G., Salem, Pres. First Nat. Bank 
Lott H. D., Salem, Grocer 

Peterson W. & E., Salem, Cabinet 

Lindsay & Sapp, Kernersville, Drugs 

Naeling & Moir, Winston, G S 

Mickey S. T., Salem, Nurseryman 

Lineback Henry jr., Salem, Photograper 
Mickey J. E. &. S. T., Salem, 

Tin & Sheet Iron 
Rich J. «fc A. Salem, Tin 

Pfohl & Stocton. Salem, G S 

Shults W. F., Salem, Cabinet 

Prather T. F., Winston, G S 

Patterson & Co., Salem, G S 

Tise & Ogburn, Vv'inston, G S 

Seiwers J. D., Salem, Cabinet 

Shaffner J. F., Salem, Drugs 

Wilson [G. A.] & Gorrell [A. B.] 

Winston, G S 

Vogler E. A., Salem, Who. & Ret. G S 

[Also deals largely in Dried Fruit] 
Vogler E. A., Salem, Jeweler 

Zevely A. T., Salem, Drugs 

Winkler C. H., Salem, Confec 

Welfare A. G., Salem, Photographer 

Vogler A. C, Saiem, Cabinet 



MINISTERS. 




Albea W. W., Winston, 


Meth 


Al.«paugh John, Mt. Tabor, (L< 


3cal) Meth 


Doub Joseph, Vienna, ' 


Meth 


Doub Michae'l, Vienna, ' 


' Meth 


Doub John, Vienna, ' 


Meth 


Doub S , Vienna, ' 


' Meth 


Petree Jas. E., Mt. Tabor, ' 


Meth 


White J. H. Walkertown, ' 


' Jleth 


Bahnson G. F., D. D., Salem, . 


Moravian 


Grunert M. E., D. D., Salem, 


Mor 


Lineback R. P., Friedburg, 


Mor 


Oerter, A. L., Salem, 


Mor 


DeSchweinitz E. A., Salem, 


Mor 



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Rights C. L., Bethauia, Mor 

Bodenbammer L. I., Waughtown, Bap 
Gourley Kobt., Walkertown, Bap 

Turner, Wru., Waughtown, Bap 

Pegram T. H., Salem Chajiel, Pro. Meth 
Stoliz Thos., Sedge Garden, Pro. Meth 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Salem, J. E., "Mickey, 

Grist, Sa.em, Blum & Brietz, 

G. & Saw, Salem, J. M. Stafford, 

G. & Saw, Old Town, S. J. Styers, 

Grist, Old Town, John A. Styers, 

Grist, Salem, John Crater, 

Grist, Winston, Jacob Tise, 

Grist & Saw, JIuddy Creek, C. Sides, 

Grist, Bethania, Thos. B. Lash, 

Grist, Bethania, Thos. Kapp. 

Grist, Keruersville, Kerner & Harman, 

G. & Saw, Lewisville, A. E. Conrad, 

Steam G. & S., Lewisville, Nissen & Lau- 

genour. 
Steam Saw, Walkertown, Pegram & Flynt, 
G. & S., Whiteroad, W. & J. Medearis, 
Grist, Whiteroad, Israel Roberson, 
Steam G. & S., Waughtown, J. P. Nissen, 
Grist, Belew's Creek, Mrs. Geo. Brooks, 
Grist & Saw, Winstou, Johnson Vest, 
Grist, Lewisville, Sandy Hauser, 
Grist, Bethania, John H. Rich, 
Grist, Middle Fork, Wra. A. Lowery, 
Grist, Keruersville, A. Nicholson, 
Grist, Waughtown. M. P. Nicholson, 
Grist & S., Silas Creek, Joues & Rich. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Brietz Samuel, Salem, 

Byuum H. W., Winston, 

Davis S. D., Vienna, 

Dicks W. P., Walkertown, 

Hauser R. A., Bethania, 

Jones Beverly, Bethania, 

Kerner Elias, Keruersville, 

Keehln T. F., Salem, 

Lindsay A. D., Kernersville, 

Morris John H., WalkeJtown, 

Shaffner J. F., Salem, 

Sapp B. J., Kernersville, 

Zevely A. T., Salem, 

Blum James S. Winston, Dentist, 

Shutts P. T., Salem, Dentist, 

Munter J. W., Salem, Dentist, 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Bethania, 0. J. Lehman, 

Cedar Grove, Mathew E. Allison, 

Kernersville, J. F. Kerner, 

Lewisville, P, Laugenour, 

Old Richmond, Nancy J. Hauser, 

Old Town, L J. Kline, 



Salem, Dr. A. T. Zevely, 
Salem Chapel, M. J. Marshall, 
Sedge Garden, L. P. Wagoner, 
Vienna, Philip Mock, 
Walkertown, W. P. Dicks, 
Winston, M. V. Fairclolh, 
Mount Tabor, Timothy Boose, 
White road, G. V. Fulp, 
Weavel's Mills, Eli Weavel. 

SCHOOLS. 

Female Sem., Salem, M. E. Grunert, D. D., 
Male Academy, Winston, A. B. Gorrell, 
High School, M. & F.. Kernersville, J. F. 

Heitman, 
Male Academy, Salem, . 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Salem Press, L. V. Blum, Editor. 
Winstou Sentinel, Q. M. Mathis, Editor. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

H. W. Fries^, E, Belo, E. A. Vogler, 
David Spaugh, A. T, Zevely, Adam Butner 
?dathias Masten, John Masten, Augustus 
Reich, — Snow, .James Crews, Salem; 
Sam'l N. McGee, Robert Gray, J. W. Al- 
spaugh, John Alspaugh, Winstim; PhiUip 
Barrow, Israel Moser, Frederick Beck, 
Wm. Fulk, Eraauuel Perrell, Jackson 
Guthne, Sedge Garden; John F. Poindex- 
ter, Bea. Bynum, D. R. Leak, Germantoum; 
E. B. Teague, Andrew Gamble, John Has- 
ten, .John Watson, Kernersville ; Jacob 
Faw, Ckmonsville ; Thos. B. Lash, Daniel 
Spence, Bethania; Eug. Conrad, Vienna. 

J. W. Hunter & Wra. F. Shultz, Salem, 
have an Apiary, thought to be the largest 
and finest in the [State — raise and sell the 
Italian Queen bees. 

E. A. Vogler runs a Dairy Farm near 
Salem, neatly kept, stock flue, and said to 
be a successful enterprise. 

Surface.— Moderately hilly; soil on 
the creeks good — water power plenty. 

Staples. — Wheat, Corn, Tobarco and 
Fruits of various kind, Grass and Live 
Stock. 



FKA^TLm COUNTY. 

PopoLATiON m 1860 14,107. 

County Seat — Lopisburg. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Suj)eriiyr Court. .'K. F. Timberlake, 
Coroner Benj. Eaves. 



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FRANKLIN. 



f James C. Reid ch., 
I A. W. Peaice, 

Commissioners -{ Gray Stokes, 

I James W. Fuller, 
LF. Harriugton, 

Register of Deeds B. F. Greenwood, 

Surveyor John B. Tucker, 

Sheriff F. A. Guptou, 

Solicitor 6th Dist Wm. R. Cox, 

Standard Keeper , 

Treasurer A. Thomas. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Louisbiirg Female College, T.J. Alderman, 
Louisburg Male Academy, M. S. Davis, 
Franklinton Academy, Rev. George W. 

Neal, 
Children's School, Louishurg, Miss Mar- 
tha Arendell, 
Colored School, Louisburg, Miss Martha 
Hudson and Miss Miller. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Louisburg, Louisburg, J. A. Cun- 

inggim, Meth 

Franklinton, Franklinton, P. J. Car- 

av?ay, Meth 

Plank Chapel, Louisburg. P. J. Car- 
away, Meth 
Trinity Chapel, Louisburg, P. J. 

Caraway, Meth 

Salem, Castalia, P. J. Caraway, Meth 

Belford, Castalia, P. J. Caraway, Meth 
Chapel Springs, Louisburg, P. J. 

Caraway, Meth 

Prospect, Louisburg, P. J. Caraway, Meth 
Ebenezer, Louisburg, P. J. Caraway, Meth 
Elizabeth Chapel, Louisburg, P. J, 

Caraway, Meth 

Sarepta, Louisburg, P. J. Caraway, Meth 

Louisburg, Louisburg, , Bap 

Cypress Chapel, Louisburg, M. D. 

Freeman, Bap 

Flat Rock, Louisburg, Prof. Royal, Bap 

FrankUnton, Franklinton, , Bap 

Haywood's Louisburg, Thos. Wilcox, Bap 
Mt. Zion, Louisburg, ,7. G. Barkley, Bap 
Maple Springs, Louisburg, Prof. 

Royal, 
Poplar Springs, Louisburg, 



Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 



Red Bud, Louisburg, J. G. Barkley, 

Perry's Chapel, Fianklinton, , 

Sandy Creek, Louisburg, J. G. 

Barkley, Bap 

Church. Louisburg, , Pres 

St. Paul, Louisburg, , Epis 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 
Eagle Hotel, Jjouisburg, James Dent, 



Louisburg Hotel, Louisburg, Bridges & 

Debnara, 
Hotel, Franklinton, Mrs. Martha Tucker, 
Boarding, Franklinton, Mrs. Ann Coggiu. 

LAWYERS. 

Cook C. M., Louisburg, 
Davis Joseph J., Louisburg, 
Green W. F., Franklinton, 
Lankford M., Louishurg, 
Spivey D. W., Louisburg. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Tobacco, Franklinton, J. T. Long, 
Carriage, Louisburg, W. H. Furgurson. 

MERCHANTS. 

Brown P. J., Louisburg, G S 

Carlile T. N., Louisburg, G S 

Ellis f A. D.] & Young, Louisburg, G S 

Fuller Jones, Louisburg. G S 

Gay Albert, near Louisburg, G S 
Green (W. W.) & Clifton (J. B.,) 

Louisburg, Drugs and G S 

Harriss J. T., Pacific, G S 

Harriss J. J., near Pacific, G S 

Harriss Wm. S.. near Pacific, G S 

Hawkins P. B., Louisburg, G S 

Henly J. A., Franklinton, G 8 

Joyner J. S., Franklinton, G S 

Jones J. F., Louisburg, G S 
Jones W. W., Louisburg, Confec 

Joyner I. S., Louisburg, G S 

King Benj. J., Louisburg, G S 
Mitchell (W. H.) & Green (A.) 

Franklinton, G S 
Minetree J. J., Louisburg, G S 
Pleasants (W. H.) & Co., Louisburg, G S 
Phillips W. K., near Pacific, G S 
Pearce R. M., Cedar Fork, G S 
Ransom & Speed, Franklinton, G S 
Stanton (L) & Morton (G.,) Frank- 
linton, -G S 
Scott Hardy 0., Franklinton, G S 
Sherrod Henry H., Franklinton, G S 
Stegall (E. L.) & Harriss (H.) Louis- 
burg, G S 
Speed R. A., Louisburg, G S 
Timberlake R. H., Pacific, G S 
Timberlake J. P., near Franklinton, G S 
Taylor A., near Louisburg, G S 
Wilder S. T., Louisburg, G S 
White Thomas, Louisburg, G S 
Walker N. B., Louisbura, Silversmith 
Yarborough (R. F,) & Barrow (J. 

S.) Louisburg, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Barkley J. G., Louisburg, Bap 

Dent W. T. Pacific, Bap 



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Freeman M. B, Louisburg, Bap 

Cuninggim J. A., Louisburg, Meth 

Neal Geo. W., Franklinton, [local] Meth 

Brem W. A., Louisburg, [local] Meth 

Reid James, Louisburg, Meth 

MINES. 

Gold, near Louisburg, A. Taylor, 

Gold, near Louisburg, T. K. Thomas and 

Mr. Sturgis, 
Gold, near Louisburg, J. J. Jones. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Franklinton, Dr. E. A. Crudup. 
Grist, Louisburg, T. T. Clifton, 
Flour & Grist, Louisburg, James Dent, 
Flour & Grist, Kittrell's, W. H. Goswick, 
Flour & Grist, Louisburg, J. W. Jackson, 
Grist, Louisburg, J. F. Jones, 
Grist, Louisburg, Dr. A. S. Perry, 
Flour & Grist, Louisburg, J. M. Terrell, 
Fl'r & Gr'st, Frankhnton, W. H. Williams. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Clifton, J. B. Louisburg, 
Green, W. W., Louisburg, 
Green, B. F. Franklinton, 
Joyner Noah, Louisburg, 
King W. R., Louisburg, 
King Joel G., Louisburg, 
Moss J. F., Louisburg, 
Murphy N. H., Louisburg, 
Malone Ellis, Louisburg, 
Man Z. H., Pacific, *..^ 

O'Brien John, Kittrell's, -j 
Perry Samuel, Louisburg. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Franklinton, H. S. Furman, 
Louisburg, Miss Sarah E. Jones, 
PaciSc, John Young, Jun., 
Baker's X Roads, Helen Charble. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

F. Mitchenor, J. P. Timberlake, Wil- 
liam 0. Green, John Winston, Frank- 
linton; James Harris, Dr. R. H. Timber- 
lake, Dr. E. A. Crudup, Facific ; C. J. 
Egerton, Dr. Ellis Malone, M. Lankford, 
Jerry Perry, Charles Perry, Louisburg; 
David Stone, Thomas Alston, KittreWs; 
James J. Freeman, A. J. P. Harris, W. S. 
Harris, Facific; Joshua Perry, W. H. Yar- 
boro, A. H. Taylor, Dr. A. S. Perry, Lou- 
isburg. 

Surface. — Undulating, soil good, and 
well watered by the Tar River and tribu- 
taries. 

Staples. Tobacco, Cotton, Corn, 

Wheat and Sweet Potatoes. 



GASTON COUNTY, 

Population in 1860 9,307 

County Seat — Dallas, 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Cleric Superior Court.. Y,. H. Withers. 
Coroner Miles Hoffman. 

f J. A. Torrence, Ch., 
William McKee, 
John Armstrong, 
WilHam Falls, 

. Eli Rhyne. 

.C. C Withers. 

,W. B. Lay. 

,G.W. McKee. 
Statidcfrd Keeper. . . .'. Amzi Ford. 
Solicitor 9th Dis . . ..W. P. Bynum. 
Treasurer Milton J. Aydlott. 



Commissioners . 



Register of Deeds. 

Surveyor 

Sheriff. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Castinia Grove, , Bar, Pres 

Dallas. , Bar, Pres 

Goshen, , R. N. Davis, Pres 

CWney, , Bar, Pres 

'ijnion, , W. W. Ratchford, Pres 

Brewington, , E. A. Poe, Bap 

Dallas, , E. A. Poe, Bap 

Lona; Creek, , E. A. Poe, Bap 

Mt. Zion, , E. A. Poe, Bap 

Union, , E. A. Poe, Bap 

Beaverdam, , E. A. Fox, Luth 

Christ Church, , J. R. Peterson, Luth 

Chapel, , J. R. Peterson, Luth 

Philadelphia, , J. R. Peterson, Luth 

Bethesda, , M. H. Hoyl, Meth 

Concord, , M. H. Hoyl, Meth 

Concord, , W. Rawlings-, North. Meth 

Ebenezer, , M. H. Hoyl, Meth 

Erasmus, , M. H. Hoyl, Meth 

Homestead, , Lile Nofand, Meth 

Lander's Chapel, , M. H. Hoyl, Meth 

Stanley's Creek, , M. H. Hoyl, Meth 

Shiloh, , M. H. Hoyl, Meth 

Trinity, , , Prot. Meth 

Chapel, , O'Connell, Cath 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Village Hotel, Dallas, H. Mathews, 
Mansion House, Dallas, Jonas Hoffman, 
Hotel, Cherryville, H. Summit. 

LAWYERS. 

Grier E. C, Dallas, 
Moore M. A., Dallas, 



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MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton.'Woodlawn, T. R. Tate, 
Cotton,'^Woodlawn, L. Lineberger & Co, 
Carriages, Dallas, S. & M. Withers, 
Cotton, Woodlawn, J. & E. B. Stovve, 
Columbian Furnace, High Shoal, Ad. 

Charles Wilkes, 
Iron Works, Crowders Mt. S. Gates. 
Mfg. Co., High Shoals, Acl. Chs. Wilkes, 

(Make, Iron, Nails, HoUoware, &c.,) 
Tannery, Woodlawn J. & E. B. Stovve, 
Tannery, Dallas, J. K. Rhyne & Sou, 
Tannery, Dallas, A. A. Manney, 
Tannery, Pleasant Ridge Zimri Robinson, 
Tannery, Pleasant Ridge, Robert Craig, 
Tannery, Woodlawn, George C. Rhyne. 

MERCHANTS. 

Alcorn , Woodlawn, G S 

Crow & Neal, Rings Mountain, G S 

Cr.i,ig & Froneberger, South Point, G S 

Froneberger (J.) & Co., Dallas, G S 

Glenn & Wilson, Plesant Ridge, G S 

Hines Moses M., Cherryville, G S 

Love A. J., Pleasant Hill, G S 

Lineberger (L.) &Co., Woodlawn, G S 

Mathews Uriah, Dallas, G S 

Nathans M., Dallas, G S 

Pasour E., Dallas, G S 
Richards &Lineberger,Brevard Station GS 

Puryer (J. F.) & Bro., Dallas, G S 

Wilkinson T. F., Brevard Station, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Moody R. H., Collettsville, Bap 
Poe E. A., Dallas, Bap 
Boyce, W. W., Pleasant Ridgo, Ref. Pres 
Hall J. D., Woodlawn, Pres 
Kennedy J. J., Dallas, Pres 
Hatchford William, South Point, Pres 
Peterson J. R., Dallas, Luth 
Hoyl M. H., Dallas, Meth 
RowHngs Wm., North. Meth 
, O'Connell, AVoodlawn, Catholic 

MINES. 

Gold, Dallas, F. Schleigelmich & Co., 
Gold, Dallas, F. Schl. ij;e!mich & Co., 
Gold, King Mountain, V. Q. Johnston- 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Woodlown, M. & G. Abernathy, 
Grist, Dallas, John Clenner, 
Gri.st, Woodlawn, W. & G. Fite, 
Grist, Dallas, Hoffman & Rhyne, 
Grist, Dallas, (for sale,) Pasour & Holland, 
Giist, Woodlawn, L. Lineberger & Co., 
Grist, Woodlawn, Est. F. Nims, 
Grist, Dallas, H. Setzer, 



Grist, Dallas, White & Jenkins, 
Grist, Old Furnace, Mrs. Mary White. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Abernathy Jas. & W., Brevard Station, 

Graham Joseph, Woodlawn, 

Holland E. B., Dallas, 

Johnson Sidney X., Castinia Grove, 

McLean John, Juu., Woodlawn, 

McLean John, South Point, 

Murphy J. E., Old Furnace, 

Torreuce W. J., Pleasant Ridge, 

Torrence J. N., Pleasant Ridge. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Crowder's Mountain, N. M. Carson, 

Cherryville, John Quinn, 

Dallas, E. Pasour, 

South Point, K. M, McLaugheu, 

Woodlawn, M. S. Merriit, 

Old Furnace, While. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

L. Lineberger & Co., 2,000 acres ; J. D. 
Rankin, 1,UU0, Woodlawn: A. C. Wilkes, 
1-i.OUO, Righshoai : Henry Setzer, 9U0; 
White & Young, 1,000; L. A. Mason, 800, 
Dallas: Samuel Best, 700; C. W. Hoyl, 
800 ; J. & E. B. Stowe, 2,000 ; Robert 
Wilson, 1,000; J. H. Rhyne, 1,000; Ran- 
kin Falls, 1,000 ; Crowder's Mountain Iron 
Works, 2,000 ; White & Jenkins, 500 ; A. 
S. Bradley, (JOO ; J. H. While, 500 ; F. 
Schleigelmich & Co., 500 ; Robert Hol- 
land, 500 ; Dr. E. B. Holland, 500 ; Menas- 
seh Pasour, 400 ; Michael Friday, 600 ; 
J. F. Smyer, 300; J. D. McLean, 1,000; 
Hon. W. A. Graham, 1,000; M. D. Friday, 
700; John Bell, 400, Dallas. 

StTRPACE. — Moderately hilly, land good, 
water power very hue. 

Staples. — Corn, Wheat, Tobacco and 
Cotton. Stock raisiiig good. 



GATES COONTY. 

Population in 1860 8,443, 

County Seat — Gatesvillb. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Sxi/perior Court. .R. B. G. Cowper, 

Coroner H. Holler, 

f S. J. Lawtherch., 
I David Parker, 
Commissioners: .... \ Mills H. Eure, 
H. A. Morgan, 
A. G. Rountree. 



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GATES. 



GATES. 



Hegiater of Deeds. . . .John R. Walton, 

Shcrif B. F. Willey, 

Surveyor Allen Smith, 

Solicitor 1st District... 5. W. Albertson, 

Standard Keeper , 

Treasurer Lassiter Riddick. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Sandy Cross, Sandy Cross, , 

Knapp, Bap 

Church, Gatesville, Thos. Babb, Bap 

Middle Swamp, Bucklin, — Bailey, Bap 
Piuey Grove, Reynoldson, Tbos. Babb, Bap 
Coal Spring, Gatesville, Thos. Babb, Bap 
Church, Gatesville, Wash. L. Boon, 

(col.) Bap 
Lassiter's Chapel, Sunsbury, G. W. 

Phelps, Epis 

St. , Gatesville, G. W. Phelps, Epis 

Kittrells, Reynoldson, — Colonna, Meth 
Church. Gatesville, — Colonna, Meth 
Fletcher Chapel, Gatesville, — 

Colonna, Meth 

Savage's, Reynoldson, — Colonna, Meth 
Philadelphia, Sunsbury, — Colonna, Meth 
Zion, Sunsbury, — Colonna, Meth 

Jerusalem, Sunsbury, Ed. Parker, 

Prot, Meth 

HOTEL. 

Hotel, Gatesville, John Brady. 

LAWYERS. 

Eure M. L., Gatesville, 
Gatling John, Gatesville, 
Reed Wm. L., Gatesville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Cross (J. F.) & Co., (S. R. Norfleet), 

Sunsbury, G S 

Eure (M. H.) & Gatling (R.), Lum- 

berton, G S 

Eure'CM. H.) & Edwards (B.), Rey- 
noldson, G S 
Green Alonzo, (col.), Gatesville, Confec 
Everett James, Holly Grove, G S 
Harrell (R.) & Wilkins (W.) Sunsbury, G S 
" G S 
GS 
G S 



Manning W. H., Mintonsville, 
Riddick R. M., Gatesville, 
Russell E., Sandy Cross, 
Willams (H. C. & R.), Cross (Thos.) 

& Co., Merchant Mills, 
Williams (R.) Howell (S. & W. P.) 

& Co. (H. A. Morgan), Gatesville, 

MINISTERS. 



GS 

GS 



Colonna , Gatesville, Meth 

Harrell Nat., Gatesville, (Local,) Meth 
Jordan Costen, Sunsbury, (Local,) Meth 



Parker Ed., Sunsbury, Prot. Meth 

Babb Thos., Reynoldson, Bap 

Speight Henry, Buckland, Bap 

Speight Alex.. Gatesvelle, Bap 

Phelps G. W., Gatesville, Epis 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist and Saw, Holly Grove, B. Goodman's 

Estate, 
Grist and Saw, Sandy Cross, Daniel Jones, 
Grist and Saw, Gatesville, Wm. Jones 
G. and Saw, Sunsbury, Norfleet & Cross, 
G. & Saw, Mintonsville, Trottman & Only' 
G. and Saw, Mintonsville, A. J. Walton ' 
G. & S., Merchant Mills, H. C. Williams 
G. & Saw, Gatesville, R. H. Ballard, ' 
Steam Saw, Lumberton, Link, Kleooer 

& Co. ^^ 

PHYSICIANS. 

Lee Wm. Henry, Reynoldson, 
Louther S. J., Holly Grove, 
Morgan Henry Holly Grove, 

Nixon , Mintonsville, 

Savage 0. B., Gatesville, 
Smith Richard, Merchant Mills, 
Williams EHsha, Sunsbury, 
Willey H. C, Gatesville, 
Woodley W. T., Sunsbury. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 



Buckland, , 

Gates ville, Miss M. S. Moody, 

Holly Grove, , 

Mintonsville, , 

Reynoldson, , 

Sunsbury, J. F. Cross. 

SCHOOLS. 

Academy, Female, Holly Grove, Miss Mag. 

Parker, 
Academy, Male, Sunsbury, M. Kellog, 
Academy, Male, Gatesville, Rev. G. W. 

Phelps, 
Acad., Female, Gatesville, Mrs. Hazlett, 

Academy, , James Hays, 

Academy, Female, , Miss Penny 

Morriss, 

Academy, Male, , B. Barker, 

Middle Swamp, , John Williams, 

Acad., (Bap.,) Reynoldson, Davis. 

PROMINENT Farmers. 

James and Joseph Parker, Lassiter Rid- 
dick, H. C. Willey, Hance Hofler, M. H. 
Eure, W. M. Daughtery, Robt. H. Ballard, 
AVm. Jones, Gatesville ; Dr. Robert Savage, 
John L. Gatling, Jethro D. Goodman, 



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GRANVILLE. 



GRANVILLE. 



Hazlett, John F. Hazlett, Edmond 

J. Parker, Rev. H. A. Morgan, Reynoldson; 
Dr. H. H. Hunter, Dr. E. AVilliams, James 
E. Everett, John A. Knight, J. H. Lassiter, 
John Gatling, Seth R. Norfleet, W. B. S. 
Riddick, Simshnry ; Joshua W. Wheeler, 
Miles Riddick, Benj. Saunders, W. P. 
Hayes, Gatesville ; W. H. Manning. Jas. T. 
Bind, Alfred J. Walton, Mintonsville. 

Surface. — Level, soil rich — lays north 
and east of the Chowan River. 

Staples.— Cotton, Corn, Sweet Po- 
tatoes, Fish and Naval Stores. 



GRANVILLE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 28,896. 

County Seat — Oxford. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Cleric Superior Court. 
Coroner 



Commissioners . 



Register of Deeds. 

Sheriff 

Surveyor 

Solicitor 6th Dis. . 
Standard Keeper. 
Treasurer 



Calvin Betts. 
W. K. Jenkins. 
Lewis H. Kittle, Ch., 
Thos. W. Pool, 
Wm. H. Puryear, 
E. B. Lyon, 
_Thos. W. Hicks. 

.John "Vi^Betts. 
.James's! Moore, 
.Lewis Ragland. 
.Wm. R. Cox. 
.L. LaCham. 
.R. P. Taylor. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bank's Chapel, Wilton, P. H. Cara- 
way, Meth 
Bethel', Kittrell's, John Tillett, Meth 
Bullock's, Tally Ho, John Tillett, Meth 
Calvary, Knapp of Reeds, John 

Tillett, Meth 
Ebenezer, Oak Hill, John Tillett, Meth 
Gi-ey Rock, Kittrell's, Jno. Tillett, Meth 
Grove Hill, Wilton, P. J. Caraway, Meth 
Henderson, Henderson, H. H. Gib- 
bons, Meth 
Hermen, Henderson, J. Tillett, Meth 
Moore's, Tally Ho, J. Tillett, Meth 
Morrow's, Williamsboro, H. H. Gib- 
bons. Meth 
Oxford, Oxford, J. Tillett, Meth 
Perry's Chapel, Rogers' Store, J. 

Tillett, Meth 
Rock Spring, Henderson, H. H. Gib- 
bons, Meth 
Salem, Oxforrd, J. Tillett, Meth 
Shady Grove, Oxford, J. Tillett, Meth 
Tabernacle, Townsville, H. H. Gib- 
bons, Meth 



St. Bartholomew, Oxford, Maurice 

Vaughan, 
St. John's, Williamsboro, Maurice 

Vaughan, 
Holy Innocent's, Henderson, 
Midway, Williamsburg, Alf. Apple, 
Church, Wilton, J. W. Wellons, 
Corinth, Wilton, J. J. Purefoy, 
Concord, Dutchville, J. J. Lansdale, 
Brasshelds, Wilton, Dr. Wiugate, 
Grove, Ht. Energy, J. J. Lansdale, 

Grassy Greek, Venable's, , 

Henderson, Henderson, Prof. Brooks, 
Hester's, Oxford, Beacham, 



Knapp of Reeds, , At- 
kinson, 

Mt. Zion, Berea, , 

Mount'n Creek, Oak Hill, 

Stradley, 

Oxford, Oxford, Marsh, 

Poplar Creek, Henderson, Jno. 

L. Carroll, 
Tabb's Creek, Oxford, John L. 
Carroll, 

Harriss' Chapel, Williamsboro, 

Kennutt, Prot. 

Midway, Williamsboro, Ken- 
nutt, Prot. 

Rehobeth, Oxford, -Kennutt, P't 

Union Chapel, Kittrell's, Gil- 

breth, Prot. 

Church, Henderson, , 

Church, Oxford, , 

Grassy Creek, Oxford, , 

Shiloh, Brownsville, G. W. Ferrell, 
Genevah, Brownsville, G. W. Ferrell 
Sardis, Oak Hill, Ed. Hines, 
Nutbush, Townsville, Ed. Hines, 



Epis 

Epis 
Epis 
Chris 
Chris 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 

Bap 
Bap 



Bap y 
Bap%^ 

Bap 

Bap 

Meth 

Meth 
Meth 



Meth 
Pres 
Pres 
Pres 
Pres 

, Pres 
Pres 
Pres 



HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Granville House, Oxford, Dr. S. A. Wil- 
liams, 
Boarding House, Oxford, Rev. R. P. Hunt, 
Boarding Plouse, Oxford, Mrs. M. E. 

Washington, 
Boarding House, Oxford, Daniel. S. Os- 
borne. 
Hotel, Henderson, J. Sweat, 
Hotel, Henderson, Simon Kittrell, 

Boarding House, Henderson, Smith. 

Hotel, Kittrell Springs, Dr. G. W. Black- 
uall. 

LAWYERS. 

Amis Col. James S., Oxford, 
Gilliam R. B., Oxford. 
Edwards L. C, Oxford, 
Hargrove Col. T. L., Oxford, 
Harriss, Cicero, W., Henderson, 
Harriss George Badger, Henderson, 
Hays John W., Oxford, 



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GRANVILLE. 



Lanier M. V., Oxford, 
Littlejohn J. T., Oxford, 
Lassiter R. W., Oxford, 
Rowland James H., Oxford, 
Venable A. W., Oxford, 
Venable Maj. T. B., Oxford, 
Wortham Col. George, Oxford, 
Williams John A., Oxford, 
Young W. Hamilton, Henderson. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Iron Foundry, Oxford, Jones & Hobgood, 
Tannery, Oxford, Amon Cretcher. 
Cabinet Shop, Oxford, John L. Crabtree, 
Cabinet Shop, Oxford, Benj. F. Persons. 
Undertaker, Oxford, Wm. R. Hunter, 
Tobacco, Henderson, John G. Yancey, 
Tobacco, Tally Ho, R. H. Kingsbury & 

Co., 
Tobacco, Oxford, Dan'l. Osborn, 
Carriage, Williamsboro, E. Haithcock, 
Sash & Blinds, Oxford, — Hunter, 
Tannery, Henderson, J. E. Clark, 

Carriages, Henderson, , 

Tannery, Waller's, Logan Meadows. 

MERCHANTS &c. IN OXFORD 

Beasley (W. R.) & Co., Drugs 

Cooper & Williams, G S 
Cox & Morris, Gents Furnishing House_ 

ElHngton J. M., Liq. & Wines" 

Graudy, Landis, & Co., G S 

y Herndon H. C, G S 

Hunt James T., G Sl 

Hunt (R. L.) & Bro., G S 

Harriss, Crews & Co., G S 



Jenkins W. K 
Mitchell R. J., 
Osborne Dr. A. F., 
Osborne Job, 
Parham Sandy, 
Reavis G. W., 
Street P. H., 
Smith B., 
Spencer John jr., 
Also Proprietor 



Books and Stationery, 

Drugs and Paints 

Drugs and Paints 

Confectioner 

Blacksmith Shop, 

Liq. & Wines 

Variety Store 

Tailor 

Livery Stable 

Henderson Hack Line, 



Grandy Kingsbury & Co., Tobacconists 

COUNTRY MEECHANTS. 

Burwell & Parham, Henderson, G S 

Yancy John S., Henderson, G S 

Vaughn J. W., Henderson, G S 

Wyche P. M., Henderson, G S 

Kettle L. H., Henderson, G S 

Debnam Dr. T. C, Henderson, Liquors 
Clarke J. E., Henderson, G S 

La.'isiter (Jas.) & Son, Henderson, G S 
Cheatham, Andrews & Co., Hender- 
son, Diugs 
Lassiter James, Henderson, G 3 



Young (D. E.) & Sons, Henderson, G S 

Sanders , Henderson, Confec 

Wynn Mrs. , Henderson, Confec 

Fasnach Edward, Henderson, Jeweler 

Overton Mrs. E. H., Kittrell's, Confec 

Yancey & Blacknall, Kittrell's, G S 

Satterthwhaite Stephen, Midway, G S 
Puryear Wm., Oak Hill, G S 

Royster Mark, Oak Hill, G S 

Webb John, Tally Ho, G S 

Harriss WiUis, Wilton, G S 

Hege & Gregory, Sassafras Fork, G S 
Harriss & Stovall, Sassafras Fork, G S 



MINISTERS. 



Hendren L. L., (P. E.) Kitttrell's, Meth 

Tilletl John, Oxford, Meth 

Wiley Lewis K., Oxford, ( Local,) Meth 

Brame M. A., Kittreell's, (Local,) Meth 

Hunt R. P., Oxford, (Local,) Meth 

Riddick C. B., Kittrell's, Meth 

Riddick , Kittrell's, Meth 

Smith T. L. D., Kittrell's, (Local,) Meth 

Homes Wm., Henderson, (Local,) Meth 

York John W., Oxford, (Local,) Meth 

Hester B. B., Mt. Energy, (Local,) Meth 

Joyner P. H., Henderson, (Local, Meth 

Clark J. S. R., Kittrell's, Meth 

Vaughn Maurice, Oxford, * Epis 

Jordan Wm. Hill, Oxford, Bap 

Lansdale J. J., Henderson, Bap 

Beacham , Oxford, Bap 

^Atkinson , Knapp of Reeds, Bap 

Stradley , Oak Hill, Bap 

Carroll John L., Oxford, Bap 

Phillips J. L., Oxford, Bap 
Harriss S. J. P., Henderson, Prot. Meth 

Gilbreth , Oxford, Prot. Meth 

Barker J. G., Midway, (Local,) Prot. Meth 

Ferrell G. W., Oxford, Pres 

Hines Ed., Oak PI ill, Pres 

Allen Chesteen, Midway, Chris 

Apple Alfred, Blue Wing, Chris 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Flotir and Grist, Eutaw, Wm. S. Skinner, 

Flour and Grist, Oxford, D. C. Herndon, 

Grist and Saw, Henderson, Baldy Davis, 

Saw and Flour, Henderson, Thos. Reavis, 

Flour, Henderson, W. IL Hart, 

F., Saw and Grist, W. & D. T. Cheatham, 

F., G. and S., Kittrell's, T. G. Cheatham, 

Grist, Henderson, A. Davis, 

F., Grist and Saw, Tally Ho, K. J. Stokes, 

F., G. and S., Williamsboro, J. C. Lemay, 

Ffour and Grist, Townsville, Mrs. Lucy 

Gregory, 
Grist, Townsville, Col. John Hargrove, 
F. and Grist, Townsville, Wm. M. Snead, 
Steam Saw, Sassafras Fork, Jno. Morgan. 



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GREENE. 



PHYSICIANS. 

Booth John, Tally Ho, 
BlacknallG. W., Kittiell's, 
Debnam Thos. C., Henderson, 
Hester Wm., Oxford, 
Hicks Wm. R., Oxford, 
Cheatham W. T., Henderson, 
Ilarriss A. C, Sassafras Fork, 
Hicks Robert, Henderson, 
Hiues Thos., Kittrell's, 
Hicks John R., Henderson, 
Peace (Pleasant) & Bro., Kittrell's 
Henderson Wm. F., Williamsboro, 
Paschal Z. M., Oxford, 

Smith , Wilton, 

Taylor L. C, Oxford, 
Wilson Wm., Townsville, 
Young P. W., Oxford, 
Young Wesley, Henderson, 
Young Samuel, Henderson, 
Turner Vines C, Henderson, 
Owen E., Oxford, 



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POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Blue Wing, Henry S. Mason, 
Brookville, Mrs. L. B. Strayhorn, 
Buchanan, James W. Harriss, 
Duchville, Loretta J. Holden, 
Fairport, Catherine F. Williams, 
Henderson, Miss S. J. Reavis, 
Kittrell, Mary E. Overton, 
Knap of Reeds, Francis J. Tilley, 
Oak Hill, L. K. McCadden, 
Oxford, Bettie G. Jones, 
Sassafras Fork, Rebecca J. Strum, 
Tally Ho, Lizzie E. Johnson, 
Townesville, Wm. E. Overby, 
Waller's, Bettie Walker, 
Williamsboro, Wm. F. Henderson, 
Young's X Roads, Martha A Harrison, 
Mt. Energy, Nat. Cannady. 

SCHOOLS. 

Female Academy, Oxford, A. W. Venable, 
Oxford Mathematical and Class'l School, 

J H. Horner, 
Henderson Math, and Classical School, 
• Fred. A Fetter, 
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, 
St. John's College, (Female) (Masonic) 

Oxford, Rev. J. L. Phillips, 
Kittrell's Springs, Female College, Kittrell, 

Rev. T. M. Jones. 



PROMINENT FARMERS. 

0. S. Royster, Mills Roberts, Dr. John 
R. Hicks, Wm. Hardy, John F. Harriss, 
Wm. A. Harriss, J. W. Ragland, Williams- 
horough ; *P. E. Jones, D. E. Young, A. J. 
Rogers, James Gooch, Geo. W. Reavis, 
Horace H. Roland. Henderson ; Muke Hes. 
ter, R P. Taylor, J. P. Hobgood, Thomas 
Crev/s, Wm. Hester, Ed. Crews, Oxford; 
Stephen Currin. Arch. Gregory, John Sto- 
vall, Wm. Bullock, James Daniel, Wm. 0. 
Gregory, George Hester, Sassafras Fork. 

Surface. — Pleasantly undulating — well 
watered by the head branches of the Tar 
Rive — soil remunerative. 

Staples. — Tobacco, Wheat, Corn and 
Ooats. (Tobacco land unsurpassed.) 



Commissioners. 



GREENE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 7,935. 

County Seat — Snow Hill. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. .i. M Patrick, 

Cormier T. T. Dail, 

'W. P. Grimsley ch., 
B. S. Hardy, 
George Beaman, 
John Patrick, 

Begis'.er of Deeds William J. Taylor, 

Sheriff W. L. Edwards, 

Surveyor S. H. Edwards, 

Solicitor Sth Bis J. V. Sherrard, 

Standard Keeper Wm. Cobb, 

Treasurer. Hardy Ormond. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Edward's Chapel, Hookerton, T. P. 

Ricaud, Meth 

Hookerton, Hookerton, T.P. Ricaud, Meth 
Jerusalem, Snow Hill, T. P. Ricaud, Meth 
Snow Hill, Snow Hill, T. P. Ricaud, Meth 
Ormoud's Chapel, Hookerton, T. P. 

Ricaud, Meth 

Rain Bow, Hookerton, T. P. Ricaud, Meth 
Lebanon, Speight's Bridge, T. P. 

Ricaud, Meth 

Tabernacle, Speight's Bridge, T. P. 

Ricaud, Meth 

Yelverton's, Speight's Bridge, T. P. 

Ricaud, • Meth 

Hookerton, Hookerton, B. W. Nash, Bap 
Pleasant Grove, Hookerton, B. W. 

Nash, Bap 

Hookerton, Hookerton, Geo. Joyner, Chris 
Church, Hookerton, Thos. Moore, 

Free Will Bap 



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GREENE. 



GUILFORD. 



HOTELS. 
Excliaiige Hotel, Snow liill, J. R. Dail. 

LAWYERS. 

Galoway Svift, Snow Hill, 
Rasbeiy W. J., Snow Hill. 

MERCHANTS. 

Cox T. 0., Speight's Bridge, G S 

Dail & Co., Snow Hill, G S 

Freeman J. T. & Co., Snow Hill, G S 

Harper C. H., Snow Hill, G S 

Mosely F. M., Hookerton, G S 

Swindle J. 0., Snow Hill, G S 

Williams & Warren, Snow Hill, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Cunninggim W. H. sr., Hookerton, 

(Local) Meth 
Hardy B. S., Hookerton, (Local) Meth 
Ormond S. W., Hookerton, (Local) Meth 
Ricaud T. P., Snow Hill, Meth 

Moore Thos., Snow Hill, Bap 

Jones Owen, Hookerton, Bap 

Nash B. W., Hookerton, Bap 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist & Saw Snow Hill, W. F. & I. C. 

Edwards, 
Flour, Hookerton, J. M Patrick, 
Grist & Saw, Hookerton, T. E. Hooker, 
Grist & Saw, Snow Hill, Lemuel Sugg, 
Grist & Saw, Snow Hill, John Susg, 
Grist & Saw, Lenoir lust., John Sugg, 

PHYSICIANS. 

Harvey John, Snow Hill, 
Jones W. J , Snow Hill, 
Spicer J. D., Snow Hill, 
Masters Joseph, Hookerton, 
Rountree F. M., Hookerton. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Carolina Seminary, George C. Hines, 
Hookerton, F. M. Mosely, 
Maysville, Richard Phillips, 
Snow Hill, J. T. Freeman, 
Speight's Bridge, S. P. Cox. 

SCHOOLS. 

Academy, Snow Hill, , 

Seminary, Male and Female, Carolina 
Seminary, D. W. Edwards and Lady. 



PROMINENT FARMERS. 

William Coward, Dr. B. S. Hardy, Allen 
Hardy, Dr. Frank Dixon, J. J. Ormond, 
J. A. Edwards, John Patrick, F. Thomas, 
Jon. Grainger, J. W. Grainger, T. E.Hooker, 
Hookerton: Wm. P. Grimsley, R. J.Wil- 
liams, Bennet Fields, John R. Dixon, 0. 
W. Jones, Dr. D. G. Ward, Jas. F. Jones, 
Dr. John Harvey, H. H. Best, Lem. Sugg, 
Josiah Sugg, Snow Hill ; Jas. P. Speight, 
A. D. Speight, Speighfs Bridge : Haywood 
Edmondson, Ben Best, Bull Head ; Rev. 
W. H. Cunninggim, Jesse W. Pridgen, Le- 
noir Institute. 

Surface. — Level, sandy loam, generally 
rich, very productive when well drained. 

Staples. — Cotton, Corn, Sweet Pota- 
toes, Naval Stores and Live Stock. 



GUILFORD COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 20,056 

County Seat — Greensboro — Pop. 3,000. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Siqjerior Court . A.hr?im C. Clapp. 

Coroner John A. Pritchet. 

'W. M. Mebane, ch., 
Z. Mitchell, 
Commissioners : . . . .\ .Jonathan Antony, 
Wm. Wheeler, 
.John C. Denny. 
.John W. S. Parker. 
.R. M. Stafford. 



Register of Deeds. 

Sheriff 

Surveyor Geo. W. Bowman. 

Solicitor 1th Bis J. R. Bulla. 

Standard Keej)er C. G. Yates. 

Treasurer John Hall. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Greenboro, J. Henry Smith, Pres 
Alamance, (country,) W. B. Tidball, Pres 

Buffalo, (country,) J. C. Alexander, Pres 

Bethel, (country,) J. C. Alexander, Pres 

High Point, Johnson, Pres 

Greensboro, Wm. Barrinaer, Meth 

High Point, B. Craven, D. D., Meth 

Mt. Pisgah, C. W. King, Meth 

Jamestown, 0. W. King, Meth 

Friendship, C. W. King, Meth 

Oak Ridge, C. W. King, Meth 

Bruce's V\ Roads, C. W. King, Meth 

Pisgah, C. W. King, Meth 

Gethsemane, C. W. King, Meth 

Lee's Chapel, C. W. King, Meth 

Mure's Chapel, C. W. King, Meth 

Goshen, C. W. King, Meth 



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GUILFORD. 



Rchobelh, C. H. Pliillips, 
Pleasant Garden, C. H. Pliillips, 
Mt. Pleasant, C. H. Phillips, 
Centre, C. W, King, 

Mure's Chapel, , 

Bowman's Chapel, , 

Bunker's Hill, , 

Oak Ridse, 



Meth 
Meth 
Melh 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Luth 
Luth 



Lowes & Cobb, , Wm. Julien, 

Shoemaker's, Samuel Rothruck, 
Brick Church, Shaw's Mills G. W. 

Welker, Qer. Ref 

Mt. Hope, Shaw's Mills, G. W. 

Welker, Ger. Ref 

New Garden, periodical pastors, Friends 
Dover, periodical pastors. Friends 

Centre, Centre, period, pastors. Friends 
Deep River, Deep Riv. peiod. pas. Friends 
Si^ringfield, Bush Hill, period, pas. Friends 

Hillsdale, McNeely, Prim. Bap 

Bruce's M Roads, J. Jones, Bap 

Elm Grove, Robert Gooly, Bap 

Greensboro, P. H. Fontaine, Bap 

High Point, , Bap 

Flat Rock, A. W. Linebury, Prot. Meth 
Friendship, A. Gray, Prot. Meth 

Ahi, A. Gray, Prot. Meth 

Jamestown, A, G.tay, Prot. Melh 

Hopewell, A. Gray, Prot. Meth 

Fair Grove, A. Gray, Prot. Meth 

Sandy Run, A'. Gray, Prot. Meth 

Oak Bidge, A. Gray, Prot. Meth 

Hickory Grove, A. Gray, Prot. IMeth 

Mt. Moriah, A. Gray, Prot. Meth 

Rpd Hill, A. Gray, Prot. Meth 

Bethel, A. W. Linebury, Prot. Meth 

Union, A. W. Linebury, Prot. Meth 

Benedict's, A. W, Linebury, Prot. Meth 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Metropolitan, Greensboro, Scales & Smith, 
Mansion Rouse, Greensboro, Mrs. Reese, 
Planter's House, Green.sboro, J. T. Reese, 
Railroad House, Greensboro, J. R. G. 

Faucett, 
Hotel High Point, W. G. Barbeo, 
Hotel, High Point, M. Jarrell, 

Hotel, Jamestown, Coffin, 

Boarding House, Gieensboro, Mary Hiatt, 
O'Dounell Honse,Oak Ridge, W. O'Donnell, 
Boarding, Gr'usboro, Mrs. J. D. Campbell, 

LAWYERS. 

Adams Peter H., Greensboro, 

Caldwell D. F. F., Greeu.sboro. 

Dick R. P., Greensboro, (Judge Sup. Co.) 

Gorrell Ralph, Greensboro, 

Dillard J. H., Green.sboro, 

(lilmer John A. jr., Greensboro, 

Hill Wilson S., Greensboro. 

King Waller W., Greensboro, 



Keogh Thomas B., Greensboro, 
AIcLeau Jesse R., Greensboro, 
Morehead James T. sr., Greensboro, 
Morehead James T. jr., Greensboro, 
Mendenhall, C. P., Greensboro, 
McLean James R., Greensboro, 
Payne J. W.., Greensboro, 
Ruffin T. jr., Greensboro, 
Staples John N., Greensboro, 
Stanton Benjamin F., Greensboro, 
Scott L. M., Greensboro, 
Scott Will. L., Greensboro, 
Scales J. I., Greensboro, 
Tourgee A. W., Greensboro, (Jude Sup. 
Court.) 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cigar Factory, Greensboro, A. Brochman, 
Carriage and IJuggy, Greensboro, James 

F. Pearce, 

Carriage and Buggy, Greensboro, George 

Led ford. 
Cabinet Shop, Greensboro, Jno, A. Pritchet 
Cabinet Shop, Greensboro, Wra. Collins, 
Saddle and Harness, Greensboro, James 

E. Thom, 
Saddle and Harness, Greensboro, J. W. 

S. Parker, 
Boots and Shoes, Greensboro, T. S. Hayes, 
Boots and Shoes, Greensboro, Richard 

Crittenden, 
Boots and Shoes, Greensboro, Jas. Dean, 
Iron Foundry and Machine Shop, Greens- 
boro, Jere. H. Tarj)Iey, 
Florida Balm, &c., Greensboro, George 

H. Livingston, 
Cotton, (Logan M'f'g. Co.), Jamestown, 

W. L. Hill, Agt., 
Tin and Copper Smithing, Greensboro, C. 

G. Yates, 

Tin Smithing, Greensboro, J. 0. Sullivan, 
Axe Handle Factory, Greensboro, Mr. 

Snow, Sujjerintendent, 
Tobacco Fact'y., Greensboro, E. P. Jones, 
Tobacco Factory, Greensboro, Joseph, 

Hohkins. 
Tobacco Factory, Greens., Jno. Hoskins, 
Foundry and Plow Fact., New Garden, 

Ad. Borins, 
Otis Plow and Machine Co., Greensboro, 

A. Cumming.s, 
Sassafras Oil, Greensboro, W. N. Arrafield. 

MERCHANTS. 

Adams Sarah, Greensboro, Milliner 

Albright Jas. W., Greensboro, Cor.fec 

Beville & Bowman, Hillsdale, G S 

Benbow D. W. C, Greens., (J S 

Bogart & Murray, Greens., G S 

Bowman Wyatl F., High Point, G S 

Brown Michael, Greensboro, Smith 



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GUILFORD. 



Bouldin J., Oak Ridge. • G S 

Bals.ey J. B., Greensboro, G S 

Coal D. W., Greensboro, Smith 

Church I. J. M., High Point, G S 

Clark David L., High Point, 

Portrait Painter and Potograplier 
Dodson S. C, Greensboro, G S 

Dodson, Monticello, G S 

Denny Eli., High Point, G S 

Dickson James R., High Point, G S 

Fowler W. L., Greensuoro, G S 

Fisher A. F., High Point, G S 

Foust D. P., GibsonviUe, G S 

Graham Thomas, Oak Ridge, G S 

Farrar Wm. B., Greensboro, 

Watchmaker & Jeweler 
Glenn R. W., Greensboro, Drugs 

Gilmer A. L,, Greensboro, G S 

Golding S. J., Greensboro, House Painter 
Hughes, Greensboro, Tailor 

Henderson & Co., High Point, G S 

Hughes W P., Greensboro, Photographist 
Jarrell M., High Point, G S 

Jarrell Noah, High Point, G S 

King Dr. E. B., High Peint, Drugs 

Klein J. D., Greens., Ready-Made Cloth 
Lindsay A. H., Friendship, G S 

Lindsay & Campbell, High Point, G S 

Lindsay Ernest, Greensboro. Confec 

Moffit W. D., High Point, Grocer 

Moore Mrs. Caroline, Greens., Milliner 
Maurice Mrs. F. B., Greens., Milliner 

Maurice, Prof. F. B. Greens., Music Store 
Mendenhall & Sons, High Point, G S 

McAdo & Bro., Greensboro, G S 

Mebane W. M., Shaw's Mills, G S 

McAdoo W. D., Jamestown, G S 

Moore W. S., Greensboro, G S 

May L. R., Greensboro, G S 

Ogburn Ch's. W., Greensboro, Books 

Perry Seborn, High Point, G S 

Porter & Eckle, Greensboro, Drugs 

Rankin John, C, High Point. G S 

Rhodes & Wilson, Summerfleld, G S 

Routzahn L. H., Greensboro, G S 

Smith & Gilmer, Greensboro, G S 

Starrett & White, Greensboro, Confec 
Smith A. B., High Point. G S 

Sloan & Sons, Greensboro, G S 

Steel Seymore, Greensboro, G S 

Smith & Isley, GibsonviUe, G S 

Scott David, Greensboro, Jeweler 

Trotter W. D., Greensboro, G S 

Weatherly Andrew, Greensboro, G S 

Wall P., Hillsdale, GS 

Willis H. C, Greensboro, Confectioner, 
Yates C. G., Greensboro, G S 

Gretter J. B., Greensboro, Land Agt 

Zimmer Louis, Greensboro, 

Pres. Germania Land Co 
Kellog Henry G., Greensboro, Broker 
Wilson & Shober, Greensboro, Brokers 
Lindsay, Grey & Co., Greensboro, Brokers 



Anthony G. L., Greensboro, Nurseryman 
Fentress J. Milton, Greens., Nurseryman 
Lindley Joshua, GreensboTo, Nurseryman 
Lindsay J. V., Greensboro, Nurseryman 
Mendenhall C. P., Greens., Nurseryman 
Albright, J. W. Greensboro, 

Editor Times & Patriot 
BumpasB Mrs. F. M., Greensboro, 

Editress Weekly Message 
Albright J. W., Greensboro, Job Office 
Chapiu Dr. A. B., Greensboro, 

Ed. & Prop. The Topic 

MINISTERS. 

King C. W., Fentress', Meth 

Barringer Wm., Greensboro, Meth 

Thompson Fleming, Greens., (local) Meth 
Wilson N. H. D., Greensboro, Mt th 

Westbrook C. W., Greensbo., (local) Meth 
Stevenson Berry, Greensbo., (local) Meth 
Long .John, Greensboro, (local) Meth 

Phillips Chas. H., Greensboro, Meth 

Richardson W. B., Jamestown, Nor. Meth 
Bodenheimer J., Greensboro, (local) Meth 
Welker G. W., Shaw's Mills, Ger. Ref 
Ciapp Jere, Brick Church, Ger. Ref 

Rolhruck Samuel, GibsonviUe, Luth 

Foutain P. H., Sen., Greensboro, Bap 
Fontain P. H., Jr., Greensboro, Bap 

Narsh , Greensboro, Bap 

Jones J., Greensboro, Bap 

Tidball Wm. B., Greensboro, Pres 

Alexander J. C, Greensboro, Pres 

Smith J. Henry, Greensboro, Pres 

Gray A., Friendship, Prot. Meth 

Liueberry A. W., Bethel, Prot. Meth 

Dean Ch., Greensboro, Prot. Meth 

Holton Quinten, Greensboro, Prot. Meth 
Peoples Hubbard. Greensboro ,Prot. Meth 

MINES. 

Guilford Mine, Alex. Wray Snpt., 
Gardner Hill Mine, John Eudy Supt., 
North State Mine, Geo. P. Oats Supt., 
Deep River Mine, Wm. A. Martin Supt., 
Lamb Mine Mine, Anderson Lamb Owner, 

Cambridge Mine, , 

Fisher Hill Mine, . 

Guilford Mine, formerly called Lindsay, 
worked principally for Gold, though a 
great deal of Copper has been found there. 

Gardner Hill Mine the only one in op- 
eration at present. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Flour and Grist, Greensboro, E. Arrafield, 
Flour and Gi-ist, GibsonviUe, .J. Clapp. 
Flour and Grist, Jamestown, John Carter, 
Flour and Grist, Jamestown, J. A. Davis, 
F. and Grist, Greensboro, W. A. Donuell, 



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GUILFORD. 



Flour and Grist, Centre, James Davis, 
Flour and Grist, Greensboro, Geo. Donnell, 
Floiu and Grist, McLeansville, H. Donnell, 
Flour and Grist, Jamestown, J. A. Davis, 
Flour and Grist, Jamestown, H. C. Lamb, 
Flour and Grist, Monticello, J. T. Dodson, 
F. and Grist, Greensboro, J. T. Morehead, 
F. and Grist, Brick Gbiirch, Wra. Hudson, 

Flour and Grist, Lomax, 

Flour and Grist, Gibsonville, David Ingle, 
Flour and Grist, Jamestown, Mrs. D. C. 

Mendenliall, 
Flour and Grist, Greensboro, L. D. Orrell, 
F. and Grist, Monticello, Webb Pritcbet, 
F. and Grist, Jamestown, J. W. Freeman, 
Flour and Grist, Jamestown, J. F. Holton, 
F. and Grist, Oak Ridge, J. N. Nelson, 
F. and Grist, Gibsonville, L. W. Summers, 
Flour and Grist, Shaw's Mill, F. Shaw, 
F. and Grist, McLeansville, J. A. Stuart, 
F. and G., Jamestown, Wm. Wheeler & Co., 
F. and Grist, McLeansville, T. B. Donald, 
F. and Grist, Shaw's Mill, N. D. Woody, 
F. and Grist, Greensboro, W. M. Young, 
F. and Grist, Brick Church, A Pugh, 
F. and Grist, Brick Church, J. Foust, 
F. and G., Brick Church, Jeremiah Clapp. 

PHYSICIANS. 
Albright Wm. M., Greensboro, 

Alexander , Greensboro, 

Coble AV. A., in country, 

Campbell , High Point, 

Cook Sion A., Oak Ridge, 
Coffin S. G., Jamestown, 
Denny R. K., Monticello, 
Cumming J. T. F., in country, 
Hall James K, Greensboro, 
Ector J. G., Friendship, 
Glenn R. W., Greensboro, 

Kerner , Oak Ridge, 

Hoover A. S., Jamestown, 

Logan John E., Greensboro, 

McNairy W. H.. in country, 

McLean Joseph A., McLean ville, 

McDaniel A. P., McLeansville, 

Porter A. S. Greensboro, 

Pugh W. P., High Point, 

Powell S. A., Summerficld, 

Phipps L. A., in country, 

Plunkett John, in country, 

Robbins J. L., Friendship, 

Sapp B. F., Friendship, 

Sapp A. J., High Point, 

Staples H. H., Greensboro, 

Winchester J. W., Hillsdale, 

Wright W. F., in country, 

Howiett J. W., Greensboro, Dentist 

Jones W. 0., High Point, Dentist 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Brick Church, James Clapp, 
Center, Miss Murrow, 



Monticello, J. C. Pritchet, 
Deep River, E. E. Mendenhall, 
Fentress, Miss E. C. Fentress, 
Friend Ship, J. Russel, 
Gilmer's Store, A. Hanuer, 
Greensboro, J. D. White, 
High Point, Eli Denny, 
Hillsdale, W. D. Archer, 
Jamestown, D. Mendenhall, 
McLeansville, J. Gorrell, 
New Garden, J. E. Cox, 
Oak Ridge, Andrew L. Moore, 
Shaws Mills, R. P. Shaw, 
Summerfield, C. Wilson, 
Westminster, Wm. L. Beard, 
Young's Mill, Mrs. M. Young. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Male Acad'y, Greensboro, J. R. McLean, 
New Garden Friends School, Jonathan 

E. Cox, 
Male and Female Seminary, Greensboro, 

R. P. Troy, 
Greensboro Female College, (burnt in 

1864,) not yet rebuilt, 
Edgeworth Seminary, Greensboro, Rev. 

J. M. M. Caldwell, 

Academy, Deep River, , 

Academy, Jamestown, , 

Seminary, Monticello, Samuel P. Rankin, 
McLeansville'Semiuary, Nathaniel Rankin, 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

L. W. Summers, 4,158 ; Henry Geringer, 
1,351; John Cobb, 1,013; Jacob Coble, 
605 ; Gibsonville : James M. Donnell, 613 ; 
Joseph A. Weatherly, 1,374; Greensboro: 
Frederick Fentress', 1,612 ; A. C. Murrow, 
779; Fentress: Archibald Bevill, 1,948; 
Hillsdale : Jesse Beubow, 388 ; Oak Ridge: 
Joseph A. Davis, 325 ; Deep River : John 
M. Blaylock, 300 ; Robert A. Blaylock, 
323; A. H. Lindsay, 1,852; Friendship: 

VINEYARDS. 

D. W. C. Benbow has 15 acres in Ca- 
tawba Grape Vines in Guilford County, 15 
miles northwest of Greensboro. He made 
the past vintage 1,100 gallons pure Ca- 
tawba wine. 

He finds ready sale for his wine at re- 
numerative prices. 

He is also planting another Vineyard 
within two miles of this place — Greensboro. 

SuKFACE. — Pleasantly undulating, soil 
good, water power very fine. 

Staples. — Tobacco, Corn, Wheat and 
Fruits in great variety — green and dried. 



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HALIFAX. 



HALIFAX COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 19,442 

County Seat — Halifax. 
Population in 1860, 800. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Clerk Superior Court 
Coroner 



Commissioners , 



Hegister of Leeds. . 

Surveyor 

Sheriff 

Standard Keeper . . 
Soliciter 6th Bis. . 
Treasurer 



.John T. Greorory. 

.Robt. B. Powers. 
B. A. Lavender, Ch , 
Charles H. Webb, 
Robt. L. Howard, 
Andrew Jackson, 

.Thos. Sledge. 

.John N. Brown. 

.A. L. Pierce. 

.John A. Reid. 

.Thos. A. Weeks. 

.W. R. Cox. 

..E. T. Clarke. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bethlehem, Littleton, W. C. Gannon, Meth 

Bethel, Littleton, W. C. Gannon, Meth 

Beulah, Clarksville, W. C. Gannon, Meth 

Corinth, Littleton, W. C. Gannon, Meth 
Edmond's Chapel, Littleton, W. C. 

Gannon, Meth 

Enfield, Enfield, W. C. Gannon, Meth 

Farmville, Enfield, W. C. Gannon, Meth 

Church, Halifax, W. C. Gannon, Meth 

New Hope, Weldon, , Meth 

Pierce's Chapel, Halifax, W. C. 

Gannon, Meth 
Scotland Neck, Scotland Neck, W. 

C. Gannon, Meth 

Smith's, Weldon, W. C. Gannon, Meth 

Church, Weldon, W. C. Gannon, Meth 
Trinity, Scotland Neck,J. B. Cheshire,Epis 

St. , Halifax, Falls, Epis 



Conoconory, 

Deep Creek, 

Union, 

Xhula, 

Zion, 

Calvary, Littleton, 

Enfield, Enfield, — 

Moriah, Enfield, — 

Roman, Halifax, — 

Bear Swamp, 



Prim. Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Prot. Meth 

Prot. Meth 

Prot. Meth 

Catholic 

Free 



HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Boarding House, Halifax, Miss Harriett, 
Boarding House,Enfield, Mrs. Ann Joyner, 
Hotel, Enfield, Peter Fobs, 
Hotel, Scotland Neck, Wm. Fenner, 
Hotel, Weldon, Dr. G. W. Blacknall, 
Hotel, Weldon, T. L. Emory. 



LAWYERS. 

Branch Tyler, Enfield, 
Clark Walter, Scotland Neck, 
Coningland Ed., Halifax, 
Day W. H., Halifax, 
Hill Thos. N., Scotland Neck, 
Lavender Benj. A., Halifax, 
Soloman W. P., Halifax, 
Whitaker Spier, Enfield. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Plow Shop, "Weldon, D. C. Rukerson, 
Carts, Halifax, A. Stephenson. 

MERCHANTS. 

Arnington W. H., Halifax, Dry Goods 

Alsap T. J., Enfield, G S 
Alsobrook & Scott, Scotland Neck, G S 
Alsobrook & Wilson, Scotland Neck, G S 

Anderson T. F., Weldon, Drugs 

Biggs Noah, Scotland Neck, Grocer 

Cullam B. F., Weldon, G S 

Faucett W. D., Halifax, Grocer 

Fergerson , Littleton, G S 

Gilliam & Co., Scotland Neck, G S 

Grimmer William, Scotland Neck, G S 

Gooch V. T., Weldon, G S 

Harman Henry, Halifax, Grocer 

Hyman Calvin, Scotland Neck, G S 

Hyman S. B., Scotland Neck, G S 
Heptenslall John W., Scotland Neck, G S 

Hicks Noah, Weldon, Grocer 

Hunter & Son, Brinkleysville, Drugs 

Haun H. A., Gaston, Drugs 

Judkins J. N., Halifax, G S 

Johnson & Wood, Enfield, Grocer 

Johnson (N. A.) & Co., Littleton, G S 

McGee J. H., Weldon, Grocer 

McMahan M., Halifax, G S 

Nichols John, Scotland Neck, G S 

Owen G. W., Halifax, G S 

Parker J. H. cSt Co., Enfield-, G S 

Pullen John, Enfieid, Grocer 

Perkins & Johnson, Darlington, Drugs 

Robertson M. W., Enfield, Grocer 
Randolph, Hancock & Co., Crowell's 

N Roads, G S 

Savage L. L., Palmyra, G S 

Simmons & Co., Weldon. G S 

Spellman (B. W.,) & Co., Weldon, G S 

Spiers R. P. & Co., Halifax, G S 
Tillery John R., Tillery's Old Tavern, G S 

Tyser (J. R.) & Co., Ringwood, Drugs 

Webb G. N., Halifax, G S 

Whitaker J. H. & Co., Enfield, G S 

Whitelle F. H., Enfield, G S 

Whitman T. H., Scotland Neck, G S 

White T. W., Littleton, Grocer 



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HARNETT. 



MINISTERS. 

Heptenstall G. W., Enfield, 
Gonnon W. C, Halifax. 

Kilpatrick J. A. B. , 

Heptenstall M. C, , 

Whitaker G. A.. T., , 

Owen Thomas, , 

MINES. 



Meth 

Meth 

Melh 

Prot. Meth 

Plot. Meth 

Bap 



Gold, Near Littleton, Porter. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Weldon, H. L. Tillery, 
Grist, Weldon, S. Smith &. Co., 

Grist, , J. II. Tillery, 

Grist, Scotland Neck, N. B. Jones, 
Grist, Scotland Neck, P. E. Smith, 
Grist, Scotland Neck, W. J. Hill, 

Grist, , Hunter & Bellamy, 

Grist, , W. E. Aaron, 

Grist, . Barnett, 

Grist, , W. H. Thorne, 

Grist, , S. S. Bridges, 

Grist, , T. W. Harriss, 

Grist, , L. B. Browning, 

Grist, Scotland Neck, A. J. Seels, 
Grist, , Bramlet. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Branch John R., Enfield, 
Clements W. W., Gaston, 
Colton Joseph, Scotland Neck, 
Drake Frank, Ringwood, 
Davis Thad., Weldon, 
Edmimds B. C, Brinkleysville, 
Gregory Charles, Crowell's X Roads, 
Gee C. J., Weldon, 
Gregory Thos. W., Enfield, 

Hart , Halifax, 

Hall James B., Scotland Neck, 
Hall A. S„ Scotland Neck, 
Hunter James, Enfield, 
Moore James R., Ringwood, 
Macon Henry G., Brinkleysville, 
Macon G. H., Brinkleysville, 
O'Brien John, Halifax, 
Patterson R. A., Littleton, 
Pearce A. B., Halifax, 
Perkins W. M., Darlington, 
tSavage W. T., Scotland Neck, 
Willows M. A., Halifax, 
Wood W. R., Scotland Neck, 
Whitaker B. F., Enfield. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Brinkleysville, Mrs. F. M, Bennett, 
Enfield Mrs. Wooten, 
South Gaston, J. M. Newsom, 
Greenwood, R. Hawkins, 



Halifax, N. Fitzpatrick, 
Littleton, John R. Smith, 
Weldon, L. F. Larkin, 
Heathsville, Josiah W. Hall, 
Scotland Neck, R. S. Tucker, 
Sycamore Alley, Arch. C. Higgs, 

SCHOOLS. 

Vine Hill Acad., Scotland Neck, J. Lovejoy . 

NEWSPAPER. 

Roanoke News, Weldon. 



HARNETT COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 8,025 

County Seat — Lillington. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Cle}-k Superior Court.Benj. F. Shaw. 

Coroner Allen C. Cameron. 

' Jas. M. Turner, Ch., 
J. J. Rosser, 

Commissioners \ James Hodges, 

R. A. Norden, 
Henry Faucett. 

Register of Deeds A. J. Kivett. 

Surveyor Arch. S. McNeill. 

Sheriff Jas. R. Grady. 

Solicitor bth Dist Neill McKay, 

Standard Keeper 

Treasurer Jas. G. Brown. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Antioch, Lillington, J. C. Marcom, Bap 
Cumberland Union, Lillington, J. 

R. Churchill, Bap 

Friendship, Lillington, J. C. Marcom, Bap 
Mill Creek, Lillington, Jesse Howell, Bap 
New Hope, Lillington, Moore Ste- 
phens, Prim. Bap 
Prospect, Lillington, W. Byrd, F. W. Bap 
Averasboro, Lillington, B. B. Cul- 

breth, Meth 

Barcley Chapel, Lillington, B. B. 

Culbreth. Meth 

Harnet Chapel, Lillington, B. B. 

Culbreth, Meth 

Hebron, Lillington, B. B. Bulbreth, Meth 
Wesley Chapel, G. Farmer, (Col.) Meth 
Barbecue, Lillington, D. D. McBryde, Pres 
China Grove, Lillington, J. L. Fairly. Pres 
Pisgah, Lillington, Neill McKay, Pres 
Tirza, Lillington, Neill McKay, Pre3 



JOAN ARlISTROi\G, Book Binder, 

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LAWYERS. 

McLean A. D., Lillington, 
McKay Neilljr., Sumraerville, 
Spears J. A., Lillington. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Turp. Dis., Lillington, A. J. Kivett, 
Turpentine Dis., Bunn's Level, A. & J. 

T. McLean, 
Turp. Dis., Averasboro, Jacob Dumbtree, 
Turp. Dis., Averasboro, W. T. Rhodes, 
Turp. Dis., Barclaysville, J. A. Johnson, 
Turp. Dis., Lillington, McLean & Barnes, 
Turp. Dis., Johnsonville, D. & M.Morrison, 
Turp. Dis., Johnsonville, J. McCormick, 
Turp. Dis., Spout Springs, D. McLeod, 
Turp. Dis., Spout Springs, Neill Atkins. 

MERCHANTS. 

Avera A. C, Aversboro, Q S 

Barnes R., Lillington, G S 
Barbee C. C. & C. S., Barclaysville, G S 

Clements C, Averasboro, G S 

Duar A. H., Chalk Level, G S 

Duar H. B., Winslow, G S 

Dumbtree Jacob, Averasboro, G S 

Johnson Jas. A., Barclaysville, G S 

Jones Jeremiah, Bunn's Level, G S 

Kivett A. J., Lillington, G S 

Rogers J. H., Lillington, G S 

Rhodes W. T., Averasboro, G S 

Stewart Jas. B., Bunn's Level, G S 

MINISTERS. 



Free Will Bap 

, Meth 

McNeill D. H.,' Harrington, Meth 

McKay Neill, Summerville, Pres 



Byrd Wm., Averasboro, 
B. B. Cnlbreth, 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Averasboro, H. A. Barnes, 
Grist, Bunn's Level, F. Campbell, 
Grist, Barclaysville, Sion F. Crowder, 
Grist, Chalk Level, Douglass & Arnold, 
M'ch't Grist, Averasboro, Thos. Fowler, 
Grist, Mill Grove, J. P. Hodges, 
Grist, Johnsonville, Jas. Johnson, 
Grist, Barclaysville, Jno. Mathews, 
Grist, Mill Grove, R. C. McNeill, 
Grist, Lillington, P. A. Norriss, 
M'ch't Grist, Winslow, John Pearson, 
Grist, Chalk Level, W. A. Prince, 
Grist, Winslow, R. H. & E. D. Smith, 
Grist, Averasboro, R. Turlington, 
Grist, Averasboro, A. J. Turlington, 
Grist, McNeill's Ferry A. S. McNeill, 
Grist, Summerville, Alex. Morison, 



Grist, Summerville, J. A. McDougald, 
Grist, Harrington, J. & W, Harrington, 
M'ch't. Grist, Winslow, P. J. Wray, 
Grist, Mill Grove. J. C. Williams, 

PHYSICIANS. 

Atkins J. W., Lillington, 
McDougald J. A., Summerville, 
McKay J. A., Averasboro, 
McNeill W. M., Lillington, 
McLean J. T., Bunn's Level, 
Turner H. M., Averasboro, 
Williams Junius S., Mill Grove, 
Williams Wm., Barclaysville, 
Williams B. C, Chalk Level, 
Cutts A. D., Barclaysville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Barclaysville, Miss Sue Robiteau, 
Averasboro, R. J. Norris, 
Summerville, Daniel McDonald, 
Winslow, Rob. Coffield, 
Chalk Level, Miss Pegram, 
Mill Grove, Mrs. R. C. McNeill, 
Johnsonville, Miss Cameron. 
Harrington, Miss Ann Harringlon, 
Lillington, Thomas T. Vestal, 
McNeill's Ferry, Jacob E. Reardon, 
Norval, Margaret A. Oliver. 

SCHOOLS. 

Cumberland Acad., Summerville. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

J. W. McKay, 10,000a cres ; W. B. Mc- 
Kay, 2,000 ; Malcom McKay, 2,500 ; Arch, 
Camron, 1,000; John L. Atkins, 1,500. 
Summerville: A. S. McNeill, 6,000; D. 
McN. McKay, 1,000; H. M. Turner, 1,500, 
McNeilVs Ferry : Jno. C. Williams, 7,000, 
Hill Grove : N. S. Stewart, 4,000, Averas- 
boro: Daniel Stewart, 1,200; Eldridge 
Stewart, 1,000; C. S. & C. 0. Barbee, 
2,200, Barclaysville: G. W. Pegram, 1,600, 
Chalk Level: C. H. Coffield, 1,300, Winslow: 
Jno. McCormick, 3,000 ; J. & N. A. Cam- 
eron, 7,000, Johnso'mnlle : K. Murchison, 
4,500, Lillington: Farq'r Smith, 4,000, 
Averasboro. 

StTHFACE. — Moderately uneven, Sandy, 
Land good on the Rivers. 

Staples- 
Stores. 



-Cotton, Corn and Naval 



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HAYWOOD. 



HAYWOOD. 



HAYWOOD COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 5,801 . 

County Seat — Waynesville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. .Q. S. Ferguson, 

Coroner J. C. Leathervvood, 

rA. C. Hargrove ch., 
I H. P. Haynes, 

Commissioners: -^ D. V. McCracken, 

I David Plait,' 

Register of Deeds W. C. Brown, 

Sheriff A. J. Murray, 

Surveyor Jas. Parks, 

Solicitor \2fh Dist R. M. Henry, 

Standard Keeper , 

Treasurer R. H. Penland. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bethel, Forks of Pigeon, D. B. Nelson, Bap 
Crab Tree, Pigeon River, J. H. Ha 

gaman, Bap 
Locust Fields, Forks of Pigeon, D. 

B. Nelson, Bap 
Waynesville, Webster, E. D. Bundle, Bap 
Arnon Plains, Richland valley, F. F. 

Glenn, Meth 

Bethel, F. F. Glenn, Meth 

Five Creeks, F. F. Glenn, Meth 

Shady Grove, F. F. Glenn, Meth 

Morningstar, F. F. Glenn, Meth 

Richland Institute, F. F. Glenn, Meth 

Parker's Chapel, F. F. Glenn, Meth 

Waynesville, F. F. Glenn, Meth 

Cross Roads, B. F. Wells, Meth 

Mornington, B. F. Wells, Meth 

Sensabough's, B. F. Wells, Meth 

Shook's Camp Ground, B. F. Wells, Meth 

Richland Institute, B. F. Wells, Meth 

Waynesville, Wm. Graves, Pres 

Bethel, Wm. Graves. Pres 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Waynesville, Mrs. Jane C. Miller, 
Hotel, Waynesville, Mrs. E. Battle. 

LAWYERS. 

Cudger J. C. L. Waynesville, 
Love Mathew H., Waynesville, 
Norwood W. L. Waynesville, 
Tate W. L., Waynesville, 
Welch W. P., Waynesville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Boot and Shoe, Waynesville, A. W. Rich, 



Man'f g Co. Waynesville, Wm. A. Dozier 

&Co., 
Saddle and Harness, Waynesville, W. E. 

Miller. 



GS 

G S 
GS 
GS 



MERCHANTS. 

Cathey Joseph, Forks of Pigeon, 
Garrett (W. B. C.) Smith &. Co 

Richland Valley, 
Herron A. L., Waynesville, 
Lee & Boyd, Waynsville, 
Rich S W., Waynesville, Boots & Shoes 
Hill & Walker, Crab Tree, G S 

Wilbar J. T. D., Waynesville. G S 

Miller W. E., Waynesville, G S 

Smathers (J. C.) & Son, Waynesville, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Bundle E. D., Waynesville, Bap 

Nelson D. B. Forks of Pigeon, Bap 

Hagaman J. H., Pigeon River, Bap 

Glenn F. F., Richland Valley, Meth 

Wells B. F., Leicester, Meth 

Graves Wm., Mills River. Pres 

MINES. 
Pigeon River Mine, Wm. Dozier & Co. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Merchant Flour, Waynesville, L. M. & R. 

V. Welch. 
Merchant Flour, Forks of Pigeon, Joseph 

Cathey. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Allen G. D. S., Pigeon River, 
Farmer J. F., Waynesville, 
Love Sam'l L., Waynesville, 
Rogers H. N., Waynesville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Crab Tree, H. L. Kingsmore, 
Forks of Pigeon, Mary C. Evans, 
Jonathan's Creek, Miss Laura A. Leather- 
Wood, 
Pigeon River, John M. Haynes, 
Richland Valley, A. N. Killian, 
Waynesville, Mrs. Debora McGee. 

Surface — Out edges mountainous — 
finely watered by the Big Pigeon River 
and branch running down through the 
center of the County and forming a beau- 
tiful and rich valley. 

Staples — Wheat, Corn, Grass, Medici- 
nal herbs and Live stock. 



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HENDERSON. 



HENDERSON. 



HENDERSON COUNTY. 

POPDLATION IN 1860 10,448. 

County Seal — Hendersonvillk. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court.. Q. M. Pace. 
Coroner B. R. Ward. 



Commissiofiers. 



Megister of Deeds. . 

Surveyor 

Sheriff 

Standard Keeper . . 
Solicitor 12th Dis.. 



rT. F. Bird, Ch., 
I J. M. Justice, 
] C. McCraiy, 
I W. G. B. Morris, 
t W. P. Whitted. 
..W. M. Justice. 
, ..E. M. Anderson. 
. . T. W. Taylor. 
. .M. T. Justice. 
..R. M. Henry, 



Treasurer L. Heod. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



Antinch, 



W. 



Beulah, Bowman's Bluff, T 

Blythe, 
Crab Tree, Hendersonville, J. W. 

Bryan, 
Ebenezer, Hendersonville, N. P. 

Corn, 
Holly Springs, Hendersonville, E. 

M. Anderson, 
Henderson, Hendersonville, G. S. 

Jones, 
Qreen River, Green River, E. M. 

Smith, 
Hooper's Creek, Shufordville, W. 

Mints, 

Liberty, Edneyville, , 

Boilstone, Hendersonville, J. R. 



Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 
Bap 



Meth 
Blue Rid^e, Hendersonville, Frank 

Richardson, Meth 

Cross Roads, Hendersonville, Frank 

Ridhardson, Meth 

Edneyville, Hendersonville, Frank 

Richardson, Meth 

Hendersonville, Hendersonville, F. 

Richardson, Meth 

Hooper's Creek, Boilstone, J. F. 

Woodfin, Meth 

Johnson's Chapel, Hendersonville, 

J. R. Long, Meth 

Mountain Page, Highland Grove, 

(S. C) A. W. Bowers, Meth 

Ml. Moriah, Edneyville, J. W. Wilkie, Meth 

Mills River, Mills River, , Meth 

Mud Creek, Hendersonville, E. M. 

Anderson, Meth 

Mills River Chapel, Hendersonville, 

J. R. Long, Meth 



Hendersonville, Hendersonville, R. 

H. Chapman, D. D., Pres 

Mills River, Hendersonville, Robl. 

H. Chapman, Pres 

Hendersonville, Hendersonville, Epis 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 



Hotel, Hendersonville, 

Planter's, Hendersonville, 
Elat Rock, Flat Rock, 



Boarding House. Green River, M. Truman, 
Boarding House, Green River, J. McMinns, 
Boarding House, Green River, Mrs. Davis, 
Boarding House, Blue Ridge, C. A. Case, 
Boarding House, Blue Ridge, Thos. Guice. 

LAWYERS. 

Davies Wm. M., Hendersonville, 
Graves D. H., Ilendersonville, 
Hyman J. D,, Hendersonville, 
Osborne Jas. J., Hendersonville, 
Pickens S. V., Hendersonville, 
Waddell D. C, Hendersonville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Saddle and Harness, Hendersonville, M. 

T. & W. M. Justus, 
Tannery, Hendersonville, T. Williams, 
Tannery, Hendersonville, D. King, 
Tannery, Hendersonville, .1. P. Morgan, 
Wool Carding, Hendersonville, N. Bowen, 
Watches, Hendersonville, M. T. & W. M. 

Justus. 

MERCHANTS. 

Allen R. G., Mills River, GS 

Rrittain, Peck & Co., Hendersonville, G S 

Edney Rufus, Ednevville, G S 

Fuller (A.) & Co., Hendersonville, G S 

John on & Graves, Mills River, G S 

McMinn J. L. J., Flat Rock, G S 

McMinn G. W., Hendersonville, G S 

McDowell C. G., Hendersonville, G S 

Ripley (J. W.) & Co., Hendersonville, G S 

Toons M. C, Hendersonville, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Anderson E. M., Hendersonville, Bap 

Adams E. W., Hendersonville, Bap 

Bowen N., Hendersonville, Bap 

Bryan J. M., Hendersonville, Bap 

Blythe James, Hendersonville, Bap 

Brown .John, Hendersonville, Bap 

Corn N. P., Hendersonville, Bap 

Corpin A. J., Hendersonville, Bap 

Evans Joseph, Hendersonville, Bap 

Heatherly Aaron, Hendersonville, Bap 

Jones G. S', Hendersonville, Bap 



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HERTFORD. 



Jones Robert, Hendersonville, 
Mace G. W,, Hendersoriville, 
Mints Wm., Shulordsville, 

Eievs Daniel, , 

Stewart John, , 

Smith E. M., Green River, 

Wilkie J. W., , 

Fawning F. M., Mills River, 
Grier C. M., Hendersonville, 
Justus Isaac, Blue Ridge, 
Long J. K., Hendersonville, 
Woodfin J. F., Boilstone, 
Price, R. N., Mills River, 
Richardson Frank, Mills River. 
Chapman R. H., (D. D.) Hender- 
sonville, 
G"aves Wm., Mills River. 
Carson J. C, Mills River j 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 



Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 

Pres 
Pres 
Pres 



Flour «fc Grist, Hendersonville, A. Merrill, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, A. A. McKalop, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, H. F. Farmer, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, Ward & Pace, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, Eliz. Launing, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, N. Boweu, 
F. & G., Mills River, II. Corluna, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, J. McCome, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, John Casey, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, J. Laughter, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, G. Jackson, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, J. W. Blythe, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, R. Seatell, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, J. Blythe, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, J. Hamilton, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, D. Page, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, H. Johnson, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, M. Freeman, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, J. M. Justus, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, F. Blacknell, 
F. & G., Hendersonville, H. Stepp, 

PHYSICIANS. 

Allen T. A., Hendersonville, 
Caison T. J., Mills River, 
Johnson Josiah, Mills River, 
King B. K., Blue Ridge, 
King Mitchell, Flat Rock, 
Lester T . J., Henders')nvi]le, 
Whitted W. D., Hendersonville, 
Woodruff H. G., Mills River. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Blue Ridge, B. K. King, 
Bear Wallow, Daniel Williams, 
Boilstone, ]\Irs. Davis, 
Bowman's Bluft", J. L. Blythe, 
Calh(jun, Allen Gray, 
Edneysville, R. T. Lewis, 
Hendersonville, Wiiley M. Justus. 



SCHOOLS. 



Academy, Henderson, , 

Academy, Mills River, , 

Academy, Blue Ridge, , 

Academy, Mountain Page, . 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Hugh Johnson, 1,163 acres; James 
Spaun, 600; Valentine Ripley, 2.231J; 
D- Sling, 103 ; N. Drake, 769 ; G. B. John- 
son. 330 ; J. Hamilton, 954, Hendersonville : 
R. J. Allen, 410 ; T. F. Bird, 500 ; Alexander 
Henry, 522 ; Wm. T. Johnson, 230, Mills 
River: J. R. Baldwin, 432; Wm. Gowen, 
Sr.,900; James W. Gowen, 1,271; C. G. 
McDowell, 88S, Harinr's Creek: Rufus 
Edney, 839; Samuel Ring, Mneysville : 
A. R. Garb, 3,00, Boilstone : J. R. Justus, 
340, Calhoun: Robt. Jones, sen., 270; L. 
J. Pace, 700, Blue Ridge : Jn.o Davis, sen., 
Flat Rock, 

Surface. — A beautiful valley on the 
head branches of the French Broad ; 
Mountains on the outer boundaries. 

Staples.— Corn, Wheat, Oats, Rye and 
Live Stock. 



HEETFOED COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 9,504. 

County Seat — Winton. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Cowri . Starkey S. Harrell. 

Coroner Osborn A. Giles. 

R. S. Parker, Ch., 
S. J. Holloman, 

Commissioners: { W. D. Newsom, 

Wm. Reid, 
John W. Harrell. 

Register of Deeds James M. Trader. 

Surveyor Zephania Askew, jr. 

Sheriff James KifF. 

Solicitor 1st Bis J. W. Albertson. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer Jordan H. Horton. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



Ahoskey, , J. M. C. Luke, 


Bap 


African Church, , Washington 




Boon, 


Bap 


Bethlehem, , J. M. C. Luke, 


Bap 


Buckhorn, , R. R. Savage, 


Bap 


Mount Tabor, , R. R. Savage, 


Bap 


Meherrin, , John Hoggard, 


Bap 



Church, Muifreesboro, A. McDowell, Bap 



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HERTFORD. 



HERTFORD. 



Pleasant Grove, , John Mitchell, Bap 

Pleasant Plains, , Thomas 

Hoggard, (Col.) Bap 

St. Barnabas, Murfreesboro, , Bap 

Bethel, Harrellsville, T. W. Hayes, Meth 
Church, Winton, Thos. W. Hayes, Meth 

New Hope, , Thos. W .Hayes, Meth 

Church, Murfreesboro, W. G. Starr, Meth 

Union Church, , T. W. Hayes, Meth 

Vaun's Church, , W. G. Starr, Meth 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Boarding House, Harrellsville, J J. Luke, 
Hotel, Harrellsville, J. M. C. Luke, 
Hotel, Murfreesboro, John Newman, 
Hotel, Murfreesboro, W. B. Wise, 
Hotel, Winton, A. G. Britt, 
Hotel, Winton, James Northcutt. 

LAWYERS. 

Moore John W., Harrellsville, 
Slaughter Jos. B., Harrellsville, 
Smith Wm. N. H., Murfreesboro, 
Yents Jesse J., Murfreesboro, 

MERCHANTS. 

Adkins Jas. D., Murfreesboro, Liquors 
Anderson & Holleman, Winton, G S 
Askew John O., Harrellsville, G S 
Benton John W., Riddicksvllle, G S 
Beverly & Wymes, Winton, G S 
Britt (John) & Co., Winton, G S 
Freeman (F. G.) & Co., Murfr'sboro, G S 
Carter Ely, Murfreesboro, Grocer 
Deans Thos. J., Murfreesboro, G S 
Hines Orland, Murfreesboro, G S 
Foster Chas. H., Murfreesboro, G S 
Foster Lyman L., Murfreesboro, Contec 
Hill & Spires, Murfreesboro, G S 
Howell (John V.) & Bro., Mur- 
freesboro, G S 
Harrel S. P., Harrellsville, G S 
Harrell S. S., Winton, G S 
Howell Joseph, Harrellsville, G S 
HaysH.N., Harrellsville, GS 
Jordan & Overby, Winton, G S 
Jackson Jesse A., Murfreesboro, G S 
Lassiter Henry T., Murfreesboro, G S 
Lawrence (John V.) & Son, Mur- 
freesboro, G S 
Luke (John M. C.) & Co., Harrells- 
ville, G S 
Parker Robert S., Murfreesboro, Tailor 
Parker (D.) & Bro., Harrellsville,. G S 
Hipkin Isaac, Murfreesboro, G S 
Parker Goodman D., Murfreesboro, G S 
Revelle Hezekiah, Murfreesboro, G S 
Sharpe & Bro., Harrellsville, G S 
Shaw Norman L., Harrellsville, G S 
Sanders James R', Murfreesboro, G S 



Scull Bros., Harrellsville, 
Vaughan Uriah, Murfreesboro, 
Wynn Jas. M,, Harrelsville, 

MINISTERS. 

Boon Washington L., Murfrees- 
boro, (Col. 
Hoggard Thomas, Harrellsville, 
Hoggard John, Meherrin, 
Luke J. M. C, Harrellsville, 
Lee John S., Murfreesboro, 
McDowell A., Murfreesboro, 

Mitchell John, , 

Odom J., Harrellsville, 
Parker Husey, Murfreesboro, 
Reed William, Murfreesboro, (Col, 
Reynolds A., Winton, 
Savage R. R., Murfreesboro, 
Hayes Thomas W., St. John, 
Stewart A., St. John, 
Starr Wm. G., St. John, 
Whitehead Paul, St. John, 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 



GS 
GS 
GS 



) Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

)Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Meth 

Meth 

Meth 

Meth 



Grist, , Jenkins & Darden, 

Grist and Flour, , John H. Jenniger, 

Flour and Grist, , Wm. G. Gatling, 

Saw Mill, , Jordan & Overby, 

Saw Mill, , McBlair & 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, , Uriah Vaughn, 

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, 
Manning M. E., Murfreesbero, 
Moore Goodwin C, St. Johns, 
Mitchell, Henry S., St. Johns, 
]\[ewson, Jas. E., Winton, 
Shield R. H., Winton, 
Smith Robert, Harrellsville, 
Worrell Cyrus E., Murfreesboro, 
Campbell C, F., Murfreesboro, Dentist 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Harrellsville, Norman L. Shaw, 
Murfreesboro, Mrs. Eliza Trader, 
Riddicksvllle. A. Rlddick, 
St. John, G. C. Moore, 
Winton, Andrew Northcutt, 



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HYDE. 



HYDE. 



Surface — Level and sandy, soil good 
watered by the Meherrin and Chowan 
Rivers. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Naval Stores 
and Fish. 



HYDE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 7,782 

County Seat — Swan Quarter. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Cowri. .Samuel R. Sadler. 

Coroner John Baleman. 

rWm. S. Carter, Ch., 
James C. McCIoud, 

Commissioners \ John J. Fulford, 

Robt. P. Wahab, 
[George L. Fulcher. 

Register of Deeds Thomas M. Jones. 

Sheriff Israel B. Watson. 

Surveyor George W. Swindle. 

Solicitor Ath Dis John A. Richardson. 

Standard Keeper 

Treasurer John M. Mann. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Sladesville, Saml. L. Davis, Chris 

Lake Landing, S. S. Barber, Epis 

Fairfield, A. Cartwright, Prim. Bap 

Swan Quarter, A. Cartwright, Prim. Bap 

Lake Landing, D. C. Johnson, Meth 

Lake Comfort, D. C. Johnson, Meth 

Fairfield, D. C Johnson, Meth 

Swan Quarter, D. C. Johnson, Meth 

Sladesville, D. C. Johnson, Meth 

Hatteras, Geo. E. Wyche, Meth 

Ocracoke, Geo. E. Wyche, Meth 

Kennekeet, Geo. E. Wyche, Meth 
Chickamacomico, Geo. E. Wyche, Meth 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

" Pizeringtum" Hotel, Swan Quarter, Geo. 

