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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 

AT CHAPEL HILL 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 

PRESENTED BY 

J.S. Claypoole, Jr. 



C971.25 

N533h1 

1893 



DE TELLER CIGARS. 

Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 



RTISEMENTS. 



HN & CO., 

and 122 Middle Street. 

THE FINEST SELECTED 

^ Horses, 

)11 L . . Males . . 

ibleS ''''' Ponies 

that can be found. 

|ES, 
RTS, HARNESS, 

AND LAP ROBES. 



DON'T FORGET! 



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92 Middle Street, 

(Nearly Opposite Hotel Albert.) 



E,S. Street, 

£al^5, l,iV^ry 

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Buggies, 
harness, 

and 

.*. . THE BEST ROAD CART IN THE MARKET. . . . 









■ '-''M CAROLINA COLLECTIO! 

SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. "^ 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 

ADVERTISEMENTS. 3 



J. A. JONES 




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Exchange . . . 




Stables 



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fi WELL SELECTED STOCK OF 



Horses and Mules 



Always on Hand and for Sale 
at Reasonable Prices - - - 



Everything Guaranteed as Represented, 



i^BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY AT MOST 
REASONABLE CHARGES. 



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Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 
ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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No. 50 MIDDLE STREET, 

'^^Manafaetarers of Sbirts, 

^^^^Pants, Drawers, &c,, &c. 

SHOES A SPECIALTY — . 



LOVICK & CO., Ma7iagers. 



THOS. A. GREEN, Pres. 
Wm. DUNN, Vice-Pres. 
C. E. FOY, Cashier. 
H. M. GROVES, Teller. 



(itizens Bank 

^-^ " HeiP Bern, H. C, 



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DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 



The Accounts of Banks, Bankers, Corporations, Farmers, 
Merchants and Others Received on Favorable Terms. 
Prompt and Careful Atteution Given to the Interests of 
our Customers. 

> BOARD OF directors: 

Ferdinand Ulrich, J. 'A, Meadows, Samuel W. Ipock, 

Chas. H. Fowler, William Dunn, E. W. Smallwood, 

Geo. N. Ives, E. H. Meadows, Chas. Duflfy, Jr. 

Chas. Reizenstein, James Redmond, Meyer Hahn, 

Thos. A. Green, C. E. Foy. 

■^J. V. JORDAN*^ 
Druggist •:• and •:• Apothecary. 

FRESCRIPTIONS A SFECIALTY. 

144 Middle and 52 Broad Sts.. 

NEW BERNE, N. C. 



SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. 

Frauk Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 
ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. H. BENTON, M. D., D. D. S., 

* DENTIST * 



Office, No. 99 Middle Street, d^^:^ NEW-BERNE, N. C. 

>9®"SECOND F"LOOR.-=538i 



J. A. MEADOWS, 

_ UNION POINT 



Proprietor . [VJARINE . . . 

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STEAM Dealer in 

OQIQT MEAL, CORN, 
vOIIaIo I OATS, HAY. 

MILLS FEED. Etc. 

OUR HOUSE _««ta^ 

J. W. HARRELL, Proprietor, 

Wines, Liquors, - .^^£eading Saloon, 
Beer, Ales, &c. * 

' BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR. 

-^-OPEN ALL NIGHT 

No. 26 Middle St.. NEW BERNE, N. C. 



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6 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

THOMAS BOWJDKN, 

Wines, hiqaoKS, Ales, Beer, 

bigars ai^o oobacco 



4S-FULL LINE BOTTLED GOODS — 

Agent for the Anheuser-Busch Standard Export Beer. 

Robert Portner Brewing Company's Draught Beer a Specialty. 

The Old Blue Store, No. 52 Middle St. 



P. M. DRANEY, 



No. 99 SOUTH FRONT STREET, 
DEAI.ER IN 



Hardware^ Sash, 



^^^Doors and Blinds. 

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AND ALIv KINDS OF 

HEATING STOVES. 



HANCOCK'S BOARBIN& HOUSE, 



TERMS 



$1 Per Day. 
105 Hancock St., New-Berne, N. C. Single Meal, 35c. 

C. T. HANCOCK, - - Proprietor. Lodging, 25c. 

THREE-QUARTERS OF A SQUARE FROM DEPOT, CONVE- 
NIENT TO THE BUSINESS PORTION of the CITY. 



V&'Good Fare, Comfortable Rooms and Beds, 

EVERYTHING NEAT AND CLEAN. 



SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 

ADVERTISEMENTS. 7 

WILLIAM T. CAHO, 
siAttorney and oounselor at jIslw, 

OFFICE, No. 75 SOUTH FRONT STREET, 

J8@^Practices in the Superior, Supreme and Federal Courts of the State. 

All business will be promptly attended to with 

skill and ability. 



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WEST. END DRUG CO., 

No. 153 Broad Street, 
--^NEW BERNE, N. C.^F— 

'Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day or Night. 



W. S. PHILLIPS, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Harness, Saddles, Collars, &c. 

^^^^= ALL HAND-MADE WORK. 

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94 MIDDLE STREET. 



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OFFICE : 

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SECOND FLOOR. 

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AttorffiH CoDDsellor at Law , 

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JAMES W. WATERS, 

Morney -> Coisellor at Law, 

55 SOUTH FRONT STREET. 

NEW BERNE, N. G. 



CLARK k CLARK, 
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• • • 

No. 79 POLLOCK STREET, 
NEW BERNE, N. C. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



OF THE 



CITY OF NEW BERNE, N. G. 



TO WHICH IS ADDED HISTORICAL AND STATISTICAL 
MATTER OF INTEREST. 



COMPILED BY HATCHETT & WATSON. 



F»RICE, SI. 25. 



RALEIGH, N. C: 

Edwards & Broughton, Printers and Binders. 

1893. 



SMOKE LA FI.OR DE TELLER CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 



EDITORIAL NOTES. 



In offering this Directory and compilation of statistical 
and historical matter to the people of New Berne, we tender 
thanks for assistance rendered by a number of citizens. It is 
not claimed to be a full and complete Directory, but is thought 
to be sufficiently correct to answer all practical purposes, and 
to be ample value for the price charged. Hoping it may be 
satisfactory to patrons, we consign it to their kind considera- 
tion. HATCIIETT & WATSON. 
New Berne, N. C, October 15, 1893. 



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Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 



HISTORICAL AND STATISTICAL MATTER ABOUT THE 
CITY OF NEW BERNE 

F-RO>/r A. U. 1710 TO A. D. 1893. 



COMPILED BY A. HATCHETT. 



CITY GOYERNMENT, 1893-'94. 

Corporation Courts are held in City Hall, on Craven street 
between Pollock and South Front. Officers are elected 
annually. At present they. are: 

Mayor AVilliam Ellis. 

Clerk and Tax Collector W. D. AVallace. 

Attorney Stephen C. Bragaw. 

Treasurer H. J. Lovick. 

Port Physician R. S. Primrose, M. D. 

COUNCILMEN. 

Charles Reizenstein, J. E. Latham, 

Edward Gerock, J. F, Clark, 

H. J. Lovick, F. Ulrich, 

V. A. Crawford, J. W. Eubanks. 

POLICE department. 

James T. Lewis, Chief. 
J. K. Lanek, J. B. Dixon, 

Eli Elliot, Thomas J. Toler, 

Henry T. Brinson. 

(The latter Sanitary Officer.) 

Sexton Cedar Grove Cemetery — D. H. Stallings. 
Sexton Greenwood Cemetery — D. Bert. 

united states officers. 

Postmaster — W. E, Clark. 

Collector of Customs — Robert Hancock. 

Clerk United States District Court — George Green. 



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Frank Teller Si Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 

12 • NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 



GEOGRAPHICAL POSITION. 

Mr. Frank A. Heywood, in his pamphlet, "The Norfolk 
and Southern Railroad and its Commercial Tributaries," 
says: 

"New Bern is the natural base of commercial operations 
for Eastern North Carolina, and there you had best go if you 
desire a perfect home, and there you must go if you expect 
to find the perfect comforts not to be obtained except in those 
localities where the advantages are accrued by large com- 
munities congregating together." 

Mr. Jonathan Havens, in his "Pamlico Section," says, cor 
redly: 

"The city of New Bern is beautifully situated at the junc- 
tion of the Neuss and Trent rivers, the Neuse forming its 
eastern and the Trent its southern boundary — both wide and 
beautiful streams. * * * Owing to its situation at the 
junction of two wide rivers, and only twenty-eight statute 
miles from the ocean, the winters are mild and the summer 
west greatly modified by the daily sea-breeze from the south- 
heat and southeast." 

From Mr. Washington Bryan's Pland-book, " New Berne 
as a Health Resort," I quote the following: 

"The entire winter frequently passes without snow, and 
sleets are practically unknown, tlie thermometer seldom reg- 
istering below the freezing point." 

NEW BERNE AS A HOME 

There is, perhaps, no other city in the United States where 
such conditions exist for a pleasant home as in New Berne. 
Blessed with a most delightful and healthy climate, the 
death rate being less than that of any city in the South, 
from a higienic standpoint it is without a rival. Churches 
of all the Protestant denominations are in its confines, and 
are well attended. Schools, both public and private, are of 
high grade and conveniently located; her professional men 
are known prominently all over the State ; and her moral 
and intellectual reputation is as exalted to-day as when 
she was deservedly named the " Athens of North Carolina," 
some sevent}"^ years ago. Well drained streets, lined with 



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NEW BEKNE CITY DIRECTORY. 13 

magnificent shade trees lend additional beauty to the ele- 
gant private residences sitting back among evergreens and 
flower-bedecked yards, with which no placeof thissize in the 
country can compare. Tiie buildings generally are not only 
sightly, but comfortable, and rents are reasonably low. The 
cost of living, if you so choose, can be made almost nominal. 
The products of the waters— oysters, clams, shrimps, escal- 
lops, and seventy different kinds of fish — are so plentiful in 
the market that the average price of fresh fish does not 
exceed two cents a pound. The very centre of the best truck- 
ing section in the country, fresh vegetables can be had the 
year round at prices to suit the most economical. The con- 
tiguous farming country supplies the butchers with excel- 
lent beef and mutton, while the huntsmen bring in a profu- 
sion of wild game — ducks of various varieties, squirrels, 
deer, bear, geese, partridges, etc. — to tickle the palate of 
the epicure. But, greater than all these in the considera- 
tion of a home, is the character of the people, kind, courteous, 
chivalric, honorable and generous. To the labor seeker, the 
lumbermen and the truck farmers give ready employment 
the year round at good wages. Ttie two railroads and the 
various lines of steam and sail-boats give ample facility for 
both passengers and freight to any quarter. 

Summing up. New Berne has more advantages and fewer 
drawbacks as a place of residence than any other prosperous 
business city on the map. 

The new water supplied by the Water- works Company 
from artesian wells, will add to the health and comfort of 
citizens, while the Electric Street Railway, now being con- 
structed, will give ready and cheap transportation to every 
part of the city. 

Three banks afford ample money facilities, and local 
panics are unknown. 

NEW BERNE. 

1st. The Name. — It was named by Baron De Graffenried, 
the first settler, Newbern, after his native city of Bern in 
Switzerland, in 1710, and the official records from the colonial 
days to the late war so spell it. For twenty-odd 3'ears both 
official documents and common custom have used the spell- 



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14 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

ing of this caption, until recently the Postoffice Department 
has returned to the ancient style. This the citizens of the 
place dissent from and continue to use the modern accepta- 
tion as right and proper. Possibly the more correct orthog- 
raphy would be New Bern, to distinguish it from old Bern 
in Switzerland, as New York is from old York in England. 

2d. Its Settlement. — The town was first settled in 1710 
by a colony of German and Swiss under Louis Mitchell and 
Baron De Graffenried. A few emigrants from the Virginia 
colonies had preceded them in 1707 and settled along the 
Neuse and Trent rivers. In 1711 the colony was suddenly 
attacked b}' Indians and some sixty of their number were 
killed. Assistance arriving from Virginia and South Caro- 
lina, the Indians were besieged at Fort Barnwell, eighteen 
miles from here, and those not killed were made prisoners. 

The compiler is indebted to Mr. W. H. Oliver for the fol- 
lowing extracts from the official records: 

A. D. 1723. At a meeting of the Assembly held at Eden- 
ton the 23d day of November, 1723, the following act was 
passed : *' Whereas, a certain plot of ground, being part of a 
tract of land lying in the fork of Neuse river, late belonging 
to Hon. Col. Thomas Pollock, deceased, but now the prop- 
erty of Mr. Cullen Pollock, was formerly laid out into a town- 
ship by the name of Newbern (describing it), be it enacted 
by his Excellency the Palatine, and the rest of the true and 
lawful Proprietors of the Province of Carolina, by and with 
the advice and consent of the rest of the members of the 
General Assembly now met at Edenton, that the same is 
hereby declared, confirmed and incorporated into a township 
by the name of Newbern." Signed : William Reed, Esq., 
President; T. Pollock, M. Moore, Charles Gates and John 
Lovick, Lords Proprietors. 

A. D. 1738. The first Assembly held at Newbern, Gabriel 
Johnston, Esq., Governor. 

A. D. 1739. Assembly held at Newbern. An act "for 
erecting the village called Newton in New Hanover County 
into a town and township by the name of Wilmington." 

A. D. 1747. Assembly held at Newbern. An act " to erect 
the upper part of Craven County into a county by the name 
of Johnston County." 

A. D. 1751. Assembly held at Newbern. An act " to con- 
firm the four lots in Newbern for the use of the public for- 



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NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 15 

ever." John Stanl}^ Edward Griffith and Jeremiah A^ail 
appointed to carry on and perfect the pubUc building in the 
town of Newbern. That four lots of land, numbers 248, 249, 
250 and 251, in the town of Newbern is for the use of the 
public forever, 

A. D. 175G. Assembly at Newbern; Arthur Dobbs, Esq., 
Governor. An act " for the better regulation of the town of 
Newbern, and for the election of five Commissioners, who 
are required to take the following oath : * I do swear that I 
will execute the office of a Commissioner of the town of 
Newbern faithfully, impartially and truly.'" 

A. D. 17G7. Assembly held at Newbern. An act "for 
building a court-house in the town of Newbern, Said to 
be built on the public lots in the town of Newbern, or at the 
intersection of Broad street." 

A. D. 17G6. Assembly at Newbern, William Tryon, Esq., 
Governor. An act "to erect a convenient building in the 
town of Newbern for the residence of the Governor or Com- 
mander-in-chief." (The Colonial Palace foundation walls 
now stand at the foot of George street) 

A. D. 1766, An act "to establish a school-house in the 
town of Newbern." (The old Academy building.) Signed 
by William Tryon, Esq., Governor; James Hasell, President; 
John Harvey, Speaker. "That James Davis, of the town of 
Newbern, be appointed Printer to this Province for the 
term of three years." 

A. D. 1773. Josiah Martin, Governor; Richard Caswell, 
Speaker. Assembly held at Newbern, An act "to pur- 
chase a fire-engine, buckets and ladders, and for the erection 
of pumps." 

A, D, 1774. Assembly held at Newbern. An act "to 
compel the inhabitants of the town of Newbern to pay 
their taxes." (This being the last meeting of the Coloiiial 
General Assembly.) 

A, D. 1776. First meeting after independence was held 
at Halifax, 17 days of December, 1776. 

A. D, 1777. "Meeting held at Newbern. An act "to 
establish a loan office in Newbern." 

A. p. 1868. Raleigh. The General Assembly of North 
Carolina do enact: "That the corporation heretofore exist- 
ing as the Town of Newbern shall hereafter be established 
and known as the City of Newbern." 



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IG NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

MANUFACTURES. 

Among the largest manufactories in the State is the fertil- 
izer factory of Messrs. E. H. & J. A. Meadows, who put up 
seven or eight different brands by the thousand tons, of dif- 
ferent analysis, but all high grade and made principally of 
fish. 

The largest grain mill in Eastern North Carolina is that of 
Mr. J. A. Meadows at this place. 