Credle, 
Mulberry House, Swan Quarter, John D. 

Louis, 
Slaughter House, Swan Quarter, James 

C. Balance, 
Taylor's Boarding House, Swan Quarter, 

Jos. M. Watson. 

LAWYERS. 

Beckwith Nath'l, Lake Landing. 

MECHANICS. 

Casons B. F., Lake Landing, Blacksmith 
Casons B. F., Lake Landing, Wheelright 



Donnell B. W.,5(col.) Swan Quarter, 

Blacksmith 

Donnell Jack., (col.) Lake Landing, 

Blacksmith 

Freeman Needham, (col.) Sladesville, 

Blacksmith 

Harris John G., Fairfield, Jeweler 

MERCHANTS. 

Bateman John, Lake Landing, Q S 

Benson Reuben, Lake Comfort, G S 

Blackwell Edward L., Fairfield, G S 

Credle & Ballance, Swan Quarter, G S 

Credle & Brown, Swan Quarter, G S 

Gibbs Henry S., Middleton, G S 

Gibbs James W.. Middleton, G S 

Gregory M. S., Middleton, G S 

Gibbs Hilliard, Middleton, G S 

Emory Stephen B., Lake Comfort, G S 

Hoover J. T B., Sladesville, G S 

Jarvis Thos. B., Sladesville, G S 

Mayhew B. F., Lake Landing, G S 

Midyett, B. J., Lake Landing, G 8 

Moore S. S., Midleion, G S 

Rue Bryant A., Fairfield, G S 

Robinson J. D., Lake Landing, G 8 

Sadler William, Fairfield, G S 

Swindall Henry L., Lake Comfort G S 

Wahab Henry W., Sladesville, G S 

Watson Daniel M., Lake Landing, G 8 

Northam John S., Middleton, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Barber R. S., Lake Landing, Epis 

Cartwright Albert, Fairfield, Prim. Bap 
Farrow, Hesekiah, Sladesville, 

(Local) Meth 
Hill Isham H., Sladesville, (Local) Meth 
Johnson D. C, Lake landing, Meth 

Meekins Zion F., Sladesville, (Local) Meth 
Watson J. M., Lake Landing, (Local) Meth 
Davis Sam'l. L. Sladesville. Chris 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Water Grist, Leachville, Daniel L. Burges. 
Water Grist, Leachville, Col. Clarke, 
Steam Saw, Fairfield, D. M. Carter, 
Steam Saw, Fairfield, John M. Mann, 
Steam Grist, Swan quarter, Thos. E. Mace, 
Wind Mill, Fairfield, Wm. P. Midyett, 
Wind Mill, Fairfield, N. B. Neal, 
Wind Mill, Midleton, B. F. Spencer, 
Wind Mill, Midleton, Robt. M. Burrus, 
Wind Mill, Midleton, W. F. Rosser, 
Wind Mill, Lake Comfort, Seth B. Harris, 
Wind Mill, Ocracoke, Eliza Wahab, 
Wind Mill, Ocracoke, Tilmon Farrow, 
Wind Mill, Hatteras, Caleb Stone, 
Wind Mill, Hatteras, George L. Fulcher, 
Wind Mill, Hatteras, Robt. Robinson, 



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IREDELL. 



Wind Mill, Hatteras, Abram Farrow, 
Wiud Mill, Hatteras, B. C. Jennett, 
Wind Mill, Kennekeet, Ignatius Scar- 
borough, 
Wind Mill, Chickamacomico, Jethro A. 

Medyitt, 
Wind Mill, Lake Landing, Midyett, &Pugh 
Wind Mill, Swan Quarter, Jesse S. Mason. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bonner Wm. "V., Middleton, 
Clark Ed., Middleton, 
Haughton E. B., Fairfield, 
Hodges George W., Sladesville, 
Murray Morgan M., Lake Landing, 
Ross Henry B., Sladesville, 
Sparrow Stephen P., Sladesville, 
Shanklin Willaim, Middleton, 
Weston Benj. L , Fairfield, 
Weston Jabez O., Lake Comfort, 
Windley Samuel, Lake Landing. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Swan Quarter, Thos. E. Mace, 
Lake Landing, Bannister Midyett, 
Sladesville, Elijah Neal, 
Fairfield, Joana Sadler, 
Lake Comfort, Benj. F. Spencer, 
Middleton, Waterman Godfrey, 
Ocracoke, Abner B. Howard, 
Hatteras, Homer W. Styron. 

SCHOOLS. 

Chapel Hill Acad., Lake Landing, , 

Fairfield Academy, Fairfield, 



Nebraska Academy, Lake Lading, . 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

James C. Balance, 233 acres ; Tilson G. 
Credle, 660 ; TiJman F. Credle, 303 ; Geo. 
V. Credle, 1,850, Swan Quarter : Reuben 
Benson, 500 ; Edward E. Jones, 260, Lake 
Comfort : Wm. S. Carter, 210 ; H. C. Carter, 
230 ; J. 8. Carter, 207 ; John M. Mann, 
500 ; Thomas Mann, 350 ; P. H. Simmons, 
347 ; Joseph Swindell, Sr., 728 ; James H. 
Simmons, 151, Fairfield: Wm. M. Credle, 
290; Wilson Credle, 1,740; W. H. For- 
tiscue, 444 ; Soloman Northan, 296 ; Jones 
Spencer, 489, Sladesville : James R. Fisher, 
342; Sandford A. Long, 1,140; Samuel 
M. Mann, 276 ; Joseph S. Mann, 415; W. 
Swindell, 186 ; Milton Selby, 483, Lake 
Landing: Seth Gibbs 430; E. L. Mann, 
606 ; J as. D. Simmons, 639 ; E. H. Saun- 
derson,3, 900 Middleton : Geo. W. Swindell, 
690, Swan Quarter. 



Surface. — Level and in places swampy; 
soil very rich, especially around Lake 
Matamuskeet. 

Staples.— Corn, Wheat, Sweet Potatoes 
and Fish. 



IKEDELL COUNTY. 

PopuiiATiON IN 1860 15 847, 

County Seat— SiATEsviLLB. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. C. L. Summers. 
Coroner J. M. Sheppard- 

(John Dt^vidson Ch., 
John Young, 
Thos. A. Allison, 
I Amos P. Sharp, ' 
t Jas. H. Scroggs. 
Register of Deeds. .. T. L. Bell. 

Sherif Wm. F. Watson. 

Surveyor J. M. Turner. 

Solicitor IQth District.. W. P. Caldwell. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer C. A. Carlton. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 



Mayor,. 



Commissioners , 



S. A. Sharpe. 
H. Reynolds, 
J. J. Rickert, 
E. B. Drake, 
J. S. Miller. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bethel, , Marsh, Bap 

New Hope, , Marsh, Bap 

St. Michael's, , Luth 

St. Paul's, , Luth 

Bethlehem, , Jas. W. Wheeler, Meth 

Centre, , Jas. W. Wheeler, Meth 

Clarksburg, , Jas. W. Wheeler, Meth 

Chapel, Tunersburg, J. W. Wheeler, Meth 
Eagle Mills, Eagle Mills, James W. 

Wheeler, Meth 

Macedonia, , Jas. W. Wheeler, Meth 

Mt. Bethel, , Jas. W. Wheeler, Meth 

McKendree's Chapel, , W. C. 

Call, Meth 

Mt. Carmel, , W. H. Barnes, Meth 

New Union, , Jas. W. Wheeler, Meth 

Olin, Olin, James W. Wheeler, Meth 

Providence, , Jas. W. Wheeler, Meth 

Rocky Mount, , W. C. Call, Meth 

Rehobeth, , W. C. Call, Meth 

Snow Creek, Snow Creek, Jas. W. 

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IKEDELL. 



IREDELL. 



Shiloh, , W. C. Call, Meth 

Shepberds X Roads, W. C. Call, Meth 

Salem, , Wm. H. Barnes, Meth 

Church, Statesville, J. W. Wheeler, Meth 

Trinity, , James W. Wheeler, Meth 

Wesley Chapel, , W. C. Call, Meth 

2ion, , Wm. H. Barnett, Meth 

Bethesda, , Walter W. Pharr, Pres 

Bethany, Bethany Church, R. H. Cald- 
well, Pres 

Center, , Wm. W. Pharr, Pres 

Chapel, Statesville, Walter W. Pharr, Pres 

Concord, , , Pres 

Fifth Creek, , R. H. Caldwell, Pres 

Shiloh, , , Pies 

Tabor, , R. H. Caldwell, Pres 

Amity, , W. B. Pressly, Asso. Ref 

Coddle Creek, , J. S. Pressly, Asso. Ref 

New Sterling, , W. B. 

Pressly, Asso. Ref 

New Perth, , J. S. Pressly, Asso. Ref 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Statesville, T. A. Price, 
Hotel, Statesville, A. M. Walker, 

LAWYERS. 

Allison K. M., Statesville. 

Caldwell W. P., (Solicitor 10th District,) 

Statesville, 
Davidson George F., Mt. Mourne, 
Furches D. M., Statesville, 
Howard A. B., Statesville, 
Mitchell Anderson, (Judge 10th District,) 

Statesville, 
McLaughlin R. A., Statesville, 
Mellow J. F. A., Coddle Creek, 
Tucker Thos., Statesville, 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Buggies & Carriages, Statesville, J. W. 

Woodward, 
Cotton, Eagle's Mills, Morrison, Gaither 

&Co., 
Cotton, Eagle's Mills, T. N. & J. Cooper, 
Tobacco, Houstonville, John H. Dutton, 
Tobacco, Stony Point, Henry Hunter, 
Tobacco, Statesville, R. F. Simonton, 
Tannery, Statesville, J. A. F. Watts, 
Tannery, Turnersburg, Wm. M. Allison, 
Tannery, Deep Well, W. B. McLean, 
Tannery, 20ms. S. S. E. Statesville, James 

Harriss, 
Tin Ware, Statesville, J. J. P. Flanigan, 
Saddle & Harness, Statesville, T. C. An- 
derson, 
Harness, Statesville, S. S. Ramsour, 
Co' ton Yarn & Sheeting, Turnersburg, 
Wilford Turner. 



MERCHANTS. 

Anderson T. C, Statesville, Grocer 

Brawley & White, Mt. Mourne, G S 

Carlton Bros. & Co., Statesville, G S 

Clinard , Olin, G S 

Douthit J. E., Statesvile, Drugs 

Elias & Brothers, Statesville, G S 

Ecclea H. C, Cool Spring, G S 

Foote & Osborne, Olin, G S 

Flanigan James, , Tinner 

Hargrave & Seagle. Deep Well & 

Spring Grove, G S 

Jamison A. W., Statesville, G S 

Long & Miller, Statesville, Grocer 

McCorkel Mrs. E. B., Statesville, Miliner 
Miller, Vanpelt & Co., Statesville, G S 
Morrison, Roseboro & Lewis, States- 
ville, G S 
Phifer (W. S.) & Co., Statesville, Confec 
Ruckert & Bell, Statesville, Confec 
Stockton J. W., Statesville, G S 
Summers (C. L.) tfe Long, Statesville, G S 
Templeton & McLean, Statesville, G S 
Drake E. B. & Son, Statesville, 

Editors & Job Printers 
Shepherd G. F. & Bro., Amity Hill, G S 
Turner C. L., Turnersburg, G S 

Wallace, Bro. & Stephenson, States- 
ville, G S 



MINISTERS. 



Pres 
Pres 
Pres 
Pres 
Meth 
Meth 



Caldwell R. H., Statesville, 

Pharr Walter W., Statesville, 

Pharr William W., Mt. Mourne, 

Rockwell E. F., Statesville, 

Gloss W., (D. D.) Olin, 

Call W. C, Mt. Mourne, 

Nicholson T. A., Eagle Mills, (Local) Meth 

Journey Dr. P. C, Olin, (Local) Meth 

Wheeler James W., Olin, Meth 

Marsh , Statesville, Bap 

Pressly John E., Coddle Creek, Asso. Ref 
Pressly W. B., Elk Shoals, Asso. Ref 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Flour, Statesville, H. E. Davis, 
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, David Waddell, 
Flour, Statesville, Miller, Graham & Co., 
Flour, Statesville, Tobias Brown's Estate, 
Flour, Mt. Mourne, Robert McPherson, 
Steam Flour and Saw, Sheppard's Cross 

Roads, Jas. L. Mills & Bro., 
Flour, Turnersburg, Jas. M. Andrews, 
Flour, Snow Creek, Silas Keeton, 
Flour, Stony Point, Henry Hunter, 



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JACKSON. 



Flour, Sweet Home, Joel B. King, 
Flour, Statesville, R. F. Simonton, 
Flour, Stalesville, R. F. Simonton. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Angle S., Cool Springs, 

Allison John A., Statesville, 

Cowan R. V., Scott's X Roads, 

Campbell R. T., Snow Creek, 

Campbell W. M., Statesville, 

Beaty Thomas, Statesville, 

Douglass B. F., Liberty Hill, 

Plalyburton T. C, Stony Point, 

Hall E. A., Bethany Church, 

Houston Geo. J., Statesville, 

Kelly Hugh, Stalesville, 

Long J. F., Statesville, 

McCorcle J. R., Deep Well, 

Murchison J, A., Amity Hill, (Thomp- 

sonian,) 
Slinson G. W., Mount Mourne, 
Tate W. S., Statesville, Dentist 

Tatum Osborne, Shepherd's X Roads, 

(Thompsonian,) 
Corpening T. C, Statesville, 
Journey Peter C, Olin, 
Mott Walter B., Mount Mourne, 
Hill M., Liberty Hill. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Amity Hill, John A. White, 
Bethany Church, Clayton Hill, 
Cool Springs, S. Angle, 
Eagle Mills, Joseph Cox, 
Enola, Robert Little, 
Fancy Hill, Thos. N. Punch, 
Houstonville, Andrew Baggerly, 
Liberty Hill, James Scroggs, 
Mount Mourne, Robert H. Clark, 
New Hope, E. L. C. McHargen, 
New Stirling, Mary D. Simmons, 
Oak Forest, Eneas F. Swann, 
Olin, J. J. Haniss, 
Snow Creek, David B. White, 
Statesville, J. C. Anderson, 
Spring Grove, Miss E. Goodman, 
Sweet Home, Miss L. J. King, 
Turnersburg, Abuer Brooks, 
Union Grove, James L. Norman. 



SCHOOLS. 



F. 



Female College, Statesville, Kev. E 

Rockwell, 
Academy, Elk Shoals, Rev. W. B. Pressly, 
Male Academy, Statesville, J. H. Hill, 
Academy, Coddle Creek, W. A. Kerr, 
High School, Olin, .James Southgate, 
Primary, (col.) Bethany, Alfred Bell, 
Primary, (col.) Cameron, Harriet Phifer. 



PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Col. T. A. Allison 2,639 Acres ; H. E. 
Davis, 4,599 ; John H. McKee, 1,192 ; 
John Davidson, 415 ; Statesville : Geo. F. 
Davidson, 2,031 ; Mt. Mourne : Bobt. J. 
McDowell, 950 ; B catties fwd : J. Young, 
1.650; Alex. Clarke, 492; Fallstown : 
Wm. F. Cowan, 771 ; Silus Keeton, 1,036 ; 
James Clarke, 564 ; Snow Creek : Isaac 
Harris, 394 ; John F. Moore, 533 ; Deep 
Mill: John H. Dalton, 3,140; Fred H. 
Pendleton, 1,682; Thos. A. Nicholson, 
724; Henry Foote, 576 ; Eagle 3Iills : Wm. 
M.Allison, 1,260; Wilford Turner, 782; 
Turnersburg: P. B. Churubus, 2,286; 
David Waddill, 759; Enola: E.F. Sharpe, 
523; Liberty Hill: J. B. Thomas, 1,200; 
Catawba Station : Dr. J. R. B. Adams, 
599; Henry Turner, 629; Cool Spring : 
James W. Williams, 235 ; New Hope : 

Surface — Moderately uneven, soil 
generally good — finely watered by the 
South Yadkin and tributaries, water 
power very fine. 

Staples — Corn, Wheat, Grass, Fruit, 
Butter and Live Stock. 



JACKSON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 5,515 

County Seat — Webster. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Glerli Superior Cowri.. Eleazer D. Davis. 

Coroner Jonathan M. Bryson, 

f Olive Painter Ch., 
J. W. Ferrell, 
Commissioners ;....-{ Wm. Norton, 
Wm. Wilson, 
[Joseph D. Buchanan. 

Begis'.er of Deeds. . . .Wm. R. Buchanan. 

Sheriff Benj. S. Buchanan, 

Surveyor John R. Dillis. 

Solicitor 12th Lis R. M. Henry. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer. ..Reuben H. Stephens. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



Webster, 

Webster, 

Webster, 

Webster, 

Webster, 

Ocona Lufty, 



-,G. W. Spake, 
-, Hardie Bennett, 
-, E. D. Brendle, 
-, Thos. Henson, 
-, James Buchanan, 



Meth 

Meth 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

-, Henry Connor. Bap 



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JOHNSON. 



JOHNSON. 



LAWYERS. 

Cannon R. H., Webster, 
Love J. R., Webster. 

MINES. 

Georgetown Gold Mine, Cashier's Valley, 
Savanah Copper Mine, Webster, 
Werry Hutt Copper Mine, Webster. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Mcht. F., Webster, J. B. Allen. 

Mcht. F. «fc G. Cashier's Valley, 



Mcht. F. & G., Scott's Creek,- 

Mecht. F. & G., Savanah, 

F. & G., Werrv Hutt Creek, ■ 
F. & G., Webster, 



PHYSICIANS. 

Brinkley J. R., Webster, 
Johnson E. G., Webster, 
Welch T. K., Qualla Town. 

MERCHANTS. 

McKee & Erwin, Webster, 
Spake G. W., Webster. 



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POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Caler's Hill, James Bran ton, 
Casher's Valley, Alfred Zachary, 
East Laport, J. L. Potts, 

Georgetown, • , 

High Top, , 

Horse Cave, , 

Ocona Lufty, Miss Elizabeth Conner, 
Qualla Town, S. Enloe, 
Webster, G. W. Spake. 

Surface — A beautiful and rich moun- 
tain couBtr)'^ — watered by the Tuckaseege 
and Oconee Luftee Riveis, which run down 
through the central part of the county, 
forming one of the finest valleys of the 
West. 

Staplks — Corn, Wheat, Oats, Irish po- 
tatoes and Medicinal herbs. 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 15,656. 

County Seat — Smithfield. 

COUNTY OFFICERS, 

Clerk Superior Court..V. T. Massey. 
Coroner R. V. Smith. 



CommUsionert, 



Register of Deeds. 

Sheriff. 

Surveyor 

Solicitor 1th Bis 
Standard Keeper. . 

Treasurer 

Tax Collector 



John R. Coats, Ch., 
Robert Massingill, 
John C. Hood, Sen., 
F. P. Phillips, 
H. Coby. 
A. R. Duncan. 
E. G. Hill. 
C. C. Massey. 
.W. R. Cox. 



.Alfred Holland. 
.N. S. Barnes. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Antioch, Smithfield, A. R. Raven, Meth 
Benson's Smithfield, A. R. Raven, Meth 
Boon Hill, Boon Hill, A. R. Raven, Meth 
Clayton, Clayton, A. R. Raven, Meth 

Corinth, Selma, A. R. Raven, Meth 

Elevation, Smithfield, A. R. Raven, Meth 
Elizabeth, Smithfield, A. R. Raven, Meth 
Massengill's Smithfield, A. R. Raven, Meth 
Mt. Zion, Leachburg, J. J. Hines, Meth 
Pine Level, Pine Level, A. R. Ra- 
ven, Meth 
Meadow, Boon Hill, R. Rose, Meth 
Smithfield, Smithfield, A. R. Raven, Meth 
Zion, Pine Level, A. R. Raven, Meth 
Antioch, Smithfield, P. Creech, 

Free Will Bap 
Black Creek, Smithfield, P. Creech, 

Free Will Bap 

Carver's Creek, , , F. W. Bap 

Long Branch, , , F. W. Bap 

Little River, Boon Hill, , F. W. Bap 

Laurel Chapel, Smithfield, J. Wheeler, 

F. W. Bap 

Stony Fork, , , F. W. Bap 

Savannah, , , F. W. Bap 

St. Mary's Grove, , , 

F. W. Bap 

Bethesda, Clayton, Ellington, Bap 

Liberty, Clayton, J. F. Ellington, 

Mt. Moriah, Clayton, Weaver, 

Shiloh, Clayton, Stinson Ivey, 
Smithfield, Smithfield, Dr. W. B. 

Harrell, 
Beulah, Pine Level, J. Sasser, Prim. Bap 
Clements, Smithfield, N. Barker, Prim. Bap 
Fellowship, Smithfield, M. Stephenson, 

Prim. Bap 
Hannah's Creek, Smithfield, J. Coats, 

Prim. Bap 

Juniper, Smithfield, Brown, 

Prim. Bap 
Rehoboth, Boon Hill, Nat. Barker, 

Prim. Bap 

Union, Boon Hill, Brown, Prim. Bap 

Pleasant Hill, Smithfield, — 

Marks, 
Middle Creek, Smithfield, J. 
Harper, 



Bap 
Bap 
Bap 

Bap 



Chris 
Chris 



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JOHNSON. 



Oakland, Clayton. W. S. Lacy, D. D., Pies 
St. , Selnia, , Epis 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Smithfield, C. Harris, 
Hotel, Smithfield, C. A. Smith, 
Hotel, Selma, John W. Sharp. 

LAWYERS. 

Abell H., Smithfield, 
Eldridse L., Smithfield, 
Parker Ed. S., Smithfield, 
Richardson M., Smithfield, 
Sanders C. B., Smithfield, 
Sharp J. AV.. Selma, 
Waddell L. R., Smithfield. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Iron Works, Selma, Selma Iron Works, 
Turp. Dis., Selma, Thos. Oliver & Bro., 
Turpentine Dis., Selma, Daniel Sellers, 
Turpentine Dis., Boon Hill, Perry & Bro., 
Turpentine Dis., Selma, J. G. Rose, 
Turpentine Dis., Selma, D. W. Adams, 
Turp. Dis., Selma, Allen Johnson & Son, 
Turpentine Dis., Selma. C. P. Kenyon, 
Turpentine Dis., Boon Hill, Henry Holt, 
Turpentine Dis., Bentonville, J. C. Hood, 
Turpentine Dis., Smithfield, W. H. Avera, 
Turpentine Dis., Selma, Wm. J. Beard. 

MERCHANTS. 

Avera W. H., Smithfield, G S 
Alford J. B., (col.), Smithfield, Grocer 

Bryan J., Clayton, Grocer 

Britt S. W., Boon Hill, G g 

Cook (J. B.) & Co., Selma, G S 

Colyer J. C, Selma, Grocer 

Cobb J. F., Smithfield, G S 

Cullen (J. F.) &, Co., Smithfield, G S 

Cox W., Clayton, G S 

Hood S. H., Selma, G S 
Hastings (Wm.) & Co., Smithgeld, G S 

Horton S. P., Smithfield, Auctioneer 

Harris C, Smithfield, Drugs 

Hastings Wiley, Boon Hill, G S 

Green , Piueville, G S 

Home A., Clayton, G S 

Holt Henry, Clayton, G S 

Honeycutt D., Clayton, G S 

Marley & Co.. Smithfield, G S 

McCuUen W. H., Clayton, G S 

Noble A. M., Selma, G S 

Preston C. E., Selma, G S 

Woodall & Bro., Smithfield, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Brooks J. R., Smithfield, Meth 

Raven A. R., Smithfield, Meth 



Sasser James II., Bulah, Bap 

Stephenson Moore, Elevation, Prim. Bap 

MINES. 

Frost Iron Mine, near Selma, said to be 
inexhaustible. Other Iron Ores discov- 
ered near Pineville. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Saw, Clayton, Wilson & Waddell, 
Saw, Selma, Wilson & Waddell, 
Saw, Selma, R. H. Page, 

Saw, Boon Hill, Lewis. 

Grist, Boon Hill, Caden Whitlev, 
Grist, Boon Hill, K. B. Whitley, 
Grist, Boon Hill, T. H. Atkinson, 
Grist, Smithfield, Ed. Sanders, 
Grist, Pine Level, John B. Watson, 
Grist, St. Charles, J. & M. Richardson, 
Tannery, Selma, J. & M. Richards. -n. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Telfair Alex. & Son, Smithfield, 
Beckwith J. B , Smithfield, 
Enniss H. C, Clayton, 
Hooker Roscoe, Boon Hill, 

Jones , Clayton, 

Leach J. T. Sr., Leachburg, 
Leach J. T. Jr., Leachburg, 
Manly H. B., Smithfield, 

Michard , Smithfield, Dentist 

Rose J. G., Smithfield, 
Robertson , Clayton. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Beulah, Miss N. S. Hinnant, 

Bentonsville, , 

Boon Hill, Mrs. Smith, 
Clayton, Miss M. C. Hood, 
Earpsborough, Miss P. A. Young, 
Elevation, Sarah Dixon, 
Leachburg, Charles H. Holland, 
Pine Level, F. G. Hinnant, 
St. Charles, Henry B. Faison, 
Selma, Miss Hood, 
Smithfield, Mrs. M. A. Northam. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Ashley Powell, 5,000 acres; Henry Dur- 
ham, l,iOO. Clai/fon : Ed. Sanders, W. W. 
Sanders, A. J. Heath, 1,000; Jerry 
McClair, W. H. Avera, John Avera, Smith- 
fieU : Wm. Atkinson, Thos. Atkinson, Boon 
Hill: David Turner, Daniel Sellers, J. W. 
Sharp, A. M. Noble, J. W B. Watson, 
Perry Godwin, Joseph Richardson, Milton 
Richardson. Selma. 



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JONES. 



JONES. 



Surface. — Level, sandy loam, gener- 
ally good, and much of it very productive 
when well drained. 

Staples. — Cotton, Corn, Sweet Potatoes, 
and Naval Stores. 



JONES COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 5,736 

County Seat — Trenton. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. .J a.s. H. C. Bryan. 
Coroner John S. Andrews. 

•J. A. Haskell Ch., 
Benj. S. Bryan, 

Commissioners \ John Peace, 

I JI. L. Shepard, 
[ John Smith. 

Rrf/ister of Deeds Caswell Askew. 

Sheriff 0. R. Colgrove. 

Surveyor Joseph Kinsey, 

Solicitor Zrd Bis John V. Sherrard. 

Sf.mdard Keeper . 

Treasurer Joseph K. Smith. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Cypress Creek, Trenton, R. P. Bibb,Meth 
Lees Chapel, Pollocksville, R. P. 

Bibb. Jleth 

Shady Grove, Trenton, S. H Isler, Pres 
Trenton, (Meth.) (Pres.) & (Bap.) Free 

Meadow, Trenton, , Free 

Pleasant Hill, Trenton, , Free 

HOTELS. 

Trenton House, Trenton, T. E. Prilchett, 
Tronton iiouse, Trenton, Fredrick Taylor, 
Trenton House, Trenton, Joseph K. Smith, 

LAWYERS. 

Koonce Calvin H., Trenton, 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Turp. Dis., Trenton, Jacob F. Scott. 

MERCHANTS. 

Askew & Bazaman, Trenton, G S 

Henderson Bcnj., Pollocksville, G .S 

Reid Jo. B., Pollocksville, G S 

Scott Jacob F., Trenton, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Simmnions II. Isler, Trenton, Pres 

B\\>h, R. P., Trenton. Meth 



James H. Rhodes, Trenton, Bap 

Foy, Trenton, Bap 

Westley Potter, Bap 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist & S., Pollocksville, J. A. Haskew, 
Grist & S. Trenton, James McDaniel, 
Steam Saw & G., Trenton, James Rhodes, 
Saw & Grist, Trenton, James K. Smith. 
Grist, Trenton, James B. Westbrook, 
Saw & Grist, Pink Hill, Lenoir Co., Ivey 

King, 
Grist & Saw, Pink Hill, Jonas Williams, 
Grist & Saw, Pink Hill, Rich. Miller, 
Grist & Saw, Trenton, Ivey A. Heath. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Alexander S. J., Trenton, 
Hart Titus, Trenton, 
Robinson W. T., Pollocksville, 
Richardson Cicero, Pollocksville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Pollocksville, John B. Reed, 
Trenton, D. D. Colgrove. 

SCHOOLS. 

Pollocksville Academy, 



Pleasant Hill Acad., Jos. Keny, 
Trenton Academy, 



PROMINENT FARMERS. 

William Bynum, 750 acres ; George K. 
Dixon, 800; Cyrus Foscue, 1,506; James 
Emery Hay. 1,500 ; Thos. W. Mides, 533 ; 
Richard Ol'dfield, 3,350; Thos. C. Pasons, 
1.187 ; Jas. C. Brvan, 895 ; Bryan Bender, 
jr., I,f25; Franklin Foy, 1,200; John 
Hall, 250; J. A. Haskett. 6,280; Alfred 
Whitly, 800; Jobn H. Whitly, 400; 
Needham B. White, 500 ; Alonzo F. Du- 
val, 744 ; Henry C. Foscue, 550 ; Samuel 
Ilutson, 299; Abner Hargett, 450; Francis 

xMerritt, ; E. T. Sanderson, 800; 

Thos. H. Scott, 1,024 ; Edward W. Scott, 
U8,iFollocksville: F. G. ISimmons, 2,200 , 
AmosL. Simmons, 1,426; Thos. H. BryrtU, 
942 ; Arson R. Colgrove, 992 ; Eeward S. 
Francks, 1,300 ; Adouijah McDaniel, 1,236; 
Bazil McDaniel, 1,000; Elvin McDaniel, 
300 ; F. McDaniel, 607 ; Joseph K. Smith, 
2,130 ; AVilliam E. Ward, 810 ; Thos. Wil- 
cox. 450; Benj. Brock, jr., 762. Farnifold 
Brock 762; Isaac Brock, 762; Lafayette 
Dillahunt, 800 ; Elijah L. Francks, 515 ; 
A. 0. Gooding, 500 ; James S. Haitze, 
1,093; R. J. K. Hatch, 3,800; A. F. Ham- 
mond, 860; K'-nneth R. Jones, 1.000; 
Calvin Koonce, 1,630; J. R. Kinsey, 777; 



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LINCOLN. 



John M. P. Rhodes, 500 ; Thos. J. Whita- 
ker, 395 ; Davis Green, 2,950 ; Thos. T. 
Gooding, 1,145; Joel A. Heath, 2,416; 
FrankHn B. Harrison, 1,300; Shadrach E. 

Loftin, ; Enoch Nobles, 1,297 ; Benj. 

F. Stanly 1,152; Peter Andrews, 300: J. 
F. Bradley, 510 ; Edgar M. Foscue, 1 00 
Daniel Harrison, 1,970 ; Thos. Harriaou, 
1,058 ; Thos. H. JIallace, 800 ; John W. 
Wooten, 631 ; A. B. Vfatson, 274, Trenton: 
William Foy, 2,054; Thos. D. Foy, 900, 
New Berne : Cyrus Brown, 1,040 ; Benj. 
Brown, 1,100; Isaac Brown, 4 976 ; Ivey 
King, 1,774; Fehx King, 805; Richard 
Miller, 964; John Smith, 444; John B. 
Turner, 568 ; Whitfield Turner, 800 ; Amos 
Jones, 444; Fountain Williams, 500; Jonas 
Williams, 2,793, Pink Hill: Thos. G. Ford- 
ham, 396; C. C. Fordham, 418; A. J. 
Fordham, 220 ; Moses Gooding, 751; Jas. 
H. Kinsey, 723 ; Thos. B. Becton, 1,236 ; 
Gabriel P. Coy, 542; Edwin B. Isler, 
2,997 ; Simmons H. Isler, 1,000, Einston. 

SuKFACE. — Low and level, — soil very 
rich, and very productive when well 
drained. 

Staples. — Cotton, Corn, Sweet Pota- 
toes and Naval Stoves. 



LINCOLN COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 8,195. 

County Seat — Lincolton. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Cleric Superior Court.. ?>. P. Sherrill. 

Coroner Samuel Curry. 

rO. B. Je.nks, Ch., 
I Henry Rhodes, 

Commissioners \ James Mullen, 

I Jas. H. Marsh, 
L Robert N. Hager. 

Register of Deeds Thos. W. Robinson. 

Sheriff J. H. King. 

Deputy Sheriff. J. O. Anthony. 

Deputy Sheriff. John Pendleton. 

Surveyor David Huss. 

Standard Keeper Seth W. Stubbs, 

Solicitor 9<h Dis W. P. Bynuiu. 

Treasurer Wm. T. McCoy. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 



Mayor. 



Commissioners. 



.S. P. Sherrill. 

fW. P. Bynum, 

I L. E. Thompson, 

I J. C. Cobb, 

) A. A. McL.-an, 

) E. W. Stubbs, 

Wm. Tiddey, 

M. L. Brown, 

A. P. James. 

Constable H. W. Morton. 

Town Clerk W. J. Hoke. 

Town Treasurer John P. Anthony. 

Sexton Jacob Bisaner. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



St. Luke's, Lincolnton, Wm. R. 

Wetmure, 
St. John's, near Beaties Ford, 



Lincolnton, Robt. N. 



Epis 
Epis 
Pres 



Lincolnton 
Davis, 

Mackpelah, 10 miles east Lincoln 

ton, R. H. Morrison. Pres 

Unity, 17 miles east Lincolnton, R. 

H. Morrison, Pres 

Hebron, 6 miles west Lincolnton, 

J. S. Barr, Pres 

Trinity, Lincolnton, Walker, Meth 

McKendree's Chapel, 4 miles north 

Lincolnton, J. Finger, Meth 

Union, 10 miles east Lincolnton, 

John Finger, Meth 

Lowe's Chapel, 16 miles northeast 

Lincolnton, John Finger, Meth 

Salem, near Beaties Ford, John 

Finger, Meth 

Bethel, near Dry Pond, J. Finger, Meth 

Hill's Chapel, Cottage Home John 

Finger, Meth 

Fiiendship, Beatie's Ford, John 

Finger, Meth 

Bethlehem, 11 miles northwest Lin- 
colnton, John Watts, Meth 

Factory, 2 miles south Lincolnton, 

John Watts, Meth 

Pleasant Grove, 3 miles west Lin- 
colnton, John Watts, Meth 

Zion, 7 miles west Lincolnton, John 

Watts, Meth 

Bess Chapel. 11 miles west Lincoln- 
ton, Thos. W. Postell, North Meth 

Emanuel's Lincolnton, , 

Ger. Ref 

Davie's, 5 miles northwest Lincoln- 
ton, , Ger Ref 

Salem, 6 miles north Lincolnton, 

John Lantz, Ger. Ref 

Church, 6 miles north Lincolnton, 

John Lantz, Ger. Ref 



Ludus Mundi, or '' Geograpliical Game,'' Patent, 

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LINCOLN. 



LINCOLN. 



St. Luke, 12 miles northeast Lin- 
coliuon, J. R. Peterson, 

Bethpage, 7 miles west Lincolnton, 
A. J. Fox, 

Salem, 6 miles north Lincolnton, 



Trinity, 9 miles northwest Lincoln- 
ton, A. J. Fox, 

Davie's, 5 miles northwest Lincoln- 
ton. A. J. Fox, 

Union, Cottage Home, Wilkie, 

Salem, 5 miles south Lincolnton, 
Wilkie, 

Pisgah, 17 miles west Lincolnton, 
Wi.kie. 

HOTELS. 



Luth 

Luth 

Luth 

Luth 

Luth 
Bap 

Bap 

Bap 



Hotel, Lincolnton, Benj. S. .Johnson, 
Hotel, Lincolnton, Mrs. L. H. Kistler. 

LAWYERS. 

Bynum Wm. P., (Solicitor 9th Dis.,) Lin- 
colnton, 
Brevard Alex. F., Iron Station, 
Guion Benj. S., Lincolnton, 
Hoke John F., Lincolnton, 
Lander Sam'l. jr., Lincolnton, 
McBee V. A., Lincolnton, 
Shipp Wm. M., Lincolnton, 
Shaw Robt., Lincolnton, 
Schenk David, Lincolnton, 
Shipp Bartlett, Cottage florae. 
Thompson Leonard E., Lincolnton. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Wool Carding, Long Shoal, 4 miles west 
Lincolnton, Grady, Banister & Co., 

Wool Carding and Manufacturing, North 
Brook, Orville B. Jenks. 

Pottering, Seagle's Store, Seagle & Good- 
man, 

Pottering, Seagle's Store, Dan'l Hartzoag, 

Cotton, Lincolnton, Phifer & Allison ; 
John F. Phifer, sup., 

Chair Factory, Lincolnton, Jas. H. Marsh, 

Paper, Lincolnton, Wm. & R. Tiddy. 

Paper Long Shoal, Wm. & R. Tiddy. 

Iron Forge, Lincolnton, Jonas W. Derr, 

Iron Making, Iron Station, Wilkes, Luce 
& Co., 

Iron Making, Iron Station, Alexander F. 
& R. A. Brevard, 

Vesuvius Iron Works, Iron Station, Wilkes, 
Luce & Co., 

Stonewall Iron Works, Iron Station, 
Wilkes, Luce & Co., 

lion Works, Lincollon, Alex. Goodson, 

Tannery, Lincolnton, Henry F. Ramsour, 

Tannery, Lincolton, H. E. & E. F. Ram- 
sour, 



Tannery, Lincolnton, Daniel Finger, 
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. 

Bollinger, 
Forge, Mountain Creek, Wilkes, Luce & Co 

MECHANICAL. 

Hatter Shop, Lincolnton, Wm. Cline, 
Carriage Shop, Lincolnton, Ab. McCoy, 
Carriage Shop, Lincolnton, Jas. Wilkie, 
Cabinet Shop, Lincolnton, A. P. James, 
Cabinet Shop, Lincolnton, Warren Gheen, 
Blacksmithing, Lincolnton, John Better, 
Carpenter, Lincolnton, E. H. Cauble, 
Shoemaker, Lincolnton, Harrison Wilson, 
Shoemaker, Lincolnton, Alex. Schenck, 
Shoemaker, Lincol'n, Elkanah, Hartzoag, 
Shoemaker, Lincolnton, Wm. Hiuson, 
Blacksmith, Lincolnton, Alfred Siade, 
Carpenter, Lincolnton, Thomas Well. ■ 



MERCHANTS. 



GS 



Abernathy R. H., Lincolnton, 
Border (J. S.) & Homesley, Lin- 
colnton, 
Childs Eben, Lincolnton, 
Cobb Joseph C, Lincolnton, 
Culp & Caldwell (Frank) Beatie's 

Ford, 
Haynes Albert S., Iron Station, 
Henderson Chas. C, Lincolnton, 
Ivey (J. M.) & Goodson (F.) 

Beatie's Ford, 
Jenkins James C., Lincolnton, 
Kidd J. M., Catawba Springs, 

Kidd , Dry Pond, 

Lowe David A., Castania Grove and 

Lincolnton, 
Lawing & Means, Lincolnton, 
Michal Wm. H., Lincolnton, 
Rhodes Henry, Seagle's Store, 
Stowe & Lecraft (Benj.) Lincolnton, 
Sherrill S. P., Lincol'n, Grocer and Confec 
Speck John F., Lincolnton, Bakery 

Summey (P. A.) & Cobb (B. B.) 
Lincolton, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Davis Robt. N., Lincolnton, Pres 

Barr J. 8., Lincolnton, Pres 
Morrison R. H., D. D., Cottage 

Home, Pres 

Wetmore Wm. R., Lincolnton, Epis 

Berry L. M., Lincolnton, Bap 



GS 
GS 
GS 

GS 
GS 
GS 

GS 
GS 
GS 
GS 

GS 
Drugs 
GS 
GS 
GS 



Cansler Isaac, Lincolnton, 
Fox A. J., Lincolnton, 



(Col.) Bap 
Luth 



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BtTSlMSS DIRECTORY. 



8§ 



LINCOLN. 



LINCOLN. 



Fox Luther, Lincolnton, Luth 

Finger John, Beatie's Ford, Meth 

Asbury H., Beatie's Ford, (Local,) Meth 
Postell T. W., Lincolnton, North. Meth 

Matton , Lincolnton, North. Meth 

Miller Jno. T., Lincolnton, North. Meth 
Ballard J., Catawba Springs, North. Meth 
Huggins John A., Catawba Springs, 

North. Meth 
Harriss H. A. T., North Brook, North. Meth 

Naylor , North Brook, Prot. Meth 

Ingold Jeremiah, Lincolnton, Ger. Ref 
McLean Geo. A., Lincolnton, Ger. Ref 
Hoke A., Lincolnton, Af. Epis. Zion Meth 

MINES. 

Hoke's Gold Mine, 4 miles east of Lincoln- 
ton, John F. Hoke, Wm. J. Hoke, Dan'l 
Seagle, Henry Consler and F. Hoke, 

Gold Mine, 4 miles east of Lincolnton, 
Norriss, Cassell & Pollock, 

Gold Mine, 4 miles east of Lincolnton, Jno. 
F. Hoke, 

Gold Mine, 4 miles east of Lincolnton, 
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, Lime Kiln, 9 miles east of 
Lincolnton, Lawson Keener, 

Gold Mine at Beatie's Ford, 3 miles east 
of Lincolnlon, C. Beals, 

Gold Mine, 18 miles east of Lincolnton, 
Elizabeth Burton, 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Flour and Grist, 18 miles east of Lincoln- 
ton, Seagle's Store, Green D. Abernathy. 

Flour and Grist, 9 miles west of Lincoln- 
ton, Thomas Bess, 

Flour and Grist, 4 miles south of Lincoln- 
ton, W. & R. Tiddy, 

Flour and Grist, 13 miles east of Lincoln- 
ton, Cottage Home, J. D. M. Bollinger, 

Flour and Grist, 18 miles east of Lincoln- 
ton, Beatie's Ford, E. Bnrton, 

Flour and Grist, 12 miles east of Lincoln- 
ton, Iron Station, A. F. & R. A. Brevard, 

Flour and Grist, 12 miles west of Lincoln- 
ton, Seagle's Store, Mary A. Beam, 

Flour and Grist, 2 miles south of Lincoln- 
ton, Henry Consler, 

Flour and Grist, 4 miles southwest of Lin- 
colnton, David Grouse, 

Flour and Grist, 6 miles southeast of Lin- 
colnton, Iron Station, D. Dellinger, 

Flour and Grist, 6 miles east of Lincoln- 
ton, J. W. Derr, 

Flour and Grist, 5 miles northwest of Lin- 
colnton, T. J. Ramsour, 



Flour and Grist, 4 miles west of Lincoln- 
ton, H. Consler, 

Flour and Grist, 5 miles north of Lincoln- 
ton, M. Finger, 

Flour and Grist, 8 miles southwest of Lin- 
colnton, Joseph Houser, 

Flour and Grist, 7 miles east of Lincoln- 
ton, Iron Station, J. F. Reinhardt, 

Flonr and Grist, 14 miles west of Lincoln- 
ton, Seagle's Store, G. W. Hull, 

Flour and Grist, 13 miles west of Lincoln- 
ton, Seagle's Store, Glasscock, 

Flour and Grist, 16 miles east of Lincoln- 
ton, Cottage Home, Cyrus L. Hunter, 

Flour and Grist, 5 miles north of Lincoln- 
ton, John A. Killiam, 

F. «&; G. 4 miles west Lincolnton, Messa- 
gee, Reep & Paysour, 

F. & Q., 3 miles north Lincolnton, Derr & 
Ramsour, 

F. & G., 8 miles east Lincolnton, Iron 
Station, Ed. Wilkes, 

F. & G., 10 miles east Lincolnton, Iron 
Station, Ed. Wilkes, 

F. & G., 6 miles west Lincolnton, Max- 
well Warlick, 

F. & G.. i mile west Lincolnton, C, «fe W 
H. Motz. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Abernathy Jas. M., Lincolnton, 
Brown Martin, L., Lincolnton, 
Black Lorenzo D., Lincolnton, 
Brevard Ephraim, Beatie's Ford, 
Caldwell Elam, Lincolnton, 
Crowell Eli, Lincolnton, 
Lawing John M., Lincolnton, 
Means Theophilus, Lincolnton, 
McLean Wm. B., Castania Grove, 
Richardson John M., Lincolnton, 
Rudisill James C, Lincolnton, 
Thompson W. A., North Brook, 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Beatie's Ford, Sidney A. Burch, 
Catawba Springs, Wm. S. Tucker 
Cottage Home, J. S. Norwood, 
Dry Pond, Mary A. Houston, 
Killiam's Mills, Ulysses Alexander, 
North Brook, Orville B. Jenks, 
Rock Mill, Thomas Bess, 
Seagle's Store, Miss Stamey, 
Sherrill's Ford, Elbert L. Sherrill, 
Lincolnton, Harriett E. Bomar, 
Vesuvius Furnace, James M. Smith. 

EXPRESS AGENT. 
Alexander W. H., Lincolnton. 



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LENOIR. 



OFEICEKS W. C. t R. B. R., WEST DIVISIOW. 

B. S. Guion, SuperintendeDt, 
V. A. McBee, Treasurer, 
John G. Justice, agent, Lincolnton, 
A. S. Haynes, agent, Iron Station. 

SCHOOLS. 

Pleasant Retreat, Male, Lincolnton, Rev. 

Wm. R. Wetmore, 
Lincolnton Seminary, Female, Mrs. T. W. 

Brevard, 
Male Seminary, Lincolnton, Judge T. W. 

Brevard, 
Female Seminary, Lincolnton, Misa Mary 

W. Alexander, 
Episcopal Parochial School, Lincolnton, 

Miss Kate Heedick, 
Colored School, under the auspices of a 

Philadelphia Society, N. W. Hill, 
Prim., (col.) Beatie's Ford, Sam'l. Lewis. 

Spbface — Moderately uneven,soil good, 
Talleys rich, scenery fine. 

Staples — Wheat, Corn, Oats and Min- 
erals — especially Iron. 



LENOIR COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 10,220 

County Seat — Kinston. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court.. ^. F. Green, 

Coroner Wm. F. Loften, 

'Anthony Davis, 



Commissioners , 



L. H. Aldredge, 
Pinkney Hardy, 
R. W. King. 
, Amos Harvey. 

Register of Deeds A. C. Wadsworth. 

Sheriff F. F. Cox. 

Surveyor Wm. Arthui'. 

Solicitor Zrd Bis John V. Sherrard. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer Reddick J. Powell. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



Lenoir Institute, Lenoir Institute, 

W. D. Meacham, 
Kinston, Kinston, W. D. Meacham, 
Hickory Grove, near Mosely Hall, 

W. ©. Meacham, 

Kinston, Kinston, , 

Loosing Swamp, near Kinston, 



Wheat Swamp, near Lenoir Institute, 



Meth 
Meth 

Meth 
Chris 

Chris 

Bap 



Wheat Swamp, near Lenoir Insti- 
tute, . Free Will Bap 



Mosely Hall, Mosely Hall, 



Kinston, Kinston, 



Bap 
Bap 



HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Lenoir House, Kins,, Jno. H. Stevenson, 
St. Charles Hotel, Kinston, J. T. Freeman. 

LAWYERS. 

Grainger Henry F., Kinston, 
Holland William A., Kinston, 
Hadly Thomas J., Kinston, 
Loftin Andrew J., Kinston, 
Munroe Adolphus, Kinston, 
Washington George, Kinston, 
Wooten John F., Kinston. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Carriages. Kinston, M. W.Campbell & Co. 
Carriages Kinston, James H. Dibble, 
Carriages, Kinston, Jas. B. Webb, 
Harness, Kinston, A. N. Daniels, 
Boot and Shoe Shop, Kinston, William 

Tilling, 
Boot and Shoe Shop, Kinston, Elijah 

Boggus, 
Boot and Shoe Shop, Mosely Hall, F. 

Smith. 



MERCHANTS. 



GS 



Baer Aaron, Kinston, 

Boggus Mrs. Amanda, Kinston, 

Miliner & Mantuamaker 

Babbitt James G. B., Kinston, Tinner 

Collins John W., Kinston, G S 

Cox & Wallace, Kinston, G S 

Cummings James B., Kinston, G S 

Camp George W., Kinston, G S 

Dixon Henry C, Kinston, G S 

Davis Anthony, Pink Hill, G S 

Dunn Walter, Kinston, Drugs 

Einstein Simon, Kinston, G S 

Fields Reuben K., Mosely Hall, G S 

Griffin Chas. M., Kinston, G S 

Griffin & Webb, Kinston, G S 

Grady Elisha, Kinston, G S 

Hardee John L., Mosely Hall, G S 

Harevy (A.) «fc Sons, Kinston, Q S 

Harvy Lemuel, Kins.,SAgt Life & Fire Ins 

Hardey John L., Mosely Hall, G S 

Hardy Brothers Lenoir Institute, G S 

Loftin Shadrich H., Kinston, G S 

Miller Mrs. Delia A., Kinston, G S 
McKenzie R., Kinston, Machinist 

Miller Joseph A., Kinston, Tailor 

Parrott &. Pridgen, Kinston, G S 

Steveson John H., Kinston, G S 



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MACON. 



Sutton William, Kinston, G S 

Pollock A. J. Kinston, Drugs 

Tillow George W., Kinston, Bridge Builder 
Sears Mrs. Sarah, Kinston, 

Miliner and Mantuamaker 
Washington John C, Kinston, G S 

Whitefield Col. Geo. F., Mosely Hall, G S 
Wilson & Dail, Lenoir Institute, G S 

Wallace Joseph H., Kinston, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Webb James B., Kinston, (Local) Meth 
Meacham W. D., Kinston, Meth 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Saw & Grist, Kinston, Wilson Tilghman, 
Grist, Mosely Hall, Stephen Lassiter, 
Saw & Grist, Kinston, James Waters, 
Grist, Kinston, Wooten & Jackson, 
Saw & Grist, Kinston, Jno. S. Davis. 
Saw & Grist, Mosely Hall, Ed. G. Wooten, 
Grist, Kinston, Wm. Ormond, 
Steam Grist, Kins., Jno. C. Washington, 
Steam Grist, Kinston, Jas. H. Dibble, 
Steam Saw & Grist, Kinston, E. A. 

Forbush. 
S. S. & G., Mosely Hall, A. J. Mclntyre, 

PHYSICIANS. 

Brown Wm. C, Kinston, 
Bryan James P., Kinston, 
Blount H. W., Mosely Hall, 
Evans S., Kinston, 
Duny Geo. W., Pink Hill, 
Davis Ira S., Kinston, 
Hughes Wm. H., Kinston, 
Hadly J. M., Mosely Hall, 
Hartsfield Joel A., Kinston, 
Pollock A. J., Kinston, 
Pollock W. A. J., Kinston, 
Woodley T. A., Kinston, 

Woods , Lenoir Institute' 

Woolly , Mosely Hall, 

Miller A. R., Kinston. Dentist 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTEES. 

Kinston, James G. B., Babbitt, 
Mosoly Hall, Wallace Ames, 
Lenoir Institute, James Elmore, 
Pink Hill, Wm. W. Denny. 

COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. 

Female School, Lenoir Institute, Mrs. S. 

Patrick, 
Kinston Female Academy, . 



PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Council Wooten, Jesse Lassiter, James 
Wood, James Waters, Thos. Kennedy, 
Noah Rouse, Mosely Hall; James M. 
Patrick, Thos. N. Dawson, Thos. M. Daw- 
son, F. A. Brothers, James M. Hines Alex. 
Dawson, Dru Murphy, Alex. Wilson, 
Stephen Hardy, Lenoir Institute ; James 
M. Parrott, Henry Bond, John C. Wash- 
ington, James Hodges, Parrott Hardy, 

Forbush, John A. Parrott, Lam 

Aldredge R. W. King, Stephen Miller. 
Fed Taylor, Mr. Askew, Lam Mewborn, 
Dr. Jacob Hartsfield, Alfred Moore, Need- 
ham Moore, Einstmz ; Anthony Davis, 
Oliver Herring, Henry Cuninggim, John 
Cuninggim, Nathan Hill, Jesse Kinsey. 
Lewis Kilpatrick, Wm. Pittman, Pink Hill; 

Spkface — Level, Sandy loam, generally 
rich — very productive when well drained. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Sweet potatoes 
and Live Stock. 



MACON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 6,004. 

County Seat — Franklin. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Com't.W. N. Allman. 
Coroner A. W. Bell. 



Commissioners: 



Entry Taker 

Register of Deeds. 

Surveyor 

Sheriff. 

Solicitor 12th Lis. . 
Standard Keeper.. 
Treasurer 



f John Ammons, oh., 

1 Alfred Hall, 

\ James Bryan. 

I E. Howard. 

i J. R. Ammons. 
, . . J. D. Franks. 
,..R. C. Slagle. 
,..T. S. Siler. 
..James Consler. 
. .R. M. Henry. 



.William Sloan. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Asbury, Franklin, T. P. Glenn, Meth 
Buck Creek, Franklin, T. F. Glenn, Meth 

Bethel, Franklin, T. F. Glenn, Meth 

Cowee, Franklin, T. F, Glenn, Meth 

Clark Chapel, Franklin, T. F. Glenn, Meth 

Franklin, Franklin, T. F. Glenn, Meth 

lola, Franklin, T. F. Glenn, Meth 

Mt. Zion, Franklin, T. F. Glenn, Meth 

Shepherd's, Franklin, T. F. Glenn, Meth 

Tesentry, Franklin, T. F. Glenn, Meth 

Talequasb, Franklin, T. F. Glenn, Meth 

Union, Franklin, T. F. Glenn, Meth 



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MACON. 



Watauga, Franklin, T. F. Glenn, Meth 
Alaska, Franklin, R. M. Roberts, Bap 
Buck Creek, Franklin, Wm. Rica, Bap 
Brush Creek, Franklin, A.. Amnions, Bap 
Burningtown, Franklin, N. Rickman, Bap 
Cowee, Franklin, M. Rickman, Bap 

Cold Sprins, Franklin, A. Aramons, Bap 
Coweeta, Franklin, T. J. Martin, Bap 

Cartoogechaye, Franklin, Mark May, Bap 
Ellijay, Franklin, Young Ammons, Bap 
Sugar Fork, Franklin, T. J. Marlin, Bap 
Franklin, Franklin, Joshua Ammons, Bap 
Nantihalie, ., Mark May, Bap 

HOTEL. 
Hotel, Franklin, N. G. Allman. 

LAWYERS. 

Davidson A. T., Franklin, — removed to 

Asheville, 
Henry R. M., Franklin, (Solicitor 12tb 

District,) 
Love W. L., Franklin, 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Blacksmithing, Franklin, Eli Myers, 
Wagonmaking, Franklin, R. C. Slagle, 
Cabinet, Franklin, F. Poindexter. 
Cabinet, Franklin, S. A. Bell, 
Carpentering, Franklin, R. A. Woods, 
Carpentering, Franklin, H. H. Ray, 
Tannery, Franklin, T. P. Siler, 
Tannery, Franklin, C. M. McLoud, 
Tannery, Franklin, John Cunningham, 
Shoes & Boots, Franklin, J. A. Baldwin, 
Shoes & Boots, Franklin, S. R. Slagle, 
Shoes & Boots, Franklin, H. M. Crisp. 

MERCHANTS. 

Addington W. M., Franklin, G S 

Allman N. G., Franklin, G S 

Gaston P. C, Franklin, G S 

Johnson Jackson, Franklin, G S 

Smith C. D., Franklin, G S 

Siler T. P., Franklin. G S 

MINISTERS. 

Moore E. W., Franklin, (P. E.) Meth 

McDowell John, Franklin, (Local) Meth 

McCIuse Reuben. Franklin, (Local) Meth 

Smith C. D., Franklin, (Local) Meth 

Siler L. F., Franklin, (Local) Meth 

Wild B. G., Franklin, (Local) Meth 

Glenn T. F., Franklin, Meth 

Aramons J. R., Franklin, Bap 

Ammons Joshua, Franklin, Bap 

Ammons Allen, Franklin, Bap 



Ammons Young, Franklin, Bap 

Deweese William, Franklin, Bap 

Gibson Samuel, Franklin, Bap 

Justice A. A., Franklin, Bap 

May Mark, Aquone, Bap 

Rickman Merit, Franklin, Bap 

Sheets David, Franklin, Bap 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Flour & Grist, Franklin, J. R. Siler, 
Flour & Grist, Franklin, D. Malonce, 
Flour & Grist, Franklin, D. W. Mashburn, 
Flour and Grist, Franklin, Wm. West, 
Flour and Grist, Franklin, Chas. Hayes, 
Flour and Grist, Franklin, W. H. Higden, 
A number of Corn and Saw Mills not re- 
ported. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Boll A. W., Franklin, Dentist 

McDowell J. M., Franklin, 

Moore B. W., Franklin, 

Mase J. M., Franklin, 

Rush G. N., Franklin, 

Lyle J. M., Franklin. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Aquone, Miss Louisa Roland, 
Franklin, Andrew McConnell. 

SCHOOLS. 

Tuckasiege, High School, (Bap.) R. A. 

Dabney, 
Union High School, Franklin, J. Hood, 
Academy, Franklin, L. F. Siler. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

E. Morrow, A. Hall, D. Mallonce, Wm. 
West, C. Janders, J. D. Franks, Charles 
Hayes, W. M. Penland, Wm. Angel, J. W. 
Dobson, A. J. Patton, John Siler, A. Con- 
ly, Geo. Wikle, T. H. Addington, Geo. 

C. Sellers, John L. Jacobs, John H. Led- 
ford, J. K. Gray, W. H. Higden, A. J. 
Moore, R. A. Phillips, John Ingram, Wm. 
Sloan, jr., E. Dowdle, Chas. M. Angel, 
John D. Harp, N. S. Jarrett, J. M. Lyle, 
H. Parrish, C. D. Smith, J. G. Crawford, 

D. C. Harden, J. Ford, D. McCoy, W. E. 
McDowell, B. W. Moore, G. W. Rash, L. 
Howard, S. G. Conly, J. G. Gray, D. J. 
Meadows, Albert Siler, J. N. Roore, N. 
N. J. Morgan. J. J. Welch, James Bryson, 
J. L. Moore, Willis Gray, 0. J. Rogers, 
D. W. Mashburn, John Ammons, J. L. 
Robinson, Franklin. 



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MADISON 



Surface. — Moderately uneven, with oc- 
casional Mountains ; water power splendid, 
scenery flue — watered by the Tennessee 
River. 

Staples. — Wheat, Corn, Oats and Me- 
dicinal Herbs — also Live Stock. 



MADISON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 5,908. 

County Seat — Marshall. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. .3. J. Gudger. 
Coroner D. E. Freeman, 



Commissioners. 



Register of Deeds . . 

Surveyor 

Sheriff 

Standard Keeper . . 
Solicitor Wth List. 
Treasurer 



'T. J.Rollins, ch., 
Thos. Tillery, 
G. M. McDowell, 
W. R. Trull, 

.J. G. Briggs. 

. C. A. Nichols. 
.R. B. Justus. 
.A. S. Tweed. 



.Virgil S. Luske. 
.John Chandler. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bull Creek, Marshall, S. R. Wild, 

Baire Creek. Marshall, , 

East Fork, Marshall, , 

Fork of Ivy, Marshall, , 

Little Ivy, Marshall, 



Middle Fork of Ivy, Marshall, 

Marsh Hill, Marshall, , 

Marshall, Marshall, 



Pine Creek, Marshall, , 

Ppring Creek, Marshall, 

Sandy Mush, Marshall, 

West Fork, Marshall, , 

Marshall. Mai shall, Joseph Eller, 



Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 



Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 



Marshall, Marshall, 



Prot. Meth 
Meth 



HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel, Marshall, T. J. Rollins & Son 
Hotel, Marshall, Henry House, 
Hotel, Warm Springs, James Rambeau, 
Boarding House, Marshall, M. E. Roberson 

LAWYERS. 
McElroy J. S., Ivey. 



MERCHANTS. 

Eure & Everett, Holly Grove, G S 

Baird, Rollins & Co., Marshall, G S 

Darden Robert M., Hollv Grove, G S 

Bord (H. A.) & Co., Holly Grove, G S 

Smith (L. H.,) & Co., Ivey, G S 

Nichols & Burnett, Marshall, G S 
Rumbaugh J. H., Warm Spr'gs, Speculator 

MINISTERS. 



Briggs Wm. K., Marshall, 


Bap 


Branson L. L., Mar.shall, 


Bap 


Deweese Levi, Marshall, 


Bap 


Midoalf Jo., Marshall, 


Bap 


Rollins P., Marshall, 


Bap 


Rollins T. J., Marshall, 


Bap 


Ramsey G., Marshall, 


Bap 


Ramsey W., Marshall, 


Bap 


Ramsey John, Marshall, Free 


Will Bap 


Bogham J,, Marshall, 


Meth 


McMahen James, Marshall, 


Meth 



Copper, — 
eration. 

Copper, — 
eration. 



[MINES. 
-, P. Freeman, (not in op- 
-, T. T. Sawyer, (not in op- 



Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 



S. G. Bridgman, 
James McHew, 
J. J. Gudger, 
Job Ramsey, 
Reuben Lisenbee. 



PHYSICIANS. 



James A. B., Marshall, 
Wallin J., Marshall. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Bone Camp, John Edmondson, 
Cross Rock, Miss J. E. Reaves, 
Holly Grove, F. M. Lawson, 
Ivy, Joseph E. Knapp, 
Marshall, T. J. Rollins, 
Spring Creek, Mrs. S. B. Hipp, 
Rayesville, W. C. Fisher, 
White Rock, A. G. Tweed, 
Warm Springs, A. J. Andrews. 

SCHOOLS. 

Academy, Marshall, Mrs. Hill, 

PROMINENT FARMERS, 

J. J. Gudger, R. Farnesworth, James 
Ramsey, H. A. Barnett, D. Freeman, N. 



Branson's Patent, LuduH Mnndl,or "GeograpMcal Game,' 

EALEIGH, N. C, 



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MARTIN. 



H. Roberts, B. F. West, Z. Bryant, P. 
Rollins. Dr. Wallin, Marshall ; B. F. Law- 
son, James Rumbough, George Askew, 
Holly Grove ; L. Palmer, John Chambers, 
T. S. Deawer, £one Camp ; John Briggs, 
B. F. Cox, Ivtj ; Col. Wilds, Marshall; 
John Chandler, Reuben Tweed, A. Tweed, 
White Hock; W. Trullo, Little Sandy Mush. 

Surface. — Mountainous, with rich val- 
leys interspersed ; watered by the French 
Broad — Scenery unsurpassed for beauty 
and grandeur. 

Staples. — Wheat, Corn, Butter, Medic- 
inal Herbs, Grass and Live Stock. 



MAETIN COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 10,195 

County Seat — Williamston. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. .Joseph M. Siterson. 

Coroner Jas. H. Ellison. 

'A. C. Wentz Ch., 
F. G. Martindale, 

Commissioners: \ H. J. Modlin, 

Jas. L. Hardison, 
^Bryant Bennett. 

Register of Deeds Wm. C. Eborn, 

Sheriff R. B. Salisbury, 

Surveyor Jas. E. Moore, 

Solicitor 4<h Bis John A. Richardson, 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer John Watts. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Baregrass, Williamston, Wm. Whit- 

aker, Prim. Bap 

Conaho, Williamston, — 



Flat Swamp, Williamston, 



Prim. Bap 

Prim. Bap 
Picot, Jamesville, Clayton Moore, 

Prim. Bap 
Smithwicks Creek, Williamston, 

Wm. Whitaker, Prim. Bap 

Skewarkey, Williamston, C. B. 

Hassell, Prim. Bap 
Cedar Branch, Jamesville, 

, Meth 

Hamilton, Hamilton, W. H. Wheeler, Meth 
Holly Springs, Williamston, W. H. 

Wheeler, Meth 

Taylor's Chapel, Jamesville, W. H. 

Wheeler, Meth 

Williams' Chapel, Hamilton, W. H. 

Wheeler, Meth 



Williamston, Williamston, W. H. 

Wheeler, Meth 

Taylor Chapel, Jamesville, J. J. 

Coltrane, Chris 

Poplar Branch, Jamesville, J. J. 

Coltrane, Chris 

Free Union, Ja'sville, H. Gurganus, Chris 
St. , Williamston , Epis 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Campbell House, Williamston, Wm. B. 
Campbell, 

Planter's Hotel, Williamston, J. M. Sit- 
erson. 

Jamesville Hotel, Jamesville, H. S. 
Cooper, 

Hotel, Hamilton, . 

LAWYERS. 

Eborn W. C, Hamilton, 

Gregory, G. N. C, Hamilton, 

Martin Joseph J., Williamston, 

Stubbs J. R., Williamston, 

Watts S. W. Williamston, (Judge S. C.) 

Williams A. S., Williamston, 

Waldo Joseph T. Hamilton. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Coaches, Williamston, J. B. Peal, 
Lumber, Williamston, Rhodes & Bro., 
Harness Williamston, James Tucker, 
Lumber, Hamilton, Francis A. Boyle, 
Lumber, Jamesville, E. H. Bailey, 
Saddle & Harness, Williamston, Arthur, 

Anderson, 
Lumber, Jamesville, Martindale, Cruxton 

«&. Co., 

Blacksmith, Williamston, Hat^on, 

Coaches, Williamston, Jas. H. Ellington. 

MERCHANTS. 

Anderson Arthur Williamston, 

Saddle & Harness 

Cooper W. J., Jamesville, Grocer 
Carstarphen Wm. H., Williamston, G S 

Ewell & Shaw, Williamston, G S 

Hassell C. B., Williamson, G S 

Jones & Thompson, Hamilton, G S 

Lanier John R., WilHamston, G S 

Mizell Anson J., Williamston, G S 

Lamb Wilson S., Williamston, G S 

Lickman Andrew, Williamston, Grocer 

Bailey E. H., Jamesville, Lumber 

Bunds Geo. M., Jamesville, G S 

Boyle Francis A., Hamilton, Lumber 

Graves Jas. D., Hamilton, G S 

Mizell H. W., Jamesville, G S 

Mizell John R., Jamesville, G S 

Peal J. B., Williamston, Coaches 



Ludus MiiiHli, or " Geographical Game," Patent^ 

L. BEAI-ISON, RALEIGE, N. 0. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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McDowell. 



Price E. G., Hamilton, G S 

Purvis Wm. W., Williamston, G S 

Rhodes & Bro., Williamston, Lumber 

Robeson & Bro., Williamston, Grocer 

Robeson Henry D., Williamston, G S 

Slade & Biggs, Williamston, G S 

Sebrell N. H., Hamilton, G S 

Weathersbee R. E., Hamilton, G S 

Waldo & Grafton, Hamilton, T, S 

Crookston A. A., Jamesville, G S 

Tucker Jas., Williamston, Harness 

Tucker John H., Williamston, G S 
Whitaker Mrs. D. B., Williamston, Miliner 

Howell John W., Hamilton, G S 

Mayo B. C, Hamilton, G S 

Tyler «fe Gregory, Roanoke, G S 

Ellison Jas. H., Williamston, Carriages 

MINISTERS. 

Gray Wm., Jamesville, Prim. Bap 

Moore Clayton, Jamesville, Prim. Bap 
Peal Elder Henry, Williamston, Prim. Bap 
Purvis Elder J. W., Hamilton, Prim. Bap 
Rogerson Elder L, Williamston, Prim. Bap 
Carson R. I., Hamilton, (Local,) Meth 
Short J. S., Williamston, (Local,) Meth 
Smith Dr. J. J., Jamesville, (Local,) Meth 
Wheeler Wm. H., Williamston, Meth 

Coltrane J, J., Jamesville, Chris 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Williamston, estate of W. R. W. 

Sherrod, 
Grist, Williamston, Elisha Everett, 
Grist, Williamston, Ewall & Rawls, 

Grist, Williamston, Leggett, 

Grist, Williamston, Geo. Britton, 

Grist, Williamston, Woolard, 

Grist, Williamston, Ward, 

Grist, Williamston, Coltrane & Hardison, 
Steam Grist, Williamston, Jno. T. Hyman, 
Steam Saw and Grist, Jamesville, W. C. 

Lightfoot, 
Steam, Jamesville, E. H. Bailey, 
Steam Saw, Hamilton, Francis A. Boyle, 
Steam Saw, Williamston, Rhodes & Bro. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Coke L. C, Hamilton, 
Halsey R. S., Williamston, 
Pugh Thomas C, Williamston, 
Sherrod John W., Hamilton, 
Teal James L., Williamston, 
Watts Wm. W., Hamilton, 
Yates L. S., Wilhamston, 
Smith J. J., Jamesville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Williamston, Alex. Jackson, 
Jamesville, E. H. Bailey, 



Hamilton, W. W. Gardner, 
Roanoke, . 

SCHOOLS. 



Williamston Academy, 
Jamesville Academy, — 
Hamilton School, 



Johnson, 



PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Clayton Moore, H. N. Waters, Harman 
Lilly, Joel Smithwick, Joshua Griffin, 
Horace Gerkin, W. Gray, Geo. M. Burnes, 
J. J. Coltrane, Alfred Mannmg, Eli Robin- 
son, Jamesville ; J. J. Briggs, John W. 
Watts, John Knight, Dr. Love, S. Yates, 
Henry Biggs, Anson J. Mizzell, William- 
ston ; Thos. Jones, W. C. Eborn, Kinchen 
Taylor, Lewis Thompson, Hamilton. 

Surface. — Low, marshy ; lies on the 
south side of Roanoke River, and is gen- 
erally rich and very productive when well 
drained. 

Stapes. — Cotton, Corn, Shingles, Lum- 
ber, Naval Stores and Fish. 



McDowell county. 

Population in 1860 7,120. 

County Seat — Marion. 

COCFNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. .D. 0. H. W. Gillespie. 

Cm-oner Dr. W. Jimmerson. 

John Ross, Cb., 
Jos. Ledbetter, 

Commissioners •{ J. W. McCall, 

J. J. Falkuer, 
J. C. Evans. 

Register of Deeds Josiah Wiseman. 

Sherif J. J. Bradley. 

Surveyor B. W. Craig. 

Solicitor 10th Bis W. P. Caldwell. 

Sta7idard Keeper — Riddix. 

Treasurer J. H. Duncan. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Marion, Marion, Carter, Meth 

Crooked Creek, Marion, T. Dawson, Meth 
Bethel, Marion, Thos. Dawson, Meth 

Hominy Grove, Marion, T. Dawson, Meth 
Thompson's Chapel, Marion, T. Daw- 
son, Meth 
Murphy's Chapel, Marion, Thos. 

Dawson, Meth 

Long Hollow, Marion, Wilkins, Bap 

Marion, Marion, Wm. C. Greyson, Bap 



JOHN ARMSTRONG, Book Binder, 

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MECKLENBURG. 



HOTELS. 
Marion Hotel, W. M. Keyson. 

LAWYERS. 

Fleming W. Wood, Marion, 
Erwin A. M., Marion, 
Fleming Woodward, Marion, 
Wilson Daniel, Marion. 

MERCHANTS. 

Chapman & Hilton, Marion. 
Clayton (M. R.) & Co., Marion, 
Burgin (Robt.) & Carson (John) 

Old Fort, 
Bright John, Dysartville, 

Davidson , Old Fork, 

Fleming (W.) & McKesson, Marion, 
Morris & Freeman, Bracket Town, 
Gunlee (Thos. & Jas"), Marion, 
Higgins Wm., Marion, 
Morris Elijah, Sugar Hill ond Old Fort GS 
Neal (S. J. & James,) Marion, G S 

Patton John C, Marion, G 8 

Chenck, Williamson & Co.. Dysartville, G S 



GS 


GS 


GS 


G S 


GS 


G S 


GS 


G S 


Drugs 



Chun , Marion, 


GS 


Neal Joseph, Marion, 


GS 


Chambers & Avery, Marion, 


GS 


Neal Jasper, Marion, 


Leather 


Carson John & Co., Marion, 


GS 


Higgins Mills, Marion, 


Trader 


Patton & Clayton, Marion, 


GS 


Rankin James B., Marion, 


GS 


Young & Fleming, Marion, 


GS 


MINISTERS. 





Bap 



Greyson Joseph, Cross Roads, 
Solomon Zachariah, Black Moun- 
tain, Free Will Bap 

Carter , Marion, (Local) Meth 

Dawson , Marion, (Local) Meth 

MINES. 



Gold Mine, Dysartville, — 
Gold Mine, Jonestown. — 
Gold Mine, Brackettown, 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Merchant Flour, Marion, Mrs. Carson, 

Merchant Flour, Old Fort, Davidson, 

Merchant Flour, Dysartville, Mills Hig- 
gins, 
Merchant Flour, Marion, Jos. Hunter, 
Grist Mill, Stone Mountain, W. A. B. 
Murphy. 



PHYSICIANS. 

Higgins Wm., Marion, 
Gilkey J. B., Marion, 

Liester , Marion, 

McCoy , Old Fort, 

Nodlett W. B., Black Mountain, 

Reed , Pleasant Retreat, 

Gilbert , Marion, 

Young John, Dysartville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Black Mountain, James F. Millis, 
Marion, Wm. S. Carson, 
Dysortville, ElizabetL Dysort, 
Pleasant Grove, Lemuell Pledgett, 
North Cove, Robert McCall, 
Turkey Cove, John G. Yancey. 

SCHOOLS. 
Marion Academy, Marion, 



Drysortville Female School, Drysortville. 

Surface. — The out edges mountainous 
the central part moderately hilly and 
watered by the head branches of the Ca- 
tawba River, forming many beautiful and 
rich lowlands — scenery enchanting. 

Staples. — Wheat, Corn, Butter, Medic- 
inal Herbs and Live Stock. 



MEOKLENBURa COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 17,374. 

County Seat — Charlotte. 

Population in 1860, 3,000. 

Population in 1869, 6,000. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Courts. A. Osborne. 
Coroner W. P. Little. 

fR. R. Oats, ch., 
I S. M. Reid, 

Commissioners -j R. R. King, 

I R. L. Dearmond, 
L Thos. L. Vail. 

Eegister of Deeds F. M. Ross. 

Sheriff R. M. White. 

Surveyor T. B. Brice. 

Solicitor O^h Bis W. P. Bynum. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer S. E. Belk. 



JOHM ARMSTRONG, Blank Book Manufacturer, 

RALEIGH, N. O. (See' advertising page.) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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MECKLENBURG. 



CITY OFFICERS— Charlotte. 

Mayor C. Dowd. 

'J. A. Young, 
Jonas Rudisill, 
J. A. Earnshaw, 
A. W. Gray, 
R. McDonald, 
H. G. Springs, 
S. W. Davis, 
John Treloar, 
A. H. Creswell, 
Wm. Maxwell, 
Jas. Harty, 
J. Y. Bryce. 

Clerk ^ Treasurer, ... A. Burwell. 

City Constable, J. J. Sims. 

Cot. Weigh. ^ Inspec.,.CYi&s. H. Elms. 



Commissioners 



Auctioneers, , 



Policemen, . 



M. L. Wriston & Co., 

P. J. Sinclari, 

H. .J Walker, 
I Chas. F. Harris, 
y S. A. Harris. 

f L. A. Blackwelder, Chief, 

Thos. Harkey, 

James Orr, 

G. W. McManus, 

William Taylor, 

Robt. Howie, 

M. Harkey, 

Mike Haley, 
,S. N. Jamison. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



St. Peters, Charlotte, B. S. Bronson, Epis 
St. Peters, Charlotte, L. P. O'Con- 

nell, Cath 

Church, Charlotte, A. W. Mil- 
ler, D. D., Pres 

Bethel, , E. F. Rockwell, Pres 

Davidson College, Davidson Col., 

William Pharr, Pres 

Hopewell, , Sam'l.BC. Pharr, Pres 

Philadelphia,, W. McDonald, Pres 

Providence, , R. Z. Johnston, Pres 

Sugar Creek, , G. D. Parks, Pres 

Steel Creek, , John Douglass, Pres 

Tryon Street, Charlotte, E J. Mey- 

nardie, Meth 

Calvary Mission, Charlotte, W. S. 

Haltom, Meth 

Alexandria, , John Swain, Meth 

Davidson College, Davidson College, 

J. J. Prather, Meth 

Church, Charlotte, R. H. Griffith, Bap 
Church, Charlotte, John Aldrich, Luth 

Gilliade, , R. S. Ransom, Asso. Ref 

Steel Cr'k, , J. C. Chalmers, Asso. Ref 

Church, Charlotte, Jno. Hunter, Asso. Ref 



Sardis, , Jno. Hunter, Asso. Ref 

Harrisburg, , I. G. McLaugh- 
lin, Asso. Ref 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Charlotte Hotel, Charlotte, Mathews & 

Steegal, 
Exchange Hotel, Charlotte, Mrs. Wm. B. 

Rowe, 
Farmer s Hotel, Charlotte, Wm. Rich, 
Mansion House, Charlotte, W. P. Moore, 
Trotter House, Charlotte, Joshua Trotter, 
Board'g House, Charlotte, Mrs. J. Gillson, 
Boarding House, Davidson College, Mrs. 

Laura McCauley, 

LAWYERS. 

Burwell (A.) & Grier, (C.) Charlotte,! 
De WolfF. S., Charlotte, 
Davis S. W., Charlotte, 
Davidson Wm. F., Charlotte, 
Hutchison & Brown, Charlotte, 
Osborne (E. A.) & Barriuger, (R.) Char- 
lotte, 
Osborne R. D., Charlotte, 
Jones & Johnston, Charlotte, 
Smith Sam'l P., Charlotte, 
Shipp W. M., Charlotte, 
Vance (Z. B.) & Dowd, (C.) Charlotte, 
Wilson J. H., Charlotte, 
Waring R. P., Charlotte. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Rock Island Woolen Mills, Charlotte, 

Young, Wriston & Earnshaw, 
Foundry & Machine Shop, Charlotte, 

John Wilkes, 
Foundry and Machine Shop, Charlotte, 

Tatem, Sykes & Co., 
Carriage Shop, Charlotte, J. Trotter, 
Steam work Shop, Charlotte, Barnhardt 

& Co., 
Marble Cutting, Charlotte, S. C. Robertson, 
Marble Cutting, Charlotte, Tiddy «fc Mc- 
Coy, 
Marble Cutting, Charlotte, F. A. McNinch, 
Furniture &c , Charlotte, R. F. Davidson, 
Carriage Shop, Charlotte, Ch's. Wilson, 
Carriage Shop, Charlotte, A. H. Creswell, 
Saddle and Harness, Charlotte, R. Shaw 

& Son, 
Boots and Shoes, Charlotte, E. H. White 
Boots and Shoes, Charlotte, C. Rodiger, 
Boots and Shoes, Charlotte, T. A. Hannan, 
Boots and Shoes, Charlotte, C. F. Austin, 
Cigars, Charlotte, Tho's. Kenny, 
Distillery Spirits, Charlotte, Groote, Kuck 

&Co., 
Plows &c., Charlotte, Cook & Ellyson, 



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MECKLENBUEG. 



MECKLENBURG. 



Lumber, Davidson College, McNeely & 
McCoy, 

Manufacturing Co., Charlotte, P. P. Zim- 
merman Agt., 

Agiicultural Implements, Charlotte, Cook 
&, Ellyson, 

Tannery, Charlotte, P. M. Brown, 

Carriages, Davidson College, R. A. Brady, 

MERCHANTS AND TRADESMAN. 

IN CHARLOTTE. 

Allen & Gregory, Architects 

Alexander C. W., 

W. M. Excelsior Lodge No. 261 
Asbery & Rudisill, Contractors and 

Builders, 
Alien Jas. E., Contractor and Builder, 
Austin C. F., Boot and Shoe Maker 

Asher & Myers, Dry Goods 

Alexander M. W., Groceries 

Aldrich N., Ed. Evangelical Lutheran 
Alexander J. F., Bar Room and Res 

Britton J. E., Job Printer 

Bryant & Co., Rar Boom and Restaurant 
Austin L F., Family Grocer 

Bethel Jerry, Barber 

Bissell E. H., Mineralogist 

Boone T. A., W. and Ret. Boots and Shoes 
Brem, Brown & Co., W. and R. Hardware 
Brem, Brown & Co., W.and R. Dry Goods 
Buxbaum & Lang, Dry Goods 

Bloom D., Dry Goods 

Barringer, Wolf & Co., Dry Goods 

Black W. J., Heavy Groceries 

Biggard James, Stone Mason 

Berry hill A., Heavy Groceries 

Earnhardt & Co., 

North State Washing Machine 
Byerly D. H., Stoves and Tin Dealers 

Butt J. N., Drugs 

Butt C. N. G., Teller City Bank, Charlotte, 
Bradshaw Ch's. E., Fire and Life Ins. Agt 
Bryce (J. Y.) & Co., Cotton Buyers andG S 
Butler John T., Jeweler and Watchmaker 
Britton J. W., Jeweler and Watchmaker 
Broadaway J. S., Photographer 

Bauragarten H., Photographer 

Caldwell & Brenizer, 

Fire and Life Insurance Agents 
Coit & Sims, Cotton Buyers and G S 

Creswell A. H., Carriages 

Cook & Ellyson, Dealers in Plows &c 
Carson & Qrier, Heavy Groceries 

Cormac John, Plasterer 

Cook & Eagle, Butchers 

Cochrane W. R., Bar Room and Restaurant 
Cross George, Bar Room and Restaurant 
Davis T. W., Jeweler and Watchmaker 
Dewey (F. W.) <fe Co., Bankers 

Davidson R. F., Furniture 

Duls & Hilker, Groceries 



Dunn Wm., Bar Room and Restaurant 
Dewey Frank, Teller T. W. Dewey & Co 
Elias & Cohen, Dry Goods 

Elliot J. C, Sec. Phalanx Lodge No. 31 
Eagle J. C, Plasterer 

Fmanuel H. & B., W. & Ret. Dry Goods 
Frankenthall & Bro., Dry Goods 

Frazier, Scarlett & Co., Heavy Groceries 
Grimes R., Contractor and Builder 

Gray (N.) & Sterling (J. W.) Grocers 

Grose (S.) & Co., Heavy Groceries 

Gregory W. W., Heavy Groceries 

Gilford T., Heavy Groceries 

Grier (W. W.) & Co., Heavy Groceries 
Gregg Richard, Gunsmith 

Gillespie D. A., Bar Room and Restaurant 
Groot, Kuck & Co., Whiskey Distillers 
Guion & Gray, Barbers 

Hutchison, Burroughs & Co., 

File and Life Ins. Agts. and Com. Mer 
Hales A., Jeweler and Watchmaker 

Hales J. J., Confectioner 

HartW. W., Confectioner 

Haltom & Gray, Confectioners 

Hill W. P., South. Ex. Go's. Agent 

Hill Gen. D. H., Editor Land We Love 
Harty James, Crockery 

Heckocher J. K., Dry Goods 

Hammond & McLaughlin, 

Wholesale & Retail Grocers 
Henderson James H., Dry Goods 

Hannan William, Retail Grocer 

Jones I. W., Assayer U. S. Mint 

Hannan T. A., Boot and Shoemaker 

Johnson Wm., Dry Goods 

Hart W, W., Bar Room and Restaurant 
Johnson Burr Butcher 

Kenny Thomas, Cigars 

Johnston Theophilus, Painter 

Kinzil & Johnston, Bar Room and Res 
Kuck (J.) & Co., Grocers 

Koopman B., Dry Goods 

Killiam & Erwin, Cont'rs. and Builders 
Killgore & Curetan, Drugs 

King G. H., Telegraph Operator 

Lowingard E., Dry Goods 

Lowe & Blakely, Dry Good 

Lawrence & Hewite, Painters 

McAllister H. B., Grocer 

MeDtsnald E., A^^t. Concord Cot. mills 
Morrison R., Bar Room and Restaurant 
Madden Edward, Brick Mason 

McMurray, Davis & Co., 

Dry Goods and Com. Mer 
Means (J. S.) & Son, Heavy Groceries 
McGinn & Brother. Heavy Groceries 

McCarley Wm., Merchant Tailor 

Miller (R. M.) & Black (W. J.,) 

Heavy Groceries 
McNinch F. A., Marble Dealer 

McAden R. Y., Pres. 1st Nat. Bank, Char 
Meacham S. B., 

Wholesale and Retail Boots and Shoes 



JOHN AHMSTROKG, Book Binder, 

RALEIGH, N. O. (See advertising page.) 



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MECKLENBURG. 



Nims P. E., Confectioner 

McAden John H., Drugs 

Nesbit & Maxwell, Confectioners 

Oats (R. M.) & Co., Cot. Buyers and G S 
Oats (Walter) Rrem & Co., Hardware 
Orment M S., Goocer 

riatt James, Grocer 

Palmer J. D., Bar Room and Restaurant 
Pritchard H. M., Editor Republican 

Phelps H. M., Dry Goods 

Phillips (J. S.) & Co., Merchant Tailors 
Pritchard H. M., Agent N. C. R. R 

Presson B. M., Grocer 

Pegram WiUiam, Agent C. & S. C. R. R 
Pbeian John, General Business A^ent 
Prather J. N., Confectioner 

Query C. M., Dry Goods 

Rodiger C, Boot and Shoemaker 

Eiglel- & Horah, Bar Room and Res 

Roessler J., W. M. Phalanx Lodge, No. 31 
Robinson S. W.. Plasterer 

Roessler (J.) & Co., Dry Goods 

Reid Mrs. M., MiJinery 

Riddle S. L., Teller 1st Nat. Bank, Char 
Robertson S. C, Marble Dealer 

Rudisill Jonas, Contractor and Builder 
Rigler D. M., Confectioner 

Shaw (R.) & Son, Saddles and Harness 
Sinclair A., Wh'lesale and Ret. Dry Goods 
Suggs & Timmons, Bar Room and Res 
Squires F. M., Bar Room and Restaurant 
Schillinger Frank, Baker 

Spaw & Turner, Barbers 

Sinclair P., Blacksmith 

Btenhouse, Macaulay & Co., 

Heavy Groceries 
Stenhouse, Macaulay & Co., 

Cotton Buyers and G S 
(Also at 109 Pearl St., N. Y.) 
Shelton F. M., Furniture 

Smith (B. R., jr.,) & Co. (S. P.,) 

Wholesale and Ret. Boots and Shoes 
Smith & Brem, Drugs 

Scarr F., Drugs 

Tatum H. W., Blacksmith 

Taylor (A. A. & N. M.) & Duncan, 

(J., Jr.,) Hardware 

Tiddy & McCoy, Marble Dealers 

Trotter J., Carriages 

Taylor & Allison, Cont'rs and Builders 
Tatum, Sykes & Co., 

Foundry and Machine Shop 
Tiddy (T. H.) & Brother, (R. N.,) 

Books and Stationery 
Utley Grey, Patentee of useful Inventions 
Vogle & White, Butchers 

Vogle J., Merchant Tailor 

White E. H., Boots and Shoes 

Waring R. P., Editor Daily Times 

WittKowsky & Rintles, 

Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods 
Walker J. H., Family Grocer 

Williams Miss E., Miliner 



Wilson Miss L. Miliner 

Wadsworth John W., Livery Stables 

Wilson Charles, Carriages 

Wiley & Gaston, Stoves and Tinware 

Williams W. A., Cash. City B'k of Char 
Whisnant P. S., Ag't W. C. & R. R. R 
Williams W. A., Ag't Fire and Life Ins 
Wriston (M. L.) & Co., Com. Merchants 
Wadle & Gunnels, Books and Stationery 
Wikes John, Foundry and Machine Shop 
Young, Wilkes & Earnshaw, 

Rock Island Woolen Goods 
Yates W. J., Editor Western Democrat 

DAVIDSON COLLEGE. 



Hastings Wm. C, 
Helper (H. P.) & Sloan, 
Andrews James, 
Withers & Sample, 


GS 

Drugs 
GS 
Q8 


PINEVILLE. 




Crowell W. S., 
Harris W. S., 
Porter & Archibald, 
Russell W. D., 
Youuts (E. G.) & Son, 


Grocer 

Liquors 

GS 

GS 

GS 


BANALEBUBG. 




Hart M. N. & D. H., 


GS 


8TEEL CBEEK. 





Gallant (John F.) & Grier, G S 

Neal W. H., Manufacturer 

MINISTERS, 

Anderson J. M., Davidson College, Pres 

Alexander S. C, Charlotte, Pres 

Davis Thos. E., Davidson College, Pres 

Douglass John, White Hall, Pres 

Johnson R. B., Providence, Pres 

Burwell R., Charlotte, Pres 
McPhail D. D. Geo. W., Davidson 

College, Pres 

Miller A. W., Charlotte, Pres 

Miller W. L., Charlotte, Pres 

McDonald William, Philadelphia, Pres 

Parks G. D., Sugar Creek, Pres 

Pharr William, Davidson College, Pres 

Pharr Sam'l C, Davidson College, Pres 

Sinclair J. C, Charlotte, Pres 

Sinclair A., Charlotte, Pres 

Bronson B. S., Charlotte, Epis 
O'Connell L. P., Charlotte, Catholic 

Meynardie E. J., Charlotte, Meth 

Haltom W. S., Charlotte, (Local) Meth 

Butt John F., Charlotte, (Local) Meth 

Prather J. J., Davidson Col., (Local) Meth 

Swain John, Alexandriana, (Local) Meth 

Kerr Wm. N., Martindale, (Local) Meth 

Griffith R. H., Charlotte, Bap 

Aldrich John Charlotte, Luth 
Ransom R. S., Charlotte, Asso. Ref 



£MP1R£ Sewing Machine Co., 2d4, Bowery, K. Y. 

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MECKLENBURG. 



Hunter John, Charlotte, Asso. Ref 

McLaughlin J. H., Hanisburg, Asso. Ref 

MINES. 

Ferris Mine 5 miles from Charlotte, 
Means Mine 5 miles from Charlotte, 
Premium Mine, 7 miles from Charlote, F. 

J. Faulkner, President and James M. 

iSimons Secretary. 
Rudisill Hill Gold Mine, 1 mile from Char. 
Capp's Hill Gold Mine, 5 miles from Char. 
McGinn Gold and Copper Mine, 6 miles 

from Charlotte, 
Kearn's Copper Mine, 10 miles from Char. 
Alexander Gold Mine, 6 miles from Char. 
Wallace Gold Mine, 8 m's from Charlotee, 
Rea Gold Mine, 8 miles from Charlotte, 
Grier Gold Mine, 12 miles from Charlotte, 
Carson Gold Mine, 2 miles from Charlotte, 
Trotten Gold Mine, 4 miles from Charlotte, 
Cathey Gold Mine, 10 m's from Charlotte, 
Taylor Gold Mine, 3 miles from Chaalotte, 
Icehower Gold Mine, 3 m's from Charlotte. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Corn, Charlotte, Duls & Hilker, 
Flour, Charlotte, T. H. Maxwell, 
Lumber, Charlotte, R. B. Wallace, 
Mei-ch't Fl'r, Charlotte, Parks & Wallace, 
Merch't Flour, Pineville, M. L. Wallace, 
Merchant Flour, Charlotte, Dr. C. J. Fox, 
Flour. Davidson Col, Johnston & Withers, 
Lumber, Davidson Col. , McNeely & McCoy, 
Corn, Charlotte, David Gillespie 
Grist, Charlotte, T. M. Howie, 
Grist, Charlotte, P. Berryhill. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Miller J. M., Charlotte, 
Fox J. C, Charlotte, 
Gibbon Robt., Charlotte, 
Gresory W. W. & R. K., Charlotte, 
McCombs J. P., Charlotte, 
Jones J. B., Charlotte, 
Bratton S. E., Charlotte, 
Medlin P. P., Charlotte, 
Butt J. N., Charlotte, 
Jones L. G., Charlotte, 
Neel J. C, Charlotte, 
Watson S. B., Charlotte, 
Alexander A. B., Davidson College, 
Holt Wm., Davidson College, 
Sandifer Wm.. Davidson College, 
Wilson J. M., Davidson College, 
Caldwell Tho's., Providence, 
Gribble Joseph, Providence, 
Davidson William, Long Creek, 
Ramsey J. S , Long Creek, 
Herron J. S., Steel Creek, 
Pressley Jas., Steel Creek, 
Strong J. M., Steel Creek, 



Henderson J. Mc, Alexandriana, 
Williamson E. D., Pineville, 

Alexander A. W., Charlotte, Dentist 

Wayt John H., Charlotte, Dentist 

Carr W. E., Charlotte, Dentist 

Traywick & Bland, Charlotte, Dentist 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Charlotte, Ambrose Jones, 
Clear Creek, Miss Mary P. Flou, 
Davidson College, Hanson P. Helper, 
Fullwood's^Store, Wm. P. Houston, 
Martindale, Wm. M. Martin, 
Mint Hill, Miss C. Hood, 
Pineville, Mary A. Harrison, 
Providence, Joseph E. Sample, 
Query's, Miss R. Query, 
Ranaleburg, John R. Porter, 
"White Hall, Miss E. I. Reid, 

Steel Creek, , 

Sherrills Foard, •, 

Alexandriana, , 

Craighead, , 

Cowan's Ford, , 

Hopewell, . 