A knitting factory of large capacity also forms an impor- 
tant part of New Berne's industrial enterprises. 

The principal manufacturing interest, however, is in lum- 
ber. Twelve saw and planing mills, the aggregate capacity 
of which amounts to hundreds of thousands of feet a day, 
convert the various kinds of timber so plentiful here into 
material for building houses and boats, and making furni- 
ture. About ninety per cent, of this lumber is shipped 
directly to Northern markets, to Europe and other foreign 
countries. 

There is one cigar factory. 

Engines, boilers and saw-mills are made here that com- 
pare favorably with those from other places. 

Sail-making is also one of the profitable industries. 

The two carriage factories turn out good work, and do a 
large business in the eastern part of the State. 

There are two large barrel factories finding ready sale for 
their output, particularly in the trucking season. 

Two large shingle mills ship by the car and boat load all 
over the country. 

The shirt factory sells all of its output without trouble. 

ATLANTIC & NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD CO. 

Directors appointed by the Governor : W. S. Chadwick, 
Beaufort, N. C, President; W. T. Caho, Bayboro, N. C; C. E. 
Foy, New Berne, N. C; Enoch Wadsworth, New Berne, N. C; 
S. W. Latham, New Berne, N. C; W» L. Kennedy, Falling 
Creek, N. C; W. W. Caraway, Kinston, N. C; Charles Dewey, 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Directors elected by the Stockholders : John M. Morehead, 
Charlotte, N. C; Demsey Wood, Falling Creek, N. C; T. D. 
Webb, Morehead City, N. C; L. H. Cutler, New Berne, N. C. 



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NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 17 

FISH MARKETS. 

In this connet-tion, a stamlard authority has said: "New 
Beiii bus one of ilie finest fish markets in the woild. It 
equal'r, if it (Jof-s not excel, in quantity, quality ai.d variety 
the far-famed fish market of Havana." The ap[)ended list 
will establisli tiie truth of this assertion, as also the further 
statement that "the oysters of New Bern are abundant and 
of superior quality as to size and flavor, those from New river 
being equal to the celebrated Lynuhaven." 

The different kinds of fish are sheephead, porgies, drum, 
red, Spanish mackerel, bluefish, speckled trout, yellow trout, 
mullets, starfish, butter perch, shad, herring, sunfish, redfins, 
sea mullets, pinfish, sand perch, hogfish, Welchman, stur- 
geon, suckers, buzzard shad, robins, chub robin, red horse, 
black sucker, speckled pusrch, white perch, catfish, grundles, 
gar, rock, moon, black, cod, jack, pickerel, toad fish, stingers, 
skates, carp, chinquepin perch, croaker, spot, flounder, blue 
joe robin, green gar, sea pike, sword, hickory shad, eels, abro- 
core, flat back, yellow fin shad, oyster-fish, black bass, and 
two varieties of shark, black drum, pike, white cat, black cat, 
blue cat, gray cat, making a total of sixty-six varieties 
remembered. 

To these are added other water products more famous: 
Turtle — the snapper, slider, sea turtle, chicken turtle, green 
turtle, and the epicure's delicious "diamond-back" terrapin; 
soft, hard-shell and stone crabs; escallops, shrimps, clams, 
oysters, of which latter both the New River and Nelson Bay 
are equally as good as the Lynnhaven in size and flavor. 

Thousands of packages of fish are shipped from here to 
New York,' Philadelphia, Baltimore and the interior towns 
of Virginia and the two Carolinas. They are brought to the 
packing-houses generally alive, boxed in ice and sent by 
express, reaching their destination before the ice melts or 
they become the least stale. The same system prevails in 
oysters. They are shipped as soon as opened, and are always 
fresh from the water. The cost of ice, manufactured here, is 
nominal, and enough of it is used in packing to keep ship- 
ments fresh. Some of the largest and most reliable shippers 
in the South are located here, and are represented by adver- 
tisements in this book. 
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18 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

PRODUCTS AND SHIPPING. 

Major John Ruok, Chief Engineer of the Norfolk, Wil- 
mington and Charleston Railroad (passing through New- 
Berne when completed. — Ed.), in his report to that company 
of July 15, 1892, has the following: 

" New Bern is a flourishing town, situated at the conflu- 
ence of the Neuse and Trent rivers, * * * a^d has a 
population of over 12,000 inhabitants." 

"In 189L there was shipped from New Bern over 100,- 
000,000 feet of lumber, going to various points in the North, 
in the States of Maryland, Delaware, New York, Pennsyl- 
vania, New Jerse}^, and the New England States." 

"In 1890 there was shipped from New Bern, by all lines, 
75,349 barrels of potatoes, 10,607 barrels of vegetables, 40,- 
932 half-crates of vegetables, 3,833 crates of eggs, 0,907 bar- 
rels of 03'sters, 241 tons of fresh fish, 100,000 cans of oysters, 
and 18,200 melons." (These figures are nearly doubled, 
since Major Ruok's report, as to truck. In his estimate of 
population at that time, now nearly correct, he probably 
included the suburb of James Citv. — Ed.) He further savs: 
" There is handled at New Bern from 46,000 to 50,000 bales, 
of cotton. * * * And there is received annually 24,000 
tons of merchandise." 

This year the A. & N. R. R. carried 98,000 packages truck ; 
the Old Dominion Steamship Line 50,000; the E. C. D. 
86,783; grand total of 234,783 packages and barrels. 

COTTON MARKET. 

For years New Berne has been one of the best cotton 
markets in the State. There is a good cor{)S of buyers, 
belonging to the Exchange, several of whom bu}'^ for and 
ship on through bills lading directly to European markets 
via Wilmington over the Wilmington, New Berne and Nor- 
folk Railroad, and Norfolk via the Eastern Carolina Dispatch 
and the Old Dominion Sleamship lines. It is generally 
shipped as fast as brought, but little being kept in storage 
here. Freight to Europe is seventy cents per hundred and 
insurance oue-eighth of one per cent. Prices range with 
those paid in Wilmington, 



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NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 19 

POPULATION. 

The United Slates census in 1890 gave the population of 
New Berne at 7,843. This was an increase of twenty-three 
and a fraction per cent, over the 1880 census. Tiie city 
authoritits had a police census taken September, 1893, which 
gave the population at 8,526, making an increase of 683, or 
eight per cent, in two and a half years. Just across the 
Trent river is James City, containing some 2,500 colored 
people, who practically do their business in New Berne, 
though outside the corporate limits, and, therefore, not 
included in either census. 

CEDAR GROVE CEMETERY. 

D. H. STALLINGS, Sexton. 

This beautiful resting place of the mortal remains of most 
of New Berne's honored dead who have "crossed over the 
river" since 1800, is in a grove of cedar and other evergreen 
and shade trees in the western part of the city. There are 
numerous vaults, monuments and tombs in well-kept plots, 
while the whole is surrounded by a wall of the beautiful 
native shell rock. Over the arch of the main entrance, 
engraved in the shell rock, is to be found its history in the 
words, "Cedar Grove Cemetery, opened A. D. 1800 by 
Christ Church. Transferred by the Church A. D. 1854 to the 
authorities of the town, by whom this wall was erected." All 
in all it is one of the most sightly "grounds of the dead" to 
be found in the whole country. 

NEW BERNE NATIONAL CEMETERY. 
THOMAS O'SHEA, Superintendent. 

The cemetery is about one mile north of the railway sta- 
tion in New Berne and fronts east on the Government road. 

The lot is a rectangle of 825 feet by 400 feet and contains 
seven and one-half acres of land, purchased by the United 
States for $570.17^. It is enclosed by a brick wall, along the 
inside of which ivy is planted. 

The lodge, outhouses and rostrum are built of shell rock, 
a conglomerate of marine shells imbedded in a matrix of 
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The cemetery is divided by grassed driveways into eigh- 
teen burial sections, and in these the graves are arranged in 
parallel rows and all marked by headstones. The ground is 
everywhere well covered with grass and always ke{)t closely 
cut. 

The trees and shrubbery consist chiefly of oaks, maples, 
elms, poplars, sycamores and different varieties of arborvitae. 

The nuuaber of graves is three thousand two hundred and 
ninety-four, which are classified as follows, viz.: 

White Union soldiers and sailors (known) 1,852 

White Union soldiers and sailors (unknown) 873 

Colored Union soldiers (known) 229 

Colored Union soldiers (unknown) 195 

Total Union soldiers and sailors 3,194 

Citizens, women and children 145 

Total interments 3,294 

The burials are made by States, so far as known. About 
four hundred of the interments were made originally here. 
The remains of the others were removed from the old ceme- 
tery at New Berne, Beaufort, N. C, Morehead, Kingston, 
Hatteras, Roanoke Island and many other places along the 
coast of North Carolina. 

Note. — Amongst the interments of the cemetery appear 
the graves of Charles E. Coledge, a private of the 25th Mas- 
sachusetts Artillery, and Miss Carrie E. Cutter also of that 
State. They are buried side by side. The records show 
that they were betrothed and that she was buried by him at 
her own request and by authority of the Secretary of War, 
The interments were originally made at Roanoke Island, and 
the dates of death in the early part of 18G2. The story goes 
that she dropped dead on his grave, but for this latter fact 
I cannot vouch. The United States has furnished her with 
a soldier's headstone — this being the only instance in which 
it has been given. 

THE NEW BERNE WATER COMPANY. 

John F. Zebley, President. H. B. Zebley, Treasurer, 

The system consists of ten deep artesian wells connected 
with two first-class compound steam-pumps capable of pump- 



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ing two million gallons of water per diem, wiih a boiler 
capncit}' of double the real requirements, and jilaced in an 
abiroluiely fireproof [)ump-house. The-e punij)s are arranger! 
to punij) either dirtctly into the standi)ii)e or by a cul-ofl" 
valve into pipe system alone. 

The standpipe is one hundred and twenty feet high, by 
sixteen feet in diameter, furnishing ample fire pres-ure and 
quantity. 

There are seventy-five double nozzle hydrants, giving fire 
pn^teclion to the entire eity through seven and one-half 
miles of iieavy cast-iron {)i{)e, none less than six inches 
diameter and as large in main lines as twelve inches diameter. 

THE NEW BERNE SEWERAGE COMPANY. 

John F. Zebley, President. B. W. Homans, Treasurer. 

The system consists of six miles of tiie "separate system," 
conveying house sewerage alone, and drains the entire por- 
tion of the city occupied b}'' residences and stores. It awaits 
the completion of the water-works to permit flushing by 
means of the automatic flush-tank, and will then l-e equal 
to the best system now in use anywhere. 

EAST CAROLINA FISH, OYSTER, GAME AND 
INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION. 

The first Fair held by this Association was November 13, 
1SS7. It was ))ermanenlly organized in April, 1888. The 
annual premiums aggregate between §15,000 and $(5,000, 

Present otiicers: President, William Dunn; Vice-Presi- 
dents, E. H. Meadows, Joel Kinsey, W. G. Brinson, T. A. 
Mclutyre; Secretary and Treasurer, Charles Reizenstein; 
Directors, J. A. ^Meadows, C. E. Foy, T. A. Green, George H. 
Roberts, Ralph Gray, George Henderson, W. P. Burrus, O. 
H. Guion, P. II. Peiletier, J. A. Bryan, \V. H. Bray, W. F. 
Crockett, George N. Ives, J. W. Stewart. 

These Fairs are usually held in February, and are gener- 
allv considered the best held in the State, wdiile it is univer- 
sally conceded that, so far as the fish, oyster and game 
exhibits are ccmcerned, they far excel any other Fair in the 
United States. 



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ST. JOHN'S COMMANDERY, No. 10, K. T. 

MEETS FIRST AND THIRD FRIDAYS. 

Joseph H. Ilackburn E. C. 

Ferdinand Ulrich G. 

Hugh J. Lovick C. G. 

Thomas Daniels Ex. P. 

S.R. Street S. W. 

James Redmond J. W. 

Thomas A. Green Treasurer. 

Thomas F. McCarthy Recorder. 

L.J. Taylor Standard Bearer. 

E. F. Rowe Sword Bearer. 

John C. Green Warden. 

W. R. Warters Sentinel. 

Membership, 17. 

NEW BERNE CHAPTER, No. 4(3, R. A. M. 

Thomas A. Green H. P. 

Joseph H. Ilackburn K. 

Ferdinand Ulrich S. 

Needham Case C. of H. 

John C.Green P. S. 

0. Marks R. A. C. 

S. R. Street M. of 3rd V. 

Benjamin Hahn M. of 2d V. 

J. S. Mann M. of 1st V. 

R. S. Primrose Treasurer. 

Hugh J. Lovick Secretary. 

W. R. Warters Guard. 

Membership, 37. 

ST. JOHN'S LODGE, No. 3, A., F. & A. M. 

MEETS SECOND WEDNESDAY. 

Thomas Daniels W. M. 

Hugh J. Lovick S. W. 

O. H. Guion J. W. 

John C. Green S. D. 

Robert S. Primrose J- D. 

Thomas A. Green Treasurer. 

J. S. Basnight Secretary. 

W. R. Warters Tiler. 



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ATHENIA LODGE, No. 8, K. of P. 

MEETS EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT AT HOWARD'S HALL. 

J. W. Waters C. C. 

J. C. Scales V. C. 

J. H. Benton Prelate. 

T. W. Dewey M. of W. 

W. B. Boyd K. of R. and S. 

T. A. Green M. of E. 

R. D Hancock M. of F. 

W. R. Warters M. at A. 

J. E Gaskill I. G. 

Eli Elliott O. G. 

SUPREME LODGE, KNIGHTS OF HARMONY. 

John S. Manix Supreme President. 

J. K.Willis Supreme Vice-President. 

W. B. Boyd Supreme Secretary. 

T. H. Davis Supreme Treasurer. 

S. R. Ball Supreme Chaplain. 

H. C. Whitehurst Attorney. 

H. H. Tooker . Marshal. 

J. T. Lincoln Deputy Marshal. 

J. L. Quidby Guard. 

Membership September 30, 1S93, 215. 

CRAVEN LODGE, No. 1, KNIGHTS OF HARMONY. 

MEETS IN HOWARD'S HALL SECOND AND FOURTH WEDNES- 
DAY NIGHTS. 

S. R. Ball President. 

J. T. Lewis Vice-President. 

J. H. Smith Secretary. 

W. B. Boyd Financial Secretary. 

John P. Hall Treasurer. 

A. T. Strausbury Chaplain. 

H. H. Tooker Marshal. 

J. C. Scales Inner Guard. 

J. R. Medford Outer Guard. 



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ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS. 

MEETS FIRST AND THIRD WEDNESDAY NIGHTS. 

G. L. Wadsworth __. Councillor. 

T. J. Crowder Vice-Councillor. 

W. F. Rountree .Secretary. 

K. R. Jones Treasurer. 

W. B. Boyd Prelate. 

C. F. Hargett Marshal. 

D. L. Roberts Warden. 

F. Boesser Guardian. 

E. Tucker Sentinel. 

EUREKA LODGE, No. 7, I. 0. O. F. 

J. B. Clark N. G. 

B. B Neal V. G. 

H. M. Groves-- Secretary. 

H. L. Hall Financial Secretary. 

Joseph Cohen Treasurer. 

J. H. Benton Past Grand. 

John H. Ellis Warden. 

T. W. Dewey Conductor. 

T. II. Davis Ouier Guard. 

A. S. Dixon ^ Inner Guani. 

CALUMET ENCAMPMENT, No. 4, I. O. 0. F. 

Joseph Cohen Chief Patriarch. 

J. E. Warren Senior Ward(.^n. 

J. H. Benton High Priest. 

B. B. Neal Junior Warden. 

W. B. Boyd Scribe. 

CRAVEN LODGE, No. 37, R. S. G. F. 

N. Tisdale- Ruler. 

S. B. Waters Instructor. 

S. R. Ball Councillor. 

W. G. Brinson Secretary. 

W. F. Rountree Financial Secretary. 

W. B. Boyd Treasurer. 

H. Taylor Director. 

S. W. Willis Prelate. 

J. K. Willis Warden. 

B. F. Stilly Sentinel. 



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NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 25 

TRENT LODGE, No. 411, R. A. 