SCHOOLS. 

Charlotte Female Inst., Rev. R. Burwell 

& Son, 
Mecklenburg Female College, Charlotte, 

Male Academy, Charlotte, Rev. R. H. 
Griffith, 

Primary School, Davidson College, Mrs. 
Julia Hall, 

St. Peter's School, Charlotte, Rev. B. S. 
Bronson, 

Davidson College, (Pres.,) 22 miles north 
Charlotte, G. W. McPhail, D. D., 

Biddle Institute, (col. Theological, J Char- 
lotte, Rev. W. L. Miller and Rev. S. C. 
Alexander, 

Primary School, Charlotte, Rev. A. Aldrich, 

Primary School, Charlotte, A. H. Erwin. 

NEWSPAPERS IN CHARLOTTE. 

Daily Carolina Observe, , 

Western Democrat, (Weekly,) W. J. Yates, 

Editor, 
Daily Carolina Times. R. P. Waring, Editor, 
Daily Courier Bulletin, E. H. Britton, 

Edior, 
Land We Love, (Monthly,) Gen. D. H. 

Hill, Editor. 

PUBLIC HIGHWAYS TO AND FROM 
CHARLOTTE. 

N. C. Central Road. East and North, 
Columbia & S. C. R. R., Sou.h and S. W., 



JOHIK ARMSTRONG, Blank Book Manufacture^ 

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MITCHELL. 



West. Div. W. C. & R. R. to LincoluLou, 

Northwest, 
Atlantic, Teunessee & Ohio R. Road to 

Statesville, 
In progress R. Road direct to Wilmington. 

|^*Charlotte is about the centre of the 
great mineral wealth of North Carolina, 
and is a growing city, having doubled its 
population since 1860. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

W. L. Erwin, 416 ; I. J. Sloan, 475 ; 
Ranaleburg : Col. Thos. I. Grier, 569 ; 
Thos. P. Grier, 430 ; Z. W. Grier's Etate, 
817 ; W. H. Neal, 430; A. G. Neal, 610; 
Steel Creek : M. N. Hart, 515 ; Samuel 
B. Knox, 653 ; Joseph Knox, 506 ; R. W. 
McDowell, 474 ; Jno. M. Potts, 900 ; J. J. 
Price, 457; Tfliite Hall: Joseph Blair, 
1,250; Wni. Beaver, 443 ; T. W. Geissen- 
heimer, 570; Zebulon Morris, 1,110; 
Mint Hill: J. J. Maxwell, 1,163; Jno. 
Walker, Esq., 709; Sampson Wolfe, 621 ; 

D. M. Lee, 1,463 ; W. P. Little, 522 ; J. 
W. Moore, 630; W. C. Morris, l-,003 ; 
Winson Wallace, 1,787 ; Wilson Wallace, 
1,300 ; Charlotte : M. L. Davis, 527 ; W. 

E. Ardeny, 450 ; Jos. H. Davis Estate, 
2.614 ; Robt. Grier, 823 ; Richard Peoples, 
641 ; G. L. Rea, 998 ; Thos. L. Vail, 520 ; 
Jas. A. Walkup, 700 ; Providence : Chas. 
E. Bell, 1,300; S. H. Eihott, 708; Hus;h 
Kirkpatrick, 697 ; W. P. Robinson, 657 ; 
Sharon: Thos. S. Cavener, 700; A. F. 
Sadler, 618 ; N. B. Taylor, 977 ; J. H. 
Caldwell, 900 ; J. R. Hall, 498 ; R. S. Mc- 
Gee, 581 ; R. A. Razzell, 572 ; J. M. Pat- 
terson, 725; W. S. M. Davidson, 940; 
Long Creek : A. A. Alexander, 2,293 ; J. 
R. Alexander, 500; J. R. Davidson, 703 ; 

A. B. Davidson, 1,922; Hopewell: W. A. 
Gillespie, 502 ; R. D. Graham, 653 ; Wra. 
Patterson, 9&1 ; W.G. PottsEstate, 1,405 ; 
Mr?. Margt. Torrence, 2,300; Lemley : 
Wm. Black's Estate, 1,140 ; D. A. Cald- 
well, 1.501 ; Wm. Caldwell Esq., 516 ; E. 

B. D. Sloan, 779 ; Davidson Collage : G. & 
M. D. Henderson, 953 ; R. W. McCombs, 
1,072 ; Mallard Creek : 

Surface. — Moderately uneven ; lays on 
the eastern shore of the Catawba River, is 
well watered, plenty of water power and 
soil generally renumetative. 

Staples. — Corn, Wheat, Oats, Cotton, 
Tobacco, Fruit and Live Stock. 



MITCHELL COUNTY. 

(Elected since 1860.) 

Population 8,000 

County Seat — Bakersville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Siqjerior Court. Q. Garland, 

Coroner David Siagle, 

fE. A. HallCh., 
A. Burleson, 

Commissioners -I C. Garland, 

S. M. Winters, 
S. M. Collins. 

Register of Deeds Wilson Burleson, 

Sheriff AVm. M. McKinney, 

Surveyor J. D. English, 

Solicitor Uth Dis Virgil S. Lusk, 

Standard Keeper , 

Treasurer W. S. Buchanan. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Chapel, Bakersville, R. W Pickens, Meth 

Hunters Chapel, , R. W Pickens, Meth 

Mine Creek, , R. W. Pickens, Meth 

Pisgah, , R. W. Pickens, Meth 

Snow Creek, , R. W., Pickeni, Meih 

Chapel, Bakersville J. W. Buchanan, Bap 

Big Rock Creek, , S. M. Col- 

hns, Bap 

Bear Creek, Bear Creek, S M. Col- 
lins, Bap 

Beaver Creek, , S. M. Collins, Bap 

Big Meadows, , S. Buchanan, Bap 

Buck Mountain, , G. Cook, Bap 

Fork Mountain, Fork Mountain, 

Stephen Buchanan, Bap 

Grassy Creek, Grassy Creek, J. P. 

Dickson, Bap 

Little Rock Creek, , John W. 

Buchanan, Bap 

Little Branch, , S. M. Collins, Bap 

Mine Creek, , John Autry, Bap 

Big Rock Creek, , E. J. Campbel Chris 

Elk Biver, , D. A. Ellis, Chris 

Hollow Poplar, , G. Bailey, Dunkard 

Bakersville, Bakersville, S. Forbes, 

Prot. Meth 

Burleson, , S. Fobes, Prot. Meth 

Garland Town, , S. Forbes, Prot Meth 

LAWYERS. 

Bowman J. W., Bakersville, 
Van Wick , Cranberry Forks. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Iron Wovk.^, Cranberry, Sumner, Russell, 
Hoke & Co., 



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MONTGOMERY. 



MERCHANTS. 

Clemmons (0. C.) & Co., Bakers- 

-ville, G S 

Garland G., Garland's Store, G S 

Ilvder Jacob, Fork Mountain, Dry Goods 
_____ gg 

G S 
G S 
G S 
G S 
G S 
GS 
G S 



Emmelt G. W., Davis, 
Hoke (Robt. F.) & Co., Cranberry, 
Johnson & Co, Spruce Pine, 
Simmerly Elijah, Bakersville, 
Young (iVI.) & Co., Bakersville, 
Yancy (John) & Co., Bakersville, 
Young (M.) & Co., Spruce Pine, 
Young (M.) & Co., Childsville, 



MINISTERS. 

Buchanan John W., Bakersville, 
Buchanan Stephen, Spruce Pine, 
Buchanan Leonard, Childsville, 
Collis Stephen M., Spruce Pine, 
Dickson Jacob P., Grassy Creek, 
Duncan Jonathan W., Spiuce Pine, 
Ellis David A., Cranberry, 
Campbell E. J., Fork Mountain, 
Bailey Garrett, Red Hill, 
Master Henry, Red Hill, 



Pickens R. W., Bakersville, 
Forbes Limon, Bakersville, 



Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Chris 
Chris 
Dunkard 
Dunkard 
Meth 
Prot. Meth 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Bakersville, Josiah Baker, 
Giist, Bakersville, Thos. Burleson, 
Grist, Bakersville, Aaron Burleson, 
Grist, Bakersville, John A. Huigs, 
Grist. Bakersville, Garrett Bailey. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Harrison Reuben, Bakersville, 
Hart D. R., Bakersville, 
Penland M. F., Bakersville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Bakersville, D. A. Bowman. 

Bear Creek, 

Childsville, Miss N. M. Wiseman, 

Cranberry Fork, , 

Flinty Branch, T. A. Buchanan, 
Fork Mountain, Jacob Hyder, 
Grassy Creek. C. M. Luvvery, 
Ledcjer, W. J. Silver, 
Red Hill, T. B. Garland, 
S[)ruce Pine, Isaac D. English, 
Yellow Mountain, W. D. Burleson. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

R. A. Penland, 1.000 acres; Josiah 
Baker, 800; Thomas Burleson. 1 000; Ave- 
ry's heirs, 45,000 ; G. B. Young, 1,000 ; 



Bakersville: T. M. Sparks, 1,500; Jesse 
Blalock, 500; Tilman Blalock, 600, Spruce 
Fine: Alexander Wiseman. 1,800; A. A. 
Wiseman, 1,100; J. G. Wiseman, 1,000, 
Childsville. 

Sdeface— A beautiful mountain country 
with rich and picturesque valleys. 

Staples— Wheat, Corn, Rye, Oats, 
Medicinal herbs, Butter and Live Stock. 



MONTGOMERY CODNTY. 

Population in 1860 7,649. 

County Seat — Teot. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. Q. C. Wade, 

Coroner D. D. DeBerry. 

Neill Mclnnes, Ch., 
John C. Nichols, 

Commissioners ■{ A. S. Harris, 

Silas Kearns, 
J. A. Graham. 

Eegister of Deeds. . . P. H. Morris. 

Surveyor N. M. Thayer. 

Sherif P. C. Ryley. 

^ J. M. Robinson, 

Sheriff's Deputies,.. \g. C. Hilliard, 
(R. H. Elliott. 

Standard Keeper D. Wright. 

Solicitor bth District. .Neill McKay. 
Treasurer D. A. Boyd. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Shady Grove, , D. B. McLeod, 

Love Joy, , Heath, Pro. 

Bethlehem, , T. C. Moses, 

Centre, , 



Lanes Chappel, , , 

Mt. Gilead, . B. C. Phillips, 

Macedonia, , 

Prospect, , T. C. Mosea, 

Pine Grove, , B. C. Piiillips, 

Shiloh, , T. C. Moses, 

Sardis, . B. C. Philips, 

Zoar, , T. C Moses. 

Zion, , B. C. Phillips, 

Mocedonia , Mclntire, 

Sharon, , J. H. Colton, 

Big Creek, , A. P. Stoker, 

Blackwood's Chapel, , W. M. 

Bos tick. 

Bethel, , W. M. Bostick, 

Finger Board, , J. W. Dunn, 

Forks Little River, , E. Crutch- 
field, 



Chris 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Pres 
Pres 
Bap 

Bap 

Bap 
Bap 

Bap 



Indus MuiHli, or " Geograpliieal Gurae," Patent, 

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MONTGOMERY. 



Hanner's Creek, , W. M. Bostick, Bap 

Laurel Hill, , James Jordan, Bap 

Mt. Carmel, ' W. Littleloi), Bap 

New Union, , James Jordan, Bap 

HOTELS. 

Troy Hotel, Troy, Jesse Sniilherman, 
Haltom's Hotel, Troy, Thos. £. Hall-m. 

LAWYERS. 

Henley Elias, Troy, 
Jordan Allen, Troy, 
Pemberton, S. J., Troy, 
Simmons B. F., Troy, 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton, Swift Island, C. W. Wooley, 
Cotton, Miledgevilla, Mauney & Mc Alister, 
Tanyard, Pekin, Brookshire & Williams, 
Wooi Carding Machine, Auman Hili, D. 
Love, 



MERCHANTS. 



McAuley D. C, Mt. Gilead, 

Ingram T. C, Edinboro, 

Brookshire W. F., Pekin, 

Wooley (C. H.) & Co., Swift Island, 

McAuley & Russell, Sander's Hill, 

Leach & Auman, Auman's Hill, 

McAuley & McAllister, Mt. Gilead, 

Usher Samuel T., Usher's Mills, 

Bruton W. T., Troy, 

Saunders Pleasant C, Wind Hill, 

Morris Col. G. F., Troy, 

Lassiter W., Troy, 

Usher S. T., Sulphur Springs, 

Spencer J. S., Troy, 

MINISTERS. 

Moses T. C, Troy, 
Phillips B. C, Edinboro, 
Ballard J. B., Troy, 
Jordan James, Troy, 
Wright David, Troy, 
Dunn J. W., Mt. Gilead, 
Stoker A. P., Sander's Hill, 
Cagle Isham, Auman's Hill, 
McLeod, Auman's Hill, 
Colton J. H., Mc. Gilead, 



GS 

G S 

G S 

GS 

GS 

GS 

GS 

GS 

GS 

GS 

Liquors 

Liquors 

G S 

Liquors 



Meth 

Meth 

Meth 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Chris 

Chris 

Pres 



MINES. 

Baltimore & Montgomery Mining Co., Not 

in operation. 
Christian Mines. Not in operation, 
Clark Creek Mines. Not in operation, 
Dumas Creek Mines. Not in operarion, 
Island Creek Mines. Not in operation, 



Troy N. Y. & N. C, Mining Co. Not in 

opeiation, 
Russell Mines. In operation, 
Spencer Cieek Mines. Not in operation, 
Carter Mines. Not in operation, 
Cox Mines. Not in operation ; very rich 

and lately discovered, 
Denson Creek Mines. Not in operation, 
Reynold's Mines. Not in operation. 
There are many branch Mines partially 

worked and very rich. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 



Flour and Grist, — 
Leach, (Angus,) 
Flour and Grist, — 
Flour and Grist, — 
Flour and Grist, — 
Flour and Grist, — 
Flour and Grist, — 
Flour and Grist, — 

Flour and Grist, 

Flour and Grist, 
Flour and Grist, 
Flour and Giist, 
Flour and Grist, 
Flour and Grist, 



& Scarborough (John,) 



Auman (W. M.) & 

E. G. L. Barringer, 
C. W. Wooley & Co., 
W. Cagle, 
Edmund DeBerry, 
Benj. DeBerry, Sr., 
Mrs. Mary Gaines, 
W. B. Ingram, 
W. A. Jordan, 
John Hall, 
Marion Lassiter, 
Farq. Martin, 
McAuley (D. C.) 



Flour and Grist 
Flour and Grist, 
Flour and Grist, 
Flour and Grist, 
Flour and Grist, 
Flour and Grist, 
Flour and Grist, 

Flour and Grist, , 

Steam Saw and Grist 
(W. F.) & Williams 

Flour and Grist, 

Flour and Grist, 

Flour and Grist, 

Flour and Grist, — 
Flour and Giist, — 
Flour and Grist, — 
Flour and Grist, — 
Flour and Grist, — 
Flour and Grist, — 
Flour and Grist, — 

Flour and Grist, 

Flour and Grist. — 
Flour and Grist, — 
Flour and Grist, — 
Flour and Grist, — 
Flour and Grist, — 



Wm. McAllister, 
E. & M, Overton, 
C. H. Rush & Co., 
E. Stafford, 
L, Simmons, 
, Jesse A. Sanders, 
Jesse Smitherman, 
W. N. Thayer, 

Pekin, Brookshire 
(Isaac), 
S, L. Parsons, 
Samuel Usher, 
Margaret Lamond, 
James G. Allen, 
Jamef« C. Roper, 
John Ewings, 
Samuel Hartley, 
Hiram Baldwin, 
Jas. T. Bruton, 
C. J. Benton, 
J. R. Scarbrough jr., 
T'nos. Stokes, 
Alex. McKay, 
Stokes & Sullivan, 
M. M. Leach, 
Aaron Wright, 



PHYSICIANS. 

Simmons, W. A. Troy, 
Montgomery J. H., Clarke's Creek, 
McLennan Allen, Rush's Mills, 
Asbury , Aumans Hill. 



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MOORE. 



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Troy, Margret Wright, 
Aumans Hill, W. L. Auman, 
Harrisville, Jiliss D. Sanders, 

Sauders Hill, Miss Sanders, 

Mt. Gilead, Mary Mclnage, 
Clarkes Creek, AVin. Zachery, 
Edinboro, Marih Walker, 
Pekin, Mrs. F. McKinzee, 

Rush's Mills, , 

Swift Island, Andrew Maner. 

SCHOOLS. 

Edinboro Academy, L. D. Andrews, 
Mt. Gilead Academy, P. C. Shaw, 
Troy Academy, E. Hurley. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

W. B. Ingram, 100, acres ; E. G. L. Bar- 
ringer, 882; B. Wood, 331; E. T. R. 
Livingston, 324 ; Edinboro : A. W. Cham- 
bers, 800; Martin Rush, 1,985; James F. 
Green, 1,296; Jerre Luther, 1,405 ; Fekin: 
Wm. Haywood, 848 ; James A. Lassiter, 
610 ; W. W. Ledbetter, 700 ; D. C. Mc- 
Auly, 914; Iff. Gilead: Wm. H. Robin- 
son, 900; Stcift Island: Nelson Russell, 
690 ; P. C. Sanders, 1,290 ; Sanders Hill : 
E. H. Davis, 916 ; Milledgeville : AVm. H. 
Henley, 830 ; Neill Gillis, 350 ; Wm. Cog- 
gin, sr., 1,129 ; Samuel P. Parson, 500; 
James Lewis, 465 ; Spencer Haltom, 298 ; 
Lockey Simmons, 6,210; Troy: James 
G. Allen, 796 ; Wm. Auman, 488 ; Henry 
Truman, 279; Aumans Hill : C. H. Rush, 
1,310; JRush's Mills: W. N. Thayer, 1,500; 
Bysener^s Mills: 

Surface. — Uneven and in places very 
hilley and rocky, soil good along the 
streams — water pfiwer fine, mineral re- 
sources very valuable. 

Staples — Corn, Cotton, Wheat, and 
Oats. 



MOOEE COUNTY. 

Population in 18G0 11,427. 

County Seat — Carthage. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Cozirt..A. H. McNeill. 

Coroner John K. McDonald. 

""John Ritter, Ch., 
J. A. Barrett, 
Absalom Kelly, 



Commissioners . 



W. F. Seawell, 
IC H. Smith, 



Register of Deeds. . . .J. R. Brown. 

Sherif. K. H. Worthy. 

Surveyor Daniel Mcintosh. 

Solicitor bth Bis .... Neill McKay, 
Standard Keeper. . . , . W. K. Nunry. 

Treasurer W. L. Sullivan. 

Jailor W. K. Nunry. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bascomb's Chapel, , I. W. 

Avent, Meth 

Carthage, Carthage, I. W. Avent, Meth 
Fair Promise, Carthage, I, W. 

Avent, Meth 

Morris' Chapel, , Gaston Far- 

rar, Meth 

Mt. Carmel, Carthage, I. W. Avent, Meth 
Centre Union, Carth., I. W. Avent, Meth 
Pleasant Hill, Jonesboro, I. W. 

Avent, Meth 

Shallow Well, Jonesboro, G. Farrar, Meth 
Smyrna, Carthage, T. C. Moses, Meth 
Poplar Spring, Jonesboro, G. Farrar, Meth 
Thyatira, Carthage, T. C. Moses, Meth 
Tabernacle, Cartilage, T. C. Moses, Meth 
Carthage, Carthage, S. Gilraore, Bap 

Cool Spring, Carthage, S. Gilmore, Bap 

Bethlehem, , , 

Grain's Creek, , , 

Friendship, , , 

Fall Creek, , , 

Dover, , J. Jordan, 

Mechanic's Hill, , T. Baldwin 



Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Pres 



Carthage, Carthage, M. McQueen, 
Ben Salem, Carthage, A. N. Fergu- 
son, Pres 
Buffalow, Carthage, N. M. Ray, Pres 

Bethesda, , Mclntyre, Pres 

Mineral Springs, , — —Mclntyre, Pres 

Union, Carthage, M. McQueen, Pres 

Uphiouia, Carthage, A. N. Fergu- 
son, Pres 
St. Andrew's, Swan's Station, Jas. 

McQueen, Pres 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel, Carthage, J. H. Coddell, 
Planters, Cai thage, D. S. Barrett, 
Hotel, Jonesboro, Geo. S. Cole. 

LAWYERS. 

Mclver James D., Carthage, 
McDonald A. R., Carthage. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Can-iage and Harness, Carthage, Tyson, 

Kelly & Co., 
Saddlery, Carthage, E. P. Sikes, 



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MOORE. 



Harness, Carthage, J. N. Clark, 
Boots and Shoes, Carthage,J.M Campbell, 
Boots and Shoes, Carthage, W. W. Hun- 
sucker, 
Wagons, Carthage, Robt. A. McLauchlin, 
Wagons, Crain's Creek, John Riddle, jr., 
Wagons, Carter's Mills, John Riddle, sr., 
Saddle and Harness, Carter's Mills, Frank 

Carter, 
Tannery, Brewer's Mills, John Howard, 
Tannery, Prosperity, Geo. C. Councilman, 
Boots and Shoes, Jonesboro, D. J. Shields, 
Hats, Carthage, Neill Black, 
Millstones, Carthage, John Morrison, 
Hats, Jonesboro, John T. Kelly, 
Wagons, Carter's Mills, Geo. W. Williams, 
Wagons, Carthage, Thomas Cole, 
Potter Shop, Carthage, John C. Campbell, 
Potter Shop, Good Spring, J. D. Craven. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bryan (N. R.) & Son, Jonesboro, G S 

Baker J. M. F., Crain's Creek, Grocer 

Campbell & Muse, Carthage, G S 

Cox H. B., Carthage, G S 

Cole Geo. S., Jonesboro, G S 

Carter S. M., Carter's Millls, G S 

Cole E. A., Carthage, G S 

Moffitt E. N., Brower's Mills, G S 

Jones & Britton, Crain's Creek, G S 

Kelly Absalom, Jonesboro, G S 

Tyson & McNeill, Carthage, G S 

Rollins Thos.. Jonesboro, G S 

Sloan J. R., Jonesboro, G S 

McNeill N. M. K., Jonesbore, G S 

Clark Dan'I, Swann's Station, Grocer 

MINISTERS. 

Adams S. D., Carthage, P. E,, Meth 

Avent I. W., Carthage, Meth 

Tysor Harris, Fair Haven, (Local,) Meth 
Phillips Lewis, Fair Haven, (Local,) Meth 
Phillips Baxter, Fair Haven, (Local,) Meth 
Sanders Hardy, Macedonia, (Local,) Meth 
Farrar Gaston, Jonesboro, (Local,) Meth 
McQueen Martin, Carthage, Pres 

Ferauson A. N., Carthage, Pres 

McQueen James, Swann's Station, Pres 
Mclntyre Kenneth, Jackson Springs, Pres 
GilmoreS.. Egypt, Bap 

Baldwin T., Carter's Mills, Bap 

MINES. 

Cagle's, Gold, Carter's Mills, John Cagle. 

Worked on a small scale, 
Shield's, Gold, Carter's Mills, S. M. Carter 

& Co., not worked, 
Brown's, Carter's Mills, T. Brown's heirs. 

Not worked, 



Stafford, Gold, Carthage, Smith, Turner 

& Watkins. Not worked, 
Cotton's, Gold, Prosperity, S. W. Cotton. 

Not worked. 
Grampus, Gold, Carthage, John Morrison. 

Not worked, 
Brown, Gold, Carthage, John Morrison. 

Not worked. 
Grampus, Gold, Carter's Mills, T. Ritter. 

Not worked, 
Burne's, Gold, Carter's Mdls, J. F. Burns 

& Co. Worked on small scale. 
Shield's, Gold, Carthage, A. H. McNeiU. 

Not worked, 
Bear Creek, Gold, Carthage, John Morri- 

ison. Not worked, 
Silver, on Richland Creek. Owned by a 

Mass. Co., 
Soapstone, Fair Haven, Harris Tysor, Not 

worked, 
Soapstone on Deep River. Owned by a 

N. Y. Co., 
Coal, on Deep River. Owned by a North- 
ern Co., 
Street's, Coal, Fair Haven, Richard Street. 

Not worked. 
Wilcox, Coal, on Deep River, Alex. Mclver 
Murchison, Coal, on Deep River. Owned 

by a Northern Co., 
Chambers, Coal, on Deep River, Owned 

by a Northern Co., 
Tyson, Coal, on Deep River, Frazier & 

Co., Chaileston, 
Fooshee, Coal, on Deep River, and Mc- 

Lindon's Creek, Geo. Fooshee Pittsboro, 
Wicker & Dye, Copper Mioe, on Deep 

River, Owned by D. G. Fowle, Battle & 
Hogg, Raleigh, 
Wicker Copper Mine, on Deep River, Amos 

Wade, 
Danily Mill Stone Quarry, Carthage, 

Devotion Davis, not surpassed by any in 

the United States for Corn. Blue 

Grit, 
Friendship Mill Stone Quarry, Carthage, 

John Morrison, 
Sand Stone Grits in abundance on Mc- 
Lendon's Creek, a branch of Deep River. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Carters 

Mills, L. M. Carter, 
Merchant Flour, Corn, and Saw, Fair 

Haven Harris Tysor, 
Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Brower's 

Mill's, Howard & Moffitt, 
Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Prosperity, 

A. E. Kelly, 
Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Carthage, 

W. B. Richardson, 
Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Carthage, 

Alex. Kelly, 



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Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Carthage, 
W. C. Thaggard, 

Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Good 
Spring, John Dunlop, 

Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Caledo- 
nia, Hardy Sanders, 

Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Caledo- 
nia, L. B. Munroe, 

Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Jones- 
boro, Abel Kelly, 

Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Jones- 
boro, Stephen Hendly, 

Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Jones- 
boro, John Dalrymple, 

Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Jones- 
boro, Abner B. Kelly, 

Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Crain'8 
Creek, M. Ferguson, 

Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Carter's 
Mills Richardson & Bros., 

Merchant Flour, Com and Saw, Fair 
Haven, Mrs. Womble, 

Merchant Flour, Corn and Saw, Jones- 
boro, Gaston Farrar. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Arnold Wm., Jonesboro, 
Brown J. R., Carthage, 
Campbell John M., Jonesboro, 
McDonald A. M., Carthage, 
McNeil John N., Crain's Creek. 
Mclver John, Jonesboro, 
Sheppard J. L. Jonesboro, 
Shaw John, Carthage, 
Turner Hector, Carthage. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Carthage, Mary M. Brookshire, 
Jackson Springs, Anna Campbell, 
Jonesboro, Thomas Rollins, 
Carters Mills, S. M. Carter, 
Glenaloon, Ellen S. Kelly, 
Prosperity, J. J. Martindale, 
Long Street, Absalom Kelly, 
Crain's Creek, Mary Cole, 
Curriesville, Barbra Currie, 
Swann's Station, F. J. Swann, 
Mooshannee, E. Q. Seawell. 

SCHOOLS. 

Carthage Female Institute, Miss Eliza J. 

Smith, 
Carthage Male Institute, W. J. Stuart, 
Bufialow Male and Female Academies, 

Jonesboro, Daniel Mclntyre & Lady, 
Mineral Spring Academy, Curriesville, N 

D. J. Clark. 
Clas. School, Jonesboro, L. H. Gibbons, 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Col. John Morrison, 8,000 acres; Alex. 
Kelly, 4,000; W. D. Harrington, 2,000; 



Dr. H. Turner, 5,000; Gen. W. D. Dowd, 
500 ; Thomas C. Cole, 500 ; A. H. McNeill, 
2,000 ; Thomas B. Tyson, 2,000 ; Samuel 
Barrett, 2,000 ; Neill Dunlap, Esq., 2,500, 
Carthage : A. A. Harrington, 500 ; E. R. 
Partridge, 500 ; Thomas Harrington, 500 ; 
Jordan R. Sloan 600; Wesley F. Mclver, 
500 ; John D. Mclver .400 ; Daniel B. Mc- 
lver, 500 ; Daniel M. Mcintosh, 400 ; H. J. 
Dennis, 400, Jonesboro : Richard Street, 
1,000; Harris Tysor, 1,000; Jno. C. Jack- 
son 500 ; Lewis Phillips, 500 ; J. Hedge- 
peth, 500 ; Joab Cheek, 500, Fair* Haven : 
John McNeill, Esq., 300; N. McK. Mc- 
Niell, 500 ; John McF. Baker, 500 ; John 
McDonald 500 ; Gaston Thompson, 300 ; 
Moses Britton, 300, Cram's Creek : Duncan 
R. Shaw, 500 ; Malcom M. Blue, 2,000 ; 
Archibald M. Blue, 2,£00; Archibald Ray, 
1,000; Malcom McNeill, 1,000 ; Archibald 
Buchan, 1,000, Solemn Grove: F. Swann, 
800 ; Col. A. A. F. Seawell, 300 ; Daniel 
M. Cameron, 300 ; W. C. Edwards, 300, 
Swann Station : John Dulap, 400 ; William 
Wright, 300 ; Martin Shuffield, 300 ; Wyatt 
Williamson, 500, Good Springs : Ed. Wad- 
dle, 300 ; Geo. C. Councilman, 300, Pros- 
perity: Archibald B. Currie, 1,000; D. B. 
Currie, 500 ; W. B. Fry, 1,000, Curries- 
ville : K. H. Worthy, 600 ; W. C. Thaggard, 
1,000, Carthage. 

Surface — Moderately uneven and in 
parts low, level and sandy — water power 
good — timber plenty. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Mill- 
stones, Minerals and Naval Slores. 



MSH COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 11,687. 

County Seat — ^Nashville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. ."R. H. Sorsby. 
Coroner B. B. GrifBn. 



Commissioners. 



Register of Deeds. 

Sheriff., 

Surveyor 

Solicitor 6th His. 
Standard Keeper. 
Treasurer 



f Chas. E. Sears, Ch., 
I Jesse J. Walker, 
\ W. P. Walker, 
I H. L. Bennett, 
t L. M. Conyers. 

. . W. T. Griffin. 
. . Geo. N. Lewis. 
, ..Alexander Hilliard. 
, ..Wm. R. Cox. 



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CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bethlehem, Castalia, M. J. Hunt, Meth 
Free Chapel, Rocky Mt., M. J. Hunt, Meth 
Home, Stanhope, M. J. Hunt, Meth 

Marnes, Hilliardston, M. J. Hunt, Meth 
Mt. Zion, Joyner's Depot, M. J. Hunt,Meth 
Mt. Pleasant, Stanhope, M. J. Hunt, Meth 
Nashville, Nashville, M. J. Hunt, Meth 
Sharon, Nashville, M. J. Hunt, Meth 

Sandy Cross, Nashville, M. J. Hunt,Meth 
White Oak, Nashville, M. J, Hunt, Meth 
Philadelphia, Hilliardston, J. G. 

Barkley, Bap 

Peach Tree, Hilliardston, Roht. Del- 
bridge, Bap 
Pleasant Grove, Nashville, J. Q. 

Barkley, Bap 

Red Bud, Castalia, Robt. Delbridge, Bap 
Red Oak Hilliardston, J. G. Bark- 
ley, Bap 
Hickory, Hilliardston, Thos. Wilcox, Bap 

New Church, Stanhope, , Bap 

Falls, Rocky Mt., R. D Hart, Prim. Bap 
Sappony, Nashville, Hilliard 

Taylor, Prim. Bap 

Sandy Grove, Stanhope, , Prim. Bap 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Fairmount Hotel, Nashville, Orren Cobb, 
Boarding House, Nashville, R. B. Griffin, 

LAWYERS. 

Arrington A. H., Hilliardston, 
Williams Henry G., Hilliardston, 
Williams S. T., Nashville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Coaches and Buggies, Castalia, Sidney 

Barthlomew, 
Turpentine Distillery, Old Fields, J. D. 

Bissett, 
Turp. Distillery, Stanhope, Levi BaUey. 

MERCHANTS. 

Battle (W. S.) & Arrington, Rocky 

Mount, G S 
Arrington R. W., Hilliardston, Grocer 

Bachelor B. V., Nashville, G S 

Cooper S. R., Hilliardston, G S 

Conner & Cofield, Hilliardston, G S 

Cockrill Elisha, Nashville, G S 

Enroughty W. N., Nashville, G S 

Harper (W. J. B.) & Co., Nashville, G S 

Hunt & Wheliss, Peach Tree Grove, G S 

Bissett J. D., Old Fields, G S 

Harrison John A., Castalia, G S 

Jones & Williams, Ransom's Bridge, G S 

Harrison W. D., Battlesboro, G S 



Deans Thomas B., Stanhope, Grocer 

Webb Jas. T., Stanhope, G S 

Strickland C. B., Stanhope, G S 

Winstead David W., Vicksville, G 8 

MINES. 

Gold, Stanhope, E. H. Morgan, 

Portis Gold Mine, Ransom's Bridge, , 

Gold, near Nashville, . 

MINISTERS. 

Tucker Russell, Peach Tree, Prim. Bap 
Barkley J. G., Rocky Mount, Bap 

Delbridge Robert, Castalia, Bap 

Johnson J. J., Nashville, (Local,) Meth 
Mitchell Henry, Nashville, (col.,) Meth 
Bobbitt A. E., Castaha, Local Meth 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Flour and Grist, Rocky Mount, W. S. 

Battle, 
F., G. and Saw, Stanhope, Jas. T. Webb, 
F., G. and S., Rocky Mt., Thos B. Watson, 
G. and S., Battlesboro, R. & H. Whitaker, 
Grist, Hilliardston, Arch. H. Arrington, 
Grist and Saw, Battlesboro, R. Arrington, 
Grist, Nashville, W. W. Bailey, 
G. and Saw, Nashville, W. J. B. Harper, 
G. and Saw, Nashville, W. N. Cochran, 
G. and Saw, Stanhope, N. R. Strickland, 
Grist and Saw, Stanhope, E. H. Morgan. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Drake James H., Hilliardston, 
Drake John, Hilliardston, 
Drake John G. F., Hilliardston, 
Drake Wm. F., Nashville, 
Earl J. N., Nashville, 
Henry N. B., Stanhope, 
Arrington T. C, Hilliardston, 
Merritt, R. H., Rocky Mount, 
Mathews, Jas. F., Peach Tree Grove, 

Mathews , Peach Tree Grove, 

Sills Nick, Castalia, 
Watson Wm. H., Castalia, 
Stallings C. H., Stanhope. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Castalia, John A. Harrison, 
Hilliardston, Mrs. J. H. Portis, 
Nashville, John W. Harper, 
Stanhope, C. B. Strickland, 
Peach Tree Grove, Eliza M. Mathews. 

SCHOOLS. 

Union Hill Academy, , 

Academy, Battlesboro, 



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Academy, Hilliardston, 
Academy, Stanhope, — 



PROMINENT FARMERS. 

W. J. B. Harper, L. F, Battle, Orren 
Cobb, L. N. B. Battle, C. M. W. Woodard, 
Wm. A. Cooper, Nick W. Bodie, Nashville; 
A. H. Arrington, Thos. W. Avent, H. G. 
Williams, L. N. B. Conyers, D. A. T. 
Ricks, J. C, Taylor, R. M. Whitaker, 
Moses Moore, Hilliardston ; John A. Har- 
rison, Dr. Qray Sills, Dr. Watson, John 
Mitchell, Henry Mitchell, Castalia ; "W. 
D. Harrison, Dr. Merriott, Joel Wells, 
Robt. Winston, Wm. S. Battle, Samuel P. 
Westry, Noah R. Strickland, A. B. Baines, 
Dr. Herring, M. Ricks, E. H. Morgan, 
Stanhope ; William Winstead, W. R. Car- 
ter, B. D. Rice, Joyners Depot ; 

SuKFACB — Moderately uneven, much of 
the soil good, and remunerative when well 
cultivated. 

Staples— Corn, Cotton, Tobacco and 
Wheat. 



NEW HANOVEE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 15,429, 

County Seat — Wilmington. 

Population in 1860, 9,559. 

Population in 1869, 20,000. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Cowr^.. James C. Mann. 
Coroner Owen Burney, (col.) 

{E. M. Shoemaker, ch., 
James Wilson, 
Rufus Qarris, 
Stephen Keys, 
Elijah Hewlett. 

Hegister of Deeds Robt. S. Waldron. 

Sheriff. James W. Schenck. 

Surveyor J. L. Rhodes. 

Solicitor 4[th Dis . . ..John A. Richardson. 

Standard Keeper William Cutler, (col.) 

Treasurer E. R. Brink. 

Entry Taker John J. Conoly. 

Jailor Sol. Mash, (col.) 

In^. of Provisioni, Daniel Klein. 

SBenj. Durfee, 
J. A. Dupong, 
W. H. Bishop. 
Insp. ofMvalStore$. .E. J. Penny, (packer) 



Corns, navigation. . 



f 3. N. Martin, 
Albert Adams, 
Geo. Z. French, 
Jas. H. Chadburn, 
Benj. G. Butes, 

.(One vacancy.) 

.B. J. Lawton. 

.B. J. Lawton. 



Cle)-k ^ Treasurer, 
Harbor Master. . , , 

Com. Quarantine E. Legg. 

Quarantine Physician, y^ . G. Curtis. 

[The Quarantine Hospital is a State In- 
stitution, located near Smithville, Bruns- 
wick county, but rather undei' the super- 
vision of New Hanover county.] 



CITY OFFICERS— Wilmington. 



Mayor. 



Aldermen,, 



Jos. H. NeflF. 
f Wm. Kellogg, (col.), 
G. M.Arnold, (col.), 
James Wilson, 
Denard Rumley, 
A. Howe, (col ), 
H. S. Survos, 
Henry Jones, (col.), 
,Geo. Z. French. 

Marshall, W. P. Cannaday. 

CVk, Treas. ^ Tax Co^..Benj. Durfee. 

Attorney, M. London. 

Chief of Fire DepHmH..'2evvY M. Rice. 
Chief Fire Warden. . .P. M. Rice, 4th ward, 
AssH Fire Warden. . . 0. Dove, (col.) Istw'd 
AssHFire Warden. ..W. L. Smith, 2d ward, 
AssH Fire Warden. . .E. P. George, 3d ward. 

Surveyor John K. Brown . 

Standard Keeper Wm. Cutler, (col.) 

Messenger John Ryan. 

Wood Inspector "W. Kellogg, jr., (col.) 

{Alfred Howe, (col.) 
Jas. H. Chadburn, 
Geo. R. French, 
H. S. Survos. 
Judge of Special Court, Edward Cantwell. 
Clerk of Special Court, H. Survos. 
i Geo. Harris, 

Port Wardens, < W. B. Whitehead, 

( S. N. Martin. 
^Edward Kidder, 
Corns, of Workhouse, \ J. H. Chadburn, 

( Stephen Keys. 
Supt, of Workhouse,.. J). P. Foster. 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS OF WIL~ 
MINGTON. 

OAKDALE CEMETEKT. 

(East of City on 13th St.) 

President A.J. DeRossett. 

Clerk ^ Tteas R. J. Jones. 

Supt. Interments Timothy Donolan. 



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PINE GROVE CEMETERY (COL.) 

(East of Oakdale.) 

Fresidcnt Samuel Reid. 

Superintendent Daniel Smith. 

U. S. SOLDIERS AND SAILORS CEMETERY. 

(On Plank Bead in the Mid. Sound Dis.) 
Superintendent M. Dillingham, Sergt. 

LADIES MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION. 

President Mrs. Julia E. Oakley. 

Secretary Mrs. Gaston Meares. 

Treasurer Miss Lizzie Parsley. 

tJ. S. CUSTOM HOUSE. 

(North Water, between Market and Prin- 
cess Sts.) 

Collector D. Rumley. 

Deputy Collector R. W. Chadwick. 

!C. E. Taylor, 
Thos. F. Peck, 
C. S. Survos, 
Jas. Heaton, 
T. H. Brooks, Smithville. 

Clerk Junius D. Gardner. 

Store Keeper Thos. B. Smith. 

Z7. S. Marshal Dep'ty.Jos. H. Neff. 

U. S. Surgeon Mathew Dillingham. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANKING HOUSE. 



(Front and Princess Sts.) 



President . 



Directors , 



E. E. Burriss. 

f S. D. Wallace, 
J W. H. McRary, 
• • 1 Jas. H. Chadburn, 
[ Eli Murry. 

Cashier Asa K. Walker. 

Teller Wm. Larkins. 

Book Keeper H. M. Bowden. 

Clerk Ashley Gilbert. 

NATIONAL FREEDMANS' SAVING AND TRUST 
COMPANY BANK. 

(Banking House on Dock, between Front 
and Water.) 



Acting Cashier.. 



.R. B. Hunt. 
Geo. R. French, 
J. C. Mann, 

Directors ■! Silas N. Martin, 

Alfred Howe, (col.) 
L W. A. Green, (col.) 
Deposits April 1st about $20,000. 

WILMINGTON GAS COMPANY. 

(Office on Front, between Market and 
Princess Sts.) 

President Edward Kidder. 

Clerk ^ Treas R. J. Jones. 

Superintendent James Darby. 

(Works on Surry and Castle Streets.) 



ST. John's lodge no. 1, a. y. m. 
(Market, between Front and 2d Sts.) 

Master Thomas jVI. Gardner. 

Secretary Wm. M. Poisson. 

CAPE FEAR LODGE NO. 2, I. O. of O. F. 

(Front, between Market and Dock Sts.) 

Nolle Grand U. L. Jacobs. ' 

Secretary A. J. Yopp. 

SOUTHERN EXPRESS OFFICE. 

(North Water, bet. Market and Princess.) 

Agent F. Janney. 

Clerk Henry Clark. 

Delivering Clerk Frank Williamson. 

-_ t Asa Brown, 

3Iessengers j ^^^^ g^.^^^^ 

CITY EXPRESS. 

(Pat Brouerick, Slate corner Market and 
Front Sts.) 

" BAGGAGE MAN " ANDERSON. 

(Slate No. 4, North Front Street.) 

WESTERN TELEGRAPH OFFICE. 

(Front St., between Market and Princess.) 

Manager. Jno. W. Brown. 

^ • , , ,^ ( L. A. Angle, 

Assistant Manngers | ^^^^^ y^ Thompson. 

CUrk David G. Grier. 

( A. Potter, 
ers ■] John W. Potter, 

( John Muir. 
Watchman John W. White. 

WILMINGTON LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

(Library at City Hall, 3d and Princess Sts.) 

President Wil. Geo. Thomas. 

Vice President. .. Alfred Martin. 

Cor. Secretary Jas G. Burr. 

Librarian ^ Rec. Sec. J. T. James. 

Treasurer T. D. Meares, jr. 

f Wil. Geo. Thomas, 
I A. Martin, 
I Robert Ransom, 
I J. A. Englehard, 

Directors \ Junius Davis, 

I W. H. Kelly, 
I Jno. T. Rankin, 
I S. A. Ashe, 
( E. S. Martin. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, &C. 
U. S. Custom House, North Water St., 
U. S. Post Office, North Water St., 
U. S. Marine Hospital, 8th St., between 

Nunn and Ann, 
County Court House, Princess St., between 

2d and 3d, 
County Jail, Princess St., bet. 3d and 4th, 
City Hall, 3d and Princess Sts., 



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Theatre, Princess St., between 3d and 4th, 
City Market, Market St., Front to River, 
Plall Hook & Ladder Co., 4th St., between 

Market and Dock, 
Hall John Dawson Engine, 4th St., be- 
tween Market and Dock, 
Hall Steam Engine John T. Rankin, 
House Fire King No. 1, (col.) Front and 

Nunn St., 
House Howard No. 2, (col.) 3d St., be- 
tween Princess and Chesnut, 
House Vigilant No. 3, (col.) 2d St., be- 
tween Dock and Market, 
House Brooklyn No. 4, (col.) 4th St., be- 
tween Hanover and Brunswick, 
Fire Reservoir and Well, Market St., be- 
tween 2d and 3d, 
Fire Reservoir, Market and 6th Sts., 
Fire Reservoir, Orange and 4th Sts, 
Fire Reservoir, Nunn and 3d Sts. 

WILMINGTON & WELDON R. R. 

(Depot, Second and River and between 

Red Cross and Brunswick Streets.) 

OFFICES CAMPBELL AND FEONT STREET. 

President Robt. R. Bridgers. 

ling, and Sup. L. L. Fremont. 

Secretary ^ Treasurer.^. W. Thompson, 

Auditor G. L. Dudley. 

Sup. Transportation. .Wm, Smith. 
Gen. Tic. Agt. ^ ClL.Vf. M. Poisson, 

Store Kee^^er W. G. McRae. 

Marster Mechanic .... Jno. F. Divine. 

WILMINGTON «& MANCHESTER R. R. 

OFFICES AND DEPOT EAGLES ISLAND. 

President John A. Taylor. 

Gen. Superintendent. .Wm. McRae. 
Secretary S; Treasurer.y^. A. Walker. 
General Freight Agt. .Thos. B. Lippitt. 

Ticket Agent Jno. R. Laity. 

Yard Master Jno. G. Green. 

Receiver George C. Hull. 

WILMINGTON. CHARLOTTE & RUTH- 
ERFORD R. R. 

(Depot between Brunswick and Harnett 
Front Street and River.) 

OFFICES PRINCESS BET. FRONT AND SECOND. 

President Robt. H. Cowen. 

GcH. Superintendent . ..W. J. Everett. 
Secretary ^- Treasurer.J. T. Alderman. 
Master Trasjjortation . .\J . H. Allen. 

Freight Agent W. H. Allen. 

Master Mechanic Washington Gill. 

RAIL ROAD BRIDGE CO. 

OFFICE HILTON. 

President R. R. Bridgers. 

Slip. Construction W. H. McDowell. 



Secretary S; Treasurer.^. D. Wallace. 
Contractor W. Bollman. 



NEWSPAPERS. 

Journal Daily Princess Street. 

Journal Weekly Princess Street. 

Star Daily Front Street. 

Car. Far. Monthly . . ..Front Street. 
Post Semi- Weekly .... Front Street. 

(All the names in tliis County are in Wilmington 
unhss otherwise designated.) 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

First Baptist Church (in course of 
construction) Market and Fifth 

Street, , Bap 

Congregation City Hall, Rev. J. C. 

Hiden, Bap 

Mount Holly, , W. M. Kennedy, Bap 

Moors Creek, , W. M. Kennedy, Bap 

Well's Chapel, , W. M. Kennedy, Bap 

Bethlehem, Caintuck, , Bap 

Shilo, Piney Woods. , Bap 

Church, Castle and Fifth Street, Prim. Bap 

Masonboro, , Paul Repiton, Prim. Bap 

First Church, Campbell and Fifth, 

M. M. Johnson, (Col.) Bap 

Second Church, Eleventh between 
Orange and Ann sts. W. H, 
Banks, (Col.) Bap 

St. Thomas, Mark S. Gross, 

Dock between 2nd and 3rd., Catholic 
St. Pauls, Orange and Fourth, Dan'l. 

Morrell, (Col.) Epis 

St. Barnabas, Harnett and Fifth 

Street, vacant, (Col.) Epis 

St. James, Market and 3rd, Rev. A. 
A. Watson, assist. Rev. Geo. 
Patterson. Epis 

St. Johns, Red Cross and 3rd, 

R. E. Terry, Epis 

St. Pauls, Market between, 6th and 

7th, vacant, Epis 

Red Cross and Campbell, D. P. 

Leaton, (Col.) A. E. Meth 

Church and 7th sts., Ellis Lavener, 

(Col.) Z. E. Meth 
Front and Walnut, J. H. Dally, Meth 

Fifth St. between Nunn and Ann, Meth 
Seamen's Bethel, Dock, between 

Front & Water, J. N. Andrews, Free 
Herring Chapel, Long Creek, A. D. 

Betts, Meth 

Scott's Hill, Scott's Hill, A. D. Betts, Meth 

Harrison Creek, , A. D. Betts, Meth 

Orange and Third Sts., W. L. Sin- 

gletary, Pres 

Chapel, Chestnut, between 7th and 

8lh., W. T. Carr, (Col.) Pres 



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Wooster, between 5th and 6th, 

Black River Chapel, , S. C. 

Alexander, Pres 

South River, , S. C. Alexander, Pres 

Moore's Creek, , Colin Shaw, Pres 

Keith Chapel, , Colin Shaw, Pres 

Hopewell, , Colin Shaw, Pres 

Rockfish, , D. B. Black, Pres 

Pike, , D. B. Black, Pres 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Purcell House, Front between Market and 

Princess, J. R. Davis, 
Fulton House, Front between Market and 

Princess, J. W. Doyal, 
Cape Fear Hotel, Chesnut between Front 

and Water, , 

Farmer's Hotel, 56 Nult St., Mrs. E. Gil- 
liken, 
McRae House, Market between Front and 

2d, Mrs. Milligan & Mrs. Hardy, 
Seamen's Home, Dock and Front, W. J. 

Penton, 
Boarding, Front and Chesnut, Mrs. Smith, 
Boarding, Front between Princess and 

Chesnut, Thos. B. Smith, 
Boarding, Market between Second and 

Third, Mrs. Jane Lippitt, 
Boarding, between Walnut and Chesnut, 

Mrs. J. H. Dickson, 
Boarding, Front between Mulberry and 

Red Cross, Mrs. Stevens, 
Boarding, Chesnut between Front and 

Second, Miss J. Pitts, 
Boarding, Mulberry and Front, Mrs. John 

Cowan, 
Boarding, Front between Market and Prin- 
cess, J. A. Clifford, 
Boarding, Front between Market and 

Dock, Brock & Webb, 

LAWYERS. 

Ashe S. A., Princess Street, 
Abbot & Cantwell, Princess Street, 
Bellamy Mursden, Market Street, 
Cutler DeBrutz, Princess Street, 
Davis George, Princess Street, 
Davis Junius, Princess Street, 
Empie Adam, Princess Street, 
Empie W. R., Princess Street, 
Frazier R. B., Pt. Caswell, 
Houston Robert, Long Creek, 
Holmes John L., Front Street, 
Devane W. S. & D. J,. Princess Street, 
London Mauger, Princess Street, 
Moore B. R., Princess Street, 
Meares 0. P., Market Street, 
Meares Thos. D., Market Street, 
McRee, G. J., Second Street, 
Murphey P., S. Water St. 



Nixon R. W., Topsail Soxind, 

Person & French, Market & S. Water, St., 

Poisson Fred. D., Princess St., 

Russell D. L., Princess St., 

Rhodes J. L., Fourth & Harnett, St., 

Strange Robert, Market St., 

Wright & Stedman, Princess St.. 

Waddell H. & A. M., Market St., 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Engines and Stills, Front St., Hart & 

Bailey, 
Turpentine Distillery, Princess and Water 

Sts., T. Denike, 
Turp. Dis., N. Water St., A, H. Van 

Bokkelen, 
Turp. Dis., Dock between Front and Wa- 
ter, J. R. Blossom & Evans, 
Turp. Dis., Dock between Front and River, 

Martin & Hallett, 
Confections, Market between Front and 

Water, F. M. Agostine, 
Confections, Front between Market and 

Princess. C. R. Banks & Co., 
Casks, Barrels and Cooperage Stuffs, Surry 

between Church and Castle, Strausz & 

Rice, 
Lumber, Castle St., and River, J. C. Mann, 
Casks, Barrels and Kegs, S. Water Street, 

Wilder & Son, 
Cooperage Stuffs, Eagles Island, W. G, 

Steele, 
Distillery Spirits Tur. from Wood, Red 

Cross and River, Stanley, 

Wilmington Manufacturing Co. Casks 

Barrels and Cooperage Stock, Surry 

and Queen Sts., J. H. Woodruff, Pres., 
Spirit Barrels and Cooperage Stock, Castle 

and River, Ignatius Graefl, 
Wilmington Fibre Company, Fibre from 

Cane, Dawson St. and River, A. B. 

Jones Sup., 
Scuppernong Champagne, Front between 

Market and Dock Sts., L. A. Hart, 
Soda Water and Pop, Church and Front, 

L. K. London & Co., 
Turp. Dis., (Steam), Brunswick St., and 

River, Lamb & Repiton, 
Turpentine Distillery, Point Caswell, An- 
ders & Simpson, 
Turp. Dis., N. Water Street, A. H. Van 

Bokkelen, 
Turp. Dis., Leesberg, Murphey & Powers 
Turp. Dis., Dock Street, Martin A Hallitt, 
Turp. Dis., Red Cross and Nutt Streets, 

Stanley, 

Turp. Dis., Point Caswell, R. P. & P. P. 

Paddison, 
Turp. Dis., Brunswick St., and River, 

Lamb & Repiton, 
Turp. Dis., Long Creek, Cox & Davis, 
Turp. Dis., Princess and Water, T. Denike, 



Ludus Muud!, or " Geographical Game," Patent, 

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Sbip Building and Marine Railway, 

Church St., and River, Cassidey Bros., 
Ship Building and Marine Railway, Eagles 

Island, W. L. 'Berry, 
Sadies and Harness, N. 1st St., Jas. 

Topham & Co., 
Saddles and Harness, Market St., James 

Wilson, 

MERCHANTS AND TRADESMEN. 

Worth & Daniel, South Water St., 

Phila. and South. Stm. Ship Line Agts 
Worth & Daniel, South Water St., 

N. Y. and N. C. Steam Ship Line Agts 
Shepperson (A. B.) & Co.,N. Water 

St., Bait., and Wil., S. S. Line Agts 
Williams & Murchison, N. Water 

St., N. Y. Di?p. Line (Sailing) Agts 
Williams & Murchison, N. Water 

St., Fay. Strs. Marion & R. E. Lee Agts 
Harris & Howell, N. Water St., 

Steam Tug Boats Agts 
Paddison R. P., Point Caswell, 

Pt. Caswell Steamer Mary Eleanor Agt 
Worth & Daniel, South Water St., 
Cape Fear & Fayett. Strs. A. 

P. Hurt & Gov. Worth Agts 
Atkinson Jno. W., 11 & 12 N. Water 

St., Insurance Agt 

DeRossett & Co., 6 N. Water St., 

Insurance Agts 
George E. P., 5 N. Water St. 

Insurance Agt 
Smith (W. L.) & Co., Front between 

Market & Princess, Insurance A.gts 

Spearman Jno. E., Front between 

M. and P. Sts., Insurance Agt 

Barry Brothers. 35 N. Water St., 

Insurance Agts 
Byrne Jno. H.,11 & 12 N. Water St., 

Insurance Agt 
Cameron F. H., 32 N. Water St., 

Insurance Agt 
Perry B. L., Jr., 5 N. Water St., 

Insurance Agt 
Cronly & Morris, 5 N. Water St., 

Auctioneers 
Wert S. M., S. Water St., Auctioneer 

Van Ambrage S., S. Water St., Auctioneer 
Lepman A., 2d bet. Market and 

Dock, Bakery 

Patton Wm., Market bet. Front and 

fcecond. Bakery 

Thorburn R., Front bet. Dock and 

Orange, " Eagle Bakeiy," 

Banks (C. R.) & Co., Front, bet. 

Market and Princess, Bakery, 

Bloom Peter, Fourth bet. Red Cross 

and Campbell, Bakery 

Mayer C. R., Market bet. Front and 

Second, "Chrystal Fountain Bakery," 
Burriss E. E., Front and Prince.ss, 

Pres. First National Bank 



Hunt R. B., Dock bet. Front and 

Market, Acting Cash. Freed Sav. Bank 
Cassidy Brothers, Church & Surry 

Sts., Boat Builders 

Ellis & Welch, S. Water St., Boat Builders 
Berry W. L., Eagle's Island, Boat Builder 
Morse Sol. W., Second bet. Orange 

and Ann, Boat Builder 

Dawson James, Front bet. Market 

and Princess, Banker 

Bun (Jas. G.) & Co., Front bet. 

Market and Princess, Bankers 

Cronly & Morris, 5 N. Water St., 

Stock and Real Estate Brokers, 
Cantwell & Rankin, S. Water St., 

Produce Brokers 
Andrews W. S. G., S. Water St., 

Produce Broker 
Van Ambrage Geo., Jr., S. Water St., 

Produce Broker 
Alderman & Player, 38 N. Water 

St., Produce Broker 

Robinson Chas., S. Water Street, 

Produce Broker 
Brown L., 4 N. Water St., 

Boot and Shoe Maker 
Bradley G. & C, 41 Market St., 

Boot and Shoe Makers 
Penney — , Third and Orange Sts., 

Boot and Shoe Maker 
Van Der Kimer H., Market and 2d 

Sts., Boot and Shoe Maker 

Shutte Henry, Market bet. 2d &. 3d 

Sts., Boot and Shoe Maker 

Brueman J., Second and Market 

Sts., Boot and Shoe Maker 

Vass J. C, S. Front St., 

Boot and Shoe Maker 
Bradley G. & C, 41 Market St., 

Boot and Shoe Dealers 
Brown L., 4 South Water St., 

Boot and Shoe Dealer 
Aaron & Rheinstein. 25 Market St., 

Boot and Shoe Dealers 
Walker & Bradley, Market and Front, 

Boot and Shoe Dealers 
Lyons Jacob, Market and Water 

Boot and Shoe Dealers 
Baer (Sol) & Bro., 18 Market St., 

Boot and Shoe Dealers 
Waldron R. S., 7 North Water St., 

Boot and Shoe Dealer 
Heinsberger P., 39 Market St., Bookbinder 
Bernard W. H., Front St., between 

Market and Princess, Boekbinder 

Love J. D., Front St., between Mar- 
ket and Princess, Books and Staionery 
WhitakerT. S., 51 Market St., 

Books and Stationery 
Heinsberger'P., 39 Market St., 

Books and Stationery 
Neff Joseph H., S. Water St., 

Billiard Saloon 



JOHi^ ARMSTROP^G, Blank Book Manufacturer, 

RALEIGH, N. 0. (See advertieing page.) 



BITSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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Brock & Webb, Front St., between 

Market and Dock, Billiard Saloon 

Cape Fear Club, Water St., between 

Market and Princess, Billiard Saloon 
Bappler George, City Market, Butcher 
Davis W. E., City Market, Butcher 

Cowan John, (col.,) City Market, Butcher 
Hanchey Owen, City Market, Butcher 
Johnson A. J., City Market, Butcher 

Johnson Thos. J., City Market, Butcher 
Jarrell John F., City Market, Butcher 
King J. J., City Market, Butcher 

King J. J., jr.. City Market, Butcher 

King J. B., City Market, Butcher 

King Jas. J., City Market, Butcher 

King Isaac W., City Market, Butcher 

Tilley Fletcher, City Market, Butcher 
Tilley Geo., City Market, Butcher 

Tilley James, City Market, Butcher 

Vann W. T., Washington Market, Butcher 
King Joseph, City Market, Butcher 

Newton W, J., Upper Rlack River, 

near Harrol's Store, Blacksmith 

Burt S., Nutt & Mullberry sts.. Blacksmith 
Hart & Bailey, Front St., between 

Market and Dock, Blacksmiths 

Lowery James, (col.,j Princess and 

3d Sts., Blacksmith 

Yopp & Wolvin, 2d and Princess, 
K^_ Cabinet Makers 

Bappler Jno., Princess St., between 

Front and Second sts., Cabinet Maker 
Happ H., Ann and Front St., Cab. Maker 
Harlsfield A. A., North Front St., 

China, Glass and Earthen Ware 
Higbie J. S., South Front St., 

China, Glass and Earthen Ware 
James & Brown, 2d St , between 
Princess and Chesnut, 

Civil Engineerers and Surveyors 
Bhodes J. L., Harnett and 4th Sts., 

Civil Engineer and Surveyor 
Aaron & Rheinstein, 28 Market St., 

Clothing 
Baer (Sol) & Bro., 18 Market St., Clothing 
Baer Meyer, 37 N. Water St., Clothing 
Bloominglhal & Levy, 40 Market St., 

Clothing 
David A., 27 Market St., Clothing 

Baer & Sternberger, 45 M'ket St., Cloth tng 
Goodman Wm., N. Water St., Clothing 
Goodman B., 10 Market St., Clothing 

Gottberg N., 46 Market St., Clothing 

Herbert & Lewenstein, 15 Mar- 
ket St., Clothing 
Jacobi N., 44 Market St., Clothing 
Katz M. M. & Co., 23 Market St., Clothing 
Loeb & Elsback, 89 Market St., Clothing 
Lyons J., Market and Water Sts., Clothing 

MuDson A Co., 38 Market St., 

Clothing 

Newman & Greenberry, 13 Mar- 
ket St., Clothing 



Newman D. & J., 14 Market St., Clothing 
Sampson J. & M., 43 Markat St., Clothing 
Weil A. & Co., 11 Market St., Clothing 
Wronsky, A. & J., 61 Market St., Clothing 
Parsley (0. G.) & Co., Water and Mul- 
berry Sts., Coal Dealers 
Harris & Howell, 23 N. Water St., 

Coal Dealers 
Worth & Daniel, S. Water St. Coal Dealers 
Keen J. L,. Princess and Fifth Sts., 

Contractor and Builder 
Murphy William, Front St., 

Contractor and Builder 
Walker James, N. Water St., 

Contractor and Builder 
Post James F., Princess St., 

Contractor and Builder 
Sholer & McClammey, Fifth and 

Nunn Sts., Contractors and Builders 
Yopp & Wolvin, Second and Prin- 
cess Sts. Contractors and Builders 
Summerell G. M., Fifth bet. Prin- 
cess and Chesuut, Contractor and Builder 
Swann B. F., Church bet. Seventh 

and Eighth Sts., Contractor and Builder 
James F. M., Wooster bet. Seventh 

and Eighth Sts., Contractor and Builder 
Radclitf R. S., Chesnut bet. Fourth 

and Fitth Sts., Contractor and Builder 
Rose George W., Mulberry and 

Sixths Sts., Contractor and Builder 
Walker Richard, Princess and Se- 
cond Sts., Contractor and Builder 
Sholar John, Dock between Sixth 

and Seventh Sts., Contractor and Builder 
Anderson (Jas.) & Co., 9 S. Water St., 

Commission Merchants 
Adrien & Vollers, Dock and Front 

Sts., Commission Merchants 

Barry Brothers, 85 N. Water St., 

Commission Merchants 
Cannon Stokley & Co., 5 S. Water 

St., Commission Merchants 

Cammeron & Hill, 32 N. Water St., 

Commission Merchants 
Cronly & Morris, 5 N. Water St., 

Commission Merchants 
Chadburn (Jas. H.) & Co., 7 Dock 

St., Commission Merchants 

DeRossett & Co., 6 N. Water St., 

Commission Merchants 
Denmark S, H., 6 S. Water St. 

Commission Merchant 
Edwards & Hall, 3 S. Water St., 

Commission Merchants 
Filers H. B., Market and Water St., 

Commission Merchant 
Finlayson & Bro.s,, UN. Water St., 

Commission Merchants 
Planner W. B., 25 N. Water St., 

Commission Merchant 
Harris & Howell, 23 N. Water St., 

Commission Merchants 



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Johnson Alex. & Co., 9 S. Water 

St., Commission Merchants 

Keichner F. W., 27 8th 9th N. Wa- 
ter St., Commission Meichant 
Keath E. A. 22 N. Water St., 

Commission Merchant 
Lutterloh W. H., 8 S. Water St., 

Commission Merchant 
Mitchell & Huggins, 9 N. Water 

St., Commission Merchants 

Martin Alfred, 5 Dock St., Com. Merchant 
Kidder Edward & Sons, Dock and 

Water St., Commission Merchants 

McRary (W. H.) & Co., 35 N. Water 

St., Commission Merchants 

Moffitt & Co., 35 N. Water st. 

Commission Merchants 
Muiry Eli., 26 N. Water st.. 

Commission Merchant 
Northrop & Cummings, 15 N. Water 

St., Commission Merchants 

Peiteway & Moore, 25 N. Water st., 

Commission Merchants 
Parsley (0. G.) & Co., Water and 

Mulbery sts., Commission Merchants 
Robinson Chas., 4 S. Water st., 

Commission Merchant 
Sheperson (A. B.) & Co., 11 12 N. 

Water st., Commission Merchants 

gprunt & Hinson, 35 N. Wa- 
ter St., Commission Merchants 
Turlington W. H., 35 N. Water st., 

Commission Merchant 
Vick & Mebane, Nutt and Mulberry 

sts., Commission Mercnants 

Van Ambrage Stacy, 8 S. Water st., 

Commission Merchant 
Williams & Murchison, 8 N. Water 

St., Commission Merchants 

Worth & Daniel, S. Water st., 

Commission Merchants 
West S. N., 7 S. Water St., Com. Merchant 
Wescott E., Princess and Water sts.. 

Commission Merchant 
Willard Brothers, 30 31 N. Water 

St., Commission Merchants 

Wallace & Southerland, Nutt st.. 

Commission Mi'rchants 
Lamb & Repiton, Brunswick st. & 

River, Compress Cotton 

Agostini F. M., 16 Market st.. 

Confectionery and Fruiter 
Flanagan L., 42 Market st.. 

Confectionery and Fruiter 

Myres C. R , 35 Market St., 

Coufectionery and Fruiter 
Meyer H., Leesburg, Con. and Fruiter 
Banks (Chas.) & Co., Front between 

Market and Princess, Con. and Fruiters 
Thorburn Robt., Front between 

Dock and Orange, Con. and Fruiter 
Patton Wm., 46 Market bet. Front 

and 2nd, Confectionery and Fruiter 



Lippitt W. H., Market and Front sts., 

Druggist 
McLinn H., Marke* and Front sts.. 

Druggist 
Willis Elijah, 4T Market St., 

Druggist 
Sconwald J. T., Princess between 

Front and 2nd, Druggist 

Broadhurst John, Long Creek, Druggist 
Mebane J. A., Front and Prin- 
cess sts.. Druggist 
Robinson Newton, Market bet. 2nd 

and 3rd sts., Druggist 

Swann Frank, Front bet. Princess 

and Chestnut sts.. Druggist 

Aarons & Rheinstein, 25 Market st., 

Dry Goods 
Hedrick Jno., 7 Front St., Dry Goods 
Bear (Sol.) & Brothers, 18 Mar- 
ket st.. Dry Goods 
Bear Meyer, 37 Water st.. Dry Goods 
Blumingthal & Levy, 40 Mar- 
ket St., Dry Goods 
David A., 27 Market st., Dry Goods 
Dawson John, 19 Market st., Dry Goods 
Bear & Steinberger, 45 Mar- 
ket St., Dry Goods 
Bell S. H., Long Creek, Dry Goods 
Goodman Wm., N. Water st., Dry Goods 
Goodman B., 10 Market st.. Dry Goods 
Herbert & Lewenstein, 15 Mar- 
ket st.. Dry Goods 
Jacobi N., 44 Market st.. Dry Goods 
Katz M. M. & Co., 23 Market st.. Dry Goods 
Loeb & Elsback, 39 Market St.. Dry Goods 
Lyons Jacob, Market and 

Front sts.. Dry Goods 

Ledderer Joseph, 29 Market st.. 

Dry Goods 
Lee Mitton, " Harrols Store " Dry Goods 
Cox & Davis, Long Creek, Dry Goods 

Hart G., 53 Market St.. Dry Goods 

Newman & Greeuberg, 13 Mar- 
ket St., Dry Goods 
Newman D. & J.. 14 Market st.. Dry Goods 
Sampson J. & H., 43 Mar- 
ket St., Dry Goods 
Weil A. & Co., 11 Market st., Dry Goods 
Wronsky A. & J., 61 Market st,. 

Dry Goods 

Johnson , "Harrol's Store" Dry Goods 

Robinson A. T., 36 Market st., Dry Goods 
Waldron R. S.. 7 N Water st.. Dry Goods 
Gottsbera N. , 46 Market st., Dry Goods 
Williams Jas., Front bet. Market 

and Princess sts.. Dry Goods 

Southern Express, Front, between Market 

and Princess sts.. 
Hart & Bailey, Front, between Market 

and Dock sts., Brass and Iron Founders 
W. & W. Depot, Front and Hanover 

Sts,, Brass and Iron Foundery 



JOHN ABMSTROIXG, Book Binder, 

EALEIGH, N. <X (See advei-tisiiig paga) 



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W. & M. Depot, Eagle's Island, 

Brass and Iron Foundery 
Smith Daniel A., Front, between 

Market and Dock sts., Furniture 

Wood R. B., jr., Princess, between 

Market and 2d sts., Furniture 

Gas House Castle and Surry sts.. Gas 
McDamott John, Surry, between 

Castle and Church sts., Gas Fitter 

Dyruott Kobert, City, Gas Fitter 

Denmark S. H., 6 S. Water st.. 

Grain and Feed Store 
Mitchell &Huggins, 9 N. Water st., 

Grain and Feed Store 
Manning S. H., 18 N. Water st.. 

Grain and Feed Store 
Wescott Ephraim, Princess and 

Water sts., Grain and Feed Store 

Oldham W. P., Market, between 2d 

and 3d sts., Grain and Feed Store 

Worth & Daniel, S. Water St., Fertilizers 
Kerchner F. W., 17, 18 and 19 N. 

Water St., Fertilizers 

McRary (W. H.) & Co., 32 N. Water 

St., Fertilizers 

Wallace & Southerland, Nutt st., F'tilizers 
Sprunt Si Hinsou, 35 N. Water St., 

Fertilizers 
Sheperson (A. B.) &Co., 11 and 12 

N. Water St., Fertilizers 

Johnson (Alex) & Co., 9 S. Water 

St., Fertilizers 

DeRossett & Co.,6 N. Water st.. Fertilizers 
Adrien & Vollers, Front and Dock 

Sts., Wholesale Grocers 

Bauman J. G., Market and Front sts.. 

Wholesale Grocer 
Cowan & Metz, 7 Market st., 

Wholesale Grocers 
Hyer J. C, Water and Princess sts.. 

Wholesale Grocer 
Cannon, Stokley & Co., 5 S. Water 

St., Wholesale Grocers 

French Fred F., 10 S, Water st.. 

Wholesale Grocer 
Kerchner F. W., 27, 28 N. Water st., 

Wholesale Grocer 
Murry Eli, 26 N. Water st.. 

Wholesale Grocer 
Myers Geo., S. Front st., Wholesale Grocer 
Newman P., Water and Chesnut sts.. 

Wholesale Grocer 
Peschau Ed., 36 K Water st.. 

Wholesale Grocer 
Parsley (0. G.) & Co., Water and 

Mulberry sts.. Wholesale Grocers 

Lewis Thos. C, 8 Market st.. 

Wholesale Grocer 
Sheperson (A. B.) & Co., 11 and 12 

N. Water st. Wholesale Grocer 

Stevens W. M. & J. C, 61 Market St., 

Wholesale Grocers 



Teinken C, Front between Market 

and Dock sts.. Wholesale Grocer 

Williard Brothers, 30 and 31 N. Wa- 
ter St., Wholesale Grocers 
Williams & Murchison, 8 N. Water St., 

Wholesale Grocers 
Armstrong Thos. J., N. Water st.. 

Retail Grocer 
Ahrens & Brc, Eighth and Mar- 
ket sts., Retail Grocers 
Blossom Sam, Castle and Seventh sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Burnett Robt, B., Brunswick and 

Fourth sts.. Retail Grocer 

Biven Wm., Long Creek, Retail Grocer 
Bremer Henry, Dock and Front sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Bolin Martin, Front, between Castle 

and Queen sts., Retail Grocer 

Bremer Nick, Castle and Fifth sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
Bissinger C, Princess and Sixth sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
Bagg H. A , N. Water st., Retail Grocer 
Bremer & Bro., Market and 2nd sts.. 

Retail Grocers 
Bunting David E., 39 N. Water st., 

Retail Grocer 
Bloom P., Red Cross and Fourth sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
Bloom H. H., Chesnut and Fifth sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Beaman J. G., Market and Front sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Biddle W. H., Castle and Sixth sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Colville A. G., " Harrol's Store," 

Retail Grocer 
Cannon, Stokeley & Co., 4 S. Wa- 
ter St., Retail Grocers 
Dock C. H., N. Water st.. Retail Grocer 
Cowan & Metz, 7 Market St., 

Retail Grocers 
Edwards & Hall, 3 S. Water st.. 

Retail Grocers 
Eckel Mrs. H.. Front and Dock sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
French Fred. F., 10 S. Front st.. 

Retail Grocer 
Finke H., Second bet. Market and 

Dock sts.. Retail Grocer 

Grotgen J. H., N. Water st., Retail Grocer 
Grotgen Wm., Castle and Front sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Hyer John C, Princess and Wa- 
ter sts.. Retail Grocer 
Haws & Co., Pt. Caswell, Retail Grocers 
Howe & Smith, Newkirk's Bridge, 

U. B. River, Retail Grocers 

Haar H., Chesnut and Seventh st?.. 

Retail Grocer 
Heines John H., Second bet. Mar- 
ket and Princess sts., Retail Grocer 



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Hutafif H., N Water st., Retail Grocer 
Heines J. F., N. Water st., Retail Grocer 
Hashugen H., Wal. and Fourth sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Huggins J. B., Mar. and Second sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Hardwick J. M., 59 Market st., 

Retail Grocer 
Haar John, Mulberry bet. Third 

and Fourth sts., Retail Grocer 

Hassell C, Bruns. and Fourth sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Hutaff H., Nixon and Sixth sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Horrill William, Battie's Bridge, 

Retail Grocer 
Kuhl H., Harnetand Sixth, Retail Grocer 
Koch J. C, Orange and Front sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
Koch J. C, Nunn and Third sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Klander & Grotgen, Front and 

Church sts.. Retail Grocers 

Kennedy D., Church and Fourth sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
Litgen Henry, N. Water st., Retail Grocer 
Lewis T. C, 8 Market st.. Retail Grocer 
Litgen D., Fourth bet. Church and 

Castle sts., Retail Grocer 

Myers Geo., Front bet. Market and 

Dock sts.. Retail Grocer 

Meyer H., Leesburg, Retail Grocer 

Mohr Nick, Church and Fifth sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
Mohr C. H., Second bet. Market 

ond Dock sts., Retail Grocer 

Neff J. H., Dock and Water sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
Newman P., Water and Chesnut sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
Ohlandt H., Front bet. Dock and 

Orange sts.. Retail Grocer 

Price R. A., Front and Queen sts., 

Retail Grocer 
PaddersonR. P.,Pt. Caswell, Retail Grocer 
Pigford John, Leesburg, Retail Grocer 
Peschau E., 36 N. Water st., Retail Grocer 
Player & Alderman, 38 N. Water st.. 

Retail Grocer 
Poppe J., Nutt and Red Cross sts. 

Retail Grocer 
Rump & Meyer, 14 N, Water st.. 

Retail Grocers 
Reeder H., Mulberry and Front sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Rulf J. F., Nutt and Walnut sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
Schulken Chas., N. Water st., Retail Grocer 
Steinken Geo., Hanover and Sec. 

ond sts., Retail Grocer 

Schulken E., Red Cross and 

Front sts., Retail Grocer 



Schulken H., Walnut and Fourth sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Smith T. H., 32 Market st.. Retail Grocer 
Stevens W. M. & J. C, 61 Mar- 
ket St., Retail Grocers 
Straus & Smith, Front bet. Market 

and Dock, Retail Grocers 

Straus J. W., Nutt St., Retail Grocer 

Straus J. W., Second bet. Hanover 

and Brunswick sts., Retail Grocer 

Satchwell S. S., Rocky Point, Retail Grocer 
Schutt M., Castle and Fourth sts., 

Betail Grocer 
Schulken M., Dock and Water sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
Smith P., Campbell and Fourth sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Smith J, D., S. Water st., Retail Grocer 
Statter Henry, Ann and Front sts., 

Retail Grocer 
Stalges D., Queen and Sixth sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
Smith H., Fourth bet. Mulberry 

and Walnut, sts. Retail Grocer 

Feitgen Chas., Front bet. Market 

and Dock sts., Retail Grocer 

Ulrich H., Front and Church sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
VoUers L., 48 Market St., Retail Grocer 
Williams Geo. W., Front between 

Dock and Orange sts.. Retail Grocer 
Walker Rich., Princess and 2nd sts.. 

Retail Grocer 
Wilson James, 9 Market st., Hardware 
Peck Geo. A., Front between Mar- 
ket and Dock sts., Hardware 
Dawson, Teal & Henning, 19 Mar- 
ket St.. Hardware 
Anderson J. H., 11 N. Front st.. 

Hats, Caps, &c 
Baer (Sol) & Bro., 18 Market st.. 

Hats, Caps, &c 
Walkfr & Bradley, Market and 

Front sts.. Hats, Caps, &c 

Falcon & Son, 10 Dock st.. 

Hides and Leather 
Brown & Anderson, 37 Market st., Jewelers 
Dinglehoef M., 57 Market st., Jewelers 
Adrien & Vollers, Dock and Front st,. 

Liquors and Wines 
Burnbill H., 2 N. Water st., 

Liquors and Wines 
Burnett R. B., Burnswick and 

Fourth sts.. Liquors and Wines 

Biven Wm., Long Creek, Liq. and Wines 
Bremer Henry, Dock and Front sts., 

Liquors and Wines 
Bolin Martin, Front between Castle 

and Queen sts., Liquors and Wines 

Bissinger C, Princess and Sixth sts., 

Liquors and Wines 
Baggs H. A., N. Water st., Liq. and Wines 



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Bremer & Brothers., Market and 

Second sts., Liquors and Wines 

Bunting D. E., 39 N. Water st., 

Liquors and Wines 
Bauman J. G., Market and 

Front sts., Liquors and Wines 

Biddle W. H., Castle aud Sixtli sts., 

Liquors and Wines 
Colville A. S., "Harrol's Store," 

Liquors and Wines 
Cannon, Stokley & Co., 4 S. Water st.. 

Liquors and Wines 
Cowan & Metz, 7 Market st , 

Liquors and Wines 
Dock C. H., N. Water St., Liq. and Wines 
Finke H., S. Second st., Liq. and Wines 
French Fred F., 10 S. Front st., 

Liquors and Wines 
Grotgen J. H., N. Water St., 

Liquors and Wines 
Horrill Wm., Battie's Bridge, 

Liquors and Wines 
Hyer J. C, Princess and Water sts., 

Liquors and Wines 
Haws & Co., Pt. Caswell, Liq. and Wines 
Howe & Smith, Newkirk's Bridge, 

Liquors and Wines 
Haar Henry, Cheanut and 7th sts., 

Liquors and Wines 
Heines Jno. H., Second between 

Mark't and Princess sts., Liq. and Wines 
Hutaff H., N. Water St., Liq. and Wines 
Heines J. F., N. Water St., 

Liquors and Wines 
Hashagen H., Wal. and Fourth sts.. 

Liquors and Wines 
Haar John, Mulberry between 

Third and Fourth sts., Liq. and Wines 
Hassell C, Brunswick and Fourth sts., 

Liquors and Wines 
Kuhl H., Harnet and Sixth sts.. 

Liquors and Wines 
Koch Jno. C, Front and Orange sts.. 

Liquors and Wines 
Koch Jno. C, Nunn and Fourth sts., 

Liquors and Wines 
Kennedey D., Church and Fourth sts., 

Liquors and Wines 
Litgen Henry, N. Water st., 

Liquors and Wines 
Lewis Thos. C, 8 Market st., 

Liquors and Wines 
Litgen D., N. Water st., Liq. and Wines 
Myres Geo., S. Front st., Liq. and Wines 
Meyer H., Leesburg, Liquors and Wines 
Mohr Nick, Church and Fifth sts., 

Liquors and Wines 
Mohr C. H., Second between Mar- 
ket and Dock sts.. Liquors and Wines 
Newman P., Chesnut and Water sts., 

Liquors .Tud Wines 
Neff Jos. H., Water and Dock sis., 

Liquors and AVines 



Ohlandt H., Front between Dock 

and Orange sis.. Liquors and Wines 
Peschau Ed., 86 Water st,, 

Liquors and Wines 
Player & Alderman, 38 N. Wa.- 

terst., Liqaors and Wines 

Pigford John, fieesburg, Liq.. and Wines 
Poppe J., JNutl and Red Cross sts., 

Licjuors and Wines 
Paddersou R. P., Point Caswell, 

Liquors und Wines 
Price R. A.., Front and Queen sts.. 

Liquors and Wines 
Reeden H., Front & Mnlbery sts., 

jjiquors and Wines 
RalfJ. F., Null and Walnut sts.. 

Liquors and Wines 
Smith & Straus, S. Front St., 

Liquors and Wines 
Straus J. W., Nutt st., Liquor.'; and Wines 
Strau.s J. W., 2nd between Hanover 

and Biunswick sts.. Liquors and Wines 
Steinken Geo., Hanover aud2ad sts., 

Liquors and Wines 
Schulken E. Red Cross & Front sts., 

Liquors and Wines 
Schulken Martin, Dock and Wa- 
ter sts.. Liquors aii<l Wines 
Smith J. Jfi, S. Water st., Liq. and Wines 
Schutt Miller, Castle and 4th sts.. 

Liquors and Wines 
Schulken C, N. Water st., Liq. and Wines 
Smith H., 4th between Mulberry 

and Walnut, Liquors and Wines 

Schulken H., 4lh and Walnut, sts., 

Liquors and Wines 
Stalter Henry, Ann and Front sts.. 

Liquors and Wines 
Stalges D., Queen and 6th sts.. 

Liquors and Wines 
Teinken C, S. Front si., Liq. and Wines 
Teitgen C, Orange & 3rd sts.. 

Liquors and Wines 
Ulrich H., Front and Church sts.. 

Liquors and Wines 
Vollers L., 48 Market St., Liq. and Wines 
Walker Richardson, 2nd and Prin- 
cess sts., Liquors and Wines 
Sutton & Childs, Princess and 

Front sts., Lock and Gun Smiths 

Cott Nefif, S. Water St., 

Lock and Gun Smith 
Polly H. N., Princess between Front 

and Water, Lock and Gun Smith 

Walker & Maunder, Walnut and 

Front sts., Marble Works 

Ifliiason & io.} 38 Mai lie! St., 

Merchant Tailor 
Lynch Wra., 30 Afarket &t., Mer. Taylor 
Bear Sol. & Ruth, 18 Market st., 

Merchant Tailors 
King Yf . H., 18 Market St., Mer. Tailor 
Luvnsdeu Mrs., N. Front st.. Millinery 



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Aaron & Rheinstein, Market st., Millinery 
Bond Mrs. M. E., 34 Market st., Millinery 
Flanagan iUrs. L., 42 lUurket St., 

miiiinerj' 

Sanopson J. & H., 48 Market st., Millinery 
Katz M. M., Market st.. Millinery 

Brown A. D., Market and Front sts., 

Millinery 
Lunisden Mrs., Front st., Mantuamaking 
McLavvsonMrs., Mark'tst., Manluamaking 
Bond Mrs. M. E., 34 Market st., 

Manluamaking 
Croom Mrs., Fourth and Hano- 
ver sts., Mantuamaking 
Redding Mrs., Market st., Mantuamaking 
Foster Miss Kate, Hanover st., 

Mantuamaking 
Aldrige Mrs., 3 between Nunn and 

Ann sts., Mantuamaking 

Tracy Mrs., Market st., Mantuamaking 
Boyds Miss., S. Front st., Mantuamaking 
Loeb Jacob, 9 S, Water St., 

French Vice Consul 
Surunt Alex., N. Water st., 

British Vice Consul 
Lord Fred. J., Market St., 

Spanish Vice Consul 
Martin S. N,, Market st., 

Danish Vice Consul 
Parsley 0. G.. jr.. Water and Mul- 
berry sis., Brazilian Vice Consul 
DeRossett W. L., 4 N. Water st.. 

Porluoal Vice Consul 
Vauorsdell C. M , 38 Mailiet St., 

Photographer 
Yates C. W , 34 Market st., Photographer 
Clifford J. A., N. Front St., PliOtographer 
Fanning P. W., Front bet. Orange 

and Ann sts., H'se, Ship and Sign P't'r 
Kling Fred., N. Water St., 

Hou.se, Ship and Sign Painter 
Parker John A., S. Second st., 

House, Ship and Sign Painter 
Bryant Wm., Wooster and Sixth sts.. 

House, Ship and Sign Painter 
Engelhard & Price, Princess st., 

Book and Job Printers 
Bernard W. H., Front St., 

Book and Job Printer 
Office of the " Po.st," Front st.. 

Book and Job Printers 
Burr Ancrom B., Second and Ann sts.. 

Notary Pubhc 
Cummings J. D. , Princess between 

Eighth and Ninth sts.. Notary Public 
Bowden H. M., Ann and Fifth sts.. 

Notary Public 
Evans Thos., Nunn bet. Second and 

Third sts., Notary Public 

Gardner J. D., Mulberry bet Fourth 

and Fifth sts.. Notary Public 

Granger J, B., Orange bet. Fourth 

and Fifth, sts., Notary Public 



Loeb Jacob, Front bet. Dock and 

Orange, sts. Notary Public 

Poisson W. M., Mulberry between 

Sixth and Seventh sts., Notary Public 

Morris Richard, Second bet. Nunn 

and Ann sts.. Notary Public 

Smith W. L., Front bet. Market and 
Princess sts.. Notary Public 

Walker Asa K., Market bet. Third 

and Sixth sts.. Notary Public 

Wilson W. A., Nunn bet. Fourth 

and Fifth sts.. Notary Public 

Burkhimer H., 6 Market at.. 

Tobacco, Segars and Snufif 

Vansickle J., 12 Market st.. 

Tobacco, Segars and Snuff 

Adrien & Vollers, Dock an Front sis.. 

Tobacco, Segars and Snuff 

Edwards & Hall, 3 S. Water st., 

Tobacco, Segars and Snuff 

Sutton & Childs, Princess and 
Front sts.. Tinners and Sheet Iron 

Polly H. N., Princess st.. 

Tinner and Sheet Iron 

Neff A. B., S. Front st.. 

Tinner and Sheet Iron 

Wolvin & Yopp, Princess and Sec- 
ond sts.. Undertakers 

Willis C. F. Second between Mar- 
ket and Princess, Undertaker 

Holmes Duncan, (col.), Mulberry 
and Nutt sts., Wheelwright 

Newton N. J., Cross Road near Har- 

rol's Store N. Black River Wheelwright 

Clark , Chestnut St., Wheelwright 

Lowery Jas., (col.,) Princess and 

Third sts.. Wheelwright 

Robinson Irving, S. Second st.. 

Livery Stables 

Currie L. A., Princess and Sec- 
ond sts., Livery Stables 

Southerland & Stegal, Princess 
and Third sts., Livery Stables 

Harris Thoa. M., Front st., News Dealer 

Heinsberger P., Market st.. News Dealer 

Topham (Jas.) & Co., N. Front St., 

Saddlery 

Wilson Jas., Market st.. Saddlery 

Cassidey Bros., Church and River sts.. 

Ship Builders and Marine Railway 

Berry W". L., Eagle's Island, 

Ship Builders and Marine Railway 

Sutton & Childs, Princess and 

Front sts.. Stove Dealers 

Neff A. B., S. Front st.. Stove Dealer 

Netf J. H., Dock and Water sts.. 

Ship Chandlery 

Lii)pitt (J. E.) & Co., 12 Dock st., 

Ice Dealers 

Lippitt (J. E.) & Co., Front bet. 

Mulberry and Walnut sts.. Ice Dealers 

Walker, Meares & Co., Front bet. 

Market and Princess sts.. Ice Dealers 



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Brock & Webb, "Globe Saloon," S. 

Front St., Res., Bar Room and Saloon 
Neff J. H., S. Water St., 

Restaurant, Bar Room and Saloon 
Purcell House, N. Front St., 

Restaurant, Bar Room and Saloon 
Fulton House, N. Front st., 

Restaurant, Bar Room and Saloon 
Kling Fred, Nutt St., 

Restaurant, Bar Room and Saloon 
Marcus H., 20 Market st.. 

Restaurant, Bar Room and Saloon 
Mayor Fred, 5 S. Front st., 

Restaurant. Bar Room and Saloon 
Herring Mat.. N. Second st., 

Restaurant, Bar Room and Saloon 
Eyden R. F., N. Second St., 

Restaurant, Bar Room and Saloon 
Walker Richard, Princess and 2d sts.. 

Restaurant, Bar Room and Saloon 
Bauman J. G., Market and Front sts.. 

Restaurant, Bar Room and Saloon 
Dumberland A., 19 N. Water st.. 

Restaurant, Bar Room and Saloon 
Rouge G. H. W., N. Front st., 

Restaurant, Bar Room and Saloon 
Scarborough R. J., 4 Market st., 

Restaurant, Bar Room and Saloon 
Stalter Jno., Market and Second sts., 

Restaurant, Bar Room and Saloon 

MINISTERS. 

Andrews .lohn N., Wilmington, Meth 

Dally Jonathan H., Wilmington. Meth 
Belts A. D., Topsail Sound, Meth 

Leaton D. P., Wilm'ng't., (col.) A. E. Meth 
Lavener Ellis, Wil., (col.) Z. E. Meth 

Gibbons Jas., (Bishop), Wil., Catholic 
Gross Mark S., Dock bet. 2 and 3 

Wilmington, Catholic 

Morrell Dune, Wilmington, (Col.) Epis 
Atkinson Thos., (Bishop), Wil., Epis 

Watson A. A., Wilmington, Epis 

Patterson Geo., Wilmington, Epis 

Terry R. E., Wilmington, Epis 

Johnson M. M., Wilmington, (Col.) Bap 
Banks W. H., Wilmington, (Col.) Bap 

Hiden J. C, Wilmington, Bap 

Kennedy W. M., in country, Bap 

Repiton A. Paul, Masonboro, Prim Bap 
Carr W. T., Wilmington, (Col.) Pies 

Singletary H. L., Wilmington, Pres 

Alexander S. C, Black Kiver Chap. Pres 
Shaw Colin, Black River Chapel, Pres 
Black D. B., Black River Chapel, Pres 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Steam, Saw & Plaining, Marstellen and 

Front sts., E. Kidder & Sons, 
Rice, (Steam) Point Peter, Sam'l Potter, 
Steam Flour, 9 N. Water St., Mitchell and 
Huggins, 



Steam Saw and Plaining, Castle and Surry 

sts , Northrop & Cummings, 
Steam Saw, Walnut and Nutt sts., Colville 

and Taylor, 
Steam, Saw and Plaining, S. Front st., E. 

G. Parsley, 
Steam Saw and Plaining, (Clarendon,) 7 

Dock St., J. H. Chadburn, 
Steam Flouring (Cape Fear) Walnut and 

Nutt, Alex. Oldham, 
Steam Corn Mill, Water and Princess sts., 

E. Wescott, 
Steam Saw (California), Nutt St., Wallace 

& Southerland, 
Saw and Grist, Lillington. John Jones, 
Saw and Grist, Rocky Point, W. W. Lane, 
Saw and Grist, Topsail Sound, E. &N. N. 

Nixon, 
Saw and Grist, Ashe's Creek, J. P. Ban- 

nernian. 
Grist, Black River, Alex. Henry, 
Saw and Grist, S. Washington, John D. 

Powers, 
Grist, Upper Black River, Mrs. Newkirk, 
Saw and Grist. Point Caswell, S. B. Costin, 
Saw and Grist, Point Caswell, R. P. & J. 

R. Padderson, 
Grist, Lane Creek, Mrs. E. Williams, 
Saw and Grist, U. B. River, W. B. Reves, 
Grist, U. B. River, Nixon Peters, 
Grist, U. B. River. B. Newkirk, 
Grist, Long Creek, Cox & Davis. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Anderson E. A., Orange and Front st., 

Alexander 0. P., Topsail Sound, 

Berry W. A., Fifth between market and 

Dock sts., 
Bradley A. 0., Front between Orange 

and Dock sts., 
Brice D. M., Second between Nunn and 

Ann sis., 
Bellamy W. G. H., Front and Princess sts., 
Brauriluirst John, Long Creek, 
Cutter F. J., Pricess "Journal Building," 
Davis W. E., Market and Front sts., 
Erikenker I. F., Dock and Front sts., 
Ennett W. T. Burgaw, 
Freeman W. E., Front between Church 

and Mulberry sis., 
Graham D. McL., Moors Creek, 
King F. J. Princess and Front sts., 
Kerr Chs., N. Black River, 
Lane W. M., Rocky Point, 
Love W. J., Market and Front sts., 
Larkins Robl., Long Creek, 
McRee Jas. F., Second between Market 

and Princess sis., 
McRee Jas E. jr., Chestnut and Front sts,, 
Muri)hey H. F.. Rocky Point, 
Newkirk A. F., Middle Sound, 



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Potter F. W., Market between second and 
Third sis., 

Purcell J. B,, Princess and Front sts., 

Kobinson J. S., becond between Princess 
ami Clieistnut sts., 

Robin-son Newton, Market between Second 
and Third sts., 

Shepherd Jas. E., Topsail Sound, 

Scouvvald T. J., Princess st., 

Svvann John, Nium and Fifth sts., 

Leavey J. B., Mount Hope, 

Satchwell S. S., Rocky Point, 

Siiupsen J. F., Point Caswell, 

Thomp.son F., Point Caswell, 

Thomas W. 0., Market and Front sts., 

Thomas G. W., (cold) Sixth and Wal. sts.. 

Walker J. C, Market st., 

Wood Tht)S. F., Princess st., 

YV'' right Adam E., Market st., 

Winans J. E., Cily, 

Piytord , Let'sberg, Dentist 

Carr Thos. B., 38 Market st., Dentist 

Freeman J. H., Market and Sec- 
ond sts., Dentist 

Arrington, B. F., Market and Sec- 
ond sts.. Dentist 

Everett S. S., Market and Sec- 
ond sts. Dentist 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Black River Chapel, Wm. Henry, 
Burgaw Depot, Jesse P. Jordan, 
Cain(uck, C. B. Barnhill, 
Cameron, Mary M. Johnson, 
Colvins Creek, Wm. B. Hunt, 
Harrol's Store, Joseph W. Bland, 
Lillington, Wm. B. Larkins, 
Rocky Point Depot, Jas. H. Durham, 
Wilmington, Ed. R. Brink, 

Deputy P. M., Dexler Taylor, 
Clerks, W. Penny & J. A. Springer, 
Messenger, E. Mann. 

SCHOOLS. 

Seminary, Market bet. Third and Fourth 
sts., Miss Kate Burr and Miss Hatty 
James. 

Union No. 1, (ITq scholars.) Sixth bet. 
Nunn and Ann. Principal, Miss Emily 

D. Stunnvvood ; Assistants, Miss M. E. 
Moore and Miss M. A. K. Rush, 

Hemiiioway No. 2, (140 scholars,) Fourth 
bet. Red Rross and Campbell sts., JMiss 
Mary A. Howe; Assistants, Miss Eliza 

E. Thomas and Miss Sarah E. Haskell, 
Pioneer No. 3, (45 scholars,) at Mason- 

boro Sound, (in country,) Miss Sarah 
D. Phelps, 

(The three above are public free sceools, 
Mis.s Amy M. Bradley, Supt.,) 



Cape Fear Academy, (72 students,) Mul- 
berry bet. Third and Fourth sts., Gen. 
R. E. Colston, 

Academy, Third bet. Dock and Orange, 
sts., J. H. Hinton, 

Classical, Chesnut and Second sts., Geo. 
W. Jewett, 

Seminary, Third bet. Market and Princess 
sts., Miss Kate Kennedy, 

Academy, Princess and Fourth sts., L. 
Meginey, 

Classical, Cottage Lane bet. Dock and 
Orange sts.. Rev. Dane Morrell, 

Seminary, Second bet. Nunn and Ann sts., 
Miss Kate King, 

Seminary, Fourth bet. Princess and Ches- 
nut sts.. Miss Mary Price, 

Seminary, Third bet. Princess and Ches- 
nut sts., Mr.s. L. P. Rothwell, 

Classical High School, Fourth bet. Orange 
and Ann sts., Mrs. Gen. Robt. Ransom, 

Academy, St. John's Parish, Third bet. 
Red Cross and Campbell sts., H. C. 
Skinner, 

Seminary, (col.) Seventh bet. Nunn and 
Ann sts.. Miss Laura Noble and As- 
sistants, 

Primary, (col.) Sixth bet. Red Cross and 
Campbell sts., Miss Lee and As- 
sistants, 

Primary, (col.) Harnet and Fiith sts,. Miss 
Addie Haskett and Assistants, 

Parochial, (col.) St. Paul's Parish, Orange 
and Fourth sts., , 

Primary, (col.) Third bet. Orange and Ann 
sts., Josh Wingate. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 



Samuel Davis, 2.142 acres ; D. S. Saun- 
ders, 2,023 ; John A. Saunders, 7,480 ; 
Wilkes Morris, 2,238 ; John C. Hyer, 1,920; 
R. H. Bryant, 2,302 , John W. Howard, 
1,085; D. McMillan, 2,861; W. P. Pope, 
1,616, Wilmington: J. P. Bannerman, 
2.948 ; Wm. Farrar, 2,600 ; Daniel Shaw, 
3,825; A. J. Westbrook, 2,400, Rvcky 
Foint : Wooster Ames, 3,439 ; James L. 
Corbett, 3,300; E. A. Haws, 2,135; Simon 
Lewis, 1.090, Black River Chapel : Jas. P. 
Moore, 2,309; James F. Simpson, 1,288 
W. A. Lamb, 2,850 ; W. S. Pridgen, 1,662 
Jas. Garrison, 2,000 ; John Jones, 8 233 
miington : S. Anders, 1,531, Caintuck 
Lot Croom, 1,149; Jo.siah Johnson, 3.443 
T. A. Riverbank, 2,150 ; L. Costin, 1,600 
J. H. Lamb, 1,644, Burgatv : John H. 
Murphey. 1.665 ; Jno. Corbitt, 2.569 ; Owen 
Fenuell, 1,494; Alex Herring, 3,436 ; Jas. 
Kerr, 5,000 ; B. B. Newkirk, 2,000 ; H. 
McMillan, 2,067; J. B. Lowery, 2,500; 
Daniel Robinson, 1,600, EarroVs Store, 



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Surface — Level, sandy loam — much of 
It swampy — quite rich and very produc- 
tive when well drained. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Rice, Ground 
Peas, Vegetables, Naval Stores and Fish. 
(The climate and soil makethis county very 
valuable for Trucking, vegetation being 
some 24 days earlier than at Norfolk.) 
(All the names in thit County are in Wilmington 
unless otherwise designated.) 



NORTHAMPTON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 13,372. 

County Seat — Jackson. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court.'N. R. Odom. 

Coroner William A. Parker. 

f Edmond Jacobs, Ch., 

ijas. W. Newsom, 
Wm. Barrow, 
Geo. T. Hollamon, 
L. H. Boyce, 

Begister of Deeds. .. .Wm. T. Buxton. 

Sherif Henry T. Grant. 

Surveyor H. Copeland. 

Solicitor 6th Bit Wm. R. Cox. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer Jas. W. Copeland. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Concord, , Wm. Calona, 

Garysburg, , Wm. Calona, 

Jackson, , Wm. Calona, 

New Hope, , Wm. Calona, 

Pinners, , Wm. Calona, 

Sharon, 



Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 
Meth 



Rehoboth, , Wm. Calona, 

Zion, , Wm. Calona, 

Mt. Carmel, , John N Hoggard, Bap 

Pottecasia, , John N. Hoggard, Bap 

Roberts Chapel, , J. N. Hoggard, Bap 

Mission, Gaston, W. T. Huntor, Epis 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Jackson, Robert A. Weaver, 
Hotel Garysburg, . 

LAWYERS. 

Calvert Samuel J., Jackson, 
Odom James G., Jackson, 
Peebles Robert B., Jackson, 
Peebles Wm. B., Jackson, 
Reese William A., Jackson, 



MERCHANTS. 



M 



Allen A. J., Jackson, 

Alanson Capehart, Jackson, 
Ballard Joseph L., Pleasant Hill, 
Buxton A. J., Jackson, 
Burgess Wm. H., Rich Square, 
Buxton & Deloatch, Seaboard, 
Coke William D., Pleasant Hill, 
Calvert Samuel, Jackson, 
Clark Barnes G., Plesant Hill, 
Cavalier C. N., Jackson, 
Cross J. H., Garysburg, 
Clark C. R., Seaboard, 
Conner ,T. W., Rich Square, 
Drew (L. W.) & Co., Bryants 

Roads, 

Ellis & Wheeler, Garysburg, 
Faison & Brettle, Garysburg, 
Faison P. F., Garysburg, 
Farmer & Williams, Rich Square, 
Ferguson «fe Cooper, Pleasant Hill, 
Faison W. H., Margarettsville, 
Grant, Spivey & Co., Boone's M 

Roads, 
Garriss (W. H.) & Bro., Garysburg, 
Gay Lewis D., Seabord, 
Grier J. F., Pleasant Hill, 
Gairriss W. H., Pleasant Hill, 
Harrell A. J., Oakland, 
Joyner Samuel R., Montery, 
Joyner T. A., Margarettsville, 
Maddrey (H. C.) & Bro., Seabord, 
Motley John G., Jackson, 
Moore & Ballard, Green Plains, 
Moss H. C, Pleasant Hill, 
Odom John B., Jackson, 
Pope H. J., Garysburg, 
Peel, Conner & Co., Rich Square, 
Robinson B. F. & R. M., Pleasant 

Hill, 
Stancil Benjamin, Searboard, 
Smalwood M. W., Rich Square, 
Sales Geo. A., Rich Square, 
Smith Charles, Pleasant Hill, 
Stephenson (A.) & Co., Jackson, 
Stancill S. T., Margarettsville, 
Stephenson & Edwards, Marga- 
rettsville, 
Thomas & Grant, Garysburg, 
Taylor D. R., Pleasant Hill, 
Thompson (Q. W.) & Bro., Peticosi, 
Worrell E. C., Murfreesboro, 
Wheeler John T., Seaboard, 

MINISTERS. 

Boone Jesse, Murfreesboro, 
Fleetman J. C, Margarettsville, 
Hoggard John N, Murfreesboro, 
Draper Thomas, Jackson, 
Flythe Jesse, Jackson, 



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Grant William, Jackson, 
Shaw Richard, Jackson, 

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PHYSICIANS. 

Barrony Wm., Jackson, 
Copeland Wm. S., Jackson, 
Clements Wm. W., Gaston. 
Ellis Andrew J., Weldon, 
Grammar Robert J., Pleasant Hill, 
Jacobs John C, Rich Square, 
Moore C. J. C, Rich Square, 
Ramsey J. N., Seaboard, 
Stancill Robert, Margarettsville, 
Wood James H., Margarettsville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Garysburg, Nathan Harris, 
Jackson, Joseph Copeland, 
Margarettsville, Miss Rose E. Wren, 
Pleasant Hill, Benjamin Brewer, 

Poticosi, , 

Rich Square, W. H. Burgess, 
Seaboard, Wm. Bentley. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Andrew J. Harrell, Robert J. Beale, 
John E. Maget, Cornelius Lassiter, Emory 
A. Martin, Morriss Futrell, Willis M. 
Beale, Henry C. Edwards, Poticosi; M. 
S. Smallwood, Turner Lumberton, Wil 
liam T. Peel, Bryant Farmer, Joseph 
Morriss, Henry T. Spivey, John J. Jacobs, 
James W. Copeland, Wm. J. Brown, Thos. 
P. Elliott, Thomas Harrell, Rich Square ; 
Edward Jacobs, Dr. Wm. Barrow, Dr. 
Winfield S. Copeland, Samuel Calver, sr., 
James W. Newsom, Noah R. Odom, Wm. 
W. Peebles, Andrew J. Allen, George D. 
Holoman, Jesse Flythe, Richard M. Gar- 
ner, Wm. T. Buxton, Henry T. Grant, 
Lemuel Boyce, Jackson, 

Surface — Pleasantly undulating, lays 
along the Roanoke River, is well watered, 
plenty of water power, land generally good 
and productive when well drained and 
cultivated. 

Staples — Cotton, Tobacco, Corn, Wheat, 
Potatoes and Naval Stores. 



ONSLOW COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 8,856. 

County Seat — Jacksonvillb. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court.. A. C. Huggins. 
Coroner Strallen Burton. 

' C- Stephens Ch., 
Henry H. Sandlin, 
Commissioners : . . . . \ Wm. 0. Ward, 

Edward W. Fonvillo, 
^ Andrew J. Murrill. 
Register of Deeds. . . .Zado M. Costin, 

Sherif. Ellijah Murrill, 

Surveyor .M. L. F. Read, 

Solicitor Zth Bis .... John V. Sherrard, 

Standard Keeper , 

Treasurer Simon B. Taylor. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



Swansboro, J. D. Buie, 
Tabernacle, J. D. Buie, 
Queen's Creek, J. D. Buie, 
Richlands, J. D. Buie. 
North East, B. J. Pollard, 
Palo Alto, John C. Hewitt, 
Upper South West, Jno. W. B 
White Oak, Job Smith, 
Ward's Hill, B. J. Pollard, 
Yopps Church, Asa Sidbury 

Benj. Jenkins, 
Stump Sound, Jno. B. Barlow. 



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HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotell, Jacksonville, Geo. R. Ward, 
Boarding House, Jacksonville, M. Russell. 

LAWYERS. 

Koonce F, D. Richlands, 
Scott Jas. C, Jacksonville. 

MERCHANTS. 

Baker & McLean, Swansboro, G 8 

Beems W. F., Jacksonville, Gro. & Liq 

Foy Jas. H., Richlands, G S 

Higgans & Ward, Jacksonville, Liq 

Humphrey & Dreyfees, Richlands, G S 

Harget Daniel A., Swansboro, G S 

Mills & Shackelford, Richlands, G S 

Mattocks E. W., Swansboro, G S 

Wooten & Taylor, Catherine Lake, G S 

Wilkins John S., Piney Green, G S 

Ward W. P., Swansb. ro, G 8 

Russell Major, Onslow C. H., Liq 

Taylor Elijah, Swansboro, G S 



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Buie J. D., Richlands, 

Mattocks John F., Swansboro, 

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Hewett John C, Palo Alto, Prim. Bap 
Jenkins Benj., Jacksonville, 
Pollard B. J., Piuey Grove, 
Smith Job, White Oak, 
Sidbury Asa, Jacksonville. 

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Blacknall Richard, Swansboro, 
Cox C Q., Richlands, 
Everett George N., Golden Place, 
Dufiy Chas. sr., Catherine Lake, 
Duffy Chas. jr., Catherine Lake, 
Hill John W., Piney Green, 
Montford W. J., Jacksonville, 
Porter Elisha, Jacksonville, 
Ward R. W., Jacksonville, 
Ward E. W., Piney Green. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Catherine Lake, John Rhodes, 

Golden Place, , 

Gum Branch, Martha A. Harrell, 
Haw Branch, Zachariah Brown, 
Onslow C. H., J. E. Peneville 
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Richlands, Zach. Pittman, 
Swansboro, Daniel A. Harget, 
Ward's Mill, Emily J. Marshall. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

C. Stephens, D. E. Sandlin, L. Hargett, 
H. W. Humphrey, Richlands ; J. W. Thomp- 
son, Eoward, F. Thompson, Haw Branch; 
E. W. Waid, E. W. Fonville, D. Hender- 
son, Sneed's Ferry ; Thos. Henderson, C. 
D. Morton, T. B. Holland, D. A. Hum- 
phrey, Swansboro; Seth King, Hill King, 
Jesse Hardison, Golden Place ; Enoch Foy, 
John Shephard, J. Sanderlin, K. Sander- 
lin, Auman's Store ; D. Rhodes, W.B. Cox, 
C. Duffey, Catherine Lake ; B. M. Berry, J. 
B. Frazzle, E. J. Newbold, Green Branch. 
Surface — Low, Level, in places swampy, 
much of the land very rich and very pro- 
ductive when well drained. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Sweet potatoes, 
Live Stock, Naval stores and Fish. 



OEMGE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 16,947 . 

County Seat— HiLLSBORO. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court.. Qeorge Laws. 

Coroner John Berry. 

Lemuel Lynch, Ch., 
Jones Watson, 

Commissioners \ Jno. W. Kirkland, 

Robt. F. Morris, 
_Wm. N. Patterson, 

Begister of Deeds. . . John Laws. 

Sherif John Turner. 

Surveyor John W. Stroud. 

Solicitor 1th District. .J. R. Bulla. 

Standard Keeper •. 

Treasurer David C. Parks. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Station, Hillsboro, J. W. Crawford, 
Old Bethel, Flat River, A. W.Man- 
gum, 
New Bethel, Flat River, A. W, 

Mangum, 
New Sharon, Hillsboro, A. W. Man- 
gum, 
Mt. Lebanon, Mebanesville, A. W. 

Mangum, 
Walnut Grove, Cedar Grove, A. W. 

Mangum, 
Cedar Grove, Cedar Grove, A. W. 

Mangum, 
Church, Durhams, R. S. Webb, 
Orange Chapel, Chapel Hill, R S. 

Webb, 
Pleasant Green, Hillsboro, R. S, 

Webb, 
Massey's Chapel, Durhams, R. S. 

Webb, 
Mt Hebron, Durhams, R.S.Webb, 
Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, 0. J. Brent, 

Ridgeway, Hillsboro, , 

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Jordan, 
Antioch, White Cross, S. Baldwin, 
Bethel, Chapel Hill, J. P. Mason, 

Church, Chapel Hill. , 

Cane Creek, Hillsboro, F. M. Jor- 
dan, 
Church, Hillsboro, W. B. Gaultney, 

Mt. Carmel, , Orin Churchhill, 

Mt. Hermon, Hillsboro. J. Howell, 
Mar's Hill, Hillsboro, W. B. Gault- 
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Rose of Sharon, Durhams, J. How- 
ell, Bap. 

Mt. Moriah, Chapel Hill, Geo. W. 

Purefoy, Bap 

Eno, Durhams Burns, Prim Bap 

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drew Hall, Prim Bap 

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HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Orange Hotel, Hillsboro, Wm. Btrayhorn, 
Hotel, Chapel Hill, H. B. Guthrie, 
Hotel, Durhams, R. F. Morris, 
Boarding House, Chapel Hill, Miss Nancy 

Hilliard. 
Hedgepeth's, Hillsboro, A. Hedgepeth. 

LAWYERS. 

Argo Thos., Chapel Hill, 
Graham John W., Hillsboro, 
Graham James A., Hillsboro, 
Guthrie Wm. B., Chapel Hill, 
Graham Wm. A., Hillsboro, 
Norwood John W., Hiilsboro, 
Nash Henry K., Hillsboro, 
Parish C. E., Hillsboro, 
Webb Thos., Hillsboro, 
Waddell F. N., Hillsboro. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Smoking Tobacco, Durhams, R. F. Morris 

& Son, 
Smoking Tobacco, Durhams, J. R. Green, 
Tobacco, Hillsboro, James Y. Whitted, 
Tobacco, Cedar Grove, Allison & Corbin, 
Buggy and Carriage Shop, Hillsboro, John 

Hill, 
Buggy and Carriage Shop, Hillsboro, John 

Cheek, 
Saddle and ' Harness, Hillsboro, Josiah 

Turner, 
Undertaker and Cabinet, Hillsboro, Chas. 

S. Cooley, 
Boot and Shoe, Hillsboro, Robt. Faucett, 
Boot and Shoe, Hillsboro, Thos. C. Hayes, 
Boot and Shoe, Hillsboro, James Parks, 
Lumber, Durhams, W. & P. J. Mangum, 
Tinnery, Hillsboro, E. H. Pogue, 
Tinnery, Hillsboro, John Laws, 
Coaches, Walnut Grove, Anderson Toler, 
Cotton Ginning, Durhams, W. & P. J. 

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Cotton Ginning, Durhams, Crabtree & 

McCauley, 
Cotton Ginning, Durhams,Chas. & Hiram 

Marcom, 
Tobacco, Durhams, Washington Duke, 
Tannery, Hillsboro, H. N. Brown, 
Tannery, Hillsboro, John U. Kirkland, 
Tannery, Orange Factory, John B. Lips- 
combe, 

Tannery, Caldwell, Rountree, 

Smut Machine and Screening Works, Dur- 
hams, John A. McMannen, 
Cotton Mill, Orange F'ctory, W. W. Willard, 
Wool Carding, Durhams, W. W. Guess, 
Wood Carding, Hillsboro, H. C. Clayton, 
Linseed Oil, Hillsboro, J. F. Lyons, 
Wagons, Durhams, W. & P. J. Mangum, 
Wagons, Chapel Hill, S. L. Carden, 
Smut Machine, Hillsboro, Dickson & Rich- 
ardson. 

Wagons, Hillsboro, Murdock, 

Wagons, Chapel Hill, Gates, 

Hats, Durhams, Wm. Proctor, 

Hats, Hillsboro, Anderson, 

Tannery, Green Spring, G. T. Forrest. 

MERCHANTS. 

Anger M. A., Durham, G fl 

Brown & Co., Hillsboro, G S 

Cohen Morris, Hillsboro, G S 

Cheek & Co., Durhams, G 8 

Carr John W., Chapel Hill, G S 

Carr & Freeland, Chapel Hill, G S 

Carmichal Taylor, Hillsboro, G S 

Cole John W., Chapel Hill, G S 

Faucett Wm. C, Hillsboro, Grocer 

Gattis (W. A.) & Bro., Hillsboro, Confec 

Hutching John R., Chapel Hill, Grocer 

Hogan J. T., Hillsboro, G S 

Hogan Wm., Chapel Hill, G S 

Israel J., Chapel Hill, G S 

Jones J. E., Hillsboro, G S 

Lynch Lemuel, Hillsboro, Jeweler 

Long & McCauley, Chapel Hill, Q S 

Mangum W. & P. J., Durhams, G S 

Owens Mrs. C. R., Hillsboro, Miliner 

Emory Thos., Chapel Hill, Drugs 
Strayhorn & Paris (L.) Hillsboro, G S 

Turrentine John A., Hillsboro, G S 

Webb Jas. jr., Hillsboro, G S 

Styron A. K., Durhams, G S 

Parish Ed., Durhams, G S 

Riggsby A., Durhams, G S 

Pleasants R. F., Hillsboro, Tailor 

Turrentine Jas. A., Hillsboro, G S 

Webb & Whitted, Hillsboro, Drugs 

Watson James, Chapel Hill, G S 

Utley Benton, Chapel Hill, G S 

White John. Chapel Hill, Grocer 

Woods E. W., Chapel Hill, Grocer 

Walker Wm., Durhams, G S 

Willard W. W., Orange Factory, G S 



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MINISTERS. 

Bobbitt Wm. H. Chapel Hill (P. E.) Meth 
Brent 0. J., Chapel Hill, Meth 

Manguni, A. W., Flat River, Meth 

Webb R. S., Chapel Hill, Meth 

McMannen Johu A.,Diiihams (local) Meth 
Pool Solomon, Chapel Hill, (local) Meth 
Dollar Win., Hillsboro, (local) Meth 

Bacon Joseph, Hillsboro, (local) Meth 
Baldwin Sam., White Cross, Bap 

Mason J. P., Chapell Hill, Bap 

Jordan F. M., Hillsboro, Bap 

Blackwood A. D., Durhams, Bap 

Howell J., Green Level, Bap 

Purefoy Geo. W., Chapel Hill, Bap 

Andrews Wm., Hillsboro, Bap 

Gaultny Wm. B., Hillsboro, Bap 

Hayes Thos. C, Hillsboro, Prot. Meth 
Curtis M. A., D. D., Hillsboro, Epis 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Mcht. Flour and Grist, Hillsboro, Paul G. 

Cameron, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Hillsboro, H. 

N. Brown, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Hillsboro, A. 

F. Faucett, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Hillsboro, 

Henry Mitchell, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Hillsboro, 

Allen Brown, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Hillsboro, 

John F. Lyon, 
Mcht, Flour, Grist and Saw, Hillsboro, 

Wm. Richardson, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Hillsboro, 

Josiah Turner, 
Flour and Grist, Hillsboro, Mrs. Sarah 

Garrard, 
Flour and Grist, Hillsboro, J. T. Lyon, 
Grist, Hillsboro, Mrs. Thompson, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Chapel Hill, 

Dr. C. T. Mallett, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Chapel Hill, 

Mathew McCauley, 
Mcht. Flnur, Grist and Saw, Chapel Hill, 

Wesley Robinson, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Chapel Hill, 

Chs. Johnson, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Chapel Hill, 

Robt. Patterson, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw Chapel Hill, 

Saudy Hogan, 
Flour and Grist, Chapel Hill, Rev. G. W. 

Purefoy. 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Durhams, W. 

W. Guess, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Durhams, 

John C. McCown, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Durhams, 

John A. Cole, 



Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Durhams, 

Wm. T. Shields, 
Steam, Grist and Saw, Durhams, W. & P. 

J. Mangum. 
Steam Saw, Durhams, J. A. McMannen, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Durhams, 

Jas. Adkins,' 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Durhams. 

Robt. Sears, 
Flour and Grist, Durhams, Thos. Redmond, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, South Lowell, 

Asahel H. Latta, 
Mcht. Flour and Grist, South Lowell, 

Johnson & Cain, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist, and Saw, Orange 

Factory, John D. Lipscombe, 
Mcht. Flour, Grist and Saw, Flat River, 

Company, 
Flour and Grist, Flat River, Haywood 

Tilly, 
Flour and Grist, Flat River, Capt. H. W. 

Mangum, 
Flour and Grist, Flat River, John Lock- 
hart & Co., 
Flour and Grist, Flat Rock, G. W. Jones, 
Flour and Grist, Cedar Grove, Wm. 

Thompson, 
Flour and Grist, Cedar Grove, N. P. Hall, 
Flour and Grist, South Lowell, Harvey 

Rountree, 
Flour and Grist, South Lowell, J. Brown, 
Flour and Grist, South Lowell, Josiah 

Turner. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Allison Giles, Cedar Grove, 

Allison John J., Cedar Grove, 

Blackwell Richard, Durhams, 

Cain Jas. F., Hillsboro, 

Cameron Wm., Hillsboro, 

Cauuady J. G., South Lowell, 

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, 

Hogan Thos., Chapel Hill, 

Holt E. M. Flat River, 

Hogan John R., Chapel Hill, 

Leathers Jas. C, South Lowell, 

Mallett Wm. P., Chapel Hill, Dentist 

Mallett C. T., Chapel Hill, 

McMannen David, Durhams, 

Robertson David A., Hillsboro, Dentist 

Slrudwick Edruond, Hillsboro, 

Patterson John C, Chapel Hill, 

Strudwick Wm. S., Hillsboro, 

Vickers Thos. S., Durliams, 

Wilson Thos. jr., Cedar Grove. 



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POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Hillsboro, Dennis Heartt, 
Chapel Hill, John White, 
Durhams, Wm. Mangum, 
Flat River, John Hancock, 
Mt. Willing, R. N. Kiikpatrick, 
Oaks, E Ellen Webb, 
Orange Factory, S. VV. Holeman, 
Red Mountain, Miss Ann Parker, 
Rockspring, Elizabeth Gates, 
South Lowell, J, A. McMannen, 
University Station, John T. Hogan. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Paul C. Cameron, William A. Graham, 
John Berry, Josiah Turner, sen., John 
Norwood, Alex. Dickson, RufEn Tapp, 
James Pratt, A. F. Faucett, John Turner, 
Isaac Holden, John F. Lyon, John A. 
Cole, William Duskin, Sidney Strayhorn, 
William Barton, Henry Whitted, Hillsboro; 
R. F. Morris, Dr. Richard Blacknall, Z. 
Lyon, M. A. Anger, John Barbee James 
Redmond, Grey Barbee, Joseph Vickers, 
Sterling Proctor, Washington Vickers, W. 
W. Guess, J. 0. McCown, Baldy Nichols, 
William Duke, Major Green, Ha Coppley, 
Newton Cheek, J. RufBn Green, Barhams ; 
Samuel Patterson, Charles Johnson Wm. 
Robinson, Sandy Hogan, William N. Pat- 
terson, Geo. W. Purefoy, Frank Snypes, 
Matthew McCauley, Jones Watson, Ben- 
jamin Rogers, (Jhapel Rill ; John J. Alli- 
son, Cedar Grove; John B. Leathers, Capt. 
Ad. Mangum, Wesley Roberts, James 
Terry, Wilson Gates, Larkln Monk, Flat 
River. 

Surface — Hilly, but not mountainous ; 
water power very fine, good lands along 
the streams. 

Staples — Tobacco, Wheat, Grass, Corn, 
and Fruits in great variety. 



PASQUOTANK COONTY. 

Population in 1860 8,940. 

County Seat — Elizabeth City. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. \f. E. Vanghan. 

Coroner Henry B. Coleman. 

fG. D. Pool, Ch., 
I C. W. Hollo well, 

Commisaioncrs ■{ G. W. Bell, 

I W. A. Price, 
L W. F. Sanders. 

Register of Deeds Charles Guerkin. 

Sheriff .J. L. Wood. 



Surveyor Wm. H. Weatherly. 

Standard Keeper H. L. Jones. 

Solicitor ls< Bis J. W. Albertson. 

Treasurer Wm. G. Pool. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor Geo. W. Cobb. 

f H. D. Coleman, 
I Jesse Brown, 

Commissioners: \ Dr. J. Commander, 

I A. Dozier, 

(. John N. Robbinson. 

Attorney C. L. Cobb. 

Auctioneer A. L. Jones, 

Clerk, N. B. Culpepper. 

Constable J. H. Me"ikell. 

Treasurer C. C. Pool, 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Christ, Elizabeth City, James W. 

Murphy, Epis 

Station, Elizabeth City, N. B. Cobb, Bap 

Station, Ellz. City, Bingley, Meth 

HOTELS. 

Brevard House, Elizabeth City, Kenyon & 

White, 

Banks' House, Eliz, City, , 

Pendleton House, Eliz. City, T, D, Pen- 
dleton, 

LAWYERS. 

Brooks George W., Elizabeth City, (U. S. 

District Judge,) 
Ball J. B., Ehzabeth City, 
Black J., Elizabeth City, 
Cobb C. D., Elizabeth City, (U. S, Rep.) 
Grandy C. W., Eliz. City, 
Godfrey F. M., Eliz. City, 
Martin Wm. F., Eliz. City, 
Pool John, Eliz. City, (U. S. Senator), 
Pool C. C, Eliz. City, (S. C. Judge), 
Vaughan F., Eliz. City, 
Vaughan J. N., Eliz. City, 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Land and Lumber Co. of N. C, Elizabeth 
City, Wm. Underwood Pres., C. H. Rob- 
inson, Sec, Chas. W. Smith, Treas. 
Guns, Elizabeth City, Geo. W. Bell, 
Lumber, Elizabeth City, B. F. Keaton, 
Cabinet Work, Eliz. City, J. H. Ziegler, 

MERCHANTS. 

Allen C. C, Elizabeth City, G S 

Ashea Mrs. S., Elizabeth City, G S 

Bell Geo. W., Elizabeth City, Gunsmith 



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Bradford D. B., Elizabeth City, Grocer 
Burgess & Harrison, Eliz. City, Grocers 
Ballance & Overby, Eliz. City, Grocers 
Burgess W. W., Elizabeth City, G S 

Carlwright S., Elizabeth City, Grocer 

Cobb (Geo. W.) & Co., Eliz. City, G S 
Cohen J. A., Elizabeth City, G S 

Cartwright J. B., Nixonton Mills, G S 
Clark W. H., Eliz. City, Agri. Implements 

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Etheridge J. Q , Elizabeth City, 
Commander Miles, Elizabeth City, 
Fearing & Green, Elizabeth City, 
Fletcher Thos., Newbegun Mills, 
Glenn R., Elizabeth City, 
Guerkin Charles, Elizabeth City, 
Garner T. B., EHzabeth City, 
Grandy J. J., jr., Elizabeth City, 
Glover Wm., Elizabeth City, 
Green ConstadtC, Elizabeth City, Grocer 
Hollowell John, Newbegun Mills, G S 
Hollowell S. A., Newbegun Mills, G S 
Jennings & Stafford, Eliz. City, G S 

Kenyon John H., Eliz. City, G S 

Kinyon & Vaughan, Eliz. City, G S 

Keaton W. F., Nixonton Mills, G S 

Laboyteaux Mrs. Sarah, Eliz. City, Miliner 
Munder Wm. J., Mt. Herman, G S 

McCabe Mrs. S., Eliz. City, Grocer 

Overman N., Elizabeth City, G S 

■Roberts Alex., Elizabeth City, Grocer 
Pritchett^J., Elizabeth City, Grocer 

PoolJ. W., Elizabeth City, GS 

Pailer & Bro., Nixonton Mills, G S 

Pailer & Bro., Newbegun, G S 

Stiger W., Elizabeth City, Baker and Con 
Balemonsky & Co., Elizabeth City, G S 
Sawyer & Kale, Elizabeth City, G 8 

Turner Joseph A., Elizabeth City, G S 
Underwood ( Wm.) & Co., Elizabeth 

City, G S 

Sawyer & Pritchett, Elizabeth 

City, Grocers 

Shannon Wm., Flizabeth City, G S 

Weisel S., Elizabeth City, G S 

Brothers C. B., Broad st., Elizabeth 

City, Livery Stable 

Jones A. L., Main s*., Elizabeth 

City, Livery Stable 

Pritchard G., Church st., Elizabeth 

City, Livery Stable 

Zeigler Jno. H., Elizabeth City, Furniture 

MINISTERS. 

Kennedy W. W., E. City, (Local,) Meth 
Morgan S. S., E. City, (Local,) Meth 

Nolly Geo. W., D. D , Elizabeth City, Meth 
Wright Wm. R., Elizabeth City, Meth 
Pitt W. H., Elizabeth City, Afr. Meth 
Murphy J. M., Elizabeth City, Epis 

Cobb N. B., Elizabeth City, Bap 

Kelly J. D. S., Elizabeth City, Bap 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Steam Saw, Elizabeth City, Land & Lum- 
ber Co. ofN. C, 
Steam Grist, Elizabeth City, Griffin & 

White, 
Steam Grist, Elizabeth City, Wm. Steger, 
Steam Grist,-Elizabeth City, Pailer & Bro., 
Steam Grist, Elizabeth City, W. R. Abbott, 

PHYSICIANS. 

Commander J., Elizabeth City, 
Cohoon J. P. T. C, Elizabeth City, 
Mcintosh R. H., Elizabeth City, 
Pool W. G., Elizabeth City, 
Pool John H., Newland, 
Pumont R., Elizabeth City, 
Speed R. K., Elizabeth City, 
Sanders L. K., Elizabeth City. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 
Elizabeth City, Mrs. M. J. Wilroy. 
SCHOOLS. 

Academy, Elizabeth City, N. B. Cobb, 
Academy, Elizabeth City, John Benbury, 
Primary, Elizabeth City, Mrs. Sarah Mann, 
Primary, Elizabeth City, Miss S. Martin, 

Primary, El'zbelh City, Mrs. Murphy, 

Primary, Elizabeth City, Miss H. Turner. 
Surface — Low,level, much of itswampy; 
very rich, and very productive when well 
drained. The County lays on the west 
bank of the Pasquotank River, and has 
very fine advantages for navigation. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Rice, Sweet 
Potatoes, Shingles, Lumber, Naval Stores 
and Fish. 



PERQUIMANS COUNTY. 

PopaLATioN IN 1860 7,283. 

County Seat — Hertford. 

COQNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. 'E.Q. Albertson. 

Coroner Thos. Elliott. 

r Jos. R. Parker Ch., 
Elijah Peele, 

Commissioneri -{Miles Overman, 

Timothy Morgan, 
Alfred Newby (col.,) 

Begis'er of Deeds U W. Speight. 

Sherif Henry White, 

Surveyor Thos. E. Winston. 

Solicitor \st Bis J. W. Albertson. 

Standard Keeper , 

Treasurer Josiah Nicholson. 



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PERQUIMANS. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Concord, Hertford, J. J. Lumsden, Meth 
Hertford, Hertford, J. J. Lumsden, Melh 
Oak Grove, Hurlford, J. J. Lumsden Melh 
Center Grove, Hertford, J. J. Lums- 
den, Meth 
New Hope, Hertford, J. J. Lun^den, Meth 
Hickory Gross, Hertford, J. J. 

Lumsden, 
Bethel, Hertford, Thos. Babb, Bap 

White ville Grove, Hertford, B. W. 

Leary, Bap 

Hertford, Hertford, Thos. Babb, Bap 

Holy Trhiity, Hertford, T. M. 

Hilliard, Epis 

St. Barnabus, Hertford, T. M. 

Hilliard, Epis 

HOTEL. 

Hotel, Hertford, Nathan Toms. 

LAWYERS. 

Albertson J. W. Hertford, 
Bagley Willis, Hertford, 
Mullen Jas. M., Hertford, 
Gilliam Thos. H., Hertford, 
Skinner Thos. G., Hertford, 
White J. W., Hertford, 

MERCHANTS. 

Blanchard & Eley, Hertford, G S 

Barrow F., Hertford, Grocer 

Blanchard (J. L.) & Eley Woodville, G S 

Jeweler 
GS 
Gb 
Grocers 
• GS 
G S 
GS 
GS 



Cook F. M., Hertford, 
Cox R. B., Hertford, 
Laughty & Galling, Hertford, 
Jackson & Stokes, Hertford, 
Jackson Moses, New Ho{)e, 
Lowry Walter 0., Woodville, 
Lam & Smithson, Woodville, 
Leigh E. A., New Hope, 
Nicholson Josiah, Belvidere, 

Grocer and Shoes 
Nuby & McMullen, New Hope, G S 

Russell F. H., Riddick's Store, G S 

Skinner Stephen, Hertford, Grocer 

Small & Goodwin, Nixon's Bridge, G S 
Skinner W. J., Hertford, Grocer 

Thatch (W. B.) & Co., Hertford, G S 

Smith J. T., Hertford, Drugs 

White Joseph E., Hertford, G S 

While R. & J., Belvidere, Dry Goods 

MINISTERS. 

Lumsden J. J., Hertford, Meth 

Babb Thomas, Henford, Bap 

Leary B. W., Hertford, Bap 

HiUiard T. M., ELerlford, Epis 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Steam Grist, Hertford, Morehead & Win- 
slow, 
Steam Grist, Hertford, Timothy Morgan 

& Co., 
Steam Grist, Durant's Neck, Morgan & 

Keyton, 
Water Grist, Bethel, Tim. Morgan, 
Steam Grisl, Bethel, Samuel Sutton, 

Water Grist, , T. & R. White, 

Steam Grist, Woodville, Pendleton & Co., 
Steam Grist, Ci'dar Grove, A. J. Bute, 
Water Grist, Cedar Grove, Jessup & Bute. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Banks , New Hope, 

Cox David, Hertford, 
Jenkins R. C, New Hope, 
Nixon J., New Hope, 
Nicholson JVilliam, Belvidere, 
Perry Alexander, Belvidere, 
Riddick William, Woodville, 
Smith Josiah T., Hertford, 
Shannonhouse J. J., Hertford, 
Singleton S., Hertford. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Hertford, Thomas Blanchard, 
Woodville, K. R. Pendleton, 
Belvidere, J. Nicholson. 

SCHOOLS. 



Academy, Hertford, , 

Friend's Boarding School, Belvidere, . 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

James Galling, 1,000 acres ; B. W. 
Thatch, 5.000 ; James M. Sumner, 2,000 ; 
Mrs. S. A. Granby, 2,000; John Pool, 
1,800; Dr. R. C. Jenkins, 2,000; E. A. 
Leigh, 3,200; Jos. F. Newby, 1.000; David 
While, 1,000; James Newbold, 800; C. W. 
Reed, 800 ; Joshua Skinner, 1,500 ; James 
L. Skuinner, 800; C. W. Wood, 1,000; 
Seth S. Whedlue, 800 ; George D. Newby, 
1,000 ; Francis Nixon, 1,-500 ; Wm. Nixon, 
600; Thos. Nixon, 500; Dr. R. H. Blunt, 
800 ; David Miller, 400 ; J. W. White, 400 ; 
Jno. Skinner's estate, 1,000; N. W. Tucker, 
700 ; James Lowe, 600 ; Joseph Mullen, 
500; Baker Haskins, 1,000; Nathan Newby, 
700 ; Dr. T. Martin, 600 ; C. White, 600 ; 
Abram Riddick, 7,500, Hertford. 

Sdrpace — Low and level ; well watered 
by the Perquimans River and tributaries 
— land uniformly rich and convenient to 
navigation. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Rice, Grapes, 
Lumber, Naval Store and Fish. 



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PERSON. 



PEESON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 11,221 

County Seat — Roxboro. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court..}. D. Wilkerson, 

Coroner James R. Woody. 

C. Hamlin, Ch., 
John Buchanan, 
Commissioners:.... ^ M. D. C. Bumpass, 
Thos. Briggs, 
, James T. Sergeant. 

Register of Deeds H. L. Bumpass. 

Sheriff John Bennett, 

Surveyor J. E. Maxey, 

Solicitor 1th Bis J. R. Bulla. 

Standard Keeper R. Howerton, 

Treasurer G. W. Norwood, 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bailey's, Roxboro, W. M. Robey, Meth 
Bethlehem, Rox"boro, Wm. M. 

Robey, Meth 

Concord, Leasburg, J. H. Wheeler, Meth 
Lees Chapel, Leasburg, J. H. 

Wheeler, Meth 

Mt. Zion, Roxboro, W. M. Robey, Meth 
Mt. Tirzah, Roxboro, W. M. Robey, Meth 
Oak Grove, Roxboro, W. M. Robey, Meth 
Providence, Roxboro, W. M. Robey, Meth 
Roxboro, Roxboro, W. M. Robey, Meth 
Salem, Leasburg, J. H. Wheeler, 
Mt. Moriah, 



Meth 
Free 
Bap 
Bap 



Antioch, Oxford, J. A. Stradley, 

Bethel, Oxford, J. A. Stradley, 

Clement, Woodsdale, J. E. Montague, Bap 

Cedar Grove, , Stephen Williams, 

(col.) Bap 

Ephesus Chapel, , Stephen Wil- 
liams, (col.) Bap 

Ephesus, , Hardwick, Bap 

Harmony, Oxford, J. E. Montague, Bap 

Mill Creek, Woodsdale, J. E. Mon- 
tague, Bap 

New Bethel, , Stephen Williams, 

(col.) Bap 

Olive Branch, Oxford, E. F. Beacham, Bap 

Providence, Roxboro, W. E. Okeley, Bap 

Pleasant Grove, , Stephen Wil- 
liams, (col.) Bap 

Ebenezer, Roxboro, F. L. Oakley, 

Prim. Bap 

Flat River, Roxboro, D. R. Moore, 

Prim. Bap 

Storie's Creek, Woodsdale, A. N. 

Hall, Prim. Bap 

Uper South Hico, , T. L. Okely, 

Prim. Bap 



HOTELS. 

Hotel, Roxboro, T. K. Glenn, 
Hotel, Roxboro, W. H. Smith. 

LAWYERS. 

Barnett S. C, Roxboro, 
Bumpass H. L., Roxboro, 
Jordan H. T., Roxboro, 
Winslead Chs. S., Roxboro, 
Wilkerson, J. D., Roxboro, 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Carriages, Doyle's Mills, Hurdle & Hurdle, 
Cabinet, Roxboro, J. T. Cretcher, 
Saddler, Roxboro, J. W. Hunt, 
Tobacco, Roxboro, Q. W. Norwood, 
Tobacco, Centre Grove, W. & J. W. 

Thomas, 
Tobacco, Woodsdale, Larkin Brooks, 
Tobacco, Mt. Tirzah, J. J. Cathran, 
Wheelrighting, Roxboro, R. Howerton, 
Wheelrighting, Roxboro, A. F. Fitts, 
Foundry, Roxboro, Josephus Younger. 

MERCHANTS. 

Bradsher Wm. A., Bushy Fork. G S 
Brooks, Robertson & Co., Woods- 

dale, G s 
Cunningham J. W., Cunningham's 

Store, G S 

Cathran J. J., Mt. Tirzah, G S 

Foushee & Satterfield, Roxboro, G S 

Hamlen C, Roxboro, G 8 

Glenn (Thos. K.) & Co., Roxboro, G S 

Moses Charles, Roxboro, G S 

Norwood & Long, Roxboro, G S 

Walker, Brooks & Co., Woodsdale, G S 

Woody John F., Woodsdale, G 8 

Wiles & Maxey, Roxboro, G S 

Williams & Barnett, Woodsdale, G S 

Woody & Woody, Bethel Hill, G S 
McAden & Jones, Cunningham's 

Store, " G S 

Noel (W. J.) & Co., Mt. Tirzah, G S 

Winstead (W. S.) & Co., Olive Hill, G S 
Wright S. W., Roxboro, Drugs 



MINISTERS. 

Robey Wm. M., Roxboro, 
Webb W. R., Roxboro, (Local, 
Beacham E. F., Roxboro, 
Montague J. E., Woodsdale, 
Oakeley W. E., Roxboro, 
Hardwick J. B., Roxboro, 
Stradley J. A., Roxboro, 
Hall A. N., Woodsdale, 
Moore D. R., Centre Grove, 
Oakley T. L., Centre Grove, 



Meth 

) Meth 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Prim. Bap 

Prim. Bap 

Prim. Bap 



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Oakley F. L., Roxboro, Prim. Bap 

■yVilliams Stephen, Roxboro, (col.,) Bap 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, , L. Brooks & William Merritt, 

Grist, , P. C. Cameron, 

Grist, , A. M. Fuller, 

Grist, , G. AV. Norwood, 

Grist, , Charles Holman, 

Grist, , Robert H. Hester, 

Grist, , James James, 

Grist, , M. McQee, 

Grist, , A. R. Moore, 

Grist, , E. M. O'Braut & Co., 

Grist, , William Ramsey, 

Grist, , W. F. Read & J. Burton, 

Grist, , Thos. H. Streets, 

Grist, , Mrs. Cazort C. Swonstall, 

Grist, , G. D. Satterfield, 

Grist, , J. S. Thompson, 

Grist, , C. S. Winstead, 

Grist, , J. F. Wagstaff & Satterfield, 

Grist, , Henry Clay «fc Co. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bradshaw C. H., Hurdle's Mill, 
Baynes R. C, Bushy Fork, 
Brooks Z, T., Woodsdale, 
Dickens John C, Roxboro, 
Fuller J. T., Roxboro, 
Hamlett J. W., Mt. Tirzah, 
Jordan C. H., Roxboro, 
Merritt William, Woodsdale, 
Robertson E. J., Woodsdale, 
Sandford J. J., Blue Wing, 
Thomas R. W., Centre Grove, 
Thaxton J. J., Leasburg, 
Terrell J. C, Cunningham's Store, 
Wilkerson Benj., Walnut Grove. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Cunningham's Store, Joseph Riggsby, 
AUensville, Mrs. J. Royster, 
Bushy Fork, Miss J. Millner, 
Centre Grove, Mrs. E. V. Bumpass, 

Hurdle's Mill, , 

Mt. Tirzah, Joseph Noell, 
Roxboro, Mrs. E. Wiles, 
Woodsdale, Mrs. Betty Mitchel, 
Van Hook's Store, M. J. Van Hook. 

SCHOOLS. 

Male Academy, Bethel, Roland, 

Male Academy, Roxboro, Jas. E. Maxey. 

Sdrface — Pleasantly undulating, soil 
almost uniformly good, and wonderfully 
adapted to the growth of Tobacco — evenly 
and beautifully watered, a pleasant and 
good land. 

Staples — Tobacco, Corn, Wheat, Oats 
and Live Stock. 



PITT COUNTY. 

POP0LATION 16,080 

County Seat — Gkeenvillb. 
COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Clerk Superior Court 
Coroner 



Commissioners . 



Register of Deeds. 

Sheriff 

Surveyor , 

Solicitor 2nd Bis. 
Standard Keeper. 
Treasurer 



Calvin Cox. 
Henry Wilkes. 
C. W. Smith, Ch., 
J. H. Taft, 
B. T. Barukill, 
J. Vatrick, 
, Thomas Cox. 

.F. C. James. 
, .John Foley. 
.S. D. Pope. 
.J. J. Martin. 



• E. J. Smith. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 
Mayor J. G. James, 

r J. S. Taft, 
T. P. Bernard, 

Commissioners ■ J. J. Perkins, 

M. Moore, 
. Samuel Cherry (col.) 

CunstaUe S. Humphrey (col.) 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Antioch, Cross Roads, Geo. Joyner, Chris 
Gum Swamp, Stancill, R. K. Hearn, Chris 
Oak Grove, Burneys, Gideon Allen, Chris 
Bethell, Bethell, W. H. Moore, Meth 

Greenville, Greenville, W. H. Moore, Meth 

Black Jack, Greenville, , Meth 

African, Greenville, Lundon, John- 
son, (col.) Meth 
Chapel Missionary, Greenville, 

Owen, Bap 

Great Swamp, Greenville, Ross & 

House, Prim. Bap 

Fellows Chapel, , , 

Parkers Chapel, , B. B. Albrit- 

ton, F. W. Bap 

St. Pauls, Greenville, Israel Harden, Epis 
African, Greenville, Austin Flood, 

(col.) Bap 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel, Greenville, C. C. Stilly, 
Hotel, Greenville, Mrs. E. Hall, 
Hotel, Greenville, Mrs. Dorcas Blow, 

LAWYERS. 

Bernard Germain, Greenville, 
Dupree Joseph A.. Greenville, 



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Ililliard Louis, Greenville, 
Harris John E., Greenville, 
Johnson Geo. VV., Greenville, 
Joyner James, Marlboro, 
Singletary Thos. C, Greenville, 
Singletary Rich. W., Falkland, 
Yellowly, E. C, Greenville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Coach, Greenville, John Flanegan. 

MERCHANTS, 

Atkinson B. J., Greenville, G S 

Ballard Joseph L., Greenville, G S 

Bynum J. T., Greenville, G S 
Cherry (P. R.) & Co., Greenville, Grocer 

Clarke J. E., Greenville, G S 

Delaney (W. K.) & Co., Greenville, G S 

Forbes Alfred, Greenville, G S 

Forbes J. R., Greenville, G S 

Forbes & Kenox, Greenville, G S 

Hearn R. M., Greenville, G S 

Johnson J. B., Greenville, G S 

Jones M. R., Falkland, G S 

Lung W. G., Greenville, G S 

Mayo & Williams, Falkland, G S 

Moore M., Greenville, G S 

Noble W. F., Greenville, G S 

Pearce A. M. , Greenville, G S 

Perkins J. J., Greenville, G S 

Peebles John, Greenville, G S 

Perkins & Rollins, Pactolus, G S 

Stern Max, Greenville, G S 

Smith E. J., Penny Hill, G S 

Stilley CO., Greenville, G S 

Smith (J. M.) & Co., Greenville, G S 

Taft J. S., Greenville, G S 

Tyson Jas. A., Greenville, G S 

Taft Jas. H., Greenville, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Adams Noah, Greenville, Prim. Bap 

Ross Alfred, Greenville, Prim. Bap 

Albritton B. B., Greenville, Free Will Bap 
Huraber 0. P., Greenville, Free Will Bap 

Hearne R. K., Greenville, Bap 

Wallace S. S., Greenville, Bap 

Allen Gideon, Marlboro, Chria 

House David, Greenville, Chris 

Joyner George, Marlboro, Chris 

Latham Josephus, Greenville, Chris 

Stilley C. C, Greenville, Chris 

Hughes N. C., Greenville, Epis 

Nelson Jos., Greenville, Meth 

Pitts Wm., Geeenville, (col.) Meth 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Stancells, J. P. Brown, 
Grist, Taft's, John Galoway, 



Grist, Burney, Allen Johnson, 
Grist, Tafts, W. J. Laughinghouse, 
Grist, Griffin, J. Patrick, 
Grist, Griffin, Ed. Carmer, 
Grist, Greenville, N. Forbes, 
Grist, Cross Roads, Richard Bynum, 
Grist, Falkland, P. H. Mayo, 
Grist, Falkland, W. S. Broadus, 
Grist, Patolus, J. V. Perkins. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bynum J. W., Falkland, 
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 Samuel, Marlboro, 
O'Hagan Charles J., Greenville, 
Terrell R. M., Pactolus, 
Taft John J., Greenville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Greenville, John Congleton, 
Farmvilie, Luther Joyner, 
Pactolus, Caswell Carson, 
Coxville, Isaac Hardy, 
Ridge Spring, Hardy Johnson, 
Johnson's Mills, S. W. Kennerly, 
Marlboro, Sylvester F. Scott. 

SCHOOLS. 

Greenville Female Institute, Greenville, 

Miss E. L. Clark, 

Greenville Primary Scoool, , 

Greenville Primary School, Miss S. A. 

Jones, 
Aurora Institute, Marlboro, M. T. Moye. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

John Peebles, 800 acres ; Moose & 
Cotton, 900; L. P. Beardsly, 515 ; Joseph 
L. Ballard, 1,243; T. R. Cherry, 125; 
W. M. B. Brown, 505 ; David House, 595 ; 
H. W. Brown, 697 ; B. S. Atkinson, 1,387 ; 
Benj. Fleming, 430, Greenville : Jas. A. 
Stratton, 1,200 ; Julian V. Perkins, 2,215 ; 
Benj. Daniel, 1,414; J. G. B. Grimes, 
1,150, Fadolus: Joseph L. Straton, 1,785, 
Bethel: \Villiam Grimes, 5,389, Raleigh: 
Bryan Grimes, 2,557, Washington : Calvin 
Tucker, 815; Jacob McCotter, 1,630, 
Johnson's Mill: James Joyner; 1,181 i 
R, A. Bynum, 3,115 ; Noah Joyner, 1,200; 
Albert Carr, 550, Farmvilie : Spencer S. 
Harris, 2,279 ; L. B. Dupree, 760; L.J. 
Barrett, 768; Falklaud : J. P. Brown, 763; 



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POLK. 



POLK. 



Miss Susan 0. Brown, 818 ; John L. Smith, 
300 ; John Galloway, 2,200 ; W. J. Laugh- 
inghouse. 2,855 ; J. H. Laughinghouse, 
914 ; James Galloway, 2,885 ; Dr. John S. 
Taft, 1,600 ; David L. Swain's estate, 808, 
Greenville :¥ . B. Satterwhaite, 1,800, Wash- 
ington: Mrs. Emily Jordan, 922, N. Y. City. 
Surface — Generally level and in parts 
swampy, laying on both sides of Tar River 
— soil usually rich and very productive 
when well drained — convenient to river 
navigation. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Sweet Potatoes, 
Eice, Lumber and Naval Stores. 



POLK COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 4,043. 

County Seat — Columbus. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Clerk Superior Court. 
Coroner 



Commissioners 



Megister of Deeds. 

Sheriff 

Surveyor 

Solicitor 9th List. 
Standard Keeper . 
Treasurer 



.R. S. Abrams. 

.T. L. Smith. 

'J. F. Raines, 
B. Thompson, 
G. B. Alredge, 
Miles Padgett, 

.John Gibbons, 

.J. A. Thorn. 

I.N. B. Hampton, 

.J. M. Hamilton. 

,W. P. Bynum. 

.J. W. Hampton, jr. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Columbus, Columbus, E. M. Ander- 
son, Bap 
Chapel, Coopers Gap, W. Wilkin, Bap 
Friendship, Tryon, G. W. Mace, Bap 
Green's Creek, Columbus, A. Mc- 

Mahon, Bap 

Rock Springs, Coopers Gap, Wm. 

Harrel, Bap 

White Oak, Columbus, J. G. Landren, Bap 

Sandy Plains, Columbus, 

Shotwell, Pres 

Piney Grove, Columbus, Ward,Meth 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Columbus, R. W. Clark, 
Hotel, Columbus, S. G. Hamilton. 

MERCHANTS. 

Allen J. H., Columbus, G S 

Clark R. W., Columbus, G S 

Hicks & Martin, Columbus, G S 



MINISTERS. 

Plantor J. R., Coopers Gap, Bap 

Hubbert John, Columbus, Bap 

Page Benjamin, Columbus, Bap 

Williams J. M., Columbus, Bap 

Raines J. F., Columbus, (local) Melh 

Wood ., Columbus, Meth 

MINES. 

Gold, White Oak Creek, Wm. Prince, 
(There are many productive branch Mines.; 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Merchant Flour and Grist, Columbus, Mrs. 

M. H. Weaver, 
Merchant Flour and Grist, Columbus, 

Jackson, 

Merchant Flour and Grist, Columbus, R. 

M. Moore, 
Grist, Columbus, T. L. Smith, 
Grist, Columbus, Thos. Egerton, 
Grist, Columbus, J. B. Turner, 
Grist, Columbus, G. H. Blackwell, 

PHYSICIANS. 

Davis J. G., Columbus, 
Walker W. B., Columbus. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Columbus, R. S. Abrams, 
Coopers Gap, J. E. A. Waldrop, 
Sherman, N. Dimsdale, 
Tryon, M. Gilbert, 
White Oak, S. G. Hamilton. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

R. M. Moore, 700 ; John Gibbs, 140 ; 
N. Dimsdale, 400 ; Job Reid, 200 ; W. 
Dimsdale, 200; James Jackson, 400; J. 
M. Hamilton, 1,000; White Oak: J. W. 
Hamilton, 900 ; Jas. K. & Robt. Simpson, 

1,000 ; Elijah Taylor, ; T. G. Ridey, 

400 ; Wm. Splawn, 300 ; Daniel Feagans, 
500 ; A. J. Hamilton, 400 ; T. L. Smith, 

; Isaac Henderson, 500 ; Richard 

Whiteside, 500; Thos. Egerton, 1,000; 
Columbus. 

Surface — Moderately uneven — a fine 
healthy country, situated on Green River — 
soil generally good and scenery pleasant — 
water power good. 

Staples — Corn, Wheat, Oots, Rye, To- 
bacco, Flax, Butter and Live Stock. 



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RANDOLPH. 



EANDOLPH COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 16,7G9. 

Couuiy Seat — AeHEBORO. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Siqjerior Court.. B. B. Bulla. 

Coroner Reuben Frea. 

fB. A. Sellers, Ch., 
I Obed Osborne, 

Commissioncn .•...,■{ J. A. Blair, 

I J. H. Johnson, 
I, John Robbins. 

Register of Deeds W. R. Ashwortb. 

Sheriff. R. F. Trogden. 

Surveyor JNIinus Henshaw. 

iSoliciior Ith Dis J. R. Bulla. 

Standard Keeper A. G, Davis. 

Treasurer W. A. Brown. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 



Meth 



D. 



Meth 



Asheroro, , J. B. Alford, 

Concord, Salem Church, J, 
Thompson, 

Eleazor, Burney's Mills, J. D. 

Thompson, Meth 

Ebenezer, Gladesboro, J. B. Alford, Meth 

Frauklinsville, , G. C. Bynum, Meth 

Glen Coe, Trinity College, J. B. 
Alford, 

Hopewell, Trinity College, J. B. 
Alford, 

Mt. Pisgah, Cox's Mills,T. C. Moses, 

Mt. Sheppard, Caraway, J. B. Al- 
ford, 

Moss', Caraway, J. B. Alford, 

New Hope, New Hope Academy, 
J. D. Thompson, 

Old Salem, Franklinsville, G. C. By- 
num, 

Old Union, New Market, J. B. Al- 
ford, 

Oak Grove, New Hope Academy, 
J. D. Thompson, 

Prospect, Trinity C )llege, Z. Bush, 

Salem, Salem Church, J. D. Thomp- 
son, 

Trinity College, B. Craven, 

Union, Lasgiler's Mills, J. D. Thomp- 
son, 

Cedar Falls, Frankhnsville, E. 
Crutchfield, 

Mt. Tabor, , P. Snider, 



Back Creek, Caraway, 

Holly Springs, Moflitl's Mills, 



Little River, White House, 



Meth 

Jkleth 
Meih 

Meth 
JMeth 

Meth 

Meth 

Meth 

Meih 
Meth 

Meth 
Meth 

Meth 

Bap 

Bap 

.Friends 

Friends 

Friends 



Malbury, New Market, 

New Salem, New Salem, 



Friends 

Friends 
Friends 
Friends 
Friends 
, Friends 



Piney Ridge. ■ , 

Providence, , 

Rocky Creek, , 

Uwharrie, Hill's Store, 

B rower's Chapel, Asheboro, J. W. 

Heath, Prot. Meth 

Dunn's Cross Roads, , J. W. 

Heaih, Prot. Meth 

Flag Spring, Ashehoro, J. W. Heaih, 

Prot. Meth 

Fair Grove, , J. W. Heath Prot. Meth 

Liberty Grove. Sandy Creek, • 

, Prot. Meth 

Pleasant Grove, , J. W. Heath, 

Prot. Meth 

Tabernacle, , J. W. Heath, Prot. Meih 

Melankthon, Sandy Crk, Steir- 

walt, Luth 

Sandy Creek, , , Pnni. Bap 

Ashburo, , Simon Colton, Pies 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel, Asheboro, Dr. J. J. Hamlin, 
Hotel, Asheboro, J. H. Held, 
Hotel, Trinity College, V,'. R. Frazer 
Village Inn, Franklinsville, Nathan Cox, 

LAWYERS. 

Bulla James R., Asheboro, 
Bulla B. B., Asheboro, 
Jackson S. S., Asheboro, 
Robbins M. S., Asheboro, 
Reid Geo. W., Asheboro. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton Mills, Frankhnsville, Hugh Parks, 

Agent, 

Bobbin Factory, Cedar Falls, , 

Cotton Mills, Cedar Falls, Geo. Makepiece, 

Agent, 
Cotton Mills, (Columbia,) Franklinsville, 

D. Curtis A-gt., 
Cotton Mills, (Union Manufactunng Co.,) 

New Market, J. E. Walker, Agent, 
Foundry, New Market, Frank Gardner, 
Island Ford Manufacturuig Co., Hugh 

Parks, Agent, 
Sash, Blind. &c., (Steam,) Bush Hill, W. 

C. Petty & Co., 
Tannery, New Salem, Robt. McAden, 
Tannery, New Market, Frank Gardner, 
Tannery, Troy's Store. Henry Kivett, 
Tannery, Oak Grove, Lassiter & Co., 
Tannery, (Steam,) Bush Hill, A. U. Tom- 

liuson & Son, 
Hats, Asheboro, Henry Smith, 



Walker, Jones & Co., Brokers and Com. Merchants, 

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EANDOLPH. 



MERCHANTS. 

Odell (J. M.) & Bro., Juliau's X! 

Roads, G S 

Brown Alfred, Brown's Mills, G S 

Cedar Falls Co., Cedar Falls, G S 

Brower (Washington) & Son, Liberty, G S 
Brown W. A., Buffalo Ford, G S 

Curtis Dennis, Columbia Factory, G S 
Brown Hugh, Buffalo Ford, Saddles 

Franklin & Leach, Cox's Mills, G S 

Harris Geo. W., Salem Church, G S 

Harris J. C, Caraway, G S 

Kivett Henry, Troy's Store, Leather 

Lassiter Jonathan, Lassiter's Mills, G S 
Moffitt Hugh T., MofHtt's Mills, G S 

Mofiit Benj., Asheboro, G S 

Macon J. E., Lassiter's Mills, G S 

Odell J. M., & Alex. Regan's Store, G S 
Parks Hugh, Franklinsville, G S 

Shaw (M.) & Co., Trinity College, G S 
Skeen (U. D.) & Co., Eden, G S 

Townsend .J. W., Trinity College, Varieties 
Worth & Walker, Asheboro, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Alford Dr. ,T. B., Trinity College, Meth 
Craven Braxton, D.D., Trinity Col- 
lege. Meth 
Rush Zebedee, Trinity College, Meth 
Smith W. R., Asheboro, (Local,) Meth 
Lewallen Henry, Asheboro, Prot. Meth 
Dunn Josephus, Cox's Mills, Prot. Meth 
Hammer Wm. C, Asheboro, Prot. Meth 
Causey Joseph, New Salem, Prot. Meth 
Linebury Z. K., New Salem, Prot. Meth 
Robbins Nathan, Gladesboro, North. Meth 
Giles Jesse, Asheboro, North. Meth 
Colton Dr. Simeon, Asheboro, Pres 
Crutchfield Enoch, Franklinsville, Bap 

Steirwalt , Sandy Creek, Luth 

Grouse , Sandy Creek, Luth 

MINES. 

Gold, Little River, Eli Branson, 

Gold, Hoover Hill, J. M. Worth, Agent. 

(This property is being worked extensively,) 

Gold, Science Hill, , 

Gold, Asheboro, John Glewis, 

Gold, .Tone's Mine, , 

Gold, Asheboro, J. J. West, 

Gold, , Adam York, 

Gold, Cedar Falls, Elliott, 

Gold, Asheboro, Steel & Harris. 

Gold, Asheboro, Winingham, 

Gold, Marmaduke Williams & W. D. King, 

Gold, Htone Lick, , 

Copper,*Pilot Mountain, , 

Gold and Silver, , Enoch Brookshire, 

Copper and Gold. Asheboro, , 

Gold, Hill's Store, Nixon Henley, 
(Branch mines found extensively.) 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Merchant Flour and Grist, on Pole Cat, 

Wm. Branson, 
Merciiant Flour and Grist, Burney's Mills, 

Wm. Bnrney, 
Merchant Flour and Grist, A. U. Tomlin- 

linson & Co., 

Mcht. Flour and Grist, Fork Creek, , 

Merchant Flour and Grist, Stone Lick, 

Dennis Cox, 
Merchant Flour and Grist, Cox's Mlil, 

Micajah Cox, 
Merchant Flour and Grist, Cedar Falls 

Manufacturing Co., 
Merchant Flour and Grist, New Market, 

John Coltrane, 
Merchant Flour and Grist, Trinity College, 

John Dorsett, 

Mcht. Flour and Grist, Fonst's Mills, , 

Mcht. Grist and Flour, Eden, J. A. Gray, 
Merchant Grist and Flour, Franklinsville, 

Deep River Manufacturing Co., 
Merchant Flour and Grist, Asheboro, John 

Humble, 
Merchant Flour and Grist, Back Creek, 

Henly, 

Mcht. Flour and Grist, , John Kemp, 

Merchant Flour and Grist, Lassiter's Store, 

John Lassiter, 
Merchant Flour and Grist, Caraway, Isaac 

Keerans, 
Merchant Flour and Grist, Trinity College, 

K. Miller, 
Merchant Flour and Grist, Rush's Mills, 

N. Rush, 
Merchant Flour and Grist, Eden, Allen 

Skeen, 
Steam Flour, Science Hill, Lassiter & 

Bingham, 
Steam Flour and Grist, Asheboro, Wm. 

Glewis, 

Mcht. Flour and Grist, Sandy Creek, , 

Merchant Flour and Grist, Union Factory, 

Jesse Walker, 
Flour and Grist, Trinity College, W. K. 

Welborn, 
Merchant Flour and Grist, Bush Hill, Isaac 

White, 
Merchant Flour and Grist, Gladesboro, 

John Coltrane, 

PHYSICIANS. 

Asbury , Auman Hill, 

Alford J. B., Trinity College, 
Burns W. L., Asheboro, 
Bruton J. .J., New Hope, 
Black Thos., Long's Mills, 
Bulla A. C, Caraway. 
Brower J. L., Long's Mills, 
Conner W. H. H., New Market, 



Walker, Jones & Co., Brokers and Cora. Merchants, 



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RICHMOND. 



Caviness J. F., Foust's Mills, 
Craven John A. jr., Brower's Mills, 
Fox Michael, Sandy Creek, 
Fuller AlsoD, Jone's Mine, 
Grave Jesse, Brower's Mill, 
Hayworth M. M., Frauklinsville, 
Henley S. A., Hill's Store, 
Halton Alfred, Columbia, 
Hamlin J. J., Asheboro, 
Lane H. C, Brown Hill, 
McR. Dougan, W., Asheboro, 
Sellers B. A., Long's Mills, 
Tomhnson J. M., Bush Hill, 
Underwood G. C, IMarley's Mills, 
Wollen Chas. W., New Salem, 
Worth J. M., Asheboro, not practicing. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Ashborough, E. B. McLain, 
Brower's Mills, Wm. N. Brower, 
Bufialo Ford, H. T. Cox, 
Burney's Mills, Miss N. Burney, 
Bush Hill, W. M. Wilson, 
Caraway, Mrs. M. Winslow, 
Eden, John C. Andrews, 
Foust's Mills, Mrry Haughton, 
Franklinsville, Emsley Burgess, 
Gladesborough, F. J. Lyndon, 
Hill's Store, S. A. Henly, 
Hoover Hill, Nelson M. Crow, 
Jackson's Creek, Marinda J. Nance, 
Jones' Mine, Hannah L. Arnold, 
Lassiter's Mills, Doxcas P. Luther, 
Long's Mills, Benj. A. Sellers, 
Marley's ]\Iill8, Benj. T. Marley, 
Moffitt's Mills, Wm. B. Maness, 
New Hope Academy, Rebecca J. Miller, 
New Market, Duncan Newlin, 
New Salein, F. N. Ingold, 
Reed Creek, Mary J. Foust, 
Salem Church, R. P. Kearns, 
Sandy Creek, Shudbel York, 
Sawyersville, Wm. McK, Dougan, 
Science Hill, Jonathan Parker, 
Trinity College, Cornelia Z.jLeach, 
Troy's Store, Mrs. Sarah A. Bain, 
White House, Stephen Henley, 

SCHOOLS. 



Male Academy, Ashboro, , 

Female Academy, Ashboro, Mrs. S. E. 

Colton, 
Trinity College, Trinity College, B. Cra- 
ven, D. D., 

Academy, Science Hill, , 

Academy, Shiloh, , 

Academy, Mt. Olivet, ■, 

Academy, Glen Coe, , 

Academy, Middleton, J. W. Bean, 
Seminary, Oak Crove, 
Academy, New Hope, 



Seminary, Kendalls, , 

Boarding School, Trinity College, Miss 
Duty. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Seth Crawford, 821 acres, Bimiey' s Mills: 
John Lassiter, 167, lassiter's ililh : Ivy 
Kearns, 956; Frederick C4arner, 687; 
Silas Kearns, 297, Science Hill: Nathaniel 
Steed, 582 ; Col. Zebedee Rush, 699 ; Allen 
Tomlinson, 276; Ezra Hammond, 215; 
Logan Mc. Moffiitt, 500 ; George A. Foust, 
1,109; B. F. Cox, sr., 138; Enoch Brook- 
shire, 389; Johny Allen 150; Dr. J, M. 
Worth, 2,326, (7 Town liOt^^l^o), Asheboro: 
Samuel Lewis, 284. Grai/s X Roads: 
Henry Fuller, 1..277 ; Clarkston Fuller, 
322, Jackson's Creek: George Miller, 500; 
Nathan Spencer, 490 ; Samuel Hale, 320, 
Caraway : Benjamin Rush, 732 ; Penuel 
Arnold, 115, Eden: Thomas Finch, 392, 
Tearce's 3£ills : Lindsay Pearce, 300, Siish 
Hill : William Lowe, 490 ; Jacob Auman, 
418, Cox's Mills: George Auman, 304; Eli 
Branson, 482, White House : David Mc- 
Masters, 250; Washington Brower, 1,409, 
Sandy Creek : Abner ColtraTie, 1,312 ; Isaiah 
Craven, 800 ; D. Fox, 275, Foust's Mills : 
Alfred Rains, 141, Moffitt's Mills: Na- 
thaniel Brown, 745, Liberty. 

SuKFACE — Undulating, hilly but not 
mountainous — much of it rocky ; watered 
by numerous small streams with small 
plats of rich land adjoining known as 
b.Atom lands ; finely timbered and abounds 

in fine water powers. 

Staples — Corn, Wheat, Oats, Rye, 
Flax, Fruits in great variety, and min- 
erals. 



EIOHMOND COUNTY. 

PCPCLATION IN 1860 11,009. 

County Seat — Rockikgham. 

COtJNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court J6hr\ A. Long, 

Coroner Wm. P. McDonald, 

Elisha T. Long, Ch., 
J. W. O'Brian, 

Commissioners \ John Watson, 

Robt. Fletcher, (col) 
, Geo. AV. McKinuon, 

Hegister of Deeds AV. R. Terry, 

Sheriff Harris G. Terry, 

Surveyor W. W. Graham, 

Solicitor bth Bis Neill McKay, 

Standard Keeper , 

Treasurer Geo. A. Dockery. 



BELL J. A., Grocer, 

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KICHMOND. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Concord, , T. VV. Guthrie, Meth 

Green Lake, , T. W. Guthrie, Meth 

Hebron, , T. W. Guthrie, IMeth 

Mfc. Pleasant, , T. W. Gutiirie, Jleth 

Olivet, , T. W. Guthrie, Meth 

Philadelphia, , T. W. Gutlirie, Meth 

Church, Rockingham, T. W. Guthrie, Meth 

Zion, . , T. W. Guthrie, Meth 

Church, Laurenburg, N. T. Bowden, Pres 
Mizpah, , Andrew McMillan, Pres 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Laurenburg, T. C. Bundee, 
Hotel, Rockingham, A. McMillan, 
Hotel, Rockingham, R. T. Long. 

LAWYERS. 

Blue John G., Shoe Heel, 
Cole John W., Rockingham, 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton, Rockingham, John Shorlridge, 
Cotton, Rockuigham, Col. Charles Malloy, 



MERCHANTS. 



G S 
G S 
Liq 
G S 
Liq 
G S 
G S 



G S 
GS 
GS 

G S 
G S 
GS 



Capel fc Parsons, Covington, 
Carr & Foulkes, Rockingham, 
Dawkins J. W., Rockingham, 
Gibson Noah, Gibson's Store, 
Gay Solomon, Rockingham, 
Leak J. W. & W. C, Rockingham, 
Leak Ledbetter & Co., Rockingham, 
Ledbetter & Fletcher, (col.) Rock- 
ingham, 
Long John A., Rockingham, 
Long & Cooper, Rockingham, 
Little, LeGrant & Bradley, Little's 

Mills, 
Steel Thomas J., Rockingliam, 
Stewart Alexander, Rockingham, 
Sandford Jonathan, Lauiel Hill, 

Photographer 
Sandford Jas. H., Laurel Hill, 

Photographer 
Sandford Fraidc, Rockingham, Gen. Agt 
Ga. Mutual Aid Company for N. C. 

MINISTERS. 

Crowson Henry H., Rockingham, 

(Local) Meth 
Crovington, Jas. A., Rockingham, 

(Local) Meth 
Ledbet'er, Robt. S., Rockingham, 

(Local) Meth 
O'Brien Jas. W , Bear Branch, 

(Local) Meth 



Sandford Frank, Rockingham, 

(Local) Meth 

Sandford J., Laurel Hill, (Local) Meth 

Webb Leonard, Bostick's Mill, 

(Local) Meth 

Guthrie Thos. W., Rockingham, Meth 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Rockingham, W. F. Leak, 
Grist, Little's Mills, Jno. P. Little. 
Grist, Little's Mills, Presly N. Stanback. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Covington Jas. M., Rockingham, 
Covington, C. C, Rockingham, 
Dickson, R. D., Laurinburg, 
Patterson Duncan A., Little's Mills, 
Patterson Arch, Laurel Hill, 
Stausell Peter W., Rockingham. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Bennett's Vineyard, Elisha B. Bennett, 
Bear Branch, John H. Terry, 
Bostick's Mills, T. Bostick, 
Dockery's Store, Molly Dockery, 
Coviijgion, Alfred Baldwin, 
Laurel Hill, Elijah Hasty, 
Laurinburg, John C. McLauiin, 
Little's Mills, Miss M. A. Childs, 
Rockingham, W. L. Fowlkes, 
Mangum, Miss J. Christian, 
Powelton, Owen Hadley, 
Powhatan, Cyrus S. Reno. 

SCHOOLS. 

Acad , Rockingham, Anderson McMillen. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

\V. C. Leak, 3,000 acres; James P. 
Leak, 3,000; T. C. Leak, 3,000; R. J. 
Steele, 3,000 ; W. F. Leak, 10,000 ; Jno. 
P. Settle, 3,000; Presley, N. Stanback, 
3,000 ; B. F. Settle, 3,000 ; Chas. Malloy, 
3,000; Jno. W. Leak, 3,000; R. S. Led- 
better, 3,000 ; Jno. Fairley, 3,000 ; Hor- 
ner LeGrand, 3,000; Peter McRae, 3,000; 
W. B. Cole, 3,000 ; H. C. Wall, 3,000 ; 
BocJcingJiam : 

Surface — Level, sandy loam, generally 
rich, easily cultivated and very jiroduc- 
tive when well drained ; lays on the eastern 
shore of tlie Pedee River, and has abun- 
dant water power. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Rice, Naval 
Stores and Lumber. 



C. R. Mayer, Confectioner and Fruiter, 

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EOBESON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 15489. 

County Seat — Ldmberton. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Clerk Superior Court. 
Coroner 



Commissioners: 



Register of Deeds. 

Sheriff. 

Surveyor , 

Standard Keeper. . . 
Solicitor ith Dist. . . 
Treasurer. , 



.Jolm C. Moore. 

.Everett Phillips. 
H. J. McLean, Ch., 
J. L. Nance, 
James Oxendine, 
William Rice, 
J. D. McAlister. 

.Nat. McLean. 

.B. A. Howell. 

, J. A. Johnson. 

H. H. Smith. 

John A. Richardson. 

E. D. Johnson. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Black Swamp, , E. D. Johnson, 

Lumherton, Lumberton, Pit- 
man, 
Lumberton, Lumberton, W. M. Jor- 
dan, 
Antioch, Lumberton, H. McLean, 
Center, Lumberton, J. H. Coble, 
Bethel, Lumberton, M. McNair, 
Philadelphia, Lumberton, H. Mc- 
Lean, 

HOTELS. 



Bap 

Bap 

Meth 
Pres 
Pres 
Pres 



Pres 



Lumberton Hotel, John A. Rowland, 
Redman's House, Lumberton, Q. Redman. 

LAWYERS. 

French W. F., Lumberton, 
Leitch Giles, Lumberton, 
McLean Nathaniel, Lumberton, 
McLean N. A., Lumberton, 
Norment W. S., Lumberton, 
Rowland Alfred, Lumberton. 

MERCHANTS. 

Ashley Charles, Lumberton, G S 

Barnes W. P., Lumberton, G S 

Fields & Smith, Shoe Heel, G S 

Fuller A. W., Lumberton, G S 

Godwin Berry, Lumberton, G S 

Hartman & French, Shop Heel, G S 

Hays (0.) & Co., Shoe Heel, G S 

Kelly Geo. H., Lumberton, G S 

Lilly Roal & Co., Shoe Heel, G S 

Melke Arthur, Lumberton, G S 



Melliam (R.) & Bro., Clay Valley, G S 

Myrover Bridges, Lumberton, G S 

Petteway Jas. T., Lumberton, G 8 

Paschau E., Lumberton, Q S 

Pitman H. F., Leesville, G S 

Pope (J. T.) & Co., Lumberton, G S 

Prevalt E. & A., Clay Valley, G S 

Smith Nelson, Lumberton, G S 

Smith H. H., Lumberton, Q S 

Stephens M., Lumberton, G S 

Tolar S. B., St. Pauls, G S 

Vonglahn & Bro., Lumberton, G S 

PHYSICIANS. 

Barnes John A., Lumberton, 
Brown John B., Lumberton, 
Bethune Angus, Red Banks, 
Dick W. A., Lumberton, 
Dick John, Red Banks, 
McLean Hector, Lumberton, 
McLean A. B., Shoe Heel, 
iMcCallum W. D., Red Banks, 
McArthur David, Red Banks, 
Norment R. M., Lumberton, 
Regan John, Lumberton, 
Smith Daniel. Shoe Heel, 
Smith Duncan, St. Pauls, 
Thompson Charles, Lumberton. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Lumberton, Marvin Q. Bryan, 
Red Banks, J. E. Roberts, 
Shoe Heel, 0. S. Hays, 
St. Pauls, S. B. Tolar, 
Queensdale, Gilbert 0. Dea, 
Leesville, William Brown. 

SCHOOLS. 

Floral College, (Female) Rev. G. Morgan, 
Edenboro College (Medical) Shoe Heel, 
Hector McLean. 

Surface — Low, Level, and in many 
places swampy — lays on both sides of the 
Lumber River — much of the land is rich. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Shingles, Lum- 
ber and Naval Stores. 



EOOKINaEAM COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 16,746. 

County Seat — Wentworth. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior CoMr<. Thos. A. Bagland. 
Cormier Calvin Preddy. 



STIRON & BALL, Grocers. 



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ROCKINGHAM. 



Commissmurs, 



Begister of Deeds. 

Sheriff 

Survei/or 

Standard Keeper. , 
Solicitor 1th Bis. . , 
Treasurer 



Zach. Groom, Ch., 
William F. Windsor, 
Jolin II. French, 
Robt. Gwinn, (col.), 
Charles Williams. 
Green L. Joues. 
T. W. Patlersoii. 
James Siarrett. 



.J. R. Bulla. 
.John W. Foster. 



Meth 



Meth 



Meth 



Pres 
Pres 
Bap 
Bap 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Wentworth, Wentvvorth, John W 

Lewii, 
Leaksville, Leaksville, John W. 

Lewis, Meth 

Madison, Madison, S. De. Peeler, Meth 
Grogansville, Madison, S. DePeeler, Meth 
Eagle Falls, Madison, S. DePeeler, Meth 
Mt. Carmel, Wentworth, John W. 

Lewis, 
Lows' Chapel, Wentvrorth, John W. 

Lewis, 

Palestine, Madison, A. Gray, Prot. Metb 
Wentworth, Wentworth, D. F. Jor- 
dan, 
Madison, Madison, D. F. Jordan, 

Leaksville, Leaksville, Lee, 

Madison, Madison, Griffin, 

Center, Leaksville, — McNealy, Prim. Bap 
Sardis, Madison, — McNealy, Prim. Bap 
Epiphany, Leaksville, P. D, Thomp 

son, Epis 

Mt. Bethel, Madison, M. Dean, Chris 

HOTELS. 

Rockinrrham Hotel, Wentworth, James 

Hall, 

Reidsville Hotel, ■ Harris, 

Madison Hotel, P. Black, 

Wentworth Hotel, Wentwortli, James 

Wright, 
Hotel, Leaksville, Wm. Strong. 

LAWYERS, 

Boyd Andy, Reidsville, 

Reid David S., (Ex Gov.) Wentworth, 

Settle Thos., Wentworth, (Judge Supreme 

Court,) 
Scales A.jM., Wentworth, 

Ward , Wentworth, 

Mebane N., Wentworth, 
Morehead J. Turner, Leaksville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton Mills, Leaksville, J. Turner More- 
head, 



Coaches, &c,, Wentworth, Dr. A. Hum- 
phries, 
Foundry, Leaksville, Burton & Co., 
Tobacco. Ruffin, Fitzgerald & Co., 
Tobacco, Leasville, Price & Evans, 
Tobacco, Leaksville, Martin Grogan, 
Tobacco, Madison, William Reynokls, 
Tobacco, Reidsville, Robt. P. Richardson, 
Tobacco, Madison, George Webster, 
Tobacco, Madison, J. H. Cardwell, 
Tnbacco, Reidsville, E. M. Powell, 
Tobacco, Madison, Thos. Price & Co., 
Tobacco, Madison, Isaac Hand, 
Furniture, Madison, James Wright Moore, 
Tannery, Madison, Peter Scales, 
Tannery, Madison, Drury Smith, 
Tannery, Leaksville, Benton Field, 
Wool Carding, Leaksville, J. Turner More- 
head, 
Wool Carding, Madison, P. Price, 
Wool Carding, , George D. Boyd. 

MERCHANTS. 

Amos P., Madison, Saddles and Harness 

Burton & Co., Leaksville, G S 

Black & Vaughn, Madison, G S 

Cummiugs & Bro., Wentworth, G S 

Edwards & Co., Wentworth, G S 
Field Benton, Leaksville, Jewelry 

Grogan Martin, Leaksville, G S 

Hopkins P., Monroeton, G S 

Fitzgerald & Co., Ruffin, G S 

Johnson (Thos.) & Co., Ruffin, G S 

Lindsey & Co., Reidsville, G S 

Lomax H. P., Madison, G S 

Morehead J. Turner, Leaksville, G S 

Reynolds W. P., Madison, G S 

Oaks, Smith & Co., Reidsville, G S 

Price (J. P.) & Son, Leaksville, G S 

Price & Bro., Madison, G S 

Reynolds & Fields, Leaksville, G S 

Reynolds & Price, Leaksville, G S 

Ray & Co., Leaksville, G S 

Rawley & Bro., Ruffin, G S 

Ratlifi & Bro., Wentworth, G S 

Richardson R. P., Reidsville, G S 

Spraggins M., Madison, G S 

Stone F. L., Madison, G S 

Stone P. M., Madison, G S 

Smith Drury, Madison, G S 

Scott Wm., Wenthworlh, G S 

Wright Newton, Wentworth, 6 S 

MINISTERS. 

DePeeler Simeon, Madison, Meth 

Field Benton, Leakvilles, (Local,) Meth 

Field Daniel E., Leaksville, (Local), Meth 

Eudaly Elisha, Lime Kiln, (Local), Meth 
Shelton Samuel F., Walnut Cove, 

(Local), Meth 



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Thompson P. D., Leaksville, Epis 

Jordan D. F., Madison, Pres 

McNeely , Leaksville, Piim. Bap 

Lee , Leaksville, Bap 

Dean M., Madison, Chris 

MINES. 

Plumbago, Puffin, Anderson & Co., 
Coal, Leaksville, Wade. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Giist, Madison, Louis Joiner, 

Grist, Madison, Humphrey, 

Saw, Eeidsville, Wm. Lindsey, 

Saw, Reidsville, Jarvis, 

Saw, Reidsville, R. P. Richardson, 
Flour and Saw, Reidsville, G. D. Boyd, 
Flour and Saw, Reidsville, James T. More- 
head, 
Flour and Saw, Reidsville, Elisha "Wade, 
Flour, Reidsville, Lawson Wright, 
Steam, Reidsville, R. P. Richardson, 
Flour, Madison, Drury Smith, 
Flour, Leaksville, M. Grogan, 
Flour, Leaksville, Thos. Galloway, 
Flour and Saw, Leaksville, Burton & Co., 
F. and Saw, Leaksville, J. T. Morehead, 
Flour, Saw and Oil, Madison, P. Price, 
Saw and Grist, Madison, W. H. Foy, 
Flour and Saw, Madison, Smith & Price, 
Flour, Madison, James Cardwell, 
Merchant Flour, Grist and Saw, Madison, 

James W. Moore, 
Steam Saw, Madison, Jas. Cardwell, 
Flour and Saw, Madison, A. Lomax. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Courts James, Ruffin, 

Dandridge Thos., Madison, 

DeJournett, Geo., Ruffin, 

Foy B. F., Madison, 

Garrett Samuel, Madison, 

Hereford W. N., Wentworth, Dentist 

Hay P., Madison, (not practicing"), 

Martin Sydney, Madison, (not practicing), 

Johns A., sr., Leaksville, 

Johns A., jr., Leaksville, 

Powell E. M., Reidsville, 

Patrick H., Reidsville, 

Rains J. R., Wentworth, 

Reynolds Thos., Leaksville, 

Smith J. S., Madison, 

Smith Walter, Madison, 

Scales Jefferson, Reidsville, 

Thompson H. H., Madison. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Lawsonville, John Windsor, 
Leaksville, Jones W. Burton, 



Lennox Castle, James R. Garrett, 

Madison, M. S. Black, 
Monroeton, Lawson Wright, 
Reidsville, Stephen F. Terry, 
Ruffin, Mrs. S. T. Strader, 
Tliompsonville, J. G. Wheeler, 
Troublesome, Ann Pearson, 
AVentworth, Neil Ellington. 

SCHOOLS. 

Male Academy, Leaksville, T. S. Winston, 
Male Academy, Ruffin, Wm. R. Lindsay, 

Madison Academy, Madison, ■, 

Academy, Oregan Hill, Daniel Garant, 
Male Academy, Wentworth, N. Chebon, 
Female School, Madison, D. F. Jordan, 
Preparatory School, Moore's Mill, Mrs. 
E. B. Moore, 

Beulah Male Institute, Madison, 

Male Academy, Reidsville, Hobgood 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Geo. L. Aiken, 965 acres, valued at 
$9,500; John W. Broadnax, 666-$12.033; 
John W. Broadnax, sr., 1 556— $20,000 ; 
Lon. Broadnax. 333— $6,666 ; E. T. Broad- 
nax, 1,500— $20.000 ; Jones W. Burton, 
1,426— $12,780; John H. Clark, 1,569— 
$16,000; Jas. P. Dillard, 394— $4,850 ; 
James T. Morehead 3.051— $15.871 ; Sam- 
uel P. Wilson, 1.374— $20,890: John H. 
Dillard, Thomss Reyolds, Franklin Harris, 
Thomas Carter, I.enlsviUe : Valentine Allen, 
888— $8,550 ; Raleigh Galloway. 1,040— 
$8,000 ; E. F. Scales, 568— $6 (380 ; Hon. 
Thos. Settle, 1,227— $17,597, Spring Gar- 
den : Lee H. Dalton, 777— $6,999 ; Mary 
Moore, 1.992— $8,996; John D. Watkins, 
827— $13,260; J. M. Lindsay, 2318 ; Jas. 
Eeynolds, Thos, J. Robertson, Joshua 
Wall, RobertLewis, Joseph Cardwell, Mad- 
isnn : Dr. Giles. P. Bailey, 940— $10,030 ; 
W P. Watt, 2,220— $16,050, E?<ffin : Dr. E. 
M. Powell, 1.140— $5,248 ; Hon. Geo. D. 
Boyd, 838— $7,546 ; Robert W. Lamson, 
651— $7,000; Robert H. Scales, 1,308— 
$15,696 ; W. D. Bethel, 1,692— $16,092 ; 
John G. Broadnax. 2.000— $28,000 ; Rob- 
ert P. Broadnax, Hugh Reid, Wm. Sscales, 
Mitchell, Reidsville. 