MEETS IN HOWARD'S HALL FIRST FRIDAY NIGHTS. 

C. L. Ives Regent. 

S. K. Eaton A'ice Regent. 

J. R. Parker Orator. 

S. M. Brinson Secretar}'. 

W. B. ]5oyd Collector. 

W. F. Rountree Treasurer. 

R. A. Richardson Cha[)lain. 

A. E. Kibbard Guide. 

F. Boesser Warden. 

E. Tucker Sentrv, 

Members, 122. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

MEETS SECOND AND FOURTH FRIDAY NIGHTS IN HOWARD'S 

HALL. 

G. K. Bagby Dictator. 

Joseph Cohen X. Dictator. 

S. D. Pope A. Dictator. 

W. B. Boyd Re[>orter. 

W. F. Rountree Financial Re{)orter. 

K. R. Jones Treasurer. 

H. L. Hall Chaplain. 

J. S. Basnight Guide. 

F. Boesser Guardian. 

E. Tucker Sentinel. 

AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR. 

John S. Long Commander. 

Hill Humphrey Vice-Commander. 

W. B Boyd Secretary. 

T. G. Dixon Collector. 

John C. Green Orator. 

W. F. Rountree Treasurer. 

C. E. Foy Chaplain. 

M. Ilahn Guide. 

D. L. Roberts Warden. 

J. A. Patterson Sentrv. 



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ORDER OF TONTI. 

A. R. Denuisou President. 

H. B. Lane Vice-President. 

W. B. Boyd Secretary. 

R. A. Willis Treasurer. 

G. A. Atkinson Warden. 

T. J. Turner Sentinel. 

ORDER OF PENTI. 

H. J. Lovick President. 

H. E. Baxter Vice-President. 

W. B. Boyd Secretary. 

C. L. Ives Treasurer. 

J. H. Ellis Chaplain. 

ORDER OF FRATERNAL LEGION. 

J. K. Willis Commander. 

W. B. Boyd Adjutant. 

George D. Bowden Enrolling Officer. 

S. H. Scott Treasurer. 

John Suter Guardian. 

Thomas Bowden Sentinel. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

The city has two volunteer steam fire companies. The 
Atlantic, organized in 1845. This company uses a Silsby 
engiue, and has a membership of thirty-three. The New 
Berne No. 1 was organized in 1865, uses a Button engine, 
and has a membership of thirty. In connection are two 
horse hose carriages, carrying a total of some 2,500 feet of 
hose. The oflRcers of the department are: 

Chief Engineer E. W. Smallwood. 

Secretary and Treasurer W. D. Barrington. 

Foreman Atlantic W. D. Barrington. 

Foreman New Berne J. W. Moore. 

The general alarm s^^stem is used, and bell repeats taps 
as sent from box. There are ten alarm stations. This was 
the first fire department in the State to have trained horses and 
hanging harness, and it has been victorious in every tire 
tournament in which it took p.art. 



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COTTON AND GRAIN EXCHANGE. 

CRAVEN STREET. 

Officers Elected October 4, 1893. 

President S. W. Smalhvood. 

Vice President Dr. Charles Duffy. 

Treasurer T. A. Green. 

Secretary James Redman. 

Superintendent D. T. Caraway. 

Directors: R. R. Jones, J. A. Latham, Matt. Manly, G. 
A. Oliver and. C. E. Foy. 

CHURCHES. 

Christ, Episcopal. — Corner Middle and Pollock streets. 
Rev. T. N. M. George, Rector. Residence, 82 Craven street. 

First Presbyterian. — New street. Rev. C. G. Vardell, 
Pastor. Residence, Johnson street. 

Baptist. — Middle street. Rev. Rufus Ford, Pastor. Resi- 
dence, corner of Johnson and Graves streets. 

(-ENTENARY Methodist EPISCOPAL. — New strcct. Rev. 
W. T. Willis, Pastor. Residence, corner Middle and New 
strf^ets. 

Hancock Street Methodist Episcopal. — Rev. J. F. 
Butt, Pastor. Residence, New street. 

Disciples.— Hancock street. Rev. D. J. Petrie, Pastor. 
Residence, New street. 

Hebrew Synagogue.— Middle street. Dr. J. Kaiser, 
Rabbi. Residenc*^, 4u South Front street. 

Roman Catholic. — Corner Middle and New sts. Father 
P. F. Quinn, Priest. Residence, 167 Middle street. 

Freewill Baptist. — Fleet street. Rev. Lupton, 

Pastor. Residence, 

Episcopal Chapel.— street. Rev. T. M. N. George. 

Residence, __ Craven street. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brinson, W. G., G5 South Front street. 

Hill, E G., corner South Front and Hancock streets. 

Street, S. R., 70 South Front street. 

Ulrich, F., 4(5 Middle street. 



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INSURANCE AGENTS. 

• Brinson, W. G., 65 South Front street. 
Henderson, George, 4 Craven street. 
Howard, M. R., 65 Pollock street. 
Long, John S., 70 Craven street. 
Oliver, W. II., 57 South Front street. 
Street, S. R., 79 South Front street. 
See general directory for residenc--. 

LAWYERS. 

Bragaw, S. C, 70 Middle street, up stairs. 

Clark & Clark, 7U Pollock st. ; residence, 85 Pollock st. 

Caho, W. T., 76 South Front st. ; residence, Fulford House. 

Guion, O. H., 71 Middle street, up stairs; residence, 186 
Middle street. 

Moore, L. J., 74 South Front st. ; residence, 83 Craven st. 

Mclver, W. D., 114 Middle street, rooms 1 and 3 up stairs; 
residence, same. 

Mann, J. S., 68 Craven street; residence, same. 

Nixon, R B., 65 Pollock street. 

O'Ha.^a, J. E. (col.), 31 Craven st, ; residence, George st. 

Simmons & Gibb?, 68 South Front street. 

Stevenson, M. D. W., 72 South Front street; re.'idence, 119 
Pollock street. 

Stevenson, Harry C, 72 South Front street; residence 106 
Craven street. 

Tisdale, Frank., 76 South Front street; residence, same. 

Ttiomas, C. R., 72 Craven st. ; residenc^^. East Fnuit st. 

Waters, J. W., 55 South Front st.; residence, 10 Change st. 

Whitehurst, H. C, 60 Craven st.; residence, 19 Queen st. 

White, George H. (col.), 64 Broad street; residence on 
Johnson and Metcalf streets. 

Williamson, R. W. (col.), 62 Craven street; residence, 75 
Burn street. 

DENTISTS. 

Clark, J. D., D. D. S., 86 Craven street; residence, same. 
Bagby, G. K., D. D. S., 95 Middlt^ street; residence, same. 
Benton, J. IL, D. D. S, 90 Middle street; residence, 38 
New street. 



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NEW BERNE'S RAILROAD LINES. 

Though not claiming to be the great raih'oad centre of 
the South, the two lines running into New Berne ntlbrd 
most excellent and ample passenger and freight facilities. 
The Atlantic and North Carolina, running from CJoldsboro 
to Morehead City, of which W. S. Chadwick is President, 
and S. L. Dill is Superintendent, has its main oftices and 
company shops (and gets the bulk of its patronage) here. 
The management is conservative, and the increase in freights 
from the trucking and lumber interests has recently put the 
road in a better condition than ever before, the stock having 
more than doubled in market value, and the first dividend 
declared. 

The completion in August of the Wilmington, New Berne 
and Norfolk road to this place, gives easy and quick trans- 
portation South via Wilmington, and North to the truck, 
fish and oysters of the Jacksonville and New River section, 
via New Berne and the Atlantic and North Carolina road. 
This road runs through the finest timber lands of the State, 
is under efficient management, and when completed to Nor- 
folk will shorten the time from Wilmington to New York 
and Philadelphia some five or six hours. Its road-bed from 
New Berne to Wilmington is one of the best in the State. 
Their head office is in Wilmington, with IT. A. Whitmg Gen- 
eral Superintendent, and J. W. Martenis, General Freight 
and Passenger Agent. 

Both of these lines connect with steamers to Elizabeth 
City and Norfolk, and give through bills lading to Northern, 
Southern and European points. 



W. D. MWER. 



Lawyer, 

La' 

Col 

100 and 102 Middle Street, Rooms 1 and 2, second floor 



Law and Commercial 
Collections. 



Owen H. Guion, 



^^.tloraey at jIqlWj 

NEW BERNE, N. C. 



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-^.4:^ 

-y.^ 
y\^ 




AL 







A 

Modern 



Middle Street. 

Reasonable 
Rates. ^^^== 



CENTRE OF THE BUSINESS PORTION 
OF THE CITY. 

CiisiiiB Diisiipsfil Comercial Rates, $2 per toy. 



M. PATTERSON k SON, 



PROPRIETORS. 



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31 



W. DUNN, President. JAMES REDMOND, Vice-President. 

BENJ. S. GUION, Secretary and Treasurer. 








'J 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Pure 



/ 



NEW BERNE, N. C. 



Output, twenty tons daily of Pure Crystal 
Ice from distilled water. 



1|^=* Orders for car-load lots solicited, and filled 
promptly. 



Ice delivered by wagons in any part of tlie 



city. 



BENJ. S. QUION, MANAGER. 



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WATSON & DANIELS, 

DEAI.ERS IN 

COAL AND ICE. 

Country Produce Generally. 

4S MIDDLE STREET. 

W. J. LUCAS. W. U. LEWIS. 

LUCAS & LEWIS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Choice Family Groceries 

AND 

FARMERS' SUPPLIES. 



Highest Prices Paid for Country Produce. 



PROPRIETORS OF THE "CITY BAKERY." 
Nos. 60 Middle and 89 and 91 South Front Streets. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 33 



THE 



Wilmington, # 

Newbern and 
^ Norfolk Railway 



THE ONLY 

^i^ DIRECT LINE 

BETWEEN 



Wilmington and Newbern. 



Two Daily Passenger Trains, First-class Service, 

Only three and one-half hours between the two cities. 

Double Daily Freight Service, 

Only four and one-half hours in transit. 



Connects at Newbern with Boat Lines, and with A. & N. C. R. R. 
for all Northern and Western points, and at Wilmington with the differ- 
ent lines for the South. 

Through Tickets and Through Bills Lading. Freight handled with 
dispatch. 

For information, address 

H. A. WHITING. Gen. Manager. J. W. MARTENIS, G. F. and P. A., 

Wilmington, N. C. 
JOHN S. NIANIX. Agent, T. C. MclLHENNY. Jr., Agent. 

Newbern, N. C. Wilmington, N. C. 

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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E. H. & J. fi. MEADOWS CO., 

Manufacturers of 

MEADOWS' SPECIAL GUANOS 










9 



LEADING BRANDS: 
Meadows' Great Potato Guano. ... 

Meadows' Cabbage Guano 

Meadows' All Crop Guano 

Meadows' Tobacco Gu^no 



Meadows' IC^ Ammouiated Guano. . . 
. . . Meadows' Pea and Eean Guano. 
Meadows' Cotton Guano 



F. A. BOYER. 



T. J. BOYER. 



BoYKR Bros., 






FOR DRILLING 

OIL, GAS OR ARTESIAN WELLS. 



Perfect Machinery for Drilling Wells and Furnishing Pipe 4% to via 
inches in diameter and from 100 to 2,000 feet deep. 



Reference: — The city authorities of New Berne, >s\ C, and Fos- 
toria, Ohio. 

RESIDENCE, HOTEL ALBERT. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 35 



^THE GREAT-=^ 



flmerican 



^ Banki^apt ^ 




• • .Bb^ V^ Vxft. jl v<^ jl • • 



Desires Correspondenee- 



WITH ALL DEFUNCT MER- 
CHANTS WHO CANNOT ^lEET 

-^ THEIR BILLS, AND DESIRE 

TO CLOSE OUT TO BIG IKE 
AT 40c., 50c., or 67>^c. ON THE 

^ DOLLAR, THEREBY SAVING 

THE EXPENSE OF LAWYER'S 
FEE AND ASSIGNEE. 

NEW BERNE, N. C. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



P, M. CHADWICK 



♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ^|9ei*cl?ant Cailor. 



-FULL LINE OF- 



Cl]CDtOtS, 

^ Serges, 

Diagonals, 
"^ rOorstebs, 
&c., d-c. 

FOR ALL SEASONS 




PROMPT ATTENTION TO ORDERS AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 



43 Pollock St., Near Post-office. 



nasi-iiaSc 



]B^meits and Jl^eitchante Bank 

-^^ PEW lEKP. Po C 



Capital Paid In, 
Dividends Paid, 
Surplus and Profits, 



$75,000 
8,250 
7,400 



officers: 
L. H. Cutler, President. W. S. Chadwick, Vice-President. 

T. W. Dewey, Cashier. A. H. Powell, Teller. 

C. E. Smith, Collector. 



directors: 

JNO. SUTER, p. H. PELLETIER, 

W. S. Chadwick, J. W. Stewart, 

Wm. Cleve, T. W. Dewey. 



L. H. Cutler, 
E. B. Hackburn, 

N. M. JURNEY, 

with well established connections, this Bank is prepared to ofiFer all 
accommodations consistent with conservative banking. 



NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 



1S93. 



ABBEEVIATIONS USED IN THIS BOOK. 



agt agent 

ast assistant 

bkpr bookkeeper 

elk clerk 

cor corner 



mfg ._. —manufacturing 

nifr manufacturer 

nigr manager 

pres president 

propr... proprietor 



(0) colored r residence 

^■^P"" -housekeeper ' supt superintendent 



AGOSTIXE F M, bkpr, r 124 Broad 
Agfostine NB, elk, 124 Broad 
Allen W F (c), barber, (38 Middle 

American House (boarding), N Whitford propr, 80 Middle 
Arpin Nicholas, shoemaker, 42 Pallock 
Atlantic Steam Fire Engine Co, W D Barrington Foreman, 

47-49 Craven 
Atlantic and North Carolina R R pass depot, 30 Queen 
Atlantic and North Carolina R R frt depot, head East Front 
Atlantic and North Carolina R R, offices 26-28 Queen 
Avery AVm (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co. 