Surface — Moderately hilly ; contains 
many beautiful farms and fine country 
seats, particularly along the banks of the 
Dan River, where the scenery is very fine 
and the lands rich. 

Staples — Tobacco, Corn, Wheat, Oats, 
and Fruits in great variety. (This is one 
of the finest Tobacco Counties in the 
State.) 



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ROWAN. 



ROWAN COONTY. 

Population in 1860 14,589 

County Seat — Salisbury. 
Population of Salisbuky in 1860 — 2,420. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Supei-ior Court.. A. Judson Mason. 
Cm-oner Benj. F. Fraley. 

'D. A. Davis, Ch., 
Francis N. Luckey, 

Commissioners \ John D. Joiiuslou, 

Paul A. Sifford, 

.John I. Shaver. 
^Register of Deeds. . . Obadiah Woodson, 

Sherif William A. Walton. 

Surveyor Chs. F. Waggoner, 

Solicitor Gth District. .A. H. Joyce, 

Standard Keeper William Brown, 

Treasurer Jas. S. McCubbins. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Ebenezer, Salisbury, Jas. F. Smoot, Meth 
Gold Hill, Spring Grove, Tbos. L. 

Triplett, Meth 

Gay's Chapel, Salisbury, Jas. F. 

Smoot, Meth 

Hickory Grove, Spring Grove, Thos. 

L. Triplett, Metli 

Lebanon, Salisbury, Jas. F. Smoot, Meth 
Mt. Harmony, Spring Grove, Thos. 

L. Triplett, Meth 

Providence, Spring Grove, Thos. 

L. Triplett, Meth 

Rehoboth, Spring Grove, Thos. L. 

Triplett, Meth 

Church, Salisbury, Jos. E. Thomas, Meth 
Salisbury, Salisbury, Thos. Hen- 
derson, (col.) Meth 
Christ, Salisbury, Geo. B. Wetmore, Epis 
St. Andrews, Salisbury, Ge.B. Wet- 
more, Epis 
St. Luke's, Salisbury, J. H, Tilling- 

hast, Epis 

Back Creek, Spring Grove, 

Bradley, Pres 

Franklin, Rowan Mills, Pharr, Pres 

Prospect, Spring Grove Bradley, Pres 

Thyatira, Rowan Mills, — — Pharr, Pres 
Third Creek, Rowan Mills, Wm. A. 

Wood, Pres 

Church, Salisbury, J. Rumple, Pres 

Church, Sahsbury, Downing, 

(col.) Pres 
Unity, Rowan Mills, Wm. A. Wood, Pres 
Church, Salisbury, Zuck Haughton, 

(col.) Bap 
Bethel, Gold Hill, Samuel Rothrock, Luth 



Chapel, China Grove, Whitson 

Kimball, Luth 

Ebenezer, , G. D. Bernheim, Luth 

Orange Church, Salisbury, 

, Luth 

Station, Salisbury, W. H. Cone, Luth 

St. Peters, Salisbury, Simon Scherer, Luth 
St. Paul, China Grove, Whitson 

Kimball, Luth 

St. Enoch, , A. D. L. Moser, Luth 

Salem, Gold Hill, Samuel Rothrock, Luth 
St. Mathew, Salisbury, Rich L. 

Brown, Luth 

Station, Salisbury. Rich L. Brown, Luth 
Union, Salisbury, W. H. Cone, Luth 

Lower Stone Creek, China Grove, 

Denny, Ger. Reform 

Mt. Zion, China Grove, Ingold, 

Ger. Reform 

Mt. Hope, China Grove, Denny, 

Ger. Reform 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Boyden House, Salisbury, Calvin T.Brown, 

Mansion House, Salisbuiy, William Row- 
zee & White, 

Boarding House, Salisbury, Mrs. Ann C. 
Brown, 

Hotel, Gold Hill, Snuggs. 

LAWYERS. 

Boyden and Bailey, Salisbury, 
Blackmer & McKoikle, Sal.sbury, 
Craige & Craige, Salisbury, 
Caldwell Rich. A., Salisbury, 
Henderson John E., Salisbury, 
Kerr Jas. E., Salisbury, 
Robbins, Wm. Mc, Salisbury, 
Shober Francis E., Salisbury. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Steam Plaining Mill, Salisbury, Meroney 

& Bro., 
Cabinet Shop, Salisbury, W. M. Wilhelm, 
Cabinet Shop, Salisbury, Robt. F. Davis, 
Carriage, Salisbury, AVilliam M. Baker, 
Carriage, Salisbury, William H. Smith, 
Furniture, Salisbury, Moore & Clodfelter, 
Harness Shop. Salisbury, Abner Peace, 
Furniture, Salisbury, Brower & Co.. 
Harness Shop, Salisbury, Wm. J. Plum- 

mer, 
Tcnib Stones &c., Salisbury, John H. 

Buis, 
Tobacco, Salisbury, Memory & Brother, 
Tobacco, Salisbury, Willis & Banner, 
Tobacco, Salisbury, Thos. W. Keen, 
Tobacco, Salisbury, W. H. Smith, 
Tin Shop, Salisbury, Chs. F. Baker & Co., 
Tin Shop, Salisbury, Thos. E. Brown. 



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MERCHA.NTS AND TRADESMEN. 

Bitting John H., Spli!<limy, G S 

Brown & Mock, Salisbury, G S 

Bingham & Co.,|8alisbui y, Grocers 

Brown Frank &. Co., Salisbury, 

Boots and Shoes 
Brittain W. J., Salisbury, Jeweller 

Bencini Anthony, Salisbury, Grocer 

Buis John II., Salisbury, Confec 

Brown Calvin S., Salisbury, Ret. Liq 

Bencini M. A., Salisbury, Livery Stables 
Conell Hezekiah A., Salisbury, Shoes 

Casper Henry B., Salisbury, Shoes 

Crawford & Heilig, Salisbury, Hardware 
Crawford Tbos. M,, Salisbury, Liv. Stables 
Enniss J^hu H., Salisbury, Drugs 

Enuiis Jas. H. (Agt.), Salisbury, Books 
Howerton William PI., Salisbury, 
Holmes Reuben J., Gold Hill, 
Harris N. D., Salisbury, 
Horah Henrv & Joseph, Salisbury, Jeweler 
Hall Jack, S'alisbury, Ret. Liq 

Hunt Jason, Salisbu-y, Ilet. Liq 

Hutchison (E. Nye) & Co., Salis. 

bury, ' Com. & Insurance 

Jarvis Moses W. (Agt.), Salisbury, G S 
Irvin Joseph C, Rowan Mills, G S 

Kennedy, Philip B., Salisbury, 

Photographer 
Knox John M., Salisbury, G S 

Lambeth William, Salisbury, Shoes 

McCubbins, Sullivan & Co., Salis- 
bury, 
Memory & Brother, Salisbury, 
Manney & Son, Gold Hill, 
McNeely Robert & Co., Salisbury, 
McCanless W. L., Salisbury, 



GS 
G S 
G S 



GS 

GS 

G S 

GS 

Tailor 



Moore & Clodfelter, Salisbury, Furniture 
Phillips & Brothers, Salisbury, G S 

Poulson Geo. B., Salisbury, D'ugs 

Parker Alexander, Salisbury, Confec 

Price Charles N., Salisbury, Tailor 

Patton , Salisbury, Builder 

Plummer W. J., Salisbury, 

Saddle and Harness 
Ritz C. F., Salisbury, Confec 

Smith, Foster & Co., Salisbury, G S 

Smith G. C, Salisbury, Grocer 

Sill Edward, Salisbury, Drugs 

Snider John A., Salisbury, Ret. Liq 

Stockton John A., Salisbury, Tailor 

Wallace Victor, Salisbury, G S 

Wise George, Salisbury, Shoes 

White Joseph 0., Salisbury, Ret. Liq 

Williford Jesse A., Salisbury, Tailor 

Beard & Harrison, Salisbury, Milliners 
Jackson Mrs., Salisbury, Milliner 

Peace Mrs. & Frieze Miss, Salisbury, 

JNIilliners 
Spears Mrs., Salisbury, Milliner 

Wilson Mrs., Sahsbury, Milliner 



MINISTERS. 

Henderson Thos., Salisbury, (col.) Meth 
Sin. ot Jas. F., Salisbury, M-Hh 

Shaver Isaac M., Gold Hill, (Local) Meth 
Triplett Thos. L., Salisbury, Meth 

Thomas Jos. C, Salisbury, Meth 

Haughton J. H., Salisbury, Epis 

Tillinghast J. H., Salisbury, Epis 

Welmore Geo. B., Salisbury, Epis 

Lambeili William, S^ilisbury, Bap 

Cowan Harvey, Salisbury, (col.) Bap 

Haughton Zuck, Salisbury, (col.) Bap 

Bradley , Sjiring Grove, Pres 

Downing , Salisbury, (col.) Pres 

Plian- , Rowan Mills, Pres 

Rumple Jelhro, Salisbury, Pres 

Wood William A., Rowan Mills, Pres 

Brown Rich L, Salisbury, Luth 

Bernheim G. D., , Luth 

Cone W. H., Salisbury, Luth 

Kimball, Whitson, China Grove, Luth 

Moser A. D. L., , Luth 

Scherer Simeon, Salisbury, Luth 

Rothrock Samuel, Gold Hill, Luth 

Penny , , Gp''- Reform 

logold , China Grove, Ger. Reform 

MINES. 

Gold, Gold Hill, Northern Companies, 

Qo\d, ■, Sam R. Harrison, 

Gold, (Richie) , Sam R. Harrison, 

Gold, (Chambers) , Northern Co., 

Gold and Copper, J. Heunanus & 

Fisher Trustees, 
Qoid, , S. 0. Brown & J. W.Baker. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bell, Samuel A., Salisbury, 
Caldwell J. A., Salisbury, 
Chunn M. L., Salisbury, 
Coleman L. W., Salisbury, 
Fraley J. R., Salisbury, 
Henderson C. A., Salisbury, 
Howerton Wm. H., Salisbury, 
Jones Isaac W.. Salisbury. 
Kreder D. B., Rowan Mills, 
Long Alex., Salisbury, 
Lucky Francis N., Salisbury, 
Locket M. A., Salisbury, 
Nesbett A. M., Salisbury, 
Roseman M. A. J., Salisbury, 
Ramsay Jauies G., Rowan Mills, 
Summerell J. J., Salisbury, 
Sifford Paul N., Salisbury, 

Shinpock , Gold Hill, 

Whitehead Marcellus, Salisbury, 
Wood D. B., Rowan Mills, 
Bason W. F., Salisbury, Dentist 

Bessent R. P., Salisbury, ^^entist 



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RUTHERFORD. 



RUTHERFORD. 



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Bringle Ferry, Miss Bringle, 
China Grove, Miss Hess, 
Gold Hill, G. C. Suuggs, 
Miranda, C. T. McLauglilin, 
Rowan Mills, Almon Eckler, 
Mount Ulla, John K. Goodman, 
Spring Grove, Richard Graham, 
Salishury, Anthony Bencini, 
Mount Vernon, E. C. Phillips, 
Wood Leaf, Miss Maria Ruffin. 

SCHOOLS. 

Male Classsical, Salisbury, J. H. Wharton, 
Town Scliool, Salisbury, Miss L. Utzmau, 

Mrs. Waring, 
Private School, Miss Betlie Wren, Miss 

Alice Pearson. 

R0RFACE — Moderately uneven ; water 
power plenty, soil generally good. 

Staples — Corn, Wheat, Cotton, To- 
bacco. Oats, Potatoes and Live Stock. 



EUTHERFOED COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 11,573. 

County Seat— RoTHERFORDTON. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. .3. B. Carpenter. 
Coroner A. P. Hallitield. 



Commissioners: 



Register of Deeds. 

Sheriff. 

Surveyor 

Solicitor 9th Bis. . . 
Standard Keeper. . 
Treasurer 



fB. H. Andrews, Cb., 

J. M. Allen, 

H. H. Hopper, 

C. .J. Sparks, 

J. Hampton. 
'.R. J. Williams. 
..Martin Walker. 
.A. S. Rcoggin. 
.W. P. Bynum. 
.Phillip Scagle, 
.E. McArthur. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Cedar Grove, Logan's Store, V. A. 

Sharj)e, Meth 

Church, Rutherfordton, V, A. 

Sharpe, Meth 

Gray's Chapel, Rutherfordton, V. 

A. Sharpe, Meth 

Kistles Grove, Rutherfordton, V. A. 

Sharpe, Jleth 

Pleasant Grove Burnt Chimney, V. 

A. Rhar}>e, * Meth 

Rocky Springs, Webb's Ford, L. 

C. White, Meth 



Salem, Oak Springs, L. C. White, Meth 
Tanners Grove, Rutherfordton, V. 

A. Sharpe, Meth 
Union, Rutherfordton, V. A. Sharpe, Meth 
Rutherfordton, Rutherfordton, T. 

B. Justice, Bap 
Bill's Creek, Chimney Rock, W. H. 

Logan, Bap 

Cool Springs, Burnt Chimney, Wm. 

Harrell, Bap 

Cane Creek, Patton's House, Geo. 

Rollins, 

High Hhoals, Moorsboro, A. Mc- 

Swain. 

Head of First Broad River, First 

Broad, B. E. Rollins, 

Mt. Vernun, Rutherfordton, W. H. 

Logan, Bap 

Mountain Creek, Chimney Rock, W. 

H. Logan, Bap 

Mt. Pleasant, Webb's Ford, Wm, 

Harrill, Bap 

Mt. Lebanon, Logan's Store, 



Pleasant Hill, Rutherfordton, J. L. 

Taylor, . 

Brittain, Brittain, N. Shotwell, Pies 
Duncan's Creek, Duncan's Creek, 

N. Shotwell, Pres 
Rutherfordton, Rutherfordton, N. 

Shotwell, Pres 

HOTELS. 

Planter's Rutherfordton, C. Burnett, 

Village, Rutherfordton, , 

Tatters Hall, Green Hill, J. V. Joy, 
Chimney Rock, Chimney Rock, William 
Wilson, 

LAWYERS. 

Carson J. L., Rutherfordton, 
Justice M. H., Rutherfordton, 
Logan Geo. W., Rutherfordton, 
Whitesides G. M., Rutherfordton, 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Bugsies, TJutherfordton, E. Albright, 
Buggies, liutherfordtou, .Justice & Car- 
rier, 
Buggie's, Rutherfordton, Wilkes & Mc- 
Arthur, 
Wagons, Rutherfordton, A. Wallace, 
Wagons, Rutherfordton, Thos. Moore, 
Smithing, Rutherfordton, John Wilkerson, 
Saddles, Rutherfordton, R. I. Church, 
Smithing, Rutherfordton, Bryan & Mc- 
Dowell, 
Harness, Rutherfordton, Elias Carrier, 
Smithing, Rutherfordton, Alex. McEntire, 
Smithing, Rutherfordton, Moses Horville, 
Smithing, Burnt Chimney, Wiley Morris. 



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MERCHANTS. 



Blanton J. B., Webb's Ford, 
Camp George, Webb's Ford, 
Carpenter J. H., Rutherfordton, 
CraloD John M., Rutherfordton, 
Fogg J. A., RiUherlordton, 
Fortune W. N., Golden Valley, 
Fortune Williamson, Broad River, 
Hardin Wm. J., Chimney Rock, 
Harrill William, Mooresboro, 
Howell A., Oak Springs, 
Harrell Robert, Webb's Ford, 
Jones John, Rutherfordton, 
Jones & Bryan, Rutherfordton, 



GS 
GS 
GS 
Drugs 
G S 
GS 
G S 
G S 
GS 
Dry Goods 
GS 
G S 
GS 



Lngan (Robert) & Co., Rutherforton, G S 
]\liller H. M., Eutherfordton, G S 

McArthur Eli, Rutherfordton, G S 

Miller (James A.) & Co., Ruther- 
fordton, G S 
Mitchell & Suttle, Eutherfordton, G S 
May (Daniel) & Son, Rutherfordton, G S 
Nabors A. H., Brittain, G S 
Taylor (H. S.) & Co., Green Hill, G S 
Thompson A. G., Logan's Store, G S 
Webster J. A., Webb's Ford, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Harrill Wm., Burnt Chimney, Bap 

Harrill Wm. jr., Webb's Ford, Bap 

Justice F. B., Rutherforton, Bap 

Justice C. B., Eutherfordton, Bap 

Logan W. H., Chimney Rock, Bap 

McMaham Alfred, Webb's Ford, Bap 

McCurry Lewi.s, Duncan Creek, Bap 

Wilkie Joab, Rutherdforton, Bap 

Burnett C, Rutherfordton, Meth 

Long A. M., Rutherfordton, Meth 

Michael Vincent, Rutherfordton, Meth 
May Daniel, Rutherfordton, (Local,) Meth 

Sliarpe V. A., Rutherfordton, Meth 

White L. C., Webb's Ford, Meth 

Shotwell Nathan, Rutherforton, Meth 

MINES. 

Leed's. Not worked now, 
Jamestown, worked by few hands, 
Gold Hill. Not worked now, 
Idler. Not worked now. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Flour and Grist, Rutherfordton, Allen & 

Davis, 
Flour and Grist, Oak Sprint, Philip Cason, 
Flour and Grist, Webb's Ford, D. N. 

Durhams, 
Flour and Grist, Brittain, C. C. Goforth, 
Flour and Grist, Rutherfordton, R. C. 

Ledbetter, 



Flour and Grist, Chimney Rock, W. H. 

Logan, 
Flour and Grist, Burnt Chimney, William 

Martin, 
Flour and Grist, Rutherfordton, J. H. 

Whiteside, 

PHYSICIANS. 

Craton J. M., Rutherfordton, 
Camp George, Webb's Ford, 
Dufify Thos. S., Rutherfordton, 
Gardner 0. P., Mooresboro, 
Hicks Oliver, Rutherfordton, 
Harris J. W., Rutherfordton, 
Jones John, Rutherfordton, Dentist 

Nabors A. H., Brittain, 
Hadgett, B. H., Rutherfordton, Dentist 
Rucker (J. S.) & Twitty, Ruther- 
fordton, 



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Otter Creek, S. Mitchell, 
Burnt Chimney, M. J. Hanille, 
Chimney Rock, Elias J. Wilson, 
Duncan's Creek, Hannah McFarland, 
First Broad, Nancy McCurry, 
Golden Valley, Mary L. Grayson, 
Gra.-'sy Knob, Mrs. Louisa King, 
Green Hill, Martha Moore, 
High Shoals, Miss D. Aydlott, 
Oak Spring, Sarah G. Davis, 
Patton's Home, N. L. Corvan, 
Rutherfordton, A. D. K. Wallace, 
Sandy Plains, Miss Ann Abrams, 
Cooper's Gap, Miss M. Waldrop, 
Logan's Store, Dicy R. Freeman. 
Webb's Ford, L. Metcalf, 

SCHOOLS. 

Rutherfordton Academy, H. N. Carrier, 
Union Academy, Rutherfordton, W. L. 
Twitty. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

L. A. Mills, J. H. Young, J. L. Mc- 
Dowell, llutherfordton ; Thos. Wilkins, J. 
A. Webster, Webb's Ford; James Good, 
D. King, Burnt (Jhimney ; Carson Phillips, 
John Davis, Oak Spring ; J. E. McFarland, 
J. C. Gettys, Duncari's Creek ; T. B. Caltoc, 
Williamson Fortune, First Broad ; W. B 
Andrews, James Andrews, Patton's Some ; 
L. F. Melton, W. B. Ferman, Logan's 
Store; Nathan Young, Brittain; M. H. 
Kilpatrick, E. M. Lynch, Green Kill; Felix 
Logan, J. D. Scursy, William Wilson, 
Chimney Rockf Moses Wilkerson, John 
Hemphill, Otter Creek. 



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Surface — A beautiful undulating coun- 
try, soil good, scenery fine, and water 
power good. 

Staples — Wlieat, Corn, Rice, Oats, To- 
bacco, Butter, Fruits and Live Stock. 



SAMPSON COUNTY. 

Population iif 1860 16,624 

County Seat — CLih-TON. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Co?ir<.. James K. Morisey. 

Coroner Jesse E. Barden. 

rJo. D. Pearsall, Cb., 
I .Jobn C. Carrott, 

Commissioners: -i L. C. King, 

Allen M. Blackburn, 

Register of Deeds W. A. Matthis, 

Shcrif Anjos S. C. Powell, 

Surveyor Joshua Robinson, 

Soliciter 4th Dis .John A. Richardson, 

Standard Ketper Lewis Johnson, 

Treasurer James M. Moseley. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bethel, Clinton, J. H. Robins, Meth 

Clinton, Clinton, J. H. Robins, Meth 

Johnson's Chapel, Clinton, J. H. 

Robins, 
Salem, Clinton, J. H. Robins, 
Boykin's Chapel, Clinton, Hugh 

McKilpin, 
Bualah, Clinton, Jonathan L. Stewart, Bap 
Clinton, Clinton, Hugh McKilpin, Bap 
Lisbon, Clinton, Jonathan L. Stewart, Bap 
Mt. Gilead, Clinton, Hugh, McKilpin, Bap 
Old Fork, Clinion, Jonathan L. / 

Stewart, 
Piney Grove, Clinton, Jonathan L. 

Stewart, 
Rowan, Clinton, Henry Howard, 
Clinton, Clinton, Benj. Z. ]\Iarablp, 
Clinton, Clinton, Nelson Z. Graves, 
Oak Plain, Clinton, Benj. Z. Marable, Pres 
Spring Vale, Clinton, B. Z. Marable, Pres 



]\reth 
Meth 

Bap 



Bap 

Bap 
Bap 
Pres 
Pres 



HOTELS. 
Sampson Hotel, Clinton, A.' S. C. Powell, 

LAWYERS. 

Homes Hardy L., Clinton, 
McKoy Allmand A., Clinton, 
Stewart Jonathan D., Clinton. 



MERCHANTS. 

Barden (W. E.) & Bro., (J. E.) 

Clinton, Ret. Liq 

Brunson & Son, Clinton, G 8 

Britt (Thos. M.) & Co., Clinton, Ret. Liq 

Brunson G. S., Lisbon, G S 

Culbreth W. & T. N., Clinton, Grocers 

Culbreth , Owensville, G S 

Ferrell (Jas. A.) & Bro., Clinton, G S 

Herbert (Langon C.) & Son, Clinton, G S 

Holmes (Owen) & Patrick, Clinton, G S 
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Drugs 
GS 
GS 
GS 
GS 
Confec 
GS 
Dry Goods 
GS 



Cooper Daniel A., Owensville, 

Plill John, jr., Clinton, 

Johnson A. F., Chnton, 

Johnson Warren, Clinton, 

.JohiLSon Charles P., Clinton, 

Murphy W. S., Taylor's Bridge, 

Moore Wm. H., Clinton, 

Monk J. M., Newton Grove, 

Marsh G. W., Clinton, 

Pearsall J. D., Clinton, 

Pearsall & Mosely, Taylor's Bridge, G S 

Register John R., Clinton, Confec 

Richman Samuel, Clinton, Confec 

Register Hannon H., Clinton, Q g 

Slevins J. H., Clinton, Q g 

Stewart (J., L.) & Gidder's (Henry 

B.) Clinton, Confec 

Williamson Benj , Clinton, Ret. Liq 

MINISTERS. 

Robbins J. H., Clinton, Meth 

Owen Miles P., Clinton, Meth 
JNIorton Ed., McDonalds M Roads Bap 

McKilpin Hugh, Clinton, Bap 

Melvin W. S., McDonalds J^ Roads, Bap 

Steward ,J. L., Lisbon, ' Bap 

Graves Luke C., Clinton, Pres 

Gibbs , Clinton, Pres 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Saw and Grist, Lisbon, .Jas. Armstrong, 
Saw and Grist, Lisborn, R. P. Bibb, 
Saw and Grist, Clinton, John L. N. 

Boy kin, 
Saw and Grist, Clinton, Wm. 0. Mautris, 
Saw and Grist, Clinton, Wm. B. Draughon, 

b-aw and Grist, , C. T. Stevens, 

Saw and Grist, Taylors Bridge, W. F. 

Murphy, 

Steam, Saw and Grist, , JohnAshford 

Steam, Saw and Grist, , James Wiley, 

Saw and Grist, , J. P. Underwood, 

Saw and Grist, , Thos. B. Matthis. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Bizzell Henry A., Clinton, 
Bizzell James A., Clinton, 
Faison John H., Clinton, 



C. R. Mayer, Confectioner cand Fruiter, 



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Lee A. W., Clinton, 
Mosely George W., Clinton, 
Meeks Wm. G., Clinton, 
Holmes Almand, Clinton, 
Murphy C. T., Clinton, 
Parker D. R., Owensville, 
Sloan David D., Lisbon, 
Thompson Wm., Faison Depot. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Blackman's Mills, Joel Hard, 
Clinton, John Roberts, 
Draughon's Store, Walter Lee, 
Hawley's Store, Miss Alpha Havvley, 
Herringsville, Sarah Highsmith, 
Monk's Store. W. J. Craddock, 
Newton Grove, N. K. Thornton, 
Owensville, John Smith, 
Taylor's Bridge, Fred Robinson. 

SCHOOLS. 

Female Institute, Clinton, Luke C. Graves, 
Academy, Clinton, Beuj. F. Grady & M. 
McLeod. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

J. R. Beaman, Dr. C. T. Murphy, M. J. 
Faison, Joseph D. Parker, Qgftn H. John- 
son, A. M. Blackburn, John L. Boykin, 
Wm. H. Herring, John A. Oats, Clinton : 
M. White, J. W. Matthews, J. C, Howard, 
John C. Williams, Miles P. Owen, Thos. 
Ballard, Owensville: Isaac Williams, L. C. 
King, Dr. J. C. Monk, Blackman W. Lee, 
Newton Grove : Joel Jackson, Rufas Jack- 
son, Marshal Jackson, J. R. Maxwell, 
Fleet Cooper, Hawley's Store, 

Surface Level, sandy, in places 

swampy — well timbered as to long leaf 
pine, much of the soil good — very pro- 
ductive of wild berries. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Lumber and 
Naval Stores. 



STANLY COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 7,801. 

County Seat — Albemarle. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. S. M. Red wine. 

Coroner Davidson Furr. 

f D. Ridenhour, Ch , 
W. H. Smith, 
A. F. Atkins, 
Andrew Honeycut, 
E. W. Davis. 



Commissioners . 



Register of Deeds S. S. Stone. 

Sheriff James Marshall. 

Surveijor William Randle. 

Solicitor bth Bis Neill McKay. 

Standard Keeper , 

Treasurer John A. Lilly. 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Albemarle, Elen Hearne, 
Hotel, Albemarle, Jos. Marshal. 

LAWYERS. 

Hurley Elias, Albemarle, 
Dargan Atlas J., Albemarle. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Wool Carding, , V. Mauney, 

Cotton Mills, Millidgeville, V. Mauney, 

Wool Carding, , M. Fesperman, 

Cabinet, Albemarle, J. M. Rivers, 
Cabinet, Albemarle, David W. Rogers, 
Blacksmithing, Albemarle, Aaron Sanders, 
Harness and Sadd!es,Albemarle, M.Parker, 
Wheelrighting, Albemarle, J. M. Rivers, 
Wheelrightlng, Albemarle, D. W. Rogers, 
Wheelrighting, Albemarle, Aaron Sanders. 

MERCHANTS. 

Ballentine H. H., Centre, Grocer 

Atkins John & A. S., Albemarle, G S 

Bennett & Son, Norwood, G S 

Green L., Albemarle, G S 

Hearne J. D., Albemarle, G S 

Harkey & Heilig, Big Lick, G S 

Ramsay J. T., Albemarle, G S 
Walkins & Smitherman, Norwood, G S 

Watkins W. H., Centre, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Atkins A. F., Albemarle, (Local,) Meth 

Puett J. W., Albemarle, (Local,) Meth 
Whitlock L. A., Albemarle, (Local,) Meth 

Bennett C, Norwood, Bap 

Carter H. B., Albemarle, Bap 

Foreman G. C., Albemarle, Bap 

Galoway G., Albemarle, Bap 

Littleton W., Albemarle, Bap 

Littleton James R., Albemarle, Bap 

Martin H., Albemarle, Bap 

Russell W., Albemarle, Bap 

Willhoit G. 0., Albemarle, Bap 

MINES. 

Gold, Albemarle, H. Parker, 

Gold, Albemarle, Hathcock, 

Gold, Albemarle, Lawder, 



STYRON & BALL, Grocers 

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STOKES. 



Gold, Albemarle, Crowell & Pennington. 
(All of tbese mines promise to be quite 
productive. 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Lone Creek, R. A. Carter, 

Grist, Rocky River, H. M. Broadway, 

Grist, Rocky River, J. Ingrams, 

Grist, Rocky River, C. Bennett, 

Grist, Long Creek, G. C. Foreman, 

Grist, Long Creek, E. Hame. 

Grist, Long Creek, R. Pickles, 

Grist, Rocky River, £. W. Davis & Bro., 

Grist, Peedee River, J. W. Smith & Laucir, 

Grist, Peedee River, W. Christian, 

Grist, Peedee River, M. Fesperman, 

Grist, Yadkin, William Kirks & Bro., 

Grist, Yadkin, Jacob Pennington, 

Grist, Yadkin, V. Mauuey, 

Grist, Jacob's Creek, E. & L. F. Shankle. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Anderson Richard, Albemarle, 
Lilly W. H., Albemarle, 
Shankle A., jr., Albemarle, 
■yV addle W. F., Norwood. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Albemarle J. W. Eivens, 
Lone Level, J. Love, 
Big Lick, W. Haukey, 
Norwood, W. H. Watkins, 
Efird's Mills, Noah E. Etird, 
Leo, Mary J. Jenkins. 

SCHOOLS. 

Seminary, Albemarle, Miss A. W. Peutt, 
Seminary, Albemarle, Miss M. Palmer. 

Surface — Broken, hilly and rocky, but 
well watered, and good lands on the 
margin of the streams. 

Staples — Corn, Cotton, Wheat, and 
Minerals. 



STOKES COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 10.402. 

County Seat — Danbury. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. .James Martin. 
Coroner Samuel Waggoner. 



f J. J. Martin, Ch., 
Walker Gaun, 

Coinmissioners .... ■{ A. P. Jessup, 

William Freeman, 
_G. W. Barr. 

Hcgister of Deeds Leander Nelson. 

Sheriff Wm. H. Gentry. 

Surveyor Gideon George. 

Solicitor 9th Dist A. H. Joyce. 

Standard Keeper Thos. Smith. 

Treasurer Isaac Null. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

GermantoD, , R. W. Hill, Prim. Bap 

Butialo, , R. W. Hill, Prim. Bap 

Colesville, , S. J. Lackey, Prim. Bap 

Clear Spring, , R. W. Hill, Prim. Bap 

Jackson's, , , Prim. Bap 

Oak Ridge, , , Prim. Bap 

Snow Creek, , R. W. Hill, Prim. Bap 

Danbury, , C. M. Pepper, Meth 

Mt. Herman, , C. M. Pepper, Meth 

Shadow Grove, , C. M. Pepper, Meth 

Pine Hall, Pine Hall, C. M. Pepper, Meth 

Friendship, , , Bap 

Mt. Olin, , Caudle, Bap 

Palmyra, , , Bap 

Hotel, Danbury, W. W. McCauless, 
Hotel, Danbury, S. B. Taylor. 

LAWYERS. 

Davis J. W., Germanton, 
Joyce A. H., Danbury, 
Stedman A. J., Danbury. 

MANUFACTORIES. 



Iron Forge, Danbury, , 

Tobacco, Colesville, N. M. Scales, 
Tobacco Martin's Lime Kiln, Pleasant 

Steel. 
Tobacco, Three Forks, R. D. Hays, 
Tobacco, Danbury, LaFayette Smith, 
Tobacco, Wilson's Store, J. B. Vaughn, 
Tobacco, Sandy Ridge, Nicholas Martin, 

Tobacco, , Scales & Webster, 

Tobacco, Wilson's Store, Jas, H. Leach, 
Tobocco, Little Yadkin, Nicholas Dalton, 
Tobacco, Germanton, William Chafin, 

Tobacco, , D. R. Leach, 

Tannery, Walnut Cove, William A. Lash, 
Tannery, Colesville, Thos. M. Prather. 



MERCHANTS. 

Bitting J. W., Germanton, Dry Goods 

Benton M. T., Germanton, Dry Gooda 

Dalton Nicholas, Germanton, Dry Goods 

Qolding R. D., Germanton, G S 

Lash Wm. A., Walnut Cove, Dry Goods 



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McCanless Dr. W. W., Danbury, Drugs 
Martin Nich., Crooked Creek, Dry Goods 
Moore A.. J., Gerraanton, Dry Goods 

Prather F. F., Danbury, Dry Goods 

Pepper John & Son, Danbury, Dry Goods 
Rives Wm. H., Francisco, G. S. & Tobacco 
Smith LaFayette, Danbury, Dry Goods 
Smith Thos., Danbury, 
Ziglar Samuel, Ayresville, 



G S 
Dry Goods 



MINISTERS. 



Pepper C. M., Gerraanton, Meth 

Eudaily E. J., Pine Hall, (local) Meth 
Helsebeck S. H., Little Yadkin, 

(local) Meth 

Hill Robt. W., Gerraanton, Prim. Bap 
Lackey S. J., Colesville, Prim. Bap 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Gerraanton, Morris, 

Grist, Danbury, Aaron Wagoner, 

Giist, , Joel Hawkins, 

Grist, , S. J. Lackey, 

Grist, ■ , William King, 

(^i-ist, ■, Alexander ^lountain, 

Grist , W. J. Moore, 

Grist^ , Presley George, 

Grist, , W. S. Schaubs. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Cole W. W., Walnut Cove, 
Flippin S. M. Westfield, 
Gibson Wm. N., Gerraantown, 
Hay R. D., Colesville, 
Hill L. H., Gerraanton, 
King W. S., Tom's Creek, 
Lash W. A., jr.. Danbury, 
McCanless W. W. Danbury, 
Moir R. F., Francisco, 
Peatross J. L., Colesville, 
Pepper John, Danbury, 
Pepper J. K., Wilson's Store, 
Pringle Franklin, Colesville, 
Scales J. W. Crooked Creek, 
Smith Darien, Colesville, 
Westmoreland Silas, Gerraanton. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Ayersville, Nancy J. Martin, 
Big Creek, Stephen Pool, 
Blakely, Sarah A. Brown, 
Crooked Creek, Miss M. J. Kington, 
Colesville, Miss A. A. Peatross, 
Danbury, W. W. McCanless, 
Francisco, C. C. Sraith, 
Gerraanton, M. T. Benton, 
Little Yadkin, Solomon Spainhour, 
Pilot Mountain, Henry Bowraan, 
Martins Lime Kiln, H. M. Smith, 



Pine Hall, Jonathan Flinn, 
Walnut Cove, W. A. Lash, jr., 
Wilson's Store, J. H. Leak. 

PROMINENT FARMERS.' 

Ruth Hairston & P. Hairston, 11.884 ; P. 
W. Hairston, 2'190 ; S. C. Hill. 838 ; S. 
W. Anderson, 1,265; Joseph S. Blackwell, 
560 ; W. B. Carter, 609 ; J. A. B. Dalton, 
554 ; Joseph Willis, 772 ; A. W. Rober- 
son, 1,006; Wra. A. Lash, 420; Joseph 
Fulp, 667 ; R. D. Golding, 726 ; J. M. 
Covington, 2,374; James Davis, 1,764; 
Wm. Davis, 2,280; J. J. Davis, 433; Wm. 
H. Flint, 1,080 ; C. W. McAnally, 533 ; 
James Reison, 1,030; Pleasant Webster, 
1,200; Haml. Scales. 485; A. H.Joyce, 
555; Peter Smith, 565; Leonard Smith, 
517; G. W. Tucker, 429; D. L. Smith, 
810; John P. Smith, 927; Hyrum Smith, 
1,048; Jaraes M. Hill, f84; J. J.Mar- 
tin, 653 ; John Royles, 425 ; J. W. Spain- 
hour, 474 ; Aaron Telly, 628 ; M. A. 
Smith, 865 ; G. W. Torress, 600 ; Wm. M. 
Francis, 700 ; John C. Flippin, 413 ; Sam- 
uel M. Flippin, 500; Presley George, 
552; Nancy R. Hughs, 3,885; Wm. M. 
Moore. 1,184; Joseph H. Smith, 700; 
Peter W. Hay, 422 ; J. W. Martin, 904 ; 
Adam Mitchell, 381 ; S. B. Allen, 320 ; 
H. Bvnum. 500 ; Wra. Bennett. 268 ; Wra. 
Johnson, 600; Dr. A. J. Martin, 500 ; Wm. 
J. Moore, 602; George Turner, 248; 



Surface — Moderately hilly — well wa- 
tered and timbered — rich along the strems. 

Staples — Corn, Wheat, Grasses, Fruits 
in great abundance, and Live Stock. 



SURRY COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 10,380. 

County Seat — Dobson. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clfrk Superior Court.. Alex. H. Freeman. 
Coroner Lewis Taylor. 

' Vestal Hutchins, Cb. 
W. H. Pell, 
Commissionen :. . . . \ Henry N. Wolfe, 
W. Golden, 

. Jesse Jarvis. 

Rcghter of Deeds Rufus S. Williams. 

Sheriff Wra. Haymore. 

Surveyor Robert Sanders. 

Solicitor 8fh Lis A, H. .Joyce. 

Standard Keeper Pedigo. 

Treasurer C. C. McMikle. 



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CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Ebenezer, , M. L. Wood, Meth 

Flat Shoals, , M. L. Wood, Meth 

Hick's Chapel, , M. L. Wood, Meth 

Hebron, , M. L. Wood, Meth 

Mt. Airy, , M. L. Wood, Meth 

New Hope, , M. L. Wood, Meth 

Oak Grove, , M. L. Wood, Meth 

Salem, , M. L. Wood, Meth 

Siloam, , M. L. Wood, Meth 

War Hill, , M. L. Wood, Meth 

Ararat, , John Jones, Prim. Bap 

Codies Creek, , , Prim. Bap 

Flat Top, , , Prim. Bap 

Fish River, , , Prim. Bap 

Franklin, , , Prim. Bap 

Mitchels River, , John 

Jones, Prim. Bap 

Round Peak, , H. Jones, Prim. Bap 

Snow Creek, , John Jones, Prim. Bap 

State Road, , , Prim. Bap 

White Plains, , Lewellyn, Bap 

HOTELS. 

Dobson Hotel, Richard Martin, 
Hotel, Mt. Airy, M. R. Banner, 
Hotel, Mt. Airy, Elisha Banner, 
Hotel, Mt. Airy, Wm. Rawley. 

LAWYERS. 

Cloud John M., Dobson, 
Graves Jesse F., Mt. Airy, 
Gilmer Jas. C, Mt. Airy, 
Norman W. M., Rockford. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Tobacco, Rockford, J. Hamlin, 

Cotton and Woolen Mill, Mt. Airy, J. W. 

Brower, 
Tobacco Factory, Mt. Airy, W. M. Banner, 
Tobacco Factory, Mt. Airy, Prather & 

Banner, 
Cotton Factory, Elkin, Ford & Sons. 

MERCHANTS. 

Allred S. T., Mt. Airy, G S 

Blackwell J. J.. Rockford, G S 

Brower & Gilmer, Mt. Airy, G S 

Ford & Sons, Elkin, G S 

Gilmer S. L., Mt. Airy, G S 

Gilmer (Robt. S.) & Co., Mt. Airy, G S 

Gilmer & Moore, Mt. Airy, G S 

Hamlin J., Rockford, G 8 

Long W. W., Rockford, G S 

Leighman & Butner, Stony Ridga, G S 

Moore (W. A.) & Co., Mt. Airy, G S 

Prather & Rawley, Mt. Airy, G 8 

Prather Thomas F., Mt. Airy, G 8 



Reeves R. C. & M. C, Siloam, G S 

Waugh H. M., Dobson, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Jones John, Dobson, Prim. Bap 

Jones Hugh, , Prim. Bap 

Lewellyn , , ' Bap 

Rawley Wm., Mt. Airy, (Local,) Meth 
Wood M. L., Mt. Airy, Meth 

PHYSICIANS. 

Osborn Thos. M., Dobson, 
Banner C. L., Mt. Airy, 
Banner Mathew R., Mt. Airy, Dentist 
Clement Geo. W., Rockford, 
Folger M. G., Rockford, 
Hollingsworth Joseph, Mt. Airy, 
Hollingsworth Wm. R., Mt. Airy, 
Mitchell J. T., Mt. Airy, Dentist 

Wolff N. A., Stony Ridge. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Dobson, R F. McGuffin, 
Flat Shoal, Joel Hamson, 
Mt. Airy, Hiram P. Allred, 
Rockford, L. H. Barnes, 
Tom's Creek, Samuel H. Taylor, 
Elkin, .James Minish, 
Haystack, James Hopper, 
Judesville, L. K. Thompson, 
Rusk, Miss E. J. Roberts, 
Stony Ridge, Sarah Wolff. 

Surface — Hilly and mountainous — 
traversed by beautiful mountain streams, 
forming numerous water powers, and a 
scenery rarely, if ever surpassed, for 
beauty and grandeur. The Pilot Moun- 
tain and other places in this county are 
much resorted to in the summer by pleas- 
ure seekers. 

Staples — Wheat, Corn, Tobacco, Oats, 
Rye, Fruits and Live Stock. 



TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY. 

Population 4,000 

County Seat — Brevard. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court.. Q. C. Neill. 
Coroner E. England. 



Commissioners . 



f C. Patton, Ch., 
L. C. Neill, 
J. Owen, 
G. Clayton, 
R. Whitmire. 



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Register of Deeds J. C. Davis, 

Sheriff. Geo. W. Wilson, 

Surveyor S. Orr, 

Solicitor Vlth Dis . . .R. M. Henry, 

Standard Keeper. . . . , 

Treasurer Kobt. Hamilton. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bethel, Davidson's River, A. W. Beck, Bap 
Blue Rid<^e, Blue Ridse, M. E. 

Smith, Bap 

Cathey's Creek, Dunn's Rock, G. W. 

Brooks, Bap 

Corrinth, Cherry Fields, , Bap 

East Fork, Cherry Fields M. M. 

Martm, Bap 

Enon, Davidson's River, A. W. Beck, Bap 
LiLtle River, Cathey's Creek, J. H. 

Duckworth, Bap 

Macedonia, jCathey's Creek, G. W. 

Mace, Bap 

Pleasant Valley, Cathey's Creek, S. 

Butler, Bap 

Shoal Creek Cherry Fields, W. C. 

Dunn, Bap 

Zion, Cherry Fields, W. M. Morton, Bap 

Brevard, Brevard, Bowman, Meth 

Brevard, Brevard, A. F. English, Meth 
Dunn's Rock, Dunn's Ruck, A. F. 

English, Meth 

East Fork, Dunn's Rock, A. F. 

English, Meth 

Little River, Bowmans Bluff, A. F. 

English, Meth 

Oak Grove, Brevard, Bowman, Meth 

Pine Grove, Bowmans Bluff, 

Bowman, Meth 

Station, Davidson's River, R. II. 

Chapman, Pres 

Station, Davidson's River, J. C. Car- 

ron, Pres 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Brevard, W. W. Moore. 

LAWYERS. 

Duckworth W. B., Brevard, 
Whitmire F. J., Brevard. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Carpenter, Davidson's River, J. Orr, 
Carpenter, Davidson's River, E. Orr, 
Carpenter, Davidson's River, G. Clayton, 
Carpenter, Brevard, E. England, 
Blacksmith, Brevard, A. Hay.", 
Blacksmith, Cathey's Cieek, J. Hardin, 
Blacksmith, Cotham River, B. Merill, 
Blacksmith, Cherry Field, C. R. Dunn, 
Blacksmith, Cherry Field, J. M. Morgan, 



Blacksmith, Carptr's River, J. M. Swayn- 

gane, 
Blacksmith, Carptr's River, J. C. Davis, 
Wagons and Buggies, Davidson's River, J. 

Merill. 



MERCHANTS. 

Bennett & Sons, Brevard, 
Duckworth William, Cherry Fields, 
Duckworth & Sons, Brevard, 
Lanktord (B. C.) & Co., Brevard, 
Gash, Erwin & Sons, Brevard, 
McMiun & Co, Brevard, 

MINISTERS. 

Beck A. W., Davidson's River, 
Brooks, G. W., Dunn's Rock, 
Duckworth J. H., Cathey's Creek, 
Drums W. C, Cathey's Creek, 
Mason M., Cherry Fields, 
English A. F., Davidson's River, 

(local), 
English A. A., Brevard, (local) 



GS 
GS 
G S 
GS 
GS 
G S 



Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Dap 
Bap 

:Meth 
Meth 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Brevard, S. King. 

Grist, West Fork, J. Owens, sr., 

Grist, Brevard, G. Shuford, 

Grist, West Fork, J. Owens, jr., 

Grist, Cherrv Fields, J. M. Morgan, 

Grist, Glowcester, W. B. Galloway, 

Grist, Davidson's River, H. Cagle, 

Grist, Island Fork, B. F- Akens, 

Grist, Lvda's Creek, 0. W. Beck, 

Grist, Estaloe, G. W. Whitmore, 

Grist, East Fork, J. Gilaspie, 

Grist, North Fork, E. Williams, 

Grist, Little River, Shuford & Bros., 

Grist, Williamson Creek, W. Wilson, 

Grist, Davidson's Creek, W. H. Robinson. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Harris J. A., Brevard, 

Lyda A. J., Davidson's River. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Brevard, W. W. Moore, 
Cherry Fields, J. L. Smiard, 
Claytonsville, J. H. Hood, 
Cathey's Creek, J. Hamblen, 
Dunn's Rock, G. C. Neill, 
Davidson's River, E. Paton. 

SCHOOLS. 

Corrinth Academy, Cherry Hill, 



Academy, Davidson's River, 

Academy, French Broad, 



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UNION. 



PROMINENT FARMERS. 

B. F. Atkins, 883 acres; J. H.Duck- 
worth, 1,169 ; J. G. Wilson, 908 ; W. Mull, 
980, Uatlm/s Creek: J, Owens, jr., 1,134; 
W. H. Robinson, 2,181; J. L. Siniard, 
935; W. Duckworth, 1,200; A. Butler, 
742 ; W. Fisher, 2,150 ; Jas. Owen, 1.877 ; 
S. W. Reid, 1,025; J. Bryan, 720 ; B. P. 
Fisher, 740 ; T. H. Galloway, 1,150, Cherry 
Fields : M. C. Johnston, 1,370 ; A. A. En- 
glish, , Brevard: J.W.Williams, 6,001 ; 

E. Paton, 2,229; A. Wilson, 710; S. 

Young, 618 ; A. H. Beck, ; A. Fen- 

glist, ; J. W. Clayton, 250, Davidson's 

River: J. Osborne, 1,263; J. Allison, 
677; C. Moore, 680, Calhoun: M. S. 
Thomas, 3,319 ; E. Shepman, 820, Cedar 
Mountain. 

Surface — A beautiful mountain coun- 
try, interspersed with beautiful streams, 
and displaying a scenery rarely surpassed, 
soil good. 

Staples — Corn, Wheat, Oats, Rye, Me- 
dicinal Herbs, and Live Stock. 



TYRRELL COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 4,944. 

County Seat — Columbia. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. Jos. R. Norman. 

Coroner Samuel Norman. 

f Jos. Cahoon, Ch., 
I Benj. Spruill, 

Commissioners: ■{ James Brickhouse, 

Chas. McCleese, 
(. Edward Mann. 

Register of Deeds Thos. W. Knight. 

Sherif Bartlett J. Jones. 

Surveyor Wm. G. Nelson. 

Solicitor 2nd Dis Joseph J. Martin. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer Daniel E. Lee. 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Columbia, John McCleese, 
Hotel, Columbia, N. E. Owens. 

LAWYERS. 

Jarvis Thomas J., Columbia. 



MERCHANTS. 

Spruill Eli, Columbia, G S 

Davenport Tully, Columbia, G 8 

Jarvis T. J., Columbia, G S 

Happer W. H., Columbia, G S 

Carstarphen W. D., Columbia, G S 

Owens K. E. & A. D., Columbia, G S 

Spruill (Benj.) & Son, Columbia, G S 

Owen (Benj.) & Bro., Columbia, G S 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Columbia, Ben. Spruill & Son, 
Grist, Columbia, Wilson S. Davenport, 
Grist, Columbia, Tully Davenport. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Leigh Edgar, Columbia, 
Ransom Edward, Columbia. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Columbia, Wm. A Lindsay. 

Surface — Low, level and much of it 
swampy — soil generally good and very 
productive when well drained and culti- 
vated. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Shingles, Lum- 
ber, Naval Stores and Fish. 



UNION COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 11,202 

County Seat — Monroe. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Clerk Superior Court. 
Coroner 



Commissioners: 



Register of Deeds. 

Sheriff 

Surveyor 

Solicitor 8th Dist. . 
Standard Keeper. . 
Treasurer , 



.G. W. Flou. 
.Burton Lanay. 
Calvin Trull, Ch., 
Levry B. Fincher, 
Ezekiel Qurley, 
Elisha W. Griffin, 
Elijah M. Walker. 

.J. 0. Griffin. 

.J. J. Hasty. 

.A. W. Bass. 

Ralph L. Buxton. 

J. M. Lellan. 

T. W. Griffin. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 



Mayor. 



Commissioners : 



Marshall . 



. .W. H. Simpson, 
( J. R. Winchester, 
} J. W. Holm, 
( John Shute. 
.C. N. Simpson. 



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CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Bethesda, , J. W. Abernathy, Meth 

Maple Springs, , J. W. Aber- 

nalhy, Meth 

Mt. Horiah, , J. W. Abernathy, Meth 

Monroe, Union, J. E. Irby, Meth 

Philadelphia, , J. W. Abernathy, Meth 

Smyrna, , J. W. Abernathy, Meth 

Black Jack, , J. W. Davis, Bap 

Monroe, , T. J. Taylor, Bap 

Meadow Branch, , E. D. Davis, Bap 

Olive Branch, , E. P. Davis, Bap 

Philadelphia, , , Bap 

Waxhaw, , J. W. Davis, Bap 

HOTELS. 

Union Hotel, Monroe J. E. W. Austin, 
Monroe Hotel, Monroe, James Rickett. 

LAWYERS. 

McCanley C. M. T., Monroe, 
Waikup S. H., Monroe, 

MERCHANTS. 

Bailey J. L., Monroe, Drugs 

Baucom & I3arnett, Olive Branch, G S 

Broon G. D., Wolfsville, G S 

Irby J. E., Monroe, G S 

Laughlin S. C. M., Monroe, Drugs 
Morgan & Robinson, Morgan's Mills, G S 

Mughty T. C. M. & Co., Monroe, G S 

Ogburn W. C, Morgan's Mills, G S 

Phifer & Co., Stewart's Mill, G S 

Phifer Sephen & Co., Monroe, G S 

Stephenson Wm., Winchester, G S 

Stewart J. M., Mon?oe, G S 

Shiite John, Monroe, G S 

Thomas & Redford, Monroe, G S 

Winchester T. D., Monroe,. G S 

MINISTERS. 

Abernathy J. W., Monroe, Meth 

Ricket Jas. Monroe, Meth 
Irby J. E., Monroe, (local) Meth 

Snider Philip N., Monroe, Bap 

Davis E. L., Olive Branch, Bap 

Davis J. W., Beaver Dam, Bap 

Taylor T. J., Monroe, Bap 

MINES. 

Gold, Wolfsville, Cnreton & Co., 

Davis, Wolfsville, , 

Stuart, Coburn's Store, Hugh Downing, 

Agent, 
Harkness Gold, Monroe, Dill & Co., 
Dismuke Gold, Monroe, . 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Monroe, D. Cuthbertson, 
Grist, Wolfsville, Howard & Bro., 
Grist, Monroe, Stephens & Bro., 
Grist, Monroe, William Crow, 
Grist, Monroe, D. B. Medlen, 
Grist, Monroe, John E. Austin. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Alexander & Buckett, Monroe, 
Blair J. S., Lanes Cieek, 
Bost A. J., Olive Branch, 
Lee James F., Monroe, 
McLaughlin S. C, Monroe, 
Smith D. M., Olive Branch, 
Williams J. J., Walkersville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Beaver Dam, M. AV. Munroe, 
Coburn's Store, Hugh Downing, 
Loves Level, S. E. Austin, 
Mjnroe, W. N. Sampson, 
Morgan's Mills, John E. Morgan, 
Oak Grove, .Julia A. J. Long, 
Olive Branch, H. T. Banconi, 
Richardson's Creek, Miss D. A. Griffin, 
Steven's Mills, John L. Hcoks. 
Wolfsville, Alfred Pervines, 
Walkersville, Miss Eliza R. Wilson, 
Winchester, Robt. Winchester. 

SCHOOLS. 

Monroe Academy, S. S. McCauley. 

Surface — Uneven and in places moun- 
taneous — water power plenty, scenery 
fine, lands good. 

STAPiiEg — Wheat, Corn, Rye, Oats, 
Fruits and Live Stock. 



WAEE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 28,G27. 

County Seat — Raleigh. 

Population in 1860 4,780. 

Population in 1868 6,200. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. John N. Bunting. 

Coroner Wm. B. Crawford. 

J. P. Andrews, Ch., 
Calvin J. Rogers, 

Commissioners, .... -j William Jinks, 
Robt. W. Wynn, 
Jacob Sorrell. 



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Register of Deeds W. W. White. 

Sheriff Timothy F. Lee, 

Surveyor Feudal Beveis. 

Standard Keeper H. I. Hesselbach, 

Solicitor 6th Dis William R. Cox. 

Treasurer Jeff'. Fisher. 

Crier of Court F. G. King. 

Jailor Emery. 

8upt. of Workhouse.. .Josiah King. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor Wm. H.Harrison. 

Chief of Police W. H. Martin. 

Assistant Police Bryan Luna. 

Constable \st Dist V. Ballard. 

Constable 2d List J. S. Bryan. 

f Middle Ward, 
I C. M. Farris, 
1 Phil. Theim, 
[a. Farrar, (col.) 

! Western Ward, 
Theodore Joseph, 
Jos. T. Backalan, 
[N. Duston, (col.) 

ipiasiern Ward, 
S. D. Harrison, 
S. Ellison, (col.) 
Josiah King. 

Clerk of the Board J. J. Christophers. 

City Attorney Lewis P. Olds. 

City Collector S. N. Whiison. 

Pump Contractor Dock. Cbavis. 

Weigh Master F. G. King. 

Chief of Fire Departm't. Jos. T. Backalan. 

NIGHT POLICE. 

Geo. Scales, Captain,Cheek Haywood, 

Robt. Crawson, A. McGuire, 

C. M. Hood, James Doyle, 

Wiley Hunter, J. L. Branton, 

S. B. Craven, James Rowe, 

Ed. Moss, H. Dunston. 
Alex. Selby, 

MERCHANTS INDEPENDENT FIRE COMPANY. 

Chief J. T. Backalan, 

Foreman . . . J. C. Brewster, 

Assistant Foreman. ..J. B. Jordan, 

Secretary James Ferrell, 

Fngineer Frank O'Donnell, 

Assistant Engineer . .K. Moses, 
Treasurer E. H. Love, 

Section Soaemen ... j J- ^^"^' , 
i D. T. Bunch. 

HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY. 

Foreman E. H. Ray, 

Assistant Foreman. ..R. F. Lasvvell, 

Secretary Thomas Hampson, 

Treasurer J. G. Burt, 

Fngitieer , 



BUCKET COMPANY, 

Foreman W. T. Stronach, 

Assistant Foreman . . .S. C. White, 

Secretary B F. King, 

Treasurer Vitruvius Royster. 

FIRE COMPANY NO. 1., (colored) 

Foreman James H. .Tones, 

Assistant Foreman .. .Samnel Stewart, 

Hose Director Geo. Perry, 

Secretary John E. Williams, 

Treasurer N. Dunston, 

Engineer Thomas Hall, 

Assistant Engineer. .Richard Stewart. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Church, Raleigh, T. H. Pritchard, Bap 

Cedar Fork, , A. D. Blackwood, Bap 

Mt. Pisgah, Green Level, J. C 

Wilson, Bap 

Salem, Green Level, J. C. Marcom, Bap 
Mt. Zion, Morrisville, J. W. Rogers, Bap 
Olive's Chapel, Green Level, Jonn 

C. Wilson, Bap 

Ephesus, Gary, Johnson Olive, Bap 
Mt. Harmon, Morrisville, A. D. 

Blackwood, Bap 
Bethany, Morrisville, Johnson Olive, Bap 
Hepsibah, Eagle Rock, M. G. Todd, Bap 

New Bethel, Raleigh, , Bap 

Church, Foresiville, W. T. Brooks, Bap 
Mt. Vernon, Forestville, W. T. 

Brooks, Bap 

New Hope, Raleigh, J. K. Howell, Bap 

Church, Rolesviile, , Bap 

Wak X Roads, Rolesville, J. K. 

Howell, Bap 
Wake Forest College, Forestville, 

W. M. WingateD. D., Bap 
Wake Union, Forestville, W. Royal, Bap 

Mt. Moriah, Auburn, S. Ivey, Bap 
Holly Springs, Raleigh, John C. 

Wilson, Bap 
Shady Grove, New Hill, Johnson 

Olive, Bap 

Piney Grove, Raleigh, W. West, Bap 
Friendship, Bunn's Level, J. C. 

Marcom, Bap 

Bethel, , , Bap 

Second Colored, Raleigh, 11. M. 

Tnpper, Bap 
First Colored, Raleigh, W. M. 

Warrick, Bap 
O'Kelly's Chapel, Moringsville, R. 

G. Tinnin, Chris 

Church, Raleigh, W. M. Haj^s, (col.) Chris 

Church, Raleigh, J. M. Atkinson, Pres 

Church, Raleigh. L. P. O'Connell, Cath 

Christ, Raleigh, R. S. Mason, Epis 
St. Augustine, (col.) Raleigh, J. 

Brinton Smith, D. D., Epis 



C. R. lUayer, Confectioner and Fruiter, 



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St. Mary's Chapel, Raleigh, A. 

Smedes, D. D., Epis 

Centenary, Raleigh, H. T. Hudson, Meth 
Wesley Chapel, Raleigh, J. J. Car- 
den, Meth 
Asbury, Gary, J. J. Hines, Meth 
Fletcher's, Durhams, R. S. webb, Meth 
Church, Rolesville, J. J. Hines, Meth 
Andrew Chapel, Hay's Store, J. J. 

Hines and W. M. Sorrel), Meth 

Oak Grove, Raleigh, J. J. Hines, Meth 
Holland's, Raleigh, J. J. Hines, Meth 

3Iacedonia, Raleigh, Thos. G. Whit- 

aker, Meth 

Beulah, Raleigh, J. J. Hines, Meth 

Ebenezer, Raleigh, iSydney R. Tra- 

wick, Meth 

Sidney Bethelehem, Raleigh, Sid- 
ney R. Trawick, Meth 
Pleasant Grove, Hay's Store, J. J. 

Hines and S. D. Franklin, Meth 

Soapstone, Hay's Stine. J. J. Hines, Meth 
Walkin's Mission, Raleigh, W. J. 

W. Crowder, Meth 

Crabtree Mission, Raleigh, W. J. W. 

Crowder, Meth 

St. John's, Raleigh, Jacob Horn, 

Af. Meth. E 
Lincolnvllle, Raleigh, Arthur Staten, 

Af. Meth. E 
Piney Grove, Rrleigh, Chas. Manly, 

Af. Meth. E 
Station, Raleif.h, W. W. Morgan, 

Af. Meth. E 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Yarbrough House, Fayetteville st., J. M. 

Blair & Co., 
Exchange Hotel, Hillsboro St., A. J. Rutjes, 
Ray's Hotel, Raleigh, John Ray, 
Planter's Hotel, Wilmington St., J. M. 

Debnam, 
Cottage Hotel, Raleigh, H. H. Thonoas, 
Boarding House, cor. Davie and Fayette- 

vills St., W. J. Young, 
Boarding House, Raleigh, Mrs. H. W. 

Miller, 
Boarding House, Raleigh, Mrs. H. Pen- 
nington, 
B'ding House, Raleigh, Mrs. Lucy Evans, 
Boarding House, Fayetteville st., Mrs. T. 

R. Fentress, 
Boarding House, Hillsboro st., Mrs. L. 

Branson, 
Boarding House, Raleigh, Mrs. J. Pullen, 
Restaurant, Hargett St., T. H. Joseph, 
Restaurant, cor. Wilmington and Hargett 

sts., C. F. Johns, 
Hotel, Wake Forest College, J. S. Purefoy, 

Fort's House, Forestvile, Fort, 

Hotel, Morrisville, W. Page, 
Hotel, Cary, A. F. Page, 



Boarding, Raleigh, Mrs. R. H. Whitaker, 
Boarding House, Raleigh, Mrs. W. R. 

Richardson, 
Boarding House, Hillsboro st., Mrs. R. W. 

Best, 
Club House, Hillsboro st.. Republican 

Club, 
Boarding House, Raleigh, Dr. Beasley, 
Boarding House, Hargett St., H Smith. 

LAWYERS. 

Battle Wm. H., (ex-Judge), Raleigh, 

Badger Richard C, Raleigh, 

Bragg Thos., (ex-Gov.) Raleigh, 

Battle R. H., jr., Raleigh, 

Battle Kemp P., Raleigh, 

Batchelor J. B., Raleigh, 

Bledsoe Moses A., Raleigh, 

Busbee Quentin, Raleigh, 

Busbee Chas. M., Raleigh, 

Busbee Fab. H., Raleigh, 

Cox W. R., Raleigh, (Solicitor 6th Dis.,) 

Fowle Daniel G., Raleigh, (ex Judge,) 

Haywood Ed. Graham, Raleigh, 

Jones J. A., Raleigh, 

Johoson John W., Raleigh, 

Lewis Robert G., Raleigh, 

Moore B. F., Raleigh, 

Mason Wm. S., Raleigh, 

Merrimou A. !>., (ex-Judge,) Raleigh, 

Moring J. M., Morrisville, 

Olds Lewis P., 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, 

Snow George T., Raleigh, 

Whiting George M., Raleigh, 

York R. W., Raleigh. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Old North State Foundry, Plough Factory, 

&c., Raleigh, Williamson & Andrews. 
Sash and Blind Factory and General 

Wood Shop, Raleigh, T. H. Briggs. 
Carriage Shop, Raleigh, N. S. Harp, 
Foundry and Plough Factory, Forestville, 

W. B. Dunn & Co., 

Shoes, Raleigh, Watson, 

Foundry and Machine Shop, Raleigh dt 

Gaston Railroad, 
Cabinet Shop, Raleigh, H. J. Brown, 
Oil Factory, near Huntsville, W. R. Miller, 
Brick Yard, Asbury, Jas. E. Allen & Co , 
Forest Manufacturing Company, (paper, 

&c.,) Forestville, W. B. Allegree, 
Aurora Burning Fluid, Raleigh, Rev. H. 

T. Hudson, 
Carriages, Raleigh, Alfred Upchurch, 



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Turpentine Dis,, Holly Spring, Rogers, 

Leslie & Co., 
Turpentine Dis., Holly Spring, Payton 

Norriss, 
Buggies, Raleigh, T. G. Jenkins, 
Turpentine Dis., Country, William Utley, 
t addle and Harness, Raleigh, TV'ihiam 

Hutchings, 
Tin Ware, Raleigh, Jesse Brown v?tth 

Hart & Lewis, 
Guns, &c., Baleigh, Charles Keuster. 
Copper Smithing, Raleigh, I. H. Hessel- 

bach, 
Cabinet Work, Morrisville, Penny & Carl- 
ton, 
Cabinet Work, Williams' Mill, R. & T. C. 

Secro, 
Congleton's Vegetable Salve and American 

Rheumatic Linament, Newbern St., J. R. 

Congleton, 
Tannery, Rolesville, Sidney Terrell, 
Corn Brooms, Raleigh, Institution Deaf and 

Dumb and Blind, 

MERCHANTS AND TRADESMEN 

IN RALEIGH. 

Anderson W. E., Fayetteville, st., 

Agt. Manhattan Life Ins. Co 
Adams Lynn, Market Square, Grocer 

Adams Len. H., Market Square, Grocer 
Adams J. P., Market Square, Shoemaker 
Allen C. B., Depot, 

Freight Agt. R. & G. R. R 
Andrews (R. B.) & Co., Fayette- 
ville St., Scott, Harrison & Co., 
N. Y. Clothing 

Anderson W. E., Fayetteville st.. 

Cashier State Nat. Bank of Raleigh 
Askew W. F., Raleigh, 

Horse and Mule Trader 
Armstrong John, cor. Fayetteville 

and Morgan sts.. Bookbinder 

Blake Mrs. Lucy, Davie St., Milliner 

Bryan A. P. C, Fayetteville St., 

Southern Ex. Co., Agent 

Briggs Thos. H., Fayetteville st., 

Contractor and Builder 
Bagley W. H., Capitol, 

Clerk Supreme Court of N. C 
Briggs Thos.H., Fayetteville St., Hardware 
Brodie G. W., Fayetteville st.. 

Cash. Freedmen's Sav. and Trust Co 
Backalan & Laswell, Hillsboro St., 

Club House 
Brown Jesse, with Hart & Lewis, 
(Hart & Lewis in Ni'wbeni,) Fay- 
etteville St., Hardware 
Bell Doutrlas, Fayetteville st.. Grocer 
Bryan & Washington, Wilmington St., 

Shoemakers 
Branson L., 15 Fayetteville st.. 

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Bell Hilliard, Wilmington St., Gunsmith 
Besson E., opposite Market, Tailor 

Brown Scott, under Tucker's, Barber 

Beasley Chas, Cabarrus st.. Grocer 

Bradley & Christophers, Fayette- 
ville St., Confec 
Brown Henry J., Morgan St., Grocer 
Brown Henry J., Morgan St., Furniture 
Brown Mills H., Fayeteville St., Grocer 
Blake N. A., Central Depot, Ret. Liq 
Best R. W., over Tucker's, 

Sec. N. C. Land Co 
Caswell Jno., Wilmington st., (col.). 

Grocer 
Cheatham (B. F.) & Bro., Market 

Square, Grocers 

Crow AVilliara H., Fayetteville st., 

Etna Life Ins. Ag't 
Coats Thomas H., Wilmington st.. 

Contractor and Builder 
Creech A., Fayetteville St., Dry GoodB 
Carroll W. H., Market Square, Fish Dealer 
Cuninggim William H., Raleigh, 

Ag't Cottage Loom 
Crow W. R., Market Square, Ret. Liq 
Congleton J. R., Pescud's Drug 

Store, Patent Medicines 

Crawford W. R.. Market Square, Butcher 
Clawson H. T., Fayetteville St., 

Upholsterer 
Curtis Joseph, Dawson St., (col.) Grocer 
Capehart Wilkes, Dawson St., (col.) Grocer 
Dewey C, President Raleigh Nat. Bank 
Denton N, V., Wilmington st. Bar 

Dunston & Hughes, Yarborough 

House, Barbers 

Dunston Chas., Wilmington st,. Barber 
Dobbin & Francis, opposite Market, 

Shoemakers 
Foote J. H., Raleigh, Pres. Home Ins. Co 
Freman S. J., Hargett St., Grocer 

Ferrell Rufus K., Hargett st.. Grocer 

Enniss Jas. IL, (Agent,) Fayette- 
ville St., Books 
Fendt Henry, Hillsboro St., Confec 
FrappsA. W., Fayetteville st., Restaurant 
Frapps A. W., cor. Davie and Fay- 
etteville sts.. Furniture 
Ford & Kayner, Wilmington st., 

(col.) Blacksmiths 
Fisher T. Jeff., Market Square, G S 

Fentress T. R., Fayetteville St., Tailor 
Feirell J. J., Market Square, Bar 

Grausraan M., Fayetteville st.. 

Merchant Tailor 
Grissom Eugene, Sup. Lunatic Asylum, 
Grant J. W., Wilmington st., Barber 

Grant John, Wilmington st., 

Our House Saloon 
Grausman M. & Co., Wilmington St., 

Clothing 
Gales Seaton, 45 Fayetteville St., 

Sec. Home Ins. Co 



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Heartt L. E., Fa3-etteville st , Dry Goods 
Ellen W. H., Fayetteville St., Shoemaker 
Howell J. K., Hillbboro st., Wood Dealer 
Holland S. D., Market Square, Fish Dealer 
Holleman W. H., Hargett St., Grocer 

Haywood Sam & Cap, Wilminston 

St., Blacksmiths 

Heide Alex. S., Hillsboro St., Grocer 

Holland H. B., Raleigh, Grocer 

Hester (J. G.) & Co., Fayetteville 

St., Dry Goods 

Hutchings Wm., Wilmington St., 

Saddle and Harness 
Harp Marshall, Wilmington St., Grocer 
Uaynes Ed., Wilmington St., Cabinet Shop 
Hesselbach I. H., opposite Market, 

Tin and Copper Ware 
Hawkins W. J., Gaston Depot, 

Pr«s. R. & G. R. R 
Holleman N. P., cor. Salisbury and 

Morgan sts.. Grocer 

Harrison S. D., Fayetteville st.. Grocer 

Harrison Mack, Hargett st., Harness 

^Hughs H. T., Fayetteville st, (col.) Grocer 

Hughes Branch, Hillsboro, St., 

(col.) Cabinet Shop 
Harward Mrs. Ann, Lanest., Miliner 

Hardy John, Morgan St., (col.) Grocer 
Hester J. G., Fayetteville st., 

Pres. Real and Personal Estate Agency 
Hester J. C, Fayetteville St., 

Sec. and Treas. P. and R. Est. Agency 
Hardy Alex., Raleigh, 

House and Sign Painter 
Harris (H. C.) &■ Co., Hillsboro St., Grocers 
Jones J. A., Fayetteville st., 

Books and Stationery 
Jones John. Hargett st.. Barber 

Jones (R. M.) &Co., Hargett, st., Grocers 
Jones (W. H.) & Co., Fayetteville 

St., Auc. and Com. Merch'ts 

Johnson Eldridge, Martin st.. Grocer 

Jones Johnson, Capitol, 

Ast. Clk. Sup. Court 
Johns C. F., cor. Hargett and 

Wilmington sts., Bar 

King & Whitelaw, Morgan st., 

Marble Cutters 
Kuester Chs. H. opposite Market, 

Hardware and Guns 
Kirkham B. S., Market Square, Butcher 
King, F. G., Wilmington st., Tailor 

King Josiah, Wilmington St., Bar 

Kreth Joseph, Fayetteville st., Tailor 

Kline (S.) & Co., Wilmington St., Clothing 
Karrer Jacob, Salisbury St., Grocer 

Kreth «fe Weikel, Fayetteville st., 

Merchant Tailors 
Little Col. Geo., over Tuckers, 

Pres. N. C. Land Co 
Lewis Mrs. A. V., Raleigh, Mantuamaker 
Lyon (W. H.) & Co., Market 

Square, Grocers 



Lucas Robt., McDowell st., (col.) 

Blacksmith 
Lunn Bryant, Central Depot, Ret. Liq 
Lougee & Bro., Fayetteville st.. 

Stoves and Tin 
Love Robt. & Son, Wilmington St., Grocers 
Long Alexes, Fayetteville St., Barber 

Lamson Francis, No. 1, Fayette- 
ville St., Jeweler 
Lassiter & Royster, Hargett st.. Grocers 
Lawrence A., opposite Market, 

Brooklyn Life Ins. Agt 
Lockhart Handy, Morgan st.. 

Cabinet Shop 
Levy L., Market Square, Clothing 

Morgan W. H., Suberbs, Notions 

Murray D. C, Fayetteville St., Dry Goods 

Mills Wm., , Grocer 

Moses Mrs. Irene, Hargett it., Miliner 
Mahler H., Fayetteville st.. Jeweler 

Mehegan W. A., Fayetteville st., 

Tobacco and Cigars 
Myatt & Williams, Hargett st.. Grocers 
Morriss (W. H.) & Co., Fayette- 
ville St., Furniture 
Montague A. K., Wilmington St., Grocer 
Norris B. H., Central Depot, Grocer 
Overby J. J., Wilmington St., Gro. & Bar 
Overby & Burt, Hargett St., Grocers 
Overby Parker, Wilmington st., Gro. & Bar 
Oettinger Isaac, Fayetteville st., 

Dry Goods 
Oettinger Mrs. Isaac, Fay. st., Miliner 

Palmer John C, Fayetteville st.. Jeweler 

Perkinson W. H., st.. Tailor 

Prempert H. C, under Andrew's, Barber 
Pescud (Peter F.) & Son, Fayette- 
ville St., Drugs 
Periy Camon, Hargett st., Blacksmith 
Perry L. S., Cor, McDowell & Mor- 
gan sts.. Grocer 
Parker M. A., Market Square, Grocer 
Parish Sam'l, Raleigh, House & S. Painter 
Parr C. D., Wilmington St., Grocer 
Pool & Uzzell, Fayetteville st.. Grocers 
Pool Jack, Raleigh, (col. ) Grocer 
Perry Ed., Davie St., Grocer 
Pescud P. F., Fayetteville St., Life Ins. Agt 
Connecticut Mutual, Life and National 
Life, [Fire Ins., Ga. Home, Phoenix, 
Putnam, Atlantic, Security, Valley of 
Va., Liverpool & London & Globe,] 
Peck Lewis, Wilmington St., 

Auc. & Com. Merchant 
Primrose, Petty & Newsom, Fay- 
etteville St., Dry Goods 
Page Rufus H. Hillsboro st., Woodyard 
Prarie J. P., Fayetteville st.. 

Who. & Ret. Liq. &• Billiard Saloon 
Parish E. J., Market Square, Grocer 

Prendergast Mrs., Wilminaton st., Miliner 
Royster A. D., Fayetteville St., Confec 
Rosenthal L., Fayetteville st.. Dry Goods 



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Rosenbaum M., Fayetteville St., 

Dry Goods 
Rogers J. M., Wilminaton st., Grocer 
Reeves Henderson, Raleigh, Grocer 

Rogers J. W., Hargetl st., Grocer 

Rogers Mrs., Fairground, Groceries 

O'Rorke & Burt, Hargettst., (col.) 

Wheelrighting 
Rosenbaum J., Fayetteville st.. Dry Goods 
Riddick N. J., Clk. U. S. Circuit Court 
Ray E. H., Wilmington st.. Grocer 

Sorrell Alvis, Wilmington st.. 

Bakery and Ret. Liq 
Selby Thomas H., Fayetteville st.. 

Sec. N. C. Mut. Ins. Co 
Smith Mack, Wilmington »t., (col.) Grocer 
Sledge Thos. D., Hargett st., Grocer 

Smith R. W., Hargett st., Butcher 

Scott Robt., Morgan st., Blacksmith 

Smith Henry, Hargett st., Tin Shop 

Smith «fe Scott, Hillsboro st.. Blacksmiths 
Simpson Wm. Central Depot, Bakery 

Stronach Geo. T., Market Square, 

Groceries and Liq 
Stonach (W. C.) & Co., Fayette- 
ville St., G S 
Towles James M., Wilmington st.. 

Auc. and Com. Mch't 
Thurston J. A., Fayetteville St., 

Boots and Shaes 
Tucker (W. H. & R. S.) & Co., (T. 
McGee), 23 & 25 Fayetteville st.. 

Wholesale and Ret. Dry Goods 
Thompson W. H., Fayetteville St., Jeweler 
Taylor A. D. Hargett st.. Grocer 

Taylor T. J., Raleigh, Grocer 

Thiem Phil., Fayetteville st., Fancy Goods 
Thiem & Miller, Fayetteville st.. 

Ret. Liq. and Billiard Saloon 
Thompson Mrs. William, Fayette- 
ville St., Miliner 
Upchurch A. N., Wilmington st., 

Groceries and Bar 
Upchurch & Dodd, Market Square, 

Grocers and Com. Mcht's 
Upchurch Wm., Wilmington st.. 

Groceries and B.ir 
Upchurch W. C, Harget st., ;Grocer 

Upchurch Williford, Davie st.. Grocer 
Weathers C. H. Fayetteville .st., Grocer 
Weathers J. S., Wilmington St., Grocer 
Williams John G., 

Pres. Slate Nat. B'k of Raleigh 
Watson Joseph, Raleigh, Shoemaker 

Wynn (G. W.) & Co., opposite 

Market, Livery Stables 

Wynn (G. W.) & Co., opposit'e 

Market, Saddlery and Harness 

Womble L. D., opposite Ma.iket, Grocer 
Womble Jordan, Hargett st.. Grocer 

Watson J. W., Fayetteville st.. 

Picture Gallery and Photographer 
Wait K. B., Salisbury st.. Undertaker 



Weil J., Fayetteville st.. Clothing 

Wait S. D., Brick Row, 

Agent Con. Mut. Life 
Williams Eli, Hargett St., (col.) Blacksmith 
Williams & Lambeth, Fayetteville st., 

Books 
Whitaker E. A., Steward Lunatic Asylum 
Williams & Haywood, Fayettte- 

ville St., Drugs 

Williams W. B., Dawson st., Grocer 

Vass W. W., Gaston Depot, 

Treas. R. & G. R. R 
Yearby (William) Rogers & Matt- 
lock. Raleigh, Butchers 
Vaughan Wm. H., Raleigh, 

Piano Tuner and Repairer 
Valentine John, Hargett St., (col.) Barber 

COUNTRY MERCHANTS. 

Andrews J. G., Auburn, Grocer 

Allen David, Forestville, G S 

Allen Romulus L., Forestville, G S 

Brown (R. M.) & Co., New Hill, G S 

Blanchard J. J., Holly Springs, 

Groceries and Liquors 
Carter S. S., Morrisville, G S 

Crenshaw & Thompson, Forestville, G S 
Carter Sidney, Hay's Store, Grocer 

Dunn (W. B.) & Co., Forestville, 

Agricultural Implementu 
Dunn Peterson, Dunnsville, G S 

Dunn (J. R ) & Son, Forestville, G S 

Dowell A. H., Asbury, G S 

Ellis Dr. R. B., Eagle Rock, Drugs 

Fowler Joseph, Rolesville, G 8 

Fleming J. & J. R., Rolesville, G S 

Griffith Haywood, Auburn, G S 

Horn S. R., Morrisville, G S 

Harrison Dr. B. S., Forestville, G S 

Hunter W. Knox, Rolesville, G S 

London (H. A.) & Son, Holly Springs, G S 
Moore Arch, Forestville, Shoemaker 

Matthews W. H., New Hill, Retail Grocer 
Page Jas. R., Gary, G S 

Pool B., Auburn, Grocer 

Page F. A., Cary, Lura. and Green Fruit 
Pugh J. M., Morrisville, G3 

Purefoy J. S., Wake Forest College, G S 
Rolling H. G., Country, Grocer 

Richardson, Holden & Newell, 

Eagle Rock, G S 

Wiggins J. W., Bra«sflelds, G S 

MINISTERS. 

Blackwood A. D., Cedar Fork, Bap 

Brooks W. T., Forestville, Bap 

Bowling T. Green Level, Bi.p 
Collins J. W., New Hill, (Licentiate,) Bap 

Churchhill Owen, Chalk Level, Bap 

Davis J. D., St. Charles, Bap 

Ellis . Raleigh, (col.) Bap 

Freeman M. D., Wakefield, Bap 



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Howell J. K., Ealeigh, Bap 

Howell Jesse, Win^low, Bap 

Hocut H., Earpsboro, Bap 

Ivey S., Aiilmin, Bap 

Kingsbury T. B., D, D., Raleigh, Bap 

King J. J., Cary, (Liceiiliale,) Bap 

Laylon J. II., Morrisville, Bap 

Marcoui J. C, Ilalei<Th, Bap 

Mecom Ellen, Earpsboro, Bap 

Mills Green, Green Level, (Tjicentiate,)Bap 
Marconi Jas. C, Bunn's Level, Bap 

Nowell W. C, Eari)sboro, Bap 

Nowell M., Eagle Rock, Bap 

Olive Johnson, Cary. Bap 

Pritchard Thos. H., Raleig-h Bap 

Packer Wharton, Raleiah, (Licentiate,) Bap 
Pope W. L., William's Mill, (Licent.) Bap 
Purefoy J. S., Foreslville, Bap 

Purefov A. F., Forestville, Bap 

Rosers J. W. F., Holly Springs, Bap 

Royal W. B., Foreslville, Bap 

Todd M. G., Eagle Rock, Bap 

Tupper H. M., Raleigh, Bap 

Wilson John C, Green Level, Bap 

West H. C, Raleigh, Bap 

Wingate W. M., (U. D.) Foreslville, Bap 
Warrick W. M., Raleigh, (col.) Bap 

Walters W. T., Forestville, Bap 

Young Thos. W., Dayton, Bap 

Ma.son R. S., (D. D.) Raleigh, Epis 

Smith J. Brinton, (D. D.) Raleigh, Epis 
Smedes Aldert, (D. D.) Raleigh, Epis 

Smedes Bennett, Raleigh, Epis 

Branson L., Raleigh, (Local,) Meth 

Blake BennetT., Oak Grove, (Local,) Meth 
Burt John, Hollv Springs, (Local,) Meth 
Crowder W. J. W., Raleigh, (Local, )Meth 
Cuninggim W. H., Raleigh, (Local, Meth 
Garden J. J., Raleigh, Meth 

Franklin S. D., Raleigh, (Local,) Meth 
Hudson H. T., Raleigh, Meth 

Hines J. J., Raleigh, Meth 

Pell Wm. E., Raleigh, Meth 

Sorrell W. M., Cary, (Local,) Sleth 

Trawick S. R., Raleigh, (Local,) Meth 
Whitaker R. H., Raleigh, (local) Meth 
Whitson S. N., Raleigh, (local) 

North. ]\reth 
Whitaker Thos. G., Raleigh, (local) Meth 
Brodie G. W., Raleigh, A. M. E 

Farrar Nelson, Raleigh, A. M. E 

Horn Jacob, Raleigh A. M. E 

Lucas Robt., Raleigh, A. M. E 

Manly Chas., Raleigh, A. M. E 

Morgan W. W., Raleigh, A. M. E 

Staten Arthur, Raleigh, A. M. E 

Atkinson J. M., Raleigh, Pres 

Lacy Drury, D. D., Raleigh, Pres 

Lacy Willie S., Raleigh, Pres 

Brewer Fisk P., Raleigh, Cong 

Hayes H. B., Raleigh, Christian 

Hayes Wm. H., Raleigh, (col.) Christian 



MINES. 

Plumbago, Near Raleigh, Heron Ming Co., 

Granite Quarry, Raleigh, (where the stone 

was quarried lor the Capitol Bu.kliugs.) 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Flour and Grist, Auburn, Wm. R. Poul, 

Grist, Auburn, W. L. Fort. 

Grrist, Auburn, Wm. Bond, 

Grist, Raleigh, R. A. Smith. 

Grist, Raleigh, W. H. & R. S. Tucker, 

Grist, Raleigh, i\[. A. Bledsoe, 

Grist, Raleigh, N. B. Green, 

Flour, Grist and Saw, Raleigh, Phoris 

Yates, 
Flour and Grist, Bank's, A. Myatt, 
Flour and Grist, lioliy Springs, William 

Clements, 
Flour and Grist, South of Raleigh, G. H. 

Alford, 
Flour and Grist, Cedar Fork, Mrs. Fanny 

Page, 
Flour and Grist, West of Baleigh, A. & P. 

Yates. 
Flour and Grist, Holly Springs, Bright 

Holland, 
Flour and Grist, Holly Springs, G. Beck- 

vvith, 
Flour and Grist, Holly Springs, 

Thomas, 
Steam Saw, South of Raleigh, J. A. Norris, 
Steam Saw, Auburn, J. J. & R. W. Young, 
Hteara Saw, Cary, (Frank) Page & A. 

Yates, 
Steam Saw, Southwest of Raleigh, J. F. 

Curfman, 
Sterm Saw, Cary, David Williams, 
Steam Saw, Northwest of Raleigh, 



Steam Saw, Cary, John McElington, 
Steam Saw, 10 miles. South of Raleigh, 

Frank Steadman, 
Steam Saw, Kansora Gulley, 
Flour and Grist, Rolesville, W. Hartsfield, 
Flour and Grist, Wakefield, B. T. Strick- 
land, 
Flour and Grist, Eagle Rock. James Todd, 
Flour and Grist, Eagle Rock, W. A. 

Rhodes, 
Grist, Forestville, J. M. Crenshaw, 
Grist, 4 miles East of Raleigh, E. B. Sater, 
Flour and Grist, Raleigh, I. H. Rogers, 
Grist, Northwest of Raleigh, Scott Tucker, 
Flour and Grist, Northwest of Raleigli, W. 

Page & Co., 
Flour and Grist, Northwest of Raleigh, W. 

J. Brown, 
Flour and Grist, Northwest of Raleigh, J. 

M. Ilarriss, 
Flour, Grist and Saw, Northwest of 

Raleigh, Kline & Grausman, 



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Grist, Northwest of Raleigh, J. J. Lynn. 
Grist, Northwest of Raleigh, Eli Ferrell, 
Grist, Northwest of Raleigh, Mrs. A. 

Thompson, 
Grist, (Public,) Parish Grove, R. Yearby, 
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. Dunn, 
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. 
Flour and Grist, Raleigh, Geo. Lynn, 
Flour and Grist, William's Mill, R. T. D. 

Secro, 
Flour and Grist, William's Mill, M. B. 

Williams, 
Grist and Saw, Morrisville, Wm. Page 

&Co., 
Grist and Saw, Gary, Allen & Scott, 
Steam Saw, Gary, C. F. Dowd & Bro., 

PHYSICIANS. 



Avera Thos. H., Eatle Rock, 
Babcock P., Raleigh, 
Banks Thos. L., Bank's P. 0., 
Busbee W. J., Auburn, 
Crawford J. H., Raleigh, 
Chappell Leroy, Forestville, 
Dunn Jos. B,, Milburnie, 
Dowd C. F., Gary, 
Fleming Robt. J., Rolesville, 
Fuller Frank F. Raleigh, 
Hicks, W. N., Fish Dam, 
Hicks Thomas, Morrisville, 
Harriss Henry, Forestville, 
Haywood Fab. J., Raleigli, 
Hill Wm. G., Raleigh, 
Haywood E. Burke, Raleigh, 
Haywood R. B., Raleigh, 
Harrison B. F., Forestville, 
Haywood Fab. J. jr., Raleigh, 
Little:Wm., Raleigh, 
Lowe W. M. County, 
Johnson Chas. £., Baleigh, 

Judson , Thompson's Store, 

McKee W. H., Raleigh, 
Maoly L. C, Auburn, 
Montague H. W., Rolesville, 
Montague Alex. M., Rolesville, 
Miller W. R., Raleigh, 
Pearce J. J., Thompson's Store, 
Penny J. A., Dayton, 
Roysler W. I., Raleigh, 
Taylor Sam'l., Holly Springs, 
Young T. W., Morrisville, 
Young A. R., Rolesville, 



Dentist 



Dentist 



Hurndon W. T., Morrisville, 
Allison G. J., Morrisville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Auburn, John G. Andrew, 
Brassfield, J. W. Higgins, 
Cary, James Page, 
Dayton, R. Marshall, 
Eagle Rock, Miss K. Chamblee, 
Fish Dam, Grandison Philpott, 
Forestville, W. H. Hyatt, 
Green Level, A. D. Upchurch, 
Hay's Store, W. H. Page, 
Middle Creek, J. B. Strain, 
Morrisville, Miss S. A. Morriss, 
New Light, Mrs. C. C. Rogers, 
New Hill, D. H. Gardener, 
Raleigh, Calvin J. Rogers, 
Rolesville, Mrs. Virginia Terrell, 
Wakefield, Mrs. V. N. Strickland, 
William's Mill, . 

SCHOOLS. 

Institution Deaf and Dumb and Blind, 

Raleigh, Wiley J. Palmer, Pprincipal ; 
St. Mary's Female, Raleigh, (Episcopal,) 

Aldert Smedes, D. D., 
Peace Institute, Raleigh, (Presbyterian,) 

Building not yet completed, 
Boys School Classical, Raleigh, Drury 

Lacy, D. D. & W. S. Lacy, 
Girls School, Raleigh, Mrs. Drury Lacy, 
Female School, Raleigh, Mrs. J. K. 

Howell, 
Boys School, Raleigh, E. B. Thomas, 
Primary School, Raleigh, Misses Ilutch- 

ings and Harrison, 
Primary School, Raleigh, Mrs. Ellen 

Mordicai, 
Classical School, Spring Hill, C. N. Allen, 
Classical School, Oak Grove, J. J. Fray, 
Female School Rolesville, Mrs. Terrell, 
Female School, Rolesville, Miss Redford, 
Primary School, Miss Eliza Haywood, 
Wake Forest Col., W. M. Wiugate, D. D., 
Academy, Eagle Rock, Rev. M. Q. Todd, 
Male Academy, Raleigh, R.S.Mason, D.D., 

and G. S. Ryan, 
Primary School, Cary, Miss Polly Adams, 
Episcopal Parish School, Raleigh, Mrs. 

Jennie E. Henry, 
(Johnson) Meth. School, (col.), Raleigh, 

300 pupils, Miss Ann Graves, 
Tupper's School, (col.), Raleigh, 400 pu- 
pils, H. M. T upper. 
Brewer's School (col.), Raleigh, 78 pupils, 

Fisk P. Brewer, 
Normal School, (col.), Raleigh, 42 pupils, 

J. Britton Smith, D.D., 
Episcopal School, (col.), Raleigh, J. Brin- 

ton Smith, D. D. 



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Miles' School, (col.), Raleigh, 80 pupils, 

Rev. W. M. Warrick, 
Camp School, (col.), Raleigh, 40 pupils, 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS IN RALEIGH. 

Capitol Buildings Union Square, (State,) 
Lunatic Asylum, South East part of City, 

(State,) 
Court House, Fayetteville St., 
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and 

Blind, (State,) 
County Jail, Salisbury st., 
Governor's Mansion, South of Capitol, 

(State,) 
United States Post Office, Fayetteville st., 
Penitentiary, (to be ereoted,; 

NEWS PAPERS AND EDITORS. 

Biblical Recorder, (Weekly,) J. H. Mills, 
Episcopal Methodist, (Weekly,) J. B. 

Bobbitt, 
Deaf Mute Casket, (Monthly,) Wiley J. 

Palmer, 
Family Monitor, (Weekly,) T. M. Hughes, 
Friend of Temperance, (Weekly,) R. H. 

Wbitaker, 
Live Giraff, (Weekly,) Frank Barnum, 
Sentinel (Conservative,) (Daily & Weekly,) 

Josiah Turner jr.. 
Standard, (Republican,) (Daily & Weekly,) 

J. B. Neatbry & Co. 

JOB PRINTING OFFICES. 

Nichols & Gorman, Fayetteville st., 3rd 
story over Kline's S.or.?, 

T. M. Hughes. Fayetteville st., over Wil- 
hams & Lambeth's Store, 

Sentinel Office, Near Court House, 

Standard Office, Hargett st., 

Willje J. Palmer, Deaf and Dumb Insti- 
tute, 

Methodist Office, Dawson st., near the 
Methodist Church. 

PUBLIC HIGHWAYS. 

Raleigh & Gaston R. R. to Wellon and 
noithward, 

Central R. R. to Greensboro, Charlotte 
and southward. 

Central R. R. east to Goldsboro, Wilming- 
ton Ne.vbern, &c. 

BANKS. 

KALEIGU NATIONAL BANK OF N. C. 

(Fayetteville st.) 

President Charles Dewey. 

Cashier P. A. Wiley. 



Directors. 



officers 



Teller John C. Blake. 

r W. H. Willard, 

I W. J. Hawkins, 

R. S. Tucker, 

Geo. W. Swepson, 

A. S. Merrimon, 

L R. W. Pulliam. 

STATE NATIONAL BANK OF RALEIGH, N. C. 

f J. G. Williams, Pres., 
I W. E.Anderson, Cash. 

Directors ■{ W. S. Mason, 

I W. W. Vass, 
[ Jas. H. Foote. 

Teller Samuel C. "White. 

NATIONAL FREEDMAn'S SAVINGS AND 
TRUST COMPANY. 

f Gov. W. W. Holden, Ch. 

I G. W. Brodie, Cashier, 

Hon. J. T. Deweese, 

Col, R. W. Pulliam, 

j Hon. G. W. Swepson, 

(J. H. Harris. 
Deposits up to February 1869, $31,222.22. 

CHARTERED COMPANIES. 

N. CAROLINA LAND COMPANY, RALEIGH, N. C. 

President Col. Geo. Little. 

Sec. and Treasurer. . .R. W. Best. 

{Geo. W. Swepson, 
R. Kingsland, 
A. J. Bleeker Son & 
Co., in New York and 
Boston. 

NORTH CAROLINA MDTUAL HOME INSDRANCB 
COMPANY, RALEIGH, N. C. 

(Chartered Capitol $500,000.) 

OFFICERS. 

President James H. Foote. 

Vice President Wm. E. Pell. 

Secretary Seaton Gales. 

Treasurer R. H. Battle. 

( R. G. Lewis, 
Executive Com -j A. W. Lawrence, 

( J. H. Davis. 

Gen. Agt. West. N. C. . Gen. R. B. Vance. 
Gen. Agt. East. N. C. . Thos. Thompson. 

RALEIGH GAS LIGHT COMPANY. 



President . . 



Directors. 



C. B. Root. 

!G. W. Mordicai Esq., 
Charles Dewey Esq., 
Dr. Thos. D. Hogg, 
Hon. D. G. Fowle. 
Sec. and Treasurer. . . . Col W. E. Anderson. 
Super intendant Samuel Merrill. 



BELL J. A., Grocer, 

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NORTH CAROLINA REAL AND PERSONAL 
ESTATE AGENCY, RALEIGH, N. C. 

(Capital Stock, $100,000.) 

president Josej)!) G. Hester 

Vm President Joseph Dixon 

Sec. and Treas John C. Hester 

Legal Counsellor Robert G. Lewis. 

NORTU CAROLINA LIFE ASSURANCE, ANNU- 
ITY AND TRUST COJIPANY. 

(Office Raleigh, N. C.) 

OFFICERS. 

President Rev. Wm. E Pell 

Vice President R. "\y. gest 

Cash. ^ Sec. Pro Tem'.w'. H "jone.s 

Physician E. Eurke Hayw .od 

^^^^^•ney. A. S. MerriinJn. ' 

(Geo. Little, 
Executive Committee. ^ Willie J. Palmer, 

(J as A. Moore 
T ^"-^^'f «--R- W. Be.t, W. H. Jones, ' 
James A. Moore, and Willie J Palmer 
Lsqs., Gen. W. R. Cox, Gen. Matt w! 
Kansom, Rev. W. E. Pell, Col. Wm. John- 
son, Gen. W. D. Jones, George Harris. 

r.''^-w ''"t; \-r^- ^''"''^'■' ^'«'- G«"- Little; 

Br. Wm. R. Miller, Gen. R B. Vance, Q 
Eu&bee, Esq. ' 

CEMETERIES. 

City Cemetery, Ea,stern part of City Aus- 

bon Holt, yexton, 
Ladies' Memorial Cemetery, North Ea«t of 

City, Mrs. L. 0. B. Branch Pres., 
Union Cemetery, Ea.st of City. 

PROMINENT FARMERS AND LAND 

OWNERS. 



NAMES. 

Aveiii John F. 
Booker A, B., 
Briaht Wm., 
Burt Jesse A., 
Burt John H., 
Beckwith Green, 
Baiker Mark 
Bright Oiren, 
Bright Richard, 
Booilie J. H., 
Bun W. H., 
Collins Eaton, 
Davis A. ,J., 
Holland Bennet, 
Holland I). B., 
Holleman ICd., 
Jones W. T., 
NorrJH Samuel, 
Nash J. B., 
Norris Rob., 
Partin Samuel, 
Rollins J. B., 



ACRES. 

755 
202 
2. .5 
280 
270 
730 
350 
332 
315 
333 
454 
374 
618 
408 
1,066 
807 
376 
754 
404 
225 
300 
233 



VALUE. 

§1.433 
800 
703 
1.000 
1,300 
3.000 
1,280 
900 
800 
999 
1,600 
1,435 
2.472 
1.632 
4,156 
3,500 
1,750 
2,7^0 
1,010 
900 
1,225 
932 



NAMES 

Thomas H., 
Wilson J. C, 
Womble Dawson, 

Alford Clem., 
Alson W. M., 
Avera Thos. H., 
Baker A. H., 
Bunch Jesse, 
Debnain Thos. R., 
Dunn Dr. J. B., 
Fleming ,J. & J. R., 
Fowler Joseph, 
Haywood Fab. J., 
Hartfield Wesley, 
Horton Josej)b, 
HansfieldF. J., 
Jones Miss Sarah S. 
Leigh J. C, 
Montague H. W., 
Pullen Joseph, 
Perry Ephraim, 
Robertson E. P., 
Red fold -Jas., 
Sandford G. A., 
Scarboro G. W., 
Scarboro Amos 
Smith J. W.. 
Scarboro Daniel, 
Wiggins Mary, 



ACRE 

315 
404 
135 

56 
708 
750 

406 

375 
2,425 
1,030 

501 
1,350 
1,896 
1,060 

702 

545 

872 

612 
1.720 

352 

573 

813 

772 

293 

325 

213 

620 

836 
716 



' Adams Lucy, 
Allen A. H., 
Belvin 0. W., 
Dozier William 
Ferrell Burt<.n, 
Ferrell Mis. Martha 
Ferrill Eli, 
Gulley John G., 
Ilaskith Charle.s, 
McCullers Edwin, 
Thompson G. W., 
Woods James, 
Cooley Edward, 
Ferrill A. G., 
Green William, 

Halliburton , 

Tate Rebecca B.,' 
Winston Elijah, 
Baily Thomas,' 
Evans Enoch, 
Hicks Thos. 

Adams Robert, 1 114 

Ferrell W. G., 598 

Howell B. N., 644 

King Allen, 499 

Lynn Wiley W., 240 

Page S. F., 481 

Page A. F., 403 

Rogers B. Y., 603 

Scott J. W., 1,038 



325 

230 

330 

305 

382 

755 

417 

150 

449 

852 

640 

537 

400 

311 

7(10 

937 

460 

808 

503 

450 



S VALUE. 

§1,250 
1,200 
500 
New Hill. 
352 
5,848 
4,000 
1,600 
800 
9,100 
8,000 
4,040 
4,750 
16,500 
5,000 
4,000 
4,000 
3,570 
3,970 
7,800 
1,400 
1,680 
3,520 
4,250 
1,500 
1,100 
800 
2,800 
2,400 
3,400 
Rolesville, 
1,280 
1,100 
1,840 
1,400 
1060 
2,420 
3,194 
3,336 
1,200 
2,745 
5,270 
5,120 
4,396 
1,600 
2,428 
4,200 
7.486 
2.300 
4.848 
3.269 
3,600 
Fish Bam. 
3,790 
1,196 
4,830 
1,370 
1,400 
1,204 
3,400 
2,700 
3,114 



C. K. Mayer, Confectioner and Fruiter, 

34 Market St., Wilraington, N. O. 



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NAMES 

Sorrell Jacob, 
Wiggins Solomon, 
Bai'bee William, 
Sorrell M. C, 
Weatberspoon R. T., 
Merrill Olive, 

Franklin Stokes D., 
McDade W. il., 
Page Anderson, 
Rogers Allen, 
Tucker W. S., 
Whitaker A. A., 

Dunn, R. G., 
Hinton David, 
Mordicai Jacob, 

Mial A. T., 
Powell J. D., 
Price Needham, 
Jones' E. T., estate, 
Richardson W. li., 
Ferrell A. F., 
Allen J. E., 
Pearce Dr. P., 
Pearce W. E., 
Rogers J. W., 
Winborne J., 
Koonce Richard, 
Boylan Wm., 
Bledsoe Moses A., 
Grimes Wm., 
Ilutchins J. F., 
Ilolleman W. II., 
Mordicai G. W. 
Manly Charles, 

Alford Qieen H., 
Holland Alsey, 
Jones M. A., 
Norris J. A., 
Slinson Laud, 
Utley CLarlolte, 

Bunn Jas. S., 
Chandler W. B., 
Ferrell Dorsey, 
Foster A. J., 
Merriott Benj.. 
Strickland B. J., 

Crowder W. D., 
Jones John H., 
Myatt W. A., 
Parker H. 0., 
Rand Wm.. 
Turner W. D., 
Turner S. S., 
Whitaker Willis, 
Young John, 
Faribault G. H., 



ACRES VALUE. 

784 $2,029 
617 2,868 

497 2,485 

610 2,600 

386 1,355 

922 4,800 

3forrisi'ille. 
220 1,350 

232 1.210 

1,510 9,060 

380 2,280 

311 3,732 

988 10,052 

Carey . 
1.825 8,213 

3,500 17,500 
1,225 6,125 

Haffk Hock. 

1,522 6,849 

1.469 14,490 

2.659 10307 

1,231 12,310 

976 2,928 

600 1,791 

500 2,500 

2,668 13,924 

979 4,400 

849 2.547 

898 1,796 

555 3,500 

1,300 20,400 

854 12,190 

719 14,000 

1,608 12,235 

961 8,796 

6,580 85,500 

1,040 10,400 

Raleigh. 

1,400 2,500 

672 1,400 

1,079 4,000 

1,708 8,588 

660 1,100 

1,000 1,000 

Holly Sptinffi. 

550 1,650 

872 3'490 

491 1,572 

776 6,626 

739 3,000 

1,700 6,800 

Wakefield. 

745 3,890 

2810 16,960 

1,295 4,532 

370 2,960 

430 4,300 

1,442 6,600 

1,336 6,348 

478 2,844 

542 2,910 

700 5,600 



NAMES. ACRES. 

Manly L. C, 487 

Powell Caswell, 991 

Pool W. R., 1876 

Ferrell James, 254 

Ray Wm., 380 

Allen Moses H., fOO 

Dunn Peterson, 1,722 

Dunn L. C, 543 

Hunter James T., 1,280 

Harp J. W., 990 

Jones H.W., 1,015 
Jones' Kimb., estate, 705 

Wilder G. H., 1,409 

Crenshaw J. M., 1,050 

Fort J. F., 700 

Gill David, 958 

Mangum P. H., 744 

Purefoy J. S, 441 

Smith W. B., 813 



VALUE. 

2,800 

4,971 

15,800 

jluburn. 

1,006 

1,900 

New Light. 

2,600 

14,722 

4,344 

7,140 

3,960 

8,060 

4,870 

10,667 

Dunnsville. 

6,612 

7,800 

5 748 

10,130 

10,194 

10,160 

Forestville, 



Surface Moderately uneven, soil 

varied from light j^andy in the eastern part to 
red clay in western part — well watered by 
Neuse River and branches — plenty of 
water power : good laud along the streams. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Oats, 
Sweet Potatoes and Fruits in great variety. 
(Trucking is beginning to attract attention 
and is profitable, Vineyards are already 
beginning to be profitable, and are increas- 
ing in number and size.) 



WAEREN COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 16,726. 

County Seat — Warrenton. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior (7oMr<. William A. White. 
Coroner Benj. E. Cooke. 

' T. A. Montgomery ch, 
J. W. Bullock, 

Commi$ii(mer$ ^ J. W. Rogers, 

J. J. Rodwell, 

.A. L. Steed. 

Register of Deeds Isham H. BennKt. 

Sheriff Nathaniel P. Jones, 

Surveyor R. B. Paschall. 

Solicitor 6th Lis Wm. R. Cox. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer John C. McCraw, 



STYROIV & BALL, Grocers. 



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WARREN. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Brown's, Warrrenton, N. A. Purefoy, Bap 
Gardners, Warrenton, N. A. Purefoy, Bap 
Ready Creek, Warrenton, G. Duke, Bap 
Sharon, Warrenton, C. Perkinson, Bap 

Tanners, Warrenton, , Bap 

Church, Warrenton, , Bap 

Emanuel, Warrenton, Wm. Hodges 

and M. M. Marshal!. Epis 

Mt. Auburn, , J. W. Wellons, Chris 

Cokesbury, , Junius P. Moore, Meth 

Hebron, , Junius P. Moore, Meth 

Jerusalem, , H. H. Gibbons, Meth 

Pegram's, , Junius P. Moore, Meth 

Shocco, , Junius P. Moore, Meth 

Shady Grove, , Junius P. Moore, Meth 

Twitty's, , H. H. Gibbons, Meth 

Church, Warrenton, J. P. Moore, Math 
Zion, , H. H. Gibbons, Meth 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Warrenton, T. S. Brownlow, 
Central Hotel, Warrenton, N. S. Mosely. 

LAWYERS. 

Eaton (Wm. jr.) & Barbara (Wm. H.) 

Warrenton, 
Jenkins Wm. A., Warrenton, 
Plummer Ed. H., Warrenton, 
Montgomery Walter A., Warrenton, 
Bachelor J. B., (office at Raleigh,) War- 
renton. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Carriages, Warrenton, Harper, Boman & 

Co., 
Cabinet, Warrenton, J. Dupre & Co., 
Foundry, Warrenton, John Collins &■ Co., 
Saddle and Harness, Warrenton, Thos. W. 

Rowlett, 
Saddle, Harness and Collars, Warrenton, 

Long & Brame, 
Carriages, Warrenton, J. W. Williams & 

Co., 
Cabinet Work, Warrenton, Ellison C. 

Waddell. 

MERCHANTS. 

Alston (Wm. T.) & Co., Warrenton, G S 

Aronson S., Warrenton, G S 
Bellamy (Thos. M.) & Co. Warren- 
ton, Drugs 

Bullock John H., Manson, G S 

Egerton Benj. L, Macon, G S 

Ford & Wainwright, Warrenton, G S 

Hyman Frank, Warrenton, G S 

Holleman William, Warrenton, G S 

Higgs James A., Warrenton, G S 

Harris Jas. H., Ridgeway, G S 



Hyman & Plummer, (col.) Warrenton, G S 
Kimball D. B., Manson, G S 

Long & Brame, Warrenton, 

Saddle and Harness 
Montgomery Thos. A. Warrenton, G S 
McCraw [John C] & Co., Warrenton, G S 
Moseley Nathan S.. Warrenton, Confec 
Norwood & Alston, Warrenton, G S 

Nicholson W. A. J., Warrenton, Drugs 
Parker &- Watson, Warrenton, G S 

Rowlett Thos W., Warrenton, G S 

Riggan John W., Littleton, G S 

Read & Hargrove, Ridgeway, G S 

Rodwell & Coleman, Macon, G S 

Sledue Geo. R., Warrenton. Confec 

Shaw & Browning, Warren Plains, G S 
White & Burwell, Manson, G S 

White [Thos. H.j & Co., Warren 

Plains, G S 

Waddell John M., Warrenton, G S 

Williams T. C, Warrenton, G S 

White & Arrington, Warrenton. G y 

MINISTERS. 

Cook Chas. M., Warrenton, (Local,) Meth 

Joyner P. H., Henderson, (Local,) Meth 

Moore Junius P., Warrenton, Meth 

Long B. F., Warrenton, (Local,) Meth 

Marhhall M. M., Warrenton, Epis 

Hodges Wm., VVarrenton, Epis 

Hunter W. E., Warrenton, Epis 

Purefoy N. A., Warrenton, Bap 

Duke George, Warrenton, Bap 

Perkinson L. C, Warrenton, Bap 

Solomon J. B., Warrenton, Bap 

Wellons J. W.,Mt. Auburn, Chris 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 



Flour and Grist, - 

others. 
Flour and Grist, - 
Flour and Grist, - 
Flour and Grist, - 
Flour and Grist, - 
Flour and Grist, 

land, 
Flour and Grist, - 
Flour and Grist, 
Flour and Grist, - 



-, John E. Boyd and 

-, Robt. K. Clanton, 
— , Thos. E. Green, 
-, H. J. Jones, 
-, Joseph S. Jone«, 
— , Solon Southei- 



-, Geo. B. Sledge, 
-, W. C. Williams, 
-, John G. Yancey. 



PHYSICIANS. 

Alston J. W., Manson, 
Brown Ridley, Littleton, 
Foote George A., Warrenton, 
Eield George, Warrenton, 
Fleming R. D., Warrenton, 
Jermain Thos. P., Ridgeway, 
Perry Mark P., Littleton, 
Pitchford Thos. J., Warrenton, 
Patterson Frank, Henderson, 



DentiiJt 



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Plummer Alfred, Manson, 
Thompson Y. 0., Henderson, 
Williams Solomon, Warrenton, 
Williams Robert Edgar, Warienton, 
Wilson Thos. E., Warrenton. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Macon Depot, ]\Iiss Amanda Egerton, 
Manson, Arrow Smitli, 
Ridgeway, Sandy T. Watkins, 
Warrenton, Mrs. Mary Green, 
Warren Plains, Jesse L. Shaw. 

Surface Pleasantly undulatmg — a 

beautiful rolling country, mostly watered 
by small streams, climate pleasant, soil 
kind and susceptible of a high state of cul- 
tivation. 

Staples — Tobacco, Wheat, Corn, Cot- 
ton, Oats, Potatoes and Fruits. (The lands 
along the Rail Road are very desirable 
for Trucking.) 

Note — Messrs. Hawkins & Heck have 
lately commenced an orchard and nursery 
near Ridgeway on a much larger scale than 
anv other in the State. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 6,357. 

County Seat — Plymouth. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. .3. A. Nelson. 

Coroner Theophilus Ash. 

fR. S. Goelet, Ch., 
I J. B. Chesson, jun., 

Commissioners: .... -{ M. Jackson, 
I A. M. Phelps, 
L G. W. Jones. 

Ttegister of Deeds. . . .John Carroll. 



Sheriff J. M. Bateman. 

Surveyor H. F. Phelps. 

Solicitor 2d Bist Joseph J. Martin. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer.. . Levi Jackson, jun. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

•J. C. Guyther, 
W. W. Ward, 

Commissioners -{ M. C. McHamard, 

John Carroll, 
James E. Jackson. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Christian Hope, F. W. Bass, Bap 

Long Acre Chapel, Free 



White Chapel, 

Grace Church, Plymouth, Thos. B. 
Haughton, 

St. Luke, , Thos. B. Haughton, 

St. David, , Thos. B. Haughton, 

Plymouth, Church, , 

Hebron, , , 



Free 

Epis 
Epis 
Ei)is 
Meth 
Meth 
Rehoboth, Plymouth, R. H. Wills, 

Prot. Meth 

Pleasant Grove, , R. H. Wills, 

Prot. Meth 

Concoi-a, , R. W. Peacock, Prim. Bap 

Marstock, , R. W. Peacock, Prim. Bap 

White Marsh, , N. H. Harrison, 

Prim. Bap 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Hotel, Plymouth, Spruill & Davenport, 
Hotel, Plymouth, Mary Lee, (col). 
Sanders House, Plymouth, R. Sanders. 

LAWYERS. 

Armistead T. S., Plymouth, 
Collins Jasiah, Scuppernong, 
Jones E. W., Plymouth, [Judge S. C] 
Johnston S. L., Plymouth, 
Latham L. C, Plymouth. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Shingles and Lumber, Plymouth, S. H. 

McRae, 
Shingles, Plymouth, E. Latham & Bro., 
Shingles, Plymouth, Bowen & Hall, 
Shingles, Plymouth, Bowen & Atkinson, 
Shingles, Plymouth, Hasler & Norman. 



MERCHANTS. 



Belanga & Wynne, Scuppernong, 
Burrass E., Mackey's Ferry, 
Bowen [W. L.] & Son, Plymouth, 
Davenport Jo.seph B., Scuppernong, 
Goelet R. S., Plymouth, 
Hornthal [L. H.] & Bro., Plymouth, 
HartSeld & Basnight, Scuppernong, 
Jackson [L.] & Bro., Plymouth, 
Latham E. R. & Bro., Plymouth, 
McCleese Wm. & N., Scuppernong, 
Norman N. D., Plymouth, 
Norman & Latham, Plymouth, 
Walker C. A. & C»., Plymouth, 
Ward J. G., Plymouth, 
Weisel Israel, Plymouth, 
Weisel Rachel, Plymouth, 
Wolfe H. E., Lee's Mill, 

MINISTERS. 



Gurganus Jno. M., Long Ridge, F. W. Bap 
Gurganus Henry, Long Ridge, F. W. Bap 



GS 
GS 
GS 
G S 
GS 
GS 
GS 
GS 
G S 
GS 
GS 
GS 
Drugs 
GS 

Grocttr 
GS 

Grocer 



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WATAUGA. 



Harrison N. H., Plymouth, Prim, Bap 
Peacock B. W., Mackey's Ferry, 

Prim. Bap 

Haughton Thos. B., Plymouth, Epis 

Wills R. II., Mackey's Ferry, Prot. Meth 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Water Saw and Grist, Henry Downing, 
Water Grist, R. T. Dening, 
Steam Grist, Wm. & N. McCleese, 
Steam Saw and Grist, S. H. McRae. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Hardison H., Scuppernong, 

Lewis H. G., Mackey's Ferry, 

Norman H. H., Scuppernong, 

Wolfe H. E., Lee's Mill, Dentist 

Walker Berry M., Plymouth, 

Ward W., Plymouth. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Long Ridge, George W. Jackson, 
Mackey's Ferry, Mrs. Ann Nelson, 
Plymouth, R. S. Goelet, 
Scuppernong, T. B. Basnight. 

Surface — Low, level ; much of it 
swampy, but quite rich and very produc- 
tive when well drained. 

Staplbs — Cotton, Corn, Shingles, Lum- 
ber, Naval Stoies and Fish. 



WATAUGA COUNTY. 

POPDL ATION IN 1860 4,967. 

County Seat — Boomb. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court. Joseph B. Tood. 

Coroner Stephen Williams. 

'Jacob Vuncanon, Ch. 
Alfred Miller, 

Commistioners, .... \ Wm. M. Hodges, 
Larkin Ray, 
Joshua Smith. 

Regiater of Deeds. . . .Joseph Harrison. 

Sheriff. John Horton. 

Surveyor Nathan Horton. 

Solicitor Wlh Die . . .Virgil S. Lusk. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer Wm. Vuncanon. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 
Bushy Fork, Sugar Grove, D. C. 



Harraan, 



Bap 



Bethel, Sweet Water, John A Far- 
thing, Bap 

Cove Creek, Sweet Water, John A. 

Farthing, Bap 

Meet Camp, Sweet Water, A. C. 

Farthing, Bap 

Stony Fork, Deep Gap, Larkin 

Hodges, Bap 

Three Forks, Sweet Fork, A. C. 

Farthing, Bap 

Union, Deep Gap, John F. Carlton, Bap 

Mt. Pleasant, Morety's Mills, Christ- 
mas Morety, ^ Luth 

Benson's Chapel, Sugar Grove, 

Martin, Meth 

HOTELS. 

Hotel, Boone, Reuben Farthing, 
Hotel, Boone, Sally L. Council. 

LAWYERS. 

Mast D. C, Boone. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Wool Carding Machine, Morety's Mills, 
A. J. Morety. 



MERCHANTS. 

Bradley G. W., Deep Gap, 
Coffee (T. J.) & Bro., Boone, 
Doughery (D. B.) & Bro., Boone, 
McBride & Wagoner, Sugar Grove, 
Leppard (H. C.) & Bro., Elk XI 

Roads, 
Taylor Henry, Valla Crucis, 

MINISTERS. 

Farthing A, C, Sweet Water, 
Farthing John A., Sugar Grove, 
Harmon D. C, Sugar Grove, 



GS 
G S 
G S 
G S 

G S 
G S 



Bap 
Bap 
Bap 



MINES. 



Copper, , 

Silver, Valla Crucis, 



Clingman. 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist and Saw, Morety's Mill, A.J. Morety, 

Grist and Saw, Sweet Water, D. Farthing, 

Grist, Boone, Benj. Council, 

Grist, Boone, Joshua Winkler, 

Grist and Saw, Boone, Michael Cook, 

Grist and Saw, Blowing Rock, Alexander 

& John E. Green, 
Grist and Saw, Sugar Grove, Joseph Mast. 



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WAYNE. 



PHYSICIANS. 

Councill W. B., Morely's Mills, 
Rivers J. G., Boone. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Boone, Davi'l Sands, 

Elk X Roads, , 

Stony Fork, , 

Sweet Walter, , 

Sugar Grove, Miss Mast, 
Valla Crucis, Joel Shoemaker, 
Wortz Mills, . 

SCHOOLS. 

Academy, Boone, Geo. F, Dixon, 
Cove Creek, Academy, Sugar Grove, Wm. 
F. Slmll. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Robert Shearer, 4.000, acres; Benj. 
Councill, 5,000 ; Lot Estes, 2,500 ; Alex. 
Qi-een, 2,500 ; Jonathan Horton, 400 ; P. 
Horton, 400 ; Joshua Winkler, 600 ; H. 
Blair, 600 ; W. H. Edmunson, 600 ; Boone: 
Henry Taylor, 2,000; W. W. Lenoir, 
6 000; J. C.& S P. Shull, 500; Valla 
Crucis: Dudley Farthing, 2,500; Alfred 
Hilliard, 600; ^iveet Water: H. A. Dob- 
bins, 400; Elk M Roadi : John Green jr., 
500; Morety's Mills : J. W. Horton, 500 
John A. Mast, 500 ; John H. Mast, 800 
Suffar Grove: Altred Thomas, 1,500 
Trade Tenn : 

Surface — Mountaneous, interspersed 
with beautiful streams — splendid water 
power, soil rich ; scenery rarely sur- 
passed for beauty and Grandeur. 

Staples— Wheat, Corn, Rye, Oats, 
Irish Potatoes, Fruits in Great abundance, 
and Medicinal herbs. 



WAYNE COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 14,905. 

County Seat — Goldsbobo. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

CUrk Superior Court.. Geo. J. Robinson. 

Ms. C'lk Sup. Court.. yf. Q. Hollowell. 

Coroner T. T. Hollowell. 

T. A. Deans, 
Shade Pate, 

Coinmisiioneri •{ J. H. Place, 

G. Simmons, [col], 
John Hollovrell. 



Register of Deeds West Holland. 

Sheriff John C. Rhodes. 

Deputy Sheriff. M. Woods. 

Deputy Sheriff. D. J. Ezzell. 

Deputy Sheriff. N. Masgrave. 

Surveyor E.G. Copeland. 

Standard Keeper J. D. Winslow. 

Solicitor ^d Dist John V. Sherrard. 

Supervisor of Schools. . J ohn Robinson. 
Treasurer Edmond Coor. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Mayor J. B. Whitakcr. 

f Dr G. L. Kerby, 



Commissioners . 

Town Clerk . . . 
Treasurer . . . . 
Chief Folice . . 



Dr. A. C. Davis, 
Wni. H. Wilson, 
.H. L. Grant. 

. .G. D. Green. 
. ...W. H. Smith. 
. . . D. T. Howell. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Dudley, Dudley, D. Culbretb, Meth 

Ebenezer, Dudley, A. J. Finlayson, Meth 
Everettsville, Everetlsville, D. Cul- 

breth, Meth 

Church, Goldsboro, M. C. Thomas, Meth 

Indian Springs, , D. Culbreth, Meth 

Nahunta, Nabunta, A. J. Finlyson, Meth 

Pikeville, , A. J. Finlayson, Meth 

Providence, , D. Culbreth, Meth 

galem, , A. J. Finlayson, Meth 

Smith Chapel, , D. Culbreth, Meth 

Yelverton's, Nahunta, T. Page Ri- 

caud, Meth 

Friendship, , A. J. Parker, Bap 

Goldsboro, Goldsboro, G, W. San- 

derlin. Bap 

Indian Spring, , -J. R. Parker, Bap 

Memorial, , Jas. H. Sasser, Bap 

North Creek, , Thos. Reaves, Bap 

New Chapel, , Elisba Holland, Bap 

Pine Grove, , , Bap 

Pleasant Grove, , J. Sauls, Bap 

Pleasant Plains, , J. R. Parker, Bap 

Thunder Swamp, , J. R. Par- 
ker, Bap 

Union Grove, , Joseph Sauls, Bap 

St. Stephens, Goldsboro, G. W. 

Stickney, Epis 

Goldsboro, Goldsboro, L. McKin- 

non, Pres 

Nahunta, Nahunta, Wm. Cox, Frienda 

Quaker Neck, , Wm. Cox, Friends 

Falling Creek, , D. Culbreth, Free 

Hood Swamp, , T. P. Ricaud, Free 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 



New Hotel, Qoldvboro, 
&Co., 



R. J. Gregory 



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WAYNE. 



Granger House, Goldsboro, T. A. Granger 
& Co., 

Boarding House, Goldsboro, Mrs. Thonip- 
kins, 

Boarding House, Goldsboro, Mrs. Rich- 
ardson, 

LAWYERS. 

C!ingraan N. O., Goldsboro, 
Dortch W. T., Goldsboro, 
Edmundson J. W., Goldsboro, 
Faircloth W. F., Goldsboro, 
HutLon B. V. L., Goldsboro, 
Humphry L. W., Goldsboro, 
I.Mler S. W., Goldsboro, 
Morisey, W. G., Goldsboro, 
Kobinson Wm., Goldsboro, 
Sherrard J. V. S., Goldsboro, 
Strong G. V., Goldsboro, 
VVooten C. S., Goldsboro, 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Buggy and Wagon, Goldsboro, R. E. 

Jones, 
Buggy and Wagon, Goldsboro, H. Weil 

«S6 Bros., 
Brickyard, Goldsboro, Sam. Holt, 
Shoes, Goldsboro, Mayhood & Duffy. 

MERCHANTS. 

Allbrittm J. T., Mount Olive, G S 

Adams & Winslow, Goldsboro, G S 

Barringer W. R., Goldsboro, G S 

Baker J. H., Goldsboro, G S 

Barnes Amos, NaLunta, Grocer 

Clemmons J. M., Goldsboro, Provisions 
Cohn A. & Co., Goldsboro, G S 

Creech, D., Goldsboro, G S 

Carraway H. J., Dudley, G S 

Davis A. C, Goldsboro, G S 

Einstein Z. & Bro., Goldsboro, G S 

Edmundson G., Goldsboro, Grocer &c 
Eason J. C, Mount Olive, Grocer 

Finlayson (A. J.) & Co.. Goldes- 

boro, Grocers and Com. Mech'ts 

Finlayson W. H., Goldsboro, Drugs 

Foust(L. A.) & Co., Goldsboro, Provisions 
Fairfield S. D., Goldsboro, G S 

Freeman W H., Goldsboro, Confac 

Finlayson & Garris, Pikeville, G S 

Grantham V., Dudley, G S 

Eunter J. M., Goldsboro, Drugs 

Huud E. & Bro., Goldsboro, Provisions 
Holt R. D., Goldsboro, Grocer 

Hooks & Barnes, Nahunta, G S 

Hastings Wilie, Nahunta, G S 

Keaton W. S., Goldsboro, G S 

Komegay W. F., Goldsboro, Hardvynre 
Kornegay L. W., Mount Olive, G S 

Keaton A. H., Goldsboro, G S 

Morris J. W., Gold.sbovo, G 8 



Nash J. E., Goldsboro, G S 

Privett J. H., Goldsboro, G S 

Privett & Holland, Goldsboro, G S 

Privett (B. M.) & Co., Goldsboro, G S 

Pike J. T., Nahunta, G S 

Peel N. B., Nahunta, G S 

Pearsall L. G., Mount Olive, G 8 

Patterson L., Dudly, G S 

Powell & Blunt, Goldsboro, G S 

Royall W. S., Goldsboro, G S 

Toping N. B., Goldsboro, G S 

Taylor John, Goldsboro, G S 

Topping N. B., Nahunta, G S 

Weil H. & Bros., Goldsboro, G S 

Wiggs J. H., Goldsboro, G 3 
Whitfield, Fulghum & Co., Goldsboro, G S 
Undorhill W. H., Goldsboro. Auctioneer 

MINISTERS. 

Bryant Wm., Nahunta, (local) Meth 

Finlayson A. J., Goldsboro, (local) Meth 

Brogden John,Everettsvillee, (local) Sleth 

Howell Morriss, Goldsboro, (local) Meth 

Rose Ransom, Goldsboro, (local) Meth 



Thomas M. C, Goldsboro, 
Stickney G. W., Goldsboro, 
McKinnon L., Goldsboro, 
Casey Mathew jr., Dudly, 
Davis Daniel, Nahunta, 
Godwin W. C, Dudly, 
Holland Elisha, Goldsboro, 
Holland Rufus, Nahunta, 
Hamilton Sherrard, Nahunta, 
Holland Charles, Nahunta, 
King Isaac, Dudly, 
Lane A., Dudly, 
Miller D. J., Goldsboro, 
Mastin Henry, Nahunta, 
Nelson C. J., Goldsboro, 
Pate Shade, Goldsboro, 
Parker J. R., Goldsboro, 
Reaves Thos., Dudly, 
Sanderjin G. W., Goldsboro, 
Saul J., Goldsboro, 
Sasscr J. H.. Nahunta, 
Cox Wm., Goldsboro, 
Bane H., Goldsboro, 

PHYSICIANS. 

Davis A. C, Goldsboro, 
Flowers S. B., Dudley, 
Kirby G. L., Goldsboro, 
Moore W. H., Goldsboro. 
Miller J. F., Goldsboro, ' 
Owen J. B., Goldsboro, 
Parker J. H., Nahunta. 



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 



Meth 
Epis 
Pres 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Friends 
Universalist 



Dudley, J. C. Rhodes, 
Goldsboro, H. L. Grant, 



Walker, Jones & COm Brokers and Com. Merchants, 

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WILKES. 



Mount Olive, Robert Kornegay, 
Naliunta, Wm. L., Flowers, 
Pikesville, Mary A. Smith. 

SCHOOLS. 

Academy, Goldsboro, J. W. Qnlick, 
Academy, Goldsboro, Wm. Robinson, 
College, Female, Goldsboro, E. W. Adams, 
Primary ScLool, (.col.), Dudley, D. C. 
Grandison. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Gold.sboro News,Go]dsboro,J. B. Whitaker, 
Ku Klux Kaleidscope, (comic,) J. B. 

Whitaker, 
News, (Weekly,) Goldsboro,J. E. Whitaker, 
Daily Messenger, Goldsboro, J. A. Bonitz, 
N. C. Staats Zeitung, (German,) J. A. 

Bonitz. 
Sunday Messenger, (Weekly,) Goldsboro, 

J. A. Bonitz, 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

N. W. Best, 750 acres ; A. B. Thompson, 
1,485; W. B. Thompson, 860; W. N. 
Barnes, 973; W. G. Broadhurst, 1,480; 

D. J. Broadhurst, 1,491 ; Matthew Casey, 
jr., 2,408 ; Samuel Loftin, 1,417 ; Wright 
Smith, 1,416; Allen Whitfield's estate, 
1,269 ; G. W. Williams, 1,138 ; Wm. Ed- 
gerton, 868 ; W. R. Peacock, 825 ; Wm. 
Fort, 1,188 ; V. J, Exum, 1,000 ; Richard 
Rayner, 2,300 ; John Cox, 2,300 ; D. H. 
Bridgers, 1,987; E. A. M. Dyer, 1,235; 
H. Grantham, 1,100 ; Wm.P. Land, 1,318; 

E. B. Borden, 2,010; Ashley Whitley, 
1,330; W. F. Atkinson, 5,400; W. B. 
Carr, 1,273; Lewis Sasser, 1,400; Hay- 
wood Ham's estate, 3,105 ; W. J. Hall 
1,577 ; J. P. Coble, 2,413 ; W. T. Dortch, 
3,227; R. J. Gregory, 2,891 ; John Coley, 
4,572; James Parker, 1,007; Everitt & 
Arrington, 1,910; Thomas H. Atkinson, 
1,695 ; J. M. Hines, jr., 1,080 ; G. C. Moses, 
1,040; Thos. Uzzell, 2,000; B. F. Whit- 
field, 3,999 ; J. M. Uzzell, 1,379. . 

Surface — Level and sandy — soil gener- 
ally good, and very productive when well 
drained. Soil and climate well suited for 
trucking. 

Staples — Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Sweet 
Potatoes and Naval Stores. 



WILKES COUNTY. 

Population in 1 860, 14,749 

County Seat — Wilkksboro. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Suijerior Court. .Oeo. H. Brown. 

Coroner H. Hays. 

J. E. SlClair, Ch., 



Commissioners . 



Register of Deeds. 

Sheriff 

Surveyor 

Solicitor \Qth Bis. 
Standard Keeper , 



Elijah Dyer, 
B. B. Bryan, 
J. F. Summers, 

. Wm. Myres. 

..R. M. Smith. 

.J. Vv'. Hays. 

. H. C. Sebastien. 

.W. P. Caldwell. 

.John Howe. 



IVeasurer S. Johnson. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Brier Creek, , Frank A. Jars, Bap 

Beaver Creek, , Joel Brown, Bap 

Cub Creek, , Jas. McNeil, Bap 

Chapel, Warrior Creek, Smith 

Turyuson, Bap 

Covenant, , E. Myres, Bap 

Double Creek, , Wm. Hall, Bap 

Fishing Creek, , S. O. Smith, Bap 

Lewis Fork, , Wm. Church, Bap 

Liberty, , , Bap 

New Hope, , R. Jacks, Bap 

Roaring River, , W. J. Comb, Bap 

Rachel, , E. Myres, Bap 

Walnut Grove, , Jas. Kearley, Bap 

Yellow Hill, , Wm. Church, Bap 

Bethel, , A. R. Murchison, Meth 

Dunkirk, , A. R. Murchison, Meth 

Eschol, , A. R. Murchison, Meth 

Sharon, , A. R. Murchison, Meth 

Chape], Wilkesboro, A. R. Murchison Meth 
St. Pauls Wilkesboro, R. W. Barber, Epis 

Groyn's Chapel, , R. W. Barber, Epis 

Church, Wilkesboro, Jesse Rankin, Pres 

HOTELS. 

Wilkes Hotel, Wilkesboro, Mrs. Hines. 

LAWYERS. 

Armfield R. F., AVilkesboro, 
Cranor, John S., Wilkesboro, 
Cowles W. H. H., Wilkesboro. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton, , VanEaton & Foard, 

Tobacco, (country,) Lee Martin. 



Walker, Jones & Co., Brokers and Com. Merchants, 

NEW BERNE. N. C. 



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WILKES. 



WILSON. 



MERCHANTS. 

Aorton P. & A. II., Elkville, Q S 

Bryan J. Q. A. &. Co., Trap Hill, G S 

Carlton F. D. & Co., Wilkesboro, G S 

Cowles C. J. AVilkesboro, G S 

Davis E., Wilkesboro, Grocer 

Gilbreath L., Wilkesboro, Confec 

Felts El7.a, Zimmerman, Q S 

Journett W. C, Roaring Gap, G S 

Johnson Stephen, Wilkesboro, G S 

Ladd Elijah & Bro., New Castle, G S 

McNeil G. F., Parlears Creek, G S 

Sprinkle Obediah, Brier Creek, G S 

Staley Adam, Reddie's River, G S 

McLaughlin, J. T., Wilkesboro, G S 

Smith R. M., Wilkesboro, G S 

Wellborn E. M., Wilkesboro, G S 

Wiles & Sebastian, Rocky Creek, G S 

Whittington A. G., Reddie River, G S 

Whittington A. A., Reddie River, G S 

Phillii)S & Gibbs, Warrior Creek, G S 

Hyam M. E., Wilkesboro, G 8 

MINISTERS. 



Brown Joel, Bearer Creek, 
Chapel W. J., Wilkesboro, 
Church Wm., Job's Cabin, 
Combs W. J., Roaring River, 
Fergurson Smith, Warrior Creek, 
Hall William, Mulberry, 
Hollar Israel, Zimmerman, 
Jacks Richard, Parlear's Creek, 
McNeil James, Wilkesboro, 
Myres E., Covenant, 
Smith Samuel, Sr., Wilkesboro, 
Sparks Colby, Trap Hill, 
Sparks Reuben, Trap Hill, 
Vanhoy Jesse, Parlear Creek, 
Barker J. W., Wilkesboro, (Local.) 
Grimes Eli, Hay Meadow, (Local,) 
Murchison A. R., Wilkesboro, 
Stokes Alfred, Wilke.xboro, (col.) 
Barber R. W., Wilkesboro, 
Grimes Adam, Hay Meadow, 
Gray Eli, Wilkesboro, 
Madison Robt., Parlear's Creek, 



Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Meth 

Meth 

Meth 

Meth 

Epia 

Luth 

Chris 

Chris 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 



Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 



Wilkesboro, Richard Hicks, 
Wilkesboro, A. S. Whittington, 
Trap Hill, R. B.Bryan, 
Warrior Creek, Asa Triplett, 
Elk Creek, W. Witherspoon, 
Wilkesboro, Winkler & Anglesly, 
Rendie River, A. G. Whittington. 

PHYSICIANS. 



Galloway Jamea, Wilkesboro, 
Cook C. L., Swan Pond, 



Hackett R. F., Wilkesboro, 
York Tyre, Trap Hill. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Hay Meadow, Miss R. Sebastian, 
Lovelace, Miss E. A. Bicknall, 
Muberry, W. B. Seigrist, 
Maple Springs, Malhew Ball, 
Parlear's Creek, Rich. Jacks, 
Trap Hill, A. C. Bryan. 
Wilkesboro, Calvin J. Cowles, 
Warrior Creek, Mary Sharpe, 
Zimmerman, Susan Parks. 

SCHOOLS. 

Academy, Wilkesboro, , 

Academy, Lewis Forks . 

Surface — A beautiful and rich valley, 
watered by the Yadkin River and tribu- 
taries ; on the north and south are moun- 
tains. The lands are generally rich, 
finely watered, and abounding in romantic 
scenery. 

Staples — Wheat, Corn, Tobacco, Rye, 
Oats, Butter, Live Stock and Medicinal 
Herbs. 



WILSON CODNTY. 

Population in 1860 9,720. 

County Seat — Wilson. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Corirt.A. Barnes. 

Coroner H. W. Peele. 

f Jas. Wiggins, 
I Solomon Larran, 

Commitsionert : \ William Hiunant, 

N. D. Owens, 
D. W. Barries. 

Register of Leeds Frank W. Taylor. 

Sherif. B. F. Briggs. 

Stirveyor R. A. Ellis. 

Sloiciior Zd Bis J. V. Sherrard. 

Standard Keeper A. Farmer. 

Treasurer John Wilkinson. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Wilson, Church, C. C. Dodson, Meth 

Batts', Joyner's, Joseph Wheeler, Meth 
Mt. Zion. Joyner's, Jos. Wheeler, Meth 
Pleasant Grove, Wilson, M. J. Hunt, Meth 
Town Creek, Joyner's, Jesse Baker, 

Prim. Bap 
White Oak, Saratoga, Jesse Baker, 

Prim. Bap 



C. R. Mayer, ConfectioDcr and Fruiter, 

34 Market St., Wilmington, 1* C. 



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WILSON. 



WILSON. 



Church, Wilson, Jesse Baker Prim. Bap 

Black Creek, , Crumpler, 

Prim. Bap 

Wilson, , Wm. Hooper, Bap 

St. Timothy, Wilson, A. A. Benton, Epis 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Wilson Hotel, J. J. Lutts, 
R. R. Hotel, Wilson, Pate & Farmer, 
Boarding House, Wilson, T. B. Gilliam, 
Bar and Restaurant, Wilson, W. C. Batts, 
Bar and Restaurant, Wilson, B. D. Stith. 

LAWYERS. 

Barnes A., Wilson, 
Blount George W., Wilson, 
Lancaster Jas, W., Wilson, 
Howard & Whitfield, Wilson, 
Shepherd Jas. E., Wilson, 
Singletary R. W., Wilson, 
Woodard Jas. S., Wilson, 
Dunham John W., Wilson, 
Woodard & Murray, Wilson, 
Murray H. F., Wilson. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Coaches, Stantonsburg, Thos. Condon, 
Coaches, Wilson, Parker, Murray & Co., 
Coaches, Wilson, Geo. H. GriflSn, 
Cabinet, Wilson, A. G. Ruffin, 
Foundry and Agricultural Warehouse, 

Wilson, Farmer & Wainright, 
Plow Manufactory, Wilson, E. T. Mayo. 

MERCHANTS. 

Armstrong Daniel, Joyner's Depot, Grocer 

Barnes A , Black Creek, Grocer 

Borden & Carson, Stantonsburg, Q S 

Bullock W. J., Wilson, Liq 

Blackwell & Harris, Wilson, G S 

Borden W. B., Stantonsburg, G S 

Carrow John, Stantonsburg, G S 

Clark E. G., Wilson, Grocer 

Crafton John, Wilson, Grocer 

Cobb Gray, Joyner's Depot, G S 

Christmas N. C, Black Creek, G S 

Farmer W. D., Joyner's Depot, G S 

Friar J. W., Wilson, Liq 

Gardner Thos., Saratoga, G S 

Gay & Tyson, Wilson, G S 

Griffin G. H., Joyner's Depot, G S 

Harris Wm., Wilson, G S 

Kincaid W. J., Wilson, G S 

Lamb Wiley, Wilson, G S 

Prosise, T. J., Wilson, Confec 

Rosenthal E., Wilson, G S 

Rountree (M.) & Co., Wilson, G S 

Rountree Chas. J. Wilson, Drugs 

Stith B. B., Wilson, Grocer 



Strickland C. B., Wilson, G S 

Taylor Jas. J., Joyner's Depot, G S 
Taylor (R. J.) & Warren (S. M.) 

Wilson, Commission Merchants 

Thomas J. J., Wilson, G S 

Winstead Harris, Joyner's Depot, G S 

Wilkerson & Dunn, Stantonsburg, G S 

Winstead & Hardy, Wilson, G S 

Williams Mrs. , Wilson, Miliner 

Wells John D., Joyners Depot, G S 
Wiggins Jas., Wilson, G S 
Woodard S., Black Creek. G S 
Yelverton (R. S.) & Co., Stantons- 
burg, G S 
Yelverton Wyatt, Stantonsburg. G S 

MINISTERS. 

Dodson C. C, Wilson, Meth 
Moran R. S., D. D., (P. E.) Wilson 

or Tarboro, Meth 

Benton A. A., Wilson, Epis 

Baker J,. Saratoga, Prim. Bap 

Crumpler , Black Creek, Prim. Bap 

Hooper Wm., Wilson, Bap 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Grist, Wilson, A. J. & G. W. Barefoot, 
Grist, Wilson, R. H. Baker, 
Grist, Wilson, Joshua Barnes, 
Steam Saw, Wilson, Jno, T. Barnes, 
Grist, Joyner's Depot, W. D. Farmer, 
Steam Saw, Wilson, Wiley Lamb, 
Grist, Wilson, Wiley Simms, 
Grist, Wilson, Dr. Taylor, 

NEWSPAPERS. 

The Plaindealer, Wilson, C. S. McDaniel, 

Editor, 
Zion's Landmarks, Wilson, L. I. Boden- 

heimer. Editor. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Armstrong Jas. H., Joyner's Depot, 

Barnes E., Wilson, 

Brewer W. T., Stantonsburg, 

Brewer W. S., Black Creek, 

Barham R. G., Wilson, 

Fuqua Jas. A., Wilson, Dentist 

King R. W., Wilson, 

Moore A. D., Wilson, 

Peacock C. C, Stantonsburg, 

Stith L. A., Wilson, 

Tatem G. W., Wilson, Dentist 

Winstead J. H. Wilson. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Black Creek, Mrs. H. C. Chrismas, 
Joyner's Depot, G. H. Griffin, 



SOITHEM HEPATIC PILLS. 

SEE LII AND LIII PAGES, 

21 



170 



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YADKIN. 



YADKIN. 



Wilson, Mrs. M. C. Daniel, 
Stantonsburg, . 

SCHOOLS. 

Collegiate, Seminary for young Ladies 
Wilson, Messrs. W. & J. Deberniere, 
Hooper, 

Wilson Male Academy, G. W. Arnngton. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Robert T. Bynum's, (Estate) 2,103 
acres ; Wiley Simms. 2,789 ; Wm. Thomp- 
son 1 077 ; James D. Barnes, 7-47 ; Joahua 
Barnes, 2,140 ; L. D. Farmer, 782 ; Rheu- 
ben Bynum, 988 ; Wm. C. Ellis, 958 ; Wm. 
Felton, 933; Richmond Boykiu, 908; 
Joshua Peel, 730; Henry Stall, 749 ; John 
P. Bordin, 925; A. G. Brooks, 944; A. J. 
& G. W. Barefoot, 2,460 ; Larry Newsom, 
2 450; James Newsom, 944; Stephen 
Woodard, 1,223 ; James R. Barnes, 1,741 ; 
Wm. T. Taylor, 1,000 ; George C. Sugg, 
764; James J. Taylor, 1,145; Isaac Lamb, 
718; R. H. Baker, 1,273; Wiley Lamb, 
922 ; Mohola Barnes, 730; Wilson : 

Surface— Level, sandy and generally 

f jch very productive when well drained 

and cultivated— well adapted to trucking. 

Staples— Cotton, Corn, Sweet Pota- 
toes and Naval Stores. 



YADKIN COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 10.714. 

County Seat — Yadkinville. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Clerk Superior Court. 
Coroner 



Commissioners. 



Register of Leeds. . , 

Sherif 

Surveyor 

Solicitor Wth District 

Standard Keeper 

Treasurer 



.James A. Martin. 
.Wm. H. Brannon. 
W. W. Patterson, 
A. S. Jones, 
John W. Algood, 
Harrison Felts, 
Aquilla Speer. 

Thomas S. Tulburt. 
, George Nicks. 
Isaac Vestal. 
.Virgil S. Lusk. 



Benj. Mackil. 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Centre, , J. D. Buie, Meth 

Hickory Grove, , J. D. Buie, Meth 



Macedonia, , J. D. Buie, Meth 

Jonesville, Jonesville, R. T. N. Ste- 
venson, Meth 
Mt. Pleasant, , R. T. N. Ste- 
venson, Meth 

Mt. Sinai, , E. T. N. Stevenson, Meth 

Mt. Moria, , R. T. N. Steven- 
son, Meth 

Prospect, , R. T. N. Stevenson, Meth 

Providence, , R. T. N. Steven- 
son, Meth 
Wesley Chapel, , R. T. N. Ste- 
venson, 
Yadkinville, , R. T. N. Ste- 
venson, 

Zion's Chapel, , R. T. N. Ste- 

venscn. 

Cross Roads, , T. W. Parish, 

Enon, , M. Baldwin, 

Flat Rock, , W. G. Brown, 

Island Ford, , , 

Mt. Giilead, , N. S. Chafiin, 

Reece's, , , 

Union Grove, , W. B. Wood- 
ruff, 
Yadkinville, — — , , 



Meth 

Meth 

Meth 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 
Bap 

Bap 
Bap 



HOTELS. 



Jones vi'le, — 
Yadkinville, 



-, Dr. B. B. Benhani, 
— , A. H. Thomason. 



LAWYERS. 



Cowles Wm. H. H., Hamptonville, 
Bynum John Gray, Yadkinville, 
Dobson Joseph, Yadkinville, 
Lilling N. W., Yadkinville,5 
Hampton John A., Hamptonville, 
Smith Alford N., Yadkinville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Cotton, (Larkin's), Larkin, Sparks, John- 
son & Co., 
Tobacco, Jonesville, W. H. Reeves, 
Tobacco, Jonesville, Bird Reeves, 
Tobacco, Jonesville, Wood & Bryan. 



MERCHANTS. 



GS 
G S 
G S 
G S 

GS 



Bryan L. W., Jonesville, 
Gough John E., Hamptonville, 
Fleming & Miers, Mount Nebo, 
Hutchins & Benboro, East Bend, 
Couch Jesse, Oak Level, 
Holmes, Nicholson & Co., East Bend G S 
Hoots & Co., Yadkinville, G S 

Marlen & Wilson, Yadkinville, G S 

Martin D. A., East Bend, G S 

Nicholson John M., Yadkinville, G S 

Nicholson & Baker, East Bend, G S 



B. P. Williamson, Grocer and Com. Mcli't. 

MARKET SQUARE, RALEIGH, N. C. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



171 



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YANCEY. 



Poindexter R. C, East Bend, G S 

Roberts Isaac, Huntsville, G S 

Reece & Fleming, Mt. Nebo, G S 

Reeves W. H., Jouesville, Tobacco & G S 
Williams & Jones, Boonville, GS 



MINISTERS. 

Brown W. G.. Haraptonville, 
Baldwin M., East Bend, 
Brickie A. J., Yadkinville, 
Chaffin N. S., Cool Spring, 
May Samuel, Yadkinville, 
Poindexter D. A., East Bend, 

Parish T. W., , 

Poindexter R., Mt. Nebo, 

Van Eaton W. L., Jonesville, (local) 

Burr L. D., Yadkinville, 

Barns W. 11., Yadkinville (local) 



Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Bap 

Cbris 

Meth 

Meth 

Meth 



MILLS AND OWNERS. 



Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 
Grist, 



Jonesville, Jas. Armstrong, 

, Carter & Wooten, 

East Bend, Tyre Glenn, 
East Bend, J. Glenn. 
Yadkin ville, G. A. Holcomb, 
Yadkinville, T. C. Hawser, 
East Bend, Z. Joyner, 
East Bend, Wm. & R, Martin, 
Hamptonville, Leroy Hampton, 
Hamptonville, E. C. Roughton, 
Hamptonville, Long & Harris, 
Yadkinville, Halcomb. 

PHYSICIANS. 



Barker L. J., Jonesville, 
Benbow E., East Bend, 
Cockerham D. S., Hamptonville, 
Dozier N. B., Boonville, 
Holcomb D. F., Yadkinville, 
Hampton E. B., Jonesville, 
Hampton John, Haraptonville, 
Hampton Leroy, Hamptonville, 
Glenn N. W., East Bend, 
Long T., Mt. Nebo, 
Marler W. A., East Bend, 
Wilson H. C, Yadkinville, 
York L., Mt Nebo. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

East Bend, E. Benbow, 
Forbush, Stephen Hobson, 
Huntsville, T. Griffith, 
Hamptonville, A. G. Carson, 
Jonesville, B. B. Benbam, 
Mt. Nebo, .James Adams, 
Richmond Hill, Mary Cnmip, 



Yadkinville, Wm. H. Harrison, 
Chesnut Ridge, Jane Maynord, 
Red Plains, E. A. Poindexter, 
Republic, Stephen Hobson. 

SCHOOLS. 

Academy, Jonesville C. C. Hackel, 
Academy, Yadkinville J. D. Johnson, 
Academy, East Bend Rev. M. Baldwin. 

PROMINENT FARMERS. 

Adam Hawser, P. H. Dointdexter, Jeff. 
Glenn, H. P. Martin, W. H. Miller, J. C. 
Conrad, J. J. Conrad, Tvre Glenn, W. F. 
Shore, G. A. Holcomb, t. C. Hawser, H. 
C. Wilson, P. A. Miller, R. W. Woodruff, 
Wra. Stedman, Isaac Jarratt, Bloom 
Carlton, E. B. Hampton, Yadkinville; 

Surface — Moderately uneven — lies on 
the south and west of the Yadkin River 
— a pleasant country, well watered, and 
land prodvctive — scenery fine. 

Staples— Wheat, Corn, Tobacco, Rye, 
Oats, Medicinal Herbs, and Fruits in 
great variety. 



YANCEY COUNTY. 

Population in 1860 8,665. 

County Seat— BuRNSViLLE. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk Superior Court.. A. J. Roberts. 

Coroner Ephraim Honeycutt. 

'Wade Hampton, Ch., 
Leander Ray, 
Commissioners: .... -j John H. Ray, 



Bcgisfcr of Deeds. 

Sheriff 

Surveyor 



J. C. Kilpatrick, 
.R. N. Atkins jr. 
.David McCanless. 
.W. E. Piercy. 
.J. R. Neill. 



Solicitor 11th Bis Virgil S. Lusk. 

Standard Keeper . 

Treasurer J. G. Hyatt. 

CHURCHES AND PASTORS. 

Crabtree, Jacob & Thomas Silver, Bap 

Pensacola, , .John Wheeler, Bap 

South Tar River, , N. Harrison 

and John Antony, Bap 

Jack's Creek, , J. R. Patterson, Meth 

Waynesville, , W. H. Stevens, Meth 



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LII AND Lni PAGES, 



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YANCEY. 



YANCEY. 



Cane Run, , Leroy, Sums and 

John Ammond, F. W. Bap 

Egypt, , Samuel Wilson and 

Howell Briggs, F. W. Bap 

Price's Creek, , Wm. Briggs 

and R. Pinner, F. W. Bap 

Price's Creek, , J. W. Hooker, 

F. W. Bap 

HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. 

Boarding House, Burnsville, Greenwood 

& Williams, 
Hotel, Burnsville, Fenly Laws, 
Hotel, Burnsville, S. D. Poor. 

LAWYERS. 

Wilson R. D., Burnsville. 

MANUFACTORIES. 

Blacksmiths, Burnsville, Jeremiah Boon 

& Sons, 
Boot and Shoo, Burnsville, Bobert Mc- 

Inturf, 
Tannery, Burnsville, John Robertson, 
Cabinet Maker and House Carpenter, 

Burnsville, C. B. Parrott, 
Cabinet Maker and House Carpenter, 

Burnsville, R. Ramsey, 
Tanner, Burnsville, J. Williams. 

MERCHANTS. 

Hyatt J. L., Burnsville, Grocer 

Penland M. P., Burnsville, G S 

Roberts A. J., Burnsville, G S 

Yancy (John) & Son, Burnsville, 

Dry Goods 
Young C. T., Burnsville, G S 

Penland & Yancy. Burnsville, G S 

Marsh J., Burnsville, Tailor 

Moore W. M., Burnsville, Tailor 

MINISTERS. 

Antony John, Burnsville, Bap 

Ammon John, , F. W. Bap 

Briggs Howell, , F. W. Bap 

Briggs Wm., , F. W. Bap 

Hooker J. W., Burnsville, F. W. Bap 

Pinner , Burnsville, F. W. Bap 

Slims Leroy, Burnsville, F. W. Bap 

Wilson baranel, Burnsville, F. W. Bap 

Harrison N., Burnsville, Bap 

Silver Thomas, Burnsville, Bap 

Silver Jacob, Burnsville, Bap 

Wheeler .lohn, Burnsville, Bap 

Stevens W. H., Burnsville, Meth 
Hampton Ezeziel, Day Book, (local) Meth 

Houston Dr., Burnsville, (local) Meth 

Patterson J. R., Day Book, (local) Meth 



MINES. 

Gold found, near Egypt. 

Iron on Caney River and on South Foe 

River, 
Iron oar, Coperas and Black Lead on 

South Foe River, 

MILLS AND OWNERS. 

Flour and Grist, Jack's Creek, Wade 

Hampton, 
Flour and Grist, Egypt, Jas. Higgins, 
Flour and Grist, Egypt, F. Hinsley, 
Flour and Grist, Crabtree, Wm. Hutchins, 
Flour and Grist, Pensacola, Arch. Mc- 

Mahan, 
Flour and Grist, Jack's Creek, Peter- 
son, 
Flour and Grist, Egypt, J. W. Peck, 
Flour and Grist, Burnsville, W. P. Penland, 
Flour and Grist, Pensacola, Jesse Ray, 
Flour and Grist, Caney River, Wm. Ray, 
Flour and Grist, Caney River, B. B. Whit- 

tington, 
Flour and Grist, Caney River, Wra. Wilson, 
Flour and Grist, Crabtree, C. F. Young. 

PHYSICIANS. 

Horton Mc. Wm., Burnsville, 
Houston Thomas, Burnsville, 
Lewis 0. M., Burnsville, 
Whittington B. B., Burnsville. 

POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS 

Burnsville, Joshua Williams, 
Ball Creek, David Proffit, 
Day Book, S. S. Peterson, 
Fork Mountain, Jacob Hyder, 
Grassy Creek, J. P. Dickson, 
Paint Gap, Mary Jane Horton, 
Red Hill, James Bailey. 

SCHOOLS. 

Academy, Burnsville, M. Lewis, 

Surface — Yancy county is bounded 
almost entirely by mountain ranges, and 
the black mountains )un through the cen- 
tre. The Toe River and Branch give 
abundant water power. The climate is 
enchanting in summer, the soil is rich, 
and the scenery enrapturing. 

Staples — Wheat, Corn, Butler, Live 
Stock, Medicinal Herbs, and Fruits in 
great variety and richness. 



B. P. Williamson, Grocer and Com. Mcli't. 

MARKET SQUARE, RALEIGH, N. C. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY, 

CONTAINING 

IN CONCISE FORM. 



AGRICULTURAL 



SOCIETIES. 



L 



Agricultural Societies. 

STATE SOCIETY. 

President — Kemp B. Battle, Raleigh, 

Vice Presidents — Col. S. L. Fremont. 
Wilmington ; D. M. Barringer, Raleigh i 
S. F. Patterson, Caldwell Co. ; R. R. Brid- 
gers, Taiboro. 

Pecording Secretaiy — Peter F. Pescud, 
Raleigh. 

Cor. Secretary — J. Brinton Smith, D. D., 
Raleigh. 

Treasurer — W. H. Jones, Raleigh. 

Executive Committee — John S. Dancy, 
Edgecombe Co. ; Richard H. Smith, Hal- 
ifax; W. H. S. Sweet, Craven; M. A. 
Bledsoe, Wake ; R. B. Andrwes, Gran- 
ville ; Thos. H. Holt, Alamance; R. S. 
Tucker, Wake ; Wiley D. Jones, Wake ; 
W. R. Miller, Wake ; William A. Smith, 
Johnson. 

SCOTLAND NECK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

President — R. H. Smith, Halifax. 

Vice Presidents — P. M. Edmonson, Rufus 
Turrington. 

Secretary — John M. Bishop. 

Treasurer — Norfleet Smith. 

Executive Committee — P. M. Edmondson, 
W. H. Shields, Dr. Wm. R. Wood. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

President — Dr. E. A. Crudiip, Louisburg. 
Vice Preisdents— },!&.]. D. S. Hill, Col. 
W. F, Green. 

Recording Secretary — Dr. W. C. Lankford. 
Treasurer — M. S. Davis. 



Executive Committee — D. S. Hill, Jos. J. 
Davis, C. H. Thomas, W. H. Mitchell, W- 
C. Lankford, M. S. Davis. 

BORDER AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

President — W. F. Sutherlin, Danville, Va. 
Recording Secretary — Powhatan Bawldin. 
Corresponding Secretary — Thomas P. At- 
kinson. 

Treasurer — Abner Anderson. 

CENTRAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

At Henderson, N. C. 

BUNCOMBE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

President — W. W. McDowell, Asheville. 
Secretary — Gen. J. G. Martin, Asheville. 

CRAVEN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, 

New Berne. 

EDGECOMBE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, 

Tarboro. 

RANDOLPH AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, 

Asheboro. 

WAYNE COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

WAKE COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

CAPE FEAR AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION, 

Wilmington, N. C. 

JT^A number of other Counties have 
Societies not reported The interest taken 
in these Societies of late years, and in Ag- 
ricultural Fairs, is encouraging and will 
doubtless lead to important results. 



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BANKS. 



COLLEGES. 



Banks in North Carolina. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CHARLOTTE. 

President R. Y. McAden. 

Cashier M. P. Pegram. 

Teller S. L. Riddle. 

RALEIGH NATIONAL BANK OF N. C. 

President Chas. Dewey. 

Cashier P. A. Wiley. 

Teller John C. Blake. 

STATE NATIONAL BANK OF RALEIGH. 

President John G. Williams. 

Cashier W. E. Anderson. 

Teller Samuel C. Whita. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WILMINGTON. 

President E. E. Burruss. 

Cashier A. K. Walker. 

Teller Wra. Larkins. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OE NEW BERNE. 

President John Hughes. 

Cashier John A. Guion. 

Teller Geo. Roberts. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SALEM. 

President Israel G. Lash. 

Cashier W. A. Lemley. 

Teller . 

FREEDMAn'S SAVING BANK OF NEW BEK5E. 

Cashier C. A. Nelson. 

NATIONAL FREEDMAn'S SAVINGS AND TRUST 
company's bank, WILMINGTON. 

Cashier R. B. Hunt, (acting.) 

NATIONAL FREDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST 
COMPANY, RALEIGH. 

Cashier G. W. Brodie. 



Banks (not National) newly 
Chartered. 

CITY BANK OF CHARLOTTE. 

Cashier A. G. Brenizer. 

Teller C. N. G. Butt. 

BANK OF GREENSBORO. 

President Jesse H. Lindsay. 

Cashier Julius A. Gray. 

Teller Eugene Morehead. 

BANK OF MECKLENBURG. 

President T. W. Dewey. 

Cashier F. II. Dewey. 

Book Keeper Chas. D. Snow. 



MERCHANTS BANK OF WILMINGTON. 

Willard Bros. 

^T^The old State Banks in operation 
befoie the war are not now doing business. 
The Bank ot North Carolina and Greens- 
boro Mutual Lave gone into Bankiuptcy. 



Brokers- 

Guion (J. A.) & Co., New Berne. 
Jones (S. T.) & Co., New Berne, 
Rountree (R. H.) & Webb, New Berne, 
Wiley (P. A.) & Co., Fayetteville, 
Kellog Henry G., Greensboro, 
Wilson & Shober, Greensboro, 
Dewey (T. W.) & Co., Charlotte, 
Burbank & Gallagher, Washington, 
Dawson James, Wilmington, 
Sprague T. H., Salisbury, 
Williams (John G.) & Co., Raleigh. 
Chapman Russell, Tarboro, 
Day A., Goldsboro. 



Board of Education. 

W. W. Holden, (Gov.) President, 

Todd R. Caldwell, (Lieut. Gov.) 

S. S. Ashley, (Sup. of Public Instruction,) 

Secretary. 
Henderson Adams, (Auditor,) 
Henry J. Menninger, (Ilcc. of State,) 
Jiavid A. Jenkins, (Treas. of State,) 
Wni. M. Coleman, (Attor. Gen. of N. C.,) 
C. L. Harriss, (Sup. of Public Works.) 



Board of Internal Improvemerts, 

Gov. W. W. Holden, Chairman ex officio, 
W. A. Smith of Johnston County, 
R. M. Henry, of Macon County. 



Colleges) Male. 

Davidson College, (Presbyterian) Meck- 
lenburg Co., G. W. McPhail, D. D. Pies. 

North Carolina College, (Lutheran) Mt. 
Pleasant, Cabarrus Co., Rev. A. Bikle, 
Pies., 

Olin College, Iredell Co., James Southgate, 
Pies., 

Trinity College, (Methodist) five miles 
from High Point, B. Craven D. D. Pres., 

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 
Rev. Soloman Pool, Pres. 



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Wake Forest College, (Baptist) Forestville, 

"W. M. Wingate, D. D. Pies. 
Yadkin College, (Prot. Melh) Davidson, 

Co... Rev. G. W. Hege, Pies. 

COLLEGES FEMALE. 

Charlotte College, Rev. R. Burvvell & Son, 
Carolina College, Ansonvilie Co., 
Concord College, (Presbyterian) Stales- 

ville, E. F. Rockwell, Pres., 
Davenport College, Lenoir, Caldwell Co., 

Rev. S. Lander, Pres. 
Floral College, Shoe Heel, Robeson Co., 

Rev. G. Morgan, A. M. Pres., 
Goldsboro College, Wayne Co., E. W. 

Adams, Pres. 
Greensboro College, (Methodist) (burned 

in 1864 and not yet rebuilt,) 
Holston Conference College, Ashevilie, 

Rev. W. S. Kennedy, Pres., 
Kiltrell Springs College, Granville Co., 

Rev. Turner M. Jones, Pres., 
Louisburg College, Franklin Co., 

Alderman, Pres., 

Mecklenburg College, Charlotte, 

-, Pres., 



Murfreesboro College, , 

iSt. John's College, Oxford, Granville Co., 

Rev. J. L. Phillips, Pres., 
Thonidsville College, Davidson Co., Rev. 

D. R, Bruton, Pres., 
Warrentou College, AVarren Co., Rev. J. 

B. Soloman, Pres., 

|^° Many of the Institutes and Semi- 
naries are of high grade and graduate 
studenti» the same as ihe Colleges. 

g;^°For full list of Seminaries, Institu- 
tes, Academies, &c., see " Schools aud 
Colleges," under each individual county. 



Colporteurs of tlie American Tract 
Society, 

014 MAIN ST., KICUMOKD, VA., SOW AT 
WORK IN NOKTH CAROLINA. 

Rev. J. R. Brooks, Smithtield, 

Rev. J. Huyghen, Iron, 

E. Hough, Hamptonville, 

Rev. H. S. Proctor, Beattie's Ford, 

Rev. R. A. Moore, Milton, 

Kev. Eli Grimes, Hay Meadow, 

Young J. Lee, Sniilhtield, 

Rev. R. T. Jones, Flat Rock, 

H. M. Kinibeil, Fallstown, 

Rev. W. M. Sorrell, Raleigh, 

Green Nicholson, Graham, 

Rev. R. R. Brook!(hier, Morganton, 

L. Tui ner, Oxford, 

D. A. 11. Cook, Graham, 

Rev. J.J. Harper, Newton Grove, 



Samuel Y. Brown, Roxhoro, 
A. J. Stephenson, York Collegiate Insti- 
tute, 
G. W. Pleasants, Louisburg, 
G. N. NeTvell, Wilmington. 



Courts Superior. 



[The te: ms of the several Superior Courts 
of this Slate, begin in each year at the 
times herein stated, and will continue to 
be held for two weeks (Sundays and legal 
holidays excepted) unless the business be 
sooner disposed of.] 

FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Bertie county, on the first Monday in 

March and October. 
Hertford — Third Monday in March and 

October. 
Gates — Fourth Monday after the first 

Monday in March and October. 
Chowan — Sixth Monday after the first 

Monday in March and October. 
Perquimans — Eighth Monday after the 

first Mondaj' in March and October. 
Pas(|uotank — Tenth Monday after the first 

Alonday in March and October. 
Caiiiden — Twelfth Monday after the first 

Monday in March and October, 
t uriituck — Fourteenth Monday after the 

lirst Monday in March and October. 

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Tyrell — First Monday in September and 
February. 

Washington — Third Monday in September 
and February. 

Beaufort — Sixth Monday after the third 
Monday in September and February. 

Pitt — Eighth Monday after the third Mon- 
day in September and February. 

Edgecombe — Tenth Monday after the 
tliird Monday in September and Feb- 
ruary, 

THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Wayne — First Monday in September and 

February. 
Jones — Third Monday in September and 

February. 
Onslow — First Monday after the fourth 

Monday in September and February. 
Craven — Third Monday after the fourth 

Monday in September and February. 
Lenoir — Fifth Monday after the fourth 

Monday in September and February. 
Greene — Seventh Monday after the fourth 

Monday in September and February, 



IS. F. Williamson, Grocer and Com. Mcb't. 

MARKKT SQUARE, RALEIGU, N. C. 



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COURTS. 



Carteret — Ninth Monday after the fourth 
Monday in iSopteniber and February. 

Wilson — Eleventh Monday after the fourth 
IMonday in September and February. 

FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Robeson — Fouth Monday in August and 

February. 
Bladen — Second Monday after the fourth 

]\Ionday in Au2u.-t and February. 
Columbus — Fourth Mon<iay after the 

fourth Monday in August and February. 
Brunswick — Fourth Monday after the 

fourth Monday in August and February, 
New Hanover — Eighth Monday after the 

fourth Monday in August and February. 
Sampson — Tenth Monday after the fourth 

Monday in August and February. 
Duplin — Twelfth Monday after the fourth 

jMonday in August and February, 
Martin — Second Monday after the third 

Monday in September and February. 
Hyde — Fourth Monday after the third 

Monday in September and February. 

FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Harnett — Second Monday in Aufjust and 

February, 
Moore — Second Monday after the second 

Monday in August and February. 
Montgomery — Fourth Monday after the 

second Monday in August and February. 
Stanly — Sixth Monday after the second 

Monday in August and February. 
Union — Eighth Monday after the second 

Monday in August and February. 
Anson — Tenth Monday after the second 

Monday in August and February. 
Richmond — Twelfth Monday after the 

second Monday in August and February. 
Cumberland — Fourteenth Monday after 

the second Monday in August and Feb- 
ruary. 

SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Granville — second Monday in August and 

February. 
Warren — Second Monday after the second 

Monday in August and February. 
Franklin — Fourth Monday after the second 

Monday in Augu.st and February. 
Johnston — Sixth Monday after the second 

Monday in August and February. 
Wake — Eighth Monday after the second 

Monday in August and February. 
Nash — Tenth Monday after the second 

Monday in August and February. 
Halifax — Twelfth Monday after the second 

Monday in August and February. 
Northampton — Fourteenth Monday after 

the second ?vIonday in Au :nst and Feb- 
ruary. 



SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Guilford — First Monday in March and 

September. 
Rockingham — Second Monday after the 

first Monday in March and September. 
Caswell — Fourth Monday after the first 

Monday in March and September. 
Person — Sixth Monday after the first 

Mondy in March and September. 
Orange— Eighth Monday after the first 

Monday in ]\Iarch and September. 
Chatham — Tenth Monday after the first 

lyionday in March and September. 
Randolph — Twelfth Monday after the first 

^^onday in March and September. 
Alamance— Fourteenth Monday after the 

first Monday in March and September. 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 

Davie — First Monday in April and Sep- 
tember. 

Rowan — Third Monday in April and Sep- 
tember. 

Davidson — Second Monday after the third 
Monday in Apiil and September. 

Forsythe — Fourth Monday after the third 
Mondar in April and September 

Stokes — Sixth Monday after the third 
]\Ionday in April and September. 

Surry — Eighth Monday after the third 
Jlonday in April and September. 

Yadkin— Tenth Monday after the third 
Monday in April and September. 

NIKTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Polk — First Monday in March and Sep- 
tember* 
Rutherford — Third Monday in March and 

September. 
Cleveland — Second Monday after the third 

Monday in March and September. 
Lincoln— Fourth Monday after the third 

Jlonday in March and September. 
Gaston — Sixth Monday after the third 

Monday in March and September. 
Mecklenburg — Eighth Monday after the 

third Monday in March and September. 
Cabarrus — Tenth Monday after the third 

Monday in March and September. 

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Catawba — First Monday in March and 

Sept ember. 
Alexander — Third Monday in March and 

September. 
Iredell — Second Monday after the third 

Monday in March and September. 
Wilkes — Fourth INIonday after the third 

Monday in "March and September. 
Caldwell — Sixth j\[onday after the third 

Monday in March and Sejitember. 



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Burke — Einjlith Monday after the third 
Monday in Maicli and September. 

McDowell— Tenth Monday after the third 
Monday in March and September. 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Alleorhany — First Monday in April and 

Septemh;»r. 
Ashe — Third Monday in April and Sep- 
tember. 
Watauga — Second Monday after the third 

Monday in April and September. 
Mitchell — Fourth Monday after the third 

Monday in April and September. 
Yancey — Sixth Jlonday after the third 

Monday in April and Si^ptember. 
Madison — Eighth Monday after the third 

Monday in April and September. 
Buncombe — Tenth Monday after the tliird 

Monday in April and September. 

TV,"ELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 

Claj- — First Monday in April and Sep- 
tember. 
Cherokee — Third Monday in April and 

September. 
Macon — Second ^Monday after the third 

Monday in April and September. 
Jackson — Fourth Monday after the third 

Monday in Ajiril and Seplemljer. 
Haywood — Sixth Monday after the thiid 

Monday in April and September. 
Transylvania — Eiahth Monday after the 

third Monday in April and September. 
Henderson — Tenth Monday after the third 

Monday in April and September. 



Court U. S. Oircuit for N. C. 

Ju(^ge — Geo. W. Brooks, of Pasquotank. 

Atiorney — D. W. Starbnck, of Salem. 

Marshall — S. T. Carrow, of Washington. 

Clerk— ^. J. Riddick, of Raleigh. 

First Session held in Ralegh 1st Monday 
in June. 

Second Session held in Raleigh last Mon- 
thly in November. 



CourtsU.S. District for N.O. 

Edenton — Second Monday in April and 

Octobe'', Samuel T. Roiid, Clerk. 
New Berne — F(nirth Mnndav in A[»ril and 

October, Chas Hibbnrd. Clerk. 
Wilmington Firsi Monday after the 

f'Mirlli Mondav in April and October, 

Wm. Lai kins, (^Icrk. 



Courts Superior (Judges.) 

1st Dis.— Chs. C. Pool, Elizabeth City, 
2d Dis. — Edmond W. Jones, Plymouth, 
Sd Dis. — Chs. R. Thomas, New Berne, 
4th Dis. — Daniel L. Russell, Wilmington, 
5th Dis.— Ralph P. Buxton, Fayetteville, 
6t.h Dis.— Sam'l. W. Watts, Williamston, 
7th Dis. — A. W. Tourgee, Greensboro, 
8th Dis.— John M. Cloud, Dobson, 
9th Dis. — Geo. W. Logan, Rutherfordton, 
10th Dis — Anderson Mitchell, Statesville, 
11th Dis. — James L. Henry, Asheville, 
12th Dis.— Riley H. Cannon, Webster. 
^^ Elected for 8 years from 1868. 

DISTRICT SOLICITORS. 

1st Judicial Dis. — Jonathan W. Albertson 

Hertford, 
2d Judicial Dis. — Joseph J. Martin, Wil- 
liamston, 
3d Judicial Dis. — John V. Sherard, Golds- 

boro, 
4th .Judicial Dis. — John A. Richardson, 

Elizabethtown, 
5th Judicial Dis. — NeillMcKav, Lillington, 
6t,h Judicial Dis.— Wm. R. Cox, Raleigh, 
7th Judicial Dis. — J. R. Bulla, Ashel)oro, 
Sth Judicial Dis. — A. H. Joyce, Daid)ury, 
9th Judicial Dis. — William P. Bynum, 

Lincolnton, 
10th Judicial Dis.— W. P. Caldwell, 

Statesville. 
11th Judicial Dis. — Virgil S. Lusk, Ashe- 
ville, 
12th Judicial Dis. — R. L. Henry, Franklin. 



Court Supreme of North Carolina. 

(The Supreme Court of North Carohna is 

held at Raleigh semi-annually, on the 

second Monday in June and second 

Monday in January.) 
Officers — R. M. Pearson, of Yadkin, 

Chief Justice, salary, |2,500 

W B. Rodman, of Washington, Associate 

Judge, salary. $2,500 

Thos. Settle, of Wentworth, Asso. .Tudge, 

salary. $2 500 

Robt P. Dick,of Gre>:^nsboro, Asiso. Judge, 

salary, $2 500 

E. G. Reade, of Person, Asso. Judge, 

salary, $2 500 

Wm. M. Coleman, of Concord, Attor. Gen. 
S. F. Phillips, of Wake, Reporter, salary, 

(exclu.sive of fee ,'\ $600 

W. 11. Bagley, of Wake, Clerk, salary, 

(exclusive of fees.) $500 

D. A. Wicker, of Wake, Marshal. 

H:^ Elected for 8 years from 1868. 



B. P. Williamson. ^Jrocer and Com. Ich't, 

MAKKET S^fjUARE, KALEIUll. N. C. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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SOUTJEil^ I1I5PATIC PILL8. 

SKK LU ANH LIU PAGES. 



182 



JS^ORTH CAROLINA 



STATE OFFICERS. 



GOVENORS. 



Court Supreme of the U- S. 

Salmon P. Chase, Cliief Justice, Cincin- 
nati, Oliio, salarj- §G,500 

1st District, Nathan Cliflonl, Asso. Justice, 

Portland, Me., salary ije.OOO 

2(1 Dis., Samuel Nelson, Asso. Justice, 

Cooperstown, N. Y. salary $6,000 

3il Dis., Robert G. drier, Asso. Justice, 

Philadelphia, salary. |6 000 

111) Dis., Balmon P. Chase, Asso. Justice. 

Washington, D. C, salary $6,000 

5th District (Vacant), Asso. Justice, 

salary f 6,000 

6ih Dis., (Vacant), Asso. Justice, , 

salary |6.000 

7ih Dis., Noah H. Svvayne, Asso. Justice, 

Columbus, Ohio, salary ^6,000 

8iii Dis., David Davis, Asso. Justice, 

Bloomin^ton, 111., salary $6,000 

9th Dis., Samuel F. Wilier, Asso. Justice, 

Keokuk. Iowa, salary $6,000 

lOih Dis., Stephen J. Field, Asso. Justice, 

Sacramento, Cal, salary $6,000 

R. C. Parsons, 3f<vshal, Washington., D. 

C, salary $-3,000 

D. W. Mifidleton, Cler/c, 'Washington, D. 

C, salary Fees 

J. W. Wallace, Jieporter, Washington, D. 

C, salary ." .|1,300 

[./^^""The F-uPKEMB CouKT is held in the 
City of Washinston, and has one session 
annually, commencing on the first i^Ion- 
day of December. 



Government of North Carolina. 

W. W. liolden, of Wake, Governor, 

Tod R. Caldwell, of Burke, Lieutenant 
Governor, 

W. R. Richardson, of Wake, Acting Private 
Secretary, 

IIiMU-y J. Menninger, of Craven, Secretary 
of State, 

F. ,]. Menninger, Ciiief Clerk, 

W. S. LJonjaniin, A.'^sislanl Clerk, 

David A. Jenkins, of Gaston, Public 
Treasurer, 

Dunald W. Cain, of Wake, Chief Clerk of 
Treasury, 

A. D. Jenkins, Teller, 

C. W. Florner, Book Keeper, 

Henderson Adams, of Davidson, Au- 
ditor, 

S. S. Asliley. of New Hanover, Superin- 
tendent of Public Tnslrin'tion, 

C. L. Harris, of RullierfMr,], Siipeiinton- 
londent of Public VVniks. 

AMel W. Fisher, of Bhiden, Adjutant 
< JeneiMl, 



(£!^(The State Executive officers form 

the Governor's Council.) 
Wm. C. Kerr, of Mecklenburg, State 

Geologist, 
J. B. Neathery & Co., State Printers, 
Henry D. Coley, of Wake, State Librarian, 
Charles M. Farris, of Wake, Keeper <f the 

Capitol. 



Covernors of North 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 «ut for the purpose 
of making discoveries in the new World, 
under the auspices of Sir Walter Raleigh, 
and were commanded by Philip Armidis 
and Arthur Barlow. They lauded on 
Roanoke Island, in what is now Currituck 
county. 

The first permanent settle in the State 
was made by a colony from Virginia, un- 
der Roger Green, in 1653, on the Roanoke 
and Chowan Rivers. 

In 1663, Ciiarles II granted to Edward, 
Earl of Clarendon ; George, Duke of 
Albemarle ; AVil'.iam, Earl of Craven ; 
John, Lord Beikeley ; Anthony, Lord 
Ashley; Sir George (!arteret. Sir John 
Colleton and Sir William Berkeley, all 
the territory now embraced in the State 
of North Carolina, and west to the Pacific 
Ocean. 

In 1698 the colony was divided into 
North and South Carolina. 

North Carolina was governed by Gov- 
ernors appointed by the Lords Propri- 
etors from 1663 to 1729, when the colony 
was surrendered to the crown. 

PROPRIETORY GOVERNORS. 

AVilliam Drummond 1663 

William Stevens 1667 

Sir George Carteret 1674 

Sir QeorgS Eastchurch 1678 

John Jenkins 1680 

Henry Wilkison 1681 

Seth Sothel 1683 

Phillip Ludwell 1680 

Thomas Smith 1693 

John Archdale 1694 

Thomas Harvy 1698 

Henderson Walker 1699 

Robert Daniel 1704 

Edward Hyde 1712 

George Pollock 1712 

Charles I'.den 1713 

Thomas Pollock 1722 

George Burrington 1724 

Sir Richard Everhard 1725 



Cook's IloSe!. (2fo. T looK, Davie St., 



KAI.EIGH, N, C. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



183 



GOVERNORS. 



From 1729 to 1776 the government was 
administered by Governors appointed by 
the Crown. 



ROYAL GOVPRNORS. 

George Burrington 1729 

Gabriel Johnston 1734 

Matthew Rowan 1753 

Arthur Dobbs 1754 

William Tryon 1765 

Josiah Martin 1771 

GOVERNORS ELECTED BY THE LEGISLA- 
TURES. 

Richard Caswell, of Lenoir Comity,.. 1776 

Abner Nash, of Craven County 1779 

Thomas Burke, of Orange County. . .1781 
Alex. Martin, of Guilford County. . .1782 
Richard Caswell, of Lenoir County 

again 1784 

Sam. Johnston, of Chowan County.. 1787 
Alex. Martin, of Guilford Couuiy, 

again 1789 

Richard Dobbs Speight, of Craven 

County 1792 

Samuel Ashe, of New Hanover 

County 1795 

Wm. R. Davie, of Halifax County.. .1798 
Benj. Williams, of Moore County. . 1799 
James Turner, of Warren County. . ..1802 
Nathaniel Alexander, of Mecklenburg 

Coimty 1805 

Benjamin Williams, of Moore County, 

again 1807 

David Stone, of Bertie County 1808 

Benj. Smith, of Brunswick County. .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 1821 

Hulchings G. Burton, of Halifax Co.. 1824 
James Iredell, of Chowan County. . ..1827 

John Owens, of Bladen County 1828 

Monfort Stokes, of Wilkes County. .1830 
David L. Swain, of Buncombe Co. . . . 1832 
Richard Dobbs Speight, the younger, 
of Craven County 1835 

GOVERNORS ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE. 

Edward B. Dudley, of New Hanover 

Cotmty .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 Couuiy, Speaker of 
the Senate. 

Thos. Bra2g, of Northampton Co.,. . .1855 
John W. Ellis, of Rowan County, 1859 I 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

Gov. Ellis died July 7th, 1861. and was 
succeeded by Henry T. Clarke, of Edge- 
combe County, Sjieaker of the Senate, 
who filled the office until September 8tli, 
1862 when he was succeeded by Zebulon 
B. Vance, of Buncombe County, who, 
having been elected, was inaugurated on 
that da}-. 

Gov. Vance held the oflice from Sep- 
tember 8lh, 1862, 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 29lh of 
May, 1865, the State was under military 
government alone. 

Wm. W. Holden was appointed Provi- 
sional Governor, May 29th, 1865, and filled 
that position until tlie 28th of December 
of the same j'ear. 

Jonathan Worth, of Randolph Co., was 
inaugurated Dec, 2Sth, 1865. 

W. W. Holden of Raleigh wasin??n2nra- 
ted the 4th " of July, 1868, and will con- 
tinue in oflice until 2nd of Jan., 1873." 



General Assembly of N. 0. 

Elected ^\st, 22d and 'I'M of Jpril, 1868. 
SENATE. 

OFFICERS OF SENATE. 

Speal-er—1oi\ R. Caldwell, of Burke, 
Hi-cretnry — T. A. Byrnes, of Cumberland, 
Assistatit Secretary — J. C. L. Harris, of 

Wake, 

Engrossing Clerk — W. B. Rich, of Pitt, 
Boor Keeper— i. T. Ball, of Wake, 
Assistant Door Kerper — L. W. Gibble, of 

Carteret, 

Enrolling ClerJi — J. A. McDonald, of 

Chatham. 

1st Dis.— E. A. White, of Pasquotank, 
Jos. W. Ethridge of Ctxrrituck. 

2d Dis.— F. D. Manindale of Martin. 

3d Dis. — John B. Respass, of Beaufort. 

4th Dis. — William Barrow, of Northamp- 
ton. 

5lh Dis. — James W. Beasley, of Bertie. 

6th Dis. — Henry Eppes,* of Halifax. 

7ih Dis.— N. B. Bellamy, of Edgecombe. 

8th Dis. — Vacant, 

9th Dis. — Joshua Barnes, of Wilson. 

10th Dis.— W. H. S. Sweet, of Craven, W. 
A. Moore, of Carteret. 

11th Dis. — D. D. Colgrove. of Jones. 

12th Dis.— J. S. Scott, of Duplin. 

loth Dis. — Edwin Legg, of Brun.swick, A, 
H. Galloway,* of New Hanover. 



SOlITIIERi\ HEPATIC FILLS. 

SEE LII AND LIII PAGES. 



184 



KORTII CAROLINA 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



GENERAL ASSEiMBLY. 



14lh Dis. — A. J. Jones, of Bladen, 
15th Dis. — O. S. Hayes, of Robeson. 
16ih Dis. — J. 8. HaiTincrlon, of Harnett, 

L. 1). Hall, 
17th Dis. — J. B. Cook, of Johnston. 
18ih (J. H. Brogden, of Wa3'ne. 
19lh Dis.— W. D. Jones, of Wake, R. I. 

Wynne, of Franklin, (dead,) 
20th Dis.— J. A. Ilyman,* of Warren, 
21st Dis.— C. S. Winstead, of Person, R. 

W. Lassiler, of Granville, 
22d Dis.— J. W. Graham, of Orange, 
23d Dis. — Silas Burns, of Chatham, 
24th Dis.— J. W. Stephens, of Caswell, 
25lh Dis. — G. A. Wilson, of Rockingham, 
26th Dis.— T. Shofl^ier, of Alamance, G. 

W. Welker, of Guilford. 
27Lh Dis. — J. H. Davis, of Montgomery, 
28th Dis.— W. B. Richardson, of Moore. 
29Lh Dis. — P. T. Beenian, of Anson, 
30th Dis. — J. W. O.sborne, of Mecklenburg, 
31st Dis. — C. Melchor, of Catawba, 
32d Di.s.— W. M. Robbins, of Kowan, 
33d Dis. — P. A. Long, of Davidson. 
Sith Dis. — J. M. Lindsay, of Forsythe, 
35th Di.s. — Samuel Forkner, of Surry, 
36th Dis.— J. M. McLauchlin, of Iredell, 
37th Dis. — L A. Mason, of Gaston, 
38th Dis.— J. B. Eaves, of Rutherford, 
39th Dis.— S. P. Smith, of Wilkes, 
40lh Dis. — James Blythe, of Hender.son, 
41st Dis.— R. L. Beall, of Burke, 
42d Dis.— W. M. Moore, of Yancy, 
43d Dis. — W. L. Love, of Jackson. 

HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

OFFICERS OF HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

Speaker — Jos. W. Holden, of V/ake, 

Vlerk — John H. Boner, of Forsythe, 

Assistant Clerk — T. J. Candler, of Bun- 
combe, 

Engrossing Clerk J. E. O'Hara, of 

Wayne, 

iJoor Keekpcr — Edgar Miller, of New 
Hanover, 

Assistant Door Keeper — J. A. Abbott, of 
Craven, 

Enrolling Clerk — J. A. McDonald, of 
Chatham. 

Alamance County — John A. Moore, 
Alexander — R. P. Matheson, 
Alleghany — John L. Smith, 
Anson — 1). Ingram, 
Ashe — Matthew Carson, 
Beaufort — liiram E. Siilley, 
BeiLie — Parker D. Robbins,* 
Rladen— F. W. FoMer, 
lirunswick — Benjamin D. AEorrill, 
Buncombe — W. G. Candler, 
Burke — Samuel C. Wilson, 
Cabarrus — John P. Gibson, 



Caldwell — James C. Harper, 

Carteret — Joel Henry Davis, Jr., 

Caswell — Wilson Carey,* Phillip Ilodnett, 

Catawba — James R. Ellis, 

Chatham — William T. Gunter, James B. 
Long, 

Cherokee — J. R. Simonds, 

Chowan — W. A. Mooie, 

Clay — John 0. Hicks, 

Cleaveland — Plato Durham, 

Colimibus — Daniel P. High, 

Craven — A^ugustus S. Seymour, A. W. 
Stephens, B. W. Morris, 

Cumberland — J. S. Leary,* Isham Sweat,* 

Currituck — Thomas C. Humphries, 

Davidson — Jabez Mendenhall, 6. Kinney, 

Davie — James A. Kelly, 

Duplin — Isaac B. Kelly, N. E. Armstrong, 

Edgecombe — G. Peck, Henry C. Cherry,* 

Forsythe— John P. Vest, 

Franklin — James T. Harris, John H, Wil- 
liamson,* 

Gaston — Jonas Hoffman, 

Gates — John Galling, 

Granville-J. W. Raglaud, J. A. Crawford,* 
C. Mayo,* 

Greene — Joseph Dixon, 

Guilford — S. G. Horney, David Hodgin, 

Halifax— Jno. H. R^nfrow, W. T. Hayes,* 
Ivey Hutchinss,* 

Harnett — B. C. Williams, 

Haywood — P. Welch. 

Henderson — W, D. Justus, 

Hertford — Thomas Snipes, 

Hyde — Thomas Farrow, 

Iredell — T. A. Nicholson, George F. Da- 
vidson, 

Jackson — E. M. Painter, 

Johnston — B. R. Hinnaut, E. W. Pou, 

Jones— L. D. Wilkie, 

Lenoir — Wallace Ames, 

Lincoln — A. C Wiswall, 

Macon — James L. Robinson, 

Madison — G. W. Gahagan, 

Martin — Jesse J. Smith, 

McDowell— W. W. Gilbert. 

Mecklenburg— R. D. Whitley, W. W. Grier, 

Mitchell — Jacob W. Bowman, 

Montgomery — George A. Graliam, 

Moore — Abel Kelly, 

Nash— W. W. Boddie, 

New Hanover — Geo. Z. French, Llewellyn 
G. Estes, George W. Price, Jr.,* 

Northampton — Roswell C. Parker, John 
T. Reynolds,* 

Onslow — Franklin Thompson, 

Orange — John J. Allison, Thos. M. Argo, 

Pasquotank — Thomas A. Sikes,* 

Perquimans — Jephtha White, 

Pitt — Byron Lalliu, Robt. Ililliard, 

Polk — Asberry Waldrop, 

Randolph — E. T. Blair, Joel Ashworth, 

Richmond — Richmond T. Long, 



Cook's Hotel, Cleo. T. Cook, Bavle St , 

KALEIGH, N. C. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



185 



FACTORIES. 



LEGAL INTEREST. 



Kobeson — James Sinclair, E. K. Proctor, 
Rockinghani — H. Barnes, D. S. Ellington, 
Rowan— Jos. Hawkins, Isaac M. Shaver, 
Rutherford — James M. Justice, 
irampson — John C. "\Vill:ams. 
Stanlj- — Lafayette Green, 
Stokes— W. W. McCanless, 
Surry — A. L. Hendricks, 
Tnnnsylvaiiia — James W. Clayton, 
Tyrrel! — Thomns J. Jarvis, 
Union — lluoh I'Dwuingr, 
Wake — Jos. W. Holden, Stokes D. Kiank- 

lin, F. G. ]\Iorins, Jas. H. Harris.* 
Warren — W.Oawthorn,*RichardFalkner,* 
Washington — James J. Kea, 
A^'atauga — Lewis B. Banner, 

Wayne — John T. Pearson, Smith, 

Wilkes— William B. Siegrist, 
WiUon — George W. Star ton, 
Yancey — David Proffitt, 
Yadkin— T. M. Vestal. 

*Colored. 

[);;^The General Assembly commences 
its legular session on the third Monday of 
November each year. Elections for Gov- 
ernors, Members of the Senate and House 
of Representatives take place on the first 
Thursday of August. 

J^Tf^The Governor is elected every four 
years from 18GS, and the Le-isla; me every 
two years, from the tei m of the |)resent 
members. 



Faetorics, Miseenancias. 

COTTON SEFD OIL. 

W. R. Miller near Raleigh. 

Capital Invested 10,000 

Average No., of Hands 6 

Bushels of cotton seed used y'rly. .20 000 

PIONEER FOUND ERY. 

J. 11. Tarpley, Greensboro, 
Established in 18G3. 

Average No. of hands 12 

Capital invested $7,000 

Tons of Iron used annually 100 

Feet of Lumber used annually. . .100.000 

Plows made annually 1,C00 

Cane Mills 10 

FiJOE FACTORY. 

Shelly, Bros. & Co., Tiioraasville. 
Established in 1859. 

Average No. of hands 15 

Capital invested §12,000 

Val. of raw material used annually $30,000 
Value of manufactured Goods. .. .$50,000 

GREENSBORO HANDLE WORKS. 

W. H. Snow, Superintendent, Green.sboro. 
Established September, 18G8. 

No. of Handle Lathes 4 

No. of Circular Saws 15 



Average No. of men employed 25 

Capital invested, $20,000 

No. Cords of Hickory, Dogwood, tic, 1,000 
No.of Axe, Pick & Sledge Handles, 250,000 

"long shoal & LINCOLNTON" paper MILLS' 

Wm. & R. Tiddy, Charlotte & Liucolnton. 

Capital invested $20,000 

Average No. of hands, 2 J 

Book, News, Coloied and Wrap- 
ping Papf»r annually 650,0001bs 

WILMINGTON MANUFACTURING COMPANY. 

J. H. Woodruff, Pies., Wilmington, N. C. 

Capital invested $300,000 

Average No. of hands 50 

Spirit Barrels annually 180,000 

BARREL FACTORY. 

Strausz & Rice, Wilmington. 

Capital invested $50,000 

Average No. of hands 25 

Barrels turned out annually 45,000 

ELAKELY"s shingle FACTORY, 

Washington, N. C. 

Capital invested $100,000 

A verage No. of hands 200 

Expenses jjer day $;^00 

No. ol Shiiigles turned out, 1808, 4,480,325 

green SWAMP COMPANY. 

Lemuel Banister, Pres., Wilmington. 
Established in 1851, 

Capital invested $250,000 

Averaaf No. of hands 300 

No. ot Shingles Annually, 12,000,000 

[1.W° Many other Factories would Lave 
been gladly recorded, had the owners lor- 
watdc'd the proper stetistics] 



Legal In crest. 

The following compilation sliows the 
legal rate of interest in all the Stales of 
the United Siates : 

Five per cent, in Louisiana. 

Six per cent, in Maine, New Hampshire, 
Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, 
Connecticut, New Jersey, Penn.sylvania, 
Delaware, Maryland, Virainia, JNorth Car- 
olina, Mi.'-sissi])])i, Tennessee, Kentucky, 
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois. Missouri, Arkansas, 
District ot Columbia, Florida and Iowa. 

Seven per cent, in New York, South Car- 
olina, Michig.m, Wisconsin, Minnesota, 
Nebraska and Georsia. 

Eight per cent, in Texas and Alabama. 

Ten jjer cent, in California, Utah, Oregon \ 
and Kansas. 



JAMETrS HOTEL, 



Petersburg, Ya., 



23 



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186 



NORTH CAROLINA 



OFFICIAL TABLE. 



OFFI(;iAL TABLE. 



OFFICIAL TAELE OF VOTES IN THE ELECTION HELD 
APRIL 21, 22, 23, 1868. 





Registered Voters. 


C 


3NSTITUTI0N. 


Governor. 


CoUiSTIES. 














1 

2d 


2 




«j 




o5 

0/ 


1 


a; 




K2 


. o 

Mi a 




•^ 


o 


5 


i c 


rt 


61) 


• tf 


JZ 




^ 


"o 


bt 


1 o 


6i 


6t 


te 


^ 




E= 


o 


<1 

2.379 


1 ^ 


< 


< 


r^ 




Alanuince, 


1,537 


842 


995 


1,012 


2,007 


969 


1,007 


Alexander, 


9-50 


185 


1,135 


367 


501 


868 


866 


494 


Aleghariy, 


537 


58 


595 


229 


210 


437 


226 


233 


Anson, 


1,162 


1,109 


2,271 


988 


846 


1,834 


978 


843 


Ashe, 


1,402 


82 


1,484 


620 


614 


1,234 


615 


619 


Beaufort, 


1,708 


1,029 


2,737 


1,324 


1,056 


2,380 


1,300 


1,040 


Bertie, 


1,017 


1,317 


2,334 


1,320 


618 


1.938 


1,280 


603 


Bladen, 


1,239 


1,301 


2.540 


1,270 


971 


2.241 


] 1.263 


957 


Brunswick, 


904 


888 


1,792 


784 


785 


1,569 


1 783 


781 


Buncombe, 


1,847 


418 


2,265 


1,047 


878 


1,925 


i 1,049 


875 


Burke, 


1,143 


465 


1,608 


779 


635 


1,414 


779 


635 


Cabarrus, 


1.409 


815 


2,224 


832 


1,062 


1.894 


828 


1,062 


Caldwell, 


1,098 


217 


1,315 


384 


623 


1,007 


889 


617 


Camden, 


672 


477 


1,149 


474 


617 


991 


474 


514 


Carteret, 


1,328 


826 


2,1 5 i 


896 


916 


1.812 


889 


905 


Caswell, 


1,276 


1,885 


8,1G1 


1,416 


1,438 


2,854 


1,416 


1,429 


Catawba, 


1,508 


333 


] 841 


409 


1,060 


1,469 


407 


1,057 


CLatham, 


2,361 


1,272 


;.,633 


1,846 


1,162 


8,008 


1,823 


1,151 


Cberokee, 


916 


35 


951 


388 


262 


650 


883 


250 


Chowan, 


546 


722 


1,368 


701 


457 


1,158 


692 


467 


Clay, 


438 


14 


452 


128 


209 


337 


131 


207 


Cleveland, 


1,61S 


S95 


2,008 


693 


915 


1,608 


677 


930 


Columbus, 


94; 


539 


1,482 


439 


816 


1.255 


434 


823 


Craven, 


1,93;; 


3480 


5,413 


8,401 


1,460 


4,861 


3,389 


1,461 


Cumberland, 


i,76r. 


1,704 


8,459 


1,770 


1,223 


8,003 


1,757 


1.284 


Currituck, 


1,07; 


419 


1,494 


437 


887 


1,324 


431 


883 


Davidson, 


2.4;;i 


713 


3,145 


1,705 


841 


2,546 


1,679 


821 


Davie, 


l.VJ-l 


532 


1,558 


624 


753 


1,277 


522 


728 


Duplin, 


161f) 


1,166 


2,781 


962 


1,489 


2,451 


961 


1,488 


Edjiecombe, 


1,344 


2,834 


4,178 


2,340 


1.158 


3,498 


2,337 


1,158 


Forsyth, 


1,498 


450 


1,948 


1,179 


317 


1.496 


1,102 


314 


Franklin, 


1,328 


1,605 


2,933 


1,431 


1,229 


2,660 


1,429 


1,226 


Gaston, 


1,179 


473 


1,652 


803 


603 


1,406 


800 


604 


Gales, 


815 


508 


1,323 


448 


650 


1,098 


448 


650 


Granville, 


2,216 


2,664 


4,880 


2,514 


1865 


4,879 


2,512 


1,846 


Greene, 


801 


761 


1,562 


801 


594 


1,895 


782 


598 


Guilfnid, 


2,779 


1,151 


3,930 


1,922 


1.349 


8,271 


1,739 


1,479 


Halifax, 


1,40L 


3,446 


4,848l 


3,048 


1,317 


4 365 


3.080 


1,814 


llarueii, 


1,004 


562 


1,566 


657 


696 


1,353 


690 


691 


Haywo('d, 


945 


89 


1,034 


404 


407 


811 


403 


408 


Hendeii-on, 


972 


225 


1,197 


682 


834 


916 


571 


290 


}lerif<.rd, 


822 


851 


1,673 


805 


592 


1,897 


795 


581 


Hyde, 


1,078 


619 


1,707 


667 


808 


1.475 


667 


808 


Iredell, 


2,127 


886 


3.013! 


844 


1,552 


2,396 


841 


1,518 


Jackson, 


803 


66 


869; 


235 


603 


738 


234 


500 


Johnson, 


1,874 


998 


2,872 


1,364 


1,008 


2.372 


1,345 


957 


Jf'nes, 


547 


610 


1,157| 


694 


451 


1,045 


593 


441 



JAKRETT'S HOTEL, Teteisbuig, \a., 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



187 



OFFICIAL TABLE. 



OFFICIAL TABLE. 



OFFICIAL TABLE OF VOTES IN THE ELECTION HELD 
APEIL 21, 22, 23, 1868 -Continued. 



Counties. 



Lenoir, 

Lincoln, 

Macon, 

]\Iadison, 

Martin, 

McDowell, 

Mecklenbiu-fj, 

Mitchell, 

Montgomery, 

jVIoore, 

Nash, 

New Hanover, 

Northampton, 

Onslow, 

Orange, 

Pasquotank, 

Perquimans, 

Person, 

Pitt, 

Polk, 

Randolph, 

Kichmond, 

Koheson. 

liockinohanti, 

Rowan, 

Rutherford, 

iSamiison, 

Htanly, 

Stokes, 

Surry, 

Transylvania, 

Tyrrell, 

Ur\ion, 

Wake, 

Warren, 

Washington, 

Watauga, 

Wayne, 

Wilkes, 

\Vilson, 

Yadkin, 

Yancy, 



Registered Voters. 



1,144 

1,028 

973 

9 

1,030 

955 

2 329 

676 

888 

1,544 

1 134 

2,493 

1,253 

767 

2,197 

825 

876 

1,096 

1,570 

517 

2,386 

1.124 

1.62 

1680 

2,120 

1,644 

1,637 

1,037 

1,403 

1,706 

512 

651 

1,360 

3.278 



o 



1,293 

468 

60 

52 

945 

265 

1,981 

49 

327 

599 

898 

3,723 

1,953 
616 

1,381 
891 
845 
939 

1,687 
186 
472: 

1,187! 

1,710 

1.416 

1,157 
486 

1,002 
250 
428 
296 
tr>\ 
245' 
456 1 

3.157' 



2,437 
1,496 
1,033 
1,030 
1.975 
1,220 
4 310 

725 
1,215 
2,143 
2.032 
6,216 
3.206 
1 383 
8,-578 
1,716 
1,721! 
2,035| 
3,2571 

653! 
2.858 
2.311 

o ooo' 

o,33., 
3,096i 
3.286! 
2,130 
2,639 
1,287 
1.831 
2,002 
507 
886 
1,816 
6.435 



Constitution. 



971 


2,443 


3414 


697 


558 


1,255 


780 


36 


816 


1,692 


1,411 


3,103 


2,224 


261 


2.485 


1,153 


947 


2,100 


1,598 


252 


1,850 


846 


49 


895 


117.428 


79,448 


196,876 



fc( 



1,195 

647 

307 

515 

'j37 

670 

1.705 

543 

722 

1.093 

741 

3,571 

1,904 

417 

1324 

923 

870 

906 

1,797 

409 

1559 

1202 

1 613 

1.403 

1,162 

1 350 

1,026 

428 

761 

851 

148 

237 

760 

3,341 

2,225 

806 

320 

1,485 

1,445 

923 

796 

283 



845 

608 

521 

285 

920 

499 

1 925 

120 

253 

734, 

1,048 

2,235! 

805 

7241 

1,8631 

516 

5331 

718 

1,238 

63 

711 

675 

1,259 

1,143 

1,641 

457 j 

1,180 

6on! 

4491 

6141 
2541 
395! 
731 

2,382 
944 
352 
307 

1232 
540 
891 
654 
454 



2 040 
1,265 

828 

800 

1,857 

1,169 

8,630 

663 

S75' 

1,827 

1,789 

6,806 

2,709 

1,141 

3,187 

1,438 

1.403 

1,624 

3,035 

502i1 

2 270 

1.877 

2,872 

2,546 

2,803 

1,807 

2,206 

1,037 

1 210i 

1,465 

40: 

632 

1,491 

5,723 

3,169 

1.158 

627 

271 

1 986 

1.814 

1,450 

737 



Governor. 



93,086 74,016l 167,101 92,235 73,594 



K3 



1,192 

641 

3151 

528 

943 

676 

1,702 

543 

718 

1,067 

740 

3.568 

1,889 

408 

1,310 

898 

863 

881 

1.775 

399 

1.614 

1,195 

1,615 

1,412 

1,166 

1.832 

1 018 

398 

758 

830, 

165 

237 

758i 

3.332! 

2,219 

796 

309 

1,475 

1,429 

909 

768 

292 



A. A 



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SEE XXI PAGE, 



188 



NORTH CAROLINA 



CONGRESS- 




CONGRESS. 




Forty-first Congress. 




GEORGIA. 

Vacant 




SENATE. 


Vacant 


*. 


Schuyler Colfax of Indiana, Pret 


dent of 






the Senate. 




FLORIDA. 




Georee C. Gorham, Secretarj-. 


Salary 


A. Gilbert Jacksonville. . 


.1873 


$4,320. 




T. W. Osborn Tallahasse. . 


.1873 


MAI^•E. 




ALABAMA. 






Term 


Williard Warner. . .Montgomery . . 


.1871 


Name. Tost Office. 


expires. 


George E. Spencer Decatur . 


.1873 


H. Hamlin, r Auo;iisla. 


...1873 
..1871 


MISSISSIPPI. 




Wm. Pitt. Fessenden r.. Portland. 




NEW HAMPSUIKE. 

Aaron H. Cragin r. . . .Lebanon . 


...1871 


Vacant 

Vacant 








James \V. Patterson, r. Hanover. 


...1873 


LOUISIANA. 




VERMONT. 


...1871 


John S. Hariis Vidalia .. 


..1871 


Geo. F. Edmunds, r. .Biirlinaton. 


W. P. Kelu.g New Orleans.. 


..1873 


Justin S. Morrill, r Strafford. 


..1873 


TEXAS. 




MASSACUDSETTS. 


...1873 


Vacant 




Charles Sumner, r FJoston . 


Vacant 




Henry Wilson, r Nalick. 


..1671 


ARKANSAS. 




RHODE ISLAKD. 




Alex. McDonald Little Rock.. 


. 1871 


William Sprague, r. .Providence. 


...1873 


Benjamin F. Rice. . .Little Rock.. 


..1873 


Henry B. Anthony, r. Providence. 


...1871 








TENNESSEE. 




CONNECTICUT. 








W. A. Buckingham, d. .Hartford. 


...1873 


W. G. Bri>wnlow, r Giecnvdle.. 


..1873 
..1871 


Orris S. Ferry, r Norwalk . 


...1873 


Joseph S. Fowler, r Nashville. . 


NEW YORK. 




KENTUCKY. 




R. E. Fenton, r New York. 


...1873 


T. C. McCreery Owensburgh. . 


..1871 


Hoscoe Couklin^ r Ulica. 


...1871 


Gai ret Bavis, d Paris . . 


..1873 


NEW JERSEY. 


OHIO. 




John P. Stockton, r Newark. 


...1873 


A. S. Thurman Jefferson . . 


..1873 


Alexander G. Caltel, r. .Camden. 


...1871 


John Sherman, r, Mansfield. . 


..1873 


PENNSYLVANIA. 




INDIANA. 




John Scott, d Bloomsburg. 


.. 1873 


D. D. Pratt, Indidnapolis , . 


..1873 


Simon Cameron, r. . .Harrisburc;. 


...1871 


Oliver P. Morton, r. .Indianapolis. . 


. .1873 


DFL AWARE. 




ILLINOIS. 




James A. Bayard,. ..Wilmington. 


...1869 


Richard Yates, r. . . Jacksonvill. . 


..1871 


W. Saulsbury, d. Gerogetuwa. 


...1871 


Lyman Trumbull, r . . ..Cliicago. . 


. .1873 


MARYLAND. 




MICHIGAN. 




AV. T. Hamilton, Baltimore. 


...1873 


Zachariah Chandler, r Detroit . 


..I860 


George Viokers, d. .Ciiestertown. 


.. 1873 


Jacob M. Howard, r Detroit. . 


..1871 


WEST VIROINTA. 




WISCONSIN. 




A. F. Bnreman, r. . .Parkersburg. 


.. 1873 


Carjienter Racine. 


..1869 


W. T. Wilu-y, r Morgantown . 


...1871 


Timolliy 0. Howe, r. Green Bay. 


..1873 


VIRGINIA. 




MISSOURI. 




Vacant 




Carl Schurz, r Louisiana . . 

Charles D. Drake, r St. Luuis. 

IGWA. 


..1873 


Vacatii 


..1873 


NORTH CAROLINA. 






J, C. Abbott, r Wilmington 


.. 1871 


James W. Grimes, r. . !5urlington. . 


..1871 


John Pool, r . . . .Klizal)eth City 


...1873 


James Harlan, r.,.Mi. Pleasant. 


..1873 


SOUTH CAROLINA. 




MINNESOTA. 




T. J. Robertson, r Columbia 


...1871 


Alexander Ramsey, r. . .St. Paul . 


..1873 


F. A. Sawyer, r Charleston 


...1873 


Daniel S. Norton, d Winston 


..1871 



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CONGRESS. 



CONGRESS. 



KANSAS. 

Edmund G. Ross, r. . . .Law ren.ce 1871 

y. C. Poiueroy, r Aickison ...1873 

CAMFORMA. 

E. Casseiiy, r..Sacramfinto Ci;y ...1871 
Coinelius Cole, r. .San Francisco. . . .1873 

OREGON. 

Geo. H. Williams, r Portland ...1871 

Henry W. Corbett, r. , ..Portland 1873 

NEVADA. 

W. M. Sieuart, r. .Virginia City. . . .1873 
James W. Nye, r. . . . Carson City 187 1 

NEBRASKA. 

Tlios. \V. Tipton Omaha City 1873 

Jolin M. Thayer, r. .Biowusville. . . .1871 

Wm. J. McDonald, Chief Clerk. ., $3,000 
Geo. T. Blown, Ser^eant-at- Aims. ..12 400 
J. M. Edmunds, Post Ma.ster 2,1U0 

HOUSE OF RKDIlESEiXTATlVES. 

Speaker. — James G. Blaine, of Maine. 

JVame. Post Office. State. 

Adams G. M., d. . .Barboursville Ky 

Allison Wm. B., r Dubuque. . .lovva 

Ambler Jacob A , Ohio 

Ames Oakes, r. . . Norih Eastern. . .Mass 

Archer Ste^onson, d Belair Md 

Armstrong Wm. II Penn 

Arnell Samuel L., r. . . .Columbia. . .Tenn 

Asper Joel F., Mo 

Axtell S. B., d....San Francisco Ca 

Bailey Alexander II., r. . . .Rome. . .N. Y 
Banks Nathaniel P., r. . . .Lowel.. .Mass 
Beaman Fernando C, r. . . . Arian. . .Mich 

Beatty John, r Cardington. . .Ohio 

Beck James B., d Lexington Ky 

Benjamin John F., r. .Shelliyville Mo 

Bennett David S., N. Y 

Benton Jacob Lancaster. ..N. H 

Biggs Bei;jamin T., Del 

Bingham John A., r Cadi?;. . .(diio 

Bird John T., N. J 

Blair Austin, r Jackson. ... Mich 

Boles Thomas Dardanelles. . . .Ark 

Bowen C. C, r Charleston. . ..S. C 

Boyd Sempronius H Mo 

Brooks James, d New York. . . N. Y 

Buffinton James Mass 

Burdett Samuel S Mo 

Burr Albert G Winchester Ill 

Butler Berijani.j F., r Lowell. .. INfass 

Butler It. R., r Taylorsville...Tenn 

Cake Henry L.. r Tamaqua. ..Penn 

Calkin Hervey C N. Y 

Cessna John . . • Penn 

Churchill John C, r Oswego. . .N. Y 

Clarke Sydney, r Lawrence. . .Kan 

Cleveland Orestes N.J 

Cobb Ama'^a, r Mineral Point Wis 



Cobb Clinton L., r N. G 

Coburn Jolm, r Indiapolis. . , .Ind 

Cook Burton C, r Ottawa Ill 

Conger Omar D Mich 

Cowles George W N. Y 

CrebsJohn M HI 

Cullom Shelby M, r. . .Sprinfleld Ill 

Davis Noah . . N. Y 

Dawes Henry L., r Pittsfield. . .Mass 

Deweese John T., r Kaleiuh. . .N. G 

Dickey Oliver J Lancaster. ..Penn 

Dickinson E Iward F., Ohio 

Dixon X. F., r Westerly R. [ 

Dockery Oliver II., r. . . .Mangum. . ..N. C 

Donlev Joseph B., Penn 

Duvaf Isaac II., AV. Va 

Dyer David P., Mo 

Ela Jacob H. , r Rochester . . .N. H 

Eldridge C. A., r. .Fond du Lac. . . .Wis 

Farnswortli J. F., r. . .St. Charles Ill 

Ferriss Orange, r.. .Glenn's Falls. ...N. Y 
Ferry Thos. W., r.. Grand Haven. .. Mich 

Fiidiehiburg Gustavus A., Mo 

Fisher John, N. Y 

Fitch Thomas Nevada 

Fox John, d New York. . .N. Y 

Garfield James A., r Hiram... Ohio 

Getz J. Lawrence, r Reading. ..Penn 

Giltillan Calvin \V Penn 

Golladay J. S., d. . .'. ..Allensville' Ky 

Greene George W., N. Y 

Griswold John A., r Troy. . . N. Y 

Haight Charles, d Freehold N. J 

Haldeman Pilchard J., Penn 

Hale Eugene, IVIe 

Hambleton Samuel, Md 

Hamili Patrick Md 

Hamilton Chas. M., r. ..Marianna F!a 

Hawkins IsaacR , r. .Huntingdon. ..Teim 

Hawley John B., HI 

Hay John B. HI 

Heaton David A., r. ..New Berne N. C 

Hill John, r Boonton . . .N. J 

Hoag Truman 11., v Ohio 

Hoar George F., Mass 

Holman William S., d Aurora . . . .Ind 

Hooper Samuel, r Bo.ston . . . Mass 

Hopkins Benjamin F., r. .JIadison AVis 

Hotchkiss Giles \V N. Y. 

Ingersoll Ebon C, r Peoria Ill 

Jenckes Thos. A., r. .Providence R.I 

Johnson Jas. A., d. . . .Dowiiieville. .. Cal 

Jones Alexander H., r. .Asheville N. G 

Jones Thomas L., d. . . .Newport Kv 

Judd Norman B., r Chicago Ill 

Julian Georg-e W., r. . . .Centreville. . .Ind 

Kelley Wm. I)., r Philadelphia. ..Penn 

Kelse'y William H., r. . . .Genesee. ..N. Y 
Kerr Michael C. d. .New Albany. . . Ind 

Kelcham Jolm H., r Dover.. .N. Y 

Knni.p Charle.s N. Y 

Knott J. Proctor, r.. . .Lebanon Kv 

Laflin Addison H., r Heikimor. .N. Y 



mUk LIFE i^8UEA^i€E €0., SJalclgii, N. C. 

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CONGRESS. 



POST OFFICES. 



Lash Israel Q., r Salem. . ..N. C 

Lawrence Wm., r. ..Bellefoiitaiiie . . .Obio 
Logan John A., r. . . .Carbondale. . ..Ill 
Lo«;;hbriilge AVm., r. .Oskaloosa. . .Iowa 

Lynch .John, r Portland Me 

Marshall S. S., d. . .McLeansboro Ill 

Mayliam Stephen L., N. Y 

Maynard Horace, r. . . .Knoxville. . .Tenn 
McCarthy Dennis, r. . . .dyracuse. . .N. Y 

McCormick James R., Mo 

McCrary George W., Iowa 

McGrew James C.,. . . . W. Va 

McNeely Thompson W., Ill 

Mercur Ulysses, r Towanda . .Penn 

Motfet John, Penn 

Moore Eliakim II., Ohio 

Moore Jesse H., Ohio 

Moore Wni., r. . . .M-^y's Landing N. J 

Morgan Geo. W., d. . .Ml. Vernon. . .Ohio 
Morrell Daniel J., r. . .Johnstown. ..Penn 

Morrill Samuel P.,. Me 

Morrissey John, d New Yoik. ..N. Y 

Mungen William, d Fnidlay. . .Ohio 

Negley James S., Penn 

Niblack Wm. D., d. . . .Vincennes Ind 

O'Neill Charles, r. . .Piiiladelphia. . .Penn 

Orth Godlove S., r Lafayette. . . . lud 

Packard Jose[)h, Ind 

Packer ,Iohn B., Penn 

Paine Halbert E., r. . . .Milwaiikie. . . .Wis 

Palmer Frank W., Iowa 

Peters John A., r B uii;or .... IMe 

Phelps Darwin, Pf nn 

Poland Jj. P., r. .St. Johnsonbiiry Vt 

Poraei oy Charles low . 

Potter Clarkson N., N. Y 

Prosser William F Tenn 

Randall S. J., d. .Piiiladelphia Penn 

Reading .John R., Penn 

Reeves Henry A., N. Y 

Rice John M., Ky 

Rogers Anthony A. C, Ark 

Roots Logan II.,. ..De Vails Blufi. . , . Ark 

Sandford Stephen, N. Y 

Sargent Aaron A.. Cal 

Sawyer Philetus, r Oskosh... .Wis 

iSchenck Piobert C, r Dayton. . . Ohio 

Schnmaker John G N. Y 

Scofield Glenni W., r Warreii. . .Penn 

Shanks J. P. C.,r. Jay Court House In<l 

Sheldon Porter N. Y 

i^locum Henry W., N. Y 

Smith .lohn A., Ohio 

Smith Joseph S., Oregon 

Smith V/il!i:nvi J., Tenn 

Smith W. C, r St. Albans Vt 

rniyth William, Iowa 

"''evpi;s Aaron F., r Nasliun . . .N. H 

Stevenson Job E., Ohio 

Stiles .Tohn D., Penn 

Stokes William B., r. . . .Liberty. . . Tenn 

Stone Frederick, r..Port Tobacco Md 

Suouijlitoa William L., Mich 



Strader Peler W., Ohio 

Strickland Randolph, Mich 

Swann Thomas, Md 

Sweeny William N.,. . . . ! Ky 

Taffe John, r Omaha. . . . Neb 

Tanner Adolplms H.. N. Y 

Tillman Lewis, Tenn 

Townsend Washington, Penn 

Trimble Lawrence S.,d. .Paducah Ky 

Twichell Ginery, r Brooklin. . .Mass 

Tyner James N Ind 

Upson William H. , Ohio 

Van Auken Daniel M., d.Milford. . .Penn 
Van Horn R. T., r . . . Kansas City .... Mo 

Van Trump P., d Lancaster. . .Ohio 

Voorhees Daniel W., Ind 

Ward Hamilton N. Y 

Washburn C. C, r La Crosse Wis 

Washburn W. B., r. . . .Greenfield. . .Mass 

Walker Martin, r Wooster. . .Ohio 

Wells Erastus Mo 

Wheeler William A., N. Y 

Whittemore B. F., r. .Darlington S. C 

Wilkinson Morton S., Minn 

Willard Charles W Vt 

Williams William, r Vi''arsaw. . . .Ind 

Wilson Eugene M., Minn 

Wilson John T., r. . ..Tranquility. . .Ohio 

Winans James J., Ohio 

Winchester Boyd, Ky 

Witcher John S., W. Va 

Wc.od Fernando N. Y 

Woodward G. W., d. .Wilkesbarre Pa 



Pogt Offices .ind Post Masters. 

O/Hce, Cou»f;/, Post Master. 

Abbott's Creek, Davidson, Levi Tush, 
Albemarle, Stanly, J. W. Piivens, 
Allensville, Person, Mrs. J. Royster, 
Amity Hill, Iredell, John A. White. 
Anderson's Store, Caswell, Miss M. McNeill, 
Ansonville, Anson, William L. Smith, 
Aquone, Davidson. Henry Disber, 
Arcadia, Macon, Miss Laura Roland, 
Asliborough, Randolph, E. B. McLain, 
Asheville, Buncombe, .Tohn Jones,, 
.'Vuburn, AVake, John G. Andrews, 
.Auman's Hill, Montgomery, W. L. Aunian, 
Averasborou'.'h, Harnett, R. J. Norris, 
Aveyr's Creek, Bunc(m:)be, R. Ledbetler, 
Ayersville, Stokes, Nancy J. Martin, 

Alexandriaca, Mecklenbur?. , 

Ball Creek, Yancey, David Profht, 
r>eulah, Johnston, Miss N. S. Ilii.nant, 
Bath, Beaufort, Tlios. Orraond, 
Baker's t^ Koads Franklin, Helan Charble, 
Bakersville. Mitchell, D. A. Bowman, 
Barclaysville, Harnett, Miss L. Robiteau, 
Battlesboro', Edgecombe, S. J. E. Smith, 
Bay River, Craven, John W. Bryan, 
Bear Branch, Richmond, John H. Terry, 



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Bear Creek, Mitchell. , 

Bear Wallow, Henderson, Daniel Williams, 
BeatUe's Ford, Lincoln, Sidney A. Buich, 
Beaufort, Carteret, JJ J. Daris, 
Beaver Dam, Union, M. W. Munroe, 
Billevoir, Chatham, Thos. B. Farrar, 
Belvidere, Perquimans, J. Nicliolson, 
Bennett's Vineyard, Richmond, Elijah B. 
Bennett, 

Bentousville. Johnson, , 

Bennett's Store, Anson, Miss S. 8. Lucas, 
Bethania, Forsythe, 0. J. Lehman, 
Beatie's Ford, Lincoln, Sidney A. Burch, 
Bethany Church, Iredell, Clayton Hill, 
Big Fails, Alamance, T. R. Simpson, 
Big Lick, Stanly, W. Hankey, 
Bis Creek, Stokes, Stephen Pool, 
Black Creek, Wilson, Miss H. E. Christ- 
mas, 
Blackman's Mills, Sampson, Joel Hard, 
Black Mountain, McDowell, J. F. Millis, 
Black River Chapel, New Hanover Wm. 

Henry, 
Blackwell, Caswell, C. B. Luke. 
Bladen, Bladen, James Cashwell, 
Bladenboro, Bladen, S. J. Munroe, 
Blakely, Stokes, Sarah A. Brown, 
Blockers, Cumberland, Wm. C. Culbrelh, 
Blount's Creek, Beaufort, Luther M. Ruff, 
Blue Ridge, Henderson, B. K. Kinj?, 
Blue Wing, Granville, H. S. Macon, 
Bogue, Columbus, Mrs. J. J. Eilwards, 
Boilstou, Henderson, Mrs. Davis, 
Bowman's Bluff, Henderson, J. L. Blythe, 
Bone Camp, Madison, John Edmonson, 
Boone, Watauga, Bavid Sands, 
Boon Hill, Johnson, Mrs. Smith, 
Boonville, Yadkin. L. E. Cot)eland, 
Bostick's Mills, Richmond, T. Boflick, 
Branch's Store, Dupliu, W. B. Herring, 
Brassfield, Wake, J. W. Iliggins, 
Bringle Ferry, Rowan, Miss Bringle, 
Prick Church, Guilford, James Clapp, 
Bridgewaler, Burke, Mrs. Halberton, 
Biideetown, Burke, J. M. Hall, 
Brinkleysville, Halifax Mrs. F. M. Bennett, 
Brookville, Granville, Mrs. L B. Stray- 
horn, 
Brower's Mills, Randolph, W. N. Brower. 

Buckland, Gates. , 

Brown Marsh, Bladen, Miss C. B Sii^k, 
Buchanan, Granville, J. W. Hariis, 
Bufl'alo Ford, Randolph H. T. Cox, 
Burgau Depot, New Hanover, Jesse P. 

Joidan, 
Burney's Jlills, Randolph, Miss N^ Burney. 
Burnsville, Yancey, Joshua Williams, 
Bush Hill, Randolph, Wm. M. Wilson, 
Btisliy Fork, Person, J. Millever, 

Buck Shoals, Caldwell, . 

Burnt Chimney, Rutherford, M. J. Ila- 

nille, 
Brevard, Transylvania, W. W, Jloore, 



Caintuck, New Hanover, C. B Baridiill_ 
Caler's Hill, Jackson, James Branton, 
Calhoun, Henderson, Allen day, 
Camden, Camden, E. W. Morse, 

Canal Bridge, Currituck, , 

Cameron, New Hanover, N. ]\L Johnson, 
Camp Call, Cleveland, A. L. Green, 
Cane Creek, Chatham, 0. L. Lindsay, 
Caraway, Randolph, Mrs. M. Winslow, 
Carbonton, Chatham. Robert A. Stewart,) 
Carolina Seminary, Greene, Geo. C. Hines 
Carter's Mdl, Moore, S. M. Carter, 
Carthage, Moore, Mary A. Brookshiie, 
Cary, Wake, James Page, 
Casher's Valley, Jackson, Alfred Zachery, 
Castalia, Nash, John A. Harrison, 
Catawba Springs, Lincoln, W. S. Tucker, 
Catawba Station, Catawba, E. A. L^iw- 

rence, 
Catawba View, Caldwell, N. J. Bowman, 
Catharine Lake, Onslow, John Rhodes, 
Cathey's Creek, Transylvania, J. Hamlin, 
Cedar Bush, Davidson, Susan Sumniy, 
Cedar Grove, Forsythe, M. E. Allison, 
Cedar Hill, Anson, Julia A. McLean. 
Cedar Mountain, Transylvania, Samuel I. 

Tracy, 
Centre, Guilford, Miss Murrow, 
Centre Grove, Person, MissE. V. Bumi>a,ss, 
Cerro Gordo, Columbus, John Campbell, 
Chalk I^vel, Harnett, Miss Pegram, 
Chapel Hill, Orange, John WLiie, 
Charlotte, iMecklenburg, Ambrose Jones, 
Cherry Fields, Transylvania, J. L. Siniard, 
Cherry Lane, Alleghanj', Francis Bryan, 
Cherryville, Gaston, John Quinn, 
Chesnut Ridge, Yadkin, .James Maynard, 
Childsville, Mitchell, Miss N. M. 'Wise- 
man, 
Chimney Rock, Rutherford, E. J. W.lson, 
China Grove, Ro\van, Miss Hess, 
Clark's Creek, Montgomery, Wm. Zachary, 
C'larksville, Davie, Sarah A. Anderson, 
Clayton, Johnston, Mi.ss M. C. Hood, 
Claytonsville,' Transylvania, J. PL Hood, 
Clear Creek, Mecklenburg, Miss Slary P. 

Flou, 
Clinton, Sampson, John Ptoberts, 
Clover Orchard, Alamance, Sally Poust, 
Cobui'n's Store, Union, Hugh Downing, 
Colerain, Bertie, Johu W. Sessoms, 
Colesvilie, Stokps, M. A. A. Peatro'-s, 
CoUettsville, Caldwell, Miss Jane Collett, 
Columbia, Tyrrell, Wm. A. Lindsay, 
Columbus, Polk, B. S. Abrams, 
Colvin's Creek, New Hanovpr. W. P. Hunt, 
Comjiany Shops, Alamance, Geo. D. Boon, 
Concord, Cabf!rrll^, J. Wallace, Jr., 
Cool Siu-inn?, Iredell, S. Angle, 
Cooper'.'s Gap, Polk, J. E. A. Waldrop, 
Cottage Home. Lincoln. J. S. Noiwood, 
County Line, Davie, J(.>hn W. Gray, 
Covington, Richmond, Alfred Baldwin, 



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Coxville, Pitt, Isaac Hardy, 
Ciab Tree, Haywood, H. L. Kin£jsmoie, 
Grain's Creek. Moore, Mary Cole, 
Crooked Creek, Stokes, Miss M. I. Kings- 

ston. 
Cross Eock, Madison, Miss J. E. Reavis, 

Cranlmry Fork, Mitchell, . 

Crowder's Mountain, Gaston, N.M.Carson, 
Crowell's Mills. Bladen, Henry P. Crovvell, 
Cunninsliani's Store, Person, J. Riggsbee, 
Curriesville, Moore, Barbra Ciirrie, 
Currituck, Currituck, Thos. G. Munds. 
Curtis' Mills, Alamance, Jolin F. Garrett, 
Coddle Creek, Cabarrus, W. L. D. Benson, 

Copenhagen, Caldwell, , 

Ci'aeshead, Meckleubwrs, 



Cowan's Ford, Mecklenburg, , 

Dallas, Gaston, E. Pasour, 
Daubury, Stokes, W. W. McCanless, 
Davidson College, Mecklenburg, II. P. 

Helper, 
Davidson's River, Transylvania, E. Paton, 
Day Book, Yancey, S. 8. Peterson, 
Dayton, Wake, K. Marshall, 
Deep River, Guilford, E. E Mendenhall, 
Dubson, Surry, R. F. McGrilfin, 
Docket y's Store, Richmond, M. Dockery, 
Double Shoal, Cleveland, Fletcher FaUs, 
D 'ver, C)raven, William F. Lean, 
Draughnn's Sore, Sampson, Walter Lee, 
Dry Ponds, Lincoln, Mary A. Houstan, 

Di-al's Hill, Caldwell, , 

Dudley, Wayne, I. C. Rhodes, 

Duncan's Creek, Cleveland, H. McFair 

land, 
Dunn's Rock, Transylvania, O. C. Neill, 
Durham's, Orange, William Mangum, 
Dutchville, Granville, L. J. Holden, 
Dysortville, McDowell, Elizab'th Dj'sorfc, 
Eagle Mills, Iredell, Joseph Cox, 
Eagle Rock, Wake, Miss K. Charablee, 
Earpsborough, Johnston, Miss P. A. 

Young, 
Fast Bend, Yadkin, E. Benboro, 
East La])ort. Jackson, J. L. Polls, 
Eden, Randolj)!!, John C. Andrews, 
EdiMiton. Chowan, John R. McCurdy, 
Edinbcrough, Montgomery, Martha J. 

Watkins, 
Edneysville, Henderson, R. T. Lewis, 
Efird's Mills, Siacly, Noah E. Elird, 
Eiivpt Bepot, Chatham, H. L. Muse, 
Elevation, Johnston, Sarah Dixon, 
Eli/.abeth City, Pasquotank, Mrs. M. J. 

Wilroy, 
Eiizabethtown. Bladen. J. E. Eldridge, 
Elkin, Surry, James Min'ah, 
Elk Shoals, Alexander, J. F. Moore, 
Ellisville. Bladen, Duncan Ballard, 
Enfield. Halifax, Mrs. Wooten, 
Enola. Iredell, Robert Littlf^, 
Erwinsville. Cleveland. Miss S. L. Ellis, 
Elk >i Roads, Watauga, , 



Farisb's Store, Caswell. , 

Fair Bluff, Columbus, Joshua Waddell, 
Fairfield, Hyde, Joana Sadler, 
Fair Grove, Davidson, Miss Sarah J. Lee, 
Fairport, Granville, C. F. Williams, 
Fairview. Buncombe, Mrs. Norma Smith, 
Faison's Depot, Duplin, Charles Reaves, 
Falkland, Pitt, Luther Joyner, 
Fancy Hill. Iredell, TliosN. Punch. 
Farniinaton, D;ivie, Mrs. S. D. McQill, 
Fayctteville, Cumlierland, Geo. Lander, 
Fentress, Guilford, Miss E. C. Fentress, 
First Broad. Rutherford. Nancy McCurry, 
Fish Dam, Wake, Grandison Philpolt, 
Flat Biver, Orange, John Howard, 
Flat Shoals, Surry, Joel Hamson, 

Flat Rock, Henderson, , 

Farmingion, Columbus, Charles Chancey, 
Flint Branch, Mithell, T. A. Buchanan,' 
Fore.stville., Wake, W. H. Hoyalt, 
Forks of Pigeon, Mary C. Evans, 
Fork Mountain, Mitchell, Jacob Hyder, 
Foust's Mills, Randolph, Mary Haughton, 
Forbusb, Yadkin, StejJien Ilobson, 
Francisco, Stokes, C. C. Smith. 
Franklin, Macon, Andrew McConnell, 
("'ranklinton, Franklin, H. S. Fiirman, 
Franklinsville, Randolph, Emsley Burgess, 
FiPiich Creek Church, Bladen, Jones H. 

Allen, 
Friendship, Guilford. J. Russell 
Fullwood's Store, Mecklenburg, Wm. P. 

Houston, 
Fulton, Davie, Milton Ilobbs, 

Fort Defiance, , . 

Freedom Hill, Chatham, W. T. Gunter, 
Fort Montgomery, Cherokee, Henry Hill, 
Gap Civil, Alleghany, E. C. Vaughan, 
Gap Creek, Ashe, Wm. Laws, 
Gardner's Ford, Cleveland, P. D. Grigg, 
Gammons' Mills, Cabarrus, Miss S. Hart- 
wick, 
Garysburg, Northampton, Nathan Harris, 
Gatesville, Gates, Miss M. S. Mood}', 
Germanton, Stokes, M. S. Benton, 
Gibsonville, Guilfoul, Jordan A. Ncese, 
Gilmer's Store, Guilford, A. Hanner, 
Glade Creek, Alleshany, A. B. Carson, 
Gladesboronah, Randolph. F. J. Lyndon, 
Glenaloon, Moore, Ellen S. Kelly, 
Globe, Caldwell, Davia Moore, 
Gold Hill, Rowan, G. C. ."^'muggs, 

Gulden Place, Onslow, , 

Goldsboro, Wayne, H. L. Grant, 
Goldsion. Chatham, Mrs. F. A. Dixon, 
Golden Valley, Rutherford, Mary L. Q ay- 

SOTl, 

Graham, Alamance. B. McMurray. 
Happy Home, Burke, W. Connell, 
Iladley's INlill. Chatham. Caleb E. Johnson, 
Halifax, Halifax, N. Fitznatrick, 
Hallsville, DupMn, Geo. W. Wilson, 
Hamptonville, Yadkin, A. G. Carson, 



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Hamilton, Martin, W. W. Carson, 
Hannersville, Davidson, Mary A. Copple, 
Hanell's Store, New Hauover, J. W. Bland, 
llarrellsville, Hertford, Norma n?L. Shaw, 
Ilarringion, Harnett, Miss A. Harrington, 
Harris' Depot, Cabarrus, J. L. Kilpatrick, 
Ilarrisville, Montgomery, Miss D. Sanders, 
Ilartsborn, Alamance, Jobn Coble, 
Hatteras, Hyde, Homer W. Styron, 
I!aw Biaucb, Onslow, Zacbriali Brown, 
Hawley's Store, Sampson, Miss A. ilawley. 
Haw River, Alamance, Jobn Bason, 
Haysville, Clay, J. H. Duncan, 
Hay Meadow, Wilkes, Miss R. Sebastian, 
Hay's Store, Wake, W. H. Page, 
Haystack, Surry, James Hooper, 
Haywood, Chatham, Jobn L. Wadlen, 
Heatbsvilie, Halifax, Josiah W. Hall, 
Hertford, Perquimans, Tbos. Blancbard, 
Hilton, Asbe, A. C. Jones, 
Henderson, Granville, Miss S. J. Reavis, 
Hendersonville. Henderson, W. M. Justice, 
Herringsville, Sampson, Sarah Highsmitb, 
Hickory Tavern, Catawba, W. H. Ellis, 
High Point Guilford, Eli Denny, 
High Shoals, Rutherford, Miss D. Aydlott, 
Hiiliardston, Nash, Mrs. J. H. Partes, 
Killsboro, Orange, Dennis Hearlt, 
Hillsdale, Guilford, W. D. Archer, 
Hill's Store, Randolph, J. A. Henly, 
Holly Crove, Madison, F. M. Lawsor, 
Hominy Greek, Buncombe, Sarah Per.Lmd, 

Hightowers, Caswell, , 

Horse Cove, Jackson, , 

Hookerton, Greene, F. M. Mosely, 
Hoover Hill, Randolph, Nelson M. Crow, 
Horse Creek, Ashe, Mrs. Sarah Taylor, 
Hotel, Bertie, H. F. Williams, 
Houstonville, Iredell, Andrew Baggerly, 

Hurdle's Mills, Person, , 

Huutsville, Yadkin, T. Griffith, 

Jiolt's Store, , , 

Hopewell, Mecklenburg, , 

Hazle Dell, , , 

High Top, Jackson, 



Icard Station, Burke, , 

Independence, Caswell, Mrs. J. Blackwell, 
Ivy, Madison, Joseph E. Knapp, 
Jackson, Northampton, Joseph Copeland, 
Jackson's Creek, Randolph, M. J. Nance, 
Jackson's Spring, Moore, Anna Campbell, 
Jacob's Fork, Catawba, Fredei ick R. Beck, 
Jamestown, Guilford, D. Mendenball, 
Jamesville, Martin, E. H. Bailey, 
Jefferson, Ashe, Ewin C. Bartlett, 
Johnson, Cleveland, Mrs. M. D. Cabaness, 
Johnson's Mills, Pitt, S. W. Kennerly, 
Jonathan's Creek, Haywood, Miss L. A. 

Leatlierwood, 
Jobnsonville, Harnett, Miss Cameron, 
Jonesboro, Moore, Thomas Rollins, 
Jone's Mills, Randolph, Hannah Arnold, 
Joyner's Depot, Wilson, Geo. W. Griffin, 



jQdsonville, Surry, L. K. Thompson, 
Jerusalem, Davie, C. W. Bossent, 
Jonesville, Yadkin, B. B. Bessent, 
Kemnsville, Duplin, Mi.^s M. A. Watson, 
Kernersville, Forsythe, J. F. Kerner, 
Killian'sMills, Lincoln, Ulysses Alexander, 
Kingsboro, Edgecombe, J. T. Lamon, 
Kind's Mountain, Gaston, Miss L. A. Black, 
Kinston, Lenoir, J. G. B. Babbitt, 

Kirkland, Cabarrus, , 

Kittrells, Granville, Mary E. Overton, 
Knap of Reeds. Granville, Francis J. Tilley, 
Knob Creek, Cleveland, Miss S. A. Mull, 
Kyle's Landing, Cumberland, J. R. Taylor, 

King's Creek, ■ , , 

Lake Comfort, Hyde, Benj. F. Spencer, 
Lake Landing, Hyde, Banister Midyett, 
Lanesborough, Anson, Mary E. Allen, 
Lassiter's Mills, Randolph, D. P. Luther, 
Laurel Hill, Richmond, Elijah Hester, 
Laurel Springs, Ashe, Wyatt Rose, 
Laurinburg, Richmond, Jno. C. McLaurin, 
Lawsonville, Rockingham, John Windsor, 
Leaksville, Rockingham, John W. Burten, 
Leasburg, Caswell, Mrs Susan Paylor, 
Ledger, Mitchell, W. J. Silver, 
Leachburg, Johnston, C. H. Holland, 
Leechville, Beaufort, Mills Rogers, 
Leesville, Robeson, William Brown, 
Leicester, Buncombe, John Carpenter, 
Lenoir, Caldwell, M. E. Shell, 
Lenoir Institute, Lenoir, James Elmore, 
Lennox Castle, Rockingham, J. R. Garrett, 
Leo, Stanly, Mary J. Jenkins, 
Lewisville, Eorsylhe, P. Laugenour, 
Lexington, Davidson, Bonie Dusenberry, 
Liberty Hill, Iredell, James Scroggs, 
Lileswille, Anson, W. H. Barnawell, 
Lincolnton, Lincoln, Harriet E. Bonar, 
Little River, Alexander, Matilda Smith, 
Lillington, Harnett, Thos. V. Vestal, 
Little's Mills, Richmond, Miss M. A. 

Childs, 
Littleton, Halifax, John R. Smith, 
Little Yadkin, Stokes, Solomon Spainhour, 
Locust l(iill, Caswell, Mrs. Paschall, 
Logan's Store, Rutherford, D R. Freeman, 
LongRidse, Washington, Geo. W. Jackson, 
Long's Mills, Randolph, B. A. Sellers, 
Longstreet, Moore, Absalom Kelly, 
Louisburg, Franklin, Miss Sarah E. Jones, 
Lovelace, Wilkes, Miss E. A. Bicknall, 
Love's Level, Union, S. E. Austin, 
Lumberton, Robeson, Marion Q. Bryan, 
Linville River, Burke, W. C. Wise, 
Love Lady, Caswell, Miss S. S. Fisher, 
Lillington, New Hauver, W. B. Larkins, 
Lone Level, Stanly, J. Love, 

McCray's Store, Alamance, , 

McDaniel, Alamance, Mrs. M. J. Cook, 
McLeansville, Guilford, J. Gorrell, 
McMill's Ferry, Harnett, Jacob E. Rear- 
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Mackey's Ferry, WasbiDgton, Mrs. Ann 

Nelson, 
Macon Depot, Warren, Miss Amanda 

Egerton, 
Madison, Rockingham, M. S. Black, 
Magnolia, Duplin, M. Evans, 
Mangum, Richmond, Miss J. Christian, 
Manson, Warren, Arrow Smith, 
Maple Springs, Wilkes, Mathevv Ball, 
Marble Springs, Cherokee, Henry Moss, 
Margarettsville, Northampton, Miss Rose 

E. Wren, 
Marion, McDowell, W. S. Carson, 
Marlborough, Pitt, Sylvester S. Scott, 
Marley's Mills, Randolph, B. F. Marley, 
Marshall, Madison, T. J. Rollins, 
Martiudale, Mecklenburg, W. M. Martin, 
Martin's Lime Kiln, Stokes, H. M. 1: mith, 
Maysville, Greene, Richard Phillips, 
Mebanesville, Alamance, S. A. White, 
Middle Creek, Wake, J. B. Strain, 
Middletown, Hyde, Waterman Godfrey, 
Midway, Davidson, J. F. Perryman, 
Mill Grove, Harnett, Mrs. K. C. McNeill, 
Mill Hill, Cabarrus, Mary J. Stirewalt, 
Mill River, Henderson, Mary J. Allen, 

Mintonsville, Gates, , 

Mellon, Caswell, John J. Jones, 
Mint Hill, Mecklenburg, Miss C. Hood, 
Miranda, Rowan, C. T. McLaughlin, 
Mocksville, Davie, Mrs. Ann Paiker, 
Monk's Store, Sampson, W. J. Craddock, 
Moffit's Mills, Randolph, Wm. B. Mauess, 
Monroe, Union, W. N. Sampson, 
Monroeton, Rockingham, Lawson Wright, 
Monticello, Guillord, J. C. Pritchet, 
Mooresborough, Cleveland, Mrs. M. J. 

Davis, 
Mooshaunee, Moore, E. Q. Sewell, 
Morehead City, Carteret, J no. 1. Hen.shaw, 
Morgan's Mill, Union, John £. Moiaan, 
Morganton, Burke, Miss J. E. McElrath, 
Morrisville, Wake, Miss S. A. Jlorriss, 
Mount Tabor, Forsythe, Timothy Boone, 
Mosely Hall, Lenoir, Wallace Ames, 
Mountain Creek, Catawba, Miss H. E. 

Gabriel, 
Mount Airy, Surry, Hiram P. Allred, 

Mount Gilead, Montgomery, , 

Mount Mourne, Iredell, Robert H. Clark, 
Mount Nebo, Yadkin, James Adams, 
Mt. Olive, Wayne, Robert Koruegay, 
Mt. Pleasant, Cabarrus, Phillip Grenning, 
Mt. Energy, Granville, Nat. Cannady, 
Mount Tirzah, Person, Joseph Noell, 
Mount Ulla, Rowan, John Goodman, 
Mt. Vernon, Rowan. E. C Phillips, 
Mount Willing, Orange, R. N. Kirkpatrick, 
Mud Lick, Chatham, J. M. Woodly, 
Mull Grove, Catawba, Miss Ruth Jenks, 
Murfveesboro, Hertford, Mrs. Eliza Trader, 
Murphy, Cherokee, Wm. T. Green, 
Melville, . , | 



Mount Pisgah, Alexander, W. Q. Barnett, 
Muddy Fork, Cleveland, W. 0. Ware, 
Muberry, Wilkes, W. B. Siegrist, 
Nahunta, Wayne, Wm. D. Flowers, 
Nashville, Na.sh, John W. Harper, 
New Berne, Craven, Geo. W. Nason, jr., 
New Garden, Guilford, E. Cox, 
New Hill, AVake, D. H. Gardner, 
New Hope, Iredell, E. L. C. McHargen, 
New Hope Academy, Randolph, R. J. 

Miller, 
New Light, Wake, Mrs. C. C. Rogers, 
New Market. Randolph, Duncan Newlin, 
Newjjort, Carteret, Jasper Mann, 
New Salem, Randolph, F. N. Ingold, 
New Stirling, Iredell, Mary D. Simmons, 
Newton, Catawba, Miss H. E. Ross, 
Newton Grove, Sampson, N. K. Thornton, 
North Brook, Lincoln, 0. B. Jenks, 
North Cove, McDowell, Robert McCall, 
North Folk, Ashe, Mrs. M. C. Wagner, 
Norval, Harnett, Margaret A. Oliver, 
Norwood, Stanly, W. .H. Watkins, 
Nicholsonville, Cleveland, Miss M. L. 

Champion, 
Oak Forest, Iredell, E. F. Swann, 
Oak Grove, Union, Julia A. J. Long, 
Oak Hill, Granville, L. K. McCadden, 
Oakland, Chatham, Elizabeth Muse, 
Oak Ridge, Guilford, Andrew L. Moore, 
Oaks, Orange, E. Ellen Webb, 
Oak Springs, Rutherford, Sarah G. Davis, 
Ocona Lufta, Jackson, Miss Eliza Conner, 
Ucracoke, Hyde, Abner B. Howard, 

Old Furnace, Gaston, White, 

Old Richmond, Forsythe, Nancy J. Hawser, 
Old Town, Forsythe, L. J. Kline, 
Olin, Iredell, J. J. Harris," 
Olive Branch, Union, H. T. Bancom, 
Onslow C. H., Onslow, J. E. Penville, 
Orange Factory, Orange, S. W. Holeman, 
Otter Creek, Rutherford, S. JMitcliell, 
Ovvenville, Sampson, John Smith, 
Oxford, Granville, Bettie G. Jones, 
PanteiO, Washington, S. S. Latham, 
Pacific, Franklin, John Younu jr., 
Pactolus, Pitt, Caswell Carson, 
Point GapjYancy, Mary Jane Horton, 
Patterson, Caldwell, Wm. H. Morris, 
Patterson's Store, Alamance, Mrs. A. A. 

Cruchfield, 
Patton's House, Rutherford, N. G. Corvan, 

Palo Alto, Onslow, , 

Peach Tree Grove. Nash. FHzaM. iNTathews 
Paslear's Creek, Wilkes, llicli Jacks, 
Pecock's Store, Columbus, Eihh h liainion, 
Pekin, Montgomery, Mrs. F. Mckenzie, 
Pelham, Caswell, John A. Pierce, 
Pierceville, Cleveland, Mrs. P. Gladen, 
Pigeon Rivf r, Haywood, John M. Haynes, 
Pine Hall, Stokes, Jonathan Flinn, 
Pikeville, Wayne, Mary A. Smith, 
Pilot Mountain, Stokes, Henry Boroman, 



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POST OFFICES. 



Pine Level, Johnson, F. Q. Hinnan t, 

Piney Green, Onslow, , 

Pineville, Mecklenburg, M. A. Harrison, 
Pink Hill, Lenoir, W. W. Denny, 
Pioneer Mills, Cabarrus, Miss E. L. Black, 
Pittsboro, Chatham, John T. Mallory, 
Pleasant Grove, Alamance, Miss Mary J. 

Lonor, 
Pleasant Hill, Northampton. B, Brewer, 
Pleasant Retreat, McDowell, L. Pledgett, 
Pleasant Ridge, Gaston, Isabella Meagle, 
Plymouth, Washington, R. S. Goelet, 
Pollocksville, Jones, John B. Reid, 
Potecasi, Northampton, Mrs. Eliza Beale, 
Powelton, Richmond, Owen Hadley, 
Powhatan, Richmond, Cyrus S. Reno. 
Poplar Branch, Currituck, Geo. Vanslick, 
Prospect Hill, Caswell, Mrs. F. L. Warren, 
Prosperity, Moore, J. J. ]\Iartinda1e, 
Providence, Mecklenburg, J. E. Sample, 
Purley, Caswell, A. B. Davis, 
Pamlico, Craven, J. L Dean, 

Powells Point, Currituck, , 

Portsmouth, Carteret, J. Abbott, 
Qullatown. Jackson, S. Enloe, 
Quendale, Robeson, Gilbert 0. Dea, 
Query's, Mecklenburg, Miss R. Query, 
Raleigh, Wake, Calvin J. Rogers, 
Ranaleburg, Mecklenburg, J. R. Porter, 
Raysville, Madison, W. C. Fisher, 

l\eynoldsville, Gates, , 

Red Banks, Robeson, J. E. Roberts, 
Red Hill, Mitchell, James Bailey, 
Red Mountain, Orange, Miss Ann Parker, 
Red Plains, Yadkin, E. A. Poindexter. 
Reed Creek, Randolph, Mary House, 
Reems Creek, Buncombe, Mary E. Mc- 

Clure, 
Reidsville, Rockingham, Stephen F. Terry, 
Republic, Yadkin, Stephen Hobbs, 
Richland Valey, Haywood, A. N. Killian, 
Richardson's Creek, Union, Miss D, A. 

Griffin, 
Rich Fork, Davidson, Jaa. S. Sullivan, 
Richlands. Onslow, Zacb Pittman, 
Richmond Hill, Yadkin, Mary Crump, 
Rich Square, Northampton, W. H. Burgess, 
Riddicksville, Hertford, A. Riddick, 
Ridge Spring, Pitt, Hardy Johnson, 
Ridgeway, Warren, Sandy T. Watkins, 
Ringwood, Halifax, Hardy Pitts, 
Robeson, Brunswick, Mrs. M. E. Brinkley, 
Rock Creek, Alamance, Mrs. C. C. Curtis, 

Roanoke, Martin, , 

Rock Fish, Duplin, F. Hoderson, 
Rock Ford, Surry, L, H. Banes, 
Rockinham, Richmond, W. L. Foulkes, 
Roaring Gap, Wilkes, Reuben Sparks, 
Rock Mills, Lincoln, Thomas Bess, 
Rock Springs, Orange, Elizabeth Gates. 

Rocky Mount, Edgecombe Edwards, 

Rocky Point, New Hanover, James H. 

Durham, 



Rolesville, Wake, Mrs. Virginia Terrell, 
Round Hill. Orange, Miss Sue Parrish, 
Rowan Mills, Rowan, Almon Eckler, 
Roxborough, Person, Miss E. Wiles, 
Roxobel, Bertie, Mrs. M. C. Cox, 
Rusk, Surry, Miss E. J. Roberts, 
Rutherfordton, Rutherford, A. P. K. 

Wallace, 
Rockville, Bladen, F. W. Foster, 
Ruffin, Rockingham, Miss S. T. Strader, 
Saint Charles, Johnson, Henrv B. Faison, 
Saint John, Hertford,, G. C. Moore, 
Saint Lawrence, Chatham, Isaac T. Brooks, 
Saint Pauls, Robeson, L. B. Tolar, 
Salem, Forsythe, Dr. A. T. Zevely, 
Salem Chapel, Forsythe, M. J. Marshall, 
Salem Church, Randolph, R. P. Kearnes, 
Salisbury, Rowan, Anthony Bencini, 
Sandy Creek, Randolph, S. York, 
Sandy Grove, Chatham, Lewis Hornaday, 
Sandy Mush, Buncombe, L. H. Wells, 
Sandy Plains, Rutherford, Miss Ann 

Abrams, 
Sassafras Fork, Granville, Rebecca J. 

Strum, 
Sawyersville, Randolph,Wm.McK. Dougan, 
Saxapahaw, Alamance, William Zachary, 
Science Hill, Randolph, Jonathan Parker, 
Scotland Neck, Halifax, R. S. Tucker, 
Scottsville, Ashe, N. G. Lane, 
Scuppernong, Washington. T. B. Basnight, 
Seaboard, Northampton, Wm. Bentley, 
Sedge's Garden, Forsythe, L. P. Wagoner, 
Selma, Johnson, Miss Hood, 
Shady Grove, Davidson, Geo. Crouch, 
Shallotte, Brunswick, Lewis B. Smith, 
Shallow Ford, Alamance, Alfred Isley, 
Shaw's Mills, Guilford, R. P. Shaw, 
Shelby, Cleveland, John L. Moore, 
Sherrill's Ford, Lincoln, E. L. Sherrell, 
Shoe Heel, Robeson, 0. S. Hays, 
Sherman, Polk, M. Dimsdale, 
Shufordville, Buncombe, F. E. Livingston, 
Siegle's Store, Lincoln, Miss Stamey, 
Silver Hill, Davidson, Sarah Symons, 
Sladesville, Hyde, Elijah Neal, 
Smithfield. Johnson, Mrs. M. A. Northam, 
Smith Grove, Davie, Duke Kimbrough, 
Smith ville, Biunswick, Edwin Legg, 
Snipe's Store, Chatham, Wm. Snipes, 
Snow Hill, Green, J. T. Freeman, 
Snow Camp, Alamance, John Dixon, 
Snow Creek, Iredell, David B. White, 
South Creek, Beaufort, John S. Gordon, 
South Gaston, Halifax, J. M. Newsom, 
South Lowell, Orange, J. A. McMannen, 
South Mill's, Camden, Mrs. J. Jacobs, 
South Point, Gaston, R. M. McLaughen, 
Sparta, Edgecombe, Levi Harris, 
Speights Bridge, Green, S. P. Cox, 
Spencer, Davidson, Jesse Kindly, 
Spring Creek, Madison, Mrs. S. B. Hipp, 
Spring Grove, Rowan, Richard Graham, 



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Spruce Pine, Mitchell Isaac D. English, 
Siacyville, Rockingham, S. T. Stiader, 
Seminary, Gates, J. F. Cross, 
Stanhope, Nash, C. B. Sirickiand, 
Stanley's Greek, Gaston, Harriet Glovinger, 
Statesville, Ire'leil, J. C. Anderson, 
Steven's Mill, Union, John L. Hooks, 
Stice's Shoal, Cleveland, Mrs. H.E. Cham- 
bers, 
Stikoih, Cherokee. Marvis S. Crisp, 

Steel Creek, Mecklenburg, , 

Stony Point, Alexander, Thos. A: Walt. 
Stony Ridge, Surry, Sarah Wolf, 

Stony Fork, Watauga, , 

Sugar Grove, Watauga, Miss Mast, 
Summerfield, Guili>rd, C. Wilson, 
Summerville, Harnett, Daniel McDowell, 
Swannanoa, Buncombe, Miss E. R. Patten, 
Swann's Station, Moore, F. J. Swan, 
Swan Quarter, Hyde Thomas E. Mace, 

Sweet Water, Watauga, , 

Swansborough, Onslow, Daniel A. Harget, 
Sweet Home, Iiedell. Miss L. .T. King, 
Swift Creek Bridte, Craven, W. H. Ellison 
Swift Island, Montgomery, David A. 

Boyd, 
Sycamore Alley, Halifax, Arch C. Higgins, 
Stocksville, Buncombe, Pleasant Lankford 
Stick Shoals, Cleveland, H. E. Chambers, 
Tally Ho, Granville, Lizzie E. Johnson, 
Tarborough, Edgecombe, Mrs. J. M. 

Spraggins, 
Taylor's Bridge, Sampson, Fred Robinson, 
Taylorsville, Alexander, J. P. Matherson, 
Teachey's, Duplin, J. C. McMillan, 
Thomasville, Davidson, Edwin McCutchen, 
Thorapsonville, Rockingham, J. G. Wheeler, 
Tom's Creek, Surry, Sam'l. II. Taylor, 
Townesville, Granville, Wm. E. Overbey, 
Trap Hill, Wilkes, A. C. Bryan, 
Trenton, Jones, D. D. Colgrove, 
Trinity College, Randolph, C. Z. Leach, 
Troublesome, Rockingham. Ann Pearson, 
Troy, Montgomery, Margaret Wright, 
Troy's Store, Randolph, Mrs. S. A. Bain, 
Tryon, Polk, M. Gilbert, 
Turkey Cove, McDowell, .John G. Yancy, 
Turnersburg, Iredell, Abner Brooks,' 
Turnpike, Buncombe, J. C. Smothers, 
TruRcjuitlen, Clay, T. J. Johnson, 
University Station, Orange, J. T. Ilogan, 
Union Grove, Iredell, Jas. L. Norman, 
Valley Crucis, Watauga, Joel Shoemaker, 
Valley Town, Cherokee, Mrs. J.M. Walker, 
Van Hook"s Store, Person, M. J. Van 

Hook, 
Vesuvius Furnace, Lincoln, .1. M. Smith, 
Vienna, Forsythe, Phillip Mock, 
Walkerstown, Forsythe, W. P. Dicks, 
Wadesborongh, Anson, Miss M. C. Patiick, 
Wakefield, Wake, Mrs. V. N. Strickland, 
Walkersville. Union, E. R. Wilson, 
Wallace, Duphn, G. Pionpy, 



Wallers, Granville, Bettie Walker, 
Walnut Cove, Stokes, W. A. Lash jr., 
Ward's Mills, Onslow, Emily J. Marshall, 
Waynesville, Haywood, Mrs. D. McGee, 
Warm Springs, iladison, A. J. Andrews, 
Warren Plains, Warren, Jesse L. Sliaw, 
Warrenton, Warren, Miss Mary Green, 
Vfarrior Creek, Wilkes, Mary Sharp, 
Warsaw, Duplin, W. Blanchard, 
Washington, Beaufort, W. Eborn, 
Watsonville, Alamance, Maggie V. Watson, 
Waynesville, Haywood, Debora McGee, 
Weavel's Mills, Forsythe. Eli Weavel, 
Webb's Ford, Ruthsrford, L. Metcalf, 
Webster, Jackson, Geo. W. Spake, 
Weldon, Halifax, L. F. Larkin, 
Weniworth, Rockingham, Neil Ellington, 
Westbrook, Bladen, Mrs. R. Davis, 
Westminster, Guilford, W. L. Beard, 
Whitaker.s Station, Edgecombe, Lawrence 

J. Ellinor, 
AVhite Roads, Forsythe, W. V. Fulk, 
White Hall, Mecklenburg, Miss E. J. Reid, 
White House, Randolph, Stephen Henley, 
White Oak, Bladen, S. G. Hamilton, 
White Plains, Cleveland, Miss S. A. Falls, 
While Rock, Madison, A. G. Tweed, 
White's Store, Anson, Martha J, Barrett, 
White Sulphur Springs, Catawba, Martha 

J. Eckard, 
Whitesville, Columbus, H. C. Moffitt, 
Wilkesboro, Wilkes, Calvin J. Cowles, 

WilHam's Mills, Wake, , 

Williamsboro, Granville, W. F. Henderson, 
Williamston, Jvlartin, Alex. Jackson, 
Wilmington, New Hanover, Ed. R. Brink, 
Wilson, Wilson, Mrs. M. C. Daniel, 
Wilson's Store, Stokes, J. II. Leak, 
Winchester, Union. G. il. Winchester, 
Windsor, Bertie, F. W. Bell, 
Winslow, Harnett, Robt. Coffield, 
Winston, Forsythe, A. V. Faircloth, 
Winton, Hertford, Andrew Northcutt, 
Witienbergs, Alexander, Mikeal Teague, 
Wolfsville, Union, Alfred Pervins, 
Woodlawn, Gaston, M. S. Merrilt, 
Woodleaf, Rowan, Miss. Maria Ruffin, 
Woodsilale, Person, Miss Bettie Mitchell, 
Woodville, Perquimans K. R. Pendleton, 

Wortx I\Iills, Watauga, , 

Yadkin College, Davidson, G. W. Hege, 
Yadkinville, Yadkin, W. H. Harrison, 
Yanceyville, Caswell, Mrs. Parlor, 
York Collegiate Institute, Alexander, 

Miss Fannie York, 
Young's K^ Roads, Granville, Martha A. 

Harrison, 
Young's Mills, Guilford, Mrs. M. Young, 
Yellow Mountain, JMitchell, W. D. Bur- 
leson, 
Zimmerman, Wilkes, Susan Parks. 



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LTBEARIES. 



PUBLIC LIBRARIES IN NOETH CAROLINA, 



NAME. 



LOCATION. 



State Library, Raleigh N. C, 

Trinity CoUese Trinity, 

Hesperian, Trinity, 

Columbian, Trinity, 

Univei sity, Chapel Hill, 

Piiilanthropic, Chapel Hill, 

Dialectic, Chapel Hill, 

Davidson College, Davirison Collese, 

Society, Davidson Collf^iie, 

Societ}", Davidson College, 

Franklin Literary Club Edenton, 

Cross Creek Lodge I. 0. 0. F., Fayettevillo, 

Wake Forest College, Forestville, 

Euzelian Society, j Forestville, 

Philomalhesian Society, [Forestville, 

Goldsboro Female College, iGoklsboro, 

North Carolina College, jMt. Pleasant, 

Chowan Female Institute iMurfreesboro, . 

Murireesboro Female College, Murfreesboro, 

New Berne, Academy, New Berne, 

York Collegiate Institute, York Col. Institute 

Catawba College, Newton, 

Clin College, 0!in, 

St. John's College, Oxford, 

Deaf and Dumb and Blind Institution, Raleigh, 

Salem Female Academy, Salem, 

Clinton Female Institute, Clinton, 

Roanoke Literary Society, Weldon, 

Young Mens Christian Association, Wilmington, 

Library Association, Wihin'ngton, 

Kittrells Springs Female College, iKittrells, 

Holston Con. Female College, ] Asheville, 



Davenport Female College,. 

Scientific Academy, 

500 Sunday School Libraries aggregate^ 



Lenoir, 
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Eepresentatives. 

STATES. VOTES. 

Alabama, 6 

Arkansas, 3 

California 3 

Conneclicut, 4 

Delaware, 1 

Elorida, 1 

Georgia, 7 

Illinois, 14 

Indiana, 11 

Iowa, 6 

Kansas, 1 

Kenluck}', 9 

Louisiana, 5 

JMaine, 5 

Maryland, 5 

Massachusetts, 10 

Mictii£;an, 6 

Minnesota, 2 

Mississippi, 5 

Missouri, 9 

Nebraska, 1 

Nevada, 1 

New Hampshire,. . . 3 

New Jersey, 5 

New York, 31 

North Carolina,. ... 7 

Ohio, 19 

Oregon, 1 

Pennsylvania, .... 34 

Rhode Island, 2 

South Carolina, .... 4 

Tennessee, 8 

Texas, 4 

Vermont, 3 

Virginia, 8 

West Virginia, 3 

Wisconsin, 6 

Total, (including 
all the States,).. 253 



mnk LIFE IKSUEAKCi (CO., Halelgli, ^. C. 

W. H. CROW, Gen. Ag"t. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



SOI 



POSTAGE. 



FORTS AND CEMETERIES. 



Scale of Depreciation of Confederate Currency 






MONTHS. 


1861. 


1862. 


1863. 


1864. 


1866. 


January 




$ 1 20$ 3 00 


$21 00 
21 00 
23 00 

20 00 
19 00 
18 00 

21 00 
23 00 

25 00 

26 00 
30 00 


$50 00 


February, 




1 80 
1 60 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 

1 50 

2 00 
2 00 
2 50 
2 50 


8 00 

4 00 

5 00 

5 50 

6 50 

9 00 
14 00 
14 00 

14 00 

15 00 
20 00 


50 00 


March 




60 00 


April, 




100 00 


May, 






June, 






July, 






A ugust, 







September, , 






October, 






November, 


e 1 10 

1 15 




December, f, 




December 1st to 10th, inclusive, 




34 00 
42 00 
49 00 




" 10th to 20th, 




" 20 to 81st, 





Rates of Postag^e, 

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. ( 

On 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 carrier's 
fee for delivery. 

Printed books, in one package, to one 
address, 4 cents for each four ounces or 
fraction thereof. 

Circulars, unsealed, not exceeding three 
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, ma{)S, engravings, blanks, patterns, 
envelopes and photographs, contained in 
one package, to one address, 2 cents for 
each 4 ounces of fraction thereof. 

FOREIOIT. 

On letters to Great Britain and Ireland, 
single rate 24 cents, prepayment optional. 



To the German States, by Prussian 
Closed Mail, smgle rate, 80 cents ; prepaid, 
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 North American Pro- 
vinces, not over 3,000 miles, 10 cents per 
half ounce ; over 8,000 miles, 15 cents per 
half ounce. Prepayment optional, except 
to New Foundland. 



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 New Berne, 



One in Goldboros, 
One in Wilmington, 



Cnited States Cemeteries. 



One in New Berne, 
One in Wilmington, 



One in Raleigh, 
One in Saulisburyi 



JARRETT'S HOTEL, Petersburg, Ya., 

25 



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202 



KORTH CAROLmA 



MASONIC 



LODGES. 



Subordinate Lodges Working under the Jurisdiction of the Grand 
Lodge of North Carolina. 



St. John's 

Royal White Hert, 

S. John's 

Charity, 

Unanimity, 

Phoenix, 

Johnston Caswell, 

American George, 

Phalanx, 

Stokes, 

Wm. R. Davie, 

Hiram, 

Liberty, 

King Solomon, 

Concord, 

Perseverance, 

Kilwinning, 

Eagle, 

Widow's Son, 

Greensboro', 

Zion, 

Mount Moriah, 

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, 



10 
17 
31 
32 
37 
40 
45 
56 
58 

5y 

64 

71 

75 

76 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

88 

90 

91 

92 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

101 

102 

103 

104 

106 

107 

108 



POST-OFFICB. 



Wilmington, 

Halifiax, 

New Berne, 

Windsor, 

Edenton, 

Fayetteville, 

Warrenton, 

Murfreesboro', 

Charlotte, 

Concord, 

Lexington, 

Raleigh, 

Wilkesboro', 

Jackson, 

Tarboro', 

Plymouth, 

Wadesboro', 

Hillsboro, 

Camden C. H., 

Greensboro', 

Trenton, 

Statesville, 

Jacksonville, 

Smithfleld, 

Nashville, 

Enfield, 

Williamston, 

Rutherfordton, 

Stantonsburg, 

Hookerton, Greene, 

Kinston, 

Dunnsville, Wake, 

Clinton, 

Salisbury, 

Kenansville, 

Pittsboro', 

Elizabeth City, 

Washington, 

Hertford, 

Yanceyville, 

Bear Swamp, Duplin 



W. MASTEBS. 



109! Beaufort, 



Wentworth, 
Goldsboro', 
Roxboro, 
Lumberton, 
Holly Springs, 
Wilson, 
Asheville, 
Jamestown, 
Oxford, 
123iFranklinton, 
124iLouisburg, 
125 1 Newton Grove, 
126|Gatesville, 



111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
117 
118 
121 
122 



H. H. Munson, 
James M. Grizzard^ 
T. C. Roberts, 
William P. Gurley, 
John Thompson, 
W. R. Hardie, 

E. H. Plummer, 
L. W. Rolfe, 

S. L. Riddle. 
Wm. A. Patterson, 
W. D. Meacham, 
D. W. Bain, 
Wm. Emmerson, 
Wm. Grant, 
Donald Williams, 
N. D. Norman, 
Bej. D. Kendall, 

C. E. Parish, 
T. Palmer, 

S. C. Dodson, 
S. E. Koonce, 
W. M. Campbell, 
Elijah Murrell, 
S. P. Horton, 
R. H. Sorsby, 

W. H. Carsterphen 
J. L. Rucker, 

F. M. Moye, 
J. Q. Jackson, 
S. H. Rountree, 

G. W. Norwood, 
Rev. H. McAlpin, 
L. M. Davis, 

J. D. Southerland, 
W. L. London, 
R. K. Speed, 
Wm. A. Potts, 
Ervin Brace, 
H. F. Brandon, 
J. W. Blount, 

D. P. Whitney, 

Nathan Adams, 
Wm. H. Smith, 
R. W. Norment, 
James T. Adams, 
L. D. Farmer, 
T. D. Johnson, 
S. T. Pickens, 
L. C. Taylor, 
W. H. Mitchell, 
Ellis Malone, 
S. W. Blackman, 
H. C. Williams. 



SECBETARIES. 



W. M. Poisson, 
John T. Gregory, 
L. H. Roberts, 
Ric W. Askew, 
W. R. Skinner, 

A. M. Campbell, 
J. M. Waddill, 
W. E. Pool, 

W. D. Stone, 
T. M. Henderson, 
L. C. Hanes, 
J. C. Marcom, 
J. B. Stinson, 
F. M. Bpivey, 
R. S. Sugg, 
R. S. Goelet, 
R. B. Horton, 
W. G. Turrentine, 
P. G. Morrisett, 
F. B. Maurice, 
J. Kinsey, 
P. C. Carlton, 
Z. M. Coston, 
E. S. Parker, 
J. J. Q. Taylor, 

W. G. Lamb, 
J, B. Carpenter, 
W. E. Yelverton, 
Dr. F. M. Rountree, 
S. B. West, 
J. H. Bell, 
Amos Royal, 
L. V. Brown, 

D. Mallard, 
J. Thompson, 
Wm. Glover. 

E. S. Hoyt, 

Dr. Shannonhiuse, 
L. L. M. Tolteu, 
R. R. Bell, 
W. C. King, 

W. E. Dulin, 
J. W. Hunt, 
W. B. Blake, 
W. H. Stiii.M.n, 
Geo. W. Bluul, 
J. M. Israel, 
James Palmer, 
J. M. Mathews, 
S. F. Ellis, 

B. P. Clifton, 
A. Lee, 

T. C. Cross, 



JAMETT'S HOTEL, Petersburg, Ya., 

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203 



MASONIC 



LODGES. 



IfAME.' 


NO. 


POST-OFFICE. 


W. MASTERS. 


SECRETARIES. 


Blackmer, 


127 


Clark's Creek, 


E. J. Lilly, 


C. C. Wade, 


Hanks, 


128 


Franklinsville, 


J. M. Odell, 


VV. H. Ragan, 


Dan River, 


129 


Madison, 


B. F. Foy, 


R. N. Scales, 


CoDoho, 


131 


Hamilton, 


J. A. Daniel, 


T. E. Derden, 


Radiance, 


132 


Snow Hill, 


D. A. Sugg, 


D. A. Spivey, 


Alamance, 


133 


Graham, 


Wm. A. Albright, 


C. C. Cheek, 


Mocks ville, 


134 


Mocksville, 


A. A. Harbin, 


J. M. Johnson, 


Black Rock, 


135 


Black Rock, 


T. 0. Brown, 


E. P. Lenon, 


Leaksville, 


136 


Leaksville, 


T. W. Field, 


B. J. Field, 


Lincoln, 


187 


Liucolnton, 


David Schenck, 


Wm. Tiddy, 


King Solomon, 


138 


Long, Creek, 


S. H. Bell, 


W. S. Larkins, 


Moant Energy, 


140 


Tranquility, 


R. H. D. Bullock, 


J. B. Floyd, 


Carolina, 


141 


Ansonville, 


W. A. Smith, 


R. J. Mebane, 


Cane Creek, 


142 


Snow Camp, 


N. Stout, 


John G. Fowler, 


Mount Vernon, 


143 


Qolston, Chatham, 


R. B. Paschal], 


W. H. Ellis, 


Taylor, 


l44 


Belle Voir, 






Junaluskee, 


145 


Franklin, 


John M. Lyie, 


R. C. Slagle, 


Cherokee, 


146 


Murphy, 


M.C.King, 


W. J. Coeken, 


Palmyra, 


147 


Averasboro', 


Anson Parker, 


W. S. Stewart, 


Adoniram, 


149 


Young's X Roads, 


J. F. Clack, 


B. T. Winston, 


Pee Dee, 


I50 


Norwood's Store, 






Chalmers, 


I5I 


Carbonton, 


R. A. Stewart, 


A, McLeod, 


Mount Carmel, 


I58 


Scott's Hill, 






iScotch Ireland, 


I54 


Rowan Mills, 


J. P. Marlin, 


T. C. Watson, 


White Stone, 


I55 


Wakefield, Wake co. 


M. Whitley, 


W. B. Chamblee, 


Kolesville, 


l56 


Rolesville, Wake co. 


J. R. Jeffreys, 


.Jasper Fleming, 


Mount Pleasant, 


157 


Roger's Store, 


Dudley Peed, 


D. K. Moore, 


Knap of Reeds, 


158 


Knap of Reeds, 


John Fleming, 


F. J. Tilley, 


Rocky River, 


I59 


Mud Lick, Chatham, 






Beaumont, 


l60 


Beaumont, 


H. H. Fike, 


C. H. Womble, 


Rock Rest, 


161 


Hadley's Mills, 


W. C. Mann, 


W. C. Hadley, 


Yadkin, 


l62 


Yadkinsville, 


Jno. G. Marler, 


T. C. Hauser, 


Deep River, 


164 


Foust's Mills, 


J. S. Bray, 


S. W. Cheek, 


Archer, 


l65 Creech ville. 


Jos. Blake, 


D. R. Barnes, 


Saint Paul's, 


l66 Beatty's Bridge, 


A. M. Colvin, 


C. Shaw, 


Winston, 


1 67 Winston, 


M. J. Rodenhamer, 


Geo. M. Mathes, 


Pleasant Hill, 


l68 Patterson's Store, 


W. Patterson, 


Wm. M. Thime, 


Blackmer, 


170 


Reem's Creek, 


J. R. Weaver, 


B. W. Woodard, 


Delk, 


171 


Colerain, Bertie, 


Etherton Wilson, 


J. W. Sessoins, 


Buffaloe, 


172 


Buffaloe, Moore, 


Jno. D. Mclver, 


John M. Die, 


Union, 


173 


Kernersville, 


A. D. Lindsay, 


N. W. Sapp, 


Geo. Washington, 


174 


Lasater's ><! Roads, 


C. R. Scott, 


R. C. Council, 


PoUocksville, 


175 PoUocksville, 






Mecklenburg, 


176 Davidson College, 


S. M. Lowrie, 


J. M. Potts. 


Marlboro, 


177 Marlboro', Pitt, 






Siloara, 


ns'llarrel's Store, 


Owen Fennell, 


A. G. Caldwell, 


La Fayette, 


179 Leasburg, 


Geo. W. Thompson, 


John L. Stan fie Id, 


Caldwell, 


180 Chapel Hill, 


Manuel Fetter, 


A. Mickle, 


Carthage, 


181! Carthage, 


A. R. McDonald, 


J. F. McDonald, 


Townesville, 


182 Townesville, 


J. R. Duty, 


H. B. Estes, 


Centre Grove, 


183 Summerfield, 


P. G. W. Walker, 


J. W. Winchester, 


Jordan, 


184 Reynoldson, 


J. T. Howell, 


A. Edwards, 


Sandy Creek, 


185: Laurel, Franklin, 


D, Wester, 


E. T. Swanson, 


Pine Forest, 


186, Harrington, 


G. McDougald, 


J. McL. Harrington 


Central Cross, 


187 Peach Tree Grove, 


W. A. Moore, 


J. J. Bowden, 


Balfour, 


188 Ashboro', 


M. S. Pulins, 


J. M. Hancock, 


Fair Bluff, 


190, Fair Bluff, 


J. Q. Smith, 


E. D. Meares, 


Granite, 


191 Clayton, 


H. P. Guess, 


J. M. White, 


Burnsville, 


192i Burnsville, 


J. G. Parrott, 


R. R. Hansley, 


Cape Fear, 


194 


Elizabeth town, 


J. P. Listle, 


R. S. Gillespie, 



A. A. McRETHAi^ & SONS, Fayetfeville, 

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204 



NORTH CAROLINA 



MASONIC 



LODGES. 



NAME. 


No. 


POST OFFICES. 


W. MASTERS. 


SECRETARIES. 


Mount Olivet, 


195 


Brewer's Mills, 


G. L. Spinks, 


T. B. Tyson, 


Falkland, 


196 


Falkland, Pitt, 


W. M. King, 


P. H. Mayo, 


Cherokeo, 


197 


Grogansville, 


J. M. Grogan, 


J. A. Price, 


Gary, 


198 


Gary, Wake, 


W. J. Holleman, 


W. M. Sorrell, 


High Point, 


199 


High Point, 


W. P. Puah, 


W. C. Denny, 


Pisgah, 


200 


Hendersouville, 


G. S. Jones, 


D. Stradley, 


Eagle Rock, 


201 


Eagle Rock, 


T. H. Avera, 


L. W. Hood, 


Cleveland, 


202 


Shelby, 


R. B. Price, 


J. C. Qidney, 


Roanoke, 


203 


Weldon, 


James Johnson, 


J. T. Evans, 


Berea, 


204 


Berea, 


W. T. Allen, 


G. D. Clement, 


Long Creek, 


205 


Hopewell, 


John N. Blythe, 


D. F. Dixon, 


Mingo, 


206 


Draughn's Store, 


Joel Jackson, 


Wm. Daughtry, 


Lebanon, 


207 


Whiteville, 


W. J. Stanly, 


J. S. Frink, 


Mount Olive, 


208 


Mount Olive, 


E. J. Hines, 


J. B. Oliver, 


New Salem, 


209 


New Salem, 


Jas. E. Walker, 


A. Greyson, 


Enoe, 


210 


Durham's, 


W. J. H. Durham, 


L. Nichols, 


Ashland, 


211 


Mount Airy, 


T. W. Prather, 


J. W. Rawley, 


Industrial, 


212 


Company Shops, 


J. C. Holt, 


Thos. Tate, 


Crane's Creek, 


213 


Crane's Creek, 


Jno. McNeill, 


D. D. Ferguson, 


Richland, 


214 


Thomasville, 


R. W. Thomas, 


John D. Paylor, 


Nev? Light, 


215 


New Light, 


E. Grissom, 


D. C. Bailey, 


Catawba Valley, 


217 


Morganton, 


J. M. Happoldt, 


J. F. Patterson, 


Wm. G. Hill, 


218 


Raleigh, 


J. B. Neathery, 


J. H. Alford, 


Jefferson, 


219 


Jefferson, 


J. W. Todd, 


Q. F. Neal, P. M., 


Stokesburg, 


220 


Walnut Cove, 


A. Fulton, 


R. H. Massey, 


Webster, 


222 


Elevation, 


B. A. Woodall, 


A. Dixon, 


Tabernacle, 


223 


Gilmer's Store, 


N. A. Hanner, 


W. D. Hardin, 


County Line, 


224 


County Line, Davie, 


J. M. Turner, 


John Anderson, 


Haw River, 


225 


Summerfield, 


J. S. Brown, 


W. W. Ragsdale, 


Wilson, 


226 


Olin, 


P. Tomlin, 


H. A. Mowbray, 


Jonesville, 


227 


Jonesville, 


C. L. Cook, 


P. A. Miller, 


McOormick, 


228 


Jones boro, 


J. 0. A. Kelly, 


E. R. Patridge, 


Henderson, 


229 


Henderson, 


Wm. T. Cheatham, 


W, W. Young, 


Corinthian, 


230 


Rocky Mount, 


H. R. Thorp, 


S. M. Williams, 


William T. Bain, 


231 


Holland's, 


S. M. Utley, 


S. M. Williams, 


Gunter, 


232 


Haywood, 


Wm. S. Gunter, 


B. J. Howze, 


Lenoir, 


233 


Mosely Hall, 


G. A. Whitford, 


W. A. Whitted, 


Anchor, 


234 


Auburn, 


G. H. Faribault, 


Stinson Ivey, 


(/okesbury. 