BRAGAW & RICHARDSON, produce dealers, 25 Middle 
Beider L, clothing, 37 Middle 
Barrington W D, clothing and furnishing, G7 Middle, r 

02 South Front 
Bell C S, jeweler, 83 Middle, r 127 Middle 
Berry Richard, druggist, 87 Middle, r same 
Baxter J J, dry goods and clothing, 91 Middle, r 62 South 

Front 
Banks Hugh L (c), barber, 93 Middle 
Baxter E B, jeweler, 99 Middle, r 22 Eden 
Brock H B, mgr drug store C C Green estate, 3 Middle, r 

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Barrington A L, elk, r 16 Pollock 

Bryan EW, saloon, 51 South Front, r70 Burn 

Bryan Merrill, bartender, 51 South Front 

Bryan Jerr}^ bartender, South Front 

Bradham C D, grain dealer, 24 Craven, r 27 Pollock 

Broadstreet G C, elk, 22 Craven, r 176 South Front 

Bryan E K, cotton weigher, Cotton Exchange, r 135 Craven 

Bryan W P M, at So Ex Co, 18 Craven, r 188 Middle 

Bishop W H, steamboat elk, r 55 New 

Burrus, J Leo, steamboat elk, r East Front and New 

Bishop E K, commission merchant, near D whf, r 55 New 

Battle Gen C A, journalist, r 33 Pollock 

Br3ran, Miss Mary L, manager W U Tel Co, 71 Craven, r 23 

Broad 
Berry E T, painter, 141 Middle, r 139 Pollock 
Biddle J W, Register of Deeds, court-house, r 29 Pollock 
Barnum E H, accountant, r 131 Broad 
Bray N A, elk H and W, 47-49 Pollock 
Baxter H E, elk H and W 47-49, r 96 Middle 
Boyd W B, insurance agent and collector, 150 Middle 
Bagby Dr G K, dentist, 95 Middle, r same 
Benton Dr J H, dentist, 99 Middle, r 36 New 
Barham David E (c), jailer, county jail 
Ball S R, dep elk court, r 130 Pollock 
Boyd W G, elk A and N C R R office, r 151 Middle 
Bragaw S C, lawyer, 71 Middle, upstairs, rll7 Pollock 
Brinkley Alex, elk, r 165 Broad 
Brinson H T, policeman, r 26 Spring 

Bishop Geo, box mfr and undertaker, 100 Hancock, r 55 New 
Bynum A L, grocer, 119 Hancock, r same 
Boyd W G, machinist A and NCR R, r Hancock's boarding- 
house 
Bryan Green, collector Nat Bank, r cor Johnson and Middle 
Boon Jno A, meat market, 154 Broad 
Blount Sylvester (c), barber, 164 Broad 
Brinson J G, painter A and N C R R shops, r 26 Spring * 
Burrus W P & Co, com mchts, 34 Middle, r East Front and 

New 
Bowden F M, grocer, 44 Middle, r 15 George 
Bowden Thos, saloon, 52 Middle, r 115 Craven 
Blumgardt S, saloon, 126 Middle, r 13 Broad 
Baugert E D, jeweler, 140 Middle, r 21 Hancock 



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NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 39 

Bow Timothy (c), barber, 140 Middle 
Bryan James A, Pres Nat Bank, r 151 Middle. 
]>rock X M, horse dealer, 70 tSoutli Front, r 17 Change 
Branson W G, insurance agency, 05 South Front, r 94 

Broad 
Bergeron B "W, saloon, 71 South Front, r Fulford House. 
Bowden J W, elk, r 20 Hancock 
Brinson Benj, mechanic, r 8 Metcalf 
Berry R H, insurance agent, r 25 Hancock. 
Barrington & Co, sewing machines, 82 Broad 
Barrington J B (B & Co), r 82 Broad 
Barrington W R (B & Co), 282 Broad 
Bowden G D, grocer, 75 Broad, r 118 Broad 
Brinson W W, locomotive engineer A and NCR R, r cor 

Metcalf and South Front' 
Bishop W H, watchman A and N C R R, r Fair Grounds 
Bishop S C, elk, r 55 New 
Brice Jno H (c), meat mnrket, 12 Pasteur 
Blades W B, r 113 East Front. 
Bryant Prout (c), Trent River Lumber Co. 
Bryant Asa (c), Trent River Lumber Co. 
Bryant Owen (c), Trent River Lumber Co. 
Bryant Virgil (c), meat market, 55 Broad 
Bryan Judge H R (Superior Court), r 68 East Front 
Barnes James (c), employe Congdon & Co 
Banks Nat (c), employe Congdon & Co 
Bryant J C (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co 
Bryant A (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co 
Bryant Jesse (c) employe Stinson Lumber Co 
Blount B W (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co 
Bull Rev Edward, r 13 George 
Boesser Frederick, cabinet maker, r 93 Craven 
Basnight J S, mgr New Berne Lumber Co, r 4G East Front 
Bishop R H, elk, r 55 New 

Butt Rev J F, pastor M E Church, Hancock, r 17 New 
Brown Henry (c), huckster, Mace's corner, foot Middle st 

COHEN J S, mgr Champion Clothing House, r 57 Middle 
Cohen Ed, elk, r 57 Middle 
Champion Clothing House, 57 Middle 
Credle Clauss, elk, r 62 South Front 
Cutler L H & Co, hardware, G9 Middle 



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40 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Cutler L H, pres Farmers ar.d MeicLaijls Bank, 05 Pollock 

r 94 Pollock 
Citizens Bank, 71 Middle 
Cohen Sol, clothing, 77 Middle, r 89 Pollock 
Cohen W H, elk, 77 Middle, r 89 Pollock 
Cox W S, elk, r 104 Pollock 

Cohen A, pianos and organs, 90 Middle, r Hotel Albert 
Cotton Exchange, 20 Craven 
Carraway D T, Supt Cotton Exchange, r 12 Broad 
Crabtree Jno H & Co, founders and machinists, 33 to 41 

Craven 
Crabtree Jno H, r 107 South Front 
City Hall and Offices, 51 Craven 
Cox E B, trucker, 54 Craven 
Cox P S, r 54 Craven 

Cox W B, bartender, 126 Middle, r 45 Middle (upstairs) 
Camron Mack, pressman, 64 Craven 
Clarke W E, postmaster, r 109 East Front 
Chadwick F M, tailor, 43 Pollock, r 36 East Front 
Carraway T D, elk, r 12 Broad 
Case E M, elk, r 128 East Front 

Court House Craven County, cor Craven and Broad 
County Jail Craven County, cor Craven and Broad 
Credle B G, elk Register Deeds, court-house, r 62 South 

Front 
Clark Dr J D, dentist, 86 Craven, r same 
Churchill L L, tinner, r 77 Pollock 
Clark C C, lawyer, 79 Pollock, r 85 Pollock 
Clark W W, lawyer, 79 Pollock, r .s5 Pollock 
Clark & Clark, lawyers, 79 Pollock, r 85 Pollock 
Clark C C, jr, machinist, r 85 Pollock 
Clark Edward E, r 79 Pollock 
Clark Edward, elk, r 85 Pollock 
Clark G L, elk, r 85 Pollock 
Clark J P, civil engineer W N & N II R, r cor New and East 

Front ^ 

Coward Mrs Delia, grocer, 121 Pollock, r 123 Pollock 
Cook Samuel, carriage maker, 126 Pollock, r same 
Cox EB,jr, elk, r 138 Broad 

Carpenter E W, claim and real estate agent, 48 Broad, r same 
Charlton G E, machinist, r 22 New 
Congdon & Co, saw and planing mills, head East Front 



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NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 41 

CoUigan Wm, saloon, 31 Queen, r IIG Hancock 

Congdon D, r 1(51 Graves 

Congdon J F, r IGl Graves 

Case Needham, constraction master Atlantic anil North 
Carolina Railroad, r 128 Eist Front 

Clark J B, r 115 East Front 

Clark Lumber Co, office No 1 King 

Clark J F, grocer, 36 Middle, r lOli Hancock 

Caho W T, lawyer, 70 South Front, r Fulford House 

Credle Mrs B G, boarding-house, G2 South Front 

Credle Mrs S E, boarding-house, 37 South Front 

Cohn S & Son, meat market, 81 South Front 

Cohn Isaac, r cor King and Graves 

Chapman M VV (c), merchandise, 83 South Front 

Carter L J, machine agent, r 9 Pollock 

Carraway J R B, Treasurer National Bank, r 7 Broad 

Carraway J E, elk National Bank, r 7 Broad 

Collins Jack, printer, r 20 Metcalf 

Collins J C, watchman, r 20 Metcalf 

Crispen Wm (c), Trent River Lumber Co 

Case C E. elk, r 128 East Front 

Chadwick E W, ast fit agt Atlantic and North Carolina 
Railroad, r 89 Hancock 

Cooper J L, manager Trent River Lumber Co, r 87 Hancock 

Chadwick W S, President Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- 
road, r Hotel Albert 

Clark James B, r 111 East Front 

Crawford Virgil (c), employe Congdon & Co 

Clark James (c), employe Congdon & Co 

Charles Jame.'S (c), employe Congdon & Co 

Cradle Grant (c), employe Stinson Lumber Cft 

Crockett Wm (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co 

Curtis Wm (c), emplove Stinson Lumber Co 

Charlotte W E, painter, r 141 Pollock 

Coplon S, dry goods, 28 Middle 

DAIL G D. bookkeeper, r 82 Pollock 
Daniels John, fish dealer, 10 Middle 
Discs way C, r 30 East Front 
Davenport B B, clerk, r 122 Pollock 

Daniels Thomas, fish and oyster dealer, 11 Middle, r 95 
Pollock 



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42 NEW BERNE CITY DIKECTORY. 

Davis & Arnold (c), saloon, 47 Middle 

Duffy F S, druggist, 61 Middle, r 18 George 

Dufty S S, drug clerk, Gl Pollock, r 18 George 

Duffy J B, drug clerk, 61 Pollock, r 18 George 

Dannenberg E, bottler, 22 Craven, r cor Graves and King 

Disosway & Churchill, mill supplies, 43 Craven. 

Disosway J J, r 118 Pollock 

Dunn John, grocer and confectioner, 55 and 57 Pollock, r 150 
Middle 

Duffy H B, dry goods, 67 Pollock, r 27 Pollock 

Dewey T W, cashier Farmers and Merchants Bank, 65 Pol- 
lock, r 66 Broad 

Dillingham Mrs E F, books and stationery, 143 Middle. 

Duffy Dr Charles, physician and surgeon, 116 Middle, r 120 
"Pollock 

Dill S L, Superintendent Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- 
road, r 122 Broad 

Duguid Dr J W, physician and surgeon, 90 Middle, r 111 
• Pollock 

Duguid Edward, Supt Meadows Grist Mill, r 111 Pollock. 

Davis Capt Peter, steamer Neuse, r 138 Pollock 

Dixon J B, policeman, r 67 Craven 

Daves Edward Graham, r 43 Broad 

Duffy Dr Leinster, 59 Broad, r 65 Broad 

Duncan C D, locomotive engineer Atlantic and North Caro- 
lina Railroad, r 82 New 

Douglas Frederic (c), claim agent, r and office 74 New South 
Front 

Dail Miss Hattie, teacher Collegiate Institute, r 82 Pollock 

Davis J P C, clerk Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad 
freight depot, r 35 South Front 

Duffy Dr Francis, 116 Middle, r Hotel Albert 

Davis T H, furniture, 58 Middle, r 35 South Front 

Dunn William, President New Berne Ice Company, and 
trucker, r 150 Middle 

Dudley E R (c), trucker, r Macadamized Road * 

Davis Mrs Eliza, r 35 South Front 

Disosway Mark, wholesale liquor dealer, 67 South Front, 
r Hancock 

Draney P M, hardware, 97 and 99 South Front, r 96 South 
Front 

Dough Augustus, r 98 South Front 



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NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 43 

Dennison Maj A R, r cor Metcalf and South Front 

Duffy R N, r Hotel Albert 

Disosway R J, grocer, cor South Front and Jones, r same 

Dunn W T, jeweler, 8 Pasteur 

Dockham C M, Secretary and Treasurer Stinson Lumber Co., 

r 12 Queen 
Dinkins J D, saloon, 6G Middle and 54 Middle 
Dennis W II, fruits, etc, 38 Middle 
Dudley George (c), employe Oongdon & Co 
Dudley "William (c), emplo3'e Congdon & Co 
Davis L A, clerk, r 56 Metcalf 
Dickerson E AV, clerk, r 19 Metcalf 
Dowdy H H, boarding-house, 14 East Front 
Duffy Miss Alice, taxidermist, r IS George 

EATON S K, jeweller, 97 Middle, r 115 Pollock 
East Carolina Dispatch (steamboat line) office, 4 Craven, 
Geo Henderson agt 

Ellis Wm, mayor, r 85 Pollock 

Ellis W B shingle mill, r 25 Pollock 

Ellis Jno H, bkpr, 29 South Front, r,85 Pollock 

Elliott Eli, policeman, 29 Jerman 

Edwards A M, saloon, Gl Broad 

Emmett Wm, machinist Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- 
road shops, r 83 Pollock 

Elliott & Green (c), barbers, 116| Middle 

Ellis Mrs E B, coal-yard etc, J H Ellis mgr, 29 South Front, 
r 25 Pollock 

Emmett L C, machinist Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- 
road shops, r 83 Pollock 

Edwards W R (c), blacksmith Atlantic and North Carolina 
Railroad shops 

Ellis Sandy (c), laborer Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- 
road shops 

Eubank I Wayne (c), auctioneer, etc. Craven, r 45 Burn 

Elliott S P, Stinson Lumber Co 

Edwards C R F, engineer and machinist, r 54 Metcalf 

East Carolina Barrel Factory, B B Neal mgr, on Trent river, 
foot Hancock 

Ellis' Turpentine Still, J H Ellis mgr. East Front 



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44 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK, 65 Pollock 
FOY C E, cashier Citizens Bank, r 1(5 Mi<Ulle 
FOY C B, Supt City of New Berne Water Co, and New Berne 

Sewerage Co, 16 Craven, r 175 Middle 
Foy D F, elk Citizens Bank, r 175 Middle 
Fowler's Ferry, foot Pollock 
Fisher Emanuel (c), green grocer, 73 Broad 
FoUman C, merchandise, 103 Hancock, r same 
Fulford House, 41 South Front 
Fulford W, Fulford House 

Ferrebee Mrs A B, teacher Collegiate Institute, r 59 New 
Fulford J W, locomotive engineer Atlantic and North Caro 

Una Railroad 
Folsom Z R, general manager Stinson Lumber Co, r 12 Queeu 
Fox Harvey, employe Congdon & Co 
Fox Wm, employe Congdon & Co 
Fleming Jno (c), employe Siinson Lumber Co. 
Fleming G (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co 
Ford Rev Rufus, pastor Baptist church. Middle, r 2 Johnson 

GASKILL E T, elk, 65 Middle 
Groves H M, Teller Citizens Bank, r 9 Johnson 
Green Thos A, President Citizens Bank, r 96 Pollock 
Guion H, lawyer, 71 Middle, upstairs, r 186 Middle 
Green C C, mgr of est of H B Brock, drugs, 103 Middle 
Gerock E, photographer, 107 Middle, upstairs, r cor Graves 

and Union 
Gaskill Geo W, druggist, southeast cor Middle and Pollock, 

r Hancock 
Gaskill Charles L, journalist, r 31 Hancock 
Gates & Oliver, cotton brokers, 19 Craven 
Gates Thomas, r 19 Broad 
Gray Ralph, agent N N and W Direct Line Steamboat, 1 

Craven, r 22 Pollock. 
Gaskill J E, elk, r 43 Craven 
Gaskins J C, elk, r 7 Broad 

Guion W R, agent Standard Oil Co, foot Craven, r 82 Pollock 
Green J C, machinist, r 58 East Front 
Gaston House, 71 to 77 South Front 
Gaskins J D, elk, r 7 Broad 
GritRn A L, r Hancock 
Green H J (c). Insurance and Notary Public, 61 South Front 



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NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 45 

Gibbs John (c), Trent River Lumber Co 

Guion Dr John A, r 184 Middle 

Guion B S, genl mgr New Berne Ice Co, r 184 Middle 

Green Miss E P, r 108 Middle 

Green Mrs Geo, Sr, 172 Middle 

Gooding R J, druggist, 90 Middle, r 39 Hancock 

Gaskill N M, tailor, 84 Middle, r 31 Hancock 

Garrett J S, saloon, 38 Middle, r same 

Gaskill Fernie & Co, fish dealers, 14 Middle 

Gaskins H, Grocer, 105 East Front 

Grice Sam (c), laborer Trent Kiver Lumber Co 

Gaskins A J, car inspector A and N C R R, Griffith 

Gaskins W D, carpenter A and N C R R, r 121 East Front 

Green Geo, c k U S District Court, 72 South Front, r 172 

Middle 
Gautur Louis, elk, 48 Middle 
Greenabaum Bros, canning factory. East Front 
Gibbs H L, lawyer, r 23 Johnson 
Gillahunt Lemuel (c), employe Congdon & Co 
Gaskill Fernie, r 42 South Front 
George Rev T N M, rector Episcopal Church, cor Pollock 

and Middle, r 82 Craven 
Green J C, engineer Atlantic steam fire engine 

HACKBURN E B, r 101 Pollock 
Hudson Samuel, elk, r 05 New 
Hill C B, grain dealer, east side Market Dock, r 37 East Front 
Hill E G, L'nited States Commissioner and Justice of the 

Peace, cor South Front and Hancock, r 130 Pollock 
Hines J M, ins agt, r 99 Middle, upstairs 
Hines Mrs J M, boarding-house, 99 Middle, upstairs 
Hill H V, grocer, 39 Middle, r 101 Craven 
Hauff J F, elk, r 21 Pollock 

Hotel Albert, 81 Middle, M Patterson & Son proprs 
Hughes Dr F W, 85 Middle, r cor Pollock and Craven 
Holland J B, dry goods, 95 Middle, r 120 Broad 
Havens Jonathan, cotton weigher Cotton Exchange, r 112 

East Front 
Henderson George, ins agt, 4 Craven, r 100 Broad 
Holland H B, steamboat elk E C D line, r 108 South Front 
Hill R R, printer, r 30 Pollock 
Harper E E, ed Xewhern Journal, r Hotel Albert 



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46 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Hancock C T, local ed Neivbern Journal, r 106 Hancock 

Howard J M, clothing and furnishings, 53 Pollock, r 15 
Pollock 

Hassell Durham, confectioner, 41 Pollock 

Hall H L, books and stationery, 43 Pollock, r 192 Middle 

Hackburn E B, r 101 Pollock 

Hovv'ard M R, ins agt, 65 Pollock, r Hotel Albert 

Hardison F .1, well-borer, r 142 Pollock 

Harget J M, r 160 Pollock 

Harrison, J M, grocer, cor Spring and Pollock 

Hackburn J H, wholesale and retail grocer, 171 Broad 

Hussey J E (c), 169 Broad 

Harget D A, druggist, 153 Broad, r 131 Broad 

Hurtt S F, policeman, r 175 Pollock 

Hughes Dr J B, r 88 Broad 

Hughes N C, broker, 65 Pollock, r 88 Broad 

Hamilton S C, jr, lumber dealer 

Hancock's Boarding-House, 105 Hancock 

Hatsell Benjamin, machinist Atlantic and North Carolina 
Railroad, r 29 New 

Hancock C K, conductor Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- 
road, r 15 Union 

Howard J J, ship builder, r 169 Middle 

How^ard S W, ship carpenter, r 24 Queen 

Hollister J T, r cor Broad and George 

Hollister & Cox, brokers and commission merchants, 53 
South Front 

Hodges Prof J D, principal Newbern Collegiate Institute, 
r 72 East Front 

Harrison W B, moulder Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- 
road shops, r cor Spring and Pollock 

Hill W T, r 100 South Front 

Hill W T & Co, job printers and rubber stamp mfrs, 61 
South Front 

nibble J G, Stinson Lumber Co 

Hatch J R, horse dealer, 92 Middle * 

Hill H C (c), green grocer, 55 Broad 

Hill Lewis (c), fireman Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- 
road shops 

Harrell J W, saloon, 26 Middle 

Humphrey Hill (Big Ike), dry goods and clothing, 48 
Middle, r 54 Hancock 



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NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 47 

Hahn M & Co, livery and sales stables, 120 and 122 Middle 

Hahn iM, r 18 Pollock 

Hahn Benj, r 18 Pollock 

Hahn F iM, r 18 Pollock 

Havens E (c), shoemaker 130 J Middle 

liall J T & Bro, gunsmiths, 78 South Front 

Hall J T, r 78 South Front 

Hall John, r 78 Soutii Front 

HoUister C S, wholesale grocer, 59 South Front, r 147 Graves 

Holly U P (c), tailor, Do South Front 

Holland Mrs Margaret, 108 South Front 

Hackburn & Willett, general merchandise, v/holesale and 

retail, 47 and 49 Pollock 
Hines D S, elk, r 07 Pollock 
Hnwerton W H, elk, r G7 Craven 
Hill C S, elk, 67 Pollock 
Hollowell M L. elk, 73 Pollock 

Hoi lister Miss Nettie, school, r cor Broad and George 
Heath Miss Mollie, school, r 88 Pollock 
Hancock R D, deputy sheriff, r cor King and Graves 
Hancock Robert, collector customs, r cor King and Graves 
Hulf Helen, merchandise, cor South Front and Spring 
Hill Stephen (c), merchandise, cor South Front and German 
Hyman Charlotte, eating house, Bragg's alley 
Harve}' Capt Edward, 45 Middle 
Harvey Maj W H, r Fulford House 
Hill Wm (c), employe Congdon & Co 
Hollowell Milton, employe Congdon & Co 
Hicks Wm (c) employe Congdon & Co 
Hines Robert (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co 
Harris Charles (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co 
Hancock J W, carpenter, r 189 Middle 
Hensley J D, pulpmaker, r 175 South Front 
Hooten W H, r 135 Pollock 
Hughes Mrs John, r 43 Broad 
Hamilton G W, huckster, 29 Middle 

Independent steamboat line, 2 Craveu 

1 Ipock W M, grocer, 169 South Front, r same 
Ives C L, mgr Congdon & Co, r 17 Johnson 
Ives Geo N & Son, fish and oyster dealers, 12 Middle 
Ives Geo N, r 108 East Front 



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48 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Ives J B, r 108 East Front 

Irvin L H, elk, 189 Middle 

Ives Chas L, bkpr Congdon & Co 

JUSTICE ALEXANDER, bkpr, r 83 East Front 
Jones J R, elk, r 52 Craven 
Jones R D V, pharmacist. 111 Middle, r eor New and 

Metcalf 
Justiee Farnifold, elk, r 83 East Front 

Jarvis D F, dry goods, 63 Pollock, r eor Craven and Broad 
Jordan C C, blacksmith, rear Stewart's stables 
Johnson Matt (c), meat market, 215 Pollock 
Jarvis W H (c), barber, 164 Broad 
Joseph Rosa, merchandise, 53 Broad 
Joyner G (e), groceries, 18 Pasteur 
Jones Virgil (c), Trent River Lumber Co 
Jones KR, general merchandise, 64 Middle, r cor New and 

Metcalf 
Jones Rayner, elk, r eor New and Metcalf 
Jordan J V, druggist, 144 Middle, r 52 Broad 
Jones J A, livery and sales stables, 70 South Front, r eor 

New and Metcalf 
Jackson James, merchandise, 117 South Front 
Jones Asa, elk, r eor Pollock and Eden 
Jones D S, r George 
Jones Miss Leah, school, r 5 Johnson 
Jones G C, stone cutter, 22 Broad, r 30 Broad 
Jones W P, furniture, 63 Middle, r 24 Metcalf 
Jackson House, colored boarding, 93 South Front 
Jones & Co, barrel mfrs, Union Point 
Jackson W H, wood yard, Bronson's wharf 
Jackson Sam (e) blacksmith, Bronson's wharf 
Jones Peter (c) wood yard, wharf rear J F Taylor's 
Johnson Jas (e) employe Congdon & Co 
Johnson Henry (e), employe Congdon & Co 
Jones John (e) employe Stinson Lumber Co « 

Johnston R (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co. 
Jones Leo (e), employe Stinson Lumber Co 
Jackson Silas (c), bartender, 18 Middle 
Jones Miss Leah, school, r eor New and Metcalf 



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AEFER JACOB, Lakery, 134 iMiddle 
Kaiser Dr J, rabbi, toaclier music and CtTinan, Col- 
li^giate Inslitine, r 40 South Front 
Kirkpatrick S C, clerk, r 82 Pollock 
Kehoe 11 C, r 3li New * 

Kehoe C M, purser steamer Xeuse, r o2 New 
Kellum James, merchaiuiise, iG-i Pollock, r 1()2 Pollock 
Kennedy A T (c), laborer Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- 
road shoj^s 
Kehoe & Gallup, lumber and sliingle mills, plant Quaker 
Bridge, Jones county 

LA MONTAGNE PIERRE, commission merchant. Old 
Dominion wharf, r 30 New 

Lane Mrs B B, millineiy, 10 Middle 

Latham J E, cotton bu_)er and commission merchant, 3 Cra- 
ven, r 15 Broad 

Lassiter J J, mgr Independent Steamboat Line, East Craven, 
r 57 Hancock 

Leary A J, agt steamer Vanceboro, 1 Craven, r Gl South 
Front 

Lee Sing, Chinese laundry, GO Craven, r same 

Long Dr John S, Supt Public Instruction Craven county, 70 
Craven, r 21 Broad 

Lawrence P F, elk, r 17 Metcalf 

Lane Miss Harriet, millinery, 59 Pollock, r 38 Johnson 

Lane W B, Sheriff Craven county, court-house 

Lane H B, Deputy Sheriff, r 137 Pollock 

LaRoque J D, Deputy Sheriff, r 148 Broad 

Land J K, policeman, r 140 Pollock 

Lorch AVilliam, grocer, 141 Broad, r 143 Broad 

Lewis J T, city marshal, r IS East Front 

Lane Charles, huckster, 142 Middle, r 33 Broad 

Lassiter Dr W L (c), physician, 64 Broad, r same 

Lucas John, Stinson Lumber Co 

Lewis Isaac, fisherman, r 42 South Front 

Lane S H, r 108 South Front 

Land J J, elk, r 140 Pollock 

Land A T, elk, r 140 

Lane B B, fish and oyster dealer, 16 Middle, r 101 Middle 

Lovick & Co, managers Racket Storp, 50 Middle 

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50 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Lucas & Lewis, grocers and bakers, GO Middle and 89 and 

91 South Front 
Lucas W J, r 15 King 
Lewis W L, 106 Craven ^ 
Lane Mrs W T, boarding-house, 132 Middle 
Lane W T, Singer sewing machines, 132 Middle 
Lane Mrs S H, millinery. Pollock, r 108 South Front 
Lane F B, bartender " Jimmie's," r 135 Pollock 
Lovick H J, r 84 Pollock 

Lane John B, contractor, 42 Johnson, r 52 Broad 
Lewis James (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co 
Lane W B, painter, r 137 Pollock 
Lane James, painter, r 99 Craven 

MACE U S, druggist, 31 Middle, r 98 Broad 
McCotter H, green grocer, 51 Middle 
Moore James W ("Jim mie "), saloon and billiard parlor, 

75 Middle, r 101 Pollock 
Manly M, cotton buyer, 18 Craven, r 2 Ntvr 
Matthews E E, elk, r5G Metcalf 
Matthews John H, r 56 Metcalf 
Myer Frank, cotton buyer, 18 Craven, r 104 Broad 
Mebane C P, cotton buyer, Cotton Exchange, r Fulford 

House 
Mcintosh W A, machinist, r 167 Broad 
Mann J S, lawyer, 68 Craven 
McCarthy W T, law3'er, 71 Middle, u[)slairs, McCarthy's 

Square 
McCarthy T F, general merchandise, McCarth}'s Squat e. 
McCarthy C J, elk, McCarthy's Square 
Matthews E J, watchmaker, 97 Middle, r 56 Metcalf. 
Moore Mr.^ J W, " The Oaks" dairv, 101 Pollock 
Moore H B, bkpr, r 101, Pollock 
Manix Jno S, agent W N and N R R, r 183 Pollock 
Metts W P Jr, elk, r 37 Broad 
Metts W P, cotton weigher, r 137 Broad % 

Mcintosh Mrs W A, groceries, 167 Brood 
Mose^y R G (c), real e.state, 22 .Jones, r 24 Jones 
Mosely R G (c,i, trucker, r 24 Jones 
Moody & Co,, lumber and planing mill.-', office and store 

193 South Front 
Moody J W,r 124 Pollock 



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Moody J L, r 185 South Front 

Mann L K, lawj'er, Mood}' Lumber Co 

Manwell «i' Cook, machinists, between ice factorv and frt 

depot A and N C R R 
McSorley John, shoemaker, 75 Pollock 
McSorley J F, trucker, r 75 Pollock 
Marshall W P, locomotive engineer A and N C R R, 1G4 

Graves 
Mendenhall C (c), stationary engine A and X C R R shops 
Mitchell F G, cashier E II & A Meadows Co, r 89 Broad 
McGeiiee C V, baker, 30 Middle, r 15 Broad 
]\Iessic J \V, grocer, 40 INIiddle, r 15 Broad 
Mclver WD, lawyer, law and commercial collections, 114 

Middle, upstairs, rooms 1,3, r Hotel Albert 
Ignore L J, lawyer, 74 South Front, r 83 Craven 
Meadows E K & J A Co, fertilizer mfrs, 27 South Front 
Meadows E 11, r 89 Broad 
Meadows J A, Merchant Miller and Marine Railway', 27 

South Front, r 38 South Front 
Moore Wright, boarding-house, 40 South Front 
Merrick E (c), claim agent, 116 South Front 
Merillo Joseph, merchandise, 115 South Front 
Meadows Thos, miller, IGG South Front 
Marks & Son, dry goods and notions, wholesale and retail, 

71-73 Pollock 
Marks O, r 99 Pollock 
Marks Mortie M, r 19 Johnson 
McDaniel J L, elk, r 28 Broad 
McSorley C J, r 75 Pollock 
McDaniel Jos (c), blacksmitii, G8 Broad 
Merillo Joe, Italian harp artist, 115 South Front 
McKay J A, carpenter A and N C R R shops 
Marshall T E, carpenter A and N C R R shops, r 164 Graves 
Miller Wm (c), laborer A and X C R R shops 
Mulford C (c), laborer Trent River Lumber Co 
Murray Ed (c), laborer Trent River Lumber Co 
Mosely D G (c), contractor 
Mackey S, (c) contractor 

Montague Phil, employe Congdon Lumber Co 
Mumford J (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co 
Martin T (c\emplo3'e Stinson Lumber Co 
Mitchell T J, bki)r, 74 Broad 



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52 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Moulton Mrs Mary, taxidermist, r 90 East Front 
McLacklin Alex, iSupt JNleadows Co Guano Factory, r 134 

Pollock, 
Manwell James, engineer New Berne steam fire engine 
McFrater B (c), carpenter, r 296 Pollock 

National Bank of New Berne, J A Bryan President, 51 
Pollock 

Nea'l B B, r 87 East Front 

New Berne Sewerage Co, 16 Craven 

New Berne Water- Works Co, 16 Craven 

New Berne, Norfolk and Washington (boat) Direct Line 
Office, Ralph Gray agt, 1 Craven 

New Berne Journal (daily and weekly), E E Harper editor 
and owner, 70 Craven 

Nunn Romulus A, elk post-office, r 11 Pollock 

Nixon R B, lawyer, 65 Pollock, r 12 Change 

New Berne Yacht Club, foot Broad 

Nelson Jos E, watchman, r 32 South Front 

Nunn & McSorlev, cigars and confections, cor Middle and 
Pollock 

Nunn Numa, r 11 Pollock 

Neal J PI, machinist Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad 
shops, r 87 East Front 

New Berne Ice Co, B S Guion general manager, 19 Griffith 

New Berne Stove and Hardware Co, 70 Middle 

New Berne Steam Fire Engine Co, J W Moore foreman, 82 
Middle 

Nelson Charles E, meat market, 67 Broad, r 76 Metcalf 

Nicholson J W, r 47 South From 

New Berne Collegiate Institute, Academy Green, Han- 
cock, J D Hodges principal 

New Berne Opera House, Odd Fellows' Building, Hancock 

Near Prof Geo W, school, 87 East Front 

New Berne Gas Co, S W Smallwood manager, 136 South 
Front 

New Berne Knitting Mills, Henry Rishton manager, near 
O D wharf 

New Berne Electric Light and Railway Co, R P Wil- 
liams manager 

New Berne Cotton Ginning Co, east side Market Dock 



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NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 



O 



IJVER (JEO A, r 03 Broad 



-y O'Hara James E (e), lawyer, 31 Craven, r 514 George 
Odeii A G (f), sihoeinaker, 40 Craven 
Oliver "W H, insurance, 57 South Front, r 89 Broad 
Oxley Miss Minnie, saleslady, 73 Poliock 
Odd Fellows' Hall, Hancock, o|)i)osile Academy Green 
Oxley Sarah, ice cream, 59 Broad 