235 


Chalk Level, 


M. V. Prince, 


W. A. Prince, 


Mount Zion, 


236 


St. Lawrence, 


Wm. Lineberry, 


G. Kirkham, 


Mystic Tye, 


237 


Marion, 


J. M. Neal, 


Joseph G. Neal, 


Atlantic, 


238 


Currituck C. H., 


W. S. Mercer, 


S. C. Seymour, 


Nahunta, 


239 


Nahunta, Wayne, 


J. B. Person, 


J. J. Barden, 


Wiccacon, 


240 


Plarrellsville, 


J. M. C. Luke, 


S. M. Rumack, 


Oscilla, 


241 


Tally Ho, 


J. W. Booth, 


W. Meadows, 


Loch Lomond, 


242 


Floral College, 


W. H. McLauiin, 


Jas. S. McQueen, 


Rountree, 


243 


Contentnea Neck, 


H. S. Lee, 


J. L. Cannaday, 


Monroe, 


244 


Monroe, 


W. H. Fitzgerald, 


T. D. Winchester, 


New Berne, 


245 


New Berne, 


John Farr, jr., 


H. H. Hitchcock, 


Elmwood, 


246 


Greensboro', 


R. M. Sloan, jr., 


R. P. Troy, 


Mount Hermon, 


247 


Curtis' Mills, 


Alfred Isley, 


John L. Moser, 


Catawba, 


248 


Newton, 


S. M. Finger, 


L. Fry, 


Pythagoras, 


249 


Smithville, 


S. D. Thurston, 


R. T. Foley, 


Shiloh, 


25o 


Williamsboro,' 


W. D. Marrow, 


W. M. Tauer, 


Rockford, 


251 


Rockford, 


Abram Weaver, 


W. M. Norman, 


Holly Grove, 


252 


Holly Grove, 


R. E. Parker, 


Thos. Parker, 


Lee, 


253 


Taylorsville, 


H. T. Burke, 


J. R. Wilson, 


Mount Bethel, 


254 


Lomaxville, 


Thos. Case, 


H. P. Lomax, 



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MASONIC 



LODGES. 




Address of Grand Officers for 1869. 
Robt. B. Vance, Grand Master, Asheville, 
Ellis Malone, M. D., Deputj' Grand Master, 

Louisburg, 
Joseph B. Batchelor, Senior Grand War- 
den, Raleigh, 
Samuel H. Rountree, Junior Grand War- 
den, Kinston, 
W. E. Anderson, Grand Treasurer, Raleigh, 
Donald W. Bain, Grand Secretary, Raleigh, 
Rev. T. H. Pritchard, D. D., Grand Chap- 
lain, Raleigh, 
F. C. Roberts, Senior Grand Deacon, New 

Berne, 
Alex. S. Heide, Junior Grand Deacon, 
W. H. Malone, Grand Marshall, Lenoir, 
Fenton G. Foster, Grand Sword Bearer, 

Wakefield, 
John M. Long, Grand Pursuivant, Concord, 
James M. Long, Grand Tyler, Raleigh. 

DEPUTY CUSTODIANS OF THE WORK. 

Robt. W. Best, Raleigh 

Samuel H. Rountree, Kinston 

Henry L. Lee, Kinston 

COMMITTEE ON MASONIC JURISFRUDENCE. 

Dr. W. G. Hill Raleigh 

J. B. Batchelor, Raleigh 

John Nichols, Raleigh 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE, 

R. C. Badger, Raleigh 

D. W. Bain, Raleigh 

R. W. York, Raleigh 



COMMITTEE ON BY-LAWS OF SUBORDINATE 
LODGES. 

R. C. Badger, Raleigh 

J. B. Nealhery , Raleigh 

J. H. Mills, Raleigh 



ilumbcr of Pounds to a Busbel. 

Founds. 

Of Wheat, 60 

Of Shelled Corn, 56 

Of Corn on the cob, 70 

Of Rye, 56 

Of Oats, 36 

Of Barley, 40 

Of Potatoes, 60 

Of Bran, 20 

Of Clover Seed, 60 

Of Timothy Seed, 45 

Of Flax Seed 45 

Of Hemp Seed, 44 

Of Buckwheat 52 

Of Blue Gra.-.s, 14 

Of Castor Beans 46 

Of Dried Peaches, 3-3 

Of Dried Aliples, 24 

Of Onions, 57 

Of Salt, 50 

Of Ground Peas, 28 

Of Dried Peas, 60 

Of Corn Meal, 46 



mns. LIFE I^SURA^CE CO., Raleigh, N. C, 

W. H. CEOW, Gen. Ag't. 



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RAILROADS. 



RAILROADS. 



Atlantic and North Carolina R. E. 



Ed. R. Stanley, President, 
A. H. Foster, Superintendent, of Trans., 
Thomas Powers, Secretarj^ and Treasurer, 
W. G. Hall, General Ticket Agent. 

DIRECTHRS. 



On part of Stockholders- 
B. F. Parrott, 
Julius A. Gray, 
Isaac Ramsey, 
A. J. Hubbard, 



On part of State. 
E. R. Stanley, 
R. W. King, 
C. R. Thomas, 
W. B. Duncan, 
W. P. Grimsley, 
A. C. Davis, 
Walter Dunn, 
R. F. Lehman, 

C. L. Harris, State Proxy. 
Capital Stock, $1,600,000, of which the 
State owns two-thirds. 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 



Miles 

Dover 60 

Kinston 69 

Falling Creek 75 

Moselv Hall 81 

Best .' 86 

Goldsboro 95 



Miles 
Morehead City. .0 

Newport 10 

Havelock 18 

Croatan 25 

Newbern 36 

Tuscarora 47 

Core Creek 55 j 

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. 



Atlantic, Tenn, & Ohio Railroad, 

42 miles long, extends from Charlotte to 
Statesville. The iron was taken off by 
the Government, during the war and not 
yet replaced. President Wm. Johnston. 



Chatham Eailroad Company. 

The Chatham Railroad, not yet com- 
pleted, extends from Raleigh, to Gulph in 
Chatham county, 46 miles, and connects 
with the North Carolina Central at Carey, 
near Raleigh, and at Egypt with the Wes- 
tern Railroad from Fayetteville, and is de- 
signed to connect also with the Cheraw 
and Coalfields Railroad. The ultimate 
object being to extend the Road to Col- 



umbia, S. C. Twenty-two miles of the 
Road already graded and 12 miles of track 
laid. 



W. J. Hawkins, President. 

W. W. Vass, Secretary and Treasurer. 



DIRECTORS. 



S. S. Royster, 
Dr. W. J. Hawkins, 
C. H. K. Taylor, 
George Little, 



Geo. W. Mordecai, 
J. B. Batchelor, 
J. B. Littlejohn, 



Charlotte & South Carolina E. R. 



Wm. Johnston, Presid't., Charlotte, N. C, 

C. Bouknight, Supt., Columbia, S. C. 

Chas. H. Manson, Sec. andTreas., Colum- 
bia, S. C. 

E. R. Dorsey, Gen'l. Freight and Ticket 
Agent, Columbia, S. C. 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 





3Iiles 




Miles 


Charlotte, 





White Oak, 


64 


Morrow's, 


11 


Adger's, 


67 


Fort Mills, 


18 


Winnsboro', 


72 


Rock Hill, 


26 


Simpson's, 


77 


Smith's, 


85 


Ridgeway, 


83 


Lewis', 


38 


Doko, 


90 


Chester, 


45 


Killion's, 


97 


Cornwell'a, 


53 


Columbia, 


108 


Blackstock's, 


57 


Junction, 


110 


Yongue's 


60 






Twelve miles of t 


his road is in 


North 


Carolina. 








Connects with Co 


umbia Branch of S. 



C. R. R., at Junction. 

Connects with Greenville and Columbia, 
and Spartanburg and Union Railroads at 
Columbia. 

Connects with North Carolina R. R., 
and Wilmington, Charlotte and Ruther- 
ford R. R., at Charlotte. 



Petersburg and Weldon E. E. 

OFFICERS. 

C. P. Collier, President, Petersburg. 
R. B. Pegrara, Superintendent. 

W. H. Browne, Gen. Ticket Agent. 

D. P. Potts, Treasurer, 

Reubin Anderson, Master Machinist. 
Lanier, Road Master. 



mim LIFE I31SIRAKCE CO., Raleigh, N. C. 



W. H. CROW, Gen. Ag't. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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RAILROADS. 



RAILROADS. 



STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 



Miles 
Weldon, 

Garysburg, 10 

Pleasant Hill 14 
*Hicksfoi(l Junct,21 
Jarratt's, 34 

Stony Creek, 42 
Ream's, &4 

Petersburg, 64 



*Gaston Branch 
— Trains run be- 
tween Hicksford 
Junction and Gas- 
ton, N. C, connect- 
ing at Gaston with 
the Raleigh and 
Gaston Road. 



Connects with the Wilmington and Wel- 
don, Seaboard and Roanoke, and Raleigh 
and Gaston, at Weldon, 

Connects with the Richmond and 
Petersburg, and Petersburg and Norfolk, 
and South Side Eoads, at Petersburg, Va. 



North Carolina Railroad. 

OFFICERS. 

Wm. A. Smith, President. 

Albert Johnson, Chief Engineer & Supt. 

G. M. Lea, Treasurer, 

F. A. Stags, Secretary. 

Dr. T. W. Yonng, General Ticket Agent. 

DIRECTORS. 



On part of S:oclchoIdcrs. 
Thomas Webb, 
J. L. Morehead, 
D. A. Davis, 
W. A. Caldwell, 



On part of State. 

W. A. Smith, 

G. W. Welker, 

Silas Burns, 

John McDonald, 

William Sloan, 

John R. Harrison, j 

Henderson Adams, I 

W. F. Henderson, | 

C. L. Harris, State Prosy, 

Caintal stock of which the State 

own $3,000,000. 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 





Miles 




Miles 


Charlotte, 





Graf jam, 


2 


Harrisburg, 


13 


Haw River, 


o 


Concord, 


8 


Mebane's, 


6 


China Grove, 


13 


Hillsboro', 


10 


Salisbury, 


9 


University Sta'n, 5 


Holtsburg, 


8 


Durham's, 


9 


Lexington, 


o 


Morrisville, 


13 


Thomasville, 


11 


Raleigli, 


12 


Hish Point, 


7 


Htallines, 


15 


Jamestown, 


5 


Smithfield, 


12 


Greensboro', 


10 


Boon Hill, 


10 


McLean's, 


8 


Goldsboro', 


15 


Gil)sonville, 


t 






Company Shops 


7 


Total No. of 


m, 223 



Connects at Charlotte with the Char- 
lotte and South Carolina Railroad ; 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 the Wilmington and Wel- 
don, and the Atlantic and North Carolina 
Railroads. 



Raleigh and Gaston Railroad. 

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, 
Geo. Little, Dr. Wm. J. Hawkins. 

C. H. K. Taylor, S. S. Royster, 
J. B. Batchelor. 

iiuthorized Capital Stock, $1,500,000 

Reserved Stock, 16,000 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 

Miles. 

Raleigh, 

Mill Brook, '.'.'.'..'.'.'. 6 

Huntsvllle, 10 

Wake, WW 15 

Franklinton, 27 

Kittrell's, \',\ 86 

Henderson, 43 

.Junction, 53 

Ridgeway, 56 

Warrenion, 61 

Macon, 65 

Littleton, 76 

Gaston, 85 

Weldon, 97 

This Road extends from Raleigh to 
Weldon, 97 miles, and connects at Raleigh, 
with the N. C. Railroad, and at Wel- 
don with the Petersburg and Weldon, 
the Seaboard and Roanoke, and the Wil- 
mington and Weldon Railroads. 



The Tarboro Branch Eailroad. 

Is an adjunct of the Wilmington and 
Weldon Railroad, from Rocky Mount to 
Tarboro, 16 miles, and is nnder the con- 
trol of that company. 



Buy your Medicines of P. F. PESCID & SOi\, 

KAXEIGH, N. C. 

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RAILROADS. 



RAILROADS. 



Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad. 



John M. Robinson, President and General 

Superintendent. 
John T. Hill, Treasurer. 
Enoch G. Ghio, Supt. Transportation. 
J. B. Pendleton, Supt. Machinery. 
S. T. Hand, Superiniendent of Bridges. 

DIRECTOKS. 

Moncure Robinson, iGeo. B. Vickers, 
W. L. Savage, Richard Walke, 

Nalbro Frazier, Ijudge D. A. Barnes. 

STATIOKS AND DIBTAKCE8. 



Miles 




Mild. 


Weldon, 0|Newsoms, 


30 


Seaboard, 10 


Franklin, 


43 


Margarettsville, 17 


Carsville, 


49 


Branchville, 23 


Suffolk, 


63 


Boykin'B, 26 


Portsmouth, 


80 


CONNE( 


3TION8. 





1. At Weldon with the Petersburg and 
Weidon, Raleigh and Gaston, and Wil- 
mington and Weldon Roads. 

2. At Franklin with steamer to Ply- 
mouth, and at Portsmouth with Northern 
steamers. 

l^'Only a small portion of this road is 
in North Carolina. 



Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford 
Rdilroad. 



Eobt. H. Cowan, President, Wilmington. 
Wm. J. Everett, Engineer and General 

Superintendent. 
W. H. Allen, Master Transportation and 

Freight Agent, Wilmington. 
Wm. R. French, Freight Agent. 
W. A. Gill, Master Machinist. 
1. T. Alderman, Secretary and Treasurer, 

Laurinburg. 
B. S. Guion, Superintendent Western 

Division, Lincolnton. 
V. A. McBee, Treasurer Western Division, 

Lincolnton. 

DIRBCTORS. 



John D. Taylor, 
Robt. H. Cowan, 
John A. McDowell, 
8. W. Cole, 
J. M. Hutchison, 
A G. Logan, 
Samuel J. Person, 



H. W. Guion, 
Walter L. Steele, 
S. H. Walkup, 
C. C. Henderson, 
A. R. Homesly, 
R. S. French. 



STATI0K8 AND D1STANCB8 OB BABTBKIf 



Wilmington, 
Riverside, (by 

Boat,) 
North West, 
Marlville, 
Rosindale, 
Brown Marsh, 
Bladenboio, 
Lumbertou, 



DIVISION. 

Miles. ! 

Moss Neck, 
I Red Banks, 

5 Shoe Heel, 
15 Laurinburg, 
26 Laurel Hill, 
38iSand Hill, 
46 Rockingham, 
54 Pee Dee, 
68 i 



Miles. 

76 

84 

89 

95 

101 

110 

117 

122 



STATIONS AND DISTANCES ON WESTBBK 
DIVISION. 

Miles. I Miles. 

Charlotte, o|Sharon, 26 

Tuckasegee, 12|Lincoluton, 33 

Brevard's, 20|Cherryville, 44 

From Pee Dee to Charlotte, and also 
beyond Cherryville, the road is only in 
progress. 

The Western Division is completed to 
Cherryville, about 44 miles from Charlotte. 

A connecting branch of this road is 
proposed, either from Lincolnton to New- 
ton, 15 miles, or to Hickory Station, 25 
miles, on the Western N. C. R. R. 



Piedmont Railroad. 

This Road extends from Greensboro, 
N. C, to Danville, Va., 48 miles, and is 
now a part of the Richmond and Dan- 
ville Road. 



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, 83 


Morehead, 


8 


Pelham, 39 


Benaja, 


15 


Danville, 48 


Reidsville. 


24 




Connects with 


the N. C. Central Rail- 


road at Greensboro'. 



Wilmington and WcMan Railroad. 

OFFICERS. 

Hon. R. R. Bridgers. Presidents 
S. L. Freemont, Engineer and Supt. 
j! W. Thompson, Sec. and Treas. 
Wm. M. Poisson, General Ticket Agent 
and Clerk. 



Insure your Life and Property in PESCID'S Agency, 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



211 



KAILROADS. 



RAILROADS. 



Wm. Smith, Sup. of Transportation. 

G. L. Dudley, General Freight Agent, and 

Auditor. 
W. S. McRae, Store Keeper. 
John F. Divine, Master ]\Iachanic. 
John Crone, Road Master. 

DIEECT0E8. 



Ed. Kidder, 

Dr. ThoB. D. Hoj-g, 

John Norfleet, 

Eli 3Iurray, 

A. H. VanBokkelen, 

W. D. Faircloth, 



Piatt Dickinson, 
Stephen D. Wallace, 
William A. Wright, 
Alfred Martin, 
John Everett, 



STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 

Miles. 



Miles. 



Wilmington, 
North East, 
Marlboro, 
Rocky Point, 
Asheboro', 
Burgaw, 



Oj Dudley, 75 

9lGoldsboro', 84 

niNahunta, 95 

14 Black Creek, 102 
17|Wilson, 108 

22'.Joyner's, 116 

South Wash'gton, 29 Rocky Mount, 125 
Leesburg, 33 Baltleboro', 133 

Teacheyj 38|Whitaker's, 137 

Magnolia, 48 Enfield, 143 

Warsaw, 55, Halifax, 153 

Faison's, 63!Weldon, 162 

Mt. Olive, 70| 

Connects at Wilmington with Wilming- 
ton and Manchester Railroad, Wimington, 
Charlotte and Rutherford Road and the 
Boats on Cape Fear River, also, with 
Ocean Steamers ; at Goldsboro' with At- 
lantic and North Carolina Railroad, and 
North Carolina, R. R ; at Weldon with 
Petersburg & Weldon and Seaboard 
and Roanoke Roads, the latter connect- 
ing at Portsmouth with Northern Stea- 
mers. 



Rail Road Bridge Company. 

This Bridge extends across North East 
River, a point of land, and then across Cape 
Fear just above Wilmington — cost about 
600,000 dollaas, and is owned one half by 
W. C. & R. Rail Road,fone fourth each by 
Wilmington & Weldon, and W. & M. R. li. 
R. R. Bridgers, President. 
W. H. McDowell, Sup. Construction. 
S. D. Wallace, Sec. and Treasurer. 
W. Bollman, Contractor. 

Wilmingion & Mancbester Railroad. 

OFFICERS. 

John A. Taylor, President. 

Gen. Wm. McRea, Gen. Superintendent. 

Wm. A. Walker, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Thos. B. Lippitt, Gen. Freight Agent. 
John R. Latty, Ticket Agent. 
John Q. Green, Yard Master. 
Geo. C. Hall, Receiver. 



DIRECTORS. 



Jas. G. Burr, 
A. J. DeRossett, 
John Dawson, 
C. Graham, 
Wm. Evans, 



J. Eli Gregg, 
David S. Cowan, 
H. B. Short, 
J. S. Bartlett, 
W. S. MulHns, 



STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 



Wilmington, 
Fleniington 
Whiteville, 
Fair Blutf, 
Nichols, 
MuHins, 
Marion, 
Pee Dee, 



Miles, 

OiMar's Bluff, 
34 Florence, 
44]Timmonsville, 
63iLynchburg, 
72JMaye8ville, 
78 Sumpter, 
86iMancbester, 
94iKingsville, 



Miltt. 
101 
107 
119 
127 
137 
146 
157 
171 



Connects at Wilminuton with the Wil- 
mington and Weldon Road, Charlotte and 
Rutherford Road, Cape Fear boats for 
Fayelteville, and Ocean Steamers. 

Connects at Florence with the North 
Eastern Road for Charleston. 

Connects at Kingsville with the South 
Carolina Road. 



Western Railroad. 

OFFICERS. 

A. J. Jones, President. 

Jehu H. Davis, Treasurer. 

A. H. Thornton, Sec. and Gen'l Agent. 

DIRECTORS. 

A. J. Jones, Jehu H. Davis, 

Jas. S. Harrington, Joel Ashworth, 

John A. McDonald, iJ. H. Byrnes. 

W, B. Richardson, | 

Capital Stock, §2,930,000 

State Stock, 2,600,000 

Individual, 330,000 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 

Milcs.\ Miles, 

Fayetteville, Swan's 30 

Little River, 12 Jonesboro, 36 

Spout Spring, 20'Egypt, 43 

This Road is completed to Egypt, 43 
miles. The Road is chartered to connect 
with the N. C. Road between Greensboro 
and Salisbury. 



Eastern Division Western N. C. R. R. 

OFFICERS. 

Dr. J. J. Mott, President. 

S. McD. Tate, Supt. and Financial Ag't. 



Buy your Medicines of P. F. PESCUD & SOi\, 

RALEIGH. N. C. 



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RAIBROADS. 



NAVIGATION. 



H. C. Cowles, Act'g Sect'y and Treas. 
E. H. Marsh, Master Mechanic. 



On part of the State. \on part Stockholders. 



Hon. Z. B. Vance, 
Dr. J. C. McDowell, 
A. S. Merrimon, 
S. McD. Tate. 



J. J. Mott, 
T. R. Caldwell, 
C. J. Cowles, 
W. H. Howerton 
J. L. Henry, 
W. G. Candler, 
J. W. Bowman, 

C. L. Harriss, State Proxy. 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 

Miles., Miles. 



Salisbury, 
Tank, 

Third Creek, 
Btatesville, 
Piatt's, 



Oj Catawba, 38 

6|Newton, 50 

13 Hickory Tavern, 60 

25Icard, 70 

SSlMorganton, 78 



(The Road is under contract to Ashe- 
ville.) 

Connects at Salisbury with through 
trains on the North Carolina Railroad. 

Connects at Statesville with the 
Atlantic, Tenn., and Ohio R. R. (This 
Road has not been running since the 
war.) 



Western Division Western W. C. R. R. 

OFFICERS. 

Q. W. Swepson, President, 
J. C. Turner, Chief Engineer. 
Q. M. Roberts, Treasurer. 

DIRECTORS 



On part Stockholders. 
T. L. Clingman, 
A. T. Davidson, 
J. H. Merrimon, 
Q. W. Swepson. 



On part of the State. 
W. W. Gahagan, 
J. R. Ammons, 
R. M. Henry, 
G. W. Dickey, 
G. M. Roberts, 
A. H. Jones, 
J. C. Abbott. 

C. L. Harris, State Proxy. 

This Road will run from Asheville to 
Ducktown, Tenn., abont 120 miles and a 
branch from Ashville down the French 
Broad River to Paint Rock, Tennessee 
45 miles. 



Williamston and Tarboro Railroad. 

J. R. Stubbs, Williamston, President. 
W. G. Williams, Tarboro, Eng. and Supt. 

This road is ro extend from Tarboro to 
Williamston, a distance of about thirty 



miles. An appropriation was made by 
the Convention last year, and the work is 
now going on. 



Morlh,;Wes*crn !V. C. Ruilroad. 
This Road runs from Greensboro by 
Salem to Mt. Airy. An appropriation has 
been made by the State, and the road is 
being rapidly constructed. 



Eastern & Western R. R. 

This road has just been chartered, and 
is entirely a State road. It has an ample 
appropriation from the State. It will run 
from Henderson to Mt. Airy, through the 
main Tobacco region of the State. Offi- 
cers not yet known. 



Edenton & Saflolk R. R. 

This road was chartered at the last 
assembly of the Legislature, and will ex- 
tend from Edenton, N. C. to Suffolk, Va.; 
it will traverse a rich country. 



Universitj' R. R. 

This road will connect Chapel Flill with 
the N. C. R. R. at or near Durham's De- 
pot, a distance of about 12 miles. It is a 
State road, and has an appropriation of 
$300,000. 



Roanoke IVavig^ation 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, $50,000 00 

Virainia, 80,000 00 

Individuals, 282,000 00 

Total, $312,000 00 



Cape Fear Navigation Company. 

This work embraces improvements in 
Cape Fear River from Wilmington to 
Fayetteville, one hundred and twenty 



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NAVIGATION. 



miles. Capital stock, 87,000 rloUars, 82,- 
500 owned by the Literary Fund of the 
State. 

D. A. Ray, President. 
W. N. TillilighasL, Secretary and General 
Agent. 



DIUECTORS. 



John M. Rose, 
W. G. Hall, 



I Jobn W. Sandford. 
I Wm. Hu&ke. 



TABLB OF DISTANCES ON THE CAPE FEAR 
KIVER, 

From Wilmington to — 

]\Ieares', 3 miles. 

Riverside, 5 " 

Mt. Misery, 8 " 

Boudinot's, 10 " 

Black River, 12 " 

Macruolia, 13 " 

"Pull," 15 " 

Devil's Elbow, 17 " 

Eoane's LandiiijT, 19 " 

Tboroushfare,.r 20 " 

Wannett's, 22 " 

Bryant's, 23 " 

Neal's Eddy 24 " 

Joe Green's, 26 " 

Blenham, 20 " 

Narrow Gap, 32 " 

Lloyd's 38 " 

Black Rock, 40 " 

Nat. Moore.s Creek, 41 " 

Indian Wells, 46 " 

Kelly's Cove, 51 " 

Brown's 54 " 

Robeson's, 55 " 

White Hall 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 " 

Rock Fish, 113 " 

Spring Hill 117 " 

Fayetteville, 120 " 

CONNECTIONS. 

With WilmiPston, Charlotte & Ruth- 
erfordton Rail Road at Riverside. 

With the Wilmington & Manchester 
R. R., and Wilmington & Weldon R. R., 

at Wilmington ; also, with Northern and 
European steamers. 



At Fayetteville, with Western Rail 
Road, via Jmesboro and Egyi)t, and 
Chatham Rail Road, thence to Raleigh. 

Throuizh connection from Wilmington 
to Raleigh, via Fayetteville and Jones- 
boro, thence to Page's on North Caro- 
lina Rail Road. 



€aj<c Fear ani Deep Rifsr Sa?i»ati«n 

The stock in this Company is now owned 
entirely by the State of North Carolina. 
The work consists of Improvements in the 
rivers from Fayetteville to the Gulf in 
Chatham County. 

MANAGERS. 

IT. A. London, oflA. S. iSlcNoill, of 
Pitlsboro, Fayettevillf, 

L N. Clegg, of Hay-jWm. R. Cox, of 
wood, Raleiah. 



Dismal Swamp Caisal. 

This work extends from Pasquotank 
River through Dismal Swamp to Deep 
Creek, a tributary of Elizabeth River, and 
connects Chesepeake Bay, Va., with Albe- 
marle 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. Whittle, President. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

United States $200,000 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, (inclu- 
ding thirty miles of improved river navi- 
gation,) 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. 

I\[arshall Park", President. 

B. F. Tebault, Secretary and Treasurer. 



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TEMPERANCE. 



BATTLES. 



DIKECTORS. 



On part of State. 
Matchetl Taylor, 
K. R. Cobb, 



On part of StocJiholders. 
iM. Courtrigbt, 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. 
C. L. Harris, State Proxy, 



Temperance Councils. 

OFFICERS OF STATE COUNCIL OF NORTH 
CAROLINA. 

F resident. — Maj. D. S. Hill,, Louisburg. 
Associate. — W. M. Poisson, Wilmington. 
Recording See. — R. H. Whitaker, Raleigh. 
Treasurer. — J. AV. Welions, Franklinton. 
Chaplain. — Rev. A. R. Raven, Smithfield. 
Conductor. — J. M. Shelly, Thomasville, 
Sentinel. — L. D. Heartt, Raleigh. 

SUBORDINATE COUNCILS. 

No. Names. Post Offices. Presidents. 
1 Pettigrew, Louisburg, D. S. Hill. 

3 Crescent, Raleigh, 

4 Asheville, Ashville, M. E. Carter. 

5 Weldon, Weldon. 

6 Cold Water, Smithville, 

7 Hookerton, Hookerton, N. A. Hooker. 

8 Henderson, Henderson, C. W. Harris. 

9 Mt Olivet, Wilmington, W. M. Poisson. 

10 Branch, Franklinton, J. D. H. Young. 

11 ReemsCreek,ReemsCreek,T.H. Weaver 

12 Oxford, Oxford, 

13 Rowan, Salisbury, 

14 Flat Rock, Pacific, 

15 Midway, Henderson, D. T. Barker. 

16 Oak City, Raleigh, T. H. Hill. 

17 Enfield, Enfield, Col. E. D. Bell. 

18 Fayetteville, Fayetteville, 

19 Rutherf dt'n, Rurherf dt'n, T. B. Justice 

20 Mills River, Henderson, J. A. Corpening 

21 Thoraasville, Thomasville, J. M. Shelly, 

22 Swannanoa, Asheville, R. C. Patton, 

23 Tarboro', Tarboro', David Pender. 

24 Marshall, Marshall, D. F. Davis. 

25 Fair View, Buncombe. 

26 Locust Field, Haywood. 

27 Bethel, Haywood. 

28 Webster, Webster, J. M. Brvson. 

29 Franklin, Franklin, Rev. L. "F. Slier. 

30 Waynesville, Waynesville, W. Brown. 

31 Lawson, Lumberton, W. B. Blake. 

32 Sand Hill, Buncombe. 

33 Murphy, Murphy. 



24 Elm City, Newbern, J. L, Heritage. 

35 Mi-.rion, Marion. 

36 Morganton, Morganton. 

37 Lenoir, Lenoir, 

38 Kinston, Kinston, 

89 White Hall, Mecklenburg. 

40 Beaufort, Carteret. 

41 Gardner Hill, Jamestown. 

42 Batts, Joyners Depot, Jas. Wiggins, 

43 Goldsboro', Goldsboro', W. Robinson. 

44 Smithfield, Smithfield, J. McGuy. 

45 Clayton, Clayton, P. M. Stuart. 

47 Fidelis, Boon Hill, Dr. R. Hooker. 

48 Phoenix, Beulah, H. Porter, 

49 Wilson, Wilson. 

50 Beulah, Johnston, Jas. Hinnant. 

51 Neuse, Newbern, Thos, Stanly, 

52 Semper Fidelis, New Salem. 

53 Gatesville, Gatesville, R. H. Williams. 

54 Mars Hill, Mara Hill, Rev. T. B. Mc- 

Mahon. 

55 Hendersonville, Hendersonville, J. J. 

Osborne. 
66 Hebron, Mecklenburg, 

57 New Hope, Manson, 

58 Mt. Auburn, Manson. 

59 Wayne, Ebenezer, 

60 Selma, Selma. 

61 Associate, Smithfield, Q. P. Barnett. 

62 Bentonsville, 

63 Fishing Creek, , E. B. Lj^on. 

64 Earpsboro'. 



Battles in Morth Carolina. 

Regulation Battle of Alamance, 

May 16, 1871. 

King's Mountain. 

Moore's Creek, February 27, 1776. 

Guilford Court House, March 15, 1781. 

Indian Battle in Craven County, 1712. 

Fort Hatteras, August 23, 1861. 

Washington, January 2—5, 1862. 

Roanoke Island, February 7 — 8, 1862. 

Winton, February 20, 1862. 

New Berne Plains, March 14, 1862. 

Siege of Fort Macon, April 25, 1862. 

White Hall. 

Pollocksville, May 11, 1862. 

Recapture of Washington, Jan. 2 — 5, 1862, 

Capture of Plymouth, December 10, 1862. 

Goldsboro Bridge. 

Kinston Bridge, April 29, 1863, 

Recapture of Plymouth, 

New Berne, January 26, 1864. 

Roanoke River, May 5, 1864, 

Butler's Powder Ship blown up 
off Fort Fisher morning of 
Christmas eve, December 24, 1864. 

Butler & Porter repulsed oflf Fort 

Fisher, December 25, 1864. 



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VALUATION. 



VALUATION. 



Fall of Fort Fisher, after 3 days' 

struggle, January 15, 1865. 

(Terry & Porter commanding Federal 
Forces, and Col. Wm. Lamb tbe Confed- 
erates.) 



Kinston, 

Fayetteville sacked, 
Averasboro, 
Bentonsville, 
Selma, 



March 6, 1865. 

Marcli 9, 1865. 
March 16, 1865. 
March 20, 1865. 
April 2, 1865. 



Capture of Raleigh by Sherman 

April 13, 1865. 
Surrender of Gen. Johnson at 

Durham's Depot, April 26, 1865. 



Medical Society of North Oarolina, 

E. Burke Haywood, of Raleigh, Pres't. 
Thos. E. Wilson, 1st Vice-President. 
A. B. Pierce, 2d Vice President, 
C. T. Murphy, 3d Vice-President. 
M. A. Locke, 4th Vice-President. 
J. W. Jones, Treasurer. 
Thomas F. Wood, Corresponding and Re- 
cording Secretary. 
R. H. Winborne, of Chowan, Orator. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

S. S. Satchwell, of New Hanover, 
Hugh Kelly, of Statesville, 
W. A. B. Norcom, of Edenton, 

^^ The Examining Board meets in 
Raleiah and Morganton alternately on the 
first Monday in May of each year. 

The fifteenth Annual meeting was held 
May 20, 1868, at Warrenton. 

The sixteenth annual meeting wdl be in 
Salisbury 12th of May 1869. 



Average Valuation of Land, per 
Acre, in each County. 

Alamance, §6 10 

Alexander, 4 90 

Alleghany, 2 80 

Anson, 4 80 

Ashe, 2 03 

Beaufort, 1 70 

Bertie, 5 60 

Bladen, 2 60 

Brunswick, 1 50 

Buncombe, 3 42 

Burke, . 3 85 

Cabarrus, 7 80 

Catawba, 5 90 

Caldwell, 3 90 

Camden, 6 90 

Carteret, 2 50 



Caswell, 

Chatham, . , , , 
Cherokee, . . . , 

Chowan, 

Clay, 

Cleveland, . . . . 
ColumbuS; . . . , 

Craven 

Cumberland, . 
Currituck, . . . , 
Davidson, ... 

Davie, 

Duplin, 

Edgecombe, . , 

Forsythe, 

Franklin,. ... 

Gaston, 

Gates 

Granville, .... 

Greene, 

Guilford, . . . ., 
Halifax, .... 
Harnett, .... 
Haywood, . . , 
Hendeison, . . , 
Hertford, . . . 

Hyde 

Iredell, 

Jackson, 

Johnston, . . . . 

Jones, 

Lenoir, 

Lincoln, 

Macon, 

Madison, 

Martin, 

McDowell, . . 
Mecklenburg, , 

Mitchell, 

Montgomery, . 

Moore, 

Nash, 

New Hanover, 
Northampton, 

Onslow, 

Orange, 

Pasquotank, . . 
Perquimans,. . 

Peison, 

Pitt, 

Po!k, 

Randoli)h,. . . . 

Richmond 

Rutherford,.. . 
Rockingham, . 

Rowan, 

Robeson, 

Sampson, .... 

Stanly, 

Stokes, 

Surry, 

Transylvania, . 
Tyrrell, 



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20 
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70 
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60 
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10 
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90 
80 
40 
10 
20 
60 
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6 70 


2 20 


5 50 


10 20 


6 40 


6 40 


7 30 


1 30 


3 90 


2 50 


3 50 


6 01 


7 50 


2 70 


2 90 


2 80 


3 70 


3 70 


3 04 


2 60 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



RECAPITULATION. 



RECAPITULATION 



Union 8 10 

Wake, 5 70 

Warren 6 40 

Washington, 3 20 

Wayne, 6 20 

Watauga, 2 10 

Wilkes, 2 70 

V/ilson, 5 40 

Yadkin, 4 oO 

Yancey, 2 30 

Average of the State, 3 90 



Rcca}»itulatioD cf IVortli Carolina. 

Population in I860 992,G22 

No. of County Officers, 1,145 

No of City and Town Officers, 250 

No. of Vineyards 13 

No. of Mineral Springs, 11 

No. of Church Buildings, 1,680 

No. of Hotels and Boarding 

Houses, 227 

No. of Lawyers, 514 

No. of Manufactories, 824 

No. of Merchants, 4,215 

No. of Ministers, 1,013 

No. of Gold and other Mines, 205 

No. of Flour, Grist and Saw 

Mills 1,092 

No. of Physicians, 997 

No. of Post Offices, 800 

No. of Academies and High 

Schools, 312 

No. of Chartered Colleger, 23 

No. of Farmers Reported, 2,307 

No. of Farms in 1860, 67,022 

No. of Cotton Factories, 40 

No. of Woolen Factories, 5 

No. of Libraries, 5S4 

No. of Volumes in Libraries, 351,04:^ 

Cajutal invested in Cotton Fac- 
tories, $2,272,000 

No. of Spindles in Factories, 55.575 

No. of Looms in Cotton Factories,. 1,126 
Average No. of bands in Cotton 

Factories, , 1 ,987 

No. of pounds of Raw Material 

used in Cotton Factories, 7,465,800 

No. of yards of Yarn spun annu- 
ally 5,902,500 

No. of yards of Cloth woven an- 
nually 4,737.000 

Value of Cloth and Yarns, $3,685,000 

No. of Acres of Improved Land, 6,517,284 



No. of Acr's Unimprov'd Land. 17,245,685 
Cash Value of Farms in 1860, $143,301,065 
Value of Farming Implements 

in 1860, : $5,873,942 

No. of Horses in 1860, 150,661 

No. of Asses and Mules in 1860, 51.388 

No. of Milch Cows in 1860, 228,623 

No. of Working Oxen in I860,. . 48,511 

No. of other Cattle in 1860 416,676 

No. of Sheep in 1860, 546,749 

No. of Hogs in 1860, 1,883,214 

Value of Live Slock, $31,130,805 

No. Bushels Wheat in 1860, 4,743,706 

(about 5 bushels to each inhabitant.) 

No. of Bushels of Rye, 436,856 

No. of Bushels of Indian Corn, 30,078,564 
(about 30 bushels to each inhabitant.) 

No. of Bushels of Oats ,2,781,860 

(about 15 bushels to each horse & mule.) 

No. of Pounds of Rice, 7,593,976 

No. of Pounds of Tobacco, 32,853,250 

No. of Bales of Cotton, (400 lbs. 

each,) 145,514 

No. of Pounds of Wool, 883.473 

No. of Bushels of Peas andBpans,l,932,204 
No. of Pushels of Irish Potatoes,. 830.565 
No. of Bush, of Sweet Potatoes,. 6,140,039 

No. of Bushels of Barley 3,445 

No. of Bushels of Buckwheat, .... 35,924 

Value of Oi chard Products, $643,688 

No. of Gallons of Wine, -54,064 

Value of Garden Products $75,663 

(This item is jjrobably ten times as large 
now.) 

No. of Pounds of Butter, 4,735,495 

No. of Pounds of Cheese, 51,119 

No. of Tons of Hay 181.365 

No. of Bushels of Clover Seed, 332 

No of Bu.shols of Grass S -ed,. . . 3,008 

No. of Pounds of Hops, 1,767 

No. of Pounds of Hemp 8,016 

No. of Pounds of Flax, '. 216,490 

No. of Bushels of Flax Seed, 20,008 

No. of Pounds of Silk Cocoons,.. , 388 
No. of Pound* of IMaple Susar,. . , 30,845 
No. of Pounds of Cane Sugar,. , . . 38 
No. of Gallons of Cane Molasses,.. 12,494 
No. of Gallons of Maple Molasses.. 17,759 
No. of Gallons of Sorghum Mo- 
lasses 263,475 

No. of Pounds of Beeswax, 170.495 

No. of Pounds of Honey 2,055,969 

Value of Homemade Manufac- 
tures, $2,045372 

Value of slaughtered Animals.$10,414,546 



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February 14, 1860, 



Received the First Prize at the Great 
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IN KEW YORK, 

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AT THE PAEIB EXPOSITION, 

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This machine is constructed on anew principle of mechanism, possessing many rare and 
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The following are the principal objections urged against Sewing Machines : 

1. Excessive fatigue to the operator. 

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3. Expense, trouble, and loss of time in reijairing. 

4. Incapacity to sew every description of material. 
5 Disagreeable noise while in operation. 

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It has a straight needle, perpendicular action, makes the lock or shuttle stitch, which 
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It Hems, Fells, Binds, Braids, Tucks, (Juills, Plaits and Gathers. 

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8. J. STEVENS, Mathematics and Mental Philosophy. 

S. C. CALDWELL, Natural Science. 

MRS. C, E. CALDWELL, English Branches. 

F. SCHMIDT, Instrumental and Vocal Music. 

MISS R. K. PEARSON, English Branches and Vocal Music. 

Mrs. H. STEVENS, Assistant Teacher of Music. 

B. F. MAURICE, French. 

, Drawing and Oil Painting. 

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From the blood the bile passes into the kidneys, producing scalding pain 
in the urinary passages, pain in the back and side, and darting paius 
through the body. A soreness is frequently felt in the region of the liver, 
across the stomach below the ribs. In some cases, abscesses form in the 
liver, but these are more rare. Many dangerous complaints have their origin 
in derangement of the liver, such as Indigestiveness, Costiveness, Inter- 
mittent and Remittent Fevers, Bilious Fever, Colic, Bilious Dysentery 
and Diarrhoea, Chills, Fevers, &c. 

For all these diseases, the proprietor considers the HEPATIC PILLS a 
powerful and safe remedy. 

1;^° Read the following Certificates from persons of the highest respecta. 
bility."^ 

Rev, Dr. C. F. Deems, (Aug. 2.3d, 18fi2) says : " I have derived jrj-eai benefit from these 
Pills, and have known many families and individuals who have found them very beneti- 
cial, and I have also known physicians in excellent standing to recommend litem to their 
IMtieiils. For all diseases arising from disorders of the liver, I behave they are the best 
medicine ottered to the public." 

Wm. Cabkawat, ESQ., Wayne Co., N. C, (Sept. 1, 1362) says: " I have used the 
Southtin Hepatic Pills in my family. My daughter was iu very bad health from disorder 
of the hver, /or the space of three years, hardly having had a week without sufl'eriug. She 
took the Pills regularly and strictly according to the direction on the wrapper, and her 
health has been entirely restored by them. I have used them with great benefit among my 
servants on the plantation, and cau recommand them as a safe and useful family medi- 
cine." 

Capt. Wm. p. Davis, (Petersburg, Va.. Oct. 1, IS57,) says: "Simpathy for the suffering 
prompts me to certify that my servant man was suffering in the last stage of Pneumonia, 
throwing up matter and blood in great quantities; his case was considered entirely hopdless 
so much so that there were no medical prescriptions used lor his recovery ;1 regarded bim as 
good as dead. Hearing of the great cures made by the SOUTHERN HEPATIC PILLS, I 
thought that I would try an experiment on him ; without any hope of success however, I 
gave the PILLS in large doses; in a short time, to my great surprise, there was a change 
for the better; I continued giving them to him, imtil he had became a perfectly Sfund 
man. He is now attending to his work with as much strength and vigor as he ever did. 
Wth his case, and what I have seen and heard of the good effects of these Pills, I do most 
earnestly recommend them as the best family medicine I have ever seen or used, espec- 
ially for I'lnnters in the South." 
They can be sent to any point in the United States by Mail or Express. 
Price :— For one box, 25 cents.— Doz. i;2,.50— Half Gross, .'jlU— One Gross Jl8— Tliree 
Gross $50 — Five Gross, $75. The cash must either accompany the onier lor the Medicine 
or it will be sent C. O. D. Orders should be addie.ssed to G. W. DJiEMS, 'Ho. 28 South 
Calhoun Street, Baltimore, Md., where they will be promptly attended to. 

For these Medicines call on aU respectable Draggi.sts everywhere, and on all the Drug- 
gists in this city. 

These Fills are for sale iu Raleigh by WiUiams & Haywood & P. F. Pescud, & aU other 
Druggists elsewhere, 



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AlfVERTISEMENTS. 



Noah Walker & Co., 










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AND DEALERS IX 



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Xo. 45, Sycamore Street, 

I=E!TjE:iI=LS:BXJrLC3-, \rj^ 

Ooffield & Thigpen, 

DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY 










driceries, Boots, Sloes, Hats, Caps, &c., 

1, 3sr. c. 



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FAYETTEVILLE, N. 0. 






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In the very best and neatest style. 



llTUATED IN THE ^fENTKAL pAKT Or THE ^f ITY 

EEUBEN JONES, Proprietor. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Corner of Broad andHCapitol Streets. 

This Magnificent Hotel Biiilcliug, adjoining" the Capitol Squake, tWith its 

Statuary, Fountains, Monument, and beautiful walks, is the ouly Hotel 

situated in the fashionable portion of the city. The House has been 

thoroughly re-built and newly ftirnished. Special suits of rooms 

always ready for wedding and large traveling parties. 

Board ^only 1$2.50 Cents per Day. 
A. J. FORD, Owner and Prop'r. 



A. ADRIAN. 



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^RO^RIETOR. 



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Proprietor 



RAILROAD HOUSE 

KITTRELL'S SPRIES, I C. 



WELDON HOTEL, 

"\A7'olclozi, I>T. O. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. LVII 



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Pine and Complicated Watches Repaired in the Most Thorough Manner, Safely hM 

AND RETURNED BY EXPRESS. 

T^^IR-IBOZER-O, 2Sr. O- 



SAL ISBXJI^Y, N. C. 
A Good Advertising Medium in Western North Carolina. 



THE WESTERN DEMOCRAT, 

PUBLISHED AT CHARLOLTE,N. C, 

One of the Oldest Newspapers in the State. It has a large and general 

circulation in 

f estera and Soill-festeri North Carolina, 

And Adjoining Districts of Sonth Carolina. 



Advertisements Solicited. 

Terms for ten lines of brevier type, $1 for one insertion, $5 for one 
month, $10 for 8 months, $15 for 6 months, $25 for one year. Reasonable 
terms will be made for greater space. 

Send adverrisements 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, three dollars, in advance. 

W. J. YATES, Ed. Sf Proper. 



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ADVEKTISEMENTS. 




Principal OfficeJNeMr Berne, N. C. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



D. T. CARRAWAY, 

A. T. Jerkins, Newbern, N. C, 
J. E. Amyett, 
J. L. VTaikins, 



D. W. Hurt, 

R. H. Rounfcree, 

E. Hubba, 



President. 

F. C. Roberts, Newbern, N. C. 
S. H. Rountree, Kinston, " 

G. W. Dill, Morehead City. 
Dr. W. G. Hill, Raleigh, N. C. 
L. Blackmer, Salisbury, " 
T. M. Gardner, Wilmington. 



J* R lIliHMeHJJI 



Secretary and Treasurer. 

For explanatory circulars send to the Secretary and Treasurer, or to 
either of the Directors. 



Williams & Murchison, 



'9 



AND 



Commission Mlerchants, 



Nos. 13 & 14 Water Street, 



WILMINGTON, N. 0. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. LIX 



NORIH SIAI[ WASHING MACHINE, 

DBost in TJso. 

Patented October 15th, 1867, by Bernhardt & Houston, and Mauufoctiired by 

Mecklenburg Mechanical Association, 
Charlotte, IST. C. 



DIRECTIONS. 

FIRST.— Fill the tub to the middle, or top, of the second roller with boiling suds 

SECOND.— Put in four or five shirts, or that amount, of other garments. 

THIED.— Work the leaver with sufficient force to give the CLOTHES A ROLLING MO. 

TION, separating them, occasionally, from the roll into which they form. From eight to 

ten minutes is time sufficient to wash the above amount of articles. 



Certificates. 

Charlotte, N. 0., February 25, 18(58— Messrs. Bernhardt & Houston:— I have had your 
Machine in use for two mouths, and feel that I can recommend it as decidedly the best i 
have ever tried, it saves at least half the labor, and the washing is done with much less 
soap, than by the old process. When I first procured the Machine, the servants seemed 
averse to using it, but now say they would not be without it. To use the expression of 
one of them, to me, the other day— ".tis agood help andno mistake." 

MRS. M. A. BuBWELL 

_, , . , ,, ^ „ • . Charlotte Female Institute. 

Charlotte, N. C, Nov. 30, 1867.— Messrs. Bernhardt & Houston;— Sirs: I have tried your 
washmg Machine, and fully concu- in everything that Mrs Burwell says in regard to it. 

Yours, truly, 

,MRS. DR. J. M. MILLER. 

MECKLENBURG FEMALE COLLEGE, 

Charlotte, N. C„ Jan. 11, 1868. 
Messrs. Bernhardt & Houston;— We use the "North State Washing Machine" at the 
College, and are happy to state that it gives .entire satisfaction. It is admirably constructed, 
and can be heartily recommended. 

MRS. C. F. STACY. 
Charlotte, N. C. Nov. 30, 1^67. —Messrs. Bernhardt & Houston, Sirs :— The "North State 
Washing Machme" is reaUy more than I expected, and I can, with candor, say there is no 
humbug about it. My servants say that it does its work as weU as it can be done by hand ; 
and I take pleasure m recommending your Machine to my friends.and all who desire a labor- 
sanng Machine. Best wishes for your success. Respectfully youi-s, 

MRS. DAVID PARKS. 

Bellevue, Cabarrus County, N. C— Messrs. Bernhardt & Houston ;— I have given your 
Machine a fair trial, and pronounce it a perfect success. I would not be without one for 
twice the cost. 

In hiring servants my great trouble was to get one that would wash weU, and that waa 
my first question. Of course they said yes, but did not always do it. The machine re- 
lieves me of that care, for whether a good or bad washer, if they can work the machine 
(and almost any one can do that) they are obUged to wash well. 

„ , Very respectfully 

February 0,5, iges. MRS. GEN. W. C. MEANS. 

umce of Land We Love.— We have ti-ied the above Machine in our families, and know it 
to be admirable. 

Charlotte, N. C, Jan, 16, 1868. PROPRIETORS 

Raleigh, N. C, April 1, 1S09 :— A good Machine weU worth the money. 

L. BRANSON. 



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ft. ^, J^ANBURY,yVl. p, 8^ p. p. jS. 

IE^°A11 the Latest and Most Approved Appliances used 
and "Work Guaranteed equal to the Best. 



waii@ffi M@m®©» 



jr. T. WALTON, Proprietor. 

MORG ANTON is a pleasant summer resort, on account of the good 
water, salubrious air and Mountain Scenery, 

^' The Office of the ASHEVILLE STAGE LINE is at the Walton 
House. 



THE AMEEICAN, 

STATESVILLE, N. 0., 



IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY 



E. B. DR^KE & SON, 

At ^3 per Annum in advance- 



The "American" has a wide circulation in Central and Western North Car- 
olina, extending into all the Southern and Western States, and offers 

Great Inducements to Merchants 

in the Seaboard Cities, and others, to advertise in its columns. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LXI 



Purcell House, 






FRONT STREET, 



Wilmington, N. C. 



J. E. DAYIS, Prop'r. 




W« OVERBY, 

ARiSS 




MANUFACTURER, 



ANT> DEAXEK IN 



TRUNKS, TRmiNG BAGS, VALISES, &C. 

Five Doors east of Cape Fear Bank, 

South Si'.e Person Street, 



LXII ADVERTISEMENTS. 



F. G. Huntington & Co., 

459 BROOME STREET, 

isr IB "w "^r o i=L i^ , 

Publisliers and Wholesale Dealers in Miscellaneous 

BOOKS, 

musk; books, 

Church Music, Glee BooTiS, &c. 

Also, Bfadbofj's Popolar Sundaf Scliool Music, 



Also Publish Monthly, the 



Itm. P$tl pittflcal M 






C^For the best and cheapest Books in our line, send direct to 

F. J. HUNTINGTON, 

459 Broom Street, 

NEW YORK. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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NEW BERNE, N. O. 



PDBLISnED AND EDITED BY 



&E0. W. NASON, Jr., aid F. H. 



IE=la,tes of STa.Tosc3ri;p>tic>aa. 

Terms — Cash in advance. 



One Year, 
Six Months, 
Three Months, 
One Month, 



$6 00 
3 00 
3 00 

75 



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T. O. ID.A.A7"IS, 



General Agent for the State of North Carolina, 



^Wll^SON. N. C. 



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LXIV ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JAEKELL'S HOTEL, 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

13^ Passengers dispatched promptly on Stage Lines to Ashboro and Salem. 



Wm) ® & (^^ 



A, 



DEALER IN 



|jg (Bads, (^wmm, ptfttaus, &r„ 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

J. W. ALBRIGHT. . ROBERT H. ALBRIGHT. 

JAMFS W. ALBRIGHT & BRO.. 



AND PUBLISHERS OF THE 



&REENSBOR0' PATRIOT AND TIMES, 

A Large Weekly Paper at $300 per annum. 

GREENSBORO', N. C. 

The best advertising medium in Western North Carolina. 



RATES OF THROUGH TICKETS 

To St. Louis, Mo. $33 00 

" Louisville, Ky. - - - - 26 25 

" Napoleon, Ark. - - - - - 35 00 

" Paducah, Ky. . . . . 30 00 

" Chicago, 111. 26 50 

'• Kansas City, Mo. - - - 38 00 

" Cincinnati, 23 00 

" Memphis, Tenn. - - - - 37 50 

" New Orleans, La. - - - 37 00 

" Cairo, 111. - - 33 50 

" Indianapolis, Ind. - - - - 25 50 

" St. Joseph, Mo. .... 36 00 

A.ND ALL OTHER POINTS IN PROPORTION. 



BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. 



Every Passenger is allowed 100 lbs. of Baggage free; all over is charged for 
extra. 

Parlies and families wishing to move or emigrate to the Western or South-Western 
States, and be sure that their Baggage is checked through, should in all cases ad- 
dress me in order to obtain such additional information as is received by me from 
the West from time to time. 

J^g°" Emigrants can leave (Ireensboro on any day they may wish, Sundays inclu- 
ded. Tickets by this route can also be purchased at proportionate rates, at the fol- 
lowing offices of the North Carolina Railroad, viz: C'harlotte, Salisbury, Lexington, 
High Point, Company's Shops and Hillsboro. 

For further iin'ormation, inquire of, or address. 

General Southern Agent Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, 

(Southern Hotel) GIiBB:SSBOJRO, JV. C. 

J. L, WILSON, 

Blaster Transjwrtation Baltimore ^ Ohio R. H., Baltimore. 
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent B. & O. R. R , Baltimore. 



GREAT REDUC TION OF PRICES. 

Emigrants moving West can now procure Through 
TICKETS, via the 

GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE, 

By the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and its Western 
connections, at the prices given below: 

To St. Louis, Mo. - $28.00 To Cincinnati, Ohio, $21.50 

*' Indian'lis, Ind. - 23.75 " Chicago, 111. - ■ 25.50 

" Kansas City, Mo. 40.00 " Leavenw'th, Ks. 40.00 

'' Paducah, Ky. - 28.50 " Memphis, Ten. ■ 30.50 

" New Orleans, La. 36.50 " Napoleon, Ark. - 33.50 

AND ALL OTHER POINTS WEST IN PROPORTION. 

The above Tickets are also sold at Charlotte, Salisbury, Morganton, Lexington, 
High Point, Company's Shops, and Hillsboro, and 

BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH TO DESTINATION. 



All transfers of baggage and passengers, from starting point to point of destination, 
when they hold through tickets, are included in the above through rates, nnd no other 
charge made. Trunks and Boxes, containing wearing apparel, ^^hould not weigh 
more than 100 pounds to each package, and Boxes must be made oblong with rope 
handles to each end. Bedding should not be in too large bundles, and roped up in 
oblong shape. 

jgi^Only one change of cars between Baltimore and Chicago, and Indianapolis, 
and Cincinnati, and but two to St. Louis, Mo. 

jg@"Children between four and twelve years of age go for half price, two make a 
whole ticket; under four years of age, no c^harge made. 

THIS IS THE CHEAPEST, 

Shortest, MOST DIRECT and QUICKEST Route, 

FROM AM PART OF f ESTERN I C. TO THE WEST. 

First Class Tickets can also be purchased at Raleigh, 
Wilmington and Weldon. 



LXVI 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



IMUTUAL 





to 



Of Vix*^iiiia. 



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INCORPORATED, JANUARY 1867. 



Home Office, 1213 Main Street, 

^ 

OFFICERS. 

J. E. Edwards, President- Prof. E. B. Smith, Actuary 



Wm. B. Isaacs, Vice President. 
D. J. Hartsook, Secretary. 



Dr. 0. H. Smith, Med. Adviser. 
Jno. H Claiborne, Gen. Agent. 



John Enders, 
Asa^Snyder, 
John Purcell, 
George .Jacobs, 
Ed. A. Smith, 

A. D. Chockley, 

B. M. Qnarles, 
John C. Williams, 
A. Y. Stokes, 
Wm. B. Isaacs, 
Wni. H. Palmer, 



DIRECTORS. 

Henry K. Ellyson. 
Samuel S. Cotttell, 
Samuel C. Tardy, 
Wm. Willis, Jr., .. 
George S. Palmer, 
Jas. A. Scott, 
D. J. Hartsook, 
J. E. Eewards, 
A. P. A bell, 
R. H. Dihbrell, 
Samuel M. Price, 



Wm. F. Taylor, 
H. E. C. Baskerville, 
Charles T. Worthara, 
J. W. Allison, 
Thomas J. Evans, 
H. C. Cabell, 
W. II. Tyler, 
Wm. G. Taylor, 
J. B. Morton, 
George L. Bidgood, 
David L. Burr. 



ASSETS $586,000 ! 
Policies Issued, 2,570, insuring $9,000,000!. 

Annual Dividends, with one third of Premium loaned upon Profits. 

N'o notes required in settlement of Premiums. 

A new and highly liberal form of policy adijpted with removal of re- 
STKiCTiONS. made applicable to all policies heretofore issued by the Com- 
pany. 

Annual dividends on endowment policies paying premiums in cash after 
second annual payment, with one-third cash on profits. 

ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE. 

No Extra Rate on Female Lives. 

Married Women & Cliilftreii Specially Protected lufler 

THE CHARTER. 

PromiuuiB payable nnntially, seini-aunually, or quartei'ly. Loan of part 
of jiremium on all pciticipating policies. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. LXVII 



CAEOLINA TIMES, 



R. P. WARING, Editor and Proprietor. 

Office in Springs' Building, Trade Street, 

o^i^^:FLiL.OTa?:K], nsr. o. 

Rates of Subscription 

D VILY TIMES • One month, GO c; three nioatlis $1.75 c; six months 
83 50 ; twelve months $7 09. 

TRY WEEKLY TIMES; One month 40c ; three months $1,2.jc; six 
months, §2, 50c; twelve months $4.00. 

Rates of Advertising 
[one inch space makes one square.] 

One square one inser ion, ^ 75(3 . 

each subsequent insersion 50c. 

Each additional square, in exact proiiorti(in. All advertisrments will be 
charged at these rates unless there be a special contract to the contrary. 
Contracts for advertisements ot all sizes made on liberal terms' 

The V/eekly News 

containing twenty-eight columns of reading matter, issued every Tuesday 
morning, will be supplied to subscribers at $2.50 per annum, strictly in ad- 
vance. Clubs often will be furnished with one extra copy. 

Advancements will be changed at $1.00 per square, one inch, unless there 
be a contract to the contrary. 



Early in tho Pro -seat Yuar 

WE WILL fUBLrbH 

A COMPLETE KEY TO THE CODE OE CIVIL riiOCEEDURE 
IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

I'll Civil Cases, 

Arising in the Justices' and Supeiior Courts^ 

With Forms and Instructions for the use of 

Attorneys, Cleris, Skriffs, CoistaMes, Maptrates 

AND OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. 
With copious references to decisions upon the subjee*. 

BY .EDWAED (JANTWELL, 

Attorney at Law, Judge of the City Court of Wilminaton, Author of the 
"North Carolina Justice," "North Carolina Practice," 
&c., &c., &c., &c. 
It is intendeS to make thia^book worthy, in every respect, of the patronase of the pro- 
fession and the public. No pains, labor or expense, at this office, will be spared to make it 
a first clasa publication. 

J. B. NEATHERY <& CO., 

Office North Carolina Standard . 



LXVIII ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE 



TARBORO' SOFTHERSER, 

A Fa mil j/. Fireside and Political NewHjtaper, 

PUBLISHED EVERY THCESDAY MOBNIKO BT 

It is one of the oldest and largest Journals in North Carolina, 
and as one of the institutions of the Country, and the organ of 
E igecombe County, its conductors will strive to direct it in the 
interest of the IState and Country at larpo, and they will spare no 
pains to make it a fit representative of the section from vhich 
it emanates. 

The subscribtion price is three dollars a year; two dollars for 
six months and must be paid invariadly in advance. Money 
may in all cases be sent by mail, at the risk of the Publishers. 

E. 1). SMITH, Proprietor, 

t.<^:f^:boi^o% isr. o. 



IIEI HOTEL 

GREENSBORO, N. C, 

SCALES & SMITH, PROPRIETORS. 



ly Accommodation Hacks meet all the Passen- 
ger Trains. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. LXXI 



Great Rheuinatio Remedy. 

Livingston's Florida Balm 

Cures Rheumatiem. Neuralgia, Croup, Sore Throat and I>iptheria, Diarrhrera 
Dysentery and Flux' Pilt- s, Earache, Back Ache, Cramp Colic, Sore and painful BnaHts 
and cracked Nipples, Sprains, Strains, Female Complaints, Dyspepsia, Chills ami Fever, 
Scrofula, Breast Complaiuts, Nervous and Bilious Headache, Spinal Art"ections,lBolts and 
Colic in Horses, Urinary and Kidney aft'ections and is the best remedy for Couf,rh8ever 
offered to the public; every family should, by all means, have a Bottle of my Balm, for lit- 
tle do they know when sickness comes; it is the best Medicine for children Teething, 
lor it always corrects their bowoJs, One trial of my Balm in any family will convince them 
that it it invaluable. II per bottle, or $8 per dozen. 

Excelsior Medicated Soap 

For the cure of all cutaneous Diseaseu, sucli as King aud Tetter Worm, Scald Head, Scurvy, 
St'Anthony.s Fire or Prickly Heat, Sore and inflamed Kyes, Sore Back Hurne and .Scratch- 
es, Sore Mouth, Sore Legs, in fact auy sore that the human frame is heir to, excejit 
Cancer and White Swelhng. I have been solUng this snap in this state for the last ISjears, 
aud it has given general satisfaction, try.it and you will be pleased. 25c per cake or $2 doz. 
P^ My Celebrated Bat Destroyer always on hand. 50o. per box or |4 per dozen. 



Vr. G. H. Livigaton, Dear Sir; My Wife was for many years subject to severe and danger- 
ous hemorrhage from the lungs. In Feb. 18(13 she was so reduced that her life was despaired 
of by one of the best Physicians in the State. By accident, or by the directions of Providence, 
I heard of your Florida Balm, and purchased a bottle. After much persuasion she was in- 
duced to try it, when she found instant relief, several times afterwards she was threatened 
with return of hemorrhage but found instant reUef, by the use of one or two doses. She 
attributes her present existence, by the help of God to the use of your valuable medicine. 
Stie hag not been troubled with he i.orrhage for more than two years, and wants'all persons 
specially females afflicted in the same way to try your valuable remedy, therefore she 
speaks ol herbenetits in this pubhc manner. J. P- MASON. 

From Algernon S_ Wmni ck, Esq , 
Df. Liyinffston, Dear Sir: I have u.sed yoiu- Florida , Balm in my family for years and 
have found it first rate lor Pain in the Back, and for sore Throat it cannot be beaten aud I 
am of the opinion every family should by all means have a bottle of it. I hope you may 
have success in affecting large sales. ALGEUNON S. WOMAKE, 

I'anceyoille, June 80th, 1868. 

From Hon. John Kerr. 

Yarcetville, June 25th, 18l;8; 
Dr. Livingsuon, Dear Sir: for sever.il years I have used your Fiorina Balm, and find it 
to be without comparison, the best family medicine 1 have ever been able to procure. For 
Summer diseases of the bowels, for all forms of cutaneous eruption aud for piles it is accor- 
ting to my observation, a sovereign remedy. I wish you mucU success in the sale of it, as 
well for the benefit of others as for your own advantage. 

Vcrj' truly your friend, 

JOHN KERR. 
Certain Cure for Colic in Hnrsm. 
1 certify that I had a horse badly afflicted with Cholic and gave him Livingston's 
Florida Balm which afforded almost Immediate relief, N.^K. UOAiN. __2 

DanvUle, Va,.Oct., 7' 1868, 

From Dr. Braclin, of Caswell. 
Dr. Livingstort : From the knowledge which I have of your Florida Balm, it affords me 
pleasure to Hay to you that I look upon it as being a highly valuable Remedy for the relief 
and cure of the various forms of disease for which you have recommended it. It is very ex- 
tensively used in tbe neighborhood in which I am practising, and I have not heard of a sin- 
gle instince where it has not given entire satisfaction. I am therefore pleased to say to the 
atHicted generally, that if you wish a prompt and efficient remedy, try Dr. Livingstou's 
TLOKIDA BALM. 

I am, with much esteem, your*, &o., 
July nth, 1868. S. E. BK.4C&IN. M. D. 

From Hon. C. A. Cilley. 

Lenoir, N. C. Aug. 7, 1868. 
Dr. G. Livingston: — I have used your Florida Balm for some of the pui-poses indicated 
by your printed directions, and find that It performs all you claim for it. I hope you will, be 
Tery succesBtul In your plan for introducing it more extensively. 

Very truly, your Iriend, 

CLINTON A. CILLLEY, 
From Hon. A. Mitchell. 
In using Dr. Livingston's Florida Balm two or three times to aooth an irritationjof the 
skin, it appeared to be an effective remedy for that purpose, 
Sept. 9th, 1868. A. MITCHELL. 

The above valuable medicines can be obtained by sending the money, or Post Office Or. 
ders, 0. O. D. on dllvery. . . 

G. H. LIVINGSTON , BOX NO. 40. 

Greensboro', N, C. 



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ADVEKTISEMENTS. 







ADVERTISEMENTS. LXXI 



NORFOLK JOURML, 

Published Daily, Tri- Weekly and Weekly by the 

NO?.FOLK PRINTING HOUSE COMPANY. 



r !•; p, ^\ s . 

DAILY, per hnnnm, |7 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum, 4 00 

six months 3 50 " six months, 2 50 

per mouth, GO Weekly per year, 2 00 

COL. J. R LEWELLYJN, 

Superintendent. 



THE DAY BOOK, 

JSTorfolk, Va. 

[ESTABMSIIED IN 1857] 

Tie Largest Circnlatioi in tic City aiifl tie Coonty 

Of Anj^ No^'iblk Paper. 



DAILY DAY-BOOK, - - . - $4 00 

TRI-WEEKLY, - - - . . 3 qo 

WEEKLY. - - 1 00 

J OEM R. HA THA WA Y, 

Editor and Proprietor. 

W. E FOSTER, Associate Editor. 



LXXII ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Barbee's Hotel, 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 

Opiiosite the Dejiot, 

W. Gr. BAEBEE, Prop. 

^ 

Daily 



Sol. Baer & Eros., 

18 Market Street, WILMINGTON, N. C. 

MANUFACTDREKS OF 










<^ 



WHOLESALE AKD KETAIL DEALERS IN 



Hals an4 Caps, Dry (Joofls, Lliens, Mi, Cloll Cloab, 

A Large Assortment of Stationery, &c. 

Our Cloth was Manufactured from the Best Material and 
will give Satisfaction. 

WhcUsaU attd Retail Beulerg in the Bent Quality City-Made 

ISoots SLXXC3L Slxoes 

FOR LADIES, MISSES, MEN AND BOYS, 

Which will be sold at the lowest prices, and warranted to give satisfaction 



•UMMHMMiuaaaMaiai 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LXXIII 






^E^TB>MQ)Wi& 




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CHATHAM COUNTY. 



ISTortli Oa^rolina.. 



?) 4^t, 



t> ^SB^^f) 



PRINCIPAL. 



18 OF THE LATEST AND 

Most Approved Order, 



TliorouLg-li, 

M in fill Accori with tie Name of the InstlliliOD 



SK=S 



LXXIV ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE MESSENGER. 

G-OLDSBORO', N. C. 



The Democratic organ of the Counties of Wayne Lenoir, Duplin, and 

Greene. 

Oneyear $8.00 

Six Monf.hs 4.00 

Three " 2.00 

One " 0.75 



^DVERTISINa. 

THE MESSENGER has a circulation equal to any Daily in the StatP' 
and is constantly increasing. Published on the Great Thoroughfare 
of travel between the North and South, its geographical location renders 
it the VERY BEST Advertising Medium in the country. 

1^ ADVERTISEMENTS are inserted in the Daily Messenger at 
the following rates : 

A Square one Month $8.00 

" " three " 18.00 

" " six " 30.00 

" " one year 48,00 

Longer Advertisements at proportionate contract rates. Transient mat- 
ter is charged one Dollar for the first, and Fifty cents for each subsequent- 
insertion. 

An inch and a half lengthwise the column constitute a square. 

IS PUBLISHED 

DAILY AND TRI-¥EEKLT, 

BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PRINTERS. 

AT 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 

SMITH, WATSON & Co. 

J. M. SMITH, P. S. M'LAUGLIN, 

J. M, WATSON, GASTON PAUL, 



TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 

Daily, one year, . - - • - $6 00 

Tri -Weekly, one yar, - * - - 3 50 



LXXV 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GREAT IMPROVEMENT IN 










SENSITIVE TEETH Filled WITHOUT PAIE 

— »-*•• « 

By a simple application the Tooth is rendered insensible 
to pain during the operation of filling, 

Jt^" Every operation warranted to give satisfaction. Charges as low as 
any Dentist in this city. Teeth extracted without pain. 

THOMAS B. CARE, M. D. 

No. 38, Market St- Wilmington, N- C- 

THE EAGLK 

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. 

M . J . M C SWEEN, 

EDITOIi PROPRIETOR, 

— ^-^^-m- ■ 

WEEKLY, one year, $3 00 

" six months, 2 00 

:E=L^t&s of -A-d-v^ei-tisiais- 

_ ___ —^ 

One Square, (1 inch or less) first insertion, $1 00 

" " each subsequent insertion, 60 

Eor 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, 20 squares, " " 75 00 

" " 20 " twelve " 200 Oo 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LXXVI 



PROPRIETORS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

MENDENHALL'S 

IMPROVED PATENT 

Self-Acting Hani Loom. 




Pateuted January 19th, 1864, 

AND 

August 29th, 1865. 



This Loom 

WEAVES 

] TO 40 YARDS PER DAY. 



By the tumine of nn easy crank, it lets off the warp, winds up the cloth, 
throws the shuttle and operates the treadles. 

By a change of connection between the Treadles and Harness, there may 
be woven upon the same waip. 

Plain Clotl, Jeans, Tweeds, Satinets, Blantet Twills, k. 

Price of Single Loom complete, $150 00 

" per Dozen, - - $1,500 00 

1^" Address with Stcamp, 

North Carolina Cottage Loom Co., 

RALEIGH, N. 0. 

«. ' — 

Executive Endorsement, 

Raleigh, N. 0., Aug, 18, 18C8 
Sir:— It rIvcb me pleasure to sav, that having examined and seen in operation the NORTH 
CAROLINA COTTAGE LOOM, I regard it as. simple, cheap, and as calculated to do good 
work, rapidly with very little power. I would bo glad to see this Loom in general use 
among our people, as I am satisfied it would be as profitable in many respects as it is cheap 
and convenient It would be especially advantageous if employed in the work-houses of the 
State. Very respectfully, 

W. W. HOLDEN. 
Governor of North Carolina. 



Raleigh, Aug. 28th 1868 
At the request of W. H Cunlntrgim, General Agent, I have examined the Mendenhall 
Loom in operation. I make no pretensions to skill in weaving or to mechanical ingenuity, 
but as far as I am capable of judging by observation, together with certificates as to its use 
in other States, I am satisfied this is a very ingenious and very useful invention giving en- 
couragement to home enterprise and useful employment to female industry. 

JONATHAN WORTH. 
Late Governor of North Carolina. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. LXXVII 



III m0ii0lie HiW!^ 



WELDON, N. C, 

PUBLISAED BY 

STONE & UZZELL. 



SUBSCEIFTIOJV. 

ONE YEAR, $4 00 

SIX MONTHS, 2 00 

THREE MONTHS, 1 00 

The NEWS is an Excellent Advertising Medium. 



^ ^VtMx^ |amilu fuw^pnp^r, 



PUBLISHED AT 



Morganton, N. ( -. 



By J. O. H. NUTALL- 



TuE Pkess has a large and increasing circulation, and presents tlie 

BEST MEDIUM TO AD YI:R USERS, 

IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. 
$2.50 for One Year. ' $1.50 for Six Months. 



LXXVIII 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Atlantic & North Carolina Railroad, 




^ISTD THE 

Norlli Caroliia &raM Tml Railroai 

And all Foints on the North Carolina and its 
Connecting Railroads to the 

SEABOARD AT IW-BERNE AND MOREHEAD CITY. 



The Stale owns three-fovtrths of the North Carolina Raihoad, and three-fourths of the 
Atlantic and North CaroUna Railroad. This is the 



To its own Seaports, and on its own Eoad. A six per cent, dividend on this line wiU save 
thfi peopleifrom taxation $ii95,000 per annum. This is the Line to encourage. You get 
dispatch, safety, but one handling, and less Eailroad transportation shan by ^ny other Uno. 
Thjee-tburths of the profits made on this line go directly into the State Treasury, and if 
encouraged, you wiU soon be releived from heavy taxation at least two hundred and ninety- 
five thousand dollars. 

The Eaih-oads composing the NORTH CAROLINA GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY 
Line have recently agreed to unite in a 

GREAT THROUGH LIKE ROUTE 

to all the Northern Markets, on equal terms and charges, via our own ports to and from 
the North. 

For information about shipping, apply to Mess;-s. 

"" 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 

ED. E. STANLEY, President, 

*!New Berne, N. C. 



ADVEKTISEMENTS. 



LXXIX 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Staple ai Fij Drj M 



EI1A1¥-MJ 



LIQIRS OF ALL KINDS, 



Corner Fayetteville <£• Hargett Streets, 



THE 

EVA8GELICAL LUTHEKAK 

A Weekly Religious Journal, edited and published by 



The Recognized Organ of the Luther- 
ran G-en. Synod of North America. 



PUBLISHEDiJEVERY THURSDAY IN CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



One year $3.00 ; Six Months, $1.75. Payable on receipt [ 
of first number. No subscription received for less than six 
months. 



LXXX 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WM H, JONES, 
Late Cashier Bank of Cape Fear. 



JA8. A. MOOEE, 
Late Teller Bank of Cape Fear. 



W. H. JONES & CO., 




\^^(^ (^ fPf^ 



Fayetteville Street, 



WLM&mTi^'m,. m^ 



® 



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PUBLISHED DAILY EY 



I mi\t 



D® S«g*D» 



im(i 






Editor and Proprietoi;*. 



Office, Dcavson Banli Building, Front St. 



One year, in advance, $7 00 

ALSO 

NORTH CAROLINA FARMER. 

Frice $2 00 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LXXXI 



WILMINGTON, CHIIRIOTTE & RUTHLRFORO R, R. 




EASTERN DIVISION 



-RUNNING FROM— 



UBglii to iimrlit 

Via Rockijighajn and^ Wadesboro' 

Now Complete to tie Pee Dee River, 120 



wmm mmw m@if ®mi®® 



w 



Across North East and Cape Fear counects this Road with the City of Wilmington, and 

Ensures Prompt Shipment of Passengers 

AND PRODUCE. 



The Rolling Stock ig of the latest and most approved style, and the road promptly run, 
with safety to persons and good s. 

The Road will, when completed, connect with the best portions of Western North Carolina 
and in the direction of East Tennessee, and will be the shortest and most direct route from 
eincinnati to the Atlantic Coast. 

ROBT. H. COWAN, President, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



LXXXII 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Ivee 



mmv 



wmim» 



I 



AVHOLESALE AND KETAIL 






m luii}^ if^ liW ^ 



9 



lOnjcamore Street, 
Petersburg, Ya. 



B@=- The special attention of RETAIL DRUGGISTS is 
called to our stock, which will be furnished on reasonable 
terms. 

B®* Send for Circulars descriptive of our popular spec- 
ialties. 



Wholbsale and setail dealer in 



DRY GOODS, 



AND 



No. 25, Sycamore Street, 



-V" 



KE ^^ATKST AND ^i> ]£ S T ^TYLES 



Al^vays on Hand. 
l^^ Country Merchants ! Give ns a call ! 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LXXXIII 



Whm W%mt%^mmtwimi%m 



Of THE 




WILMINGTON, CHARLOTTE & RUTHERFORD R. R. 



Runnino: from 



Charlotte to Cherryville, 



m%% w©si ©i u 



This Road runs through a rich and beau- 
tiful country, and one finely adapted 
to Mining and Manufactmdng -purposes. 



'^^ The Eoad is in good running order, and in- 
sures safety to Passengers and Freight. 

B. S. dUION, Presiflem, 

Lincolntony J^. C, 



T •[ ;;s 



LXXXIV ADVERTISEMENTS. 



TiHIEI 



JOURNAL OF COMMERCE, 

HAVING BEEN ENLARGED AND OTHERWISE IMPEOVED, IS.NOW ACKNOWLEDGED 
TO BE ONE OF THE 

It is one of the best dailies in the South. It offers the greatest Inducements to the reading 
pubUc of North Carolina, and should as it does, command their most liberal support. 



TERMS OF THEJDAILY. 

The DAILY JOURNAL, in its enlarged form, -wiU be mailed to subscribers out of tbo 
city, or delivered to those in it, at the very low.price, as follo-srs : 

Twelve months $8 00 I Six months $4 00 

Three mouths, 2 50 | One month, 1 CO 



The Journal Job Office, is surpassed by but few, in any, in the South. It compriBe* 
over a hundred and fifty diflerent fonts of New and Fashionable Style of Job Type, 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 
Moat Improved Steam Power Presses, and in the very best styles of the art Our motto 
being Dispatch and Economy. 

S. D. POOL, Editor and Proprietor. 

New Bernei N. CX 



NORFOLK VIRGINIAN. 



1^1^ 



PUBLISHED BY S. HODGES & COMPANY. 
JAMES BARRON HOPE, EDITOR. 



TERMS, 

ONE YEAR $5 00 

SIX MONTHS, 8 00 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LXXXV 



Kept in the best style by 

I, A. ¥f&S¥ ami B. W. ®@m? 



9> 



MMeri^Jfifffiller. 






.® "W® 



work done promptly and in durable style. 



J. R. Morehead & Co., 



^S) 



[iw iiiMii m. 



Orders Promptly Filled, 

AND GOODS 

Forwarded or Disposed of with Dispatch. 



LXXXVI ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Kortl) Carolina |3rtsbgkrian. 

REV. J. M. SHERWOOD, EDITOR. 



. TERMS-THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM- 

HAvmo THE Labgest Circulation in the State, the Presbyte- 
rian AFFORDS a 

#.ALUABLE ^E»I\/M OX" ^ 



-A.11 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 

Rev. J. M. SHERWOOD, 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C- 



WEEKLY COURIER, 

WARRENTON, N- C- 

L E BENNETT, Proprietor. 

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 

IN ADVANCE $2.00 » 

Advertisements will be inserted at the following rates : 
One dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each 
subsequent insertion ; a square consists of one inch apace or less. 

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 

One column one year $125 00 

" " six months 65 00 

" " threemonths 45 00 

Half column one year 65 00 

" " six months. 54 00 

" " threemontns 30 00 

One square one year 18 00 

" " sixmonths 10 00 

" " threemonths 7 00 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LXXXVII 



ikWil 



«») 



AUTHORIZED GAPIIAL $500,000,00, 



John G. Williams, 


President. 


W. E. Anderson, 


Cashier. 


S. C. WHITE, 


Teller. 


Wm, primrose, Jr. 


Book keeper 


E. Burke Haywood, Jr. 


- Clerk. 



^I^EPOSITS Received, Collections made, Revenue Stamps for sale, Gold 
<tk£p and Silver, Old Bank Notes, all kinds of United States and North 
Carolina Bonds bought and sold. 



DOUGLAS BELL, 



-AND— 




FATETTEVILLE STREET, 



P^^^I-iIBIG-H, UNT. O. 



LXXXVIII 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



wiTim i.s.Tim. i¥ 




W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO.. 

WHOLESALE AND KBTAIL DEALERS IN 

P§Elieif 4111 liMliM® 










Wats, Boots, Shoes, 8jc, 

One of the'Oldest and Largest Dry G-oods Establishments 
in the State. 

Their Prices, both at WHOLESALE and Retail, are as low as any Honse in the 
BOUTHEKN STATES. 

Tlioir IVCotto : 
^' Quick Sales and Small Profits ; 
The Best Goods at the Lowest Trices J^ 

W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & Co., 

IRON-FRONT BITILDING, Nos. 23 & 25, FayetteviUe St , 

:e=l.^I-iEig-i3:, i<r. o. 



LXXXXIX 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE 





T!ie Orpii of tlie Kortli Carolina 



Published Weekly in Raleigh, N. C, 

IN THE IKTEllESTS OP 

METHODISM. 



r^ev. J. B. BOBBITT, Editor. 



imii§ilpilM Prlc©, $t 



A 



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TAPPEY &LUMSDEN, / 

PETERSBURG, VA ' 




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Petersburg, Va 



o 





PH 
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XC ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Charles L, Ludwig, 

1001 Main Street, 
RICHMOJ^D, Fei. 




1^¥W .,.w ...1 „^. 




ML JJ. 




K2^^ 






f 



AND PRINTER OF 



Maps, Claris, BanI Notes, aM Fine Wort Generally. 
Carolina Watchman, 

ESTABLISHED IN 1832, 

J . J. BRTJISrER, 

Editor and Proprietor. 



The Watchman circulates extensively in 
Western JSforth Carolina, 



AND IS ONE OF THE 



OLDEST PAPERS IN THE STATE. 
A. good advertising medinni. 
Price $8.00 per year. 



■MMBBBMMaMi 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XCI 



BALTIMORE 

EPISCOPAL METHODIST. 

Office, Jfo, ^9 Lexington St. 

Between Charles and St. Paul^Streets, 

BA.LTIMOEE, MiD. 

For One Year, Single Subscription $4 00 

Club Rates 3.00 

INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. 



A Paper for the People. 

The Baltimore Episcopal Methodist, while it is able and fearless 
in its defense of the doctrines and polity of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South, it is in no partizan sense denominati na . 

It is a Metropolitan paper, addtpted to every part ox our country, and 
receives the support of Clergymen and Christians of all denominations. 

It is an independaut paper, and as such has been self-suppoting, without 
involving the Church or Conference in the labor or expence of ihe enter- 
prise. 

It is eagerly sought for by the children as well as by adults, and abounds 
with the most useful information in every department — Secular and Re- 
ligeous. 

It is a most efficient, constant and successful assistant to our Ministers 
in their pulpit and pastorial work. 



MECHANICAL AND 




Office over Pescud's Drugstore, 

Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Nitrous Oxide Gas. 






Office Hours. 

From 8, A. M., to 1, P. M., and from 3, to 6. P. M. [ 



, XCII 



ADVERTISEMENTS.' 



ROBORT H. BRADLEY. 



CHAS. D. CHRISTOPHERS' 



Bradley & Christopliers, 

(Near the Yarbrougb House.) 

F ft y ett er ill e S t r eet , 

ISI. o. 



HEALEKS IX 



French and Aiiiericaii Coiiftctionsries, Friiits, &c. 



©r« 



Cakes of all Descriptions. 



PRESERVES, TICKLES, CATSUPS, CAMED FRUITS, OYSTERS^ 
(fee, &c., <tc. 

Also, Fine Cigars, Smoking & Chewing Tobacco, 

Orders respectfully Solicited and Promptly Filled. 
ESTABLISHED IN 1850- 



WEINSTEIN & BRO., 



Wholesale and petail Dealers in 







^^W '^^^ EOOTS, SHOE S,'t^::£, ' _ ' 

^^^^m^^^ Ladifis k Gents Furaishing Goods -^^^^i 



cU^ Ladies & Gents Furaishin. 

Notions, Caps, &c 



Corner of PoUok and 3Iiddle Streets, 




nNrEiA7\r:BEii=Lixr, :]Nr- o. 



TO FRUIT AND TRUCK GROWERS. 



WILMINGTON & WELDON R R CO., 

Wilmington^ N. 6!, March li), ISGU. 

The follcnving directions for putting up and forwarding packages are publislied 
for the information of all concerned : 

A train will leave Wilmington daily, except Sundays, as soon the business will 
justify it, say by the 10th or lotli of April, at about 5 o'clock, P. M., stopping at all 
stations for produce, and reaching Portsmouth in time for the Steamers to Balti- 
more, Philadelphia and New York. Schedule of time and rates to be given in a 
few weeks. 

The following directions should l»e observed to insure the best prices : 
Forward Berries in crates made for the purpose, holding (juart or pint baskets or 
boxes, it is a saving, as they arrive in good order and tlie crates can be returned at 
a very trifling expense. 

Tomatoes, Peaches, Pears and Quinces in busliel slat boxes. 

Forward all other Vegetables and Apples in flour barrels, or similar barrels made 
for the purpose, with osnaburg or bagging cloth tops, and with one inch auger holes 
in the sides and bottom. 

Fill barrels as full as possible before covering, to prevent too much slackness after 
settling, and have the contents of uniform quality, not topped oft' with the best ar- 
ticles for show ; it injures tlae sales, as that brand is avoided after i\\e first sales. 

Mark packages plainly, on top and side, also mark owner's initials in corner and 
-J irTtere from — unless the forwarder has a stencil plate, from some house in one of the 
cities to which he forwards his produce, on which is a number that is known to the 
house, and by which all his packages are known to that house. 

I recommend this method of stencil marking as far the best that has been sug- 
gested, as it not only enables the producer to mark plainly, but enables the com- 
mission merchant whose name is on the stencil to know, by number, from whom the 
packages come, which is all-important, as vegetables and fruit travel faster than 
the mails frequently. Merchants will supply the stencil plates, brushes, &c., free 
upon application. 

Send Bills of Lading. l)y mail, to your merchant, though your produce is fre- 
quently sold l)efore it arrives. 

Peach and Potato boxes must hold one bushel, and will be 24 inches long, 15 
inches wide and 9f inches deep, with a division in the middle. The ends and mid- 
dle piece should be made of f inch thick stuff, the sides f inch stuft" — cypress if 
possible — finished off neatly and stencil marked on both end-*. 

Inferior stock in good packages commands better prices than good stock in infe- 
rior packages — (rough unsightly packages.) But good stock in neat packages will 
always l)ring the highest market prices, and that brand will always be sought after 
by purchasers. 

Arrangements can be made if desired, to return barrels and crates at about 10 
cents each, to producers on this road. 

S. L. FREMONT, 

Form of Stencil. Chief Eug. & Gen, Sni>t. 

John Jones is recorded on John Smith's books as No. 10, 
hence all packages thus marked are from Jones, 



JOHN SMITH, 

No. 10. 
Baltimore, Md. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



XCIII 



131 



ivL ^5^ h: I-. E :fl , 



MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 




WATCHES St JEWELRY 




i§Iil aei SIIiTlE w A**«, 



SILVEH-PLATED WARE, SPECTACLES, &o, 

Watch-Eepairing and Engraving promptly executed. 

Masonic Jewels, Seals, k., MMm^ to Order. 

Hair Jezuelry rfiade to Orde7\ 

WkgMm Fffit© pali fm @M i tli M nmm^ 

OPPOSITE THE MARKET PLACE, 

I^ A, L E I & H , IsT. C. 

TH^ESERf SESTISEL 

fir,t]i, Fj.'j/li] C).u;/, i C. 

EDITOR. 



THE SENTINEL is a good Advertising Medium, 

AS IT CIRCULATES IN 

All k Westefii Counlies of Hofth Cafolina, 

' TERMS MODERATE. 



To EduLOS^toz's. 



L 



We beg to call attention to our large stock of valuable Educa- 
tional Works, adapted to the requirements of Colleges, and of 
Schools of all grades. We publish : 

Anthon's Classical Series ; 

The most complete Classical Series publised in America 

Loomis's Mathematical Series ; 

The favorite in American Colleges and Academies. 

Uirtius's and Smith's Greek and Latin Series ; 

PecuUarly adapted to the needs of High Schools and Academies. The two first Latin 
Books are now ready. 

Hooker's Series on the Natural Sciences ; 

The only complete and progressive Series, In Eight Books, viz., a. Childs Book of 
Mature m Three Parts, a SmaU Chemistry, a Large Chemistry, and Text-Books on 
isatiu-al Philosophy, Natural History, and Mineralogy and Geology. 

T owler s Grammars ; 

■Which have eUcited the highest encomiums from the greatest American and Europe- 
an pmiologists. Three Books, adapted respectively to the requirements of CoUeges, 
Academies, and Common Schools. 

Dalton's Physiology ; 

Just published, and'^ah-eady adopted by several leading CoUeges. 

btments Histories ; 

CcJmprising Smith's Greece, Liddell's Rome, Student's France, Student's Hume, Stu- 
aent s Gibbon, and Smith's Old and New Testament Histories. Each History Complete 
^? °5® f ?" "^'o'u'^e. We have also smaller Histories of Greeece. Rome, and England, 
abridged from the above, .15. 

Dictionaries and Lexicmis ; 

Both Greek and Latin. Also Classical Dictionaries, aud Dictionaries of Antiquities. 

Classical Libraries ; 

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Drapers Physiologies ; 

CI i-I^V^if'^^ original. Illustrated by Drawings from Photographs. 

balkeld's First hook in Spanish ; 

Well adapted to the needs of a. I classes of learners 

Kmipp s French Grammar and Reader ; 

Written by an American who fuUy apreciated the difficulties of American pupils. 

Parker s aids to English Composition ; 

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both in Prose and Verse. o t- t 

Wilson's Readers ; 

The most valuable Reading Books before the publie. Two SpeUers, a Primer, and 
Seven Readers. ' r > . « 

Wilson's and Calkins' Charts ; 

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Teaching Elementary Sounds in a manner which enables any teacher to use them. 

French's Arithmetics ; 

A Series ol rare merit and originahty. Three now ready 

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A Colection ef Sacred Hyms for Devotional Exercises in Schools. 

O" VTE PUBLISH MANY OTHBB INVALUABLI TEXT-BOOKS. '=©gl 

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