PATTERSON M & SON, proprs Hotel Albert, 81 Middle 
Talterson M, r Hotel Albert 

Patterson J A, r Hotel Albert 

Patterson W E, r HoJel Albert 

Pitts W J, manager Neuj^e Lumber Co, r J 05 Graves 

Patterson F T, billiard hall under Hotel Albeit, r 3 Johnson 

Primrose Dr R S, physician and suigeon, 135 Middle, r 89 
Craven 

Pelletier P H, lawyer, C5 Pollock, r 9 Union 

Powell A H, Teller Farmers and Merchants Bank, r 185 
Middle 

Pope S D, life insurance agent, r 70 George 

Powell Noah (c), f-aloon, 151 Queen, r 355 Pollock 

Powell Alex (c), bartender, 15 L Queen, r 355 Pollock 

Pope G W, elk, r 70 George 

Parker J R, jr, grocer, 77 Broad, r OS Metcalf 

Pugh W N, elk, r 07 Craven 

Powell A B, construction master Atlantic and North Caro- 
lina Railroad, r 185 Middle 

Powell W P, assistant agt W N & N Railroad, r 185 Middle 

Phillips W S, harness maker, 94 Middle, r 88 Metcalf 

Pool John (c), eating saloon, 119 South Front 

Parsons' Restaurant, 23 Middle 

Posey Thos H, teacher New Berne Collegiate Instiiute, r 41 
South Front 

Pearce W H, 21 Pollock • 

Pope J R, elk, r 70 George 

Par-sons Samuel, 10 Middle (upstairs), r cor Craven and New 

Perrv Edward E, elk, r 174 Middle 

Paln?ier W S, Notary Public. 40 Pollock, r 100 Pollock 

Pigott J R, manager groceries, 34 Middle, r 89 Hancock 

Pasteur Henry (c). sawver Stinson Lumber Co 

Perry Fred L, r 174 Middle 

Paris Z, merchandise, cor Spring and Pollock 



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54 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Pearce Lemuel B, engineer, r cor South Front and Metcalf 
Pearce William E, engineer steamer New Berne 
Pasteur Henry (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co 
Pennington C E (Ellis Shingle Mill), r IG South Front 
Petree Rev D H, pastor Disciples Church, Hancock st, r 15 
George 

QUIDLEY MISS A L, saleslady, r 98 East Front 
Quinn Rev Father P F, Priest Catholic Church, r 1G7 
Middle 
Quidley J L, sawyer Trent River Lumber Co, r 98 East Front 
Quidley E E, janitor court-house, r 98 East Front 

ROWE E F, bartender (J F Tavlor's), r 65 Craven 
Rosenbaum J, clothing, etc, 35 and Go Middle 

Richardson C H, 117 Pollock 

Reizenstein Charles, real estate, 28 Craven, r 32 Pollock 

Roberts E B, head clerk N N and W line, r cor New and 
Metcalf 

Roberts E F, cleik N N and W line, r cor New and Metcalf 

Richardson & Son, job printers, 64 Craven 

Richardson N S, r 82 Pollock 

Richardson R A, r 31 Pollock 

Roberts G D, foreman .Journal ofiice, 70 Craven 

Rue W P, clerk. 139 Pollock 

Rountree W M, clerk, r 1 Johnson 

Roberts F C, Treasurer Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- 
road Co, r 109 Pollock 

Rodman J P. saloon, junction Queen and Broad 

Rhem Dr J F, phj'sician and surgeon, otfice and r 111 Broad 

Rhem J L, trucker, r 111 Broad 

Rountree W F, commission merchant, 65 South Front, r 1 
Johnson 

Redmcnd James, Secretary Cotton Exchange, r Hotel Albert 

Rishton Miss Lucy, millinery department, G7 Pollock, r 126 
Broad 

Rishton H, manager New Berne Knitting Mills, r 126 Broad 

Rhodes Mrs M J, millinery, 76 Pollock, r 103 Craven 

Rose Wallace, merchandise, 172 Broad, r cor South Front 
and Spring 

Roberts A, printer, r 160 South Front 

Radcliff S C, restaurant, 124 Middle, r same 



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NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 55 



Robbins Thomas (c), huckster, 128 Middle 

Roberts and Bro, grocers, 80 South Front 

Roberts D L, r 20 Eden 

Roberts S G, r cor New and Metcalf 

Roberts C VV, clerk, 47 Pollock. 

Roberts Geo H, Cashier National Bank, 51 Pollock, r same 

Respass Ed (cj, tireman Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- 
road shops 

Richardson .J B, timekeeper Atlantic and North Carolina 
Railroad shops 

Roberts M T, grocer, cor Pasteur and Queen 

Respass Owen (c), employe Congdon & Co 

Roberts Jas (c), employe Congdon & Co 

Richardson Wm {c\ employe Stinson Lumber Co 

Rigdon J C, manager New Berne Stove and Hardware Co, 
r 18 Eden 

Roberts D W, r 26 Eden 

SPENCER C L, grain dealer, 21 Middle, r American House 
Simpkins & Bro, eating saloon, 33 Middle 
Schultz L & Co, clotliing and dry goods, 107-109 Middle 
Swert B, meat market. 40 Middle and 51 Broad, r 108 Broad 
Smalhvood & Slover, hardware, 73 Middle 
Smallwood E W, r cor Craven and New 
Slover Dr Geo, r Hotel Albert 
Styron Grey, r 55 Hancock 

Smith A J, clothing and dry goods, 79 Middle, r Hancock 
Smith J E, r 34 Hancock 
Sultan Wm, dry goods, 89 Middle, r 89 Pollock 
Swindell W B, salesman, r 52 Broad 
Schultz L, r 116 Pollock 
Schultz N, 116 Pollock 

Simmons F G, cotton broker, 18 Craven, r 32 Johnson 
Southern Express Co, W P M Bryan agent, 18 Craven 
Strausbury, elk E C D wharf 
Selby L R (c), porter E C D Line 
Smith H B, elk, r cor Hancock and Queen 
Smaw D G, tinner, 59 Craven, r 28 South Front 
Slover C E, grocer, 73 Craven, r 99 East Front 
Street Dr N H, pliysician and surgeon, 129 Middle, r 18 

.Johnson 
Street S R, insurance, 79 South Front, r 105 Pollock 



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50 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Sultan M H. real estate broker, 79 Middle, r 147 Mid.lle 
Stewart J W, liverv and sales sta'ules 70-715 Broad, r 86 

Pollock 
Styron WK, Jr, Auditor A and N C R R, r Crockett's Farm 
Simmons Abe, mercbandise, 193 Pollock 
Simp!«on J A, builder and undertaker, 128 Broad, r 126 

Broad 
Smallwood J W, grocer, 71 Broad, r 74 Hancock 
Slade John H, huckster, 53 Broad 
Stover Charles, meat market, 51 Broad, r 108 Broad 
Stibing & Co, cabinet makers, 101 Hancock 
Sawyer Richard (c), tailor, 63 South Front 
Shepard W H (c) barber, 69 South Front 
Spruell P W (c), barber, 85 South Front 
Stallings H S, elk, r cor Pollock and George 
Smith L A, engineer New Berne Ice (,'o, r 15 Griffith 
Slade Nathan (c), Trent River Lumber Co 
Scott M J, groceries, 24 Middle 
Street E S, livery and exchange stables, 92 Middle, r 23 

George 
Smith Mrs F M, bnardiug-house, 90 Middle 
Scott S H, r 8 Griffith 

Smith Isaac H (c), money broker, 130 Middle, r 47 Queen 
Simmons F M, r 166 Middle 
Smith J U, r Fulford House 

Stevenson M De W, lawyer, 72 South Front, r 119 Pollock 
Stevenson H C, lawyer, 72 South Front, r 106 Craven 
Simmons & Gib.bs, lawyers, 68 South Front 
Smith Capt W B, steamer Laura, r 46 South Front 
Styron Capt David, r cor George and South Front 
Smith F W, elk, 17 Pollock 
Staub H J, dairyman, r 129 Broad 
Scheelky C J, planing mill and builder, Atmore 
Smith F W, r 47 South Front 
Smith J H, elk office A and N C R R, r 21 Queen 
Springle H G, machinist A and NCR R, r 12 Griffith 
Stanly J B, machinist A and N C R R shops 
Stanl)'- J P (c), constable 

Scales J C, blacksmith A and NCR R, 27 Queen 
San ford Wm, fireman A and N C R R 
Speight David (c), oyster saloon, lis Middle 
Sutton Thos II, foreman Moody Lumber Co 



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NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 57 

Scolt Eugene, mdse, 88 Queen 

yhepai'd Miles (c), eatino- hou^e, 10 Pastt^ur 

Starkey Ed, engineer iStinson Lumber Co 

Snelling Joe, Siinson Lumber Co 

iSmiili jolni, Siinson Lumber Co 

Suler Jojm, furniture, 03 Middle, r 28 Metealf 

Spruell A A (c) porter, r 48 Mi(idle 

Seymour Judge A S, U S Dist Court, r 84 EmsI Front 

Shaw Owen (c), employe Cong'hm & Co 

Simmons Hugh (c), employe Siinson Lumber Co 

Saunders John (c), employe Stitifeon Lumber (\) 

Sykes Willie (c), em{)loye Stinsou Lumber Co 

Spencer Henry (c), em{)loye Stini-ou Lumber Co 

Smallwood S W, manager New Berne Gas Co, r cor East 

Front and Change 
Swert Joseph, trucker, 108 Broad 

Swert Bernard Jr, meat market elk, 41) Middle, r 108 Broad 
Styron W S, wood inspector, r 55 Hancock 
Smith Miss W B, boarding-house, 37 East Front 

THOMAS J A, clerk, r 104 Pollock 
Thompson A (', delivery clerk E C D line, r 34 Johnson 

Thomas Charles R, lawyer, 72 Craven, r 95 East Front 

Tucker Eugene, merchandis:e, 149 Broad, r 151 Broad 

Toler T J, policeman, r 21 Metealf 

Thomas P L, cigar manufacturer, 5G Broad, r same 

Tolson J J, grocer, 69 Broad, r same 

Thomas J C, jr, hunter and guide, r Metealf 

Taylor L J, groceries and liquors, Taylor Junction, r 115 
Hancock 

Taylor Ellijah, carpenter Atlantic and North Carolina Rail- 
road shops, r 28 George 

Trent River Lumber Co, J L Cooper manager, South Front 

Taylor J F, wholesale and retail grocer and liquor dealer, 
18-22 Middle, r 97 Middle, upstairs 

Taylor Charles H (c), saloon, 42 Middle 

Turner T J, furniture, 72 Middle, r 70 Hancock 

Trenwith P, blacksmith, 78 Middle 

Taylor J B, head car[)enter Atlantic and North Carolina 
Kailroad shop^, r 11 Griflith 

The Clark Co, shin manufMcturer?, 32 Middle 

Tisdaie Frank, lawver, 7G South Front 



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58 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

The "City Bakery," Lucas & Lewis, proprs, 9 J South Front 
Tooker IT H, Cily Pump Inspector, r 26 East Front 

UNITED STATES CUSTOM HOUSE, Robert Han- 
cock collector, 45 Craven 
United States Post-office, W E Clark postmaster, cor Craven 

and Pollock 
United States Revenue Cutter ''Winona," Captain Simmons, 

wharf foot Change 
TJlrich F, wholesale and retail merchant, 40 Middle, r 20 

Johnson 
Ulrich Rudol[)h, clerk, 4Q Middle, r 20 Johnson 

VARDELL REV C G, pastor First Presbyterian Church, 
r 21 Johnson 
Valiva J P, wharf builder, r 17 Metcalf 
Vincent A PI, merchandise, East Pollock 
Vail S A (c), barber, 121 South Front 

WOLFENDEN J J, real estate, 11 Middle, r SS Craven 
Wvman G F, clerk, r 44 Broad 
Watson C T, fish dealer, 13 Middle, r 110 Pollock 
"Watson & Daniels, ice, coal, etc., 45 Middle 
Watson W M, Clerk Superior Court, court-house, r 34 New 
Watson J W, broker and agent, r 34 New 
Watson W M, jr, agent Building and Loan, r 34 New 
Watson S B & Co, trunk manufacturers, 69 South Front 

upstairs 
Watson S B, r 34 New 
Williams B F (c), meat market, 53 Middle 
AVarren John, meat market, 55 Middle 
Wallnan D M, Green Front Novelty Store, 59 Middle 
Waters S B, confections and cigars, 105 Middle, r 33 New 
Waters T W, news dealer, 105 Middle, r 33 New 
Waters George B, clerk, 105 Middle, r 33 New 
Whitty J C & Co, hardware, 23 to 27 Craven 
Whitty J C, r 34 South Front 
Willis P A, machinist, r 22 East Front 
Whitehurst H C, lawyer, 60 Craven, r 19 Queen 
Waters S Z, clerk, 70 Craven 
Western Union Telegraph Co, Miss M L Bryan manager, 

17 Craven 



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NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 59 

Wood L S, hardware, 43 Pollock, r 20 Eden 

Wood Hugh D, supt Gas Co, r 20 Eden 

Whitehurst M E, crockery and glassware, 45 Pollock, rsame 

Willett W C (H & W), r " The Oaks " 

Whitford Col J D, soliciting agent Atlantic and North Caro- 
lina Railroad Co, r 123 Craven 

Wallace W D, City Clerk and Tax Collector, r 14 Metcalf 

Willis Joe K, marble yard, 32 Broad, r 03 Craven 

White G H (c), lawyer. Solicitor Second District, G4 Broad, 
r 39 Johnson 

Waters G H & Son, carriage makers, 78 Broad 

AV^iters G H, r 72 Hancock 

Waters G S, r 22 New 

Warters \V R, master machinist A & N C Railroad shops, 
r 49 Metcalf 

Walker Adolphu?, elk Congdon & Co, r 29 New 

Williamson R W (c), lawyer, G2 Craven, r 75 Burn 

AVillis D S, freight agt A & N C R R, r Macadamized Road 

Wahab H W, r 30 South Front 

Waters James W, lawyer, do South Front, r 10 Change 

Willis C F, boarding-house, 104 South Front 

Waters J W (c), shoemaker, 118 South Front 

Wadsworth G L, elk, r 40 Hancock 

Winfield & Son, carriage manufacturers, GG Broad 

Winfield D D (c), huckster, 2 Middle 

Ward Alfred (c), huckster, 4 Middle 

Walston A (c), fish dealer, G Middle 

Webster Sarah C (c), eating-house, 8 Middle 

Willis S W, grocer, oG Middle, r G5 Metcalf 

Whitford N, meat market, 8G Middle 

Wallace Anson G, watchman N N & W Line, r 8G Middle 

Wahab G S, elk, r 30 South Front 

Whalev Mrs Beftie, millinerv, 78 Pollock, r same 

Winfield H, r 42 Broad 

Winfield W H, r 10 Griffith 

Walker Miss Nellie, music teacher New Berne Collegiate 
Institute, r 20 New 

Warters Clifton R, machinist A & N C Railroad shops, 49 
Metcalf 

Warters W W, machinist A & N C Railroad shops, 49 Metcalf 

Wood D B. carpenter A & N C Railroad shops, r 118 Broad 

Wigfall William (c\ car cleaner A & N C Railroad 



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60 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

Whitfield William (c), fireman A & N C Railroad 

Wooten L C, telegraph operator, 71 Craven, r 20 rollick 

Wilmington, New Berne and Norfolk Railroad Com- 
pany Depot, cor Queen and East From 

Williams R P, manager Electric Light Powtr Company, r 58 
South Front 

Wallace George W, first mate steamer Neu.se 

Willis Bud (c), employe JStinson Lumber Co 

Williams E (c), employe ytinson Lumber Co 

Wilson Jim (c), employe Siinson Lumber Co 

Williams John (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co 

AVard Herbert (c), employe Stinson Lumber Co 

Wood J W, tinner, 17 Middle, r 19 Met calf 

Willis Rev R A, pastor M E Church, New st, r cor Middle 
and New 

Wadsworth Enoch, r 95 Broad 

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION HALL, 
Stanly building. Craven st 
Young John B, machinist Congdon & Co, r 130 Middle 




S. B. Templeton. 

Wm. M. McLain. 

S. K. Cordon, of N. C. 



SHIPPERS OF 

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General 



^'"^^'ctS'^^' Co minis sioii 

p^c^uce^^'-"'" ^ Merchants m 

No. 117 South Calvert Street, h'o. 116 Cheapside, 
BALTIMORE, MD. 

Consignments Solicited. Steiicila Ftji-nistiecl. 

REFERENCK :— Any ^Vl^olesale Commission House in Baltimore. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. Gl 

NEWBERN^-^ 

--COLLEGIATE-- 

NEWBERN, N. C. 



J. D. HODGES, A. M., Principal. 

Instructor in Higher English and the Classics. 
Miss HaTTie D.\ii„ - - instructor in Higher Mathematics. 

Rev. T. H. Posey, - .- Instructor in Intermediate English. 

Mrs. a. B. Ferrebee, - - Instructor in Primary Department. 

Dr. I. Kaiser, - - Instructor in Vocal Music and German. 

Miss Nellie Walker, - - instructor in Instrumental Music. 

Rev. a. E. Elvin, - - Instructor in Commercial Branches. 



Tuition from $i.oo to $3.50 per month. . . . 

.... Board from $8.00 to $10.00 per month. 
Fund for aid of Indigent Young Men and Women. 



rfEELiiy^ 




pchitect and Buildep 



LUMBER AND PLANING MILL. 



Estimates Furnished 
AND Bids Made _ _ _ 

^ Satisfactory Work Done 

Prices Reasonable _ _ _ 

Call on or address, 

C. J. SCHEELI-ilV, 

Lock Box 481. Atmore St. NEW BERN. N. C. 



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62 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



NORFOLK, NEWBERN AND WASHINGTON 

DIRECT LINE. 
TrRi= Weekly TTrif^s. 



In order to make more convenient and economical use of the vessels 
now employed in the North Carolina service, and thus to 

BETTER SERVE THE INTERESTS OF SHIPPERS, 

the Clyde Line and Old Dominion Steamship Company have concluded 

to merge their respective lines between Newbern, N. C, and 

Norfolk, Va. , into one line, thus giving passengers and 

truck shippers three trips each week between 

Newbern and Norfolk via Washington. 

EEE^^ NO ADVANCE IN RATES =^= 



On and after MONDAY, OCTOBER i6th, 1S93, until further 
notice, the 

Steamer NEWBERNE, Capt. Southgate, 

AND 

Steamer DEFIANCE, Capt. Burgess, 

Will sail from Norfolk, Va., for Newberne every Moudaj' and Thursday 
direct, and Wednesday via Washington, making connections with the 
Atlantic & North Carolina Railroad at Newberue and the Water Lines 
on Neuse and Trent Rivers. 

Returning, will sail from Newberne for Norfolk, via Roanoke Island 
Wharf, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday at 12 M., making connection at 
Norfolk with the Old Bay Line for Baltimore, the Clyde Line for Phila- 
delphia, the Old Dominion Steamship Company for New York, the 
Merchants and Miners' Line for Providence and Boston, and the Water 
Lines for Washington, D. C. and Richmond, Va., thus giving an all 
water route to all Northern and Eastern points. 

Also connection made with the C. & O. R. R., B. & O. R. R., and 
N. &. W. R. R. for the West. 

Passengers will find a good table, comfortable rooms, and every 
courtesy and attention will be paid them by the officers. 

Order all goods, care of N. N. & W. Direct Line, Norfolk, Va. 

RALPH GRAY, Agent. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The ]VIecbanicS and 

Investors' Union 



63 



"^ ^^ ikf- "^ "^ "^ "^ "^ 



ARE PREPARED 



-TO 



# 



IVIake Loans 



Real Estate Security 
on Eight Years Time 

ill any town in wliich a branch 
can be organized. 



The Borrower will be insured for the 
full amount, and in case of his death the 
loan will be paid by the iusurance. 

Certificates of stock, with Combined 
Insurance Policy, are issued to parties 
between the af:;es of 15 and 65, pa^-able 
in about ei^ht years, based upon small 
fixed monthly payments, and forming one of the safest and most profit- 
able investments. 

For particulars write to the Mechanics and Investors' Union. 

GEORGE ALLEN, Secretary, 

«?-ACENTS WANTED. RALEIGH, N. C. 



C. E. miSOK 



® 9 



DEALER IN 




CHICAGO BEEF 

IN SEASON. 



Beef, Pork, 

Sausage, 
% Veal, 
Mutton. 



Orders Promptly Filled and Delivered to any 
Part of the City. 



No, 07 Broad Street, 



NEW BERNE, N, C. 



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64 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



n/ry tf JAS. A. BRYAN, . . . President 

I S^ /"^ THOS. DANIELS, . Vice-President 

■ II r~ G. H. ROBERTS Cashier 

National «»•«»•» 

Bank. • • of New Berne, N. C. 



Incorporated 1865. 



Capit.\l Stock, . . $100,000. Surplus Profits, . $90,000. 



-^ DIRECTORS : -4*- 

JAS. A. BRYAN. J. H. HACKBURN. THOS. DANIELS. 

G. H. ROBERTS. CHAS. S. BRYAN. L. HARVEY. 

JOHN DUNN. 

COMMISSION * MGReHANT, 

DEALER IN 

Kreshi * and ^ Salt ^ Kisti, 

Turtles, . . . ^|^9^^ Oysters, . . . 

. . Terrapins, ^^H^^HP^Hp^^ • Corn, Peas, 

Potatoes, **^ -ow^soesK^gj^^*^ Eggs & Furs. 
MARKET DOCK, 

o<^NEW BERNE M MOREHEAD GUY, N. G.t> 

Ht^^Consignments respectfully solicited and promptly attended to. 

SHIPPING ORDERS =^~ 

.... Care fully Pat Up. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. Go 



DAILY AND WEEKLY 






JOURNAL. 



• • • 



New Berne, 
North Carolina. 



DAILY, $5.00 per Year. 

WEEKLY, 1. 00 per Year. 

The above rates are payable in advance. 



PUBLISHED IN THE CENTRE OF THE GREAT TRUCKING 
REGION OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



GIRGULATES EXTENSIVELY- 



IN ALL THE ADJOINING COUNTIES, AND 

HAS COERESPONDENTS FSOM VAEIOUS POINTS 

TO CHRONICLE ALL EVENTS OF IMPORTANCE. 



Sample Copy Free! 



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Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 
66 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. D. BflRHmOTON'S 



Is the Place to Buy 



iViQ^ Clott\ir\2 

SHOES AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

So/e Agents for Crosseit's Men's Fine Shoes. 
Ziegler's Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Shoes. 

And SPECIAL DRIVES in all Goods 
in my line. 

lt^"I POSITIVELY GUARANTEE SATISFACTION 
IN EVERY RESPECT. 

L. H. CUTLER. B. B. NRAL. 

L. H. CUTLER & CO., 

HARDWARE 



Sash, Doors, Blinds 



-AND- 



AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 



Miiddle Street, New Berne, N. C. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 67 



SURGEON DENTIST, 

Office, No, 95 Middle St., NEWBERN, N. C. 



Patentee and Manufacturer of the " BAGBY DENTAL ARTICU- 
LATION CUP." 



Isaac H. ©imith 



Office and Place of Business, 1 30 Middle St. ^ 
Residence, 47 Johnson St 

LOANS AND DISCOUNTS. 



^ Real Estate Agerit 
Bailding and IiQari 



If you wish to BORROW or INVEST MONEY call on him. 

CHARLES R. THOIVIAS, 
Attorrxevj ai^d Go\jr\sellor at LiaW 

Office, Stanly Building, Craven Street, near Pollock, 
NEW BERNE, N. C. 



^'XS.^CTXCES XiT ST-A-TZE! .A.iTX) X"E:ZDSZS.^Zj CO-CTXaTS. 



E. B. ECLLTS: 



^(/ Dealer in Anthracite f^ (f^ /\ I 
^'^ and Bituminous \> V//l L 

NAVAL STORES AND SHINGLES. 
e • e 

No. 29 Socith Kroot Street, Union Point. 



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Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 
68 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



K. R. Jones 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 



P. 0. Box 4S9. 



^ ^ Qer\eral JMercKair\dise. 



64 Middle Street, NEW BERNE, N. C. 



THE cIvArk: company, 

Box L, NEW BERNE, N. C. 

Shirt and Pants Makers 

FOR WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE. 

Correspondence invited from out-of-town buj'ers. 

Prices and Workmanship Guaranteed. 

G. M. V^AXERS &> Son, 

No. 78 Broad St., near the Railroad. 

Buggies, • "^^M ^'^ ^^"^^ • 



Carriages, . \/4 ^^ Riding 

Wagons, ^^^^^?\ Vehicles. 

QnH Torfc a \/m\/V^^^d General Blacksmithing 

ana tans. O X^^jy Vlljy^^ and Repairing. 

E. W. 3RYAN, 

DEALER IN 

Wirxes, Liquors, Ale, Beer, Cigars, &c. 

Finest Goods kept in stock and every effort made to 
please the trade. 

Cot. South Front and Graven Sts., NEW BERNE, N. C. 



SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 

ADVERTISEMENTS. 69 



=/. H. HACKBURN- 



JVholesale Gi-ocer . . . 

• • • unci » » • 

... Provision Merchant, 



No, 171 Broad Street, 



GEO. N, IVES k SON., f'sh - • • 

Oysters. 



I'-a-ck:ee.s o^- 




Fresh and Salt Fish of all kinds in season, carefully packed and shipped to 
all parts of the country. 

SHIPPERS OF THE FAMOUS * p^^^j^^ Houses JmokrhS'^CITY. 
New River and Airo-f /^n-o ^ UeauFOUT. 

North River . . UyStClS. ^ Branch House: . . RALEIGH, N. C. 

/. R. PARKER, Jr„ . . 

- . ,— i— . . . (Successor to Churchill & Parker.) 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Choice • Family • Groceries • and • Provisions, 

Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded 

.... Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce. 

.... Commodious Stable Accommodations Free 

No. 77 BEOAD STEEET. 



SMOKE LA FLOR DE TELLER CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 
70 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

ATLANTIC & NORTH CAROLINA 

-^ R AII.RO AD :^ 



Connects with the E. C. D. Line of Steamers at 
New Bern for all points North, these steamers con- 
necting with the Norfolk Southern Railroad, the 
N. Y., P. & N. R. R., and Pennsylvania Railroad. 

Connects also with Bay Line of Steamers at Nor- 
folk, and with the " Norfolk, New Bern and Wash- 
ington (N. C.) Direct Line " of Steamers for Norfolk, 
connecting with " Clyde " Line for Baltimore and 
Philadelphia, and the " Old Dominion " Line for New 
York. 

Connects at Goldsboro and Kinston with Atlantic 
Coast Line for all points South, and for Northern, 
Eastern and New England cities. 

Connects with Richmond & Danville Railroad at 
Goldsboro for all points North, East, South and West. 

Connects with the Wilmington, New Bern & Nor- 
folk Railroad at New Bern for all points on their line 
and connections. 

Through Tickets and Through Bills Lading. 

S. L. DILL, Sup't, W. S. CHADWICK, Pres't. 

New Bern, N. C. 



SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 

STOP AT THE 1:UI?<>1M:.VN IK) ri:L, KALKKJH, X. c. 

ALL THE DELICACIES DAILY. 



GLflSSIFIED DIRECTORY. 



BANKS. 



Citizens, 71 Middle, Thos A Green, president 
Farmers and Merchants, Go Pollock, L H Cutler president. 
National Bank of New Berne, Jas A Bryan president, 51 
Pollock 

BARBERS. 

Allen W F (c), 68 Middle 
Banks H L (c), 93 Middle 
Blount Sylvester (c), 164 Broad 
Bow Timothy (c), 140 Middle 
Elliott & Green (c), 116i Middle 
Jarvis W H (c), 164 Broad 
Shepard W H (c), 69 South Front 
Spruill P W (c), 85 South Front 

BOARDING. 

American House, N Whitford prop 

Credle iMrs B G, 62 South Front 

Credle Mrs S E, 37 South Front 

Dowdy H H, 14 East Front 

Fulford House, 41 South Front 

Hancock House, 105 Hancock 

Hines Mrs J M, 99 Middle 

Hotel Albert, 81 Middle, M Patterson & Son props 

ISIoore Wright, 40 South Front 

Smith Mrs F M, 90 IMiddle 

Smith Miss W B, 37 East Front 

Willis C F, 104 South Front 



SMOKE LA FLOR DE TELLER CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 

72 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

BUTCHERS. 

Brice Jno H (c), Pasteur 
Cohn S & Son, 81 South Front 
Johnston Matt (c), 215 Pollock 
Nelson Chas E, G7 Broad 
Swert B, 49 Middle and 51 Broad 
Stover Chas, 51 Broad 
Williams B F (c), 53 Middle 
Warren John, 55 Middle 

CARRIAGE MAKERS. 

Cook Sam'l, 126 Pollock 
Waters G H & Son, 78 Broad 
Winfield & Son, 66 Broad 

CLOTHING. 

Barrington W D, 67 Middle 
Cohen J S, 57 Middle 
Cohen Sol, 77 Middle 
Howard J M, 53 Pollock 
Humphrey Hill, 48 Middle 
Rosenbaum J, 35 and 65 Middle 
Schultz L & Co, 107 and 109 Middle 
Smith A J, 79 Middle 

COTTON BROKERS. 

Bryan E K, Cotton Exchange 

Caraway D T, 20 Craven 

Gates & Oliver, 19 Craven 

Green Thos A, 71 Middle 

Havens Jonathan, Cotton Exchange 

La Montague Pierre, Old Dominion Wharf 

Latham J E, 3 Craven 

Manley M, 18 Craven 

Mebane C D, Cotton Exchange 

Meyer Frank, Cotton Exchange 

Redmond James, Cotton Exchange 

Simmons F G, 18 Craven 



SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Pliila. 



NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 73 



COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Bishop E K, near Old Dominion Wharf 

Burrus W P & Co, 34 Middle 

HoUister & Cox, 53 South Front 

La Montagne Pierre, Old Dominion whart 

Latham J E, 3 Craven 

Rountree W F, 65 South Front 

CONTRACTORS AND CARPENTERS. 

Hancock J W, r 189 Middle 

Latham .J E, 3 Craven 

McKay JA, A&NCRR shops 

Marshall TE, A&NCRR shops 

]\Ioseley D G (c) 

Mackey S (c) ^ -^ , 

Tavlor Elijah, A&NCRR shops 

Taylor J B, A & N C R R shops 

Wood D B, A & N C R R shops 

COLORED CHURCHES. 

First Baptist, South Front, Rev John Johnston (c) pastor 

Clinton Chappel, Methodist, Norwood st 

Cedar Grove Baptist, Fair Grounds, Elder Smiles 

Colored Catholic, Middle, Rev P F Qufnn 

Bethel Methodist, Macadamized Road^- 

Ebenezer Presbyterian, Pasteur 

Guildfield Baptist, Pavytown 

Newtown Baptist, W H Moon (c) Pastor 

St Cyprian (c) Episcopal, Queen, Rev S W Cassey 

DRUGGISTS. 

Berry Richard, 87 Middle 

Duffy F S, 61 Middle 

GreenCC, estate of, 103 Middle 

Gaskill Geo W, cor Middle and Pollock 

Gooding R J, 96 Middle 

Jordan J V, 144 Middle 

Mace U S, 31 Middle 

Jones R D V, 111 ^Middle 

West End Drug Company, lo3 Broad 



SMOKE LA FLOR DE TELLER CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 

74 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

DRY GOODS. 

Baxter J J, 91 Middle 

Duffy H B, 67 Pollock 

Jarvis D F, 63 Pollock 

Hackburn & Willett, 47 and 49 Pollock 

Jones K R, 64 Middle 

Holland J B, 95 Middle 

Marks & Son, wholesale and retail, 71 and 73 Pollock 

Ulrich F, wholesale and retail, 46 Middle 

FISH AND OYSTER DEALERS. 

Daniels John, 10 Middle 
Daniels Thomas, 11 Middle 
Gaskill Fernie & Co, 14 Middle 
Ives Geo N & Son, 12 Middle 
Lane B B, 16 Middle 
Watson C T, 13 Middle 

GROCERS. 

Bynum A L, 119 Hancock 

Coward Mrs Delia, 121 Pollock 

Clark, J F, wholesale and retail, 36 Middle 

Dunn John, 55 and 57 Pollock 

Disosway R J, cor South Front and Jones 

Harrison J M, cor Spring and Pollock 

Hackburn J H, wholesale and retail, 171 Broad 

Joyner G (c), 18 Pasteur 

Hollister C S, 59 South Front 

Lorch Wm, 141 Broad 

Lucas & Lewis, 60 Middle 

Messic J W, 40 Middle 

Parker J R Jr, 77 Broad 

Pigott J R, 34 Middle 

Roberts & Bro, 80 South Front 

Roberts M T, cor Pasteur and Queen 

Smallwood J W, 71 Broad 

Scott M J, 24 Middle 

Taylor L J, Taylor Junction 

Taylor J F, wholesale and retail, 18-22 Middle 



SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 

NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 75 



GENERAL MERCHANTS. 

Chapman M W (c), 83 South Front 

Folmau C, 103 Hancock 

Hill Steven (c), cor South Front and German 

Huff Helen, cor South Front and Spring 

Joseph Rosa, 53 Broad 

Jones K R, 04 Middle 

Jackson James, 117 South Front 

Kellum James, 164 Pollock 

McCarthy T F, McCarthy's Square 

Merillo Joseph, 115 South Front 

Rose Wallace, 172 Broad 

Paris Z, cor Spring and Pollock 

Simmons Abe, 193 Pollock 

Scott Eugene, 88 Queen 

Tucker Eugene. 149 Broad 

Vincent A H, East Pollock 

HARDWARE. 

Draney P M, 97 and 99 South Front 

New Bern Store and Hardware Co, 18 Eden 

Smallwood and Stover, 73 Middle 

Wood L S, 43 Pollock 

Whitty J C & Co, 23-27 Craven 

Hackburn & Willett, 47 and 49 Pollock 

JEWELERS. 

Baxter E B, 99 Middle 
Bell C S, 83 Middle 
Dunn W T, 8 Pasteur 
Eaton S K, 97 Middle 
Matthews E J, 97 Middle 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Hahn M & Co, 120 and 122 Middle 
Jones J A, 70 South Front 
Stewart J W 70-76 Broad 
Street E S, 92 Middle 



SMOKE LA FLOR DE TELLER CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 

76 NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 

MACHINISTS. 

Crabtree Jno H & Co, 33-41 Craven 
Clark Ed E, r 79 Pollock 
Charlton G. E, r 22 New 
Clark C C Jr, 85 Pollock 
Manwell & Cook, near Ice Factory 
Neal JH, A&NCRR shops 
Springle HG, A&NCRR shops 
Stanly J B, A&NCRR shops 
Willis P A, r 22 East Front 
Warters W R, A & N C R R shops 
Warters C R, A & N C R R shops 
Warters W \V, A&NCRR shops 

MILLINERS. 

Lane Mrs B B, 10 Middle 
Lane Miss Harriet, 59 Pollock 
Rishton Miss Lucv, 67 Pollock 
Rhodes Mrs M J, 76 Pollock 
Whaley Mrs Bsttie, 78 Pollock 

SALOONS. 

Bryan E W, 51 South Front 

Bovvden Thos, 52 Middle 

Bergeron B W, 71 South Front 

Blumgardt, 126 Middle 

CoUegan Wm, 31 Queen 

Davis & Arnold (c), 47 Middle 

Dinkins J D, 54 and 66 Middle 

Edwards A M, 61 Broad 

Garrett J S, 38 Middle 

Harrell J W, 26 Middle 

Moore J W (" Jimmie "), 75 Middle 

Rodman J P, Junction Queen and Broad 

Taylor L J, Taylor Junction 

Taylor J F, 18-22 xMiddle 



Disosway Mark, wholesale liquor dealer, 67 South Front 



SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 

NEW BERNE CITY DIRECTORY. 77 

STEAMBOAT LINES. 

East Carolina Dispatch, 4 Craven 

Independent, East Craven 

New Bern, Norfolk and Washington, 1 Craven 

Vanceboro, 1 Craven 

Old Dominion, foot of Craven 

TAILORS. 

Chadwick F M, 43 Pollock 
Gaskill N M, 84 Middle 
Holly M P (c), 95 South Front 
Sawyer R (c), 63 South Front 



E 



UROPEAN HOTEL 



C. H. STONEBANKS, PROPRIETOR. 

EOOMS 50c. PER NIGHT. Nos. 311. 313 and 313^ Fayetteville St. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



^ Washington 
* Gazette . . . . 




A Democratic Weekly 

Fall of News and Home Reading 



A Most Excellent Advertising AIedium for 
Eastern North Carolina. 

ff. A. LATHAM, Owner and Editor. 



SMOKE LA FLOR DH TELLER CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 



78 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Mrs. E. F. DILLINGHAM, 

BOOI^SELLEI^MDS'PATIONBr^, 

Dealer in Art Needle W-^ork Supplies, 

SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY. 

143 MIDDLE STREET. 



•51 


■^MARK DISOSWAY=i£^ 


o 


li 


Successor to James Redmond, 

DEALER IN 


3 


«3 


WNES, LOUORS, 


33^ 
CD 




CIGARS AND TOBACCO, 


^ 




'' 'SorG"a^stlk'ilrse°°''", NEW-BERNE, N. G. 


^ 



W. G. BRINSON 




Fire Insttraiiee 
Agency 



-Office, No. 65 South Front Street- 



GEO. HENDERSON^ 



/"/re and Marine Insurance, 



NEW BERN, N. C. 



C^^Only First-class Companies Represented. 



SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



79 



JOHN D. DINKINS, 



DEALER IN 






7a^ 



lll:li||:ili 






REPAYS HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR:^-^ 

Beeswax, Hides 

(Green or Dry.) 

ALWAYS ON THE LOOKOUT FOR 

Cooa, Fox and Deer Hides, 

AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF SKIN. 









SEE HIM, NEXT DOOR TO K. R. JONES, 

54 and 56 Middle Street, NEW BERNE. N. C. 



PUl^E N0RTP mWW^n CO^N WpigKEY 



A. SPECIALTV. 



SMOKE LA FLOR DE TELLER CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 
80 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. J. BAXTER- 



NEW STORE. NEW GOODS. 

E. P. REED & Go's Celebrated Ladies' Shoes. 



91 Middle St., Nearly Opp. Baptist Church. 



-^•S. R. STREET ^i^ 

INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE AGENT, 
NOTARY PUBLIC. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 

No. 79 SOUTH FRONT STREET, 

• NEW BERNE, N. C. 



^ ■ • I I Wholesale Grocer. 

PAINTS, OILS, ^^ AGENCY... 

ROPES, TWINES, ^U „^^^^, ^^„ p_,^^^ 

AND CANVAS. ^| and oid 



l> wj Virginia Cheroots. 



Horsford Bread Preparation, 

ME ^ ^ 

46 Middle Street, NEW BERNE, N. C. 

C. L. SPENCER, 
Commission Merchiant 

AND DEALER IN 

HAY, CORN, OATS, BRAN and ALL KINDS FEED. 

No. 21 Middle Street. 



SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 



A D V K K TIS KM ENTS, 



81 








63 <S^a^C^a-c-^ <Ji^., 







a^e^ <=Me^<ne, 'O^ <^. 



J. G. M'^NllUGHTON Go. 



% 



WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



LUMBER A.. 
RAILROAD TIES, 



216 South Third Street, 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



SMOKE LA FLOR DB TELLER CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 



82 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. S. GARRETT'S 

WINES, LIQUORS, ALES, 
BEER, CIGARS, TOBACCO. 

Very best goods always kept in stock. 
Polite and prompt attention to all. 



No. 3S N'licldle St 

SflllOOH 



Pure Old N. C. CORN WHISKY a Specialty 




WILLIAM H. OLIVER, 

No. 57 South Front Street, 

NEWBERN, N. G. 

Insurtance ^^enl; 



PROTECTION. 



: : A number of tiine-tried : : 
: and fire-tested Companies. : 

Over |;i 25,000,000 Assets Represented. 

Notary Public and Commissioner 

of Deeds f"*" New York, Connecticut, Penn- 
sj'lvauia. Agent for National Board of Marine 
Underwriters. 



^jilliard s and Pool 



UNDER HOTEL ALBERT 



A Quiet Place 



^ 



With Polite Attention. 



FRANK T. F»A.XTE:RS0N, Proprietor. 



SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS, 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Pbila. 



ADVERTISKMKNTS. 83 



Rochester 
Brewing 





Rochester, New York 

Proprietors and Bottlers of the 

CELEBRATED RIENZl BEER--- 

WARRANTED TO bE ABSOLUTELY PURE. 



It is manufactured only from 
selected Canadian Malt, and 
\{y the Choicest Imported Hops. 



-^ 



Sold -to the trade all over 
the United States in bottles 
only. 



Sold in New Berne by "JIMMIE," No. 75 Middle Street, 
^ and J. F. Taylor, No 18-22 Middle Street. 



«^J. W. WATSON, New Berne, Agent. 



SMOKE LA FLOR DE TELLER CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 



84 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Dr. J. D. Clark 




OFFICE, No. 86 CRAVEN STREET 
NEWBERN. N. C. 



T. F. McCarthy, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



Groceries and General Store, 

McCarthy's Square, NEW BERNE, N. C 

J^ M. HOWARD 



* * 



No. 53 POLLOCK ST. 
New-Berne N. C. 



(lothier 



AND 
PvlEN'S KURNISHER. 



BERGERON'S CAFE^==^ 

% Purest Wii\?5, I iqliors, 

Cigar; rf^obacco ^"^ ^^■" ^ ^ ■" 

^ i\1^5, B^^r, 8^0, Sec 

Most Elegantly Fitted Bar in the City. 

Choice Drinks to Order. Polite Attention to Trade. 

No. 11 SOUTH FRONT ST., UNbER GASTON HOUSE. 



SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 85 



LAW OFFICE OF 



J. E. O'HARA, 



31 Craven St., Near South Front. 



PRACTICES IN THE UNITED STATES 



AND STATE COURTS. 



—=^^=— _ Tons o rial 

Everything Strictly First-Class. ^h 

vfey Artist . . . 



No. 93 Middle St., Five Doors North of Hotel Albert. 



POLITENESS im STRICT ATTENTION TO BUSINESS IS MY MOTTO. 



Hot Baths Day or Night. 

Only Shop in the City with Baths Attached. 



SMOKE LA FIvOR DH TELLER CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 
86 ADVERTISEMENTS. 




HENDERSON, PFIEL & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS 

CAKES, CRACKERS 

AND FANCY BISCUITS. 
25 EAST PRATT STREET, 



. . . BALTIMORE, MD. 




For Everythiag You Want -*^ -%- 
^ Go To ^ 

J, F. TAYLOR'S, 

Largest Wholesale and^^ 

^Retail House in the City, 

Fall Line Groceries, Ship Chand= 
lerjTy Oil and Rubber Goods, The 
Best and Most Complete Line of 

VO'xms, liquors, ^c, tzousiai. 



CORN WHISK 

FROM THE MOST RENOWNED DISTILLERS 
IN THE STATE. 



SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 87 



A. M. EDWARDS. -^ ei Broad st. 



Dealer in . . 



Wines, Ciquors, AIcs,^^^^— 

— zi=Bccr, Cigars, etc. 

FULL LINE BOTTLED GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. 
Sole Agent for the celebrated:<-^- 

BUDWEISER EXPORT BEER. 



FERNIE GASKILL & CO., 

DEALERS IN AND SHIPPERS OF 

OYSTERS, . . jmIii. M middle ST., 

5i5l? 5I?tppeb C. £). D.-^^ 

(NORTH CAROLINA,^ 
TO ALL POINTS iN^ SOUTH CAROLINA Vat short notice 
IaND GEORGIA 3 

: : : : SATISFACTION GUARANTEED- 

(jREEfl FHONT NOVELTY STOHE, 

No. 59 Middle St., opposite K. R. Jones. 
Headquarters for 

ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 

ALSO SOLID AND PLATED JEWELRY, WATCHES, ETC. 
The only special house in the city for Pictures, Frames and 

Easels. Prices Moderate. _ . . ., - ., 

"^^ D. M. WALLNAN. 



SMOKE LA FLOR DE TELLER CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 
ADVERTISEMENTS. 



REGULAR SALE DAYS 



I. W71YNE mmw^^ 

Wednesdays and Saturdays. 
Commission Merchant, Real Estate Agent and Broker. 

Consignments Solicited. Dealer in Real Estate. 

Investment Securities a Specialty. 

Office and Sales Rooms on Craven St. NEW-BERNE, N. C. 

-J^^- 



R. W. WILLIAMSON, 
o< ATTORNEY AT LAW I>o 

NO. 62 CRAVEN ST., 
. . NEW-BERNE, N. G. . . 

Will practice in the Courts of Craven, Jones, 
Lenoir, Onslow and Pamlico counties, and 
all the Federal Courts. Conveyancing and 
Management of Real Estate a Specialty. 

'':^m- — 



TIMOTHY BOW^ 



Censorial Artist 



■^"Finest Chairs in the City. 

HAIR-CUTTING AND SHAVING IN AN 
• • • ARTISTIC and SATISFACTORY MANNER 



140 MIDDLE STREET: 






SMOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 

ADVERTISEMENTS. 89 






Edwards <5c Broughton, 

Publishers, Printers and Binders, 

Raleigh, N. C. 






^:^ 



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^ 



SMOKE LA FLOR DE TELLER CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Philadelphia. 



90 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



5 



OL COHEN 



•«s- 



M 



=THE RED STAR 



THE LEADING 

CLOTHIER,.. 
HATTER and 
FURNISHER 



ALSO DEALER IN 

Shoes, .... 
Dry Goods, 

Ladies Goods, 

Trunks and Valises, ^ 

No. yy Middle Street., 
NEW BERNE, N C. 



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SAIOKE ROYAL BLUE CIGARS. 

Frank Teller & Co., Manufacturers, Phila. 

ADVERTISEMENTS. 91 



THE 



Wilmington, 

Newbern and 



^- Norfolk Railway 

THE ONLY 



BETWEEN 



Wilmington and Newbern. r^ 



Two Daily Passenger Trains, First-class Service, 

Only three and one-half hours between the two cities. 

Double Daily Freight Service, 

Only four and one-half hours in transit. 



Connects at Newbern with Boat Lines, and with A. & N. C. R. R. 
L for all Northern and Western points, and at Wilmington with the diflfer- 
f. ent lines for the South. 

Through Tickets and Through Bills Lading. Freight handled with * 
.• dispatch. 

For information, address 

H. A. WHITING, Gen. Manager. J. W. MARTENIS, G. F. and P. A., 

Wilmington, N. C. 
JOHN S. MANIX, Agent, T. C. MclLHENNY, Jr., Agent, 

Newbern, N. C. Wilmington, N. C. 



1>1 1' 



. Lilc Oencll . / YKAK.S, I am ^.ILI~ 

I can do your -work k suit yoi!. 



RK WARRANTED. 



COME AND SEE ME. 



THE JEWELER, 
97 MIElDLE -STREET, Opposite the Baptist Gliurch. 



:ASKILUS * PItIaRMACY^ 



GEOW/. GAgKiLL, Phop. 



/ 



Prescriptions Carefufiy CoTiipounded . . 



. ■ /• 



' A full and-jGompleleSlQpb^^of Toilet Articles, 



L 



O. MARKS S- SON 

WmOLESALE 



y\I.W ^V^V THK Ol-fEAPESr. 



NEW BERNE, N